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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE MX THE LETHBRnXJB DAILY H1RALD KIHDAY. FEimUAKY 11. BRINGING UP FATHER BytMcMaBBs MC HO WILL WANT Mt TICKET- ow ex CLAIM THE 1831 IHTL PSATUIMI WHEN YOU'RE HUNGRY when you're not hungry, this, is the place to satisfy and please. THE SILVER GRILL TONIGHTS HOCKEY GAME HAS BEEN CALLED OFF; TOO MUCH RAIN IN CROW'S NEST COUNTRY shake the dice Teased from your eager paw? Fiitt Day There Is Ice Game Will i wonidst daily with the leaping bones 'iet i'ear no stringaat law? r Chaggell Watching Weather Above Forty for More Than Day. With wMthtr standing around to for toun or more in Blair- more conditions are such that it ii ImponlWc to play tenight's hoefciy between Lithbridge and Column. Water polio would be In order, uld Manager Chip- of the Blairmore rink. Yesterday It was raining In Blairmore and, this morning it was doing the same. The ther- mometer did not change more than two points all night How- ever the game will be played the first day there is ice In Blairmore. j "I'is can safely roll, And gayly try your Go get a hunting license, for j U lets you shoot a buck! jTiie pitcher writes the Manager i A note ot snip and _________ j Take First of Home and Home j Games for Southern Championship Blairmore Minus Three Regulars In The Madeod Game About the Ice in Bad Shape hockey match sail we must jive Mac- i leod the credit of having beaten that team urnier these circumstances. The weather seems to be against the Lethbridge-Coie-man game which j should be piayed here on FYlday night. I ar? surrounded on all sides by: darkly, water and slush and the weath-1 The liquid Ann tells how he has found and tamed A magic, matchlew curve. The manager in answer hiiiiti The curve can't be so And thus artistically checks The meditated touch! LOST COLORS Crimson drinks with yellow straws. The amber with the creamy top. Alluring green, seen through a glass white penned in the er changes very quickly the game will! square-faced bottle, be impossible. Well, Coleman has; The palish brown that held the been vesting up and L-ethbridge may i heather's tang. now be able to Jiave a longer rest. The brownish red that spoke of than the thoughtful league heads ar- j corn and rye. ranjed (or them at their last meet- GET FOOTBALL RESULTS INx.SPECIAL BULLETIN Owing to the growing inter' cst in the Saturday results ot tbe Old Country football the Herald will, on Saturday, put out a special bulletin on the games and also an tbe winner! of the contest. Every Satur- day the Hsraid is kept busy answering questions on the telephone, which it ii pleased to do, in regard to the foot- ball results. So this Saturday thin additional service will be given. MEDICINE HAT, Fell. Raymond basketball team, champions I of the. Southern Alberta league nosed out the locals at the gymnasium last i night in the first of home and horns! games for the .semi-finals for the pro- vincial championship. The visitors are nil exceptionally big buhch of men. completely out- classing the locals in this respect, but in all other respects the teams' were pretty evenly matched. j The locals started out with a rush j Rotes Fajied [o Appear For the and scored the first six points, und more than held their own during tbe j first half, leading at halt time by, 20-11. The visitors soon tied things i up in the second period and from then' on it was practically goal for gout, the Raymond quintette leading at the According to" a great educator, aev-1 (Viwrn Our Own Correspondent' BLAIRMOM, Fen. i lost Its third game of thn season ;it j Macleod on "Wednesday. This is un- IcrttmaW for toe Blairmore team as a whi for them would have meant