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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TiJB LKTHBKlDGE.DAlLY.HEKAIjS? ,23, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus i HAVC one CXXLARft TO.iCe VOOR ME VHA.-V T6 OO WITH IT 1 Special Turkey Lunch and ON XM AS PAY From am ft pSt'V i Turkey and Cranberry s Ye Old Fashlolied PumpWn.PIi The'.OId En'glllh Plilrn Pudding. Preceded with a very tall, and All for i THE GRILL Good Weather and Good Crowds Only Essentials Now To Make The Crow Hockey League Big Success JMRTlftW LIFE K Kewe From Blairmore and Cole- man Sounds Good to the Fans with, their useful pep the score Five minutes overtlma was given to play off the If. .Greenway scored two fouls making Knos high team. Whit Will the Harvest Be? Married, at the retldenct of. the bride's parents, Mr. Henry-T, and Mist Ellubetti N. J., Exchange. Word that both Blairmore and Cole- man hockey clubs will come Into the- (Jrow Hockey league was received half showing his usual ability. Ahreus with keen Interest by local fans who played a god game but was hard declare that the only thing now. that checked. Leech showed up fino scor- can keop the season from being ;tho ing high for Knoi. Chique Thomson, best in the history of Southern Alber- nevv material on the Knox .liaE-up ta hockey is tho weather. If the vrea- shoved up very. well. ther continues as it Is, dcadlly cold Wesley tors played a good game but-not loo under the haying good combination. Hamilton there will he fine -hockey and Llyy played a speedy game back- tlurliig the winter. All the towns the rest of the team. G. Green- Uio league have ice now. but all the way made a most successful guard. rinks are the open air variety1. This Sandqulit and Bernard footh" played flpesii't make'for big crowds, noj for well. uninterrapted hockey, but no team The line-up: Tvill have any advantage on the .others in this respect -The guarantees for Use league' games this winter are and ft will he up to the clubs to get .nut and plug for big attendances. Leth-j bridge is in just the same fix as the: smaller tov.05 in this regard. -With'] the provincial champions fight.In Gar; midst last winter we: never boasted crowds that would pay any. Mickey.: McKays but this year the attendance: will-be better arid the .are' going to see that there Is an vancfl Eale of .tickets for Qach game.' Tickets should he placed on sale iuj tile'.cigar stores, down'town for a: counle of daye, prior to game, t and all games should be .well 'ised The fails' here, N ill turn" out" nnee there is the spirit worked up I The city hockeyfleagne Is holding a' mueting shortly to consider a her of .matters, among which will be'; changes in'1 the city league schedule! to prpvido..ihat local games will not There are profiteers tad but how about tbeso places whero they Championship Changes Hands Greenway, played his rigular charge you a price to sit down, charge Estevaa speedy game keeping his eye >ou Jl for a bottlo of ginger alo, on on the hoop: and when you are about to go, Inform! Betting Favorite Douboa got speeded up in the last I you that there Is a "war tai" dua ________ Knoi' Points scored II. Greenway, J. Denaoii. fonvard......... 0 forward S V. guard 10 J.yThomson, guard........... 0 u.; 27 1 Wesley A: Hamilton, centre forward 9 -C. Sandquiat, forward O. Greenway, guard R: 4 3 25' HOCKEY RESULTS MAD1SOS SQDAHE GARDEN, New I York, Dec, Lynch, the little Apples are apples and nmlsa are fighter from the west side of'Man- hattan Island into prom Some, ptOTle wUl always he gosh inenco about three jears -jo, won durned foots. this bantamweight .-.championship of Ithe world'from Pete Herman of New Formerly, If people noted the Orleans, In a IS-rouud bout at tho v 4 "f FREOERICKSON 1GOES TO VICTORIA WJINN1PEG, Dec. adlan Preder- ickson .CapL of li-e i HOC- j key tesm, announces that lie i has accepted an olfer from t ter Patrick ot Vlctoila to play in the coast league New System Of For the Curlers of whisky on a fellow's breath, they Madison Square Garden tonight. The In Effect This are avoided him. Now they follow him Everybody has been heard from ex- cept Bill Burns. Why liasn't the Tex- an raised his voice to say cither "yes" or Chicago.woman, suing for divorce, men weighed In under IIS pounds before 2 o'clock this afternoon. Lynch looked the much more drawn o! the two men when began, Herman w-w In the better con- dition so far as looks went. Herraau was an odds-qn favorite In what bet- ting was indulged in nys that a girl lured her hUEband The ei-chfenpton Is matched to Must meet Jimmy Wilde, the, little fly "Most weight boxer and English champion men, afUr seeing moat girls do tha IU 1 20 round bout In London on Jan would be iored with great uars 14 So far as contd no away by dancing the ahimnir hare been an exceptional girl speed in ths opposite direction tonight Herman's