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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, NOVEMBEU 1, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus FOR Quick Service Best Attention TRY The Silver GriB OPEN DAY AND NIWT Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN 6TEAKS We Aim to pleue OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 5th St and 4th TWO HOCKEY TEAMS ARE FORMING: MOIM1ES ARE GETTING Bill VETS TOO I j- r o BASKETBALL SCHEDULE .VeteraM Have Practically Same Teun ae' Last Intend to Give Them Battle Good Team is Needed. Tue hockey teams that will be and Jhe Vet now In the field for a city FWgue this winter. The is optri for one or two more teams at leiit. More than two teams are needed for this winter and if an- other one or two can be organized Ihcro will be a beler chance of a Unit clui this city go- Inp Inta the provincial champion- Ship." The VeUrJns and Mountles have got off good start. The Mount- ieth'cyt raised considerable riion- fprttrtlr-team and organization wofic It hive their mojiey and Jiaye a Bood line of pliytn. Within the ranks of the Mountlec come fast stick handlers will be found and some favorltei vyllh Lethbrldjt fans pretentlng the unl-. fonriedirrien thli winter, b The Veterint, who brought to (nueh fame to Lethbrldje last win- ter have practfcally' the same team again thli Winter. Billy Henderson has been'electid caplaln and Da- vid Fjitilej trainer. Jack Davli It manager and among the players vulllbe fodfid Sutherland, Marian, the'Hendersbn brothers, Reber, Ruliedge arid two or thrje others will be on the job trying for a plice ah the teim. With theie two, teams In the field ssm.good games will be as- sured, thia Winter, always remem- bering that old per- milting.'Work has been flolng on in the rink for some time and a oood mpeli of cplJ weather would be welcomed In the near future by in Lethbrldge. Baseball Head KEAV YOKK" Nov. Heporje thai Col. 'VkrtA jir.t former i police cpninjiUBioner of New. York City, lins becii'" offered1 (he position-, ns. head o' tbe re-orfanized 'national commission to "coritrpl baseball, were" cprent in sporilng .here today.. It 'was that Col. Jacob 'Ruppcrt, part 'uirneiv of the. York Ameri-! cans, bad made Ibe offer on bebaif of the National League clubs and Ihe New--; Chicago aid Boston American: .clubs, which re- llio cor.trol of tbo game by ''commission .of men not Interested llnnncially. Gol. Woijdi Is i-ow bead ot a bureau Invesligating illegal iVotorF. ONE ARMED There WOULD-BE .SKIPS MUST THE PRIVILEGE curl-. ri'Mtiled a difficult problem at their annual meeting lait night, For yeari.a good deal of dlplom-- aty .been exercised In elect- ing the skips for the seaion. Lait night'diplomacy of a drastic kind used.- r" For the o' dlrectlnn Ihe stones of the other curlers the fe'e'c iklpi will thli.year bo required to'pay'wefe rilsid from to more than the other fellow Y.M.C.A. vi Bankers, November 3. UankerB vs. High School, Nov. 10. Y.M.C.A. High School, Nov. 17. Uaukcrs vs. Y.il.C.A., Nov. 21. Eskimos Took The Tigers Scalp On Calgary Grounds Bill Spcas Intimntes Fraud in Western League, When gina Dropped Four Straight Dill Spoas, man- ager of Iho Heglna Senators, believes that'there, was something crooked la tbe CALGARY, Nov. play-off series with Calgary, j settle the Western Canada-( league championship, is gathered from ;a Eduion- story which Speas slvos out If ton Eskimos 'made a comeback Salur- SpcasT, who" Is la day and defeated (he Calgary Tigers on their home grounds by the score of 18 to S, In the second and final Portland for the winter and all members of his learn who'clalm Portland as their home, stale- they BS Calgary had won the firet game 27 to 15, they managed to nuso out the northerners by a total score of 35 (o 33. game for the Rugby honors of 'Vere nicked for the series and blame H Ui the local several players for pulling the games In the 'fan.'" According to Eneas, an luvesliga tlon is now going on lo locale Ihe I gullly parties, but If there Is, little Calgary will now travel to ncglna: nM Veen heard ot it up tcie. Kegina neil Saturday lo play tbe champions: cleaned up the first three games In of Saskatchewan, winners, of this ncgiria and after going to Calgary match ;meeting the. JU'Jllobu champ-. Ulo