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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ire DAILY HKrut.n. JANUARY [VBRINGING UP FATHER By G. Me Man us OH' THERE HE qCtt> L "f IV- BE A.IN-OUT IN TM6 I ,O VJOftCl} ALt -J L, TOLO ME TO TE.UL "fOO HE WILL. NOT BE HOME HE it DOT cf TOWN- THE SHERIFF lt> WITH Deoipsey was driving rivets In a shipyard at home. That Kearus Is already beilculnj to (eel the sling from the mou ero "over over there" is shovu by a guarded statement made Ijy a Sau Francisco ilght writer, who concludes his article by saying: "All of which probatly meant that Kvarna himself hai mutch will not take placo in America, but In Sontl- iiient In the United Stales will hardly bo strong euougU to preveut auch a. match in l.ouijon, though (here Is that possibility as well. Dcmysey looks to have a tough row to hoe." in Toronto IB 12 The price of a email loaC ol bread IN OF Prizes for Bonspiel (By J. S. K.) The Bonspiel Gets Off to Good Start; Several Nip And Tuck Contests, Feature Wo read wllh some cousidora! pleasure Iho letter Sherwoul lieu... met wrotu lo Die Calgary Albortiu I Tilc uiS Spiel Is nicely underway ind have noted (he Editori i while tho attenilaiico breaks no thereto. records, It la equally as good A3 prev- Crows N-pt Pass Curling As lolI5 years. soclatlon at their annual meeting in i Some feature games were- pulled a year ago decided to yesterday. Peal and Young, Carberry [adopt the plan ot giving Individual and Siiyiler tangled In 13 enders will" 'cups wllh each trophy as the- local skips coming through wllh and this for all five open couiuotl-la win In each case. lious. It Is being done this year, and from the r-xnressions ni nnintons Hamilton-Simpson game -was n 0( reversal tn 0 ,e revrsa n >mvo heard, it will continue so nud tornl snown at (he oth cnd, Hamilton what is nioro we think U will be ex- was down 10 to 4 bul he ended to all Uie usual priies, to gathcr a fcw loose ones for minis and fourths, email shields for nnd in (he next, six cuds THINK OF IT YE TENNIS PLAYERS CANNES, Franco, Jan. Miss Elizabeth. Rynn, tho American tennis player, and Dr. J. G. Hltchle, tho'Kng- Hsh veteran, today defeated Mile, Suz-' aunc Leugte-Q, the French champion, and M. Albarran, by a score of G-l und 4-3, in, the open tennjs tournament vrhich Is being held here this week. In Australia Too V. N. S. W., Jau. or some such Idea. It is n good Idea and 0110 thai Lively Contest Ended Wilh ihc Score Sfanrling- Nine To Three Against Visitors of s, r variety. Tbo lhe Eame. meats with approval from sportsman that playa the gamo lor helng of the spectacula local crew here came to tho rescue still 1 Tlle winning the hard fought etrus- look rubber Irom dangerous ground "lc evcn 'rattle of skill, is what keeping after the Macleod goal, the all that It tUe best of winter sports. We venture to difJer with ye sport- lug scribe, and to say that it's not the prl7.es [hat bring HID curlers from far and near lo spend days on end with only a couple of minutes to go, gain notched tiie Macleod net. Scores Macleod 1. Lethh-idgo 2. Second Period In the second stanza the locals look- In lhe first District Hockey League jamo played here, Iho local stick- handlers won easily from their old hockey rivals, tho .Macleod sextette, score, 9-3. Carrying the puck Into Macleod territory right at tho start of tho fracas, they the Macleod defence on the lump all through the game, and looked like wloners all the way. A crowd of about 300 turned out In splto ol Ois frosty weather, nnd every erne of them we.re well satistied with the- brand of hpcrkey they were shown. All are agreed that tho local speed merchants aro the classiest seen here for a long time and arc certain they will etlr things up in tbs District League. .The Macleod squad, with "Spud" Murphy at their head, were not dis- graced, even if the scoro was some- what lopsided. Marlon and Raymond were (heir downfall to a large degree. Tbey couldn't penetrate the wall these two men placed In front of tho local net. Sutherland also assisted lu their downfall by blocking every possible shot and a that bordered on the Impossible. The combination woik ol tho Macleod team showed a lack ol practice, failure to handle passes be- ing shown, but it uiust be said that with more practice In this lino they will make tilings Interesting for the best of tho league, as they showed more Inclination to this style ot pia? than the home talent. neber, Boucher. Marlon nun Suther- 'and showed up strong for lhe local squad. Roberts individual rushes car- ried him up tho fee and through thu Macleod defense tltne and again, and Ihe