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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETRBRIDGE DAILY HERAtS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, BRINGING UP FATHE BytMcManus TO THINK t THAT FINE i: OMBREtlLA THAyT L DIN ME- C AN IF.MS DON'T RETURN IT VM HAVE. PINCHED- IT LEFT__AT HOUbE A MEMBER OF cuje AN UMBRELLA THIIHK JKNOVf VIHO TOOK'IT! yi FOR Quick Service Best Attention TRY, The Silver GriD OPEN DAY AND NIQHT mi I' Sign GOOD EATS I .SPECIALTY IN STEAKS .We''Aim'to OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 5th St. '4to Ave.! MNHOOP GMFROMY.M.C.A. All Bankers Take Turn at v Ran considered as 'material for a district second baseman with the Boston Braves, at a salary of a year for four years, and a 526.000 bonus. That year ho received J2.800, bis share of Iho world's series, and ah addition- al bonus from the club and an automobile worth for being the most valuable playeOii the team; He has frequently said "that bis life am- 1 team. So'far irisli Kate, who was prominent Irriast year's district team, _ c v M r> A bas liot been on' the floor tbis year Up Count tor _J. M. L.. A. he is certainly missed. Mcklllop was the big scorer for the .team last-eight, ob- taining eighteen of the poiuts. Art bitiou is to return to Chicago the. ami Was Forty-one to Twenty-two.'. Mcllveua secured tbe other four. For The Bankers stepped out last ufght j Bankers Jbvery piayer made some and -weul into second place la tbe counts. Fawns sot seven baskets. tbe City Basketball League wheu they de- feated the Y.M.C.A. boys by a score of forty-one _tp. tvrecty-twp pn the Y.M-C. A'. floor. -The'Students as yet Tho official score follows: Y.M.C.A. Fouls. Bask. Pis. are undefeated; hHvinlj two wins to i Jackson... their-credit. iMenvena !-a si'night's game was Ebmeivhat dtjMoKlllop u surprise insofar as tbe Ijaukers 'showed a great "deal of improvement I Total iind although' Percy Irvvin.was not-on! the floor they wcrcrp'wn to have been, bought out of- the array for nineteen guineas. .-Tbus-faked, the maror ran and, of course; won, bringing" prbttl o those Interested in her to the ex lent of several thousands of pounds. After, the race petrol and; peroxide served to restore the mare'.tp h'ar former, state. In the meantlmey ho'w ever, another small ho1 got the buying the ,maro. at a considerable pricey- It was a telling race of course, her connections--'haij ii order to keep their secret'to'-see tha should not pass iutO'1 other hands ownership of the-animal-nh changed, appeared; toi he''every likelihood of the fraud discovered. So it did for'some tim Indeed It might have remained-biifie but for tho tndlscrellon'of onp'pf'tt parties to it In another matter, and th' fact that so many people" were'.riGGes sariiy in the secret as to'render' disclosure almost inevitable 'once sui picion was aroused. -V When laid on-the trail .the lives quickly exposed a fa'rlous transactions -which :had bee Inspired by a man acainjt whom thei wera already convictions Tills person, who was passing.unde the "description of a gentleman, ride of the baseball will hear more of the Cubs next sea- son, as Johnny Evers, "Kuyatoue King" in the days> of Frank Chance's famoua .aggregation, has accepted the management of tha teum, Eucceedin? Fred. .Mitchell. Thb means the Cuba will be an nggrugire bunch tit all times, for Johnoy Kiers Is not wear- ing any medals tor limb-like 'iia ncrs. Jiilcheirs departure Is" regretted by many fahs. He had host of fol- lowers among the admir- ed the manner in which lie ran the cjub on.the field and off. He was, always' playing smart baseball, and if 'his men had given him the proper sort of support, he would have landed in the first division. He al- ready has several offers ami-will like- ly lead some other team In one of the major leagues. In managers caused no surprise in Chlcaga. It liad been talk- ed for more than a month, and the belief had circulated that Mitchell had lost popularity with some of his men, admittedly because he forced them t6 play baseball. WhAtever tbe cause, the owners decided that a change .was for the best interests of tho club. KVPM 13 probaly the smartest man- ager the Cubs could lay hands upon. It Is aalri he in tied up by contract fo Manager McOraw, of Iho Giants, hut McOraw waived his rights In order to get .Kvers hack into the game. Evers Is now In Cuba, but U Is under- stood ho will jump at Iho opportunity to return tA Chicago, where ho became [famous. Ho managed tho Cubs one i did not prosper as a lender. He did not along well with the younger players, who claimed he was a slave-driver and'unbearable nagger. He took a dismantled ag- gregation, built it up and managed to finish In third place.' He hair a-five- year contract, hut at tho end ot the first season Hank O'Day was named I to succeed him. I Four, .days later Evers signed tis j WANT ACCOUNTS AUDITED MONTREAL, Nov. Quebec was sent years. 