Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD NOWISTHEHMETO GET RID OFYOUR SECOND HAND FARM MACHINERY-USE SOME SPACE IN OUR COLUMNS AND REAP THE BENEFIT ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS CURLING No Meeting Last Depends on Attitude of Miners Ball Club The meeting between tho L. A. A. A. and the city commissioners called for last night did not como off, hav- ing been can celled. This meeting was CalUd to consider the application of th? football league for the exclusive The Wright Shield, tho big compett- (ion of tho year Is creating great lu- tcrost among tho fraternity. I'eut and Cm-berry arc already Into tho fours. The games last nisht resulted in a win Tor Dr. Campbell over Greenway and Carberry over Nelson. Duff won from Crawford. Tho, Colts competition has seven en- TAKE WESLEY tries and two games wjll bo played Hoop Ciume Resulted in Score tonight. The final In the Brewery has also to bo played thin evening. The draw being; Thursday McKabb vs. Campbell Duff vs. Hamilton Brodio vs. Pilling MacKay vs. McLean Aird va. Peat Tho other game In the Colts is HSU of Adams Park for the summer Smith vs. Needs. Tho winner of this and the right to put np a stand. The piayB Cubby Devino, who was meeting will be held early neict week AS the football boys aro anxious for a ruling. A number -of the football delegates. not knowing that the meeting was called off, met in the city council chamber, and spent a couple of hours discussing the progress. Considerable I competitions now In progress will bo fortunate "enough to get a bye. The semi-finals games in the Wright Shield and the Colt games will be played Friday night. There is still another competition, the Consolation. In which three games nien nard' w have to be played. If possible all the Jreat of Nineteen To Sixteen criticism of the Herald report of cleaned up on Monday night and application, appearing yesterday, was i new event started. blade, the delegates feeling that the It is suggested that a trades and premature publication of the request profession event be played next week: Meteors would lead to the old trouble between with, entries as complete for each baseball and football leagues. i as possible of doctors, dentists, law- It was decided among them that the i dry goods, shoe dealers, fruit Basrtall club would bo ap- i contractors, wholesalers, boot- E' and If they waive their lasers, bankers, real estaters, motor claims to the use of the park this prohibitionists, implement Bummer, they feel there will be noimen' foundry workers, hasbeens, nev trouble over granting the football league request. It Is the general feeling among the erwassers, etc. Already some one asks Is bootleg- ging a business or profession? The baseball clubs that, while they are answer Is, yes! willing- to accede to the request for' latest song bit is "If I had a thia year provided the Miners club is SOU. on a Hill, I Could Watch tho satisfied to do so, the right to play. "orw to Drv' baseball on Adams Park should not be for longer than one year. Eck-; Btorm park la not likely to be avail- able for more than one year more, and If at the end of that time the Hender- son Park athletic grounds are not fixed np there would be no place for the baseball league to play. S. O. E. ISSUE CARPETBALL CHALLENGE Sporting Editor, Herald. Sir, Although not wishing to enter into any long drawn out controversy. with other fraternal societies with re- gard to the Carpet Ball Shield, I 'would yon to Brant me a little space to answer Secretary H. Parson's (Court BALLPLAYERS The Knox Meteors stepped out and defeated tho Co Ca N'ao Cossa crew from in a fast hoop game at tho "Y" gym last nisht. It was a ding dons affair from start to finish and tho victory was not finally decid- ed until the timekeeper's whistle end- ed the last half. For the Meteors D. Steeie -and Jamie Denoon were the big score men. Steeie counted 14 points for the high- est scoie of the game. Minter and McKenzie- checked their while Church played a rame though failiug to lind the hoop. For Wesley Kiever and Geoghegan were high scores with C points'apiece. Tho line-up and score Ce Ca Nao Cessa E. Church, f... 2 Kiever C Geoghegan, c.. C Neavo, g 2 Van Haarlem, g 1G ABERDEEN, S. D., BOWLERS HIT THEM HARD IN 'PEG 2.703 the Metropolitans of Aberdeen, S: D., went into first place at the sixth an- nual tournament of the Winnipeg bowling association which, opened here last night. The Metropolitans were the only outsiders who rolled last night, the other 19 teams being from the minor Winnipeg leagues. Today's play opens with doubles at noon. IDT riPUT JKI NbHI CLIFF BLANKENSHIP WILL PILOT VICTORIA BASEBALL TEAM IN COAST LEAGUE Judge Deyer Grants Bill of Par- Read CHICAGO; Feb. Indicted baseball players who are to bo tried.... Star A.O.P.) letter which appeared March 14 in connection with the X your Insue of Saturday, Feb. 12. 