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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LETilBIUUGE DAH.Y HERALD WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1U1U VBRINGING UP FATHER" Bv G. McManus MANCHESTER CUP FAVORITE LONDON. Nov. Is lha favorlio in Tho belting for the 5Im- diesler cup al 3 to 3; Clutter It 5 lu 1; IManot, John Jacket god Klui Jouu f to 1. EX-KAISER ANXIOUS TO SELL HIS YACHT NEW YOKK, Nov. Leozollerti, furnier emperor ol Ger- many, Id BeeVing a Unlleil Siatca pur- chaser Tor bla famous schooner yacht Meteor HI., after apparently liivliip fdlleci (o dispose- ol 11 In SCRnilinirla. (tilt-re it wfla advertised for gale July tor Tho Meteor 111., ccrasnltuous tor many years at the re Baltas or Kiel auJ ivas bulll nt Shooter's Island. IN THEtJWOR.LD OF v v v v v n n V BOWLING TONIGHT v ,1 _____ Ural- there Is EOIDB amusing to 'be flooe. JI Ice sporl3 go well this win ter, and, there la a crop neit year 3n3t keep your eyes pcelcl for some thing doJng a year from now. WcKa'r admits he bas bis eye on Lelh Record Price Paid For U. S. Bred 'Bel- mont Sells Him N-EW YOR- Nov lp__A Tecord Meantime ibe city hockey leaguers r horse price Cor a United States bred race Cochrane. of paid today by GUiord A: Yorfe, for Major August Helmont's slalllon Fair Play, United- Walton......... Tamtior........... AU. Walton Latio Poiuls at the home of Ihe 't This decNlou was reached niter n conference which, lasted for two bnurs. evening at which n large of relatives and friends were present. Mr. and Jlrs. Wynder will resldn al their home near Cnrdston. We nil join m wishing them a IODR and pros- perous life. Mrs. Christetisen. of ItaymonJ bus been ilie guosi of .Mrs. Xeilson this past week. TUe sheej) man are busy shipping j (heir herds up the lint to Dlackic, where they will winter ou account of the sborlage of feed in tbja dis- trict.' Jensen Bros., loaded out. latl week. Bcrmton and Peterson's went through last week and J. lliric and Wood Bros, czpcct to sblp as fsoon as cnra can lie procured. lllahup (i Marker is. down iu the oust ccuntry preparinc for shipping also. On Tuesday cvenlog, NoTember 25. n meeting vili be lield In the Town HaU under the direction or the Woiu- j en's Institute. "Mrs. Rogers provin- French Election Result livings New Men Into Parliament PARIS, Xov. rcturiia available this all but 50 districts conflrni the indications lhat Total 21 Idol secretary oE the Women's Inati- Sunday's elections lo the chamber of Keinni Poinis I tulEB will bo the speaker. 5je: Oil .ulEB will bo the speaker. Mrs. Rog deputies resulted In a notable trhimpU :rs Is bcios sent here by t fie Prov- J for tne Qonservallve. Moderate and ncial sovcrmusnl to speak to the XGllo'nalist elements. In (he 64S dls- -ii-ft nf ft' "Marl ITflllor v ...V.OL .NGllonailSL GieillfenlS. m IHC DlS JohnEOn 7 ladles of Magraih ant] we bespeak for trlcts for which tha relunu aro alHn, rne animal sold lor in casu ___ n a of Don't Mlctey McKay, o in the city yesterday, is ratttr dnbipus about tbe Herald story Uiat Sibby Nichols bas )een .so-jaurniug in Lethbrirlge- -He says he had a letter trom Frank Pat- rick few days ago. saying. Nichols was in and had just been demobbed. lie is through as a profes- sions! hockey player. The Herald's infonnatlon IbaL the former coast pro was in Lethbridge was refitted from a local puct-cbaser wbo oughl to know. But there, you hare both sides of it we don't know the gentleman, in ques- tion ond couldn't say vrhettfer lie has] picked tbe metropolis of Sunny f em -Altwrta as hrs permanent "dome, t and iho privilege of breeding 10 mares to him each year for three years. The son if Hastings and Fairy Gold, therefore, was disposed of lor the. equivalent ol ?130.000, it limaied. r The preinous Ulgh price for o borEc bred in Ibe United Stales was 000, which the laie William C. Whit- ney gare for Hamburg The