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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta six BRINGING UP FAT THE LETHBBinGB DAILY HERAL' v A.f, FRIDAY; NOVEMBER: BytMcManus R.E'0 Five DOLLAR. IT'S ALL I'VE eJOT 60 VOU M14HT AA I C-UT OUT THAT It's a Genuine Pleasure to Dine Here There are so niauy features ot dining here that make you leave with an anticipation of coining Tho food, tho service, tho environment, the enterlalnnieutj the cool, fresh atmosphere, the courteous attention' are all Ideal. The Silver H Cor. Fourth Ave. and Filth 6t' 'World's Series Prize Money Is CHICAGO, Nov. Tlic- 1920 REF'jfeES TO BE GOAT IN GAME FIXING CASE SO A. ATTELL RETURNS .NEW YORK, Altell, .ei-puglllst 'mentioned in cprincction with Inyjestlgjtion of "Riing" of 1919 series, voluntarily appear- ed the alfice of Acllne Djs- trlct Attorney. Taliey. Atfell, who re- cently relurhei! from Montreal, declin- ed to make any out world's serjes prise money amounting! said' he 'wjs available, at anv tihie lo almost f winch belongs to I he .wanted" hy anlhoil- iha Chicago Amerlc.-m baseball lea- lies. gue Jcaia for finishing second, has sot! "I cerjalnlr will pot he the been av 't was announced lo-j Altell waa'guoted as paying, "but there da> The old National Cp.rnrnlsslon is 'a case pending In Chicago, with lots is waiting the outcome of tiip trials ot! of Indictments against different par- fight White Sox players charged with 'throning' the Ill's championship games to tqo Cincinnati neds. The.horiesl Soi players at a meeting voted to cut up the prize shares to tho esclu- sion of the players charged vrhh crook- edness. This would make each full share about 5910. On the other hand, it was reported :today tbat the commission thinks the ..monev should he dnided into shares, which number would .-Include thCjSeven members o[ the 1920 team under Indictment These are: Weav- er, Clcotte, Williams, Jackson, Felsch. Risberg'and. McMullen. Chick Gandi! is the eighth Indicted'man, but 'did not wear.a'White Sox uniform in 1S20. One naif fcnare was voted the road secreU'.yV Walter Clark, and two full share were-split up between Hodge, Jonnard, liees, Payne and Trainer Stevenson. ties, J don't want to talk while that matler is still upsottled..' CHICAGO, Cutler. heavjTveight ot Chicago and Jack of Spokane, Canadian heavy- were matched today for a wresUiug match to be held -here night Taylor is well known In Lethbrldse, i 'having been a member of the police j force here at one Ume Competition Closes With 51pm- ing Go For Bigger Week i ;LEVINSKY. LOSES CHANCE rcateh planned for Battling Levinsby and Joe Beckett for a purse of 00 has been because Levinsky lost to Garpeniier in thei United Slates. .'V Be sure to'.put In .your guesses in the foolbail competition tonight. This is the'last night for com- petition andI far the number of entries received, for Frldaj, do not indicate any decrease.' -'Tho giiesses received fore the results of the games reach tbavHerald Saturday morning. Thai will' give an Opportunity'fo most fans to'jget'their, guesses into tlia-malls tonight..-.This must be done reach Lethbridgo early in the morning. and._catch .the. morning de- livery; from (lie po'st office." HARRY HOLAIES TO STAY WITH SEATTLE IMPORTANT DECISION ABOUT MAN O'WAR J r> I.