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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEC rm uamnnxas PAfor HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1921 ryesp, BRINGING UP FATHER BydMcManus 6HC NUbTOC MINO SOME: OLD !TOOt--fr I f HIS I NAME- lT H6WE THAT A OUT IN SHOW TOOKK VrmjCX A MHN AND 8UACKCNEO BOTH iHf L FMTUM IMVICt. IMC. BroadbentI Mr-Kelt, Bruce We Serve Good Food The weal Is a great Tleal to the aver- use person. It In not done in slip-Bhod manner. With service you get the best of lircuarcd by who through years of experience have night, will be under the six-ma'. rule..; The teams lined up as follows: fiiderably. Judged .simply a-s hockey, i Vancouver tocIgM's game was )jy far the tveat Lehman of the world'.H series. C'ook Cyoloiie Taylor, whu played center j for played briHianlly in j MacKay ylaces, but his rushes ant! shooting] .1- Adams lackrd f heir uld cftVictiveness. j The last period, which opened with! Harris Ottawa Beneili Gerunl Boucher Cleghont Dennenv- Tayior Darragli Golf Club Holds Annual Sign in J15.98." a Cisco, Texas, -READY TO window: They say Juhn .MoGraw has revised t that old Scotch ballad. "Douglas, i Douglas, and true" to read "Douglas, Douglas, don't he a stew." THIS WEEK 1st Prize 2nd Prize Prize Booby Prize Coupon must be cut along dotted RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: I ENTRYFORM I GAMES PLAYED APRIL 2ND I GAMES PLAYED APRIL 2ND FIR8T DIVISION Aston Villa vs. Middlesboro. vc. Manchester City. Chelsea vs. Bradford City Liverpool vs. Blackburn R, SECOND DIVISION Clapton Or. vs. Stoke. Hull City vs. Blackpool. fHlRD DIVISION Exeter vs. Luton, Mcrthyr vs. Reading. Mlllwall vs. Swansea. Plymouth VB. 'Southampton. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Aibion Rovers vs. Dundee. Celtic vi. Dumbarton. Hamilton vs. Falkirk. Third Lanark vs. Motherwell. Tfc f. competition will fie called The Football Competition. Companion will be entitled to many entries as they desire, ontry is accompanied by tvrentr- five rsnis. and couponn to tht nUni- of S Competitors must cross out ths snies of the clubs they think w.U sr and cross out the names of both if they consider a draw ?rill result. Coupons can only ba secured from of The Herald. 5 All monUs received will re- turned In The amount and 12 numbers of Q svery Monday mornini; for that week a camea. Results of competitions will bo published Wednesday and to oompetltorfl will j he nmllcd imm-fllately on receipt of bv Athletic News. C Tn casft first, aocond or tiurrt J- prizes aro divided among fwo or more IO Vighf tA tr.d prizes ro Uiat competitorn with the highest UJ mjinljer of correct will re- the highest psrcuntuse of prun 1 or r.d'tn. erald, r.ethbrirtg 1 1. 'Thf- Sp'irtin ill final. not be used as pay- must bo addressed to i.ill Competition, Thf Barred from the nf Herald competition. Baseball Meets Track Talk MOTTOES OF FAMOUS MEN "Trade is the artery of ry Frazee. "Even in the depths there is room to Mack. is pitch- ing is more Mitchell. "The jaw is mightier than the Evers. "Forget the or' tomor- Moran. "Eloquence 'is entrancing, but bats (From Our Own Correspondent'i CLAHESHOLM, March holm Golf Club i.hpiranuua.1 meet- ing on Thursday last and elected their ofiicera for the coming season. It is win ball Cobb. the intention of thfi Club to build a Club house on the grounds this sum-! How can a fellow low wild oats mer. The Club Units are as natural a when the companion of corn situation for Golf could be foimdiand rye are prohibited? in the country. The membership of the club this season will be over fifty membars. Tho Baseball Club will hold a meet- ing in the near future in deride the matter of a bail learn for the coming Xow cornea the rookie from atar To strive with older Ho gets "a tryout" and the razz, And goes right back again! The Herald-Journal cup em- blematic of the Imateur hockey championship of Alberta. The Calgary Alberta Pacifies, senior champions claim it, and the A. A. H. A. officials say It is theirs. The Canmore team, Intermediate cham- pions, challenged for It, and claim that if the'A.P.'s won't play they will claim the cup by default. Uethbridge Vets held the cup during 1919-20. season. There has a when ?o much good material is att hand than this ypar. and it is hoped According to the official commun- fjiie, Daniel Hoone lias signed with Chattanooga, Wonder if Daniel has BANK OF COMMERCE OPENS BRANCH IN PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD that the boys v-'Hl get together and put the ajict-d ho used io show when he first-class bail ttrm in the field for was chasing Indiana through the Ken- J192J. At a meeting of the Clavpshnlm Park I Association belli in .T. R. "Wait's offire Jon Thursday, it was ilec.Idef! to hold [a day o? sportp on May 24th. A com- mittee of three composed of J. R. lucky jungles and River? along tho Ohio There's nothing likd optimism. Ac- cording to repart, Kppa Rixey, the huge southpaw, always Watt.