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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiK SIX LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERATJi. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1020 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus HOW OD THAT TO TSLL TWit THEY ARE NOT TO THE COOK'- MOfeT NOT VAVT fCR ThC IH FRONT KOOSE TEUU Jil! TO MOVE ON' u. WANT CARPENTIEU BOUT TO BE HELD IN CANADA Jan. George P. Urlicoll genera! manager of tho concern own- lug important 'theatrical inter- cats in Canada, has befun negotiations with. Ueorges Car- pentler and Jack Dempsoy, wllli a view lo hoMiag tbo world's championship boxing batweeu Ihese two heavy- weights In vicinity of Mou- (real. He feels sure steamship companies would ruu special steamers from Great Britain, und France. The District Bonspiel Starts a Day Late But With Record Entry. The sreathermiin is. ihe boy who Is coming In for more than passing com- ment. Saturday everything looked all to the merry then old man o-hinook girded his loins, ar.d did the best, or worst, day's work he has done in years. lie blow a gale for i--renty-fonr hours. AH rinks were notified that the stuff was off. Then the wind died down and Monday we have real bonspiel weather again. C'olemaii arrived ready to do battle and the Secretary has his ear buzzod off %vith calls from (he other prairie tov.-ns saying they were "rearing to SO." Hut as 'Fernie and Cranbiook form 50 per cent, of the outside cilleries we ..had to wait for them to say go. This ;-vord came through at 12.30 so we Jare aw'a. Curling will sUul Tuesday morning early. There are five open events as well as an inter-provincial. The prizes are as fine a collection us one could care to see. The in- 'dividual cups for firsts are a new '-idea and should appeal to everyone. What other game could bring such a collection of good fellows together a. Bonsplel. If every little move- innnt has a meaning ail its. own so then has every little curling uiatcli a story all its own. That is what makes it the grand and glorious game 51 is. I They ore nil here men from every and town in the association, never .before in the history of the Crow's :-Xc5t 'Spiel have so many rinks got away for a week's good fu3i. Sherwood Herchmer leading five I rinks from Ferntc. Jack Ross with j fnur battalions Talicr, and Krnie Muffin from Clarcshoiin with two or 'uree rinks. Particulars ot commit- -tees arc as follows, all draws and re- sults .will be announced tomorrow. BONSPIEL PljlZES Qrfand by Cranbrook -1st Individual cups, ind Gillette Safety JIazora. 3rd Waterman Foun- tain Pens. Jin Thermos bottles. Walker by Fernle 1st Individual cups, ind sets of carvers. 3rd cake trays. 4th bou hon dishes. Maeleod by Maeleod and Taber 1st Individual clips. 2nd pyrcx baking dishes. 3rd sets creams and BURSTS. -Ith pieces cut glass. Mugrath by Lethbrldge 1st Individual cups. 2nd Four club bags. 3rd Casseroles. 4th class Trltea Wood by Coleman and Carmangay lat Individual cups donated by Trlles Wood Co., of Fernlc. 2nd ICnlves and forks, dozens.) 3rd coals. 4th gold links. Aggregate Tour Indlvtual cups donated by tho Crowe's Nest Pass Coa) Co. Llphardt City Champion. ahip Four Individual cups donated by A, OB. Jvlphardt, Fernle. Committees In Charge of the Bonsplel Marnoch, Jas, Alrd, 3. Herchm'er. -Asa J'-arKs, Jno. Marnocn, D. JioNabb, Chas. B. Cnrbsrry McXabb, I, W J. r. Mvie. LU.VCH AT A. neld, J. f. Tha Bompitl committee have to the following business men and tirnu for very handsome donations land contributions: I Doinluloa Rubber Co., p, Buros t Co., Scott Fruit Co., Mer- cantile Co., Plunkctt Savage, Taylor Milling fe Elevator Co., Guttp