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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MfiK THE LKTHBHIOCiE DAILY HERALD. FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, .'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus OWMWMiT Mt TO MM ionr CARDi- Alre. Woods returned ho ma with hti two children to last Thurs (lay. A fftw days ago heavy flues In- flicted hero on those who wero mak- ing alcoholic drink in this district. -.iveek through Iho mall cir- culars were delivered informing the general public (hat they could bo sup- plied .with whiskey, brandy, rum, beer, etc., and that customers could ar- raugo for a daily supply (we Iwc tralus Is there lugro whiskey etc., tUuu we can consume or is somo one in. u hurry to set rich quick. Tho annual meeting of the Orior ladies' aid took place' at the" botut jof tha Hev. and 'Mrs. "Woods. Thc [yearly statement of the doings of the nltl given by ihe Secretary, Mis Jas. Jackson, aftenvards Ito.offUen (or I92p: Svero appointed. Mrs. Jas Jucksuu, is tho new president. Tlu ladies' niil has been very helpful u Uie cliurcii hero in Ihe different enter taintnents which Imvo -been given ;i Orion uud have helped with the fi minces of tho church. I Sir. J. J. Kvansou ot Comrey was i I visitor to Orion last week getting Uie si'hool nccounfs for Comrey scboo district audited. every battle will result in the prize money being reached by tlie winning rink. Thfrlceu-end games feature practi- cvr.ry draw. The two Macleod riiiKS seem to hare more than their si.are ot the exlni-enders. Young hav- ing liad to play iwo already, and D. G. McKonzio has had no lees than three. He dofeated the njighly Sher- Tvoatl Herchmer In the last one. Shcr- vtood's loss leaves the stroue-Ainl rink The 'syiel enters Its fourth li'ay with The weather IE pretty near cold every one of the five open events well enough to satisfy even the curhrs. ont into the eights. From now on j i The lunch being served is a win-- ham, broad, cheese, anil jam. And the way foonspieluig curlers caii'tucfc away fVrheal after every draw is good to watch, All curlers vote it the nicest small) Vplel in years. The grnellins match- fts, good fellowship, and general en- joy-yourself spirit fills the a'r. Our latest additions to the the only undefeated rink up to tlioiKeiver anil Crumley, of 11 o'clock draw last night. The other rhiu the'Crow's Xest s.jiiel and LeUr rinks that have suffered defeat only once are Herchmer, Caroerry, McNabb mid Kirkliam. The rink is thror.gcO at hours by curling fans and by others who are getting their first introduction to the same. Tonight at 8 o'clock "sharp the Medicine Hat hockey sextette cross sticks with the local stick artiste in a return game, at the L. A.A.A. rink. At Medicine Hat 700 fans turn- cd out to see these two teams dis- play their prowess and were rewarded by seeing a thrilling and closely contested match, the locals winning by a 6 to 5 score. The Hatters have strengthened their team by the additmn of two stars In the persons of Barney Nason, and FaTrburn and are determined to even matters for their defeat on their home ice, by taking to- night's encounter from the local speed merchants. In all events a furious battle will surely be seen, and local followers of the are reminded of the 700 turn out of the Gas City fans and are asked to be on deck to give the support which the home talent.deserve for the brand of hockey they dis- playing. So put on your woollens and turn out, in spite of the low- ebb of the mercury, and we are sure you will be repaid by a hot battle. Remember ths bell will sound at 8 o'clock sharp. Fish are killed in .many Maasa chusetls streams by' tar1 washed Iroit highways. Special Service u- Country Trips Phonen 787 Residence MONTREAL, Jan, tion has been received by the press here to the effect that Con Jones of Vancouver, will visit England with the intention of ar- ranging for' a visit to Canada, this year of two of the best Old Country soccer teams, provided the Dominion Football Associa- tion will permit hirn. He intends to leave by way of Montreal dur- ing the early part of February and will try before that to get the endorsatlon of the ruling soccer body of the Dominion. BEATIMS63 Taylor Crew ftroken Up And May Drop Out of City League Race League Standing Lost. P.C. Yets....... :t 0 CoaUmfst......... 1 2 ;33S Mounlies........... 