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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBB1IWE DAILY HERAIJ? QgTOBEfi r BRINGING UP FATHER J By G. HcManus I. TELEPHONE BOOTH "HONE JAM FOR Quick Service Best Attention TRV The Silver Grill .OPEN DAY AND NVOHT Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY JN STEAKS We Aim to Pltaif OUR COFFEE BEST IN TOWN 6th Ave. GETTING READY FOR HOCKEY On Friday night real work will commence on organlijng Hockey team la connection with ttie'G.' V. A. A genera! hockey meeting been called for'thit night In the C. W. V. A. club rooms at 8 o'clock for all ttiose In team. AM will be remembered, the Vetcrahc brought glory to Leth- bridge on Ice last winter and they are dealroua of having a first class Uam again this winter. Pros- peels are for much better city league. So far as the rink is con- K will be in shape for the cold weather within a short time. CONDEMNS ALBERTA HOCKEY LEAGUE Bob Pearson" of Calgary May Be Head of AVestern Canada League (Calgary Albertan.} Capt Robert one of Can- ada's foremost sport boosters, may be the next president of the Western Canada Baseball League. The league is to he-Id Its'annual meeting at Sas- katoon on Saturday, .when .Mr.. Pear- BOO will be boosted for the 'presiden- tial position by delegates represent- ing and Regina, so it is altogether probable that tho elec- tion will be Mr Pearson has 'been a" lesfler in sport for many years, as a player iti football, baseball, track and field events and other branches ot athletics in'.'his younger days, while In recent years he has been closely associated acan official in numerous club's and .leagues. He is at'present president ofjthe Alberta Big The .Western, Canada Base-, ball League will-make no mistake in electing him as president. Dr. Birch will represent the Cal- gary Baseball, Ltd., at the annual meeting This organization will hold 1W annual meeting at Bill Lent'B office tonight i-The Western Canada Baseball League annual meeting Is bound to be of-more Importance than ever fore. In all probability all the clubs will're-enter the league. There was some talk ol Winnipeg dropping out, but 'this'Tnmor has been Winnipeg, it is understood, is'to have a jElob supported by many-of the lead- riuilneistnen of that city who will biflld rrp a new'plant second "to none itt mianrjjtagiie. (a. a. cMUral location. VICTORIA, Oct. the annual, meeting of the Vic- toria senior amateur hockey -I association, held .hare last night, a resolution was unani- mously adopted, condemning the doings of the Saskatche- wan amateur hockey associa- tion and tha Big Four Hockey League of Alberla, which are charged In the resolution with making no attempt to conduct their senior leagues along ama-' tenr lines. NEW TORK, Oct. The figlit between Jack Dempsey and Georges Carpentier for the heavyweight championship of of Ihe world, will b held in Hav- ana, Cuba, it was announced here today. THE FIRST PRIZE Heads list With 10 E. Dunk Second With Nine Correct Guesses E VICTOlilA, B.C., Oct. s prepared-tq play Orangevllle, cham- iohs of the; Ontario amateur lacrosse "nion, at'ariy.tlmiB'fdr tha Mann cup. to make the rip neit month the locals will field bnt 'the officials here recom- mend a post pnnem ent of the series ntil neit spring, owing to the uncer. aintjr of the A reply to this effect has been sent o Jo9 Lally, chairman of the Mann up trustees, who sent the wire to President Ed. Christopher of the ViC orja. on; behalf of _prangevllle. A Pro. Lacwsse "8COTTY" MeRAE DEAD TORONTO, Ont., Oct "Spotty" MeRae, one Of bes known boxers in Canada, died in the sanatorium' f or consumptives in Ham litqn yesterday, al the age of 35 lie had won fights from Halifax to .Vancouver, both amateur and profes aional. He was born In Glengarry Ont. CANADIANS BEAT HAY AND'WARDON DIXIE, Que., Oct; the hole match here yes-. helweftn Harry and Ted Hay, the British golf .'champions, and 0. B, Grler end Charlie Murray, local play- era, toe latter won by 3 up and to' ptay. Murray made a of 18 holes In 71 which i neither, Vardon nor-Kay could Triumph Over Y. M. C. A. Bj Score of Overcom iirg Lack of Weight Flaying against a team that on the ce of it looked like .a Bare winne e High School last night won ai! her Tlctory in the city basketball ague. The score was thlrty-fpnr to lirty-two. The game waa played on ic .YiM.CA: floor and. the improve-, ents made in the Boor made playing inch easier. Although George Yonng.was absent le.students put np fast game. As VANCOUVER, B.C., Oct. izatlon of an International protessiona laqroate league ol clnbs trorn Vancou ver and Seattle Is being planned fo next year.' One lacrosse league, a! ready operating, will play tho chair pious of the new orgfinizatlon for th western title. Billy it is reporteil. ha boon signed as playing manager for th Seattle team. Several years ago U was