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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB UtTHBRlPOB DAILY HE? PAGENRNt riMDAf, JANUARY ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS IS STILL CHAMPION MEWS IMPETE I Effort WTO Be Made to Oqpn- lie Proriadal ship Series j 1 EDMONTON. Jan. M Iwys' ra some ot the prorrocla.1 Mgh schools are anxious tnat the Alberta Btskot association should ar- range tor a high school championship and to orfler to test the raster OBt Secretary George Parney, 70! XeLMd Block, Edmonton, will be glad to reeolre Hkroe permission to enter nch a Iwne, from High OThool teams throoghout the prov- teee. Such applications should aeeora- faiift by a letter of approval ot the schane from (he principal ot tho High: school concerned, stating Us willing-1 that the team should enter inch a series and giving his backing to the financial aspeets involved in an admission fee of and in guar-1 I Htteelng the expenses of the visiting teams hi the various games arranged I for the nlay-off, I i Applications will be received until Wednesday, January 2Gth, when the j i 'basketball association will decide as j to whether there is sufficient demand for the drawing up of a schedule. REFUSED BIG SUM FOR J-AfclNG GELDING Defer Election Of Officer, for WfciU Th. Korth LeUibrldie United toot- ball held mwUm la meat of tehool Wednoa- day Dlcht. Tlu meeting wai called (or of officers but tali deferred. tMrtner arnumeumnU were for a dance and entortainmont In Burjnuum'i ball on January 28th. TRANSFER HOCKEY PLAYERS TORONTO, Jan. National Hockey League executive waa In ilon hern all day yesterday. Last night the following transfers of play-, 1 era announced: BC have soU Boach to Hamilton and Cul- ly WitaOB to Canadieni. Cleghorn has signed with St. Patricks and will report next Monday. Broad- i bent. It li laid, may go to Hamilton. EMPLOYMENT BUREAU FOR GOLF CADDIES Benny Leonard, who retains the world's lightweight championship by defeating Richie Mitchell. 1 SOUTHERN ALBERTA BASKETBALL LEAGUE STANDING PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 21 At the annual meeting ot the golf assocaltlon ot Philadel- phia, it waa decided to organize an employment bureau for cad- dies. Aa effort w'll be made to eliminate the "tramp" caddy who journeys from links to links "making a nuisance of himself goes." 1 CLEVELAND, Jan. offer ot thirty thousand dollars fnr Prinea Lorce, sal dto be a record-holder in I pacing gelding class, was refused by Captain David B. Shaw, it was learn- ed today. Prince Lores is said to the world's double-gaited champion. His pacing mark for a mile Is two min- utes Oat and his trotting mark He will be raced on the grand cir- cuit again this season, Capt. Shaw said. W. 8 1 1 1 Pet. .666 .500 .500 .333 i AMERICAN GOLFERS TO VISIT GREAT BRITAIN PITTSBCRG, Jan. are being niafle here by William C. Fownes. junior, former United States itleholder, for the trip of toilers to Great Britain Lethbridgo Raymond Stirling Cardston Thursday Night's Results Cardston, 20; Letlvbrldge, 16. Next Games Stirling at Raymond, Jan. 26. Cardston at Jan. 27. TAXING NEW YORK RACING ASSOCIATIONS ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. state tax ot 12 per cent, on gross gate re- ceipts of all racing associations in New York slate Is proposed In a bill introduced yesterday by Assembly- man Charles Batts. He pointed out in Introducing the bill that the Ontario racing associa- tions are taxed a day for each day. AT ITS BEST I The strongest com- I I pliment aver paid to j Scott's Emulsion! I is the vain attempts at I I imitation. Those I I" who take cod-liver 1Wk oil at its best, take Scott't MAKZHl ENGLISH CRICKETERS SUFFERED REVERSE LONDON, Jan. English KHIOIDS (TibtotB or the most prominent golfers In the States will he members of the team. Among them are Chick Evans, Trauci? Ouimet, Bobby Jones, Dave Hcrron. Bob. Gardner, Nelson Whit-' ner. Max Manton and Bert Whet- more. AUSTRALIANS TAKE THREE OUT OF FIVE MATCHES FROM ENGLISH CRICKETERS ADELAIDE, Jan. Caua- dian Associated won the third test match here today by 119 runs from the English team. The Australians haye captured three out of the are test fames. The Bng- liih team in their second innings had to get 4S9 and Hobhs only seemed a match for the Australian bowling. He scored n wonderful 123. the Australian team winning three consecutive victories. In tho first game, played December 17, Australia won by jHS-runa and tho second play- ed December 31, Australia won by 91 runs, while in the third game which was concluded today, Australia won by 119 runs. Sought By Professional Hockey Teams Alone in his prison cell he painted the while the moonlight streamed through the barred window and fell upon the man who had made a mis-step and fallen by the way- side. But a great power reached down into the dark- ness of that- prison and made him a man again, as shown in the .super-production, "THE GREAT iwhich will be staged with magnifi- cent scenic prologue and the Peerless Male Quartette sing- ing vocal accompaniment at the Cblonial neit Monday, Tues- day and Use Soothing Musterole Vfhen those sharp pains go shooting through .your head, when your skull seems aVif it would split. Just rub a little Musterole on your temples and neck. It draws out the inflammation, soothes Muatcrole is a ointment; made with oil of mustard. Better than mustard plaster and does not blister. Many doctors and nurses-frankly recommend Musterole for sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, eongestion.pleurisy.rheuma- tism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted of the chest (it often prevents pneu- It is always dependable. Lionel Connaclier, the Toronto star hockey and lacrosae player, who has j been made tempting offers by the managers of professional hockey i teams to forsake the amateur ranks.' "THE GREAT REDEEMER" IT'S WONDERFUL. MACDONALD Cut Brier More Tobacco lor the Money Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY lockage iiiiiiiimimiiiiiiii Come and be SENSATIONAL FOR THE NEXT TEN DAYS To Make the Last Week of Our Sale the Biggest and Best We Are Putting on the Greatest BARGAIN FESTIVAL Ever Staged Extra in Men's Suits WE HAVE PICKED OUT 75 TWEED AND WORSTED SUITS IN ALL OUR GOOD CLOTHS SOLD REGULARLY AT FROM TO TO GO AT HALF PRICE Men's Overcoats Ulsters, Form-Fit styles and spring and fall weights, all at deep cut prices. Regular for.................... Regular Regular for Regular Regular for............................. Regular for Mackinaws AU wool cloths, in neat patterns and good styles. Regular and Saturday HALF PRICE Sheep Lined Coats Saturday only, to clear at HALF PRICE Wool Gloves.....................9Sc Black and Grey Work Sox, 3 pairs, Braces, pair......................40c Heavy Grey Sox, pair..............4Sc Men s Dress Shoes Gold Bond -and "Just Wright" makes. Reg- ular up to To clear at, "I "I AA pair SUnfieW. Shirts and Drawers Regular garment. Sale price, per AH Wool Pullover Sweaters Regular S9.50. Sale, each Men s Coat Sweaters Regular ;ip to Saturday only, HALF PRICE Moleskin Pants Heavy Grey Work Pants. Sale Fur Coats Dogskin and China Beaver; the real coat for hard wear. Saturday HALF PRICE Rubbers and Overshoes Regular Sale j Regular Sale Regular Sale Regular Sale Fine All Wool Combinations Regular Sale, per suit................ Leather Vests The best value procurable, UP to clear at cost. Grey Work Shirts suit Regular Sale, FRED THAELL 5th St. ;