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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiK LETHBRmor. DAILY HERAUX MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1920 '.'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManto A OFTCCTIVF. J WELL-HERE I UNDER VIAND-IF i HIM UP TO ANH I'M REPCUJT TO JUST HIM THE TIME HE OUT AN IN .WORLD OF Skating Tonight Provided the Bnow Ests up there will bs skr.tlng nt the L.A.A.A. rink tonight. The rink Is covered with snow but if the storm ceases the ice will be cleared and the merry skaters may set down to business once more. It is likely Taylors and Coal- hurst will be Tuesday night's hockey offcrina. CURLING Coalhurst Had Best of First Two Periods Mounfies Are Strengthened by Ray- mond and Hart Vets..... Taylor's Moitnties Coalhurst League Standing W. 3 1 1 i....... 0 .333 .000 headed. Coalhurst annexing mcst of th'r piay mil began to display a brand of their old-lime speed. Harl saved a hot one from a scrimmapi following an off-side face off. Jlo saved again on a McLcod-McKay rush Hart made his third save olf a Mc- Kay rush but in a scrimmage it was, poked by McLeod. SCJFB Raymond was off for imnj'es for: tripping. While be wns rcsHnj: JU-! CADILLAC CUP STAYS PUT Another unsuccessful attempt was made Saturday to bring home lo Its birthplace, its real home at least, the balilcscarrcd mug emblematical of tho two-rink championship of South- ern Alberta, the Cadillac Clip. Tlio challengers failed by the mar- gin of one point; that's about close. llonnties. 3; Coalhurst. 7. Springing the surprise 01 the sea- son, !he rejuvenated Mountlee, step- ued out in tho City Hockey Lsajuo on Saturday night, and by displaying a complete revcnuil of form they an- nerc-d Ihe'r first clash with the Coal- hurst sextet. Uoucber, a ne-w defence Itayinond. auri :t new net-guard- Halt, made it nossible for Mount- Kay and McLeod came down an 1 Mc- Kay tied the scorn liy hot stioi- 'I'hen ciinc ten mi.mtes hot that prov- ed Mart had been between tin- poslE He stopped shot after sUo! with n coolness that made Iho crow! Trgle, but finally Fnrlorg olckcd i, vii'rerable rprt and put one throMBh and Coalhurst [Inishivl the ptrioj 4-o lo the good. Third Period The last period Eaw nine goals scor- ed, more than the first tv.o iss to win their first game and leave imt together, due chieflv to the (act thy Miners in undisputed possession i that Coalhurst' defense Instead of. ot the cellar position. Boucher was breaking Boucher's rushes by a two- the star of the game, especially in the last period when, with Ihe score man game, -played one in front of tho other and he was able to corkscrew against (he Mnumfes ho stepped; his way tiirough. He used his slick- out, anil aided by Pennofathcr, founa handling and speed to tho best attaint- tho opposing net-five times In sue-i age when he solved the defense and cession. H was a sensational finish to j rang up five counters. Prior to this a game which the spectators hud prac-1 Penncfatlier had scored his second Brewery and the New Year's Day McN'abb lost lo Slcwarl, 10 to 15. The following are the draws for Monday, a few changes having been mado to those published Saturday: i -7 P.M.- i Skeith vs. Shepherd. Hamilton vs. Fox. Peat vs. Varks. Macleod vs. Aird. Skeilh vs. Held. Puff vs. Simpson. McKunzie vs. Carberry (X.Y.D.C.l Clark vs. Marrs. One sheet scratch. Tuesday's Draws Kirkham vs. Livie. Aird vs. McKenzta. Clark vs. Fox. ii. A. Crawford vs. Reid (X.V.D.C.) One sheet scratch. Boyd vs. McKenzie. Hamilton vs. Skellli (N.Y.D.C.) Orhcrry vs. Johnston (N.Y.D.C.) Davidson vs. Livie. McN'abb vs. Scott. Tna draws announced bring Football Scores I.OS'DOX. Jan, 19. (Canadian Press rugby football results of games played Saturday were follows: North Union Harrow 11, Kelghley 2- lialley 25, Swinton 2. Ilrodfonl 2. Bramley 0. Hangers Hochdalo Hor- nets It. St. flelen's Recreation Oldliam C Huddersiield 51, York 7. Hull Kingston Rovers St. Helen's 17. Leeds 19, Wigan 3. Leigh 10, Dowsbury 0. Trinity 12. Wldiics C. Salford 5, Hull 13. Warringtoii 15. Hunslct 3. Rugby Union Harlequins 5, Navy Hichinond 11. Old Lcysians 3. Guys "0, Uniled Services 0. Leicester y4, Hedding'icy 11. Gloucester 25, Jluseloy 0. liirkcnhead 3, Black Heath 1C. Northampton 39, Army 3. Cambridge 0, London Scottish. 