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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta i'AGE SIX THfc LET1IBK1DGE DAILY HbK MO.SDAY, FKimUAUY II, 1021 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus E'J I'M COUNT VALET AND VOU ARE MR I QELIEVE. RI6MTO' LI-oTEN -I'OU PflCM" f'V MO'J'O AM' 'oV, Hi; COUNT 10 COMC vola-: AM THINK IT ._ L'jvt! I k1 "111ERE I'J Tfc'rs IN IT i.' L0'; V-1 i" I -cvgy --A HE COUNT OE COUI-Xits'o o "TOO TO CONC r-o-ShT i o do OUT TONIGHT OUT TO I'LL CO %--V----S> CXX mo (T WHEN YOU'RE HUNGRY when you're not hungry, this is the place to satisfy and please. THE SILVER GRILL LETHBRIDGE-COLEMAN GAME MAY BE ON WEDNESDAY, WITH NEXT GAME CALLED ON FRIDAY twr g Lire THE MEN WHO ARE CONDUCTING WINNIPEG'S 33RD Go After Big ANNUAL CURLING CARNIVAL PUBLICITY in Trojan days, or Greece's glorious Blairmore Management Thinks Ice Will Be Fit for Play j have tromuudous usi r i -i i, r c> n i n u ill en. on of Snow There Crowd Wanted from Lethbridge. Able to take Jack Denipsey in Hut. sad to had no Two games of hockey this in the Crowd's Nest Hockey League is the aim of the manage- ment of the league. Two feet of snow today cover the rink at Btair- more with slush ice underneath, but the manayement of the rink thcrir hope to have ice ready by Wednesday. So the present plan is to play the Coleman-Lethbridge game on Wednesday and if the weather permits the first of the home and home games for the championship wlil be played on Friday between the winner of Wednesday's game and Blairmore. Don't forget Lethbridge wants a big following in Slairmore when- ever this game is played, so be ready to take a quipk notice and go to Blairmore. Lethbridge has got to defeat Coleman to have a chance at the championship and the Coleman game is not going to be the easiest thing on the map. So the team will need all the en- couragement possible. Our diamond game, uereliauce, was) played at Babylon, When.; Daniel's lions -had their dread-! 1 rul den. j [And they had stars to Make Babe Huth look a had no papers then! t E OF RIFLE NIEEIS of struggling rifle cluhs. As u nailoual sj'ori it seemed to be doomed. Happily, the awakening has come liefore it was too fate. A really ser- ious attempt is now being made to Mohiunmed knew tile value or" a liorse i And kept some sixty racers in his I A Uuzen faster than Miiu O' __ I But what's the use? They had no apei's tllen! ity's the greatest tiling ou earth- bygone centuries, back when none knov.'s when. ial where all the champion- ship contests will be decided. To this lend alt the branches ot the King's; forces, including the representatives lot" Cunadii and Australasia and South i 'Africa, are to assist In drawing uu j the programme. This "wider control- i ling; interest will go a long way to Next Bislev Meet Will Decide 'remove the dissatisfaction which has j -n im-vitiied among many supporters of! (_ hampionsmp Ot all iiisley meeting, who regard the British Lands 'lalssez faire attitude of tho council i pvith some concern, because, if. much1 lunger persisted in, it must have LOM'OX. Jan. (By mail. Can-1 meant the natural death of a great adiau Associated institution. to a special correspondent of the j IMorning Post.' if. has been decided i greatly to widen the program of the next National Riflo Association Moot- i ing at Bislev. The writer speaks of a creeping j" paralysis which had come over the. j management of the meeting. I v Interest in shooting in this country don't had no pa- then! Left to right, top row Or. J. A. MuTavish, member of the M.C.A. council; Aid. Thns. Boyd; Oliver, of ice room; T. Wilson, of ice room; K, C. Stacey, superintendent of ice room; M. Peterson, immediate past president of .Manitoba Curling Association; A. Andrews, member