-? a r sl :NBW YORK, Nor. O'War, the great race horse, 't- will not become a public Rial- lion, as was recently announced hy his orraer, Samuel Riddle, bat will be turned over lo Walter M. Jeffords, who vrill breed him only to his own mares Thla announcement today caused disappointment lo many -well-known breeders. Nov. nolm- es, dispatches as due there'today loI'talk'h'ocklfy Vith the Cana'dian Hockey association is :in Seattle and has no intention of going east. "I agreed with the Seattle September IS', anflVI' should think '.Mr. and others well1'enough ,to Tcnow that that decision is said Holmes today, Roy Ulckey.and Cully Wilson, form- er Seattle players who have signed with Livingstone leave tomorrow for Toronto. All other Seattle players are signed to contracts and have no wish to play outlaw hockey, they say. MORIN DEFEATS OLIS "HERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- ARE A8 F6LLOWS; I.. Tht competition be called The Herald Football 2. CompctltoM will be entitled to as many entries 0.1 provided each entry Is ncconipanitd by twenty- five- cents, and touitoQa to iho num- of entries. t. Competitors must croas out the of tho clubs they think will lose and cross out the named of liuth thay consider a draw will .4 'Coupons can only he secured from the SporUng I'agc Of The Ik-raid. 6, A1J monies received wi31 bo re- lumed In' prizes. The amount nnd numbers of prizes will bo published. every Monday morning for that week's Results ot competitions iviJl bfi published every arcl to successful competitors will be- rtiatled Imrneulately cm receipt of cohflrmatlon by the Athletic All snlries mtiB'. Jjfl or to Thfl Herald before mM- on Fridays. A Friday rnirX from points of iho city of LethhHdge will bft considered aa cdnUfnCng a logKlmnle entry, 7 The name address of iho cocipjlltor must to clearly marked on each coupon. j Stamps m'J3t not be uced ag pay. ment 'or entrlea. 9 All entries must ha afJdrcsaed tn the KditOT- CompetlUon. The Herald, If .Thf fiportJne ill final, tl ot TJia Herald CHICAGO, Nov. for 53 Innings, Charles Morln Cit Chicago gains a lead and defeated Charles Olio of Brooklyn, SO to -13 in the na- tional three-cushion billiard tourna mcnt yesterday afternoon, Tbe con test wfvnt 62 Innings. Herald Football Competition ENTRYHoRM GAMES. PLAYED NOV. SOTH ENTRIES CLOSE NOV. 19TH AT MIDNIGHT Aston Villa vs Bradford, Blackburn vs Bolton. Bradford C. vs West Brom. Albion Chelsea vs Sheffield U. Everton vs Sundcrland. Tottenham s Preston. Oldham va Burnley. Newcastle vs Liverpool, Exeter vs Palace. Gilllngham Portsrhoutb. Grlmsby vs Queen's Park, Luton vs MHIwall va Walford. Merlhyr vs Southend. Reading Brentford. Southampton vs Bristol Rovers. I enter tho IlernM Football Cow- petition In accordance with tho rules and conditions announced above, and ogree to accept the pub- lished dedclon as final and legally binding. Signed AdJrcss Golf Is Not Dead In Lethbridge If anybody was laboring wider the impression that golf was a dead issue in this city, the Iqrge turnout and general constructive discussion at last night's meeting would come as a pleasant surprise. There were over thirty golf enthusiasts out, and cer- tainly there was no indication of a desire to let golf die, as far as this city is concerned. While there was much criticism o( the upkeep of the present course during the past season. It was felt that all that could with the re- ceipts done. The season just closed iras recognized as an extraordinarily hard one for the club to contend with. The wet spring, the great growth ot gruss and later the extremely hot and windy summer- and full, were too great a handicap. Playel-s lost interest membership Jell down practically 50 per cent, helow former years. .4 It was freely expressed by the members present that Vae present grounds were far from a desirable plant for a permanent course to be constructed. Twelve dollars-a season does not purchase much in the way of conven- iences or provide for ideal playing The present grounds will not, it was submitted, over bo sufficient for an 18-hole course'' and as that Is what is ultimately desired, it was thought that money spent for perina- iiehl improvement would he thrown away. While-the present links are very convenient to the car. it does nut tend lo the. sociability that marks golf clubs In otter cities. :A better course, a permanent home for golf in Letbbrldge, would most certainly cost more money. In the past