1 ______ to prison, for thre A. A.-U. TO MEET Nov. 'annu meeting of the Amateur-'; Athlet of Canada likely-.wilt be hel Football association'decided to ask the Dominion "Football assoc- The i iation lo call a special meetihg'to dis- cuss financial affairs and also to have In Winnipeg on December 10'and'1 to local amateur much-discussed. _hp.ckey "proble the accounts audited. 1 0 NOTED HALF-BACK DIES AT TORONTO TORONTO, Nov. George Sickle of tbis city, cue of Iho greatest halfbacks that was ever developed JIan Rugby died here yesterday nis a Tcialturhiving been gas- iu the vi o 4-r (Continued From -Front d. mining- men of Spokane, promoted lis.compa.ny, which Is incorporated Alberla as the Glacier Coal Com- ly with a capital stock t closed corporation, the whole nterest being controlled by American capitalists. Mr. Sevan, who has hcad- uarters .at Coleman, is preaident and manager. Mr. Estell Is vice-president. company now has coal ready They are at present-in a nine-foot seam'. and by the. week-end will .be in a 12-fool vein. lovan, tho property is enor- 1C The tions ill price reduc- to be found in our advertisement on. Page 9. Never such bar- gains offered before. Look 'eni over. BERT M' E S. S H O P v. HOME OP 20TK CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner ndusly rich having no less-than seams, the widest of which is'.65 'The company is. 'orco of.miners and laborers as equip- iient for handling the product is in- stalled.' Aerial iTramway At the time of writing several large motor'trucks are being utilized- in carrying the coal-to tho railroad, but an' aerial tram has" been ordered and will-he.used this winter. Snow, no matter how heavy, he no handi- cap, as the tram moves'on a cablo'a distance of a mile and a quarter. It has a daily 'carriage capacity oE tons. The buckets used In transport- ing the coal, have a capacity oi pounds each- ..The towers supporting the system are approximately 40 feel high." The company aims to lay out a town- alte next year. With characteristic. 'American enterprise, they propose b'utldlng an up-to-date mining town consisting 'of comfortable homes and boarding houses, stores, school house club.rocrn'and every.other convenience connected with a modern industria settlement.. They realize that the day. "when old thing will .do for has passed, and that with the new economic vision and a con RCiOUsness of their own right to hap piness, tbe miners are demanding these increased accommodations fo: far by the .Glacier' Coat company 'is and- of ccllent .They already i file orders from Washington firms r their entire winter's output. All through'the Pass the mines are orking steady and havo plenty of br- Tbe are'making good oney; hetwjtcn'S.7.50-aud a day, nd evidence of labor dit- likely will be ono" the'most im-1 themselves and' their families. portant Items on tho prbgranT to bo considered. Plenty of Orders The .quality of the coal mined thu; Cut Brier More Tobacco lor the Money Canada's best buy- York banker, in meniory of his dec- cased. Jlrs. Ednard Beit Von Spcyer. ULE DID SOME 'KICKING1 ABOUT AUTO who have been uniped by careless have Fred Schmidt's decordt d for the firm steps he took recently i mafce "safe', for animal wag v.'andcr- S aimlessly across, the street when e was bumped by an automobile. This mioycd him and about U. n fact-ho kicked fn the hood of the .tho lamps and play- 1 a, tattoo.with his heels on "the atliator. He resisted arrest antl was ragged into ..custody behind a patrol a trail of hide and hair n the cobbles. FRANKFORT "U" GETS COIN Oct The layor of Frankfurt.- has announced lat an endowment-bC "marks as been made'.to the Frankfurt, Urii- er Ity by James Nfrw PHONE 666 Tl A R1 F U R R 1 'E R 410 FIFTH.STREET 'Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED; NOV. 6th Entries Clotc Nov. 5th, Midnight. FIRST DIVISION Villa vs'Ajblan. IMackburn -Arienal Bradford 'vs Evertoh. Spurs ys Oldham. Derby vs Boltott. Newcastle vi Burnley. THIRD DIVISION Bristol vs Exeter vs Luton vs Palace. MMIwall vi Swlndon 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 accept tho pub- lished decision us final and legally binding. _._' Signed........................... PUTTING THE PERSONAL TOUCH into correct headgear by showing 'oi'sry eponEorCd you wear to Ijest no more than'you ordinarily expect ;lo.-pay. for utmost comfort, lit, and right gclectloi Names Mo these are Hied )n a mnn's they novel' cUsappoInt- STETSON, 80RSALINO and KNOX Every new approved and black. LOUIS KEEL SH'OP. OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHtS ,AND TUB FLOR8HFHM SHOE '1 OLIVEH BLOCK 31S IllTi! ST, ;