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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TKK t.ETHBNJDOE DATl.T HERALD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManua I WIT YOU TO GO A AN ANQ HAVE HIM HERE (VND THROW IN THEc-WQRLD OF Ice-Making Starts at Rink Hockeyists Getting Busy IF the present contmues tllT the end cf the thare be for the Saturday night skat- ers, according to word which has gont forth from the of (he t'.A.A-A. ice committee. Fulton Bonnell hat been plactd In charge cf Ihe rink by the com- nilltec he is busy lining up for an ice-making rink. With trie opening of the leaaon in sight and the "Utlook good for a fairly iValfng nason, there Is a move to buy 'up icaion tickets. Thew are now "on at W. J. Kelson's, the Consumers' and Ihe Eitte Cigar gentlemen ttie MiMn'i ticket It and for ladles 53.00. tickets are all In hands of. Secretary F. S. Fil- shape to put their own rink on the map again following the thaw. They will he there with bells on." The Veterans wm league but are not saySng much until they' see who Ihe pick of their 24 men are., Intermediate hockey Is also iooking up, with Vlv. Leech do -ing the organizing. Frank Fjlmer expects to fill In all spire time on the Ice with Juvenile flames. There a million or 50 Jun- ior.Leami for LelhbrTdge. is out to make hockey material thli winter. A U. 3. FOOTBALL v SATURDAY GAMES tr O EAST Harvard 10. Valo 3. Fi'.tEburg 17, Carnegie Tech. 7. and Jefferson 33. Virginia 0. CjlumbU 13. New York C. 27. Georgetown 11, Washington and 6. Rutgers 25, N'onuH-aatero. 0. Lafayette ID. Lehigh G. University nf Detroit 25, University of nutfalo 0. I Swarthmore -44, llavcrford 0. HurknclL 20, SUEijueluuna 7. Pennsylvania Military college 25, Urashincton 0. Western Maryland 0, Maryland 20. Rochester 0. Hamitlon 0. Johns Hopkins 13, SL Johns 13 Delaware 21, Lebanon Vp.lley.7, Georgia C, Alabama 6- Florida 13, Soulh Carolina 0, MIDDLE WEST Ohio Stale 7. Illinois 9 Minnesota 34, Michigan 7. Wisconsin 10, Chicago 3. Indiana 12, Syracuse 6. Noire Dame 33, Purduo 13. Mamuclte 13, Wabash. 6. i Three Teams Organized So Far, Knox, Wesley and Herald Will Back Fourth Team if Material is Avail- Who Want to Get Into the League Should Communicate With'Sporting Editor BEAT YALE, 10-3 CAMBRIDGE. Mass., Nov. vard today defeated Vale in Iho an- nual football classic. Plnying before In Ihe stadium, the crlmEon eleven li-iumiiheil. 10 lo 3. Tho game, marked hy several striking ploys, was the climax ot the first foot- ball season at Uarvarl under the new coachlns regime of Hohoi-i T. Fisher, It was Ihi! Brit time In 20 years thai a Talo team has gone down to deiciu In iis two uig games wilh .I'rlncoloii ;for themselves in >he'years to como. I Editor has promised to mako a stab a At last night's meeting ol the Hot-1 at organizing (he fourth septette, who Intermediate hockey raakc Its, as there must he several- young iDtheWnHI For the inside worker. Cone in tbe ifterMM and by it Dominion Bowling Alleys Batemeht, Dominion TAXI WHITE AND JOHNSON Speclil Service oh Country Trlpi Office Phone 737; Rei. 1210 Office nt CU'h Cafe AUTO PAINT SHOP Cor. 41h Ave. anil Ulh St. S. Phons 787 or 1210 All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory Painting and Varnishing Specialty. THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. devote our whole time to radiator problems. ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 4IB Fifth SL t. ary Club IL was Jccliled tp gel behind I toe Intermediate combination Uy and lu liact one ot the organiza- styled the Hustlers, but who vlll likely tafco tho ico under I the purple .and goJd tanner and be known as the Hotarians: Uealcles the jilarquetle 13, b. i Known as toe iiocanans- ueames me South Dakota Slate. 13, University1 Rotes thcro will ho teams from Knox o? Sonlh Dakota 6. {and Wesley.. These three teams have j j lege 0. Oklahoma 1-1, Kansas Aggies mer of the Lf.A-A-A., who is hi Ian orator he is a RUTH POOR ORATOR "Babe" Rntb may be a wonder ffilh.hls bat on, the diamond, but lj usher. Hera v.......i with the schools. From Ihe 'number of inquiries made daily or -.the -Herald ras ,to when.thi, rink will be ready there will skaters in evidence this" viFnter thUn ever in the" history of the and tho cejlef Is thai wilh rn the hands ot the A.A. it will he wetl managed so as to attract everybody. .A move ori'foot to hive it opened at least three a wtek In order to. give green Ekalerc a chir.ce to .