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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta SATimDrVY, JANUAIW 29. Ifttt TTTE LETTTORTDflW PATTY HKRATJ) PAGE THHKS To reach the home-going and resntt-producing clientele in Alberta, Advertisers during 1921 shonld use liberal space in the Herald "Want Ad" Cohmns ZBYSZKO, FORTY YEARS OLD, DOES WODERFUL "COMEBACK The crcatett single quality that SUCCORS in an athtete Is perse- That Is fhR opinion of veteran train- ers und sporting who have been watching tho amazing pcrfor malice of Btanislaui Zbyszko, who b> all tho standards formerly accepted, as gospel In tho sport world should by now be through as nu atMete, and yet today is considered as greatest wrestler In all tho world. "Youth must bo served" once "was the accepted theory, and old-time trainers used to- believe that .when any man, no matter how great he may have beta in his early days, gaii to -verge toward the age oi 3 fre was fit material for the honeynrd. His days were, numbered. Occasionally the rule was broken, but the excop- tloa was considered an athletic freak. 2bysKko nuver tho tnitp of this theory. Always ono of tha brain- iest men in the active sport wo'rUI, "Stan" had a habit of forming his own conclusions, regardless ol' what profca sional had to say. Ho has given tiie athletic world a startling lesson in perseverance. Returning to America after a four year period of comparative inactivity throughout the world war so far as actual wrestling was concerned, Ico Wits received with conaideral !o skepticism by the newspaper critic "When ho landed in Now Yorl: last February he was nearly 10 years old end weighed 275 Ibs. It was appar- ent to everybody when he upneored in ring togs that he was tragically overweight. The tat was on bin mici- rKf in h'Tge lim'rs, and the task of taking it his age looked to many oi' the critics to be hopeless. "Still a invent wrestler, but. unequal to tho job of off all that was tiie general verdict. "I'll take it his reply. Since thru time Kbyszko as few athletes of his or 01 any other limy, have slona. He and .his manager, Jack laid out a program of labor that fairly tho hiiudleni oi. other rind younger wrestlers, Yoara ago Liio big Pole known as a terrific worker, able to stand extraordinary strains of travel and wrestling that would have broken down most men, but today it was be- lieved he was too old to stand the pace, but perseverance put him orgf. Today at the green old age of -10, Zbyszko is down to 2U5 pounds, wrest- les whenever and wherever his man- ager schedules him, and by all cap- 'ably judges its cuutililered to stand head and shoulders above any other wrestler in the world. Pet-severance did it. Few- athletes "would havf: bad the heart to stick to the task as Zbyszko did. of weight was taken off not by corn- fortabla gymnasium work, but in act- ual the mat, entailing long train jumps .and the discomforts of constant travelling. Baseball players breaking into tho professional game in their teeua have been known to complain lustily against the dismal experience of a short season of travnl. Team managers know that a few nights on a, sleeper that is too hot or too cold sometimes will hurt the morale of tho entire organization. Yet here Is an athlete who wgiild be considered an "old by these youngsters of the ball fisld and yet against every obstacle lias accomplished what many men who know said could not be done. That is why those -who have been watching Khyszko's performance have come- to believe that of all the great qualities a great athlete must possess, the greatest them all is persever- ance. You Can Get it Out of these Columns rf YOU' have a message to send to the people of Alberta, a Herald WANT AD. will carry it for you more quickly and .to more people than any other at a lowev cost. When you send your message you want re- turns quickly. The Herald gets them for the kind you want. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS DKNTFST LADIES S cents per line (Count six words to a line.) Minimum, 2G cents, six insertions for price ot four. a Passes when you cannot use a Herald WANT AD. to advantage in your home or in your business. call, or phone us today. Wo maku switches, transformations, from your combings. Swlrchca tin Salway Hair Factory, Cardston, Alta. SPIRELLA CORSETIERE For Phone 1942 MRS. MARTIN 1321 10th Ave. S., Cor. 14th St. NEWS AND VIEWS Reading is the greatest factor in edu- cation. Get all can out oE the I News. But be sure your wisdom Is I perfect. It may not distress you now but the longer you neglect your eye- I sight the more seriously it will affect your future health and efficiency. Bet- ter see us for a free examination. J. M. HENDERSON Care of Wright's Jewelry Store. OTTAWA JOURNAL DEPLORES SENATOR'S ACTION IN MONT, WANT BISLEY PROGRAM REVISED STIRLING REFUSES TO PLAY RAYMOND Stirling refused 1o play Ray- mold's senior hoopers last night. The same will prob- ably be played later. Iveth- bridge will play Raymond in Raymond Friday night. OTTAWA, Jan. the cap- tion: "It Wasn't the Thing" the Ottawa Journal in editorial col- umns, criticises the Gttawas for leav- ing the Ico in Montreal on Wednesday night. The editorial reads In part: "It is unfortunate that on tho very day the Ottawa hockey team of the- H, A. was being congratulated by a! local newspaper on fine sportsman- ship and playing skill reports should coma of the meMdsnt in Montreal in, which the team hardly "played the game." The Ottawa players may have had good reason to 1'eel the referee's decision as to the disputed goal in tho game with Montreal given against them. Their contention! the opposing team was not en-1 titled to the goal'may have been just-' ified tor all we know. But they should have gone no further with a dispute of the decision than the registering of i n protest. To skate ofMhe ice with-] out playing the game out- "wasn't cricket" and neither was it hockey. It was au exhibition of poor sports-j ruanship greatly to the discredit of the.; Ottawa players. The people of Ottawa i are this splendid hockey team 1 the greatest team where playing the its ambi- tion to retain the championship. But they think more of-good sportsman- ship than they do of championships." LONDON.-Jan. Asso- ciated The British, rifle team reachetTEngland today after a tour of Australia aud South Africa. Members of the teams say that the Dominion riflemen are-eager to see a revised It isle y program. It'is claimed that the ilngliah team was handicapped in the empire match, which Australia won by ,23 points, by the fact that the Australians used a long rifle. CLINTONVIEW ICE RACES MOUNT CLEMONS, Mich., Jan. 26. second lay at CUutonview Park, winter meeting was marked by upset of heavy favorites and the winning of two outsiders in two trotting events of the afternoon. In the trot Jessie, Watte was an almost prohibitive fav- orite but could not make the grade In" the sticky going. Happy Bingen won in three straight heats, the best time being 1-2. In the. trot, Red Top looked host, while showing plenty of spaed, could not win until the third heat, when he just managed to noso out Gold Medal whose best time was 1-4. PENN. BOXING BILL PITTSBUtfG, Jan. rounrl boxing matches and tho crea- tion of a state boxing commission are provided for. in a bill introduced in the Pennsylvania legislature today. 1 A fine ot for violation of the [regulations of the commission la pro- in the" bill. j NOTICE Lung Hue and Lung Jim have taken over the premises of the- Palace Cafe, formerly owned by Leo Ying at Many- I berries, Alta. All accounts owing by Lee Ying must be presented on or be- fore February 16th, 1921, after which date, they (above mentioned party) will not be responsible. Dan -Howley, -who has been re-en- NOTICE TO W. A. HACKB: TAKE NOTICE that in the Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial District of Lethbriclge, an action has been com- menced against you by The Monticoilo gaged by Ty Cobh aa coach for the state Bank tor' the recovery of tho Detroit Tigers. He formerly man-! Emn ot interest on the TAMOUS CRICKETER DIES PHILADELPHIA, Jan. M. NaAvhafl, one of 10 brothers who were well known cricket players, died here yesterday. For 20 years he play- ed in moat of the international match- es. He was 75 years old. aged Toronto in League. tho International TEMDLER GETS DECISION MILWAUKEE, Jan. crowd estimated at seven thousand witnessed the battle last night between Teudler and Willie Jackson, in which j the former was given the newspaper decision. DISCUSS CABLES AGAIN WASHINGTON, Jau. inter- national communications conference which recessed its sessions here last month after failure to agree on dis- position former German cables, will bo reconvened in the near fu- ture, Norman H, Davis, acting secre- tary of state and head of the United States delegation said today. sum of from the 4th day ot March, 1920, at the rate of 10 per cent per annum till payment or judgment, DISCUSS DEMPSEY- Joeing the amount alleged to be duo WILLARD BATTLE owing under three written agree- (.merits in tho form commonly known NEW YORK, Jan, Rickard j as lien litres, signed by yourself and and Jack Kearns will hold conferences! others, in favor of 11. F. Dygert, on here February 5 tu discuss a 'Dump-j April 25th, 1917, each for ihw sum of sey-Willard lie held in Madi-' with interest at S per cent son Square Garden March 17. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS JAY GOULD SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS TENNIS TITLE PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 21. Jay Gould, national amateur aud open court tennis champion of America, today successfully defended his pro- fessional championship by defeating Jock Soutor of the Philadelphia rack- et club, The match was for the .best out of nine sets Outlaws Want IX THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ELIZA TURNER, DECEASED. NOTICE is hereby given that persons having claims upon the es- tate of Eliza Turner, late of the City of Lethbridge in the Province of Al- berta, who died on or about the 1st day November, A.D. 1920, are re- fjuired to file with Messrs. Conybeare, Church Davidson, Barristers, Cony- beare Block, Leth'.irldgo, Alberta, by tho 5tli day of February, A.D. 1921. a full statement duly verified of their j claims, aud of any securities held by them, and that after that date the Administrator will distribute the as- sets .of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which notice has been so filed, or which have been brought to their knowledge. DATED at Alberta, this llth day of January, A.D. 1921: CONYHEAHE, CHURCH DAVIDSON, Barristers, Solicitors. Solicitors for tho Administrator, Lethbridge, Alberta. Ad M. NOTICE TAKE NOTICE, thaft the City of F. H. WILKINS SIGHT SPECIALIST 427 Sth St. S.. Oppoaito tha Empress Phone 1959 Residence Phone 1937 DR. O. J. COUUTICK, Dentist, former- ly of Lethbrltlso, has located ftt 679 Orunvillo St., Vtincauver, C. Phone 3ey. 9300. Opposite Hud- ton's Bay Co. OSTWPATHIC DR. ,T. E. HORNING, PHYSICIAN 316-18-30 Sherlock lildg., llnura and by I'honc 1599 PRIVATE HOSPITALS THE VAN HAARLEM Private Hos- pital, M24 7th Ave. S., Lethbridge; Phone i46. Accommodation for sur. glcal, medical and maternity pa- tients. Private and semi-private rooms. Rates and a week. Write for information to Mrs. M. E. Van Haarlem, superin; tendent. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. Playing and Theory. Pupils enter- ed for the examinations of the Royal Academy and Royal College oi Music, London, England. 100 per cent, last year successful. MRS. W. ol Piano and Tfieory. Pupils prepared Cor tho Toronto Conservatory oi Music exams if desired. Annual spring recital. Studio, 1238 Sth Ave. A South. PUBLIC ACCOUNTANCY INCOME TAX AUDITS CONSULTATIONS REUBEN C. FARRIS Suite 4, Acadia Block. Phona 1616. CLEANERS AND PRESSERS THE SpecIaUst in French dry cleaning. We are the oldest cleaners in the city. We use the genuine French system, which cov- ers every spot and eliminates pos- sible injury to garments, giving high class results. Special attention tu country work. 324 6th Street Soutlu Phone 1812. Collect and deliver. ROBERT W. GARDNER CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT INCOME TAX EXPERT BUSINESS ORGANIZER Office: Conybearo Block. Phones 711 and 1065. 31-28 OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING W. N. KUTH. Corner 1st AVB. and 10th Strwt. GUNSMITHS ELECTEIC SUPPLIES till maturity and 10 per cent after maiurity and duo respectively the first clays oMtfay 1918, 1919 and 1920, which said agreements or lien notes wore given for the purchase price of one Percheron horse named "Louis ot and have been duly assign- ed to the plaintiff in this action. If you dispute the alleged indebted-j nesp and wish to enter a defence, you j must file with the Clerk of the Su- preme Court at Lethbridge, Alberta, j on or before the 22nd day of Febrn-' ary 1921, a statement of defence to'! the action, and in default of your so doing the plaintiff may enter judg- ment against you for the full amount claimed and costs. DATED at Lethbridge, in Alberta, this 13th day of January, A.D. 1921. A. B. HOGG, Solicitor for Plaintiff. Approved: J. A. Jackson, L.J. S.C. Ad T Electric Light and .Vower Contractors Phone 1332 409 5th St. S. Lethbridge Farm Lighting a Specialty Contractors for Electrical Work of Cardston Temple PIANO TUNING G. H. Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M. T. Assn., London. England. References to the leading musicians of the city. Phon.2 1168. 