27 Coventry 14. London Welsh 0. Roslyn Park 15, OM Alleyuians 19. Association Arnnteur Cup I.eavcsdon Asvlnm 2, Soulhatl 1. Cardiff Corinlhiaus 1. Duhrlcu 2. Deiston Works 0, Nunliead 2. Navy Depot Leytonstone 3. Marines 1, llford 2. Oxford City 1, Booth 0. Eastburne 0, Snelton 1. London Caledonians 1, Lulon Cla enco 0. Urcinlcy 5, Chefham United 0. Great Eastern Hallway 1, Tuft Par 0. Hockey Results Dentals 6, Wnndsrers 3 TOBONTO, .Tun. The Toron' Dentals, rcprcsentins the crenm of tl 0. 11. A., defeated Iho Wanderers i llic Capital Hockey by a sco: of C iu 3. Saturday nifht. Canailiens 3, Ottawa 2 .5IOXTIIBAU Jan. Taking a ,lin irom ucnlre ice to break, tbo cxlstlo who orilliant lically iiwnrded to the Coalnurst crew goal, maklns; the count tour all. Me- competitions very close to a finsh and! scored th nt- Hi; end ot tho pccond eriod wlien ii Hi; end ot tho second period when Kay made it 5-4 Coaihursl but lioucb- tho cornmitlec have in minil starting !huy had overcome a lead ot tho'cr came right back, lieinc; it up 5-5.' the Kllison corapetiiion at once. This Mounticri and by soine pood comhina-' then made it C-S and 7-5 Monniics. Me will be played along Ihe same lines lion, niade the score In Ihe broke through making It 7 fi.'as Ihe Brewery. There will, however, md period McKay. McLeod and Fur- lioucher ran It tn to S-6, McKay out-only bo three groups of nine instead long displayed a great daah of s'F and fair combination which them, 50315 arid would liavo liccn worth tidce that number had it not been for sensational work between the flags by Hart. Once near fhe end of the second period Iho new guardian of iha Scarlet and Gold mado rive hair-raising stops in almost ;is many seconds, only to be bsateii by the sixth from the stick of 'Fur- dawn the lead to S-7 and Uoucbci jof four groups oi seven. The draws joal tluit gave Ihe flying Frencbui1 i a victory over Ottawa by a score to The victory assured loud place in Hie race :tor the honors UOCALY' 'errible Drubbing Administered to Had Nearly New Team Cardston and Lcthbrldgo met in ardston Friday nlglit for the opener t the Southern Alberta High School guc with the result that tho localb completely routed. Cardston ad a wide margin on the Letbbritlge ulntelte from tho first whistle 10 final score being 54 to 2. The ocals were minus tho services of prac Ically the wbolo former team which went down to defeat at Cardston be- ore Christmas. The Cnrdston hove had it over tho new local team In every departmen if tho game. Tbo line-up: Lethbrldge Kesler, c 0 Ursenbach, f 0 Leech, g and f....... 2 Kemm, g and t 0 TdcAIpine, g 0 Cardston (First Hall) Rbynlieart....... Walker Cahoon Jacobs Card (Second Half) Sloan Snoiv Cahoon Thorpe Xeilson 0 IS 11 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost, P.O Ottawa C 3 ,7St 'anadiens 5 3 Patricks 4 -1 .500 Quebec .1 7 .123 THREE PERSONS KILLED per- sons were killed nnd a scoro or niora >ersons injured when an explosion )lew out tbc east wall of, buldiui occupied by the Newton Tea t Splct company In Ibe river front dUlrlcl early this morning. He SPENCE BROS. TAXI Pity and Country Trips. sted Cars. Phones Special Service ou Country Trips .ccumulation of Exports Ilcldj Up By it Will Be Worked WESTERN GOLFERS MEET CHICAGO, Jan. Delegates fi many of tho 25S clubs that compri the Western Golf Association were in Chicago twjsy for tho annual meeting at which new officers will bo elected and links for Iho championship tour- naments Ee'iected. There will he no contest over the election of officers, a ticket headed by Wilbur H. Brooks of Cleveland, for president, having uo opposition. President Charles F. Thompson refused n fourth term be- cause of business pressure, but the ona for good measure making will be announced for this competi- it d-7 for Iho Monntles, und they had their first gamn, wiping ou'. Ihe flings of. their J7fi de'tal ;it the of iho Vela, 'ibe Lineup: Mountles Coai'-.utal Hart Goal Pondcn llayinond fioucher Pennefather 'Right Def. Def. .Ccntro Hlflil W. !ft W. Subs E. M.