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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SBS LY HKIUUY. SATURDAY; Wftmuwr r, UP FATHER" By G. McManus I OX) VOU 'v-SNO 11 V.'r CAUGHT FMsME-SjSSXCWT'ji v.-T. THAT is licgbE yrQ .HETLL 7XLU ME HOW HE Nf WIFE-i A, ROCM VH A, HOTEL- VOOLO VOU n Mltchtll But ST. PAUU Feb. Milwaukee light wettht. Cul tulanoy, ClevelanJ, in bout hera toutght.i Dowmy Outtwxw Wis.. Feb. IELLS BF iOP Says Lethbridge Quintet Wound Up in a Blaze of Glory en-1 alfll.fr-; from the entries and Uuirles already received, the Herald FoalfuHiconipetUlon- Is going to'be. al great success. Thirly-nve.dollars iu with, to'bo in- creased according to number of en- tries. In, order to remove any doubt on Ihe matter the form simply has lo be made out for the'team you pick lo win find, the uumber of goals scored by that team in the final game. Thus. If }ou think Cardiff will win tho final bj 4 to 2, just write Cardiff 4 under i your name and address. It makes no 1 difference what other team Is in the! A nor how many goals are e-J bv that team. All that co'int? SHERWOOD HERCHMER TO WINNIPEG 'SPIEL ibe winning :lcaiu aud the goals It scores The Houud Three .'Is as follows: Liverpool vs. Birmingham. Chelsea vs. Leicester Fosse. Preston vs. Bradford Cliv, Bristol City vs. Cardiff, Aston .Villa vs. SundcrlamL Xolts County vs. Bradford. Totteniiarii "Spurs vs. West Hani. Huililersficid vs. Plymouth Argyle. of the Competition 1 The1 competitor will till in the coupon below, giving tbt name of the team he or she thinks will win, and the number o( goals scored by that team. 2 .Twenty-five cents must accom- pany each entry. Competitors are al- lowed to send is as many entries as they wish, but encli entry "must be ac- companied by twenty-five cents. 3 In the evuiii of more 'lhan one person seeding in a correct result, (he firot prize will ho equally divided. This will also apply in the' case ot thei second and other prizes. If no correct result Is submitted. Ihe near- est guess will receive first prize. 4 iNp.mes and addresses should be written .plainly, find entries enclosed In a sealed envelope, addressed lo tbe Editor, Football Competition, I.cth- bridge Herald, and" dropped In the In The Herald) KERNIE, C., Feb. Sherwood Herchhier, Nvho 'Is ;'probably ttie-most enthusiastic curler in the Crows' Nest Pass, leaves tomorrow nigbt for "Win- nlpeg with a strong aggrega- v lion to "bring home the bacon." Harvey Brown, who played for Sherwood -last in the city, will accompany him as third, while the second si.d lead positions formerly filleil by Milt Kastncr and Ar- -1 ff chlo' Corrle, will be held down by Bob Young and Sandy Wat- son. Fernie Club is tho only British Columbia organization" which. Is .affiliated the Mauitoba Curling" Association and Mr. Iferchmer was elected Vice-President at the last an- nual meeting held In Winnipeg last winter. H. C. McBarney, W.. F. Onlnelle, A H. Llddlo nnd Kellock, anil the fight from now orj promises to he n hot one, On Thursdny the local curlers enter talnetl'lwo rinks from Plncher. Th day's piiiy showing about an even break. On Saturday two local rink: will journey to Fernie and get a lev pointers on bow tbo gooit old garni really Is played. MOOSE JAW RINK WON AT REG1NA RKOIN'A, Feb. Dundas o MOOSR Jaw, won tho ferand aggregat' at the Floglna b6nsplel .today ami con scqucntly lake? tbe championship o tho tournament city. Dundas has won 11 games and lost only ono He also sained tho Imperial Lllo trophy today. Thn curling by the Dundas rink has been the big feature ot tho 'cplel Ihls year, which has pass cd off wllh marked success. WHO Trt35 in tire; uier'ry iiockeyiiirie, Y: Wken'alj'lic'-worid is Macleod came'iup to play a'game, Anil they bad. And when itin; fans bad run' amucki As soul. Then, up ilie puck, V And shot anoiher goal. shot: lie "umpires In tones ot anger high. "Who was the vililan shot the goal That bit us in tbe And raid the.bowls that wafce- tbe rink, While loud the echoes roll. The left defence, begins lo hliuk, "Twas I that shot tho Anil now the hpwis.are louder While in'_ a ..corner nigh, Pat Eelliveau.Is seen to fret; And louil.begiiis-to-cry, Ji Hockey Results PatrftWB' f> QSFrniiT Our Own CLiARESHOLJI, Feb: The, 'earn Tali