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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERAJJ) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER UP FATHER By G. McManns HE. RICH? at Present.; Three weeks ago.a elected ;ecre meeting last Saturday 'following Mlley'E resignation. Mr. Mliey was given 9 vote of thanks hy the' league officials fof.hls faithful work during his tenure." Outside of I hat but llftlo business was taken up. It was decided that the eague would continue next year as a six club circuit. -Mr. Mliey presented the financial report'for'the past, sea- son which showed the league itself to be in good shape. Conditions among .the clubs, how- not so optimistic arid it was the opinion of "some of the owners that unless concessions were secured...in some direction by next spring it would be impossible to continue. Costs equjpment, players and travelling ex- penses had forced all eix clubs to take a Joss and.it with the added costs of transportation but late- ly allowed.; the overhead expenses would he top great. -Thfe matter was left over, until spring when a better Idea of conditions would be possible.. -i- jwaa confined ....____ beiVqf the league.'-not even the press being "admitted, BO .that reports were of necessity picked up from various members after the" Session. ory, and Trainer Okhuysen was fined OfraiiB. -On Monday it was al- eged that proof had.been found that another' BIchon, which bolted light ago, had also been given an.il- egal stimulant, and Trainer Jules Da: toneau, denial of complic- ity, has been "vvArned off The decision con- tains j "ThV'second "occurrence of this" ktod at.such .a brief interval appears io mark' the ret'urrf to practises against which we .are determined lo act most severely." DufingJ.tbe list .three months 'racing here' h'as by "In and of a most flagrant.'character. 'Doping was established by an anaiy- is of the saliva'of suspected animals immediately'after each race, In ac- cordance" with the process developed CHICAGO, Nov. 2. Chas. W. Weeghman, for "several years presi- dent of the Chicago National League baseball- .club, was dropped from the directorate at the .annual meeting of tho stockholders yesterday. William ........._.. L. Veectvpresident of the club, was Steps will be taken to have Can- chosen stead. Other members' more, Bankhead and ''Banff affiliate! of the board were re-elected. Selec- wllh tlie A. H.'Av'as Veil as of John J. Evera as manager of toks, High River, -Nanton, Clares-'.the Cubs, was approved. lioltn and other towns .along that line The Southern Alberta group! TO GET-SYRACUSE FRANCHISE "inb'sceB. Pincher FOR MONTREAL SYRACUSE, N. V., Nov. be- came known here last night that Com- mander" Ross cf Montreal Is back of a .campaign to transfer the Syracuse franchise In the new International League lo Montreal! Renewing- Your Tire We are specialists In retread- ing of tires, all makes. We renew the treads In their origi- nal form or other effective forma. This is important to you, when you consider how high tires are nnd that you can pro- long the Ufa of your nM tires by; our retreading methods. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 16M LETHBRlOoe 712 3rd AVE, S. BRANCH AT MACLEOD E. CHAPLIN, Lethbrfdoe, B. CHAPLIN, Macleod. TORONTO, Nov. Thornp son, manager of the Hamilton' arena and manager of the Hamilton hockey club, said that he had' decided to throw in his lot wllh the'N.' if: A He gave but as his main'reason''for not going la with the C. H. A. the high salaries of from to being offered to players by Eddie Llvingslon. .Fans Pleased HAMILTON, Nov. announce raent made yesterday that this city is to'get the Quebec, club franchise in the National Hockey League and thai the league Is to be made up of Toron to, Montreal, Ottawa and Hamilton, is good news for the hockey fans here ReV. O. Dickie, formerly of St John and Slicdlac, N'. B., has been appointed secretary, ot the Social Service Council. Quebec Pa! Moore, Bantam Fighter, Gives Reason Why He Needs Income of Moore, tho little bantam of the eastern ring, may never succeed in lifting Champion Herman's title, but Pal Is the champion letter writer of the game, bar none. Here is one of the. beautiful products ol Mr. Moore's ancient typewriter, writ- ten ;to-bJs manager, Tom Walsh, and given-to the world by that gentle- "r. "Thoinas WalBi, 715 Garilck Build- ing, Chicago, Sir: Owing to the fact that I have been unable :ybu for the of my many .'ft.necessary to take this means to come to an tin- ilerEtanding with you in regard to our business connections. "In the past lyearjpiy expenses have 'increased.' to' qnl extent that 1 must an5 income of 1 at least per week from "October 1 to May 1, inclusive, to meet my many' obligations other' busi- ness, enterpriser --i'i'i I'' the high cost of things my high cost of things my expenses have.increased the part year, and being a" married man and a efedit to the community, it becomes necessary''to keep my wife and my- ALL-PURPOSE WEATHER COATS FOR MEN They appeal to .the eye with their smart styles 'nnd attractive colorings to all weathers, wet or dry. Priced from to BERT M E N '.f S HOME OP ZOTH.CENTURYi'BRANDi'CLpTHlNGT. Alexandra Hotel' by an Austrian scientist a year.or two tlm before .ttie war. WINNIPEG, Oct. A. of Portage la well known to sport followers throughout tho prov- inco, has been appointed to succeed W. II. Burns as chairman of- the hockey- '-Jirl Burns having resign'ertta 'few-'days "SO. r: i CRITIC RAY :An. eastern boxing! PUGS crlilc rates (he present day heavywpighls.as follows: Jack Dempsey, Jess Georges sCarpentier, Bill Jliske, Bob Martln.J Geno Tunney. JVnife Paftllng Levlnaky, Charley Wcincrt, i'rfck Moran, Tom Cowler, Martin BurkBj Joe Beckett, Bob Roper, Gunboat Smith, Al Reich: One critic disagrees; with the list inasmuch as hp. beliores itliat i'.'Je'ss Wlllard should be Invfiecond place. 