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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THF. LETHBnmCE OAU.Y HKRAU) MONDAY. XOVEMBEn 3. 1910 By G. McManus '.'BRINGING UP FATHER" COME ON CLIMB IN AN' OVER THE I NOW 1 TO THE eoTCHw OOT Of TOUR POCKET A.K OPEN TrWi OODR TELL ME ME CLOTHE VETERAN HOCKEY TEAMS TO ORGANIZE All Yetecans interested iu hex-key arc. csked ID meet on cicnlnB lo discuss the formation of ono or iwo teams for lie City Lcajuc. MILWAUKEE Nov. Tom 1'crry. Chicago bantauiweiEbt >vho bst night waa knoc'scd out uy Ejminy Marino, of Xcw Vorlr, lound of a lfrrour.d no-decision GERMAN DELEGATES TO WASHINGTON CONFERENCE Nov. ilerlln wire less message received hero contaiua ilio names ol tho German rciireacntn- Tivea lo'lbo Wab-liliifjlou laljor coufcr- cucc. The suvermneiU delc'ga.ics will to llr. August Mi'iiUcr. formerly BOD- rt'lrti-y yf MIL! Hudplpli >YlMel, former miuisKT ot economies. Thi- i ratios unions will l-o reprt-EeiilcJ Ijy iru.i'Emau. dnilriuau uf Iho un'un assoclailyu. The ropro- hi.iiiiiivo ui (lit employers1 :issocla- jllim will be Herr H.ggcn'JOEcn. OHiriril catlmalei for a "health- ilm-nry" budget for L'- H. Gin miuii-nl clerk.-i place llio inlnliujin aimuLil expenses ot a family uf Mre _'.-C-. an unmarried voiuiin ai ?1.0Si. and a single man nl Jl.OOO. Winter Sports Season Due For a Big Fillip This Year; Skating Rink Being Built! Pigskin Chasers Arc Failures on Majorily of Cases, Say Managers contest, is at the to bs in a serious condition iliis morning. Physicians said his injuries consist- ed of n skull [racturo and were pre- paring to operate on him. In IhR mean- time. Mariro Is still tield at central police flatioQ. Tbe blow that stoppM Perry ap- peared to go to the chin following one lo ihe chesl. Perry was carried from ihe rinE to tbe dressing room. Expectations Arc Objcclivc Will Be For Waterworks Our Ow Senior, Junior and Intermediate Hockey Leagues Likely in Giy-Crow Hockey League ot Six Teams Looms Up-- Curlers Addine New Ice Sheets to Accommodate Lirow- i ing Membership. e Ono of iho managers- of a major j league team once remarked that a; -t1 O O O O O O U. S. v SATURDAY GAMES If anyone had told you ihree weeks tHe fTOwine rnembersblp. The ago that winter bad set In. VOTI would have told him that Braill was his ua- Bol IE someone had had Ihe noire ed on ihe subject. 'U it Is true thai the majority o' Elar football jr-luTers who have tried band at I professional LaseliaH have proven dismal failures, ihvre hsTS 2. ivho made a success of It. in the National Crowrs Nesi .Vplel vrlll be held hcra this ysar, anil more entries than ever are expected. H Is quite likely (hat ice on thfl new Some people may Ic-asue. riot and eclling tie new skating and lioctejr Tint under Tray he -would have hccn doing everyone o good tarn. Kor lea' could have been. lots of It and Uie winter sport Ejasoii irouiil have been busted open by this time. iiHowever, it's never too late to mend, sod liow Ibat the contractors ,are ot work on statin; an'I hockoy 'rink being built by the LA.-A.A.. it shouldn't be long before there's aclion If the present weather teops up. Thu MTV rlnt Is going lo be the best ont- door proposition ever offered here, trlth closed dresalng rooms SO feet ty 13 feet, and a sheet ol ice plenty iSrge (or hockey. And the ney." rink will be right neit door to the curling rlnt so lhal inter- est In Ice sports should gel quile a fillip tbis winter. The curlers are all set for an ad dUlon on tbe ilorlh slrte of their cs tabllsnmenl, giving them addition! thcet or Iwo of Ice to accommodate mlddln olskaling will he the .cnrlin, I .ne'sood wort, so that this iQe b, SO ill Hi. uiwuiu --------------r -------r E113J1 I. should see the organization of n! strenuous ol the tvro. There is a jonn3 Hopkins _0; Lebanon Valley hoctev league. The Bankers difference hi breaking Ihrongh Vest already have a pretty good enemy's defense and maXlHBj what ihelr teams will be. It is! spectacular runs and facing a pilch-] possible tfce Veterans may trot oul'fcr witi loU of sieam behind his. two (earns. If 'six-man hockey andjan abundance of played, n lour team league should In. possible m tho senior division. jhas his g-------- Tntenuldlate hockey also is boand lo hit at a carve ball properly. to thrive while Ihere will be ons or. two Ecliool leagues (or the Junior boys.; available by! the stelemem, thii month 'te. Football, 'Lis lnief not agree v.-itil baseball 13 a the more Eastern Results Harvard "0; Springfield 0. Virginia 25; Princeton 0. Lehleh 0: Plluburg 14. Array 24; Tufts 13. 15; Williams 0, Navy West Virginia J'rincetou Krc-shmeu 2C; Yale Fresh' men 9. Cornell 2: UiFavelte 21. Swarihroore 13: ITsinus 12. T; DicVEDson 0. shall 10; Franklio and Mar- The average cjllege man dilficuJty learning i College Men Are Eat Shy Then aga'.n, be always lias pic-1 points to a good Crowjturea before hiov when tic is up al Grove City, Mhe plaio Ihe thought ol telug hit by Hockey League. PIncher CreeX is already organized BS Is Coalhurst. ?lncleod will Eurely be in. Blalriaore Is n posstlr.llty, and aa for the Chefs. A HTG or sli learn dislrlcL league Syracuse 33: Brown-0. Penn Freshmen Fresh- tic u Rynn 15: Williams 0. Delaware rnlloffii 7; lleoreeiowTi 46. Bucknell 27; St. Bouaveuture 0. Carnegie. 9; Allegheny 0. Columbia 0: Union 0. Washington snd Jefferson and game car.criltd; the pifcher aud knocked ________ Therefore, in a number of cases, tho college man becomes balshy. realiz- ing all the lime that he Is facing some) ihe p-lchers 'n the ro'.mtry, Middle Western Scores Purdue 13; Michigan Aggica 7. 13; 1C. Xolre Dame 1C, Indiana Iowa Stale College Nebraska 0. VULCAN, Nov. The tirsl day's Victorj1 Loan sales amounted to 350.00 and it has been steadily increas- ing since. applications are being received for pmall nmounts, showinp the people are doics their best against adverse circum- stances in' regard to drought condi- tions anil consequent, poor crops the past season. Vulcan hai been allol- ed a very high Quota by the Executive for Southern Alberta, but (he com- mittees are doing ML in ihelr power to bring SUD script ions up lo the am- ount Qlloled. The town and district have been well rlacnrded with posters and advertising matter, and many pamplets and wind-shield stickers liavo been distributed throughout the country. Sub-uisiricts hava been or al Champion, Klrkcalily, Held Hill, and Eastway. A system atlc canvas of the town is being made by the committee, and they are pro- ducing the desired results. C. H. Mc- Mlllian purchased the (irst Victory Jond sold in Vulcan tbls year. Hla Worship, Mayor Bulclmrt, has eccived word that Mrs. Butchart and on WilHc have booked their return laSsage 'ou Iho "On..ina" which ia scheduled to sail on Nov. 15 Want Waterworks A pelition has benn prepared and .videly signed by tho ratepayers ot Vulcan to bb prosenled lo the Board of Public Utilities at Edmonton in re- gard to tbe Installation of walenvorks ,iere. The chief object of tbis is Tor Tiro proteclion, nnd It Is-lioped thai it will be favorably TecclTetl by the two sons 1'obcrl flnd Tom arc cd the remains iu llitlr resting place. Kaspar Kuhn .iml family loft on Thursday morning en roulo for Porl- hiiul, Oregon, when.1 llu-y