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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TKH LETHBHIDnE DAU.Tf HERALD TiirnSlUY, NOVEMBER 20. 1919 VBRINGING UP FATHER" X By G. McManus YOORE HOME. THW ONE: i PHIL BLOOM WINS ON TECHNICAL KAYO HALIFAX. S.. Nov. In llu tollug bout list ulgtt between Ki i llerumn. uf Xow York, and I'UIl Uloom. of Philadelphia, Ulooci veil In Iho fifth luund. Up to that round tlia fljht had bocu excellent. At the end ot that Herman Injured Ula urm and cxamlueO by Lwy ijoi'lors, ft'hu ailvlsct] hlui IIOL lo continue, Tho rUlou went to Bloom on a tcchlik-.il TLo Z'rluce of Wales' last act in raiiaud was lo visll gn liis way ti> Hie Truin (ii thiit cnrrled him to the United Still's a wounded' sol- iver. Capt. 1'. IN OF The Rinks CLERKS ME 3 (Dp J. S. K.I 1 Indian smnmi-r lias Inn ILI nilli u patc-h ovtr UUA -.ye and making vte oi a crutch. II jriover 'it has ihe contractors n L-'.utX'i? 10 L'.i-y boilt uti and r Ti'.esc arc last round- jing "HJ s-L'-jve; ;motber Jay u: E-J oi Hhc milil vrtaihiir will pliuils all set for a narJ wintcv and a reas- onably steady cold winter is all ibat is needed lu give Ihe roqpired Last Year's Chumps Ect Up High Mark of 251 in Last Encounter forms the colors wh'.cu will be to all winter spoils that [his city has and gold. The SkatinK otbcr dance ibecn lacking. i From looks of ihe sk aatl ou Dec. rink. iL will b, far l.erond any. i.i'lhbridsc Jias fvor hid. bolli raise more mouoy. They Dave s d ,orti cf acc0nimad.i- slrciay made a tag snowing tor ihe raoztr sper.t iu the alwrations and in la.nn valer line nelit into ;bc rink, considering ihe high cosi of; TUT 1 rinMr material and labor anil we hope the 1 Uk I I I V l-AI lIL public wlil turn oat lo the dancb and i nr hi i i rHhiir MP I i tU Ul I I lUUl. is due to thoce al the head who ZK llcm for the f Tbe extra ?tepi Ior lhe curling ciL'a ha? been needed, was an absolute ne- cessity in faci, if Lellibrldje u-as lo fceti> abrensi of her cities it1, i Three games, all over 200, with s high, gave Iho Clorks. last year's three straight fruni iiiu Daulccrs in the Dominion Alleys five- pin league lasl nigbl. The first gamo was close, the Clerks squeezing ou- with spare. The last two or tiic ?ct ivcrc easy for (ho winners. Shovcr with 16i was high toul, wbile hi ?intrle honors went 10 I'reislg with In' ill's game lhe Clerks came near up an alley rtccnl when ihcy averaseJ better ihau the K. C. Curling Association. CFUT.-'S 5corc branch, Craubrook and Rink-Nearly Completed in En- larged Ag- gregation "Stronger Than 1918 trying iheir "best, lo set the sport slar'.el for the eiijoymunt oE every- one but'Trio can do nothing unless the public-heJp oul by attending Ihesc dances or donating in any way ibeyl see lit. both having live excellently boused The north wall has'lideii niOTed. to the lane HUD. and what will be Xo. 1 siieet now -will be bordered-oa Ihe soulh by a walk from end Lo end. So tbej (Special Lo the Herald) COALHURST, Nov.. Coal- bcrst'rink is nenr its .'completion and If tbs weatherman will juai tum over "again, it long beroni we will near .Lhe merry i inkle ot the skates have Pleasure of a god o ago: -President Mr. P- S. Vice Pres. Mr. Cbas. Phillips: over playing ice. The present waitingrooin will likely Dawson MacKay Epilsled Darley Maclean Tolals I'relsig Bankers CO 201 Clerks Forcignci'S ]May Spring Surprise and Defeat Americans in Hurdle Races With Robert Simpson eliminated OTTAWA, Xov. supreme, court yesterday dismissed the apiteiil; of Ilofkoy Association tlic National Hockey Association ;iud the scvonl hockey clubs of which the latter Luily Is composed. The National Hockey Aasotbllou was in 1517. comnojicd oi the ajipel- The Best Exercist For ihe inside worker. Come in