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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THli lUh'A WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY IS, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus I'M SORRf I HA.O TO M-U RlOHT Old Country Football Scores LONDON'. Feb. U. (Canadtai defeated Wednesday by S io 0, In First Leu guo football [ixturo today. The rugby International gama bo twcen Wales and France resulted ii u via tor the former by sli iiotuts tt five. REG1NA TRIMS MOOSE JAW OFRESNFCRI Game Stager! al Harbour With Defeated Slar Crow O'ir Own Can You Pick The Wi i i Have you sent in youi1 guess on the winner ot tlie Cup? Only two days remain, (or Ihe entries will c.lose ou Friday nl midnight, or first mall Sat- urday morning for tlie country. You have, a chance to win tho first prize or 525.00 by nsming the winning team and the number ot goals that team scores. Don't bo late and say, "I knew that team Fill up the rufry COLEMArs', Feb. puck; form and drop It in to the Herald of- chasc-rs sro hard Io beat. Oc Monday .evening the local Journeyed to j Krval; to play Blalrmore Prank ice. flee today. Interest the "Final" is greater than ever. All Hie scats lire sold at this early date, nnd ihu record their surprise they found them-1 of forty special trains from the N'orlh. solves confronted by a picked team from Elalrmore. Frank. Dellevuo and Cowiey. Included among the number was All. Harbour, lato of tho Calgary _._.-. However, being good sports the local boys went on the ico nod pro- ceeded to trim their opponents to.tiifl i tuue of 14 to 7. Keen disappointment, is expressed j hy all hockey fans ovc-r the failure to get the Lethbridge lioekey team here ior an exhibition Curlers Busy Too beltf. But It's i never on tell. There is joy in the. local hockey camp today over riuts n n- r I r i in the trip to tera-.e on Thej received by rresident Dinning or the southern Alberta an swear to return with many Hockey League, from President of the Amateur Hockey Association, that Lethbridge and Varsity had been picked to play a sudden death game for the anus'eur championship oi the province and the right to play down for the Allan Cup- t. _ The Varsity, team is the winner .of the league in the nort! looks like being eclipsed. All you have to do is to write on tho accompanying entry form your name and address, the team you pick to win, and llie'miiubei of goils lliat team scores in the final game. Knsy isn't it? Just fill up a fonn and see how close you result, and ho to tho prize money, f-5.00 is cd tor first-prize, and SU'.OO for.'the second, the same to be increased ac. cording to number ot entries. By tho way tho guesses are coining In, it Is J" I likely ths prizes will be increased hy W1NMPBG, Feb. a entry list of nearly one hundred flv man teams the Winnipeg bowling tournament opened yesterday with teams here from many points In Can- ada and Ihe Uuited States, including the famous Jimmy Smith ot Milwau- kee, and also a star combination from Chicago. Tho Kiwanis ot Winnipeg, topped the team scoring In (be first day's play when they scored 2S05, while Jackson anu Mistier of Crookston made- the most noise in the doubles with n scoro ot 1119. The iudivldual three-game single al le'mpt of the day was that of Morton with 599. The tourney continues for tho rest of tho week. MineralUes Lead Feb. Mineral ites. of Chicago, jumped out in (roil can get to tho correct "ul" iw closo you can gel KTUIHE Told L. D. S. About it at Sundaj Meeting iit Folks to Meet {Prom Our Own MAGKATH, Feb. The regula semi-annual gathering of thooldtolki I Eddie Bergcr Joe Flsntteln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrldge, Alberta. Ride In, a McLsughlln Special, it cosU no more. of Magrath district be held on guess to CURLING WINNIPEG Fell. 'SPIEL events--lhe Dingwall and Birks com- out to tlie eights. The four winners, In the S o'clock draw of llie Birks e-veni goes' into the Jowelr'y class. morning, losins; to -Doig, of Oten- boro, C to Fernic Cur, Competitions (From Our Own FBKN'IB. Via. The cup com- petitions in the. local hon.cplcl. came to an end night when Tnm Freu- lice defeated Hilt Kastnc-v the Calgary city league having been eliminated from the play-'{ jfj1 down for some reason best known Io the A.A.H.A.