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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta mm so. THE HERALD BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus A LITTLE I 1 YOU'RE ATTENTION HERE I t-lTTLE I TO WAITIN' FTR YOU FOR OPEN DAY AND NIOHT 6UBRtfX31MHKIMIJMUCainiBBHMi I Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTV IN We Aim to PlttH OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 5th St ind 4th REQUIRING ACTION MOM IfTHBRIDCE CURLERS Annual Meeting Next Tues- day Prompts' Suggestions for Their Consideration. MtGRAW "IN BAD' slipped over a bsg That's (ho Idea at anyjato and itj bo dealt with at tie aunual The Cutlers meet at" .the mayor's" office Tuesday evening at '8 o'clock to elect officers aud prepare- the pro- gram for tho coming season. Curling in LelhbrWse has always been uiieiof'the bust jiatconlztl sports und from tMs years will be thb'banner'season. There, is one feature iu_the.conduct of'the competitions this year wbkili Trill have !o ibe uleSided at lie Taerfsy. flight meeting. That is tho composl- the rinks. It has always beea tVfc practise to take on one' zrsen man at least 911 .every rink. :jear there wero some "0 rinks, and vtUsre were 'iubre rsreen curlers: lhaii ylaces for theni.. curlers fiafl that when they fcjco'.or district bonspiel that Ihey aro up .against .crack rinks from, every meeting. Another recurrltfg question Is'lhatl of occasional members. A number of J curlers, for instajice, doc-( lore, ia not -wish to on any rink, but to be left free to go to the rink aud curl wliou they ciii.Mi handicap- ping Is addpted these'men are rated and could go and play on any rink afld in any tinsitibu, and no unfair ad- vantage" is taken. Rinks are not al- lays' Romiiletie, 'say they are short a player, there's four cr five sfeips silting behind the biting their nails to; eet: i >y their points added balance any idranlaje that would otherwlso arise. .t'zuay be possible that 'the A aud B lestiire- o'f classing .rinks would be adilsaMe. In any event there should De a thorough discussion of these questions on .Tuesday nisht. club tlie association.' One needs -'Only to. -mention ilie .Ross -rink from Kastener, Stewart iPcrnlo; YoiagfjinUiStow-aft'rink Casnerqc-. ana '.Wiiril ol -Craiibrook. These rinks have fpracti- tally the same -and there are other: rinks "that! do the same tiring. In our own "aiid AIrd have been our most success- skips. is it they, Good old playing crew every .teason in the blj etents O This coming February thclilE Is at Fernle, Ternio be 'a reeord breaker. >it iLAhbridgei ,ls to hold her and. slie. will have to tussle at" Lethbrldje iaust adopt syrtem -'of .teaMng up he.r -rinks. '.5'-i.. H four men vrtnt to play itogether nil season, in preparation the .lionspleJ, tlwy sboQld be aliqVed to do so will ha at least. sli rlnlts In local clBb who will from the i Be on baud at S .o'clock at the Mayor's office. the cl nto a g ame. Let them i.SELKmKS TO WITHDRAW FROM SENIOR HOCKEY Joint Meeting "Muggsy" McG-raw, manager of N'etr York GiaaU, IB charged-' with .a hreach of the Volstead liquor' law as a result of-his fight member otttho: Lambs1-, Club gusflBBt. WINNIPEG, Nov. Sel- kirk hockey club has definitely de- cided to withdraw from senior i hockey for this year. This was decided .at a meeting of the exec- utive last 'night when the ques- tion waft again discussed after the league had asked the club to re- consider their decision of last week. A m.eeting of the Manitoba senior league, will fae held'Satur- day to decide on the clui> to take ,--.over the Stlkjrfc franchise. HACK BEAMES CATCHERS" TOR BABEi RUTH'S HOMERS leAgne did not use their bralna thfa year, according to Connie Mack, as ment that curling starts, have their; regards the hnme runs being pBed necks bowed lor the Fernls'spiel. At i ur .by.BaDfl Huth. may appear seinsh. flut itl Connie says; "The catchers are aE oliier praclicaliyr now ti e sum? It certainly -.raises the stindard play.. i-To mike the club features, then, at Mil keen and attractive for the weaker rinka a of handicapping should bo adopted. '.Handlcappiog was talked over last ear and seeded to meet with general approval Handicapping if now 'adopt- ed in several ureiioni filnbs with soc- cess. The Idea ll that each individual is' giren a rating by the handicap com- say, crack, t points; good 3; 'nfr 2; green I. A rink ot cracks jrould total points, n fair s rint possibly eleven or twelvo pointe. Substract rink tolah and' the cracX rink would have to glvb'tho for BabeVbome runs. He bas made only two off my pitchers. ..''ba one or.theBeVth'e 'crowd was yelling, 'Letrhim hit, let him buat BO my catcher held his hand open like The Ninth Football Competition Closts Sure Enter in Time The Competition ill closes' tonight at'midriighL Have sent in your entry? You have midnight drop your guesses in the Herald.btfi, or. to mall samo. The results b.i ttefgames ap'pear n tomorroiv'B Isiue of .The Old Jliiters iletalling games played Oct. 10th. have now heen reoeiTedrand prizes in the sixth competition'will sent out at once. All priie's i.sl five competition been' The -three'.