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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FV- iPAGESnt THE LETHBProOE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1920 i; BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus I uevEK- IIA.VE. .VAX LUCK; PROMISED CKNTX HIM THIS KCEBTNE RAIN OFT OUTJt t 6Y selling goods, for, upon wallyngron hoard their ship in York they had 'to surrender' an alarming share of to fomg off the boat' was as bad, thanks to Bi revenue took uearl) all In giving h'ls i lews of UnlteJ States golfers, Ray said that if Invade thev will assuredl> win tho, championship Vardon anil Hay both bellevo'the best United States amatetir Is equal to the best English gdlter Hagen, Evans and Bobby sJones they consider the best golfers they ever met A halt.dozen banquets and receptions await the two golfers In'the neat few BOOED TY OUT OF BALL PARK JI09B, Calif., Nov. was booed out of the ball park- by Iii dignant fans who camo to eee'him play here, when he quit the terday at the end of the sixth Inning after an argument over an emery-hail. The umpire ,and -the'San Jose ,leTim refused to take the ball to which he objected out ot the game He decha ed to go to bat and left the park Cobb's all-fltarfl were -defeated 7' -PHONE W6 .nd someone beaned-me on the bun. But who? know not... If I did, fd Musings' of John McGraw. Can't Wait for Combination Rink Proposition at Taber To Be Settled 4tO FIFTH STREET CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER- HAULED AND REPAIRED BY v J. E. PALMER 324 6TH .ST. S. Five experience .with aeroplane engines Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED Whenever wo hear of this, that, or he other moving picture star getting om to a year, wo e always tempted to ask "What Some Federal axtrats lu an eastern ty shot -at a bar-tender who was them soft drinks. Disappoint- ent often ,niakes men do ferocious eeds. v A bunch of the Lambs' Kuu Looks for Championship Team in the Rate for 1921! Pennant OVER ELEVEN MIL- 4 LIONS BET ON MON- TREAL TRACKS 1IOXTRBAL, Nov. cording to the figures of Pro- vluchil Government Inspector tiling lor over clow watch on Duffy s work in Canada n daring the past season and decided, that lie wax taking no long chance in pulling DnrTy-out of the minors again. The Rubalyit of a Time .flies, and-Thomas groTre. Tre- mendous claws Are sprouted In his shinelv velvet paws, And vocal powers that "neat Caiaso's heel Are latent lost behind his ample He sleeps around the house the whole i day long. But, when night comes, he joins'the tarry Seeking for combat, and, much, worse than that, Seeking the chance to lift his v'blce in song. Hour afier hour hU tide of yowling Prom-yard, to yard the screeching sinner: And you can't stop nncsnny skill He .ducks .and dousea everybody's Ah, yesterday forever has font Hence, Duffy a Popular Choice Hugh is an old favorite in Boston. Hs schloTed firae as ostfieldsr-for the Boston Nationals, makes his ill (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Nov. as t the proposed combination rink hav not producep1 anything further, in th of definite action, and (he mark ing oi timers due hot to financial mat ters as his been thought, but to thos Interested not being able to see eye t eye, although finances of conrsej hav some bearing on the situation. Wheth er deadlock will he broke remains to he seen, but on account o the lalssez faire atUtude duplajed 1 some quarters the hockey enthus aata have decided to play a lone ban for the and work on repai Ing the skating rink has already star ed The fence was undergoing roha bilifation today, and it is proposed .begin levelling the floor rink t _______________ to have it done before i You think in vain concerning Thence the Huh, and is popular with., Boston's most'rah Id fans'. Duffy's popularity "and' his- leader- ship ability justify his solution. He Is a dynamo for "pep'iand If there is theVKed.'fiok ,ch, Duffy is any man who CM poi into a more the man.