iuipori- ed racer Rock Sand was sold by Major Belmont iu 1912 for JliiO.OOO- Wadelt Hill Tola) League Standing If he's In town you can that he 3-going- to Le on deck lor hockey Uarrr Anderson, whose the ring stopped for a time I in? bis dfcfeal in four rounds in a The question of amateur -talus has championship bout at ihe hands of the whole of Canadian sport circles jClonic win cndeaTor to stage a at Calgary on son, wh o claims to h FITC been off color Ihc [light Tiiit landud "n nn uproar. N'alnrally the granting at of a .card to ilickcy McKay to In a'- Ihe Calgarr clly It-ague this winter slfrred easterners up n few. 3Jickey limse'ir doesn't seem at all concerned. Ha declares he Isn't playing Jiockey for money this win.ier, guesses by east- ern sport writers lo the contrary not- withstanding, He Is out and out ama- teur, making his living by farming and selling good cJgara. Bnl, he says lo. bear tbe howis coming out of the east about his being granted an amatenr card would, make one -weak- Incident- ally ho corrects an answer to a querj- appearing in the sport page ot the Vancouver C.C.M. wrote asking where SUcfeer JIcKay played his first professional hockey. Tbe an- 0 forget NOT. 25tb, S p.m., lu L. D. S...... Evnoi Wesley..... Won. Lo5t. 2 0 1 1 r i 'i i Xeil Tuesday L, D. S. anil Engli play, so be sure to be on deck. a, Donl'ti these eletiiL-hts-elected 433 .i._ v c K. i with 53 seats woa by the extremists: Of the lolal accounted for to-date. 321 of ihe successful-candidates were [the'Town. Hall. 12) The Farmers' Ijiimuer Corapauy arc moving- thtir yards dowo into town. The buildings arc now nearLng corn- v v v v fs G O MICKEY TOLD -TRUTH v o A rt. Tho following clipping from nn Ottawa Journal of recent 'date would 50 to show that Mickey McKay was not so very lar out wlitn he insinuated thai II would be ihc decent thing Cor the members of Ihc O.H.A. to say very little ahout tbe hockey situation in the- western provinces. .''Mickey McKay said a large-sized mouthful when he declared lhat Ihe O.H.A. was honeycombed with profes- sionalism. Just imagine lhat super- amateur, Frank iloffernan, sojoum- TBENTOX. Ont.. Kov. gers on the Central Ontario train run- ning from North Hastings to Trenton, tho membcss ot party maln- lad a novel experience when it was j lain their, opposition to the govern- IhaL Ihers wcro two men 1 jnent and' defy (he rnajorlly In the among them believed to be suffering i chamber to carry out the pollclcE roni smallpox, the Iraln was held up enunciated Curing the campaign. Some on Us way soulii, ibc men segregalcil' attribute Ihc defeat of tlio Socialist sleep-producing rigbt cross on his! ing in Toronto and helping restore jaw, has been rusticating on fi homc-jllic same to Us former high level, at stead lor some time, and says he much per reslorc. As a prominent now feeimg line. McCarthy, who is O.1TA. official remarked recently in after Tail's scalp, will demand a title Hamilton: 'Let them throw open Ihcir bout wilh Ihc champion if he gela H dt-, hooks anrl show IDG public just, where cision over Anderson, and if Tait rc-ltlic money went.' Ii's a safe bet Ihe luces lo roeet him, the tx hotkey! Irall would lead lo the yawning player claim Iho crown. At that; poclcets of many of the amateur ho is going lo have a handful with Anderson, who showed fJashcs o[ bis old form while working out yester- day. Edmonton Journal. It will interest fans to- know that SIcCarthy played goal for the Macleod Hotkey team a fetr years ago, when the Taber Chefs won the league. Mc- Carthy was one of George Addison': ockey proteges at the rime. hockey devotees." ,lriinn TKav HTP nn iho Conner-dcpuilpi. svhlle 327 are men bSSd'ltanvSS Soclajiit Gofnment p TAIUS, Nov. some Paris VACCINATED WHOLE OF TRAIN'S PASSENGERS newspapcrB, In Ih'uir commeut oh the rccult of the French elections, oxpre-iri satisfaction over the scnllrncnl