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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 7, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MOB SIX t BRINGING UP FATHER TffB LETHBRIDGB DAILY FRIDAT, JANUARY 7. 1921 By G. McManus WhenltComesTo Serving Meals You'll that we've ftarted 1921 we'll hope to learn bow to improve. THE SIL VER GRILL St. Louis Nationals Offered and Four Players In Deal for Roger Horasby All Previous High Finance Rec- ords Than Double Price Paid for Ruth TABER PRESIDENTS __ i "Ride we down I (By W. A. IncBMint Nuisances your Diachine, CURLERS ARE WINNERS! at. LOUIS, Jan. new (From Onr Own Correspondent) TABER, JaiL President vs Vive-president curling match resulted record has been created in, the history a victory for the president s r nk. of basebael finance by the report a Curlers; Houston. Texas, quoting Branch Rick- their uival enthusiasm. and ey, manager of the St. Louis Nation. j 'to of and stane' has, is stating the club had received been going strong. Rmks have now bonafide offer of three hundred for tlle 6iueld' ani) thousand dollara and four players for competition Irkeen. Tne we has 6een Hogc-r Hornshv. second bast- socU enough, and when you see a pro- man r.nd champion hitter of the Nat.'mment drygoods and general mer- ional Icaeu-- chant in a' hardware store, don't ex- ague This figure mnre than doubles the reported purchase price given by tho New York Americans (or Bnlie Ruth iu a deal vrbirh was conceded to put u record valuation on a player's ser- vicni and Is jli-t twice the she of the offer made by the Xe.w-.York Giants for Horasby last, season. N At that litre, according to a formal statement, icruecl -by .Pi'MlJent Bread-1 on of the Cardinals, the firsts altered i'00 nni! twi player.s in exchange for HflrnsDjv Wha'n (h'at 'was' Birnent down" the- offer was ralsoo to which it was explained, was made to) orifl nnnrs that Horusby was to disposed of. j In v.'itli the statc-nieut, i the dub v.Tnnld not se'il. tho " a niil- Jion." Later. H was ssid, the Giant 1 change of baslnMS he Is only rink to bellt T0BEHSENIED Will Be Special Feature of Pro- gram in Connection with Carpentier Film The only tiraa ami uin man can feel safe from bandits these dare is when he is ea route to his own funeral. Rip Van Winkle wat the flrst bird to pull a delayed hit a pippin. Some Epitaphs Beneath this slab Henry He pulled the tail'of a circus jlon.' We mourn abseiee of FVM4 He never cam. back room stroll -n made Slick Mc- deep mistake the totjl of o mlliiOTi liiil ;i.? "Wiimt 'rcfnri QT th1'1 otTcr to ii (jilarter in i ed. ' Me- i aaj ba Pans Had Tent All Over Macleod in League Match Wednesday (From Our Own BLAIRMORE, Jan. of. the Vti-.mni-li-thaTa'dosf was to bc'mado 1 fastest games at hockey erer wit- in Blairmore was played'to- on Ihe Blainnore rink between for Hcrnsby af'T the dnsc di rha. season ana several days ago. Jiulce ', treasurer of tho Giiims. cnnoinicod t'oat an oifer J200.0HO To'ijr playerr, had been mi'.i Ijy Pifiaidoat Breadon with His repiv that the rlnb iTould "conslilcr" He offered a bribe to an honest player. Sowers He cracked ME throat as a. sideshow barker. Mtvie Guff "And now, with illimitable aeont. la which to for his' crimes, the Scarlet player yearns only for the cleansing fountain at unsullied youth ones more." "Hantf in hand, the past forgotten and with the golden glory of the re- Blairmore j fulgent future before them, they stray ._ n .i- togatner jnto cartjjiy Paradise known only by those whose lore. and the game resulted in a win for Blair- more by a score of 12 to 2. Macleod turned out with a full quota of players and presented a fine 'in" or the four players were i line-up and the Blairmore team was F'-ar.'- Kr'scli. The Mew York club i comprised of the Chas. v n: "rTitvTtain Fuch a Grah'am, centre; Scott, right wing; l'-n licOnacic; said. Turner, TeEt wins; J. A. Harbour, witii this offer, it was i aud G. N. Elwin, defence, and M. C. Bawbtli during the hockey season may be a little out of place, but the baseball fans are always ready for a little excitement and a stir in circles 'baaeballic' will be made locally on Monday evening next. Len S. .Brown, manager of the Colonial theatre, who presented the cup emblematic of the championship of the 'knockout league' In last summer's play, is presenting the Colonial eup on Monday evening next at the Colonial in connection with the. great Carpentier picture bo- Ing shown that night. He is planning to make U .quite an event for the