three yearn this money was among those things that ain't: But with prospects of better times, it was sensed that now 'golf could take a real step forward in this city. Tlie spring being too late for anything to he done in the nature of a canvass of all phases of the subject, His meeting'adopted a resolution' that will give the committee something definite to work on during the winter so preliminary work; co'uld be" done and a definite policy ado'ited for'an early start In 1921.' vTio foUoiving, resolution'was adopted: "That, the'foilnwins committee, J. Shepherd, J: S, Klrkliam, H. A. McKlllop, N. T. Macleod. D. Hume! Mr icklesou and Dr. w. P. Craig, look over nil grounds available, and report to a general meeting, within to be called bv the president to consider.tho report." TUe club' is 'stl'I over Oife a cided effort .will be made'at once to''collect all" gut's'landingrdiies O.olf is very much alive In -Lelhorldee, and last cer- tain to be productive, of a'successful'season in 1921.. WINNIPEG, Nov. A movement Is on foot by the Falcon and other sen- ior players to Insist on the Manitoba Hockey, league taking In the Arena club 'and dropping 'the Victorias and Wlnnlnegs from the circuit. President Morrison earn he has no Intention of calling a meeting at t no request of the players, but stated that tlio leagup may drop the Victorias owing to tho lack o( senior talent through, inlgra- tlpn of so many players Vest. Meryln Dutton of the Wlnnlpegs, was the la'rf player tci go west, stopping at Calgary to play with the Canadians. He is said to have a Job worth two thousand for tan winter, Eddie fCicolte's Conference Wif h jlliihois "State's AfaorneSr. CHICAGO, Nov. Cicotle, Chicago' White .whoEO.c'on- fession -rcsulted-'jn menls hy the special grand Jury lu.connection with the 191'J world's series scandal, 'probably will not he pnnlshed for his part in the game throwing, accordingr to officials of the state's aUorney'3, cotte will-turn state's the men Indicted are trleS and'his only sentence will be banishment from organized baseball, it was said to- night. O. P. Caasaday, of Detroit, Cicolte's attorney, conferred Tuesday .with slate attorneys over the pi 1 Cher's-: con tea- sion and possible testimony. At this according to stale officials, Mr. Cassaday promised that CIcottc would till the court tho same story, he told -the, Jury. As .a result, it was arranged for the pitcher to. furnish bonds' wiyfbnt iperso'nally 'iK While ii'o official :'anndun'c can enl'Tvas made by Ihe official lelUiiecorneiKnoit. LEAVES 'PEG AT 'CALGARY i.. u for .Cicotte'S never would have hail Indict more than one .pf- two persons, end thar.there.would-be little chance for- convietlon' withonrthe 'v slate witness. !i< ball players and gamijlera in- dicted hy the Jury probably will'bs brought to trial in January, it' was said. i RESIGNS AS PRESIDENT' RKGINA, Nov. annual meeting ot the.Saskatchewan branch 0? the A.' A. U. ot .be held in this city tomorrow night at 8 olclock. The chief business will, bo to elect a successor to p. E. Belts, who has re- signed as president. .WOMAN "BOOKIE" FINED Mains was fined USifor bookmaking. Sho.had-27 ling slips III a handbag when arrested. :lor Jeff: When Will History Repeat Itself in Case of Jack Dempsey? (By ;NEW ques- tion Is beingjaSkedi in'; sporting cles defeat, as hiive other! heavyweights Binco !he days James J. he enters the ojpp'onent fit to bat- .h'onors In the pugilistic" nroYld. 