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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, FEBRUARY THE LETHBRTTing PATTY TTETIALP PAGE THRES NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RID OF Y OUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS RICKARD WILL STICK Entries Are Coming in WH1 Be Preliminary to Cal- gary's Meet Plans for the forthcoming Inter-] natioiul Ammteur Boxing Carnival i are aMuming definite proportions, j and the staging of the big event i8 I now an assured fact. The date has keen set for Wednesday, February 10. The place will be the Majestic The- atre, Lethbridge. The events will range all" the way through the diff- ent fighting bun-j Following the resignation of pro- tarn, light, middle, welter and heavy- !motcrs lirady ami Coclirane, Tex nick- weights, and judging by the number ari, win continnu 43 sole promoter of of entries already received a bumper; tlie Dempsoy-Carpentler bout, which, night's sport will be accorded the box-1 ne will take placo in Canada Ing eutauilftKts. or England. From a glance at the list of entries i _______________ as they now stand, the affair will be TITVinna uemi-mllitary, as among the names JUmUKft -at present received arc to be found the following promising boys Join 1st Gordon Highlanders, B. E. F. Gordon Tank Corps, C. X. F. W. Black Watch, B. B. Jamei R. F. IA., 'B. E. r. Dave Sea- forth Highlanders. D. E. F. Babe 31st Halt., C. F. A. Among the non-military hoys who Lave signified their intentions of com- peting are the following: Val Pilling of Cardston, Nick Spi- rou of Lethbridge, Dave Elwyn of Lethbridge. uiiness Methods. The Lethbrldgo Sports Club are behind the move in a managerial way, with the assistance of a number of well known Lethbridge men. lommy B" Lush will be the match maker for the j nai Club and the committee in charge, and It Is the intention of the com- OB the night of. the carnival to have everything carried out in proper order, with two judges, the best referee obtainable, timekeep- ers and ample seconds. Tho bouts will be run off in a fast manner with- WIN FROM FERNIE, LOSE TO CALGARY (From Oar Own Correspondent) COL1SMAX, Feb. MacGillv- ray cup competition is becoming .more New York Times Makes Fan of Americans in Montreal Agitation NEW YORK, Feb. Canadian negotiations now undel1 way between Tex Rickard and C. F. Graham, of Montreal, regarding the staging of the Dempsoy-Carpentier bout in the Canadian city have been the subject of a good deal' of com- ment in the New York papers. Tho majority of the local sport writers ex- press tho view that Rickard will not definitely accept the proposition has been put up to him by the Mont- real promoters at least until he has exhausted every effort to make it pos- sible to hold the fight in New York. Meanwhile Rickard's negotiations with Mr. Graham and his associates have j aroused widespread interest in Mont- real's possibilities as a battleground for the fistic stars and the advantages which the Quebec city would offer to those .who find the Volstead type of I beverages not entirely to their taste. The New York Times in a recent ADVERTISE YOUR FARM STOCK AND MACHINERY For Sale Here The Herald is the most satisfactory means of communication with people of your own city and district. Send your ad. to the Herald and you'll be sure of a reader following! OLSON WINS Let Out By Cubs PORT WILLIAM, Feb. editorial linked up the proposal to' Olson, defeated Jack Bellinger, local hold the big right in Montreal in a! wrestler, here last night in two "Our Lady of the declared that the Fordney "has stirred some of our Canadian friends into utes, the second in interesting. The Beck rink has only jocular vein with the Fordney Emerg-: straight falls, both by lost one game, Moore s rmk two and encv gm which would exclude Belanger and both being double toe- about three other rinks have lost Canadian wheat from the United! holds. The first fall came in 16 min- three games. It looks as if the Beck states by jmposing a prohibitive tar- rink will win the cup, although they iff This artlcle wnich was headed have a few hard games to play before it is finally decided. The Midgets had the Fernie Midg-_____ __ ___ ______.....____ ets down for a game on Friday eveu-i natiiraf ing. The local "kids" were too fast jatjon." and showed great skill in their stick! REGINA 'SPIEL. REGINA, Feb. Hie last draw was completed late last night. -i "If we won't let their stuff come in, Dick Ross. was the only undefeated handling, for tho Fernie boys. The they.n keep ours out snap their nng.irink left m the bonspiel. Judge game was rather one-sided and ended ers at geography, and buy of the Brit-! Brown waa the last excepting Ross for Coleman. Colemau has hockey teams, from the Boy of 8 to the senior of 39. ish continues the Times. "Now Canadian enterprise to fall, defeated by Easton of Stough- ton, 11 to 10. While the bonspiel will seeks to snatch from us a great na-1 not be over tonight it is expected Tho Trail Hangers' club met the tlonal and international industry. The jtuat .a11 the events will have reached Blairmore Sunday School team and j commercial exchange of