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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE5.UK THE LETHaRimiE DAILY HERALD. UP _MONDAY, JANUARY 5> IftM By G. 'McManus THE TROUBLE WITrt 1 DON'T KISOW SO-WELL SMITH A VOICE UKE MINE I OU4KT IN EUROPE I DON'T THINK. 1 EVER HEARfj WORLD OF FIRST AND SECOND TEAMS TO PUT ON AN EXHIBITION GAME LOS'ANGELES, Jan. Jack Kearns, of Jack Demp- sey, heavyweight "champion, an- nounced here tonight that ht. hid accepted an offer of a purse from James W. Coffreth, for a 45-round fijht between Oetnpsey and Georges Carpentier, Tia Juani, Lower California. Reconstruction 'Spitl Won. by Daniels Brings Home the Fleishman Cup to The-Herald) KEH.ME, B.C.. Jan. The big event (if tlie curling season to dale In Ferule was completed last nigut, whnn the ;flnals of Iho bonspiei in atil of the iiecpnstniction Memorial Kunil were played off. Seldom has a local com- .jichlion evoked so mucli curling en- (iuislB'jiu jnil ihe affair was a decided Miccess. .beginning on the morning of N'ew Da> the game continued for I wo full at the end o[ which lirae the finals alone remained to bo 1 hycJ. Friday. Jan. L', was proclaim- a en it holiday by Uayor Uphill iu honor of Ibo event. Wlicu the first draw was posted. Asith Iliu necessary 210 jjlay- frs, ncro lined up, anil many of llic contestants were ladies. 1 ach regular skip In the Kernie Curling Club was expected (o lake his vcgular lead ami plrk up two other lilayers, while Ihc vice-skip and sec- ond were supposed lo do likewise and mako up a rink. The surprise ot the 'spiel was the rink-skipped by Joe Longiloii, who Is a comparatively H3w player himself. picked .Up three "green" men and succeeded in reaching the semi-finals. He defeated several rinks by the K.O. route which created a great nmonnt of amusement for llie crowd or spec- tators. In the semi-final? Daniels defeated IXHigrtom while Henderson won from Andy Black, ftnrt in Ibe-finals played last night iDanlels1 rink won from Hen- dersnn's In a dolly conlcsied gamn, capturlirg ibe four cut glass bowln wiitu. were inn iimi prize. The -winning rink was of Jlaker, load; Ogg, second; Sirs. Sher- wood. IJorchmpr, liilrd, and Daniels Fernle Gels Fleishman Cup Tiers Is always a friendly rivalry between Cranbrook and Fernlo Iu con- .neclfon with Iho Fleishman Cup--a. piece of silverware donated several years by Jacob [Fleishman for cora- pelltlon belwcen the curling clubs of tha two cities and which lias done con- siderable travelling from ono (own lo Ui e othor. Yeslerday morning's train curried two rinXa who had sworn !o bring (he trophy, which bad aiiinmored-in Cran- !q Fernlc nr porlsh in th" allempt, Hercbmer ami MIU Kast- On Saturday nigbt. January 10th Ihe "Y" baskolball boys intend puttlau on a game to give the public a cbance to see how they out before the big league games start on the fourteenth, oi .Innnary. Tlie boys have been working hard and all they need is the sun- port of the people. Letli- bridge has always put up a. good brand of basketball as the. people well know, so keep date open, January- 10th, come oui anil see the boys work out. A. M. Bleed, tlie coach, bas been working tbe boys hard and ne expects lo have two classy teams .this year. Thn game on Saturday will be free nnd will start at S o'clock. It Is expected thM. the- schedule for the Soulliera Alberta, league will be published ou Strong Team To He Preared for Eight Classes in Belgium Allies (o Govern NEW YOHK, Jan. 3.