Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX BRINGING UP FAMK THE DAILY HERALD tATURDAY. FEBRUARY D U U (i. HcManus I MI" i 1 4 n: L- TOO NEVBR. i ME euw OF WHVT I'M G IMI IT FOOD THAT IS WHOLESOME AND FRESH ami foo.I thai is ecouointeiil in tho kind of twxl you get at thin AUIUIIK tho tnuulrc'ls who herti aro piiuplu hi every walk of HIV. Come hero fur hiiK-h in the evening wheu you rmnaiu ntuu-u. You, too, will like tho service aud food SILVER GRILL BIG CROWD EXPECTED OK TUESDAY NIGHT FOR BLAIRMORE CONTEST i T'i JJiiiiniiure liavo ;i iuu-ktiy [tain will tilt- liu-ii ph.yiiifi l.othhrid.w as close i-. run :u they (uitld and wood. luc locals. Miss Beaton ---as the high With nil the gi'iti-s of the enclosure scorer ?ar the home chanci To say "Let's beat it wl While the massed thousand packed the circus full. three field baskets and three fouls, "oiue's A. Simpson was' one point bc- fe hind her with field nas- sides of her, formed a splendid for- ward line. Miss H. Drakes, W. Kraptel and Miss Stewart, forming the for- ward lino of the Medicuw Hat team, scored two points each. Both Drakes and Miss Stewart got field baskets and Miss Krapfel shot two fouls. Miss Corry relieved on the cen- tre position and Mlu Stewart went OH during the second half. Miss J. Moorhead and Miss Smith, op guard, were kept quite busy all the game aud played hard. Boyt' Game The boys' gumo was not as rough as that of the girls'. The final scon was twenty-seven to In favor of Lathbridge. This was won IB the second period. At the of HOCKEY RESULTS CANADIANS 2, DOMINIONS 1. BDMONTOX, Feb. I niado a strong effon to hold the Can-' adians out of the Big Pour play-off j last night when thiy forced them into i overtime to pull out n two to one vie- j tory. Especially during the closing of play it was a thrilling battle. All i through the contest play was of a I _, high onte-r, the pace being fast and l-lUP Contests Today Are Mali- ing Football Competition Interesting checking hard. After one minute overtime, Oliver scored tlie winning goal for tho Can-1 adians, unassisted. Teu "maf as lnan-v coupons have CALGARY. Feb. been lMs fol.1 The Hor. brilliancy that frequently dazzled their opponents, and uncorking a variety of kets ami two fouls. Miss Florence first half the score stood to j Miles made six points. She got four nine in favor of but before the visitor! sKvnd a point (They dealt pood, honest blows j fouls and one field basket. ._ _ ____ j didn't The local girls were eager to wiu Lethbridge had put In eight palate. Oh. golden, glorious dnya of ancient "lls particularly as their boy (two of them being field hazels. friends had just suffered a bad defeat Rome i men u-cnt in UK- bull! uy. not tlie lliss Mar-v S Blairmore: ice on Thursday nitcht by l'Ie league, Lethbridge were forced to I 8. score of tbrey goals to one. i import players to help lift them! It ;s reported "here iliut Coleman I tronl "'f' 'the- ladder and not played itiis game under protest, their i sailslleil will) g'Hiins moil who firievances bfing the same one that I eouhl play for legally they now! fiused Blairmore 10 protest the Leth- ru-idge-Blairaiore game at Lethbridge. have a man who is not eligible. We! venture to say that if Lethbndge had! and with. Beaton on Miss both' conlinued with team that they It seems that further evidence has come to light the Carted out with ot the commencement ity of Grant of Lethhridce lo plav- in tlu- season they wmilil now be In tilt- Crow Hoclcey League'and from all itlli! iiusiliflll tlial Plucher occupies at Fishermen .joou. able ruuorts have the goods present lime. They were beaten at! liars. But there was never yet Grant and will force the league heads i Tabcr. licked by Culeman at home and j erman who wasn't a rank amateur in to do their duty nnrt rule