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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta f MB Lgi'HPKimiB IMItiY PAfiE TURKS ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWp Fernie Bonspiel As Seen By J. S. K. The first day's play put BO games heavy snow fall and lato the "history" class. AU Leth- curiing comfortable, particularly for bridge rinks had at least two games. Clarke of Lethbridge played no less than wins four, getting and losses. 50-50 split on In three o( bis games he wan Ue on tie end coming home, losing two games by one ahol and won by one in the third. Duff won and lost. In his last game he was down In the end, but pulled a sensational finish, win- Ding with his last rock 12 to 13. Simpson and McNabb each won lost. McNabb won from Simpson and lost to Klrkham. Carberry won two and lost once. Klrkham recorded two wins and stands with Russel of Macleod the undefeated rinks at the end of the first day. Ross of Taber lost to his club mate, Beard, but stepped out In the last draw and beat th9 Kastner- Baldry combination in a tough game. While there were many close fin- ishes In the 50 games played, none went to an extra end. Russell of Macleod beat the strong Herchmer rink by a big margin. The annual meeting and the smok- er given by the Ferule boys to their guests will be held Tuesday evening. The Ward rink from Cranbrook had tough games, two and winning grath, McNabb Is to represent Lethbrldge in the Inter-city competition, with Kirkham runner up, three games hav- ing been played on the sleeper on tho way to Fertile to deeMe the winner, Hipulr.' coins, There will be 36 games playeu to- day, four draws only on account of the annual meeting. The competitions wfll have all ad- vanced to the steteens, with a few into the eights by Tuesday night. A list of the rinks In the eights ol each competition will follow tomorrow. Results of late Monday draws with competition named: S p.m. Monday Kastner 10; Prentice 11 Stewart 19; McPhee 8 Robinson 9; Crumley 10 (Magrath) Munro 10; Hogarth 11 Ward 10; Ross 11 Snyder 14; Olivier 0 Brown 10; Beard 9 (O. C.) Beck 10; Ringrose 9 10; Lawe 6 7.30 Draw Monday Wallace 9; Carberry 12 (T, W.) Ringrose 8; Russell 10 (O. C.) Cameron 10; Moffatt C Oliver 9; Klrkham 12 Cummings 14; McDonald 17 (Ma. GET YOUR ENTRY IN MAIL FRIDAY Do -Not Leave it Off Too Long- Football Competition Clows Saturday a.m. Your entry for the football compcti- ,ion must be In the mail tomorrow, Friday. Don't leave it off too long be- cause the results reach The Horald office about the middle of Saturday] morning and no entries can be recelv-l ed after that time. Officially the contest is supposed to Jose at midnight on Friday but The Herald Us made the practice of accepting entries received In tbe first mall Saturday morning. So do not leave off too long sending your entry The Ice Is keener than anything the prairie curlers have yet experienced, but is terribly crooked; practically] every sheft Is tricky, holding straight against the turn or drawing to the wall. The skips who flrst catch the run of the Ice are the lucky ones. The entry list of 36 rinks is the largest to date, and the representa- tion is more general than at any other spiel.' The weather conditions hold ideal, Reiver 13; Young..... Brown 11; Clarke 10 Johnson 2; Kastner 15 10 p-m. Monday tanro'18; Beard 14 (T. W.) McNatfb 15; Klrkham 19 (Walker) Herchmer 13; McPhee 4 (Walker) Robinson 1Z; Duff 13 Crumley 11; Beck IS Hogarth 7; Ward 10 Patterson 10; Simpson 15 (G. C.) Kastner 7; Rosa 11 (O. C.) Clarke IB; McBurney 5 (Magrath) OPERATEOONA TAMER Own Correspondent) TABER, Jan. Malo who had his nose injured in practice at Cole- man previous to the game, under- went an examination by Dr. Tolmie today. The small bones and cartil- ages were found broken, and an oper- ation was performed under chloro- form which it is hoped will have no unfavorable results. It was thought Ilerschel Van Oman's shoulder had been dislocated hy his fall on the ice, but he it BOW able to get around al- though it will be some time before lie will be tn shape for the game, as his shoulder was badly bruised In tbe mishap. It Is-probable a new lineup from tbe ranks ot remaining subs will be formed, and the best possible will he done under the circumstances. One factor in the Coleman game was not mentioned which was of Import- ance, the lights being not. so good as on the home rink, as larger lights were Installed here this season, lights at Coleman being like those here last year. CURLER AT BONSPIEL GETS NEWS OF THE 1 DEATH OF WIFE I (Special to The Herald) raRNlK, Jan. "-An which threw a shadow over ihe cnrl- DEMPSEY IS NOT CONCERNED SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 20 No attention WM by Jack Dempsey, heavyweight cham- pion of the world, to a New York report that hi, scheduled fight with Qeorges Cirpentler had been called off, according to Jack Kearns, his manager. