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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MAR SB THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY MM High Living At Low Cost quite sure enroot serve yourself finer food than we offer you dally and we're doubly sore that yo> can- uot provide such good food ftt our very revocable THE ERILI HOCKEY TONIGHT LETH. vs. PINCHER PINCHER PLAYS HOCKEY IN LETHBRIDGE TONIGHT; BLAIRMORE AT MACLEOD [fttion from the singles as In recent Jas- McMahon has reached NONSENSE RHYMES, Chop suey is a glorious food, "Well-liked in any weather- Best recipe is shredd-ed hay. Combined with pickled leather. for Blairmore Cinchel I T the LCagUC LCtftbUdge the 6cmi-rinaU. and has to meet Percy Larffc Crowd o ooer u ui ,n the game stands high, and the result Wanted for Blairmore lia being awaited among frequenters ot There a dry official once I Who wouldn't touch a bribe- rock nd How wasteful is the polar bear: He eats seals, flesh and irer toinidng ot their eats tho skins! Trip. Tonight Lethbridge fans will be treated to another hockey flame in which they hope to toe their team come out on top. Pin- cher Creek will be here with their fast aggrtgatlon to give Leth- bridge a battle. Ftncher has a vtry man who has a habit of getting away for goals and he will make things hum. Another man on the defence has proved himself one to be watched closely, so Leth- bridge can feel they will have to play for game. Blairmore will meet Micleod at tonight. A lost for Blair- more and a win for Lethbridge would be ideal from the Leth- bridge standpoint, but the chances of this are very slim. Nevertheless no one expected Lethbridgf to fall down befftTt Mac I red week. On Friday night a good crowd is wanted to go to EHairmore for the Lethbridge-Coleman flame. All the equipment necessary to accommodate the fans has been promised by the C. P. R. and it is up to the hockey enthusiasts to get behind the team and show Blairmore Lethbridge can back up their boys. ne Uttu> Tonight Carr or Geo. Greenwood who have yet And( De of to suf' 'nterefi lie also ui ,n the game stands high, and the result ia being awaited among frequenters ot There w the club with great anxiety. I Who wo The Barnwell Dramatic Club will Noft. whv heave present the play, "A Black Heifer, at J razz the Rei on Wednesday evtning of this J You mocking sin i week. i Don't forget the. Knox concert, on j i Wednesday. February Oth, In the Vet? hall. s, sinful tribe? Thirty DoDars Goes To Calgary Football Fan First Share in Division of Prize Awards OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS League Standingt to Saturday, Feb. 5, (Inclusive.) English League, Pint Divition. P. W. D. L. F. A. Pti. Burnley.....25 17 5 Boltoii Wan 11 10, Evcrtou. Newcastle" U. JMiddlesboro Manchester C.. Jjirorpool.. Tottenhau H. Manchester U. Arsenal IF MO REIV THIS PrtFER I'D SftY W THINK I Fifty share In the division ot the pmo money for last week's football competition, which makes tho second Sunderland and third awards to each person i W. Bromwich. small. The flrst prize of >30 goes to I Chelsea T. Ball. 340 7th Avenue, Sunnyslde, 1 Aston Villa, [Calgary. Calgary B. C. tans Preston X. E.. ishare in second and third money. Blackburn .Rov. i It must ba remembered that tho'Bradford C. Scottish League was left out of last HuddersfieiU T. si) week's competition. Sheffield L'. Following are the prize winners: Oldham A. 27 11 10 23 13 5 26 13 7 .35 13 26 11 30 13 25 10 2S 9 it 35 S 26 10 25 B 25 7 t SO 39 .5 47 30 32 C 41 36 32 1 47 2S 31 7 38 31 31 8 40 33 30 U 43 24 3C 9 5fi 36 29 S 43 42 27 9 39 40 26 9 36 40 26 S 32 38 25 9 28 37 25 !i 11 42 50 25 3 11 37 36 23 TAKE3SJRAIGHI MR SRIEI There are madmen and other mad- men, uul the maddeit of all is the bowler who misses a 300 scorn by Three Trophies for Competition Nast aae in his final roll. Taber Juniors Are Defeated At Hat By 64 Score Claim They Were Handed Raw Deal and Score Should Have Been Defeated in Rough. Game of Hockey (Special to The Heraldj ('ERNIE, Feb. local bon- spiel here last night with ail flve sheets of ice in the curling rink oc- cupied with Fernio curlers, all fresh and keen for the fun after haying had ii good rest from the strenuous week of the district bonspiel which made everyone who curled do his work on time. The three trophies to be played for are tho Burns, the Fernia club, and Grand Challenge. In the Fernle club competition Herchmer lost to McLaren; Parker v.