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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SDT BRINGING UP FATHER THTTLETHBRTPGE PAtCY HKSAtD SATURDAY, MARCH A VARIETY OR FOODS IV larrc FUTuai 1MVKI.. INC. to satisfy the keen uppetlle or tempt the poor appetite. You'll always leave feelins pleased and gatiyHcd. SILVER GRILL BLAIRMORE CHAMPIONS CROWS NEST LEAGUE DOC BARBOUR'S SEXTET WINS THE FINAL THRILLER ON CALGARY ICE LAST NIGHT BY 5 TO 4 SCORE AND WILL NOW MEET OKOTOKS! HOCKEY RESULTS N.H.L. STANDING A H WRTI OTTAWA. Mar. I.- league standing? The Billy's Penalty Hurt Camidiens bis break In the strenuous Toronto Blairmore Wins Out In Last Period, Coming From Behind and Scoring Two -While Lethbridge Failed! to Locate the Overcame Lead in ITtim nS Second and Went Ahead But Couldn't Hold lvlle" Letiibmigejiad the score i; !umton to i! in their favor. -Xational Hockey Won. Lost. Pet. ii .750 t s .831! S> .250 Blairrnore Got the Breaks. no body-( Henderson Jdy-eliecked Scott into tlie hoards iand drew a ten minute penalty. He caught the lllairmore player off his defeated balance and the offence really looked'gait win GALT WINS ROUND COLLIXGWOOD, Out.. Jlnrc'.. Colllngwood, O. H. A. intermediates, worse than it ii minutes tinn- on the fence was too seven'. While Henderson was spend- here last night, the round bv T to 11. to 1. VICTORIA. March records ;if the P. C. H. A. were broken hero (By Harry Scott. Sportinj Editor, Calgary Albertan.) CALGARY, Mar. sextet, Blairmore, remained in the running for Allan Cup play when they defeated Lethbridge. 5-4, at the arena last night. Incidentally the victory gave them the 1921 cham- pionship of the Crow's Nest Hockey League, as they won the round 3 to 7, the first game of the series at Lethbridge recently ending 3 to 3. With hard ice available, the result of the weather tightening up during the afternoon, the game was brilliant and strenuously fought throughout and wasn't decided until the final period, when Blair- more came from behind to even the score, and finally scored again to give them the odd goal in nine. As the score indicates, it was a thrilltr from the first and the kaleidoscopic changes kept the small the majority being fiam the southern part of the province, in a fever of excitement from first to last. j ".-s'-u MJ ut'i-ijeriuf.'iy against sncu visibly exhauste I f o th V Blairmore's Great Rally i ice, consemiuntly the speed merchants I '''7 I elr ol b' In order to win the Blairmore team of the south and the many bewilder- "'as 'J Ileculiar game, as Blair- j milled out a page from their ancient! ing stick handlers hail plenty of op-1 re ll'r? better of the play in i (-'wring the remainder of the game history, inasmuch as they staged one i portnrrilies to display their wares to while I.ethbrhUe look-', Harbour pulled ail his mates JINGLING FOLLIES can't have what we that's The best way after For, could we have our heart's da- sires Twould wreck the game of We'd have the home club win and win From April clear to I A cinch for for the rest, like s, funeral pall! -Could John L. Sullivan come hack, He'd swear a purplish I Then hop on Dempsey and the Froc knock the ears off both: LETHBRIDGE GETS WRESTLING BOUTS Word was by the Her- ald thli morning from E. 0. Bat- trum, secretary treasurer of th probably would not do them justice, i are "lsl 'ricky on both teams '.lvllat down hearted, ttiok- their defeat stick a sportsmanlike manner. but just the same they were favored llley 'Iavi! little knowledge of six I 0[ "lose great games that It was 0 with the breaks which ihey iiaickly nla" Instead of playing a Rood t i three man defence and accepting the surely _. win and tough 'to lose, and as no discredit for Lethbritlge breaks, they kept but two men back tn compelled to take tho short end one goal margin Watch Monday's Paper For Prize Money COUPONS MUST BE CUT ALONG DOTTED LINE. GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. Tho competition will be cail'-'J Tli- Hera' I Football Competition. Competitors will emitted to r.s iiiaiiy entries lht-y desire, yruvided cui.'ii entry is by twenty- five cents, and coupons to the nuiu- of entries. 