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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VACE SIX THE LErKHIUDGK PAlL.'r "MONDAY, APRIL 5, BRINGING UP FATHER I- By G. McManus THE AOUAHUJM- YOU eu; voofiQT rue I'M NOT COIN THEM -ITS) TOO NlXH TROUBLE. TO OREWi UO- I feuSE TO Ct T A Drop of 30 per cent in Gasoline j .Tho Canadian Gsa Baring Oovicc gaahiaieea to 30 per cent, of your gas bill. say It does better. Fits all can an! tractors. Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH 3RD 8T. S. PHONE Palace scrambled home against Swan- i'ea, being behind' at bait time. Al- though Ihe premier position lies be Portsmouth ani co-sui Palace. objects to Taking University tin none cf til f n l-ft Players Off Y. M. C. A. Team h bridge mittee of Five to Decide About Game. i important changes may still take plate. Freucli international rugby Justified the good things said o! them in contests with othor countries this season, Saturday's victory proving ihoin to he a superior side in every phase of play, v Were Too Good For Bradford in South- era League Expected LONTJON. April Broiu- seems to bars made fairly sura ot ,the First Division championship and. proved themselves much too good In the second half Satur- day. Burnley, who woro four fouita behind Hroir.wkh, gained a narrow victory over the Arsenals and fully deserved tho load of one f oal at the interval scored by Weaver five min nles' aftor the start.' The Arsenals felt; tho effect of the 'heavy ground niter hall time. Anderson again scor- ed for Burnley, and Fagnall made goal from the breakaway for Ar- CbeUea can scarcely 'nope to dc- Broaiwlch from the posi- tion; they now occupy. They did not give a particularly b-.ililant display airalnst -Manchester Oityi although Cook scored tho'only .goal 'of the inAlch, taking advantage of tho soli- tary; chance open to litre. Aston Villa had little difficulty egalnst Notts County, have had a poor season and are in some danger to relegation to the Second Division. Tottenham kept well ahead of all rivals In the Second Division, their game against Stoke of the. most thrilling battles on their own grounds this season. Stoko, however, often overplayed Tottenham during the first half and with more luck or extra steadiness in front of goal might have led at half time.' Their efforts throughout the game deserved a more generous fate. Good. Recovery Uudderefield made a remarkable recovery wbtn, with liireo goals down i points to 7. at time, they drew level with Barnslev. Birmingham again proved their merit by visiting Port Vale and gaining a convincing vlclory, hut LONDON, Apill Canadian Associated Country foot- ball results toduy follow: First Division Villa 3, Notts County I. Bradford 0, West Bromwich A. 4. Burnley 2, Arsenal 1. Chelsea 1, Manchester C. 0. Liverpool 3, Derby County 0. Manchester U. 1, Bolton Mlddlesbrb'1, 1 Xewcastle U. If Sheffield W. 1. Oldham A. 0, Blackburn Itove'rs 0. North Knd 5, Sunderland 2. Sheffield U; 0, Bradford City 0. Second Division Barnsley 3, Huddersneld 3, 1, Leicester Fosto 0. Clapton Orient 3, Orlmsby Town 0. Hull City 0, Bristol City 0. Leeds City 1, Birmingham 3. Lincoln City 0, Fulhaui 1. Xoltlngham.P. 3, Covenlry..C..l. 'South Shields'6; 2. St'ockport 0, Blackpool 0. Tollenham Hotspur 2, Stoko 0, Wolverhampton 1, 1. Southern League Brighton and H. S, Swlndon Town fl. Brentford 2. Southampton 2. 