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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY. MAUCH 17, ItHt ADDITIONAL SPORTING NEWS ing ovoi IViu'tJ waved an uinliivlla in.his face, llo win? fav.K'Uo on two other hi and iwh ttnio failed, fur tlie Hunt at ,W cot and iu the Markuaiou hamtii'iin at Derby. Second favorites are AVailor Il.iph- aoi's Poltava, a fnur-year-ohl at top of the handicap with lUd atul ,1. U. j Joel's Corn Surk, 1 Ibs.. hotii of them genuine performers proviu- eil they can hrouslu 10 tim imst iji t'diulttion, bouml to bo .MmH'wluve iu picture. Lincolnshire Handicap on Wed- nesday is Feature of Fftst Meet aid Fraser's iCarna. who, she has done so little for a [lone time past ofi" v.'ith the Uveight of Ibs. Hut. for a mare to y Canadian twin the race is extrouiel.. rare. season pot Among others that havo iliiured in ______ --...................a four- Ciirholme, 'year-old that seems in Int BALL LEAGUE IS fFrom Our (.'onespoinlent) UIXXIFRKIV .Mar. If..--A iiu-i'tin THE FOOTBALL 'COMPETITION Mar. 1J--1 away iu a brilliant start today at IJn- the bettinp; are Valentine on the pk-Uirrsqne oolit on the im-uir.isque Carholme. year old that seems in Ins.. and anticipations that both in crowd EU'tertion. a six year-old, 31'- and of eager raccKoers anil in number ot Clarion, 111 Ihs. contestants all records would be _ ed- was amply fulfilled. Tho Lincoln spring meeting however uv.vd its pop- ularity more to its Iwing first of iho season than to its intrinsic import- ance. Now and then a youngster is Introduced jn the Brockiesby slakes, riih tomorrow, but owners pre- fer to Keep their inoro promising t'.vo- v jar-olds until later ti the season. and some o; trfe best huteed ore not seen in public until Ascot The feature of the meeting of course REINSTATED PRO. CAUSES TROUBLE Mar. the Manitoba Imekoy is not with tho action of the ii allowing Wellington of Port Arthur, a reinstated profes- sional, tnrtake part iu the Allan cup games, wns voiced in no uncertain tones at u special meeting of the Muni- A fellow nald to mo the other day, Whnt makes ua throw our monoy all Jiway. lout's without our join tho football club, Invest our coin so as to miiko it pay. All things are possible when ono lias nerve. His accents filled mo full of vim ami We sent our two-bits in. Though wo didn't think we'd win. Then wo sullied out uml stood upon the curb. uas held in P. C.UVe ,waited nineteen days and not a Mturday 10 discuss tnnnin-an amateur i from thQ editor We it -To have his ttrat us thus: :i. some j ..Wy.u writc hin cussHiii hiirnssi Doni- Alltl him that vo ve and .1. K. wore appoint'! ed m atten! ;i meeting to be hold in j Hiw Miami on ThurvK-iy. March The and "The two-hits came, there's uo fear UK? Imsoliall l-'iicnt1. most, Pir.v I--lain! Lake atl-1 Winnifr, dt-K'sat nsistinjr of Fore-1 Hnrdetl. Gnlssv' run j toba associution held liere last night. pnie i The delegates at ihe annual meetinjr the Lincolnshire Handicap, Wednesday, which brings out handicap horses of class and more i to be held here Friday were instruct- often than not is won by an animal ed to ask the Canadian body to can- w'no comes to hand early. Ever since eel The association the acceptances were published, A. [favors- the motion introduced by the Lowry'3 Ugly Duckling was establish-1 Ontario branch thr.t the residence rule ed as a firm favorite being backed be amended to read 1 and down from "tens" to very short odds, j favors breaking away from the 1 gelding has on several teur athletic union of Oanadii in view But-this aged gelding _..---- occasions failed to do what was confi- dently expected of him, it of the mixmi-in the Wellington case. A recommendation will be made that dently expected 01 him, it is A recommendation will be matte that in his favor that the straight mile of I referees be paid for Allan cup games. the Lincolnshire course-suits him'nil-1 Tho delegates will also recommend mirably and he is weigh tort favorably] that goal keepers be allowed to stop at 111 Ibs. Last year he way backed by j the puck whether standing or kneel- the public for this handicap and tak-1 ing without penalty. The delegates en out of it before the day 01 the race. He started a 3 to 1 favorite for the Kempton Park Jubilee and ran lilt! 1 ill K J LlUllCU iLIUl i UIl III j I extremely well until near home, -when I the future. were once more told to endeavor to have the O.H.A. take some measures to hurry up their chumpioiuhips In iu I'urtlKTnmv of this project. Kvrry- liody in Wismifred is taking a keen in'terosi already in hasehali ami we hope to stv the formation of such a league established. has some speedy ball players that will make them all sit up and take notice before ilie reason is over. AMATEURISM AS THEY HAVE IT INT THE EAST MONTREAL, .Mar. hauk clerks who .are soiui tutc'kcy players receive a wyk for work iu the bank for which other clerks, who are not hockey play- ers, receive 530 a week and [hat. therefore, these men who are classified as amateurs are getting a week indirectly for their services as hockey piayers. was the statement of .N. K. Laflainnif, K.C.. counsel fcm George Dulfresne of the Boston Shoe Trades team, who has asked for a writ of mandamus to compel the registration committee the Quebec branch of the amateur hockey association to grant him an amateur card. The statement was objected to by counsel for the respondents. Probabilities are that the case will be terminated today. on that, heai "Hut the two-bits came alone, "No -coupon was there shown. It looked just- like a message from the dead." I looked at Gus he looked at me. At last I said, "Well, I can plainly st-o "That the sending of the letter. "By 'yours truly' will be "And the simple silent partner you will be." So we gathered our resources for th I my watch, and Gus, he left that day And worked inside a mine. Sent me coin from time to time. I sent the coupons in my own sweet way. Each letter that I sent contained a buck, As Reber says, 'I stayed right with the puck.' Perseverance won the day It is needless for to say. Now listen while I tell you of our luck. Old Gus and I hqve left tho little shack, will back, Krom our Uhortf we nttjouni, douKh cnouKh to bum. And thn upon my car shows not u crack. The moral of thin story you'll perceive Is to it pond your coin like .men, und ilot to grlevo. Although I've lost my health, 1 have heaps ami heaps of wealth. And I'll tell you one more thing bet'oro 1 leave. I've pivon half my monoy to tho poor. Such action must redound upon the door, Now please don't start to ravo, POOR Gus got all I gave, Belne rich don't say my brains arc in tho sewer. Tho foothill contont linn you'll all In just tho thine (or like you and me. So go and a buck, Konr couponjt and I Will take away your fear-of poverty. JAS. Plt.YOK. 623 Sth.Avn. City. ARGENTINE AFTER THE DAVIS CUP YORK. Mar. cup challenge from Anumtlua, thu first from American country in the history of ;he intnrnntional comr-eti- lion received yesterday by the United Status lawn tennis association. The entry list which closes today was brought to 1" by the challenge. TROTTING STOCK ON NKW YORK, Mar. About 200 head of stock, moitry younn animal) placed ua isle yeiterday at MidUon Sniiaro' Garden In bluo ribbon auctions. Tho sain will con- cluilo today. No Canvdltn purchnburn figured in tho bidding yjsterday. DAVIS CUP IN 'FRISCO SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. Tho Davis cup, emblematic of the tsnnl.s championship of the world, arrived here yesterday from Australia on tho steamship Sonoma. The cup will bo taken to New York Tor diaphiy at tlm headquarters of tho Unltftd plates Lawn Tennis association. MACDONALD'S Cut Brier More Tobacco for the Money Canada's best buy- the ECONOMY Package illlllllllllllllllllllll This is not a Forced Sale. I have re-adjusted my prices and put them down to normal. I have increased the buying power of your dollar two-fold. It means the sacrificing of pur entire profits for the year, but to bring business back to normal we are willing to do it. I know the people will appreciate my effort. "A SURE WINNER WHEN IT COMES DOWN 10 REAL VALUES." OVERALLS Headlight, heavy; blue, bluck pinstripe; reg. Sale Blue stripe overalls und jack- j, ets; regular for WORK GLOVES Horseliide Gloves, outside seam; regular Sale Horseiiide Gloves, outside seam; regular Sale Horsehide Gloves, outside seam; -rr regular S3.50; Sule ............tpZ.lO Horsehide Gloves, outside seam; Ao regular S3.00: Kale Muiesldn Gauntlets; regular SO- 95c A straight discount of 25% on all odd pants. FANCY SILK NECKWEAR Value to TA Sale ..........pi.DU Valuo .to nr Sale ..............-..............30C Value to n IM Sale JUMBO KNIT SWEATERS SHAWL COLLAR Regular price Sale p n Regular price Sale- Fall and Winter Coats Heavy wool mixture, storm col- lar; regular Sale eavy wool coat flj A f reg. SCO; Heavy wool coat reg. S Heavy wool coat, reg. Sale, Heavy wool coat; reg. Sale, These are only a few of the many bargains you will find in our overcoat section. HATS AND CAPS ALL NEW STYLES IN MEN'S SPRING CAPS Regular Sale STETSON HATS-Keg. 510.00 t .Sale FELT HATS colors :ind Well-tailored, a suit that can't be duplicated at OUR MEN'S CLOTHING DEPT, is complete in every detail, showing new spring styles. fe, 547 50 Sale.... i Shoe Dept. 60 pair of calfskin and.blucher cut, tans and black, block welt- ed soles; value to flJQ OK "Just Wright" Shoes, tan ox- fords; regular (P t 1 OCT Sale Tans and black, Goodyear welted soles, recede toe; regu- lar, price Sale RAINCOATS Tweed Raincoats, waterproof; reg. Sale Tweed Raincoats, waterproof; regular ?25.00; Sale........ .regular J2S.09; Sale Tweed Raincoats, waterproof; regular Sale......... Absolutely waterproof rain- coats; reg. 530.00; Sale...... MEN'S BRACES Leather end Braces; regular' Salu Leather end Braces; regular Sale Leather end Braces; regular 75c; Sale 75c Big Sale Opens Friday Morning, March 18, at 8 Jo clock UNDERWEAR Broken lines; regular to jp Pure wool shirts and'drawers; regular Sale AH wool combinations; regular ng Sale Wool mixture combinations; res- nK ular Sale Stanfleld's ribbed combinations; nr regular gale DRESS SHIRTS Kegitlar value to