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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX DAILY UEHAJ.n. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1020 VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Maims Tho reason given was lack of tuuflj to pay for medical attendance mid treatment. According to popular tho hospital which Is a municipal at- (air, a yearly grant from the government hospital fund In addition to a stated sum per diem for thoeo who are financially uiiuble to afford hospital attendance and treatment. In view of the fact that several pronitn- ent larnwia ottered to sign a note, guaranteeing payment for the afore- mentioned and also the ur- gency of tbi case It la hard to under- Bland the stand taken bv the doctor, who persisted In his refusal to allow ths rollout to enter the hospital until tho police had been with and orders given to the effect that an entrance was compulsory. IN OF EDMONTON. Jan. a THE BONSPIEL C- Q 4 tf c- (By J. S. K.) The postponed 'spiel gets under way at 2 o'clock this afternoon, when any local rinks that are drawn against other will make the first draw tivo games. At 5 o'clock another draw will te made, to Include rinks that arrive this afternoon from .Mac- leod, Carmangay and Taber, and it is hoped It It Is at all possible to ptay two draws this welling. All OP HOCKEY TEAM HERE Id THE FIRST of nearly six thousanJ people riuks will be on hand tor Wednesday tho Edmonton Eskimos last night gave morning, curllug commencing at S I the Calgary Wanderers their first do-j o'clock. Tho weather still indicates -feut of Iho Ulg Four League keenest Ice. Fernie, Cranbrook, Cole- the score being I) to 2. After tho first t man nnd Claresholm all are sending period the Wanderers didn't have a la strong representation, and at least chance. But for the remarkably fine I a thirty-rink bonsiilel is looked for. goal-kceying of Reil for tho visitors will bo announced later, j the count might have been higher. Reason For Disappearance Of Able Men From Service is Jobs Offering Maclcod district hockey team will invadt Lethbrldge tonight for the first district league game of the season to be staged here by the feel of tht weather there won't he any trouble to find Ice for the game. There ahould be a big gathering of the fans for game In spiie cf tho cold weather for these two tearcs sre ancient enemies and Macleod Is coming down prepared to lick tha socks off the local crew. Just little personal appral to the fans! Come out tonight and see the gams. A crowd of 700 was out the other night to see Lethbrictgo team perform at Medicine HaL Let's do as weU Tere 'tonight. Get behind the hoys and encourage them by the biggest attendance that ever saw a hockey game here. Every vet- eran in Ilia city should turn out for this same ns the cHy's Dis- trict Leanuc team is composed mojtfy of Vets. Mountie sup- porters will be out to sse Boucher perform, while McGlllis wilt draw the Taylor fans. The Lethbrldgc guarantee to Maclecd for this game is Let's put the treasury be- sides, for tf Lcthbridae wins the district league championship money will be needed for Ihft games in the for the He raid-Jo urn cup. Remember the time, 8 sharp, tonfght at UA.A.A. rink besfrfc the curling only a block from the Blue tine at 13th St. and 3rd Ave., 3. Boost for a big crowd- Mncleod Is sending down the following lineup ..Goal, Mc- Donald; point, ('8pudJI Murphy; cover, MePhce: left vying', Vasseur; centra, rig hi Atkins: substitute, Sirr. All ball fans remember "Spud" old speed artist, McPhee and Sirr are members of the R.N.W.M.P. at Macleod. The locala will likely line-up follows ;..Goal, Sutherland; point, Marian; cover, F. Hender- son; centre, Turcottc; rfghl Reber; left wing, W. Henderson; iubs.r Boucher and McGHHs, Only ono City League game Is on the cards for this weak, that la Tayfore va. Mounted Police, for Thursday night, but as these two havo already mtt Taytori ind Co j I hurst will likely hs witched In on that date. two teama have nol met and whan they have league will be half over. The teams will meet each other once mors during tho acaion to