11919 vorld'a series, today won their. In the flrst place let me state- that first preliminary move, when Judge ho challenge whatsoever has been Is- William E Deyer granted them a bill sued by the Sons of EnirUnd for tho of particulars. Barrowman shield, as stated in Mr. Three of the players, Joe Jackson, Parson's letter, for It is obvious on Claude Williams and George Weaver. the fare of it. that no team Is issuing were in court and heard Assistant challenge for any trophy they al- State's Attorney Gorman read ex- ready have In their possession. It tracts from a confession -which Jack- iras stated, however, that the S. O. I son and Williams are alleged to have E. were quite prepared to put np the made to the grand jury. shield for competition (under certain A statement by Jackson in which he epnditlons, 'which can be obtained was alleged to have said that he waa VICTORIA, Feb. Blankenship, who handled the Spokane Indiana last season and who formerly managed the Salt Lake team, been signed to pilot the victoria baseball club in the Pacific International baseball league. from the secretary) should they celve a, challenge for the same. The letter also says that Secretary promised but only received was read to the court by Pros- ecutor Gorman, which reading arous- Faunch stated certain things. Now ed tha defendants' attorneys, one of Mr. Paunch did not do any such thing whom asked: "Why don't you indict as he was not responsible for. nor did them for perjury? Aro you arguing to he place that letter with the press, j a tor the simple reason that at that time. The prosecutor exclaimed loudly; he was not secretary of the Sons of With regard to the letters written "I .want to tell you that they are run- ning dangerously close to the border- line of perjury." It was said that counsel for Weaver will ask for a separate trial for that asking for games prior to Christmas, the then secretary (Faunchl was ap- jiroached, .and It was agreed to leave t player, the matter over until after the holi- days, but the A. O. F. delegate has' ICE AT TABER TO made no further attempt to arrange dates, notwithstanding the fact that he knew where to find the S. 0. B. representative, whereas the writer did Jiot ktow where to locate the A. O. F. delegate. Early In 1S20 ana also during the full of 1920 the S. O. E. wrote asking certain for friendly games, nut as stated in Secretary Par- son's letter, because we did not spec- ifically mention the Shield, they were not sports enough to Rive us a date- or even have the courtesy to aknow- ledge the letter In a businessllks man- ner. Secretary Parsons, for Court Star, further states that since winning the Shield outrleht. the S. O. E. have ney- er offered to put the shield up for com- petition. This is either a direct false- hood, or due to ignorance on their S4N ireli 17__'mil parts, for the S..O. B., with nearly 751 Uam M. jSTns on defeated WilX T. THden. holder of the world's tennS seas have put up the-fehleld and sue- championship in an exhibition at the cessfully defended the same on more coliseum hero last night. Score- 11-8 than one occasion since the shield 6.4. The match was d FINISH THE LEAGUE (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Feb. most of the ice at tho shading link departed CLJISJARD ANCHOR Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS Saxonia ..Mch. 12 Saxonla ..Apr. 23 Cassandra.Apr. 1 Saturnia ..Apr. NEW j Carmania.. Mch. S Caronia Mch. 16 Mch. 22 Carmania. Apr. .16 j NEW SOUTHAMPTON during the recent chlnook, the cold snap has changed matters, -and two of the regulars were inspecting the rink today. As a result, hockey