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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LUT11BKIDUE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 24.1021 UP B; G. McManus I I'VE COT A TEN !f fc'LL TIED T0 A KOCK I'UL ------1 j, DBOCIT IS THE RMM.QAR OWORRQW- ___J HIJHI HE HVjNT COTACEtST- OH: WSCUL HE WON'T ee T TOWN Hit, -SAN.T, HE HADN'T tVlVN vow: THE it> j FROTMSN! I COME IN HANDY COLO ALL ROADS LEAD TO THIS RESTAUR- ANT WHEN YOU START FOR SOME- THING TO EAT. SILVER GRILL BASKETBALL TONIGHT; RA YMOND VS. LETH. BREAK BOWLING TIE AT THE ALLEYS TONIGHT TONIGHT Pluy Exhibition Games With Two Lethbritlgc Teams Tciii's'iii ut the Al- leys. ;a UK: Uicints and Hei-iikl roil oft' th.1 tie for lomlcrship in i_bt> half in" ttie city ten piti league. 'Uuiii mams will liavu tfteir full strength out anil ihreo guuil games are looked fur, Immediately alter this match a meeting is culled to ar- range for the second half of the Ktlieilule which will sian next Monday night. Eudi team in ilie Joiimie is urgently re- quested to have a representa- tive on hand. BLAIRMORE AND LETHBRIDGE BOTH WANT TO CLAIM RIGHT TO DEFEND PROVINCIAL CUP IJPMtTll LIFE Hockey Situation in Crow's j Neit League Becomes Further Involved 1m- poasible to Play Game on i rive at Decision. iliiii'k time with the puck going ahead at them at the end ot Barbour's stick. Contrary to the statement or the Lethbridge reporter the Lethbridge team never at any time skated Blair- more oft their feet. It certainly kept rnday Night in Blairmore! Ulalrradro humping at times to defend Trying to Ar- "'eir ?ut were Tonight basketball fans will he giv-j en a great treat. They will have an j opportunity of seeing tho southern! Alberta champions perform on the Y. M. C. A. floor. The first will' commence at 7.30 o'clock. Raymond will play an exhibition game here with the local seniors. Tin-- champions will also have their second team on the job and they will play I the Lethbridge second's. The gume ill be a good one from start to ftnifih. f Raymond has developed a great hoop team this season. Lethbridge has a good team as well and it is petted they will be able to make Ray- mond step. WEEKiGEIINi Help Us Break Another Record i For Next Week's Prize Money Old Country Football Scores Feb. (Canadian An- Scottish Cup games yesterday resulted i Ayr United 1: ilo'therwell 1. I Aberdeen 1; Dundee 1. l Scottish played iultetl: Celtic 2; Third Lanark 1. Hamilton 1; Hibernians ft. Kilmarnock 4; Dumbarton 1. l llaith Hovers 2; Midlothian 1. i.'lyde 2: Particle 1. Albioa 2; Mirron 2. Tim Herald's football lias UiUen another big jump this week in its prize money and it is hoped that next week will Bee an equal it uot lar- ger increase. The increase depends on the number entries received this week so send in your own and try to get your friends interested. The first prize will be an amount well worth winning and It sure- will he a good investment for twenty-five cents. Don't fail to get your entry in by the first mail Saturday morning. The Herald not want any one disappointed bernuao their entry did not arrive in time. Jas. W. Waterson was killed by ;i tree beini; cut down on a farm as In wus passing irt u rig near Montreal. Who will represent the Crow's Nest Hockey League Saturday night in the elimination aeries for the Heralri-Journal cup, emblem- atic of the provincial amateur hockey championship of Alberta? That is a question which Is both-the Lethbridge and Blairmore hockey teams today. There is no chance of finishing the Crow league on Friday night as scheduled owing to the soft weather and the first game for the representatives of this league will have to be played Saturday night at either Okotoks or.Naemine. At present Lethbridge holds the cup, a> last year's provincial champions. They fetl they ahould represent the league and undoubt- edly Blairmore that