- Ed. Barrow, who left the Hed Sox to become business manager, of theiYan- kees, never won the hearts; of Boston fans. ant t Firat Time Lethbridge Giris Medicine Hat For Hoop Game ?oth girls and boys of the Leth- bridge high school are anxious to meet Medicine Hat boys and girls basketball teams At noon today the Lethbridge teams will leave their awn city lor the Hal where tonight they will play They go directly Jroni the'train' to and not return untl' Saturday noon A good bunch, of sup- porters are going with the local teams This is the first time ;sny girls team from Letbbridge has' over gone to MeSlcine Hat. He was lacking in some import. the ifrost gets Into the ground. Aa or soon as this Is done, the flooding will One fact strident, shriek- begin, it ia eipeSled, and thus tho first Ing Cat, cold :snap'will find skntcrs provided with.a.'sheet of Ice to band. Financial mailers afp also under discussion, and perhaps before long a carnival may be SOME EPITAPHS We Are Experts in Repairing and Relreading Tlrca New Tires and Tubes Sold. Bfirca'ns In Second Hand Tires LETHBRiDGE VULOANfziNG WORKS 712 -3rd Avenue South E. got under-way. Just who the regular Your former pet, now dancing ontyour Fence! Here ties the body of jamei McNuth, team wlllconsist cannot at present He fn 'he way of a fullback's ruth. be feelers are out lo see If. certain'men employed In the vicinity! Beneath this slab I will'Join the team, as lhe nature of their employment makes this uncer- tain as cry successful. Holds Batting Record Duffy was a famous batter In the old iays and hung up.the record of; 438 or u season's play. is.more mporUnt now, he knows how to ieach youngsters to bat. Tpe Red Sox are ;olng to make a bettor batting record n 1021. Keep your eye on them, for Duffy will be on the job the time. We know baseball It did not need the report of a Qblcago Grand lory lo convince us 'of But we do want to know the' identity of lhe man higher dp in'the'bribing scandal. Why the whitewash? A SCORELESS TIE "HERALD" FOOTBALL COMPETITION RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE- TITION ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. Tho. competition called The Herald Football 3. Cohipotltora be entitled to as rnany clitrlcs (m tlicy desire, provided. e.ich tolry la accompai.lcd'by tweniy- featd, and coupons Lo lhe'aatn- ber of entrlca. Coinpetltora must croa.i out Ilia names uf tho clubn they thiak will snd .cross'ont the ndtnes ot both If t'jey conattjer t wll] rcAull. 4 Coupons nn only be BCcurctl from 1'age of The jrcraEU. 5 All -monies received wtll bo re- turned.Ift prjzea. Tho atTlount and of. prizes u-ili bs published ey'ery Slonday moniing for tlut woek'3 ReJiulH of cnmpctiHonij will published every Wc'lnc.lilay untl cheques to succeysful wll] Immedinlely on receipt ol confirmation by the AtbJctle entries must IK- pnrteil or de- livered to Thf htforc mid- on 'FrldnyE, A post- mark crbm potnta outpldf of'tlic cliy Of Lethbridge will be cnnnlderei] as containing A. entry. T. The nnm6 ilnd 'ndrlreps of the must be dearly .-narked on '8. Stamps must not tie used as pay- ment for entries -S. All entries must bp tr. uie Editor, Koothall Bportlnj' Bdltor'i .dtcltlon will be nnal. 11. BmployeH of THe BwaU Burred from the competition. PITTSBURG, NOT. ranla Stata College and UnWorslty of Piltsburg yesterday played a scoreless Uo boforo more than people, Herald Football ENTRY FORM GAMES 'PLAYED NOV. ENTRIES CLOSE NOV. 26TH MIDNIGHT Arsenal vs Huddersfield. Bradford Aston Villa. Bolton vi Blackburn. Burnley vs Oldham. Liverpool vs Newcastle, Preston vs Tottenham. Sheffield U, vs Chelsea, Sundcrland vs Everton. Brentford vs Reading, Brighton Swansea. Bristol R. vs Southampton. Palace vs Exeter. Norwich vs Luton. Northampton vs Plymouth. Queen's Mark vs Grlmsby, Watford vsMlllwall. I enter the Herald Football Com- petition In accordance with lhe rules and conditions announced above, and fierce louccepl tho pub- Hshed decision as final and legally binding. !es Thomai He ate two-thirds of hit brlde'i cske. monument tells of Francis Hurst, He hunted for -They him first. Here in Peace Jamet Wlfion The bottle contained wood alcohol, mourn the passing of Norbert He made one trip In an aeroplane. .National .Newspaper Young Lewis Gets Award Over Papin MONTREAL. Nov. Three 10- TL 0 'x Ihese Suits Are going fast, as the prices-are away below any- thing heard of for a long time. We still have a good big range1 in all. sizes to choose from. BERT KESTER'S AH Suits up to To Clear at All Suits up to To clear at......... All Suits up to To clear at........ M E N S SHOP HOME OP 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner TAKE OVER THE QUEBEC FRANCHISE QUEBE6, Nor. Auchfir, left here' last .night -for Toronto to attend the annual meeting of th'e-N. H L. nn Saturday Ho Is 'Ing 2 syndicate of Quebec bUsinesV men who are prepared to take over the Quebec franchise. Tcronfo Globe Thinks That is A. U. Meets at Winnipeg TORONTO, Nov. 