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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX FHF- LBTHBRIDGe DA1LT HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 17.192J BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus WEUL-- I iWlPEO TH MOWN FROM YOUK> I I WOHOKK -WHO THE aeut. tr aiIA.UVlFoL- HORN got' HO MOW I KIN HAVE Rear 1 POLLED IT LI4HT ,WHY NOT BRING HER HERE your wife goon a-shon- ping iho probably hasn't ths time to return for her luncheon anil naturally wiinti to make every minute count. She will time it the tame lima eat quality kind ot rood that she is accus- tomed to lure at you bring her to tho SILVER GRILL CANMORE BLANKS BLAIRMORE IN THE FINAL GAME BY SCORE OF 5-fl AND ARE WINNERS ALBERTA INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP Champs Lost Herald-Journal Cup, and Can- U more Will Now Challenge Alberta Pacific, Senior f Champions, for the Alberta Amateur Championship. ON THE LEVEL It's .wrong to start two fighting dogs In fierce and desperate strife, Where aach one snaps and rends and CANMORE, March more defeated Blairmorc tonight fiw to nothing in a fast game and wen amateur 'Alberta inter- mediate hockey 'championship. makes fifteen straight wins for for the season. Can- more won the round 10 to 3. The scores were made as fol- First period, no icon; sec- ond period, Canmore scored two; third period, Canmore scored 3; Rhynat in goal for Blairmorc sav- ed his team from a more severe For Canmore it is hard to pick the star, as the whole played probably the best game of their career. Canmore tonight is proud of the youngsters, as they played the noted Barboiir and his teammates to a standstill. The following was the line-up: Riva; defense. Powers and G. Mackie; forwards. J. Mackie, 0. Reinnika, and J. Blaskan. Evans and U Hellion. Rhynas; de- fense, Barbour and Turner: for- wards, Valpravo and El- win. .Sub, McLeod. Referee. Davidson; Judge of Play, Murphy. Goal scorers: G. Mackie, two: J. Mcckie, Reinnika and Blaskan. Canmore will now challenge for the senior honors. pay To pass the dog f sht gate. League standings to March 12 in- J elusive. I English Division P. W. D. L. F. A. Pt. BRITISH RACING PUBLIC GETS BLOW IN LINCOLNSHIRE LONDON. Mar. As- colnshire were Soraiius, Senhora. Qyeen's Guild. Poltava. Elfterion, Planet, Cornsack. Lysznnd, Dynamo. Illuminate, Clarion. I'gly Duckling, Archgift. Piraeus, Ardovan. Ardscull. Vosol, Adopted, Gleneskaki. Quilp. Earna, Ardfern. Win the War, Con- sociated Lincolnshire! trol. Victory .Spire, handicap, the first ot spring handicaps, j The Lossett, Messina. Thoughtless run over the straight mile the Car- and Blarneystone. holme, was won today by an outsider, j [Burnley j Liverpool Newcastle r. Manchester C. Kverton Dolton W. i Tottenham 11. j Middles-boro I Manchester U j Arsenal West Brom A. Bradford C. Blackburn R... Chelsea Aston Villa Sunderland Preston N'. E.. Huddersfleld T. Sheffield F. Oldham Derby C. Bradford English Leagu i Birmingham .81 20 .31 13 10 .31 17 i; .31 1J 4 14 10 .31 12 13 13 5 .SI 13 .31 13 S 67 23 48 6 53 27 40 S 55 31 40 10 48 38 38 5 49 41 38 6 55 39 37 11 62 41 35 9 40 37 33 10 54 51 34 ......30 10 10 10 43 44 30 You know those Cogs won't lake acd stall To get another date! It's wicked to hold To pit the barnyard kings In frantic combat, beak to beak, While gaffs tear fluttering wings! And know that when those birds Flash in like dickering flame, No bankrolls 'neath their pillows framed A faked and crooked game. .30 10 10 10 39 44 30! ..11 9 .31 .29 H .32 11 .31 10 ..29 10 .32 S .34 u .31 .31 ..31 12 10 43 42 30i 10 42 42 30i 7 11 34 39 291 7 14 45 60 29 S 13 43 51 2S 5 14 40 40 23 S 16 25 41 24 14 15 30 50 24! 