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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THK LEIHBBIPGE DAILY HKKALD WEDNESDAY, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus WE I WE COME CACK TO THi-b THE O A Drop of 30 per cent, in Gasoline The Cimtilin Gu String Device to 19 per- cent, of your gae bUL eay It better. Fits all cars and tractors. Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVE. 3RD ST. I PHONE UK IN OF Prince of Wales' Racer In Canada NEW YORK, April Times tbia monilDK says: "Tho horses which the Prince of Wiles will race during the coming seaeoa on Canadian tracis are now at Canadian port. The greater num- ber of the horses are maidens 'and Calgary Ball Moguls Seek To Hnre Controlling Body Appointed The organization of tho Alberta Baseball Association is an Important off-schedules the eligibility ot players. I Local Leagues Successful Amateur basebaii Eai tjcen run quite successfully in different cities wm harrier for tbo first time and towns In Alberta, but at tht arriving OD this side or tho At- close of tho schedule, there has al- imtic. However, a number of the ways beet a great denLof quibbling thoroughbreds have raced In England about dates for championship scries n understood the Prince Land Invariably tho plans are tin-' to use some ot the stock for breeding I satisfactory, often resulting In a purposes, but this will not interfere grand big mlx-ny before tbe whole with ills racing plans for. tb.9 coming competition is finished, Tho Alberta summer. Baseball Association would handle "j, Carlyle, who is in charge of the the details of that sport, some as tho prince's Albena ranch. Is now travel Alberla Hockey Association, r.ad It ling eastward to superintend the un vronld be necessary for all leagues loading of tbo racers." lo Join this body, In order to be In- cluded in provincial play-offs, or be eligible for .Dominon championship lourabments. Amateur baseball officials In othor cities and towns ot this province have oiten expressed themselves as being In favor of the organisation of such an association to govoni baseball, anil It is lively that the definite sugges- body will ba Bad Outlook For Visit of English Team MONTREAL, April ones has definitely given op all icpeg of prevailing upon any )ld Country soccer team to go on a trip through Canada, ac- cording to information received here today. He will return' on April IS. OLD COUNTRY RUGBY RESULTS tlon of forming such heartily endorsed and a matter covr occupying tho attention of of the moguls will be summoned be- LONDON, April Aaiodated followln rugbv games, played today, resuHo conference a5 follows: tore long. Calgary Herald. NEW YORK IDEA OF "OVER 'OWE" NEW. YORK.-VL'nder tbe "Caah.nnd English The, Ev- comments editorially as follows: "The Sheffield Wednesday which epunds like a bridge club, but] tbe baseball moguls- It is essential that such a governing' body should be formed In this province for the ar- ranging of playoff series and to form- ulate n definite codo of rules to be followed out in Alberla generally. Such an association could be linked up with !ho Dominio? Baseball As- fiociaiion and an annual playoff ertaijgcu tbe provinces Vr'ould tend to stimulate Interest In amateur ball. It Is understood that (ho Calgary baseball league Is en- deavoring to promote Interest In the association, and C. A. Hoyden, presl-, dent of tho league, already hud I news of tbe transaction Involving Mr. several communications from the I Wilson tells of the payment of president of tho Dominion 000 by the Evcrton Soccer Club for lion urging that this province afflll-1 two players. .lie frith the Canadian executive! "Thus, it would appear that profes- sional sport in all its financial Insld- iousness has invaded England, and we may yet hear of a transaction equal In magnitude to this 'Babe' Ruth trftiJc. "Apparently England changed its Ideas. Professional soccer tennis draw crowds which make American baseball crowds seem email, and Northern Union Hndderstield 34, Hull lu. Dewsbury 12. Kelgbley 5. Halifax 30. Bradford -Northern 0. Leeds 13. Batllcy. S.V Rugby Union The Melting Pot HeNanphton Cap Hangs in the Balance- in After Season Bonspie! on the Alder- syde Line