thumps Be- jewelry stage. ,nd clean game. It tween Mr. John Dempsey, the Ameri- d a very nice out any standing. All of tho bouts will be confined to three three minute rounds, with the possible exception of one exhibition bout which will run to five rounds. This will assure a pro- gram of "biff-bing-bang" scrapping with goo dsportsmanshin prevailing all through the evening's show. It will be a big relief to local support- ers of the game to know that the boys will all be in the ring for the sheer sport of It, and not with any "pork- and-bean" pug ideas. The entry list is now open to any bona-fide amateurs residing in South- ern Alberta, in the territory covered by all south of Calgary along the main line of the C. P. R., and all west of Medicine Hat to the B. C. boundary, Including the cities of Calgary and Medicine Hat. The Provincial Ama- teur Championships will be held In Calgary on the 20th of February, and this event in Lethbridge will bo an opener for the Calgary affair. Entries should be sent without delay to Len S. Brown or Tommy Lush, Majestic Theatre, Lethbridge, There are no entry fees of any kind, as the movement is to get the good old, clean, amateur sport going again in our southern Alberta. Hoc- key has been all to the merry here this winter, and boxing is about due for a big revival. Bees, of good class and pedigree, cost always the chance that you will get stung. Many men have extremely level heads. Flat, puts it more definitely. Had An Annoying Hacking Cough INTERNATIONAL BOWL1N6 TOURNAMENT IN ST. PAUL ST. PAUL, Minn., Feb. D. iiw.l V, tweejl JH.1. tJUUU I.HO 1- was well fought and ended in a draw, I can and Mr. Georges Carpen- I tier, the paladin of Gaul, is to be There was a great game of hockey transferred to .Dominion soil If the staged by the Coleman juniors on Sat-; Northern graspers of American trade urday evening. They brought the; have their way. The exportation of i Jacobson and H. E. Hanson of South Calgary Crystals to Coleman. It was these heavyweights means heavy- i St. Paul, rolled into the lead in tho a daring thing to do and the boys are I weight finance. The romantic sum of two-man event at the thirteenth an- to be congratulated on their venture. Is said to be the consldera- nual tournament of the International Charlie Herzog has been given his 'If There was a big crowd to see the tion. If the two egregious strikers ever a J100 was taken in at do collide in Canada, what an amount the gate. clean and skated rings around the Juniors. Their combination play was indeed wonder- The game-throughout was of American money will go from here George Mitchell of SL.Baul, went into fast. The Calgary boys to there." second place with "Thousands of citizens are saving, no doubt some will even go so far Bowlinj association here today with a unconditional release by the Chicago total of pins. W.JVierling and Cllbs He fol.meriy managed tho Cincinnati Reds, and before that play- BRITTON AND LEWIS TONIGHT NEW YORK, Feb. Brltton, vorld's welterweight boxing Cham- ful. At the goal mouth they never as to steal, money for the purpose of lost an opportunity. Andy Baxter witnessing the most expensive trans- and Mrs. Lewis travelled with the (action in the history of slugging. team and looked after their interests. The Coleman Juniors played a fast _____ _____ ._ ________ game and did exceedingly well in the 1 programme been offered. The price night against Ted "Kid" Lewis of Eng- two first periods. But they were no I of a seat is a week's wages to the land. It will be their nineteenth en- match for the crystals. Mr. Rippon salariat. Who can calculate the amount counter. Some of their previous meet- is. There have been plenty of great fight- pion, will defend his title In a 15-round st ers. To none has so lofty a financial i bout in Madison Snuare Garden to- acted as referee. Tlie final score was in favor of Calgary. The line up was Calgary Crystals Goal, York; Dutch .Gayner, Duke Lewis, Skid Ross, Curly McKay, Nifty exportation of this memorable, 'mill' Neff; subs, Buck Ripley, Buck Lang-; may have a notable effect on Canadian of hotel bills, the hire of taxis, the ings have been among the greatest wild American plunge into the sea of j battles in the history of the ring. Scotch? Who .can reckon the mighty j Dritton lost the title in. a 20-round aggregate of 'American assets that decision match with Lewis in 1917, will be lost to the United States. The but regained it In 1919 by knocking don, Linky Watson. Coleman Junior! Goal, John Kicku; John I exchange. Yet nobody raises a finger to protect our home industry, Demp- Brennan, sey the huge. Nobody thinks of grab- W. Johnston, J. Evans, F. Lees, J. bing Mr. Carpentier, an imported in- Fraser; Milley, Jas. Brennan, dustry to be fostered here, and of de- Norman Ash. taining the fat profits that might be made from his labors in the home market. With an edifying altruism RAYMOND STORY OF BASKETBALL MATCH Americans will watch the removal, if it takes 'place, of these two great sources of wealth, play joyfully at ]the new game of enrich instead of (From Our Own Correspondent) beggar your, neighbor and a.wait with satisfaction