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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ICAUK THE HK1UT.D, THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, U'20 UP FATHER" By G. McManus If) ClOAT WITHOUT I bREA.Klt-4'A UECt IU_ OE HAPPY -fOO DON'T HOW TO ACTON A CO WATC h WELL-VOU DQN'T HA.VE TO AN s. j IN. IMR SHOE MANUFACTURERS .AND THE TARIFF CjUKBKC, Jan. the numwl convention .of Iho Slioo Munu facturcrs of Canada hero yesterday, j. I'almcr, president of tlrt Harl Bool Shoe company, ait important speech, In tho course of which ho replied to certain wltldsu's vhich had been voiced In tho.houso of during Iho last session to tariff and In which partial- ar'iuentlou )md been made of shoes. !o affirmed tho farmers' platform had .clibemtely misrepresented tho llgnre-s 111 tho census of the shoo luil'Js- :ry and placed tho profit of the uianu 'iietwre.-o at thirty cent, oa tlio otol output. LETKBRIDGE WINS TWO BASKETBALL GAMES AT MAGRATH CARDSTON EXPERIENCES VERY SEVERE STORM 4 senior anil junior basketball teams jour- 's; 11 eyed to yesterday and succeeded in taking bolh games from the Garden .City bnsketbalters. Taylors nnd Coalhurst clash tonight ..-.j p IOQ Dine, iin a ,-lty league hockey fisturc. The. hhover lind bulns 1-B ms Be" championship and (he custody of the Lowest Curling Score on Record Feature of Bonspiel Miners showed a great improvement. of form in their game against the Momstles and are sure to make the Taj lorltes extend themselves, Brave the elements and sec for yourself brand of hockey that is being served up for the dolfeM of the faus. Gatiib at S sharp. Team Falls Down After Good Start" cup. The motion was passed practically nuahimously. The Royal ami Ancient club accented tho motion. The meet- The first round of ihe lhat tho Hockey Results n com- mittee of representative'golfers wilh executive powers. The primary object ot the meeting was to, consider tbe fas throwing list pf entries which back in 1914 throat- 7-6. Contest Between Clark of Lefhbridge and Patterson Man Wilh the of Mac- leod, Wins Thirteen Ender. Wash., Jan. :i burst ot speed in inc the Karons team went intii first place, the jMoore In-others .roHiiiK >n good form. The local duo. Shaver and Kvans finished second, li'j pins be- smm to SU.BU fnc tournailicnt. Since its institution 33 ago the The Calvary team started off-with hang. SlnnKiton gelling ,he sillco Our Own CorresixmrtpntJ X. Jan. Tho heavies' snow storm of the winter came Sun ilny night and Monday. A warn: wave began blowing Saturday nlghl "ami then about 10 am. Sunday a Hud sou l3ay set hi will. the above result Four! ecu inches of snow fell am suow still tylts. Tho Public schoo was adjourned in fhe aflcnioon to the severity ot the storm. The de maud, for will increase nntl those who took tho advice ot the mcnt iu gettlnfe a stock 'on hand vril be among the wise virgins. SPENCE BROS. TAXI City and Couutry-Trips. Heated Cars. orrr AUTO UVERY Special Serrlco on Country Trips' Phonct 787 Reild Country fence 1210 j The services were held While there was some little dlsap- ed in his hat. defeating Young, of poinlment caused hv Ihc Marleoil. ami Parks, of Ulhhridgc. Skill Crumley was not so iforlmmte, of n couple of outside spiel teforo lhc grceu goes merrily along, the eights being McLean-Aiidre-ws-Marnoch-McNabb i reached by six or more rinks in the j rink. five different-events. By noon today] it will begin to narrow down, the Sherwood Herchmer and the Airrt matches harder fought, and the Inter- rinks have yet to iasie.the hitter, cuy tho play, cst tnore intense than ever. Several of defeat, rinks have yet to suffer defeat; a number inoro have only lost but Skip Keiver. of Sturdy, has