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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta IP- pi PAGE SIX THE LCTHRPIDCiE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By t HcManus HELLO-DOCTOR-1 XOUR ttiiLU AN FROM IT-'l HAVE DOUBLE WKAOT HAVE YOU THERE THE OOCTOW -SENX-. ABOUT TIHE TOO TOUD ME t WOZ WEUu IF I FEUT BETTER ID It's a Genuine Pleasure to Dine Here There ara so many feature! of dining here that nake you with la anticipation o( coming The food, the the enrironmect, the cutertalameat, 'the ine courteous attention arc all ideal. The Silver Grill c. e. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. VS HIGH SCHOOL 8 RM. PROVINCIAL BASKCTBALJ, ASSOCIAMORGANIZED New Organization Devises to Govern Cham- pionship Competitions in Alterta and Will Decide AH Are Elected. CALGAHY, a represen- tative meeting' heM here' Saturday af- ternoon, tho Alberta Basketball acso- into existence. It is to function, of this organization to Borers 'basketball in the province Alberta and arrange (or champion- ship competitions, and decide any dts- jmte's' tbat may arise in any.-of the classes were.elected: Hoi, McDon- Calgary. B Registrar, pnlvsrsity" of Aib'eria, j Jackson, at wfll donate anotncr. cup for the ladles' championship. The trophy which they tor furtner competition, and it should be replaced.' Change in Rules v One change the association made in playing rules will giro a man an op- portunity, to leave the game for a time and return, unless the referee during play. He can only make thU change once, however; dur- teg. game. 'Cecil '.Ra'ca.TcAB chairman of the meeting and Lerby Chowh was acting GOLF MEETING TOMORROW NIGHT All golfers In the city are asked to turn out ia the meet- ing Thursday night iu the .may- or'a office, S o'clock. The game will ue dead neit year-unless EOrae action is taken now. Ev- erybody asked to como put. Par- hey of Edmonton, i Executive Pearkes, V. C, Calgary; Harry Ellis, physical director of the Calgary and Medicine Hat, Play-ofc Alt m leagues openitbig m' tie jurisdiction of tion must have amateur will .he necessary for ?affili ate with the association if.they intend to enter for any championship competi- tions. Games .be played under GpaldinfiY latest basketball rules. All sections mast declare a winner by Peb 13 The following'arrangement was made for the Alberta playoff: Win. cer of the Southern Alberta group will play Medicine: Hat and .decide a champion by Feb. 26; .Calgary City league and Military league'to play off by Feb. 26, and the samo in Edmon- ton Varsity and the City League. The provincial title will be March 12. Total points in iiome and hone games will decide the .honors. Tbere must, to a gilarantea tickets for travelling teams Trophy It Needed The associations anxious to secure 6. trophy, emblematic .of the, Alberta championship. The secretary will bo .advised to write the Harold company ol'Toronto to find 'ont It they TO FIGHT jfov Pete Her- Had Hoped To n. i Stage Big Fight In Old Land NEW YORK, N'ov.; B. Cochrau, English theatrical manager and co-promoter with .Tex Rlckard and Wm. A. Brady for the forthcoming FIRST PRIZE Crows Nest Pass Contestants Get Into Second Money TflfrWeek The first priie 'money for the past week's football competilton went to G. Ross, 1019 3rd Me. N., City. Jas. Maclean, 1228 5th Aye. A.S. City Geo. Masspn, 918 9th Ave. S., City. Jas. Munrd, 709 7th Ave. S., City. Day, Wilson, 1001 8th Ave. S., City. I' World's Champion Trotting Colt Is Sold for NEW YORK, Nov. E. Stokes hag-sold Peter Volo, world's champion trotting colt to Walnut Hill Farm for decide the world's heavyweight Cham- ncr- P'onshiP was a passenger today on man, bantamweight boring champion'tho Adriatic sailing tor Demnsey-Carpentler boxing bout correcl- 'lnls >s (divided Into.41.20 tor each one and day. The price was not made palj_ ____ _._ but it was said to have been about had eleven of his guesses correct for, Peter Volo was a champion yearltas set a brilliant mark as a two and three year old and as a four year old made record of Nest men are strongly In the running for the prize money, ilr. Tuckwell which he gets Mil. Second money goes to four who had ten guesses torrect. This money is of Ihe'vforld, and Joe Lynch of this cjty, have signed contract to fight 16. rounds to' a decision here on Dec- ember 2.' Both agreed to weigh-, in at 118 pounds. TO MATCHi AGAINST WINNER ;NBW 17.VJ.oe Sfecher, heayj-weight tltleholder, will be'match- of the mg'.matehrhere-.niit'Monday between Wladek'Zbyszkd it was announced today. LEONARD MEETS KELLY England. Before his departure, Mr. Cocbtjn said ho had hoped to stage the fight In England, but he agreed in the decision of his two United States co-promoters. "1 return early In 1921-to help anango details for the he added, "or sooner it my ser- vices are needed." two "amounts jo to the Crow's Nest country. 