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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta THE p.MT WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19. 1921 RIfflARD ADITS BOUT LIKELY TO BE HELD OUTSIDE THE U.S. LETHBRIDGE BUSINESS MAN OWNS THE CANADIAN CHAMPION PACER; VINA McHNNEY IS IN CALGARY NEW YORK, Jan. Rlckard said today It might be necessary to hold the Dempscy-Carpentier fight outside the United States because of the recent proposed regulations of the New Ylork State Boxing Commission and the newly-organized National Boxing Association which would limit the maximum admission charge to fifteen dollars. No heavyweight championship bout of this calibre could be conducted under such admission limitations, stated. "We have already fixed on Saturday, July 2, as the date of the bout and It will be held at that time, so far as human plans and arrangements can make it lie added. Tom Quinn, Enthusiastic v Horseman Nought Champion Four-Year-Old is Beau- tiful Black Filly; Action Graceful. Vina McKinney, Owned By Tom Quinn cs ei-pr played In Southern Alberta j was pulled off here rei-ently between the c, f. H. boys and tho Prink Jun-, I ior team. It proved a howling; success Vina McKinney. Canadian cham- pion 4-yoar.oId pucer, it owned by a Lotlibrldgv ninn, Tom Quina, who is ono of tho keenest race hone men In TU'eslern Canada. This speedy animal was bought by Mr. Qtilnn a year ago from T. D. Sextos, of Oakland, Cali- fornia, and she Is now In Calgary in the stables of R. W. McGtrr, of Moose Jaw. a horseman and driver of nation- al repute. In fact, McGirr drove Alcy- bridge track in 1011, making the mile 1u i.lUi. HO also drove this horse over the Moose Jaw track, breaking the Canadian quarter mile saw the- puck coming his way ho I I would look sick and lay down In front of the net, for which offence ho wns placed on tho fenco by the referee, j and blinking his eyes looking for a i n'llil'l'ifd her mother Hfxtfoa Of Held-North Ptoce of safety. Dowsett received a OhSJ. Her ver) black eye and was torced to j second dam WM by 05) The i Lethbridge horse was bred by R. J. MacKenzie. of Winnipeg, on his Pleas- anton, California, stock farm. Mr. j Uthough hockey has just got really dins'howeVent'wis il wi" remembered.' started In Southern Alberta Lcth- C. P! R-'s, the'score being 6 to 3. The the MacKcnzie bridge football organizations are pro- little boys are anxious for another! paring for nest year. The Veterans, try and feel sure of victory next time. have elected their officers and .will Lethbridge United Meet Tonight leave tl'.e ice, his place being filled I by Yardmaster Donkln. Kipley and played a good g-ime. but Ripley nd'Mann I owner ha, horse i, R, w. McGirk .tables Calgary b ilders, who beautiful animal. He has good record, Is have a meeting within a few Jack Shaw, last year's captain is president this year and Charley lin is vice-presidor.t. L. Turcotte is secretary and the trainers are David Pattle and W. Hutton. The executive consists of Dave Ferguson, .r. W. McGuire, E. Turner and J. BITS dale. The North Lcthbridee United will hold their annual meeting Wednesday! uight in the basement of Wesunin.st-, school and the annual meeting of: the football league is scheduled i March 14. I and Through the Taber Line- Colernan Man Describes Match (From a Coleman COLKMAX, Alta., Jan. i other evidence of the keen inter- i cat which the race in the Crow Hoc- i key League has aroused throughout the Pass towns, was shown last night wheu ono of tlie largest crowds that ever witnessed a local hockey match turned out to encourage the home buys In trying to stop the fast travel ling Taber bunch. This being the first appearance ot Take Game By Seven to One 1a Taher tcam ou loral since the ii XT i T i I when the famous Cooks put iNot Lost the prairie town on the hockey map, Any Yet xlncf- Coleman had met. their only i defeat of the season at the hands of the Taber boys, the large crowd were Knoi hockey team, in the City Jun-; all on edge for the doings, for Hockey League are off in -front of Promptly at S o'clock the teams fac- the league with two wins and no ed off. the referee tossed out the losses to their credit. The Rotariaus puck, the voice making machines Blacked up against them last night started to work and the game was on. no; From this time until the final whistle I there was not a dull moment. last1 Coleman presented B. changed line- and thn w-is victory for Knoi. Playing after the big game _ ou uljht the juniors had a good crowd to watch them. The boys put up a from right wing to centre ice Jewel KOOd game