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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX JHR DAILY HKRALP TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23; WOK-UP FATHER By McManus MERE- V.'E AND XOO CONY INTERCUT IN rT- OTHEH MtM VOU'D mil TOO 1-A71Y- Nt SICK VCU OON-r -vco'O ?v y W _ THINK. V.'OULD LIKE BECAUSE >T r> It's a Genuine .Pleasure. -to Dine Here Thero are so features' ot" dining licra that make yon leave- with au anticipation-of coming- again. TUB food, the Bervlce, the environment, :the' eaterlalnmenCi the coot, fresh'atmosphere, the courteous attention are all ideal. The Silver GriD C. MOORE, Cor. Fourth Avs. and Fifth St. RUTH IS OUT-RUTHED BY CUBAN SLUGGER Creek and Want a Southern Alberta Hockey League Formed NEW Ruth has been In Cuba with the Giants and has played fifteen games, recclv. Ing per came In 'return. He'did not rhake a single home run In the fifteen games, though he batted .500 on the trip. Torrjentes, the "Qlack Babe on the other hand, hit' three home runs in one game last Week, and In a fourth trip to the plate made 5 two-bagger. For this feat he received whlcrf was showered on Mm as he rounded the he had to pick It all upl (From Onr Own Correspondent) TABBR, Nov. letter from the Plncher Creek hockey club has been received by the secretary of the Taber club, iu reference to tbo fonnatlon of a Southern Alberta League this IT I li- ter. The Pinclierltes considered It was for Lethbridge to take the initla: live, but as nothing hat! bceff heard from Lethbrldge, they decided to in- terview Taber on the subject. The matter will bo discussed at a hockey meeting here, shortly, to bo held. The rink committee of the town hockey ciob Interviewed ilie council tonight In regard to the use of the firehose for the initial flooding of tho rink. The matter'.Tvas turned over to the fire, and light committee, with.power to act. In siilie of tho warm yeather during the day, Ojally dis- parting thepiEdves on bouglas-Lake, M here a" fine sheet of' ice is to be aniTquestlons are being frequent- ly asked about the rink, so it would seem the public Is looking for action. Some of the farmers have expressed their of Investing In season tickets for members of tho family. Plan lo Enter Corrtpetition Against Male. Mrs. .Sehl President La d.vHonrl ers -pf ithe 'city organ! zed la'st higril to start sweep-life'Just as soon'a's the weather man will glry.Hhefb had a good attendance'atitlieir "meeting last night and'lhe plenty. Mrs. and Miss i'ergu- son was elected-first contests, with the'curlers, i GYfflSiUMFLOOR WEDNESDAY The main trouble with the base um- piring hi tho National league last sea-; Work.of Picking District Team sou was "calling them too soon." T o. and Whipping it Into Shape .Will Start Be Last City League Game. ng At least three of the umpires called] tho plays before the ball reached tho the runner out before the ball was fairly launched; in fact, and r seemed to take It for granted that the j throw would beat the man every time. Lethbridga'G city league basketball again and agah bad been stung mature decisioi shouldn't bo to i The prove just as interesting BB If ft was Work on a dlsirict team will com- mence as soon as this game Is over and practices will bo on the order paper each Arrangements arc being made tor district games and It fa. likely'that some good contests will result: Lethbrldge will have a fast team.. Thero is no dounv aBout that. One difference between this year's dis- trict team and tbat of last year will be Tills year Iho team Is jlimo IE approaching for tho picking! Killop has up his sleeve until he puts a district team this game should ills cards on the (able. ware the "out" sigu while the hall Is still in the air. A youngster named: Polk Was attempting to learn, how to But the first puff he had Made the kid. feel so bad, he felt to cholk! Igisay. Furthermore, he has a ten years' lease On Madison Square Garden. He Is heart of the World's Boxing rightfully. In tomorrow's article we shall tell some of the facts about other members lit tho Iloxlng Trust. Rickard, Ringling, Brady and Cochrane.Unile American arid get back to the United work ladies S nning-to.enter.inanv contests wiiL the Three Leagues Will Soon Be Organized at Alleys in City Howling promises to take a larger part In the :winter sports this year than for time. Two leagues are Hkely'tftbe organized-at the Dominion Alloys and one at the Y.M.C.A. besides already running. U the Y M.C.A. a league composing dormitory men, members of the liesrj class, and of the high school will be started before long and at the Do- minion Alleys a city league will soon be' going with, a good an industrial league. CHICAGO, Nov. of the old Natlonaljhasehall commission have beep" transferred, from Cincinnati to Chicago' In preparation for the opening of offices here for Judge Landls as. ruler of the, major leagues. One of the first' important decisions' expected, aCcbrrting to reports, is the division of ahout among mem- bers of. the White whlch: earned second in. the 1920" race. Strong 'opposition' has ffloraUhau vicing Ity. Ba pe pple ijgjir. handle: the Does liuth us8 a bat made of .maple or ing of Jack Dentpsey ami Georges Car- pentier to battle for the heavyweight championship oMiie world is now his- tory; but there Imp'orlS'rit fact that has been overlooked by the sporting public. It is. the fact that a World's. Boding Trust-has been formed itsYfy-sV in every gfjiat fight'onHbla little old hemisphere. IF; YOU HAVE NOT YET TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF OUR WONDERFUL PRICE REDUCTIONS ON President'of A. A. A. Makes Clear in Deliverance at Winnipeg WINNIPEG, Nov. Brig.