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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta t'AGE SIX MIT11BRIDGE DAILY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY BRINGING 'UP FATHER G. McManus LETHBRIDGE CHAMPS TRIM HAT HOOPERS 47-30 QUITE Lstlibridge hoopers, cham- pion basketball'leam of South- ern Alberta, defeated tho .Medicine Hat team on the "V" gym floor hero last night. 41-30, v.'Hliout extending themselves. A full account of .the j game will appear in the city eaitiou. j SCOTTISH FOOTBALL" LONDON', Feb. result' of: the re-playeil match IB' tbo Scottish cup series between liakh Rovers Kasl Sterltug today waa tour to noth- ing in favor of tlw former.-' -WORLD OF Jravrn. It's a case of default, noi or dissatisfaction often, at least} at the one's takea on to fill la. Under the handicapping this evil Is much lessened. A strong total must give the points to the weaker aggregation and a good game results. Thca again, it will happen that cer- j I tain members who. >vaot to join the' club and curl when they to be left off any for tho reasou of the spasmodic, visitations they can pay the ice. These wo understand are called "Hovers." Their ability being known, they also are numbered orj handicapped, as we call ,lt. then can go to the rink and p'ay nt, and get on where a man is i Handicapping for Curlers Some New Wrinkles (By J.S.K.) Hockey Tonight Taber Juniors and Knox Jun- lors.wlll clash at; the L.A.A.A- rink tonight at S o'clock. The I- :T (Continued from Kroot Page) Ico is, in, good shape. Taher eal: Knox 'at Tabcr a h local Curling has gone on Its joyous way for--many, .many years, without much change. In every club there are good, fair, bad and indifferent artists. Us- ually a good curler wants' a good rink, and a real poor one doea not get on anf but a fair or poor rink. This as a. rulo spoils the uncertainty of who -.will win. Of course not always, be- Tcauss "lick" figures very prominently anil you know yourself the other fei- when ho trims you. has had all luck and you never had a chance. That's the way we ?ver had (ell It on yhow. Then again Where iho bonsplel looms large In the minds of the major- Hy, Trho can. get Into It, they naturally to be prepared, and It has been deflnltels" shown that rinks who play, together year after year are the real contenders, and they ratso tho stand- ard of play. But they must have prac- tice together before spieling TVhat chance then has the groen man, or the weakjrlnk ID local events, if they have to go up against Not much. What throughout, and who all want to play any time and g short and the schedule Is not disrupt- ed, games are not postponed, and every one has a fair show for the hon- ors. It's worth a trial-----nest year. Happy thoughts! Who will be the handicap committee! See these guysj tell how poor they curl to get a lower classification. Will anybody be sore to Be classed number three! think not. It will be tho other way around. BJmonion claims it gives good satisfaction. 1 and.: the boys are out after re- Be there.: -f Jot the tax rate. It via estimated In j Iho case, ot the Northern that the construction would require two years, and the financing plan con- HeniBlaled no Interest chargo during tha: period. All the figures obtained were Ihe utmost maximum, too prem- ier having previously stated, that these were based on nn estimate of ?50 per acre. "Wo will then ask tho legisla lure said the Premier, "to set aside a, sum lo guarantee, It need he, the In-' I No need to use a hammer because hatclicL Where there is a are together-and-maybo are preparing to Georee a take in the bonsplel. Each Is a first j class curler, each Is number one. Thej reIaMons.. ]n other W0ra5 let us try rink then totats'four points. On. the other hand you have for mstanco .a bunch of young fellows something once. Suggestions are now In order. Book your ticket for the Irish-Scotch who hare lasted blood In a Colts com- un March thB petition. They have made up their minds to play together, but under or- dinary circumstances they have no more chance of winning, than that snowball the poet speaks of. But give- that rink for example a few points la a game and their "pep" nerve and general go-get-'em spirit would make the best rink step to keep Hockey Results ot a trimming. Brandon's First; Win i BRANDON, Feb. out tho services of three of their stars, Falcons received their second defeat OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phones 78? Residence 1210 E.D.HB.C. Simonton and. Pat rick (Get 1261 and Barnard Also in Money With 1205 Teh. 20. and Pad In the d lug, tournament today by. spilling thu pins for 1201. .Barnard and'Brown, also of Calgary, rolled 1205, and the tfcresl payable upon the