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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1920 THE IxETHBEIDflE DAILY HERALD DP FATHER TFJY oiiveF ui in OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 5th St ,4th Ave. YALE TO DROP HOT POTATO BOYLE SAYS PATRICK'S OF NO CONCERN TO ALBERTA GOVERNMENT I NEW YORK, Nov. 12.-.V 1 clan figures that Man o' War made .5609.75 a second, or J3C.5S5 a minute, for his owner by defeating Sir Barton in their race for a purse. The 'time was Hockey Letgae Given Permission to Skip Taxes- Attaraey-General C. Hockey is t's Pro- H Propaganda. coming season the have to be paid: war tax would CALOAKT, NOT. Hon, J. fagreed not to Impose a lax last ir- H. Boyle, attorney general of Somo weeks ago all tie Big Four that rrani; Patrick's charges clubs received a notice lhat during the the Alberta Big Four Hockey League are no affair of the govem- inent, was Uie purport of a statement which to tie Calgary Herald tils afternoon. The attorney-genera! has a suspicion that Mr. Patrick Is, actuated by Minsk- motives and that tie whole business Is calculated pro- paganda on the part ot the coast hockey Magnate. He intimates that will be no investigation by his department. 'Mr. Bojle's' statement wan as fol- tows: fl do not set that this any affair of nine. The province'is certainly ;Mt Interested In charges except in the matter ot the alleged evasion of the amusement taz which the 'ama- fmr league Is said to have escaped. Patrick in his'letter to me Tatar Is Talking Comliped Hockey Curling Rink Get Your Guess In Mail Tonight For Competition Football Competition Closes With First Mail in Morning; Keep the in Going Tonight IE the last night (or the entries tor -The Herald'a football com- petition. Midnight Is the official NEW HAVBN, Conn., NOT. ton College, which defeated Yale's foot- ball learn on pet. 16 for the second lime In two probably will not appear on the Yale schedule In 1821. rtlSOFFIO Much Enthusiasm Displayed at the Organization Meeting This Week (Rrom Onr Own CorrfsCondfnt) TABEH NOT 11 -iAt tie last meet- ing of tho OuYling Club for the season (From Our'Own Correspondent) TABER. Nov. Taber Hockey Club- held their reorganlza- the formation of n fully-1 hockey club, to include oth- r will bo lu plenty 6[ time. No guess can he accepted.vafter the results are received In The Herald office. Press dispatches (rum the Old Co-jn- try Indicate that Interest In football Is just as'keen this year as last there i Scotch Blood Responsible for Three-Time Victory of this Atlanta Girl? a resolution was passed i nnh- 1'uuMutf 10 the erec'ion ot a combln'a- crs. so that the arrangements'for the to i. irWch I have only received this morn- tjon curling am, hockcy nnk to mlgU be more easily .handled. Ke a BY HER. 'NEW YOItK, Nov. Miss tion meeting in the fire'half this eve.; among' nlng. a fairly representative number berta tor EnBlanrtV M. Cleveland recently, of players and fans being present. As 'True fooibairhas a blE fallowlnE In nationality tliere was practically 'no membership Lethhridge and 'it "is The Herald's In-, but the tcata l.ast year, one of the db- tention to keep'football interest going "I'm. no .surprised. The gurl-M's' a jeets of the meeting was to remedy as high as possible. v This football competition one sys-1 This happy, auburn-haired cham- tern .The Herald.has adopted for this is the daughter of a Scotchman and she is .proud of it. But ia-addl- your' co-operatlpri is needed. The 1'Uon.thereto she is a perfectly magnl The following ter was called -for Wednesday eve- _ might say that I am always a little ausiiclotu ot people who com- plain of their rivali in business being crooked and 1 am not going to assumJ that the men who run the Alberta 'Amateur Hockey league are crooked or that they attempt to evade Alborta's amusement tax, without further evi- dence than the mere statement from Mr. Patrick. "There also the farther fict that council but only a First- Vice-Pres., the .curlers .and important. business Don Pres., P. C. Hosey; First men put'in an "appearance, and little Vi.ce-Fres., A. Golls; Second 'Vice- could be1 done, although norie of the J- B. Jett; Sec.