1 Frank Trushinskl, defense player ot the Kitchener, Ontario, hockey club, former Allan Cupholders, will not play, hockey this season. Trushinski has been playing hockey in the various grades in Kitchener for seventeen years, but believes threo or four good years yet.''r NO CHANGE IN SUGAR PRICES NEW YORK, Novi was no change in sugar prices here to- day, wholesale quotations .being 11 self In a position as _______ Ipm. this couiFtry demands, cost of dreis- inK' my wife at this time is consider- able, "In :'view''of the fact 'that pant week I have'- ipent. money In large amonn'ts to hare -her inake a flttiiig appearance. Here ara some of costly items In married life: Permanent wave................? 40 Sealskin coat................... 800 Dress 150 Sport skirt ---------'.'.'.......___ 75 Sweater coat 40 Two pairs EO Hat and bird of paradise......... 400 f "There other items loo num- erous to mention. Of course, this is strictly personal and will not go on a swindle sheet. fiWanti Real Home besides all this my wife is beginning to of- living in fur- Ished flats and .wants a residence of that yon have me in the past month, 1 beg to remain, "THOMAS WILSON MOORE, "The Mimic of the.Ring" own, .which .will) test- at least nisi her all the furnishings. However, this Is au expense that man should have for a. good wife. with a manager of your great ability and qualifications i felt that I would not'have trouble to get plenty of.nia.lchesf. particularly since you -were.down east, hobnobbing with :the Broadway promoters, with whom you are so popular." I felt sure you wd.uld hayeva number of matches ar- ranged ;by ;npw, as ultimate goal is to flght for the championship in Madison Square Garden In New York additional fame on one of the fairest of southern cities that I have ajready made famous. VANCOUVER, Nov. to contracts for supplies of fuel the distributing and supply sta- ions and oil tanks of the'Imperial Oil company, Eituated at loco, a fow ailcs east of this city on Burrard niet, will close down, and all supplies )f oil to local consumers.-will cease. The entire plant of the company.will >e closed until June! next.year, when t js hoped to resume operations' supplies of Mexican oil, ,Tne company laa notified al! users of fuel in his; province of -its intentions, caused, t.-.ls stated, hy the fact, that con- racts for anppllcs for the "British Columbia market cannot be renewed ORDAINED PRIESTS PRINCE ALBERT, Nov. bishop Mathieu of officiated the ordination of two here, Prater Mathieu and the Herald Football Competition governing the competition are as follows: L- The competition will bo called The Herald Football Competition. 2. Competitors will tie entlllcd lo many jmtrics as .they desire, pro- vided each entry Is accompanied by twenty-five cenls, and coupons to the Dumber of entries. 3.' Competitors must cross out the names of the clubs the> think Fill-lose and cross out tlie names of both If they consider a draw will re- mit, 4.i :Coupons can only be secured sporting page of The Hor- 6.-.-All monies received will be ro- (urned in prizes. The amdunt and numbers of prizes will, published svery Monday morning for that preek'e games. Results of competi- tions bo published every Wed- nesday and.cheques to successful competitors will bo malleii Immed- iately on receipt of confirmation by the Athletic News. 6. AH entries must lie posted or delivered lo The Herald before mid- night on Fridays. A Friday post, mark from points outside of the city iif Lcthbridgo will be considered as containing a legitimate entry. 7. The namo and address of the competitor must be clearly marked on each coupon. Stamp! ritual not be used as for entries, ID. All entries must be ntldrcss- eil lo Iho Editor, Kootliall Competl- Itlon, Herald. Lcthlirlrlee. 11. Tho Sporting lidltor's decis- ion will be final. 12. Kmnloyccs of The Herald are barred from thi) competition. to 12 cenls far fine granulated, with i, that you. will .this retail prices unchanged...' of your consideration MOKING TOBACCO After years oi domination Still Canada's preference. Rev. P. Joll. The archbishop will re- main here for several-days. PHONE 66S 410 FIFTH STREET Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES p'LAYEb'NOV, 6th Entries Close Nov. 5th, Midnight- FIRST DIVISION Villa Albion. Blackburn va Arsenal' rvs Everton, 'Spuri.vs Oldham, iDe'rby vi Bolton.'-: Newcastle ya Burnley. THIRD. DIVISION Bristol vs Brentford, Exeter VB Watford. Luton 'vs Palace. Mlllwall vs Reading vs Norwich. Plymouth vs Brighton, I enter the Herald Football Com- petition In accordance with the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to yccept.the.pnb- lished .decision as final and legally binding'.' Address "....'..liy.' y A Mans Are Mostly Governed; By Price But In Undonvear you've got to think Of the' nhgo-'.' lute certainty-that cur prices ere as moderate ns conditions Will al- low, puts confidence in your de- -termination to como hero for com- fort in quality Underwear. WOLSEY'S UNDERWEAR Finely textured fabrics of the best absorbent quality, to Per Suit STANFIELO'8 ALL-WOOL UN- SHRINKABLE UNDERWEAR to Per Suit TRUE-KNIT In shirts, drawers or combina- to Per Suit LOUIS KEEJL Off FASHION QRAFT CLOTHES THE FLORI5HEIM SHOE 1 FIFTH STREET v ;