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS League standings up to Saturday, January 15, inclusive: English Division P. W. D. L. F. A. Pt. .23 15 5 3 50 18 35 .23 13 .84 11 ,n 11 .25 10 .23 1! .23 11 .S3 11 .23 10 .13 8 .24 10 .23 .23 .23 ..22 Burnley Newcastle U. Bolton W. Liverpool Manchester C. Mlddlesboro Tottenham H. Manchester U. Arsenal Aston Villa Chelsea Preston N. E. Blackburn R. Bradford C. Sunderland .23 Hudderslleld T...24 ShefBeld U.....26 Oldham A. ..23 Derby C.......23 Bradford......23 6 46 25 30 5 45 28 30 5 41J21 29 6 40 35 29 I 7 39 30 28 6 35 28 28 4 8 51 32 26 1 7 43 38 26 8 7 34 31 24 4 10 40 42 24 7 S 26 36 23 4 10 36 .14 22 8 S 34 33 22 6 S 31.J3 20 8 "9 27 37 20 5 IS 20 30 19 9 13 22 46 17 8 12 23 57 14 9 12 17 33 13 4 15 26 49 Big Suits Against BATAVIA, N. Y., Jan. snlts for damages aggregating 1200.- 000 against Jack Dempsey, champion pugilist, and Jack Kearns, Dempsey's manager, were filed here today by Frank P. Spellman, a former show- man. SpeHing, alleging that he intro- duced Dempsey. into monon pictures, asks as his share of the pro- fits in pictures In which Denpsey has appeared and for personal .services. BASKETBALLERS GO TO CARDSTON Owing to the gymnasium at Card- ston being in use Friday night Leth- brldge hoopers will play there tonight Instead of tomorrow night. This is Ing at the rink yesterday evening was, a lemgue g8me aad the local hoopers the receipt by Mr. T. Prentice, of the. Bt ,t a mre whlch wm mean news by wire from Kamloops, that three ,tnlight wins. Lethbridge going south hospital there tor some months, died yesterday. BELLEVUE JUNIORS TRIM HILLCREST BY" NINE TO THREE SCORE (Prom Our Own Correspondent) BELLEVTJB, Jan. hockey match between tbe Bellevuo Juniora and the Hillcrest Juniors ended in a win for Bellevue to the tune of nine to three. Hillcrest promised to do better when the Bellevue boys go to tHlllcrest. The officials of the West Canadian Collieries, Bellevne, expect to ba able to land tho prize offered for the win- ners ot the hockey game to be played at Blainnore on Thursday. A good crowd Is expected to be on hand and root for the boya. this afternoon ive George Young, Percy Irwin, C. Snow, Frank Cope and A. Green. Merlin Steed will join tbe team at Cardston. COMPLAINS ABOUT THE TREATMENT GIVEN TO TABER HOCKEYISTS BLAIRMORE. Alberta, January 19th, The Editor, Lethbrldge Daily Herald. Dear would be obliged if you would permit me to express my views English Division P. W. D. L. F. A. Pt. .23 14 .23 12' .23 12 .23 12 .24 13 .23 10 .23 9 .24 10 23 S .23 9 .23 9 .23 8 Birmingham Bristol C. Cardiff C..... South Shields Blackpool West Ham U. Notts Forest Leeds TI. Notts County Clapton Orient Bury..... Port Vale Wolv'hamton W.23 10 Rothcrham C. .25 7 Leicester C.....23 S Stoke........23 8 Hull Barnsley......23 Fiilham.......23 Sheffield W.....24 Coventry C.....22 Stockport C. ..23 6 48 23 31 4 30 16 31 4 36 20 31 6 41 S3 7 31 25 7 SI 15 26 7 34 27 25 9 2C X 25 7 30 24 24 6 8 26 27 24 5 9 32 31 23 7 8 S3 3Z 23 3 10 31 32 23 9 9 23 36 23 E 9 25 32 22 5 10 31 27 21 S 9 8 23 29 21 5 10 8 24 24 20 7 6 10 21 30 20 5 5 14 18 35 15 4 6 12 18 46 14 3 4 16 21 54 10 English Division P. W. D. L. F. A. Pt. .24 13 .22 12 .23 11 .22 13 .24 IS Crystal Palace Swlndon T. Southampton Watford Mi'.lwall A. Queen's Park R..23 11 Merthyr T. Luton Town Northampton Swansea T. Plymouth A. Exeter. C..... Grimsby T. Bristol Rovers Southend U. -.24 8 "Brighton H.A..24 7 Newport C. ..22 ..23 9 ..23 10 ..23 ..23 ..S3 Portsmouth Norwich C. Brentford Reading Gillingham .28 .22 .22 .23 .23 .22 6 36 21 31 4 49 27 30 4 38 17 30 6 38 20 29 5 25 IS 23 7 37 19 27 5 30 20 26 5 37 37 24 9 31 36 24 6 27 32 24 5 22 16 23 6 25 19 23 5 10 27 84 21 4 10 30 37 20 4 12 23 3P 20 6 11 26 39 20 3 11 25 37 19 6 S 9 25 26 28 4 10 8 17 25 18 6 6 11 21 38 18 7 3 13 27 35 17 3 6 13 19 60 12 7 10 5 13 6 11 S Scottish League P. W. D. L. F. A. Pt. Rangers......26 22 3 1 63 18 48 Celtic........26 20 3 Farttck Thistle..26 14 6 Mothemrell Jit 19 7 8 8 3 Hearts Dundee Airdrieonians Morton Third Lanark Hibernians Queen's Park Aberdeen Ayr United 13 .27 12 .26 11 .27 11 .27 9 11 .26 12 .27 10 3 51 18 43 6412534 6 56 32 33 7 43 35 32 7 35 27 30 8 47 37 30 7 49 33 29 4 10 62 38 28 6 11 37 42 26 NO BETTER BAROMETER OF A CITY'S TRADE CAN BE FOUND THAN THE CLASSIFIED COLUMN OF ITS LEADING PAPER The Herald is the medium of the local field and com- mands the con- idence of territory. No other agent could do the work as quickly as The Herald Want Ad way and bring such sat- results. TRY ONE cent, a 6 iiuer- tiont for the price of 4. PHONE 337 PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Wo raakn switches, transformations. Irani your combings. Switches an Sahviiy Iltiir factory, v-'ardstoli, Alta. DENTIST____________t DR. O. J. UOUUTICK Dentist, furroer. ly at Lothbridge, has located at ti79 Granville St.. Vancauver. B. C, Phone 3cy. 