they, (Blairmore) should be given, the honor. Blalrmore has been com- municated with but no answer had been received this morning. The question may be decided to- day by league officials. There is no question but Blair-' more has the edge on the league, with the final game tcheduled for their own ice. The matter re- solves itself down to whather Lethbridge can, as the cup hold- ers, claim the right over Blair- inore, the league for some time, to defend the cup. Okotoks won its first game with Nacrnine by an of two goals so it is likely the game Sa'urday night will be In Okotoks, also obliged to put every ouuce of their hockey knowledge forward to save themselves from a beating by tlio Blairmore team. It is to be hoped tliat weather man will see nt to send us enough I' frost to make some good ice For Fri- day night as tile ice on our rink is almost gone today and tho return game with Lethbridge is eagerly look- ;G hy the fans. When Letkbridge come to Blalr- more for the return game they must nut be surprised if the feeling of the Hlairmore hockey enthusiasts appears to run against them as owing to. the treatment handed out to the people ot' Blairmoro on Tuesday they are 1 very much peeved, not to say dis- I gusteci. The action of the hotel .men of Lethbridge in closing their tloors j to Blairmore can only be classed as mean and childish. Uecause there happened' to be a couple of over- i excited fans among the three hundred sport-loving who followed their team to Lethurldge early in the month every hotel was closed to thi members or the Blairmore team and a few rooters who went to Lethbridge an Tuesday, it is one of the rawest deals that business men of a city could hand out and their action will not be forgotten by those who were Defused accommodation among whom were some highly respected Blairmore citizens. How do They Get Way? .Physical culture eipertl. Pinochle players. Band leaders. Tho uev map of Europe. Soviets. Heiiiurant prices. Shoe dealers. Cirilited ludiaus. Pretzels. Storage eggs. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS League standings to Saturday, l-'eb ruary 19, inclusive. English Lenftti, Flrtt Division. P. W. D. L. F. Burnley.......27 18 6 3 62 21 42 Liverpool.....28 14 S li 48 85 3f, Xewcaetlc U. 27 15 5 7 49 2S Bolton W......28 12 11 5 Til 83 S5 13 10 6 46 S7 34 Middlesboro 26 13 7 S 40 3G Tottenham H. 3T 13 r, 9 3S 36 SI i Manchester fc. 26 13 4 S 40 35 30 ISundevland 27 10 S 9 41 41 SS j Arsenal.......2S 8 10 9 42 43 2S iJtanchester U. 27 10 7 10 44 40 27 IE! AI Are Playing Kootfnay League Season Nears End .tlUHUl I Chelsea.......27 10 7 10 31 38 27 (TV. Bromwich A. 37 S Id 9 33 42 20 If your eir boga down in a mudhole, It Is to'nlly Incorrect to lay "This li -J' for htll It paved! Willie Heston, All-American half- back, is a police juatico new. If the cops can't keep order in court leave It to Willie! The one big paradox. Spring always git tho houic to dirty! ----------i-------' be ma'de. .Ad. column in St. Joe. Mich., offers 125 for the return of a strayed hui- band, anil 1100 for'tho return of a lost doff. Well, the ratio Is pretty nearly right, Isn't It? Life is like a cafeteria. You may be the flrat to reach the rich repaiU, but there Is an Impatient line behind you; you cannot linger long to choose, and when you have finished with everything there is an accounting to HOCKEY RESULTS THIS WEEK Pint Prize Second Prize Third Prize GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOW6: I Tlia competition will ba licra'l ]''ootball Competition. Con-uctltors will be cniUlPd to many they desire, provided uach entry Is accompanied by twenty Ove ana couyuas to Uu nurn- L ber of entries. 3 Competitors must cross out ilia names of ihe dubs tliey think and cross out the names of buui if tney consider a draw will result. 