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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRITX5R HERADtV SATUKJAY. JANUAWf NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE OF ALL FACTIONS nation- wide canfirtnvb rtp- rtientlng factions of labor In Canada may held in Winnipeg the end month, ac- .to TM'. V according Irtwtt'Rot-' Mcntory of the Trades and Labor Council, It for labor to certain iabor'e Itful'tUttM in the light of the conviction of R, B. strike leaderi Win. p. Thurston. Crimea war vel. oran, formerly cl Tetrolea, 'died London, Ont. IVBRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus OFCOUfVbE TOO DOM'T- HWH CLAWs "U'alC WOOLONT TO -TOO IN bee JUST VnW OFF THE LIKE THIS' ON fH P1WO-ISN'T THW MIMJYIFUU? W I I IDON. WHAV SPENCE BSOS: I'. Trips. Phonia Hockey Results IN T-HEjJVVORLD Qf Monarch; 4, Victorias 3 WINNIPEG. Jan. threMor (or nosed Victorias score ot 4 to 3. into first place and putting t'ir vie Urns .in Reglna 7, Saskatoon 0 SASKATOON. Jan. VJcs a lo LOCAL SOCCER FANS PULL FOR VISIT FROM NEWCASTLE UNITED Boosted in Calgary Saskatoon Crescents to.ilgbt, dealing' -r i i i i r- l i i i i the home net seven, outskating j rouv learn Loop to Include tdmonton, Lethbndge, pincjs Favor in Some Cities May Confer Soon. and outplaying their 'opponents tbrotignout.. Saskatoon failed t6 find) tlio net ODCO. I Olds 8, Didsbury 3 j OLDS, Jan. six-man 'hockey lor the first thno thR Hockey league. Olds de- JfcstoJ Dldttyuy for the lime this season by a scoro of S to Is it too early in the year to be talking football? Certainly not, wnen we have the possibility of a visit from 'that soccer par excellence, Newcastle United, Fans all over the Dominion arc watching the negotfations be- tween the Dominion Football As- sociation and the Tyneslcfers. Tor- onto. Montreal and Winnipeg are already getting busy. Vancouver has .wired an offer of for three games and Calgary is in communication with Tom Wat. son, secretary of the D. F. A. Now, what's Lethbrldge going to do? Here's a chance we've been looking for for years. Thous ands of boya went there have teen ftood football In the years, but It was war time football at that, and they as well as the-other fans would welcome an opportunity of seeing this first class team In ac- tion. Soccer Is won- Jorful revival on the old sod and already the game Is getting back to pre-war class. Forty OP fifty thousand tee this crack team in action every Saturday and are al- ways looking for the next game. The local Football Association should take this up at once. The month of May will soon be here and that is -the time when the contemplated tour will take place. A. J. Blackburne, preiidftnt of the local association keenly In- terested before his departure to the land where millions are chas- ing the pigskin, but In his ab- sence the clubs should get Gf course, there is of guarantee to ccr.sldir, but when Letlibridge can subscribe En a week for their soccer t.eairrtrip to Peg, there "Will not be much difficulty in financ- ing this great treat. One or two trial matches could br. played preyfous to the visit, and the pro- ceeds devoted to the guarantee and tickets could be in ad- vance. Will ths secretary of the league call a meeting of the fans to take the matter up quickly? NO HOCKEY TONIGHT It's no use, Ice can't be got for hockey and skating. vvhlJe ths curlers are plugging away with the ice surface very sticky; Manitoba and'Saskatchewan arc Hsving the time of their young with umpty umph degrees below zero, while Sunny Southern Alberta is basking In 40 above .Tonight the Mounties and Vets to have clashed and it hsd been hoped that the !cc would be in shape but there are a dozen mud-spots on the ice surface, and even at nights it is net csld enough to make the necessary. Tabtr, Maclecd and Creek are In the same boat so that if the weather ever apes freerevup again It will be necessrry to crowd the schedules in fc (h the city and district leagues to .get through. Profeselooal football for AlberU and Saskatchewan may be introduced nest season according to emanating from reliable sources Jn Calgary, Lethbridgo, .Edmonton and Saskatoon may bo represented In tab iropoaed circuit pro. soccer, the 3rst known in be launch- ed under, what promises' to ho most favorable conditions This city has many-star players ,irbo ivould rank with'some of the bort of professionals and although many of the leading amateurs, would refuse to ao-' copt aiiy lor'thef? playlnp Old LONDON, Jan. Now Year's Day football results wore: First Division Blackburn Rovers, 1; Notts Ctvnly. 