'J300. Opposite Hud- son's Bay Co. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Appointments Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. 28-26 REPLIES! Replies have been received for the follow- ing Box Numbert: OWNERS OF BOXES PLEASE CALL FOR THEIR ANSWERS NOTICE NEWS AND MEWS Reading is the greatest factor in edu- cation. Get all you can out of tho But be sure your wisdom is perfect. It may not distress you now but tho longer you neglect your eye sight the more seriously it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet ter see us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 5th St. S. OppoDita the Empres Phone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 .27 .27 .27 HEAVY PENALTIES FOR 'THROWING GAMES COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 20_lm- prltonmeflt of from one se. five years and a fine ef for pro- fessional baseball players who ac- cept bribes to throw games Is pro- vided In bill Introduce! In the Ohio legislature yesterday by Rep- resentative Green of Mahonlng- county. Farmers TRACTOR Kesvlre It will to your Intw te try US. We hare up-to-date BfaoKM flfcop am) flnt eta's Machinists. In enoa workmanship Tractor Cylinders regroant and (Uteri witk piston anl rings NTVEN BROS. Ave. Mime 1712 through the medium of your paper on Albion Hovers a so-called hockey game play-] Clyde...... od by Coleman and Taber at Coleman j Raith Rovers on January 18th. To begin with I Kilmarnock may state that the tactics used bylFalkirk.......27 the Coleman team, backed up by so-called referee, were a downright: Clydebank.....27 disgrace to British St. Mirren ..26 7 7 24 10 .27 10 ,27 S Times innumerable the Tabor srere fouled, but tho referee Dumbarton 8 10 9 52 52 26 9 10 27 30 25 9 11 30 44 23 9 12 41 47 23 3 12 33 38 22 2 IS 35 43 22 6 13 37 51 22 9 12 40 49 21 9 12 24 40 21 4 12 11 30 43 20 6 3 17 35 54 16 6 3 20 26 68 13 ARMSTRONG'S PLAYING IN AUSTRALIA FINE; THREE CENTURIES SCORED Throughout the whole game It obviously apparent to all the fans r.hat the chief ambition of tbe Coleman team was a direct elfort to put as many of the Taber boys, hors-de-com- bat In the shortest possible amount of time, and believe me, sir, they were not disappointed in their objec- tive. boys used Lord Nelson's remark, "that be did not and judge at play was not there. As a resldtnt of the ir.iu Crow's, Nest a stern advo- those o Armstrong, 112 KeUe- car.e of British fairly, I am j Jg.1 sorry that such a deal should Q( Annstro yesterday wa, the been handed out to mi ou.side teanv gnelt ercr Been ,n At tne ,vl; I close ot the day's play, England had ADELAIDE, Jan. Canadian Associated complet- ed its second innings in the third cricket match with England here today and scored the line total of 582. The innings saw three centuries scor- ..i.. i never helessMf. the laber boys tlirouis.i can you that I when they meet tho Blairmore team at Taber on Friday, they will realize that at least one in the notorious Pass that can play the and play It square. Thatiklng yon sir, I remain, Yours for fair play, f, W. THORPE. lost one wicket for 68. CALGARY YOUTH KILLED Kdgar D. Hawthorne, 22 years, born In Cnlsary, died on January 13th In Toronto froc received irom a puck. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA- EXTItACT FROM RULES RBLATiNG TO PRIVATE BILLS J17. All petitions (or Private Bills snail bo in duplicate anil shall be delivered to the Clerk of the Houses, not later than the 10th day before the opening day of the Session. 