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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta f THURSDAY, JANUARY 27. 1921 LBTHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD PAf.R N1NV ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS Newsy Laloiide and Mummery May Be Suspended From N. H. L. HAMILTON, Jan. an editor- iai ua Saturday uiglil's hockey game between Tigers and Canadians, the sporting editor of the Herald says: "It tho National Hockey league docs not take the bull by the horns and suspend Us bad men, Hamilton's po- lice will be asked to tako action. "A repetition of Saturday's same i here between the Tigers and Canad- eat attack on a Hamilton rink. Ha skated up behind Ma- and htttU'iidi'd him In the face. The result of the vicious alluck is that Nalone Is leva up and the tear- duct of ono of his eyes it injured.' Manager Thompson announced yes- terday that he would have to call In u specialist. "Harry Mummery slashed McDon- ald over the head and he also had to bo stitched. "Is that the kind of hockey that Hamilton has to sit idly by and watch? If the N. II. thinks that local funs will sit still it is sadly mis- taken. That sort of rowdyism will not bo tolerated here. lialondo and Mummery ought to be put out of pro- fessional hockey. Laloudo has done similar things before. Mummery has 247 pounds of 'huef and very little more that entitled him to play In paid hockey. He slashes well and that seems to go a long way in profession- al company. "This morning Manager Thompson wired President Calder of the N. H. L. urging that Lalonde and Mummery bo suspended. If no action is taken by the league head, tho Hamilton po- iens will surely result in offenders lice will take a hand and arrest the being hustled off to for five next player who makes a deliberate minutes or for the night, but to answer a charge assault. "Newsy Latonde, star of the Flying Iprs and they play t Frenchmen, was guilty ot the mearf-Tfina state affairs when such fine attack on the local ice. Joe Malone and McDonald are clean hockey play- and they play tho game. It is a Smoke The neunm which standt for quality CURED la 6 to 14 All druggists are authorized to refund the money if PAZO OINT- MENT fails to Cure any case of ITCHJNd BLIND. BLEEDING or PROTRUDING PILES. Cures ordinary cases In 6 days, the wont cases in 14 days. PAZO OINTMENT instantly Re- lieves ITCHING PILES and yon can get restful sleep after the first application. It is guaranteed by Paris Med- icine Co.. St. Louis, Mo., Manu- facturers of the world-famous tinve'd Laxative Bromo Quinine InUstt. This signature Is on every box of PAZO OINTMENT. 60c. tynfc are slashed Into unconscious- ness by rowdies." Lalonde Peeved MONTREAL, Jan. La- londe of the Canadien National Hoc- key league team, ,1s furious at what he calls the cowards in the papers of Hamilton and Toronto anent his pass- age of arms with Joe Malone last.Sat- urday at Hamilton. "I simply tried to check said Lalonde, "and it Is not my, fault if I struck him on the cheek." Anchor Donaldson CANADIAN SAILINGS Saxonia..................... Mch. 7 8aturnia...Feb. 3 Cassandra.Feb. 20 Cassandra. .Apr. 1 Saturnia. .Apr. 22 NEW Carroania. .Mch. S Caronia ..Jlch. 1C K.A. Mch. 22 Carmania. Apr. 16 NEW SOUTHAMPTON Aquitanla. .Feb. 3 Aquitania.Feb. 26 Imperator.Mch. 10 Aciuitania.Mch. 22 NEW Saxonia...Mch. 5 Saxonia. ..Apr. 12 NEW CHERBOURG Albania___Feb. 8 Albania.. .Mch. 19 NEW (Via Mo. vllle) Columbia..Feb. 19 Mar. 5 NEW Italia ........................Feb. 1 PORTLAND, GLASGOW Cassandra. Feb. 18 Cassandra.Mch.30 Full Information can be secuied from all agents, or company's office, 270 Main Street, Winnipeg. ILL STAGE DANCE (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Jan. Friday night next, at the conclusion of the Leth- bridge-Taber hockey game here, a big hockey dance under the auspices of Jhe club will take place in the Social hall, at which Lethbrldge and Taber players and fans, and the daughters of the Taber nobility may intermingle for a social time. Notice