1 2 .333 Taylors 1 'J ..333 Taylors and CoaUiurst met in the last game of the first round of Ihu t-ily Orion List Covers Thirly-f'wo Names, Six of Whom Fell in Action Our Orrn Corresuioidf-nl) I Jan. the last incot-j ing ot the local U.F.A." the question! ot a regular meeting place, was brought up, and the members present wore in, favor of taking over "Die old Thompson i Uansoirstore, as (his has been offered, to them at A reasonublo rent. N'ow that school meetings are over the of teachers for, 1020 is i being taken up. The trustee board of I Orion Consolidated have already Eddie Berger Joe Flenstctn CITY TAXI SERVIQE DAY AND NIGHT Country Trips a Specialty Phone 1856, Office 409 3rd Ave. Lethbrldge, Alberta. Ride In a McLaughltn Special, it costs no more. hockey league at the L. A. A. rink sujps [or 9epuriiig tho suni'e ami Coalhurst put over a win which of teachers' that completed the. resulted in n, thrctyoniored lie for second plflcc. ThVvcts haven't lost j a game, hut each of the other teams has lost two so that Uio Fragments have what appears to be a strangle hold on the championship. Each team i must inset every other ttam once ihorc during (lie season vas worth 515.000 lo the UalUmorc Calgary team csiaio out at the head of the list, getting 1B71 pins, iiarons c'jine second with 1C65, aud'l.ctlibridse The scores now stand: Hamus pins Calgary............... 332', cjui) owner. Ihe Yankees Hcd Soi, Dunn has done business Ihe Senators. AIIIIPIICS, Cubs ami with lifiS. IteilE. A complete- list of the sales Dunn has negotiated follows: I-ctiibrldgc Sixteen bales Have Price Purchasers The last lap or tile match will be Jack Dunn, of Hallimorc Until.'Shore. Sox played lonight at the Dominion Alleys, Club, j Harber the brand ot hockey they are capable Under very adverse conditions, the of anil for this reason ho thinks it Letlibridge first and second basketball would be as well to drop out. learns journeyed to Magrath to play The Taylors slatted off well last night and netted two goals in the first period while Coalhurst annexed only one. Play was very fast. In this period Uert Taylor was hurt, liling the Taylor team. He was re- placed by Harvey. In (he second stanza the Coalhurst crew edged into the lead, scoring two while the Taylors wero held' help- first; game thc Lcthbndgo Ic5s. ]n tlle ihird Coalhurst hoop were in great trim and had things irretty much their own war had tho Macrath boys guessing for the threc Tayio-s notched first few minutes. However. Magrath ono Tnis tlu) G u, 3 for soon lightened i.p and a fast and fur- the ,vhoie jjame. It was Coalhurst's their first game of the season that town. The boys, after being five hours on the road arrived at Magralh about o'clock In a semi-rigid condition d dispfte'ltie lateness of the hour 3nngcd to. give the Magrath fans excellent exhibition basketball. In the six games yet to nlay. j board. Inspectors and olhcrs iuler- As a resuil of last night's loss, the jested in the progress of education are Taylor crew may drop out of Ihe favor of retaining last year's teach- luasuc. The captain of the crew crs jt (s possible, feels thai the men on his rosier are _Mr ami jicAsklo invited (be not turning out to practice and play loacilers otliers interested iirtlio Urioit Sunday school to Cupper on Monday, Jan. 12th. A very pleasant evening was spent. The officers anct leacbers of Ihc Orion Union Sunday school Inve been re-appointed for an- other year. The reports of the opera- tions Vf the school were considered satisfactory, lu Jan. a collec- tion was taken'upon behalf of tlic Armenian and Syrian children's fund and 'over was'forwarded to that fund. During the year Uttle Cross and Crown system has heen in. operation and on Jan. 4tit, 11 gold pins and cerli- ficales were presented to scholars wlio had by regular attendance cam- ions game followed, in which the Lctli-, fir5t ,win OTd ,nev 0[ bridge hoopers wore victorious'.' I coming out at ed them during 1019. in second place Thc senior game was delayed for a in thc league. The next meeting lie- A roll of honor tho Sunday school containing the names of those who Magralh started slrong but were unable to loi-alc Ihe net before l.eth- How Is Your APPETITE? Maybe you need a stimulant. If you do .you should take exer- bowling is tbc test "exerciso you can liavo lor tlio appetite. Try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion BltfQ. Entrance on Sixth Street. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 fifth St. S. ANYTHING IN RADIATORS tainly an ornament to the biulding. The roll contains tho names oC 32 men, six of tiic.se made tfio supreme CHICAGO GETS TOURNAMENT idge came to life. Then n great CHICAGO, Jan. 22.-Chicago was [sacrifice am! arcburied in Kranco also game foHowel for thc rcinainiler ot awarded Ihe 1020 championship [Cr (raining in ine half. By this lime the locals were iiamcnt of (he Professional Golfers' Canada. II is to ho hoped that at wanning up and in thc second period Association yesterday, according to an not very remote period ii menv Husscil NEW ball players jfp'j'spl rcajor league calibre scarce and with 1 Tlioraahlen, Fewster Cllb.1 .Alhlctics 12.000.-Yankees lO.OOfl. .Kcds S.OOO.. Yankees .Yankees 5. Herts ;i.ooo..Hfds .Athletics Yankees 3.000..Louisville 3.000..I-ouisville n. ma club ownera willing to iiay record' prices. Ihc development of diamond j talent should become a profitable time in tho minor league's. Tile min- ors usually obtain their players ur -little or no cost .and have everything to sain and nothing Id lose. With pro- per handling and instruction young- sters can Fomelime.s be made ready for tho majors within a year