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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIT THE LETHBRIDGE DATIY HERALD MONDAY, MARCH U. 1031 BRINGING UP FATHER IUL TWWW Mft C OUT Or THE WINDOW -TURN KIN WM.K. EM WNCN I IN THE secured from IO tlm Spurting Paffe olr The Herald. D. All fuonies rt-'caivcd will be rs- o n.Mierj in amount ;ind r.'imbfera of prizes will he published Monday mornfiiff fur that week's Kesulta comnetiliona will publisher} and (n Fiipcessful competltorg will Miai'M Immediately on receipt of Iinn.itinn tiift Athletic fr the nrsl. rir thivd Chicago White Sox players and tald Abe Mitchell of the ing of the world's series, when interview. "In my view, the ball near- the oaso caine up before Judge Wil- liam Dever ef tho county court todaj-. 1 You have to give it to the Bolihe- [viki for inventive genius. They are forever blowing bubbles without the i use of a particle of soap. i The Sioux Indians are objecting to the sale OL some more of their rcser- vatiuti in South Dakota. Apparently, i tho terms do not Siouxt them. Won Poinfs in Three Big Plans to have the case taken off the j court calendar, which would delay the i case at least six monthe, were an- nounced by counsel for the stats, bat I defense attorneys said this would be A poetponement of thirty days is nought by the defense to allow former Judge Barrett, American league attorney, to study the grand jury evid. cnce and charges. er the hole should be putted first. I do not think the nowi. rule Is qnltc a good solution of the stymie difficulty. To lift the bait under English of course, means disqualification." Alexander Herd the Coombe Hill club, has been quoted as unequivocal- ly opposed to abolition of stymie. "There should be no interference, T think, with tho ball of an he declared. "The stymie may be old fashioned, bat It is a part of the game which should not be sacrificed." Next Game at Canmore Wednesday b ,.1; illit.tlt.i c'llifil' iMitrlci ITS !ho conditi IBbore. MI) to nccept the piib decision as liaal aud biudict. Addnie j i'ooinau com- go anco with the iuns uiMiouncet! Q l J I li I HeraM Infers niifl- flnyfl. A Friday post- nulsfilp of (ho tit7 ipgittmatB ant! of tli.; isi be clearly marked on b.' UL'ecI as P'iy- o..: in'iKt I'e to THE OLD TIME STARS (.'atclirm, ilio in tlic Iron .Mask rirvl besc Archer his time. and Xoah. Uave had great speed, hut relied almost eii- tirely on the biian ball. N'oali was and far from brilliant, hut pitched tile Ark inside and out. showing that ho was a thorough, 'con- scientious worker, auil he was a won- der in weather.. First His performances full of fire and made Rome __ ..............._ __ _.....__ _ Second Wandering Jew. Lake, and tho Iniwnat'lo'nalT'held'Tiure' LAKE PI.AIJIU, V.. Mar. Charles national amateur) speed skating champion, was the win- ner of the greatest namher of pointy in the international circuit skating i events which closed hers recently. BEAT BALTIMORE AGAIN LONDON, Ont., Mar. Ontario athletes, at the armories here Saturday night, repeated their triumph win at Baltimore over the Baltimore scholastic indoor track meet with five points to tho good on a final reckoning. Blalrmore has oodlM of Ice to- day, thanki to the klndneu of the who Knt itro wtathcr latt few diyi' In large juicy gebt, and tonight Canmore will play the PHI ehampt the flnt of the home and home gumvi In the finale for tne intermediate cham- pionship of Alberta, The game was flnt killed to take place on Tuetday evening, but on Saturday it was announced that the game had been moved a day ahead owing to the fact that lee cannot ba depended on more than 24 hours at this time of year. Blalrmore fane an all keyed up for the They have been beiten our of two of their Una) games at home by the Idiosyn- crasies of the weather man, but they are looking forward to the best game of the season tonight. The return game will be played on Canmore ice or. Wednesday night. The Canmort team Is a nifty combination, ant! they are all sixty minute boys. Only in one game this winter have they used a sub- stitute. In all their other games, and they haven't been beaten dur- ing the whole season, the six men have gone through the whole game without being spelled. This a pretty fair Indication of their stay- Ing powers, and their team work is just as good, so that If Blair- more wins tonight they will have something to crow over, The Herald Is arranging for bulletins on the gsme, and the fans may fellow Its progress by calling The flret returns should be available about 130 or 8.45. PHONB Ml 410 FIFTH STREBT TORONTO, Mar. 14. Following three moots comprising the cir- 1 stakes for the Ontario Jockey club Heraldii for sale by our newsboys in at! cities and towns and] o on all trains and by our agents in the following 1 E. Williams; Pharmacy, Maurice! J Works News Co., Labor News Agencies, Ma-1 Naws Stand; Alexander Ciqar Store; Druq t; Co.! T. Faunch; Cigar Stores Ltd.; Harper Cigur Store; M. McCahe; GREAT! MLLI, News Co.; MEDICINE Bros.; MANY Phlrmaoy; Pharmacy; MILKi f. A. Molr; Whltworth, D. Andrew Sorenson; PINCHER A. Tucker, R. f. I Htoiten; a IbtUen Orua Store; j. Hitter; Drug and Stationery Co., L. T. Weitlake; King In Hotel, Alexander Hotel cigar Elite Store, Penfle's Drug Store, North Lethbrldge, and J. C. Xohody ever covere'.l as much irrouiK ;is this bird. Third thp. Balrer of his time, uiigluy even knocked down tho Right Abraham, lie toiled in (In; field for years. ;md (heui all j v.-hen it camo lo sacrificing.' I Center field A wily veteran aud a nun-tor of win- ning tactics. Left Rather c.onreit- I erl. bill, a mighty'hitter, with a club bitf as a beam. j ivho Cleaned in the, field, but was no such hitter as hor namesake of today. Pinch and Goliath. I You couldn't hurt Achilles with any j missile, excepting on the heel. Job was famuus (or his patience and wait- I ins. I t.'oach at first Stentor, whose couhi bo heai'd ten miles. roach at Anthony, a brilliant orator. if; u iti) the drinliH at a league wildly; ivibdom iiud'i him the l-'at Moran of his day. Ov.ncr.-: Me'ssra. .Midas and ('roc- rmpire with tiie seven-fold hicid. N'utlonal XiiwEpaper Service W'indiJur milkmen havo decided to ciu't were the Canadian, held at Mon-j spring meet at the Woodbine, closing treal: the National. at Saranac i Tuesday, were announced today: King's Plate, added and 50 guineas, the gift of his majesty, King Georso V for three-year-olds and up foaled in the province of. I one mile and n. quarter ,to be run Sat-1 unlay, May 21. Stanley Produce Stakes. add-i ed. for three-year-olds, fouja of j.921, one mile and a quarter. at Lake Placid. The Western did not compete iu the Canadian meet in which Jo'.vtraw finished second to Russell V.'neeier of Montreal, having a total of SO points. At Surauae, Jewfaw carried off Iho National chamm'onshln with ii tolal of I'M points. At, the recent International meet here he added 70 points, making ills total for the three meets. 270. flanking next in the total number of points is fharles i. Gorman of St. Johns. X. who has.200. He earned 70 In the Canadian meet, TOi In the Na- tional meet and 60 in the luternaiion- al. Joe Moore