Ilih the winner. VcU have tfc- each of the other threo teams In the league, nil by gocd mprgfns but they have aush walk nvMy in the second half, District League games this week scheduled sre Tabor Wednesday, 21st, Taber at Macleod, Thursday 22nd. Macleod at Lethbndge, Tues- day, Jan. 20th. What the Hatters Think of Our Hockeyists CALGAItY. Jan. the Hast- iers had ttcd up the score in the Jast period, the Columbus Club through a rush by MacFarlane and u shot by Sib- betts. defeated the Edmonton team by tu score of 4 to 3 In five minutes of overtime play last night at the Horse Show Arena before a crowd of people. Mickey JIackay, the former Pacific Coast League star, demonstrated his cleverness more than a dozen times, evading tho entire Edmonton team at least half a dozen times and scored three o( the C. C.'s goals. .It was In- deed a Mackay field day. on Ihe recent withdrawals or eipens. taken to Indicate that the trade Is us- 'rom the civil Eervlce, ot which it is' Ing more wheat flour, at jaid ".Many wild and exaggerated lower prlco, to blend with Manitoba Hockey Results VAN'COUVEIi, D. C., Jan. Tho _ Millionaires played Seattle to a stanti- still for five minutes tonight, hut tron AM. Bellamy, sport writer on the ilien on the had things their own Hat Xews reporting tho way ana won 5 to 2. Meillcine Lethhrldgn game theru nig-ill, hart Ihia lo say: oa Friflas' very -fast liockey in spots, WIXXIPEO. Jnn. iB.-Falcons In- creased their leail In the race for (ho jeiclting all through, and the crotvil Mnnlinha Hockey League chamnlon- of aboul ,0ft ontliuslasli witness- shfn when they dmvneJ tho Brandon cd tho conttst were hept In a warm team 9 la 2 in rough and lively ej- fiiov. by the series or eiciting cpi- jhlbltlon hero tonight (Jllris. who played rcntn- for Ihc- visitors, was the star performer. He Iirovccl to be n clangeroUB man when I lie had the puck, and was mainly -e j spooaible for the locals' defeat. Boucher also provod a clever rubber ijugsler. Sutherland, the visiting goal- j tender, (nwte some brilliant stops of ibc shots Umt rained on him at jllmss. O.'H. A. Senior Results Granites 9. Don Rowing Club J. CURLING Boucher, trie lell wing for (he Vets. ores LONDON, Jan. Scottish League Aberdeen 1, Hearts 1. Airdrieonlnns 1. Fnlklrk 0. Clyde 3. Dundee 2. Clydebauk 1, Queen's Park S. Hibernians 1, Ayr United 1. Kilmarnock 2, Celtic 3. Morton 1, Albion Rovers 1. I, Partick Thistles 0. liKtth Rovers I. Hamilton A. 0. Jlangera 3, St. Mlrreu 1. Third Lanark 1, Dumbarton 0. Southern League Myrthcr 1, nrighton 1. Bristol n. 2, Swindon T. BrenUord 2, Newport c. 1. Crystal Palace 1'. V.'alford 1. 1-ulon Town 3, lister City 1. .Plymouth a. 0. Reading 0, Queen's Park R. 1. Southampton Cardiff City 2. Southend U. 0, Northampton 0. First Division Burnley 0, Aston Villa 0. Chelsea 1, Manchester U. 0. Liverpool 2, Shelfield United 0. Manchester 4. Arsenal 1. Notts County 2, Doiton W- 2. Oldham A. 1, Newcastle United 0. Preston N. E. 2, Middlesboro 1. Sheffield YV. 1, Everton 0. Sunderland 2, Derby County 1, West Broin. A. lltaekhnrn n, 2. Second Division Birmingham 1, Bristol City 0. Rury 1, Notts Forest 1. Clapton Orient 2, Barnsley 0. Hull City South Shields 0. Leicester Fosse 'i, Grimsby T. 0. Rothcriiam C. -i. Coventry C. 3. Stoke 1, Fulham 0. Tottenham II. 2. Stockport C. 0. West Ham U. 1. Blackpool 0. comments havo been none too compll- rcl in October, says the report. Octo- mentary to the civil service commts-' her showed 205 and November 203. sion." the commission says many of equivalent to 177 loaves of ono and The following letter will provn of Intercut !o local and Pass curlers. Sporting Kditor. Caignry Alberlan: I notice In th e issue ot your paper ot LONDON. Jan. Canadian an English cup replayed game, Darlington defeated Sheffield Wednesday by two goals to nil. Wetsti Rugbyists Win LONDON, Jan. 13. (Canadian Press International foot- i omcrgsd from tho miilst of a scramble 14 p-" article on the prize ball game at Swansea was the prin- hvlth tiic .ma slipped it between I list of tlle Calgary bonspiel, in which cipal eiigngeinent on tho rushy pro r' Wooilbou'e'K