3 Competitors must cross uut the nntnea of the clnba thtv think w.H ln.se and out Itic of both If consider a. draw vil! result. 1. Coupons Citn only be stcui-ed from tiie Sporting1 Fnge of Tlie Herald. u. .All monies received will be re- turned in prizes. The amount ami numbers of crizca ivili publlahud every Monday morning for that week's frames. Results of competitions v.-il! be published eVtry i cheques to successful will I Immediately on receipt of hv tlm Tsew.-j. 0. In casft ycuond or prices are divided iirnnng two or prize winnei-s. TlT> the rigrlil to tr.r priKi.P that compeMfprs iv-fr.ii Tiir> hffrfit.-'t nuniftftr Of c'Trrrt win ro- i r.'JVf- the p-I'i money. t AH eiitrio.-? w Hvpred to Tlie llcrnld mid- on FrirLiyw. A Friday post- mark from poinrn of thp'cltv of Lijthbndg-e will 'conpidorcfl as contalninc o Ipgititnaf entry. I 8. Tim namn and aJtIn-jf; HI" I competitor must be {jltarly marked on coupon. P. Stamps run.-1 not be ;I.H par- merit fnr sntries. 10. All fin tries nnifcl be jiJdresvv.j the Editor, Foothall Competttton I-Iwald. LethtirldFR. U. The Rporline Editor's d-tialon 1 win DP until. 12. Employ-o..fj of Tlip Kcmlj ui-r (jarred from the competition. ENTRY FORM GAMES TO BE PLAYED SATUR DAY, MARCH 12TH FIRST, DIVISION Aston Villa vs. Huddersfield. Bradford vs. Derby County. Chelsea vs. Sunderland. Liverpool vs. Middlesboro. SECOND DIVISION Bristol City vs. Birmingham. Bury vs. Leeds. South Shields vs. Blackpool. Port Vale vs. Leicester. THIRD DIVISION Merthyr vs. Southampton. Millvvall vs. Queen's Park R. Newport vs. Orimsby. Scuthend vs. Readina. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Albion Rovers vs. Queen's Park. Clyde vs. St. Mirren. Hamilton vs. Raith Rovers. Hearts vs. Airdrieonians. 1 enter Hie Herald Football Com- petition in accoriianco with the conditions announced aliov. anil to accept the pub- lishoil decision as final and lega'.l? i made it comparatively easy for OI tne count and by a a two man combination to boat them. I at tllat- "l Ulairmdre having cinched the cham-1 Lineup of teams: pionshiii now play home and home I Lethbridge games with Okotoks. the llrst to be Goal I playc-d at ihe latter town Henderson ..Defence night. Boucher Defence j Blainiiore will u'lvf either the AI- ?.I.c'.'lle'-' Ccntr berta Pacitic of Calgury or Carstair.s :a great arsncu'iil for supremacy should they clash in the Allan Clip elimination final. They have a tough row to hoe at Okoloks where tile ice is very small. I The Stars Harbour. Turner and Yal( paiirn: tbe-old and decidedly" person- al arguments between Jonn'j. Evers and John J. McGraw will be resumed, Two incorrect results were cabled on tho jam en played February 12th. lUBteail of West Ham beating "Bury 2-1. and Albion Rovers drawing with Hibernians 0-0, Bury put it over TVeet bfon Borers i-6, up- j _., ineotin, to the intense comfort and happiness 1 Tbe only game affecting of stand and bleachers. competition is that In th Many a softhearted suy wo is too fond of animali to shoot rabbit or a squirrel eati lamb chops and orders R. Wing L. Sub Blairmore .....Rhynas i ----Harbour Turner Graham .Goddarti Valpravo Scott Elwlti D. Henderson Officials' Referee, Billy Martin; judge of. play. Carl Kendall. Summary of Goals First Lethbridge. Grant. ibc- outstanding Mar.s fur lllairmore Blairmore, Graham, i he. first pair excelling in defence and (Jrahara- from ofiVnsive. play, while Valpravo i '-'minutes. in cbcckliiK llenilorsuu I.ethbridge. W, ami Uoiiclier. and ihe vi-t.