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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta fflE LBTHBR1IXJK liABLY HKRAIA imiRSDAY..FEBRUARY 5, 1920 :i BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus Jiiwr I rcou'-oNT-Re-hvbt SKUWNOOP 'AND WrTT] 1M 5" ite tbui The ivlH Tvelcbpse her return. filling station mow open for bslnj clwe'd due to eitreuw' The Women's Institute rutetlni held at the home ot Mrs. W. C. Cower on Wednesday afteriiooit jt 2, 4. There were thin'twenty Udlu present. AfUr the uercrMi- and preliminaries at tbe time waa taken up needy In the community. In tbew at- j great beneSclal time U spent. ;of ether. s Mr. and Mw.'Oscar OUori rejoicy ing over the birth ot a daughter: Burnau utai aibustriess vli'ltor In Calfary city Xuuierous are the loadti of feed'ajid also seed grain telac hauled put from town The are.'. surelv hopeful tor the'coining seuon. Bollou Is now the lady member ot the staff of the Merchants Bank. Wm. Montellh, Amkerslburf, has accepted call to Second Pres- byterian qhurch, Windsor. WHO WILL WIN THE ENGLISH CUP? Herald Offers Big Prize For First and in 1 Your Answer Won'at Raymond Thursday; Night 32-23, Giving Them a Lead of 13 Points on Round Beaten in League Championship Race.' LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost P.C. Lethhrldge Raymond Magrath Cardston .500 .000 .000 Lethbrldge added another to iti of winter sport .champion si Raymond last the Iccal'hampers'again "took the measure of the Sugar City quin- tet, beating them 32 to 23.- Ai Lethbrldge won the game here 32-29, the total score In the cham- pionship series was 65-52, Leth- bridge by the safe margin of 13 points." This makel Lelh- bridge champions of the league. Medicine Hat, Calgary and Ed- monton will next meet Steed's '.crew for the hoop honors of the province. Like the Lethbrldge Hockey team, the basketball boys haven't lost a game this season, batting per cent in both sports. south boys. The game ended 3Z to 23, In. favor of Lethbrldge. The Mrie-up Vas as follows: Raymond. I.ethhridge. Young (t) .16 McKlllop (f) Tnvln Kane F.ltbsr.ks (0 2 Meldrum (f) .3 Pi-fief V... 18 Stevens Walker (g) ____ 1 (c) (si Bonnell (s) '4. HOCKEY TONIGHT- flinville, Undsay. Red Kerr; Camrose; Delamater, Killani; iMijIs, Waimyrisht; Morris. Leduc; Morrison. Lacombe; McLaughlin, ner, Innisfail; Hill, Lloydmlnster; Atkinson, ot Saskatchewan; Lbwry. Leduc; 'Murray; Camrose.; Day.-La- combe; Gmhanir'We.laskiwin, and Can- A Surprise A big surprise was sprung when the I.elhbrldge teams, first and second, led by Coach -.Merlin Steed carried away .both games before 'an' extra crowd In the Knight Academy i M Raymond last night. The flrst team had (rouble on tbe way ?.ml so it was late before the big game began, but Tthcn the boys got there they were given the-good news that l.othb'rlugc spcond team Jiad won willi n score (if 25 to 13 It was sonic both- teams playing good combination and team worft. Snow and Cope, the two speedy guards, held their men down to two field baskets. Hudson, Tliiipalh Steed all had a good share in baskels and' their combination :WOrk was good. The Game He" shoffoftr Held baskets In half liul. forgot to mention It. llut then, that's a way Oeorge has. Che'eKeniah of Cardslon refcrced the game and did his usual nice job ot it. noa Vegrev Gaffney, of Bonn ly, Saskri and Derthmaii, of Strathcona, in tie Sel: kirk. A tank of gallons of oil took the Canadian'Shovel and Tool quite-natural in his new quarters. If the success of our music teacher could he-tabulated .by number :of lupTls she.has we would suc- cess' is great. Kor certainly with "a number of more than twenty this niilst bo determined as good work. G. Chew has returned from an extended trip to the city of Spokane. "'Mr-Campbell Davies has been stack- ing oat