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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta MGBSDC TUB LET.HBRTDGE DAn.YHETiATJJ THURSDAY, JANUARY 18. Itlf BRINGING UP FATHER By G, MclHanus i COT THE COUNT OE OVERCCAT- VLU TELL A.OOOT LfsTEK! AN' SHEL.I EO TO KNOW I VJ02. AT VOTSDCR HE TO TUF CLUB FOUND TO THE. BURLCftGUE. IN XOUW. DIDN'T I TELL "YOO NOT J CO A.NY WHERE BUT CLUB? Xn i "GOOD EATS" way it M tnj ed, and fltt charge will pleate you. SILVER GRILL LAWYERS LOSE 'but Dougal of the McNabb's sprung; statutes of limitatious on him' quits early in tlie hearing and "Sbep" went by board 13 to 8. I "Peaches''. Kirkham, the youngest member bar, won his first case, I taking "Ribbons" Simoson into camp: 16 to 5. the Horrible details and ttie to the proceedings are follow Legal Lights Couldn't Make Out a Case Against Retailers The threatened uctiou by the law- yers of the city against the merchants, Plaintiffs S. J. Shepherd. R, A. Smith C. F. Harris A. B. Hogg J. S.-Klrkham. .1 H. W. Menzie w. s. C. E. Cameron Defendants D. D. McNabb C. E. Carberry Moore C. B. Bender J. F. Simpson.. c W. L. McKenzie D. A. Simpson J. T. Graham T x. _M R. E. Davidson. S TV. J. Nelson ..17 W. S. Graj- McCrae H. A. McKtllop H. G. Clark (By w. A. Them Days Our daddies strove at football till Heaped figures strewed tho They had BO fancy tactics, and They no forward That is Whole Storv of Leth- Just kick. or buck the centre, or bridge Defeat in Pass Town after two adjournments finally came W. Beattle to trial, at the curling rink on Wed-jC. K. Jenkins nesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Judge i l .lackson on the bench. (His Honor j Totals......32 Totals 35 only played two i Merchants won by 3 points.___________ Judgment -as given for the merch-i The'appeal will likely be based on Blairmore's crack centre, managed to ants. Their evidence was undisput-'tlle good old practise. Take notice. rescue the (rack from what seemed to able as the score boards show. S. J.! U) the verdict was against, the spectators a tangle of sticks and A Blairmore man sent in the fol- lowing account of the Lethbridge-Blair- I Snore game there Tuesday night: I Lethbridge wins the toss taking the _ i wind, which was quite an asset. There _. was a considerable amount of scrim- maging around Blairmore's goal for the first five minutes, but C. Graham, .nd J. weight of evidence, Roy says he skates, and made a getaway up plaintiffs. should have won easily considering ice finaliy to make a siasning snc Shepherd. R. .R. Davidson Kirkliain appeared for the and the defendants were represented i merits ol skips. in the persons of D. D; McNab'o, W. i (2> That tne damages were J. Nelson and J. F. Simpson. the shot at Go sprinting with the And yet, somehow, a royal time Was much enjoyed by all! Our daddies played the diamond game "Without a bunch ot" rules That made the progress of the sport Much like collegiate There were no wondrous inside plays To clutter up the And though it They refreled in, the same! strongly swung and Our daddies smote, The point in issue was whether the plaintiff? had the full right title and (3) sive, Shop says he at least should have I the goal which missed by a matter of; Nor act like tl few icfcbes. little Podger, he The? ask And wielded wicked They didn't dance and feint and stall, .certainly is _.. ___ ._. j j j remarked "he bears a charmed, of Lethbridge managed to turtle-doves, million bucks, As the for movie _ terrible to ____ ____ Interest to the iucorpora! right of ence that naTe been excluded-: steal the puck a few. times during the being the best curlers. The evidence IIov ,do J first twenty minutes but it was al- went against them 011 two proprietors they only proving on third of their jaiul snoe case. So judgment wad for probable cause for the whlch put a little more vim into are to be taxed, only after the time dict- Give-us and we wiH.the game. This was followed by for appeal has expired, rule 6-11-44 Of snow you. I goal for Blairmore scored by C. the Consolidated Rules, allows 20 j bnepherd, DMldson A Kirkham, days for notice of appeal to be entered, i The'coats in round ngnrea will amountj to an oyster supper. The lawyers, however, expect -to' fall, back on the forensic practise of j "stalling" and may get the judgment' upset and a new trial ordered. In any. case the "supper" part will be subject' to