a; cinch of Herald-Journal Clip and far as they were concerned, a close! tbe Crow League games. AB it la they will have to piny another hard fjljne with the winners of the Lettt- bridge-Coleman game. However. Blairmore is not going to Knuoal. We are not even going to tell. of the almost impossible condition of j the stranfQ rink at Macleod. covered with dirt und water, nor of the ab- through sickness, of three of rneir nun including Rhynas who has mado a name for himself as one ot the best goal-keepers in toe league. Turner Its hard-to-beat defence and Scott, taMtaspensable as a sab. One BUirraore Intermediate! j took Hlrvilej' place in the goal and did very well hi! play I wnnot be oonpond with what Hhynai' wtjuld hare in thai position, j goals certainly woold not i navt got paat bim. j llowevpr we sent, a team down and' Maeteod insisted on a game although the See was in no condition for a Lethbridge will certainly uead all the rest they can get as it will be a hard old game if they would beat Cole- man on the Blairmore rink. The Macleod Story (From Own Correspondent) You will never know how many MACLEOD. Feb. Blairmore bags of golfsticks or hovr many chiki- hocUey team visited Macleod on Wed-: ren there are in this world till you neslday night, and played a fast and ride north on a train from clean game. A big crowd witnessed nor how the aisles ol' a-Pullman can the game, ami all were of one mind be clnttered with both of them? tnat the best team won, and that It I was the best match that has been play, eci on the Nest Pass line. Gume Last Night on Soft Ice The KIIO.X juniors were presented with the City League cham- pionship last night by the Rotarians. runners-iip, when the cot wheelers failed to put in an appearance for nnfati by 33-32. It was the fastest and closest game 6nty per cent of people lact inielii-l seen here in years, a hard game for gence. If It wasn't for that, how would the locals to lose and a good one for j the Knox-Hotes the rest or us live? i the visitors to win. Until twenty minutes before the j For the locals, Hildenbrand. Nib- the game was to start, every- lock and Wilson each registered 10 thing was O.K. But during the re- pohHK. the extra two coming from free roaming twenty minutes the Rotes throws by Hildenbrand. Connors and j decided have the game called ETERNAL TRIANGLES IS SOFT ICE But First Day Was Woods and Moores in Finals The pitcher, catcher and batsman. Two on base and a weak hitttr up. Bcxer, manager aiVd promoter. Two on and Babe Ruth approaching with a thick stick. Three strikes. Hook, line and sinker. Two wrestlers and the public. Your pay check and two pristine billi. One pedestrian and two holdup men. Some batsmen's attempts at biint-i ing remind you of a Chinaman trying I to play lawn tennis with a natircn. j Better a single with the bases full) than a triple none on and two I down. I Goode constantly proved stumbling block! to tbe Raymond forward line. Meldrum got 14 point's for the visit- ors. Fairbanks Fisher II and Walk- er 4. The teams were as follows Stevens, Fisher, Fairbanks and Mehlrum. Medicine Connors, Wilson, Hildenbrand and Nihlock. The return game will he played itl Raymond a -week from tonight. THE Winiiup all the mor I ovrom Our Own i COLEMAN, Feb. bonsuiel j started sharp at a.m. The ice j I in good condition. Everybody was! prepared fora good time. The ladies arrived with their sandwiches and Preliminary boxer: rakes and the coffee was on the stove.' dues all the fighting t It had thu atmosphere of a big family j money. reunion. The games were keeuiy con- i l tested. The ice began to get soft tht' day wore on. By one p.m. the crowd of FAR EXTREMES boxer: A fellow gets ney and no fighting, j Teams Put