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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX BRINGING UP FATHER THM LBTHBRIPGB PAff.T HBRALb MONDAY, MARCH 21, By G. McManus .._ S'OO TO FRENCH IF IT TAKES rrw TO YOU TO TOOAf IM MR.. I ff CARD GUT I NEVtft OCHJRt IN LIFE! WOFlfSSOR- I WMMT YOU TO BE M" OUft. nCSrttiENCE- AND VJELL TOOR ROT MY livercd to The Herald before mtd- Z nl-rht on Fridays. A Friday poal- JI entor the Herald Football Com IQ mark from pnimn otiislde of the city petition in accordance with tbo of win bP considered aa rules and conditions announced co" aiidress of the I above, and agree to accept the pub go must be clearly marked on e.T.'h coupon. Si-'iuijiH must not ho used as pay- for '.-ntrios. tfi. All inu.st b't addresKtid (o fho K'l'.tor, Competition, The Kililor'a decision will IIP final. 1C. Knipli.ycc.H Thr U.-rald arc (jarred from the competition. I above, ana agree to accept tue pub lisiied deciaiuu as final and bindiag. I Signed I Calgary Tigers j Make Senators I StepJhrtToWin i [World's Champions Take Long j End of Exhibition Game i By 2-0 Score All things Sometimes s (bridge Hotel. .Toe has promised a handsome cup to the winner of the snappiest bout of the evening. He also has a comer under his wing in the personage of one Johnny Pincbak, come to him who waits, j a flyweIgUt who is fast as chainea tarratioii. 'lightning. Pincliak declares he can Every extravagant economy to his wife. men preaches j uncover more speed on AVednesday 1 Ton can't keep in touch with the by chewing cloves. night than the fans ring here. He wyi day. ever paw in the appear Wednes- Lord Norllicliffo says he hopen to i see an airplane which can be held motionless above a fog till the fog j clears away. A London log would hold up an airplane without need ,ui' any Bill Brown, the fast colored welter- weight, is another new entrant into j the carnival. Bill will likely have an i interesting affair with Doug. Ehvyn. The matchmaking for the different (From Our Own Correspondent) COALDAIlE. March Thurs- day evening. March 2-fffi at S o'clock u genuine rural life play entitled, "Kindling the Hnarth Fires" will be presented in the sohool auditorium. This play is one of a group o" plays developed under the "Little Country j Theatre" movement, in Minnesota and WILL ASK ABOUT CANTEEN .PROFITS OTTAWA, March Question of profits from canteens oyerseas and Canada's share in them, probably will be taken up by the parliamentary committee on pen- sions and re-establishment this ses- sion. C. MacNeil, secretary of the Dominion command ot the G. W. V, A. has asked that this matter-be taken up by the committee and a recommen- dation as to the disposal of the funds made. North Dakota. It is mended by Herbert highly uick recom- author! mended by iiernevi aumori of "The Brown Mouse" in his Fairview It is amusing to the point of uproarious laughter, and both points a moral and adorns :i sale. The cast is siu-h as to assure a high class production. Here are the dramatic personal: Mrs. Field, ovenfDrked farmer's ivil'e, Mrs. Alit-j improvements, old dear. RAYS CALGARY, Mar. Tig- ers made a credible showing against the world hockey champions. Ottawa, here Saturday night when the visitors defeated the locals by a score of i to 0, but the Tigers certainly made the champions step the limit. It was one of the best exhibitions of the season. The local hoys were so X-ray. Violet ray. Do Re. Sting: ray. nay Schalk. Sun ray. Ray of Charlie Hay. John and Kmma Ray. open until twenty...... _...... before the affair. Contestants will j llartwell, a graduate of. Agricultural j i weigh In at seven o'clock on WeUuns- College, H. Grlnewnld; Jlr. Held, a clay nlsht. and the committee will prosperous farmer, John Davidson; i conduct the drawings in the various] Dave Dulson. a neighbor, W. W. Honey- i divisions at 7.SO. The first bout will I sett; Ida Johnson, clerk in department Smoke a pipe enjoy j jrood in fact, that Ottawa did not take any chances with two of their subs The drinks aren't on the house I at any stage of the game. Playing i these days they are under it. five games in six days and one of rliem ajvay from home, kind of made ihe Tigers weary, but their speed and strong defense held up all the way. CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP HAVANA, Mar. in the tir'rd game of the world chess tourna- ment between Ur. and Jose Capablanca was adjourned at one o'clock this morning following four hours of interesting work by the two masters. As play proceeded during j the evening It became evident that the i two players had established positions that were equally strong, and this -situation continued up until one o'clock. The gamu will be resumed Tuesday night. Old Mother Hubbard, she went Lo the clipboard, To pour ;i small drink of her But when she got there; the cupboard was Yea was dry as a boiie! What hoiglH.s man will