-i.ig league' gawes played tin pet: an attendance oi (i'e 33 games, whlch'shons the as'pbjiular as ever; ;u. ITEAM GO TO AUSTRALIA AFTER MATCHES .NEW SOSKtr-Pates proposed by .CHICAGO, Nor. Johnson, president of the -'American League, today intimated 'thjt there will be uo folnt session'of the major league club- otjners lu Chicago Monday afternoon. jJphWou's stand was taken by fans to. be; his reply to the reports from New York that President Heydier ot the National League had issued a second invitation to American eiecutivo and to the. loyal fiye 'clubowners supporting Johnson to Join ivith. the Nationnl Leagao arid the Chicago, NEW York, and Boston American League clubs in eession iiere Upnday aftemoon. the Australasian LaVn Tennis Assoc- iation for a tour .of. Australia by the United States, .team after the Davis Cup matches 'at... Auckland, Xew Zeal- and, have been approved by the United States Association. 'The team Cleaves the, Niagara, November OFFERS BIG LONDON, Nov. Special.) Bernstein of New York and Boston, who. prompted the Jimmy 12, going straighUo. Auckland.. Theref.l Wilde-Patsy Wallace bout in Toronto they., will have, an onporlniiity.. for. stated here 'yesterday about three weeks' practice .befira: that he had cabled to Samuel Riddle NEW -YORK, PhllLdelphia.'an'offer of pert Huston, owners of _...._., (almost bring Man New Yoflc club or-the j( ,-Some time ago the Australasian to riir. in England nokt spring.' Bern- League, lisMiUjht requestei the states that he had mada m> ef- atatement from Charles''AT States fort to, match any English horse with tSV American champion but that it It not of difficulty to arrange a'match. New York, to 'similar to :t tbo ImpressloSL tbat pititralianB when .t Mr. Comiskey had'' been.Slates In 1919. ;Dates proposed a counteract vails that delinquent in exposing the scandal (as followB: and that dent Johnson ot the American Lea- gue for doing so'. -l': Com'iskeyj declarea first intimation .lis receives, crookedness in' the sbrieS .was'''froni: Aus-t ted Ruth did the rest. He put it some- where out of the park. "My catcher told in o he didn't mean to call foV a but was trying to tool auth. Tbe-ipitcher put it-there. The boys 'can't pull 'that stuff on me. "Babe is a wohdarful hitler of tho ke c. nedmond.'St. LouisT i" S5500 on' ball. He has more bad balls up to him than any man In either league, so many, In fact, that he has to hit at some of them or walk all the "A' catcher who uses his brains for V fair ring, sar, five points. Tbeso nlnc innings won't signal his pitcher wonld be credilefl on the score'. for a groove uall when Hate Is board ac soon pi ay commenced and the strongest ring on the ice "wpiiW haye to hurry to defeat a 'very medium rink; and If the poor rink flourishing his jilate." bat alongside tho 'HERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION GOVERNING THE COMPE- ;TIT10N ARE AS FOLLOWS; wlU -lie called The Football Competition, 2. will be entitled to as many entrlw they dtslrc, provided entry Is accompanied by twenty- Ive centi, coupons to the .num? ot enUlfait 8, Compflltow mvit erws out the names of dutm they Ililnk will ose and trom out the Arsenal Bradford va Everton. Spur: vs Oldham. Derby vs .Bolton. Newcastle Burnley. THIRD DIVISION Bristol v< Brentford. Exeter vs Watford. Luton va Palace.' Mlllwall Swlndon. Reading va Norwich. Plymouth v< Brighton. t eiitor Ilia Herald Football Com- petition In accordance with tho rules find conditions announced above, and agrco to accept the pub. llthed decision as final and legally binding. Signed the. White, Dates aro oSry; 13, 14 15, at Melbourne, against 'Australia' or Victoria; Januarj- 20, at Adelalfle against Sooth January 27, 28 and 29 at "Sydney ag- ainst Australia. COAST Pac'lfio Coast Sox by being cleaning and la going to' make nond was interviewed, Jon Ma O'Neill, but juu tnnger, Brown, sporting the story.he Francisco Call. It Is said that many 'players en tho vagua and uncertain in character that are doing their best to ferret out the no one would be justified, in, 'taking1' crooks and tiicy are making' headway action such as would destroy thd character and reputation of the men, though they we're ball players, HeCORMACK WILL NOT BE PLAYING