all through and judging replacing him on the wing.' This from the play the seniors have greatly improved the combination llllylultu t-llc I.U1I1UI1IA11U11 Kiderable amount of material to pick play of the home team, and was in a rS2' lllrse measure responsible for their The first period ended four to noth- splendid showing lug for .Knoi. in the second period The game had not- progressed far McCree. for the Rotes started wnen it was ouite evident that the scoring and got the only goal for his superior skating ability of the locals team. Rose and Greenaway scored waa too much ot a handicap for the two goals each m the first. Fralick. bovs from the pralrle overcomo. VB i H Cn( h i ox Leech, goal, Sang and After ten minutes of play Jewel beat i mage in front of the net. j Five minutes later. F. Graham through with a swell shot off the defense; Greenaway right wing; bo.m, d beat M Hose, centre; Ferko, left wing; Mor- risen and Hutton spares. Taher was the next to score when goal; Bissctt and Wright, defense; Venister, right wing; McCrea, centre; McCarthy, left wing; McLeod and Hutton spares. Davia, catching the Coleman defense too far out, got through and shot from clotse" In. One minute later Cossriff made a rush, working his way through, the whole Taber team, but landed the puck squarely in the net. The period ended with the score. Colernan u, Taber 1. The second period was very much a repetition of the first. The local team outskating their rivals and at no time seemed in danger of defeat. After two minutes play Jewel scored on a pass from Gate. Three minutes later Gate scored after a rush up the ice all and one minute later followed it up with another. The English Boxing Promoter Pre- pared to Put Up Half Mil- lion if Necessary LONDON, Jan. CHAMPIONSHIPS MONTIIEAL, Jan. for Canadian amateur racquet champion- ships continued herevagain today and the flret match sa.w the elimination of the Canadian champion, A. S. slls at the hands of tie American titleholder. C. C. Pell, of New York. The American player won In straight 15-5, 15-14, 15-5. ROSS HAS CONTROL NEW YORK, Jan. of the Montreal Jockey Club which races at Blue Bonnets, has been given to 'Commander J. K. L. Ross, owner of who appearing here j Barton. announced today. He at a charity festival, declared to- !a'tl ne appoint a new manag- that nothing In j director and secretary tn a few report ..from York that idays- match with Jack Oempiey abandoned. C. B. the boxing pra- In a statement today, said that if bout was abandoned for any rnson he was prepared had i to give a of far men to box in England In Iroad bui lover of thoroughbred and who has owned some of the best on the continent. California Record This promising young (Illy flrrt sprang into prominence in 191T when she won the California State paciug futurity for two-year-olds. Her time was 2.19 H. The next year she won again in the three-year-old class, her time being These events are coast classics and are run at the state fair held at Los Angeles. It was at Phoenix, Arizona, that her best time was made. In a Held of aged' horses she ran fts a tliree-year-old winning the purae with This time she established her record of 2.09Vi. IB this campaign the won first money once, second money five and third money once. Last September Vina McKtaney was driven to her 4-year-old record over the half mile track at Spokane by Jack 2.11U. The same season she captured the Canadian championship on the Reglna track her time being She took money in all of her starts except two and she seen on the turf at Calgary, Ed- monton, Saskatoon, Regiua, Swift Cur- rent, Medicine Hat, Vancouver, Wash- ington, Centralia, Spokane, Vancouv- er, B. C., Yaklma, Wash., and Salem, Oregon. From Salem she was brought to Calgary, where Ule filly is now wint- ering. May Go On Grand Circuit Mr. Quinn's plans for the filly this year are not yet decided upon. How- ever, he is seriously considering send- ing her over the grand circuit. If does step into the said high-toned company she will open her campaign in Cleveland In July, later racing at Toledo, Kalamazoo, ton, Hartford, Syracuse, Columbus and Lexington, finishing up in the latter city in October. The speedy Lethbridge fllly has not yet been seen on the eastern Canada turf. She will likely pace first this season at the Calgary exhibition next June. If Vina McKinney goes to Lex- ington, which boasts the fastest track in the world, Mr. Quinn confidently Canadian national sport. Talking to i She weaves wonderful romances expects her to, do the mile in 2.02. It! a number of men prominently con-; around Horace to