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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX HERAIJX TUESDAY, t UP FATHER' By G. McManus KEtTAURANT HOLD-UP NEW YORK, Jan, Three trmei held up IE Including two en, la the restaurant ot Goorge Uouuijui, In Brooklyn, 'today, ollecied ton money lu two hati aid tscapxi after shooting the proprietor u tiie JaW. of tlio patrons vrero iillora. .WORLD OF All 1'revious Purses Put in the iAngeles to confer Shade by Monster Coffroth Offer LOS ANGELES, Calif., Jan. Hack world's champion, was with motion picture work today referred to his manager. Jack manager. C'ocbrane bas offered Demnsey gunrantee ol to sign fc con- j tract and says he win guarantee the champion 10 weeks of theatrical en- gagements in Kupland and Franco at He also that he not orly has the French 'champion's to contrnrc calling lor but has advanced lo Carpentier, Keams. all inquiries about his spectlvc mulch with Georges tier. Kearus announced last night i ''Ixindou is the logical place for tho ounds and said Ulr. Cocnrans. "It il neu- ral grouud. We have there all the acilltles necessary for stagin the fight would be 45 ro would he staged al Tia Juana, Slower Califofnin. under the auspices ot .lame3 W. Co-'frotb, rrould agree. Kearns ealri Cnffroth, well known Pacific coast sportsmaji ur.d presi- dent of. a''racing association at TIa .luann, hnd offered' a purse tho match and lhat it vm the beat offer received. _ Kearns spoke of a of the on a basis of J300.000 to Ihe winner and !o.the.loser as thoroughly satisfactory to him and stated Coffroth had an agent, Charles Harvey, in Europe attempting to in- duce Carpentier to sign a contract to 'meet Dempsey at Juana. A Keir" such a r draw gate" receipts of IK1 in light" training f .weeks. He .announced 'H c irr. that he.would keep in ich condition aU thr. time and that'trifling would fit .'m for a fight. A Bri'.'uh Offer Chir LGO, .Ian. Coch TAtie, tin English magnate, o io'jVi.vmotH. jr. London a championship-fteM between lack Oempaey and Georges Carpen- lier, Tvas here today and said he had sent a personal representative (o world'.1; championship aud fan he as- sured that our investment will be EC- LOS ANGELES, Calif., Jan. 6. Ruth, sluggfng who last year, with the Boston Americans, estab- lished a major league home run record of today was the prop- of tht New York Americans, according to an announcement by Miller manager of the team. Services of the pUyer were acquired by "the biggest deal eve.r pulled off Tn Muggins said. He would not specify fi- gures, but reports from other sources placed the amaunt paid the Boston owners us high' as to probaoly two payers added. announcement was without confirmation from Ruth. Hockey Results BOXER GOES.AFTER MOTHER to Return to Rustic to Stop Suffering XBW YORK. Jan. Bart- EcM is going overseas! The crapk Brooklyn welterweight is not planning an invasion oC tYance and England to meet (he welters of those two countries and pick up some casj- jack, but is going directly ioto revolting Russia lo set hie mother. Bnrtfield was about to brinj his parsiu lo this country -when war broke out. During the ITun invasion the boxer's mother suffered aU sorts of hardships aod worse siuce at the shevist vultures. Bartfleld !ras been trying for months to get a passport Into Russia and has just succeeded. Vancouver 3, Seattle 2 VANCOUVER, Jan. Vancauver Millionaires won the second game played nn ice, tonight when ihcv defeated the Seattle club, 3 lo 2. Calgary Edmonton 2 CALOAIIY, Jan. Alberta Big Four opened its schedule hore last night when the Calgary Columbus Club defeated the by- the score of five to two before 4.500 persons. It ivas a great exhibi- tion of hockey, both teams going at top s'f.eil for toe entire three periods. Calgary 3, Edmonton 1 ED5IONTOX, JE.