3. Bolton Wanderers 2; Sheffield Wed- nesday 0. Uverpool 0; United 0. Manchester City 1; Bradford City 0. Mlddlcsb'oi'o 4; Burnley 0. .Newcastle United 2; Aston Vllln 0. 'Oldham 1; Chelsea 0. Shcffl-iW United 2; I'reslon North End 1. 'Suuderland 4; West Brom'.vlcfi Al- Second Divisicn Blackpool 0; Kotherhain 1. T1UI7 2; Barns! cy 0. Grlnisby Town 0; Coventry 1. Vale 3; Fulbnm 4. Lincpla City 1; Huddersiield 3. South Shields 3; Wolverhamnton Wanderers 0. Southern League Cardffl City 1; Norwich City 0. Scottish League Alrdtleonijns 2; Albion Roypru I, Aj-r Bnited 2; Dumbarton 1. Celtic 1; lUngera 1. Hearts I; Hibernians 3. 2; Clydo 0. Mothenvel! 1; Hamilton Acads. 0. 1-irttck Thistle 2; Third Lanark 1. iUHh Rovers i; Falkirk Si. Jill re a 1; Kilmarnues 2, Jan. Gllllngham and Swansea met today in a second play tie In the sixth preliminary round for the association cup and dn Rgain. No goals were scored In extra Hrao played. Rugby International it Paris Scotland E; France 0. A special dispatch from Calgary tot there are otiiera why would he Indue- he Kdmonton Journal led to make greater sacrifices In re- spect to tbelr work, and.It would nec- essarily follow that they should re- ceive recompense for their time spent i training and playing league games. Thfl project has been scrutinized "pom all angles by the leading Eo.ccer of this city and they arc sat- sffed that league -would be a great success. The most feasible plan be to have each team hold JO players under contract and from this strength, 11 players Trould be selected AFFEG1 BY (Special !o Ths ?ltiMld) BARONS, Jan. sec- ond bowling team beat the Clares- Total Abolition of Freak Deliv- eries Will Hurt UMful- ness of Stars The careers of 20 or more major league pitchers .hang by a thread, as the rules committee of the two big leagues are perfecting their pinna to abolish nil such freak deliveries as the spitballand thr, shine ..ball: This-fea- ture of the ivform has begun to Fine Weather EnuHes Some Classes' of Wotk'to Be Done' on finrnwell Extension fFrnm Our IDARNWELL, Dec. Owing to the favow.blc weather conditions of tho past few weeks, work Is onco more being resumed on the Tiber ir- risatlon project. On account of the frozen condition of tho ground, ditch work Is Impossible, but the men are busy with hammer and saw. out heausates, drops, etc. The fiunio which Is to cross tho coulee a mllo south of Bamwell Is well Tinder con- struction. It Is to bo mado of and supported upon eighteen Inch piles which are driven into the ground Eevera. feet. The main ditch Is al- most completed between Neldpalh and Taber and ot worlc has been done oh the laterals. be paid. If he.; those who. preferred to play without remuneration, would be- quite eligible be ready for use. Several "very pleasing enteriain- pltyers, for the Dominion Football Association rules provision for such. an. arrangement and Calgary soccer men feel satisfied lint the plan would work Itsrlf out quite sat- isfactorily in the new circuit, i Gfcme Is Popular Amateur football has been the only kind Canada baa been served, but the game is gaining popularity from'year to year. Slnco the close of the war, many soccer clubs have sprung inte prominence, snd In United States professional leagues are gaining ground. The on Canadian soc- cer players IB already making felt, for co than four stars of the league were carried away to Brooklyn by alluring offers to join the professional company and these men are making good on the other tide o! the line. Will Return It ii '.reported -that Joci Lindsay, Mltrh. rMct-ean; Jimmy Rorko and An, dy McCarraehfe, who are local players Eddie Ucrjer Joe Flensttln CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT. Country Trips a Specialty Phone 1856, Office 3rd Ave. Lethbrldge, Alberta, Ride In a McLaujhlln-Special, it costs nc mere, week. nient was given at Ihe Barnwell hall by the Sunday school which proved to be a very successful affair. The pro- granime 'cunsisled of songs, reclla-j tlons, drills and dialogues, after which Santa Clans distributed a parcel ot good things lo all present. -Last Mon- day night a party was held at tho home of Mr: and Mrs. S. Johnson, for the Boy Scouts and-Bee-Hive Girls. The" programme consisted of games and dancing, after which re- freshments were