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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 3, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManas 1 l-lUi-> I i WANT TO Vffi KNOVf THIS 00 THE TWO PROPOSED THE I FOR Quick Service Best Attention TRY The Silver GriD OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN 8TEAK3 We Aim to Ptean OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 6th St and 4th BASKETBALL TONIGHT "Y.M.C.A." VS BANKERS HOCKEY LEAGUE IN CITY ACERL Coslhurst young men. are ser- iously'considering placing a hock. team in the field In Lethbrldge, should a city league be formed here, It was announced this morn- ing That a hockey league will be formed in Lethbrldge Is practical- ly assured with the Veterans now organized, the Mountlei preparing to. organize and the hold- ing a meeting this week, The Bankers are somewhat un- decided as to a team but num- ber, of the boys want It and they may be able to Influence their to antf give the Veterans a fight for the city champlonshlp'thls winter. The Veterans, Thomas president of the G. W. V. A, says, will have a team.far stronger Ihan the provincial champions of fast This morning the HeraldJournil cup, fprthe amateur hockey cham- pionship of Alberta was recclyed at :.the G..W. V. A. club rooms. The cup in good shape and now that have it they are determined to hold It for another year. The Coathurst boys will meet within the next day or two to look over their talent. Reports In t-elh- brldge during .the past few days -have been to the effect that Coal- hurst Interests have been obtain- ing hockey supplies In good quan- tlty'irilVfall. In regard to th'e formation of a league It Is thought the Veterans will take the lead In calling an or- ganization meeting league, probably within a week or two. BISONS CHANGE HANDS BUFFALO, N. Buffalo International Baseball Ctub, Buf- falo, was Incorporated at Albany today, with an authorized capital of The Incorporates arc: J. H. Meant, R- K. Robert- son and C. A. Klocke, of this city. It Js understood that J. J. nln has withdrawn from the Buf- falo club, and that there will be a change In the management be- fore the opening of the season of George "Hooks" Wlltse, who' has been pilot of the Bisons for some years, Is expected to go to one of major league clubs In an advisory capacity and. as scout. LOCATION OF BIG FIGHT HASM BEEN SETTLED YET XIONTRKAU Nor. TIM JoeaUon for lie big fight with. Oeorgss Car- penUer is not delinltsiy decided opon, was" tie statement made, hy Jack Reams, manager of the worlri'i cham- pion, Jack Dempaey, with whom tie "arrive d he re thU moraine. Dempsey takes part In ari exhibition bout at the Mount Royal arena "While Cuba has been spoken" ot for Lhe battle, It Is by no means said Kearns. "I would .not., be sur- Annual Meeting Of The Curlers The annual meeting Is to be held In the Mayor's office oh Toes- day, Nov. 9th next, at 8 o'clock. A very big turnout Is looked for. If there are any outstanding dues the committee ask that they be forwarded to the secretary, at. once so the books may be com- plete for presentment to the meet- ing. PUZZLED THE TO COURT MARTIAL SOLDIERS AND NON-COMS Tiea rVimnlMpfv lies UmiplClelJ ed the Prophets in Football Contest LONDON, Nor. y Spencer Churchill, secretary A for war, announced in the house ot commons'yesterday that s military Investigation la Ire- land had resulted In the ff ion to courtmartlal severe! diers and non-coinmlss lotted of- Beers. v Old Country football results in Sanies played last Saturday presented one glorious array of ties and com- pletely fooled the Herald competitors as well as millions ot others. Tho Eurnrlso was not in the fact that certain teams dreiv, but in the number of draws. The host tho Herald guessers couM do was 50-50.' The highest only get- Hug eight out of sixteen games: These "were U. Masson and S. Coombes. As was the case last week a' new entrant secured first prize, it being the first'entry of tho latter. Tho nnnio o( ilnsson, howerer, appears as often as a prize list. Seven guessed seven correct and eight, six correct. There were seventy-nine entries and tho prize money Is divided as follows: priied It it is hell hero on this con- possibly in Canada. As a mat- ter ot fact, I have onu offer from Canada, tbis being irout meters, and Mr. Duggan, of tho Mount Royal arena.will talk things over with' me this afternoon." Denfpsey announced that he waft to fight Jess WiUarcv from Dempsey Didn't Impress Them As whom he took the heavyweight title neit March 17, St. Patrick's iray. MO said the tight would le over 15 now Q banker and promoter of Lewis- Frazes has prevIpuB- Carrigan, Barry and Hooper Mentioned for Red Sox Job annoyncament ttst Kdward G. Barrow had resigned, ae field manager of the Red Sox to be- come business manager of the Kiltie: came as a surprise to the'supporters .of the team. Speculation as to bis Demp- Pincher Creek Interested in Accommo- dation is Taxed First, ?S.OO, each getting ond, J7.0Q, each geltlus Jl.OO. Hec- And the third ?5.00, divided into eight, each getting CO cenls. First prizes of 54.00 each go to 0. Slasson, 018 9th Ave. S. city, and S. Coombes, 916, 12th SI. S. Second prizes of each: -Howell Jones, Taher; Mrs. Claude Bnin, 212 16th Sf. clly; Claude Bain, 212 16th St- N. city; G. K. Watts, 818 13th St: S. city; C. Wesloy. 