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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta fMGf, SIX TTTB PATTT MONDAY, JANUARY BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManui T COUUY-TIW f.C.IN' OCCH r-J Yon WO Enjoy Your Meals Here The way we look af- ter the details of dining makes it a pleasure to eat here. THE SIL VER GRILL BROWN AND STARK WIN THE INTERCITY BOWLING TOURNEY; LETHBRIDGE HSGH SATURDAY Locals Were On Top of Round But Low Scores Defeated Them Cslgary With Two Take tions. Firit Three Peti- Drown and Ttnrk. (it Calgary, con- tinued their winning at the tinr.ls of ___....... _...... the inter-city doublaa howlias mntuli Knlpus alu] smith here on SulurUay night. ;uid won the league by a scare of W. and .1. Moore, of came second with ttmtu or Sborer were Wiwllns up to thetr form d'iring the contest, Evans' hisli mark being 194. Shover made a 211 snd also a 168 and 168. Evans end Shover. were the high team for their work in Calurr and pulled them down. Finish The League standing follows: Brown and Stark 5395 W. and Moore E1S3 Leadbe'lter and Clausen....... j .Wallace arid Shover Shover'and Evans 49 DISTRICT HOCKEY LEAOUE W. U Pet Taber............. 1 0 IMt 1 Ml Coleman........ f t Plncher 1 1 JiOt Lethbridge........ 0 3 Macleod 0 S .000 Friday Night'. RemKi Taber at Macleod, no ice, no game. Macleod Hockey Team Invades City Tuesday NigM-This Is Big Week In Crow Hockey League-Boost It Along EPKIEKCT Bonther ud Walker Will B Seen in Action Tuesday- Big Game Wednredajr at Macleod Tuetday'i League Macleod at Lethbridge. at Coleman. Blalrmere. and I-eadbetter and Clausen, j Brown second team, were third with Stark 5017. represented by KliBver. fifth witb ten pins behind Wallace and fihnver, of Calgary. Both Haro'ns and Calgary bowlers by good fallowings lit the Dominion Alleys Snturrtay nlsht i vhcn final ivaa phiyml off. X'.'USior Saturday Games Saturdar scores vert: i 172 147 18-! SSI 194 179 194 176 809 Evans Shover Moore .Moore. 1790 185 179 1S3 194 894 166 16S 190 211 1S19 158 167 193 243 S09 148 15S 194 1-17 770 [IS Kill Shaver KlllDUS Smith 1685 124 130 165 150 706 131 133 155 198 7SS 1474 164 150 114 136 819 196 168 147 205 875 j Leailbetter nULI'TH, Jan. twenty- elfthTh bonspic! of the Northwestern! Curliric iisso'.'kiHuu, was formally ope.'H'u a', the Duluth curling club here IIHJVO lhan fifty rinkfl. rep-j reyent'.ns ever.' important city in thoj IsorrhweH'., raking part in the play. rinks frnm one each from Fort William and Port Arthur. OOP from D.ulphiD. Man., sevj i 1'ro.n f'r.mi! Forfcn and live fr'im Minneapolis, Threo from St. I'CMI t'rar flva from Hihb'n? 'h-f-r anf! two! fron in'.nK'iT'aie in the wilii rinks j 1'rupi V.'ost Ihiluth nnd Super-j ior, runUnui-' tvery day and j evening v.-r-pk find it 13 prnh.ible Ttiar one or two night sesfiinnR will! ba its tho end of the week is apprnatilHul. Meitls w'll be served (lay Hnrl night af. the clubhouse so that it will be fur the players to leave the building. 1604 191 131 204 173 864 150 154 200 143 S36 1700 Big 'Spiel Attracting Team Predicts Taber's Defeat TABER CHEFS BEAT C. P. R. TEAM THURSDAY (From Our Own Correspondent) COLESIAM; Jan. curllog club Is sending three riuka to the district -bonspio! at Fernie. The following are the rinks A. Morrison, L. Moores, H. Me- Bnrney, G. Kellock, skip. O. Poison, G. Powell, D. Allan, A. Beck, skip. i Dr. I.Hlio, E. O'Neli, J. Wilson, Dr. (From Our Own Correspondent) Olivier, Jan. C. P. R. i The latter rink qualified lo repre- team plnyed a fast Bamo with the swt Coleman for the trophy of the Crnfn Tht'irpiloy nisM, but whereas a International Coal and Colfc Co. ago tho Chnfs had to fiiht hard, Tho colil smip is welrompil by curl- the Chefs swept them off their foot this time. Carleton and MacParlond were in and "out like shadows, and wera putting up tho best work yet. Side bets are behi( laid on Blair- more game and others. d and hockey men. The hockey boys, victory