-on from Stewart, and Young won from Beck. In the Burns contest Irrine defeat- ed Prentice; Garbutt won from Wal- lace: McDonald defeated Lancaster, and Beck won from Young. In the Grand Challenge, Llphardt PESTS. Garlic eattrs. Onion eaters. Stoglt Ch.tr Gibbltn at movie ihows. won from Lawe Corris won from (fram Our Own Correspondent! TABER, Feb. Taber hockey Douglas, and Winter defeated Guy Johnson. The ice was In line condition as I were the curlers and the eamea were j well balanced throughout. i Ten games are scheduled for to- night nnd the is still in good con- dition. Fertile 5; Cranbrook 0 I While the curlers were bavin- Intermediates returned from the Hat i good, clean sport in the curling rink. on today's westbound, and claim the game, in spite of the referee, who placed the score at 6 to 4 in favor of the Hat. which according to the team should he 4 to 3 in favor of Taber. According to tho the game was characterized by rough play on the part of the Hat team, and delib- ihero was a gams of hockey going on in the skating rink, which cannot 1 be said lo have been real clean sport, i Cranbrook hockeylsts came over to play a return game wilh and good sized crowd turned out to see the game. Rod McLeod was referee, ;mi! had his hands full at his end of Live. Watered. Rolling. Common. Preferred. Milton. STOCK. Johnny Wilson, the middleweight champion, announces that he is ready to he can name his opponent, bring his own referee, take all the money, boi only no-decision bouts, and not be forced to moet Milts O'- Dowd. Even money, or better, if you want it, that the new Continental League, if it ever will take in all the blacklisted Wiito Sox and other out- casts from the Majors on the ground that "they never were officially prov- en guilty." Stick a pin right there; they will be the playing nucleus of the new circuit, if said circuit ever opens its gates. Player named Xeptune led the Blue nidge League in hatting. Shouldn't that fellow be made manager of one of the sea-coast towns? Hi. Both referee and iudgo in plenty, having the fence occupied That sturdy old pilot fohl wtve homebrews, the mem-; innsl of the time with players who Once n making inhibited decided Inclination to H', a w Sf No storing was recorded in the third period, and ihc game was stop- ped for soino time, owing to rough- ness and disorder. The lust four minutes of play re- ulti-'d in no acore. and thus ended a fake srate Ignoring of fouls and offsides by I Iho game, having to inflict penalties the olrlclalr of play oers of the the trip. Stnbbart made good his! rough playing. reputation in goal, playing a splendid! Pornle seemed to have e. decided game, and Carr and Toltor, finite lived edse over their visiting friends and np to advance notices. The first per-1 the final acnre was in favor of iod was marked by Can' shooting both] the home learn. eoali for the locals, the Hs.t. fanning nut. Van Orman in the beginning of. the second ran the puck clean through for a third, and Garrick towards the close netted another. AVith tho score 4 to 0 in Taber's favor, and the Hat, tnahle to break through the local do-j game which it is Imped, for the fence, thft officials evidently took a of good clean siiorlsmanshlp, will be tumble, Garrick. Taher defence man, tin: hist of like na'urc to he seen being: fenced for 5 minutes, the Hat upon Fernie Referee. Method scoring 4 tallies meanwhile. The Taher players had nil sorts of fouls them hy the Hat from this on, the Judge and referee Ignoring same. The first of the scored by the Hat sn offside, but protests Ijronght nothlnp. In tho last fifteen