---in hockey circles, the only nittn lo be whether the Bankers can line up a team. They are a tittle leary about It ai of their prospective players are .ing the city.'. Howevsr they have a .good working basji left and .there are plenty cf puck 'around .lo fill out tSe I ram. Jusk Taylor says'hla Hardwares will be Mrt In-full He cannot eay much about the yet but as 'soon as they get a couple of 'hlghU oh the ice he will know about them. -Jack In -favor'of Beveri-cnan hockey-wllh- wit substitute! _ except In casts players are put out of a .game by zn accident. He declares 'that no playtr should pUy gjme.i'niess he Is in condition to distance at Ins top The straight rules, he declares, are.much more catlifac- -The Mounties sre getting in Ripon college 12, CarletoD Col- already organized and are ready I to tato tho Ice on short notice. The j Rotes are the aggregation of young- Cornell 7, Grlnnell 7. i sters who played intermediate lacrosse Duhuqtie college 46, Chicago I. M.J liero the sumyier a crowd hs' pulled recently in San Francisco. rtuth and Back were being Jntroduced. at a smoker, and the crowd called for a, speech from Ihe iome-nm-" The crowd, mind fou. being all loyal Sin Francis cans. jaid .Ttothr "I want :o Eaj- that the reception I received in Angeles -wag the greatest a ball player erer receiTed. 1 IhaoV DU." There Tras deep silence as Rqih cradled out ot the ring lo Mi scat. Tbo crowtl was elunncil. Had ho deliberately elammed Sac I Did he mean to infer] .hat- itffclr rcceptlaa was not to hei compared wilh that him by! thoir rlral "clly, Log Angelea. f Whflo the. fans were still thinking flath hoppid back In the ring. he said, "I made a big mistake." I meant Inc rcccpMon I rcccJycd In San Francisco." DEMPSBV WANTS TOO MUCH Ohio, NOT. manager of Boh Martin. United Stales eipeditionary force champion, loday recelrcd .a cablegram from, Charles C. A 0. Iowa 10, Ames 0. .WEST U C. H. S. G, N. C. H. S. 0. W. S. C. 0, O. A. C. S. California H. Stanford ID. high Central 3. Forfeited to Miisoula. 1-tJ. Xevada Santa Clara 7.. of gooj athletes. However, 29 a three team league Is (a hind of awkward, organization, -and .thor each. Spectators will j the flchl gonl kicked i ilze. will play under bj. Bradc.i for Yale's cnly score in tbe the tleralfl name and colors. North last period. The 'jail earned 53 Lelhbralgo particularly should bnve with a 25-mile wln.l through h. center a slrorg crimson atlark. Casey Makes Touchdown Scarcely less nolahlc Casey's j touchdown for IlarrarJ In the sec- tb Develop Into senior H nny of IheSe 3ponnE puck chasers want to get Into the league ae a fourth team, call up the Herald Sport Editor, and steps -will .be taken to organize. Any Interaeaiato Jn the city who Is ond hrough the surprise ac- unattachetl IB eliglhlc for the propos- compllBJimenL forward pass. The ed-TIerald team. The hoys maat act Harvard star, catching a pass thrown quickly as Ihe other ihrso loams are JS rjjn ready to go, and the organization oC the league cannot be delayed beyond Ihe end of Lhe week. American League Calls Meeting For December 10 to Settle Matter Cochrane, Londoo ask- ing terms for a bout between Martin and the winner o( the BackeU-CarpBO> tier Tight. The offer wag cabled a tier Jack Dempser, .world's .chcmpioni had demanded' lor a London tout, it was XBW YORK, Xov. board ol directors of the American leaguef to- day called Ihe annual meeting of Lhe members of the league here Decem- ber 10. The annual meeting of> the hoard o[ directors also was called for that date. President Charles A- ComlEkey ol the Chicago- club presided today. K. VI. Frazec ol Dostoti enJ Colonel Ja- cob Ituppert of Ihe local clnh, were tbo other members present. President D. U, Johnson and J. C. Dunn of tho Cleveland- clnb did not attend. After discussing Iho national HOLDS DISTANCE AIR RECORD Golden Plover Flits From JN ova Scotia L ta Rest i Amazing as arc tSe recent flights 01 of airplanes across Ihe Atlantic. aTfa- tors must fly farther anil dp jl moro frcqunntly to warrant a. literal ap- pellation of 'bird Jmen." i Thcro Is Ihe solden plover, for instance, which .unimers in the Arctic and winters m Argentina, j j, This Bpeciea nests along Ihe Arctic coast