the afternoon and try it. Dominion Bowling Alleys Basement, Dominion Bldg. a surprise in tlio hurdle races by de- foaling tbc I" ui led States entrants, i Simpsou is the A. V. champion and also won internal) onal fame by ia-1 fcics tbc prcinitr honors from Fred Kelly at Lbc inter allM games at Kelly, winner of Hie 1312 Olympic hurdles, is a veteran willi nearly 1'J of active senior competition be- him and (here arc grave doubts I if he. will Le fast enough to win the SG title at Antwerp next July. The 5S--11L" lier allied games found Kelly beaten by inches by Simpsou in 1-S seconds, but was tbe third in the race Tvho row looks like a logical Jiot being represented, and pissed resolution providing that the appel- lant's franchise lie suspended and sold before Juno I. and Uial Its players should be eligible Lo play other clubs (or the remainder nf Ins scnson. The courts below held that thu ac- tion <-ould not succeed and this ap- peal was dismissed on conclusion of iirsument for the appellants. Treas. .Mr. Roach, add a comiulllee ofj Vhff Rhiralir'-'-- Mayuard r and lei's all try lo get t if at all practicable league even 1C three or more dirtereni leagues have to foe commencement. real old time hockey game. "iVc not- Iced in a recent Issue oi the Herald that .some of the hockey players ILiOQght Dial Coalhurit should join the league comprising cf teams from fiie Pass. This would bo ai- risbt but TTB don't set why Coalhursi caa'l into the. Lelhbridge league. even ir Lwo leagues had 10 be formed. We hope lhe Lelhuridge boys are not getting frifihloued for no one can a word but nppremtion about, the two games in which Coal- hurst and Lethbridfie clashed last year a nil although we have a little better! _Iine up of hockey players ihis year] Speaking of wrestling. Mr. Ellison! don't think, by any means, he is still open to dispute with' are too good for any or the Leams j anyone the middleweight champion- in Lethbrldge, so -.vc sincerely hope tbat when any of the representatives the various teams are doing imsi- aesa in forming Lhe League or leaguers, -they will notify the Coalhurst team manager (and endeavor lo gire the mining boys la mix up in .ihe good old sport. U is tbc hope of the hockey fans lhaL this will cc ac- rOmplUhed. A3 some of Ihem hare donated qniie freely for lhe purpose "GUNBOAT" SMITH Rlck3 rin care an the big "spiel in January. 41 as 31 42 3S surprise package for ncit year. His name Is b. Wilson ot Xew Zealand lm and" liis third in 15 2-5, beating Ames of the United States, was one of the surprises of the inter-allied contests. Shaver.......... 43 3S Student of American Tracks It was al these games that Wilson. '211 has natural speed, American methods and spenl hours .j. oveb' day wlUi Joo Pipalj the official .coacb ot Lho A. E. F. team. Plpal ]originally discovered and developed i Fred Kolly at the Unirersity of is'of 12 UeSds-.pppcrtent In Match Southern California. Phial went over- GIRL IS. CRACK GOLFER In England It's not Hie hrawn .anil the wn'jjhL oi eipcricuce ihal the golfer. Liny golfer iviil leH Del Jlonte Club Hangs Up Fal Purse for Open Champion- ship of'Slate shlp or the west he holrt.i and crested from A- H. Thode in Saskatoon throw-, ing him in two falls within 50 mtnutts. C Ha is prepared to. accept ihe challenge I will visit California ami ot of the strong man Sarajatavich, whoicilio roast cities this winter gzve an exhibition of strength at the Majeslic Theatre in Ihe Victory Ixian enlertaTninenl to Inaucuratt tbc cam- DKL MONTK. Cal, NOT. ]S. J'ro- Edlf champions oi the cast other Pa- lf (lie suggestion advance-) by Harry C. Jen- yon. and liiilc Miss Nancy Griffiths, Simningdale. England, has it The iOthor day the ri-yc-ar-old'Eirl led her opponent Tor 10 holes at Buck