several tnterloctuory injunctions.! (Stall is Tho lawyers (plaintiffs) have erai grounds of appeals. The prin- cipal one however, being that the de- j fondants were to be confined to the! ribbon and shoe lace vendors.: But the defendants rung in a whole j harness shop, a garage, a restaurant, hardware and drugs. To any sane person this is clearly ultra vires and 5 class with prune-, ribbon i waya checked by one of Blairmore's lace vendors? defence. Things were going very easy till Reber scored an open shot to the _ Graham. In the first ten minutes, A wiS-unn Rhvnas, Blairmtre's goal-keeper cer- tf. A. McKiilop says its the first-tainly proved Wmgelf efficient. i time he ever got the best of a lawytr EM HERE FRIDAY The players were given ten minutes rest, after which they resumed opera- tions with a greater, amount of zeal. During the first five minutes of the second period, the play all seemed to be around the Lethbridge goal till the puck with' very little opposition Reber of Lethbridge managed to steer the puck with very HUle opposition jinto Blairmore's goal after nine min- 1utes of play. This naturally mads the Pass boys very so they fol- [lowed up nine minutes after with an- The Haymond basket getters will otner "f w; Scott i visit Lethbridge tomorrow night to was rather a shame too because Pod- meet our boys in basketball and from! lclcked- tn him3elf' Oar llear appearances this game be in violation of the articles of incor- poration, not to mention the premises of the indenture and the memorandum' 8endlDS a flrat and sec- of association and the of ao assured agreement. Bames- The Y boys are i friend Harbour was giren the priv- humdinger. The Sugar are I "f decorating the fence for a of two minutes for handling j the puck. Ten mlnutes Tas again given the boys to recuperate for the final twenty .preading it a bit thick. will represent the south country The. Barristers aro necessarily a the provincial championship. 11 limited class and to have to plav tUo " forgotten that the "Y" whole world was in violation .of all "nyn were the flrst team to defeat precedents, and showed fiendish Stirling on their own floor for years. usurpation of powers by the defend. ants. While Roy Davidson has bad a long period of practising at the bar, yet Bill Nelson had an ace iu the hole i Games start 8 o'clock sharp. Ad- mission yOc. SEATTLE 4; VANCOUVER 3 SEATTLE, Jan. over- and caught the joker nearly every. time was necessary before the Seattle end. Bill was there with both Mets couhl claim a victory in their arch supports and ankle rests, win- j hockey fixture, Vancouver being de- ning 17 to 8. touted to 3. The teams played a Shepherd started 01? bravely minute and a quarter overtime before mil seemed likely to prove his case; the winning shot was made. ithbridge in the last twenty minutes, although Lethbridge made a final spurt during tho last five minutes but to no avail. The defense fought there were Tilings ran along .just about the same ia ancient Rome as in Chicago or New York tpday. Note, for in- stance, this passage from Juvenal, who wrote 1800 years ago: "Such lawlessness prevails that it is impos- sible for a Roman gentleman to leave his chariot .unguarded while paying social visits. Thousands of chariots have been stolen; the thieves drive Lethbridge and Coleman Ordered To Replay the Tie Game Will Take Place on Neu ,tral Ice, Macleod Next Wednesday Lethbridge and Celemin were ordered on Wednesday by the dis- trict league meeting at Macteod to play off their protested tie game on neutral Ice. The fixed for Wednesday, January 19, and Macleod wai picked at 'the place of battle. f Sergt. Healey, vice-preildent of the league was in the chair at the league meeting which took place at Macleod and everything psued off amicably. All the clubs were represented, and the schedule-was revamped, bringing It to a dose before Feb. 15. A copy of the changes not available at this time but will ap- pear on the sport page on Friday. E FORJOIHT'SBOUT Big Fistic Event in London When Wilde Meets Pete Herman LONDON, Jan. Odds of six to four were today offered that Jimmy Wilde, flyweight champion of Europe, would defeat Pete .Herman of New Orleans, in their bout to be staged to- night in-Albert Hall, this city. Her- them away, paint them anew, and sell recent defeat ln New York City them m other .cities, or m Rome Joe Lynch waa not