'Crystal Palace 2. Swansea Town 1. Northampton 3, Eieter City 1. -Norwich City 1, Luton Town 1. .Newport: City 3, Quean's Park R: 0. Bristol Rovers 0. Porbmouth 0, Cardiff C. 0. South End U. 0, Glll'lnglmm I. Scottish League Albion Hovers 6, Hearts Ayr 0, Aberdeen 0. Clyde 2, Kllmarnock 1. Dumbarton 0, Falklrk 0. Dun.doe" 2, Hamilton 1. Hibernians 1, Lanard 2. Motherwall 4, Morton 3. Melting Pot Edmonton It not Uklng chances of losing the baikctball championship this yt-r. They trying to twlrj In t bunch of best players In the northern city as a matter of fact Ltthbcldgc. Crci'cr and Butehart won the Y.M.C.A. games from Calgary for their new team. Croiter and Rut- chart faced Lethbrldge on behslf ?f the University of Alberta and now the Y.M.C.A. wxnts to ring them In on the championship games. Whether will eo and play for the championship of the basketball of the province or not now JE [n the hands ot a committee of fire Two members are la Edmonton, one In Calgary, one In Lcthbridge, and one in Medicine Hat. Judge Jackson and C. E. Haco are members. tethbrldse objected to being put np against the team of all stars that Ed monton faced Calgary with, and Ed inonton wanted to force Lethbridge to play them. An appeal was made to C. E. Race, who was of Iho same opinion as Letbbrldge and the result of the negotiations was tbc appoint- ment of the committee. Lethbrldge has already played one "championship gatno wlta the Y. M. C. A. team of Edmonton and it Is the same team they are supposed to meet: hi Edmonton. Instead ol this team, Edmonton wants to play the cracks of t lie University team, who-won the games from Calgary. It Is likely that no word will be received In Lcthbridgel until the middle of this week.-.'' Should Edmonton continue in its de- termination to play the ringers it is quite likely that Lethbridge will giro them the go-hy and claim the- provin- cial chamuionEhip. Lethbrldge Is raiting a cry about this and maintain rightly should crUy be called on to meet the Edmonton Y.M.C.A. team as composed when .Leth- brldge defeated thim before.' Albert Zarcmfea It making the bowierc In Ltthbrldga lit Up and take notice. .Although young both at the game and In years he is Knocking the down for some high acorei. On Saturday night Dominion he rolled nine 'strikes In suecesilon and spared'Out with a score of 278. He rolled' fourteen games that day with an average of 204. WorM Shamrock HI Takes Water at Sail tor America Without Escort SOUTHAMPTON'. April Thomas Upton's 23-metre Shamrock ill., which will be used id the tuning up races with Shamrock IV., the Am- erican cup challenger, off Sandy Hook this spring, was launched here today. Sha had been in. drydock during vthe winter. Tho launching took place in the presence of Sir Thomas and Char- In E. designer of the chal- atlas yacht. Shamrock III., will utt tor.'Am-' erica on April 7 without eicort. The trial boat ban been jury-rigged as a ketch, for the Toyage. Before being put In the water the had deepened aud .was-.ctherwisft Improved with-the idea of making her filter In windward work. i Capt. Alfred Dnpor of Sonthimp- toc, in command of tha yacht, and ny vMDir- ic among the members ot the crew, OLYMPIC COUHbh.IS win sail the Shamrock III., will bo seven members of his family. A POINTER FOR THE HOW MANY TIMES- Have You Gone Away From A Store1 Disgusted? If you are one of the big fellows and wear ex- Ira large sizes in clothing and furnishings, how many times has it happened that, ypu have trouble in getting fitted? We make a specialty in big men's sizes. Try us "Big Fellows" the next time you need some- thing to wear. MEN'S SHOP OFjJOth CENTU.RY CLOTHING AtEXrVNORA HOTEL (BLOCK i PHONE ON THE CORNER MELLOR WINS BIG MARATHON FROM CHIC, SELECTED; ONE HILL IS ONLY OBSTACLE AKTiVERP, April coarse for the Olympic marathon race, the principal individual event of Die Olym- TO DETROIT; pic has been officially selected and promises an. excellent test for the DETROIT, Mich., April long distance runners of the." world. L. Metier of the Logan Square A. C.! The start of the' race, provisionally" set Chicago, marathon champion of the for August 23, will be made from American expeditionary forces, on Ibo royal palace at Laekcn, just .out- _________ Saturday, won the Auto City marathon. side Brussels, nnd-the finish will ha I from Pontlac to Detroit..