of M.C.A. council; Fred Ferguson, uf Ice room; R. Cameron, of ice room; Malcolm Campbell, member of M.C.A. council; (I. Bradley, of ice room. Front McDiarmid. member of M.C.A. council; Fred Palmer, secretary of Manitoba Curling Asso- ciation; Aid. John OTIare. president of Manitoba Curling Association; AV. blvansou, chainnan of the li nance com- mittee; C. C. Chishohn, chairman of the ice committee. These men pilot play and superintend, Winnipeg's Silrd annual bonsptei. o TONIGHT The Ciants and Herald are Hchoduled to bowl in the city (en pin league at I. HI BOYS IN LEADOFY1CA I Money; Contest Becomes Larger i ___________________ i One Hundred and Twenty-Five i Dollars Will Be Divided I Among Fans This Week 'I'lie of the Herald's J'ootbull competition, is very gratified to that tiie prize money [or this j wctiU has jumped to This is I forging u he ail and it is the? hope 01' j the management that the prize money will continue its upward, trend every week. To jump from to in one week is a record that is enviuble. On Saturday a. bulletin of footbali results was posted at the front ol the and proved a hig drawing curd. Manv old footlmll fails came to see it and to take, down records of it. This bullet iu will be con- tinued. This week's coupon covers with tin- L'njjlish cnp ties, as well as other i games. It isn't IOIIK ago that the hope wa? expressed that, the prize money j would go to this season. With two months still to go. and jumping j at the rate of a week now. i will more likely lie the final roosting j place. That will bo a nice jumping- off figure for next winter. Thomas Silk, To. is in jail at Troy, i N. V iiix'U.-itfd of battering to death i his brother, ayed SI. vanished and faded from the earth: Keno and Faro. Where, oh, where, can you find games of the old frontier today? And what ttory of Bret Marie's time was complete with- out picturesque settings of a faro HOCKEY RESULTS Ride Competition Will Be Con- ducted Bv Cable SKATING TONIGHT diminishing, and the Canadians i went home son-owing, as riflemen jv without hope. For some time ominous clouds had collected. But the war profoundly changed the old order of! things as to presage the imminence jv of disaster to riiic shooting in this j i-ountry. apart from the compulsory j musketry course, the military rille shooting meetings, and the Uebtr has good ice ui. the rink again. The siuiw has all been cleared away and a new sheet, made. The band bo on deik. and a merry crowd of nkateiv. _ or a keno game? NEW BOOKS RECEIVED j "The of Wild Wo v by Heza Mirk. S "Flint Hearts As I Have Found v by Kid Glcason. "Twelve Years in Joke Land" by Frsd Merkle. "Going, Going, by Buck HerzoQ. "A Peaceful World, or No Place to Fight a collaboration by J. Demp- sey and G. Carpenter. "Where Volleys by Um- pire Harrison. wSSK First Prize Second Prize Third Prize RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS; I. The competition -will be called The Football Competition. Competitors will lie entitled to a.i many entries an they desire, provided each entry is iiccomya'-icd by iwenty- live ccuiu. ;inti tuupoas to ihe num- ber of entries. 3. Competitors must, cross uut the ruiincs of the clubs they tliinlc will ioso and cross out tho names of both if they consider a, draw will result. Coupons can only br scoured t'ruin j Sportins 1'age of The Heralil. j A1J monies received will Ijo re- 10 prizes. The amount and of prizes will be published every Monday morning for that week's of will published every Wednesday and 1 to will be mallerl Immediately on receipt ot i-onflrmation by the Athletic News. 6 Ml entrips must hn posted or i a Each man will fire twenty shots, a belief was substantiateil score of 200 beinR nossfble for each baikliue king took I.'ee.toue Khontpr. Oxford will uso the service familiar to Canadian in- with Morris tuheu. Vale will use the Winchester part in an exhibition team three-tush-1 Cuscadden ion mutch. Iloppti's team won the I match, iiue chiefly fo the excellent angle playing oC Willie. He made a Iiigh run of seven, and that without I r Excellent at Three Cushions Jird Tot PRINCE TO ATTEND BANQUET LO.VDOX, Feb. Prince- of Wales has promised to attend the hi re well banquet which the Pilgrims will give to the retiring United ambassador, John "W. Davis. 