-H was learn- ed at tho A.A.U. headrniarlcrs ysster- ilay (hat a strong.loam of American amateur boxers will be prepared for Ihe Olympic games at Antwerp next j year, and as ILere are eight classes In the. competitive lltl it will mean I Iliat a string of more t'jan two dozen! knlghls of tho simnroj circle will be .necessary to defend the fistic fame of; the Slars and Strings. i A syEniflcant point In connection MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. majority ot Iho Twin- Cily sporting editors awarded the ID-round fight here last night between Clonle Tail ot Edmonton arid Olio Wallace, Milwaukee, lo Tall. Tali's i- superior cleverness more than offset Wallace's rushlcg tac- tics. Tall vriu his homo here this winter. with this_0lymplc to be held Sharhey, who outpointed Jimmy Tuesday or Wednesday ot this week. Reports from the south towns say tbat the teams, are v hard at practice and are near- ly in shape for tke big games. which is scheduled to start In Lelh- bridge on Jan. 12, is reaching fever heat and Fernie expects lo Bead a large reEcnliiUon to Ihe 'spiol. Ccialhurst hoekeylats who have ap- peared bnco on local Ice this year, lo Carrnangay on Ken- Year's night ami took tho measure of Iho team tbcrc 11 to 4, They lined up as follows: Carmangay. B.. Qiiaylo D. Snj-vier T. Gnobsor Skinner I-. Snydor 13. Hununon 0. Peacock Hawkins Goal Point Cover U. W. Ccnlvo. L. W. Sub Sub' Coalhurat. B. McLood UIMard W. McKay P. McLflod P. Furlong Jtobortson Pearson Workman August 15 to ID, is thui tho contests will be governed by KngllEh amateur boxing rules, which differ consider- ably from (hose In voguo in the Uni- ted Stales, EO "iiol only will Ihc NEW YORK, Jan. Wagner, manager of Iho hardhitting Jack CINCINNATI. Ohio, Jan. or., uunl mealing of the national baseball commission will bo held here next Thursday, August Hermann announces today. Join Heydler, president of the Na- tional-League, ami B. B. Johnson, ot !be American League, bavo bolh noti- fied Herrmauu that they will attend the meeting. .Herrmann, la his annual ropcirl to be offered at the meeting, will express his willingness to rolin- (lulsh his appointment to tbo chair- manship as soon as be' found. a successor can in tail rounds recently, Is being deluged wllh offers. On cue day re- cently he received Ibreo telegrams, in which lie was asked lo stale his terms for the appearance of his protege In1 fir------ LIKELY 10 GO Ifl YANKEES scrappers have (o be In shape but j finlted lionts in as many western they will be forced (o familiarize Ibemselves with the iaws ot the game abroad. The vital dlference in llie rules is that a who flglils a defensive bout will earn as many paints in Ihe estimation of tbe judges as if be was on .the agressivD nil the lime. Neilher, Is vigorous lending of much account wU'en (he other -fellow puts up a fantastic defence and iifances around Ibi) ring. In conducting 'tho bouts inere will be two judges and the re- feree, Urn .latter-.being'outside the cities. Milwaukee, where lie boxed I Wilde, wauls him ngaln. uml Clnolu- nfiti. Detroit and. Cleveland nre'sjix- ious to put him ugainct the native sons. Sliarkey got a nice piece of chanc" for his eight round bout with Patsy Johnson, at tlie Newark Sportsmen's club, on December 22. The jmrso Is tbo largest Sharkey lias ever receiv- ed. Jle used to fight, for {300 nml the., latter. -amount almost the largest, but Protnolor. Dave Mac Carmangay has two gaorl players in Skinner and Huuunon. Tho ecore at the end ot each period: Camiangay 1, Coalhnrsl -I. 1, Coalhurat 7. 4, Coalhurst JI, The Coalhurst boys wore royally treated. The Coalhurst rink is minus ice, but they are practicing on ponds near town. but with the platform so nrrang-''our' ed lhat be can walk around and keep his eyes on (ha Whenever the judges fail lo agree (be referee gives Ihe decision. Amnleur bouts are generally con- fined lo three rounds, that is, two rounds of three minules and one of four. For tho first two rounds the winner scores five points each round and Ihe best man in (ho liilrd round Is awarded seven points, and not more or less: In Ihe recent lour ot (he American boxers (o (be Scandinavian countries Ihey had (o box under Englisli rules and their eyes were opened to the conditions under which the men from here will have to contend al Antwerp. Benjamin Lo'vlne, who accompanied tbe men as a representative ot the A.A.U., tolJ some Interesting things in connection wllh tbe trip. U ap- pears that Frank Cassldy, the local lightweight, -who has a very aggres- sive slylc, did not appeal to llio Dan- ish and