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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 26, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G.McManus FOR BestAtteDtiofl OPEN DAY AND ttlOHT GOOD EATS SPECIALTY !N 8TEAK8 We Aim to OUR COFFEE BEST 5th St. and 4th Single Men Scored Heavily Against the Married Men on Alleys Old Timers Could Not Come Batk Strong Match Played This Sea- son at Dominion Alleys The_ single.men look tbe married men feto camp bv 313 pins at tbo Dominion Alloys last niEbt. This was the ojScning compctiiion .of the bowl- ing season in Lethbridge and the single' men sure slopped "oh life' gas; Tomnfy Evans proved the old reliable for the married men but his 564 was aot edough .to Lmake up i'-JIaeieim was olf in front for the single" men, mailng-a -score of 540. The tiotal for the single men was and for the married men 1.S31. JBeviSral players who were collated "qji byTjbbttu; sides did not? show up. .However'.those who did play were m'en who through the season last year. Following are the scores: Married Men 170 555 142 151 13i 13a H3 Hi G3S-: 'Single-Men 172 167 181 157 16' 176 531 RECORD PRICE FOR YEARLING DONCASTER, ENG.. Sept. yearling colt by tbo famous. English racehorse, "The oat of the equally famous mare, "Blue Tit." bas been purchased by.Lord Glanely, a racehorse owner, for This Is believed to a record price for a thoroughbred yearling. CHINESE SOCCER SIDE FOR DISTRICT LEAGUE OVER IN PENNSYLVANIA BETHLEHEM, An all- Chinese soccer team, probably the first ever organized in Ameri- ca, will invade soccer circles here with th: opening of the local dis- trict league next Saturday after- noon. This became apparent when final 'organization was effected to- and C. Wey, formerly a Chinese student it Lehlgh Unl- Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corpora- meeting and made application for entry. While Wey wit I star, lnlj worked bWwlth the soccer squad. He wasVUriibieJto announce the personnePofijhVteam, but promis- ed and Chinese ilritup .ori the field for th: first ganie against the ship- builders siYon. Several Chinese ire employed In the same offices VftWWey, addition to these he expects to muster cev erml from Lehfgh University, and up. the positions with .time or foer1 Chtame student. the University of Pennsyl Vanla _ RING RESULTS PHILADELPHIA, Oct Tom Sharkey, Philadelphia, out-point- ed Willie New Brunswick, N.J., ID a cU-round bout here Saturday night. Terry Mcllugh, Allenlown, I'a'., bad the better of tbo eight-round bout with FranWe Brown, New York, sub- stituting for Pete Herman. (Continned from Front In any' nominated Alexander iotsucoeed him; The brought who k' j I JV1 FAMOUS SHOW HORSE vi 682 711 C54 2047 EXPLOSION Accident Destroys A many horseman is the most promising' tfslr In the country He exhibited them for the first time at Rochester in' September. At their second show, In Brockton, a few days of the.'United .States and' The. Wasp, stepped' on .in. unex pd Costly I Ice Palaces Across Border f .y'lllLAUBliPHIA, were I yesterday in this city to give p Philadelphia a chance to see in aclion ithfe best professional hockey players been i-about "tirouen ot the French senator, '.W. went to'Xthens'iii reientative of posters, on the Aground, establish' unity of; feeling' imo.hg. the Entente' forcer: then, operalipg. iri ..the East. Cohstantine had been accuaeil of" pf overman sympathies, partly-pfl account ot .Prin- cess .Sophie, sister peror Wiliiam of Germany, a'n'd1'it al- so was charged that he had' riot'acted honorably toward thet Allies.: Aleit nder, on Ihe other hand, was reported be .free from pro-German Con'sfaniinlj' lettV A'thenjsl 'aid itbok p bis- residence' took Hie oi ofDce t Athens iu Aug. I9l7-an'd promised to srry out the policy- ot his father. This was said to nave shocked the Entente powers. It soon was report- d that he Was at odds with