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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SDC UP FATHER" By G. McManus ?L, ioMEoVfecb '.ooKitv, coRNEp'eecK Vi- l WJL KIT I Ti I rr. IN bORE THERE AN O3OK1 or CORNED BEEF jut are___ public {libraries in tbl large, chiles, welcome wit bo glveii ifi'every reader to Inspect aai participate. Bread lias gone up from 11 cents a small loat at Kitchener. WORLD OF Week of Hockey Depends On the Weatherman Now It's up to the weather man row. He's threatening something and if. he will come through with a cold dip of just sufficient frigld- neM to make real ice at the rink instead of a poor imitation, that wetk of. hockey will 90 with a bang. The fans are all sgog to see a' game of real honest-to-good- ness hockey again, especially since Lethbridge handed an 'lacing to the PIncher Creek sextette who had been tooted ai the class of the league. The beating was administered by a team comprised almost wholly of the Vets and we hive three other teams about as or thereabouts anyway. The fans were quite peeved when last night's fixture had to he called off, but they are hoping the over- cast'skies Indicate enough cold to let Saturday night's game between the Vets and Mountlei go on, to be followed next week by a whole week of it, hockey and skating every night, We'll know pretty well by tomor- row what to expect. CHIEF BENDER TO MANAGE NEW HAVEN EE1TERS Beat Barons Two Out of Three 'and By 4 Pins on Total Barons BARGNS, Jan. is the result of the Claresholm bowlers' in- vasion of. Barons: S Thompson ..V.. 163 ISO ''-ito Walker 123 182 158 (Maxwell.......... 157 135 159 Reynolds 168 121 H2 Lamb 176 H3 153 'SI 761 785 DAROXS McCleUatfd HI IBS 170 Wobeck 126 163 144 }t. filooro 170 200 167 Wllliame 156 155 117 i.'..' 134 163 H5 126 827 743 TQ the bowlera of Calgary and Lelii- bridge, vrhon games are home ajid-homeTrit .is ;iip to good to liveVu'p; to l.their .promises. Ben't tho basketball garao the first and second team on '-Saturday night of. this week. The boys .re nutting on this exhibition game lo give the people a chance to see how they .work out. The first and second teams have been working hard under Stead's coachfng and they expect thfi of Lcthbridge to do their sharn support tho game which has held such a prominent place in the sport life ol Iho city for the past three years. The game la entirely free and >Hl slarl at S o'clock. SPORT BRIEFS Dick O'Brien, the Cincinnati boxer, has gqn'E to San Francisco in the hope of getting.a liout with Slipper Meehan. Bobby- Both, recently traded to Washington, has. been a member of halt the teams of the American lea- Chiraso, Cleveland, Boston and Washington. The champion Cincinnati the iWashington Senators have ar- ranged to play 14 exhibition games dnring the .spring training trip. Waller Cox, the Grand Circuit pilol, has completed the removal of his eritire. racing stable from Dover, N.H., to Laurel Hill Fnnn, Indiana.- On January Hth the people of Leth- bridge will be able to' sea the. basket- ball season opened with a game be- tween Cardslon and the "Y" team. The league hag managed to get two. teams from each town, a first aud sec-: ond team. Tho Cardston boys have I been working hard under Coach Rob-: ius and are sure they will come out on top. Robins was coaching Ray- mond for the last few years so you can see that the game on Wednesday will be oho worth seeing.' boys have been out working hard and Stead, the "Y" coach, feels sure thai Cardston will have lo work their hard- est'and then some to come out o'n lop. The Cardslon boys will play Hay- nioud on the following night, where j another exciting game will The following towns have entered the: Southern Alberfa Daskelball League: Cardston, 'Jia- gr.ilh and Haj-mond. The new uchcdulo.Ij as follows: Cardston vs Lethbridge at Leth- bridge, Jan. H. Cardslon vs Raymond a'l Raymond, January .-lo." j' Lethbridge-'vs -Magt-ath, January 21. Haymond TS Cardston at Cardston, January 22. Magrath vs Lethbridge, at Lcth- bridge, January. i Lethbridge vs Raymond at RajTnonil January 30. Magrath vs Cardston nt Cardston, January 30. vs February 4. u._ .'iVv.