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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JK 31 TUT? i nurv J I1U 1 TUESDAY. FEBRUARY .17. 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER I >v G. McManus I ASI I KlCE I.COKINS 1 TO THt FHONT I OOOSV CARPENTIER SIGNS TO ..MEET DEMPSEY like a cooper around a barrel, and al- though Krtlo is a good boy in his class the boy from across the. ocean made tho American look cheap. Krlle hat] a hunch of "Chaws" In his corner who talked to him loo much. the was his chief adviser The former is as big and looks like his nickname, notwithstanding that he was a champion once and by dint o fast living went over the hill at lho ago ct 23. He has nothing in his head now but his glorious past and Is a poor adviser for his brother. "I saw Wilde and Pal Moore bailie In London and 1 Ihink Wilde in his present form belter lhan ho was In England. Ha has a belter color and Can You Pick 7 The Winner? PIANASPEW Have you in your guess oa the winner of the CnpJ Only three days remain, for the entries will close on Friday at midnight, or first mall Sat- urday morning for tho country. You hrtve a chanco lo win the first pritu uf 525.00 by naming the winning team and the number ol goals that team scores. A great number figure t'.ial the win- ner of tho great game between Aston Villn and Sunderland will ho the win- ner ol tho cup, whilo others favor Car- diff, Plymouth Argyle, lluddersficld, etc. favor Tottenham Hot- spur on account of Us great record in the second division, or Chelsea. Of course, this is only street talk and will not win tho Kntry forms will cov.nt, and theae will not be cd until the close of the competition. Don't bo late and say, "I knew that team would win." Fill up the entry form and drop It in lo the Herald of- fice today, interest in the "Final" is greater (ban ever. All tho seats are sold at this early date, and the record of forty special trninc from the North looks like being eciipaed. When Lethbridge Goes Down to Meet the Browning Hoopers The "Y" boys have made arrange- ments to get a special train to Cards- ton to see the big Browning game, bul they must get a crowd to go from hern before they will take chances 6? signing up for tnei train. The train will leave here about 4.30 and get back tha next morning about 4 o'clock and the fare will he jnst tho same. it's up to the people to get liasy wllhin the next three days and if they can go kindly let one .of the basket- ball bays know. On Friday of this week a big game wilt -be staged here between Medicine Hat find tho "Y" team. The Hat is also bringing up a second team and you may ho sure of a good evening's enlertainmenl. Tho boys think thai All you have to do is lo write few more could turn-mil to the games and give the boys a little more support. Don't forget Ihe dale, Frl day, Fen. 20. the accompanying entry form your name and address, Ihe team you pick to win, and the number of goals that leam pcores in.the final game. Easy isn't It? Just fill up a form and see how close you can get to the correct result, and how close'you can get to'the prize money. Is offer- ed for. first for the second. Ihe same to bo increased nc- Hockey Results ESKIMOS 6, WANDERERS 1 EDMOSTON, Feb. CURLING YVINNIPEGj'SPIEL KtK and ex- citing, finishes v'cre again the order of the day in the opening games of the second week's curling.- in Winnipeg's bonsjulcl. All the oiwh competitions are well advanced, while the S o'clock draw this'ev'eniDg'will rosult in sU rinks being .taken pat to the eights of tho Dingrtail'trophy evenl. Elmer Whytc. ot meets Smith of Ihe local Granite rink, in this draw, while Cummer, of Ke'ewatin.'ouo of Ihe, uu defeated skips'in.the open events, am strongly in. Ihe running for lho grand aggregate, opposes Hallock, also ot Ihe Granites. In llic morning draw today, Whyle, of Dululh, entered the thirty-twos of the Walkc-rTheatre competition, scor- ing a vicfory'ovcr Shaw of Ihe local Klmwoo'd -club, H to 10. He meels Giliespie of the Granites at 4 o'clock this this brent. Bob Dun- bar, Evclytfi; Jlinn., was eliminated from the I'nrlly Flour challenge tro- phy when liickle of The Pas, met and defeated him, 10 to 8, for the right lo CRfcr the thirty-twos. The nice rink, ot Torouto, missed skip this-morning In their ganio Eddie Bsrgcr JM Ftenstdn CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT. Country Trips r.SjMciilty Phone 1855, Offtas 9., Lethbrldge, Alberts. Ride In a Sjscl.i, !t cotti no more. with the local Gran- ites, tho latter 10 to C, in the game for Iho right to'enter the thirty- twos of the Purity' Flour challenge trophy competition, r'Sincdonald, of Fort elite red the thirty-twos of the Purity Flonr event, scoring an easy over Wallace, of Emer- son, 17 to 4. McLaugnlm, of Kenora, lest to Fraser, of Gilbert Plains, 3 to 12, in tho Sir John Eaton trophy. In the Lieulehant-Oovcrnorfs .cup Pierspn, pi Brandon, won from uMcDougall, of Ites has four or five pounds. 1 consider that if Wilde is licked by asy I cording to nwiuer of .entries. By the Baker saved Hie Olagary Wanderer ton. 11 to'S, while-Cobbe, of Kqmsack hoy near hts weight It will b3 because I lhf .coming In. it Is completely shut out b> Wss IxocV.cd out' of. Purily'Flour the oilier 'toy Is Ihe heller. In his L'3 incrp.-scd fivc minnlea before Hie game present condi'lion he con have no ex-la your.guess loj ceded and Ihe Eskimos have a safe cuscs. He is alroady a greal favorite Hhe I'dJtor Fooihsll Compotlhoa, The in the here, his natural modesty nnd in at the husi- living being new stuff.' The flower brigade on this side travel I teams'remain to ivi'.ri n brass.band. -Wilde travels as the result of the with hla 'o-.vn wife, who is a clean-cut, I third round on the irist., eight of eitremely well-behaved, good to Tlook these .will be, Semi In at type ol an English girl. She oc-jyouf guess right away. Feb. ft 13am moving picture and theatrical man, said tonighl that ho had received a cable ff 't trom M. manftgei' of Georges Carpen- ft th'e French heavyweight champion, accepting an offer for Carpentier to engage in a world's heavyweight champion. ship 'Contest for the heavy- weight championship witb ft v1 Jack Detupsey tn America July ft told undir positive gunnntce-of will be cheer- fully refunded, wilnout question, if you are n5t satisfied after 10 days trial that It will do all claim. You are made the Judge.' You risk nothing. THE CANADIAN GA3 SAVING DEVICE, SOt.0 SY telianical Garage Corner Fourth Ave. ani) Third Street South Letfibrldge Phona 1150 ;