-R. B. MofTatt and J.'T. him a wallet containing in ley were appointed to up a pro- 1 Confederate ninney so as to have H gramme of horse races, etc. j handy to cash in when justice is done I and the Lost Cause conies into its own TORONTO BOWLERS ON TOP BUFFALO. Mar. Saimders of Toronto, Phot into first place In the five-man event in the American bowl- iriE congress tournament last night by rolling a grand total of pins, thirty plus under Jhc world's record tcvre established Dy the 1 ot Chicago in I'eoria last year. Bracks No. tha tournament at CANADIAN WOMAN GOLFER DEFEATED PIXEHl'RST, N. C., Mar. Dorothy Campbell Hurd oC Pitfsljitig, defeated Mrs. Hope Gibson of tho Hamilton Golf club of Canada, 2 and I, today in the second round of the north and south championships. The Canadian player led most of tho way. GORMAN WINS NEW YORK, .March Unr- man, Portland, Oregon, decision over Frank Kdwards, New York, after !5-roitnd contest, in Brook- lyn tonight. Gorman weighed I2fi 1-2 pounds anci Edward 124. Lethbrldge Heralds for sale by our newsboys in all cities and towns and Iso on all and by our agents in ihe following towns; E. Williams; 8LAIRMORE---Blairmore Pharmacy, Maurice Bond; Hat Works News Co., Lnbor News Agencies, Na- tional Stand; Alexander Cigar Store; Drug Book Co.; T. Fauncfi; Cigar Stores, Ltd.; Harper Cigar Store; M. McCabe; GREAT I ZBYSZKO AND PESEK MATCHED FALLS, Newi Co.; MEDICINE Bros.; Pharmacy; Pharmacy; MILK CHICAGO, March, Zbysxko, F, A. Molr; WhUwurth, A. D. Ferguson; heavyweight wrestler nml John 1'esnk, Sonsnton; PINCHER A. Tuckerv R. F. j of Nebraska, yesterday were match- Hlnton; G. Drug Store; J. to meet hero In a ftnhh match on Drug and Stationery Co., L. T. King, j April On tho artmo date Ed. In Ed. Kennedy, Dallas Hotel, Altxander Hotel Cigar I.ewin, world's champion, fttand, Elite Cigar Btore, Drug Store, North Lethbridge, and J. G. will ineot either Jim London r.v Gar- ftebf.rtaon Co. jdini. No wonder so many bail clubs train in Teras! Latest quotations'on hooch, for a quart of dubious Mexican stuff to for semi-guaranteed rye. Inasmuch as ballplayers don't get their first paychecks of tho sea- son till after leaving the training camp, such prices mean sober camps, and increased efficiency. There are many kinds of trustful- ness, but how about that, shown by tho small hoy who stands in the alley hack the hall-park fence, firmly be- lieving that. Babo Ruth will hit one over and right into his hands? You can't accuse anyone of trying to hide behind a skirts now- adays. Several big limguc pitchers aro ex- perimenting with as new delivery called "Tho Landhml Curve." !t has such ;t high raise l.bat nobody can meet it. Copyright National Newspaper Scrvtco j It is announces that n. branch nf i The Canadian Bank of Commerce is i to be opened invthc immedlaip future j at Port of Spain. Trinidad. f Port of Spain lies at the mouths j tho Orinoco, which is navigable for i twelve hundred miles by river steam- er except in the dry season, and which with iis many tributaries, is the prin- cipal avenue of trade for a large part of Venezuela. j This trade is still in Its infancy for. {owing to tho disturbed Vcncxuelan (political conditions, the interior of i thai, country is Ifttlo known or loptid. liiit JIH its resources are oxn'.oit- the importance of Port of Spain. us the point of transhipment for all exports, will be greatly increased. Trinidad itself exports products to the value of .sonic annually which principal ones are oil, part- ly used for bunkering fillips; cocoa, the stamhml of which Is unusually high; susar, molasses anil rum. Imports are about tho same value and as much of the demand is for goods which or could by Canada, the opening of a Canadian bank simultaneously with the ratifica- tion of 'JUT trade agreement v.'ith the. Rritisu West Indios is of special In- terest to this country. TOM MOORE DENIES ANY DICTATORSHIP OF LABOR OTTAWA, Mar. wiancl by every line of the statement issued by me as Lo the position of the trades and labor congress executive and the adtions of the Canadian Brotherhood Railway Employees and its presi- says. Tom Moore in, a reply made today to the claims by A. R, Mosher, president of the C.B.R.E.. in which he alleges dictatorship of Mr. Moore in trade union matters in Can- ada and in regard to the recent court fight in which the railway brother- hood