Premier 'enlrelos and'had refused to abandon Is idea of continuing hjsi father's rogram. raised aH Dlpny S.caulpn of St. Paul, head of bomb -as Charlie Darrle was i j bulfd a arena in Now York it-jft wltb' such force that it literally city, was present at yesterday's meel- blew the-sboe off her lett hind foot [J; 'nBV and.carried away a portion of the hockey, which is thi national hoof. She was taken to a hospital In }J sport pf Canada, has developed rather rioslon and Dr. C. K. Clayton of New ol tho Canadian border'York, was called lo examine her because of the scarcity of suitable ice i which rem'alnefl scarce owing tojtbe vast amount of capital required lp! build a.nd maintain theni. .'But (ce hockey bas been played In J New Tork, Boston, St. sev- eral other cities, and late last winter 14, Pawling.opened, his liiOtJO.OOO -plant In West Philadelphia, eialiy the largest and most .modern in 'thif coun- Philadelphia .will get a- chanceito f aep the swiftest hockey in the Western fi hemisphere. Seahlan, Ihe hockey, pro- motfer, of St. Paul, whor last "season mide'a. trip to Norway with IJobby for a series of lie skating Itb Oscar Maiiesoii, Was in an ...___. conterenco sports- men on yesterday., races When.be arrived there on Thursday morning he found the mare bad diet iho previous evening from nervous exhaustion following the painful In jury. A post-mortem examination showed that the explosion had frae tared tbo bone of tho toot In tbrac places, which would have made i necessary to destroy her, so Dr. Clay ton said yesterday. Tho unusual accl dent breaks up Mr. Atkinson's smal' pair for Ihe coming National Horsi Show in Madison Square Garden. The 0. 9. Is facing an infiat o millions of emigrants from Germany Italy, Poland and other nations. 1 Is estimated. Italians ar seeking domicile thore. governing; the competition are as GOLF-CRAZED EMPLOYERS I BLAMEBFOr BOLSHEVISM 'Don't Let Clubs Get You Too From Your Editor Tells 600 Cham- ber of Commerce DtoehT a contributing edllpf of the Oullook, and George Wilder CartwrlsM. a stale senator of California, spoke at a luncheon giren by tbe Chamber of pommerce. It was attended by COO men. "Holsbevism has spread in tbc state ot Mr. Rogers, "be- cause William p. Haywood vent there and found men who never had been taught. Ainerlcari _ .'citizenship. VTAti his paid'agitators ho inculcated with doctrinei of )V. W. in that Virgin field, "and "the mischief was e.rii Is notitop'.lafi now to remedy the matter. business" men will go out thorot, talk straight from the aboalder to the men and try to make citizens., of them, there would.be no AV.'s In, fivo weeks. -The busi- ness men' ol this country, by their apaShy, .have .allowed bolsbovlsm to creep In.... "Don't golf clubs get.you too far away from your men. Settle differences in your plant without out- side interference.. 1C'you'employ a manager industrial relationB, make .sare he is the type of man who can spit his hands, fcweat." Cartwijgtt took several pot- and raid the idea was fallacious .that the weak man could be helped by taking strength from the strong. He characterized poverty as a disease and said it could be Eradicated only by developing tho man whp'doesn't know how to save. "The'country will leap forward like an; unleashed giant the moment we stop Impeding the captains of in- he concluded. _j. v assiime-tbe onliirjed what was characterized as n obstructive .'Reports of Alexander and .wfflrb -cir- ulated in 'f924r6iitjftho Pfemicr disposed" of theM in''a stkt's-' ment In vhlch he paid tribute to the ing's patriotism. One respect in wltlcli the King and liia Premier were aid to havo been at odda'wae over lie King's morganatic .marriage to a. Jlanoa, 'iflaugtifer''. .fdrmcr aide-de-camp to said to havo taken place in November 1919. No record of the marriage wag obtained owing to the fact "thal.lt was not recorded with the Metropolitan