-Lcod Blllard 'McKay P. FurlonR Pearson and Robinson 0, E'onne- cKay 3, Me- Lood, 3, Furlong 1. IiriTOWHi Turcotte handled tho game satisfar.torily lo all concerned. Owing to the short notice on which Hip game was called there was r.ot a largo crowd bnl it's a safe bcl when lion loworrow. OJltl III III'; Irttt; ilul llll: ILUUUIB o cf the flrai half of the schedule nnd gimc.would be continued, gives them outside chance ot buat- Eiay.nonrt. n new deft'LaO man on lilt ?.Iauiiiioa is u ileciilcd nc-. Daritenu to tho strength of the police, j nonohno. nnd He checks hard, is good at fimling tho paint cf combtnr.Una play, ann in tlio first frinnif! when ho put in the lead. The olher mem- Ijprr, of tho Pondcn, llaritean and also dlsplayful imirli more conflilriico ns a. reoiilt o( the Btrcngthcncd tlefonao. Tho Co.illntrr'1 h U'ginnlnsj those two tennis mcfl ngnEn (hcro'il to develop a crvnliinnlioii anil U drop- n rocnrd Eitlonilanco. ptafC the Inriividitnl ruslt. On this an-1 Taylor's will meel Coalhurat next, count of llio fans Me-] the first half of [ho; Kay flidn'l show iho speed displayed 'icngun, Jn Jjls first acainst thy' Vets, but for tin firs', f.vr> pcrlotls Coalhurst, hacl n parly two-thirds tho play, thoir combination hrsaVing after time at tlio critical moment. Hownvor (f tho boys from across tiu1 rivnr slay with Ihelr pveacnt fctyle OL gamd they )mvn ;i set'ins comtmr.Unn Hint will be hoard from before HIP soiison ia over. First Period Tim too wflfl somewhat heavy DTV- Onr Owr N, Jan. is going along mnrriiy the lime, and bring-j journey to Calgary to lake part In the bis spiel on the lIHli. cxjiect that it ivill take a cxpreps car to (he prizes that have al- ror.dy won in tho of the VulcitU Mars. Tlic m-e wild- ly ov-'r (lie g.iino all thfi ever anil anon ynu I hern triirphvj ilainUy up i rink. to in n Rtnisglc or Irj ijct in a litMc rxtra practice and simtc rKlvniLlfigo over their .-inters. administration announced pro- gressive policies ot tho Thompson re- new ing to a or frosly snow, and the did not well, liolb (eanis losing II time nfter lime on this Ac- count. lioucbr-r lost cbancos early in tho gams ns the puck bothered hh speed. Hart was called on to save and shortly after Pnl got Poll'-.r! Msht off the bat on a lone-hand rush. He had it all to blmaelf wis uevir Players May Argue in Gentle-jin hi manly Way With Umps btil "No Cussing Aloud" r! CJHOAfrO. Jan. T'! ers In tlio American As.-ocii-.lion v he nrtrn-j in "n manly mimncr." nfat j nasnn wli ilifiy believe c Jos ft IIKVCI lis given npainst tlieni, but nf a n i f y wl 11 lio v 1 ;i in iirrf on f (h. dub owners decided :it Mioir eel nic.etfng lodfiy. Ihoir firpt If ttiry Hialerl !n usint; ohjectionnhlo in proles ting to umpires, drastic action In the form of httivy fines would be taken. luivc df-rideil all 'roLigh work' and protanc talk must be he wHl MEEHAN MAY GO TO LONDON iij JIKIV make ft trip fo n nnrl f'nrl- finder thn iriarn niriii FilzpnfrlcU, who. in lias tiuiny a chninri K riin.s.sng? the possibility relink iMith Joe HcckeEL air.l (Vu-pr-iiHpr. V.'lilie sayn lie die liositH if tlie guaraiv Miu'ir ir-nt. Orice agdlir Mcoliar! f ic if tn I ft ckny UK- jf-pon.H li-rs Head of Exemp- tion Hoard Avers He is No Slacker or Dodger SAX FUANCISCO, Jnn. Dempney. heavyweight champion of ho world, is "in no sense a 'slacker' or draft, tinker" according lo a state- ment by John K. Hogan, San Kratv cii-co nitorjiey, wlio headed Iho ex- omptlon boanl here which handled Dempjey'r; case. Kngan's statement was sought in relation to charges mailn by rerlain posla of the American] T.cglon (bar fiOUghL work In phipynrdK ralhor than to ffght In the trcnt'lic.s abroad. 