on Friday, 'elated over the are positive ilus Herald's Contest Awiiti Game Entrta IB Early Football is rapidly growing in In Canada and through the Herald's football competition interest is being kept np In Southern Alberta this win- ter. The competition is drawing well and the prize money makes a few of your time worth while. Remember your guesses must be In the Herald office by the first mail Sat- urday morning. No entries will be received after the results from Eng- land arrive. Each entry muit be ac- companied by twejity-nve cents. So keep your mind on football this winter by sending your entry to the Herald's football competition and do not leave It off until the last minate gambling on the train serriea. CURLING Lethbrldge'e district league hockey team has lost two starts and tied one _.._, so far in the district league season i lately afterwards Coleman trarellexl the fans are ]nat about convinced that it was time to win a game. The chance to win comes tomor- and Gresack Icept them away from Coleman goal. Podger nude eome mar- vellous saves. He Is good and it a wonder in goal. Gate got cloM la scored the fifth for Caiman. He WM flaying the game of his lite. The third and twenty was just, started when Podger was called upon to sare a hot one, bat it got ptJt him. The both teams were rery aggressive, but Lethbridge seem- ed out ot luck as far as scoring was concerned. They pressed bard and after ten minntes of the period they got their second tally. Immed- down en maase and enth goal past Podger. Some of the great army aurgeoai are performing- operation! that make the lame walk. Meat of our munici- palities would to kan some kind of operation that would make the ghost walk. the LEAGUE WILL Expect Inter-City Five-Pin Tour- nament in the Near Future Grahata lined the fence for two mln-, row uiglit on home ice when Macleod utes each. Lethbridge tried hard to j sextet Aill be the visitors. Neithjr score but found Johnston always Lethbridge nor Macleod has won a i there. Indeed lie sared some wy hard game so far this winter and when the shots and drew rounds of appUuse by his splendid goal keeping. The score ended 7-2 in favor ol Coleman. Teams: Duke Header- Dot be Lethbridge. son, Boucher, W. 8. Henderson, C. The local team is out to win ovary j Walker, Rebsr. Substitutes: MePhee, remaining game of its schedule, in- Henderson, Paul, eluding the round with Colemau Grasses; Has- neutral Ice at Macleod Wednesday [gan, Gate, Cosgrtff, Jewel. Substitutes: erable attention. Wotnine new. Eter lend a guy that he wasn't strick- en with unoMla after? tne final whistle blow! Tuesday night one or other of the teams will be all alone in the cellar poaitlon. And it is gen- erally conceded locally that it will While the rinks are away at Kernlo the local club will continue the anw in the plajrdown fof the BfawiM-y trophy The rlnki are listed and fo- this night. The team has been strengthen ed by the return of Frank Boucher to "K" division headquarters from Banff and ho .will pron a tower of strength to the team. He was not in condition for the Coleman game Friday night, but his speed will be felt in future games. Walker in centre .will also add greatly to the strength of tho team. This player should have been ered -and got into the game earlier in the season. Marion and Grant too should be got out. Lethbridge line-up so far has been far froni 1919 20 form, but the league isn't yet by any means. Three games thia week, if Lethbridge can take .them all, will make a great difference in the out- look. The whole league la going great guns and the president and all officials feel mighty proud. The weather has mostly been favorable and that has Graham, Cornet. Cheque From Hon. A. J. McLean Support For the Club (From Our Own Correspondent) TAUER, Jan. Taber hoc- key club received a shock of a pleas- ant sort on Saturday morning. A events the skipa are naked to let jhad the eflect ot getting the fan5 ollt: few days ago, the