of tho event will be posted here, so If spectators accompany tho Lethbridge team they may be assured of a good time. Tha are brigade held a midnight practice tonight, the first since How- ard Hill retired from business here, and a supper was held afterward at the White Lunch. A picked up team composed of the two fast intermediate wing men, Carr and Tolton, and part of the C. P. R. team, fought a hard battle with the seniors this evening, the seniors win- ning out bv a narrow siargin. It was planned to play P. iMalo in centre, but Pat broke his skate and was counted out. The lineup with this centre man will likely figure In the next game Knox juniors of are billed for Monday night, tne juniors going to the Hat shortly after. C. Hodges took a fall out of one of the net Irons last night and is wear- ing head bandages in consequence, BOW ISLAND BASKET QUINT LOSES TO TABER TO EUROPE ST. Feb. Metagama Britain Feb.19 Mar.23 Melita Feb.26 Apr. 2..........Minnedosa Apr. 15 ..........Victorian 22..Emp. Franco ST. Feb.lSIApr.l............Pretorlan ST. Mar. 19................Grampian Apr. 18 Tunisian .ST. ANTWERP 19 Corelcan Mar.28.............. Scandinavian CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES M4 Main Street, Winnipeg. (From Our Own Correspondent) BOW ISLAND, Jan. Taoer basketball team met the local team hers last Wednesday and the game jilayed at tho "gym" proved the Taber team too much for the home team. After the basketball game a dance woa hold In the I.O.O.F. hall. Great Junior Game at Pincher Ends Fast and Furious The Knox sextet Journeyed to Pin- cher Creek Wednesday night and took tho long end of a score from the Pincher junior crew in a fast, hard fought game. The game was fast and clean and close throughout. Just ono penalty was handed out to each team by Re- feree Alexander. Pincher pressed hard for about five minutes from the faceoif, while tho Kriox boys were Jlnding themselves. From this on the play was from end to end with the defence of both teams breaking up rush after rush.' Pinchor got tho when Dubuc headed one iu raixup in front of the goal. This put the local boys on their mettle and Rose evened the score by evading the Red and White defence and lifting one past Ambrose. From this on Pincher pressed hard but Greenway and Rose went up the Ice just before time, Greenway beating Ambrose for No. 2. The second period was fast and fur- ious but the score sheet remained the same. It was a case of too much Duthie for the Lethbridge boys and too much back checking for the Creek crew. Ferko drew the first penalty when ke took a slash at Dubuc. Greenway was laid out for a time but returned before the period was over. In the final period each team went out for goals and they got one a piece. The play was from ond to end for the first ten minuses when McLean tied the score by beating Leech with a close wing shot. For the next five minutes play was in centre Ice until McLean drew two minutes. for tripping when the. church boys pressed hard but they failed to count until McLean was back on the ice. With about three minutes to go, Ferko forced his way through the de- fence and broke the tie, yinning the game for the home brews. For the Pincher crew Duthie and Dubuc were the stars, Duthie being a stonewall on defence. Sang was going great guns for the locals making rush after rush only to be stopped at the defence line. Fralic was instnimental in holding the Pincher boys "down by meeting all comers. _. The forward work was pretty to see working right up to the goal, but misjudging the size of the goal. Green- way was always on the job, back checking like Fredrickson himself. Rose in centre' was going his fast old reliable pace boring right into tin goal. Ferko showed up fine on left wing but was outweighed by about fifty pounds, which was a serious handicap. Hutton and Morrison were right on their toes when ever called on. Leech showed great improve- ment blocking some dead shots. The Lethbridge lineup was as fol- lows: Leech, goal; Sang, right de- fence; Fralic, left