Spirited Game on Soft Ice Un with the consent of their manager. .jThia agreement the church crew would not accept, claiming that be- cause' a team did not have their men out was no reason for calling a game twenty minutes before the faeeott un- der the pretext of soft Ice it seems that the Juniors are follow- ing in the footsteps of in regard to protesting Counting last night's game a win for Knot the standing now is Won. K.UO.T............ 4 'i Hotes I High Schooi 0 There is one more game to play but lie above standing will likely be un- iped oat from tie ig lait i night's game Knoi wins the Cham- piouship of the junior league for the season of 1920-21. This ii the second successive year that the church boys have done this with practically the same team. p above standing likely L II affected as it Is pretty dopi I: fact that the Rotes will win fro i U U students' sextet. By taking fellow who1 fSucd.il to The Hcraifl'i and gets noj FEIINTK, Felt. 10, The continued sofL weather suoilr-d the ice for the curler.? in the bonspiei last Debate as to the greatest pinch- 1 night and the rain today has odder] to of all time has been going on I the softrnvsy of Mio ice so thnt it may j The Brand of Battery Quality BT thi> Imnd on the battery you will recognize tbe Threaded Rubber Bat- iinti-room lin vith much spirit and vivacity. How :il sidewalk, tin? j about Bill Dahlcn? Was them ever a HOCKEY RESULTS crowded with onlook- Bar this brartH End you will ft the ontr Uttery that is frte from the familiar wood- xynxtor troubles, expensive re- ptacement, catbonizing, perfor- ating, checfciog and craclrinfc. The WUlard Thresded Rub- ber Battery is the only battery that can be shipped and stocked absolutely bone no de- terioration. Drive in and 'get acquainted with Wiltard Service. Ask about Threaded Rubber In- SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7TH ST. SOUTH LETHBRIDCE, ALBERTA. PHONE 616. Willard Batteries The 5 p.m. draw decided the The rinks running into ilie jewelry were: .1. U. K. Allan. Dr. Olivier and S. .Woores. Tn the Allnn lost to Wooihi atiti Dr. Olivier to Moore.s. j j The. lariicH were kept busy all day j i .-erving the curlers with cofl'ee and) i The soft ice und tbe difficulty of get-j ting the. "rocks" up were the cause of more dangerous batsman, with stuff- ed bases in the ninth, than Bad Bill? time bin'ure the curling can be resumed Sudbury 6: North Bay 4 Bmsport lovers v.-ere not wlthmtt! BAY. Ont Feh. U.-Sud- consolntioii. The Waldo ladies hockey i bury defeated .North Bay m a O.H. club came un to meet their hcre by opponents on home Ice and though I a it rather sloppy the voting ladies put up a sniritcr! game for the ocll- fieatiou of the crowd that tttrnotf o'tlt to nee tbe, battle. Jt was a return game. Fernie visited AVuklo Long Schedule Announced For Tuxis Squares The L'irit (ante in the Tim's Basket Ball between Ku Kim Klan and Coaldale I.a Premier rtaulted in i a win for the Kn Klui Klan of j ley church. The score the first period was 8 to i and the final score wii 18 to 16. The 'Coaldaia lads made the Wesley boys hop' for it and they were six points ahead five miuutes before time. Then' played a star gome, (ot bin Klan together ana dashed down the floor and they scored three baskets in an equal num- ber ot minutes. About one minute be- fore time Wecley scored their final basket. Both tre very evenly match- ed although Coaldale had the benefit of the weight which they certainly used. Coaldale put up a great figbt for the and deserve commend- ation. They will certainly maka tha other teams in the league hums for it. stars for Coaldale were D. Baldwin and Hart, (or the Klan, Ham- ilton and Sandqufst, although all the players certainly played good basket ball. The score by players: La Baldwin. 