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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX BRINGING UP FATHER THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUliSOAY, FEUItUAItV 22. 1921 I'VF. vco OIT THCRE I'KR THSvE ToT v U IN 'iiO VOL.' t i K, Z A fj-MLOR ONCE- rOLLOWCO THE OOH'T LOOK. THOO4H NOU CVfcft UP iT! DO-YCO THINK ir WOULD 1 r u i- FOOD THAT IS WHOLESOME AND FRESH --mid food "that In economical iu tint's the kind of toad you get at this Among the hundreds Vho coniu hare daily are people in every wtlk of life. Cumo here for lunch In the crenlug when you roinaiu downtown. You, too, will like the 'service uucl food. BLAIRMORE'vs. LETHBRIDGE8 O'CLOCK TONIGHT RECORD CROWD EXPECTED OUT TO VIEW THE FIRST OF THE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES, Look for Three Thousand of South-1 ern Alberta May Depend on Outcome of Tonight's Will Be Fast from Start to Finish. HOCKEY RESULTS Tonight will be a testing time foi- the Lethbridge hockey Tonight Blainv.'are will come to town to defend its position as league leader and Cethbridge will try to find a foothold on the top rung and to obtain a chance at the Allan cup elimination series Tonight's game will mean much to both clubs. If Uthbrrdge gets s ffood lead in goals over Blair- more then the chances for Blair- more running away with the championship of the league will drop considerably. Should Blair- more QO home tomorrow morning. with a two or three ffoal lead over Lethbridge then it can 'be pretty well considered that Blair-more will represent Southern Alberta n the Allan cup elimination ier- lei. Thtre will be a crowd, postibly In the neighborhood of three thousand out to see the game. That is the number the rink management expect to pack iniide the guttt. With the addition of new platform it it considers J thlfc many fans can secure acorn- modation to view the garni. How- ever you will Have to be there earty if you want to get a front seat or a front view. Reserved seats went like hot cakes yester- day. Have your throats in good re- pair- Plenty of rooting will be iceded. That is one thing Loth teams will need and it is only natural that Lethbridge should Save the edge on the rooting on ome ice. Blairmore will be ''ere to fight ail the way but Blair- more will fight fair. It will be a splendid game from start to finish. The t.ethbridge boys are in J splendid shape. They have got over the Elairmore trip last and are ready to go tonight, Get r on the job early. 1 The game will be in the hands of outsiders. Sam McKcltar, of j Calgary, will be here as refirse so no partiality is guaranteed. Billy Martin, of Calgary, WM officiate at Blairmore on Friday night. IPINCHER AT TABER 'l OX THURSDAY NIGHT THEIR LIMITATIONS j Xajioleon spoke, ami uatiuus buuvti i the knee. His cjuiiioii roared. ;uui litiiius UL' men strewed j The Liuttle-lloltls; lite slightest whim j Till half the' world ami subdued. Ah, surely was an ace Hut he'rl have looked like ii'ell on second base! tuuqueretij Will Baseball To Ue Play- ed There as thing Settled Fine if Imperial Caesar led lite legions fortli, I And vanquished inllliuns in the mum: j of Rome. Ambition bore him onward, till he seized royal sceptre iu his glorious home! enlest? was simple! couldn't throw ;i ourvo to fool The Everything has been settled to a king's taste in regard to ball and football on Adams Park. At a meat ing of the L.A.A.A. held last night it was recommended that the football association be allowed to construct bleachers. The L.A.A.A. wjlf see that the grounds are laid out so that base- bail can be played without inter- fering with football. Everything has been amicably settled. Eskimoi 3 BDMOXTON. Feb. the final game of