1 12 15 33 72 20 13 15 26 44 19 6 7 IS 34 57 19 TAKE BAD BEATING Giants Take Into Camp By Over 250 Pins in Three Games The Herald bowling team were out- classed by the Giants in the city 10 pin league last night, with the remit that they lost all three games, for the first time this season. New pine seemed to be the cause of tkeir poor showing. The Giants took the firit game by 124 pins, the oecond by -nd CALGARY IS AFTER TRACK AND FIELD MEET The Herald has been asked to pub- lish the followlns: I beg to idvlie you that the date ot the Alberta Amateur Wrestling Championships (or 1921 has for Friday, April next, and will be held at by the Lsth- bridge T. M. C. A, Also, I wish to advise you, and, through your columns, the athletes oi' the Province, that application has been made to this Branch by the Cal- gary Caledonian Games Society for permission to hold the Track and Field Athletic Championships for Al- berta, and that this matter will be put to the ballot of the Governors of the Branch, together with any other applications that may be received, en and the last by the clone margin of J 19. The Herald had the last game won; up to the last frame, hut four splits in a row lost tho game. Percy Irwln carried ott tho honors for the night. He had 236 for high game and 602 for high aggregate. Paul Jones for the Herald was the only man over the 500 mark. Tonight tho Dominions will roll at 7 o'clock. The scores Yours very truly, E. D. BATTRUM, -Second Division P. D. L. Ft. .1. B. Joel's Jour year old colt Soranus. i-arryins 117 pounds and BtartinR at 33 to 1 against. Senhora. 20 to 1, was VANCOUVER 6, SEATTLE 2 second and Queen's Guild, 100 to 1 j hockey championship third. It was a. bad blow for the rac- ing public as neither the favorite. Ugly Duckling, nor other horses well hacked, figured in the money. Thirty horses ran, a record since 1881, when Buchanan won from a field of 36. The horses which rs.n in the Lin- ___31 19 Cardiff C.......30 16 j Blackpool ......11 17 j Bristol C........30 15 Sniftli Shields SEATTLE. March worhi series will be i West Ham U. played in Vancouver. Tonight Van- Notts C....... couver defeated Seattle G to 2 and-Leicester C. won the round of two games by 13 to 2. Clapton Orient 31 15 31 14 Bury Fort Wiliam Public Library Board I Rotherham C. asks the city council for for jLeeds U...... maintenance. I Stoke WEEK Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Booby Prize Cwpen must be cut along dotted line RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TIT10N ARE AS FOLLOWS; ENTRYFORM GAMES PLAYED MAR. 19TH SEMI-FINAL ENGLISH CUP Cardiff vs. Wolverhampton. Tottenham vs. Preston. FIRST DIVISION Derby County vs. Bradford. Huddersfleld vs. Aston Villa. Middlesboro vs. Liverpool. Sundcrland vs. Chelsea. SECOND DIVISION Birmingham vs. Bristol City. Blackpool vs. South shields. Fulham vs. Notts Forest. Leeds United vs. Bury. THIRD DIVISION Bristol Rovers vs. Northampton. I' Crystal Palace vs. Swindon. Luton vs. Plymouth. SCOTTISH LEAGUE J Hamilton vs. Albion Rovers. Kiimarnock vs. Dundee. 1 St. Mirren vs. Ayr United. I I IJ enter the HeraM FooLlmll Cow. petition in accordance with the rnies and conditions announced I above, and agiee to accept tile pub- lished decision I competition will be called I The Hera' Football Competition. Competitors will be entitled to as many entries as they desire, provided w -ach entry is accompanied by twenty- 15 live cents, and coupons to nuo- i tier of entries. 3. Competitors must cross out the -O names of the clubs they think w.ll lul and cross out the names ot botb IH if they r.onsider a draw will result H Coupons can only be secured from (lie Sporting: I'age o[ The Herald. 