scale for a lovers are second- story workers; banged into time by Timekeeper Tommy Kvans sharp at eight-thirty, and from then on unt'I eleven p.m. the show will be Biff, Biug, Bang without it Tommy Lush will bo at the Y this evening, and will be glad to receive further entrants, and also will have a number of boys who will be glad to help in work outs. Physical Direc- tor Kirby and Gordon Elwyn will bo there also to help put several of tlie boys into tip top shape. Seats are on'sale today. ;md LI wordj to the wirie should be j y_pur tickets now and avoid dis-j appointment." j Ftore, Mrs. Kawsay; Mrs. Kyan, lodg- ing house keeper, Mrs. V. Weaver; Mr. Bond, a man with money. H. O. Harrison; Miss Brooks, visiting house- keeper for the Welfare League. Bosomworlh; Pete, u hired man, Arch. Mitchell; a. hired man, V. V. Weaver. The price of admission will be 50o and 25c and a full packed is looked for. 410 FIFTH STREtT The best seats in any theatre are the re-ceipts. Copyright National Newspaper Service EXPEL INDIVIDUALS IN N. O. H. A. FOR "FIXING" NORTH BAY. Ont., Mar. a meeting of the Northern Ontario Hockey ansociation executive held i here Saturday, it waa decided to expel RAYMOND HOOPERS WON IN CALGARY; SUGAR TOWN PROUD (From Our Own Corra-iuoiJ'leriO KAY.MOXD, Mar. boys KANSAS VS. JACKSON XBW YORK, Mar. Kan- sas of Buffalo and Willie .laokson of this city, aspirants for tho world's lightweight boxing title, will meet in Madison Square Garden tonight in a ]2-rouml 'bout. The winner of tlie match tonight will challenge Benny Leonard to a bout for the championship. RAYMOND DELEGATES TO TABER CONVENTION (From Our Own Correspondent) RAYMOND, Mar. _. _ ixii i i', the o- from the association II. K. Campbell turner! from their trip to the north lml.1 in am! A. Jollnt. of the Iroriuois Falls yesterday. They played CalBary oil Ull, of I KUII and .Manager JIcGralli anil their way l.r.niB, winning from Cal- wH1 be represented by Ortcrs of tho. Timmlns team. Thin piry'liy n substantial margin. Smil-! delegates- Mrs. A.' Nielscm action followed a thorough investiga-1 ins .lini said the game at Kd- tion intq charges that a game be- inonton one of the best ami Ico Lethbridge Heralds for sale by otfr newsboys in all cities and towns and on nil trafns and by our the following towns: Williams; Pharmacy, Maurice Bond; Hat Works 4 News Co., Labor News Agencies, Na- tional Newt Stand; Alexander Cigar Store; Drug t Book Co.; T. Faunch; Cigar Stores, Ltd.; Harper Cigar Store; M. McCabe; GREAT FALLS, Mont__Globe Co.; MEDICINE Bros.; MANY- Pharmacy; Pharmacy; MILK r. A, Moir; Whltworth, A. D. Ferguson; Sorenton; PINCHER A. Tucker, R. F. Hlnton; 0. Ibetion Drug Store; J. Ritter; Drug and Stationery Co., L. T. Westlake; King. In Kennedy, Dallas Hotel, Alexander Hotel Cigar Ctind, Elita Cigar Store, People'e Drug Store, North Lethbridge, and J. G. tween the of which these play- ers were members had been fixed. WILSON-HAD BAD HAND liar. Wilson, middleweight titleliolder. fractured one of the bones of his left hand in the third round of bis bout with .Mike O'Dowd at York last Thursday night und as a result bis match with Jack BrilUm, pehednled for March UN will be postponed, it was announc- ed here today. speediest ever played and lie was sat- isfied ivitli tin! decision. They are game sports, Rood losers, and wo are mighty proud of thorn if they didn't carry till! elliptic Clip home. j ____ K. X. Slioiison Is ill Calgary ing tlie Hoy Scout convention. i Mrs. II. K. Allen and Mrs. B. Kirk- h.'ini. Mrs. Nlelson will discuss tin; subject "Tlie feasibility of tlie gov ernnnsnt erecting a homo for Urn in- poor." Our local institute t record as opposed to it. MRS. MALLORY WINS AGAIN Mar. Mrs. F. P. lory of Xew York, who was Holla BjunUciH, added another to long lini! iti lennis championships to- i das when she Avon thn national worn- April 11 'was selei-led as the indoor sinsles title. Her defeat for the special Ee.ision ot the sixty- 1 of Mrs. u. 10. Cole, in the final round, seventh Congress, the first to 1m held the championship tournament under I'rcsiiieut Unrding's ndmlnls- [on tlm l.nnirwood cricket club's tote, ti-S, ___ 4- GIANTS vs COCA COLAS PIN LEAGUE TONIGHT Tin! Coca Colas find the (Hants are scheduled to bowl in Ihe city pin league to- night. Wednesday night the Herald and Coca Colas meet, and on Friday nlfiht the Giants and Dominion" wind up the league. v v SECOND GREAT AMATEUR BOXING CARNIVAL NEXT WED. NIGHT, MARCH 23RD (First Bout at 8.30 sharp.) THE BIGGEST NIGHT'S SPORT IN HISTORY OF LETH8RIDOE AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT -r- GET YOUR TICKETS NOW TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT Dear Store Vimy Ridge Confectionery Store Lethbridge Hotel Cigar Stnnd Len S. Brown, Colonial Theatre Out-of-town patrons phone t.EN S. BROWN, 360 or 1722, for reservations. Main Floor Balcony (first six 50c seven ;