Bath 8. Swansea S, Neath 3. Newport 35, Abertlliery 0. Bristol 16, Lydnsy 3. really is the 'cellar' organization am- j Cardiff 41, Headlngly 3. ong England's soccer paid IJanelly 40, yrehbert 3. tor George Wilson, thr centre haft-back of tbe The same- cablegram which brings ia tho worlt al bring- IDE tho amateur champions together !u the post-season scrlej. Endorsed by Officials Different members of the Albert a branch of the Amateur Athletic Union ot Canada hare endorsed this suggestion and stops are being lafcen fierce hae become the competition ibat baulr-'iiccounls are drawn upon in throughout this province to develop it I oilui. iiutuuiub alt; iiimn n] 'earn, thai show anemic flclals will be hsld at a central point a B' before long to discuss tbe feasibility tbe plans. Such an j 4. .j. 4. c- 4 OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL t LONDON, April Canadian Associated Union games played yesterday resulted as Union 2, Broughton "Wo dent hnow what tils augurs for Great Britain. But there Is oaoj professionalism and wj r ciation would have aggregations and lip- ret tho influence of semi-pro, tribes, which havo masqueraded as liomcbrowa, but at tbo same tlmo arc only brought together as an adver- tising for tho towns which !hey represent. Leagues' affiliated United 3lalos are going to the discard together and STECHER MEETS FRENCH Batley 3, Leeds 5. Halifax 4, Wnkefield Trinily 0. Huddersfield IS, Oldbam 7. Hull Kingston R, Huuslet 1. Wigan 15, Dewsbury 0. York Hull 0. Runby Union Cardiff 3, Harlequins 5. Newport 4, Army C. Swansea II, Barbarians S Neath I'ensrth 3. Plymouth 18, Leicester 3. Cheltenham 12. Coventry 0. I In the international i played at llonen yeslcrday, England i defeated France by o to 0. The Enj players vcre: B. II. Coleman J Knlwich; L. Ooligbtiy, MONTnEAL, April K K'nlghL Bev. R. wllb the bancball association would heavyweight wrcslllng champion of. Qiford; 0. Atkinson, Illshop bo compelled to adhere strictly loitho world, and Salvfttor Chevalier, i C 'llarbrldge, Reading; f tho regulations of tho amateur union' champion Ot Europe, will wrestle for j Corinthians; Jl'. Howell, p.nd also conform with the rules o' tho association, In regard to play. the world's title In Montreal on Thurs- day. April 22. The L. A. A. A. Is coming to life again spring and needs come financial encouragement, A eood chance to that you >ra be- hind their effort! to and control amateur support In Lethbrldge will be given Friday night when n dance will bt.held In the Masonic hall. Sportt In general In town ire it a sUndstlll at present. Every- one Is waiting to see wheth.sr It wlir be. wise to keep the inow- shoet hsndy or whether to. oil up thelr'glovei. i- Effortt being; made to vive lucroue Tn the province, Ed. monton sure cf a team and IB trying te get ip the swim. Is Lethbrjdge going to dj inythl-j? Calgary are. objecting to the schedule of the Weitern C-anida The Maroon: open an.d dote the on at home. Itnl thtt Calgary claims thtt they will have to pay another theuMRd dollara expenfte :money bdcause they are called upon to eloM the. season In Winnipeg. What would have to the. tablet were reveracd? Plnkey Mitchell ii'wlllinj to III! an enQagemcnt at ;Calgary any time the boxing commiMion deilre. Carmangay is Fighfirfg Hard to Keep Takes Tyo Tries to Get it Away From Them Gpriug curliae Is H8W In Alberta. Yho bonspiel for tbe NcNinghton cup has been going on now for several days and so far Carmnngay baa come out on top. curlers ot that town have defeated Champion Vulcan, and Champion has chatlcnzcd for a second time. Champion played the. first tame en Good Friday, and .Vulcan cama on the tune on Monday. The skips were: Vulcan, er and Woolf; Canaangay, Cbal- and Quayle; Champion, On and Woodball; Carmangny, Chal- Snyder; Cbampioii, Orr and Woodhall! Corinangay, Follli aad Hummon. r WE HAVE ADDED- A. High Class Tailor to bur establishment and are prepared lo do REPAIRING, CLEAN. ING AND PRESSING of all kinds on short notice. This will ato enable us to finlth every suit we ssll you In the belt nianner. We cill. for and deliver all work. GUARANTEED 'T FORGET THE PHONE NUMBER, 615 BERTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP T.HE HOME OF 20th