-1' Raymond vs Le'tbbridgd at" Leth- bridge, February 4. Magrath vs nayraona at Raymond, Feb. 6. Lethbriage vs Oardalon at Cards- Feb. 13. Raymond vs Magrath at Ulagrath, February 13. (The winners of the league will re- ceive a pennant and each player a medal. NEW HAVE.SV Conn.. Jau. "Chief" Bender has been engaged by Georgo Weiss, owner of the New Haveu Base- ball -club ot the Eastern Lea-- guc.-as manager and pitcher. Bender, with "Chief John Meyers, -iwlll-conslltute next season the only Indian batterv in the country. 1 CURLING OFF THE TURF YORK, Jan. Fay, horso owner, was ruled oft 'tlio turf, and G. Ff. Morton lost Ills train- ers' license at annual meeting of the Jockey Club hero yesterday. Ac- tion wss (aken oh n report submitted by the stewards of the autumn of the Ijmplre CKy Racing Association. August )3olmont was re-elected chairman of .the .Jockey Club, and Joseph Wldener wan elected a mem. her Of the board of stewards. WINNIPEGS6, MONARCHS2 WINNIPEG, Jan. S.-In a loose and listless exhibition here tonight tho ..Winnipeg! defeated Monnrchs 6 to 2 Jnd Jumped out in front In the race [or the championship ol the .Winnipeg pockcy league H names count for anything Runar Ohman, the Swedish be n. likely contender for Marathon honors in the big Boston event neit April. lADgtord, the colored heavy- weight, plans to go lo England in -March. Sam also idll box In Paris It suitable matches can bo arranged. Eastern members ot the rules com- mittee of Iho American Wrestling as- sociation want the toe hold barred, while tlie western members desire ta retain this particular grip. Ruth's demand ply envelope must mean that the film depicting tbe home-run champinn as a movie hero-Is'abiut to bo released. Publicity gels Ihe kale. Trainer Doc Hurt will relurn to the Brooklyn Dodgers next season. camo from Chicago to Brooklyn and trained the Dodgers from 1516 to 1518. Last year be went back to the Cubs, ALBERTA SEPARATE DISTRICT NEW VOnK. Jau. of. Canadian .districts so as to irrjako four.instead of two as hereto- fore, was decided, on by the American I Trap Shooting Association yesterday. ;The new districts will bo made un as follows1: First: Maratime provinces, Quebec jand Ontario, as far west as Port Ar- Second: West of Port Arthur and the Saskatchewan boundary, Includ- ing all of Saskatchewan and Manitoba Third: Alberta. Fourth: British Columbia. 4 4 4.4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 HOW TO KNOCK OUT DEMPSEY 4.1. Grantland Rice ivrilcs: "Carpentler might- tako a big advantage of Dempaoy by whia- pcrlng the name of two or throe- Chateau Thierry, Beileau Woods, San Mihiel and the Argonnc. Tim rliances arc that Dcrnnsey 4 wouldn't recover from the 4 sllock for three or foiir rounds. Any dlicussloo of-war Is said 4 to make Messfs, Dempsey snd 4 Kearns excessively nervous. 4 4 4 4 4 4 ff BUSY AT CHAMPION CHAMPION, lidjs.otf the local curling club and things are getting lively on that side of town. A number of old players have beeii un- earthed and the neV. material isibc- ginniug lo take.ori'ehupe'-under'the efficient guidance of President Wood- hull. -Thti jlraw. pen ing com- petition -between 'the' Vice-PreEident, Milt Moffat, result- ed in; "1 .The President -Messrs.-TVoodhuJl, A. Orr, Nr. John- son and A. S. Roberts. Messrs. Hummel, Wafsoii, McLean and C.. Anderson. t Messrs. Clapp; --ind 'Messrs. ll'. Cooper nrid-Olirer. vifei'.vJM HK -The yiee-Presldent Messrs. Depiie, ci'Denue and McLeod. Jlessrs. rsHoa.kinsi Jleyer, Cook aud H.'-JoplIn.1 Messrs, Talbot, Kydd, Cassiilv and D. Ulrich. uincn. scolt, P. Slf- m autj-vx. Bea'SbieJ; Poor. Exhibitipn of Fistic Art Which WaipStagwl in" Capital City AT TOE SAN DIEGO, Calif., Jan. S.