5. All monies received will be re- d turned in. prizes- The amount and T numbers of prizes will be published K every Monday morning for that week a _] Uesults of competitions will I Sands and whistle? U B B2 44 S 6 44 26 40 C 8 33 28 40 S 7 31 18 38 7 9 43 30 37 7 10 39 20 35 31 11 10 10 37 30 32 31 11 10 10 33 3fi 33 31 11 n 11 30 32 31 31 12 7 12 36 40 31 33 10 11 12 30 42 31 32 12 6 14 34 38 30 30 10 I) 11 37 33 29 .31 12 5 14 39 47 29 30 10 S 12 38 34 25 30 10 S 12 42 33 2S .89 6 14 9 31 3S 26 5 7 13 26 40 25 7 11 13 32 36 25 Evans Mc.N'abb Sinclair Jones Rislcr Freestone Sloan Hopper Xelson Irwin HERALD 1st 2nd 176 165 126 159 154 132 167 134 3rd Tot. 490 319 489 781 75S GIANTS 1st 136 199 131 183 236 2nd 143 170 182 181 195 3rd Tot. 432 564 48S 534 602 905 S71 Herald-Dominion at 7 p.m. FERNIE S CLASH 5 S 15 27 42 24 7 7 17 33 SI 21 6 S 16 26 59 20 Mill-wall A. Queens Park 11. .30 15 Watford ......j29 15 Merthyr T......31 12 Luton T 31 16 4 11 35 25 36 5 10 40 26 35 NEW POPULAR SONGS 4 10 43 30 31 MV Ro11 o' Dough 10 9 19 36 34 dough, you are my jmT, 1 10 50 44 33 i Much I'aitht'uller than any ...30 13 Plymouth Argyie29 S 6 26 21 31 5 13 42 -Ii 29 Bristol R.......30 12 Clrlmaby T......31 11 Northampton Brighton H. Norwich C. Portsmouth I Exeter C..... i Newport C. j Houthend U. Reading Brentford Aud when I know you're with me yet. Then is the time I do not fret! roll of Hangers Celtic Partiek Thistle Airdrieonianp Hearts Dundey Third' Lanark Morton Hibernians Motherwell Clyde Aberdeen Hamilton A. Kilmaniock Falkirk Albion R..... Ayr I'nlted Iliiilh 11...... Queens Park. Ciydebiiuk St. Mirren Dumbarton I only hope, where'er I go. You'll slid: with me, rny dough! My roll of (lough, I love you so-o-o-! i There's nothing hs.lt so. sweet, I j 5 13 28 41 25 clinS to Det anlj true 1 IS 34 4G more to you, to you! 7 li> 2S -'-8 21! ro" 01 dough, my roll of dough- 17 00 IS o-o-o! i Copyright National Newspaper Service F. A. Pt.! OT ''-I M CAXADIAN 47 31 40 7 13 SI 42 ..31 12 5 1-1 3.-5 51 2fl A.31 I'l S 1" "I 43 2S ..31 3 11 12 30 3S 27 ..30 S 10 12 34 36 28 .'.31 1! 4 16 33 50 ..30 10 ..32 10 ......30 7 .....30 5 Scottish Lejuue P. W. D. L .......31 26 .31 In .37 16 S 13 62 54 40 i .31 15 fi 10 50 41 39 I .33 14 10 9 41 33 33 .31 17 i 13 67 48 38 .36 13 12 11 46 33 .36 1.1 .32 13 a JO 60 4 .31 15 2 II -17 44 32! .33 Hi 12 13 -il 45 321 .35 11 10 11 -15 32 .lili 12 S 16 50 M 32 .36 11 9 16 49 62 31 .34 10 If) 14 49 57 30 .35 10 10 15 46 62 30 .35 13 3 19 -II 50 211 .33 il 10 II 36 1.2 S3 5 13 16 36 (iO 23 7 4 24 41 73 18 li 4 21 32 79 16 iFcrnie Hockeyists Take Pass Youngsters Into Camp by 4 to 1 Score (From- Our Own Correspondent) Mar. Fernie fan fraternity were favored with a fine clean game of hockey last night be- tween the Coleman juniors and the Fernie juniors, when they played a friendly game on good ice. In the first period. Commons, of Ferine, scored in fifteen minutes; Coleman failing to flnd the net. Neith- er side scored in the second period, and in the third period, Colton scored first in four minutes, followed liy Evans, of Coloman, who made the only score for the visitors'' in seven minutes. K. and E. Colton added a score each before the bell rang, making the score 4-1 in favor of tho home boys. TENNIS STARS WILL ENTER DAVIS CUP TOURNEY The line-up was: Fernie I. McConigal Goal 15. Colton M. Commons R. Colton J. Thomson .1. Davidson T. McDotigal I A. Thomas s c Taylor. Lethbridge Heraldt for sale by our newsboys In all cities and towns and on all trains and by our agents in the following tov.