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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PA6BS1X LETH.URinr.K DAILY SATURDAY. BRINGING UP FATHER By G. IManus FOR v_ Quick Service TRY le Silver Grill Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN %TJEA1JS We Aim OUR'COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 5th SL'and 4th Ave. MONDAY 11IGH SCHOOL FIELD DAY BASKETBALL MONDAY IS BIG DAY IN SPORTS; BASKEfjJALL AND FOOTBALL WITH BIG FIELD DAY ONE OF ROBINS' AfcEiS o- Interscholaslic Field Dav Will Commence at the Exhibition Grounds at 2 at Park at and Basketball in Y. M '0. V at 8 p m. crams -Football, Club on Sunday ing, a ro requested to' to present r important Time S p m TRIS SPEAKER HAS _.CONGRATULATIONS, BY, WILSON AND cox Monday. Thanksgiving DayTyll see of the isumfoer outdoor sports and the commencement of the I .winter si'orts. 'The-ending of'the mer activities will ID heralded with j tho biggenk of the pel tbat will mate: history forTLethbridge. it the exhibition grounds commeue j two -o'clock in the after-] nooriHhe first interscholaitic athletic i" meet fdr high schools o''the south I c-ountn will he otage-3 To Lethbridge T-'lljbelong the honor of starting thin! which it is hoped, will become i annual affair Undoubtedly it isj aa dffalr.tbat will go far in encourag'-l and healthy sport in tbel high schools of southern Uberta And should rcLCive encour I igcmcnt and al! assistance ibte Lethbndgc high school atnletcs will I be up against crack team of twelve I froii Atedlclne Havmtrad and f Cardilo and iho ICrffght at i UA mend wil( be represented will 1m e lots of attraUions every follower of yiorts Commencing at 2 dO p a football game will be held at1 Adams1 1'aik ard follower- of this game will have- mother chance of seeing the lleds, in action Thlsri9 n benefit same fgr via er-> injured during the CLEVELAND, Oct ager Tns Speaker, of the world's chsjnplon Cleveland Indians, 're- ceived a of congratuta- President Wilson.. T.hc teltgrsm was as follows 4 i'May I not congratulate you en your honest and sincere efforts. f u- _____ "tOGANSPQJFIT, Oct Governor Ohio, Democratic presidential candidate, while foGr-.' ing Indiana Wednesday sent the to Marager Tns Cleveland world's chardplons Ohio 1s proud 'oTt your accomplishment (Signed) M. No Manual Labor Mars Life of -Former Pugilistic 'Champion of (By 'Staff Correspondent 'Citjr Star.} JJ3AVENWORTH. Oct. wall do not a prison make, bars a cage.' Jsck -Johnson, negro heavy _wtIght champion of the until Jess Wfl- 1 ard'won the title at Havana? one Fourth of.Jnly, can testify to the- truth fulness 01 the-words. Johnson is surrounded byllhe stole walls of-the federal prison worth, full of iron bars and cages. But JaeV Is in prison only! in -a1- strict words', ia'reallty being in training for whufever bouts he can-'fiud next jear Tiie negro entered the prison three weeks September IS to a negro also known Johnson. awaited-event.: Prison offi- cials have not given their final ap' profal. Johnson himself is most eager loijthatiThanksglving affair, it being rumored.that Attorney General Pal mef.might be. present. "St. he Jack want to a real show with.someone I free fo swing on I Aid Jacfc dropped into a pugilistic 'take a fery'punches Into the off some ot the pent up desire to bust "I-want'to prova that I'm a better than er, be continued I! raade one mistake In m; life, that Wil- Urd fight 4 Johnson would no. sa% he had that fight, but to leave that impression I sure would love to get In a ring with Dempsey, -DU t: t he. cbaii ces. of .that areiMimi He's'afraid; to risk, ;in ,'Dcmpssy An Unskilled fighter a real Just a hard'-lick and he even v time or! measure that, Johnson continued His famous sleep producer delivered accidentally .the account of: with -He-seemed to Mt oue.-St of .Ilrooklyn'g [ins To Get Uneasy About Curling, Hockey Play .he will t Hliool hastolball team will its speed against the hfgh iicluinl boyn from the Knight Vcidemy' This will ths ntsi feter-town basVelball game Allan (Kioih Otir Qwn Corrc-spocdent) TABBH, OcL is begin- ning to be a stirring among the'dry bonos of the and curling ag- I gregatioac It Is just j sihle that a. hockev meeting will ho called in thp near future with ti to early preparations 3Iost of the .old team will be in'lown this winter, and ''ON BIG OTTAWA, pc'Ly Canadi h'ais -lost' ih'e for -steel airs; jtho Belgian Can- adian Trade.: Commission1'. :sqBght' to placo w itb manuf a'dturc'ra this tryl Instead of ;C'anada" cars, the coayhes-j appear i of die yarlety I supposed ___ year and a das of eeutenco lor good behavior certainly will reduce that .sentence- somewhat of days-John'son Sjerves, are gong to oe'decid.e'dlv pleasant be moved as was the case when be was onlered' removed County (Illinois) Jail at Jollet m July because" the sheriff treated him like a. .hotcr'gncEt instead, of a'prisoner in the'words of the