'the Amateur tinkm of. Canada holds Its annual meeting at Winnipeg Returns-Have Been Coming in Sure ito Get Yours in Another week in The Herald's foot- ball competition draws to a close to- morrow morning, with the first mail. Officially the contest closes at mid- night tonight but the competition edl tor has been allowing entries received with tho early morning mail, returns from tho old country So hot reach this .office.until later in the morning. For the past three or four weeks the competition has been showing, a healthy growth. Indications are'that this growth will continue this week Returns commenced to reach this of fice earlier than usual. Tho Crow's Nest fans are still taking a keen Inter est In it and every week shows some of them In: the prizo money. JTaber broke Into the winning col In saya Hie" Globe 1ast wcck is hoped tha "it will be confronted by a heavy ord- townB casl ot wll er sheet. There are many matters of this week, groat importance to be dlacuflned and there are coiilentloiiii matters which are likely lo precipitate'more or less RACING DRIVER IS DEAD FROM INJURIE1 acrimonious debate. "The western hockey muddle Is the bouts were decided V.sti last result ot the relaxation ot the amateur ANOtLES, Nov. night as follows: [rule at the last annual meeting of the pponncll, nutoinoWIe racing driver, Yams Lewis, local claimant cf thermion- There Is not yet nny unatiim- at tho I-oa Angeles speedway lealhcrwclght championship ot Can- of opinion as to the most unconBcJoin early K_ VJB1J _ii..." fl'l Virtlinll'o nl. ada out-poihted France. Georges 1'apln of to'la'f- automobile crash- UfforU will ho mado to revise the rule duals lo compete. All" that, can bo consciousness, expected Is permission for those who] were once engaged In work oi tho kind MICHEL FOOTBALLERS rtWVT TV TtmtnB-i.m T "CIW VIIBHgVU 'IJ Vr'vl h ut 11JU AIHU HELD BENEFIT DANCE hut have since abandoned it to secure registration cards mom (Wbin Our Own Corre.inonrtcnl) 'or 'esa 'e-ngthy term of years hes MrCHEL, N team a Nov. Michel football "lapsed since thsy retired.. Even that concert In Jllchpl hall for ls a rcmolc prospect. Tho .tendency Address t In Jllchpl hall for tin: benefit of H. Porter, one ot tho tic lo tlsliten, rather than junior learn who had a leg broken in lossen lhe amateur rulo." a match In Fernie during tho season, H was well attended and was enjoy- ed by nil. The Jllchel committee wish to thank all supporting this, also tho to U, OF P. DEFEATED CORNELL PHILADENPHIA, tfov. 26.-Unlver. Ksrnle talent for helping out with Iho slty of Pennsylvania defeated Cornell programme, report a sum of f 162 here yesterday, 28 lo 0. Thlrty'thoun- given to Mr. Portor as proceeds from, and people wllncssod the i tho in a heavy rain. ame, play- TO FIGHT FOR A JJELT STUDDED IN DIAMONDS YOKK, Nov. Leon- ard, world's lightweight champion, cle- feriln his tilln hpre lonight against Joo Welling of Chicago In a I5-round bout !o a decision. Tho. contestants wero lo weigh In-at 135 pounds at 2 p.m. The winner will receive a diamond- studded bolt. A 10-round bout will also bo fought between Panama Joe Oana and George Christian who will contend for iho colored middleweight championship, now held by VID UTMOST IN CIGARS' Selections JL for 2 Sets Democrats IQcts The uncommon flavor and aroma of rich ripe selected Havana leaf make Qvido'TTie.Utmost in Cigars" BUY THEM BY THE BOX SPECIALLY WRAPPED FOR THE HOLIDAYS GREATEST PRICE SMASHING SALE INCANADA Breaking: >the Back of Clothing Market i See our advertisement on Pago No. 10. Unquestionably price smashing sale will bo Iho means of lowering Clolhlng Prices generally, It will not only create a tremendous stir with the buying public of Lothbridge, but In tho trade throughout entire Canada. Wo are glad of this. There has been absolutely no justification for Bomp.ot the exorbitant prices charged on very Inferior goods. And lust here we want to riqlnt out one fnct lo you. This sale should command your attention for two reasons. The first is the sweeping reduction in price. The second, and the more imporlant reason, Is tho absolute dependability of the merchandise we nre offering in almost unlimited Crnft Clothes, Borsallnb' and Stetson liafs, Arrow Shirts nnd Collars, Wolsey and Slnnllb.ld's Under- wear, Holeproof d'nd Wolsey Hosiery nnd countless othbr equally favorably known trnile-marked niorchandlse. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF PASHION CRAFT CLOTHES THE FUORSHEIM SHOE BLOCK, 3S3 FIFTH STREET ;