Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 14

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX E DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER' BRINGING DP FATHER By G. McManus THINK i AM A FOOL.? .COaLDN'Ti ilR -.1 HAVEri'TY Organize Hockey League I PUT FALCON PLAYERS :rf-. i. f.M It'i a Genuine Pleasure toDnieHere _ There are so.nuny features ot dtains here that mt.tr> you leave with an anticipation o tJUtOslitJ cntxiues to comppiuon will be mailed Immediately rm receipt o( confinnaftaD by the Athlttlc S. 'All entries must be posted or de- livered to -The Herald before inld- ntflht on A Vrlday post- mark from polntfl 'onLside of city 01. wfcll.be considered as Contftinlnp a legitimate entry, 7. narni and" address of the competitor must be clearly narked on each coupon. I. Surnps cot b9 used aa pay- for entries, All entries' must be addressed lo Editor, Fontball Competition, Tho HtnSC, Lelhorld-s 10 Tho Rportln will .be final. 11 Kraplpreu of Ths tlerald barrfta from tno comptiltlon. ng Editor's decision tho 0. n: F. U. for failure In not keep- ing the grounds cleared of. p'i-fce: and .the-semi-final, round has been nm-an been awarded to Hamilton Tigers II, who mil now meet Dons in the finals, with tho firsi game likely in Hamilton on Saturday.. ARGONAUTS AND TORONTO MEET- FOR EARL GREY CUP nonnceinent.is 'expected- to be made within a few. days.''- -3-" The in the. iob.OOO, and the prices .wilt pribably jange froni ?5 to Jhe; choice 'Tingside places bringing oil; sorts prices, according .to the tauip; irifor- ination. Speculation Is rife'as where'.this monster show located, and while many think'that tie' Polo Grounds- will he selected, there are others who. 'that the niiliiou-dollar. qnarrel sent over to Jereoy. VA" The promoters arenas -jet Tetlcent about announcing th'e'date and place for the "bout of Tes Itlckard Is hopeful) contest can ho staged on .Independence Furthermore, bo does no't anticipate any trouble about sary license. Wifhf a'locallon seat- ling i believes that ea can be arranged .within- the ot all-boiirig fans. TORONTO, Nov. ments were completed for the first of the bo play- ed for'the Earl Grey cup, emble. matte of trie senior Canadian Rug- .The contending itams yvlll be the Argonauts and the Torontos, and the game will be staged at Varsity stadium next Saturday .afternoon.' Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED NOV. 20TH ENTRIES CLOSE NOV. 19TH AT MIDNIGHT Alton Villa vs Bradford. Blackburn V5 Bolton. Bradford C. vs Wool Brom. Albion Chelsea vs Sheffield U, Evei'ton V5 SunderUnd. Tottenham Preaton. Ofdham va Burnley. v Newcsetle vs Liverpool. Exeter vs Palace. Gilllngham vs Portsmouth.. Grlrnsby ys Queen's Park. Luton vs Norwich. Mlllwall vs Watford. Merthyr vs Soulhend. Reading vs Brentford. Southampton vs Bristol Rovers. I enter (ho Herald Football Com- petition in accordance with (he rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept tad pub- lished decision as final and legally binding. Signed Address SCORED TECHNICAL. KNOCKOUT BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Nov! Bpgashj Bridgeport, weighl, scored a technical over Red Allen of-, Brooklyn ;-in the fourth round of a Scheduled -12-round bout here last night WILL HAVE IN O. H. A. GUBLTO, Ont., Nov. For tho first time in many years thl? city will be represented In the Ontario ey League, with' interinc'dfate and Junior teams. Tomorrow Will Show Results of Last Week's Football Competition in Herald The Herald's football competition is off .for another week, football fans, so lets go.- The more who they can pick-, the'winners the better, the competition will be so get your friend's interested.1. Crows N-ist fans are still In the game and tomorrow.it will be seen if ahead of the -Let'a- bridge.football followers. It will bo remembered that last week they were high in'the running. .The "Dramatic Mirror" 'has twp Interyjewrfwith rHen of .the day In which they, mix things according to their, re-- spective llghls: _, 'Well( what do you thing of the reporter'asked will "have to admit I'hever heard he answered." A interview "With Babe follows: what dp you ihlnk of .the reporter asked. 'I. must admit.) .never .saw htm. answered." BOXING CLUB FOR FRANCE PARIS, Nov. lines of. tha -National Sporting ;Club is now in process of formation in Paris. 11 will be the National Boxing Club of the subscription wlfl be sufficiently high to permit the purchase of roomy'premises; includ- ing, besides an ordinary clubrooih; a large boiing hall, where there will be weekly bouts, wilh: an match. v BAR GERMANrTEAMS foot- ball authorities of England hare: re- fused to sanction international match- es with Germany or any of the other Central Empires.