FOR SASKATOON Joe McCormack, who managed the United Slates -Olympic hockey team last season and who was" reported to PLAYERS UNDER HIGH TENSION IN SERIES Bis stake cause players in vjnttlt series to be iihderra great tension But It Isn't all doe Jnst to the re- ceipts, according to Eddie Roasch, of the Reds. He sayg; "True, each man Is vitally Inter ested In helping his aide to.win, for the winner's share Is more auhsten of says, r Warren itial tha.nthB losers'. But there are the, San other reaabhs for the great tension The leagdeitnanagers under which players find themselves "For one thing, (he player finds .himself occupying'a position of tfe notoriety.' Every body Is coast would rather play iii tliht league I talking about, wondering wha than go to the majors for higherjho will do, predicting how he will salaries, that there are many compare with hiH corresponding op- who play because they love the rival club.. Al! of this be signed with Saskatoon this' season, Just as much ss ths money they make out of it. A. McDonald, employed at Hani. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE FEARFUL SLAUGHTER WE ARE MAKING IN THE PRICE OF Men's Suits ONLY THREE PRICES Suits up to At......... Suits up to It will be a long time before clothing ;of this quality will be selling at these prices again. BERT KESTERNS M E S S HOP HOME OP ZOTH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHIN'a" Alexandra Hotel Block On the; Corner Municipal Fight Quite Sure To Be eman (Froni 6nr Own Correspondent) COLEMAN, NOT. 'Ire afloat that we are going to have a real municipal election this year. For pasesd through, and more-especlalls what the "boys" had. eadured. it ii A German machine guu. Just.: where it will find an nhtdlng resting1 place I have not found out Perhaps Ii front of the fire ball would bo alright Powell is ;worktng, over time .these nights: getting ready.; U-. hy some.of hlgl The curlers are talking broom: and Ice and stones these days. .Just a little more frost and "soup it up' will he heard. Frank Fouche, impressionist, inter preter, humorist and enter talner, has been engaged by tho glrli uy luy K the past few years the mayor and the of the G. a T; and a conndllora have "gone in" by accla- the chnrch on Friday matlon, bnt this year the citiiens NoT-; loth girU fim anJJ. want men cr.women who are inter-, they want everybody ested and. progressive. Coleman Is'then. Everybody is on their vfaltinf by, far the moat beautifully situated for nert week adds to the'player's ;sense.of'respbn siblliiy. fie naturally' wants to do well for the sake of. those, who -pre- dicted be would do well. And 5ust as ha, h has gone back to -Pittrtnrg, acco r "IB Standard nalnril he wa orove tha ding Cocoanul Mills, has -falfen' heir to I critics wbb didn't rate blm so: high r, j. B Cut Brier More Tobacco fer the Money town In the Pass.: It baa water and light-and splendid drainage. There are two mjnes in operation, .employing nearly a thousand men. 'With a live mayor and council, .a great many necessary improvements can be made, which will make Coleman am even more desirable place .to live ill. Mrs. Hnines, matron of the hospi- tal, left on Wednesday's train for Edmonton. She baa gono north to convalesce, after an attack ot the Th6 Hallowe'en in'the club-room on Monday night byvthc organized classes of tlie Institutional church Sunday school, proved a great success! The youngsters started off y popping'corn and then haci a var- ety of games lasslng Just near.the end of ra.pertectjnight'1 for ho young folks ice.cream was served, 'he gathering broke up by 'singing 'God Save the King." Our war trophy arrived' in' town he other day.and was on exhibition n W. 1.. It is a grim reminder of'the.awful days wo Mr. Freel, o( Freel and Elliot, bridge, is installing a furnace in'.the Institutional church. says heat will be'turned on for .Sunday services. CARPENTIER AND OEMPSEV TO SIGN CONTRACT NEW YORK, Nov. Uilt of the'contract governing 'tHe proposed world's heavyweight box- ing championship bout between Jack Dcmpsgy.and-.Geprges Car- pentler will be signed 'late today. PHONE 666 Ovevcoats tHat 11 keep hold of'yfiutig ipen's affections, they've real style give you a new sen- sation of snug, warm-fitting shapeli- ness. And quality for coats are. money values .that stand head and shoulders the very best obtainable in the West, SSO'-SSS Tweeds, Friezes and Sleltons that have stam- ina and wonderful styled to every new touch, deep :pbckets, and without belts, storm and dressy cut collars, ,V LQUISHKEEL JSHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES. and THE FLo'flSHEIM 8HOE OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STREET ;