-.. His time the Olympic, stadium at Antwerp. NEW April chances'was two houre, 30 minutes and four The distance will be 26.56 miles: There of the New York Giants basobaii team i seconds, IB ona hill, of not more tliau 1 pur In the 1620 penrianf race will Willie Kronen, of New York, fin- nlmost entirely on how Manager Mc-jished seconu In Third and ELECTRIC WELDING We have the most up to date welding shop '.in. Southern Al- berta. We have an Acetrhne welding and cutting equipment and one of the Canadian Gener- al; Elcctrlc's largest, electric- welding plants, .io. d.o'gooti Iwb'rk'aiiu" at' a milch lower' price. Lawford Welding Co. 2nd Avt., Opp. Lethbridge Hotel Phone 1544 .Graw-'s infield experiment turns out. i fourth places were taken respectively With a pitching staff, catching depart- by Sidney Hatch, Illinois A. C., ment arid ranks with Michael Dwyer, Mohawk A. C., New in the Is tho InBcld York, which must boar the: brunl .-the If the Giants- fail- 'cbmo cent, tho'only obstacle thai competitors will have to surmount CAM DEN, N. Her- man, bantamweight champion, defeat-, eil "Knockoul" Joe O'Donnell of.Glou- N. J., In an eight-round'bout i.iuiuc, nou -i, .iiunvu j.. ihera last night. O'Donnell-put-up a Queen's Park 0, Partlck Tlilatle 1. i "ght and made Herman extend himself to get tho popular decision. Willie Jackson, New York, showed superiority all tho way In en eight- round bout with Ralph Brady of Syra- Ralth Rovers 1, Clydebani 3. Rangers 0, Alrdrleonlans 2. St. Mlrren 0, Celtic 2. Rugby Results LONDON, April Canadian Associated rugby inter- Jack Perry, Pitlsburg, nut-iought national match today resulted in a viclory for France over Ireland by 17 Blackpool only shared Stock-port. points with Cardiff's visit lt> Portsmouth proved YACHTSMEN GATHER VERMILUOX, Ohio, March 3 Joe Welsh, Philadelphia, substituting for "Irish" Patsy Cllne; who Is said to be ill. Sergl. Ray Smith, Caniflcn, N. J., and Clay Turner, SI.. Paul, Minn., a draw. Yachtsmen from nil ports ot tho Great Lakes under (be jurisdiction of the Inler-Liikb Yachting association, are j the match of tho day In Southern I expected to gather here today In the. League, tho game being drawn, was'annual spring meeting of the aasocla-j moral snccess for Cardiff. Crystal; lion. STARS OF FALCONS PLANS TO FOSTER GAME IN ICELAND (Toronto Globe) After the Olympiad hockey seric-a through during the coming season. PENNSYLVANIA WILL MEET YAIJ ON RIVER SCHUYLKILL SATUR. JOHNSON TO FIQHT FULTON OR MORRIS during the race. PHILADELPHIA, April Yale and Pennsylvania rowing crows J will meet on the CchuylMII river l.te thla afternoon in their annual eight- oared shell races. The Junior "Var. ally will lake tho water first, followed Immediately by th6' 'Varsity event, Tho course Is a mlla and ftve-slv- teenlhs. A close conlest Is eipected. WILLIAM T. TILDEN WON INDOOR SINGLE TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP OP U, S. A- NEW YORK. April T. Tildcn, of Philadelphia, won the national Indoor singles tennis cham- orer the Falcons will visit the} Plonship here yesterday. The winner proved too fast for the young tllle omes of their ancestors In Iceland. Prasik Frciierlckson, who Is an avln- or of experience, has signed a six perence, as sg s onltis' contract [o fly for tho Icelau- 1 beating him lie Aero Company, and ho states thill n all probability 'ho will, remain In celsnd, where- ho hopes to foster lockcy. It would be a crownlnB ach- cvcmcnl for him it he could make tho port as popular In the Far Northland as It Is in Canada. Perhaps some day n tenm of "goollcs" will visit this country in search of tho world's title. Frcderlckgon'fl plans are K0t, how- holder, Vincent Itlchards of Yonkers, In three atrslgbl MEXIOAH. Lower California, April Date, brother-in-law of Gov- ernor Kutaban Cantube, announced that Jack Johnson, who is In Moxlcall, ha- Elapsed vrith a syndicate repre- sented by Dato to put on a ftaltli bout i will trj' to get 1 Carl lo box Johnson. ,YANKS .GOINS ,'Fla., The Yanks wind 'up their Jackspnvlllp stay with n game with Uropklyn Ihls atternoon. On Sunday both