KIIK- in a girl's championship tour- nament, hc'ul even TOT six more, and dcfeatsJ only at (ho IGLli, when ihu older player jjutterl 10 yards r.Tid won the lead Bven at liiat. .Miss Nancy was un- der a heavy handicap, (hough few of ihG5s tvho watched playing suspected it. her wonderful tin the way to the links tho motor car in which she and her sister were riding inlo another car at Windsor kins of San Francisco is adopted. Lml she waa t-onEtdcrnWy s'naken up, The.idtn is lo have Walter Hagen There wfls ,lothins In l.er demeanor Jim Darner. Micke Brady, Jock ES sno sU.ppert llp to first tee. pf enlarging Ihfr rink and altering the j dressing rooms EO that (here will be! Huicbimon and players oi such rep- lutallon torn P.'here inslcatl of making _______ DEFEATS LARUEitbelr nnnual OAKLAND, Calif.. Nor. coast of Florida. liowevcr, lo lilr.t or her experience, Sne arrived late and walked' straight along the .Seller accommodation for Ihe visit- j ljuat" Enilth dafcalcd "Bill" Lame laat also for any speciators pbo wish lo watch the game. We understand .thai the Coa'lhurat Hockcy to a good financial standing ahil have already ordered ihclr uai- nleht. in :L match here. Smith dropped Larue twice in the last round.- ODCC for the count of sis and again Ior lhe of eight, shortly before ihe gong soundoi. Suits that suit Whelhcr you fancy .belts and pleals patch pockets or slash pockets fitting coals or loose, easy extreme styles or. very conserr vative will find ihem all here, and at their best. ii .Hirangc figure tlie Tittle sons as a V. M. A. atlilctic director ami was named by Colonel Wait C. Johnson athletic officer of the A. K. as coach of the American ic-Tim Tor the inler-alliEd games. He was as popular with Lhe foreign athletes as he was xriin, Araericans.VVil- soii and Pipal became fasl friends dnd.tho Araerlcau "Y" coach, seeing the ability and 'eagerness or the New Zealand timber topper, took nn in- terest in him and. showed Llm some of (he American methods. Wilson Scotch Hurdle Thai this coaching was uUliztil was demonstrated by lhe fact that Wilson raprovcd so splendidly thai.in August iic won the Scolcli hurdle title in 15 2-5 and in September won the English title In J5 i-5. Wilaon looks o be a logical choice for a Tavorite the Olympic hurdle championship and he his informed I'ipal that he will be a aure conlender at Antwerp. France has two good men In Girard and Mourner, bolli of whom took places In their heals at the Pnris 3 slnJIuni games. Italy has two good prospects In' Villa and San- driniT the former placing in his heat al ihe same games. Australia lias two men wbo-are llable.to sho provement by next Jnly in Best and Sptncer, while Canada tas a fair hurdler In Wllklna. -----_-._--, Jt fi ugure IHLIC Belting up a similar biim_ ami the cul on ,hc A Eroilp of Southern California (Jolf assoctat would'also get together an aUraclivcj purse. According to lenlallre plans the golfers would play al lyjs Ar.golcs in the southern Citllfomln tour- amtnt and then tome lhe Del onts with the last slop at San FYan- aco- The daica advanced "arc in BRITISH ACCEPT YANK SPEED BOAT CHALLENGE NEW YOHK. Xov. erica's coalleDfiO for MLe Harmswonh trophy, emblemat- ic o! tho world's- speed boat championship, has been accept- ed by Iho Itoyal Motor Yacht Club oT England, It was an- nounced today by Lho Ameri- can Power Herat Association, Tho flssoclatlon sent its chal- lenge last September. ,v fj c TAXI WHITE AND JOHNSON Special Service on Country TrJps Office Pliore 787; Res. 1210 Offfce r.l Club Cafe AUTO PAINT SHOP Cor. 4th Avc. and 15th St. S. Phon; 787 or 1210 All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory Painting and Varniehmg a Specialty. I EASTERN MATS CAPS HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Lhe