} especially now that the two ies. Evidently the Rosebud League did not affiliate with the! provincial hockey association so that Lethbridge and Varsity' teams are the only two simon pure amateur aggregations left in the running. Lethbridge team is therefore picked to play Varsity or, neutral ice on Monday next, ice conditions permitting, and arrangements are being made to play the game m Calgary. The winner, according to the Allan. Cup trustees, would! be expected to travel to Vancouver to moet the B. C. champs there, the inter-provincial winner to travel east to meet the Saskatchewan-Manitoba series winner, for the honor of up- holding the western colors in the fii'.als. The Lelhbridge boys are preparing to make the trip to Calgary as well as possible no ice for practice. 1 he lasi work out was staged during the week-end, but the ice is now (livvered out and further practice is-impdssible. This will count against ihc local boys when they go up against ihe Varsity sextette which has been playing hockey ever since some lime last October. The Varsity team has just relumed from a lour to Winnipeg, losing in Saskatoon and winning m the Peg. The Lethbridge team for Calgary 'will be: Sutherland, goal; Marion and Boucher, defense; Henderson and Reber, forwards; McGillis, L. Turcotee, Si IT and McFee, subs. the Editor Football Competition, The Herald, or hand same in at ihe husi- IIOKS o If ice. The following -ir> le.vus remain to i choose from, us tlie ri-EUlt of the Uilrd round eight of those will :Jic Send in your HOSTS Liverpool vs. Chelfea va. Leicester 1'restc.i Bradford City. IJriiiu! ;dty ;VB'.-' Cardiff. Aston Villa vs. SuniierkmJ. Notts County vs. Bradford. Tottenham 'Spiffs vs.'Wcst IJam. liudderslield vs. Plymouth Arsj-lo. f Rules of the Competition 1. The competitor will fill in the -Cohlie, ot KamsaL-k. was knocked j coupon below, giving tho name of. the out at the Sir John ijaton trophy team he or she thicks will win, and event In the 19 o'clock draw number of scored hy that yesterday for honors-in the Winnipeg bowling tourney when they put up a team total of 2887, while Jluiinyi Smith's Milwaukee crow climhed into1 second place with 2S30. Tbo visitors all showed good form am] Urge crowds watched them perform during the day. In the doubles, Cramp and McMas- ters. of Winnipeg, took the lead with 114-1, while the singles fouud a new leader in Hob McMeth, of-iho Winni- peg Garrys. his total being 622. The Stags, ot Hesiua, went into fifth place with 2726. Jimmy Smtlb, tho world's champion, hit CIO in his team match. close game for the Kernio Irophy. This gives McDonald third anrl Kirk- patrkk fourth. Grand Challenge, Lancaster landed the silvci'wjre by 'lefca'.lns team. 2. Twenty-five cents must accom- .pany each arc al- lowed to send many entries as (hey wish, hut each entry must be ac- companied by twenty-five 'cents. 3. In the event ol more than one person sending in a correct result, the first prizo will be equally divided. This will alsc, apply in the case of the second and other prizes. 1C no correct result is.submilted, the near- est guess will receive first prize. anil'.addrcsses should be wllli a spectacular in UK: written plainly, pnd entries enclosed last eni. In Hie of this H" sealed envelope, addressed to the competition. 1-ar.castcr "r.amc home" i Editor, Football ;..Compelltion, Loth- two points down. His last rock bridge and dropped iu tho win or los-: hut there was a chance.'box in tl.o Herald ousincEs office, or lie took the chance smoke had cleared iiid when the sent though (he 6 hftd scored1 5. No member'; ot the Herald staff three pnlnla and won tho game from The lalt'jr gets third money! anil JlcLjren fourth. In the seml-tlnals of hoth the Uurns and Grand Challenge competitions. will ho allowed to compete. G. All entries' must he received al tlie Herald by Friday, Feb. 20th. Stewart and IVCTC Stewart going into Ihc finals rivals, the CANADA'S FAVORITE TOBACCO Sizes: 15c. and 20c, Grand Challenge Jind McLaren into the P.nrils of (he Burns he was dc- feated by Klrirpatdck, tlins giving Lave third prlaa and Stewart fourth. Llphardt, Mikholl, Guy Johnston nnd Corrte rrachcrt tlie fours of the Consolation which will be com- pleted Ihls week. Jn iast itonapfel the 6-1 prizes in llic foiii1 nvcnte wcro oivitioi! piayurs but this year KlrJqj'riirickV rink gels a first and a lhlr.1 nntl art's find McLaren's a second omJ n Tourlh each. i NEW TROTTING RULE i CHICAGO. Feb. dinngo j !he "win race" race rule was adopted !jy ihr- Anic-riciin Trottins al ils ;rtir.'ifl] inoetinfi yesterday. Tii.: revisit! riitii.K r'l'ovMetf that a borso wi'ii a "vs-in be allowed, whether raccii or not. two seconds Ior' each calemlnr ycnr iic reduces bi3 lime, or wins a race in faster time Entry Form i hcrchy agree to (he conditions hid down in connection with the competition and agrco to abide by