-ran Ileber I from min5-' .starred tor the losers. The latter in I LetllbrWge. Rnher >2 mins.; 6 Leth- -.vliile a slow .katcr used K' 11 mins.: 7 in..re gray mailer than fan- BIiui'mol'c. lOlwin from Scott, 1 min. L.UII. Tllll-ll nl_-____ i mate.- Grant Scores First Tllairinure .set the pace in ih.' initial period, but they could throuali Ihe ilel'ence. Freddy Crant re'.ilaceil -McPhee and despite the fact that Henderson was In the penallv bos. he scored I'or l.elhbridge. his lulls fid- shot which did not go off th rolling between Rhynas' k-j-. Blairmore Gels Two illli Uluirmore wan bound in c.-t results Uy If you face the aun, you get blind- ed, and if you look away from: tbe sun you see nothing but shadows, so what's tbe use? Vou used to see a hundred signs that said "Keep off the grtM." Now, you see a thousand signs that say "Don't park here." "Back to pre-war is an awful bluff.-It doesn't jo, not for a. minute, for too much happened, and too much water rolled Bridge of Time! i under the Third period: H Blairmore. Valpra- vo, .2.30; ii Blairmore, Turner from Uarbonr. Penalties: First period: Hender- son, m-iis.: Valpravo, 3 ruins. Second period.-, w. Henderson, IB I minutes. j Third period: puiialtiei The profiteers raised and bluffed, and bluffed and ra'sed, for a long, long how they are squeal- ing since the people called them'. ;is they were Mlrahani scored from a srrimmage in I front of the net. Grant scored again I for Lethbridge. but il was i-allwf off- j side Goddard on a iiass from Bar- bour missed open in-.l. Valpravo j was mind off for tr.ipping. Hn riiinc ion figain btforn Grahiini. from j Harbour's pa..s. pnr DlainiioiT in the ll'iad 2 lo 1. II was a wnnd'-rfnl ALWAYS GETTING TRIMMED Store windows. Rans at world's series time. Wrestling patrons. Bullpups' ears. Sparring partners. Yale elevens. llii! c-iiiHiiiiKition bt-ing I'xrr-lli.iii IteMiniing to icy for tlir. u'i[ period. DliUrmor.; sei-mcd to slow n while l.ethbridsc was' Iravcllim; rri a ryi-ione. llpbcr and U'. llenilurson i" cit-v stagHil a Kl'm'it. I'omblllalioii rush, the I liiitcr Boins: 10 within livr- ivel of Hi- Leask i nnmberH iel revenger in the cily'lO pin i'- a! the Dominion al-J.v, look three straight! ''ford :-corerf. The Do-i ii! liinir liest and put: scon, for three games' MU. wiipn they knooked All three games 1 mark. for.; shooting. This scotv l-eask WUK single and aggre- Hie count. Rehor camo into i Salp 'vltl1 for high and S9S for ag- proniinenci. shortly after when lie Kresnte. Maclean, Uawson Hayes worked up the left side and around wc'x'.aso S00'1 with 515 Iiii defence for a side shot, which respectively. Uriggs was the I.Rlbhriilgc in UK lend. It was then I "Illv member of tin: tram to fail be- bat W. [loiiili'rson was penalized "lark. For the Herald Kin- wan high man with 545. The Many a glum-visaged jaximbat who -had made up his mind never to laugh again has ripped the welkin with his chortling: .when he saw another bird whose toupee had managed to get turned around upon hit dome. Kid yon ever feel really, important after you hail tried to'get six phone It seems if every sour-faced ape in iVmorica., was trying to lay lhat you should uphold par- adox somewhere.? IIMI Despite his absence tlie Windy City boys plugged along and I'l-cd [lemlcrsuii ou u Lethbridge Heralds for sale by our newsboys in ail citic also on all trains and by our agentg In the following towns: Williams: BLAI Pharmacy CAL- Hat Works and News Co.. Labor Newt Nat-or-'i News Stand; Alexander Cigar. Store: Druq 61 Book Co.; T. Faunch; Ciflar store' Ltd.; Harper Cigar .Store: M. McCane: GREAT FALL5, News Co.; MEDICINE Bros.: MANY- Pharmacy; Pharmacy: MILK