4; B. Baldwin. '2; Peterson, 4; Tiart, S; Ortinwald. 0. Total, 16. Ku Kim 2: Ham- ilton, 6; Sandquist, 4; Livie, 4; Bur- nard, L'. Total, 18. Games in the league will be played every Wednesday and Friday even- ings at in the T. Below is the schedule of the league: Wednesday, Keb. rg. Ku Klui Klan. Friday, Feb. vs. Ducea. Wednesdaj, fab. vs. Ce Ca Nao Ceisa. Friday, Feb. TS. Nobtissoble. Wedneiday, i'eli. Klui Klan TI. Friday, Feb. Meteors. Wednesday, March vs. Ce Ca Nao Cessa. Friday, March it. Meteors. Wednesday. March KluT Klan vs. Ce Ca Nao Ceasa. Friday, Merch TS. Duees. Wednesday. March Klui Klan vs. .N'oblisioble. Friday, March TS. Ce Ca Nao Wednesday. March Klui Klan vs. Meteors. Friday, March Ca Xao Cessa TS. Noblissoble. Wednesday. March vs. Duces. Promoters Could Not Live Up To Frenchman's De- mands PARIS, Jeb. Morn of Pittsburg, now in Paris, who recently accepted for a fight with Geor- ges Carpentler, heavyweight cham- pion of Europe, to. bo held baton tbs Continental Sporting Club of Parii, his glTen up the Idea ot meeting the French fighter, so tar an the contem- plated Paris bout is concerned, tha terms demanded by Carpentler'i man- agers being such that the promoters were unable to meet them, they state. Koran left Paris this morning for St. Moriti. RICKARO WANTS COMPLETE CONTROL: NEW .YOHK, Feb. Hick- ard anneflneed today he had arranged for the Immediate transfer to him of the interests of Chan. B, Coehrau and Win. 'A- Brady iu the proponed Uenipsey-Carpentier champlonablv match, TO OFFICIATE AT JAW WINNIPEG, Feb. Welds will be the ouly local hockey official to go from here to Moosejaw to offlci- ate in Friday night's game with Re- gina. It was itated today that both Jack Hughes and Billy Breen are viable to leave the city. r> Smoke rniHli merriment and kept the inter- i crowd in great humor. The iMirlurs 1'elt it was work of the hardest kinii. but they would not quit. Tlie day a pronounced HUCCGSH ami wan one or the most sociable gath- erings that has been lieki for a long time. The lin.itls in Hie main event v.-il! lm made on the (''insolation competition.' The horlicy Imyri are. all ready tori the fray at Blalrmurc. They say it is i "The inurried life of Helen und Warren" is a great it has now been running manuscript years longer. 1HT years and on ha ml to fep enough It Home fellows are the grand piano ut a vaudeville being rolled on and off the staae. (Copyright National Newspaper Service.1 to be the third time and he some game. ijni. tht'y ur nink of condition ami will through, it will in the it PROFESSIONAL SKATERS j GATHER FOR BIG MOOSE JAW 'SPIEL, MOOKW .TAW, Feb. thirty- Hovcn outside riulis and L'U lot'al akipfj entered, the 17th annual bou- spiel of thn MooHG-Jaw curling club ;it four o'clock this afternoon. entriOK in prospRt-t should thw nor turn cold, vlll bring tlie total vnr i-cvcnty. and einuo victorious. in the pHrY.il Ferule forced the, nlayinp: i-rA Mi-.-; Dra'fron made, the first score In 10 minutes1, followed by .Miss made tho second score in twr-ive niituites'. There wy-.; no scoring in the. second period. Waldo massing nboiii. tlieir goal ami putting up such a defense that Fernie f nnli! not break aeain ?coreil first in the thin! perimi in eight, mi'iutcs. fol- lownd by whu payse'l 't' every V.'aldo player and over] Mrs. Lund at tbe KOitl. Miss Pchaglc made tlie lasl. (illy for in eleven minutes. Score, Fernie lip 0. Rod McLeod referee aiul i i fjtiito severe with Mis3 Kiohardson, puttins her cm (he fence twice for an j di: alleged atlempt al tripping. Plan World's Hockey liOSTON. Feb. 11. Competiiion similar to lhat conducted at the Oljni- pic for the world's amateur