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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETRBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WKDNKSDAY. MARCH 2.1, 1921 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus BY 40LLV: HE OUCHT TO HIMSELF.1 D 1921 BY INT-L SERVICE. INC. WHY NOT BRING HER HERE When your nan o-shop- pine ul'o probablv iho time to ruturn Iiomn for her lunchoon nail naturally wants to make every mlnuto cagnl. She will save tinit. and at ths Biime time eat qunlltjr kind of 'oral that in accus- tomed to have at you bring her to thu SILIJR GBILl HGHTY-SEVEN WINNERS !N LAST WEEK'S SOCCER CONTEST Seventeen Bouts On Card For Boxing Carnival Tonight; "Babe" Kessler Will Meet One-Round Hogan Classy Bill Be Presented to Boxing Vans in Second Tournament Tonight's the nighr. It's th.1 of the monster mammoth amateur box- ins bosin.? carnival ai the Majestic ilieatre. The word "monster" does not apply strictly to the Junatenrs. but to the show itself, although" ner ster and mammoth" i u'o eases to at Hi at. for a last minute opponent ton, w 0 pride of Number Sii. This bout will be a humdinger. A. handsome chal- lenge rup is him? up especially for this event. The committee held a meeting last night, and an a tentative survey 01 the entrants it ml they have seven- 1 teen bouts lined up at least. All will be nf the three minute round variety. I with the exemption of the Spirou-Cor- have loved much, and we would givo i Half of our currency, if w j The. joys, tho happiness, of long ag. Could we but see again the rye and tire the vanished drinks of yes- teryear? Life is before a du.-uy lath Stretches ahead the white and narrow patli. iiimmoth" intent upply in; The judges tonight will be Harold couple of the boxers Long. Hen Meu-alfe. and Alf. Hoael- !'NtJ roses Srow a Mr. Kirhy of iho ''Y" as for big "Babe" Kessler has handed iu referee. Chief Jus. Gillespie will of- knows that ficiate as ,7. P. in the swearing in of name. Everybody be" tops the scale thorn Projects its spike-end in .sardonic over tiiel the'amateurs.' An effort is being made Saje is that path, no oh, mark, and his opponent, who pre- :ir> to be known for the time being im "One Round Ifogan" hold-s the re- to have his Worship Mayor Hardie how drear! Where are the vanished drinks of tervear? Money Well in Early This Week as No Paper Friday es- ait end to present the different trophies. in heavyweights at !bs. Audi The doors of the Majestic will be, boy. lie's some boxer too. Kessler is j opened at seven o'clock, and the first 1Ue tramplsn beggar, just beside the lilt; amateur heavyweight champion j bout will be banged in at eight fif-I Alberta, and "One Round Hogan" j tecii. Tho fun from then on will be j 'em--S7 Chared iu the prize money in last week's Herald football competition, the W. Sherman. 404 12th St. B. N. J. Masson. 910 Sth St. S. S Whittaker, 3nl Ave. H. H. W. Perry, 1007 Srd Ave. S. John .1. Thompson. G1S Gih St. S. j Mrs. Godsalve. Commnrcu. j ilrrf. 0. WriRht, Tuber. K. Slier wood. Claresholut. Mrs, Morris, ii-ll 12th St. A. X. M. Hushton. Coleman. 25 Dominion. 11. F. Smith. 1'21 lllth St. X. Mr. U. Smith, t'27 ItHh St. X. Mrs. K. Smith, 36th St. X. J. Shaw, 210 20th St. N. C. D. Baines, 612 7th St. 3. Eight coupons were rucoived with- j out any name attached. If the com- j pel i tor who figures lu; has 11 correct; and who failed to sign his coupon will j send in a copy, his name will be added j j to the, above list if it compares with one on our files. i The booby prize oE is shared by the three following, each receiving j They failed to hit a single game: Malcolm Young, Court House. i Wade Ridpath. oiD Ilith St. A. N. H. Hawkins, Sunny side Hospital, Tilt Soccer Season Lid On Friday Morning; Fragments vs. All-Stars Game at Adams Park When the propoKition or securing for Leihbridga a visit from the