4 Coupons can only be secured from i the Sportlne Pace of The HorulU. i 5. All monies received will bu re- turnefl In prizes. Tlio ninuunt and of will bo published every Monday morning for thut week's i Results of competitions will b- published every Wednesday and to rjenessful will mRilH Immediately on recuipt of Confirmation bv Athteli-: Newr. ti. In oaso Jirrft, or ihinl sire divided anioni? iwo ui- mon; prtzft -tt-inncrf, Tlio Herald roscrvpr; rich I to reiirraritftt Hie priws tluit competitors with the HchcM j number of cnr-ract forecasts tviil IT-- j f-eive percentage1 of pmt j money. i 7 AH entries must posted or to Tin- Herald before mi'1- i tiiffht mi Fridays. A Friday post- murk Trftm points outside of the city ol1 TXhbrtdse will be conHldnrod as contafnlnr a 5 The name ami address o? competitor muBt clearly marked on each coupon. P. Stamps must not. nKOil .-K; jinv- 'lO. rtll nndWinnsit (uiilnij-sfii Ed'.fnr. Compuiltum. The "ll. Tli--; H porting Killlo! 'A dcfL-Inii will final. EniDloyrf-fl Thr jfre barred from the competition. ENTRYsFQRM Games Played 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 Barnsley vs Fulham. Bristol C. vs West Ham. South Shields vs Notts County. Port Vaia vs Blackpool Clapton 0. vs Leeds Un. THIRD DIVISION Watford "s Bristol R. Swindotl vs Norwich. Southcnd vs Southampton. Portsmouth vs Brentford. Plymouth vs Swansea. SCOTTISH LEAGUE St. Mirren vs Hibernians. Queen's Park vs Celtic. PartlcU vs Kilmarnock. Hearts vs Third Lanark. Falkirk vs Rangers. I cntor (he lie-raid Cum. pnlition in uccorilNiift! vntlt ;i.u'J d'jcii-iou a to iicci'iit llic H lincil SijJMCil Aiidixsr, I SEATTLE 5; VANCOUVER 1. j SEATTLE, Feb. Metro- politans won umlglit'3 hockey game from the visiting Vancouver team o 1 and cut the hitter's load In the Pacilit: uoast liockcy championship I race to two games. Aston Villa Preston N. E. Bluckburn R. Bradford City Tludersfletil T. Sheffield U. Oldham A. Bradford Derby Comity 28 10 27 10 S8 7 .18 38 8 SI u 6 .12 43 35 2C 5 12 40 08 23 7 11 10 3S 40 23 7 10 11 37 41 24 u 12 14 27 52 22 4 12 12 32 65 20 5 C 17 31 54 ll! 2 11 14 23 41 15 English League, Second Division. W. D. L. f. Birminthiim Bristol City Cardiff City Blackpool West Ham U. South Shields Notts County Leicester C. Wolverhptou W. 27 12 2S 16 27 14 27 H 29 15 28 14 38 13 38 10 23 U Bury Clapton 0..... Port Vale...... s UnHod Rothf-ham C. StoKe........ Jfotts Forest Hull City..... Fulham...... Barnsley..... SholHeld W. Coventry City Stockport C. 28 11 2S 10 27 10 29 11 56 25 3S S 5 S3 17 36 5 5 39 21 36 6 S 36 27 36 6 S 39 18 34 7 8 47 2S 8 9 34 28 29 7 10 31 34 4 It 35 37 28 G 11. 35 36 28 5 10 28 30 2S Keb. The Fernie hue- key team, now playing in Nelson against the victors in the West Koot- enuy hookey league, are reported to have won a victory over au all Nel- sou team last night by a score of 7 0. and are playing the best team in the Queen City tonight. The contents in the local bonspie! arc narrowing down untfl only seven games remain to be played tonight. C'orrie vs McLaren, and Lawe vs Prentice are in the semi-finals in the Fernie cup contest: Douglas vs Herchmer, and Winters against win- ner in the Burns contest, and the win- ner in the semi-final between Mc- Laren and Beck will nluy against H. J. Johusou in the final in the grand challenge contest. It is expected that all these games will be played oft tonight, leaving but the consolation games to be played. Last Saturday night the Cranbrool; curlers. Hogarth and Cameron rinks. came down and played against Lip- hardt aild Herchmer, Fernie winning 7 10 38 32 37 by one point la the contest for the 30 27 6 13 31 35 27 9 12 26 40 27 9 S 10 33 28 2G 9 S 11 36 35 S6 6 12 9 29 Si 34 5 7 11 23 32 23 6 10 11 26 30 22 7 7 15 24 40 21 5 6 15 21 65 IS 5 6 17 37 63 16 Marriage license issued at Miami, Florida "Vallof VIVM and Marie Del Car. Crystal P. man Grailella Tanez Del Cattlllo Dtl Swindon Town Montertz ComFjoy