imds, but th'j refcreu called the play offside. Ileber pulled off a whirlwind rush >'ou Pfeiumo to fully advertise the gram on Saturday and Indeed domln- through the entire iint learn and hadj'llc a clear shot on tho goal, but Wood-.nilrnl to house was equal to the occasion, oilier ranking a save. prize list for the coming 'spiel. To me. an old curler, the endeavor- ing to outstrip alerl the whole football scene, al- though the leaguers were'again in full to outstrip ono's neighbors, and swing and two postponed English cup advertising (hereof, docs more J tics were being played. The meeting of the English ami xfurl of (he Kamo '.'nan action. If it Is mo Welsh toains had been eagerly await- or Ihe rains of prizes we are playing ed and discussed, this being thn for, then the sooner the spirit changes International meet since nnd ilia The locals spruced up and better it will he for the good old Quality of !he players was largely un- for a Ecore but Sutherland prnv- j same. Personally. 1 am in favor known as naturally few pre-war stars led too cunniUE. Shots were raining In him from all sides lint the Loth- brlijgo gofUtMider put up a perfect defence. Thft Mountles arc a team now and arc liabic to stage S l.vfrt sn" Coalhurst team play a bet- ter game than displayed Satur- day night, Watch them step out In the next game, throughout Canada ot small Individual vere available. cups being for tlrsl prizes, of liammelt is Knglish-born but has Iho value ot to and wbern-! played with Newport, lie was chosen ever this arrangement has been fol-, for'both learns but played with Kng- lowed, greater interest and marc j land. The Welshmen wero very con- The team, which are "Porlsnianshin has ensued. I am not; slsient with a specially largo measure leading In the Southern Alberta, endeavoring to tni'any way knock Hie of faith In their forwards, and Ihe league race, has not been beaten solitary honsplel, and I consider i( Ihe SVelfh dominated Iho first hall ot Ihe. far this sciV-on, Their players were kwnly contested for among bidders. Tin Tabmco with a Ittart" Just as keenly soatfit oflir by mtn who know a foorf smoke or STAR, IS INJURED fur but. ncnirrtinij to Ihu world's open tennij r'bampfonli Iho Wgijo'il 'siiicl in Miffi'Wl an inlurv in uu exhibition Jj.S.W., Jan hon j world. tly will, a, wllh Walter Kin- play in tho Oouole.i tor Ihe ho awarded. TIXTO a fcv.- c 'ui-Icr? his ptroinrckt' rival Tho title- Davis Cup championship resn.-n- who wi.uld take in ......'i: for j liolttcr stumlilal while rf.ichlng for ed Jiero (od.ij-, Norman anil ilu- love nf [1. but ihr-v iirr vr.-ry C.erflld of in tho I'n.if Hie II. Kii'gscrtto and A. 17. lluumisb i erf [o win, ninl l! Hart of the Mour.tlej and Stoi-e cf (hi Taylors threat-n to make j of (jrial Urilain, 6-0 aad SuthtrlonJ travel to hold his laurels as tho best goaltender of Germans raado 52 raids on tho league, Mountles threzten to Tay- l time most. elimlnateil, (lie bonspio! wouirl be aa lifeless to a curler as a i, o'clock parly. Tbe prlzo list for Iho t'.il- ball nnd his !ifad struck the tidi: wall, ojir-ning n d< ep wsli in rchoiiit. Afief treatment he Ixindon during the war, In ono ofjjcuy 'spiel Is unciucstlonolily wonder- which damage was done, ful, and that it will bring results Is rtraight'sets. Zcppelinn crossed Kngllsh coast moto evident by (ho large number otllwo, C-S, li-2, tlian SiO tiuxei Altaian, llilrd, 65. able to go home unasalsled. Tho nc- cideut occurred at a moment when Cinuld was trying to ecoro loo points to defeat Klnrella In thrco lie had won the lirst and was loading ID the m ok inl lt Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbrldge Hotel Phono 1544 We Have Installed 9 Full Equip, mint for Repairing AUTOMOBILE Can handle all makes of Expert Hot Air FurnnCB Work. FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 336 6th SI, South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13th Strait N. QENEBAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS. By Experienced FORD SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL WORK 19 GUARANTEED G. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;