- General H. F. McDonald. C.M.O., D.S. O., president of the Alberta branch o( the_Amateur AthleticJJnion of Canada arisen in some quarters to the pro- I. give .the.sfgji posal to exclude from shares the seven former White Soi players under in- dictment for [participation In "throw- the' 19UI'.worlrt's scries. Argu- merits -before Judge Landfs as' Ihs There are periods of acuts agony In' was the Standard Oil Company; lUUliJ. l J.IT- VYUD told the power fb'jhyesti- This'article Is goibg't'6 give gate" each.cXie of any player.who had Spitball pitchers mustn't perform next Covejcskie'tis slinger, pure and simple. said the'I'ootball Cantain, possibility of expected to de- cide the settlement soon. BRITISHERS DEFEATED SYDNEY, N. S. (Can- adian Associated team representing New South Wales de- feated the touring English cricket team today by six wickets. The game began on Friday last. "HERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION RULER OOVEHNIN'G THE CO.MPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS; 1. -Th6 compelltlon iviit be called Herald J-'oolbalt Competition. 2. Competitors ivill he entilled to as mftfiy. entries as they dtjire, provided eacti entry Is kttompAnUd by Iwenty- five end coupons to Uia num- ber of erilrlc-g. I Competitors must cross out the names of tho t-luba they think will lose and out Iho jiamta of both it. they .consider a Ighlwclght flghla, together with JI.OOO epclatibn, was also preaent and told ,bonus and expense money. Nelson gathering that Saskatchewan wna WOO, Cans play for thfl'Allan cup thla I Iticfo.rd popped up In New York If-it was necessary to fall years later and .pffered for b'ack on Its intermediates to do so. He tho fight. .He got It 3aid that'the league was strictly ama- and the receipts at Reno nearly reach- (eilr aml evcrv Va 'ed Others promoters had Do Not Allow This to Hinder, over iim results. laughed nt Hirkafd's nerve. They wept Your Entry For This Week's Contest Aa announced yesterday .there will be some delay Ibis week in announc- ing the results of last week's football competition. At tho Umo of writing Tho ex-cowboy with a brain kept up tho pace. Ho put up' for the 10-round, no declslori.'flght In New York between Willard and Moran, and tho Bea't sale Ibtalled about Then the In which Dempsey lammctl Willard Into the land 3 I nictoml' mile a yery fat prcdt to paper and until they aro received the prizes cannot be awarded. However contestants can rest aa- ;surcd that the awards will bo an- noueed as soon a? possible and they not allow jhinder or St. t'ntlmrlnes City Council haa adontcd a drastic change In method ot '.ax collection.' :CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. .PALMER 322 8TH ST. 8. years' experlenes wltH 'i aeroplane engines, Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED mads to keep it within tho Allan cup rules this year so that the winning In'am will be lor tlic- Canadla championship play-off. Mr. Doyle's Views Nov, ,22.-llon. J. U. Boyle, attorney-general, slnted today that ho did not seo that he had any rlsht to appoint n- commission to in- vestigate Iho charges of Frank I'atriSk that Iho Big Four Hockey league was really professional In character last year nnd.thnt H be professional this year deiplte trio-fact tlml-it (Sper- hetween aled under the namo ot "amateur." n nhiuCBc Now Dcmpscy and Cariionllorl It's a bfgj think It should Said ,Mr, purso, hut Ilickard has always madeitjoyle, "that my department cannot good, for he always keeps his word, tako action unless a crime baa been .iic t.t i-'v-'r almosl that a committed nnd I do not believe that this driwback to larger purse will ever bo offered, but Mr. Patrick goes thus far. However, thj-mi In sanding] Rickafd-daes big thfngrf.- And ho hasjl am as anxious as anyone to help t v'cek' Ior (ho past thren weeks Iho Herald competl' j tion baa shown a Blcady growth anil i wo want to keep this growth up this J week and tM followfeg. Iho packing of a trust. get tho situation cleared up. This Is Dont forget that out ot tho matter, lo my mind, that comes un- lie has coined In the boxing gamojder the jurlsdicllon ot tho Albcrla Ilickard has bought.ami equipped onrs j branch-of tho Amateur-Athlello Un- yt the largest cattle ranches in Para-Jlon of Canada and I consider that It Men's Work Shoes for heavy walking, made on the.. Munsoivlast, thick solei comfort- able, easy fitting slices that-will give you comfort with every step. Satisfaction and durability guar- anteed. Solid leather counters, in black and dark brown. PRICED LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CL0fl-JES and THE FLOR6JHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, FIFTH STBEET ;