Swedish, judges, which ac- COUJIIB for llie lhat lie won only ono final bout. In tho only bout in which Ashlon Donzo, Hie Now Or- leans banlamwelght. mot defeat he wns Ihe aggressor nil the way. Time and lime again be begged'Ills oppo- nent lo stand still until they gol to. lo do somo fighting, but it was useless. The made good use of Ills legs and finally won'. Lflvlno saw tliat amateurism was so rampant in Northern Europe that lo some, ftt'ross: with about as lo si The .agmrtslTC llltic Ital- In the yrofossional line CURLING draw committee feel that they :an lake no liberties with the wiialher man and therefore announce jusl one itraw for tonight. This is the flrsl ot five games lo be played In (he New Year's Day Compclillon. If (he weather remains favorable for curling the draw will be announcer! lomcrrow, starting where we left oft two weeks ago Inst Wednesday. The drew: R. It. navlrliro: j. A. Hamilton H. J. H. Skelih N. T. Maclcorl W. L. McKcrule W. Clark W. J. Xelson Ur. Marrs S. J. Sbephcrrt Held BIG GAME TONIGHT IN MOOSE JAW MOOSf! JAW, Kask., With- in half an hour of the was mentioned before a'Norwegian Danish or Bnoiiisli boxer, ho v.-ould feel Insulted. In thcsu three conn- (rlca Levlne lidded lhal socker fool- ball '.vas all Ihe craze. NEW EASTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE I.MOMCTOX, N.B., Jan. a meet- ing of representatives from Sussex, Amhcrst, Sackviile ami Moncton hero last night, (he Eastern Hockey League, lo be composed of teaois from the four towns named, was organized, A schedule was drawn up and ihe open- ing game will be played here Jan. 3 between Mnnclon and Knckylllo. of I iV.......... J..... ollv Ul MIU ner skipped the games against ot tickets for the Hcglna-Mooso two of j Jaw hockey game on Momloy nlRlil iblrslyjevery ticket'had been sold. During ftcrt earned the right to bring back tbe victor's reward. Tho cup, however, could not bo found betore iho arrived, but will bo forwarded Jnlcrest In tbe dijtritt bonspiei, Ihe early hiorning hours a big crowd of fans watted In lino for the opening of thu ticket office. Knsti mut tickets wore soli! i-fter Ihc reserve plan was sold oul anil evory available apaco in Ibe rink is no-.y goao. TIM DUNN IS GOINQ GREAT GUNS UP NORTH Tim Dunn, former agcnl of iho Dominion Express Co. here, and hockey player extra- ordinary, Is playing with the Eskimos. In the game against Ihe Calgm-y Wanderers M N'ew Year's lie grabbed Ihe puck on ft rebound from the Calgary goalie and Klammcil il through for a counter (en seconds beforn lime, breaking thn 4-4'tie am! winning tho gome. The Cal- gary Alnertnn say.s of liiin Following (heir loss lo the C.C.'s Christmas Pay (ho Hustler.-! tried to scrum Ibc transfer of Dunn iroin the Eskimos, bul Dunn Is loo valu- able a defense player for tho iiiuu iiui- ian received someiliihg'like for hfs. end in engagement. Wagner is thinking seriously ot taking Sbarkey lo England in ad- vance ot Wilde the British sportsmen how he' whip- ped Iheir idol in" America. Waimer bas been in with promoters abroad, bat he will not lake out passporti un'U ae is sat- isfied with money .considerations. Nine American fbjhters will sail lor Prance on January {14, for .fights. Al Lipce, their manager, who hiss mado trips (o France, before wilh Yankee scrappers, yrili have charge of all arrangements'; the. having jusl acc'epled terms from Theodore Vicnne, Iho boxing Fromqlerirpf that coun- try. The bnsers-whpr.irlll'make the trip nre Jeff Smith, "torn Cowler, K O. Lougblin, Prai nkiot; Brown, Eddie Moy, Max Alex, Joe Mendoll and johnny Uggclt. Uppe Is sure that Smith will fight Ceorges Carpcntlcr, lha French cham- pion, In Paris, tlie latter part ot Feb- ruary. Hockey Results (By .Abljle Coo in the Winnipeg Telegram.) Tiie chances are that Babe TUilli hns played his last game of ball foi' tho Doslon Red Sox. It would nol be sur- prising lo sea the far-famed home-run swatter in n Yankee uniform tht com- ing season. The money that been nnd Is be- ing offered for Ruth Is astounding. It Is hardly