Percha Rubber Co., Chinook Coal Co., Coca Cola Cc-., Campbell, Wil- Home, ing t Mallins Co., AlberU 3ad- dlery Co., Lcthbridge Herald, H. W. Wallace, Elite Cigar Store, Stacey Lumber Co., Geo. Macleod, S. J. Shep- herd, Asslnfboia Music Co., Despatch Print Co., Western Canada HardwfiTe Co., Crystal Dairy, Gflod Co.. Geo. Kerr Co., Jno. Gilmore, L. C. Teeple, 11. A. McKlllop, Independent Meat Mar- ft c- THE DRAWS 4 Magrath Trophy Peat. Liphardl. Beard. Alrd. JIcNaughton. KHEtner. Jack Ross. J. S. Kirkham U W. Clark. Carbwry. A. Young. B. Stoffalt. McXabb. Reid, Bow Ward. Synder. Jas. Johnston. McCall. McCartr. Torgenson. F. C. La we. Asa Parks. Herchmer. Spooner. Clark, Cfanbrook. Klnjrose. D. G. McKenztc, Shepherd. TorRonsoa. Kastner, Ulngrose. McCall. Mac [tod Trophy Jack Ross. Ward. Clark. Cranbrook y. C. Lawe. J. F. Simpson. Jas. Johnston. Mccarty. Jae. Alrd. U. W. Ciark. Rlngrose, S. J. Shepherd. Kastnar. McXaughton. McNabb. A. Young. Synder. Reid, Bow Island. Beard. McBurney. Liphardt. D. CJ. McKenile. J. S. Kirkhom. Carberry. E. Motfatt. Herchmer. Hush Boyd. McCall. J: F. Hamilton. i Asa Parks. SjJooner. N. E. Peat. -I" 'I- .J C- A KNOCKOUT FOR OEMPSEY t.______ CLEVEI.AND. 0., Jan. v Condemnation' of tho war work of Jack Dempsey. worli's heavyweight champion, was voiced in a resolution unani- mously passed by the Mcuse- Rhine Post of tho American Legion here. The resolution I contains an appreciation of the I war record of Georges Car- pentler. No. 2 FORT WAYNE, ImL Jan. 13. Jack Deniiisey as an unfit representative -of American athletics, the Fort Wayuo post ot the American _ v Legion unanimously passed a resolution last night declaring opposition lo his defending tha championship title for America. The resolution is the result of recent agitation against Dempsey for his war record, due to the fact that his ser- vlcea during tho war were fr v confined to work In the ship. yards. Old Country i- BONSPIEL rJOTES Tho famous Stewart rink of Mac- leod could not come complete due to the illness of a couplt of Us members. Beard of Taher, the old veteran who made history a couple of winters back by scoring an 8-end win from tho Carberry-HamlHon combination Is hero with an eight ender up either sleeva. Watch this guy he's a Hear. Heavy on the finish. Jus. McN'aughtori, M.P.P., Is on deck there's two events a year he never, (absolutely never misses, that is the session at Edmonton and tho district bonspiel. LONDON, Jan. results are Northern Union Rugby Bradford 0, Waketlcld S. JIuddcrafielfl 11', -Wigan S. Hull -U, Leeds Kalgbley 0, Dewsbury S. 10, St. J lei all's. R. 3.. lioclidale IS, Waffiiigton 0. St. Ilolen's 13. Swinton 13. Broughtou 3. WIdnes 8; York 0, Halifax S. Uattley IS, Hull Kingsloh 13. Hamilton. Iloyd. Trltes Weed Trophy Synder. McNauglilon. Spooner. W. Clark. Alrd. Ward. Jas. Johnston. JlcCarty. Ilamlllon. Boyd. JfcNsbb. Clark, Cranbrook. Beard, MDhnrdt. Peat. ROSJ. Ktkham. Shepherd. Simpson. A. Young. Parka, McKenzfe. Molfntt. McBurnny. F. C. Lairt. Carbflrry. Bow lelind. One of the heaviest rinks we see is llto Reid, Scott, Clark combination. Tncy Up n scale at about 750 Iba. they will wlu tome games. Saturday night on Main slreot sure CARD8TON HOOPERS HERE TOMORROW NIGHT you can tell ac much about it as we ual wind should let up time todty at suddenly as it did on Sunday night, there will be a hockey tingle at the L, A. A. A. rink tonljjht at S o'clock between Tiber Lethbrldge district league texteU. It It the first dis- trict league of the season and a blfl bunch of fans Is all set to root for the home the wind gives them a chance. The locals will take the ice with the Vets team and Boucher and McGlllii at >ubi. Reber