bond Issues. This sum will te used, If neei be, for two; purposes, to guarantee tha inter-i est'and to" for necessary! construction worV, for an official trus- tee, It_ho should bo nut In charge." Premier then went on to ex- plaiii that this fund., which In this particular Instance would bi? about JovO.OOO, could only be expanded by ordcr-li-councll through an" orliiiiul trustee who would bo installed In plp'cr-. of the regular trustees for the district. This is Statement of Premier Stewart; in Outlines Alberta's Plan Eddie Bcfgtr Joe Flentttln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country a Specialty Phone Office 409 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrldje, Alberta. Hide In a Mclaughlin Special, It coitt no more. fKceclal to The IlpralJ> EDMONTON, Feb. eously with his laying ot correspond- ence on the liible of the house between J. D. McArthur and' federal officials evidencing tuat negotiations have been and still are lu progress between Ihe government niid Mr. McAr- thur tor the proposed taking over of the iMmonton, Diinvegan British Columbia Hallway, ..'Premier Charles Stewart tbilay delivered: :iu eilonded f'Js .this payment of Interest lo he address on tho railway situation in Iho guaranteed by statute so that tho bond- uprtli in his reply, to the speech from holders'will be certain of asked A. B. Ewlng, (opposition) North Edmonton. PLAN TO AVOJD DfeFAULT OF BONDS "It Is not proposed that the govern- ment shall guarantee the interest on the throne.- The gist of Hie statement was thot the government Is sllll awailins; ac- tion of' federal government and .parliament; that an- .thoritics are prepnrid'in the event of failure of these negolfatious to appoint of Calgary, forged ahead sh3l! u oubles of tho tho replied Mr. Stewart, "but: a receiver who Will'operate'tho rail- So taking such a rink1, the skip may _ _ Iv0f tho season at the hands of Erin- third team, fix! Josh Moore, of tfon fav a 0( ,0 b6 only a second class !.e has' "u" three other fellows' who are wins with him because they are only sec- Kitchener W.ns This was RaronSi ,well, getting 112S. Smith and Becker, >f Milwaukee, theie "tough" boys. is the answer? Charlie Carberry comes along with a suggestion (or the local club to try next year; It has been adopted and Yfiih great success by all the clubs In; l-dmonlon. H simply is handicap your individ- players and In doing so, your rinks. It has been proved this year that the local curlers, with five sheels of Ice, baye actually only accommodation for 100 curlers, that Is to give value for membership paid, and this num- ber of members getting three- games a week .to each rink, i The .plan as suggested works follows: Taking your skips first, rate them according lo year In and year out ability. You will have flrst class, second class and Ihlrd class skips. ond or third class curlers themselves. Tho handicap committee deals with them as follows; third 2, sec- ond 2, lead total points- for this rink U. They come up against the rink we spoke of with a rink total of four points, They lake four from nine, and It leaves your young rtnk with a handl-! cap of five points. This they got on the score hoard Before the game starts. And take H from me Pete, five points Is a bannl-; cap, or any other figure for that mat- First class, gets a and so on. second, n Then the thirds, seconds and leads are classed and handicapped as were skips. It then you have a first class skip, who has a flrst class rink tied until tpdayj are In'tblrd, place yrith KITCHENER, Ont.. Feb. Kitc> 1 1195. cner defeated Toronto Granltbs' to- Becker..Hioii Aggregate senior I WlNNlPEtj, Fefi.': Becker., of O. If. game, one" result of 'which is i is declared mati it' C goals to a three-cornered tie, between Kitch- ener, Granites and'ParkdalB. 1 OALOARY, Teb. the Winnipeg bowling tournament, he having a total qf.J.lSOS, and_. Jimmy 'kej third lakes 'rovinctal Champ! Smith, of .Milwaukee, tal 'eb. j place; Calga of Edmonlon, champions i fourth place; of Chicago, lakes of the Dig Four Hockey League, which seventh, and'Jim'Mitchell, of Miune- entitles them lo play' the "Saskatche- (anolis, ninth. wan League champions for the Pattern t There was no change In Ihe five- cup, emblemalic ot Ihe Western Can------- ada championship. man lea ma excepting that the Mtmie- Ihe game and for 12 ends the young! rink arc going to have the i more likely the satisfaction of putting a crimp ,in the other fellows. And you know what "Ruby Dob Fllzsltn- mons" said: "The blggei- tiivy are the harder they fall." Uut you get the think that you will think that Charlie thinks a good think., At least It Is worth a trial. The (handicaps would be ad- justed, say, after, every competition. Another