sporting fraternity. The Columbus. Club team, who came 'ilfi last'season's cjity lea- tho Colonial CUP will beVre- handle a cue I propose to take him in haiid myself .and. train him, that he may profit by my experience. Who known but that he may develop the skill to win the perhaps, wrest it from his Hoppe commands admiration not solely because of his ability as a bil liardist, but also because of his per- sonal characteristics. He is a credit to the such it may be which he so nbly represents, as well as his race and manhood. Of exem plary habits, he is champion among champions, both as a man and a bil- liardist. He is the model athlete. His daily life is regulated by the rules of healthful llring and from the rigors of this he never deviates a particle. Hoppe, Indeed, it an example who is to be copied. sented with the tible other presentations prices won in the knockout series will also be presented. .Manuer Kennedy and here for Walter Par- Captain Len arena Will accept the cup 'tor their team, .v big time will had. llornsby was to figure in a 1 Hhynas, goal. _ f vf.-T-p.n trade between Boston. Phila- j The Bialrmore leeined to have iJ.'Miu Xew-York.' Cimoinnatl and 't all over Macleod and although the Jy Loni 5- hut Cardinal' officials' assert- game was fast and furious at. times que.0f ro prnnn-iltlnn of this nature was i it was all Blalrmore's from the start. c'onFlde'red I Charlie Graham ecored six ont of the insurance the 12 goali for Blairmore. This is the second league game Blairmore has played having lost to faith hare been truly tested." "The lilting hour come, when all Mature tarns .toward the sunset and everywhere Is peace, happiness, content, save in the heart-of Dajbitck Kilnnore, the Tiger of the Iloofle- gow." Who will be the Judge to fix up the factions of the Lta- Mnrrisby. who is in hero, stated .recently ho had desire to change clubs and would pivOr to slay in St. Louis. H'ornsby iilt .3TO during the past sea- jon. anfl though ninth among second basemen in fielding, had over 100 chances more than any of his rivals. I Coleman at Coleman last Wednesday. The Trail Nowhare There are (wartqg of U9, up ip the early hours, and hunting along 'the trail. Following tips that oar friends have MtOBO COLI CGE TEAM MEETS DEFEAT ONCE Ift TWENTY SEASONS ATLANTA, end of the 1920 'football Mason finds one southern college with a' record, of- only one defeat In twenty'years. Morehouse College, a negro in- ititution. lost 2 game ten years agor but for ten years to that time and since the word "defeat" been known at the school only as it applied to Morehouge's' op- ponents. has played games an- nually with the leading negro teams In thc'toutn, including Tus- kegae Institute, Atlanta Univer- sity and Morris Brown College. fail! that cannot They say that some other gool old pal, who lives on a far-off street, i Has plenty of stuff laid by concealed in a safe re.treat! And ever when that old pal is found, that he tells is the left of his private stock the talk same Not a drop Tonight the Hd will be pried off the Junior League when the high school And here mentions some name! other and: ..last'-; i_eaaon'd champs', ilash. set up track, fro, and thore, on an endless' we must wander ,tp and record in basketball this season ao SjoeWne the Fellow who has Some their work 'along'this line boglH to be I "-Left, till the evening sun is low! number of is the heart of your oldest friend, and tho loftiest man will HOCKEY at RINK TONIGHT KNOX HIGH SCHOOL to 7.45 o'clock. COALHURST vs VETS 9 1p 9 o'clock. SKATING I to 10.30. All for 35c. Toinorrow AFTEftNOONC....... TOMORROW NIGHT.. t to 4 te 10 watched. They ha1 dark hornea on their line-up with which they hope to overpower the churfcn-orew but Doe.Leech is nmiling and confident that his colts can more than hold their own. It is expected that Hoi Crawford will hold the bell. If so there will bet no room for- com- (plaint. ,i Going to Make a Child a Real Billiard Player Very Early BY HER. NEW TORK, Jan. Hoppe has won so many championship bill- iard tournaments that' it has become a habit with him. Theirecent tourna- ment no exception. In this he made a clean sweep, defeating his youthful rivals, Welter Coehran aud Jake Scbaefer, twice, each. Hoppe once more demonstrated, In a manner that eliminated all doubt, that he Is rithout serious contention in the pastime which he has dominated for so many years. In the defense of his Hoppe defeated hie opponents for a grand average of a little better than 29, as follows: Opponent. Average. High ran. Coehran.......... 