will cap- tnin the team. The fallowing playert will be In the dressing rooms at 7 o'clock charp: Suther- land, Marian, r. Henderton, Reber, T. Turcotte, W, Hendcnon, Bou- cher and McGlllii. Taber will have the following to pick from: Anderson Blue, L, Malo, Belllveau, Van Orman, P. Malo, Davis and Jardlne. Definite announcement as to the game will be made on the back page of today's city edition, The Souihom Alberta Basket- ball league opens tomorrow night at the Y. M. C. A. with two games, Cardston vs. Le'.h- bridgo and their second teams. You may be sure ihe games will be hum-diiiKors and you don't want to miss them. The Cards- Ion ioys are in Hna shape, but tlio "Y" 'b'uys are. ready for I. them. Tho line-up will be pub llshed In tomorrow night's paper, so keep your eye on to- morroK night's paper am! scb who will be Lethbrldge's new line-up for the year 1920. Tho gamo will start at S o'clock sharp and (ho price of admission is 35'cents. "A ]-OS j ANGELES, CRl., Jan. Jack Koarns. manager for Jack Douip- soy, for holding the fight at Tia Ji-.ana, Mexico. He believes H must BO abroad. "I can't see a chance In thp world of holding the light at Tia Hockey Results FALCONS 3, SELKIRK 2 WINNIPEG, the largest crowd (hat haa attended a sen- ior hockey condict Ifl Winnipeg since the days belore tho war, the Wlunlpes Knlcons gallopeJ oS Into the lead In the Manitoba League raco again by- nosing out a 3 lo 2 vicioiy over the Selkirk team here last night. The .game was fast and furious all the vny and the lerrlfic pace wa; maintained until tho final bell. r-iM-ic -ruic vuccir SIiid Kcanla today. "Until 1 went to v HOCKEY GAMES THIS WEEK Sun Diego ami Tia. Juana last week i- 'f f dioldiig tho 'bbut alter go over the ground jiersodally I came the conclusion that Lower Call VICTORIA 4, VANCOUVER 3 VANCOUVER, B. C., .Tan. a game (hat maintained interest In the looked like bouspiel week. Every sec-j st'llc Dt by its brilliant flashes ond man or woman curried a finesse, but lacked the con- we got quHe excited for a. while, till i that has featured other games ivo reasoned It onL that n local grocery iln" season, Victoria last night took Southern Alberta League Jan. at Lcthbridge. Jan. Creek at Taber. Jan. Creek at bridge. Big Four League Jan. vs. Hustlers. Jan. vs. Wanderers.' Jan. C.'s vs. Hustlers. Pacific Coast Jan. vs. Seattle. Jan. vs. Victoria. N. H. A, Jan. at Toronto. Jan. at Quebec. Jan. at Canadians. Jnn. at St. Patricks. Rosebud Lcegue Jan. at Carstairs. Jan. at Dldshury. Jan. at Olds. Jail. at Inulsfail. Manitoba Jan. at Urandon. Saskatchewan League Jan. at Hejlna. Jan. at MOORU Jaw. Lethbrldge City Leagus Jan. vs. Coalhurst. Jan. be decided. store had a broom saio on. Bo sure to drop into the rink on your way to and from tho hockey matches, there. Is no need to give di- rections to find tho rink. Just follow tho noise. The prizes are on display In W. J. Nelson ft Co., show window. the camp by a scoro of 4 lo 3 and went into the lead of the league, race. WANDERERS 4, C. C. 3. CAUJARY, Alia.; Jan. Playing brilliant hockey from start to finish the Calgary Wanderers retained their unbeaten record and also held the lend In the Allierta Dig Four League when (hey chalked up thc-ir third successive The curlers will hold their annual victory of tho scnson by defeating the meeting and' banquet Wednesday; Columbus Club 4 to 3 before pec- (o the conclusion that Lower fornla Is not tho proper site." MICHEL PUPILS HAVE EXTRA HOLIDAYS AS TEACHERS HAVE MUMPS (From Our Own Ccrresnondent) MICHEL, Jan. young sters are enjoying extra holidays ow lug to lack ot school leacliers. Wha are here have been suffering from mumps and the, teachers arriving to Jill