minutes, the puck hit. tho side of the bat the referee [supposing it went In. mng for another faceoff, in spite of contrary claims and the last was a plain olfuMe. However, the decisions Halted tke crowd, Taber fans being mbtmnt, tat a .lot of high words have the Dtory of the game, as jlren in detail, and plain descriptions of tss Tsrioas seals fouls would tadicaU a raw deal. Tills tallies well vlth tko now famous basketball game. The Hat team will be here shortly, 1C fee hoUl out. A twenty player hilllsrd game has fcten at the Veti Crab fo'f time, m frincifle at dlmta-i Babe Ruth. Bank Robberies. Boiled Rice. Blue Ridge. Bum't Rush. Bobby Roth. upon was perfectly fair throughout me Kiimn. and il'd his best I., shut out the rough ladies that so marred the gamo. .goal: Kirkp.itri.-k, M..Commons, defence: B. cen- tTT. Dlcken, right wing; Commons, left wing; Crnni. Wilson, subs. goal; Metier. Kay, defence: llanfortl, centre; dcn, right, wing; Bridges, left wing: St. liloy, Taylor, subs. But we wish him good luck. AYid we hopo he'I! arrive at his gohl! Oh, yes. They can learn. They said ot George Sialer. when he broke Into the big show, that ho might pitch or play the outfiald. but he could never become a first baseman, bec-anse ho always got his mixed. But yon don't hear anybody criticising 'ills firat-haeing now, do you? Tha flrst prize of for nine correct, goes to T. Ball, 340 7th Ave., Sunnyrilde. Calgary. Fifteen share the secsnd prize of each receiving for eight correct: C. R. Doe. Sr.. 113 16th St. city. P. Bulham, 2nd Ave. S., city. Thos. Taylor, Gen. Del., city. A. Causey, Natal. B. C. A. Smith, S820 1TB St. W. Calgary. James Findlay, Barracks, city. C. D. Batons, 612j1th St. S., city. W. McArthur, ISth St. .N. city. Hobt. Barrie, Cqjnmerce. Mrs. D. llilne, 817 Sth Ave. S, city F. Thornhlll, 621 15th St. S.. city. James Watson. Michel, E. C. F. J. Webb, city. T. Holiiday. 936 10th St. S.. city. R. Hall. T32 17th St. N.. city. Thirty-four guessed seven correct and will share the third prize of each receiving 40 cents. Fred Wood, Cardston. Fred Wood, Canlston. K. E. Pets, 312 16th St. N., city. o. Wakelen. 823 10th St. S.. city. II. Holberton, 271 7th Ave. A. S city. Henry Fyles. 1212 13th St. X'. city. James Findley. Barracks, city. Jarnea Findley. Barracks, city. James Findley. city. C. D. Baines. 612 7th St. A. Symons, C.P.R. station, Mucleod. A. Srmons, C.P.U. station, Maeleod. C. Westley, Kl 10th St. S.. city. W. Hutton, 418 12th St. C. N., city. G. Masson, 9th Ave. S., city. Tt. Masson, SIO Sth St. S., city. W. Fozard, 510 St. N., city. Howell Jones. Taber. .1. J. Thompson. 618 6th St. S., city. Thos. Morton. H9a 17th St N. city. A. Webb, 1802 6th Ave. A. N., city T. Walton, 609 12th St. B. N'., city Gen. Field. 161S Ave. A., N., city. 9 35 3S 23 Had to .Holl fancy Scorn To Do j Game Tic, Was Replayed Alter losing the itrst two games lo the Herald team hi the city ton-pin league, the Dominions came hack strong and rolled S94 for u tie gamo, dne to the good rolling of Maclean, who turned iu a score of 221. This necswituted bowling an eitra gamo to decide the winner, and 10 13 2o 48 20 the Herald won In easy fashion, which m 10 .17 c, ,c gave Ulera three Btl.alght gamea- The Herald gang were in top notch form last night and turned In the highest total ot the city league with English Divition total of 2670 pins. Prey was high P. W. P..A. Pts. I total for the night with 5S9. getting Derby County.. 23 Bradford 26 3 10 12 27 61 16 2 11 1! 