CamalMyi." j Southampton You can't blame the yuung lady for Swansea Town her perfect willingnUJ to change that I Jlilhvall A. Ltiton Town English Ltagut. Third Division, P. W. D. L. F. A.Pts Peace lave Is a prominent citizen of Hague, Florida. That bird It off the reservation place li over In Europe. i HAMILTON 7; ST. PATS 4 Correspondent With Visiting1 Team Tuesday -Tells How time mis season on Hamilton ice to-1 tion the Play night by u score The Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats, I and Slovenes has a hlgh-souniiinr More letters in the name than re bath-tubB In the Trholo na- 12 Watford ......26 18 Queen's Park R 26 IS Merthyr Towu. Plymouth A. Northampton Gri.tisby Town Exeter City Norwich Cttr 29 18 5 7 44 24 3D 26 15. 6 5 53 30 36 26 12 9- 5 43 21 33 27 11 10 6 35 33 32 3S 14 4 10 32 24 32 8 48 39 31 9 40 27 30 0 41 24 29 ,8.42 32 29] 6'24 19 2 Fleishman cup. a trophy which keepn travelling between the two towns every year. Tomorrow the ladies of the Calgary Regent hockey team are due to play the Fernie ladies in the local rink and a good game is expected. Tlie'game starts at four-thirty and many have been sold for the game.. 27 10 9 26 6 15 27 11 5 1J 35 42 27 28 10 7 11 ?.S 27 I 28 6 14 s 31 33 26' Whether Championship Series 27 7 U i Prom Our (Mm CoiTeEpmulonl i i ULAlitilOISK. Fob. resuH jut' tliu hockey hctwueu Blair- 1 inure aicl Lothbridge u! l.cthbridjre un i Tuesday night was Quite.Patiafuctory to the Blairmore funs. j (11 tlio ability of the Blairmore team I ppriodfj th to heal in the run Tor Uir-jby playing chanlliioiisliip of thp Crow's .Vest' Hockey I.enijue runs higher nuu- tluir. at any oilier time. One watrUins; tbi1 on TiieBttay niij'lit could see that the lilairmore loam played tile better hockey and tile .statements of the reporter in the ilerald on Wednesday they uutKiiated the hethhridse men on sev- ural oi.'caslons. ri'lni write-up in liie f 7 to 4 in the game in which the. visitors were completely i outclasseil during the flrat iierlod when j the local team seored six gouls. 9 24 2S 2; Bristol U....... 27 10 o 12 87 42 25 Brighton t. H. A. 27 8 S 11 29 41 24 Newport County 2S JO 4 14 30 44 24 CANADIENS 3: SENATORS 1 OTTAWA. (Int.. Feb. Can- ilien.H of Montreal defeated the Sen- ators here tonijchr H to 1. For two onUkatej the brilliant hockey. Then, when V'itre had cinched the game, i they stalled, shooting the pud! the wliojfi length o( tbc ice and loafing! behiurl their own tho local forwards waited for the Pachyderms The. elephant. Jack Dempiey. The rhinoceros. A'lctor Berger. The hippopotamus. Senator La Follette. 'Prtsmnuth Reading i Southcnd U. I Hrentford i Glllingham 26 C 10 10 29 30 22 Will Be Played is in Doubt 4 IP 30 44 22 5 14 26 39 21 7 14 25 45 10 8 15 24 55 16 l on too niiifll banding MI' houqueis I e stars, 'i'nte JtbyiKu; ot' in for a few small LEONARD VS WELLING TONIGHT ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Feb.- Leonard, the lightweight charaploi and .loe Welling of Chicago had rounil- eii out tlieir training program and were resting today for their second mceling in an oiglit round, no dcci- sion bont here tonight. bin as usual tin- l.rlhliridK Illnlnnori'.. rjimi: In for a fow small L6VINSKY RETURNS flow.M'K which he thoroiiKhly deserv-j YOUK. Tell. Le I'd for liis delense the lilairmorn viusky. who wan unable to fight Bom- ivas simnly Kreat. Khynas was i hardier Wells abroad because of a ali iu at. the close ol' the game, and it j broken hone iu his elbow, suffered took several minutes rubbing down when Iraiiiins for the bout, returned to him around, fie evidently from lOnElaud utrncd 1 Tile Ins! WilS ill] i- ng good the end period otherwise Leth- not have evened the .tiniiine u'ould have re- wii.h one gual ahead. 