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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGR SUE THE IJPTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATLHUAY, MARCH BRINGING DP FATHER By G. McManus I DON'T THINK THERE ARC CNOUAH IN THE. WORLD TO DO .YOU ANX SOOO WHY NOT BRING HER HERE WliiMi your wito KOCH a-sliup- pitif; j-Ho iivo'.mb'y hasn't ths timo l-.i rot urn homo her 1'iiichPOH and naturally wants to makf minuto t-onut. rilic! will save time and :it the sama time cat quality Idiul of food that is jiLOtia- tomed in have at you brinE her to SILVERGRILL Fifteen Bouts of High Class Boxing Will Feature Amateur Carnival Next Wednesday Night is Spirou, Bantam Champ., and Jimmy Corner Are Head-liners not onoiigli in the theatre OXFORD SCULLERS The coming Carnival practically thut fans ivill see all of tha favorites in action, in addition to a score of newcomers. Over fifteen events in all will lie stased, and prom- jse is given of a bumper night's sport. a i t for the bi- j Tllc atTnir wi" be conducted in the littee can handle them, with the They are here seen getting in I'orni for the famous Oxtord-CambririKo annual r: .l.'iga-.- the Colonial Theatre. The same pop- nlar pi'ices tlint prevailed at the last Carnival will be in effect for next show. A feature of the Carnival will bo the event in the bantam division bo tween Gus Spirou, the Alberta .-item- Champion and Jimmy Corner n: tbe Number G Scottifh camp. Tin1--- two boys will put up a snappy exhibi- tion that promises to get the funs tip; ou tlieir iocs. Another event that will bp n feature will be the match tietv.-eon Slim -Perry Golfers; Big Season Is Expected IN.i. IS. The Ottawa of the national league: ami holders of the his- and Joe a couple of Veltor- i (uric Stanley i-np, emblematic of UIP woi-hts Both hoys are -in the pink world's championship in hockey, pass- of condition, and pro Iswrn on the job through Kegina this mornins over _ ___....... fettling affairs in the squared arena.5 the C. P. R. to .play Vancouver. enthusiasm shown. Th YOUIIE "Tr.ushey" Whitney will; Sur.isua (.'leghorn, who was reler.s- i apixunted last fall to meet in a return bom with Lloyd by Toronto St. 1'dtrk-ks fnllowin." on playing grounds brought ii i Arrangements Made With City Parks Department to Keep Course in Condition Golf starts with "go" and from the expressed at the annual meet- ing hist night golf in Lethbridge will have more ''go" than at any tinje in the past. The meeting was well attended, and The corn- re port j Workman. Fans will remember frame of the play-nff tn jority favoring the continued exhibition thesp paperweights put up i tide tho championship, wilt play with use Of the municipal course at Hend- at tho la.-t show i "ie Senators. Six-man is to be i orsoil Arrangements had been favorite welterweight, played in the series ami neutral zone the City Parks Dept. v.ho scored sicnal lion-! in. center ice has been increased to OVA in his win'over Dave Conitr, and feet, coast league penalty system Gunner "Uody" Thompson who had to goveni. This will be'the first timejto This assures the club of the cbeerins in Ms over! in- history or world's hockey i receiving full value for money ex- Joycc at the Insi show, will both be serit.-s that an attempt has been made pemied and 'certainly appears to be a seen in action against good boy.-. i to nuke uniform rules. more satisfactory method than the club employing their own force of j The course will be i kept in better condition throughout j ihfi year. The desire is to get as many as possible playing tbe game this i year. With this in view it was de- cided to keep the fee at the former figure of for men, for ladies and for man and wife. To do [this the membership must be raised i over the 100 mark and the funds got i in hand at once. I A membership committee of some 112 workers will a canvass and report at a meeting on April 1st. It thousands are learning each year that great pleasure and benefits ft