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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MmwuiMrs REHALD SAT. UH1MY. NOVKMBER '.'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus PHONE NV AN TEUL ME WIFE I'LL SORE BE HONt FOR DINNER- LOM4 WON'T RE ARCKJND AN' I HAVE NOTHIN- TO DO I HOME' SPECIAL CORHED BEEF AHD SAX- i couuo HOME eor AN IMPORTANT TURNED tftfp- J Next Week Will See Skating and Hockey Season Pried Open Former Local Player Busy Wlih Capital League Formed single game. In 1913 te played two games iu left field. anH in 1911 acted tirlce as pinch hitler. In 1915, his last year wllh ihe Pirates, he was anx- ious (o make one uiora hit end start- ed the of September 23 in lett lield in place ot Mas Cftrey. who wai then the regular left DeMer. He suc- ceeded ia making a single and (hen withdrew. This was his last active ivork'lu National league. In order to make him a free agent, so tbflt no club could Keep bis name on Its re- serve list, waivers were asfced ou his ererv team in Iho two Diajor leagues generously waived all claims on hluj. Clarke has not play- ed ball since, hut 13 thriving m'arvcl- ously and getllug richer every day. 'A FEW WORDS FOR GREEN CURLERS fBv J S K 1 -i It ia with some nesllatlon that we day Hnd naluraily coU fce attempt a task like this. certain- rrom BtatldIlls ou tho ico i( Ma prc y do not wish to asiunie the position cailUon is noL takeli Warm wool of an oracler. We arfi EO Bob Dunbar mllls br glovea-are best ,or lho olhcr bat we liavu fpll for a number ot eilreniltles. Soniclhing lhat cau be years, lhal proper attention to green olf easilv ,vben dcliverhlg lho curlers has not been given. There roch You Icfcl o[ it bellcr Hockey Teams Have Rafts Material and Some Surprises Are Due When Teams Take the Ice. VLIERANSTAKE Owing to some diffrcullj' experi- enced In getting a good bottom In the .new skating rink, the Ice fins wrio had expected to wind up the week by cracking open the season were disappoint- ed. But next week will tunly there will be Ihe grand opening end everything. Old Timers My thli gving to be a winter at ft winter. In that cue people up their rhlnde right now to make skating nd attendance the hockey garim part of the regular tche- dule. It will make the winter thorter and heFp U hurry up the- tlmei meter cMBCf working overtime, and that '-bumper. 1520 crop begins to grow. .__ ,The more we, hear about (he materal being, lined up by lha city hockey the mori con- vinced we are that the fans to, ice a brand-of puck- Dialing that will make hockey Highly popular here. There '.some dcirbt a couple of weeks ago whether four teama could be mut- '.'tared In the city. Now it'i ticri' of 'picking and choosing the for Jack TayloKi MHard- wares." He has fourteen men oh tile staff, among them, a former senTor itar and plenty who played in company. So don't be' surpriicd at anything which may be pullrd off In that .direction. The Bankeri have 11 afgned on already. The have 24 on tf ring while Mounted Pol Fee of "K" dlvliion to pick from, Dinning ii Juvt wait- rng word from the varloui clubi lo call a-meeting to complete ganlutlon. This will likely be early In the arid it ii al- mwt certain practice arid probably An exhibition will ftayed the end of the organTzatlon if likely lo during .the coming.week and a Khzdule of a doxcn Any- way tM will piW off next WMk. M your, akallng' Two out of three was the best the r'etenns could do against the Bank- In the'Pi re Pin League last night. Tie.Vela took the IirEt- and third or id 30 pin mirglns, while tha Bankers, grabbed the second with 26 pins .to spare. 