uount f0ur lo one Tilen tlle Ions (or tlie champlonsblii of Western, Scunlora cracked wide open and Iho Canada.. Dronclios took four straight Irom them- At -that time rumors were flying thick that several of tho lie- gina players "laid down." MONTREAU Oct. Without a definite pronounce- ment on tlie Issue raised before him In the superior court by tho petition of a Protestant woman asking for an- nulment of her marriage- to .1 Roman Catholic on the main ground that the ceremony having beeu performed by a Proleslanl minister It was nol valid, Mr. Justice Urun'eau declared Irom Ihe bench this afternoon that It was h's opinion, especially In tho' light of a ilited case on the question by the su- preme 'court of. Canada, that "mlied" marriages were civilly legal, when per- formed by a' competent Proloslant minister. .Tie petitioner was Lillian Mary Oil- lesple, who asked that her marrlaso to PhilBs Adelaid, alias Dolaid Oe- carlo be pronounced void by Ibe courl. lordship when reminded tbal judgments bad been delivered In thul court holding that "niiied" marriages Vet ore Protestant -were null and replied: "That In any event I will take this case en ilellbre and give Judgment later." IS FOOTBALL STAR a rare species of a TORONTO, Nov. outsider woh 'a' bout. Iri tha Intomntloiinl Tiox Ing bouts'here Saturday- The, big surprlsA 'of Iho night, was Ihe .knock out of Cliiet Hlgbtower, n full-blooded Indian from Buffalo, by Plait of the Ciasi'lo-Xlblollo Olub, Toronto, nfte ____i__ man i. Football 24; Ylr- Al Cl ginla 0. At 10; West Virginians. At 35; Ver- mont 0- At Lewlslon, Slalne Bales 0. At 30; Hamil- ton 7. Al New 20; Will- lams 14. At New 21, Colvatc 7. -At Worcheslcr, Cross t; SjTacuso 0. Al Stale 28; Pennsylvania 7. i" At Lafay- olte 0. At Slate. 7; Chi- cago C. At Mcadvllle, Allegheny 3; Grove CJty 0. At 24; .Bulgers 0. At 47; Western Reserve 0.' Bulle, high; 10 seconds of sparring. J: Hackelt, of St., Catharines, ,-Ont', was gm At West 17; Noire iiulvcralty ntlilellc llekl, In St. beating IrdBi freshman team'went through'Bull, th'b Classic's wdlorwelgbt, when I is fleet official practice of the year. Twenty, freihles were out and among llieni.WRS Robert Allison, a one-armed >.atblota, who is for the left back position. U inoy'ierun abnsurd for a fellow with balf of hie left arm eono lo.bo a football player, but Allison contend] I hat ho can play as goad and even the fefercc slopped Iho boat In'the middle of the secand ronnil. In the heavyweight class, MacDoul- ttm beat'-Black, bolh ot the Classic Olub. y AOAIN8T LASKER PLAN DErtROiT, Nov. bosrd ol dlrcclors o( the Michigan-Ontario here heller, lhan many of life- I'wo-armcd players. lllosebairicagiio al n mcellns Korl.wo years tbe new yealdrday voled against adoption of was. B member of the Blackburn' Ihe liiskcr plan for governing college eleven at Carbondale, .He. captained tho football team and ...was its leading player. Not only diii :.no make a.repulallon on (he gridiron. but bis work on Iho baseball flold Freshmen 0. y At 17; Minnesota 7. At Norlhwesl- crn 7. At of Dolrolt 35, Fordham 0. At Ann 81, Tu- lano 0. At 14, Pur- line 13. Toronto Named For New Circuit AsResultOfWar (Special Dispatch to The Toronto Olohe.) V NEW on the outcome ot the present "banenall war" in the majors, Joe Vila, In the New York Sun, says: "It tho White Soj, Kilties and Red Sox should bo merged with Ihe Cubs, Giants and Braves, respectively, .lobn- son and his five club owners would liave lo form a new league. They would be compelled to interest outside capital In Chicago, Boston and Ihis city. For some been hint- ed that Ihore is backing for new clubs In Chicago and Boston, but tbe lack of suitable gvoimds in Greater York and Ihe high-cost, of building malerial might block tho scheme here "Toronto, liowerer, Is ready, to Jump Into a major league circuit. The Can adian city lias outgrown place in the minors, and In case of emergency Diu owners of tbe' IntsmEttona League club probably wonld Join liana's with the; Johnson i At Tecli 26; Cen> C' tre 0. Al 13; Case 0. won many friends for him. Allison also captained the Blackburn base CHAMPION OF SOUTH Nor. David Ca'utllf, Memphis, succeeded Kiss A. Stirling of Atlanla ns cham ball team. Allison lost bla arm while plon among Ihe women golfers of the Voriing in a steel plant at PHUburg, isoulh Snlurday when slio Is a law student at lUe Pike-i Mrs. Lovrndes oC Atlantn, three 'aod ono, Herald Football Competition governing the competition are AS follows; 1. The competition will be culled The Herald Football Competition. 