will In fu- ture1 reaiUb. linVliiR disposed of their farm, comiirte'ii? 4SO acres about miles northeast ol town, 10 Mr. H. Skinner, of 1'orLlaiiiV Orc-goii. Tho was arranged by IlaBcrnmi a ml (Co, Mr. SkEuner hit cud R to come to Vulcan in tho curly spring and oper- ate his farm. Ho lius purchasci! u large cueiuu anil plowing ;inil ihrcsli- outfit complete which lie will use connection vlih culllvating his ac- quired hold [DBS. Mr. Skinner seem cd ilellglncd with his purchase, nnd .lioroughly bcllevce In vAlberat'e abil- ity to produce a bij return OH money .nvcslcrt in farni lands. He status that Lie will endeavor lo Induce a LIVERY Meet Ail Train's. Hospital Phones': Special Jlatos on Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lelhbrldge, Alia. BUY VICTORY BONDS number of iis friends lo buy land in Hie Vulcan dlslrict. OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Sen-ice on Country Phones 7fl7 Ittlldenee 1210 BUY VICTORY BONDS should go goou mis wmicr aim "u This is Uie principal uuii WIIH a Great much to revive hockey in Southern j number of gents with !oolball reps I Q Alberla. A lot depends on the {falling to roafce good. While on the j Holla School ot wealflermon, ol course, but he's mak-; prldiron Uic ol being ln'l ing a noise like winter and doesn't juresl never enters their minds. at Uaivorfiltr 3; Valparaiso seem to be tiring so far. Thtn agein, it. is far easier to r'tealcn bclorc ta hail falrlr tartcd, .went lo Ihe maund for the second innins Iho Clercland plnyerS ed lo sco Uie ball he was pilch- Skips Chosen and Everyone on Edge for First Ice of the Season catcli n much lirger oTal-shapcd bill tban it id lo intercept a small pfilel; tnrmiEh the sir or llie j ground al a terrific clip. Alter baud- j liug a rootbill and then trying SAM WHITE FUMBLE KING Beat Yale and Harvard Single-Handed in 1511. Every Princctouiau knows Next lo President Wilson, Sam 13 probably Ihe best known of Iho j New Jersey graduates. Ami i why shouldn't he he? Sam White was j tho man who single banded beat Yale and llnrrnn'i In 1511. Sain hart an eagle-eye for fumbles j on the gridiron. Woo lo the team llnU mlscucd with Saw hanglog around. PrlnccLou met llnrv.ird firet lhaL, year, on Noreinlier i. As pnuj. was blocked. Sam. end, dashed In, scooped up i .he leather 'and was off on a O vHnl jouniey Lo touchdown ami vlc- .ory. Camo Yp.lo two weeks latc-r. An even battle, like llarvanl-Frincelou I unin a Yale playor fioing throng" the llnf Sum White' ipneiircrt, gathered ihe pigskin mi- rter lits arm iilkcul CO yeard to i score another touchwoii nnd vie- lory. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Gel your Next Relrrad Bf Us. SECTIONAL .AND BROKfiN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY are specialists In Vulcan- izing Wallers. Ltlhbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third South PHONE 1664 BUY VICTORY BONDS powers thai be at Kdmonton. Tbe petition reads as follows (1) That your petttlon-rs arc de sirous that you should nulliorlze the council of tho Village to Incur a debt ENGINEER BADLY INJURED TORONTO. Nov. unllor- ncalli his engine nt work, Frank nell a C.P.R cnjlnoar, was badly in- jured when Iho engine slartert up in some unknown manner in tho slock- yards at West -Toronto this morning. According to C.l'.lt. officials, there was In tlie engine cal> nt the lime they can not give nny thcory liow tlic engine would start up with- out lae throttle'being opened. They Character what we build- into every tire that we retread or repair. Class quality and durability arc [he objects of our highest en- deavor. Tho mntlcr oi