out Gram j wiiliopcd by at j prevarication compared to the oldest able-bodied j fish- ling about the oldtime or the matter will be taken IHairmore. Thnn they got busy and Inhabitant te provincial committee of tho A.A.H.A. !valietl "i! new who by hook or! winters. Tor their decision. i by crook liavo lifted them to a VVhile it would seem thin tlrst i L'nu them lo play-oif ih-i i "Eliu-h your to a siar" uiiiy1 with real Siec-Uty i be some stars go i players. ll'.U'.tu leet u minim-! j Howevftr they not he allowe 'Blairmore squealing in their protests Lethbridge playing Grant it d seem that now Coleman were against time that the combination running the lea-, Ktie, to the great satisfaction of the way for if protaats entered an Creenwiiy, guard, -was the big SCOT- guard, nr {m the Wjnllers. He of I played her best game or iliis season the fouls and made nlno of them, not ;aud with. Miaa Jean Mellvena worked getting a field basket during the exceedingly hard to guard the coveted: game. Johnson shot four field bankets Mir.sket. Miss Seward went on several' and Livie got two as well as Hamil- nmc-a to relieve Misu Scott. Miss ton. Steele got one Florence Miles held; dowu her old Th6 pcriod ft lMt one_ I the Lethbridge boys loosening up with some good brand of: combination. Medicine Hat endeavored to play com- bination all the time but were too closely checked. Following are tho scores in the tvo games: Girls' F. Miles, c............ A. Simpson, i Beaton, f.............. M. Scott, g. J. McIIvena, g. j M. Steward, g. speed that surprised oven their most the local Tigers 4 to 2 at the Arena pr'ze uionev rlnt UIOIICJ healthy sign aud it Ia .expected.'that on Monday the manager of contest announce another increase lit the rink Uit nieht. It was the first vlc- tory of the Eskimos over tho Tigers In view of the great interest being Marts this season. VANCOUVER 2. VICTORIA u. VICTORIA, Feb. a hard taken in the English Cup Competition, tlio thirtl round of whlcli -was today, it Is to note huw game, Vancouver tonight" heat Vi, good game' 1900-1-Tottenham beat Sheflk-ld toria 2 to 0. It was throat, Vancouver playing string S kcckey. Vanity T, Juetn. 4- KINCBTON, last aifht defeated Queens in the first Inter-collegiate game hero this siason 7 to 4. Prince Albert Wint HUMDOLDT, Sask., Feb. Prince Albert won tho first of tho homo and home Borien for the right Lo enter the elimination series for Ihe Henderson cup. The score on tho round was 16 to 9. Sltkitoon Wins SA6KATOO.V, Feb. won the first game in the homo and lomo series here last night from Prince Albert in the elimination ser- for the junior Saskatchewan hoc- key championship by four to nothing. heat 3; McGill 0 MONTREAL. Feb. Queen's Uni- versity Intermediate hockey team de- N. K. hampfon 3 to 0. beat Newcastle l to 0. beat Btirnslev 2 tc n. l. 1913-14-Burnley beat Liverpool 1 to 0. castle o to 1. heat New- beat Kver- ton 1 to 0. Aston Villa has won the cup on six occasions. ROPER WINS BY KAYO XliW ORLEANS, Feb. Hob. Itoper of Chicago knocked out Jimmy Griffin of San Francisco in the second round of a scUedulffd round bout here last night. FEATHER CHAMP. J Feb. Josephs of Boston regained the featherweight 1 championship of New England by 'rte- ranting AI Shubert of New ripdl'oni in a Id-round bout here last niyht. to set pnst with everything iheir Look For Monday's Paper For Big Increase In Prize Money RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 4 can the gportiny Pafc- 1. The competition will 6a called The Football Cuiiipctiti'jn. C. wiil be entitled lo d.i ir.any entries aa tht.-y desire, eaett entry ia f.V'.-nlj-- (ive. ami couuons to thu num- ber of entries. I' Competitors mua: croca out flit names of tho clubs tjiey think crosa out the nimiw of bota if they consider a iQSlllt. I illy 1m socui-iul i'roro ol' Tin; Heriild. 