027 10th Street South. ARMY AND NAVY lionus Wagner, former star short- stop of the Plttiiburg Pirates, has re- ceived a tempting offer from the out- law Continental league. SCHEDULE "A" MORTGAGE SALE Pursuant to the order of His Honor Judge Jnckson, made herein tho 24th clay of January, 1921, in a certain ac- tion wherein Frederick A. Hubtmrd and Robert Mitchell Bennett ,f arrj Plaintiffs and Robert Angus Unnnie is Defendant, the following lands in tho -Province oi! Alberta, namely: The North half of Section twelve Township Six llnngu Fourteen (141, West of the-Fourth Meridian, containing 320 more or less. Reserving unto tiio Crown ail miner. Lethbridge make application at and Will tit? offered for sale the next sittings of tho Provincial by public auction on Saturday, tho Legislature, for tho Province of AI-' 311th day of February, 1921, at the hour bertu for an Act amending tho Leth- of twelve o'clock noon at the Court bridge City Charter to give the Coun-i House in the City of Lethbridge, in oil power to pass By-laws to raise the Province of Alberta, money for the installation of water, Salo will be subject to a reserved sewer and plumbing in buildings in the, bid to be fixed by the Court. City of Lethbridge and to charge the! Terms and conditions will bo made cost of the same to the land as taxes.I known at tho time of the can i To set apart portions of the City for. be ascertained from the undersigned residential, manufacturing, or wholesale districts, to regulatef The sold land Is situated about throo the style of building to ba built miles south ot Skiff in the Province each district. of Alberta, and is said to be unint- I To provide for giving persona who'proved, being virgin prairie. All of Poll Taxes, a vote. the said land Is said to be good arable i To provide for the taxation of land. church property when not. owned by I Dated at Lethhrldge, Alberta, the church using the same, or such; 24th day of January. A. D. 1921. ASSOCIATION OF ARMY AND NAVY Veterans in Canada, Lethbridge Unit No. 34 Veterans desirous of joining the above association, can obtain in- formation and application forms from the secretary, L. Leigh, P. O. Box No. 6, Lethbficlge. THE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL BANFF Girls up to Matriculation. Boys under 1" ..Kindergarten. Greenham, B. A.; Margaret E. Greeiiham, formerly of IliiVergat College, Toronto. 15-2C GUNSMITHS barrels stiaightened, guns restock- vork done by a gunsmith; keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired: lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. MacdonaUl. Indian Motorcycle Agent. Phone 1031, 6th Street, opposite Herald Office. L-----_J___ f _______DECORATING WELLINGTON Decora- tors, PaperhanKers nnd Painters: 'Kataomlning, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest established painters In Lethbrldee. Rea. phone 1472; office phona 1752. Sherlock Bids.. Leth- bridge, Alberta. A. Decorating and Pnperhanelnsr. Phone G90. Gil Sth Avenue South. 1174) B. li. Copeland E. R. Kent Phone 1903. Phone 15f7 THE PYRAMID DECORATING CO. Interior Decorating ind a specialty. Satisfied customers our aim. 510 12th St. South. JOSEPH DAVIDSON DECORATOR Established 1909 Thirty-five years' W Exterior and Interior Decorating 9G7 llth Street South Estimates free. Res, x phone 1104 WINTER RADIATORS Why not hare your Autorao- Mia Radiator Ra-cored before the frost comes, with the best Honey-comb Core obtainable. Drop in and let us tell you cbout It, or ask someone who lias one. They STAND UP, ANDY The Radiator Man .ith Ave. S. Behind Grill. Norman E. Australian tennis sftr nnd Wm Tildcn, ST., of Philadelphia, who mot In the drat matchm for the Davis Tennis Cup' at Auckland, Auitmlla, Tildcu took three games in four, The safe war to nend money by mail In by Pnmtottm Money Orders. other minor changes as may be neces- sary. Dated at Lothbridge, In the Prov- ince of Alberta, this Sixth Day of Jan- nary, A. D. 1921. W. 8. BALL. Solicitor lor the City of Lethbrldee. Ad K CO.VYBBAiltf. CHURCH DAVIDSON Barristers and Solicitors, Cnnybeare Block, Lethbridgo, Alberta. GEOIIGK P. PORTKU, LethbrlilRo. Alberta, Auctioneer. Ad F GURNEY-OXFORD FURNACES EAVE TROUGHING GENERAL TINSMITHING Sheet Metal Workers. 336 fth St. South, Phone 1713. L. D. S Publications 1 AT CARDSTON I. M COOMBS Aginl Doris I. R. CQCCJ COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER DEVELOPING. MOME-PORTHAITUHI. ETC. 1214 THIRD AVE. SO. ;