of Athens, iho supreme eccleclastlc authority of ho young King and his morganatic wlto were childhood friends and sweet- rUr. Alexander asserted that be had a right to marry whomever ho pleased and took his bride to the palace in Athens. a storm of dis- cussion which his :wifo that i.h the she went with her motheVajfi sister to live in Paris, and her there the following May. It was announc- ed that'the Greek constitution did not grant enter', apon the mofgSriatic-m'arria'go and that ac- tion by the Greek, parliament would be necessary to-'aetennluo whether Mile'. Manas could become Queen 'ot Greece or remain the King's'official to give uii bis worried Venizelos and there were re- ports that not return to Greece, {jfe diiliso. Greek operations In Thrace in, the summer of 192B, entering which had b'eeu surfend- ercd to thfe Greek a'great On October 3 he was bitten by a .monkey while- endeajyorihg.'.toiprotect hfs dog from an at Jack." His wound1 be- came infected and several: operations fojr the of flesh were perform- ed. His; condition "for-CBT.eral.-'days wia reported to be critical. monkey's attack on King re- calls.a soraewliiil aimllar-upisCKieHhat occurred in the spring of 1919, when the youthful monarch was bitten by a dog which bad been presented to him by an admiring member of the Scot- tish; Roman's eotrijsponflent ,'of ithe Associkteil Press' who visited the King at1 his' palace In Athens at tbat time found the King we'aring his right arm in a El Ing. ,v "Did you shoot Ih'e was asked. replied the King, only a pup, and I decided to give him an- other chance. He bit me only In a playful spirit." The'King at one time was reported ingaged .to an' American! girl. Miss Josephine; .St. Paul, a stenographer employed br the fireek Commission of the American. Ked 3ross'. Indeed it is said that he ac- tually announced his engagement to i the early part of 1919. VERY FINE NECKWEAR There is no question but what a man feels more at ease and. more confident when he has a tie that looks-, "just so." .It's the .one spot of color that stands put clothes. Here, is a selection Ot unusually tracllvo. values; Fine silk- has been used in making They are'Ore nc-w that tie BO well.'.- HOME OF 20TH CJSNTUiiY'BIUUVD GLOTHINQ Alexandra Hotel: Block" .1 Oh Gonier aad sutisetiiiently was to reception'a' and 'tea .'parlies, aU'the idanced the who" tUfA pi flie.- society'at American King Alexander was tall, of medlihn He jlnyariabiy Wore He features, of his toother, Queep Spjiule..1' His education .was' and hs had an excellent commaid of Eng- owned several American cars which be used 'tq'driyf'through the streets ot Athens at high.speed. He persbnally popular imonB his but was not liked by the fol- hla disposed King Constantlne, who were anxious to re-' older man to the throne. Hp exefeiaed little power In the affairs bf hjs country, all state and foreign matters being handled by Premier Vcd'ltelos and his ministers. WANT EXEMPTIONS INOREASEP PRINCE ALBERT, Oct. ''p here last night It was jJecided to pelitlon the provincial gov- ernthent lo increase the exemptions lor.XJvlc income tai to 52.0CM) In Iho paseT.oft married; men and in the .case ol single, men. H. .D. Davis delegate to go to Re- glna.- to present Ihe resolution to the Most of those at tie meeting' were rallwaymen. FATAL SHOOTING REGINA, OcU Uadno, ;ed 17; was accidentally shot and lied bjr 'eotuiJaijiud, .Hetro' Stu-. on, 16, near bis home at Vonda, Sask., unday afternoon. An inquest is; be- ig held. K I. The competition will be tailed The Herald Football Corapellllon. 2..'.Competitors will be entlllcd lo 19 murjy entries as they desire, pro- >ide4 each entry is accompanied by iwenty-Hve .cents, and coupons to the BUmbor ,ot entries. must rfoss oul the names of ibe clubs they think sill lose and cross eut the names o! fjioth If tnoy consider a draw will re- Coupons cap. only be secured (rom the ipbrting page of The Her- monies received will bo re- In'prizes. The amount, ;nnl of-prizes wlH be'publlshea 'ivery" Monday morrilng- tdr that week't-tamea. liesulls ot comiictl- published every .Vi'od- slid cheques lo successful Wni will be malted Immed- iately on.'