5. All monies will 1'e re- j tum'jd in prtzeH. 1'liy amount r.UWbcrs of prizel! tit: publlE-hcii cvary Monday morning for Ihiil, Refiulls oi' '.nmp.-'fitiun.s ivill bu published every oin! rhftques to successful conipelitui-s will bo mailed Immediately on receipt of j rooflrtnatlon by tho ft. All rnuat bt polled or ile- livsred to Herald l-ef-ire und- i on A iRtrdi. murk from rioim.1 onl.'lide of the eily I of be aK contAlningr a legitimate entry. j ENTRY FORM Games Played Feb. 26th, 1921 FIRST DIVISION Tottenham vs West Brom, A. Sheffield vs Derby County. Preston vs Arjenal. OlcJhmn vs Manchester City. Aston Villa vs Bradford City. SECOND DIVISION Barnsley vs Fulham. Bristol C. VE West Ham. South Shields vs Notts County. Port Vale vs Blackpool Clapton O. vs Leeds Un. THIRD DIVISION Watford vs Bristol R, Swindon vs Norwich. Southsnd vs Southampton, Portsmouth vr. Brentford. Plymouth F.AGIiR 71- 'Tho uaiTi'j iiftu '.'f in-i e-ornpctitor niuat bo clearly marked cin each coupon. 8. 'SUrnpti must not be uretf ay pay- for entries, ft. riitrif tha Editor, r must tin ,iiMrai--iicd if> tball Coinpetttlon, Tho 10. The Sporting Editor's O-cJiio final. 11.' Ernploysfts "of Tht HrtrnM u from competition SCOTTISH j St. Mirren vs H j Queen's Park vs Celtic. Pni-tick vs i Hearts v. Third j Falkirk vs 1 enter tiir. petition ill iiccordi'lii-r ruin.-; ilild dccioion ;ia flnal .mj i. Slgnea i Magnificent Inducements I The Movie- Magnate: Do you wish to ph-.y a brilliant roi'j in a I drania'.' i The Applicant: V.V-ll. rather! I'd be dflishtwl. What in it. .Mr. l-'iimo? The Movie We iirc about to oipwldion 10 Afri Medicine IJiM Nine lo Two WHS Kesult of Game -Wade Kidpath Could Not See Them Coming The fun of [he evening for the Mc-di- I I'l-oduci! a huge film, the i principal iici-iii-, you arc piirsiied by a i Imu. It's to IK; tin; thriller of the sea- son. Liku to take il? Applicant: what reiimneralion? The Movie .Magnate: SSiiu a week, and ull iuiieral i-a, to I cine and ''Hi" boys I. Steward, f. J .Moorhead, g. Smith, g. Corry, c. How Does Milk get into a cocoanut? Babe Ruth hit 'cm so far? The shell grow around an egg? Leiline keep on living? Houdini got out of that box? Theda Bara make those eyes? Jack Kearns so much crust? A camel go so long without a drink? .Don't you ever feel like telling your shrill you wouldn't accuse can lie f prevarication but jdeliciously? Asininities 'Opening choruses. -Burlesque "books." 'Musical comedy "books and lyr Prohibition claims. Believing Mew York baseball writings. and. girls si.iirt-.-d at the "V" wiiere the visitora were cnt.-rlained at sujijier Liviu. last night. Following short speeches Sleele, f....... by Kldyaih. chairman. Mary j Johnson, c. Ostluud, Ralph .Moore, of Medicine j 0 Hat, George ilcKillon and Mr. Hodg- son, tlie crowd departud for tho L.A. A.A. rinlv when; the fn-st encounter of tlie evening was to lie staged. For tile first twi-niy minutes of the hockey game it V.MS anybody's same. Boys' Gime The locals WIM-U no visitors hut were o fiillsivo. Ira Uosn. only holding the taking who left the of- a sick bed to play pin locals in the lead tills period by maUlim a beautiful rush up centre working his way the 'Hal forward lino anil then tho dormice. This'was all the scoring for tin; iirst period. In the second period the 'Hat boys were not ions in evening tip the score. Crawford counted on a pass from Moore at jorom this time on the play around the Leth- i liriduTi goal. Tlw I0i-al goalia was (having Bi'oat diflinilty in clearing his nut. Hnndcrspn counted No. two for tho 'I hit then Jlooro added three more making tlie score reenway, c..... Hamilton. __ s. Patching, s. Medicine Hat- Guther, f........ Russell, f. Crawford, c...... Kay, g. Gronward, g. Indifferent Luck Follows Some Good 500 Scores a. Total 3 15 COALDALE WINS PROM KNOX TUXIS BOYS IN BASKETBALL GAME ii'I with mi: U: tfci' third ra! Code Numbers Slip me five, pal I gotta Vo'i don't, get it. I have u sure thin jn .same You yestcrdiiy. l.o.d.- nut: Thru guy's n .O.u'or-cr.H.-jil iigenC Than he i-au show us th'.-l-L- s ty of oui- Ti-iends liave o deccp- sren't as dumb as they Icok. M 'i TEN PIN LEAGUE' STANDING (Work Lethbridge Heralds for sale in Calgary at Boston Hat and News Co.; at Better Bros, in Medicine Hat. I'll-- Iliiinl- ___ Hoiiiinion.s L'ocii Cola Won. Lost. I'M. Tli-- iiiin to tho si.'cond. thi! offensive and four more souls. rmi in two. to end rush mid to bn-iik inii) i :lcn; 1. CHMI-I-; Illlitolt. Irl'l r.-iu- l-oit'.-. rtlillH. A. ii. Itiir-si-l, ri-.-Ju. (I. i Vij u siiii. First. Hei'ol'jd Jieridil- id -vas very similar 'flat hoys held to-ichod Rldpath for hud liiadp another end iiotdfod another (or McAIliim next scoring column shot at liidpath. to flriiwford end- li'itfins a long shot the totul3 Letliiiridge a; j -'-i't (ieronce: j right, Green, Tur- The Kiiox Noblissoble gave the Coaldalo Tuiis quintet a merry run for the hoop victory which they wan in the closing minutes of play. The Knox boys played combination that had tlio hip; boya guessing and It was only ihpir weight that saved them from defeat. For the winners D. Baldwin was the high score man having 12 points lo his credit. The losers hare two for- wards that will boar watching in Al- lan Kidpath and iiob Gillespie. nid- jiiith counted 15 points and Gillespie -I. Line-up and scores XoMifinobla Coaldale It. Gillc.spie, c.. -I D. Baldwin, c ..13 A. Uidpath,, 15. Baldwin, f 4 C. Burldtt. f... B. Peterson, t 1 JlcQiiumi, g----- Mitchell, g 3 g...... Harts, g ......2 The Dominions took two games from The Herald on the Dominion Alloys last night ia the fifty Ten Tin League. Higher scores have prevailed during other matches, some of the good bow- ilcrs on both teams experiencing an j off night. Four scores over five hun- I dred were recorded and three of those were for the Dominions. Evans, for The Herald got the lone hundred for that team, rolling 573. Leaak rolled 541, Dawson 544. Maclean 512. Hayea was running In bad luck, getting his first hall ia the holo and securing splits. He was the low man of the two teams. The total scores were, Dominions and Herald 3.419. Following are the individual scores: HERALD i Evans McNiibb Jones Sinclair Risler 1st 21G 160 158 321 143 2nd 158 17S 154 H7 178 .Ird Pot. I 575 I 4S1 4S5 4S9 TSR 815 DOMINION'S i Hayes I-oask Drtwson Mar-Jean 1st 174 3.C5 171 185 ISO 2nd V.-.T, 144 201 301 172 3rd Tut. 454 39G 541 544 512 S53 DALHOUSIE WINS HALIFAX. team ntre; left wing; Gum-; fob. defeated St. Fraacis Xavler Colloijo team of Antigonhb by i, i-r-uro of -I io :i here last night and the inter-collegiate champion- Hat, Craw- LEWIS WINft Third period -Medicine Hat. Crow- .444 ford 2: i. Hose. McCallum .ma cnm-iDi-d. Hat. DBS MOIXES, Feb. "String- ier" won in two itrilfht falli from John Olln hers list nljht with head Jocks, _ SKATING Saturday Afternoon to 4.30, Skating Tonight 1.00 to 10.30. Admission 2Sc ind 15c. BAND ON MONDAY PHONL Look for the Name "Willard" on a battery identi- fies it u the product of the pioneer ia starting and batteries. It stands for the most im- portant battery tlie Willard Threaded Rubber Battery. When you buy a Willard Threaded Rubber only battery with Threaded Rubber buy freedom from old time separa- tor troubles, because the plates of this battery are not merely separated. trouble and eipenac. Ask about the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery and how you can recognize it. SCARLETT SERVICE STATION 311 7TH ST.'SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. PHONE (516. Willard Batteries ;