the other girls is stated that in Salem, Oregon, she i nected with football In Toronto re-i'n the laundry, but Ben, with his cleared a half mile track in one min-1 cently the writer was told that toot- j pathetically small bouquet of faded ute, which is evidence enough that ball In that city is now receiving al- flowers, stands bashfully In the off' the local horse has speed to bum. I most as many fans as baseball. j Ing. Upon whom the prevaricating Lethbridge sportsmen will be proud j To many this will be a startling genius shall bestow, as she says, to learn .these facts about Tom statement. But reports from "jewelled .land" is a mystery to Quinn's fllly. Her record will be city during the past season have! audience until the last moment, watched closely and here's wishing shown that football I Tonight for the last time will be her all kinds of good luck this attracted several tlious-' 'flown "A Splendid Hazard" and a Latest Pickford Film To Appear At The Empress Thurs. LOOKING FOR MARY PiCKFORD'S SWEETHEART "Who Mary's eould well be the title o( her forthcoming United Artists' production "Suds" which is .to be the attraction at the I Empress tomorrow and balance of the i i week, as in this wonderful photoplay' I Mary Pickford defies all conventions I and appears as a homely little of London. Two men come into her of them 'Orace Greensmith, with, whom she has fallen desperately j in love, and the other, Benjamin j Piilsbury Jones, driver' of the dilapi- m 1% fn i i snu appears aa a nomely I tt e druc Expect Game To Classed as ln a French hand laundry In the slu a National One Before Long Following Followers of football in Toronto are expecting the day to soon arrive when football will be classed as a dated delivery wagon of the humdrjk Her admirers here -would be one sions. i and spectators on a good many occa- delighted bnnch if the opportunity was I Football is continually receiving afforded of seeing the filly in action more space in the newspapers all over on the Henderson Park track. Will: the Dominion and in Lethbridge the this pleasure be realized? It is up to. advance that football made during the the good comedy. OF THE SILVERSHEET Prominent among the names that will go down to posterity as the Lethbridge whether we line up with past season clearly shows that __ the other live cities of the West with I game Is fast gaining in popularity In Pioneers of the- screen Is that of a fair and race meeting or continue Lethbrfdge last season the league was Maurice Tourneur, the man under i in the role of a mere spectator. composed of teams bursting with en-'whose Personal direction the super] Good luck, Vina McKinney, "Go get, thustasm for a successful summer and Production "The Great Redeemer" they had one. iwas made. Mr. Toarneur has been Next year the footballers expect to associated with the making of mo- make greater headway than they did !tlon Pictures for over fifteen years, HANS HANSEN MAKES RECORD SKI JUMP AT REVELSTOKE MEET last summer. NEW WIRELES3 RECORD HARTFORD. Conn.. Jan. new and during that time has been respon- i sible for some of the best productions that have been made. "The Great Redeemer" which will at the Colonial f, _. Th California Horseman Has Pur-after chased Late Wm. K. Van- j o, demit 8 hiring At a ski jumping contest held re- cently at Revelstoke, the world-famous civilian wireless record was establish- oe shortly second neriod ended Colcman K I "Dare'Devil" 5ki Jumper, Hans Han- ed early today when Hiram Percv theatre, Is Mr. Tournour's latest, and second periou enaed, Loleman 6, jump at Revelstoke that Maxim sent a message from his sta-! "presents the wizard of tho silver- reached the almost Incomprehensible tlon here to Los Augiles, California shect at llls Particular best. Mr. length of 217 feet, or three feet better and received a repiy and one-half Tourneur devoted much time and than Andeis HaiiRen's old record, minutes later The 'messages were: forethought to the creation of this This phenomenal Ekl artist Is credited- relayed by stations at Chicago and realizing that it marked with being the daring man in Roswell, New the world. He is thp originator and performer Taber I. The teams took the ice refreshed intermission. again scored after three minutes play. Ingles one minute later .Fohnson for Taber's second goal. V.'ithin tv.