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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17, IWt BUNGING DP FATHER By G. McManos r TO OiHTv MooRKt) Pi-A.ce i 1 AH' MAKE. IT HOLD FUOWWb vmibf-I I iO TO TRV ON A. HAT HAVE THE flUNU-l FOR t HA.O CARC-FARG CO 6EA.T IT DOWN TO. OINTVi EAT HERE AND SAVE TIME TIio busy business mini needs every mluuto of the day 1'or bio olHw duties, .lie JlmU Unit his lunch hour necessarily must be shortened to take euro OH routine of tlio day. If lio cornea lioro ho will save considerable time. Further- more, ho Is certain to find only the best quality of food, wholo- somo and kind of fooil ha will usually liud at home. v, aim HIII M HERE Hockey Will Commence at p.m. and' Basketball at 8.15 Friday night will be the juniors night in sport in Lethbridge. Medicine Hat is coming down with three basket- ball and one hockey. The visitors' will meet a local junior team at J o'clock on the rink and at 8; 15 the firtt basketball game will itart One of the visitor's junior teams will be a girls' one and they will meet a local girls' team In a hoop contest. The Medicine Hat girls have a reputation of be- ing splendid players and it is ex- pected they will make the Leth- bridge girls step lively to keep up their excellent record of wins. Admission to the hockey game will be fifty cents and to the bas- ketball games admission will be the same. The girls' basketball team won from the Hatters when they play- ed in the Hat. The boys' teams re making their first appearance this season. The local team is task developing into a speedy ag- gregatlon under the management of George McKillop. The local Hi hockey team that played in the crty junior league strengthened by Rose, Morrison and Leech of the Knox crew will be seen in action. Accommodation for Hockey Fans, Blairmore Trip Two extra cars will lie plac- ed on the Blairmoro train to- day to accommodate hockey fans. The is doing this as a special favor to the hoc- key enthusiasts of Lethbridgc so that they can get good ac- commodation to go with their '.jam, which plays Colemau in Blairmore tonight. This gams will either put Lethbridge in third placs or giro them a chance at the championship. That is what it means and it is a lot. A bis backing of fans, yelling all the time, will put life and encour- agement into them. This will be one of the hardest games Wade Steps On Gas in Ten Pin League At T Ridputh Hits Tfiem For 535 in Three Games, "Y" looses And GOING OUT -we will miss them, as sum- mer goes, their successors muff or make' wild throws- BA1TLEIOAI OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS LEAGUE STANDINGS TO SATUR- DAY, FEBRUARY 12 (INCLUSIVE) English Division P. W. D. L. P. A. Pts. Burnley ......2718 6 3622142 Newcastle 15 3 Liverpool .27 13 S (Bolton Wander's 27 12 10 Kverton.......28 12 10 Still none lasts forever! Who passes; j Tottenham 'Spur27 13 out next? I Fifteen Minutes Overtime Fails iiiudlesboro .27 13 The High School walked all over the Y. M. C. A. trundlers last night under tho able leadership of Capt. Ridpath who climbed into the 500 class with a total of 533. The youngsters, started out to win and win they did, commg out of the j Ask that of the Sphinx. 1 knows! The bulky Stanago and the leugthy Shore, Will cut no figure In the future score. Cravath's huge bat, the largest of its kind, drive home runs fence no more. beyond the I fray with a 121 pin load over their __ __ ._._ _ I opponents. This game puts the the Lethbridge boys have fac- ents in first place with two wins and and Merkle vanish troin tho ed this year. no defeats, while the I. H. C. are sec It you are a hockey fan try to get on tho train for tho west today. The I boys need your encourage- I me'nt. FERNIE BONSPIEL MAKING HEADWAY (From Our Own Correspondent) FERNIE, Feb. curling con- testants in the local 'spiel played four more games last night on splendid ice. The winners were Brand Challenge competition- Black from Stewart; H. J. Johnson from Brown, and Herchmer from Gar- butt. In the Fernie cup hurdt won from McLaren. The postponed ladies' game was won by Mrs. Herchmer from Mrs. Liphardt. Tho Ice is still in splendid condi- tion and a double draw will be play- ed off tonight. MG ENTRIES FOR KENTUCKY DERBY; IS ADDED SKATING TONIGHT WITH BAND One of the best sheets of lue I tho whole season will be at. 