held -'in the nlgh'tVas1 ,asrea I, success. Thls.is'tbe fifth time the advertising has. bee'ri'out tor a carnival and the weather man'-'ali ways bad something either or'too bad to say bnt he favored the ofticiiiU last nigbt with a night diet could not be beat. The. Claresbolm hookey club visited Slavely on Tuesday evening of 'this week iind were defeated by a at 4 to 5: The Claresholm curling club sent .two representative rinks to Okotoks their games Hrith that town for- the' Foothills coin- 'There were' -four .games' played 'aria'linish'ed up Tdth 'an even A quIetWqice ?omes.to the mat: WlthMhoigflrr'.strite arcr'ivJ' And .ell ake s. And Then Tallman affidavit takes 'Twas he that shot the goal. Xow who in thunder shot tho goal, ".nd why shot at all, et Faulds-iivoiild like to kui Chief Faulds-iivoiild like to kuow, and hale Tiiem to Hall. 'Tis true he shirk's "a hockey game- '-When captains b'im enroll, UuUstill Ihe puzzle, is the same, Wboe'ver K. L. Jardinc, Taber.V" (From Our Own Correspondent) MACLEOD, Feb. Macleod Hockey Club journeyed to Taber and plnyed hockey Tuesday nighl on in- terior Ice, with the result that the score stood at the finish ij-l in lavor of Taber team. Prom Taber they went to Plnchcr Creek nnil played Wednesday night on better Ice when finished wilh 'a score of 5-4 in favor of.PIncher reek. The Macleod boys were weaker than at otiior .games played this season on account of three of their beat men were unable to at- tend hut the hoys arc not tbe least discouraged. EDMONTON 'SPIEL EDMONTON, Feb. The fourth day of Edmonton's big bonspiol finds only two unbeaten rinks out of the 95 entered. The trto combinations with the- unbesmirched records are Johnson. of Iho Capital City, and Me- Royal aggregation. Dr. Ander- son was In the running until he fell foul of Irfirlincr, of Bentley, in Iho morning draw. I'p until this game tbe Hoyal Kklp had an unbroken siring o! six straight wins. Holh Johnson anil .McLean aro out In the eights of both Iho (irand Challenge. and Hie Hudson's Johnson has seven games lo his credit anil .McLean six. After Thursday's brief respite In the late splendid prngress Is being mnilo today. Jewelry class in the (iranil Oiallenfic In (he nonn draw when Churley .May's Royal rink and Dlckina' Cnpil.il City H'JIh street rink. clash on the Former Star Laments Fact That Game is Becoming Hand- shaking Affair Burkett, "former big league star batsman, recently lamented tbe fact- that baseball was: becoming a .handshaking institution. Tliero is not enough' fight In the modern game of baseball-to suit Iho aggressive Jess. Perhaps baltles on Ihe diamond are not as numerous as they onco were, but it can not be >ald that the present condition brought about entirely by tho pres- crop of managers, lor in the big leagues today nearly all of the pilols pro known quantities as lar as scrapping goes. In the American league "there are two premier performers with their mills In Ed Harrows ol the Red Sox find "Kid" Glcaaon of tile Chicago While Sos. And Jimmy Burke of tho liioimF niiii Clarke Griffith of the Senators can i not be considered shrinking violets. The National league, however, isi much belter equipped in Ihe mallcri of fighting learleis in John McCtraw' of Ihe Gl.inls, Hranch Uickey ot Ihe CarDlnals, Fred Mitchell of Ihe Cubs and George Siblings of Ihe Braves. Connie Mack of the Athletics, Mil- ler Muggins ol, the Yonks nnd liuRhey Jennings of the Tigers might be classed, an tho peaceful bccunstc. they invariably Iry to ECllle by arbitration what the other scrappy managers waul lo Iron out In n hntl'ie. Age usually takes much of the fire ot the scrappy lenders, nnd even John McOraw is Inclined lo lei pass some galling incidents lliat only a couple of scas-'cm.s ago would' have sent the "Little Xapoleon" inlo a hurricane ol rase. The officials and not the managers ot baseball are re- sponsible for Iho. conditions of' the present, for. us Pat Mor.in s.iys, the player who flghta' lor his point now Is a rowdy instead of (in aggressive hall player. lleforo the day Is over it if con- fidently expected that several rlnka will 'have attained lo (he jinvelry fr both of the open events. The Merchants Hank and Selkirk competitions aro swinging in style 'and tbo Indications are