possible that Harry Fra- zee, president of Ihe lioslon club, can see the big slugger under Jhe circumstances. The remarkable part ot the big of- fers being made for Hulh is lhat there are r. number of better batsmen than Bube In Iho American league. And figured on all around playing ability there'are Iw'eEly who are superior lo him. Is'BTertheless of all tbe player; in lha camp today Ruth -will bring the biggest price if sold. It In not un- likely that when Frazeo gets ready to dispose of him he will receive not less than tor him. The answer to all this (s easy to nndersanu. Hutu hns .made himself a. drawing-card. Tha funny slortcs told about him, bis Huge bulk, the vic- ious swings thai he lakes at tbo ball, his breaking of Iho major league home run record last these Ihlnga have made Babe Ruth mighty in tho eyes of (anita. And that 1: what counts with tbo baseball mag- nates. VICTORIA 7, VANCOUVER 4 VICTORIA, Jan. Pat- Any learn upon which Babe nulh plays can make money, whether It finishes first or last In ih'e pennant race. This was proven last season when the Moslem lied Sox were one of Ihe biggest drawing cards In tho American league, although they fin- ished In Ihe necond division. o Pacific Coast Hockey League ifoaling Vancouver, 7 to Anythin. rick's Aristocrats jumped Into Iho lead would be foolish lo hold on of tho Pacific Coast Hockey ha ca" Eot 5125.0M for him. by. do: ST. PATS 4, OTTAWA 3 TORONTO, Jan. Patrick's won Ihe N. II. L. scheduled game hero Saturday night from Ottawa by 4 lo 3. 11 was the first appear. first defeat of Ihc season. may happen to a player Is a lot of i whon Ihu much as a 010.18 (Continued from Front Pagel channels of our organizations do good business, and a meeting such as was held last Mar en without any duly constituted authority, Is dangerous." ttbe action taUeh at the 1919 con- vention was: "Believing tbat Iho In- terest of the workers In allied craft unions would bo bolter served by clos- er relationship :va recommend lhat our members USD every effort to bring about a 'consolidation of activi- ties by an amalgamation of different allied International organizations." U. M. W. of A. Not Wrecked The report ot the secretary-treasurer shows that in spite of tlie temporary chaotic conditions brought about through 0. B. linan ces of the Federation are In a healthy condition, (hat n large number of unions have retained affiliation, and the made Inlo tbo U. M. W. o! A. by Ihe 0, D. U. have failed In their wreck the International movement. Several unions have been added (o the federation membership during the year. Alderman B. W. Bellamy, of Medi- cine Hal, delegate of. the Ferterallon of the Trades anil Labor Congress at Hamilton, presented a lengthy report dealing wilb various matters taken up at that convention, considered as of particular interest (o Iho Federation. He disappointment tbat much valuable lime bad been dissi- pated and that many mailers of nat- ional importance had not received duo consideration: .Tho meat disappointing feature, he said, was Ihe fact tbat the Congress executive had not followed out the Instruction of the Quebec con- vention to place before Ilia delegate; R. corjcreie policy of reconstruction as applied to the affairs of the state and labor in.general. Ha was strongly of the Impression that the east and west have not reached that happy siale of co-operation' which Is desired by the) Western clement, and contend- ed that Ibis manifested ilself in var- ious f-: Urges-Homing Scheme Mr. Bellamy 'urged Ihe convention (o urge upon the provincial government the necessity, of ..adopting the Domin- ion housing scheme, and further he expressed bis opinion Ibat where municipal 'governments declin- ed (o lake advantage of such legisla- tion when secured, provision should be made by the Dominion government fo advance the loan direct to the work- ers through chartered banks. Ho was of_tho opinion that labor'should re- ceive proper representation on all municipal housing commissions. As a result of Ills advocacy llie