the decision of the Herald Sporting I'-ditor. Address N'amc of team (Jools scored IESBALIIILI Subject Matter Preceding Moot "Conspiracy Declaration" Throws New Light ST. IjOUlS. Mo., Feb. Phil Hall of the St. Louis Americans illnvrcd a letter from President Johnson of the American league to bo madfi public here today which ho claims throws an entirely different light on tlie oxcevut of thn letter which the Xew York 'American league club owuers linvo mentioned In their I if petition charging Johnson ivilh con- spiring to'rilu them out of. hascball. Tho excerpt ol the Johnson letter quoted by Messrs. Uupper1; and Hus- ton of tho New.York Americans said: "It is my judgment that they (the N'ow York Americana) should ho re- tired from our organization." This sentence Is Included in the letter made, public today, ivhich Mr. Ball litatcs -vvas written by President Johnson on' August 6, VJ15, before liny court action was taken by tbo 'Xcw York club. President Johnson In this '.etler, after telling of his return (ron New York, says: "When it hecamo apparent io them I would not deviate from my position (relative to the Mays they de- clared the slock (he New York club was for salo and I could have it on five- notice for In tho course o! my convcrsa- lion wilh Ihe gentleman Ilupjiei't art- iiounced on Saturday Ihcy had re- Stoneham, McQraw and Mc.Vude, tell-. i ing them they could vacate the Polo grounds and that they had no deslra (o renew the leafe. This was a start- ling disclosure, and indicated lliey were forced into ,1 position whero they would be rcinirod Io build. They both asserted, howovnr, Ihoy would not advance the necc-ssary cap- ital for n ball nlanl. They Insisted il wag qulto dcsirafolo tlie fraticlii.sG be taken off their htindf. Tho ttjl- lowing day (bey 'buckled up' oil tho Thursday, February 19th. Tho day' program TCill bo carried ou the Eam successful whist drive In the tow hall on Saturday evening. The lia was tastefully decorated with Valen lines In hearls. Refreshments wcr served during Ihe evening and a plea anl evening spenl by all present. Th ladles in charge wcro Jlrs. R. Bra shaw, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Poulseii an -Mrs. 'The iieit of the serle of evenings-will he held on Monda evening, Feb. 23. Everyone is cordia ly mviled to attend. Mr. Harris of Tuber was the prl cipal speaker in tho L. D. S. c.hnrc on Sunday. afternoon. Mr. Ilarr spoke in regard to a treatment fc the 'flu. which lie claims, was revea to him after Hie death of his so a year aso: Mr. Harris says he h treated over 400 .patients mid th treatment has proved successful every case. The Uitterday ,Sa have been jprpat unriilia! ot years' thr.t' b'y tibatulnlng'Irbm-'tlie' use of tea, coffee, tobacco, liquor and the excessive use of neat, aud by keeping the word of. wisdom, as it is called, they would receive health and long life and when the scourges and plagues cover the land the destroying ansci would pass them by 'and would not slay them, They have also be'jn taught simple remedies to be used m cases of sickness and tho treatment which Mr. Harris has is a simple home treatment find one which he will be glad to toll' anyone. His re- 'marj'ts were greatly appreciated by all present. The other speakers were J. W. Allrcd, Mr. Roberts ami Hardy of Unymon'd-.wlio iu the interest ot religion' class work. The regular meeting of llie Women's Iiiijtituto will bo held on Friday, Feb. In the town hull. Mr. Win. F'almer will explain the way to pre- IIUGIXA, Sask., Feb. Heglr.s es stayed iu the run nine for th< lamplonshlp of tha oekey League tonight by beallug ooso Jaw Maple Leafs 3 to 2, In i oUy contested which iras uu ecIJeJ right up to the last minute. OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service en Country Trlpa Phones 787 Residence 1210 Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Entrance on Sixth Street, i rJ! ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IH RADIATORS AU.AN CUP OROERS ItKOIX'A. Sask., Fob. C. Heti- lloglna. secretary of tho dliin Anintcur Hockny Assoclalion, re- ceived definite word tntlny from W.I were going to remain In baseball. U II. Nti-tliey. Montreal, Allan Cup triis-J is my Judgment they bu rc- Iiare seed boxes and how to prepare (or gardening. A talk ou Lomo nurs- ing by 'Mrs. Given 'fanner, some good musicals and a demonstration of EOIUO delicious calablo. Tho next coujolnl session of tho M. 1. A, will -be hold ou Sunday, March 7lh, and will be, "An evening with Prcf. Evan Stephens." The '.Iff and works of.J'rqf. Stephens wil! be given by Mrs. J. II. Turner nnd a mini- her of vocal selections composed by Prof Stcphaus, also tho hlf.iory and making ol the "Great Tabernacle B. Bcnnlun. Jliss 'ijaurn Klrio entertained fi number of lady' friends on afternoon. Delicious rofresUmenla were served during' Uio afternoyn. The character bal) held on Friday owmlng was a sucfOis in regards to I ho crowd that was vresant but a fail- ure as a character About seventy couple were present and only ten couples In tho r.ihii has ever experienced. On Friday i-venlng next, 20lh, the M. I. A. will present a very (iiii; melodrama entitled "Officer C6C." Thr proceeds .will go for tho hentjdt uf tlie gym which' la .run Ibo di- rection at Ihc M. I. A. ami evuryono should palronizo this enleitalnmciit 1 ns the is a lino thine i and fins wonderful amounll o( good Jtoi- ,tlie young people I hero this wln'ler. The town irlU[ bo canvasser! for the sale of' licketa so every family will havo a] chance ot doing their bit. Tlie playt Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawiford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp, Lethbrlclgo Hotel Phone 1M4 We Have Installer! z Full Equip, men! for Repairing MOBILE Can handle al! makes ol can. Expert Hot Air Furnac? Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workert 336 6th St. South 1753 thnti r'lass to u-hicti his time al- tllc cliralnallon gaincs lie- Idivanre m-.ide im Th3 ol.'H iwcon Albcrla and llritisli (.'iiiimbla ruin only for Vancouver. Mr. vfv 'I'iit- rule abo dorlarns tlril a! wii'ed Vaucotivcr Io see it mo in faf.fir lim -.vlilch his time allow-' clkiblo shall h'-'fur d as having 'Jt! tir.rae than tiuj Ui :inco makos iiin atti.'i- bu cMisWci a new "win ra: A Jlwin raffi'' riijpii "iin- fa.siC'rit linrj made Ljy a v.-'niioi1 tuilic-r In the fli.Ht or setonil piiFitinn." LINING UP KEGATTAS N'lvVV YOIIK. Feb. 1V.--.Mnri; a riojien dual triangulrir ship regattas ttila spring constitute tbu rowing program of the collcgr.s in Ihe eastern sUtw-s. Kvc-ry ncn will carry Iiic nddnl Incentive cf iiiB n hearing tlio final sclcc. of m'Ww for Uin contests W rowai iu Aususl. .-sible to secure llie rink for 31 :'iid 28. K llic ri'ik can 1 llie garner v.'ill bo pliiyed daws I', was interests' of Ihe anialeur .'Jay thu g.imcs at coast liir; rnfitlcr of increased cost. offer they made to me. and snid chargc of B promises Io be one ot the best ever presented hero and (lie entire company arc tlreJ from our organzlation. nil npprcoiate how Impossible they are. working hard io ra.-.lso please you. Among those. Inking part arc Misses Alice Woolloy, Moll Toonjcr, Edith Cook; -Messrs. Elmer Hirie, Wm ninmel, Clarke..C. Howes, U. Poul- CHAMPION WRESTLER WINS HAltlilSHURG, Pa., Fob. Blither, c-hamplon heavyweight wrest- ler, threw Franz Solar, clBlmant of the liriheinlnn mat litle, twice here to- the first fall in iniruitea wllh, a Imdy anil arm-lock, The second fall came after II when Steelier arjnln sdssurs hold. Hall, In making public Ihe loner today, said trio subject matter which preceded the excerpt quoted hi court jc n jVcilson ,t. c. Tossey showed that Ihero was no conspiracy, r; A mallnco ,ilo but purely a no Ico lhat Uio clu i was 330 ,or probably for sale ann advised that 7hc ntellnn ot tbo U.F.A. he purchoRcil. ,icid Saturday evening in (be town hall. Mr. J. V. Parrlsh ol Card-. Eton spoke on th organization and benefits of co-operation. Mr. Jellltt ol C'ardslon also snoke on tho political side ot U.F.A. I.He. A largo crowd ''t t "CHIEF" MEYERS RETIRES KBW HAVEX, Conn., Teb. "ChleC' Meyers, ore- time star catcher of thb Now York tNatlonals, has retired from baseball, It was learned last nighl. for farmers were present. ROSS WINS AGAIN ADF.L-AIDK, South Australia, Feb. Ross, of San Francisco, yesterday won the 410-yard Australian swimming championship, Ilia was five minutes, 2ii seconds. time 6ASQLIKE The GAS SAVER (lasollnc ,ind gets more action out of It than ever thought possible. Tliis wonderful little device mechanically breaks up "tho mixture" Into a much more highly rarlflcd oaV thus tecur- ing practically 100% combutlicn and driving your car miles farth- er with every gallon of fuel used. This device will reduce the coit of Qaiollne to Me per gallon, The GAS SAVER Is under positive guarantee of satisfac- tion. Vour monsy.wlll be cheer- fully refunded, vvlthcui question, if you are not satisfied aftsr 10 days trial that It will do sli we ciaim. You arc mado'the Judge. You risk nothing, THE CANADIAN GAS SAVING DEVICE, SOLD BY Mechanical Garage Corner Fourth Ave. and Third Street South Letlibridgc Phone 1190 ;