ic'; hocliey championship will be held here next winter, it was announced lust night. Invitations for an elimination scries to by played here will bti ner.T. to Can- England. France, Xonvuv, Czfjc rui -Slovakia und othoi' H. it is Virginia it bltndtd ty txptrti PMONB 410 FIFTH AT WESTERN 'SPIELS fivi! over I'iilllii'irllton, Xiiw UruriKWick Mockiiy for AR10N GUY PURCHASED t'UJVKj.AS'n, Feb. (juy. trotter of lias been purchased by H. K. m tlrts city, according to ,-iivicim I'rum Tliomnsville, (la. Last the won five of Bii simts on Hie grand circuit, finishing Hie Benson by winning rtin Kentucky The ganu: was; a good humored one front start to tinisli tile ladies set the iioyV an in how to be real Thn linc-lin: I Fernie. Waldo. i liual Miss Nelson Mrs. Luudp i Point Schagle Miss Peterson Cover Miss Kichard.MHi Miss Henderson Wing Misu McKay Miss Itammcll llifs 0. Koss fen ire MiHS Dragon Miss E. Ross After the guino, players were Hie ricliMi slako oJ the entertained at supper at the Northern ytuir. Tlio jricn wis uol Hotel, and everybody was wall pleas- iniinit public, t'.'J, (it evrninc's eierclte. EDMONTON BONSPIEL CUMOXTOX, Fed. rinks aelie.-l the jewelry c-uise in the bon- in t'uo o'clock lira1.'; morll- icp'ortri in 1'rom liiC: rionj rinks :--''oi-fjy ii-it'oro noiin liiiiarlcivs showed I'll'.-- il tin; jewelry class. The Royal Cap- ital. (Jranite rinks ail liave one rnpr.---.-ritativo among Hi-? early priz'! Sam Savage, of Calgary, ;h.: only unbeaten rink in (lie 'spiel. southerner! were not drawn nioriilus and main- tained tlieir unblemished record. WINNIPEG BONSPIEL WJNMI'IfG. Fell. uf Htomic, wiis the only Saskatchewan rink in the mimiinK draw of the locn.1 '.spiel today, aiul he was eliminated from the Th'catre competition by Itonaghuu, .Manitoba, "ALWAYS" SCRATCHED l.O.N'DO.V, Feb. As- jociatetl the grand uitloqal favorite, him been ncrttehed-1 "HERALD" Football Competition THIS WEEK GOVSRNING THE COMPE- TITION APE AS FOLLOWS! Tlie competition will be .-ailed Football 'j; Competitors will entltleii to as many c.ntries an tiiey di-slre, provided each entry is aci by twenty- flvq and coupims to tlio Bum- Iti-r of enti-ina. niimt cross out of the clubs think w.il and Cross cut (he names of hotU consider a draw will result. 4. Coupons can only be secured from Hi-1 Sporting Patre of Tlic Herald. r. Alt monies rucotvMl will lie re- nun nd In prizes. Tlio amoniit anil r.nnibort) of wit) be published Monday inorninj; for [hat weck'y be every and lo competitors will on rrceipt of ('inrtirimtlon ijy tlie D. M1 entries must iie pnnlcil or ilc- livi'fd to Th" Herald bpl'oi-o niid- nl-rltt on A Friday post- mark from pninvn city of will consiili-rcil A3 cnnlaiiitiiff H entry. 7.- nnmt stnrt address of competitor must cltariy marked on caf-h ronpnn. 5. Pffnnp11 not lie iifd as uay- for All must lo Kd'.tor. Foofhali Coraputllion. The tU-ralrt. ThR TJ'IItor's rieciak.n will hf tinnl. 11. Hmploynfs of Tlic art Aarred from ENTRY FORM GAMES TO BE PLAYED SAT., FEB 12TH. ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, MID- NIGHT FIRST DIVISION Aston Villa vs Sunderlsnd. Burnley vs Derby County. Chelsea vs West Brorn. Tottenham vs Manchester 6. SECOND DIVISION Barnsley vs Cardiff C. Hull vs Stoke. Port Vale vs Notts Co. South Shields vs Wednesday. THIRD DIVISION Exeter C. vs Grimsby. Gillingham vs Norwich. Plymouth vs Queens Park R. Watford vs Reading. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aberdeen vs Clydebank, Albion R. vs Hibernians, Falkirk vs Clyde. Hearts Motherwell. T enter tbe HeraM Football Conv petition 'in accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, unri agree to accept the pub- lished decision as final aud legally binding. Ad ;