prac- tice took place again this evening. Manager .Cherry states that he can have the ico in fairly good condition 27( by Wednesday night, and if the week remains colj, It will be In lino trim by Thursday evening, so with the Crow league, as with, 'other things, while there's Hfo there's hope. JOHNSON BEATS TILDEN Aqultanla.Feb. 2G Imperator.Mcu. 12 Aquitania.Mch. 22 Mauretaaia.Apr-7 NEW Saxunia...Mch. 10 Saxonia... Apr. 21 NEW LONDON Albania.. .Mch. 2-t Albania.. .May 3 NEW (Via Mo- ville) Algeria Men 5 Columbia Mali NEW Calabria.................... Mch. 2 PORTLAND, GLASGOW I Cassandra.Mch 30 Saturnia.Apr. 20 Full Information cun be seemed i agents, or company's oflit i Street, Winnipeg. came into their possession, and it Is still snugly resting In the Iodise locker board court, which made it unusually fast. but as previously mentioned in tliol and (lefe.ited Rob- press, the Sons of England aro quite ]ert and Howaril Kln ftau prepared to put the silverware up (or champions, ranking number four in- competition and it is now up to the'the United States lawn tennis associa societies who have a real carpetball team to jet In their challenge to the secretary. Box H7, am! T c.in assure them'that the present holders will be only too pleased to accommodate them if satisfactory dates can be- arranged. Thanking you. Mr. Editor, for tres- passing on your space, B. FAUNCH, I.ate Secretary S. .0. E. TORONTO INTERNATIONALS TO PRACTICE IN COLUMBUS NEW YORK, Feb. Doyle, jiovv- manager of the Toronto Inter- nationn.l lonrue baseball team, an- nounced today tiuil his tram would Score: CADDOCK WINS NEW YORK, Feb. Cad dock of Iowa, former li'oavyweight wrestling champion tiei'eatcii Jim Lon- dos, Greek champion, in a catch-cau Contest here tonight In two hours, 8 minutes and three seconds with o. head scissors and wristlock. I .J. ,4. RING NEWS BOXER DIES AFTER BOUT I3ROOKFIELD, Mo.. Feb. ry Hamilton. Brnoklleld train this spring al. (Jolumhus, Clour- boxer, who was knocked out in the Kin. Doyle fcaiil he v-ould play second eighth round of H scheduled Ion-round base- bout here last night, died today. I AUCTION SALE REGISTER THURSDAY, MARCH Gjosing out sale of John Net- cattle, machin- ery, tractors, tractor plows, and household goods. On S.E. !4-20- 11-22, 6 miles N.E. of Nobleford. Jacob Johnson; estate sale; north of Barons; early in March, date made known later. Closing-out sate cf A. M. Grant, east pf Barons; date sel- ected later. Cloilng.out sale of C. B. Mc- Clelland, east of Barons; date selected later. Mammoth clearance sale of horses, cattle, and machinery In the village of Come In and list your stuff you wish" to sell. Select your sale dates snd get your ad. In this free list ED. POPHAM THE AUCTIONEER BARONS, ALTA. every ftfE AUCTION SALE THERE WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19TH AT 2 O'CLOCK At the Farmers' Feed Barn, 3rd St S., Lethbridge THE FOLLOWING: One matched team of black geldings, 7 years old, sound, 8500 Ibs.; 1 bay. mara, 6 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 .bay gelding. 6 years old, 1350 Ibs.; 1 sorrel mare, S years old, 1400 Ibs.; 1 grey mare, 7 yeara 1400 Ibs.; 1 grey gelding, 7 years old, 1300 1 grey gelding, 0 years 'old, 1250 Ib's.; 1 bay gelding, 7 years old, 1300 Ibs.; 1 team matched black mules, 6 years old, 2400 Ibs.; 2 lumber wagona; 2 seta of double team .harness; 1 drill; 1 set of four-section lever narrows; 4 new harrow carts. Terms cash. Leaving the country; must sell. V. W. McGUIRE, Clerk. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer. LIST GOODS WITH J. A. SMITH. Outside Left? No, but You will be Left Outside if you fail to get in on The Herald Football Competil ion A jump this week from to OO 'is a fair indication of the increas- ing popularity of your own city competition. The More Entries- Bigger the Prizes PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS L.VJIES OSTEPATHIC! make switches, transformations, etc., from your combines. Switches 51.00 jm oz. Salv.