-Delails o! tho proposed match at Tia Juana, Lower California, between Jack Dcmp- sey and Georges C'arpcntler, [or the world's heavyweight championship, were lo be discussed here loday by Jack Kearua, Dcmpscy's manager, and James Coffroth, promoter. Coffroth early today was without direct word from Descaiaps, Carpen- tler's manager, that his terms had bean accepted, but said he had cabled Charles Harvey, his agent in London, to get in touch at once with Descamps aud Carpentler and advise him of their plans. Meantime he Is proceeding on the theory, he said, that Associated Press dispatches from Paris--to the effect IbatiDcscamns had accepted his offer were correct. He. said he expected to construct on arena nt Tia Juana to accommodate n crowd of at least and possi- bly GALLANT ROAMER IS DEAD MASTER >TBW regret was manifest In racing circles with the announcement of Ihe death of one ot America's mightiest thoroughbreds, the late Andrew filler's Moamer, quite the most popular horso In the country aud tho holder of tho world's circular track record at one mile- of 1.31 accomplished nt Saratoga, 21, IMS. The gelding had baen turned out on Iho farm In New Jersey, and yesterday' whilo gallo.nlng In (he field broke his log ami had to bo destroyed. The re- markable coincidence that both he and his owner should pass away on the will aoivo to make tho daln a memorable ono In luff circles, NO COMPLIMENT "Do you t'link your likes me. "Yes, she stood up for you at din- ner." up for me! Was anybody saying anything against nothln' much. Father sold lio thought you were an ass, but aho Jumped up and said you wasn'l and told father he might lo know better than to judge a his looks.'' (Edmontoi; Journal.) It took but lire and a fraction rounds of box hi a ut thea- tre last night to convince Tex Fos- ter that he had made a mistake when ho hooked up Barrleau. Tex and Frank were 'billed as tho mam attraction on the card prepared by the Great War Veterans' Associa- tion, hut as a headlined it proved to bo pretty poor stuff. Barrleau had a wide advantage all the iwiy and made roster take a lot of punishment, and tho colored gentleman decided lo call it a day shortly after the commence- ment of the sixth round. It was a re- lief lo the friiis when "finis'1 was written lo the mingle. The bout was far too one-sided to be Interesting. The best bout of the evening was tho preliminary in which George lies- terson and Frank Stone clashed. There was lots ol action while these boys were Ir, the ring. Yotuw Maxwell, who rcfereed, called tie batlte a draw, but a. majority ot the fans wore all for KcElerJpn, and the decision'was'-not very popular. V; -Harry ffog aiV easy Mine winning Yiuni Soldier. Mncdonald in Ihe BCmi-windiip, a six-round go. An- derson had all the better of the mill- ing and also had a decided advantage In tho weights. Harry boxed cleverly and kepi Mncdonald covering up near- ly oil the way. kid Lucas, of Calgary, gave Billy Tiarton a warm argument, but tho do' clslon went to n.irion, In the curtain-raiser Soldier Ked put Scolty Dickcnson to the cleaners In (he third round by connecting with a hard Won- (D the body. Young Mnxwoll reforecd the pre- mlnaries, and Dr. McCormlck was Urn ihir.1 man in iho ring when tho main nout was on. Hob McDonald was timekeeper. There was a fair attend- ance. ST. LOUJS, Mo., Jan. Jim- mle Engjlih flyweight charnplon, eatily defeated Johnny bantamweight champion of the American Expeditionary For- ctt, in an eight-round bout here night, according to majority opinion sf the 'newspaper men preient CINCINNATI; 0., Jan. ust Herrmann for rnany years chairman of the National Bate- ball commission, hat resigned; His which wts prejenitd at'the annual meeting of the yetterday, Is to take ef-" '.feet at the earliest possible date, >not later than the joint meeting of, the National .and American .jj leagues, called for February 11 in ;Chicago. t --......v; DUBUC WITH TOLEDO Ohio, Jan. purchase from _the Nevy York Nation- als of Pllcher-Jean was :sm- tfounced lioger-Bresiia-- hany president of the Toledo club' ot thenAraerlcan association. Tho pur- cliase price was not mada public.