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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta mE LETHBRIDGE DAILY- 'HESALD- .NOVEMBER 23, BRINGING UP FATHER BUT MY I ME TO TAKE HPR TO THE ETOH competKor must bo clenrly marked on each ft Stamps must noi used ss nav- ment lor enlrks A1I entries must he in n, 10 Berlins Eflllor's tedtloo wm DC final of The IfcraM ert barrea Ihe coraptllllon. But give ni first and last the soak that' lakes 'em OS their, fe'et! 'aiPurses will: i T ed Trotiky and Lenihs Big'Purses Q.fered The principal j event at the Havana opening willVjbb.j the Thanksgiving Ponzl. It is reported, will plead In sanity. Not a chancetThe insane ones! the fellows their money with him. The Rubalyat of a Tomcat A fluffy hunch of parti-colored fur A liny tail, some baby a Onlv a kilten and yet bold enough To spit indignant at some vagrant cur' A household pet, the kids be- deck. With halt a jard'ot ribbon round its Bounding and tumbling m (ecstatic glee, Witlrnaught (o give'its'pleasure pause or-check. l A little larger and around the h'ouse The warlike kitten stalks tho fleeing 1 Corrals It, corners seizes it Like a fat copper rounding tip a souse The weeks so by. and that Small kitten has, at become- a And now, Instead fierce Tom pursues The whiskered savage, desperate old rat' (To be Continued) be run.for a purse of ICES viilne than' 5700. The stake-races induderGrand of Cuba: and the Cuban" Grand.: National.-.Handleap, Cuban Stakes, for native-born'horses, purses ot Jld.OOO; President Menbcal Handicap, Independence purses of Cuba Championship; for three-year-olds; 'Cuba Champion- ship, for.- Hwo-year-blds; -Christmas Handicap, -Union' .Club American Club New York Handicap and notary Club Handicap, purses of the' Morro Castle Handicap, the Caribbean Stake and the CubaiirAmerlcani Handicap, purses'-'of the Mariannd Handicap :aml the Cuban Juvenile of Two.tracks will be operated at New Orleans, the Fair. Grounds and Jeffer: sou Park. Sky is the Limit Unrestricted betting .will be. in -rogue al Havana and Tia-Juana.; In Havana the money is handled by bookmakers and the pari-mutuel ;machines, Tho bookies adopt the old atylp' 'betting which was in vogue, in America, that of chalking up oiids on .blackboards, the handing out of tickets-and the payment after each race.: Government receives: a.certain per- centage from the In New Orleans stakeholders are permitted to handle, -money' wagers. They are not employed by the layers. The latter ciuoic the odds orally and LiSLV pip'? l" last fall in beet was at Toledo, fer-cup, standing two and a half feet high, and gold medals, to be competed for by at le.nst four English league teams- immediately on conclusion- of the present campaign in Mav. Herald Football Competition "ENTRY FORM QAMES'PLAYED MOV. CLOSE NOV. 2STH MIDNIGHT, Arsenal vs Huddersfield. Bradford vt Atton-Villa. Bolton vi'Blackburn. Burnley vs Oldham. Liverpool vs Newcastle. Preston vs Tottenham. Sheffield U, vs Chelsea, Sunderlarid vs Everton. Brentford vs Reading. Brighton Swansea. Bristol .R, vs Southampton. Extltr.. Norwich vs Luton, Northampton vs Plymouth. Queen's Park vs Grtmsby. Watford vs Millwall. T entdr tho Vootball Com- petition W accordance with tho rules and conditions announced above, and agree (o dccopt tlio pub- lisher! decision as final and legally binding, Signed ANOTHER FAMOUS SPANISH. BliLlrFlGHTER HAS HKBN KILLED IN THE "ARENA; THRRET'CHEERS FOR TUB BULLS: MAY TIIKGOOD WORK GO ON! What? Yon can't got e drink? Aren't you personally friendly witlrany pro- hibition enforcement (Copyrighted, National- Newspaper FOOTBALL FATALITY LONDON, playing foot- ball In the street, Alfred Bells, ten ysars old, fell backwards and hroke his neck and spinal cord, dying In- stantly. 13 LOST LIVES IN FIRES IN OCTOBER TOnONTQ, Nov. the '-Tia Juana will be run wide books, mutuels and various gambling games. The track is just across the California boundary and ated by James forniRr boxing promoter. The racing'season in Ihe East was Iho most successful -'ever Tlie outstanding feature of the. year'c rac- ing, however, was the great perform- ance of Man o' War. His performance easily slumps him the peer of'all. Would Put Soccer On a Pro Basis Natal and Michel Fans Divide Fan' in Third Place First last week's football competition went to a Lethbridge fan cf th'e Despatch Print- ing Company. Sir. Coombes had eleven correct guess'es "for thirteen games played. Eighty-three: entries were received for-last week which is a good gain 3Ver tbe previous week. and'thlrd