district attorney Johnson Is records say. railway which are'-Jobp snpjlfb'O.tb'Gemhny. there arc 'several new players to bft ho'ctes club likely be a stronger team than Webb Milner "riarl Dun lop Dails >'iiih Mcllvena Knox Davidson Linnlng The clubs-will'strip In the Miner's hall There will bo a meeting Of the SUCKED JUICE OF GOLF BALL; DIED FROM POISON Herald football Competition, ENTftTIORM GAMES PLAYED OCT.' 18., CLOSING 15 MIDNIGHT f First Dwijion Chelsea VE 'Spurs Soiieri vt Arsenal Burnley vs.', Bradford. Eyerton vs. Huddersfield. Second Division Clapton.prient Bury, vs Neita'Cotfnty vs Stoke Cardiff vi, Fulnam Third. Division Brentford vs Norwich Brighten vt. Reading. Palace vi. Bristol Rovers. Mlllwall VE. Newport. I enter the Hefaiil Football COM petition In acrordande with nt, rnlfls anil coHdllloai agreo to Hi pul 'flid decis'on as Sail an! legj blcding Address LOVDOV Oct story in the Daih Mail tells of a fatalitj to a little girl, Iry Taylor, of nlackbiini, daugh- ter of a Sho had bitten a golf hall In half ami had sucked the juice. It proMjd to be sulphuric acid. Other ohparcu are la-hospital iffflackburn from similar experience, and two have pretiotislr'dieJ. PAL MOORE WINS ILOUSVILUS KV, oct Pal Moore, Memphis bantamweight, out- and outfought in a 12-round nb-ilccislon nouthero las' uight. StLYER MINE IN TORONTO, Oct Carey Cobdlti silver; mine, which liaa 'a re- cord 6f proiljclng two and a hilt million ounces of ilher, has gono llqu'datton paign coniiucled these men n The reiolullou was moved by Com ade WAJ Tupper, K C, Winnipeg md seconded by Comrada Kingston Ont t QUEBEC NAMES FUEL CONTROLLER No lrJ61 the prison The "number.'does'.nol on Johnsons clothitg as is _, il'to be Ihe prison is led: j'Ad.vlceB' to the .custom vutli other prisoners Tlle: is orderlj Thai means Is to oversee the prepara tioli of the prison ball field lor, nml other athletic cpn'ests And over seeing docs not include the real man ual work. The Liberty of the, Pcitpn The prisoner roams or less, withjn. the prison walls l He Is not permitted outside ill closure, hut that lla'at' of.his troubles as there Is a smajl In side tho walls. f His spar lng 0' a> tractions of the Ofnclats ind prisoners count it.'d, to' .watch Johnson work out with onfevo! the three or. four prisoners willing to facu the former champion on big pledag to go easy.. AThankijivmt, bout between John GOU and a Teias fighter or a .Topeka Johtson I don't want her to I wouldn't even let to th'el train That-Johnson shouhl win special fa- [Ora-from prison officials Is not dlfll- Ic.ult. to understand, after talking with him He has an educated way, gath ered from travel and not in school He is courteous and at all apparent his cplor He obejs every rule laid downefor him and fawning In his appreciation of favors ORIENTALS ARE V '-CNTtHKHISlNG VICTORIA Oot I ff Oriental airplane riiair service was-inau'gur'atcd when the air- ft p'o-s '-i E H rJ if 4f readied Lwn, Seattle lalt this afternoon, making tho trip 68 'Minutes. JIo'.- carried mall from Seattle to catch tho Africa Mam which silled for lha Orient at n o clock t. RAYMOND, Oct Meeki .a rancher of the Ray- mond brings. In a wolf stofy from the "Milk country. While riding range he ran into a pack of valves, ont of which he roped. It was a notable capture for hs was" an enormous fellow, 6 feet 4 inches in length and weigh- ed'OS pounds, Mr. Meeks now has another ir.teretting trophy to add-to his collection. MORE TRUTH THM POETRY Lei the Reformer Be Comforted By s i: jbout the -tho mditeVn nj'atdon dresse When felrfs were closel} guarded and pinching, stays n tholr progress was retarded were very forbtdd'n maJo them blush for e'i' say; Ana boba her ventures out, Tli'us chances The s'stl-'fcrormlsr' in ths present dances. v ''.'The'glrls are gadtf; ha crieA lost their .goodness and Ihei; 'graces, Iilifct too HUlo frojj our eyen, They -jtowder In, -the. .public plncesi! s .Thuy read tilings, thst'tiey shouldn't read. things (hat they should be eliun- Afng. I ,Wo but .they! give no heed tha frightful risks they're run. 1 i ftbouj old faslilonw! ways, All realism The ftord i shame, Tjey lad fo keep thofrs hiduci i 'Jie sad rr-iormer may right Perhaps the eirls grown 'oo dirlng Yet some seism 'father shy. ilnsnltc? The siantj (he> ra noarlng And girts sometimes went wrong Wblle goW still was relgnlm; twit skirts were full snd loot, Ifc something pist explaining i and N. Veterans in tion Urges Greater Measure' of Re-Establishment, VICTOIIIV Oct 16 attitude ot Veterans association In Canada to of the returned stated in national con venlion hero A further and complete measure of re establishment :o satisfy those men who rmo rot lereJTpit anj benefit by way urgeij. briber, ribnelarj assistance is the nnincuil condition aarrant is asted, but no stipulated amohnt, W J Tunpcr.K, C introducing the resolution1 said-the'-veterans appealei! to ri red -abs n-en