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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE5JX THE LRVjmBnXW DAILY HCTAID. .THURSDAY, VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus F 11 iwt M.NE OP THE S FOB, rue VIOUN- n I -BUT KIN THROW THE VlOUN OOT THE 13 TIW TrlENOltjE. HEAR EASY FOR JACK MILWAUKEE, Feb. 5. Uemnsey, ,-world's chara- v yiou heavyweight pulUit, be- -came an honorary member ot tho American yester- day, when ha aeeopWil Iho -S- membership tendered him by the Qordou Barber Post here.'- WORLD OF The carnival program of thrse nights' fun is postponed till next week or untii such time as good ice can be secured for the occa- sion. Taber district hockey team will invsde the city and tht last dis- trict league gams of the schedule will be played here Friday eve- ning. Those two announcements were made late Wednesday afternoon. The carnival committee de- sirous of having good ice for their events which include a school pupils' night, an adult night, and then a general wind-up featuring a fancy driss masquerade carni- val, the whole planned to wipe off the debt on the rink, Hun- of tickets are already sold for the three-night event. The hockey same between the local Braves and the Taber Chefs draw a big crowd. This It the Chefs' first appearance of the season here, and the team is well worth seeing. In view of the fact that the local crew by winning Wilk cinch the league with- out any possibility of a doubt and be able to term themselves the Champions of Southern Alberta, should be the biggest crowd of the season out to see the con- test. Tomorrow at CaTgary the A. A. H. A. will decide the playdown for the provincial championship. Knox Team of Let h bridge Go Down to Defeat at Taber By 6 to 1 Score (Special lo The HeralJ) TABBR, reb. The rising tido of hockey enthusiasm In this town, Ced by the league games, is at Us height and It Is a pity that tho league season Is about to close. What with the early driro of the curlers for larger membership, with chlnooks nncl other things, it lias taken some time to bring tiie game into the public eye and the last two games show that the public is properly enthused about the great game. Some ot the hockey en tbuElasts here decided lo take advan laje of (he opportunity with a view to getting the rink free of all flnan cial encumbrances for next winter. The fact that there Is a budding group o Chefs still getting a. common scboo education was not forgotten arfd as a result several events were staged to gethcr tonighl, the first cm the. Ms being a game between Knox Junior of Lelhbridge and the Taber Juniors The Fim of Southern Alberta was hep off the ice by various means, and K result the cilliens were treated t .a varied program of sport which wa [heartily oujoyfld by everyone. Knox iBrE -arrived by 3 large crowd.was on lo wltnes tbe battle of the budding giants: Per iliaps tbe promise of Dad to have birch rod handy in casa you let Leth 't O bridge put It over you was responsibl BASKETBALL Tbe ueit and iait borne in the High School basketball league will played on tbe Y.M.C-V floor on Friday insi., wheu Cardston High School team will be the visi- tors. Tills team prelty strong one Bud Leibbridge High School aim to put Iheir Ftrongeit team on tbe floor to there should be a good game. Admission 2oc. 1 I1HTABER Second Place Tie in Dis trict Wins On Own Ice LONDON, Peb. Canadian Cup, second round re-played games today, resulted as follows: Sunilcrland, 2; Burnley, 0. A first league game between Chel- sea and Bradford resulted in a win for the former by 1 to 0. CURLING Comment on Saturday Reiulti 'LONDON, English as- sociation, cup second round matches wore the main attraction of the foot- ball program on Saturday. There were sixteen contests aud all were witness- ed by enormous crowds, in London es pecially, which has.seen .a wonderful i.iCreasu in the popularity of associa- tion football and indeed all outdoor sports, it is estimated tbat the garni brings nearly -a'million and half passengers every, Saturday to the un derground railways alonVand twenty five million sifch passengers have been carried-since (he opeinng of the fool ball'seasoii last Three cu] tie matches were'played In London on Saturday with probably no iewer.than ISO.OOO attending them. The Chelsea CITY CHAMPIONSHIP PLAY FOR WRIGHT SHIELD The city championship' play down narrower to S rinks. TITO draws be- ing played, one at a p.m. anil Ihe sec- ond at eight. The ice dlii not lend Itself lo good curling ana big ends featured practically every game. Sev- eral six, a few fives nnd a host of Jours and threes. Play will continue tomorrow, two ilraw-i being played again at ii and S this of course depends on Ibe weather man. being 111. defaulted to the Clark rink and McN'abb. last year's winner was eliminated by the clan. Thus the two ships, AIrd anil McXabb, previous winners of the shield have to stand by for another year. the remaining rinks, eight in num- ber are drawn against each other as follows; Clark plays R. A. Crawford. Maclcod plays Peat. Boyd plays Carberry. Skclth plays Kirkham. Weather permitting all the Raines will ha played at 5 p.m. Tho winners again playing at eight 1 LETHSRIDSE AT RAYMOND TONIGHT hut in spite of the uniform play of Icontest with Swlndoii dro-.v In Letbhridge hoopers, South- ern Alberia league leaders, in- vadB Raymond tonight for the championship game ot the series. A big crowd 6t root- ers plans to accompany tbe bovs. whose stick artists are a husky there will be no need of tbo birch tonight, for the fast play of Iho Taher Juniors was effective, and tbe locals carried oft Ihe spoils of victory by a score of 6 to 1. Tho local de- fence, including Steve Garvick. are lo bo commended, and the play of Tolton and Carr on tbe forward line showed tho coming stars in the days lo come. CLINTONVIEW ICE RACES Between periods a skating race was staged between Don .Mnlo, n promi- nent ex-mayor, and Willard C. Lane. The Malos were, however, born on skates, and Don carried off tho hon- ors. Two other races were staged In the pace, the original favor- ilc. Uaboyaea, got tangled ui> In ii col lislon in Ihe first heat, but was plac- ,ed by tbe j-.ufge. who turned her over j to Vic. Fleming with instructions lo drive her tho balance of the race, which he proceeded to do in an ex- cellent manner, landing ber winner of the next two beats and the race. I In tbo trot, Silent T. was the choice, made a break In tbo second beet, but wou the third heat In u today, f Trot. Purse Silent T., won; l.olila, second; jV; n t v. i -i b; cm r., won; i.oiua, secona; o'clock, leaving Iho flnal to be Petor ton. also ran. Time 2-.24V4. Purse }SOO. Habayaga. won; Lord Seymour. were there again, B. .Male, formerly a prize skater, taking- off his butcher's apron, to Join in the while Leo rcfereoil the junior game, nnd Don was again !n evidence as ouo of Toltou's forwards, his team Jeti managing bis position second: Kittle Allcnwood third. Hal disgraced the game by Itear. Comet Hkes an' Gentry, also ran. Time EDMONTON 'SPIEL Alia., Feb. jo iniiilo nubile tit pnrllaiufitt assDmblcs at the e o' Ibis nu.iuli. Dr. Rutherford npfn.inteil lasl to Inrinlrn Inio cbndlllona of rsc.rs and InHlius. -Jiiil he concluded bis ludiilry Katurday last. His recom- rr-cndallcin.'. will be sent In the gov- ernment shorlly nnd will be brought ill) in the House, I: I, expected, In tho session. V TOBACCO Dominion Bowling Alleys Bxement, Dominion Bldg. '.Entrance, oii.Sljtii, Street. ANfHY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN' RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Co, 2nd Ave., Opp, Lethbrjdge Hotel Phone 1544 We Have Installed Kull Equip- ment for Repairing MOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makes of em. Expert Hot Air Furnnce Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metil 336 3th St. South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13th Street H. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS, By rienced Mecrianlci, FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED 0, F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;