1 scored by Lethbridge nie a lid it. had the Illair- as to how it. got liiiil Mii'y saw liie eotuli- iii uh'jii In- reached the Aniiiiauia. lie said. H esterdjiy aboard the has no engagement.1-, Untolved Myateries The .Man In the Ironl Mask. Most wrestling matches. Kwin Drood. Jack Dempeey's war-record. The sea serpent. The League Tin been c.ancBllation of till debts urged by several notions. right away' begin with our tailor "Opportunity seeks tlio nun." So do briclibuts. lemons and the resound- ing raspberry. When you see a man in a hurry, it isn't so much where he's going to, as where he't coming from. (Copyright National Newspaper Service.) (Rangers Celtic Thistle. Alrdrieonians ,Third Lanark Motherwell Dundee Hearts........ Morton Hibernians Aberdeen Falkirk Albion R Clyde Queen's Park Hamilton A. An' United Kllinarnock Raith St. Mirran Dumbarton Scottish League P. W. D. L. F. A.Pts 31 28 SO 23 31 15 33 15 10 30 13 3013 Sl'lS 1! 1 73 19 58 4 3 62 20 50 9 7 43 27 39 8 10 C4 43 3S 4 11 63 42 36 9 8 60 39 35 9 8 40 31 3." 9 9 44 38 35 EDilOXTOX .Feb. Whether there will be a play-off scries to de- cide the championship of the Big Four hockey league Is still very much a matter of doubt. Following the throw- ing out ot the protest of the Calgary Canadians against Tobin or the Eski- mos, the Calgary Tigers have stated they will not meet the Eskimos for the title. Signs are not lacking, bow ever, that the Tigers are about ready to change their minds, and it Is fully expected that the contests will be staged as called for vheii tho sche- dule was drawn up. If the original arrangements are v -ITT -juuis iL. LUC vi are 33 11 12 10 54 43 34 carried out, the first game will be 32 12 9 p. 42 43 33 81 9 11 11 3a 30 29 82 10 9 13 4S 56 29 32 S 11 13 45 51 37 28 12 2 14 39 42 26 .30 S 10 12 32 57 26 31 8 10 13 28 42 2fi 31 8 10 13 34 50 26 32 10 C 16 42 26 31 II 2 18 39 43 21 31 4 13 14 32 51 21 32 7 4 21 38 C6 IS 31 5 3 23 26 74 17 MAO.EOD HOCKEY FANS VERY PROUD OF TEAM MACLEOD CURLING SEASON NEAR FINISH; COMPETITION RESULTS Bnrbour K: rninbi and Turner1 union ot UK Gorjd lairiiioni (.l-'ruiu our Correspondent) .MACLKOI.', 1'i-lj. Saturday nigtit's a horkcy nuitch to r I'lnbcr, wliilu as swift and riuaii a it was i From Our Own Correspondent) Lethbridge Heralds for sale in Calgary at Boston Hal and News Co.; at Bolter Bros, in Medicine Hat. niV'Ml ion inui-ii for iin nil rniind sinty.i ami f'! i'evdni] linics. Un; huimv train into fourth place. It wr-ru IMU-'K to their I is evident tlisit if !ln-y hud Ico In .ici j phjy on I'roin itic Ki.iirt they would rson Li'thlindKC liiivi? been nti tin; l- ;td today, tf Iho MACLKOD, Feb. 23. Last weak waf> a busy one for Macleod curlers. Three competitions were played off previous ones, on the best ice wo have ever seen in ith sood Ice lljMacleod ourlliiK rinli. The Hudson's ami Tunn-r r ,'Mn llvtiil rl.-iHhcs to tlio Ulair- iiet'entfd wore inoro oftfiii not TtUiru "11 tlouhle cold n tlje le't'Iiitg to why not have piny exhibition Day Gun was won by J. Baird's rick, and tha.Graiimn Cup, with the Shaw four cases of spoons was captured by It. Husselljs rink. This week opened with the Consola- tion, and if the ireather turns cold, will no doubt clear the alate ot curltng sa all STOVE LEAGUE TO HONOR OLO HONUS played at Calgary on Friday of this week, and the second at Edmonton the following Monday, total goals to count. Eskimos art ready to pro- ceed to Calgary as soon as ordered by the-leaguo president. Smoke I PITTSBCHO. Teb. nasedall celebrities, oM and young, will gather around u table liero tonight, in tin; centre of which will bo a large stove. iu commemoration of the forty- seventh birthday of John Henry Wagner, who tor many years played shortstop for tho Plttsburg Pirates. Tile celebration in honor of tlio "grand old man ot basoball" will lie in charge of an organization known an the store whose aims Is to the Intemt ID baieball at a high pitch tlie year round. The name which ttandi for quality PHONE tit ;