voice. Saturday at the Leavitt meeting house over Ihe remains of'Mrs. Julia Hert- ford Helton of Cards ton second ward. She had' only been ill for a few days when she fJieci of bluuit poisoning. She leaves ci husband., three children, besides father, mother and several M cemelcry. Canadians Close Game MOXTUEAL, Jan. With tbe re- I they more thai, their share of over Ihe rule revisions. It herd Inch, but they have an outside bcen thollgllt Uiat Sl. chance of winning. Bin Moore vivas lilgh Lggrcgalc for might be displaced after tbe war, evidently the dawn of that era is still INTERCOLLEGIATE HOCKEY POSTPONED Young, of featuring in his second one, winning from Scotty CbalinexE. A Quo ot the loucst score ever phyetl, nnd wo believe it to bo ihft lowest scored same yet played in ilijsl city, was that ding-dong battle, whenf Clark of Leihbritlge won a 7-U con-: tesl Iroin Tom Patterson of Taber. Twelve ends nnd IS coin- ing borne on tho last end am! missing liy inulieK, itiiikvs ibis game one of the feature events of !iic 'spiel. Skips KeEver ami Crumley, from RUivcly, are ncweoim'ns in oiir 'spiel. aud tlicy aro btisb heavy ITiat'.s to be rimtble. Thny both i'cul curlers, aiul havo rinks noises cease till he finishes; his voice completely fills tho rink. He is abso- lutely wasting time us an elevator man; he ouebt to he on the bis time vaudeville stage. Some voice, we The Lawe LOVE, from Cafmaiigay, could make a noise, but friend Keiver's rumble makes them lake a very dis- tant uiicli beat. All same snare drum trying to silence the big We say again, some voico! Tho Cocn Cola people are setting them no for tho curlers, ami it is cer- tainly appreciated. It goes down good after a hot game. y The ones remaining in the different events are published us :il noon to Senior O. H. A. Results Dentuls 7, University of Toronto 5. Alleys ou Friday night- Alii interested are 'invited to utteml. Tbe PHILADELPHIA, Pa- Jan. lay in the completion 'of, tbe rinU has Sunday. Jan. 31 ami 1. at the Stake Tftbernaclo in Cardston. Some of the leaders from Utah are expect- ed Io in attendance. During.con- ference tlis Stake Opera Co will pros out the famous opera entitled "Chinese of under tlie direction of Mr. John Si.iilh. ...i Mr. John R I'arrish and Mr. J. A'. Anderson have gone, to Calgary to at- tenil the U-F.A. convention.' Ed die Berger Joe Fleniteln CITY TAX! SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Office 469 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrltlge, Alberta. Ride In i McLaughlln bpeclal, It costs no more. in this city and it is expected 303 o4C 360 tnc new rink will be ready for the first Lcthbridge i contest, on January SO. The opening liifi 1S5 S31 match will be liotwqen Yalo and 1'cun- 1S6 15S )5'J sylvauia. I Coast Welterweight Too Good For Minneapolis Anderson Knocked Out Simoitton I 3JS 3 Calgary 145 138 ISO 737 Wti 141 153 175 91S BEAR CATS AND GOPHERS PLAY HOCKEY MANUFACTURE IN CANADA TORONTO, Jan. possibili- ties of developing manufactures of flue porcelain, glassware anil clay pro- duets generally in 'Canada, to take the place of tho present considerable quantity imported from >Huronc and the. United States, was discussed tc- fore the Canadian National Clay Pro- (Prop. Our Own CorresuondcnO ____________ ___- Jan. game j ducts Association at their eighteenth it 273 THi! of hockey was played here on Satnr- annual convention which opened, here day between tlio liear Cats ami j yesterday. the Gophers, two teams of hoys portiiiK Ilietii that loak lihe jewelry events are published as :il noon to CA1.UAKY, dan. Iin-' I n ftm rmrt under 9 years of age. The Hear Cats] CLEMENCEAU.QUITS JOB winneu. Keiver two gamus luck- day. vl vancoiivev, V j iSlI-1-lA MllV put. the Gophers to tho bad by a score! P-AII1S. Jan. Premier !