touring Scottish team this summor. Tnere was .1 lot ot talk at the meo'- iiiLT about the relative strength of tljo New Bleachers Will He Used for First Time picked loam from the rest of the city. 1 The game will be singed-at Adams SEND RECRUITS HOME Mar.. Timmvi XIoni11 tnc Cincinnati Reds plans c! H-lares lie- will make around like a flyweight. So much for the heavy event of the show. All of the other they number some forty-two ot 'em. count step fast and furious until eleven o'clock, j road. our pal, Bacchus. Not long since he showed Be one oC the big crowd. CHESS GAME A DRAW HAVANA. Mar. third game lined up ready j for the chess championship between waiting .the -word BO. There will be j Dr. Emmanuel Lasker Berlin and j I'asi snappy exhibitions in every di- Joae Capublanca of Havana which i vision tonight from paperweights to was adjourned early Monday morning! heavies, and the fans are destined to j after sixty two moves, was resumed j >tjf the biggest night's ring fun ever i last and declared a draw after j in this or anv other citv. j only one additional move had been j There were four in the first money, 12 iu the second, 6S in the third, while j three divided the booby, Thirteen correct carried off the big money. It have been higher had not the Scottish League results thrown many off the track, while the second division also showed enough surprises to fool most of the en- trants. _ j There "will be no paper on Friday. Vhere are the vanished drinks of yes- i so competitors should get busy and teryear'.' re' 1 Calgary. Conspicuous in the merry drinking- bout. And now, ana out! alas, he's Oh. what's the use? Forget him, with The prize event of the uighr. will undoubtedly bo the five-round 50 be- tween Lethbridge'a owu champion, tins Spirou, the Alberta bantam- weight champ, and Jimmy Corner, the made. Play in the fourth game will begin tomorrow night. Thus far the match is a tit-, all three games played having been drawn. THIS WEEK 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Booby Prize Coupon must be cut along dotted line RULES GOVERN1NQ THE COMPE. TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: I ENTRY FORM 3 l GAMES PLAYED MARCH 26TH FIRST DIVISION Arsenal vs. Sheffield United. Blackburn R. vs. Liverpool. Bolton vs. Bradford. Derby vs. Newcastle. Everton vs. Oldham. Huddersfield vs. Manchester U. SECOND DJVISION Coventry vs. Bury. Fuiham vs. Rotherham. Leeds U. vs. Bristol C. Leicester vs. South Shields. Wednesday vs. Stockport. Stoke vs. Clapton Or. THIRD DlVISICn Brighton vs. Swindcn. Bristol R. vs. Southern! Grimsby vs. Gillingham. Luton vs. II enter the Herali! Fnotijs'! Coin JQ petition in accordance with tho rules and conditions anrmunceii inbovp. and agryo to afr.-upt the pub- 'iahed decision an final and legal I T Tlirf1 competition will called Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be entitled to as many entries as they desire, provided (each entry is accompanied by twentr- ilve cents, and coupons to the nuti- tor ut entries. 5 Competitors must cross out I2- names of the clubs they think j and cross out the namea ot botb If tliey consider n. draw will result. _Q 4 Coupons can only be secured from the Sporting Page of The Herald. 5. All monies received will ba re- r- turned in prizes. The amount and r.uinbers of prizes will be published Q every Monday morninp for that week's naniPS. Results of competitions will 5! published every Wednesday and ciicquij.1? to snrf-espftil competitors will he mailed immediately on receipt of rifirm.itIon in- Athletic News. C In tlif sf-cotid or tiitnl ari iliviiied or innre vimr'rs. Thfi II era Id at wkh Uie h' CC the ill pf.-n-ciit.