'J> ond with one wjn. For the losers Nelson was high with 449 for a total The boys like the "Y" alleys better every game. The management is keeping them in perfect condition at considerable expense. Scores of last night's game: HIGH SCHOOL 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. IS! ISO 533 165 165 115 115 124 25S MS 295 nidpath Hose Morrison Johnson Harvev Nelson Petley Class" 4G1 432 Y. M. C. A. 1st 2nd 173 .107 130 146 142 124 3r3 Tot. 449 382 414 412 412 HOCKEY RESULTS P.C.H.L. STANDING LOUISVILLE, Ky.. Feb. j les for the Kentucky derby for three- ear-old ut a mile-and a quarter losed last night. The prospects are, I t was stated, that between 125 and jO ou-ners would enter thorough- reds. The derby this year >will carry additional money. VANCOUVER, Feb. 17. coast hockey association standing the disposal of the skaters at the L.A.A..A. rink tonight, and the band will be there too. Ar- rangements aro also being made by the rink management to post "bulletins on the results ui the LeUibridge-Coleman same at the ond of. each period. Vancouver Seattle Victoria W. 10 Pet. .538 .500 First Prize Second Prize Third Prize JUJLES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: The rompoUUon will fcs called Tlic Hcrtii: Football Competition. '2. Competitors will be entitled to h.3 many entries as they deslro, provided I each entry fs accompanied by twenty- live ccnls, and couyoua to the num- ber of entries. E. Competitors must C.IQSS out names of tho dubs they think anil cross out Iho of both ill result. if they consider a draw t? secured from he Herald. 4. Coupons cuu only bi tM Sporting of 'I 5 All monies recr.ived will be re- turned in prizes. The firn'uint and r.ijmberg of prizes will be published cwrv Jlonday morning for that weok'u oani.'W. ol' will be publisher] every Wednesday and cheques to fiueeessful competitors will mailed immediately on receipt of rmiOrtnation by the Athletic Ml rnlri'er, bo pnr-ied nr dc- iUercd lo The Herald hefor') TIIIIJ- nleht nn Fridays. A Friday po.-n- from (if lile cit? of will be con-dilered af) containing a, legitimate entry. 7. The and address of tha must he clearly marked 01: ..j nj Stamp" not t for tntrlf.a. their dtit. i ENTRY FORM GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATUR- DAY, FEB. 19TH THIRD ROUND ENGLISH CUP Plymouth VG Chettea. Southend vs Tottenham. Luton VB Preston. Everton vs Newcastle. Hull vs Burnley. Southampton vs Cardiff. Aston Villa ve Huddersfield. Fulham vs Wolverhampton. ENGLISH LEAGUES Arsenal vs Oldham. Bradford C. vs Liverpool. West Ham vs Bury. Reading va Watford, SCOTTISH LEAGUE Clydebank vs Faikirk. Hibernians vs Hamilton. Kilmarnock va Dumbarton. Morton vs Dundee. I enlor the Horald Foutb-iU Com- i petition in accordance with the i ruliis and conditions announced nbove, and agree to accept tho pub- uaed as pay- ijshed decision as final and legally n1rlftlf uddressetl tn fcy tlie Foofhall Competition, The 1.1111 plhhrldre. four billion Rjuor'H million tty bureau alms 'rl A rid Victoria 4; Seattle 3 SEATTLE, Feb. plar- ing right through the hockey game here tonight with a vigor and skill which were not to be denied, slipped a -I to 3 score over on the Seattle Mets. Victoria toot the lead in the first jperiod uml although Seattle drew oven iu the second p-eriod, scoring was equal througii the remainder the game. It. was a fast gams through- out and Victoria thoroughly deserv- ed to win. Canadians 10; Hamilton 5 .MONTREAL, Feb. defeated Hamilton In their scheduled National Hockey League fixture last night by a score of Hi to 5. By de- feating Hamilton, Canuillens bettered their poKltion in tho standing the St. Pats Beat TORONTO, Feb. Patricks assumed the leadership ol the N. H. L-. by defeating Ottawa here last, night. Granites Win HAMILTON. Feb. 17.