-Treas., D. Blue; representative curlers had expressed Manager themselves as willing to go on with Membership committee, D." H. Me- the scheme. After the meeting the Crea, J. Rink com- hockey men decided to appoint a com- mj'tee, Leo Malq, Roy Carleton, J. lo seo'th'e curlers and today 'Douglas; FihancevicaininiUeeViP. 1 mlr I .vil'L'i! Sir. Patrick appears to hare handed 'the question of having such a A- G.olis' W. A. 'Porteous. A ,w became a lire IBSUO, on .the announce- committee of five, A, mBht .that. "EaVaraUbuslness men had ifo Cook, D. statements the uewspapen In re- spect to tae contents of the letter to me vrhtch. vrere published hefojp the letter reached me, and I have no doubt these were Intended for propaganda. "The statements published charge the hockey, league in Alberta irlIn be- ing professional with evading the amusement tax. Not Fair Treatment This does not strike me as being very fair treatment on the part cl Mr. Patrick. If he really wished to be fair '.to Oa officials of the Alberta Amateur Hockey league, he should not have published an announcement before cMng me the opportunity of making the Intrnlrios he 'asked to have made." appear to concluded Boylej "that Mr. Patrick wants to convict these men first and have me make my inquiries afterward." As for the alleged evasion of the tax, nothing of the sorl occurred. The government, it Is slat- ted on good authority, was quite yrIll- ing to give hockey an opportunity to establish Itself after lhe trar and 'HERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION RULES GOVERNING THE COWPE. TITION ARE A3 L The competition will be called The Heritd Competition.. T S. '.Comtutors be to ai us luey tiavM entry by twenty- ceaba, Mtd. coupvni to thi num- ber of e a tries. C Corapetitorn must cross out Lba tuuDM Ot they ttiink wdl IOM 4Ml cr6M out the names of bain iCUwr u ih.i-.v wdl i. oniy tw secured trom toe ScroiUng page cf -Jh, 1 .ill nwAies rcceivcil be tum64 ui prizes. The amount and of. prlaes wLU be every.Monday morning (of that weed's camea Rttutta of com petit it, n.-i v-iu >ver7 Wednesday and cbeguM to successful comjjciitorc will mailed Immcdlalely on receipt of >unfirraatloQ by (he Athletic ill be posted or dc- to The Herald before night -on Fridays, A Friday marh from twlnta of the city "6f will be considered aa a legitimate entry. 7, The name and Address the competitor mint be clearly marked on coupon.' i S Stftmpa mtitt cot need as rnent for entrleo. 9 All must be adtfreaaed to 'Jlie Editor, Toolball CorapfttHlon, Thf Herald, 10 The EdJtor'a decision be flnal, 11. Krriptojpes of The Herald are from the competition. i -.parrea agreed ..tV .bear, .a share of the ox- penae. It bow appears 'plan Is likely to through succDsaftiJly. P'ERf EOT RIFLE RECORD points out of a poaalble 105 Charles Kill, aged 66, roado a perlect record In anfl K. L: Jard'.ne, yere appoint- ed to meet the CurlingSCIub in con- nection with fhe.iheJr.'jVnijt'' which meeting r'wljl shortly. The in. were given full power to'elgn." checks C1UO on behalf ot the rrit. it i -t Difference llollins, Miss Constance Robeiuii. Miss Elaine Rbsenthal anil Silas' Mildred Ca'verly. Miss. Stirling, however, has'heeri a "repeater." Thrice In five.years she has annexed the coveted title, proving that she Is not a'meterolo player. Tho only other American girl to win three times fvas Miss Beatrix Hoyt, who held the title in 1836, 1897 and 1898. Here Is. a bit o( important news, DO NOT PASS THIS UP All the suits in' our store are going at three prices, only. All Suits up to To go at............ All Suits up to To go at All Suits up to To go at These are wonderful reductions you can save over on a This is a genuine suit sale. BERT RESTER'S S H M HOME. OF BOTH CENTURY BRAND Alexandra Hotel Block 'On the Comer Manitoba Team Not Able to Fill Date so Championship Goes by Default Winnipeg Arenas Not Admitted To Manitoba Leagiie.Sp.Ap-, a prec recor n i the competition ol the City R1H0 Club and' thst et a HD Sre'd-ffom 200, 605' and 'COO yarJs aisplay- Thls U a world's record cd towarlj lhe Preparations for the Maxwell, manager' of. "champion Falcons, is endeavoring to place a Armstrong of the Canadian1 union de- clared tho club champions again. Aa-a result of this action there'will further gninos this season. going to England neit ye: There she will come into competition Tritb .Miss cell British wo- man champ! on. Great Match In SInht Miss Stirling acil Miss Leitch are theiiy.pwn this the :-two wl" come out rten the' trowxeague nav SJ fl 12'-Tcd games gel under way. Tho zero wea- Hay who won Lhe Unled States Open ther of lhe past two dayslhas helped Golf Championship, wul be given an on thq winter sports qnes'tlon. offlciftl welcome by the local aulhori- ties when he returns here. He Is the professional of the Oihey Club. INCREASE SIZE OF LOAF BUT NOT THE PRICE KANSAS CITY, Nov. ten per cent. Increase in the size of Winnipeg team in the Saskatchewan ;would be'jivprth- crossing the ocean to league and has made overtures to Stirling would not1 sat- _ kgloon, Regina and Moose Jaw. Tho -fer tlievbandlcap. t.hat other American season. One reason. is the likelihood j team which la knows, as the Arenas players-rfould. "The gurl-1-l's n of a stronger team, but-of course thaU made application for a placo. In "the kr.ow. a i Manitoba league ai ;-1 Tuesday's meeting. and was refused at FATALITIES ON ENGLISH In defending her title this year Miss Stirling had lo. defeat..Mrs. Dorothy at' one time was holder of the British title, as well'as RAILWAYS1 that of France and Canada. can that all -women golf players 'LONDON, .-Nov. S.-JV White Paper'look alike to Miss Stirling. And..fur- shows that In 1819 thijro.wero'S32 per-..thermore, perfectly capable of loaves ot bread, the second In two SILENCE AT REQINA, was ob-. ____ ._ _____ _........f served for two minutes at the noon! sons killed on tlio raflways of 'the Un-''defeailng good Hnksman" hoiir in Reglna today In honor of ited Kingdom, of whom 98 were pass-) Despite her Scotch blood, Miss Stir- engers and 361 trespassers is American through and through, and that were is an American cd. Including passengers. The greatest woman player lhe country has deaths are 62 more than In 191S. I ever had. Armistice Day. In government, clvlo and business offices the rule bold gqnrl. week. f" wae announced by 12 bakers here, i y schools. Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM Arsenal vs. Blackburn, Bolton, vs. Derby. Bradford vs. Liverpool, Burnley vs. Nsweastle, Everton V8. Bradford City, Mancheotsf G. vs. Huddorsfitlci, Oldham vs. Tottenham. Preiton vs. Chelsea. Brentford vs. Bristol flovera. Brlgfiton vo. Plymouth, Palace vs. Lilian. Gllllhaham vs. Newport. Orrmsby vs. Swansea. Norwich vs. Reading. Qusen's Park vc. Southampton, Swindon vs. MIKwall. 1 enter tho Herald Fiiothall Com- petition in ucco.-ibnco wllli lhe rules ami condlUong snnoimcert alDvc. 3RrfC li uccepi the pun- lislnMl decli.tOD aa final ami legally binding. Slgncil.......... Address CHEWING TOBACCO They secured, title to taa trophy, today at noon wh'eu.a tele, gram from Winnipeg announced that the Winnipeg Victorias, the Manitoba union, would be unable to play here on Saturday and asked that the University of Manitoba team be substituted. The Regina Ilugby clnb refused to entertain a thought of playing Varsity for they were not winners and the game therefore would be only an ei- hlbitlon affair. Thereupon President CARS OF ALT. MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 STi.S, Five years' experience with aeroplane engines. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED PHONE 666 410 FIFTH STREET Free Skating Sot Afternoon L. A. A, A. RINK Official Opening Monday Evening, Band in Attendance Phone 1849 SPRINGING A SURPRISE Our Great Fall Overcoat Giving you a savlnj of tailored to style itaea and guaranteed as to both fabric TOluo. 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