that the silicons will ho pretty well complo-led by tonight. Secretary Jack Rao is well satisfied with the progress being mado and an- nounced at noon today that by Satur- day night every competition In, the bonsptcl will bs ivc'ji playY "CARDSfON 'i: ftfrfrm the best basketball games ever witnesses by Magrath people were those Wednesday evening when Cardston and Magralh teams met. The first game 6.r> the junior team was real live- ly aud Ihe aions.wllh an even ecoro and Cardston finally won 1.8-19. Tooraer did fine work for the Magratb. leant" especially ou foul "pitches. game the Sehion.tcams all played tbe gamo well This game as in the first one' both teams kept-together on the score anc the game belonged to either leam tinli the end. The final score was 13-17 In Cafdston's favor. Lethbridge Raymond Cardston LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost .5 0 2 2 P.C. .250 .000 Falcons' Brandon .2 [an., Feb. tightened .their the Manitoba hockey chanipipnsbip ionlgbt when they defeated team by i score ol a to 0. .it was Brandon's Eskimos 2, Wanderers 1 -CALGARY, Feb. Es- kimos defeated. Calgary Wanderers Calgary last nlgbl alter 18 minutes overtime by the score ot 2 to 1. The Eskimos bad'the, better .part ol the play for 45 minutes, of the game, but both wore entire ly duo to luck. The winning goal was deflected off. ono of tho Calgary tie tense players nuil ;Heid, in goal for Calgary, did not see thti puck until bad lodged in the nets. Hustlers 8, C. C.'s 6 EDJIpNTOS, Feb. the poor est exhibition of bockey supplied b; the Big Four this season, the Edmon Ion Husllers ilelealcd Ilie. Calgarj Colymbus Club at tbe Arena rink las nigbt, S to 5.. Owing to Illness o players the two teams .played six-man bockey. Vancouver Wins VICTORIA, Feb. goals ono was the score at ot threi periods of an exciting, game hero las night when Vancouver defeated Vic loria in. tbe Pacific Coast 'hockej eight, -Navy Cfci- cagoj lu a 10-round wo-decltloa baut tonight, according U sporting edl- .--j. 'Grcb ahd Draw' KALAMA2OO, Mtch., Feb. irarry reb, of PHtsburg. Mike of New York, bowJ 10 slov rounds here tpnlg-bt on even basis. Greb Injured his rigbl arm during the bout. NEW YC'hK STOCKS NEW Y'ORK, TOb. C.P.R., TJ. S. Steel, IMiJ; U, Steel Eddie Berjor, Joe FlcraUln cvn f Axi SERyiOe: PAY, AND .NlQHt i SpKlirty Phsmr mi, 'J Ride a McLaughlln Special, It.cosli no.mort. P. .C. H.L. STANDING VANCOm'BH, n.C .Feb. Pacific Coast HockcV Association standing: W, L. F.. A. Pet. Seattle Vancouver Victoria 5 "31'" 2C 0 -H 43 S 31 40 .535 .395 EATON MANAGER LEFT FORTUNE .WINNIPEG, Feb. of- .ficial-probate is not complete, it Is learned thai a total of In real and personal property was left by A. A.: manager of the T. Eaton company, who died December" 28. 1919. SOMETHING BETTER am still painting autos 13 ihe szrr.t old a good full line of Imported, high grade varnishes, etc. First to.be obtained since rioctllitles ceated abroad. THE OLD CAR MADE NEW HARRY W, SHORT 405 SIXTH AVENUE S, PHONE 417 NO CANADIAN GOODS GOINQ TO EUROPE FeS. the bljli ralo of exchange, no goods arc belns slilppod to Kitfopo and cxpor- Icrs are tailing themselves loaded up with (ood products originally meant for shipment to other countries, but whicih now will Distributed here. This possibly taiiso a decrease In tho high cost llvlnj, TOBACCO SERIES No. VIII or dryinj by natural air (oM This process is Mill practised in Virginia. The leaf placed In racks to dry and Wore Tobacco a Heart" which ha tuen a favorite far CO yean. MACDONALD TOBACCO S moking and Chewinij AUTO UVERY biieclal Sen'ice on Country Trlpf' 717 RMldi.Kt 1210 Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldg. Entrance-on'Sixth Street. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Opp. Lethbrldgc Hotel Phone 1544 We Have Installed a Full Equip- ment for Repairing MOMOBIIE RADIATORS Can all makes of Expert Hot'Afr Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workers 336 6th St. South Phont 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13th Street M, GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES.OF CARS. By Experienced Mechanics, FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK_ IS GUARANTEED G. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;