-ns: Williams; Blairmorc Pharmacy. Maurice Band; Hat Works 4 News Co., Labor News Agencies, Na- tional News Stand; Alexander Cigar Store; Drug Book Ce.i T. Faunoh; Cigar Stores, Ltd.; Harper Cijar Store; M. McCabe; GREAT FALLS, News Co.; MEDICINE Bros.; MANY- Pharmacy; Pharmacy; MILK F. A. Moir; Whitworth, A. D. Ferguson; Sorenson; PINCHER A. Tucker, R. F. Hinton; G. Ibetson Druj Store; J. Hitter; TABER__Taber Drug and Stationery Co., L. T. Wcstlakc; Kiiui. In Kennedy, Dallas Hotel, Alexander Hotel Cigar Store, People1! Drug Store, North Lethbridge, and J. C. Hec-reUries ami attaches of the Hritish Embassy in llaltimore have received ciglu barrels and 52 cases of pre-war liquor. As an embassy is tci-iinically on foreign soil nothing will be clone about it. YORK. Mar. tennis stars will meet the stars of (i n in is Australia in the first round of the com- petition for tho Davis-cun. The (Iran- was made today at the United States lawn tennia association headquarters. It resulted as follows; First Spain vs British Isles. j Canada vs Australia. Japan vs Philippines. Czecho-Slovakiit vs Belgium. The four nations which drew will meet in tin: second round as fol- lows: Argentine vs Denmark ID the upper bracket, and all India V9. France, in the lower bracket. Defense Defense Rover Centre L. Wing R. Wing Subs. Coleman J. Khun W. Johnson J. Fraser S. Nash J. Evans II. Brennan F. Lees J. Milley Referee: Rod McLeod. DUFRESNE WILL GET HIS AMATEUR CARD MONTREAL. Mar celebrated Dufresne case ended yesterday afternoon with the petitioner desisting from the proceed- ings he instituted last week seeking to compel the registration committee of the Quebec branch of the" Amateur Hockey association to grant him au amateur card, and the petition was accordingly dismissed, with costs. Tho registration committee after two hours'-'conforence with Dufresne, agreed to grant his amateur card on his promise that he will continue to guard his amateur status by a care- ful observance of the rules of-.ama- teiir sport. CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP HAVANA.'Mar. R. Caps- blanca of thia city and Dr. Emanuel Laaker of Berlin, began a chess tour- nament Monday night which probably decides the world'B championship. Capablanca won the toss and aelected the white pieces and the two master chess players began the game prompt- ly at nine o'clock. Capablanca's nrat move revealed his plan of campaign for the -'flrit. game, whkh was the queen's gambit. This was declined by Dr. Lasker and a very involved sit- uation of piecet developed. There was a rapid exchange for some minor piece.8 which somewhat simplified the situation and during which the two masters manoeuvered their forces for a commanding posi- tion. After 16 moves several experts who were witnessing the game declar- ed the game was perfectly even. The match went to 32 moves before it was adjourned until last night. Shortly before the play for the night ended, Dr. Laaker remarked to Capa- blanca, "I suppose you are playing for a and those who heard his words believed he intimated ho would accept a draw at that time, which was after the 28th move. Capablance responded: and the play proceeded. L.C.C. 3; Loyola 2 MONTREAL, Mar. Can- ada College, inter-school hockey cham- pions, earned the right to play Tor- onto in the Dominion championship by defeating Loyola, the junior cham- pions by 3 to 2 here last night. Boston 3; Cleveland 1 BOSTON, Mar. defeating Cleveland last nfght 3 to 1, the Bos- ton Athletic association hockey team sent the semi-finals of the United States amateur hockey association championship into a tie. Two games will be played at Cleveland on Friday and Saturday to determine whether Boston or Cleveland shall meet Rve- loth, Minu., in the finals for the cham- pionship. FOR WEEK FEB. 19 First Prize Now Divided Among Four Instead of Only One Getting it :i! Aj a result of the correction in the list of winners in the games played Feb. 19. giving a draw instead of a win for Liverpool in tire Liverpool- Bradford City game, the list of -win- ners in the Herald competition as