rec0gnized here sell. Doesn' sound familiar? Peace prevailed in baseball as soon as Garry Herrmann found his cork- screw. Many people may be diamonds in the rough but diamonds need cut- ting and polishing. The baseball leagues and ail their fighting men marched up Sorap Hill then slid down' again. Strategist! The General can take a city. .The leader who can. conquer pre- judice. Harbour and Turnes was impenit-j The hunter who can catch a big- rable. The hook checking of Barbour j horn. in itself was wonderful. Tony Val-l The man who can bluff his mother- prava the JBlalrmore left wins, played in-law. The chauffeur who can drive on flat tires. The man who can get a drink. as forfeiting Herman's title to thj world's bantamweight championship, and tonight's battle will be consider- ed in sporting circles today sis carry- ing with it the championship. Battling Levinsky, former light- heavyweight champion, yesterday com- pleted his work preliminary to his bout with Bombardier Wells, .which T10_t will be one of the principal events in JL' i tonight's program. Wells was the! .calculations. favorite among the betters, who were offering, however, not more than even money on him. LONDON, Jan, the an- KNOX GOES DOWN BEFORE L, D. S. Hockey Sextet Duo To Invade Cokman Friday Taber, League Leadm, Will Be At Kf Battles Expected L. D. S. boys last night broke the three-cornered tie in the Church Bas- ketball League by defeating Knox, 32 to IS. For the flrst half Knox seemed! to have the edge oa heavier oppon- ents, and the score stood 12 to 11 for L. D. S. when half-time was called. The second half .was Just a matter of the team that was in condition to con- tinue shooting while the others stood nearby. The L. D. S. boys just chased one basket, in with another until some- one happened to push the ball outside, then they started all over again. For the L. D. S., Hepler and Holman had an eagle eye out for the basket, while Tillack at centre dropped them in spasmodically. Kealer played a great guard game, holding Deuoon scoreless. In the dfnox quintet, Greenway was the pick of the crew, while Ahrens, Patching and Denoon kept up a steady _.. pace. Leech, the fifth man of the! was hurt In that fracai ivnox team, was away oB color in the second half, allowing his man to shoot at will. Score: Tillac..'....... S Patching Holman....... 10 Greenway ___ 10 Hepler........ 10 Denoon 1 Hepler........ 4 Leech Total. Total 18 STANDING L. D. S. 2 Wesley..................... i Knox.................... i Won. Lost. MR TO SEND Big Event Comes Off Next Mon- day and Taber Will Be There (From Our Own SorreipoiHHnt) TABBR, Jan. rliks from Taber big bonspiel at according to Each will be headed by a entile as skips go here, and in tMa neck at the crack skips are .like _f oyotes in a straw pile, so thick are they. The toe an- J- A.' nouncc-ment of the British boxing Curling one o Token. bones of his hand being bi .puts a hole tn -line-up Lethbridge hockey team Inradef Coleman Friday night Tabei goes to Macleod. The game between the ana Coleman the Pass town promlees tc be the big event of the season, up tba' way following the'1-1 tie: (Ane ulayjC here, which was protested by the Min- ers.. The Lett-bridge team Is somewnal Crippled as a result of Tuesday night's game in Blairmore: -Billy-Henderson of tht Tfcif rhlch Manager Dteon will have-a-hard time to plug up. However the boys going west full of copfideace that the; can show the Coleman on tfceii own ice that the champs can-kick: through with a win at the cUcta: 3 jjnoment. 'Taber and Macleod Mpected tc: put up a hot battle. The Chefs are league leaders while the Macleod sex let has dropped the only two games they have played. But a dart t.ween the two uanu bad been a grillini affair and the Macleod fans are on tip-toe for the event. This le the first Macleod game at home. The weather this aeaapn l> Just made for hockey, on out-door rinks, and'the teams are getting away to juch agood utart the IMBM U attracting mujgh BAND TONIGrTT AT RINK .SKATING From B.db to 10.30, He and 3te. BEST OF ICE, PHONE 1849. PHONE board, of control that in view of lack of official information regarding the recent decision obtained by Joe Lynch over Pete Herman, in New ft Beard, who shot over the Et Lethbridgc last year; H. Alunro, local postmaster and Robt! :erson, who plays a hard game. a remarkable game. The name throughout was consider- ed by the fans as being a clean and very fast one. Special mention must bt! made of the referee and the judge ____............