served. All present hud a very enjoyable time. The youns folks of this district will assemble at the Barnwell Hall on New Year's eve and dance the old year out and the New Year in. The boys have all been advised lo be pres- ent and make the most ot what little time there !s left them as It Is going lo be leap year a whole year, so boys make hay while the sun shines. -'The Barnwell Consolidated School re-open on Monday, Jan. Bth. isevoral cases .of mumps hr >o.i reported In Coal City ani! OIL. wo will be back'to this _________ _ on Ihe stars and already there Is in' the spring and .they will iln but (here h: velonliig an opposition to tho ready "LO take r-ersJtlons serious ier.riU, thus whleli are (t, bo proposed and gfcry club, the prof ess ioii ai j f'isigy, for a'. Ibo meetlcs In Dsccm- race. There is to-i'.." about holm first team by 40 pins In a match i Hi? ha Is a game on the Clareslwlm alleys. i (Whether It is better to depose a position no the other side of tho line How Is Your .APPETITE? Maybe you.need a stlmuirat. It you do you Ehould taka cixer- clse--and bowling is-, the' best oxcrciso you can havo 'for Vlio' appotite. try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Deminloi Bldfr Entrance on Sixth Street. Sn.-- ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418FihhSt.S, ANYTHINQ IN RADIATORS (Whether it is better to depose _ Lamb was high for Ciarcaholm with group oi most celebrated pitchers 2H and Wobick was high for Barons v.-ith 204. McClelland had high tola! with 540, with a closo second with 537. The scores: McClelland Wohlck CarelEon, N.E., fanners havo nomi- nated Fred Smith of Wirdior, S. J. Bnrloek, Cordonvllle, and Heanie of Tracoy, N.B., aa candt- (dates for the N.D. legislature. t. Moore Williams Thompson BARONS 1st led 171 177 204 159 358 140 175 144 134 141 S9S 755 CLAMESIIOLM 1st 2nd 1GC Hrarcn 177 Reynolds ;Vatikcr LamO "165 138 110 135 170 149 169 3rd Tot. 540 537 474 462 24SS 3rd Tot. 458 4SO 623 480 621 S41 1751 2448 PICKED WRONG MAN In tho game or clear the sport of the practices which are gradually growing more objectlonab'e Is a question caus- ing of the bfow and scratching of tho official bisin. To pui-ge Ihe sport of trick deliveries is one thing, tml I'j lose 2') goc3 ers Is another, Without the use of tho spit ball or tlie shine ball the following stais would be badly handicapped 'and in the winning of games for their em- ployers: i American Leaguer-Clootie and Pab- cr, ot the White Snx; Covcteskle, Klep- fer and Jasper, of Cleveland; Boland and Cunningham, ot Detroit; Russell, of Boston; Shaw, of-Wftshinglon; Gal- lla, Sothoron and Shocker, ot St. Louis, and Quirin, of the Yanks. National 1-eaguc-r.Rudolph, of Braves; Pfetfor, of Brooklyn; llendrij: of Cbirago; Eller anil Fisher, of Ino Tleds, am! Iloak, of It will be noticed that tho Amtrlcnn and remain their indefinitely. There are Bereral anwteur playera ho would be only too glad to appear In. company, hut many of thesa.boya are dyed-Ih'-tha-woot ama- FOR JACK DEHPSEY A GREEN' CHHISTMAS. IN DIST81G7: fTrom Our GROTON, Deo. sea- son Is now at hand. An tbe Chinook winds have blown continually for VG had t and they will not sacrifice their for salaries for playing eer- atlout two A combined team of proa, and WirislnMs. A large crowd assembled at the home of Mr. J. Wilson for Christmas: Mr. and Mrs. C. Wing and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Uert Roe and son Gerald, Mr. Arthur Walks, Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Peterson, being among tho EiiealB. proa, and i amateurs from Ihla city wojld make a A larec crowli assembled stiong aggregation for the Western Canada League. Edmonton, Lcthbridgo and Saska- toon boast of a fine assortment of tal- ent and they will be nble to line up' strong rosters for Ibo season. It Is j considered likely that a conference ot the soccer moguls will be summoned Mr. M. E. Walks, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Walks and son Howard, spent A moving iilcturo company, taking clures In a public place, always sure of one thlug even in California, which Is more or loss a crowd. When tho Christie Comedy com- pany turned out en t.lifj fore Christmas on thn pand at Venice arounj a hugn Chrlstrnns i near tho edpe of the water, t ands of visitors crowded around the camera's. "Oh tills is a 'movie' onn looking elderly lady ejaculated lo, her companion, "Let's sf? vlw U la." "Oh. oh. and several moro 'P11 anil ba11 'Ill's Jark Dempsey'B oom-' Tnc Association, a pany, 1 just know. HC'K gone Into pic- dellveriqs, Inrea. There hn H now I know "resnal'an ilecloros him by that fighting face." improvement was (ileaslng. 