_______________ .-iiainpii.71 of Canada, establislied a I] -A hljl I rlllliVlH! of 3 to 0. lined up as fol- and Minister of War Clcmenccaii h'and- tiav TrUBn sou T Turcotte liebcr Boucher 'ead over .lobnny Tiliman, w' UWUI WilW .11111 lows: D. Tcrbit, Eddio Kraser. ed over the ministry ot war to Andrew fsfti Uii! nLV ILn I MrCllIi-! j in 15 rounds heforn a Anniir-ii McKcnzic. llo's Moffatt, Jim .Moffatt l.etovlirc, tho 'now war minister, "at _......-enieinber tlio result of this crowd ill Vlctorlu Park last cncotmtiT between these two teams nigh', and llius placed liiuiEcIf in at the Hal. C to the locals on position tn tniipta with Jack Uritton bo OT; hand at S sharp, Fri- day nigM. ROWING DATES SEW YOIIK, Jan, and amateur rowing dales for Ihu com- ing season will he assigned at confer. foj> the champion ilip of tbe world. )iarrieau had tbe fight! all the way. winning rouinlb; Tiliman had tlio better of cine "erhajis Accessary Unrtev round, and :ii.v rmmds wen; CVPIL in the Cliavllt; McCar- tliy. of knocked out Marry Anderjyn, of Kdmonton, seventeen fsec- cures'of oarsmen to be bold here wilh- after the second round started. iin tJio next few weeks, it was learned Halters Coming Here To Get today. Probably Hie United states T r i I will be in both tlie BIIB- Kven For Hcccnl Good liattle Oil you liockey fans' Look what's on the boards for Friday nigM. Mn-ii- cine Hal is invading the city, and a strengthened line-np are threnl- cn'ng not otily to wipe off their de- feat at their dome bnt tu score .such a decisive win that they will be able to fcrget the blow to their pride tinder the eyes of the folks nt Two new men have been added to the Medicine Ilat line-up. Hartley Nason anil Fnirbnrn have been added Olympic. rowi.ig cinunpionships. i The English rogalta is scbedultd fur Jtinis 30 to July und the Olympic, re- galia will be lield August Ti and HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL LEAGUE The men are lightweights. BELIEVE SHAMROCK and Glenn Moffalt (Dear j S.SO o'clock this afternoon. Inimcdi- Ringroso, n. Jliller. Tom aleiy after turning over tho portfolio Ceril MciCeuzie, Sunnn -Atkinson and j to lib successor. 31. Clemenceau left Shearer (Gophers.) j the ministry. CAN LIFT THE CUP Tho first bonio same In this league, which includes Ihe high sohools of Cftrdston. llnyniond anil io the forward line of tho Oas City; win played on Y.M.C.A. floor crew and Medicine Hal fans are of (lie. S p.m., the Hay- opinion these two artists will add the students will op- needed to lake Iho loi-al High A good game in Expected and the NEW YORK, Jan. 22. Sir Charles AUom, a leading English yachtsman, who arrived In New York yesterday on the Cedr'c, said today that Sir Thomas Liptod will send a 23-metre Shamrock to America this spring to meet the cup chalfengcr, Shamrock IV., In a series of trial races. Alfred Draper will be the skipper of the 23-metre boat, Sir_ Charles ua'd. He ex- pressed the confidence that all Ruling If They Enlcr I'or lirilish Piny j If liobby Chick Evans and other golfers of tbe United States go (o Britain nest year to take part iu Ihc amateur champions'lip they may luive to go through a iniai-i ifv'ne if one may judge from j the of tbe meeting ati Klinburgn. Kcoiiand. on December 7-! of- the rciir-js'-nlalivos of the duba! associated in IIKI govcrnn'ent of the! chanvpionsiiiiis, says the Brooklyn Eiagie. Tlie clubs represented num- bered only It was recommended by tlie meet- j Ing that thi; united kingdom be divided into districts, and each dis- tricl have a number of players ability of the Shamrock IV. to lift the America's cup. public are "Invited