951 Sth St. S. city; Fred 621 15th St. C. city; James A. Michel, B. C. Third prizes ot 60 cents J. C. Hooker, Natal, B.C.; R. T. Smith, 727 16th St. N. citv; Mrs. -R. T. Smith 727 161h St, N. Ppzard, BIO 19th St. N'. city; Ft. Hnll, 732 17th St- sey, world's heavyweight _. champion, A N cjly w j '1319 :st AVB; :y'endeavored lo bring back to thejhi game.-' "Jack1? Barry, who succeededja as manager ot the Red Sox, the position to join the Nayy, ja In {he garage business at Worcester, and is considered avail- able.'' Harry'Hooper, crack outfielder and captain of tho present Red Sox team, has had the confidence- of tho club owner, and he is believed to be among' those under consideration. ave a four-round 'PWing exhibition N. citr. j.' 910 gth SL s. city. icro last night Moant ;Roval ,-j. m stl, Sl 'S. ,rena: DompsDy did .not create the In lbe last compemions the favroable that Georges cHy ,ana are getting' ahead of the The towns i. some time ago and had not the finish- the Pass are falling behind. ed Btyio ol the European champion.: How abmll a rew. ncw trom' New entrants are lucky. a rugged fighter and can land a hard punch. We want to se-e this prize money away bigger than it. but'it'Js "np to you. TOP ALL THE OTHERS'Dclmonte of New Vrjrk "in n 10-round bout. Both are featherweights. Dempsey later left for Quebec. Jack! All moneys received are'paid out in Tonl w weltomeight, knocked prlz6s. Ye morc out Wile Herman In six rounds, Willie Murphy of New York eajned the decision on points against .'Mickey Frazee, over the telephone from New York, said he had two or three men in.blind. Tha club still carries on Its roll "Bill" Carrigan, of. the world's cbamplons ot 1916 and 1916, "HERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION BULES GOVERN.NQ THE COMPE- TITION ARE A5 FOLLOWS! -1 competition win be called football.CoicpfrUUon, CompeUtora will In lo aa man? eulries as Uiey desire, provided each en uy Is accompiinied by iwenty- anil coupons lo i-hfl DUJU- ol calrlea. 1. Compolilora rauit crews out of the clubd they t-bfnk will and cross out the Dtvmea of bolt) If they consider a draw will result 4. Coupons can only bo secured from Sperling Page Of The Herald. All monies received will bo re- turned in prUes, The amount nnd numbers ot prizes will be published Monday morning for tjiat games.' Hcaulls of competitions will bo published every "Wednesday cheques to Eucccssful competitors will bt Immedlattjy ori receipt of confirmation by the Alhletlc News. 6. All must he poaled or llvered to The Herald before niia- tilght on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from points outside of the cUy of wlli be considered aa Containing a Icgltlmale ftntry. 7. Trie name nnd. address of the competitor must bo Hearly marked on eiich coupon, 8. Stamps must not used as pay- ment for 9. All entries must be addressed to (he Editor, Football Competition, The HcraW, IrfthbrltlFfl. "10, The" Spoiling Editor's declaton will bft: final. H. Empioyees of Iftrald are parrca ,irom ?he competition. There are sli players wlo shine aboye all others in the realm ot golf so far as it embraces the play ol the 1920 season just closing, writes John B. Anderson In tie New York Herald. Grouped, alphabetically they are (leorge- Duncan, open champion of Great Britain; Charles Evans, ama- teur title bolder of America; Miss Cecil Lellch, woman champion of Great Britain and France; Abe Mitchell, winner ot the low scores on countless occasions in tourneys this year; Edward Hay, open champion o' the Dnltcd States, and Miss Alexa Stirling, woman champion of the United Stales and Canada.' It would bo a bird Job to pick another sextet that could hold forth with promiso against the players mentioned. It will be poled that some very fine have been left out of the list, including Harry Vardon, Jock Hutch- inson, P. Q. A, champion; llohert Jones, amateur extraordinary; Cyril Tolley, Hrltlah amateur champion; Walter Hngcn, Jim Harries, Alex. Herd, J.imcs Braid, J. H. Taylor, nnd others who have been luminaries for many, many years. But the golf more brilliant and nearer perfect than over exhibited on green turf either here or abroad as displayed by the first named exponents wLth a world-wide fame has this year clinch- ed the argument in their favor. It may he interesting to note the unusual in the pb.y of these golfers. The longest: driver resolves itself at onca Into a dud between Abo Milcliell and tlic mighty champion ot America, Ted nay. Ilolh nre highly jealous, ot their trailing proclivities, neither has a bit of advantage when thcro is no wind