2. CoHipeltlors will ho entitled to is many, entries as they desire, pro- vided each .entry is accompanied by Iwenty-flre cents, and coupoilg lo tlie number ot entries. '3. Contpeiltors must cross out Ihc-names of Iho clubs they think itlll lose and cross oul Ihe names of totli If they consider a draw will re- 4. Coupons can only bo secured from the iportlni Pago of The Her- B.J- All monies received will bs re- 'turned la prizes. The amount and numbers of prfus will be published avtryV Uotidsy morning for thnt Veek'ffanies. Reaulls of ifoni will be published overy Wed- nesday and cheques to successful cfmpetltori1 will bo mailed Immed- stoly on receipt ot confirmation by .ho Athletic News. ft. 'All entries musl be poale.il or lollvorccl to Thn Herald before mid- bight on Fridays, A Friday post- mark from polnla oiileMn of tho city Lelhbrldgo will bo considered us containing a legitimate entry. 7. The namo ami uddress of Iho competitor must bo clearly marked Bn each coupon. Stamps musl not be used aa >aymcnl for entries. 10. All entries musl bo address, td lo Ihe Editor, Football Competi- tion. Herald, LtUibrldgo. 11. Thn Sporting Editor's decla- Ion will bo final. 12. Employees of The Iloiald are barred Irom tha competition. During the world's series' games in Brooklyn, and ivhlle tho likelihood o a major lengiie war' was being dls cussed, President McCaBery'of the To- ronlo club maiio Ihe statement to the Globe Hint Toronto would1 bo In any new league which the Dan Johnson faction may organize." The local exec utlvo la a warm admirer, of Johnson unrt believes that he will emerge lr umphant from the dlfflcultleg In wlilci Al Alliance, Onion noK. Akron 0. I___________'_ At 43, Hiram 0. Al DCS Grin- ncll 7. Al Slnto 24; Washing- ton 7. At Colorado col- lege 7; University of .Colorado 7- At Salt Lake of Nevada 14, University of llln'i 7. DETROIT WILL NOT SELL COB3 Owner of Tigers Denies Rumor Tyru Is to Join White-Sox baseball mo aro rHIculInK the story lhat Ty Cob will bo soli! lo (ho White Sox lo nrrordlnR lo a nsporl that be At Benvcr-UnlverElty of Wyoming ucon EOlnK lhc ro-und3 H Colorado hehool of I "Ty Ccbb nil! bo lo Comleksy At Hanover, N. Il.-Darlmouth 34, Sox whcll of llbcrt becomes al doing the shimmy Is tho way UNO Detroit expert icfei to the rumor of Iho deal. President N'avlu of tho Tlga Tufl.i 7. RESULTS OF NORTHERN RUGBY CUP TIES JO INFLUX OF FOREIGN LABOR OTTAWA, Oct. Canadian Robertson loday etat- d positively that the impression that merlcan citizens arid.foreigners are cing allowed lo eater Canada from he United States, glutting the Gana- an labor niarkril, was "t ave. taken .the mailer up. wltli .the mmigratlon lie said, and I find tntX there. is no Inflal f American citizens or foreign.labor CnnadR. Tbe American Imml- department Is exercising the trlctest supervision over thla matter nfl II hns been found that p.edple urnlng lo Canada Irom lhc United tates, are almost In every instance Canadian citizens who have been de- rived of Ihclr work In tlie United tates, aud consequently with to re- urn lo Canada." HAT DISTINCTION J, There is a big difference in hats. Sometimes it's in the looks; sometimes it's.in the wear. Kester's hats, possess all those qualities men and are after. sThey: Have'. sitylish appear- ance and lasting quality; they have an. air of distinc- tion; and they are mighty good values.. BERT KESTER'S M E N S SHOP iiouB OF BOTH CEiNTURY BRAND CLOTH'INO.. Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner NOT ENDORSED BY DISPUTES BRITAIN'S RIGHT TO RENOUNCE PART OF THE TREATY PAKIS, Oct. is made (he French government In its reply o tlie -British note announcing Great Jrltaln had.'decided .to. renounce the igbt to confiscate. Oernian property ri tbo United Kingdom that the para- I'rnph of the Verealllea trcatf which Jrcnt Britain Is prepared to waive is an Inlegrnl part of Ihe conventlpn, iays Ihe Petit Parialen. The govern uenl tlicrefare, ttial Ihls or anv other clause of the Irealy cannot bo revised without a preliminary agree men! between all Ihe signatories c! tho pact. the newspaper says, Is couched In extremely courteous, liu nn language, and expresses the hopi an agreement between the nations 01 Iho subject may soon be reached. STRUCK BY TRAIN LOST LIFE ST, K. B., Oct. Fisher, ogeJ 25, and mnrrled, o Halifax, was 'nslanlly Wiled wbcn slruck by n freight engine on the 0 iV. n. Bbont seven miles from thi city shortly after eoven O'clock Ins nlghl, i TRAVEL TOO COSTLY says Ibo story Is too absurd to think (IIITlciillIcs, LONDON, Oct. As sodat.cd press congrcs of the world .which was to have bee held at Sydney, Auttralla -In 19JS hut vis poslponcd till ha Ijcon furlhct- poatpoued Indeflnltel mainly through and othc abnul. lie dcrl.aren ihe Dstroil club Is trying to bulM up for season _._ ond not tear flown. Ho o( northern'qobh will play with Ihe Ttgcrs If ha Tinlon cup tlcfl toilayjplnyj nnywbere nnil that his release LONDON', OcL SO.-Canadlan As-1 wero as foMows: Yorkshire Cup Leeds '2, Hull Kingston 3. KelsWy 0, thill IS. Dcwsbury 3, Halifax 2. llunsk'l 10, llntlcy n. Lancivhlre Cup WldnoB 13, Wlgiin 12, Wnrrinslon 5, St. Helens tlons 2. Droughtdn B, St. Helens 2. nechJalc 0, f-clgh 0. Northern Union Ltaijue nrBflloril Norlhorn 7, Yort 15. EASTERN HUOBY RESULTS OlUwa 14; Montreal 6. McQIll 16; Queens li, Tigers tf ArjOi I, could not purchased for Ucnldca. he not think the- owner ol While would care to as- sume Coljb's contract ol REQINA WINS THE RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP HEfllN'A, Oci. won thn niBby of Saskatchewan on Saturday by defeating (he Saska- toon team K lo 0. 6NQW' IN THE EAST Oct. n-ol nK risers in Ihls city were greetc his morning by the first snowfall Iho year. Coat year the first fall snow occurred on Oclobar 27- AUc, 'at Quebec QUBDEC, Ocl. powdc IOW, Ihe first of bcga (lurrying this morntgg at 11.45. TO CAPTAIN THE VICTOniA HOCKEY TEAM VICTORIA. O.-t. O.itman lo caplaln ihe local tc-arn dnrlnj tho 1920-21 hockey season, occorflnn lo announcement maclo this morning by Lester manager 6f tbe jVIClorla club. DRURY GOVERNMENT TORONTO, Oct.'. Dniry }vernmeat-decided, last nlgbt not to ndorfee the Candidature .'of. .James IgglDB, the Eolillcr-labor candidate .the northeaBtf Toronto Pclerboro' biXers reduced tha prlco of bread to 13'centa-s larjc -loaf.-'.. RAMWELL. BOOTri -AT tORONrp TOROSTOyOcl. Bram-, ell Booth, head of the Salt-align rmy, throughout tbe world, Is Ibis 'temoon being, tendered an. official olcome.'lo A.band.'of 300 usUlauB. composed pf_.lh6 members r 15 locai and one "from -.Wind- or and Peterboro is providing the uslc while will extend bo welcome bf the municipality. STREET K-W Service Station Servka Station tjr tit (unoai K-W Magnetos. All Dikes ot magnetos, (mentors, colls re- paired. Full ttoct of rspalr riefl. Atlwork fnarintwi MAQNKT8 RECHARQED The Roy Co. 111 Avenue South PHONE 7M Hetildopiball ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED NOV. 6th Enirlei Close Nov. Midnight FIRST DIVISION Villa ve Albion. Blackburn Arwnil Bradford vl Everton. Spurs vi Oldhim. Derby, yi Bolton. Newcaitle Burnliy. THIRD DIVISION Brlitol vs Brentford, Exeter vs Watford. Luton v> Palace. Mlllwall vi Swlndori. Reading Norvrlcfi. Plymouth va Brighton, I enter tbe Herald Football Com- petition In nccordanca with the rules und conditions announced above, an4 egrce to accept the pub- lished decision as dnal and legally binding. Signet Address MANUFACTURERS SHAKY TORONTO, Oct. of this city who aro dependent lha llydrn-Klcclrlc Commission t power nro feeling very uneasy over the prospect that their power nay bo cut off altogether any time now. Bo far they have been able to rnnnlng oil a fifteen por cent, shortage ol power but tho situation socms lo be growing more serious from day to day Rubberized Tweed Coats Absolutely' waterproof. LOW at Values that WerO'330. ami f35, Selling and A wide range o( pallorns nnd colors, belted, with palch pockeU or plain tlyles with- tho slash [nickels. SELLING NOW A MAGNIFICENT LINE OF SWEATER COATS In hcary (htvilts, wltli shawl shade for any any taste.-' to I'nllovor heavy .wool roll collar Swtaters. Our special All popular shades, LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES ind THF: FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 113 FIFTH STHEEf- ;