- This gives Bresnajian four pitchers to Kelson and Carpenter having beeu'released to Toledo by the American club. LEFT DANCE TO ATTEND 'i: WATCHNIGHT SERVICE 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 WILL GRANT PERMIT 4 FOR TIA JUANA FIGHT 4 Lower Callfor- 4 nla, 'Jan. lo a permit tor tho pros- 'Pecih.e match at Tfa 4 tweeny Jack Dem'p'sey and Carpcotler, was in- 4 dtcatJd by Governor Cantua of 4 CallforMa, 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 444444 fFYom Our Own Correnwademi NOBLEFOKD, Jan. Dark Town Masquerade on New Year's. Eve in the K.Aof P. hall was well attend- ed. .The and mild weather brought many people from the conn try. The watch-night service on New Yearjs Eve, .in the Nobleford church was a decided success. On .the Invi- tation of CapC Rev. W. H. Muncasler, the dancers all came over to the churc.h and'.returned to the hall alter the service. We think it mighty fine-spirit of co-operation on tho part of all concerned that people should Icavo i masquerade hall to at- tendji church service.' When Iho rain- ister i'returnctl to the hall v.'ith tho others, they tang, "For He's a Jolly Good.Fellow." The Sunday morning service took the form of a military service, such as the captain conducted for tlireo years in' Prance. Tho Boy SCOUIF held ia church parade and hud tho place.of Jionor in the front seats The Community Club debate for Thursday evening havbeeu postpon- ed. Further notice will be given Tho Community Club IB planning n skating parly to be hold'this Thursday eve- ning- on the sheet of Ice near the Bultes, weather permitting. Ladies! Don't'forget .the Institute meeting on afternoon In Ihe parlor of the tJcDougall House. Tho Institute Is doing splendid work but needs your support. Be a booster, not a knocker. Miss McXamara. has lieen the guest of Mrs. Tackoberry during the Christ- mas holidays. .School opened on Monday morning wltli almost n full attendance. The children are entering into their school work again with renewed vigor, realis- ing tliat they arc on (he home stretch toward the Grades and IX. cjam- Inntlons. There nro two new pupils In Iho primary room and two new ones also In Grade IX. That (be confidence of good farmers In good dry land lias not diminished during the past two dry, years was made evident last week when W. L Ljicblannld the Noble Foundation, Ltd., an acre for a section of land'Toni- milcE west of Nobleford. Tllo section has no Improvements In the way of buildings, but Is highly Improved as far as slats of cultiva- tion iii concerned. At present two hundred acres is scdcd lo fall rye and the balance hag been carefully sum- nlerfallowed and Is ready tor the drill While tho price h considered high by swne, .the buyer Is more than pleased with his bargain and considers that with a good season in 1920 tho land miy easily produce enough to practi- cally pay for IK'elf. -Tlia i la a .ot tie. class of farming followed Noble FOUR- da.lon, Ltd., and IB an Indication ot what may bo expected for largo areas ot laad In this district whoro rallonol methods ot culUvallon are practised.; POPULAR PREACHER A VISIT TO BAHOS'S Ouriowil opened >n Jan. 5, wiih Uwo .'new teachers. Miss D. Buchanan, sister ot Mrs. S., Pike, Holman, from The n'ey day In Barons ttr the youngsters. They Speut much of It on.tiio noiid by the -illway track skating. Mrs. Wke'smotlicr, sister and brother returiied' to Edmonton bn Saturday afler spending a happy hew year in Barons. v Mr. Andrew installing an -elec- tric plant iu Ibis-new building Mr. and M.-b-i .1. spent a s.Iiort 'lime 'in Barons on their way from l.elhbrldge lo Black Spring nidge where'they.spent some days visiting their sons and families. Sir. V. C. Dunning.- tbe Barons printer. Itas moved Into the building just east of the Government Telephone. "Jilce. Mr, A. G. Virtue, our iiow law- yer, has his office In-thu ing. 'Mr. R. M. Housenga, of-Iron'Spriiige, was a-vis if or in town, on: Friday ot last S. GriffiUis, the niaiiager ol... the -Union left'-lor the Old Country .with her little daugh- ter on Jan. 2. J920. They eipect to iirrjve in about'-'two, weeks. Mr. and Mrs. G. Chew'havc recent- ly taken up their residence in the house formerly occupied by ilr. and slovily, but we hope, surely. All the townspeople are looking fbrward lo a great supply ot waler from this auter- si 'The work on'Sir. Fouflie's sarage is now complete. Miss 51. Moir returned troni Cal- gary on Monday'after spending o.few- days with', friends in that city. Mr. anrl Mrs. Moffalt, accompanied by Mrs. 