Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRmGE DAILY HERALD NOVEMBER 30, 1920 BRINGING UP FAT! By (LMcManus i worr TAxt A HONE TEH I WON'T iivT OCT.LOT AROUND "THE office UNTIL. ITS TIME TO OFFICE it 4REAT HCAVE.HV TVIXT? 50 HE 6 MEVEft HOME I'M TONWN MHO CLEAN OP OtNXX MOORE'S PLACE: LIKE THIt> E TEST OF HIGH It's a Genuine Pleasure to Dine Here There are'so features ot dlnicg here that make you leavo with an anticipation of coming again. The food, the service, the environment, the entertainment, courteous attention are all Ideal. The Silver GriD C. E. MOORE, MGR. Cor. Fourth Ave. and Fifth St SCHOOL HOOP TEAMS ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT INT Boys and Girls Will Meet Pick- ed Teams From Gitc Fans Excellent Oppor- _ Ijinitj of Seeing Champion- ship Aggregations in Ac.tion. There is no denying it the Leth- bridge high school this year hat produced a splendid 'basketball teami and" It IB the intention .of th'oie. pushing the same to make as much of this team as possible. With this In view the public of Ltttibrldgt see the high and girls go through, the hardest test they haVe hid thjs Reason on night on the Y. M. C A floon s The firls will meet the pjck of fema1ejline'and the will meet a picked team from all other basketb'all organizatlortc. The first game is scheduled to rfart at eight o'clock "sharp and! in view of the salendid .recordv have made so. far fahs" should they will disappointed, The boys have -developed a werdeKj' and of combination Thev this! lo'Jperfection and there Is no; doubt they called upon to- do so on Wednesday night Tht- girfs are aggreaatlon and they will make any other girls' team step mighty lively to get the. best of them, The girls' team .will be made up of Misses Milesj Mcllvena, Oar- ruthers, Scot and Simpson. The boys', team will be picked from George Rldpath, Art Green, Kesler, Nelson, Fawns and Morrison. admittance charge'of fifteen cents. So far -this season no admittance fee has been charge, but this Is being done to help defray the expenses of the Medicine Hat trip. One Hundred and Two Guesses in it 't This Week'-. PHONE TEN PIN ARTISTS (By W. A, Pheion.) THAT CUBAN DREAM Were The chink who takes a ions, longi ahorj Two or Best Moore Did Not Play Nelson Was High Man for Home Team and Leadbetter for Visitors. draw can see some wondrous things. And the boy Who takes a sniff ot coke becomes a' ting of But wherc'B the hophoad who has yet enjoyed a dream so'bright As that which picked Havana as the one place for the fight? Half a in the coin Is there, they say, Without two of their best bowlers jLeadbetler was the big man for the CARS OF ALL MAKES OVER. HAULED AND REPAIRED BY J. E. PALMER '322 STH ST. S. Five years! experience with aeroplane engines. Phone 1032. WORK GUARANTEED We Are Experts in Repairing and Retreading Tires New Tires and Tubes Sold. Bargains In Second Hand Tires 'LETHBRIDGEV VULCANIZING v WORKS '712 3rd Avenue South E, The HcialdV competition has been-showing -a for Uie past and last week the growth was One hun- dred wore received. That'was'great. It was the highest week yet and now that the Scottish League is running more fans are ex- pected to bo interested In The Her aid's competition. Our success is your gain so let us go for another- high, water .mark this week. entries tie; largert will; theorize raorjey'he: Tomorrow- 'The Herald publish tho league standings which will undoubt-; edly give you some assistance. The fafr sex are taking an interest In the competition and -when the en- tries closed on Saturday a number of guesses had Iraen received. So men, you can look to a good competition from them from now on. Once tbe women start to lake an interest, look out. So try'for- another record this wort. Be sure to have your entries In I'rt- day night or In the first mall Satur- day morning, because no entries can he received after the results of the games reach The Herald offire. Each entry must be accompanied by twenty- five cents. But win .the merry Cubans let: tho money.slip'away? Thpy had just one ..our wondrous fistic'game, And never since, in-all