the Big Four series here tonight the Kdwoutgl Eskimos defeated the Calgar? Tigers by a score of 5 to ,1. Tho two teams will ifow play off for the Alberta cham- pionship. A protest against the Edmonton goal tender, Tbbin. made by the Caa- uduuis, who ulainwd. he had not com- plied with the residence clause. over-nUed at a executive meet- ing here this afternoon. The Tigers were not satisfied with the decision, however, and could not be persuaded to go on the Ice tonight TIED FOR THE JOP WIN LEAGUE FOR NEXT WEEK For Position Caused By jibing Your Vriends Into J petition and Boost i Money Giants Taking Three from Coca Colas The Giants and Herald are tied for first place ty the -first half of the city till three-ijuartcr. scheduled time. VANCOUVER 5; VICTORIA 1 .fTn'hour after'tho I ten-DIn which will necessitate another game before a decision is and then the second half of VANCOUVER. Feb. Vancouver emerged victorious over here tonight by a score of 5 to 1 in Pacific Coast Hockey association fix- tures, i The game was font ju.d rough, erught) penalties being handed out. i F in in Our Own 'Correspondent) j" TAPER, Feb. Allowing for u possible cliinook. the league 'with T'inrher ;u.Taber. be ed on Thursday evening of this week, and arrangements are now going for-i ward for the game which will be fui-: lowed by the customary dance. The locals have been tvyiiig to have thi- best ice possible before the game, and the recent snowstorm Vms brought un- foreseen difficulties, but good ICG ha? been obtained, and it is hoped all the fans will lake notice and grace the with their presence. The last league game here, will not, however. put a finish ice. activities, as a moccasin. dBfcce, a carnival, an- nual oid men's game, are all forecast- ed in the pluos Tor the close of tho season, unless the rink goes out of business entirely. x AUSTRALIAN CRICKET Guidebook to Hell Alain Streets: Those tununtetl by malefactors of grout wealth, ordinary! criminals, vamps and Al-i leys reserved for crooked ballplayers. Pavements: Made of composition, chief ingredients good intentions, chorus girls and boois-FIaska. Public Buildings: The Devil's pal- act1, the, Hi-oiling Rooms, tbe heating plant, and tiiu General Bakeries. In Spin) 11 Into Semi- Pilling Loses in Extra Round 1ABER301025 process of construction: Ited hot auto iSperlal to Herald "i Feb. Spiruw.. DI I ..el abridge, showed tu iidvunlug-1 j in tho provincial boxing champion-! at the Armories last when j plant for fool chauffeurs and joy. !lt! Rerouted K. Coar. Calgary, riders. dinsion. On Public Baths: Mflted lead, bailing i Spirov will oppose pitcher, or plain boiling water. (Junes, Calgary, cuter the finals. SYDXEY. K. S. Feb. Hestayrnnts: Xo change t'roua most' Pillion Loses ?sd. match lietweeii the j ot" those on earth. Ball Park: Uoomy bait game every BUT THK HOME CLULJ ALWAYS LOSES. Gas Hoys Stopped Off to Get One Laurel Before Re- turning Home I1 i iisHintr English team am] New South Wales was ieU drawn. England scor- ed '127 ami 381 and New South 417 and 151 Tor two wickets. WEEK Firtt Prize Second Prize Third Prize RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION 'ARE AS FOLLOWS: I L campeUliou ba called j Tha Football U. Comyetilors will bo entitled to c.3 rr.any entries a.s ihey desire, provided j each entry Is accoin parted by tweuir- live cents, ana coupons to the nuui- fcer entries. 5. Competitors must cross otjt nuitiM o: the clubs they Ihink w.ll IOSB and cross out tlie names of belli it they consider a draw will rcKiilt. i 4. Coupons can only scciir-'cJ from Sporting Papo of Tho lie raid. !5. All monies will rt- in piizes. Tim aimnini ami of prizes vill be publish'id c-verv Monday morning: for tliat week's Essntts of i-cirnpplition-i will j b.9 published and cliequM to will immediately on receipt of 'in case ihoTiiVl. s-ai'nil'ur- Lhini 1 prices are. dlvlrlwi .aiii-nff tw-i or inn jin'st1 The IhM'ald Ui'i light to ijfpuPK tiiat will] number ol1 con-ect fyrr-raKirt will r ceivo the highest nf nri 7. Allcntrlcn 1'" P'tsf.