cl.ub8.wlU- break cnmp and start on a trip north, j SEATTLE PLAYS TIE WITH TORONTO TEAM TORONTO, April tho Pacific Coast hockey champions, and runners-tip In tho final contest for the Stanley cup Ottawa; played nn exhibition gtme here Baturday night KgRfntt A mixed team comprised chief: ly of local players. The game was not -very exciting arid wax wltaesned by a small crowd. It ended In a Ho, and there was no overtime played. COES TO AUSTRALIA LONDON', April G. W. V, CITY G. W, V. TRANSFER J. KERR, Prop, and Light Hauling Office at Auto Depot Phone 1143 Street 6. SERViCE DAY AND 'NI.QHT'. Phone 1858, Office 405 3rd Aye. S., Lethbr'dge, AJberti Ride In McLaunhlin Special, It costs no more, ever, very popular with [ho Falcons, nnd Ihoy claim (hat he will not re- main In Icr-Ianil any longer than they WESTERN FOOTBALL ASSOC. OF'ONTARIO trails Saturday, to oppose Felton on thR Paramatta rivor for Ihc world's sculling championship at tho end of AuguHt. He wda accbhipanied by Hob a Newcastle sculler. H..V. RnFfi of Herno Hlil, won the Loridon-to-firlfton walking conlCHt Jack Kill Jack LETHBRIDGE TAX! FOURTH AVE. 3., BEAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 WITH PROVINCIAL BODY 1" S hours, 15 minutes, agalnet his own lime of S hours; H inlmiics, In 1309. WOODSTOCK. Ont, April annual meeting of the Western Fool' ball nnsoclallon was herd In this city yesterday. A big nnd Important Horn was tho decision lo affiliate tho Weat- will, Gnodmin promises that when ;orn football Association with iho On AARON STERN DIED JN CINCINNATI the Falcons return, Freiierlckson wll Ilio Drat to disembark, BODBIE INJURED CINCINNATI. O., April Footbal) Association. This will j moan that all senior teams wishing Associatlcn club, died here fo' enter sonlnr comreflflons for Ontario Curing Mr. ownership Service Station for tho fnhious Masnclos. All makca of magnetos, coils re- paired. Full stock of repulr parts car- ,ried. All (vorli guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHA.IGEO The Roy Electric Co, E18 4tti Avenue Soulh PHONE 735 OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Serrlco on Country Phones 787 Resltlenct 1210 TOHON'TO, April Rowe, Seattle's clover defense player, who was injured on Thursday night In tho final came with Otlawn for the Stan- Icy cup championship, will not play tjn'r.-hj nealnsf the Toronto All-atara. Mdnagor Miildoon Etaled this after- nnrm ihat Ills cyo waa EO painful that H would be Impo.isrolo lo nso Me Itrt Inet night for his homo In Biirrle. nickcy is also Indisposed, but will lino up with hlE team. HAMILTON TIQER-S WIN Cr.KVKLAND, 0., April Tig- fri. of Hamilton, Out., dnftaled tho Cleveland hockoy tearti 4 to 3 in an I orcrlimu tame lietc i-at night. J Football Association and Dominion Knolball Ansoclatlon finals will bn ob- liged to play slriclly accordlris to Ontario Koolball Association ft Ihn ClnclnnAtf s'soclallon team won th6 pennant In 1882. MATHEW HHINTYRE DEAD FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION WANTS TO GET IN D, F. A. BBTItOIT, Mich.. April 4 j Mclntyro, a lafl fleldor with tho Ho- trolt Americans from to 1910, j died here last night of Influenza, !lo 0 i to years old. Mclntyro also play- OAIXJARY, April A1- with the Chicsgn Wlilto SOT. nnd berta Poolball Asaoclallon at flatter leaving tho majors managed clnbs in Iho Western and Southern leagues. its annual meelini? Saturday de- cjded to apply for with the Dominion Football As- KooUtlan. mado for elisr.-.plo-uhlp eerlei among seniors, and junlora, PITT8BURO HOCKEY TBAM WINS PITTgBURQ, April bnnr Athletic moclntlon haelvr team the Kitchener (cam of Kit- Oat, kire loaifht, 5 to i. We Have Intlalled a Full Equip, ment for Repairing IliTOMGIILE Con hnnd.19 all mnkcs of cr.rs Expert Hot Air Furnnce Work FREEL ELLIOTT Sheet Metal Workers 336 6th 81. Soulh Phone The Most Popular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Disemcnt, Kntr.inco on Slzth Street. ;