agatnst Bolshevism! Socialist organs declare and the -rest of pasEcngerB sub- milled to vaccination. REMARKABLE ESCAPE FROM RUSSIAN DANGERS VIGTOmA, Nov. years' under soviet, -for eight months pcrlotl n prisoner In ihe Jiands of the Bolshevikl, condemn- ed to race a revolutionary firing squad, a remarkable escape and ultimate re- turn Lo British soil, stripped of all his worldly possessions, being glad lo be allrc, Is the experience of Profes- sor Frederick IJray, Urillsh unlTcrslly master, and for 30 years a promlncul edncatlanaUBl in Russia, who, wilh his invalid wife, daughter and young son, reached Victoria yesterday from Vladivostok ou Ine ateamcr Mount Eagle. group-lo IU own mistakes and assert .that the parly will understand (ts er ror and turn back lo the real doc trlnes ot tbe organrzallon- Electric Welding CAR Lawiord Welding Co. 2nd Aye., Opp. Lethbridge Hotel Phone JION'TREAb. NOT. Mc- Gill declines Ihc issue, Iho Hlg Four and ihc Inlor-collcglalo .rinoers will tiadle neit Sa'-Unlay for Ihe clly of Montreal rugby cuaraplon. ship and tbe ECeno of action probably will be the Molsona Sla'dhjm. The prevailed yei- tirday !o the cftoi I (lint the Monlrcil A.A.A. team had iloclincd a clash wllh Xov. Wilila.; Iho triumphniit .McOIII team caused ritlah flyweight c'naroplon. who re- j v.-l'lp.apread rcst-rumenl. In Ihc club ccnlly arrived !n X'cw will makejund served tt> clear up thy rnlsunder- hla first American appearance fn ovislttl in Iho endea- ring againsL .Toe Sharkey. ol Xeiv'. or3 la hrlnff about a game. York, on Dec. e.. nl Milwaukee, If I --------__________- plana nnnouncccl today by Otto liorcti-' ENOLISH FEATHER OUTPOINTED erl, president of Iho Milwaukee Alh-l [etlc arc carried out. "llorchcrl T.onAINK. Ohio. NOT. said Wilda had agreed to fight Miller, of outpointed Joo Kon. hla club for and lhat Sharkey. Kngllsh (catlicrKolghl, in whom he had selected to meet hero British champion, had consented nuke 110 nt o'clock on fh-? alternoon ol the proposed 10-round JOCKEY INJURED PEflHY COr PAPEfl DECISION I'a.. Nov. I'erry, o[ PILleyurg, eas- ily won a clcclafon over Joo Welah. or Plilladelphia, In n 10 round hout here Ujnlghl. ,Yor, .irchl- oaM, ihc well-known American CANNEFAX NOW LEADS was seriously Injured loday at ihi- Caatcllnna race Irack, near Madrid, when his mount col I Id fil U-ltli n Ing, Tho waff inslantly hilled King Alfonso, who wIlncsBcd Iho fftter went lo tho to in- 1'ilre about the condlUon o[ Arrhr- BILLIARD TOURNEY C.MIVKMMJ, Ohio, Nov. CanriCiax. of York, took the lead Li tlin ihrr.t'-riishion billiard cham plonnhlp tournamont lonlghl by ft sen Sattonal victory over Pfarte Matt- nomp, of 5Cl lo 1C, In 67 lactnps, ._. WE WILL A S YOUR CAR THOROUGHLY ANY HOUR DAY OR NIGHT FOR LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, LTD. Itie Best Exercise For the inside worker. Come in (he afternoon and try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion BJdg. We Have [nitalled a Full Equipment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle all makes of cars. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS' 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH, PHONE 1713. TAXI WHITE AND JOHNSON Special on Country Trips Office PhoP! 7B7; Res. 1210 Office nt Club Cafe AUTO PAINT SHOP Cor. -4lh Avc. 15th St. S. Phon; 787 or 121Q All Work Guaranteed. Satisfactory Painting and VsrniEhing a Specially. HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before [lie Rush, L-f ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth SL 9. DONE BY Gtt your Next Rttrcad Dane SECTIONAL AND BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We arc spcclalials in Yulcan Izing Waders. LetUridfe Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue Soutli PHONE 166 paired. Full Aleck of repair ccr- rlcrf. All work Guaranteed. MAONET8 RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 616