to comfj out speeooiers Into camp. iColhing need be said of the i of the local sextette to those who wore largo numberc to enconrago this leagu on hand at last Wednesday night's j In Its .efforts to provide good, healthy game against the Chiuookers froirij rivalry between the High schools of Macleod. And to those who missed (be south. The admission Is 25 cents, tho Wednesday night show, just let anil tlie same will be well worlh the maintain that tho locnl exponents of the game ot cut and slash arc going to make any hockoy team in tlie wrath go their limit (o make a showing Rgilnsl lliem. The- Medicine Hut line-up will prob- ably ho aa follows L. Knight. It. Nasoo. Nason, Covey, S, Knight. The local line-up ivill likely be pick- ed from the following Sutherland. Haymond, Marian, P. and W. llcnder- British yachtsmen have In tbe allorato.l Io II. and only a certain i number of he eligible to play (for the amateur 'jualifyinK under such a schnnio that rlir? championship proper I be played by holes. The hope wa. the full fchedulc of games In the league: Jan. vs. Lfthbrldgo, at Cards ton. Jan. Jiayniond, at j Ix-lhbridge. Jan. vs. Cardston, at j llayniond. I Feb. vs. Card.ston, at j i fch. vs, Lsthhridgc, a! Itaymond. Kcb. vs, liaymond, at C'ardstou. A pennant will be given (o the win- ning team in the league j bin KENTUCKY DERBY MAY BE WORTH LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. J, vice-president and gen- eral manager of the Kentucky Jockey Clutf, announced today that the Kentucky Derby, one of the leading American races, this year will in added money. Heretofore it had an add- eu value of Mr. Winn intimated the prob- able total value of the race might be in excess of CLARESHOLM RINKS AT CALGARY BONSPIEL (J'vn Jan, I'O.- Plan for Foreign Players The coiinnil'fo will have to devise a plan for dealing with foreign en- trants. London Sporting Life thinlis they might into, part In oni: or olhcr of the hit; competitions ill llrit- ain. or hi (-nmpcttllons in their re-. spectlvo coiintrirj. A3 to'Ihe mean- ing of "couijinliiions In their Tespecl- ive countries." no explanation is) vouchsaled. j llobert .Maxwell, representing Honorable of Kdinfoitrgh j flolfers. submitted a.motion that, hc-j Hi-viTiK (hat Iu llio best Intercjls of I How Is Your APPETITE? 11 Maybe you need's stimulant. If you do you should take cser- bowling is tlie best exercise you can have for tlie appelito. Try It. Dominion Bowling Alleys Dominion .ptdg. Entrance on Siith-Streel. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co, 2nd Ave., Opp. Hotel 'Phoirt 1544 TOBACCOSERIESNu.IV Drawing made from an actual photograph of 'a Tobacco Auction in Virginia. The finest of leaf InlciAled for ciport puriMscs is keenly contested for among bidders. The a ticarl" is fnsl 03 freercfy sought after by men who know a good smoho (ti TOBACCO Smoki from f'liire Ifift tliis morning to polf tiin tnnc- iimt now arrived wh (ii'.rl in Cntsjary lionspicl. jthMC sboulrl he ;i supreme golfing! Tim tuo rink' whicti went to the: nnthority for the management and j lioTsspicI from here oa Moil- control of llio game, and to further i day last returned on Thursday worn- tills end, that tho Koyol nnd Anclontj inc. They report a very good (Jinci Clubi of St. .Andrews be asked to ac- tiirling tlie mcnt of tlie We Have Installed a Fult Equip- ment for Repairing 'AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can liandlo all makes of Expert Hot Air Furnace Work, FREEL 4 ELLIOTT 'Sheet Metal 336 6th St. South Phone 1713 Vimy Auto Repair Shop Adams Block 13lh Street N. GENERAL REPAIRS FOfi ALL MAKES OF CARS. By Experienced FORD'SERVICE AGENCY TIRES STORAGE ALL QUAffArfTEEp 0. V. WILSON, W, TULLOCH ;