-j .1 IlTPrcd to Tim Herald before Tilfflit on Fridays, A Fri.ipy pc.s rnarlt from points of tlio cl pf Ltthbndse will be considered a tesiUmAt? "nlry. 5. The iiumft :intl nritii-rss t remDelltor must be clearly markcil esnh coupon. 3. must be used i-1 ni'nt for 19, AH aiitrti'ii must be acMrt's.sM Football Competition. I'l 11. "Thn Sporting Krlif.or's will tlnfil. barred from the cumpfilition. ENTRYFORM Games Played Feb. 26th, 1921 FIRST DIVISION "Tottenham vs West Brom. A. Sheffield vs Derby County. Preston vs Arsenal. Oldham vs Manchester City? Aston Villa vs Bradford City. SECOND DIVISION Bamsley vs Fulham. Bristol C. vs West Ham. South Shields vs Notts County. Port Vale vs Blackpool Clapton 0. vs Leeds Un. THIRD DIVISION Watford vs Bristol R. Swindon vs Norwich. Southcnd vs Southampton. Portsmouth vs Brentford. Ply nouth vs Swansea. SCOTTISH LEAGUE St. Mirren vs Hibernians. Queen's Park vs Celtic. Partick vs Kilmarncck. Hearts vc Thirfl Lanark Falkirk vs Ranycrs. I cnk'r liie ll.'jl'iild L'r.ol-hnti (.'orr.' r.'-titlon in auconlaiii'i! wllh HIP, rules iiiilinii derjiijiou us linal ami biudiug. a liis ieayuc player miirniurs and yruivs mutininia Ijocause IIB is kept un the bench fur months. That's nothing. The Snprome Court Justices are keiit oil tlie bench for life. After all, it is difficult to bi: ed when hroke. 1-ldith Anne: Yes, tile heat [dare 1'or policewomen would undouijtetUy be on the outskirts. f jf'iies your head iiavj a horrible Then, iierhctjis, you liave nuide u mls- I had betior nut use Tliat same pattern of booze. Le.-il your friends shall be naked ti; I your wache! Cave-Mann M.Tried at PiUshurgh, Hurry and (Jertrmle L. .Mann. They are trying to ihiposc a tax on old maids in Kansas, and figure that it -will yield an irnfjienss revenue. Surs any woman would rather pay a heavy tax than ma a Kansas man. Yal Pilling of (.'imlHloil lost A de- cision to Koberi N'eill, Calgary, In tlio middleweight division. Pilling ap- peared to have a slight advantage lint the judges ruled otherwise and order- ed an extra round, when Nelll came bark strong. Reynolds. Medicine Hat, was awarded a decision over G. Fair- weather, of Calgary, in the liantam- i weight division. Thornton. Culsurj. defeated Thomp Medicine flat, in the lightweight class. In the welterv.x-ight class Gerlitz, Calvary, outpointed Goode, Medicine Hut. -I- 4- A A A A A A A A O OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL j national even ball tie rry most sen- tlic association foot- ;s on Satiiriiay was the comiileto colhipse of Burnley be- fore Hull, whir hoped in set n their virl-iry fron Their opponent pod by tin: absi.i H.iilcy. never s whii-ll '111 triuinpliH. (From Our OTrt CQirasDairieRO TABBR, feb. the Raymond and gaiiics, the ifefi'tine Hat hoontr from the on thj "hanks of tbe South Syslcatchewiiu, 'Ir.ipped tntci tOTni on Giants eastbovnd ami tho locals eu-1 Herald the schedule will start; likely on Mon- day The new pins cmised lots of grief for the trundlers of both teams last night, and although the Giants won all three jamcs they did BO by the nar-' rowest of margins in each case. They took the first game with 11 pins to spare, the second by 15 and tho last by 7 pins. Schweitzer was high ag- gregate and high Individual last night. getting 578 for bis three fames and 223 for high single. The scores: i j GIANTS I 1st 2nd 3rd Tot: Freestone 151 139 198 4SS