value- our chief concern. We appreciate a man ns much as do his business. Ritchie's Vulcanizing: OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS BUY VICTORY BONDS perform with a baseball throws Itr olf and ihty arc bouad to th'C hall in tLo 0Tji' oflier balls laniJed ID the umpires H'" ra'st part of il all s had been tampered with. Tho covers we. e 13 more insiaci siuu 10 hart been cut abuut lie seams. So [baseball than football. Tl u- Is an the umpires llire-.v onL .1 lot of bills] Important asset m baseball, and Ine iiPd lor a new lot roaTiagcr or iilaycr who has a largo I, balls were delivered in knows how to put it ages Just ns they came from the maters and "were aal'sfac- 3ry. And pitching with bciDE cry rarelul to please all hands and. .n liii gloTe or on hl3 Allan Sothoron then ahul ont the Indiana (Krora Our Own CoTre-t-c very 1ic and well atttndccl meeting of tho deceive you! Tor U Innings, allowing very scattered There's a storv ot some -._ -------is 01 inn njichlng U'e'll say it local curlers' club, was held'at lliel, ir' (hl, nUrj., offices of Messrs. Wood anrt Hrcs on I nighl, when the ofrccrs lor tho coming season were clectcl ni-.d general business wa3 dlscuEaed and decided upon. The oirccra electet) were as Idl- JOTS lion, presldtnt, ?1c- j Nflughlon, i.rcstdeut, A. .1.' Hood; aecrelary, C. If. executive, Messrs. Spooncr, nnd The lina-up of tho skip.i in as jTolTovs 'Messrs. Spooncr, Tnrga- Hall, Grant- Wolf, Anderson. Flood, Lt-Dow and Club will- amilate witli the Cnl Uarf and Edmonton curl'ng associa- tion. The fee for the season Is -with provision for special assessments fagiid The Vulcan curl- Ing club 19 one of llie keenest of Its kind In Sonthem Alberta and the of- ficers and members Intend lo put R ID first place before the end of this We are now giving uolic? to fltl and aundrj- to keep their eyes on the Vulcan curling club and their step." into execution la thu successful one. Neale and Thorpe Hade Good The most prominent of the pigskin stars who hr-vc made good in bast- ball arc Greasy Nealc, nf the chatn- Virffinla "SS'calcyan, rated as one ot tTic genuine stars In fast company, and Jim Thorpe, formerly of college, who Is wiili the Uo.ilou 'CHANGES BALLS; SHUT OUT Scent Trickery and Then. Suffer la the final game of He season In 8t- lavlt Uie Browns and Oltrelind Indians the Indians In Ihe llrat Inning got four eoUd safe awala off Allan Sotboron's pllcblng, two of I them being doubles aga'nst Ihe fence, nd icored five runs before tbe side retired. ;when Hothoroo, appar- Declare Loss is on Pola- (o hers Report No Loss Whatever Urayes. When Thorpe was playing football with the Indian institution lie was .rtganled zs one ol IhB best playtrs '.tne conulrj' c.Ttr lunivi uui. As a .niaUer of fad, be was aa all-round 'jUhletc and dcrnonalratert thle M-Jien he wtn'i lo Sweden with Ihe i loam reprcscntiuE the Unit- cd Htat'-ri and up in tho I ir.ililrjii. lie isrnvtjfl lhal in addition in a good sprinter, he was I criuMty consUtcnl in -weight throw- iing ;m'l jumping. It later proved lhal ht Lad played In LI minor leasiiu durinn j of tht college season and he freely admitted It after being grilkd. ii result he liad lo'turn J back tlie prfzei he had won and the United Slates was deprived ol Iho Kansas Kansas'Aggies 3. CaEO IIS; Hiram 5. Oberlin J.S; Western llcscrvc 0. HcidlcburB 15; Daldwin-Wallaci 0. Detroit 2S; Kalamazoo College 0. Cornell 10; Dubuquo 6. Mornlogsiric II; Ktatft Teachers 2. Damltao 31, South Dakota Wcalsy- an 0. Carlelon 40; Lutber College 7. Fargo -XimcsloT.'n 0. Iowa 'JO; South Dakota 11. Drake 5; Grlr.ncll fj. North Dakota Aggies 7; Xorth Da- kota fi. Northern Normal 7; Moorehead Normal 0. Southern Games VKiulcrliilt Kentucky 0. Alabama 1'j; Uuivtrsily ot Uio TenntoEce 0; N'ortli Caroiiai Alabama I'olytccumc. 