'MacLean of the Bank- strong in. the fint two piling up 65 71.for high scores of the evening. He fell ia the bird-to 70, that had high total or the fray.' The scores: VetirjjiE 40 'lose Games in Five Pin Lague Has High Scorea 3laclair leber...... Imlth Schweitzer Totals O'Connor'.. Da.weou Inrin....... Totals -33 59 39 50 I -152 220 25 34 IS (Edmonton Journal) The basketball pot is ho 11 Ins merrily iiiese days ami -practice games in ECH- ior circles are being staged practically every evening preparing ine players Cor ihe opening of the season next week. Secretary Hamilton, ol the sen- ior circuit, has drawn' up a. schedule which will run until ChrlsLtuas .time. thU schedule has oof been definitely rnlified by the league, as jet, it Is understood that iho season will open with a.doubleneader on. the Varsity gymnasium' on Monday oven- Ing December 1st wjth Varsity and Canucks aud Hangers and Colta pro- viding bill of fare. With Robert Simpson etlroinalod ITU ElroDse learns met al the TM.-froin the nsst at Ant- C A. last arenms this game being the werp owi to hl3 of coach- U. S. Loses Hurdle Champion And Other. Counrties Have Good chief Hem OD lha splend.d S profession, thera v....j some other nation springing reception givaa to memoers and their a surprise itl the DUldle Taces by de- friends at tha T last evening. The featint the UMted Slnte3 cnlrailta gallery woe crowded with spectators .Simpson is the A.A.U1-cbampL6n :also (aking the premier honors frofn Fred Kelly al the Inter-Allied games "at Paris. Kelly, winner ol the 1912 Olympic hurdleB, Is ft veteran with nearly, ten years of active senior competition Le- wto wued tha Indoor basebill, volley-ball and basketball gtmes. A Contert The basketball game was played be leaina captained by "Doc" Duns- _ worth. Md "Chlei" Spencer and both hind him, and thera are grave doubts temms Include! number of senior if he will be fast -tp win .the playere. The was ol the closest1 lie's at Antwerp neXlJulr. The Inter- and was anybody's Allied games found Ke'.ly beaten only contest rffbl np uctJ] the final whistle by Inches by Simpson in 15 1-5 sec-, ulew. At.ball time- tlie-Spencer ag-jonds, but It was the third man ID that, gregatlon waa In the lead bj- ft solitary lite a loglcal-sur-. point, lho score standing 16 loll. ThatlprJse package for year. Ilia name CURLING under their coat. Wo believe it would bo money well spent If a curler can gel warm lined boots. If yo feet ciro warn? hall your troubles In this canoed ton are gono. EO further than this and say for real I comfort If you wash your feel and 'pQt on frcsli socks U wJll lielp 'some. 1'resplratioii 'accumulates all el are a few ot the old heads whojee lo lbink lho t that the niau have been ,or the reaBOD thal no ono can nslrumental In gelling into the game ihe When-coid. Tho swcepin's receives proper. Instruction right, at ,3 ff00d exercise, and by nil means the- commencement o; Mr. Green upon -Mr. Green- Man [bat a Man's curling career. But to a great broom ja for actuBi U9O and not mere er lent wfl Imvc noticed that lustruc- ly au ornament. lion toi greeu men Is a hasty ex plan a- We expect llio hardy guys. wllllaugU tion of "in" and "out" turn. Then at these suggestions as to clothes bu we think Tins Best Mse mm For the inside worker. COM file afti aad try it Dominion Bowling Alleys MM men t. Dominion Bldg. TAXI WHITE AND JOHNSON Special Service en Country Trlpj Office Phone 737; Rtt. 1210 CUflc; .if Cluh Clfe AUTO PAINT SHOP Cor. 4lh Avc. and 15th SL S. Phons 787 or 1210 All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory.. Painting and Varr.lihlng I Specialty. Anoirir iinng, we ininK SKips tnjir indul- wake a-Bucclal point of going Mr G. M. is left (o ills own deuces. for tt oHlce or ,hi store man lt Is 11 always reminds us of the spanan importance II you wish 'lo babies only Ihe hnnly and hardiest pull Ihrough Iho first winter wllh any Anolber Ibine, pleasure