'Moir, left ori Friday last for Claresholm, where Mrs. Moir will visit with her daughter for a short time. Farmers, are still suffering the loss of their horsc-s. -There Is somethlns wrong with this old world when the hungry cannot find enough to eat Mr. and Mrs. W. Hurschmat, are re- joicing over the arrival of a son. These hoys will ceiiainly ipakp. great com- pany :for one another. The 'e'vcV-iicrcusiiig number of shipments of feed Id this' centre is just another Indication that business here is progressive1 nnd large. At .-the recent teachers' meeting held in the United church, the resigna- tion of LA. Andrew as Sunday school1 EtiperinWndcut was received wiih deep regrnt. Jlr. Priest1 was appolnlcd to fill Iho vacancy, and Airs. Cooper lilslanl, and Miss Noir, organist. During this good weather it would be a great opportunity for Darous to extend its sidewalks, for If certain prophesies come true there is lo be an abundance of rnfn this spring. Mr. D. A. Hanson has gone to Cal- gary to attend school, iii Crencent Heights. We wish liiui every suc- cess. -Mrs. itway-ftn-a holiday in Slavely contracted a serious -old suffered if or- sov- oral days. She' is now progressing Very favorably. On Tuesday, Jan. C, 1920, Barons United church and townspeople were favored'with tho thlM'-of ot very popular leclur'isJ.fihcii-Rov. Cipl K. Pearson, a largo audience with hiis.popularUecture, en- titled; "Humor; ris NalureSaml tee." Mr. Pearson was not with, but a with it.. from literature, SidfiSBHiis and Dickens being ters from which ered. He showed itc lite- uso of frlsh were :hcro was not Scotch were very ronlcal, but could-hot bo' questioned. The: English' Wero lib- eral in thjlr sas of The Cana- dians, while 'humor- sis so far, were good 'crlllcs ot o'lh- ers and were to.'apm-cclato pecially-In presentation tho sublime M r. Pearson ;baa, 1 ty .wh'a t- ever In for more than fitly was wasted. Kyery.; pfi'r'ase .-counted; ivery gesture.'aifded force event. ous ladles, Mm. Hruco McClelland au( Mrs. v. C. Duunlat, both verj 'to report :io( o: Mr, Knowles waa tikeu to Poaoki this We hope the VII receive will be of Infinite value for recovery. umes by popular authors on thcli ihcliVa. i Tholr ratw are jutt ai SPENCE BRdCTAXI BD'J Country Trips' Heated Cart. Phonic Special Service on Trips r .Phonei i Eddie Merger Joe 'Flenitdri CITY SERVICE PAY. Country. Trips a. Specialty Prone Office Srd Aye. S., Lethbridge, 'Alberti. Ride In a McLaughljn Special, It costs no more. How Is Your ,Mayho' you' need ll'.Toa do you should lako.ieiief- howling is 'the-, boil escrciso you can have; for Iho appetite. Trjyit. Doininiott Bowling Alleys bomlnioh Bjdg. .knlrance :on.-Sixtht ANDY THE RApIATOR MAN 418.fifth'.St, S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS' Wo forgcl. for Iho tlmo being, that Ibis cxccpllonally busy man was a member 01 the Alberta 'legislature iresldcnt of'the Big Four hockey teim, president of tho Inter Church forward. Movement for Alberta, and, icing a regular ordafned mlnlslor ot ho Alberta Melhodlst Conference, 'reaching .when lopportunlty Is af- forded; thoaght ol'hlm as Capt. .Nv-fth a nesijago 'for the' hoyrf''glying lis a icallh tonic, curing our physical and menial dyspepsia. Tho: olhor, delightful Htm? were performed by two very popular Electric Welding CAR REPAIRINQ Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbridge Hotel Phone 1544 We Have Initalled a Full Equip-' .y Cjfn h'andla cwa.'. Bicpert Hot Air Furmie Work. IREEL Eiiion Sheet Metal 3M 8t. South Phbne 1713 Vimy Auto Adams Block 13th Street N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS, Ei.-perlenced Mechanics, FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED r. WILSON, W. -TULLOCH ;