was given the'right to restore its affiliation with the congress anil chal- lenged Mr. Moore to a public debate. ENGLAND DEFEATS FRANCE A A A A A A PAHIH, Mar. defeated France in tui 'iintfti7iatlonal Rugby football liRrrir today by a score of 10 to ti. A record crowd nf wiUKvsod the contest MILAN THEATRE OUTRAGE TRACED TO ANARCHISTS HOME, '.Mar. -All pnint (n I ho bomb explmjifm in niiuia theatre, iu Milan, which killed :il peruons injured a iiitndrml (itliers, having been one of a series of ,-terrorist outrages carried on I. throughout Italy by anarchists. Tin; pollen bulievti tiiis to havo been proven by the explosion ot thnjo bombs on the railway line Bologna and Milan, on thfj Adriatic near Fa not.. Thft arrnst of many anarchists lifts nnconraged police in thtt hflliof Unit captured tho ring- leaders iind that the uiuircliistft will IIP unable to H.B. SCHOONER LAUNCHED VANCOUVER. Mar. .Hud- son's Hay company's schooner Lady Kimlersley built here -for the Arctic trade was successfully launched to- day at the -shipyards of the British Columbia Marine Engineers and Ship- builders Limited. The vessel, which is 633 tons, feot long, 3G feet I ;i inches beam with a moulded depth of 13 foet. She is constructed to ride out the storms ot the northern seas i and to resist tho tremendous pres- sure of the, ice floes of the Arctic j ocean. The Lady Kindersley will be employed in the fur trade of the coni- i IKiny. Mrs. T. V. O'KolIy, wife of an offl- 1 rial of the company, acted us sponsor j at the launching. Too Much Dawson City 10-Pin Champs Rolls 276 in Last Game of Cham- pionship Series to Take Odd From Herald Bill Dawson, rolling for Domin- ions, took the city 10 pin champion- ship from the Herald flve la.it night when he rolled up a total of 276 in the last game. Ho waa the only man on liis team to be up on hit opponent, and the margin of 107 pins ha had over McNab was too much for the resv of the Herald team to overcome. It was clearly a of too, much Daw- son, not but Bill Dawnn. Last night's championship games were easily the best and most closely contested of the ehtlre aeaaon. The Herald, after' getting to a bad start in the initial game, came back strong in the last halt and won out by the narrow margin of 24 pins, mainly through the 227 Bcora of Ris- ler. In this game ot the Do- minions brought down house when he the 4-7-10 split. The second game was another thriller, tfiij time the Dominions comi'ng from behind in the last few frames ttd nosing out a rictory by 13 pins, Which left the result of match to the third and final game. This was where Dawson got busy. His mates ware aoi going rery good, and after missing a spare In the first frame, got ten' strike! in a row for the highest game cf the season In the league games-r276. wai the only man on the Dominions ,wuo was up on his man. Maclean rolled 203- in the last, game, but he was down also for Evans got 216, and the Dominions .took the game and the championship by 14 pins. Hlsler was high aggregate for the night with an even 600. Evans was second with 597 and Dawson. third with 503. scores HERALD" 1st 2nd Sinclair 155 McNabb...... 166 rtlsler 227 Joues Frey 137 Evans...... 203 180 169 193 144 178 3rd Tofc. 504 BOO 1S5 281 597 S88 864 DOMINIONS 1st 3rd Tot. Briggs 201 167. Dawaon...... 158 160 SOU Hayes...... 174 181 483 I.eask...... 184 189 Maclean..... 149 180 S64 877 908-2640 REDUCE FREIGHT RATES TO HELP FAMINE DISTRICTS PEKI.V, Mar. ot 'half rates on the government railways for the transportation of implements' and supplies necessary for agricul- tural production in the famine dis- tricts has been made by the minister of communications. rates were made effective for sfi months from February 1. CHICAGO ON FAST TIME 'CHICAGO, Mar. yester- day adopted daylight. saving. Clocks ,were put ahead at 2 a. m. and will be turned back on October 30.' GENERAL BRAMWELL BOOTH LEAVES FOR CALGARY RB01NA, Mar. Bramwtll Booth, leader ot the Salvation Army left Regina at noon today for Cal- gary. During the morning hours he was in conference with district of- ficers. Smoke j DYING FROM GUNSHOT WOUND HUSTON, Alar. Eva Miiiidfi Ourtliell, 10 ynars old, was) Into hist nighl in the i'l'e.s- ol1 City Hospital tlorlnr.s and nur.st-s, Io John F. McCarthy, who is hfilicvod to IK; (lying from ,a bullet received Tliiirsday in a saloon j fiuarrul, wlum John U. f Larry) Mo- j Luan, a formnr major hall caicliur, waa killed. McCarthy was told tlini ihoni waa virtually no of hia rn- rovory IIP, that itiia marriago to Miu Corthfill tako pi new at once. They hmi bpnn for several months and filM imtrriiigc intonllons longer you ate it, the better you like it .PHONC Ml FIFTH STREET ;