Sloan 161 175 510 Hopper 117 168 450 159 177 4S2 35ft 146 47u 747 803 COCA COTA 1st. 2m! Srfl Tot. 173 17S 57S ___ 13a Mo 46-1 173 130 487 ___ 107 123 340 145 192 519 Itnriu With the football competition going ahead with loapa and bounds and with an increase of fifty dollars this week over last week, there is no telling where the competition will end. How- ever we would like to another fifty dollar jump next Get all your friends to come into the competition. More entries, more prize muney la the way it works. All the money received in entries in week goes as the prize money for the the following weeU. Every eeut is thua used. Get ''your entries in early. Dou'c wait until the last minute.' Schweitzer Needs Smith ____ Price Shover them in ft nittllns skirmish in Dominions Mm evening. Tln> jeme waa {.1st ani! foca Cola furious, and cal'ed but a good crowd, h.u perhaps would have been there but for its sudden announce- ment. Peraaps also a different result 738 7BO League Standing Won Lost 11 7 11 7 10 12 Pet. .Ml .611 .444 .333 Below Trill ue found the averag'es for those who took part in a majority of games played liv their teams. Frey. might have been posted had the locals i Leask and Evans "are tied for high av- nat rushed from the train to jet ready, with 179; Shover second with but the game was a close one tt that, nnd the crowd had good light BMlDX, and all ware prttty utjiflM. Tie first half teimlUd In a HCOM nf 15-13 in ttvot: of Hit, and thl 177; Irwln third with 174; Smith with 171. nrlr-3 was still better, .for strenuous play, the period ended '25' all. Ten niinutes qyertiiue'' wan j agreed on, and the Hitters succeed- Maclean ed iu wresting the laurels from .Tab- er by ftff more points, (eav- ng the score overtime fiame 30-25. The Tuber hoys desire to give everyone a fair deal, .and the local manager, therefore ataies that one of the locals overstepped the line, and made a foul basket, which the score keeper (ailed to see, and the score DOMINIONS Pins. Games. Average 5450 IB 183 3063 18 170 2311 15 154 S1SO 12 179 2585 15 172 IIERALT) Pins. GameK. Average Representative Weltz Asks For Uis Impeachment Fur High Crimes WASHINGTON, Feb. ance by Federal Judge Landis of Chi- cago of as supreme head of baseball, .while nerving on the bench, might go unchallenged "if the motive back ot it were not so Rep- resentative Welly, Democrat, Oiiio, declared today before the house jud- iciary committee, in demanding im- peachment of the judge for "hish crimes misdemeanors." Calling attention to- the action of the supreme court of the District ot Cojumnia in asaos.HlnK damages of. against the bis league base- ball association in suits brought und- er the anti-trust laws and the indict- t ment of players in Chicago for throw games. Mr. Welty said: "While matters pero pending in the courts, this illegal trust made Judgo Laudis its chief arbiter." Jones 2704 2141 GIANTS Ping. .Gam 179 1J4 170 ir..- 179 iter." FIGURE SKATING COMPETITION 'Inn the best, ouly should have heeii, at the close of the Freestone Hull deserved regular game, 26-24, so that an over- was unnecessary. Hoirorsr, tha Hvery point of. view. Ithough official score was .a tie. In any case the locals put ,up a good argument, aud the fans are duly proud of them. of Anderson and the standard many recent was the same Arlhur Urisbanu days llenjamin Franklin a KniiT. retl us KumelliiuL; uliout I thin, eminent Swede. George Wash- ington, tllat valiant Spaniard, Hubert ham in tin- imlv Kniiiint, and tbal liurolc C'llnainan, Ulysses H. Grant. j as that which i ace in the previous-' round. Hramlou 1 scored tliini. 'I Wolv.H-li., iich liall'. adding the was 2S.OOi ictory over Kul- r.ie match siaged CANADIAN ENTERS U. 8. A. ARMY SPORTS EVENT NEW YORK. 