four goals scored by him were molnly the result of hlj Individual work. Tho stick-handling of Boucher tensive for a while, and there wore bonspiollng. It's tho Joy of battle- end tlte ever surging hopo tiat some day their particular dug or thfir ed like minimum cyclones. They car ried the Maclood baektleld off tlielr PUCk IE locals territory. After 10 minutes grand agg, ot the hottest kind ot work. Hcberisome othcr jft, againi pushed one through McDonald's i their name will he engraved ess for tho tnfrd tally. After another anil stand [or nlt one or two minutes ol fast work, the Mac- ,he immortals ot curllDgu-om. 1 have leort goal guardian gave tho locals an- yet to bear a curler say, "1 won a other tally by caroming a r.hot by Ted i Cnt glass bowl, I won a clock or n Turcotta Into his own net. Turcotte I ciuh but I have heard their luiclMcOlllte notched another ono each Oid 05 their chests puck- In Iho ohree mliiutee of play, both ered 'out and they with all assuming being the result of short passes and: modesty say, "You'll find my John and in scored a 3-7-3-2. remark that enders are bad for the "morals." The draws for today are: WEDNESDAY DRAWS i Macleorf Trophy Llphardt McNabb Chalmers Moffnti Youcg Kciver UUCS loll i-.. u. next, six cuds 11'atterson, the Australian tennis ex- heard some one nerl, beat A. n. Klngscote of Great Britain, In their singles match today in. the Davis tennis tournament, the score being 6-1, 6-4 and 8-6. The con- test was begun yesterday but was postponed on account ot rain after each player had won a game. This assures the relenllon of the Davis cup 7n tho other singles match today, Anderson, Jhe young Australian slar, defeated A. H. Lowe ot Great Britain, 0-4, 0-7, 6-3, 4-0 and 1-6. Grand Challenge snappy work around the Macleod net. Hero "Spud" Murphy felt called upon to show hi3 old-timo speed and by n series of Individual rushes carried rubber away from tho net and make a whirlwind attack on the home flags. Marion and Raymond wtra waiting for him, however, and Ihe rsE'jlt his labors was only a couple of long shots which Sutherland handled eas- ily. Wilh tho puck again in Macleod territory, Turcotte sent In his second goal for tho period after IS minutes of play. After the face-off, Macleod took the rubber Into tho locals' sec- tion ot the ice and were Irving des- perately, the period ending with Suth- erland agilii making a nic.e stop. Third Period After fli minutes of very fast r.nfi even work, Boucher took the puck from mid-Ice and stretched Ihe Mac- leod net for tally No. Si After eome _ fast work by their forward line, tbo' ona with a claw on Henry on tho grand challenge cup for 19 'steen." That a how they feel. Suro the prizes aro nice ant1 useful we- have won them hut it i the cup on the mantel piece (hat wo cocked our eye at zi-.l sr.ld, "Hoy Of course the prizes Rre nice, and ootno in handy. We won a clock once, It never went'except twice and that's when It 'Vent" from Ibc prize win- dow to our bureau, and then one night Rn old tomcat came and did a, "Romeo" under our bedroom window] about 3 px, we got up aala clock "went" straight at that serenading puss, and fact all to bits. We mean the clock's. We also won an umbrella once, on-3 of those kind that -work wllh a but- ton, that Is that's what )ho maker" claim for it. We always opened this Macleod crew put In two tallies after 3 and 1C minutes of play. The local squad wore content to play on tiie de- fensive for a while, and there wore -was the classy feature ot his work, j-iome great arguments over the puck Coupled with his speed, he was a cini stant worry' to 1ho Maclcorl Colored Fighter Demands And Gets Same Service :is White Men in Mexico SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Jan. .lack Johnson, once heavyweight boi Ing champion ol (ho world, has ac- quired a certain social status In. fco, C. L. Gardner, of Hot Springs Arks., today (old the senate Eubcom investigating the Mexican rit I uation. I Johnson did It wllh the assislnnce ;of a group ot armed Carranza army officers, the witness explained. Johnson, Iho witness Kild, in July, entered an American-owned i drug store and demanded service In -SPENCE BROS. TAXI and Country Trips Heated Cars. Phones OH AUTO LIVERY Special Service on Country Trips Phones 787 Residence 1210 Stirred Up in Amer- ican Legion Brings Korth Words From Manager 2 P.M. Trites Wood day Ju the spring wo look it out for A trial run, a rainy Sunday, thought we closed It when we Inside tha church but it sure put It] all over us, that kind of bumber Murpiiy..... Sior.......... Kirk......... McPhce...... Andrews..... Goal H. Def. .L. Centre H. Wing L. Sub 1st Macleod, 11 mins.; Leth- bridge. 