18 4-22 101 Kchaefer 88 8-14 179 i Schaefer 40 '239 Senior city league hockey will be Ushered in tonight at tha A. A. A. when the Coalhurst team will .jiky the Vein, lait year's city, district and: Alberta champions. The Coal- hurst team has won its first start against the Mottnties and tKe result of tonight's game will pretty well decide the future of the league which runs for only six games. There should be a big crowd out for tonight's game it only to cheer the on for their dash to win the dis- trict league. The Coalhurst fans 'turn- ed out 250 strong on Tuesday night. Lethbridge ought to double that figure. It is likely that a couple of new will be sees in'the Vets lineup tonight. FIRSIEAI0F 1EAGOE Coehran 105 Dutrict Hockty Leagrue Attracti Much Attention; Taker Fans Strong for It (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Jan. district hoc- key leasae is attracting much atten- tion1 here and bids fair to-Become the biggest sport factor in the south this winter. Because Coleman is our rival, seems somehow to hive inject- ed some excitement into the commun- ity, and '.vo arc expecting corno crowd on Tuesday night. the season tickets, piease. Lie like a villain, standing there, a? he looks right into your eye! 3o what is the use of tha ceaseless quest? If you travel slow or fast. It's the endless trail and the cold, dead trail, and the trail leading nowhert) at last Fellow who married a Detroit phone Sirl Is pinched for bigamy. He got on parly line. "BIG LEAGUE" TEAMS BARNSTORM JAPAN NEW VORK. .Ian. became known today tlmt two .teams of 'professional" uauobull Inexpensive Pastimes Setting your Watch. Winding the clock. Holding the yarn-skein for yoi vita. Reading the theatre ads. Walking round the block. Hiding in elevators. Watching a parade, borrowing a match. (Copyright National Newspaper DEMP3EY TO BOX AT MILWAUKEE, ORE. Ore.. Jan. C Jack players am. now barnstorming in Ja- Dumpsey, world's heavyweight cham- nan labelled as representing the Na- pion, will box si.i ronnds at Mllwau- tional and American leairuen. The :cee, near January 26, with an tour-started Toitio on Novcmnor opponent yet to bo selected, according' 23. ,fn Uhat game which the "National to announcement today by Frank Ken leaguers" won by '2 to j. Jack Slice- dail of tho Milwaukee baling cornmis- ban, former manager of the Winnipeg sion, who laid ho had received word Mapaoni, DUyed first for the from Jack Reams, manager for neaap- J Dreeing Mint. This is Hoppe's sixteenth cham- pionship season. Thirty-three years old now, he won the world's title in Paris when he was eighteen, wresting t from .Vlgnaux. Since then he has .uccessfully defended It against the beat of pSayers, proving beyond ail question that he is the greatest liardist of all time. Grows Better He Ages Like good wino and other things which benefit by the aging process, Hopps apparent ly grows better with the years. Billiard experts that the eratwhile "Hoy Wonder" is at the very top of his form right now and they have abandoned all thought of his being defeated ao long as he elects to defend the championship. That Hoppe has desire to retire for many years yet is indicated by tho halt-jocular remark lit made to me after defeating Coehran. Hoppe is the father of two a daughter, Alice, alsht old, and a flvc- sun, u'iilio Jr, Acknowl- edging my congratulations ujion hia victors' and replying io the compli- mentary assertion that he is without a foeman worthy of liis or cue Hoppe said: "Well, if it doesn't .occur in the meantime, I hope years hence to show you a billiardlsl who will teat .Pressed :to Idontify he lisa in' mind, Ilnpiiofnanicd hi And he assured mo that ho meant it seriously. Will. Train Sion "I certainly intend Hilly to become Hoppe continued. I NiAmca' Takes Cardston Into' Teams Here is the Schedule Lethbridge district of'the Alberta Basketball association got its league under way at Raymond last night when Raymond played Cardston and won. This is Raymond's start in the iid for the Gillette Cup emb'ematic of lie Alberta championship. Tho Lethbridge 'district basketball league' will run for the next month with ifour teams bridge, Stirling, Raymond and Card- stou. The winner .of this .league w meet the winner of the Medicine Hat eague for the championship of South- ern Alberta, and the winner will meet the winner.of the ..Calgary-Edmonton elimination series for the Gillette Cup. Lethbrldge, Raymond and Stirling have second teams and these will play a series