'Feb. Kelson Irwln in teruis a the srealost [odd Cu a and dust to cms! yet you the auto shimmy dancers found I Why diiu'l ihi 'A'liu arc i' iiji rliff'.s victory fore 21.IIHO speciatn only tally. w Tottenli.-ini i-mi hel'ore a di.Htinctiv Thompson, the Canadian Olympic hurdler has entered in tho 70-yard high hurdles of the first mem- attendance" of j orlal in-door games of the second di- d excellent foot-1 vision post of the American Legion iie niritr-li by the I which will be held here on Mirch 11. sheer hard luck-. I result was Car-i GOODERICH WINS TORONTO, Feb. GooO- was Southampton IJH-J TtJHO: Gill scored thcM-rich of Schweitzer Xeeda Smith Price..... Shover 3063 292S MS7 COCA COLA Pins. Games. Averape Average 15 1S7 IS .170 18 147 IS 383 13 174 2553 2830 2899 1434 33 S4 Jl IS 170 156 171. 130 177 ICING'S PLATE WILL AGAIN BE PREMIER RACE AT 1VOODBHNE TORONTO, .Feb. Kins's Plate this year, which is open fo- i MONTREAL, Feb. amateur skating association ot Canada, llgure skating department, announces that the tenth Canadian competition under tho patronage of the Duke and Duchess ot Devonshire, will be held at the Winter Club here on Friday, February, 25. Lady Rachael Cavendish is a prominent competitor. ESTABLISHES SKI .RECORD LAKE PLACID, X. Y.r Feb. Gunner Michaelson, 16 years oid. of the Frldjof Nansen A. C., Berlin Hills, N'. II., was the iirst In the internv tional amateur ski jump here yester- day with 1.400 points. He also estab- lished an eastern record of 118 feet, made on his third try. Smoke dn Bame Later i for there "ii the I Astf u lien preparations had twice thai, licrtlOll Of the irei'iisc .if a lino match, ii'i I'lHu1. exhausted Buffalo was awarded the horses foale'd iii 'Ontn.-b. .i.Tain will i judge's ileclsion over Joe Datvson. of be a rich prlie tor Ontario breeders i., ,n------., i..... As wan tlie case lost, lit I'v-v added aud lifty il.n ls ;1 surprise. iMily at SoutlHMid Milwaukee iti a 10-round bout here isappdintiiiB gain last night. Burl Iildlcy of Buffalo went (tight rounds t'j u, draw with Scotty Liquor, a local boxer. n Vi ORTEGA BEATS CHIP KKW YORK. Fob, 32.-Battling Or- tt certain thai.. ICKII of California, received the judge's In the game, decision over George Chip, former gift of Ills msjaity. 'lliis classic, vbifii in th.e oldest continuous run race on the continent, will this ynar ho fiecid-1 ed on Saturday. May 21. nl the Wood-1 bine and entrien will vloje with the Ontario Jockey Club, on March lli. Otlier Ontario joclcey club stakes [.superior bi 11 j inn Ilinld'.'.rsMi Whiskey ir, man's v.cnt enemy, and 'i'lie utti'iidiinc also a cr.wardly is Kiiines i-np holtlcra, middleweight champion, after a 16- will c'.ose ou 15 ure the most impossible to find where hiding. it li, totalled form, heal- ilio eight r.up ti'i iind tile fuuud bout in Brooklyn'last night. Lethbriclge Heralda for sale iu Caljcai'.v at Boslon Hal ka and News Co.; at Bottcr in Medicine Hat. NEW SWIMMING RECORD HYUXEV, N. S. W.. Feb. Dabietty. of Neiv York, created a j new swimming record for la AUSTRALIAN CHAMP. the liiO-yan! event here today, cover: Feb. 31.---K K.line tho distance In minute 4 2-5 NnHralia. yesteniay I She clipped four-lifthB Of a iiistrall-iii: swim- second from the old record of 1 Uidy Laujor of ute G 1-3 seconds mult by OOBU, In rliiladeljliia July, 1520. Stanley Produce stalren, Breeders' stakes and the PJaple Leaf gtalres. Unlike Ihe King's I'latu, the latter three stakes will be open to liorsefi foaled In the Dominion.of Canada, HERMAN GETS DECISION TROY, V.. Her. mat of Xew York wns laat nigltt awardni the decJKlon over Ralph Brady of Syrneim the end of t Jo-round For bttt buy in large PHONE CHI ;