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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE hKTHBRimm DAlL.Y nEKALS?-^-j MGING UP FAIKER *>TAV>6n HARD - OUT I A UTTLJe HmOER ME. V/OOU)N"T CDB S Iff'BASKETEERS PLAY HATTERS HERE Mediinnu Hut }li basketball team ifill invailD Letbbridge Monday for the return game against the local HI quintette which will be Btaged at the "T" gym. on Monday evening. Th� Hatters are said to be bringing their strongest lineup to gire the,locals a drubbing in revenge tor what w�b done to them on the Hat floor, and they are also bringing along a good bunch of rooters. The boys of the High School here are laying themselves out to gire the visitors a good time for they have not forgotten hovr splendidly they were treatsd in Medicine Hat. 'nie ^axne starts at 7:15 and the admission will te S5 cents. 'fhe itfeliminary game will be between the firsthand.Mfiond teams of thfr High School girls. Tho girls' lineup will be: r. MliiiBi M.; Scott, A. Simpson. J. Maenirens, M. Carrnth�rB. Second, team-J. Wilson, M. Seward, M. McLeod, tt. Wardman. E. Larsen, B. BaU. ' Boys' lineup - (Letbbridge) - Geo. Young, W; Ridpath, A. Green, G. Morrison, W. Flawns, li. Kesler, W. Nelson., com STARTS ONTABERICE Contest Between President and Vice-Pre�!ident Arranged for Monday-^Basket- . balleirs Practice (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, iJeo. 22.-They're away. The first curling game of the season is taking place at the rinit tonight, and a. meeting of the Curling Club is being held along witji it. while hockey practice began last evening. The ice requires a little smoothing ye,t, but practice will be kept up steadily from now cn. The Bankers halving got a lineup together, the C. P. R.-Bankers game I will'take place either tomorrow night, or immediately following Xmas, as Friday night is not suitable, and the regulars are trying to get Goalhurst here for Xmas night. By the close o� the week one of the games wiil be pulled off, anywa.v. and the season begun. Little attention has been paid to the reappearance of Barbour on a foreign lineuii. au;l Die regulars (display no uneasiness on ths subject, lu any case he is Ittely to receive a Varm reception In more ways than one, arid �cayenne pepper is a well-known drug, which our locals v.-ill 1)C pleased to hand out in assorted jiackages at any time. The first cveiit of importance in the curling games .will he the president vs. vice-president, to lie played Monday night. This was an-augod for at touighta meeting, which planned details ,for the season, including choice of skips. The basketball club have been practicing nofr for three weeks, and liope to 'join the district league, also to have a game soon with Medicine Hat or Lethbridge. At the meeting held November 30th, with an attendance of twenty, all the team present, and Art Lee in the chair, Louis Conrad was chosen president, H. Price vice-president, and Nathan Johnson secretiiry. Tuesday and Thursday were appoint- ed for etening praotlees. Cheek Was Cut Roy Carleton had tbe misfortune to receiA-e a bad Blow from the flying puck at hockey practice tonight, his cheek directly nnder one eye being laid, open Ualf a^ inch wide. The cut will pro|)&bIy reanire medical attention, and,the player was out of the game for the evcnini^ The canvass by the finance committee of the hockey club which started today, Brought in fifty-nine dollars so far. The Retail Merchants' Association is considering a subscription at their nest meeting. W. A. Porteons beaded the list with twenty-fire dollars. At least two bank managers will take the ice in the C. P. R.-Baiiker8 came. . Stewari DeKrafft, Chicago newspaper man. is an adv^ficis i^ent now- Remember that immortal blight ^hen DeKrafft fell asleep w^llejsmokliig a colBn-nail; and iti.set Are to his bed; and when the firemen iCame th^ found Jiim sitting upright, surrounded by a ring of fiame, and. solemnly flaying: "Dead, dead. aMiii hell, aS 1 expected."'� � � > � After Month's Rest Joe Lynch Will Undertake to Defend Title NEW YORK, Dec. 24.-Joe Lynch, new bantamweight boxing champion of the world, will take a month's vac-! ation and then start the "Serious i business of defending his title," Eddie Mead, his manager, announced today. Lynch went into seclusion after the light Wednestlay, in which he triumphed over Pete Herman. A tour of the country, in which he will meet many bantamweight aspirants, is being planned. Mead said. "One thing is sure," he addeiP, "he will not go to England." -T C0UL6n after WILDE "Thedar Bara," liiyfr thai piibllcity agent, "w^ bom .in the &iahai-a DeSr ert." That's a new and curloaa name for the north end 01 Avondale, a suburb of Cincinnati. Red paint looks nice oh freight cars, but not 80 nice on seventeen-year^ld girls. Summer Plagues Hay fever. Golf flendt. Hives. Umpires. 