'JliltlnR One of Ino Christie comedians over- hnard tho remark and glanced at, the gentleman lo f.ho la-iy rc-ferrnd. Tbe. man with tho "fighting face" was Al Christie. l.caguo Is more seriously lilt thin the curve, and It on his _, clothes or In his'slove he cannot (hrbw the shine ball. The emery ball was very successfully stopped three or four years ago. Woel of the pitchers mentioned at nn early date to discuss the at the.home of Mrs. D. bllityof the plan. flned and for the'third he Is put out of the game. Haw to Stop It Without putting thB :ball to his mouth Is impossible for tho pitcher to prepare ,Inn .ball., for the unll Smith. Two of the Hardy boys were vlif- tors at Groton a week ago. Mr. M. E. Walko has been (jnilD 111, imt Is now recovering. Sir. Norton P.OB of Lucky Strike and Miss E. Burns of Coulee View school spent Sunday last at tho homo of James Jones, a returned man. National, and when--the officials think this over It may havo considerable ef- fect on their votes.-: Should Be Abolished Almost to n man veteran managers pir! agree that tho freak dellv- above will he affected by the nbolltlnn of the spit ball, as Uioro are compar- cries shonld bo abolished, because they ,0 af. tho natural delivery only. Of late years however, lack of muscle- and mental ability has been overcome by artificial moans of deception to such extent have -been won by tbe MARTIN KAYOES McFARLANO OBAND RAPIDS, I Hob Martin, A. E, MIcb., Jan. P. heavywoleht ichitniplon, knocked out Jack McFar- llnnd today in the fifth round of n iche- houl, tho way. It was Martin's year and the was raoro plentiful and fans nppcaretl lo enjoy llio liotlcr. H 19 on tho showing of the President Han Johnson and Pres- ident Hcydlor are basing theli present campnlgn for n change- In Icaguo ruling. majoi' It'Is very simple rules that will be effective, lo the American Association, for InsMfccP, It Is illegal for a pitcher to to his mouth or lo rub It on hie clotnei. For tho first offence a balk is declared and nmnen allowed to advance. Ot tint JKitund offence the pltctier Is pittcrs The greatest, spit ball artists that has known were Ed Walsh, Jack Chosbro nnd Raymond, Of the new school it wonl2 difficult. to designate the Biarn. All are uni- formly good. Wild Dill Donovan, a strong advo- cate of the clunKfi in suggnats that the pitcher be forbidden tho use of a glove. This, ho says, will prevent thorn from doing things lo Iho ball that cnnnot be seon by Uw empire. In this connection it Is Interesting lo nole lhat the great pitchers of tho Donovan bain? among them, nnvcr resorted to any of the so-called scienlfflc Malhowson, Kur.kcr. Aleitnder, Walter Johnson, Miner nw McOinnlty ever used any John Oake, well known breeder of UacXnoy Horses, died in South Dnr- linfton (orrnsblp. Electric Welding CAR Lawiord WtldLag Co.. 2nd Avc., Lethbrldge Hotel Phono" Otir Own _._ ________ MILK niVKIt, lice. movie and N'sw Year's I'all was given in Bllerl's hall on Wednesday evening. All was a grand nuccess. I Miss Mary Jocheurn haa bean contln-l ed to her homo for t ho past throiirij il'noss. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery, Flev. Fr. BlddOiiull was in town on Wednesday. Mm. Henry, Ellcrl cnlcrtalnctl on Sunday evening nt a dinner party. Covers were laid for seventeen. Mr. Downey of Ihe1 Conzcrt Co., was !n town on Wcdncs, day. The Women's Iiislitufo has a box of clothing which they are giving out lo tho needy. The clothing was given by and In- flnni.el shirts, children's clothing ready made, nico'a stocks, flannel by tho yard and other Mrs. Henry Kllert and Mrs, 0, OrlflHh': tavo charno of sama. Kev. Ellfo of Lethbrldgc, was In town on Monday Lutheran scr- Ivlce3 were held We Jnitalkd a Full 1'meht'fflr'Repjilrinfl'' MOBIlt RAQilttORS Can all makes of cin. Expert Hoi" Air Furnace WorkV FREEL ELLIOH Sheet Metal Workin 336 6th St. South Phone 1713 the Red Cross, Lothbrldgc, eluded ready made men's Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block Street N, OENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS, By Experienced FORD SERVICE AQENoy TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED 0, F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;