thesa years, have they eared lo hook .the. same! Anyone who thinks the Cubans- are a bunch tot easyx marks Ought to stand on Morro then (jump in to feed the sharks! When they get a million on Havana's They'll have up'Jn1 Boston and wild mooes tn Baltimore! PEPPERS i 5 Red. Black. Greei" Chile.. Bell. Paprika, Buck Henog. John McOraw.' Rabbit Maranvlllo. Crookedness and trickery teem to be- getting Into football. One of the season's prominent, players.Gipps his way to .victory In every game. Wonder WJio was the first wrestler Barons ten pla.tinen last night went Into combat witn Lelhbrldge's stars and came oiit defeated by a score of to George Moore, an old timer at the southern Alberta, was not In the .game to help Ills fel- low Barons bowlers and that mado a great difference, j In the afternoon Moore stepped out and rolled -KB 'and after that great hopes were pinned on him. -Not .one of the Lethbridge bowlers went over the two hundred mark during tho en- Uro something that has not tSem in' a night's bowling for some tlmo. Sloan, who has' been -two hundred with 1S5 for LJa high- est. and Irwlri wis get over 170. score was 176 and Shaver who rolled in two games, went ISt. Evans, who -finished in Shover's rolled 1S7. Nelson was high man with a total of H54. fQOTBALL COMPETITION RULES GOVERNING THE COMPE. AS FOLLOWS: visitors. Ilia total score was He was (lie m ly go over tbo two hundred mux, hanging np a score of 223, Besides this he had a s.. >e of 1ST anil fJnUhitl on a score of 166. Following tho the scores: Barons Leadbetter.....181 Kulpas 124 Hatfleld........ 149 Williams Iv'er'son, 117 Clausen ICO 222 16! 118 141 128 Irwin SI ban'.; Nelson ShoV'er Evans''. 737 8J1 Letjibridge 179 176 185 168 190 177 169 175 ....176 181 156-675 79B ieOr-504 905 878 857 2638 Old Goisntry -NrSi Brltish football results fpr Saturday are as v piylsloii Arsenal, 2; HudderBfleld i1., i) Bplton 2; Blackburn R., 1. Aston Villa, Burnley, 7; Oldhara A., 1. Derby C, 0; MJddlesbdrough, 1'. -Liverpool, 0; Newcastle U., 1. Manchester C., Preston, 4; Tottenham H, 5. Sheffield U., 5. Sunderland, 0; Bvertori, West Bromwlch A, Bradford 1. Above Is tho corrected list of Satur? who said to the other wrestler: "Now, OTe ls na list ot Satur. I'Jf. taker She first fall, yoii take "51lt8' superseding, "leri.we'K wra'4'sle till Herild which out, arid .We'll play thU P'atoly 1, compellUon will be Tbe Herald Football Cornpetition. 2. CompstHors will be cnliticj lo as any entries as they desire, provtilcd each entry Is afjcompaijtcd by tv.'cnis'- five ceata, and coupoua to the nu ni- ter of eniriea. i 'Competitors must cross out the cslines clubs thcr think w.ll kjsc and cross out the numts ot both U they conaldcr a draw win result. i Coupons can only be eccurcd fj-om fipojllng Pace cr The Herald, AJf munlta received will be re- turned In prltca. The amount arnJ of prizes will lie pubtisiicd eVery-Monday mominf tor that weekV ffbrrteiL IlMults of coinnclitlona will tt putllahed every Wednesday anil lo succeflsfiirconipciftors will mfiilUd ImmetHaiely on, receipt of (vmarmatfon by Athletic All entries must :be itoited or de- livered lo Thp Herat d ticforo mid- on Frldnya, A FrliJay post- rhark frnm potnis outside of the city .of will be, consldorfcd tia ton I a! nine a entry, "'f 7, The and fidrlress of the competitor must be cicariy marktci on eftch coupoTi, inual not used es pay- ment for entries. ;J, AU entries mua! to Editor. Tlic' 'i .EmplorcfS of Thp from Ihe compolltlon Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM PLAYED DEC. 4TK ENTRIES CLOSE DEC. 3RD MIDNIGHT. First Division Blackburn Rovers Vs Derby 0. Bradford C. vs Manchester C. Chelsea vs Arsenal.' "v Huddersfield vs Bollon W. Totlenham vs'Sh'effleld U, Second Birmingham vs Coventry C. Blackpool vs Leicester. Bristol Clly vs Bsrnatey. Bury vs Rothcrham. Clapton O. va Fulham. Third Division Brighton vs Queen's Park. Exeier vs Northampton. Gllllngham Vs Swlndon. Luton vs Brentford. Merlhyr vs Portsmouth, Scottish Aberdeen vs ATrdrleonlans. R. vs Morton. Ayr United vs Dundee, Clyde, vs Kllmarnock. Dumbarton