319. All applications for Private E'.Us, properly the subject of LuRislatlon fcy the Legislative 'Assembly of Alborta within tha purview of "The British North America Act, whether for the erection of a bridge, the making of a railroad, tramway, turnpike road, telegraph or telephone line, the con- struction or improvement of a harbor, canal, lock, dam, slide or other like work; the granting of a right of ferry, the incorporation of any particular trade or calling, or of any Joint stock company; or otherwise for granting to any individual or Individuals, any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges: whatever, or for doing any matter or thing, which in its operation wouk) affect the rights of property of other parties, or relate to class of the community; or for mazing any amendment OF a like nature to any former Act, shall require a BOtice, clearly and distinctly specifying the nature and object of the application, and where the application refers to any pro- posed work. Indicating generally the location of the work, and signed b> or on behalf of tbe applicants, such notice to be published, during font weeks, fcMwem the- of the next preceding notice and the time of the consideration of the Petition, In four issues of The Alberta Gazette, and on? other newspaper published In English and not later than ten days before the opening day'of the Session, two copies of the said Bill with the marginal inserted shall be placed by applicant In tbe bands of the Clerk of the House, whose duly it shall be to get the taM Bill printed forthwith. JW. A copy of the notice with a statutory declaration of publication advertisement, shall be sent by the parties inserting such notice to the Clerk of the House, aot later than ten days before the opening day of the session, which notice shall be died in the ofiue of the Clerk of the House. m. Every applicant for a Private Dili shall deposit with the Clerk of the Hovse ten days prior to the meeting of the House, a receipt front the Provincial Treasurer (or a sum of two hundred if the said Bill does not exceed ten and ten dollars additional for each page over that number, and for the purpose of tbia Eule four handrail and fifty words shall he 'held to constitute a page, and If such Bill is not deposited by the time above specified, applicant shall in addition to the sum of two hundred dollars pay the sum of five dollars for each and every day which Intervenes between the said tenth day before the meeting of the House and the date of the filing of the BUI with the Clerk, up to the day of opening. 313. For each day after the opening of the Session, the applicant shall pay tn addition to the foregoing charges the aum of ten dollars for each and every day up to the tenth day of the Session, 324. In, addition to the foregoing charges, the applicant shall pny from the tenth day to the twentieth day of the Session for each and every day a further sum of fifteen dollars, After the expiration of twenty days from tlio opening of the House. the aforesaid amounts, together with en extra penalty of one hundred dollars. and m case of a Bill Incorporating a company a receipt from the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies for fees as teed by law for the registration ol Joint Stock Companies. 328. Before any petition praying for leare to bring in a bill for the construction of railways, tramways or canals, or for changing the route of the railway, or canal of any company, already incorporated, i'i received by the House, the person or persons petitioning for such Bills, ahal! deposit with the Clerk the following documents: 329. A map or plan upon a scale of not !sss lian one inch to three miles showinc the location upon which it l'itenrte-1 to construct Mn proposed work, and showing also the lines of existing or authorized works of a similar character within a radius of thirty milea from the location of the proposed works or any pert thereof are intended to be constructe'l, such map or plan to be signed by the engineer or other party -making tlio same. Also a general description of the nature, extent and proposed char- acter of the contemplated works, and an estimate of the probable cost thereof. 330. All Private Bills for Acts of incorporation of or in amendment of Acts incorporating railway companies shall in the Model Bill attached to these Rules, copies of which may obtained from the Clerk of the House. 331. The provisions contained In any Bill which are not in accord will] the Model Bill, shall be inserted. between brackets, and when revised hy the proper officer shall be so printed, and Bills which are not in accordance1 with this Rule shall be returned to the promoters to be re-cast before boins revised and printed. 332. Any sections of existing Acts which arc proposed to be amended shall be reprinted in full with the amendments inserted In their proper places and between brackets. 