published has been considerably amended, and cheques will be mailed immediately to those who appear here- with as winners. P. H. Saville, wlm had been declared first prize winner now has the pleasure dividing his with three ladies. Miss Lily Ad- no" sailed joi-li ifilaid. came into The Herald office to draw her 11.15 third prize. She will be pleasantly surprised to find that she is now the winner of more. Here's the amended list: t) The first prize of 575.00 for nine correct, is divided, each receiving P. H. Saville, 1S23 Gth Ave. N'. Miss Annie Pox, 311 14th St. Miss Lily Adnitt, 340 19th St. X. Mrs. J. Payne, 312 16th St. N. The second prize of J30.00 for eifc'lit correct is split between eleven, each receiving H. Morris, 331 oth St. S. V" A'. C. Wbodd, Boi 252, Taber. Mrs. G. W. Parsons. 15th St. Jas. Watson, Michel, B. C. Mrs. R. Ganter, 112 ISth St. W. H. Anderson, Merchants Bank. B. Whitbread, 1701 2nd Ave. A. N. Archie McCrea, Hardieville. J. Mclntyre, Box 1925, Coalhurat, Mrs. E. S. Nobbs. Diamond City. R. H. Hiiicks, 319 14th St. S. Thirty-five share the third money, for seven correct. Each, -will receive 55c. W. Fallon, Taber. Vf Frefl A. Russell, Cvanbrook. Bapks, Coleman. ,1. W. St'owe, 2107 1st Ave. X. Mrs. C. Knowlden, 250 14th St. N. S. Wallis, City Police. S. Coombes, Despatch Co. R. Ferguson, 1422 7th Ave. X. M. F. Johnson, Bank of Nova Scotia. Helen Collins, 3rd Ave. S, Edward Groves, 2006 7th Avo. S. W. Holberton, 271 7th Ave. A. S. J. C. Henderson, 418 12th St. A. .V. Mrs. C. K. Underwood, Macleod. A. W. Vines, 1802 8th Ave. N, J. Carter, 1624 3rd Ave. K. 7 R. Watson. Coleman. .1. W. Mullin. 130n 1st Ave. N. H. Morris, 331 5th St. S. ,J D H Ramage, Claresholm Norman Foi, 211 Mth St. N. V T. Holliday, 936 10th St. S. Kobt. Barrie, Commerce. J. McIIvena, 1114 13th St. X. x J. McIIvena, 1114 13th St. N. Mrs. D. Milne, 817 8th Ave. S. J. Stevenson, 538 ]2th St. A. N. .1. W. Brown, 214 3rd Ave W. Cal- gary. B. Smith, Box 732, Fernie, B. C, W. Alforrl, Fire Hall. Geo. F. Rldgedale, Bow Island. Mrs. G. K. Watt, 818 13th St. S. B. H. Tudor, Woolford. W J. Murray. 1238 3rd Ave. S. R. Hall. 733 17th St. N. v U.S. citizens have filed war damage claims against Germany for nearly BIG PRICES PAID i AT SALE OF RACERS WILL PLAY SERIES FOR MINTO CUP, MAY VANCOUVER, Mar. Pickering, captain of tha .world's champion Vnncouver lacrosse team rc1- cclveil a wire today from President Leo Hums of tho Shamrocks of Mont- real, accepting terms for a three-game serieH to bo staged here in May with the Minto cup at stake, Mr. PlrkerlcK addi that the green- shirts will start training for the big yeries just as soon as weather condi- tionH permit. in that every man will the easterners XKW VORK, Mar. (Canadian second and final flay of the blue ribbon sale of trotters at Madison Square Cardeu yesterday was featured by several sales records. The highest price was paid for (irace Direct, 5D.800, which constitutes record for a pacing mare at public auction. She went to Penny and Suth- erland of Mount Olive, S. C. W. H. Leese, the Brooklyn trainer, bought Adico Guy, for while an outsider secured Guess Work, a five-year-old pacing mare by Peter the Great for J7.000. The three-year-old Ammunition was sold to Trainer Tommy Murphy for while the two-year-old fllly. Edith Worthy by Guy Axworthy went to iho Brook Farm, Chester, N. V., for TAIT KNOCKS OUT RIVERS DBS MOINI3S, Mar. Tail of Minneapolis knocked out Ray HIv- ers of LOH Angeles here tonight iu the third round of their scheduled round bout, the i leu- REALSfflRTVALUES Extra special in men's cambric shirts, neat patterns and good cloths. Regular and THREE DAYS SPECIAL 'ji! EACH THE MEN'S WEAR STORE ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON THE CORNER. ;