dsrlved from tbeir ladul. In the earns. Many feel they tnrousu tile points wllh- his gntn arc making no headway, tbey can sea ?nil sco no play ImproTomenl, lake on. pleasure ,vhm and SE8 ihal therefore out of tie jams anil the curling rink sees tbsro no more. in ,he Bam8 nuc! our -Wo submit that It la In the test dcslre Io Secn interest of our club that each green is our Ior lbo t.JSBC3. man should receive at least one hour's iims conl.llnea personal Instruction, aa to proper de- livery, demonstrations of Ehots, and the benefits ot the broom. Of'courso the man who aliould liold himself responsible for a green Instruction is the skip upon whose THE ONLY RADIATOR SHOP IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, THAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF RADIATORS ONLY. We devote our whole llmo to radiator problems ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth 8t rink I. lo S. 0. DOESN'T LIKE IT (Vancouver PrOTlncc.) BritJBb Columbia Amateur -Athletic 1 believe I nm safe e But falliDg this could not U.a Jn JD nnd that some ot the action ol tho Alberta governors to' aU pro- Tesslonal'alhlotlcs who filled .applica- pair or Varsity forwards Bntchart. and York romped away in tbi iccond bait notcbing bosket after basket aild quickly. Kilned rather a commanding l.etd for Dunsworth'a team. Noble SUvena was Injected in- to tbe.jcame In ILe dying moments and of New Zealand and his third in.15 3-5, beating Amea of tbe United States, .was one or the sur- prises ot QIC Intcr-AJllcd contest. It was at these gamea that Wilson, wfao has natural speed, studied Am- erican methods and spent houra eyery dozen or more good sports wbo would which. will mean Dial that province besllf themselves lo this. 1 will be isolated so far as amateur com- As we say we don't want to appear petition wilh olher provinces is con- Id a "knov nil" frame ol but cerncd, dKlgred Vice-President DaTC it Is eomethlng tbat we hi.T> given i of Vancouver of Ihe Amateur thought to, and always -n. Aihlellc union today in commenting point lo ECO that anyone wo felt wo oh' the irnotesalo reinflttcniciit of 65 SI 40 the Speacerllea made a desperato ef- day Joo Pipal, tbe official coach nn 3-out ot the TITO, lot the A.B.F. team. Hpal Is the man fort to 202 228 CARVELL tAYS MUST ADHERE TO CONTRACT EDMONTON', Kov. P. B. chief commlsslonsT of the bciarO of nUlxay commissioners, rul- ed morn Ing that a contract 7ith railway company for -truisportlng odj be adhered to 'by the con- In cling even though addi- tional expense be. .Involved through oulilds clrcuxnitaaced. The case arose through cbTpment of zinc con- cODlrfttei from northern BiHIah Col- to an orer- caarsc WM claimed against the Grand Trank. Psclttc because of tho added coil of Ihe cyalem in the United! SlalM.Tbg ratlny company was ab- EoUcd froa llxblJIUes. Some 15 were dtspoKd of In the courte of the diy, and the stttiuf wnij_be_ closed lo Kridiy. Jalllnj -short of doing so. The final count WES 33 ID favor ot DiiQsworth's team. Dcitchart and York EETQ a bice eiQibltion or basketball, scorloc leveu and six baskets re- spectively, while Spencer and Bennct the -majority. ot the pointa tor Ibe opposing qulntetle. who originally discovered and develop- ed Fred Kelly at the' University of Southern California, Pipal went over- seas iin a T.M.C..A--: athletic director ond .was Darned Walt 0. Johnson, athletic officer of the A.E.F., as coach of the American team for Ihc Intcr-Alltcd He' was as yopu- lar with ttia foreign 'athletes as be wag wllfe the Americans. Wilson aotl Plpal becarna fast friends and the Am- jerican Y. coach, s ablllly p.nd MACOONALDS Londoner Lookrd Upon As Like- ly Successor to Hugo eagernesa o[ Lho" New Zealand limber topper, Look EQ Interest Mn him and showed' him Eome .of _llie American msLhoda, That this coaching was utlllzGrt was by the fact I Lhat Wilson Improved so splendidly that In August he won (lie Scotch hurdle title In 15 25 and In September won ILe English title In 15 1-5. Wil- son looks to be a logical choice for a favorite Jn the Olympic hurdle chom RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Dont By Uu SECTIONAL AND BROKFN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We ire specialists In Vulcan- izing Waders. 