13 tnlns., IS mlns. 2nd 10 mlns., 1! mine.. H mins.. IS rains., 1? tnins 3rd S mins.. iO mlns.: v 17 mlns Jack Taylor handled tho afalti5t. his 'iia thanks i line. To say ihat Marion Is a j pieca ot Individual work scored mau to get around Is not otiough. Time- final tally of the game, and again ho broke up the combinv The line-up: tion work of the Macleod forward line Macleod. and kept the puck out of tho inmo territory. Hi3 knowledge of oackfhld work was very evident in his throughout (he entire game. Suther- land In goal called on to czcend blinEelt and he rose to tho occasion almost Invariably, only n few ot the hardest getting by him. Ted Turcotto and Ultly Ucndoi'son played a strong game on the forward lino for Iho home squad. Hcnflcrsyn showed lo advantage in battling for the puck. Tnrcoltc annexed a couple of goals on nice shots and was in Iho gamo all tho way. "Spud" Murphy showed flashes of that carried htm down Iho Ice-. anil was from scoring only by tho hard checking ol the back line. Lcvasaeur and Andrews played a strong game throughout for the Windy City crew, both showing n world of ftpee'J and some nice- stick- work. First Period Starting with n ruah that carrle.l them arounij the enemy's and Rouchcr gavo the Macleod goalie a mriil iiiinutes, hut ho proved a stone wall and no rcore re-suited from the altaek Soir took tho nuck out of a scnnnble n.nd Implied to the local net and Sutherland was calioil on to cave n co'iplo of hot shots from tho I Macleod FUCKS. Alter 11 minutes oti play, notched Hie first of the game. The locals again look ilie puck info Macleor! territory anil caus- ed the MnclcoJ liacktioltl a lul worry'. Tho locals KIM! a ot men on tho penalty bench, and VMS- peels looked pood for tiiicitl'.or M c- 3eod goal. Rcber came on far.r-j Rfter a couple ol minuics' am! by a nice pieco ot work liultfe'i the "Macleod net for Uie first tally. IvJadecKl ag.iln look tlie disc iiuo local Held and Sutherland was Jgain in mid-ice. After 17 minutes of play. I shoots usually do. Wo got Blcely down Jleber look the rubber and by a great aislo with it in our hand like tho Ltthbrldne. Sutherland .Raymond ......Marlon .T. Turcotle Henderson Boucher McOillli! cano when the organ opened reminded (lie shoot ot eomo- thing it had forgotten and it up at our feet. U'o -stepped right into fourteen ribs and Us back- bone, anrl made that mercerized rot- ton look like a peek-n-boo v.aiiit That disgusted Ms with prizes. Wo nrc ;il] In favour of medals or shields and v.e think all the other real curl- ers arc to. Wo won't throw them ni cats or take tinjm to ii forlunale enough to win them they would ho senile reminder that In our day we tussled -with the good carters Crumblsy Ltpharrtt Aird Keiver Grand Challenge McXabh Mcllurncy tha division, waitress informed Tho American Johnson It waa to against the orders ol the place serve negroes. Johnson left with tbo threat "make trouble." Tie relumed, ac- companied by white Mexican women and array officers. The olficers com- pelled the attendant (o fill Johnson's order. One ot the owners of the store was called to tho lablo by Hie otfkors, Gardner said, and, with pistols dis- played, made him shake hands wilh Johnson and embrace him. Johnson is a real estate One of, his (By Will 0. Mac Ilac.) When It is lime tor explanations II is always too late. Jack Kearns anil Jack Dempscy, in ihcse early spring day- realize that fact. American Legion posts throughout j f the country, feeling out the pulse off lhe Ibonsands who fougbl are working up sentiment' against Inn Dompsey-Carpentler fight being held In the United States or near Us borders. Resolution's against the match are daily springing up. Ail an! bearing fruit, If one but follows Iho dully prints. The first big result came out from New Jersey and its boxing com- missions. Yor a time Ilie two Jacks assumed tho attitude of "let 'em howl their heads off" while they were bask- ing in the 'gohlen-drearn-visiou of n million-dollar purse. Tills N'ew Jer- sey boxing commission, right or wrong, deserves credit for being n lot of frank gentry. Wortls were not minced when Ihey lold the world, to use an army way of making an em- phatic statement, that Dempsey was not wanted In that state. That old saw about dripping water! wearing away a stone, seems to hold good wilh the two Jacks. It finally j drove Jack Kearns Into'giving voice in a howl of protest. The .clamor got under his hide. With the alii ot n Han Francisco member of the draft board, Kearns comes forth with a statement showing why Jack Eey wasn't a sisckor lij