7; Qcotsra 0. Missouri C; Okl.imma Cor.tests L'lab GC; rftalc College 0. Nevada M: ;'J. 1? t: Colorado Schoal On behaU of tho Village not exceeding for Iho of tnaUUine sislem of fire protection as ro1" ncH >T.l5 beneath the engino aad wns lying Mat on the track -Then it started up. Colorado ''A; Deorcr 1. ifoutlicru Culiforiaa 27; Occldcn "waiitord W; St. Mary's .'wl'JfiC! 0. I'n-i'M Sounil IireniOTlON C. (Special to The Herald) RAYMOND, Nov. ing reports arc given in the polalo, and vegetable crop, and Kyrum Klmball, a grower of som: refute rad eome pctatoea, car- rod, and bttts on exhibition yes- terday which he had dug slncti the frost, and they perfectly sounrf.' He says tilt clulf it all right Ihu! far. The Japs have a different aUte that they have lost In ihe r.elffhbordhood of as a rtiult of the frost. he lifid compiled. RECORD BROKEN HONOLULU, Nov. man hrokm a United Sta'lca and a world's record, open water, here yesterday, in the an- nual fall swimming mceL lie swam jwu yards In 11 12 2-'t p.ccondi j Hank of Canada breaViae the American record by [years' least on M 2-5 seconds. He thfcn ronllnticd l swimming to yards, which he did In 12 minuter, 41 3-5 breaking the world's hy 7 2-5 acconda. Take I'.irl of King and Green Hlbck. Which is (o Be Enlarged "I'm very 111 doc- tor. Do you Ihlnk I'm going lo ".My dear madam, yourself. That Is tlio last thing in Ihi; worM lhal Is going lo happen lo you" RAYAIOSli, NOT. Slandard i hats Inkcn a five ____ ____ _.. the front half o -cars Ago, anrt was ono of Vulran's noal rcsrccled cltlxeiis. Ho waa an old vttcran of the U. S, civil wfir, ofj rt-hich ho waa a ptnMonor. He leaves' :lre sons and one dniighlcr (o mourn its loss, Jacob, OIo, Cari, John, Isaac and Mary, Mrs. J. M. Wood. The fcrlh depend apptnrancc and nature ie DEXTIHHCE. ll drj'.rjyi polliha Ucth end tha Hid ot Ikt tlnn uet- AUTO OWNERS We markc Storm CiirUino Kids? ]IghL% ant] rncllntor cnv- Everything for the Aulo Tops THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Gth Street Kcxt to Hcrjlil orrica C. T. BLUNT. PROP. BUY VICTORY BONOS Service Station Hevvicc Elation for Iho famous K Macnclos. All niikea of magnetos, gcncratora, colla rc- inircd. Full stock ot repair parl! car. ricil. All ivorh guaranteed. MAGNETS necHARGEO The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th AvenuE South PHONE 73J DUY VICTORY BONOS funeral vras held from the Presbyter Ian church al 2 p.m. on Saturday, Ihe Ilev. Mr. 3lann ot Knaljn holding the Sir. Robert I-ovo 'lied al his n (BW miles norlh of Vulcnn laBl Sat- urday al tile ripe, age ot 78 years, The lulo Mr. came lo the Vul- can district 15 yearn ago. end hna been a successful farmer here over a'nce. Tbrco RODS nnd seven Fiirvlvc. Tiic fnrior.'il look place on Tuesday nnrl Iho body wiis taken to Manitoba lor burial. Ills Canada's DELIGHTFUL Winter Resort "THE EVEBOREEN CITY" OUTSIDE THE RAIN BELT Mild Cllmale, Sunshine, Qoifr Motoring Ouldoor Sporls Day Extcllcnt Theatre Attractions Reasonable Living Expenses Ask Your Ticket Agent About lintel. Kor detailed Informnllon writo PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA, B. C. WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES llie Lawford Welding COMPANY 2nd Ave., LelhbrldQe HoUl Phono 1M4 BUY VICTORY BONDS HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Eefora Iho Hush, tj ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Flfl'l St. a. BUY VICTORY BONDS ;