and relief the interplay of battering 'dukes' when "Loud sound their hollow sides; "Their battered chests ring back, "As here and there the whistling strokes pelt round, "Their ears and temples, and the jaw- bones crack." Got No Rest At Night Hacking coughs are very wearing on tho system. The constant cough. Ing the rest, and keeps the lungs and bronchial tubes in such an irritated and inflamed condition, unless you get iinmcdiato relief the cough may become settled and serious lung trouble ensue. There is no batter remedy than Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup for relieving all kinds of coughs or colds, combining as it does the lung healing virtues of the pine tree with which is combined wild cherry bark, and the soothing and healing expectorant properties of other excellent herbs and barks. Mrs. E. .T. Ross, Pcnhoid, Alta., three years ago T caught a very bad cold, accompanied with a sore throat and hoarseness. I was so you could not hear me speak. I could get no rest at "lght with the terrible annoying, hacking cough. I. tried several remedies, but they did me no good. I finally saw Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup ad- vertised so I got a bottle. It at onoe gave me relief, and after using four of them my cough had all gone. Now I always keep it rn the bouse." "Dr. Wood's" Is put up in a yellow wrapper; three pine trees the trade mark, price HSc and 60c a bottlo. Manufactured only by The T. Mil- bum, Co., Toronto, RAYMOND, Feb. lost both junior and senior games to Raymond last night. The score ,in the junior game was 22-23 in favor of Raymond. It was a fast game, teams well matched and played good com- bination work. Senior game line-up: Meltlrum F ........Young Fairbanks F .........Green Fisher C Irwin Walker G Snow Stevens G Cope In tho first half Lethbriclgo was out- classed in field play. The Sugar City boys played better combination. At the end of the first half the score stood 12-2? THE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE BOYS BEATEN out the sturdy Englishman in the ninth round The men will weigh in at 2 o'clock this afternoon, and both will be under the stipulated 147 pounds. YANKS WILL BUILD STADIUM NEW YORK, Feb. The New York American league baseball club has completed arrangements for building a stadium on the north bank of the Harlem river in the northern part of the city to ac- commodate Arthur Pelkey 111 AT CARDSTON ;d third Giants. base for the New York (From Our Own correspondent) RAYMOND, Feb. -A. C. boys were defeated in Cardston by a scoro in Raymond's Cavor: The of 23-29 in favor of the Temple City i guards for Lethbridge changed places in the second half but the Raymond boys continued to roll in the' baskets. Lethbridge seemed dazed and failed to catch up. The final score was 18-56. NEW PRO. SKATER ST. PAUL, Feb. McGow- an of St. Paul won his third victory since he became a professional by defeating Ben O'Sickey, of Cleveland in four races here today. McGowan took the 220-yard dash in li) 2-li sec- onds, tho baif-milo in 4-5, the mile in 3-5 and the two-mile in 3-5. Plans are under way to match Mc- Gc-wan with either- Norval Baptie or somo other Canadian for a race at Winnipeg on February 10. lads. Tills gives Cardston two games j in the school league, having won from the K. A. on Jan. 2St.h. DRAW IN BOUT AT RAYMOND (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Fob. 5-round bout behvcen Scotty McDonald and Andy Soronson resulted in a draw. Meeks rofereod. 8T. GEORGE'S FOOTBALL CLUB Tho gonertr nrtrotfDiC of the aboTO named :61ufe wffl be held in the offices of'the Metropoli- tan Life Insurance Oo. 201 Sher- lock .Block, this nveninc (Mon- day) at S p.m. Anybody inter- ested in the welfare of the club is welcome. "SPORTSMANSHIP." Sporting Editor, Herald: a word in reply to Man- aser McDonald's stfUrniont in tho Herald Saturday tllKt Lcthbridgo "ex- hibited, a poor brand of sportsman- ship" in connection with the Leth- bridgo Coleman much protested games. All I have to say Is that the Coleman team have twice this winter refused to abide by tho decisons of the official referee and have twice dis- j appointed tho when they I refused to break the tie in Lethbridge Q and once when they left the ice In the first period of a game at Pincher Creek. No further comment on sports- manship 1a necessary. Yours for sport, George H. Diion, Manapr..