7TZ Third Avenue Soirth PHONE 18S4 were in any measure responsible "for taking up curling, Is proper Instruction, at least aa we SOD it, on how' Iff curl. We therefore In this frame ol mind offer a lev suggesting Tlie-delivery of the rock, Is of tlrst importance. There aru many. Blylea we fenow, but the one that gel's the rock away with the least movement ol the body, the least swaying1, "and loss ol Vhlance is !he best. The'hcst curlers TTC notice na a rulo fortably on their heels till they liavc the ;shot firmly fixed in their mind and their eye on Ihe hroom. Their own hr'oam held In the left hand to as- sist In balancing themselves when the rock has been Tho rock cleaned and balanced In their risht hand and la delivered smoothly with the contact Lo tho ice almost Imper- ceptible, and no 'TicloA chore al the last second of delivery but gliding smoothly from the hand. In llila way tho hack ruawaj-s arc not chopped up and best results nra obtained. a fellow can lay the atone to the Ice smoothly, then Instruct, him us lo the turns. Wo always remember the easy athletics by the AlberJa "Continuing, Mr. Lcilch said that the irlL of lha Ottawa.resolution had enfiBuored by Alberta and that the officials in lhat province had shown tin utter disregard for the officials ot U. ol C., by HELlng' tlao ban on out and out professional men wkora applications merttcjl no con- sideration, and that amateur sport will not. benefit by such action. Sir John Simon, will TJO opposed In Snen Valley by Col. Charles llayfax, a Coalition Unionist. Tom Meyers, Labor Is also n candidate. AUTO OWNERS We marke Storm Curtmln's wilb glass lights, and radiator cav- ers. Everything for the Auto Topi THE I.ETK-' BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Street Kelt lo IlerolJ Office C, T. BLUNT, PROP. According to reporla In inrorm- who a MO regarded oooof I the leel all-round catchers in the I major leagues, will succeed Hugh Dci- as riiinager of the Piratca. the Toronto club of the In- lemadoua] league last season, bring- ing the team up lo Eccond place al he wind up, a long time Gibson wasn't on iho heat ol terms.wltli Bar- nfiy Dreyfus, president of the Pills' itirg cJub, but they have buried the lalchet, 1 AhWe Coo, writing In 1L- pionship and he has Informed to rcincmber the turns, as we that he will be a sure contender al sot lor the your goos In, for the 'out luru" your elbow _ 11. i, ,1. muiiL.iua liuw inu UIJILCU Telegram about the posslbully of ho wlll formor London resident managing" will need a man eiually-as good "here a'ro a number of other good otgn hurdlers who arc- liable to be surprises. France has two good men In Glrard and Mcunler, both ot whom took places In their heals al the Paris Pershlng StadEuni games. Italy has two good prospects In Villa anil Sen- drini, Ibe former placing In bis heat al (he Game games. Anatrn'ltvhaa IVTO men who are Kablo lo show Improve- men L by. nezt July in Deal and Spcoc< cr, while Canada hag a fair hurdler in an these foreign tho United With such talent tries now Pirates, eaya laa Simpson lo defeat Lbe nrray of The easl woke up lo Ihe fact lhal foroign eorge Cllbaon Is a prominent candl- t oivmoic eamca lie for minaecr of Ihc grates In uirmjic gamca. due 1020. Plltahurg wa3 made 'aware