'The. easy life led by stage and In the. moving picture dethroned every champion since Corbelt'B time when a man "wlth'a punch" faced the champion In the squared ring. Tree, it is that Dempsey.has kept, himself in.first class condition. But lack of faction In the ring, especially against .a man of ability, may cause Jack to take the "count" when some good fighter equally as good faces; the champion. When James J. Corbett won the chainplonshlp from John L. Sullivan he was cot.a very popular man.'Sul- livan had tho hearts of the people. He was always, willing to fight. No flght- er'since that time has over endeared himself to the public as did old John L. Corbett later rose high'1 on the wavo of popularity. Ho knocked out Charley Mitchell, the Englishman, and then "Gentleman Jim" began to take it Ho went, on the stage. He" opened a cafe. Bob Fitzslmmons hounded him. Tney met. FItz won in thirteen rounds. Fitz proved hiraselt a marvel, but James J.-Jeffries put him out. Jeff- les then was unbeatable. And Jeffries went the way of the others. Lack ol opponents caused his retirement after.ho had made a for- tune on the stage.from his new-.ion Tommy Buras, went around for .a while as 'champion: He fought them all, but ho was'only a "big little man." Jack Johnson smothered him In Australia. And then the cry went UipJor MoreTbbaGCoftrthe Money Packages W CANNOT HELP BUT BUY AT THESE PRICES ,WE SEE NEW FACES EVERY DAY ON ACCOUNT OF THESE WONDERFUL S.UIT VALUES AH Suits up to To clear at All Suits up to 'To clear at 46.50 All Suits up to To clear at BERTKESTER'S S S H DP HOME OP Alexandra Hotel Block DnXNp CLO.THING, Oh the Corner hope" and take away the negro's honors; Jeffries heeded the the easy life made him like putty'-In Johnson's J Johnson .went-the pace. He fought' a few second raters', and won. Jess Wtflard came to .the front. Johnson went.the way. of the. other champions met man. Johnapn said it up" down in Ha- 7ana. and BQuare. Willard went on the stage. He later joined a circus: The easy life was what the Kansas cowboy liked.- Jack Liempsey licked him at Toledo1 auick- Eempsey Is still champion. When will history repeat Itseif? To what good man will Dempsey lose his crown? Georges Carpentier Is not going to do it on anility, though Carpcntlcr-has whipped the beat in Europe. 'Vim only' chance Carpentier has is that Derap- aey has stamina through easy living. But that chance is very slim now. It will be a tew months "before they meet, however. 'A. few short months make a lot difference some- times. Golf May Become Arbiter of Fashion In Women s Skirts NEW YORK.-Is it possible tbat golf Is fo become the arbiter of -wo- men s fashions? .Recently a young woman was heard to order a'tailor- made tweed skirt, which slie declared Emphatically must no.t be of a width which would allow Ver to .take a paco between her feet of more than twen- ty-two inches., "But surely this'Is .on the- narrow- 'exclaimed the dismay. ''It'cannot-be helped." Bald tho yoi'inV woman firmly. "My. -golf pro- fessional says that in my practise I keep niy feet1 too; fnr apart :Wh'e'n drlv-1 Is- all'right when' lieJiS' theiTJ'- to guide but when I am playing oh my own account I cannot ludgo'tho distance. If. I have my 'skirt-'exaetly twentyrtwo inches :wide 1 .cannot 'pds-'.'.1 slbly go wrong.'' RETIRES FROM TURF NEW YORK, Nov. owner''of 'prominent thor- oughbrcrts on tracks in this 'vicinltyi: has decided to retire from the turf. CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER., HAULED AND REPAIRED-. BY J. E. PALMER '322 6TH Five years' experience With ae'raplane engines. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED THAT EXTRA TOUCH irhicli makos-bur suits fit well and look right are qualities which you don't find In other makes. Tho suit you buy from im is tailored 'to conform to your lines nnd that Is why our clothing has the dressy look, "None better dressed" Is our aim for you. In choice tweeds nnd and WHAT MEN WHO KNOW WEAR In llic way of silk lies, may bo neon by a visit, lo our shop. Drop In and look over dur din- play. You'll find classiness and economy combined to an ftmai- Jng extent to L o SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES THE FLOflSHElM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK. FIFTH STREET EEL ;