-I. condi- tion which was expected to he so large a factor in Iho same here tonight, the opener ot the Big Four .Hofkev In Edmonton, failed to lead has suffered still locals to viclory, -when (he Vau- hands of tlio ol. Calgary showed (he way to the locals by the score of 3 to 1. It was ati excellent exhibition aud was played before 4.000 fans. Old Country FootbaD Scores LOXDON'. Jau. (lie associa- tion football the keenest interest is being manifested Ihe first round of the English cup competition, to be played next Saturday. This competi- tion, which is by far the most import- ant tn English football, has been sus- pended since Ihe final in the spring of 1915, when Sheffield United beat Chelsea at Manchester. The draw lias bad some curious results. Some of the most populous centres lose the chnirce of a match, but wherever the tics are played enormous crowds are assured. Nine out of the ten Lon- don clUDO were drawn !o play away from home, hut one at leist of these matches will be saved to the metro- polis. Rochdale having accepted terms to play the.Arsenal on the tatter's grounds. The leading clubs have kept well clear of one another, onlr two first eague teams meeting. Three IlirininB- lam clubs play at home, as do fire out of nir Uuba Newcastlo" way, hut jelther Liverpool nor Sheffield bave i match at home. The clubs Jilay- ng Include 22 first league, 21 second division, 15 Soulhera league, and six others. The most remarkable result In Sat- urday's league contest was the defeat ol -Newcastle. United by Oidham Ath- etic. who were at the bottom o( the As a result-the winners become the last but one, Sheffield Wednesday ;oing back to the last position, which they had held for a long lime. SATURDAY'S GAMES Scottish League Aberdeen 2, Hamilton Acads 0. Albion Rovers 2. That a Suggestion Will Likely Be' Billed if Weather TOMMY SMITH IS B.rando" SIGNED BY QUEBEC JaU' of OTTAWA. Jan. 5.-Tommy Kmitli, l'h? most dcllrioiis conlcsta slascd i.cra membsrof the famous Oltawa hockey belkirka acfealed Bran- family, after a year's lay olt, has sign- c> V'E "ocKey ed vltlj tbe Quebec hockey team. He llerc tonight. now on his way to Quebec. TOBACCO SERIES ttal photograph Drawing from Tobacco Ncrth Moos? Jaw 5, 1 :.iOOSB JAU'. .Ian. Leafs maintained their leading position here tonighl by again defeating Hcgiira Vic- orias, 6 to 4, in the cxliibl- ion of hockey over seen in tbc prov- nce. ClyiebanV KilraliriioBc 2, -Ajr linked 1; ParlirtrThiBtlfl 6. Motherwel! 4, 1. Raith Hovers 0, Celtic 3. [Rangers 3, Falklrk 1. Third Lanark 1, Alrdrteoniane 1; Clyde and Dumbarton games pout poned owing to snoV.'- RUGBY Northerrr'Unlon Wigan 9, Barrow 6. Hull 6C, Datley 3, Uewsbury 10, Branatey 0. Leeds 8, Bradford 5. llroughton Ttangers Widnes 15 Warrington S, HuddersfleM H. Kelgiiley 15. Ualifai 2T. Hunslet 13, York' 2. OWnom 25, Leigh 0. Salford 0. S. St. Helen's Recreation 23, Swlnlon 3. I' Wakeficld TriuitT 9, St. Helen's 0 Other Scottish Old Merchon Taylors 5. Northampton 11, Cheltenham 3. Swansea 3, Bristol 0. Heath C, Cardiff 0. Leicester n, Gloucester 3. Blackucath '.IS. Richmond 3. Coventry M, Jfoseloy 3. IlendinEly !6, Manchester 2-1, 1'lymoutli 0, -Newport 3. With the turn In UM wtattxr to a colder temperature, skaUrt and puck chisers at era an getting Thtre will net likely be a hockey tonight but on Thura- day nTght and Coalhunt are due to clash. has been practicing right along, tak- ing advantage of the pondi near ihe town and will be .In flood ahape, while the Taylor crew ha vent had t ttlek In their alnce the memorable clash with There have been five garnet postponed now .owing So the soft weather and there li talk of making next week a -big hockey week tor tht purpose of getting the back games cleaned up. The district bonsplelers will be here next week and It would be a fine chance for a winter csmiva! which would put the rink on easy street. The L. A. A. A. is out of pocket on the rink proposition and this would be a great way to reimburse the treasury. Of all these pfins are 'conditicmal :'on the' humor of the weather man. NVESTIOATE NEWSPRINT MANUFACTLiREM IN U. WASHINGTON, Federal rado commission has asked by ttoruey -General Palhw to inveslIiiUoa of tit iiinufacturers' association, f which yrcduce Itrje proportion f the paper UMd Slltw SPENCE BROS. TAXI and Country Heated Cars. OTTAUTOUVERY Special Berries on Country Trliw 787 1210 Now And discover a left-hander of real abil ty. The best in the Ameilean league are not for