- Team. To Be Troubled ion The Cause of Many Ills If you do not feel well and go to your family physician, one of the first things ho will do is ask you to hold out your tongue. The reason for this is that the condition of the tongue shows the condition of the stomach ancl bowels. If you allow your bowels to become constipated you will have bilious at- tacks, sick headaches, coated tongue, foul breath, heartburn, water brash, etc., and those troublesome piles, which cause so much annoyance and misery. Keep your bowels moving regular ly and you won't be sick. In Milburn's Laxa-LIver Pills you will find just the remedy you require for this purpose. They are purely vegetable and do not gripe, weaken or sicken. Mr. Jas. S. Harris, Box 934, Hali- fax, N.S., two years I suffered with constipation. I could not get anything to cure me, and hardly anything would give me even temporary relief. One day my uncle induced me to try Milburn's Laxa- Liver Pills, and even brought me a vial. I tried them without much faith, but I soon found they were do- ing me good, and after using the sec- ond vial I was relieved of my trou- ble." Milburn's Laxa-Liver Pills are 25c .a vial at all dealers, or mailed direct on receipt of price by The T. Mil- burn Co., Limited, Toronto, Advertisement. Aitfnu f ioimei champion of Canada, is seriously ill witli sleeping sickness in Windsor, Our.. FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs it will he to ypur inter- est to try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop employ only first-class Machinists. Satisfaction in price j and workmanship. I Tractor Cylinders icground, and! lilted with over-size pistons and I rings. NIVEN BROS. 216 1st Avo. S. Phone 1732. Empty WHISKEY, WINE and SPIRIT Barrels for Sale BARRELS RUN FROM 40 GALLONS TO 60 GALLONS. KING'S EXPORTING AGENCY BASEMENT OF DOMINION BLOCK. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS LADIES Wo mike switches, transformations, etc., from your combings. Switches an oz. Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 29-26 FREE PERSONAL INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Viavi Remedies. Lethbridge Viavi Co. Mrs. K. V. Hunck. Phone 1883. 527 8th St. S. 42-26 NEWS AND VIEWS Reading is the greatest factor In edu- cation. Get all you can out of the News. But be sure your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you no' but the longer you neglect your eye- sight the more seriously it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter see us for a free examination, J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 5th St. S. Opposito the Empress Phone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS. Suite 4, Acadla Block. Phone 1616. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 1085. 31-86 OXY-ACETYLENE WELDINO W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st ATO. and 10th Street. ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phono 1332 409 5th St. S. Lethbrldga Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING G. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon. ours Certificate M. T. Assn.. London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phonj 1168. 627 10th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF' ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forma from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Box No. (i, Lethbridge. GURNEY-OXFORD EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING Free! Elliott Sheet Metal Wo r ken. 336 6th St. South. Phone 1713. OSTEPATHIC DR." J. E. HORNINO, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 318-15-20 Skirlock Blag. Hoars ud by appointment Phone PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hoi- pttal, 1224 7th Ave. 3.. Lethbrldfe: Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-private rooms. Rates ?30.00, and a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. B. Van Haarlem, superin- tendent. MUSIC MISS AII.BEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy o.nd Royal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. of Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music eiams If desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 5th Ave. A South. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE In French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners In the city. We use tha genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. 334 6th Street South. Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun v.-ork done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, phonographs, any lignt machinery repaired; lawn mowers sharpened- D. B. Macdonald, Indian Motorjycle Agent. Phone 1031, 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors. Paperhangers and Painters; General Decorating and SlKn Wilting. Estimates given, Tho oldest established painters In LetbbrldKe. Res. phone 1472; offlcs phone 1762. Sherlock BIdg., Leth- bridge, Alberta. A. Decoratine and Paperhanrinff. Phone 690. (11 8th Avenue South. 117-0 B. L. Copelaml B. R. Kent Phone 1908. Phone 1647 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanging a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 516 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR r Established 1009 Thirty-five years' experience in Eiterlor and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phone 1104. WINTER RADIATORS Wny not hava your bile Radiator Re-cored the froflt cornea, with the belt Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop In and let us tell 700 about it, or aik someone who ban one. They STAND UP. ANDY Thi Ridlitor Min 'th Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I.M COOMBS DtMitt fcews Agnnl rRYAIHALDWMAD. Doris I. R. Cocq COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING. PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE. ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. 1A HERALD WAN! ffl ;