- Toronto Granites defeated Tigers lust, night si to 3 after playing 10 minutes' over- time. PINCHER MAY PLAY AT TAKER ON FRIDAY (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Feb. rink la in teirly good shape agpln and hockey practice has again become the order of tho day, as the locals arc try- ing to have Pincher Crook here for Friday night, resuming the Cro.w leu- guo'fixtnre postponed, by the Chinook last week. A basketb'all dance is tak- ing place this evening, and a hockey dance follow the league game at tho rink whenever held. tf CARSTAIRS 6; RED DEER 2. CALGARY, Feb. .staira won from lied Deer 6-2 In t'.io arena last night In the first game of tho play-off he- tween the northern aud south- nm group winners in the Jloie- bud hockey leaguo. Tlio second game will be played in Red Deer Saturday night, The outbound trail calls Luderua too Ambitious youngsters strive their place- But still the memory lasts -with Me and. .You! TTp from the burst of speed and Resounding plaudits and a world of Then back again; the Game moves on and" on, And they; have Memory and a To Break 3-3 Win Round by One Manchester City.2C 13 Suudtjrland ...27 10 Arsenal 27 9 i Manchester U. ..-7 10 'Chelsea 27 10 7 49 i 6 47 25 34 5 -19 31 34 0 46 37 34 9 58 36 31 7 S 3S 34 31 3 40 33 30 S 9 41 41 28 9 9 40 41 27 7 10 44 46 27 7 10 31 3S 27 After playing for three twenty Bromv-.-ich.27 S 10 9 33 42 26 ute periods and then fifteen minutes Aston vnla ___3S 10 6 J2 43 55 26 overtime the Pincher Creek juniors pre9ton Xorth E 27 10 5 12 40 38 25 and the Knox boys, champions of tho j Blackburn Rov. 26 junior city league, were unable to Bradford city ..26 break a three-all tie on local ice last Huddersfleld T 27 night. However the Knox boys won shcffleld Have You Figured Out What a Cinch Would Cost? Here is One Man's Word the series of home and home games by a score of six to five, having been one goal to the good on the game re- cently played in Pincher Creek. Although only a small crowd turn- ed out to see game, the boys made it interesting all iho way. Pincher Creek players were somewhat better skaters and stick handlers as a iwhole than the local boys, but the persist- ence with which tho Knox players kept after the puck did not give the Pincher boys much chance to get away. Greenway and Rose showed they will soon be with the seniors. Both of i them produces! some individual play quality was unexpected. Roso Oldham Athletic 26 10 a 36 37 24 7 9 10 36 38 23 7 7 13 20 31 21 5 11 14 2C 51 21 i 3 11 12 28 62 17 C 6 16 30 62 16 2 11 13 22 39 13 Bradford ......27 Derby County...CG English Division P. W. D. L. F. A. Pts. Birmingham ...26 10 4 C 56 25 36 Bristol City ___27 1-1 28 1G 26 14 j secured two of the goals and B. Hut-1 port iton got the third for Knox. Charette, Bllry Blackpool Cardiff City West Ham TJ'ted 27 14 South Shields ..27 13 Notts County. ..26 10 Clapton Orient .27 10 Leicester City .27 10 Leeds United ...28 11 Notts Forest ...26 9 Wolverhamptoa 2C 11 Stoke playing !all thri .yiug left wing for Pincher, scored 5 33 17 36 7 36 26 36 D 39 21 35 7 39 17 34 S 46 27 33 S 34 27 28 7 10 28 32 27 .7 10 29 34 27 5 12 31 33 27 5 9 36 31 2G 4 11 33 36 26 7 10 33 28 7 11 37 36 25 6 11 34 36 2i leauty and Horror Pretty girl with a pair