'James Watson, of Michel and'A. Causey, of Natal. The local winners were J. C. Xess and Wm. SASKATOON' WRESTLER IN PIIAW MATCH WITH A SPOKANE MAN Nov. Frank Lamarquc, Saskatoon, Sask., and Tom Grant, Spokane, each had won a fail Fast night in their catch-as-catch-can NEW .YORK, Nov. "natch, they wrestled.44 minutes with- i ard, lightweight champion, raeets fall and the bont was 'declared a 'Harlem" Eddie Kelly in a 12-round draw. Lamarquc look'th'e first fitU in -v :LADIES, CURLING MEETING Tho annual meeting ot the Curling club will be held ia the Central room of Y.M.C.A. tonight at 8 o'clock. i All.members and others, inter- ested are urgently requested to attend. bout here'tonight. U.S, WOMEN DEFEATED UNCOLN, England, Nov. TJnlJed' States womens' hockey team today by the Lincoln and Kent women's team by a score of S to v'. 33 minutes with a bead scissors.and arm lock, and Grant the second In 1 hour and 10 minutes.when Lamarqua conceded it to save- his arm. Tho men are lightweights. Third, money "divided among those who had nine correct and there were nine such contestants. This money goes to Taler, Fernie, and Lethbriclge." Today Tho.Herald ia publishing the Old Country league.standings which should provo, a assistance 'to the contestants.for .this" Let as show another increase'" in the. number of contestants for ihis week. Following are the priie winners Eleven Correct S. Tuckwell, SID 6th- St. S. City. Ten Correct Each James Watson, Michel, B.C. A. Causey, Natal, B.C. J. C. Ness, care Y.M.C.A., City. Wm. Button, 419 12th St. C.N., City, Hint Correct Cents Each Louise Jones, Hot-HP, Taber, Alta. Mrs. J. C. Hooker, Fernie, B.C. E. !1. James, 1004 6th Ava S., City. T. Taylor, Gea. Old Country Football league standing up to Satnrday November 13 ENQLISH LEAGUE .First Division P. W. D. U F. A. Ft 1 Myerpool 8 4 2 31 H i Burnley. 3 2. 3 24 13 j Aston Villa i 15 8 3 4 27. 21. Newcastle U.. 14 8 4' 30 16 IBoltoh W. 15 7 4 4 '29 17 jEverton ..16 6 6 4 24 21 Tottenham H. 14 72 5 34 19 iMiddlesboro H ;6 4 4 .22 21 ij I Manchester C 14 7 2 3 22 22 li Manchester U 14 6 6 4 19 18 1: West Brom A 14 47 3 IS 19' li Bradford.C. ..14 545 22 19 i Hud'rsfield T. H 62 6 14 1 Arsenal 4 6 4 17 19 1 Blackburn R 14 4 5 19 1C 3 Sunderland 14 455 18 21 1 Chelsea 14 3. 5 fi 11 25 1 ShcfBeldV. It 34 9 13 29 1 SOCCER FOR B. C. DURING CHRISTMAS SEASON VANCOUVER, Nor. British Columbia provincial football association have wired an invitation lo Mr. H. Wilfrid Maloney of Stanford university, ff to bring on all-star soccer ag- gregntion hcra during 'Christ- mas cream of the combined talent of both Stan- ford university and the Univer- sity ot 'California. Acceptance Is expected today. "HERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION RULES GOVERNING THE COWPE. TITION AHE AS 1. The competition -wlii he called The Herald Football Competition. 2. CompelUors wDE be entitled to aa rnany entries as they desiie, provldcii iich intry Is by twenty-' five cenu, and to the num- ber of enlrlrs. S OompelLtors must cross out the names of the clubs thc> think will torse .and cross out the names or both If. they consider a draw will result 4 Coupons can onlj bo secured from Ihe Spoiling Page of The Herald. 5: All muntes receive.) will Lie re- turned In The amount pnd humbera of prizes nni be uiibH.shed every.Monday'niornlDif for thst week's nezults ntll bft published every and. '.cheques to compeutom will to" mailed irartiediately on of confirmation by'the Athletic Ktwa 6. All entries must be posted or de- livered to Tlie HefaTd before' ml'l- hiRht on Fridays. A Friday tnark from points of Ibf- .ity of Lethbrldm >lll In Comldertd M containing B legitimate entry, TV .The name and addresn of thfi .competitor mtiBl be clearly marhed on each coupon. 