21 ST IS 4 li 16 27 53 14 Krom Our Own C I TAKER. Fob. regard to cer- tain remarks by the Blairraore cor- respondent in reference to Saturday's game, we to. say that the Taber 1'olka have a very fe.eling for Blainnore. ;tmi especially for Captain Harbour, sinco tlie game, here' and the local puckchaaora have asked your reporter to extend their thanks for the pleasant reception accorded them while in BUirmore. The ban- quet was much enjoyed by Taber party, but the rush of local neifs hoe held mention ot the matter In the background, although the local! have frequently jogged our memory. The game was merited by clean play, and tho relations between the teams and citizens quite cordial, Birmingham Bristol City Cardiff City West Ham U... South Shields.. Blackpool ___ I Leeds United Notts County Notts Forest Clapton Orient. Port Vale ___ Bury Leicester City liotherkam C. Stoke Wolverh'ton W. Fulham Hull City Barnsley Sheffield Wed.. Coventry City.. Stockport Cnty. 25 1C 26 13 Co IS 511 18 2li 28 13 27 11 55 24 200 ill tho first and last game. Mtclcan was high individual with 221. Daisy Smith, 8th Ave. S., city. Syd. Wallis. City Police, city. K. Castles. 704 Uth Ave. S., city .T. T. Bariletl, 1607 1st N., city. G. Edwards. Mth St. N., city Cecil Johnson. 5th Am. S.. city Sirs. J. Payuc. Hi'3 3rd Ave. N. city W. Drurnmond, C2D Eth St. S., oity K. C. 1244 Ave. A. S.. city G. Ross. IC19 3rt Avo. N city Skiff. 25 9 26 10 W 9 36 10 36 S 28 8 23 9 2n 10 2.1 8 'M 5 31 17 34 B 37 21 S3 T 37 16 83 7 44 24 32 7 33 86 32 11 30 30 27 8 32 26 SB 8 85 29 2i 6 10 IT 31 7 10 Sr, 34 IS Tonight the Coca and Herald meet in a scheduled fame. scores: HERALD Evuns 148 189 llisler........ 184 MeNnbb....... 189 LAX METHODS OF "i TROTTING BODY ARE ROUNDLY CONDEMNED Jones Frey 151 203 139 180 183 182 503 540 539 4S9 M9 6 10 it! 34 SS 7 10 27 33 25 9 11 25 39 25 (i 10 32 27 24 4 11 32 36 21 710 2.339 23JDawBOU 11 9 28 35 6.10 10 26 28 K li 14 20 30 18 5 13 21 50 16 3 6 17 24 62 12 English Division P. W. D. L. F. A. Pts. Southampton ...25 12 9 4 43 19 33 Crystal Palace..26 14 B 7392433 Swlndon Town .24 13 6 5 51 30 52 MIU'oll Athletic.27 1-1 4 9 32 23 3S Watford......24 13 3 S 39 25 29 Queen's Pork R..35 12 5 8 41 23 29 Merthyr Town ..23 10 9 6 42 28 29 Luton Town ...2511 C 41 38 28 10 6 31 33 28 Swansea Town..2 Northampton ...26 11 4 11 34 42 26 Plymouth 5 15 5 23 19 Exeter City ...20 613 7303025 Bristol Rovers. JIB 10 4 11 35 38 24 Grimsby Town..25 9 Totals Brigga Hayes Maclean 883 893 DOMINIONS 169 15S 1B9 158 163 1CS ____ 173 124 150 174 S40 481 496 499 175 294 54o LOOKS AS IF BRANDON HOCKEY tEXTIT WOULD COP THE ALLAN CUP WINNIPEG, Feb. ten min- utes of overtime the Brandon seitet tonight took a strangle hold on the Manitoba hockey championship, when they defeated the Falcons by a score of u to 4. Although outclassed in the last Brandon, by the clever goal-tending of Stewart, man- aged to hold the Palcens in check and scored a lucky gos.1 In the overtime period to break-up one of the best ex- TORONTO, Feb. of time, failure to close entries on dates announced, employment cf unlicensed Btarters and other lax methods were condemned at the annual meeting of the Canadian Trotting association here yesterday. The Question ot sup- pressing time in a race was discussed the tnost warmly and instances were cited whore horses were allowed to race in lower dosses than they were entitled to. as a result of their actual time in certain races being sup- pressed. Directors elected included J. Stark, Edmonton and Fred. Johnson, Calgary. T. McGirr, Moose Jaw and Charles Wilson, Regina. British C. Brown, Vancouver. J. J. McKnight, reere of Tottcu ham, has been elected warden of Slmcoe Connty. PHONE Ul 6 10 29 35 24 hihltions of hockey soea liero for Newport County 26 10 3 13 30 42 23 long time Norwich City ..25 6 10 9 23 87 23 Brighton and Hove Albion ..28 Southern! United 26 S Portsmouth Brentford Reading Gillinsbam ,..25 ..26 ..25 8 11 28 41 22 4 14 25 38 20 9 10 26 28 19 7 12 85 43 3 15 28 37 19 7 14 23 55 15 I Hansers......20 25 Celtic......29 22 Ir iPartich Thistle..39 14 it tne competitor from Skiff win' Motherwell ..29 13 'urnish ns with hi i name his prize Third Lanark ..29 15 will be sent to him. Airdrieonians ..3013 Dundee........28 12 ..30 12 Scottish Lengui P. W. D. L. F. A. Pts. 3 1 70 18 B3 a r.6 20 -is 8 7 41 27 3S SO 38 33 Edward Haydon. of Brnnipton, years old, was instantly killed by u train at 410 FIFTH STRE1T CARPENTIER AND Copyright National Newspaper Service. IJUIHIUK Hearts Morton MORAN TO FIfillT llihernians _________ Aberdeen PARIS. Feb. n.