9 0 "GREASY" NEAtE A HOLD-OUT MAniBTTB, Ohio, Jan. Earle Nealo, Clncliihall out- fielder, Is a hold-out. who is coach of Iho Marietta College foolball and basketball v teams declared the 10 per cent. increase In salary oftereil him 't- is not satisfactory nnd that he baa declined two contracts. ft LONDON', Jan., Ives here of Uusslsn co-opcratlvo irganlzatious arc eagerly awaiting idvices aa the Allied decision tartially to raise the Russian blockade vill be inado effective. AHhougli Ihe official statement set- ing forth (ho Allied decision Indl- :ates that dealings between private i irms and individuals Is still under' he ban, tho Importance of Ihe ruling may bo appreciated when it is said hat the co-operative societies, which alone are affected, in recent years ]ave become the chief medium for tlio listribiitlon of goods to tho Russian peasants. s Ten o[ theso organizations having offices In London claim to represent he interests of peasants. It Is believed in some quarters the lifting of (be ban on the vast accumu- lation ot Russian products awaiting export may have a far-rcachiny effect on prices In-the world's markets. The; agent ot Iho Central Russian Flax As- j soclation, declared that tho advices; from his.principals staled that upward of tons of flax were1 ready for' export in exchange for sorely needed manufactured goods. Prevailing prices, will make this accumulation worth np. ward of pounds sterling. In addition to which Ihero arc bumper i crops of commodities awaiting representing enormous buying powers.'- The best Ihing-now, if it could bei done, 'would be to obtain satisfactory peace wilh Russia.- Perhaps we can- not gel such'a peace, Inn might try, if we can not, we must maky np our minds to face the full gravity of tho aUenmtive, says Ihe Chronicle. This newspaper urges that it is use- less to Indefinitely prolong R state of Inconclusive hostility, which can only result, in militarizing Russia, which will be a danger, no matter what regime secure ultimate control. The Daily Mall, which is strongly hostile to tlio liolshevik, says ton IIRW trade decigion is n remarkable one, and may have unexpected results, add- ing "Wo believe that Russians who would co-operate, have, for tho most part, been kilted by The Morning Post and Telegraph, which are equally nnti-Rolshevik, gen- erally comment on what they regaid as a position of extreme gravity lor Eddfe Bcroer Joe Flenttcln T np 4 i TAXI SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone 1850, Office 409 3rd Ave. S., LethL'rldge, Alberta. Ride in n McLaughlin Special, it costs no mare. How Is Your APPETITE? Maybe you need a st-hnulant. If you do you should exer- bovvlint; is tlso besl excrciEG you tlio appetite. Try it. mon in? Alleys 1 under my JiiriMliction an an oxemp- lion iKKircl said, j UcjnpHcv's: stiiluR as H married man liuul the Hint he was supporting I hip; pfironts :-nd an invalid brothor und nnd in addition was mnV.tDg on riinc'u fov liis paienls were the fighler'a exemption claims, nf ABRUPT RETIREMENT Jiffricj at a i :'.7. an uv-'raK'? anil it T fnil.5 to stop i'.nrl hangs on aa lor.r; as lie will bo in "our midst" lor eight ytnrp, If- on the other haiuK hr- tu (he Job llko liu did In Anu-r- soli from J9I4 tnilll lie ip ihc average for it, have berth llogan John II. MrArthur, Inventor o( a plough that well kpown all ovi-r Ontario In tho narly clghJIos, at Ont We Have Installed a Full Equip- ment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RHDIATOR3 Can hantlto all maltes of cr.fa. Expsrt Hot Air Furnace Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workers 336 6lh St. South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13ili etrse! n. GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS. By Experienced FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK 18 GUARANTEED 0. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;