Hon. A. J. to the games and stirring up Interest.! when here, was asked If It would be There should be BOO people on deck i possible for him to attend one of their men out Ho play. The draws for Monday and Tuesday night are at follows Monday Boyd Tt Macleod. C. AIrd TS Cray. .T. Aird TS Dinning. NelBon Rieii. Tuesday Hamilton TS Livie. Stewart vs winners ot Boyd and Macleod. vs winner of Nelson and Rled. Cook vs winner of Aird and Dinning. The balance of the draws will be made from the draw of the competi- tion on the board at the rink. for tomorrow night's gamo. Forcet the league games here this winter, everything else and turn out. The I and replied thaj he wonld think It team will be the fastest Lethbridge' over. On Saturday morning the sec- j has turned out this year and will be j retary received a check from Mr. Mc- i worth while cheering for. Incidentally, i Lean for the sun of fifty dollars to be do a little rooting for the horaa brews. Give them lots of pep for Wednes- applied to the running expenses the team. The club heartily desire to day night's game against Colemaa at; thank, the minister for his donation A cabbage, boiled down.with ancient Macleod same fate awaits Tile has got into its OTTAWA 5! ST. PATS i. TORONTO. Jan. Ottawa Sen- ators snored their third straight vic- tory over St. Patricks here Saturday night by a score of 6 .to 2 and inci- dentally secured a strangle hold on stride and it will bo some game on the championship for the first bait ot Tuesday evening. j tbe league scbadule. More Tobacco TOP the Money near the Puctfc Coast? The club has also signed two named Fry, indicating that poor Tnna is going to get his too flrst hungry frlday. According to a recent census, there are only pure-blooded Hawl- lans remaining. Mint be a mistake somewhere, rive times that many "genuine are playing the Ukelele ritht new In tils country. Huberyst ef Prohibition The Foot, the Elbow, sadly bent To lift things of "Not more than half The Face contorted at the awful taste. The evidence ol direful The inJer much- bought Yeast, Raisins sufficient to a The Sugar, and the Reclpea that say To stand IT la the simhiue trom the The neighbor yaa how he made tbe Stnf "Splendid to taate, and, say, Just strong Bnt If you ask him for a Sample, you Will find that all his talk was futile BluO! Oh, wasted and Mart! All men use Ingenious Scheme! to Hatch the Ban- ished Boose, And what they make tastes like the bottom of Now that the first Inter-city bonrlrnt; toumajiient of this season has been finished, with honors going to Interest in the pin same has reached high pitch and from now on those interested in the game expect to it go with a swing la Lethbridge. This week it is expected, to got city league going In both ten and pins. During tiie postmortems at the fin- ish of the finals at the Dominion Al- leys it was agreed to raise five-men teams in Barons, Calgary and Leth- bridge and have an inter-city five pin tournament. This will probably start toward the end of this week or early in the following week. "Lyk.lb..... Life is bright, Lykelle, Life is full ol We are glad, Lykelle, That >wlntry days are here! We love the snow, Lykelle, Lykelle, We worship sleet and And we would stew right here, Lykelle, Nor leave at any price! Apparently, the reformers have now fully determined that they will take the sun out ot Sunday. (Copyright National Newspaper Ser- vice.) BAND TONIGHT TO 10JO SJc and ZSe. HOCKEY Macleod vs. Leth. TOMORROW NIGHT Admission SOo. Phone 1849. Coleman Back Checked Hard And Our Boys Didn't Seem To Get Started (From Our Own Correspondent) COLEMAN, Jan. Ice was in -wonderful condition for tho Loth- bridse-Colernan match despite the Chinook ami the rain. The crowd was the largest In the history of hockey in Coleman. The Coleman boys were the first to take the Ice and received a loud ovation. When the Leihbrldge team came the crowd gave them a welcome and call- ed for Podger. W. L. Rlppen handled the game as