during the senio'- series. The schedule for the Southern Al- berta basketball league is as follows: Cardston at Raymond Jan; 6. Lethbridgs at Stirling Jan. 11. Stirling at Cardston Jan. 14. Raymond at Lethbridge Jan. 14. Stirling at Raymond Jan. 21. Lethbridge at Cardston Jan. 21. Haymond at Stirling Jan. 28. Cardston at Lethbridge Jan. 27. Lethbridge at Raymond Feb. 4. Cardston at Stirling Feb. 3. Stirling at Lethbridgo Feb. 11. Raymond at Cardston Feb. 11. OUR SECOND HALF-PRICE SALE WE HAVE PURCHASED A LARGE BANKRUPT STOCK OF MEN'S WEAR AT A LOW RATE ON THE DOLLAR, WHICH WE ARE SELLING AT HALF PRICE INCLUDING SOME OF THE BEST LINES IN CANADA. INCLUD- ED IN THIS STOCK IS A LARGE NUMBER OF MEN'S AND BOYS' FINE SHOES, WORK SHOES, FELT SHOES, OVERSHOES, RUB- BERS, ETC. i. md moit tueceHful held in Lethbrldge-; it huge IUCCMS; we could hardly handle the number that were packed In the ctore all the time. We told every- Ihln. it HALF PRICE, and we are doing it again. balance of our high-class stock left from the other tale exce I wlth thl' new of at HALP PRICE, Packi and Moeeasini, etc., etc. When we put on sale we do ai we advertise. BERT KESTER'S M N H Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner 19 to 18 Game Provides Lots of Fun in Church T League Once again a clean fast -ame was the result in Church Basketball hoopers The line-up: Wesley. League, when the Wesley clashed with D. g. Wesley lead 'in the. early iteges of the game and at half-time, the score stood 13 to 7 in their favor. A. Hamilton.. L. D. S. speeded up in the final stages and put up a good exhibition (H. Livle...... to the combination L. Sandquist. usual G. Greenway up good, scoring high for Wesley. Hamilton ajt.-centre, although out- jumped, hard, fast and was rewarded with two field baskets. L. D. S. played a good game 'but were weaker on combination. Kolman- was high scorer with ten and made some good long shots. Kesler at centre played a good game' but was unlucky'in shooting. E. Nelson a new man on defense proved to be a hard checker and more experience bids to step into his big brother's shoes. A. and E. ler both played good games and greatly added-to the L. .D. S. Holman and Qreenway staged wrestling bout during the game, much .to the pleasure of the firVxs. of the Wesley basketeers. G. Greenway played his D. S. Centre 4 C. Keealer Forwards ...4 Holman.....: n 1. Hepler Guards u Nelson ...5 A. Hepler peedy defence game and greatly aid- ed Wesley by securing five foul throws out of seven attempted. got speeded up in the ______ ast half, showing his usual ability.! Rev. P. C. Howard has been trans- Jvle played a good game but was ferred from Mono Mills to Matheson Hard checked. Buraard also showed Anglican Church. CANADA'S CHAMPION HURDLER TO COMPETE NEW YOIIK, Jan. Canadian Thompson, holder of the world's record for tho 110-metre hur- illfs, is expecte' to compete in timbbr-loppiiiE events at tho games of the Millrose A. C. at Madison Square Garden to bo held on February S, PHONE Ml 410 FIFTH.OTHICT I "HERALD" Football THIS ftULCS GOVERNING THE COMPE-1 TlTiON ARE AS FORM I 1. The competition will bs called The Football CUP TIE GAMES PLAYED Cofppetitors will be entiUetl to BTH. many entries as etch eatry-ii.accompai.icd by CLOSE JAN. 7TH five cents, 'and COUDODB to tho ber ot entries. I Competttors must cross out ot -the clubs they think Park R. VH Arsenal. sntf .cross out the niunca or boili if they consider ;t draw will vt Sheffield United. S-4. can only be vs Manchester United. rfte Spurting Page of Tlie Herald. Al! monies received will be vs Chelsea. turned in prlzea. The amount and numbers of prizes will be vs Stoke. cvsry Monday inurning for vs Exeter. Results of competitions published every Wcdne-sday vs Birmingham. 'heques to surressfu] competitors County vs West Bromwlch. inn llfd inimpdlnlnly on rccelnt uf .by tlir. Athletic vs Cardiff. C entries must he posted or de-; 'to Thp Herald before Villa vi Bristol City. nliht on Fridays A Frldav vs Bristol Rovers, marh frim polnia outaldf of the city of will bf ro.ifsit.uruil vs Stackport. coniatnlng a IfaltlmjiJe vs Kulham. T. The niimp nnd Hddruxo of vs Huddersfleld. roinpetltnr must be vs Eolton. 8. BtnmpH miisl not Se used Forest vs Newcastle. ment for pntrlpn 9 AM eh trios must enter tho Herald Fcotball Com In accordance with the rrcntM. ijjptliliri'tire itud conditions announced tO Thf Pnorfinpr Rrtltor's anfl agree to accept the puh- .11. of Thn Herald decision Unal and legally barred from the Signed Address ;