considered tie fastest fioiucr game. In 191L he was the star of th Vancouver Mlnto Cup team. Con Jones, Vancouver sports pro moter, Is backing the new league an has contracted for a new park for th games. Arrangements are IjoinK made bring the Shamrocks of Montreal the coart for a lluce-gamn scries nox Slay. PROFESSIONALS TIED 1 WEST BEND, Intl.. Oct. Brady of Detroit and Charles Mayo, Chicago, were tied for Orel place la tl professional golf tournament irhlc was' finished here yesterday. Herald Football Competition governing Ihe competition are as follows: In the seventh. Football Competi- Ion for games played October 23rd, R. !mith is the winner ot the first prizo, 3. Dunk the 'sefcond, and the third prize is divided' between Eeveu com- petitors. The prize money this week is J20.00 for SO entries, first second ?6.00, third Tor ten correct 'forecasts, the first prize goes to fl. Smith, 727 16th St.; N., City.- The second prize of ?6.00 for nina correct is won by E. Dunk, 302 19th St, Seven share tie third prize ot li.OO for eight correct; each receiving 60 cents: Mrs.-Rr Smith, 727 St., K., City. Mrs. Wm. Wbyte, 1913, 8th Ave., N., City. N. Hall, 529 12th .A.N., City. G. H. McGinnesra40 19th St., City. Geo. Field, 1618 2nd Aye., A.N., City. H: City Police, City. Mrs. J. C. Hooker, Natal, B.C. Is.your entry in for this week? 7ou have till tomorrow night to get your entry in for this week's competi- tion. Don't forget it. SPORTS PLANNED ;U (From Our Own Correspondent) CLAIIESHOLM. Oct. Great War Veterans propose holding a cele- bration" on November llth. The pro- gram will consist of a football match, races and other games and spWs.-.The day will bo finished by a dance'lh the. Oddfellows' hall. The Claresnolm Curling Club held their semi-annnal meeting in the coun- cil chambers, on Thursday last. Ar- rangements for the coming winter were made anil the membership prom- ises to be one tho largest on re- cord. (Coctlaned From Front Page.) REGINA'S DELEGATE -KEGINA, Oct. B. H Snilh has been named'local delegate attend Western which will be held in Saskatoon on Whence arrived at tte Third Avenue Method let Church shortly after three- thirty a vast assemblage ot citizens, a majority of .whom were ladies, was waiting 10 meet the, leader" Ot the opposition. 'The reception continued until 5 o'clock with a steady stream of citizens pouring in and out Ot the reception chamber, all told, well up- wards of a thousand people met and shook bands.with the Hon. Mr. King and his associates during 'the after- noon. Tonight the Hon. Mr. King and Wll- Duff, M.P., for LUnenburg ad- d.'Vsaed an: audience' that packed the Third Avenue Methodist Church to the street and this IE aald to be the larg- est church west ot the Great lakes. Demand an Election .SASKATOON, Oct. an audience ot probably 2500 people, com- pletely filling the Third -Avenue Methodist Church of this city, the OH, BOY! Gee, but it's great to hear the roll cash register hitting on all; the sales are coming.quiet and fast, everybody's on the. Job, full of pep and it a grand and glor- ious feeling? There's a giro value' for the money. BERT KESTER'S M E N S H OP HOME OP 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner I ?T Saturday. It was announced here to- tJ. T In a" Probability Bill Speas amsi: that was worthy of a larger hD m3aasfT oi tho ,ocal ieam of spectators. -City league m j82l tball this winter Is going to be astetball uite attractive and fans should'wake p to, that tact. Young Kesler took, .George Young's lace on the High School team. This cam was considerably outclassed aa o' size but- they s haa Ihehrcfitnblna- ipn workine.well, which helped to vercome this hanSlcap to a.large.et ent. an find A basketball pw and ttOyfeared. Ir. Petley, work Secretary, of he T.if.C.A. mado nfs Erst appsir-' rice as 3 basketball player In Leth- brldge last night. Clarence Jackson was also a new lace for tho Y.M.C.iC ift. Mcllvena and other two Glass wero the Dr. E. B. Cralgbead, editor and pub- Isher of Xevr Northwest, and. former president ot the state untrjrsltjvdled at Mlssonla, Mont. SUNDAY BASEBALL EMPTIES Hon. Mackenzie King, Its leader; by Wm. Duff; M.P., and O. Turgeon, M.P., who supported the opposition leader or. the platform. Hundreds ot other men and women were unable to se- cure even standing room In the build- ing. "The real Issue In declar- that they had not recovered from .the nervous strain of the war." Mr. DnfTs i answer twas tha( the people ..were sate and esne, but that the 'members .ot the government were euHering from political hysteria due to the factjthat thef-bad teea weighed la the bitaoce and forfnd( wanting r McLeod, aged 18, school on Eredcricton road, parish ot Sallihary, N. B., is dead, and. Dal- bert Wilson, and hia sister, Annie Wil- son, are seriously Injured as tho result of an automobile accident which curred Saturday night. resentatlve parliament." The Liberal leader was severe in his criticism ot the Melghen" administration In falling to grant a and his party M.P-ij'.