CENTURY CLOTHING -ALEXANDRA, HOTEL BLOCK PHONE 615 ONTHECORNEH PAli MOORE WON MEMPHIS; April Pa! Stcore, a referee's decision over. Bramer, Snn Francisco, in' bsut hera last night. featherweights. Bramcr'carried'tho-flght to Moore In evory latter landed the largest number of'blovrt-.. Fivo farms at Roseneath, in North- umberland county, changed owners in one day lost week, and about twenty In tho locality in the week. Kitchener Horticultural Society has in a carnpalgn sddeti between 400 nnd 500 now members, including many fac- tory employees. I Dropping from exhaustion In the' eMy.Wisurd which swept Calgary on Felix Bruno, a Sirccs lu- llu, nd a returned soldier "at( the1 7th wii badlr frozen after UT "nt all ulcbt on tbe prairie about half between South Cal- jarr limits and Sircse' camp, FIFTH STREET Has Moved to a Bigger Shop Increasing business forcds us to.move to 412 4th Avenue, next to Silver .Grill, where we have installed more equipment to enable us to handle our work bet- ler. We .now have THE LARGEST RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP IN ALBERTA ANDY The Radiator Man- It. Slolely, Corinthians; larding, Cambridge; K. Hegan, Cor- ntbians. Reserves: B. Gates, Lou- don Caledonians, and W. L. Sago, Tot- lenharn. Other Balls Get Shelved This Season Season Opens May o The will be permitted, but other freak balls are prohibited In tho Pacific International league this year. This was decided at tho session of di- rectors at Vancouver last weeV. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE At Salt Lake: Salt Lake 10; Portland 6. At S.in Francisco: San Francisco 4; Vorcon 7. At Sacramento; Sacramento 2; Seattle 0. At Oakland: Oakland Angelea 4. tt 't MAY PLAY LACROSSE AT COAST ft _____ 't MONTREAL, April "N'esvsy" stoletl today tlonal commission rules were adopted by tbe league; also a now constitu- tion. One of the most promising years In the history of baseball lu the Pacific northwest is in store for the New Pa- cific International league, It is tie- clared. A spirit of keen enthuslasai prevailed with directors and a feel- ing of optimism was unanimous. It nas announced that most all the teams are now fully lined up will i be ready to commence operations on I May 5. the day on which It was de- termined lo the echeduls. On that clay So a I lie will open at Van-' courcr, Victoria Tncoma, and ma at Spokane, Tho necessary guarantee being pro- duced, Victoria, 8. C., was officially granted the sixth franchise In the .leajrue, The other cities are Seattle, ff I Vancouver, Tacomit, Spokane and Yafc- Ima, Ono of the most, important docis- New Battery Service Station BLOCK, NEXT TO IMPERIAL Oil. CO.'S FILLING STATION I htte porchaied the Battery EStjolpment of Thi Qraham Mot- with whom 1 have been employed for tho past- three jrtfs, and hare a Public Station fit the above iddren, where I irill be pleased to nil my old friends and ntoy J. F. WOOLF ALL WORK GUARANTEED ions of the meeting vtu thst by which I rates of adtrtlsalon will Increase that he hM not yet decided f> this year from 8? cent! and 65 ceats, whether ho would BO lo Van- fe as formerly, to 40 and 70 cents. Thin I action was taken owing (lo the in- I creased coel ot everything la base- ball. couver to thl although ho haJ agreed with Manager Vote Muldoon, the Seattle team, on the ques- tion of salary. Lnlom'o was asked (o bring nnolher player. and ho ?ias approached Tlorhio tho star lacrosae and hookey amotcur, but (o dale Campbell has WILDE POSTS FORFEITS glvf-n n definite nngwer. PHILADELPHIA, April Wilde, the KngHnh flyweight boxinfc champion, came hero today nilh not yet mannRor and ported forfeits for j S-round fight with "IMtling" Murray O i Ri the {.'aindcn. J., Sportsman1! I on April 21. The Most Popular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Biiement, Dominion Btdg. Entrance on Sixth Street. TO CLEAN OUT OUR STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND HAND TIRES and TUBES, ACCESSORIES, OILS, GREASES, ETC. YOU ARE INVITED TO LOOK OVER OUR SECOND-HAMP TIRES AND RETREADS. PARTIES HAVING TIRES, ETC., LEFT HERE FOR REPAIR SHOULD CALL IMMEDIATELY. OPEN UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK EVENINGS OPP. ELLISON MILLS H, D. RITCHII ;