8. Stamps mnat not be used at pir. ment for entriea All entries be to tbe. Editor, Football Competition Thr. Iftratd." f.ethbrldjre, SJ Tho Rportinc; doclilon wirl be final. II. Hmploytfi! ef The Herald" are from Hie competition. Herald Football Competition GAME8 PLAYED NOV. 20TH ESTRIES CLOSE NOV. 10TH AT MIDNIGHT Aston Villa vs Bradford, Blackburn vs Button. Bradford C. vs Brom- Albion Chelsea vs Sheffield U. Everton Sundcrlanil. s Oldham vs QUrnEey. [Vewcaatle vs LIverpooT, Exeter va Palace, Glliingham Portsmouth. Orimsby vs Queen's Park. Lutori ve Norwich. Mlllwall va Watford. Merlhyr vs Southerid. Reading vs Brentford. Southampton vs Bristol Rovers. 1 eater tlie Herald Football Com. petition in nccordinco with tho ruleu ond coniililona nnr.oitnccrt above, nnd agree to accept the pub. llshc-d declaloa us BDA! and legally binding. Our Suit and Overcoat Prices Have Got Them., All Going! And why not, when you can buy the best there is mad? at such real savings at this SALE OF SALES? Men's High Claw Tailored SUITS AND OVERCOATS Regular Sale........... Regular Regular Sale........... Regular Sale........... Regular Sale.......... Regular Regular Sale.......... Regular Sale.......... Re.gular Sale.......... And' remember, a personal guarantee of satisfaction with every sale, Everything in the store (except col- lars) on sale at Bargain Prices. Fred Thaell 5th St. South. Lelhbridge, YOU CANNOT HELP BUT BUY AT SEE NEW FACES EVERY DAY ON ACCOUNT OF THESE WONDERFUL ii SUIT VALUES V i All Suits up to To at All Suits up to To clear at All SUits up .to at Bf RT KESTER'S M 'JE: S S H CENTURY BRAND CLiOTHINa Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Preston N. B.-14 33 8 16 Derby C. 14 1 7 0 11 Oldham A. 14 2 57 17 Bradford 14 2 3 9 14 Second Division P. n. K--P. South Shields 14 9 2 3 32 Cardiff City. 14 7 D 2 23 Bristol City 15-7- 19. Blackpool 7 4 4 21 West Ham U. 15 6 5 4 15 Birritinehnm 14" 7 2 Clapton O.'. U- 6 4 4 17 Stoke......14 6 35 "22 Notts County 14 'Go 4 18 Port Valo 14 fi 54 18 Leicester C.. 14 S 3 5 17 Itbtherham C. 15 4 7 4 16 Hull City 14 46 4 15 Notts Forest'14 B 4 5 19 Bury 14 5 3 5 20 Leeds United 14 B 3 6 14 Barnsley .-..13 3 0' 4 14 Sheffield W.. 14 13 Fulham 1-1 j 4 7 13 Coventry City 15- 3 4 S 11 Wolverton 3 38 13: Stoctport C..-14 2 210 16 Third Division P. W. D. U F. Southampton 14 S 6 1 25 Crystal P. 16 2 4 27 MlllmUl A. .15 S 3 A 20 Watford 8 2 4 21 Swindon T. 15 7 4 4 30- Merthyr T> 14 65 3 23 Queens P. H. 14 G 4 4 22 Jjuton Town 14 6 4 4 23 Plymouth A. 14 4 7 3 17 Bristol R. 14 0 3.' 5 19 Newport C. .15 7 1 "7 17 Exeter City. 15 '4 0 5 14 rthauipton: M 6 2 7 17 llrlghton-H.A. 15 o 317 18 i5wansea T.. 16 4 5 G 18 Southend U.. 1C G 1 9 17 Porlsmouth .15 4 4 7 15 Brentford ..14. 3 10 Grimsby T... 15 6 7 9 18 Norwich City 15 2 7 6 10 Heading ....'14, -I 2 8 13 Glllingham 15 3 4 S 12 SCOTTISH LEAGUE P. ,W, D. L. F. A. Fta. Rangers 17 16 1 0 4ii 12 33 Celtic 17 13 2 2 35 13 2S Alrdrleoniana 17 10 4 3 3G 19 24 Morton 40 21 "22 15 IS Hearts IS 7 C B 25 21 '9 17'Clyde .'.i..V. 18-; S '2 'G 22; 21 17 16 j-Third, Lanatk 17 7 SO 25 17 15" 16'Aberdeen .i. IS B '6 '7 20 22 10 :13 15 ;.Hamittoa A. I? 5 7 13 23 1U Ho 15 i Hibernians 18 24 31 1C 17 '15'jQueens Park IS 4 8 (i 21 .37 JG 20 15 (Ayr United. 18 5 68 -21.'3.1 IS 1? lo Raith Rovers IS 70 11 -24 20 li 18 '1.4 Falkirk 18 4 6.4 25 31 M 23 '14 i Albion Rovera 19 4 5 10 24'32 1C Clydebank 17 3 G 8 21 .31 K St. Mirren 5 2 10 23 38 12 Klimaruock 18 3 6' 9. 24'37 n bumbarton 18 2 3 13 15 41 7 20 13 15 13 16 12 22 11 19 10 26 10 23 9 33 6 A. Pts. 8 21 13 20 13 19 14 "18 20'. IS 10 17 2S 16 ,9 15 20 15 19 16 13 14 25 14 25 13 K 13 24 13 13 12 23 11 28 II 17 11 15 10 29 10 PHONE. FIFTH STREET CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER 322 6TH St. S. Five years' experience aeroplane engines. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED AT Hanclsome suits you can't dupli- cate at less than to Either, in the fine pure wool in the full distinctive lines. Satisfaction absoliitcly guaraiitetd ox your money back basis. In twccda or worsteds. Singlo or double-breasted models. You cnn easily make your choice. At and LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 31S FIFTH STREET "t! ;