of galoshes on her trilbies. Suggestion to millionaires whose homes are being burgled: Hire Ray Schalw, Billy Killefer, Steve O'Neill, Ivy Wlngo and Walter Schmidt as guards. They can be depended on to watch the plate and will catch any- body trying to steal. In many cities, there are more di- vorcti.s than there are marriages. It' the number of divorced people finally exceeds the number of married people, the statisticians will have a curious problem to ponder over. all three goals for the visitors. It will be remembered that Charetta appeared on the ice at tho Pincher- Lethbridge senior game on Wednes- day of last week. MacLean, who play- ed the right wing was on the ico in the Fame game. However, Pincher au- thorities claim neither of these men Hull City Fulham Barnsley 9 12 25 41 25 6 12 9 29 36 24 6 ...27 9 ...27 10 Rbtherham C'ty.29 3 ...27 __ ______ ....26 8 7 11 23 41 23! -----27 6 10 11 26 30 22 i Sheffield Wed. .28 7 6 15 23 39 20 I Coventry City ..25 n C 14 21 51 16 Stockport County27 4 6 17 27 63 14 English Division P. W. D. P. A. Pts. Prijes for this week's football con- test aro attracting a good-number of. entries. The entries -have started to come in and today they are consider- ably in advance of the usual number so it is hoped that by-Saturday morn- ing another substantial increase will have been experienced. Saturday's playing- be hard iu. England. Cup teams will depend on' them. The guessing will not be easy and It is doubtful if the usual dope will stand the test again this. week. However, have you ever figured out what it would cost to aeud in coupons so that a cinch would be made on the prizo money? Several local men have been trying to do it recently. That is they have tried to figure out how much it would cost. For a contest of twenty games it would cost 5275. That is Interest- ing, but it is doubtful if anyone would try It. Just think what a good prize would be distributed if ?275 was sent in by one contestant. Don't fail to get your entries in on time this week. Still some stamps are being sent In. They will not bfe accepted. Cash must bfi sent iu with tho coupons. have played enough senior hockey to Crystal Palace 28 16 take them out of the junior ranks. fova..K 14 Charette showed great ability among the juniors- as a stick handler. In about three minutes after playing commenced Rose, centre for Knox, made the1 first score. B. Huttou, de- fence for Knoi-, got the second goal. Chnrette broke through for Piucher'a first tally. In the second period, Char- ette was the first to score, tieing up the tallying. In the third period Rose A sings when it is full of water, but who wants to be a tea- kettle? Answer to Correspondent: Ko, Cy- rus, a stable government Is not one where the officials drive horses for the king, president, or public officials. came back Chnrette got another. were; and Taylor, defence; MacLeau, right wing; wing. goal and then The Southampton .26 12 Watford Queen's Park II..26 12 5 7 42 24..S7 6 5 53 30 34 9 5 43 21 33 Milhvall Athletlc.2S 14 4 10 33 24 32 7 8 18 39 31 Swansea Town .26 10 10 6 34 33 30 5 IS 3 9 40 27 29 41 24 29 Merthyr Town .26 10 U 7 42 31 211 Northampton ...27 12 4 U 36 42 28 6 15 B 24 19 27 6 14 7 31 31 26 players j Bristol' Rovers. '.26 10 4 12 35 40 24 I Bright Hove A.27 S S 11 29 41 24 goal; DuthieINorwlch Cjty ,x B n 9322723 Duoic. centre; xewport County.27 10 14 30 43 23 Plymouth Argyle26 i Exeter City -----27 JGrimsby Town .27 Til-lefnT TJm-flpu Ot! Charette, left goal; Sang and Hutton, defence; Morrison, left wing; Hose, centre; Greenway, right Sub Fergo and C. Hutton. Portsmouth Southend United.27 S Heading ....28 9 Brentford Gillingham 9 10 27 2S 21 6 14 26 39 21 3 16 30 44 21 7 13 25 44 19 8 U 23 65 16 SOCCER RESULTS FO.R CROW FANS The Herald has made ar- rangements to