of North America, and as soon, as the young ore oil enough to care for themselves fall migration is he- gun by a trip lo the Labrador coast, the plover fattens' Tor sorem] on the abundant native trulls. A short trip across [ho salt of SL Lawrence, brings it lo Nova ;7colla, the starting point for its- t.xlraor- dinary ocean Oiffht, due south to '.he coast of South America. Tbe golden plover takes.a straight course aero55 the Ocean, and, If the weather is propitious, .makes the wliole -JO') mltcs without pauso or res I, But it tcmpesls arise It may bo blown out of Its course to the England coasl, and alart anew on (he advent of fair' weather; or It may rest for a few "days at the Dcr- inutlas, of Iho way along jits course, or al Ihe nfcarcst of the Lesser Antilles, still 600 miles from COD1" i Ihe mainland of South America, mission failure., to pay New however, ore. emergency stop- -Innanfi nlaveira Ihnii-trh'ifn' _ oy iiy American 'league playcra iheir share: of the world series receipts, the board aulliorizcd employment of counsel to secure the payment ot the money. The hoard'addressed the following leyjler to President Johnson: "Under dale of 'October. 15, 1919, you adilresed a Idler la C. A- Comlskcy, n response to a communication firt- dresscil to you anil odylsed b.'m thai you had addressed a similar conimunl- cation ;lo the president ,ol tarh club in Ihe Araeric-in league. "In your communlcallon ot Octo- ber you, among other inlngp, say contracts, cVotninents, ac- counts or papers pertaining to the American league In my possession or umkr my control have always' he-tin open to inspection of the president or any officers ot any clnb In the league and arc now open lo such In- epocllon.' "At lodar's nieellns of tfio boanl dlrcctorf {whirh you, fia did not Int qnegllon -ivria raised at 10 what your real relations to this leaguo arc- "To enable to reach a jiroper conclusion upoii this subject we rc- fiucal (hat yon submit, to our repre- sentative, Nicholas F. Ijtr.uMn, who will prtsenl this cominimicallon to yon, all reaoliilions or comraas. ar- rnngementB or agreements whirh un- dertake -to cstaollEn any conlnelual or other rclalirjiif, vholhrr ai prrsl- dtnl, Officer or employe, hetwtr-o yon and the American league of pn'os- alonal oascball cluli3." T Lumberjack Hears He is Mur- der Suspect and Leaves Work _ using aU his ot anil speet'i to avert overtaking Vale pur- suers, Kempjttih and HclnharJt. The crimson's touchdown was completed by a poal .kicked by Ralph llorween. The latter-In ihe first'period hail eenl Harvard ahead wilh a field Roal hooted from the, 40-y.nrd line-; In a game that no Braticn, Hor- M'ecn'a feat have been con- sidered Tchiarkable, b'ul It became or- (Unary Jnlhc.light of Ihc Ynlc man's drop kicking- Harvard's bcckficld, as represented by nnd HaJph Honvcen, fur- nljhci iho punches which registered crimson victory. "The crlmsoli line, supplied a trhlch, uadcT menace -'of a bluo in the Ihlri held fast sir inches from RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retrrad Oont By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTr We are specialists la.Vulcan- izing Waders. Ltlhbridie Yilcaimif.Wtrks. 712 Third Avenue Seirth PHONE 1SM AUTO OWNERS We marko Slorm Cirtslns with Class Ilghti, and radiator cov- ers. Everything for the Auto Tcpi -.THE LETH- BRIOGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6th Street Next to rfcrald Office G. T. BLUNTi PROP. QUEBEC. TramplTjR -his way Us poal anj-robbeil1 Yale -of through' muskeg and forer.1, across j aQd ot overs, to be to only In ease ol Elorms. Having accomplished Its ocean voyage, il passes across east- ern Sown America to Us winter homo fti Argentina. Alter a six mcnliss1 vacation here, ihe plover finds its way back lo the Arctic by an entirely different route. It travela across northwestern Soulh America and Ihcr gait ot Mexico, reaching the United States along Ihc coasts of Louisiana and Texts. Thence it, moves slowly up! Iho Mississippi tnllcy and by early June la again al (he nesting site on the Arctic coasl. ItR round I rip has Inken the form o[ an t-normoua cllpsc, "with n minor axis of 2009 miles anil-a major ax's stretching SOOO miles trom Arcllc America lo '.he JJuIlclin uf Ihe .Vatloual Geographic Society. mountains nna ridges, over rivers and creeks, walking by forced