Bash, tf ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIflli 9t RETREADING! DONE BY EXPERTS Get your. NexL By Ui. SECTIONAL AND BROKSN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We are specialists 'in Vulcan izing Waders. Lelbbridse Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avnnue Souili PHONE 16H Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Ave., Opp, Lelhbridcje Hotel Phone 1544 McKELVIE McGUIRE owncl by J. W. Jladdon, J.ex- mature profeasionaU tagged ndmlr- Ingly In her wake. She scarcely reached lo the waist either of her admirers or most of her competitors in the tournament. while socks peeped above her liny brans? shoes end her fair hair hung In plaits from under a partama hat onto her litlle jumper frock ot white. Hut her liny figure crcrt, her head well back, thwc was nothing chlldllko in lhe 'manner flic lianOlcd her clubs. Once her audier.cd thoiiffht she was host. She disappeared In pursuit, of 'her ball Into the high, marsh grass i bordering one part ot the course and for several mimHca was hidden from view. Soon, however, her panama waa seen bobbing dtore Ihe top o( tlifl grass, and then, having obtained lier she scrambled out and Master, Audacious, David Jlarum, Court nnd olher ivMely known il Ktatts race of pneumonia at Hamburg farm near i today. Ho was 21 years old. In four of his eight rears as a sire he has leil lhc list of winning Ure.i. lite son, Kir Uarton, l.i Ihu ceding monfty winner F.O far ihla year. Shoot foaled In Engli and was by IsSnglass. out of As- trology, continued her game undisturbed. WE WILL -WAS H- YOUR CAR THOROUGHLY ANY HOUR DAY OR NIGHT FOR LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, LTD. AUTO OWNERS We marke wliij Elass Ilghli, and radiator cov- ers. Everything for tKs Auto Topi THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT. Olh Street Neil lo Herald 0. T, BLUNT, PROP. K-W, Service Service Slation for the famoita K-W Mninetos. All maliea.ol magnclog, Generators, colla pnircd. JPiilI a lock of repair parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Elettric Co. 618 4th Avenui Seuth PHONE Ohio, N'OV. Mitchell, nolcil thrnngliout Ihe world AMEf.ICAN EOXKRS a driver and bores (miner, died GET BETBACK'laft nichl while motoring Irnni To- YOnK. Nov. American' leilo to his (ami mar the Ohlo-Mldil- national smutcur husInK Kan Ijonndary lino. Ilo race" In KnK- loiirlnK '.he counlrles, i land and on the continent nnd In IMS received a sol Ijack In first aw.irded the chnmplonshlp of penrance last ,-it C'dpcnhaseo, Rlironc, with Alia Aiworlhjr, a three- acfdrdlng to a tahlu IMKIW rcrnlvr-cl iycar-old trotter. Kor. 13 years ho lo'lay at the luiadfiuartcrs of the Ain- ratted Croscen37 lijlcmallonal cnanl- aleur Athletic I'nlon here. Aucii'pton trotter, later sold lo Ibe Ilusabn IXinzc. oi N'ew Orleans. Ilo jiounds, government, won his Ijout, ljul Kranlf Cassl'ly, ui New York, 135 and John Burk ot Plltshurg, light-weight, were outpolnLcil. I'iflccn hoxcs containing ISO on.f of liquor, were s'dzeil in the Union Station, Winnipeg., We Have Installed a Full Equipment (or Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS 1 Can handle all makes oi cars. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 336 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. NEW GARAGE We hnvo opened n garage fully equipped mi (I In charge of com-, pclont and experienced mechan- ics. We cnn liftnrllc fill Mnrlg r.r general repairs lor nil Xluds ot tars. In adiI1U6n lo General Repairs We Jlnvo lhe Ford Service Afltrty Partridge, Dominion and Maltese Crofig TJT2S ALL OUR WORK fS GUARANTEED Warm.Sloraflt for a Llmilcd Number of Carfl, VIMY AUTO REPAIR SHOP THE ADAMS'BLOCK, THinTEENTH 9T. N, C, f, WILSON W. TULLOCH ;