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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE sre THE LETMBIUCfiF. DAILY IIKRAU1 SATUUIUY. OCTOBER 23, loin UP FATHER" By G. McManus I OOMT KCNTION I SUCH HORHIO A OH! IWT HE A DARLING iMOW XOO A SOUTH' HE UKE CANT A COAT IN THE "THAT IT- PLAN TO ENLARGE POLO GROUNDS TO CARE FOR 4J.006 NEW YORK. Oct. ars noir under considers I to a tn tularte Hie Polo frounds, for ooxt sttison. su that (bo Jlrush itadluu will seating capacily of 15.000 epfcUlors. At various times durtng (lit last few seasons crowds bare been so Larjg at seTeral of (ho games thai It IIBH been necessary stop Ihe sale I'.cki'Ls. I The double-decked stand in Ihe le't j fiflld was not completed wbcn tbe conslrurled, nud the first vyork will be lu niaka an nitditlou tuls stiiul ulucb will carry it far out iulo (lie left HeW. Tire-ciyle of con-' Mraclioii will be tbo same as in tbo bland. It Is rtleo that the itam) in field ntl] lie ex- it? ode rt. Hopes' Thai League Including Lcthbrtdgc, Pincher And Olfier Places is Formed C'OAT.HCKST, Oct. Coal horpL Skaiins Club is getting busy for tbtir winter and have already addcd 30 feet to Ibe rinfc, which will make :L a very nice slic lor hockey. There is a, committee appointed lo i'jise luoils tor the purpose ol extend- in? the water line right Into the rink un'j'it the public will-.help in ttnanc- this, there is no doubt that Coal- hurst it'll hate onp 'of (Iio'biist open :iir rint_s in Southern Alberta. The coauiiUee gare a dance {a llie Rex ihcaire on Friday, Oct. 2J, There ml be anolher metllng ol the Skating Club fcelcl In the cilice of ihe North Ameri- ran. Collieries some lime after the when a permanent committee will "be eJecleii-lo handle the vrbole af- all through the season, and 1L is Ilkelr that steps mil be tafeen to form n'hockey league with some of the side tearai, .such as LcLhbrJdge and Pincher Greet- .Coalburst has a rery NEW YOHK. Oct. temporary linliiGCllon against D li. Johnson, presi- ;UecS of ibe American Baseball Lcjgue. 1 restraining hini frrm suspending Pii- chc-r Carl ?-Iays. of the American League club in New YorX, pending dls- pos'Uoii of ice cute by ihe courts, was granted toilay by Supreme Couri Jus- tice Wagner. 1 The Injunction, was granted on tha j application of tne Xew York club. Alberta Horses Made Good Showing on Grand Circuit Result is Wail From Vancouver, Toronto, Winnipeg and Everywhere Bill-and Jack Adams and A If. Skinner lo Play For Patricks VANCOUVER, OcL will perform for the coast followers of the wlnltr gam: dur- ing inc coming sesion. Determin- ed that Vancouver shall be repre- sented by the fastest learn In lha history of the game on the coast, ..Frank Patrick, president of the Pacific Coast Hotkey Associa- tion, and manager of the Vancou- ver club, announced this morning that he has secured the signatures of Alf Skinner and Jack Acfams, -former of the Tofonto Hackoy of