of It some Iwo ago, In facl, te- foro tho close of lasl season. Lee Tohl, the ex-Clevelanr! manager, was nt Ihc earns time put forward as an' other alronx man for the place. Since Fred Clarke resigned as man- TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The lotal number of fimallnox cases In Toronto Ij 553. Tho epidemic If decreasing. Albert Thomas, Conservative labor eadcr of France, by. Ihe ager of the after the closo of Eo7emlDg borty of tho International the seMon of 115, {ho team his had labor mnrercnce lho flral illroctor- Ihrec leaders, James Callahan.wai al general of .lho international labor <4- Iho bead of the Pirates from 1910 to, flees under the league nf nallnns. Juno 30, 1317, when his rcslijnallon I Spala has broken off all relations .was Beetled, anil Hsns Wagner (he goTcrnrneht of flus cd In command. Hans dhl nol rolUn sla. Ihe Job and llirew It up on July 4, anil. Al New York demaml hills for Irio goos out, for righthanders. Then when thai Idea baa gone home, gni lown Ihe Ice 25 ffd or EO and give ilm (tic broom fo aim at and be sure 10 I earn a the Importance of this After a (cw shots with both turns, go to Ihe middle of the rink, tlicn to Lhc far cud. This gels the recruit eol TQ remembers to look al lho broom: vrnen delivering the rock, anil Ihc gradual lengthening Hie distance lias glvoo him an idea ul the vrclghl and he bas become accustomed (o his balancing at which he othoi wise would not get If all flral nhoU i xere hfravca [o the full length of the rlnfc. allemale shots from end lo wllh Jn nnd out lurn, give him Hie weight. We also think that ilnictton fig lo lbo merits of EWCCP- Ing are Important, and Uic reason for being on the job lo nwecp when re- quired to .hold lho rock up, fta well n.i i'o It along. A few fnrlher as lo whcro, first and second men should In (ha rings but oul where lho real (3 to be done. If thli Is dono early no one Is offended, hut hj glad Lo know thai, only third men and i Bklps should Flan-1 In tfio ringji. Now thnl wo hsvo Jito BhficLg we! think thai three end four sliouM laid out for "Points" as Boon (13 pos- sible RO lhat those ercen curler? who; can devote an occasional extra lijur: HATS fT CAPS K-W, Service StBtion Scrrlce Station tor tJio famcu.< K-W Magnetos. All inafceg of jcnerator3, collj re- paired. Fnl] ntock-of repair parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. J1I 4th Avenue South PHONE Electric Welding CAR REPAIRING Word Welding Co, 2nd Ave., Opp. Lethbrldgt Hotel 1544 Vimy Auto Repair Shop ADAMS BLOCK 131h STREET .NORTH General Repairi for AH of Cars By Experienced Mechanlci FORD SERVICE ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED G. F. WILSON W.TULLOCH next day Hugo nezclok was In trod tie-1 pounr] alcrllng were quoted a( 14.01 B-8 fihols. cd BS lbo new head, fcczdek h Blilli as comparcl with ?4.0< 1-2, thb closing virtually at Ihc helm wjth rescrva- quotation Wednesday. Franc checks fid pracKce at Ihe tlOKS. Clarke played his last (tame fo: listed at 9.T4 for the dollar, ol( two centlhies, and lire checks also pcd IWD ccnllmefl, tielng fjuolcd al Iho Pirates on Seplember ZJ, 1015. Ho. 12.10 for lho dollar. Jlarka hronghl gBTO up playing rcjnbrly In 1912, In j only 2.32 ccntj, a? compared with S3 which year ho did w', lake tart In a vyl 24 cents Ucforc Ihc war, lt'3 thff finest training Ibcrc Just one word further; wft {ind Ihnl many men who aiked to curl or who atari lo curl, say, "Oh, It's loo cold a game." In nine (.asca out of ten (hey find it so because' they go to lho ring altlrci clothes or MA In Ihclr ircly ordinary sweater We Hare IiutalW a FoO Repairing AUTOMOBILE RADIATORS Can handle aB of Freel and Elliott SHEET METAL WORKERS 33G SIXTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 1713. ;