send to the Postmwiers at points along the Crow line each Saturday night the results of the Old Country football games which will be posted as soon as re- celved. In this way the Her- nld will be giving tho soccer fans tho results more than SO hours ahead of the time they would set them in the usual course. Egche Chainch, of Detroit, commit- ted matrimony tlio other day. There are names und names, but anyone who can properly pronounce iJgche Chamch gets the handsome gold-bead-: ed Most cigars you buy nowadayd in- dicate that the Southern farmers! Scottish League P. W. D. L-. F. A. Pts. j Rangers) ........31 fiS 2 1731958 Celtic ..........30 23 4 3 62 20 BO Particle Thistle..31 15 Alrdrieonians ..32 15 Third Lanark ..30 10 Motherwell .....30 13 Dundee ........30 13 Hearts .........31. 13 I Morton 11-Iiberniaus 9 7 45 27 39 S 0 54 41 88 4 10 63 40 36 9 S 601 :19 35 9 8 40 31 35 9 9 44 38 H5 32 10 12 10 53 43 32 .....31 11 9 11 40 43 31 stopped raisins tobacco long before TWO Hundred Games Thick As the night-riders tackled them. The freiinfintly used headline.' "Fashions iu Brief." Bays a mouthful. "Lions must says a great .writ- j er. Yea so must liars! Flies in Smith Rolls 238 Albion Itovers Queen's Park ...29 Hamilton BAND TONIGHT BEST OF ICE Result of the hockey game at Blairmore will be given at the rink. Skating 8 to 10.30 p.m. Admission 35c and 25c. PHONE 1849, The Coca Colas took the odd game j KHmarnock Some Epitaphs i from the Dominions In the city ton pin league last night. The Dominions started out strong with Maclean rolling Beneath this stone lies Henry Mapps 235, but they could not keep up the He the was strong for Japs. Kpcak, liindly please, of Thomas of a trailing Hc picked lip the end wire. Through ull his daya Frank BImcr Troll, Led a lazy life. Xow he sliovels coat By Dry Lanv slain was Burton Wier A and no whisky near! pace-and lost the last two, mainly through Dick Smith's 238 score In tha second game, and Schweitzer and Shover being over the 200 murk In the last game. Dick Smith was Wgh. individual with 338. and high aggregate with 5G9 for the three games. Tomorrow night the Dominions and Herald meet, and on Monday the Giants and Coca Colas 'roll the last games of the first half of tlie'sched- Aberdeen .......HI. a 11 11 35 36 29 8 11 13 45 Cl 27; 8 10 11 32 55 26 S 10 13 28 42 26 3 10 13 34 50 26 S 9 13 44 55 25 .27 11 2 14 37 42 84 ..30 9 6 15 40 57 24 .31 11 2 18 39 48 24 .30 4 13 13 31 49 21 .31 7 4 20 38 65 18 .31 5 3 23 28 74 131 PHONE Ml Ayr United V'alklrk Clyde ,.30 Baith Rovers Clydebank St.. Mirreu Dumbarton FIFTH 8TREBT There are many hilarious events In this old world of ours, but was there uie. Hayes ever anything funnier than the ad- Daa-son venture of the bank at Can-1 ton. Ohio, who thought they had an I LOW Score acetlyiene torch .wherewith to burn I their way into a safe, bul had a weld-1 Ing machine instead, and put in a' whole night making the safe twice as strong as it had been. Hi the first place? The .'scores: DOMIXIONS 1st 2nd 130 168 171 146 1B7 128 151 154 Tho Croat Oversight: Whan a land- lord forgets to raise anybody's rent. Testimonials In the ad. of a Georgia harness store: "After seeing your harness for kicking mules in success- ful operation, I wish to order two eels for myself." (Copyright National Newspaper Service) Schweitzer Needs Smith Prlco Shover 850 761 COCA COLA 1st 2nd .151 ____ 151 ____ 101 ____ KG 155 370 179 238 164 175 3rd Tot. 468 506 150-- -149 551 442 3rd Tot. 543 475 569 142 201-T.G31 764 916 1 Tha death Thomas Nopner, for years a trareller for Leonard If Sons, London, In reported from Stratford, Out. One must wear TOOK style, PROGRESS EKOOT SHR ll slio kind Collir S give full ra TooRe stvlcs that dealers Drove bevotvj a TOOKE BROS. LTD. MONTREAL TORONTO WINNIPEG VANCOUVER ;