prizes were therefore boost- ed in value, theilrst remaining at ten dollars. The three games not played were eliminated from the contest and it VaVon account of these games that the announcement of the results have been delayed. The Crows Nest country is again represented well in the prize list. The second'prize of six dollars waa divided ciiually between A. Cansey, of Natal, B. _C., and J..W. Holmes, of'Michel, Taber was represented among tho third prize winners by Howell Jones, who bad nine correct. Guesses for this .week's competition have commenced to arrive. H is a good policy to get them in The Herald o.ffice on good time and it should be remembered that the last man on Sat- tffday morningris the Very last oppor- tunity and it Is not advisable to trust last minute. Tliere is many a slip, etc. Let us have another Increase guesses and prize money this week. The prize list follows: Eleven' of S. Coombes, Despatch Printing Co.. Ciiy. Ten of ?S.OO A. Causey, Natal, B.C.; J.W. Holmes -Michel. B.C. Nine of 51.30 17th St. N., city; Wm. 271 7th Ave. 'A. city; Howell Jones, Tabcr, Alia. Special! Special! Well Tailored Horsehide Leather Vests Lined with all wool blanket to clear at the special price, of cellent fitters. We sold these vests in the regular way at .They are from very soft horsehide and are ex- hollanf Tiffbi'6 v TESTER'S M S H :0 P HOME OF 20TH CBNTUHY BRAND CLOTHINQ Hotel Block On the Corner Miriors'.Prefe'r :tb 'Handle Own AiTairs by Committee .of Rational Associa- tion of Minor'Leagues''may be mlcd by a committee .of six men instead of a by the majors, last when the threaten- ed baseball war-was. settled. This feature -bns--become. evident during the last three or four days by reports drifting in from the camps o( the varl ous minoricircuits. The.little leagues have experienced growth since the war, 'and ail.of Ihe smaller circults.' on a firm financial .basis.-''. Some of the more prominent '.minor- league maenates have been strong for the committee' of six from the very start of tbe Kansas City sessions. Tiiey have shown marked'opposition to tho one-man rule invoked by tie 'niajor leagues al though-they heartily approve of Feder al Judge as the supreme head of the game. The question ot .representation has been, the chief-. instrument in causing the present agitation against tbe one- man plaii.: While, llbydlcr and John- son will continue to care for the affairs of thclr-respectiv.e the believe they to at least two men 'to; sil.-Jn session when such cases are-necessary. The six-man coun- cil would settle all minor league af- fairs; am! in'case of a.lie vote Judge Landis" would render" a verdict. The 'little six" plan originated from the naming of six men with .the major leagues comditfees'--dverj- the rcprasentatioa Issue within a month'! time. "Going BV 1 close tc C.overnor-elect Miller declare that should any attempt be made to stage tho proposed Carpentier Dempsey bou In Now State not only tht Governor prohibit the but'alsa may recpmmejid the repeal -.of the Walker Law; 'The elements who i elected Judg< this person staled, "are unal. terably opposed to bo'jfng. They wanl (o see lue Walker La-r repealed Bot ing promoters allied Tilth Tammatij Hall worked against Mr. Miller's elec- tion, using propoBranda that stop all sports. Under BMCh'c'lrcuni- stances they caimot expect favors. PHONt.666 TOHO.XTO, Xov. IK an expressed ilesira. on'-the.part of some of the moguls nf locarsocccr to placc-l -----lh6 game on s nrofcsslonal basis here! month of October thirteen people lost us in tho Old Country. It is not Ilia; their lives through fires which occur- intention, of couriieV to reatrict lost Ihcir Hres. red In various parls of Canada. In the senior, gnmc professional previous monlh a simllai- numner died; but as one of tho promoters of the'pro: i iwnlle in October 1919, sixteen people posed soccer aladlum ,'snys: "When we get our sfadium built we will be in a wosilion to nccomniodate sutnclcnt crowds to make it possible I for us Ihe men who go out unit EIGHT MILLIONS WAGERED AT RACE MEETS TORONTO, Xnr. Ja.-Alinost eight million dollars was wagered In the three Ontario race meets tho Jast racing .season, ac- cording to figures Issued from tho provincial .treasurer's department. At tho Hamilton Jockey Club fall meeting the total wan and ot the, September Windsor meet tho grand total was ?3C07- 770. Officials of Club Refuse (o Confirm This He- port V CHICAGO, Nov. (irant, president or the Boston Braves, refus- gel knocked aboiil In the games. T'hejptl lo collllrm