re de- rived from playing it. Outdoors, not too strenuous, and in ;f climate such j a girl's picture on the front cover. Women will learn to get off street cars facing the right way. Baseball magnates will get over the gumshoe habit. Suckers will quit falling for oil- stock propaganda. Girls will stop making paint-masks of their faces. MAXIMS OF HAFIZ KHAN Look not upon the wine when it is red. Not it' ye can. obtain good whia- as we have, can be played practically j key. eight full months' of the year. Play J If thy. best friend seeks to borrow golf this year; it's good for what ails handle the caretakiug for which they i to receive and use all the fees up BEST ADVICE FOR SPRING Look out for the oll-ttock salesman who Is introduced by your friends or relatives. Those are the birds that sting you hardest every time. fascinating and j set aside, for once, the Qreat God of i Truth, and assure him by the beard of thy grandfather that thou hast less i money than a turtle on a bank of sand. Make thy heart even as iron against the smiles of beauteous women, but if ye cannot them, go forth to j tha jungle and learn the language I ilie Jittle for soon shall ye j be even one of them. When one shali challenge ye to bat- tle answer him not till ye have ascer- tained his record. Then according to that record, shall ya deal with him grimly, or with courtesy and bashful- lN.ll TAIEMIER! CLUBISREADY Field of 3G Started But Mam- AnnUiU Lost Out Through ston President-framer is Chosen Accidents ness. s Copyright National Newspaper I Service Watch Monday's Paper For Prize Money Coupon must be cut along dotted l I ENTRYFORM I I GAMES PLAYED MARCH 26TH FIRST DIVISION (Arsenal vs. Sheffield United. Blackburn R. vs. Liverpool. Botton vs. Bradford. (Derby vs. Newcastle, Everton vs. Oldham. HuddersMeld vs. Manchester U. I SECOND DIVISION Coventry Bury. I Fulham vs. 'Rotherham. 1 Leeds U. vs. Bristol C. I Leicester vs. South Shields. I Wednesday vs. Stockport. Stoke vs. Clapton Or. I THIRD DIVISION Brighton vs. Sv.'lndon. Bristol R. vs. Soutbend, Grimsby vs. Gilllngham. I Luton vs. Exeter. II enter the Herald Football Com- petition in accordance with the rujes and conditions announced above, fl-nd agree to arc-act the pub- to 'ished decision as final and legally I RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1 competition will be called I The Hem Football Competition. Competitors will entitled to fcfl many entries as they desire, provided w each entry ia accumpa-ieu by twenty- live cents, and cjouytma to tbft nuui- j "per of entries. 3. Competliors must cross out tha -G namus of thn clubs they think w-D loao and -cross out the names of botn If they consider a draw will result. 4 Coupons can only bo -secured from 19 -he Sporting Page of The Herald. D 5. All moniea .received will be re- u turned In prices. The amount and numbers of prizes will be published !n "very Monday morning for that weeli a Ij Barnes. Results of competitions will 15 ba published nvery Wednesday and rhcatiea io successfu! competitors will H immpclfately on tnceipt O rnnnrmaUon Athletic News. IO 1. Tn caHr> the second or tliirti prizes ;u'') divided among two or more w urizc winners, Iferald reserves m HIP rlcht In tne prize.i ya I, thr.t competitors whli the Inchest I'umbr-'- of correct forecasts will re- 3 --rive tho highest .ptirtetilage of prize _5 I 7. All must np pnstftd or at- Itft to Thp Herald befors mid- Z nMit" on Frldsvs. A PVidny post- mark from points outside of the eltT T will considered us a entry. Tbr' name and adilrcfc'a of the ipetHitr must be clearly marked on 12 cnntainin: P. Stamps not used SB pay- mrnt for f-ntrlps All "n.t rim must addressed (o the I-'ootbaH Compplltlon. Thf Sporting nal. IMitor'a Adrlrtls 1 Tim wHI b- fi. 1C. Kinployew of Uor. tiarred from the competition LOXDOX, -Alur. IS. (Caii. Asstl. Grand National steeple- chase, the blue ribbon of chasing, run at Liverpool over the four, and a hurt miles of the formidable Aintrec