marchce, Joseph (i ad bout, a alurdy lumberjack airucb'rgGs, Beauce, but at present (ore'man In tho the John Morrison Co., away -up In Maine, ar- rived yesterday evening in Jackmao, Maine-, for iho sole purpose of proving he had nothing to do wbalever with a recent murder. He said he had tramped his way lo civilization Juat Lo show himself, and find out who started tbe talk that ho bad something to do ID con- nection with the recent marder of Nelson W. Hartley, hotolkecpcr at Jackman, who was murdered In tho bush. Godhout had a quarrel with Hart- ley gome lltne ago, end when the dead body of the latter was found hidden beneath a treo trunk In Lho wood3 close lo Ihe Quebec border, people recalled tho dispute tctwo-en Godboul and Hartley, and some hinted that Godbout may have had some knowledge of the crime. 'Godbout heard ol this talk atoul him, so decided to hlko It hack BANK ROBBER BLIND, GIVEN A TERM JN JAIL TORONTO, Nov. J. I'ulwaln, wlici's blind anfl a immanent physical wrctrk as Ihn result ot n bullet re- crjvfitl in hU hrain, when he njiil a. >'ouns companion nttrmptrd to rob the branch of Iho Hank of Nora ScolU in iho vjllaKe fit Agincourt last winter, and wlio bar] picndnd guilty to having shot Ir.Urji kill the manager of the bank, Ilobort and hav- Ins alltmptfiil to rob the bank. sontonf KrEifay Chief Ju.illco Sfr Mulnr-k to the Jail fSrtn for yearn, I 1 wceJr.1 llfn lorflahtp out Ihnt IL was because of lf line prisoner's condition the KILLED ny .SHUNTING ENGINE had At the limn of BRIER SHPKfNC'TOBAirCO TORONTO, Xov. Malttmt Mao- Kay, 51 years old, employers ol Iho Canadian. Transfer company, waa j hy a shunllns rngine near Hie Sfior- burno crosalnK on tho Kjpianade Sat- unlay night while en lira way to work at (lie Union station. Ills mui.lla'.ed bod7 was found on Sunday. altcmplo.l holdup of Hank Manager and ii young lady nsslnlant the hranclt, Putwain's com- jiauion was shot and Instantly killed the and us staled. Put wain, was Wimlofl for llfo and senp.r ally .Manager Lalng was n'oxnded and spent sftmf! tliK In Hie hospital after tho Jackman, slarllng from tbe head IB made ot the appointment of W. Gill, of King- ston, tho. position of director of technical education, department of lalior. Tills Is a nc'w tho crea- tion of which was made necessary by the action of parliament In voting the flam of ten million dollars to he spent on tho encouragement of education throughout Canada. MATS 6; CAPS to of the waters of Ihe SL John River, arid Talking close to a hundred miles thai ho fnny prove he knew nothing of Hartley's death, "When he arrived at Jack man last nfght Godbout heard that John HurKc was under arrest (or the raur-, dcr, lint Ihla did not satisfy him, and' K-W. Service Station Service Station for tho famoan K-W Maguelos. All lnnkos ot inagDctoE, generalora, colls rc- patred. Full slock ot repair parts car- ried. -All -work guftrantsefl. MAGNETS RECHARGED The" Roy Electric Co. 4lh Avenue South PHONE Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Lawford Weldinj; Co, 2nd Off. Lethbrldgc Hotel Phone he said he filoy nl' Jocbman till the mnrdercr had been fully IHcntffloi and punished, ami his own name bo cleared forever from this af- fair, WOMAN GETS DECISION OH POINTS, BUT FISHERMAN WINS THE CASE ST. Mrc. .llnltlc of I'ort Slnn'ey n lislinrmao named Uins. Ilcln-.ore In Ihe I'olke Court loflny for nssnnU U the man wlio Bhowca nil tlic inarka or combnl, Mrs. Icoktd vory Trcati, anil siir- Icicd no The cvjtlenco aoon tflion'Cd MnglE- tr.Tlo Hunt lhat the woman hail nol only Blflrlcd the lint car- ried on a very onc-sMcrl liattlc. "She said ehc liad n notion lo me, anS 1 Invlleil Iicr'to do so. anil fine dW. Tbo second Umo she fidick her linger In my the fisher- man. Tho SQuire looVert liiero Ijnlb over, and gave judgment, ruling (hat Iho complainant should pay coaln. rind Ihnt Iho complalr.nnL scored most polnla In the f'ghl, and lliereforo she former of Mcaford, le dead. Vimy Auto Repair Shop ADAMS BLOCK 13th STREET'NOHTH General Repairs {or AH Makes of Can By Experienced Mechanics FORD SERVICE ALL IS QUARANTEED G. F. WILSON W. TULLOCH We Hare Installed a Foil Equipment for Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle aD of cart. Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 3J6 SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. ;