defence; Green- way, right wing; Rose, centre; llerko, left wing; Morrision and Hutton subs. Pincher Creek lined up. as follows: Ambrose, goal; Dobbie, right de- fence; Duthie, left defence; Mc- Lean, right wing; Duhuc, centre; Charette, left wing; Taylor and Hin- ton, subs. Dubuc, HIGHEST PAID MAN IN BASEBALL Gentle Tan on Wrist of Colemim Correspondent About That Hockey Game Tns ana centre fielder of the Cleveland Indians, is the highest paid man in baseball, ac- cording to President J. C. Dunn of the Cleveland club. 2, Rose, 3, Green- way, Second score. Third McLean, (Pin- 5, Ferko, period none; ond, Ferko 2 rain.; Third, McLean 2 min. NEW YORK, Jan. proposal to: hold the Dempsey-Carpentier world's heavyweight championship bout In Montreal was discussed here today between Tex Rickard and two Canadian promoters, C. F. Graham and F. O. Goodspeed, members of a Mon- treal syndicate. Rickard said he had been requested hy the Montreal men to consider their mission confidential and had not decid- ed whether he would divulge the devel- opments of the conference. William A. Brady, who with Chas. B. Cochran, recently withdrew from the bout, said today he is prepared, whenever requested, to assign his interest and thai of Cochran to Rick- ard.. The latter, however, said he Intends to wait until February 1, when he has arranged a conference here with Jack Kearns, before taking on the scheme by himself. First Pictures of Moran-Beckett Bout SASKATOON 'SPIEL RESULTS SASKATOON, of Langham went into the final of two events at the Saskatoon bonspiel yes- terday. With Hayes of Oak Kiver Man., he Is hilled to play off for the grand challenge today while he will also meet Bruce of Saskatoon in the Cairns competition this evening. The Brower rink has not yet been defeat- ed and is to the fours of the MacMil- Ian. It is expected that all competi- tions will be ended tomorrow with the exception of the Eaton and MacDon- ald-Crawford, in both of which only city rinks are left. CLINTONVIEW ICE RACES MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich., Jan. 27. feature of yesterday's trotting at Clintonviow track was the estab- lishment of a new record for ice rac- ing by a Canadian entry, Jimmie Mc- Korron in the pace. Thq Mc- Kerron horse, driven by Richardson, made the third heat in the remark- able time of The firct heat was in Franklin B. won tho trot, the second heat being run in Alta Wood won the fiace in three straight heats, the fast- est of which was run in (Fiom Our Own Correspondent) TAUKlt, Jan. remarks liy Coleman correspondent appear in to- day's issue concerning miulo hy us regarding the game o( Tuesday last. VVn thank the corres- pondent for his kind references. Some attain fame in a night and we among the number. Coleman is ail interest- ing town and doubtless we missed much of interest. There are a few Taber acquaintances there B.nd Iho two or three of the team we met on the return journey seemed a good bunch of fellows, which was admit- ted. To bunch the hits it was all very nice. There are a few incorrect statements in the article, however, that we would like to refer to. Ord- inary business must be attended to, and personally we are forced for fin- ancial and business reasons to remain in Taber. No signs were noticed in Coleman warning tourists off. As to the wire regarding the game, we are at a losa to understand .why a pref- erence should be supposed and are willing, to leave that to the editor who is running the paper not as. No doubt Taber fans were disappointed, but that is no reason for being gore. Travelling with the team to Coleman, no declarations were heard that Cole- man would be swept off the ice, for as previous' remarks before the game stated, Coleman left admirers here and some were willing to place money against Taber. We still believe that, but for the accident previous to the game, Taber would have won out. There are more here who think the same, and were present. As to pets, the report of the game suited Cole- man better than Taber, hut that Cole- man