-rccolpl ol confirmation by Lp Atlilslic News. c. must 'be posted or delivered, lo The Herald before mid- night (in Fridays. A Friday post- mark from nointu outside of tbe eity at Lethbrltlga will be considered as puluinlnt' H legitimate entry. 7. The naroo and address Ol tho omnetitor muat bo clearly marked 311 each coupon. ,3. Sfampn lio used us iayment for onlrloa; 10. All nnlrlcs must bG address- erl to the raitor. Football Competi- tion, llernld, LethbrldGO, 11. The Sriortlug Kditor's dacls- tan will be final. 12. Employees of The Herald are barred from tho competition. MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY TRIUMPHANT MATRIMONY; By 3.-13, Is mMrlage a'encrtss? jllj i say it Is! t If you are plagued by any doubl, forget it! -V -ri' Tho nEkfl ttjlidv to .bo May, how nrid have reason 'loro- grct it. Hut Ihat la Incldenlalf not Dulld up our r.rsii'nenln on mere chances; l Without the sacred ceremony, what Foundation would remain for sweet ro- 'Devoid ol any thrill or gay Illusion If all the players and the plays were From any matrimonial confusion. fres -uilc- H ab'pllabed. who would tare TO'.bo'a.iiirtneMn a'mad (lirlatlon? Klcipement would becomoiR tnnlo nlfalr, neighborhood sensation. ThV.worM dull place, and llfo Would cease lo heyo the glad ap- H-no man ever lovei! anoth6r'n wito Or schemed, (o cause her husband's ciulck Tlio charm tna'l coirrtship1 baa would dis- Appear, Tho stars would cease lo twinkle down -Ihelr courecft If rfiarrlago were a thing for men to fear, Mode so by lack of such things as dl- vorces. .Marrlaec would lose ilsjurc, t bo" aWc must not cease to guard tbe sacred tie; Without It Love would flounder In the Is not her wedding triumph still the high And holy end 'of every girl's And if one marries oltcn, why decide To look upon the mailer aa dlsfressfnl! To marry oven 8nco Is canEO for prido; Tbc oftenor, therefore, the more suocess- ful. REAL LUCK It Is belter jiot to need a home than to UNBEATABLE can't the man who beginfl, as. as his last'Jhaneo.ia ''''to take advanlajte ol lha heit ,one. VHIRLED TO DEATH BY SEPARATOR BELT LAC LA TJICHE, Oct. rcand, juhiori a farmer Big Bay, orth of Lac Bicbe, vas instantly illed on Saturday morning when he as caught in the belt: of a grain eparator on his threshing machine. tier tbe belt bad come off the pul- ey Arcana" was engaged In'putting it on again when'It caught him Avhlrleil him' to idstant death. and PHONE M6 410 FIFTH STREET 1-W Service Station Serrice Station tor (he famous K-W Mifaetot.' All ol EugMtoit colli re- paired. Fan stock ot tit- ricd. All wort (nsnatMd. MAONET8 RECHARQCb Tbe Ray Dedric Cp. til 4th PHONE n'.j Herald Football ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED OCT. 30. CLOSING DATE OCT.' 29. MIDNIGHT' First Division i -Albion vs. HuddersfTeld. Sun'derland vs. Bradford. United vi.'-Aston Preston vs. Manchester United, Burnley vi. .'Spurs. Arsenal -vs.' Derby. i vs. NeweasUe.. Everton vs. Liverpool. Third Division Brentford vs. Southampton. Brighton Palace GIIKngham Millwall. VVatford Plymouth. Swtndon vs. EMter. Queen's ParK vs. Swansea; Portsmouth vs. Newport. 1 enter the Herald Football Com- petition In accordance with' the rules and conditions announced above, and agree to accept the pub- lished decision as Seal and legally binding. Signed Address haveilbenjifund! at- the Double sole, comfortable, eaay that give you comfort ,wlth every step: Uladc by tbo best makers, tho "Slater" and "Yalo." Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back. LOUIS KEEL SHOP'OP FASH JON CLOTHES AND TUB FLOKSHK1M SHOE) OLIVER BLOCK 318 nJTH.SI, ;