referee. P. V. Lewis was judge of play. The game was fast Mom the first. Coleman kept pressing and In a pass from Jewel, Gate made the first'tally. Ten minutes alter and Cosgrieff put Jn the second goal. The game was very fast considering the condition of the ice. Oresack WUH working hard and corkscrewed right through the Leth- bridge team and scored. It looked like Coleman all the time. The nets were having ft good effect on tho scoring for Coleman. Lethbridge was working well together and after a flno piece of combination Henderson snored. Tho checking was very hard but. no rough play occurred in the flrst twen- ty minutco. Tho second period found, the hoys aad froah. The period had only gone two minutes when Jewel scored the fourth for Coloman. Lethbrldgo WM showing line form but the back- and itlck work at Honaa which was both unexpected and of great assistance to the financial cred- it of the team. Pres. Hosoy returned from Calgary on Saturday and a meeting to talk things over was held lu the band shelter at the skating rink In the evening. A report of.financial results from the game last Tuesday was sented, showing a clear balance from the game, over all expenses includ- ing the amount paid Coleman of aixty- sli dollars odd. Signs are not want-! ing of continued Interest in the pro-! gress of the schedule, and various' persona not Immediately interested in hockey, may be found studying the lists posted In public to And out when the next game here cornea off, which in'tllcates the probable presence OL further cr.owds in the future games. A party of fans will accompany the Chefs on the trip to Coleman for the game on Tuesday night. The cnrlers leave on Monday morning for Fernie, and Rtate that they will be down to Colemau for the Tuesday night's game from Fernie. Much discussion is going on all to the probable result of the game. A blackboard for bulle- tining results of ice games is to be placed in the White Lunch so that the public may get first hand informa- tion regarding scores and percentages. ahoetl No ProhltHlcn itatutee In New Jareey. Buttons on your coat aleeves. Trying to dethrone Ban Johnson. Showing kindliness to Germany. Arguing with a woman, Parsley on ataak. Kicking en rent-ralta. 410 FIFTH STREIT EOMONTON. Jan. Rosi of Caigary sol the decision over Billy Barton of Edmonton in a 15- round slugging match here Satur- day night. Barton broke a hone In his right hand In the third round but continued to put up a good fight until the finish. CANADIEN8 6; HAMILTON 4 .MONTREAL, Jan. their second victory of the season, tie Caiiadienn on Saturday night gave further evidence of a return to their ht-Ht form by Hamilton "HERALD" Football THIS GOVERNING THE COMPE-TlTlON ARE FORM 1. competition win 1M JAN. 22ND The Hera: Football 1921 2, Comoetltori will be to as nmny entries ai they CLOSE JAN. 21ST etch entry ii acwmpu .led by Hvt and cgupynji to ber >of DIVISION t must cross out the of the they think ms" qnd cross out the names of vs Tottenham. Blackburn vs Burnley. if they consider a tiruw will VK Oldham. 4 Ccuprmn can only be secured from of The Herald. S moniea received will C. vs Newcastle. SundcHund vi Liverpool. Mimed IB prlieg. amount numbttri nf will be DIVISION "very Monday Kiornlnj for that week's of cnm petitions will Wednesday vs Stockport. P-laoknool vs Notts Forest. to competitors vs Bristol 0. on receipt vt Bury. nv the Athletic News. 4 muat ht> posted or vs South tn before mid-nKht on FHtfAyi A Friday DIVISION murk from wrtftri mitsldr of the vi GllllnQhim. of wl'il he considered as t-ontfilnlntr n 7. Thr nsmff nncl addrfiss of vs Crystal Palace ve Mlltwall. mm petit or must be clearly marked vs Portsmouth. vs Watford, 8. Stamps must not oe used an Mr enter the Herald FnortaU Com 9. All entrap mnut mtdrwiwl t" the Kd'tor. Fnofhnll Hprald. (11 with rules and conditions announce' 14. The F.ditor'fl and ngree to accept pii m-ni flnnl. 11. of decisioa M floal and barred from the compvUtleft, ;