-o minutes Jewel matched this with successful of the: I nice shot from the wing. Hogan .then "death which is really a loon- thought It was about lime for him the-loop, or summersault on skis He T to get busy so he rushed up the executes this marvellous feat either f NEW YORK, Jan. large part of the noted French racing stable of tie late Wm. K. Vanderbiit will be brought to the United States this "5- a s "'om or forwards with curpris- year, A. K. Macomber, tho California following this stunt up fire., aureness and nerve. Thin s'omsa- horseman, announced hem today Mr I latlr wltl1 another. tlonal dare-devil will try almost any- Maqomber acquired the stahlo last' Tlie most spectacular feature of the: thing. Down In Wisconsin he once was the up the ioe of j made a bet and won it. lie went down Orioshack. time and asaln ho akaled n ski bill over the take-off, landed INDIGESTION one of tho milestones of his art. and as such could -not be other than the best he had to offer. Tho story Is that of ii train robber who painted ai on the wall of his and into (tie picture Mr. Tourneur bos put the most consummate art- istry. September at a prlco reported at Among thlrty-sli horses to lie shin- wnoto Taber team, but .-mil finishes without a full, with hia I id to the United states arc tho two lmrd luck in hla snooting. hands tied behind his back and blind- t ped to the United states arc tho'two lmrd luck famed breeding stallions, Seaslok and SiTwof Sf Sf horS In training and more than a miorp of yearlings. Among the raters are Tchad, five years old. winner of tins 1919 French derby; Erumado, .Liberty Loan, Hand Grenade and War Fame. AUSTRALIANS SCORE 364 FOR FIVE WICKETS IN THIRD TEST MATCH At Frank Put Up Hot Game; Make C P. R. Men Hustle i from Onr Own Correspondent) FRANK, Jan. of the fast- ft ud iDtcreitlnc hockey gun- AIWLAIDK, Jan. (Canadian As- POfifitpd PrnsiB) After niakinK a bud start In tlmlr second innings yester- day, the Auntrailnnii steadied down tmlri.v in tlin and DISCUSSED UNEMPLOMENT OTTAWA, Jan. Press.) Roijpral discussion of the unom- situation la understood to I "Pape's Diapepsin" makes Disordered Stomaclis I feel fine at once! L----- COUNTRY STORE NIGHT i THURS. AT COLONIAL 1 Thursday night will be Country i Store VodvII Nile at the Colonial theatre. A list of prizes will be Riven away. takim place Hperial session f.f at this morning's I pai Lumps of undigested food causing third match with as In to Bvery Woman Ua> daylcta tho of a auhool tiri, a In Italy, and laUr a iUr of Metropolitan. The production the stamp ot Alien Molubu-'i masterful direction and Is OM of the utoit elaborately produced phoUxiramM of the decade. The work of Robert Andersen and Kodolph Valentino In the lending mule U of a a life Andersen u the Muali town lover, while Valentino the role of an Ital- ian aultor. Such pndnetiona aa "Once to Every Woman" will add to the Universe's reputation for maklni pictures that playgoers like. llttratly her lite In kanO) In to her and Unk, a Uenr ootMdl couple, a act "IffteK from inn Book of whkfe and novel. Klark and dlnary, will bill with I flat) mudcal act. A special feature of akew wtl the presentation of Illnj VM i slon of the relnnlnt York hit, "it starring Bilk Other rood will tu oat bill, which should pack the Colonial to the doors tho laat two of thi: 'wmk. WEEK-END VAUDEVILLE AT COLONIAL LOOKS GOOD The Hippodrome Circuit Vaudeville jlll for this week and the Colonial theatre has all the appearances of a real big time show. Dti Barry and Dupreeie will seen in their new act entitled "Nov- elty a specialty perform- ance that fairly bristles with new sur- prises. A thrill .will go through the audience when they witneu Onetta, the whirl- Ing Dervish dancer. Onetta's act Is of a entirely new to the circuit, and her dancing IB must be sjsen to be appreciated. She COLONIAL LAST TIME TONIGHT (Wednesday) The Picture of Your of 7.80, and 1.30. With auparb vocalists. nlc THURSDAY NJGHT COUNTRY STORE NIGHT FRIDAY-SATURDAY Great "Hip" Vaudeville EMPRESS TIME ALLAN OWAN'S GREATEST "A Splendid Hazard" By Harold MacOrath. GOOD ATTRACTIONS, IN. CLUDING BOOTH TARKINGTON'S "EDGAR'S HAMLET" and TOPICS OF THE DAY.- MARY PICKFORD jn Com tie dotee Gcbnan Production IQPO'ME THUMB' A piDducftoft appealing, elective and .triumphant in its lovable! simplicity, in which Miss brilliant achieve' merit in characterization' has proved to be an evart Jn screen history. EMPRESS STARTING TOMORROW DHOENIX THEATRC THE PICTURE. HOUSE OF QUALITY. SAMUEL COLDWVN PRESENTS Tom Moori in 'The Great Accident" BY BEN AMES WILLIAMS This story was read enthusiasti- cally by two million readera week by week when it appeared in itrlal form In "The Saturday Evening Post.' You'll like TOM a regular fellow. TOM MOORE Great Accident" GOLDWYN ADDID ATTRACTIONS COMEDY, MUTT AND JEFF, AND PATHE NEWS 40c and Matinxs 25c and 10c. ;