-for fLUnenburg, N.S., the first 'speaker, paid particular attention-to James Calder, Who IB touring the west with Premier Melglen in the interests of the Ub- and the building is.oflwed-for sale. The populace waslfsb '.'crazy" about Sunday baseball that attendance drop- ned .pttv.to Bothlngf.- ANNUAL MEETING ALBERTA HOCKEYISTS The. annual meeting, of the Alberta Amalear Hockey. Asso- ciation will Pal- llaer hotel. Calgary, at 10 o'clock on Saturday morning r.e.tt. v PHONE 6M '.VA fewj dayB said MrJ sDnff, "in a question ae to why the government- not Dissolve parlia- ment and appeal to the electors, Hon. Mr, Calder is.reported to have said that the people were not in' a fit frame mind' to raake a proper 1. Tho tompetlllon will be called The Herald Football Competition. 2. Competitors wm bo cntlllsd to M many entries as they tie tire, pro- vided each entry is accompanied by twenty-five -cents, tind coupons to Ihe number of entries, 3. Competitors must cross out the names o! the clubs they think pflll lose and cross out the names of it they will re- mit, '4. Coupons can only secured from sporting page of Tho Iter- receiveil'wlll dirnsd fa irtzee, Tbo amount unit numbers of prize! wll! bo published svery Monday morning for that games. Results, of campetfc pnbUihed ernry Wed- nesday and cheques to auccfualul will bo mailed Itnmed- aloly oh'receipt of confirmation by the Athletic News. 6. All entries must lie posted er delivered to The Herald before mid- night on Fridays. A Friday Diark from points outside ot the city ot will be considered as containing a, legllimato entry. ,Tho name and, address, of tho nviist'bo clearly marked on each coupon. S, Stamps inuH cot bo used as Jajfrnent-for entries. if to. Al) Jenlrles rauBf ho'.ao'drdsa- ed to tho Ir'dltOf, t'OotbaH'Competi- tion, Herald, I.eUibrldge. 1L The Sporting Editor's decis- ion will be final. 12.-, -Erpployeas of The Herald aro birred from the competition. MORE TRUTH THAN POETRY 410 FIFTH STREET K-W Service Station Service Station 'for 'the raraoni K-W All makes of magnetos, (eneraton, colls re- paired. Full itock of repair aa- rled. All work guaranteed. RECHARGED Herald Football ENTRY FORM GAMES PLAYED OCT. 30. CLOSING DATE OCT. 29. MIDNIGHT Flrat Division Albion HudderatUld. Sunderland va. Bradford. 'Sheffield United vo. Aatan Villa. Pretlon va. Maiieheiter''United. Burnlty .'Spun. Araenal va. Bcrby. Bradford ya. Neweaatle. Everton va, Liverpool. Third bivltlon Brentford va. Southampton. Brfghton va. Palace va. Raiding. Qllllnghim j Watford va. Plyrriouth. Swlndon va. Queen'a Park va. Porttmoirth va. Newport. I enter the Herald Football potltlon In accordance with the rules and conditions' announced above, and agree to accept the pub. llshed decision as final and ,THE REFLECTIVE COMMUTER S. E. KISEB, For many years I've caught the seven-ten, Tbe train on which meel Smith, Jones and brown: f A (ace claims my notice, now and then, Tho visage of some stranger In our town; Hut, as a ntle, 1 kboW one By sight, thai is; and not, course, by Through Winter, Spring, and Summertime and Fall Tho crowd appears to be about (ho some. The lonely woman wllh the wlstlul eyes, The thin young chap who seems to have one lung; The ancient and botewelod fop who tries To make tho world believe ho still is young; The little lady with the blrd-llko beak, Tho iauglilng girls, the BOlcran-looXini; men, .The fat.and and ttie l seo them atwftysjoh'tlie scvei-ten. and I missed It yeslorday, And fonntt the world all changed strange and now; Not ono familiar countenance to The trainmen reemed unfriendly-to toe, realized how 'irnall', f My" orbit was, how clrciimscrlbed my view; I used to think the ReVen-len (o-ik all Humanity (o fsnt Soroo day I'll: have to take For destination, stlll'iihtnowni I wonder If I then shail look in vain For faces on which friendly looks nro shownf Perhaps I'll find things now and strange, or by j j Somo friendly voice be greeted now.ami then, Forgetting at my journey's end thai 1 Will not b'e missed upon the cevorHon.- The Roy Electric Co. 511 4th Avenue Seuth PHONE 785 FASHION CRAFT SUITS AND OVERCOATS A good clothes ment at' You want the most In style and In .wear for Clolhes.fnoney. You get It hefc. Fashion Craft Suits and Overcoats for Business Mcd or Young- stylish, all-wool, carefully tailored, and with long eliminated at the feature price, of M5. There no naed for us to enlarge on the real-economy lo bo found In I'aalilon Craft Clothes. Anyone who has worn them will tell you that they glvo.more days satis- factory wear for each dollar Invested than any Clothes made. Coma In and se'fl the new weaves and. pat tcfnn at this moderate price of at to KEEL SHOP OP FASHION CfeAFT CtOTHE3 ;