-iije nf a n.l lll-t Un cli in Tilt' Fend in their coupons at once, since j there will he no Friday paper coupons available. Get your coupon right now, nil it up. and ?o out after the1 From Varsity at Lacombe THIS WEEK'S BIGGEST LIE There was a man once who went tn a rlrygoods store to match goods, ami brought home match. a nerl'ect Athlete named Sehadd wants to get! on the baseball team at Yale. In wrong. should roe in the Var- sity boat. HOW DO THEY GET THAT WAY? Price of hats'.' Vamps. Efficiency "experts." Jazz-hounds. Society leaders. Storage eggs, ('how ineia. Our mayor. I Among the latest problems: What's! j the difference between a "hired girl" janil "a In the old days you j foil Id get a hired girl for a week I and depend on having your housework Idone; now you pay a maid ?70 a month anil do the work yourself. Lethbridge Heralds for sale hyour newsboys in all cities and towns and' also on all trains and by our agents in the following towns- i Williams; BLAI Pharmacy, Maurice'' Bond; Hat Works News Co.. Labor News Agencies, Na-: tional News Stand; Alexander Cigar Store; Druti Book Co.; T. Fauiich; Cigar Ltd.; Harper Cigar Store; M. Mr.Cnbe; GREAT FALLS, News Co.; MEDICINE Bros.; MANY-' "D. F." Dairy Farm. Duck Feet. "Dong Fairbanks. Dry Foolishness. Dig Farther. Disastrous IVar Fellow. Do Funnies. Fanciers, "Look over your cur onre n suyri :m auto journal. Moat birds nf our Jicqunintnnre look over (heir thn time ami lie iihout thi-iu tlu1 half. ARTISTIC LICENSE Tl's simply great to bo an nrtisl nr ai'liKts. If you you (lie world of art. you are Ijrtvilfgeil to: yoin- coffc.-- from (hi; sauc-f-r. yon sonp -.vitli a inuffl.M-. Insull. everybody. Cl4t iiiiiijlted if (inyone finest ions ytmr bohnviur. Dnfy ill! laws of Obliterate Uio verb irto batlu-." There's ?200 in it if you are the Here's the list last week's winners: i Four share the first prize of 5175.00 i with thirteen correct, each will receive i j Jafl. Stewart. 421 12tb St. N. I Tom McLean, 122S otb Avc. A. S. T. Fox. 211 14th St. X. 1 John Teunant, Sth Ave. X. j Twelve will split the second prize with twelve correct. Each ill-receive Helen Xess, Pavilion. AV. McGregor. lOOIi Sth Avc. S. Jlasaon, 010 Sth St. S. H. Morris, 541 12th St. A. X. R. Fowler, Box 61. T. V. Munsey. 122 18th St. X. K. Clayton, 509 12th St. M. Ascroft, 1130 13th St. X. I L. Brown, Vulcan, i A. Clark, Box 204. R. G. Bullock. Box 135, Carclston. Alec Turnbull, 305 Centre St., Cal- igary. The third prize of .te divided among 6S competitors with eleven cor- i rect, each receiving Go cents. I. H. Emraerson. 314 15th St. X. Geo. Moore, 1240 13th St. X. A. Colemao. W. Meltlruni, Coleman. James Watson, Michel. James Watson, Michel. .F. P. Freeman, Macleod. J. P. Freeman. Macleod. Geo. Skene, Xo. 3 Fire Hall, Calgary U. Clark, J5U 5th Ave. A. X. S. Smith. 108 15th Ave., Calgary E. Edwin Barnes, Coleman. Edwin Barnes. Colenian. .T. E. Dicks. 303 Sherlock. J. Wiuhnian. G44 (Hh St. S. Mrs. Frrrl Ifolmef. 417 Ifltli St. X. D. Cant, Ij-is Cth Ave. A. Mrs. .1. 11. LRP, Letbbridgn Hotel. A. Arnulrl 419 2nd Ave, S. If. Firth, 7ih Ave. A. Nr. F. Xiden. 1S12 (ith Ave. A. John Millar. 405 12th St.. II. X. Short. fi4ii fitb St S. XollJi; Hardievill McKinmrn. 410 12th Av in Sudden Death Game to Settle it Alta.. Milrcb Not1 satisfied with the Tigers winning the inter-city series, the Alberta Pacifies, senior champions of tho Alberta ama- teur hockey association here tonight, won the provincial senior champion- ship when they defeated the Univer- sity of Alberta 3 to 4 in a sudden death name. The Varsity boys bad protested a score made in a previous game and this score resulting in a tie on the two-game series, the amateur heads ordered a sudden death game on neu- tral ice. j The largest crowd In two years packed the local rink and enjoyeil the game which while rough in spots was decidedly interesting, especially in the last 10 minutes when Varsity were striving to equal the score. I The Alberta Pacifies assumed an! early lead and maintained it through- out. They entered the final session two goals up and from then on put no a grant} defensive game. j The crowd was pulling for Varsity at j the start of the game, but they soon switched to the Calgarians when they found out that they were the superior team. CARMANGAY RIN'KS WINNERS AT VULCAN J. ft. M; hursf. Mrs. Mr I T. Thiici; gat'.v. W. Bute! JaniHS B'' J. [is-; K. Box 18th St. X. 27tll St. W.. Cal- (By Staff Reporter) Vl'TiCAN, Mar. Carman- gay rlnka curled here last night, de- feating the local rock and broom ;n- tisLs by 7 points. The score was, Cnr- mangay. '27, Vulcan. 