ys Partlck Thlslls, T enter the- Herald Football Com- petition In. accordance with the nifea and conditions announced abOTO. and agree (o accept the pub- lished decision ns anal and legally binding. Signed..............., Adures stccnd fall, th. put the'Ulgrits out, town aaafh Tiext week! PRICES, IZED SCALE': I? Fumble, wrth the bases Two-base wild Huffed fly with three men Grooving a pitch for a hostile slug- for each run he drives In. Passed ball with winning run on Huffed If the runner subsequently 98 cents If he doesn't. If you leave as many as one rotten apple fa a.barrel of sound fruit, the whole barrelful will bo ruined in a hur- ry.' Not .especially hinting at anything you if Hal Chase had been stepped on two years Roses are red and violets blue- Put the bee on a crook ere he puts It on you I (Copyrighted; National Service) Newspaper, British (Golf.; Profes- :l1 Youth on the Links (By HEK) Organized Bawball Must Cleared of Dishonest Players NBW YORK, Nov. A. Herd- ler, president of the National League, will aid In every way possible tho bavG-Just received .d; the famo'Oa'British znlfer, in which he jlescribes the golf ability of the Prince Herd, who was runner-up in this year's Britlsh'opch championship, at Cobmho' Hill Club in Surrey, where the Prince is a member. :llerd told in his letter of a three- some between 'tie Prince, tha Duke of York and Capt: Piers W. Leigh, the Prince's equerry and a flno golfer. "With a little says rierd, "the Prince would soon get a single figure handicap. He played some shots that were real beauties. At the ninth, a hole of 180 yards downhill, he toifc I a spoon for his tee shot, laid the ball 'five yards from the holo, and holed the putt for a: 2. "At tho tenth, alter pushing .his drive into.the wood, and only just get- ting he played what I honestly describe aa tile best shot 1 have seen for. hanging lie 200. yards from the hole, and with his Bppon be pnt.the ball .beautifully on _ n efforts of -Judge Landls, new head of [the green and got a 6. His spoon shots organized baseball, to clear, the game i at the ninth and tenth won the'mitch.' of dishonest players, ho announced today, MrY Heyaior salrrthe-'riainei'o'f. many players had been associated slp 'sirics'' tha scandal "of -the 1919 world's series had been uncovered. He has made a Hat of iho names, many of whom, are National League players, ho cfiiird'connect gossip.- Mr. He'ydler nienlloried tho con- Iroversy between Rube Benlon of the Iheistart Herd, had to'take the Pnnco several tlmea'for one EeMous. golfing his head and tho uo awing'..'. ;'Tuck yoor.stdmacli In; Iseep yonr )iead Herd's admonition, until a length' the .Prince you keep'oh .'fell- ing me thai, think I'lfTgettlng fat-' ''Still, it took him only a few holes! to.'correct his continues' If No Suilablc Place Found in U. S., London May Sec Championship Go niaa'n word against another. "Cue must bo telling a he add- and that ono should have no fur- ther part in tho game.' Giahlfl, and Charlie tH6rzog of the I Herd. "He was tthout as apt a pupil Chicago Cuba, charging [as have met." tha latter with dishonesty. There was I ft ia evident'from his letter that no way of arriving at tho truth In the j Herd Is rprourt' of. his royal' pupil, case. Said Mr. Keydicr, as It was Is ono of tho beat golf In- structprs I ever saw, and In him the young Princp who won the hearts of Americans by his democratic bearing while here, has a very capable teach- er. In commenting on the Duke of York's Herd .says the Dritlsh nobleman has a'splendld back swing and "would make a Jilly good player it he wero lo practice." JOE WELLING SUSPENDED MILWAUKEE, Nov. 30.