_ ____.....____________ _______ ____ ____ of play in the manner in which theyithou goest. I will go." But Babe Ruthiulated chiefly by the- Welsh miners Three sets of .rocks have been dio- cision regarding Jimmy Wilde's right i Lethbridge for finishing, and a package of-prizes for the bon- spiel have gone, toward to Fernie.. York, it is impossible to render a de- cision regarding Jimmy Wilde's right to the world bantamweight champion- Said Ruth the Bible: ship if he defeats Herman at Albert i Hail, London, tomorrow, there is con- "Where! siderable interest in the stim- 410 FIFTH STREtT handled the game. Four hundred spectators witnessed the game. MACDONAL Cut Brier flore Tobacco ftr the Money Packages "UlltW k illllllHIIIIIIUIIllllIU won't go Einywhere unless there's who are backing Wilde to the limit at odds of six to four. There 13 no yet Tisible prine of eggs doesn't seem to be perccjitibly .lowered thereby. WON'T NATIONAL BOXING ASSOCIATION "One man amonff the! AI-.W Jan. 13-The New colonel of a regiment. I stato cowraission and ______ I license curaraittea yesterday declined delphia! Even to this day Prohibition doesn't bother a roofer. We can always have something on the house. Ad From a Michigan Paper "Don't kill your wife. Buy one oC 'our washing machines and let it ilo the work." session for the lust throe days. The Massachusetts state boxing commis- sion uas taken the same ST, PATS 4; HAMILTON 2. TORONTO, Jan. Patricks of Toronto scored another victory over Hamilton here toilight, in the rough- est game yet staged iir the new Arena, j The'seore was 4 to 2. T If wlien A Durham, N..C., woman died-from John MrOraw isn't present to give or-1 ,JurnB while praying ,before ders tho Giants caflnot win. tiou to rival clubs for next summer: j put a ban nor over the Tlsitlns bench, labelnd Club." Then John j will deliver such language that the umpire will rim him out of the and his leatlorlesa team can bo licked to a frazzle during his absence. (Copyright National Newspaper t wncn ner caught 'allgllt. OTTAWA 2, CANADIENS 2 OTTAWA, .Trm. followed thrill throughout the entire sixty utos of play at the Arena here night when the Ottawas defeated the' Canadians hy a score of 2 to 0 in the N. H. L. fixture. "For two periods tho tramii bittlwl scoreless and in the third period OUfwas scored two. OUTLAW LEAGUE OFFERS CONTRACTS TO WHITE SOX6OUTLAWS PHILADELPHIA, Andrew president of i.ho recently-incorporated Con- tinental Baseball Association, announced last night that he would offer contracts in tho new organization to Eddie Ci- cotte, Joe Jackson, Fclsch, aisbcrg, Oandil, Weaver, and Williams. "l i li r i i m M I li "HERALD" Football THIS RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE-1 TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: FORM 1. The competition will lie called Tlio'llcian Football PLAYED JAN. 15TH 1921 1. Competitors will bo entitled to many entries ua they desire, CLOSE JAN. 14TH, each entry is uccomiiiii.icd by HVQ cents, and coupons to the ber of DIVISON 3 Competitoi-3 ,jnust .cross out Villa vs Everton. names of the clubs they think vi Huddcnfleld. lose and cross out the names ol both if they consider a draw will result. 4. Coupons can only be secured vs Blackburn R. ChelMa v'a Manchester City. the Sporting Page ot The DIVISION 5 All Monies received will be returned in prizes. The amount vi numbers of prizes will be C, w. flveiy Monday morninf for that vs Fulham. Results bf competitions will be published efery 0. Him. cheques to competitors be mallerl immediately on receipt of rnnflTmnllon hy thft Athletic News. 6. VII entries must or Brirtlon, vi-trcntfart. Mvered to Herald vs PsrV H. nlrht on Frirtnys: A Friday postmark from points the city of T-fithhridge will bt considered .vs Crystal Palste, SCOTTISH -LEAGUE containing n legitimate vs Palfclrk. 7. The nnme and address of vs competitor muat be clearly marked- vs MothcrwMI, S. 8 (.imps must not be used as vs Ralth Rovtrs. mftnt for entries. 0. All entries must to the Rd'tor, Competition. enter the Herild PootbsJl Competition in accordance with and fionditlonft announcaj 10, The Sporting Edl tor's and agree to accept the pub- 11. KiVipIoyees of The Herald declatoa as final tnd lefall; Imrrcd from ;