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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SDC THE LBTHHKIDOB PAIL.T WEDNESDAY, MAnCH 1021 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManos JUbT MtM UP A, CbCTTER HIT. FINE __ r5 M OCH'T XOO CAU. r trust be clearly marked on Addrtas W. B. Turner, J. Davis, H. A. McKil- lop, .1. Nfllaon, J. ,1, McDonell, H. Hincics, ,1. A. Reid, J. G. Robertson, Dr. W. P. Craig, H. DeLong. A. Milra, Dr. Bryans, H. W. Menzlc ;md J. S. -Kirkham. HCUFFERACE T5E4E BALL DON CARE NO MCJ FOB A DAN AH DOES fO EYESISIf Doomed to disappointment: The porter In a pullman full oC ers. The chief trouble with many young it the fact that they can't rise above their own necks. The -wisest thing in the world is to go arrange your coming and going tliat you will always arrive when wanted and depart before they set tired 01' your society. THE LIARS They said the horse could run. They lied. They said the man could fight. They lied. They said the oil-well would be a gusher. They lied. j They said tlie stock was soing up. They lied. Soccer Competition Resnlts Show Wide Interest Taken -Boost It Thii Week caatostnts divided the money in last week's Herald foot- ball competition, accordins to the list puhlUhed today. Three got into tint money and each will draw down Many ot the other prizes went to outaide points, scattering the QioBty well around. The third division results were evi- dently easy last week for the ity got correct results there. It was tlie Arsenal-Sheffield United game which was thft stumbl'ng block, let- tins most oreryone down. The competition is drawing to close. This week's competition games see April rolling round. There's only another month to go. and the faiif will have to take a rest. Under the circumstances, a little special effort Central Amateur Baseball Body For Alberta Is Strongly Urged -o Andrew Tennant, 322 6th Ave. A, South. Mrs. Fred Holmes. 417 ISth X. George Wnge, 731 16th St. N. W. Whitfleld. 231 1-lth St. N. E. Cole, BMUrtie. Syd. Wallis, City Police. The booby prize ot J10.00 is divided among each receiving The urinners each had one game cor- reet: P. Nicholson. Vulcan. J. Carter, HSl 3rd Ava. X. Mrs. Merrtek, 71112th St. B, North. Charles Hayden of Calgary is Willing to Tvy to Form An Association to make a last month spurt may expected, so that the prize money I TORONTO. Mar. Thorn- cliffs Park ami llreeding as-1 sodaticm at a meeting of tlie direct-1 The fellow who really da you ors yesterday dei-idml to liold thoir I is the fellow who can gueu what you spring meeting, Iho Monday after- Iwant when you don't know youraelf. Woodbine 1'ark tloaos. or on May 30. jThia i? the plan as out Xickels -were made for phone calls. last year, Thorncliffc coni'Hctiag with anil dimes were made for ballplayers' Dorval on the f'auatiian tips- The Motropulilau Ita.-ii-s aaso.-i.i- lion which onerati'S at Park, i What a fetling lit pride it givei you last night also ainiouiLced that they i to have a pass to anything! would open un .linu; S, or :hfj day following [lie close of Tliornclit'fe A rain-hmau whu on a butte, I Park. This will cive Toromo three one night, on a terrible i-ceks i-iiclnt' in tlie I He lost ail his The dates for the spriim racing for the {liree local tracks art-: as follows: Ontario Jockev cluh, U'oudblne. Maj- L'l to May "S. Thornclil'fe. May 20 tu .I line 0. Dufi'erin Park. June 8 to Jane HOT SPARKS Fiom the Training Camps Anil Ills horse ran away. And liid tjirl threw him down, the poor ciilte! ALL GROUND UP Sausage. Hash. Breakfast food. Coffee. Powdered alum. The map of Europe. rill start off at a healthy figure next fall. Here's tlie list of winners: The first prize of 1200 lor 14 cor- rect is divided, each receiving F. Lehman, 918 10th St. S. T. Mallet, 332 30th St. N. P. Norwood, Oen. Del. The second priie ot for 13 correct, will divided between the following fifteen, each J6.00: .1. McOillvary, River Bottom. Thos. Brennan, Coleman. E. C, Coaldale. R. Masson, Oil) 8th St. S. C. Kemsley, SOth St. N. Ackerman, Coleraan. James Findlay, Barracks. Mrs. P. Ironside, 515 7th St. S. Wm. Thompson, 617 7th St. S. F. Beard, 334 19th St. N. J. Robinson, Lundbreck, A. L. Johnston, <28 13th St. N. IV. H. Fowler. Box 81, City. II. Maisey, R.C.M.P. James Young, 1219 4th Are. S. Sixty will divide the third prize ot with 13 correct; each will receive H. G. Hawkins, Sunnyaide Hospi- tal, Calgary. Ed. Kirk, Cardston. Mrs. T. Adams. 645 16th St. V. .1. Eccleston, 1224 13th St. N. C. Mullin, 1319 1st Ave. N. M. Baker, 1210 7th Ave. S. 71. D. Flemlus. 29 Dominion Block. Robt. Kerr, Macleorl. Robt. Kerr, Macleod. H. N'. Perrement, 1404 7th Ave. N. Seven Southern Entries in Now and Bronze Medals Have Arrived The silver and bronze medals for the wrestling champions have arrived and are now on display at Armstrong and Raworth's store. The entries are coming in fast At BOOK yesterday there were C local entries and one from Raymond. These were J. H. Rider, welterweight; E. H. Cook, middleweight; R. Watson, mid- dleweight; R. Watson, heavyweight; E. Wilson, heaTyweight; David heavyweight and R. Shallow, of Ray- mond, lightweight. The entries from the north are ei- pected at tho first of the week. There be about six men from the Uni- versity, while sereri! Calgary men have- signified their intention of com- ing. All pos.iihle contestants want to bear in mind the fact that the entries close on Wednesday, April C, two days before April 8, the day of