sale. Chicago has Mil ilams and Kerr, and It Is not likel> that Gleasdn' spoil his chance 'or repeating the 1919 triumph iu the Johnson circuit by disposing ol elthe one. Hughle Jennings would no consider 'a trade involving Dutd Leonard, Detroit's leading southpaw Carl Wellmaii is the one best bet c St. Louis, .wiiiiu Perricck of Bosto (considering Ruth as an outfielder) tops the Hod. Sox, None ot these men Is for sale', and Hugging surely1 would not consider a trade 'for Thor- mnhlen or Mogridge. The trading markqt is very null N'one of the club managers is willing to with any of the players for a cash consideration, and there Is not [he slightest disposition to oven con- sider trades on a ulayer 'for player basis. This condition is not entirely true, becausn of the strained relations In the American league. The Na- tional league owners and managers are holding fist to what good play- era they have and nobody wants the slock available- End I. Herger FleniMin CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone Office 3rd Ave. S., Lethtrto-ge, Alberta. Ride In a MeLaughlln Special, It colts no LEI Young Fifzsimrripns Starts Out in Earnest for Honors Won byDad CURLING It doos look as if at last the weather man decided to see what he could do for the curlers and hockey boys Willie we have all enjoyed and appre elated fine scatter, with nil it means in iho stock men, still, if wo ;ve tho stuff, now is a lime lime, oii'lay is tho Y. M. C. A. Leaguo Standing Lost 5 1 5 4 3 3 nrumling f'lutj Business Men Y. M. 0. A. High School The liuslness Men and High School have to or.' Nest big be a cd if of Failure of Cleveland Club Last Year Caused By Lack Southpaw NEW TOP.K, Jan. 5.--The lelt- hsuded pitcher in major league base- jail has been the victim of more or ess heckling since tho same began. The eccentricities of the individual have been, charged against species. Ilaseball history, however, will attest the worth of the southpaw and records since 1502 show lhat few teams have, achieved the pinnaclo of baseball fame without a( good left-hraded pitcher. It was ths work of Dick Kerr Ibat nnabled the White to give tbo Heds a fight in the recent world's serlea. Kerr. too, contributed his siiaro l.o tho winning total of the Sox throughout the season, and he saved many a. tottering game for which he receiver! no official recogni- tion. Froru the first tho port sidcrs havo rounded out the "Winning com- bination. It was the wonderful work of George Mogridge that cllnchci Is Ihe name of Bob Fitzsimincns once more to play a part In flatlc. annats In the next fe-w seasons? For tho son of old Bob, the. man who helped 'punch big chapters In the history ol the heavyweight class, is starting out in earnest to gain fame as a ffghler. There's nothing new in the an- nouncement that young Bob is in the boxing game. Mo has been boxing ever since ho was old enough "hold up his When he vrns stilla little shaver Fitz taught liim to pose like his daddy. Then ho tnught ihe lad simple punches. Later ho taught him how to duck nnd feint and counter. And then, hetore the hoy had scarcely attained his growlli Old Bob announced that his son couti! lick nny'while hope at large. Anc thousands of fans, with memories o and f.illli In the old man still strong In their minds, were willing to back liis assertion "sight unseen." The youngster, though, showed lit tie desiro to start a ring career then and tils friends say tlio veteran star bawled tho boy out roundly sev- eral times for lacking tho proper spirit. Then along came tho war. Young FIU got Into it. Overseas he iron some recognition and some confi- dence In his own ability by winning How Is Your APPETITE? you nesu jtimalnnt. If you do you should tsk'a bowling Is best esercise you can have'for nppetlte. Try It. Dominion Bowling Alleys Sasement, Dominion BMff. Entrance on ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbrldae Hotel Phone 1644 ,mlay is the .date set for the xest bnnsp and It would c v-.pcimmoiu lo all concern- (bird place for the In tho n In the roped arena, lln liacl to be postponement as (hat wbuld liavc made of the penaanl was mnrrlcd a while ago. The fact Tho'rmahlen contribut- ed his When Iho complete history of tlic tlic date conflict with the doings at tascba" ,o1 Calgaty ns smws ol the visitors 819 written the luast (nlcjid taking tlip.t In ttlso. Now, however, things should hum along j hard usngc 'still "onspbl week and MACDONALDS TOBACCO S m ok ind and Chewf n 637 6S3 IHOH SOHOOb 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. 