was speedy was the truth, and we desire to be fair. With regard to winning, Taber fans state- that they are willing for an exhibition game, and if Coleman will play it on neutral Ice they will place money on the event. Fair play is often a matter of opinion and the published state- ments of Taber players have since received their approval. More "we can say, but more we will not because it will not better things for the sport one whit, but we might remark that while the Blairmore game was fast, the game was enjoyed by all con- cerned for Blairmore plays hockey. And so, in conclusion we can only echo the words of Virgil, in Dante's Inferno, "Curst wolf, thy fury inward on thyself return." The Royal hotel proprietors have men at placing a new coat of roofing material on the building. Mali Hand and Jack, of the Taber hotel are renovating and painting tho interior of the building. Wilbert Tolton and W. O. Curry have taken the contract to put down for A. Green, south of town. BIKE RACE AT CHICAGO CHICAGO, Jan. and Osterreter had jumped into the lead again with 85 points to credit at 7 a.m. on the last day of the six-day bike race. Hadden and Magiu, who were tied with the leaders last night, had dropped behind with 7S points. The other teams held to the relative positions they have been In practically from the start. The leading teams had covered 2030 miles three laps this morning. CURLING WOMAN SWIMMING CHAMPION RETIRES NEW YORK, Jan. Fanny Dnrack, woman swimming champion of Australia, has definitely retired from competition in water sports. It was believed that the Illness which prevented Miss Dnrack from partici- pating in the Olympic games was the determining factor in her decision to retire. With the curlers back from tho boi ..plt'l, pri'parattot's arc being made to make up for tho lost time III the local competitions. Two open competitions are. to ho started Friday night. Friday night will sen two draws, ono at 7 o'clock and one at 9. Saturday only one draw, and next wrelc as far as pos- sible two draws a will be run. A9 the events now drawn advance into the eights, a third event, a consolation, will commenced, so that next week will ho one of the busy ones of the season so Tar. in the film'.: of the New Year's day competition, Greenway defeated Kirk- ham. Peat and Aird are in the finals of the competition played during bon- spiel week. The draws for Friday and Saturday follow: Friday 28th, Sgven o'clock Marnoch vs Reid (E.) C. Aird vs .1. Aird (E.) Scott vs Simpson (E.) f Stewart vs Shepherd (E.) Groenway vs Duff (S. L.) Nine o'clock Carberry vs Clark (E.) MacKenzle vs Kelson (E.) Hamilton vs Marrs (E.) McNabb vs Kirkhara (E.) Saturday, Jan. 29th Clark vs Reid (S. L.) V Scott vs Marnoch (S. L.) Peat vl Duff 'T i Greenway vs Crawford (E.) As far as possible, the draws for next week will appear Monday night. The rinks are paired as follows in the Ellison: Ellison Trophy Draw Marnoch vs Reid; C. Aird vs Jas. Aird; Carberry vs Clark; McKenzie vs Nelson; McNabb vs Kirkham; Hamilton vs Marrs; Peat vs Duff; Greenway vs Crawford: Scott vs Simpson; Stewart vs Shepherd. The Summit Lime Works Cup draw: Summit Lime Works Draw Clark vs Reid; J. Aird vs Simpson; C. Aird vs Shepherd; Hamilton vs McNabb; Carberry vs Nelson; Teat vs Marrs; W. Crawford vs Stewart; McKenzie vs Kirkham; Greenway vs Don. Duff; Scott vs Marnoch. The skips are asked to arrange for their rinks being skipped on the even- Ings drawn, as the competitions must be snappy to keep up the interest. Handicaps will prevail. Early In February the draw for the Wright Shield will be made. This Is the city championship series and is now in its fourth year. Previous win- ners were: Jas. Aird, D. D. McNabb ind C. E. Carberry. Any rink may je entered, and as usual during the playing of tho city championship, a colts competition will be run off for green curlers. W. S. Gray, Dr. Gibson and Harry Pilling are former winners of this exciting event. It is about time that an Invasion was made on Macleod. The Cadillac uiip needs some