the vacancies caused by last lorn teachers resigning stay till next train and move on owing to no accoinmodr tion. The parents are .pretty soro for ils up to tho-Coal Co., if (his is to be a closed town to provide proper ac- commodation for teachers and not let things go on in the disgraceful way they have lately. Michel open blr rink Is now run- ning and the. people are enjoying the good ico provided. The hockey team is also setting practice and will 'soon in shape to give the other Pass towns tt run for their money. SPENCE BROS. TAXI City and Country Trips. Heated Cars. Phonei OH AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phones 767 Residence 1219 Eddie Berger 1 Jon Flenitein CITY TAXI SERVICE DAY ANIVNIGHT Country Trips a Sptclalty Phone 1S5S, .Office Ave. S., Lethbrldge, Alberta. Ride In a McLaughlln Speclil, it costs no How Is Your APPETITE? i JIaybe you need a stimulant If you do you should take eser- howling is the best eierciso you can have for tho appetite. Try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Dominion Bids. 'Katra'nce-ouJSiith Street' ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS night in the JIasonlr. hall, Dominion building. pie last night. The braml of hockey played was of a sensational variety and It was any- sym- body's game up until five minutes he- The curlers extend atnccrest ____ _ liathy to M. 0. Ballanlyno on tho loss i fore filial lime when the. Wanderers of his mother, who died in Winnipeg cm Thursday. The TxUhhridge club is being com- plimcnted on the additional sheet and other Improvements to the rink. It certainly was nocded--tho extra sheet we mean. Lunches are being served lo Ihe curlers who arc spieling at the rink. No time wasted. Who said long distance phone tolls CARPEHTIEH WINS IN A WALK Me- French Champion Knocks Out Closkey In Second Round BOKDKAl'X, Jan. Car- pcntier knocked out "ililnk" Me- Closkcy at ttie beginning of Iho sec- ond round cif Ihclr first tonight. At Ihe coTicluslon of Iho flghl M.j: notched Ihe winning goal. ESKIMOS 4. HUSTLERS 2 .Jan. a score of 4 to 2 thi! Hdmonton Eskimos de- feated the Hustlers In their first meet- Ing at tlin Arena last night. For the first period and a portion of the sec- ond the IIUEllcM by dint of html checking anil the eicrtlon of every ounce of their strength, played their heavier opponents nff their feet, but the Eskimos came back In (he third period and clnchcil the game. CANADIEHS 7, QUEBEC 3 Qt.'EHEf. IJiif., Jan. in Ihclr old-time form Ihe Canadians iTdfealoc! CJupbcc hire tonight by a score of 7 to X. SENIOR O. H. A. RESULTS I'arkdale 7, Drin? 3, announced to Iho audience (hat he had this morning to Jack Dempscy's manager thai the Dempsoy-Carpenltcr fight would take place In New Jersey on September 6, (Labor Day.) M. 'Campbell, manager of the 'Hank of Hamilton, has been eic-cted i.nayor of MEtpwj1, FULTON OUTFIGHTS MORAM NEWARK, N'. 3., .Inn, Fred Fiillon, of Rochester, Minn., ouUouKht Frank of Pltlsburg, In an elsht-roand bout at the Flrat Regiment armory hero lust nUM. TOBACCO SERIES N7o. II OF.D wilt, raw leal from pLintnilons iirrklng aj Warehouse. Canada's favotilt for the patlGO yeart, TOBACCO Electric Welding CAR REPAIRINQ Lawiord Welding Co, 2nd Ave., LelhbrTdga Hotel Phone 1544 We Have Installed a Full Equip, ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makes of CGJS. Expert Hot Air Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 336 6th St, South Phone 17t3 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams rfloefe 1.1th H. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS. By Experienced Mechanics. FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED 0, F, WILSON, W. TUULOCH ;