phase, and one that is a constant source of bickering: H so happens that often one or two mem- hers of a rink can not play tho night Not satisfied with thet- G to 1 vie- with J673. Show here last night, 2 to 1, thus giving them an advantage of lo 2 iu the two-game series. j That the best leam won goes with- out saying. The Edmonton leam handle tho puck like a well-oiled ma- chine and not only during the regular Athletics rolled Into tenth place shall set up a fixed sum to pay over to.the official trustee or .irrigation to be, to avoid default on the There aeenied-to be feomc, dlfrerertoe of opinion ,as to whether llmt any. provincial funds put Into the lines utider these latter tillions would he strictly towards phys- ical url'tc the own- ,'orfi'br creditors of tbo linos, nud that the government did not propose fo was a bond guarantee or. not but thoTtake advantage "of present conditions I -Premiervnslslcd that, broadly speak-'to force Mr.-JIoArlhur io lose llwj lag. the government was Kot.giianm- equity .premier was con-; teoinB'the Interest or. bourk vinccd no-had hi-the railway, cspl; as it iras nrpvidlri; fis- 'Several put to -Mr. surance that' it be" paid In this frvy; In iha'Course of this slate- uritil ;ih6" project'was paying 'A. F. Mr. Sler.-Ji.rt went on to say that this; Kdmonton.'ivho finally drew policy was" nof a general one, thai.' Jrora-tue premier thoi direct statement each individual project would be (hat the value ot Mr. McArthiir's puta- Dominion Bowling Alleys Baiement, Dominion Blrff. Entrance on Sixth Street wilh' separately, that must come'with the direct'sanction of. the Reply iGflisiaiu >Tng to" a question from ilol. CURLING Nelson 'Spencer of Medicine Hat, Mr. Stewart said that he rouH not say what the.interest oh the bonds vanM 'that there were further details ft be laid before the house. He hopes I the Dominion government which iind ..promised to take.the bonds would take them at par. WINNIPEG 'SPIEL WINNIPEG. Feb. Dunbar, STRIKES (WERE COSTLY LONDON, Ueneral Federation of Trades Unions nnnounr.- mutv Him ninj UU....D jllHD WOIl nlB to reueiiiijuii VL utMiKs unions uuiiLtum J" i Robinson trophy' cd that during thelastquarter tho displayed their superiority This is better realized when known that In seven, games (hi! Ier they won six of Ilieio from the Wanderers. Tigers Champs of Group 1 HAMILTON, Out.. Feb. the event "this morning and thus assured 1( .hls rlnh of carrying' Hack- home prizes. Ills victory this morning was rloyees and Iron moulders' Bl Bilncc: at Iho expense of Burns, of "The saddest says the f was out by Iho organization connection with the cotton1 em- lrlkcs. edera- finals. Macdqnald this morning won negotiations." from Smith, of the local Gi-anites, 12 to 10. Frank Cassldy of the local Thistle club, wins tho grand aggregate with Cam, Chisholm of Iho Granite club, runner-up. score of 4 to 1 tho Hamilton defeated Dentals ot Toronto tonight and won the honors of Group One. eliminating tho Toronto team In the race for the 0. H. A. championship. Play-off Necessary MOOSU JAW. Sask., Fell'. gina defeated Moose .law, 5 to 4, to- night anrl a ploy-off will be necessary lo ilccldc tho Saskatchewan Hockey i IvcJiguc championship. i Vancouver 3 to 1 I VICTOHIA, U.C., Fob. rame back strong tonight and defeat- ed Vancouver, 3 (o I, In tho Pacific Coast Ilockoy League. Aura Lee 2, Cleveland.1 CLKVBIjAND, 0.. Feb. Aura ot Canada defeated thR I pioHTING FORCE Cleveland hockey team, 2 to 1, lieioj WINS WATERLOO CUP lasl iilght. (ho ]oca, u (o aild lion In connection with the announce- this afternoon at 4 o'clock he meets the failure ot this eipendl- J. 0. Jlandonald and his stalwarts 'ure to obtain anything heyond what from Fort William, OnL, la the semi- might have been secured through KAUFF ON BAIL YORK, Feb. 21. Benny Kanff. centre-fielder of the New York Giants, charged with receiving H stolen automobile, was held on bail for (rial yesterday. Ho declares he did not know the car was "stolen. MOTHERS' PENSION FOR COLORADO FATHERS live" equity, which- stood between' the niirchase-ot the B., D. B. C. by the Pacific" Railway was1 tlii unsecured liabilities, amounting to about according to Mr. Me- Arthur. "Practically the claim of the Union Bank.'" remarked Attorney- General J. AVhlle dealihir with railway topics, the premier also announced.that the "Dominion government lias agreed to assume- responsibility for payments made by this government of interest in default on1 the bonds of the Grand Trunk Pacific Hallway aa soon as they secure possession of Ihe lines.'1 SHIP GOLD TO SOUTH AMERICA NEW 1'OllK, Fob. heavy gold shipments to South America are explained by the statement that lyOii- drawing on reserves' hero lo make payment for purchases of grain I and hides. The total amount shippai! thlrly million dollars. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING. IN .RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING! Lawford Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbridgg Hotel 1544 1XKNVEH, Colo., i Feb. father Dons 5, Arflos 2 TORONTO. Fob. surpris- ed the hockey fans hern lasl night by defeating Argonauts, 5 to 2, in ono of the moat uninteresting games ot the Feaeor..', Those teams share tho, bot- tom runs of liic O. A. senior group NO. a. Sudbury 7, Copper Cliff 4 SITHIU'KV. defeufVd Copper Cliff here.last-nignl. 7 lo 1, and-won'the group honors. iKmlbury iiiajrs lialloyhury in thu jun- ior Northern O. H. A. finals. TOBACCO molcmjand Chewing SWIMMING RECORD ;j1IN'NBArOLlS, Minn.. Feb. Clcmont Brown of tho. Chicago Ath- lollc Club, set what was announced'as a new world's record when he won (ho men's' senior mile Dimming event In 23 minutes, t 2-n Bdroncla, In a Central A. A. U. championship nidct here lasi night. Tho previous record, 23 mfnutes 1C 3-o seconds, was held by Kiernan, of Australia. KERR SIGNS l.ON'DON. Feb. Canadian Waterloo1 cup, the blue ribbon of coursing competl-1 lions, was today won hy S. Dunn'a Fighting Force, from M, L, Ileam's Moncyman, lo take nrtivo charge ot caring for his children is eligible for a pension under the Colorado mothers' pensions law, according to a ruling by Judge B. Lindsay of the juvenile courf, Judge Lindsay granted F. C. Draper of Denver, right to apply for relief iiutlcr tho plotters' Compen- sation Act, tia tljc father chll. 'dren and the able living parent. Un- der- the law It would he possible for Driper lo receive a minimum ot a mouth for tho support of hla chil- dren if his application Is favorably a'ctM upon. SIR AUCKLAND GEDDES FOR U; S. AMBASSADOR? Feb. Auck- land tieddes, minlsler of na- 4 tlonal service and lion, who ia reported to have ft been offered the ambassador- 'f ship to the Uritedi States in succession to Barl Grey, 'ln- formed tho Associated Press ff today that ho was not awars of the government haviug ar- rived at any decision regarding ff the naming of an ambassador to Washington. DUNDEE GETS DRAW. Ca.. ten- round bout here tonight between Jack I-awler, Oraabji and! .Johnny Dniiilto. Now York Hght- wolght. was called a dfftw by Iho ref- eree, hut all Ihrco sport writers at Iho ringside stated (hat Ixiwlcr had the hotter of seven rounds. Tho fight was a fast ono with Ixiwiur doing of Ihe leading. CHICAGO, .Feb. Ricli.tfd Kerr, IiltcliDr for the Chicago Amorirnns. has signed A 1920 contract. Ho Is at presen! at Paris, TwW. _.____ HEADS SKATING ASSOCIATION l.AKfc Y., Fob. Joseph Moore, former Metropolitan J champion, New York, was elected j president of th? International Sfcat- era' AssoclMInn In Iho rc-organlzallon of hotly, cfferted last night. SRiis- sell .Montreal, was choHen vice-president, and Gcorgo F.- Xorgar, Clevelahd, p.rjcrfitar'y-tr'eaa'nrcr. Tho lioard of control, Is W consist of one member for each city represented In Iho association and Kill chosen We Have Installed a Full Equip, mff'nt for Repairing MOBILE RHR6 Can handle all makes of cm. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Shett Metal Workers 33S 6th St. PHpno 17.13 AUCTION SALE I HAVE BEEN INSTRUCTED BY M. P. LAVINE TO PUBLIC AUCTION On THURS., FEB. 26th AT 2JX P.M. ON THE EAST HALF OF SECTION 21-8-21 KNOWN AS OLD EXPERIMENTAL FARM Ons Ifrfoot Cockshutt engine disc; one plow, stubble bottom; three-section lever harrows fc-fc-ot Prsrinfj binder! One 5-foot Deerina mower one S-foot mower; ona Cockshutt drill; on: hay rnkc; two bull r.iksa; ana slack- er; wagon and box complete; one wagon gear nne hay rack; one democrat, shafts and pole; ono sleigh; one team horses; two double work harness; one single harness; one caddie, TERMS CASH MR. LAVINE HAS GIVEN UP FARMING. EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD. GEO. P, PORTER AUCTIONEER PHONE 1M2 327 1'iTH STREET SOUTH GASOLINE The GAS SAVER whips up gasoline and net! more action out of it than was ever thought possible. This wonderful little uev'.eo mechanically breaks up "the mixture" fnto n miieh more highly rarllleiJ gas, thus secur- ing practically 100% combustion and driving your car fnllej farth- er with every Qallon of fuel used. This device will reduce the cost of gasoline to 30c per gallon. The CAS SAVER Ts sold under positive guarantee of satlsfac- Your money wilt be cheer- refunded, without qiltRtlnn. if you art not satisfied aft-r 10 days trial that it will do all we claim. You are made the judge. You risk nothing, THE CANADIAN GAS SAVING DEVICE, SOLO EY I Oarage Corner Fourth Ave, and Third Street South t-elhbridge Phone 1190 ;