-Terms for a fight between Georges t'arpentler. weight champion of ICurope, and J-Yank I R'' Moran of who IB now in I'ai-ls. to he held the Continen-1 iViHriri- tal sporting club of Paris, have been j Park Wblon Rovers BRITTON BEFORE BOXING COMMISSION FOR BREACH OF FISTIC ETIQUETTE VOItK' ck Britton. accepted by Jloran. Promoter Roth, I It is said, Is niCKting with some diffl culty in obtaining Curpcntier's lure to a coSitrjrt owing to the high j terms insisted unon. i Tho proposed date the bout i set for July H. NEW PRO. BOXER WINS BY KAYO welterwt-ight boxing champinn, today was ordered tn appear before the state hosing commission on Friday to ex- pin in a breach of fistic etiquette com- mitted Monday in his fight with Tftil Lewis. After protoiitrng against use by Lewis of a rubber tooth pro- i Iwtnr. Hritton became involved In a fight with one of the Englishman's seconds. Tho second, tho referee anil judges of the bout also have betn or- dered to appear. .j. SHAMROCK PLAYERS TO DISCUSS TRIP TO VANCOUVER fOK CUP MONTREAL, Feb. his. dobut as a professional tighter here !__________________ last night, Mos Hcrseovilcli. Canadian I ENGLISH CRICKET TEAM Ulympic amateur runner up for Ihc DEFEATS VICTORIA (Canadian welterweight nhaniploimhlp! out Eddie Harkins of Alhany in th second rouad of their scheduled 10 round bout, MELBOURNE, Feb. Associated English ci'it' kot team today Vlclorit urea Ticke'.t, MONTH HAr... Pah. Shamrock lacrosse players will meet on Friday to discuss prospective (rip lo the cifif coatt piny for the Mln- to cup In May. Con wnnts to know what they going to dn about the IIB has nn daposlt here to cov- er the expenses, ot the trip. Clydebanlc Jiainilton A. Kt. .MIITOII Duraharton 10 62 40 S 'J 51 Jl) 34 9 7 38 29 33 9' !i .18 ...10 10 12 8 63 38 11 7 11 -10 43 ...10 9 10 11 34 .15 2S F. ]0 10 82 54 26 ..HO Si ]IJ 12 34 4S TS 11. 2 Kl 36 dO 21 IS 33 46 21 7 10 12 33 49 21 7 !l 13 42 51 23 8 li 14 37 .71 14 11 31 22 (1 10 13 2S 22 37 17 r. 3 33 27 72 13 FRIEDMAN WINS LO1MSVILLE, Ky.. Feb. Friedman, Chicago, won tho decision over .loo Welling, also ot Chloigo, in a 12-ronnd houl, hero lust night. !Hoth men are lightweights. Smoke Stntht m pifM md "HERALD" Football Competitio THIS WEEK RULES ftOVEBNING' THE TlTfON ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. Tli.- competition win be tailed The Football Competition. 2. Cfimpftllloi'fl will bft lo us ninny entriert (is they Jcslru, provided each entry is accompanied by twentr- five centti, urid coupons t.j aum- bor of entries. f- niUKt crosa out tins nuinoH of the rtubs iliry think wilt and croKH out tho numca of itotli if they consider a draw will result. 4, CoupoiiM tan only bn secured from Sporting ot The Herald. 5. All niontt'H verfllvrd will be re- turned lo prUflB. Tlie amount nnd nf prizes will bn published ry Monday morning for tbat week's RpmiliH of will be puhllshftd eviniv Wediieuday and quM to nifwsutrul rornpotttni-R maHpfl on of riT-mntlwi jUhlftlin Newn. All must or to bri'ors miil- ht pn Mdftvji, A Friday jjoet- mnrk frotn nnlaldn of tbr city t will bp as Iftgltimatfi entry. 7. Thf: tnd Hddrmsi of Knpeiltnr muat be clearly marked an irrn 'iiiipiin. t. Rinmpa nbt for S. All rnnut Tip'nfVlreraei) to '-.r Kflifcr. Knothnll Competition, The Herald. Ifl. Hportinff Editor's decision '111 fintil. It. nf ari an'Rd from ENTRY FORM GAMES TO BE PLAYED SAT FEB 12TH. ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, MID NIGHT FIRST DIVISION Aston Villa vt Sundcrland. Burnley vt Derby County. Chelsea vi West Brom. Tottenham vs Maneheiter C. SECOND DIVISION Barnslcy vs Cardiff C. Hull ve Stok-. Port Vale vi Notts Co. South Shields vi THIRD DIVISION Exeter C. ft Grimnby. Gillingh.m vs Norwich, Plymouth vs Queens Park R, Watford vs Reading. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen va Clydebank. Albion R. vi Hibimlani. Falkirk vi Clyde. Hearts vs Motherwell, I enter the Herald FaotbaU Cam petition ia accordance with th rules and condition! above, and agree to accttrt th. J-------- as asal ij.ii ;