sheaves in his brother's bam and -yard (Mr. W. ready to be, hauled out when necessity makes demand. Sir. A. P. Blixt has unloading a1'car of hay and stacking it in A few cases suffering from a severe cold are reported in the'community One or two are reckoned to .be" in dan ger if proper precautions are not fak'en If. the doctor's orders are followet and the medical attention giveu nece's sary results of a satisfactory naturd are sure to follow. likelj .otherwise. D. Kennedy was away trip to Olds.' He repor) Co.'s plant rall SDOW there. man's candle. vTho: loss' was about gnlith ifl noW in o[ the 023. Hockey Results SASK. U. 3, ALBERTA U. 2. a fast game that went 10 minutes overtime, Saskatchewan linlveraily hockey team defeated Alberta University here last night by a score 3 to 2. VARSITY 3. Sunior 0. Tigers 4, Unlvorsily of Toronto S. REGINA 7, SASKATOON 2 REOINA, Kask., Feb. Vlc- The second game between tho lwollorlas tonight defeated the Saskatoon first teams was ono ot the oest and crescents 1 to 2 in the Saskatchewan one of Hie most exciting Ljaguc scheduled game.' For The amount of tlio prize money will by the number ot entries re- ceived, but in any case-will not be less than 125.00 for- the first prize, and 'for the'second.. Rules of the Competition competitor will fill in the coupon below, giving the name of the team he or she thinks will win, and Ute number ot goals scored by that team. 2. Twenty-five cents must accom- pany cadi entry. Competitors are nl- lowcd to, send Is as many' entries as 'they wish, but each entry must be ac- companied by twenty-five cents. In the event of more tyan one person sending In a correct result, the first prize will bo equally divided. This will also apply in tlio case ot he second and other prizes. If no correct result is submitted, the near- est guess will receive first rrlze. 4.. Names ami addresses should be vritlcn itl.'iinly, and' entries enclosed n a sealed .envelope, iiddreaacd to the Editor, Football Competition, Lcth bridge Herald, and .dropped In the 1u Herald business otftce, or Stint through the mail. All riiliat be received at the Herald by 20lh. P.C.H.L. STANDING VANCOUVER, U.C., Feb. Coast Hockey Association standing Club W. L-. P. Ai P.O. Seattle 7 6 34 2C..6S3- Vancouver C C 38 42'.500; Victoria 5 1 33 31. .-117 dry goods department of the. big store Smith succeeds -Mr. -R; Drum moncl. McKenzie, Welsh, Tnieman W. J. and W; 'Venablc .were all visitors in Letlibrldgo or 'Monday. Quite a number of men from Baron .visited Carmangay to attend th lodge on Monday. A rea good time was spent. 1 'The last of the many social event 'took' place at the home nf Mrs. eal encouragement endered He believed that pub- c'. persons were sometimes criticized ud discounted because people would take-. the. trbuble to understand iem. particularly o education-: the. doctor pointed put hat we needed Ja -iiew'reaponsibnity f our educatlon'of our oys and girls.; He. illustrated .from he. United. Sl.ates' who .were trying o make.every person responsible for English lang- uage up to Also n.Ttngland. ilmi, during the greatest past conflict ihe Hon. Ir. Fisher; had hard to put parliament a bill n a great necessity. The Epeaks.ryurthaV; showed that we leeded -a'rnew' restiorisibility of our Canadian :ideals -ot.'citizenship. We more faiib '.In- Canada which would more faith In our fellow men.. .We'also need a new social educftlcmVjwS.train a boy-pliy ls'a..briite, if wo train his mind, if we train.him religiously heV. Wo. must train and-, avoid the class the indivldua and the.race. also mora' to ivoid a.'noii immoral and pagan geuer atlbn place in ojir land A'lifc is riaiural powers, bu it must hafo -The. bes is the parent The father must be a pal with his boy and theihiuther a companion with lie1 girl. 