-No.matches-will he played with Qther. teams, who :play with the Central .Empires. f. Q LLOYD COpK TO GO TO COAST AGAIN LOST PURSE FOK j PARTICIPATION IN I TORONTO FIASCO TORONTO, Nor. Ontario -Athletic Com- mission at a meeting Saturday night cleared up finally and completely the fbjco of 5, at tho Toronto Arena at whk-li liill G aim on. of Phil- adelphia, masqueraded as Frankie of. Providence, li. I., Beuny Volger and his riinnager, Sir. Jacobs, were" some days ago exonerated from any share in-or conducting of the fraud. was absoluteh nothing to thaf. Lou Marsha, match ma'. ir'for the veterans, was In in> wa> to the detection and tlio coiii mission completely "exonerated hlni a.nd the G. W. V. A. from com pllclty therein. Smith and Gannon were adjudged guilty of the -whole business, their 5500 purse .was de- clared forfeited to the commissloi and-thelr cards cancelled. In addition their action has .been reported to tho Philadelphia authorities for further action. McGraw To Leave t Hornsby Alone NEW YORK, Nov. J J. McGraw, of the New York Giants; indicated today that the reported offer for Roger Hornsby; hard hitter of the .St. I.xrais ".Cardinals, made last season, will not be repeat- ed., is not bur policy to keep driving oiler a man in a way to break up. another owner's ball he said.' McGraw eaid he had signed a num- of youpgsters ,to he Irled out at second base' during, spring, training'. TENNIS PLAYERS SAIL FOR AUSTRALIA _ VANCOUVER, Nov. William. T. Tilden, United States national cham- lllon; William M. 'Johnston, Watson and Samuel D. Hardy, Am- lerican tennis players who are on their .way to New Zealand in que'st of the Davis cup, arrived here -Sunday and will leave today for- Victoria, where they will engage In a series of games with "players tomorrow after- noon, otter which they will embark on the steamer Niagara for the Anti- podes. It Is doubtful if Ilia .'Imerlcan players will play any games here today, nwjng to the wet weather which prevails. VETERANS LOST IN SOCCER GAME Lloyd Cook, of Taber, .who captained a Vancouver hockey. team last year will return to the coast for (he position again this winter. Ha has'had oral offers to go east ,'oii big teams but has turned.them all down for hla coast job. F YORK, Nov! British Great War Vet- soccer team lost to Astoria, jslx to one in a ,metropolitan league game here yesterday. OFFER TO kJLBANE ,B AW I MORE, Nov. Vr-clght Champion Jolmny Kllbane" has been offered io appear hero in a 15-rbund bout to a decision'with the winner of the Danny Frush-Joe Leon- ard bout here next Friday night. More Tobacco for the Money Packages .WE STILL HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF, mm sons AT THESE WONDERFUL PRICES Every suit in the store to go at three prices only: All Suits up to To clear at All Suits up to To clear at All Suits up to To clear at......... BERT KESTER'S S H -Q P _HOME OF 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner NEWEST ENGLISH GIRL GOLF'PliAYER, :1 ONLY YEARS OLD There is .ii-iiqw' girl golf champion n Croft, the .Itlaholdc't losing, op the first hole in th'e final aK-StbheV-Friges (o Miss ;hristina Olarie? who last year was >eaten in the final': by Miss'Croft. This championship is distinct tram .he women's, chanipionshlp. The feature 'of- the was Jie Barbara Grif> iths, .who :U. She wo of the .favorites and reached the semi-finals, .where she was-.beaten hy Is a sis- ter of Missi'Mbliy Griffiths, who was' to. MisslCec.il Leitch in the British women's champfonship lost spring... .v It wag not the fact that JUIc. Miss: Griffitha'.wbn. her matches as tho way in.which she won'Hhem seized Slio was ;he vejy eihhodlment of stem endeav- >r, according to'one .observer. Noth- ng could dismay her. In critical situa- tion, .when.the loss'of a hole seem- ed certain, she '.epihibiled: the calm- less and determination of a seasoned championship competitor. She thought out extra .care and as .a rulb-played it .remarkably well." A few. days; ago. ehe went- around [he men's full course at Rimningdale in S? (42. out .andT45 doing the of the best, drive and iron hbles. arbiirid In 3 and the sixth -In. 4. Anybody who knows, the" Bourse agree that these we re'astonish ing feats for a girl of 11. Some see.In her a future champion.. In reading; about' the competitive achievements qf.lhese Jiot but wonder-why so-little inUires't is taken In this, country, In the de- velopment of golf among girls. ANOTHER VICTORV FOR TOURING BRITISHERS- MELB OTJHNE, 'Nov. 16 (Canadian, Associated English cricket team', now touring Australia today defeated- a'Vfctofla eleven hy an KENTUCKY DERBY-IN FALL NEW movement' is on foot to make the Kentucky-Derby' a fall racing event. Th'ps'e .urging.tibs change declare .that; three-year-olds whoso training is rushed for.this an- nual classic seldom, show their real form until autumn. Mayor Winter, of Windsor, has or- dered an investlgatiou into.condltlono prevKlling in a residence where ten persons are living Itrthe basement. A 27 LB, TROUT BROCKVILLB, .Ont. Nov. 16. a fish story all right, but vouched for. by several disln- teresled a trout weighing 27 .was recently caught off; an island in the St, Lawrdnce "Ilivpr near hire, 4 f- CARS OR ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH ST, SI -Five years' ;sxperlence with aeroplane, engines, Phone 1032.' WORK GUARANTEED. SPRINGING A SURPRISE Our Great Fall Overcoat Giving jon a clean-cut saving of. Smart coats, tailored In style lines ami guaranteed as to both fabric and valuo. Regular Special price ,'i, For all slylos and form-filling, storm and consciryatlve collars, deep wide raogo of and patterns, with ap- proved linings. Coats you'll bo proud to wear. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FA8HION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE i OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STREET ;