'Poison Ivy. ' Ball fans. Malaria. Amateur photographers. , You don't go to the race-track ex-pectiiig to get something for nothing -and you never do. In fact, yon usually get nothing for something. Why on earth do young honeymoon-ers always have a big box of candy roosting in a conspicuous place beside tliem in their PullmaiTsection? Aren't they sweet enough already? MAKE CAPITAL f RING DEATH Puri8t8,.Seize, Opportunity' To Bolster '^ne Uw" Cam-. . paign Va or TUB CliiRee for Football Faiu By ^^lettiBg lato tho Herald '^,.'r'{K Competlttwi/ � . / - It,yon are a toodbill fan i^lfehfT* adt!iltetered the Chriftniia .^*t, don't foiiNr'vrnia-you J town tonlg&t Aoit^^fM- hwt .._^___ii^iiB'' reBh''t0''i�''^�foi��d"i?by. By Hek itJfiW'^dter your' enj^ (or Oie wee'k; NEW YORK, Dec. 23.-The band of ^M*r*�t'you'll win ehouipi to buy you* wifiiother dhrlalmis \. yrawnt-: �lui11'.jaecefpt it eren-^'U hh a week ot>>^a�layed: ITall tha V&n who a^ teAd�d the games last inaimer will l[do that, the Her�ld has-a hunch^ that t&e"$i mark would be raacbed with "Blue J*|r" reformers who are cut W defeat ei�rything",that savors fit real sport %re /9a)^sg;'.capital out ot:th'� recent-ithlbrtimlit^ death of Mletanel Sh�umo re-turned in priisesi. Tin; amount and numbers of prir.�a v.-ill |j. published tvcry Monday murnlru; f.,r that w^tlt's , ^ames. Results �( lompotMiuns will I be published overs' \V>,inf,,ee. 2'!.-Tho Car-iiiungay Curling Clul) iias promised to .send two or more rinks to Femie to (ompetu in a big lionspiel to be held llipro in .January. Tiie date suggested for the Feniie spiel is January 17th. Tom (Joodsir has talten W. Follis' place a.s .sidp and W. Chalmers be-coiiifS first man. kiltOTis 4^i^BB#iBiiiilIilg their forcj9p,t|k� accident Is to be more than reiyeueA. It is flne fo6ti;iro^ the law-changera, but It should not 6e easily digested by those who can think out a subject tp an honest and safe conclusion. Accidents of the kind all sorts of sports are common, but it is only in boxing that they are accentuated and played np to make people believe that boxing Is the most'brutal of all sports. They forget to lQught an enormous stock at about half former values. Today -we offer this entire stock at a fraction of the prices preValliiig six mbnths ago. Bu^ now-^^Uiere is a likelihood..of Spring demands,;Oit; Eastern Manufacturers, leading ^to a stifltentng of present prices, pnr prices are dowii to'bed-rtek. There's lio stock, iu the West irhtch can touch ours foif real tjflue. There won't lie any chance of doihg -better. SidtsiitidOveircoaU from $27.50 to^^ Come jind {see these lines-Suits In serge, worsteds, - lehevriBta, tweeds, etCrTJOVercoats In tweeds, friezes, meltons,velc;;: All styles; hundreds-to. eiioOse from. , FASHIOW CRAFT OVERCSCMm These'Ovierdbais are-iioted for three Ui^gs^all'woor. fabrics, smart styling, Hbperfine tailoring. And really tb�re Urti't much more that a fellow ij^Mts in an overcoat. They are shown in the approved styles fdr.1920, and are fashioned fri^th^ smartest fabrics and most . beautiful weaves. Regular. $95.00. Sale price ... Regular $75.00. Sale price____ Regular $65^00. Sale price .'...g.*. Regular fOO.OO. AA Sale price ....:.;^9�UeUU Regular $45,00. : ' #90 A A sale price .7..^OMv COAT S\'\^�M^S A sweeping rQdi|[icitl�lii> mad* FASHIOM'CRAFT r SUITS Fashion Craft-that name stands- for. clothes protection throughout^ Canada. You know -ft doips.' - For, superfine quality in the soft pure wool, elegance in- cut,; faultl^s tailorlag,' irre-ptoat^able ^ style. And here's reg^ilar $80 .Fashion Craft suits, newest.weaves and patterns, youngjnenls and standard mu:- eis.: m&'i ---"~ ' price ... Regular $65.00. Sale price ... Regular $55.00. Sale'price ... Regular $45.00. Sale price ... $54.00 $45.00 $35.00 $28.00 STANFIELD'S UNDERWEAR We do not find It necessary to say anything to recommend this splendid Canadian .underwear. Pure .wool, unshrinkable. Reg. $7.50 suit.. Red fjA LabeL Sale price Reg. $9.00 suit. Blue Labels Sale price____90.uU FINE WEAVES Regular $9.00 suit. An Cfk Sale price............9v.uU Regular $11.50 suit. , ^fi C/l Rale price..... ____'.. ^ V Regular $13.50 suit. Sale price ......... ^SF.DU JERSEYS This popular all-wool and fine knit sweater, best English make, iu different shades.. Regular $5.00. Sale price,......... Regular $6.00. Sale price ......... Regular $7.00. Sale price ......... .00 liSiOO moo $3.75 .$4.75 $5.25 at the right time i^t-the year. Furo wjool sweatiirs, heavy and light weight, closlBliP' woven, body-shaped, neat collar and trim wrists, duralile pOcketa. In all colors. Regular $18.60. Sale price ---- Regular $16.00. Sale price ---- Regular $12.50. Sale price ------ Regular $10.50. Bale price ..... $13.75 $11.75 $9.50 ..$8.7$ WOLSEY UNDERWEAR Th^ famous Wols^jr Underwear, heavy weight,'sbft, fine, "virgin" wool, unshrinkable, never goes hard, cannot Irritate or "work up." Regular $13.00 the #.| 9-CA suit. Sale price ....vlw.pW Regular $15.00 the suit. Sale price .... LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK. 3W FIFTH STREET 9' m (3 / ;