-ay Hair Factory. CardsEon, Alta, SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 194S MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. Hth St. 29-C8 FREE BERSONAt, INTERVIEWS or particulars by mail, regarding Vlavi Uernedies. Letiibrulge Viavi Co. Kirs K. Hunck. Phone 1SSS. 027 Sth St. S. 42-20 MATERNITY NURSING Experienced Maternity Nurse has pri- vate room (or lacites landing and during nccotichment. Terms moder- ate. 02S 12111 St. IP YOU HAVE COIIRECT GLASSES Truly the world will loot brighter if you are properly fitted with the right hind of glasses. Everything will appear rosier. There's nothing more lamentable than a man. in need of glasses, and who doesn't realize his sad plight. Come to us, have your eyes examin- ei free of charge and we will tell you what your troubles are. If you do act neexl glasses we will frankly toll you so. J. M. HENDERSON, Cars Wright's Jewelry Storo. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 Cth St. S. Oppoaito the Emprau Phone 1950 Residence Phono 1937 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. PARRI3 Suite 4. Acadla Phona 1618. DR. J. K HORNIN'O, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 818-18-20 Sherlock Bide- Hours sud by appointment Phone mi PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Prlvito Hos- pital, 1224 7th Ave. S., Lethbrldue; Phono 746. Accommodation for Bur and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-private rooms. Rates 130.00, J33.00 und a week. Write for Information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, tendont. MUSIC MISS AILEEK M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for tho examinations if the Boyal Academy and Hoyal College of Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. H. 0! Piano and Theory. Pupils prepared for tho Toronto Conservatory q.'. Music exams if desired. Annuii spring recital. Studio, 123S 6th A.TS. A South. THE la French, dry cleaning. Wo are the oldest cleaners In the city. We use tho genuine French system, Thich COT- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention to country work. S34 6th Street Souti. Pbone 1312. Collect and deliver. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS fc IXXJKSMITHS-GUN barrels eti lightened, guns restock- ed, gun T-ort done by a gnu smith f keya made, locks repaired, blcyclaa typewriters, phonographs, aoj light machinery repaired; lawn monrera sharpened. D. B. Macdpnald, Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, 8th Street, opposite, Herald Office. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors. Paperhangers and Painters- General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; office phone 1762. Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge. Alberta. A. Decorating ana Panerhanglng. Phone 690. 611 8th Avenue South. 1174) B. L. Copelani T5. R. Kent Phone 1903. Phone 1547 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhanslng a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 616 18th St South. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybeare Block. Phones 711 and 1066. 81-2J WELDING BOILER REPAIRING WELDING W. N. KUTH, "1004 1ST AVENUE S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' eiperienca la Ulterior and Interior Decorating 967 llth Street South Estimate.1! free. Res. phone 1101 ELECTRIC SUPPLIES JSlectrlo Light and Power Contractors Phone 1332 409 Sth St. S. Lethbridge firm Lighting a Specialty fur Electrical Work of Cardston Temple ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans In Canada, Lethbridge Unit No, 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can obtatu in- formation and application forniR irom tbe secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Bos No. 6, Lethbridge. WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo- bile Radiator Re-cored before the troat comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable.' Drop in and let us tell you about it, or aak someone who one. They STAND UP. ANDY The Radiator Man 4th Ave. S. Behind Sllvir Grill. PIANO TUNING G. H. Plnycr-Plano and Organ Kepairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- our.-i Cartiflcatu M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the luadlny musicians of the city. Phone 1188. 021 10th Street SeL''-i. FARMERS! When In need of any TRACTOR Repairs It will be to ypur Inter- est te try US. We have an up-to-date Machine Shop ant) employ only first-class Machinists. 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