ex- ecutive reccraimomls (he appointment i.f a to give atten- llon (ho proposed amenilmenls lo cily charlers as discussed at the re- cent conference- of Municipal Coun- cils held In Calgary, and that resolu- tions were presented asking lhat tliu requisite slops be (aken lo have tlie building (radcs protection act amend- ed, lo have competent building mech- anics appointed as Inspectors and that the civic authorities be relieved of the administration ot the act. Kdmonton FedaraleO Lelfer Carriers throu down by who have iBnnrii their Intention to.sell xtttk tiou of the- board's la order t( tesi case umUr -which tout tack validity of Iht ralU< SOB iiis prjc-j to 15 cent? a nuart. Jf, YV. Hltl, K.U., slated today tbat pro ceedtngi woud be atar'tcd ly upon receipt ot Iniurircflonj trox Ottawa. Mrs. Join A. N'orris vu appolatei m magistrate lu Now York to 111 ont Ihe untiplretl term ot the new proslisat of tho borough of Manhattan, ending April J, 18J7. sai'ary will fS.- 000 a year. SPENCE BROS. TAXI City and Count Heated Cire. Phonci money, even In Iheseii dollar only buys aboul iiunrlcr used to ten years ago. It is said that the Yankees have al- Ruth. Per- CALGARY LADIES LADIES '2, FERNIE ly Ir.duccd lo raise ibis figure n bit. One thing seems certain about the 'tale of Hulh. Tlmt Is lhal, It sold by DALHOUSIE 5, QLACE BAY 4 SVONBY. M. S., Jan. 5.-Playing ngalnsl an all Cape li.-elon team wear- ing the colors of olace Day min- ers, the Dalhonsie Unlvorilty hockey v pete for honors n-ltb American ex- ,ierls at the nnminl meellng ot tbe In- v lernollonol SkiUnfc Union at Ufce N.V., on Keb. 19, and 21 II was learned many. It will bo Ibe first time in a years lhat tbe Inlertiallntial classic will be held vjln (his country. Woman will appear on the program in. (he American league. HOCKEY GAME POSTPONED OWING TO 6JG STRIKE hoard of Investigation on lo determine adjust- ment of wages; demanding tbat men nml women In Ih6 civil service doing bonus. work 'receive equal salary and CANADA IS A UNITED NATION LONDON, dinner held Jan. tho Wolfe it V.'calham Inat nlchl, Ihe Prince of Wales lelcgiapliccl Ibc following In reply to a meaaago of congralulntlon on the success of his lour.of Canada: send my sincere thanks for llio kind message from Sir George Perloy ami th6se asscmbta! at (ho annual MOXTRBAU Jan. 3.-Owlng fo (he dinner to commemorate- Ihe birth of nuw IUHIS. ,ian. from Canada, Norway and Sweden will com- for iho first time lory. Pour races, n tho union's his- BR1TTON TO BOX IX1.VDON, Jan. all of Canada were loval (o nrilish crown, as hail bcen'clear- y "hown lollr of the Lewis for tho English Illle IMs monlh. nromolers bays offered tlrltton J12.50C lo box In London In March. DriUon also is said to have received an offer of from G H. Cocbrane, Ibo English promoter, now in this' to boi llio winner ot Iho Lcwis-Uaslum boul, WILL PROSECUTE 'PEG MILK DEALERS WINNIPEG, Jan. fi.-Tho bnarj of comrficrce will 'rick up 'llis'saunllel OH AUTO LIVERY Special Sen-ice on Comity 787 Residence 1210 Eddie Berger Joe Ftenrtein G1TY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Tripi a Specially Phone (856, Office 409 3rd Ave, S., Lethbrldge, Ride in i McLoughltn Sp-clal, It edits no more. How Is Your APPETITE? Maybe j-ou need a stimulant. If do you should (also exor- bowling is tbe best exercise you can hare for the appetite. Try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion EWa, Entrance on Sixth 'Street. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S, ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIR.INQ Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Opp. Lelhbrldge Ho'el Phone 1M4 We Have Instilled a Full Equip- ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makes of cars. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Worker! 336 6th St. South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13lh Street N, GENERAL REPAIRS FOP, ALL MAKES OF CARS, By Experienced Mechanics. FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED 0. F. WILSON, W. TULLOOH ;