20. The two Sny- J tiers, faMier anil son, skipped the Car-1 mangay rinks. Supporting them with good efft-ct were Messrs. Stitt, Hen- derson, "McKay, Skinner and Mc- Kinnon. Vulcan rinlta lined up ay follows: Torgeaann, skip, Wolf. LP-1 Mnw, lUitchart, Spoonor. skip. Hull! Marshall. Spnuner's. rink I j lioiit Hnydfir Sr's. rink Ijy point, ami i SnydiM- Jr'sj.. rink, curlitiK iniile ;i KM- j perinr game, heat Torgoason'H -rink by S pohiL.s. Thfi jVIcXtingliton the bone of contention. Pharmacy; Pharmacy MILK F. A. Whitworth, A. D Fe'rquson' Sorenson; PINCHCR A. R F G. ibetson Drug Store; J. Ritter- VANISHED n) rilil'l's, doiAS. v ini- ball. FROM VIEW Danes, I What animal is closest to mankind? Drug and Stationery Co., L. T, Westlakc; King'.! Bulldog with his teeth fixed in In Kennedy, Dallas Hotel, Alexander Hotel Cigar! pants Stand. Elite Cigar Store, People's Drfjg Store, North, Lcthbriclrjc, ,-incl r.. i Clip jFicbertson Co. j XaliOIKil rt. Vulran. 'riilsfp. Coninif-n-p. ('oalhiirst. vi-nlry. 14U-I 4th Ave. S. 1'. TI. Savilhf. (5th AVH. Mrs. MrArthiir. 19th St. X. J. Han.-ork. I2tll SI. X. C. KrMiiIcy. 'Hii 20th St. X. Hold. navid 11. TliHiiMV. Win. nth St. S. N'. HardmvilU'. Iht Avo. X. 7th s. K. Ki-.-iji L. II. Otr.Kri. AiuMin. I.. W.ilkn Ml.-'i! h-cir: Kiohl. KilS L'tuI Avc. Hyil Police. T. II. MciU'llyn. IL'.'li Sth Ave. H. K. 11. r'lm'tiviW Mth St. S. H. Si.itt. -llfi'shnrlock. F. -f. 11. .Mclivouuii, fTt.y V 12IJ4 2ml jijl 12U St. If. X. PHONE 006 will bo asked to kick off. A meeting of the league was held last night to consider the biff opening game and the utmost enthusiasm WHS displayed over the outlook for the year. The meeting picked the follow- in? from which Friday morning's all- star line-up will bo chosen; Uiuilup, TJolberton, Milnor, Pink. Cant, MoLiu'kii1, Mcln- lyre. Latter, Hut-han, Uestwick, Beard. President Blackburn is "oxpectod home any day and the league meetins t) arrange for the season will pi-ob ably be held on Tuesday evening. Th-i meeting last night discussed tentative- n VUU-AN CURLERS INVADE il-ly Rnpurler) I 1 VCLCAX. Mar. Vulcan I rinks ;ire in falaai'v today cojitnnd- for HIM Mi'Uoimld They iirr: Torgf.'.'irfon, skip. Wolf. i Mill-shall, KIIUOIHT, skip. Hall, Flood.l ler. i coining from the training camp. Cnht weather and wet grounds forced tho Reds to take another lay-off yester- day. REUTHER WITH DODGERS NEW ORLEANS, Mar. i "Hutch" Heuther. temperamental j pitcher secured from the Cincinnati for Rube Mantuard. probably j will be'the first southpaw Manager Robinson will send against the Yan- kees. Hutch got his first real work- out in a Brooklyn uniform yesterday. Good Friday Morning AT ADAMS PARK Veterans vs. Picked Team (CHAMPIONS 1920) KICK-OFF 11 A.M. ADMISSION 25c. SECOND GREAT AMATEUR BOXING CARNIVAL (First Bout at 8.30 sharp.) THE BIGGEST NIGHT'S SPORT IN HISTORY OF LETHBRIDGE HEADLINE ROUNDS NICK SPIROU vs. JIMMY CORNER Amateur bantam champion of Alberta. of No. e Mine A cup is up for competition for the winner of each of the five divisions. TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT Perry's Cigar Store Vimy Ridge Confectionery Store Lethfaridge Hotel Cigar Stand Len S. Brown, Colonial Theatre Out-of-town patrons phone LEN S. BROWN, 360 or 1722, for reservations. Main Floor Balcony (first six 50c (last seven 410 FIFTH STREET, ;