'cnildren..will bu they shp'uld-haye'tie.chance to learn in a thu groat lesson! f the lecture of Dr.: Kerby's' fell a great respons: blllly rests: upon" the "shoulders of th Mr. and flnd liltl George ..were visitofs last Sunday. Mr.'S.' -Miles .madd a Irip to I.eth bridge on .Tuesday to'accompany Mrs Miles on her returii home from til .....ii'h'rtspltal, where she ha in Carmanga; toolsh in hondr ot II. Drummoni on received medical treatment for'mor on- the door. Tha Lcthbridee. boys were lost for Ihe first ten mioules, of the game, Raymond pulling baskets Ir wholesale and it i6okeci-as if Ixjtabriiigo was in for one big" beating' but as I ho game Tfcht on tho "Y" boys got warmed up and then tho fun bejan. irwln pu'. i'l the" first pcrioil (he Rame was close, not a goal scored, but after that the locals had things pretty much their own wav WINNIPEG 3, MONARCHS 2 Feb. the hardest fought fonteal.In the "Winnipeg Ilork cy League thh season thn Victorias two In less than it to say by score nf Then Young ami Kane popped in 3 [p 2 herc tonfgjiL lo (ho each nnd by ibis lime iho game besan i top 0{ leagnn. to look as it theru was going to be ..y spmc-ihlcg doing. But the wliistle blow for half lime olid ended 16 to 11 in favor of Itaymonil. Fisher WRA tho bjs.lry for Raymond this half, iv.ft- Irig four yery pretty Held baskets. Tho P.ajmond 'boys showoj excellent c binMlon during Iho flrat part of the C-Jtnu but Bonnell and Kanu f.ion xni onto their tricks nnd put a llnlsil lo tboi> fast team play. Sscond Half The second half of the game !So ball was in the hands ot the "Y" boys most of the lime. Oeo. Young shot basked In, great shape, making five field .goals In this half. Y'oung and Irwln got In some very clever allon work and it kept the Raymond fiuvsshig to know how they did It. Kono and RonnoU held their men down to ono field basket each; tome, we'll s.iy. Tho r.coro In thin halt wai a'tlo several It j was flaly in tbe last fivo jnlnules that I Lclhbrldgc pulled away from tho WILLIAM 10, PORT ARTHUR6 PORT ARTHUR, Ont., Feb. William tied with Port Arthur Vrter ana Mr leadcrehip of the Thunder Hockey this evening by teat- Ing themin lo 6. OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP DATES YORK, Feb. open golf championship tournament of Great BrlliIn will lirt-lield over tho links at (peat, on Juna 21, 22 and 23, according to a cable received here last night Entry Form I Iicrchy agrco lo the conditions laid down In connection with tjic enntpetition nnd to abide by the (tccislon of tbe Herald Sporting K.iitor, Name HENLEY RACES GO -TO PHILADELPHIA j'enr's American Henley rcgaft.i will be rowed at Phila- rlfjtphla Saturday, May 29. was ciiot'fin a meeting of Iho ot stsv.-arils o! tbe American Rowing KopreruritativeR of Yfilc, Harvard, Princeton, Pennsylvania, 'Colunibla nnd Annapolis at- Address i of U-ain Goals CLARESHOLM IN "60WLING TOURNEY Ciiircahuini is in on tiio little bowling lotinicy out lo slert Ssliifday ni.chl, Tho doubles (cainw iho events arc Ctaresbolm Wftlkcr nnd Thompson, and Ivor- P011, and Sin- clair.' Matches will, rolled on the alleys oi tfcdi (oyu. in demxmd BRIER OHAUTOUVERY Special-Serrlce on Country; Trios Phonet 1Z10 Dominion Bowling Alleys Baiement, Dominion Bldg- Entrance on SUth StreeL ANDY THE.RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRINQ Lawfbrd Weltfng Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbridge Hotel Phom 1M4 We Havr. InttaTled a Full merit for Repairing JUiTDMOp RADIATORS Can handle all of ctri. Expert Hot.ATr Furnjcg FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Worktn 336 6lh St. South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Block 13th Street N, t GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF By Experienced FORD SERVICE AOEMCY TIRES SfORA4t ALL WORK IS GtUARANTEeD 0, F, WILSON, W, ;