Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX THE MiTHBMDCE DAILY HEKAIP. WEDNESDAY MAHCH 2, 1021 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. HcHanos i M- ON TO THE OFTICE-O.LL ON COUNT DC CHANCE AND YELL HIM TO CO To l-H'j RCCCPTiOM TELL, HIM THI- COUNT-TMi'a LOT M JfV qac CAN'T cc A'b SHE. l'j MOV l-ECUN1 WELL! [I OH: THAT I -j If WELL'SHE FELT BA.O LA'bT NK5HT- I CO TO THE. NOVIEb BY A VARIETY OF. FOODS to satisfy tUo keen nppetlte or tempt the poor uppctite. You'll tilwayft leave reeling pleased and Battened. SILVER GRILL LETHBRIDGE AND BLAIRMORE WILL PLAY THE FINAL CROW S NEST LEAGUE GAME ON THURSDAY NIGHT Big Crowd of Fans Needed To Help Boys Referee Will Have Charge of Will Bep, On Blairmore Fast Contest Is Looked for Fans Will Be There in Full Force. .j TRIS BUCTS 'EM At last the championship of the Crow's Nest Hockey League is to be decided. Blairmove has been having some ice weather and the final game of the league will be played Thursday night in Blairmove. It will be a great game to witness. This, is the game Lethbridge and Blairmore hockey fans have been looking forward to for the past two weeks. It will be a hard-fought game from the start to the finish. No quarter will be given by either side. That does not mean the play will be anything but clean because these two teams have on all past occasions put up good clean games. Of com'se Let-hbridge needs good backing. Here is a chance to be of real service to the Lethbridge team. Take Thursday afternoon off and come to Blairmore with the hockey boys. The train will leave at 1.10 p.m., and you can be back in the city at a.m. Good Rooters Are Needed Everyone realizes the necessity of good rooting at such a critical game as this. It will mean a lot to the Lethbridge boys.. Blairmore will have its fans out, probably two thousand strong. Lethbridge needs as many as can possibly go. The boys are all in good shape for this game. They have not alfowed themselves to slip while every- one'has been enjoying spring weather. They kept up their physical training. They wiil be under the watchful eye of Billy Martin, Calgary, Big Four ref- eree, so everyone can depend on it that real hockey will be on the card or the players will be on the fence. Don't forget to take Thursday afternoon off and go to Blairmore. Every hockey fan is needed. THIS WEEK Firat Prize Second Prize Third Prize COUPONS MUST BE CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE. RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: I. The compeUilon will called Tiie Ilera1' Cornric-tition. Competitors will be enLill'.-a to 13 many entries as thuy desire, [jroviof-'J each entry is by twonty- llvo ami couiiyna to tbb DLIIII- ber of tnlriea. J, Coiupelitors must out the namea of Die rfuls they think w.U IOSB and uruss out the nmneg uf i? they consider a draiv result. 4. Coupons only 'uti from the of Tlie Jitnild. 5. All u.unl'.-3 will bo re- l-jrned In prizes. Tho amount and numbers of prices will bo published every Monday morning for tbnt ivtek's Results of compettlinna will published everv and r-Iieques to ronipctUors will bs iinnieiHiilely un "CRfclpt uf confirmation bv the Atliloti'; Newa. fi. In r-fisp UL> lii-st. .T tliir.] prizes prize T'i the rie'nt r.i t lumber of ENTRYFORM GAMES PLAYED MARCH 5TH. 4TH ROUND ENGLISH CUP Everton vs. Wolverhampton. Tottenham vs. Aston Villa. Hull vs. Preston N. E. i FIRST DIVISION Bolton vs. Burnley. I Derby vs. Sheffield United. Huddersfield vs. Liverpool. Manchester C. vs. Oldhatn. Middlesboro vs. Newcastle. SECOND DIVISION j Birmingham vs. Bury. Coventry vs. Stockport. i Flllham vs. Barnsley. West Ham vs. Bristol City. THIRD DIVISION Luton vs. Mertl'yr. i Norwich vs. Swindoti. Queens Park vs. Exeter. Reading vs. Northampton. I.HYKt.-A.N'Ii. :li Ciui'lier O'Neill serving ball nractice. Tris Sneaker of the inaugurated sprim: season at larf yeaenuiy by driving ever ience, ae- to lidvioes received m ifl i. H. c. ATT Coca Colas and Boarding Club Will Play League Game Tonight Till: 1. II. C. li.lK'.LTS till.' i murh fur tlu- High school trit> in ill" liivl hvo sumey of thf-ir ilvaw with ilhe sunler.Ls in the "V" bowling lea- .siti'j liist uitUn. They tiie first .mtriit.' !iy 5D pins, the second by '2'1 j hut the :-tiuk'liU took the thir.l by a 05 inn wa-vil! be L Tickets .are rapidly itt llie interest m tlie big eveiil is very vimv ,miliri, Hcn.v-s keen amonsat the luon o the Uat- Kcunodv at the teiy. Through the good will of Major I f j.jj1 H m and Capt, Hoaewaru the fol-j ruiynini theatre j It's a. it will he the i and best event