113 111 laoKi 110 411, I M, XcX.llib___ HO S2 35Si Jlofilann..... iriS 120 3M i RWpatll...... HP, 110 402 tho Iho Tho ilraws will likely all have (o be with Itoss In the leid-uff position _IBK-istm EKo iveT (0 m for Iho night d.-aws for with linvhiB WO r.s high single of tho gamo. Tlu; ficovea: BUSINESS MEN' 1st 2nii 3rd Tot. Itnss.......... ICO 171 630 13S US 117 55 431 Mel-inn....... 133 159 414 Harris SS 115 298 G25 563 It la now n federal olfenco in the U.S. punishable by a line of JS.OOO or n prison term up to five yeara to steal an nuto In r-np state ond drive it lulu another, doiible ones, at 7 and 0, 10-end Tuesday Draws W. Crawford va. Dr. iTaylOr. Clark vs. Hamilton. Hoyrt vs. Mac'.eod. Skcllli vs. Fox. Carborry vs. 1'eat. Ileid vs, Jlarrs. McKenzio vs. MeNnhli vs. Scolt. Simpson Livlc, H. (Trawforrl vs; Davidson. WednssJay Draws Duff vs. llalrj. Alrd vs. I'arks. Peat vs, McKcnrte. Johnson vs. Taylor. Carborry vs. Klrkbam. S p.m. draws posted tomorrow. Last Night's Resulls jlarrs won from NclEOii, failure of the Cleveland foam, and undoubtedly the lack of tlie capable left-handers will be the causo as- cribed. James C. Dunn, chief owner of the Indians, IB prepared to go to any reasonable means to add power lo tho pitching staff ot his team. Ho has no fewer lhan fourteen pitchers ronlcr.anfl If 1m could acquire lltle to one flrst cla" Pl'cher. he not hesitate lo give five of his trading slock. Plve of tho Cleveland pitchers nrc not on the market, Stanley Coveles- kie, Jim Haghy, Slim Caldwoll, Kl- mer Myers and llhle will bo relnincd unless something unforeseen in a haseball way Interferes. This means, that Ouy -Morton, Vrcil Coumbn, Tony Kd. Klepfor, Tom Phil- He'J Torklwon, ttiat purses from fights would help knock out John William High Cost of Living probably gave him Iho needed ropetus to take up boxing in earnest. He stepped Into the ring In Newark, N, J., recently nnd outpointed Ed Kin- ley, a light heavyweight, very linn- dily. Tlio bout gave Young Pltz n chanco to show that lie Is clover, ami ought to develop rapidly. He his left lo advantage, but failed (o give It tho p'rorur tecklnir up with his right. Ho has the general build of Ills father except that Ills shoulders have not been arms nnd ovcrdevel- Kave Installed a Pull Equip, ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE OlftTORS Can liandlo all pinkos of Expert Hot Alp Furntce Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workers 336 6th St. South ojietl by several years in n blacksmith fibop as his famous dad's, The young Kllz is now 22. Mostly because he Is old Dob's son ho Is In great dc-mand and .with a competent mannger to plcV tnb right opponciils for him ho undoubtedly fnces u brlgbl future. So JaT'ho'has refused to lei any one manage him, bolng leary of the Icucnes: walling around lo up to A contract for llfo with lips, Otis Iximbelh....., and Johnny Enzmnnn may change lunc1' money as his shnro. uniforms for. Hie benefit of tho In- dians, should any dca'.s come up In which they might be used, It Is more than llkoly that Mr. Dunn will liave to comb tha minor league Tvith a (Ine-toothed comb lo Skclth won from Macleod. Reid won from Shepherd. i Clark won from McKcnzIe. AMERICAN SWIMMER WINS IN AUSTRALIA MELBOUrtNB, Sunday, Jan. 4.. Normnn RMS, the American awimnier, won tho 2JO yard championship sprint in an athletic meet hero Saturday. Spencer and Oatorleler, Americans, won Ilia day bioyclo with R purse or Kourleen teams competed. Vimy Auto Repair Shop Mams Block 13th Afreet N, GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS, By Experienced FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRE8 STOrtAGE ALL IS GUARANTEED Q, F, .WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;