attention. It has been reposing in the movie centre for nearly two years. All the Fernie "Spiel :all It the besr ever. The Fernie !iosts are in a class by themselves. We note that there W3re more visi-i tors at Fernie 'spiel than there were at Calgary, Yet never a mention of ?ornie on .the sport pages flf Cow Town journals. How hurts. Being deaf has some compensations, but the big joke of the Fornle 'spiel was pulled because Kirkham didn't hear Kastner say ho quit on the llth end. Kirkham was 5 np ccming home on the last end, and It is alleged that Milt Kastner said, "No use, throw up the rocks; this game is over." But the deaf skip played it out and Kast- ner scored a six end, winning the game by one shot, after admitting it was no use to play the end. So the story goes, and as It's on the writer, and he has no abllis, let It go at that. Next yme we will take a vote and have our ear to the ice to hear any such chance remarks about quit- ting. A six end to Thorn were norno other food OOM pulled at the Ferule 'spiel; but till the settle.', nwrybodj known who was there. Wo jubl want to men- tion the "Knight Trophy." won by tho McNahb-Marnoch. rink. This was a new event this year. Tho rink won tho first two evening by default. On the third niiht Patter- sou of Tabar ran them for tho honours. On tho fourth night Brnio Mon'att of Clarcsholm and Harvey Brown of Fernie very nearly iiiude them admit defeat. But tho Leth- lu'id.jo rinks wero in training, and out- classed all comers In this open com- petition. The last two nights they had everything their own way. The cup itself is a most useful article the year round, and the donoi showed sound judgment in presenting it for yearly competition. The Individual cups that go with the Knight Trophy were bought at Woolworths, but arc emblematical of victory nevertheless. The Knight wave! REVIVAL OF LACROSSE LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE SHOULD KNOW THIS .Nearly all stomach trouble is caused by retained poisouous waste matter in the system. This is also often tile cause of appendicitis. The intestinal antiseptic Adler-i-ka, acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel, removing foul j decaying matter which may have been poisoning the stomach for months. It brings out matter you never thought was in your sys'.em. Adler-i-ka is EXCELLENT for Ras on the slomach and chronic, constipation as it removes the CAUSE. Guards! against appendi- citis. J. D. Co., drug- I Above, Frank Moran of the United and Joe Beckett of England mlxlnt It In their recent bout; below, Beckett Uklss count. Gained 12 lb.., Well, More Strength "I gained 12 pounds in 4 weeks, re- gained my strength, was able to writes.a grateful user of Bitro-l'hosphate. Physicians endorse it for strengthening the nerves, en- riching the blood, building flesh and muscle. Obtainable 'at HIginbothain Co. and every good drug Lacrosse la being revived with considerable nuccesi in England. Photo allows a teoBO moment in a game between Middlesex and Kent at Beckcnham. CANADIAN CURLERS CONTINUE CONQUESTS LONDON, Jan. Canadian curlera continued their conqueat of England today by defeating Yorkshire by 51 ahota. Score: Canada 108; Yorkihlre 57. They WORK while you deep" Take one or two Cascarets occasion- ally to keep your liver and bowels active. When bilious, constipated, headachy, unstrung or for a cold, up- set stomach, or bad breath, nothing acts so nicely as Cascarets. Children love them, too. 10, 25, BO cents. "DANDERINE" Girls! Save Your Hair] Make It Abundant! Immediately after a "Danderlne" massage, your hair takes on new life, lustre.and wondrous beauty, 'appear- ing twice as heavy and plentiful, be- cause each hair Beema to fluff and thicken. Don't let your hair stay life- IMS, colorleBi, plain or scraggly. You. too, want Iota of long, strong, beauti- ful hair. A 35-cent bottle of delightful "Danderino" freshens your checks dandruff and falling hatr. Thla stimulating "beauty-tonic" to thin, dull, fading hair that youthful brightness and abundant All ;