of its kind ever staged in best, of all it iviil he all clean, no are lu-ing made (n E--- cura a bulletin service ou the Lctli- bridgo-Hlairnioro hockey linaf in Blairinore. which will be announced duriug the bouts. lowing Battery of tho 20th and 59th will lie cootiUants in the diff- erent on Thuridaj night, iu addition to UMI list of contestants au- nouneeii ysaUrilaj-: Gunner Drirers Hill. Til- lack and Tiiompson. Bombardiers Palmer and Thompson, and Corp. Wcstloy., the great representation from It's all right to talk abont mobbing you ever bave ui ley it across lots, with a liuge and inl'uriuted naipiro in pursuit and gaining at every jump? Tueu's wlieil tbiiiys don't, sp.em entirely proper! Colossal Figures' Tha Apollo Belvedere. Cap Anson. The Farnese Hercules. Dan Srouthers. The Statue of Liberty. Babe Ruth. Generally Execrated Nero. Caligula. f Ivan the Snoop-hounds. Sniff-sleuths, Crooked-ballplayers. Two Batsmen who work with but a single thought can cut a iot of ice on any team. What have the Athletics amounted to since Collins and Baker went away? And where has Detroit finished since the Cobb-Crawford corn- bination was dissolved? HOCKEY FANS LETHBRIDGE PLAYS BLAIftMORE AT BLAIRMORE THURSDAY NIGHT and the boys want a large following of fans to cheer them to victory. MAKE A SPECIAL EFFORT TO BE THERE cLean of Dominions Hulls High Single and Aggregate Tonight The half ,jf ;he buwling night al (he ivlit-.n the f'-ca Golan .irnnped "iid to tin-} J'ominionfi. The fi-.-.L-t game to r.he Ooiiiinioris by eight ami nisi) the second liy pins, hut tlie Coca Colas managed to w'n tin: by [he narrow margin ftf pins. Marlean of th-- v.-.-i-, and o-l'j respcc-tivolv-. Th< DO .MINIONS Ouija, Tell How ninny Immc runs vrill the LUbc Kt.'UthtT bu anv good for Brook- lyn? How will Johr.r.y Kvera get aloiio with his cl'ib-mates? the first wrc-nr-li into Jiul-'o l.andis' liiaelilnc? Will Jlaranville uoost Fittalittrgh's pori-entage iniy'.' When win quit dreaming abuiit Croh ;iml llomsby? FOR BIG ELECIPFICERS Hold Enthusiastic Annual Mwt- ing Davy Milne is President It's A Gift Beiny a sucvessful son-in-law. Dodging wood alcohol. Matching a ribbon for the wife. Getting rep.-iiis out of the landlord.! IVVooching par.scs. Buying good grapefruits. j Timrt; are Muds of i r.iui (irnanieiiled. It is harder to catch j A number of football fans interest- ed in tho Ca'.Hea held a round table conference last night on the prospects .for the coming season and they id that these same prospects at the present time are very good. The Cal-1 lifts will bo in. the lea'gtto stronger: than ever. They elected their officers last uiglit. Davy Jlilne was appointed president. David Walker, vice-president; George Turnbull, secretary-treasurer. HUDSON BAY DOG RACE STARTS; EIGHT DOG TEAMS ENTERED l.V! Mil JIM COCA" COLA 2m[ :ird Tul. IH7- Jii-! I -IS'i i you'll i IlUr Tot, l li -IS-: i Till. ilni i-il p in kind, but iiarclcr tin the h'lkij your Life's Knockouts on the morn ing v.lien 'iil'i a swell job if n CLii-iy. liiicins a guy to your best girl iiihi Hl'.'al lier. (In: iiiuhi" bottle in the dark Of li! idlice when a friend ni that he owed in r-g.j Into discover it your tf.nl- agy aud THIi I'AS. .Man., Mar. inileB out PratncKU took tlie lead in the Hudson Bay dog race iiy fine spurt with Bancroft t.-ominsr on tloao behind. Tnc real of the Held arc stretched out seviirai huiiilreil yards behind and it luoka us ii' I'rytnijiiii is out to wear others off hnforo reaching tho outer leg, a hund- red iiiiloa from here. Lavello reportpil ic-n minutes at'tor tho others Iclt and iillmvod him to Htart, making tlie eighth entry. Cloync la reported second from lust and takinff ft cusy. Newspaper PHONE MONTREAL BOXER WINS i! Lethbridge Heralihi for sale in Calvary at Boston Hal AVorks ami Ngws Co.; at- Botter Bi-os. in Medicine Hat. i ll. Infill ili-ciHitm tjvnr '1'nin Mun-uy Hnf- in ihnir io-rourul btiui., last Hit-lit. HOREHANS STILL UEADS lliii'i-iiiani. u. billiard champion. last nisln hin lead over Jake of I-rancisco. IliOO to 1330. iii tlii-ii- noint, oalk U-i iiati-h. 410 FIFTH ft etui mm SPDRT AMATEUR MAJESTIC THEATRE THURS. NIGHT His Week, March 3 Evcntt in every boxing division including Feather, 'Bantam, I Inhtwolnht. Wr.lter. Middle, and Heavyweight. ENTRY LIST OPEN UNTIL' NOON, THURSDAY. GET YOUR TICKETS EARLY Stall now on salt Alexandra Hotel Cigar Stand, Colonial Theatrt, and Vlrny Ridge Confectionery, orders for seats re- ceived at Phonei 360 or 1722. and J1.50 reserved. Stating accommodation reserved for 500 aut-of-town boxing cn- m carloadt.