or when thcro.ls a favorable breeze ami both are us straig'it, or as wild, over a slrelcb of IS cr 33 holes, we feel sure Hay coincides with.this opinion, which is shared by tho crack profes- sionals Ibo wind Is in tho faco ot the players, when a 450 yard hole must be reached In two for a win, then tho steely wristcd Mitchell with his crashing smash on the ball and a forced stoppasn of tho clubhead when the ball Is hit has a big edgo, _ ORANGEVILUE MUM VICTORIA, Nov. of the WON'T MAKE TRIP TORONTO. .Nor. champion Orangavillo Lacrosse clnb will not make the trip to the west this year after the Mann cup. This .was decid- ed alter receipt of a letter from the They Victoria Lacrosse club have concluded Victoria secretary that the rainy wea- that the Orangevilles, champions of: ther was now due In Victoria and-nd- atnaleur lacrosse In Ontario, are not I vising Ihoni (o wait until next spring desirous of playing this month for the Slann cup. A week has elapsed with- out any reply coining from tho east- erners as to whether they want to come west this month or wait until tho spring. the trip next spring. Eating contesls are common among the villages In Alaska. He. who "con- sumes the most food Is regarded the most accomplished mau., (From Our Own Correspondent) P1NCHER CHEEK, Nov. staff of surveyors are busy on the Irrl- ration survey which was undertaken by the Dominion KOyerDmeut to find out the practicability of a scheme for] nrfiar: fii-nat. disirict: Their re- port 18.being availed with much in- terest The public school fceing crowded out A furtlfer extension is being fit- ted up in the municipal building, anil an additional teacher appointed. At a meeting ol the quarterly offic- ial board of the United church held'on -Thursday evening last, It waa decided to defer making the canvas for the financial objective oJ the 'Forward movement till the NewjYear. Threshing Is pretty well cleaned up, the weather lately Interfering to some extent. Next week should finish up all the threshing In this district. Preparations are veil under way for the big drive for new U. P. A. members. It IB sincerely hoped sll the fnpnere will iine up, and judging from tho addresses of the nqw Tory Premier who Is touring the west, It is about time all our farmers fell In and show his government that he cannot hoodwink tho farmers much longer It's about time we had a change in the Federal House, if Ihe farmers stand together, a change will surely come. Farmers, stand to- gether, work together, vote together, end then rejoice logelher. We can-do II, let us do It. The manquerade ball night was a great success with a crowded attend- ance. Perhaps tho most admired dress was worn and made by a lady, [the rifaterial'pf which cost somewhere around twelve cents. It's a great thing lo have a handsome form to decorate. Jluch dlaappointment Is being perlenced at the low price of timothy Reed. Quite a number of farmers threshed their timothy thin year, and now tho pries Is away dovn wllh very poor demand. Underwear That's Comfort- able AH The Time You probably "want some new underwear; underwear that's warm enough out- doors, and in- doors when the steam is turned on. You can have it that way. These union suits are just, the right weight; the righttexture. Warm enough and not too heavy. BERT K ESTER'S M E N S S HO P HOME OF ZOTH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner B.C. Vote Was A Protest Against TORONTp, Nov. people in BrltUh Columbia did not vote against rohibi.tlon. They voted against the ootlegger. The verdict in British olumbia was a victory for the tem- wrancs causs." This statement was made today by Dr. Andrew S. Grant, hlef eieculiTe official of the Domin- on committee on liquor legislation, ho has just returned, from a two lonths' Yistt of the western provinces. "Contrary to the general impression which seems to prevail, British Colum la not vote on the Importation ;Uestlon like the ohtre four provinces f Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan nd Nova Bald Dr. Grant. "The lueitloa like the olber four provinces svas whether tho neople wanted the ontinuaUoD of a prohibition act that .Id not prohibit, because ft U Impos- Ible to (top bootlegging to long as mpprtallon is legal, or whether they wanted to have the liquor trade regu by the governnseut." Canada's standard since 1858 PHONE 668 410 FIFTH STREET Wm. Harrison, native of Chlpmnn, N. B., died at Cranbrook: Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED Entries Close Nov. 5th, Midnight FIRST DIVISION Villa vs Albion. Blackburn Arsenal Bradford vs Everton. Spurs vs Oldham, Derby va Bolton. Newcastle vs Burnley. THIRD DIVISION Bristol vs Brentford. Exeter vs Watford. Luton va Palace, Mlllwall vs Swlndon, Reading vs Norwich. Plymouth vs Brighton. I enter the Herald Football Com- petition in accordance with the rules and conditions announced aboTO, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as final and legally binding. Signed