defeat will not alter his plans In way and ha Intends to; fulfil-Kfs English engage- ment Although Lynch had the advantage in height ana 'rench those who In dulged tn wagering on the result, made Herman rf'rto 6 Lynch had the'lcad In all the rounds np to and Including tho fifth; the sixth, wjftt to Herman hut Ljnch cut _______________________. loose; In khe-seventh and took this I yoa calling me' I hear yon hy a big margin The eighth calling now' And wcu I Know that ninth went to Herman as did the OTTAWA OTTAWA, Dec. ST. PATS 3 Ottawa strong call to have the district league play under the veterans' colors. -All league players will also he rejuired ;tp provide "themselves with amateur cards prior to the first-game. Toe few spectators present witness- ed a fast game when the Knox hoop- ers clashed with Wesley. The game started off by Knox lead- ing hut owing to loalingta tho first half, TVesIpy led by In the first game of the season hero lust night by taking the visitors Into camp by a score of 7 to 2. yon have a full house to my two pairs (8ntl1 ani eleventh but from aa yon ere calling me' 1l Lynch's Dght The giving the fight to When I irea a monkey and you were a mule, 1 loved in my simian tray. And you were responseless and chilly and cold, And you kicked me right but of your has I loved and I loved, till my lore turned to hate. And that haired has naver grown In my next Incarnation, a teamster I; And you were a >m then on fudge's Lynch Handicaps as Already Fixed The handicap committee ef tha Lethhrldge Curling club has been busy} and now hands out the nrat olticial j of handicaps A number oi have not aa yet been .turned In and their handicaps will he published as coon, come tinder tha eye ot the committee Handicapping has been based on the general ability to curl any position. The course, Is that the rink ALL OUR STOCK AT Half Price HAVE YOU TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE? YOU CAN MAKE DO THE WORK OF BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP. HOME OP JOTH CfcNTURY BRAND Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Parts, Don Duff Two S. Ball, Geo. totals will be added, and tfcen the B MacKay, H O Clarke, H Pilling, jj difference belwee'ri the opposing rinks -H. Mclntoah, C. McLean, H. W. Craw- will he the'points that the weaker ford, D. K. Yates, W. Bentbn, H. D. rink On paper has as a handicap on Williamson, D. Donald, Rev.'A. H. De tho score board, oefore play com Hea, J. Scott; K. Chlswlok.VD. McKU-e offer this entire stock at a fraction ol the prices prevailing six months ago Buy Is a likelihood ot Spring demands on Eastom Manufacturers leading to a stiffening ot'preaent pncts Our prices are down tp'be'C'TOccrrThore's no atock in the West which cani touch oura for real value Thero be ady chanco of doing belter. SuiU and Overcoats from to Come and see these In-serge, worsteds. cficvloU, In friezes, meltons, etc.' All ityiia; hundreds to -'cHoflse from, FASHION CRAFT OVERCOATS These Over.coats are noted for three wool smart styling, tailor- ing. And really there isn't much m'ore that a fellow wants'in an FASHION CRAFT SUITS Fashion name stands 'lor clothes protection throughout Canada. You know it does. For. superfine quality la the soft pure wool, elegance in cut, faultless tailoring, ifrc-'" proachable-'style.- And' hero's'' regular Fashion newest weaves' and patterns, young men's and standard mod- els. Sale OA price Regular Sale price Regular. Sale price ReguUr UNDERWEAR We. do npt: find it; uecqssnry to say' anything to' recommend.- this splendid Canadian under- wear.-' Pure wooi, unihriiikable. Reg. Bull. Red JJA Label. Sale prlco Reg, JO.OO suit. Bluo AC fn Label. Sale price FINE WEAVES Regular suit. rr. Sale price 9D.5.U Regular 111.60 suit, to CA Salt) price JJO.JU Regular suit. CA gale price JERSEYS This pupnia'r all-wool aiid fine knit sweater, host English mako, In din'crent shades. Uogular S5.00. 'TC Salo price ftd.jD price Ilegulsr )t. Sale prlco i overcoat. They arc shown In the approve d styles for 1920, are fashioned .from tho'sirtaHc'sl fahrfcs and n most beautiful weaves. Itegular 495.00. Sale price Regular ?V5.00. Ap j Regular fes.Oi; j Sale; prlco'. _. Sale price i AA I yriije ,.y f COAT i A'''Bwe'epIng ''raadV at of year." i '-nrool Vweats'r8t' heavy and light weight, closely hody-ahaped, neat collar and trim wrists, durable pockets. In nil colors. Regular J18, 60. Sale price Regular Sale prlco Regular {12.60. Sale price D V Hcgular J10.60. 7C Sdle'prlco I I D' WOLSEY UNDER- t WEAR '.'flie famoas Woisey Under- wear, heavy weight, "virgin" unshriiiVablo, ntvcr goes hard, cannot Irrltato or "work up." v Regular US.OO tho Bijll, Salo prlco Kcguiar 513.00' the eult. Sale prico LOUIS KEEL SHOP OK FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES rd THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 353 FIFTH STREET ;