-Joo Well- :et Chicago boxer, has been suspend- o time next sd trcm flghtlBg in Wisconsin for one year by the srSite.boxing commission, It ,was annouiiccd today. The action OEMP8EY ACTS AS wits taken .yesterday after Referee SPARRINO PARTNER Walter Montheln and other witnesses NEW YORK, Nor. Hemp-1 testified that Welling stalled in his The proposition lo shift the fight iforld'a hoavywelght boxing recent bout with Lew Tcndler, lobroad was said to have been prompt- i champion, Is actln'g as sparring fart- coldness exhibited by 'member's' ner to'Jack Snifter, 'local bantam- 6f (he slate bmlng commission weight, Jn preparation for the letter's VOnK. Nov. event McCORMICK TO MEET FLVNN that no suitable placo can. be .found SEATTLE, Not, Boy McCor- in Itie United Stales to hold the forth- mlck, winner of the Lord Lonsdale coming heavyweight bout batween Jack 'belt fn England, and Jlrh Flynn, for- Dcmpscy, world's champion, aiidimer contender for the world's heavy- Georges CarpenHer, Kuropean title-] weight championship, are lo meet In holder, the conical may ho staged In' a four-round bout hero tonight. Me- l England, It was reverted in generally Cormlck announced last night that ho j well-informed circles hero today. The promoters arc known to have thpld a conferences on tho jtholct of a battle ground within the Jiast few days aflil it was Intimated i today an official announcement may ho made within a short time. liad been'matchnfl to mei Ixivlniky at Porliand aomo montb. holding It in this state. The Victoria County Veterans' Mem- bo'iit licro next Thursday with Lynch. Jo; Dempsey commented dally orial Clulmt-uso was fona-i workouts for his bout with Bill Brcn- MB hero on December 14. LOWERED SWIMMING RECORD JIONTRBAL, Nov. Bourne, at the annual ewlmmlng meet hc-ro Saturday by swimmirg the 100 open yards in 1.01 3-5, lowered tbo record of 1-5 established by (Mn- cs Vcrhot'a year ago, ADVANTAfiE y of the wonderful price reductions at tliig MEN'S SUIT SALE AH Suits up to Toclear at All Suits up to To clear at All Suits up to Toclear at I BERT RASTER'S M E N S S H OP HOME OP. KTH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Greatest Price Smashing 1 '-''i in The boldest offering any retail clothing house ever attempted. Here's value unlimited, cut down to less than pre-war FLORSHE1M SHOES Weaiva: Klorsheim; 'ot the desfgiied and carefully give of the foot nnd ierid erlong rind satiafactory CA tCI Ml f.UU Sale price FASHION ____T OVERCOATS' These Overcoats are noted for three Wool fabrics, smart styling, superfine tailor- ing. And isn't much more that a fellow wants In an overcoat. They are shown In the approved styles for 1920, and are fashioned from the smartest fabrics and most beau- tiful weaves. Regular ?9S.OOr- price Regular. Sale price Regular Sale price .j Regular Bale price...... Regular COAT SWEATERS A sweeping reduction, mado at the right time of the year. Pure wool heavy and light weight, closely woven, neat collar and 'trim wrists, durable pockets. Jn colors." Regfllar o rjf Bale I'd Regular 7C Sale price Regular Sain price Regular jjrj np Sale'prlco PULLOVER SWEATERS Regular Ott 7C Salo Regular 47 7C Sale pried .........f I tl J JERSEYS Thts popular all.wool and fine knit sweater, best English make, i in different shades. Regular rj f Sale price Regular rt p flalo Regular np. Sale price FASHION CRAFT SUITS Fashion Craft that name stands (or clothea protection throughout Canada. You know- it does. For superfine quality in the soft pure wool, elegance in cut, faultless tailoring, slrre; regular JSO.OO Fashion Craft suits, newest weaves and pat- terns, young men's and stand- ard models. Sale nn price.... liegular Sale prim Regular price Regalar 1-15.00 Sale prico WOLSEY UNDER- WEAR Tha famous Woleey Under- wear, heavy weight, soft, fine, "virgin" wool, unshrinkable, never goes hard, cannot Irritate or "work up." Reg. Sale price Heg. (tl 7C Sale price D STANFIELD'S'- UNDERWEAR We do not find it necessary to say anything -to rtcommend this splendid Canadian u'ndor- Pure wool, unshrinkable. lieg. Suit. Red i.lbel. Sale prlco Reg. Suit, niuo lahel.' Salo price ...'JO. FINE WEAVES Rog. frc Salo prico Reg. Sale. prlco Keg. Sale price LAMBSDOWN UNDERWEAR WOOL FLEECE LINED Reg, Sale prlco Jleg. Sale price HEAVY WOOLLEN SHIRTS A shirt suitable for tho rann who wisrkh outdoors. Regular J5.50 Sale prfcn Rogular ?J.Bd OC Sale price LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CHArT CLOTHES THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER SLOCK, 353 FIFTH STREET ;