course, was won today by T. McAl- pine's aged gray gelding, Shaun Spa- dah, carrying: 16i pounng. A. -H. Brown's The Bore, who figured prom- inently last year, ridden by his own- er, was second, carrying 162 pounds; Lord "Wavertrec's All White, 153 pounds, ,ivas third, and Mrs. H. IIoI- lin's Turkey Buzzard, 170 pounds, fourth. A record field of 31 went to the post and the confusion that followed contributed greatly to the result that only the above four finished the course, the remainder becoming cas- ualties at onfl stage or another, either by falling at their fences or being knocked out by riderless horses run- ning free. Such a tale of disaster has not been recorded in the great race since 1911. Glensido was the only one ou the field of DG to finish without falling. Among those which fell was the favorite. Eamon Beag. The four to finish all figured in the heavy brigade and were aged burses. Both the winner and The Bore were well backed as was also Turkey Buz- zard. Tho general annual rueetine of tho North J.ethbridge United 'Football club was held and tbe following offi- cers elected: lion, pros., J. H. Wilson; Pres., J. Johnston; T. Gurr; See.- Treas., K. Claytun. An executive committe was formed and a trainer for the team ch.osen. Smith's Falls G. W. V. A. are pre- paring plans for a big Dominion Day celebration. EARLY GOLF IN OTTAWA OTTAWA, Mar. will be played here Saturday, the earliest in 20 years. The spacious lawns in front at the parliament buildings are en- tirely free of snow. GIBBONS CHALLENGES WILSON is expected at that time to have the money in the treasury to turn over to the Parks Dept. EO that work may be commenced at once. This membership committee atarts work at i once and all interested in goir will j lie called on by some of the following i committee: 1-1. A. McKillop, W, J. cane would be like? j Nelson, U. W. aienzie. J. S. Kirkham, Crawford, AV. B. Turner, J. Davis, Don't worry if you do not hear from your departed friends. Maybe the j heat has made them languid and lazy. I "Whatever goes up must come down" is one of the oldest of prov- j erbs. hut it doesn't seem to apply in the case of rents. The Philadelphia Record speaks of disasters caused by "a. wild liurri- j Wander what a tame burri- Committees Down to Work for Big Event Being Staged on April 8 Lethbridge Henlds for sale by our newsboys !n c'ties and towns and on all trains and by our agents In the following towns: Williams; Pharmacy, Maurice Bond' Hat Works A. News Co., Labor News Anencies, Na- may be d tlonal' Ntws Stand; Alexander Cigar Storu: Drug desire to J. J. McDonell, R. Hincks, J. A. Ried. J. G. Robertson, W. P. Craig, H. De LOMS. A, Mara, Dr. Uryaus. There were some 30 who have al- ready signed ftp p.a members. H. A. McKillop President Tho election of officers resulted ia the following appointments for the season of 19-1 A. Btichanan, Ht.P., J. H. Stewart, M.P.TV. the Commissioners. Ifon. Pennefather. A. JIcKIllop. Hincks. S. Kirkham. C. Robson. i W. Menzie. J. Nelson, J. J. Mc- Doncil, J. A. Ried, Dr. W. P. Crate, i 11. Do Long. I The sub-committoes are to be greens and management: President, secre- 1 tary and W. J. Nelson. Men- zie, Jv A. Reid, Dr. W. P. Craig. J. McDonnell aad Secretary. Hincks and H. De t-ong. The last two committees have P9W- or to add to their numbers as the oc- casion arises. So that there will be no delay in setting the game under way at once, all who are interested in golf arc cd to co-operate with the member- ship committee and be ready to join up when callwi on. S. C. Hobson of tho Merchants Bank is the treasurer and cheques may be delivered to him by thoso who The various committees to take charge of the arrangements for the wrestling tournament have now been named and the work is now going ahead by leaps and bpunds. The tournament Is for the championships ST. PAUL, Mar. Gibbons of St. Paul, today repeated his chal-! lenge to Johriny Wilson, middleweight j champion who defeated Mike O'Dowd