334. All Private Bills for Acts ot Incorporation shall be so framed as to incorporate by reference the clauses of the EuiiTal Acts relating to the details to be provided for by such Bills. Special grounds shall bo establishefl for any proposed departure from this principle, or for the introduction of other provisions aa to nch details and a note shall bo appended to the Bill, indicating the nnvvMons thereof, in which ths general Act It] proposed to be departed from: are not framed in accordance with this Rule shall be re-cut by tka> and reprinted at their expense butoro any vpni the clansee. US. When tmf BUI tor connrmlnt; any patent or agreement presented to the HOUM, a certified copy of such letters or agreement mun: be attached to It. JOHN IL COWELL, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly Uite advertisement wiUwut authority will PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suita Acadia Block. Phone 1616. OSTEPATHlt: DR. J. E. HORNING, OSTBOPATHIC PHYSICIAN 316-18-20 Sherlock Bldir. Hours and bf appointment Phone PRIVATE HOSPITALS______ THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital. 1224 7th Ave. S., Letbbridge; Phone 746. Accommodation for sur- gical, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-privatu rooms. Rates 533.00 and ?3a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Vau Haarlem, superin- tendent. HJIIG MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupjls ed fox the examinations of tbe Royal Academy and Royal College ol Music, London. England. r 100 per cent, year successful. MRS. W. H JOHNSON-rTeacher of Piano and Theory. Pupil- prepared for the Toronto Conservatory of Music exams if desired. Annual spiln? recital Studio, 1233 5th Are. A, douth. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE in dry cleaning We are the oldest In the city We ase the genuine French system, which cov- ers tvery spot and eliminates slble Injury to garments, giving high results Special attention to work. 384 6th Street South. Phone IS12 Collect nnd deliver. OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st Ave. and 10th ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Electric Light and Power Contractors Phone 1332 5th St. S. Lethbrldge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of. dardston Temple PIANO TUNING G. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer: 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. 'Assn., London. England. References to the leadinR musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 627' 10th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY ASSOCIATION OF "ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34. Veterans ilesirolis of joining tbe above association, can obtain in- formation .and application forma from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. 0. Box No. 6, Lethbrldge. GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns ed. gun work done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired', bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any lipht machinery repaired: lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. Macilonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, 6th iStreet, opposite Herald Office. DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors, Fanerhangers and Painters; Kalsomininc, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established In Lethbridge. Res. phone 1472; office pltone 1752. Sherlock Bldg., Leth- bridge, Alberta. A. Decorating and Paperhanging. Phone 690. 611 8th Avenue South. 117-0 E. L. Copeland E. R. Kent Phone 1903. Phone THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating and Paperhangiiis a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 516 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON -SfiS DECORATOR Established 1903 Thirty-Svii years' experience tn Exterior and Interior Decorating 867 llth Street South Estimates free. Res. phone 110! ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Oflice: Conybearc Block. Phonos 711 and 1065. 31-25 THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under 12 Kindergarten. Greenham, B. A.; Margaret E. Greenham. formerly ot Harcrsal College, Toronto. 16-26 Any HAW Mt be paid. Gurney-Oxford Furnaces EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITI11NG FREEL ELUOTT Rheet Metal Warkare I3t Plinne I'll WINTER RADIATORS Why not have your Automo" bilo Radiator Re-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in auii let us tell you about it. or ask someone baa ono. They STAND UP, ANDY The Radiator Man Ave. S. Behind Silver Grill. L. D. S. Publications AT CARDSTON I. M. COOMBS Deierit Agent Doris I. COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING, PRINTING, HOME-PORTRAITURE, ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;