F. A. Moir; Whitworth. A. D. Fe'rouson' Sorenson; PINCHEP. A. F Hlnton; G. Ibetson Drug Store: J. Rittcr- Drug and Stationery Co., L. T. Westlake; King' i In Ed, Kennedy, Dallas Hotel. Alexander Hotel'Cigar ong shot made thn si-orr -I to 'J. A minute later! is and n anil Scoll. tile REAL MUSICIANS Wagner. The meadow lark. Beethoven. The nightingale. Souaa. The mockiny-blrd. Chopin. Any colored man. op. of lif. I'o goal, ihe lonne Jk'Xabl, Sinclair .Jones Itisler The clecidinj Goal iily.t- liovs wore tiring. -ili'Jj :ist-.'ol' [ilayini: livr lo :-iv playt-rs be- Mi; Ion mui-li. In qu'i'l; Illll" i ihn ioi.nl. MiMiiliTiiim ,'-amc' "i iii'.iiin and LcthliriilRf fans iiad I llrim lone.- bill BliUrnioi.. got anolh.T goal Da .vhii-h proved 10 be'the deciding orie. tao ISI Ml tor IS5 Happiness in where you pick il. and there no not rules for tbe 01- 3rd Tol "f discovery. 5" 4K SPECIALISTS Great surgeons, traffic experts. Pitche Efficiency ttaehers, Copyright National Newspaper .Service is 381 pear in the.Athletic .News of Feb- ruary 14. the Heralii he Scottish" League, Albion Rovers-Hibernians, but this noccanltatcd a recheck of the coupons. Henry Fy-Io'i and J. R. Bark- house shared the first prize of In the list of awardis published Feb i-uary Ifllu, but Mra. G. Field. W. H. McCaffrey, and H. Seargeant gel. an- other win, making them also 10 cor- rect. Therefore, the J40.00 Is divided between .five, eaqh to receive Hard on tho two gentlemen Drat nam- ed, but a pleasant surprise [or the other three contestants. The second money, 123.00 will now be shared by nine instead of. four- teen, each receiving instead of Twenty-one will now divide the third prize of receiving 70 cents instead of 60 cents. Cheques will be mailed tomorrow to the winners nanied-twlow: The first prize of for ten cor- i rect will be divided between the fol- each receiving 88.00: Henry Fyles, 1215 13th St. X. J. R. Earkhouse, Boi 1932, Coal- hurst. Mrs. G. Field, Macleod. W. H. McCaffrey, 414 13th St. H. Seargeant, 413 12th St, N. Nine will split the second, prize of with nine correct, each to re- ceive Mrs. Greg. Huntley, Taber. W. H. DcLoug, o-o Plunkett Sav- age. Ceo. F. nidgedale, Bow Island. A. Synions, Macleod. j Jack Edwards, 1318 6th Ave. A X Jj. W. Wadden, 12th St. S. i A. E. Wltham. 121 18th fit N C. Wakelen. 923 10th St. S. i James Drysdale. S02 7th St. y. j Twenty-one divide the third prize I of for eight correct, each re- ceiving 70 cents: i Agnes K. Merridt, 711 12th St B Jos. Milling. 1234 9th Ave. N j J. AV. Stowe, 210T 1st Avo. N. Geo. Field, 1C18 2nd Ave. A D. Hull, .T. gamlln, 423 lull St. s. J. P. Unavorth, 1S20 2nd Ave. A. X. David Wilson, 622 7th fit. K. B. Clark, Colonial Theatre. S. C. Robson, .Merchants' Bank T. Walton, 609 13th St. B. N. D. Botham, 120C 2nd Ave. H. A. Smith, 2220 17b St. w., Calgary. G. Mclntyro, 119a 17th St. A. W. Dow, Poet Office Staff 13. H. Ttldor, Woolford. 13. li- Judsou, 1218 3rd Avo. S Syd IValliH, City Police Syd Wallis, City rollce. C.1. E, llurphy, 7ul 9th Ave. 8. At a meeting held in the Metropoli- tan Insurance offices lust night, Si. Georges Football Club discussed plans for tin; ensuing season, ami matters to be taken up at tlie coming annual is of the league. The club will start the season will, u balance in hand from last year, ami in many wuya the prospects of thu club are bright. The officers for 1921 are as follows: Hon. H. Leo. Hon. er Meech, H. B. Metcalf and D. H. El- ton. E. Holberton. T. Hob-Ins. Xorrlugton. PHONE 410 FIFTH r rushing the, length of the ici Stand, Elite Cigar Store, People's Druo Store. North Lethbridae and G G ii.! A Co.. ir land passing to Turner, who heal. Pod- for a great goal, play and well nef (t was u thrill 3rd Tot: 1ST tin-- 667 HARRYS IN THIRD PLACf BUFFALO, Jlarrh 'Karryrt