dodging into a shipyard, and that Ilie heavy.veignt j helped wit tho war, because he sold several large bundles of war loan bonds. The manager also lays stress upon the (act that Dempsey, while employed ns a riveter, often appeared in public In boiing entertainments for raising funds (or soldiers. These ex- hibitions were held 3000 miles away from the Tenders front. Yet every little Mere is what Kearns has to say about Dempsey: "Thoso who arc charging Dompsey with being a 'slacker' hecauso ho worked In lhe helped to raise nearly J10U.OOO for Iho vari- ous war overreached themselves charges, for by that contention they aro smudging the reputation ot every other exempted man who served tho nation HddEe Berger Joe Flensteln CITY TAX! SERVICE DAY AND MIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone 1B5B, Office 409 3rd Avt, Lethbrldge, Alberta. Ride In a McLaughlln Special, It costs no more. How Is Your APPETITE? Maybe you need a stimulant. If you do you should take exer- is the best cierciso "you can have for the appetite. Try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Baiement, Dominion Bldg. Entrhnce oa Sixth. Street.-i-. Simpson Briyd Yesterday's Icms: Walker I results ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth StS. iysre Rs won our games. This Is not exacily a pr-rsonal one we ihlnk that all curlers think unto them- some, selves when couriering tho mailer. were few for his part In the nlght'E I SUPERBAS AT JACKSONVILLE hoitililicE There was some kicking' surprise was felt when nealn't his work hut he was corKtlnlyj 'Icnt Cbnrlca II. Kbhets of lhi> Brook- j Irvine and refcrccd a very fair game: lv> Xadonal bascimll cluh.i -ml kftit it clean ot dirty lactli'S at; nnnonncod tiinl his SuperbM would' 1 'train again at Jacksonville. Fla. Oilier places had been discnsseil, but Jacksonville proved a.T'irfactory in tho epring of 191S, and It had the cail for a repeat. The New York American? will nbo train at Fir.'l exiilbiliom thrro rind Tritss-Wood 12; Tnbcr 2, 8 Chalmers. 10; pcal, 6. Simpson, 10; Hamilton, K. Walker Airrl. ID; Clark. Sj McNabb. 12; I'ur'KF, 6. Shepliord. 10. Grant! Challenge. Chalmers, 1ft; Uoyd. S. McKenzIo, 10; Klrkliam. 7. Cnrlierry. K; Snjxlor, 12, Kiikririm, in Pent. 10; 1'arks. 7, 1- S. YOUNG HECTOR GOT DECISION SEATTLE, Wcsh., Jan. 20 Young Hsclor, light heavywelnlit of Brimortori, won a deci- sion over Jim Flynn, of Pueblo, Colo., In fl six-round bout, thi hesdllns event of an American Le- gion omoker here latl nlcht In honor of General Perilling. BENNY LEONARD AND JOHNNY DUNDEfe TO MEET YORK, Jan. Leonard, world's lightweight chonlplon, and ,'ohnny Dundee of New York, meet In an eight- round bout In Jersey City, Febru- ary 9, it was announced tonight. No decisions .ire permitted In Ntw Jersey, OTI tho home wllh CHANGE STOCK EXCHANGE BYLAWS nf Lit lo real osch finite resolution fTlf.! l.ff Jan. .1 Mont- dm in Ihr; to riul- m'-town hoiisfs whr-i-cby tiio latter permitted to have ordnra execut- ed here n! the rate nf one-eighth o! one per cenl. Here-alter and effective lo-Jay, the charge will be 1'cnt. 12; 11. Horchmer, 13; Taber i, 1. RELEAOED ATJD REARRESTEO YOtK. J...... 20. Within weuly-foin !i' .nfinr he. nod been elra.'cd S...M bail on charge a llalrllhurioii wood alcohol which '.lunotl nr.-tri; n hunilred fleathy In Connecticut, list d'.Vmbrn-'r, -.vag rearrested and ield wllhnii! t.nll todny for tlio l.ir- 'FLU CASES IN CHICAGO nno-qunrtPP liublfo AMd u ''no per tu l'.U Uwkcra alike. reportfjtl lo tli ioilny nearly nf last year'.i 13 UM 3tf ct ;ty health dc'partn the high point rpl'lcmlc. In 24 hours d now cnsea wilh tho same afflicted 227 par- served It so nobly by working anil day In the essential Industries so that (he war could 'be brought to speedy and successful conclusion." It listens well, jrot if I know thing of the Eoldler, tie always against Ibis pair, advertisements addressed I "colored people" advises them to own us good aa another and it is not no other reason than tins: Carpentler your color that counts." Electric Welding CAR REPAItllNS Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Opp. Lelhbrtdga Hotel Phone 1544 We Have Instilled a Full Equip, mcnt for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all make: of etn. Expert Hot Air Forrari Work, FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal 336 6th St. South Phont 1711 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Aifurris Bipck' 151Ti ,Sireet 74, GENERAL REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS. By Experienced SERVICE FORD TIRES AGENCY STORAGE ALL WORK 19 GUARANTEED Q. F. WILSON, W. TULLOCH ;