424 4'Ji 1371) j BADMINTON CONTEST on Sat-, Tloppe's friends lielifve that if he unlay with Montreal capturing- the nitcil "10 tlirce -cushion crown Toronto trophy by winning two Kames s U hc "i" uf dpuhlos for ludira tiiree games of Haven. and three, team in winning tho international i matches in and 1920. O filters oi" the Dritish and l.'ri States itrmioa will act as referees m i (he inaHiPB in Otfinl and NVw in tvory stylo of play, men s doubles and tour jrtimes of mat. neb tjxm.ii dim one time Aifmio do Oro. th'.- douhh-s. whilf K' __________ __ an (-hallengod IIoppo tu IhrcM KJMDPH ;r ihnit'-c.ushion coniest. but tho dial- i SHIUO of men's doubles Ii'iisc i-amu to naiiKht. DC Oro of mixt-d duublvs. time WII.H In his jirime as an exponent f of the ililliculL unglo [POULTRY AT BRANDON IS "If Monpe waiitPd to apply himself OF EXCELLENT QUALITY !o three I ym nonvincoil that, BHAN'OOX, Feb. nt the WILI, SOAK JOK JACKSON INCOME TAX ON HIS S. r., Feb. Jackson, former Chicago White Sox outfielder, may liav BAND TONIGHT SKATING 8 TO 10.30 Admission 35c and 25c PHONE 1849 lir could hold liis nun apainst the jirovinciai poultry simw OXIHJCI. lo j- moat csxpprt In the country.. finish placing- loniRhf.j and prubattly iheni." said one Owing to the nmjillor acooinniudatioii m: Kept iia is soHes ifsS a'- is s" bulkllne In nuniDors. is inmln nre th, j n] iiitorney. who him .__ Smoke Tliuy are ulliins aliuia i.-llarglug I iuri'H by wiiighi. li over ROCS! tliroiiHli. Hlil Kdwarda, Wllbarl Rob- ins'jii. .Maclyii Arbuckle. Irvin Colib. j Dor: Kroiut. and sundry other celebri- ties have to choose botween re- ninining al. IIOIIIG or fining bankniiit. C-ul-'yriijlit Xationu! ntnlni'il pai'Emnnt otTu UlX OU tllO STtHIIO was a sion. Jlr. 1'rir Hi liu-lurln llui inconin i'i reccivctl n xninpl. 'niiiHcI liy Jiit-Uson. !D jnrouio iniiilv after Jncknon 'il to !KIV.. macli! Ills mllfi-s- Miiil. JaclvF.on fiitlcil lln-n. flalminx that i' n uif't. and was ihcn-- l.'nllnd Hlams Irons. any oi' liiK thiic Jllay. l-'ur Iliis 1'i'nnt takiilK jmi'L ury officials view ii ditrt'rnntly. KILLED IN AUTO CRASH llhcr style-, uf i 'lasjl I" hns r-frnin-! I'- n many public hoivi'vnr, iilayoil tiie riishlnns. lie nan. II" iuifl pnrHunal ainusn- U agai f'urrie (.'iirrulheiM or main honors. smart. n-ad Dr. Ilijtinvell, u'ai-fls. 'I'lle w ItlKTi- ill HIM iin'hido A. Sinltli Put tip in all nixed maker, and says thai Hoppe "f Tl'5'lfer. Knsk. j lias made Kovunil snlistantiul runs HiiiBlu coa-.h .I. ecu-oral tiling fxcc-c'illiig the pteaeni ''avli's of inailr prai'tii ally; i-urorcl or IS ami uinic riinnliis il i PHONC 606 TOUO.VTO. Cathar ino S'nyder of l.ambton Mills wus Iclllcd yoEtcrrtay whnn nn atitu. which was rirlvins in this clly, crashed lias also plnycil pocket hll- I Hards for relaxation and (r, break the monotony of toiitinual balkline iirae- tiee. KeeBiitly he played pocket bli- Hards in private and on liis lirst turn at tho table ran more- than 30 bulls before Iio missed, la thla way Huppe jrovsd lo tliust- vhv luvq J i, uu In the rose comb A. Illbson (il ilefiiila ilm ol' HralHloti were the npportuniij iviinunji iiis work in privalo thai ho CUM nlay and n-oll any tame! iilayeil'on a ulilu. <10 FICTH STREtT ;