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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE SIX THE tfiTHBRIDGE DAILY THURSDAY, APRIL 15, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus Pt-iONK Nf. P 11 '6 feNW COONT DE. tfOOF IN WO AA I CAME DO "VOO KKOW Car Owners Can Gasoline The Canadian Cis Saving Devlco guarantees to save 30 per cent, of your gas bill. Users soy II docs belter. Kits all cars and 'traders. Mechanical Garage COR, 4TH AVE, t 3RD ST. S. PHONE 11W WORLD OF Is Offered To Carpentier For Fight Side Bet of Put Up That tommy Gibbons Can Win In Ten Rounds The Melting Pot April Mike Collins, Minneapolis boxing pro- jnoler. today offered Georges Carnen- tier to meet Tommy Gibbons hero some time In June. 'The oTfer was wired to Manager Descamps in York. Gibbons posted a certiti- icd cheque for as .forfeit, and sthia will .be used as a side bet that tho St. Paul light-heavyweight can fbeat iho invader over the ten-round BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. JIMMY WILDE FOND OF GOLF; FOUR BOUTS SCHEDULED IN MONTH National League LOCAt. FOOTBALLERS TO PLAY IN TABER Wou Lost Pel. HILLHURST IS AFTER DOMINION FOOTBALL CUP THIS YE'AK CALGARY, April sel- ected committee of the Hillhurst Soc- cer. Football club have commenced season by cleaning up all old inslness. Judging by Iho amount o't business the club got through at their Cast the club is out to win Ihis year, and eipect not only to re- tain Iho league championship and the "Western Canada championship." but looking forward to securing the I'onnaugbt cup this year too. Most vt their reliable players of lust sea BOH have again signed and the club will referable' to some Client the old vlub of former years. Thefr-2 will certainly be some football Ihls year. The Bsnkert'have started their workouts in preparation for the I coming season. Tommy Evans .had his bantj'of cash handlers go- ing through their steps at the Central school grounds last night and taking them high, .far and wide they looked pretty good for so early in the season. Indications now are' that the senior baseball race will narrow down to a battle royal between the.Banker} and C. C.'s The min- ers have' not been saying much and may pull some surprises when pFay starts In earnest. The organization that has been formed to lock after junior sport in Lethbridge is determined to promote this branch of sport this summer In 'an energetic manner. A. G. Virtue is the representative on the L. -A. A. A., and at the next meeting of- the latter body he will come to some understand- ing regarding co-operation be- tween the associations. Hank O'Day, veteran Nallonal lea- jue umpire, says that as a result of the new rules prohibiting freak de- liveries curve pitching will be in- creased this year! "All of the pitchers who have been using tho 'spitter1 and 'emery ball' must go back to first says O'Day. "There is r.othing hard- er lo hit tbau the curve ball when it is properly controlled. Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston PIttsburg Chicago Philadelphia New. York St. Louis 1.000 ,000 .000 .000 .000 NEW YORKi April Wilde, Iho world's flyweight cham- pion, who. likes golf as well as he does boxing, has been keeping hlih- sett In condition by rounds on. .tUe. links.' Wilde, with his family, naa an apartment in Jersey City, and finds'little time for the bright lights of Broadway. On May 12 Wilde will be 28 years old, and he is planning to celebrate by playing a few golf matches over a Philadelphia course. The boxer has three bouts on within the next month; April 12, 1 with Zulu Kid at Windsor, Ont., 10 rounds; April 21. at Camtlen, N.J., he will clash with Battling Murray for eight rounds; and on May 1 will give Bobby Dyson a chance at Law- rence, Mass., in 12 reminds. Jock Anderson's aggregation. of veteran football players will burst Into Taber on Saturday lo show the experts thcro how Iho old-timers ot 1-ethbridge can OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS Reuther Beats Alexander CIXCINN'ATI. April RCU- ther pitching, the world's chamnions opened their season hofeHoday by de- feating the Chicago Cubs 7 to 2. Score Chicago............ 3 S 0 Cincinnati.............- 7 12 0 KJIlefer; Reulhci aud Winga S Brooklyn Won BROOKLYN, April Brook- lym made practically all of thair hits of Rlxey1 today and beat Philadelphia in tho opening game 9 to 2. Score: Philadelphia............ 2 3 3 Brooklyn 9 9 3 Ttixey and Wheat; Cadore and Kreu- Eei-. Giants Lose Opener NEW, YORK. April easily defeated New York in the open- English Division P. W. L. D. F. P. Vi'est Bromwlch-38 27 9 Burnley......39 20 11 Chelsea 38 21 13 Sunderland 3S 21 14 Liverpool 3S 18 13 Bolton Wander's 3D 17 13 Manchester C. 3S 17 14 Newcastle TJ. 33 16 15 Bradford Sheffield U. 35 15 16 Aston Villa 37 15 1G Arsenal ..'.'..3S 14 15 99 44 56 S.B7 55 48 4 54 42 46 3 67 54 45 5 57 43 44 9 67 61 43 7 67 57 41 S 41 3S 40 37 i'4 13 10 G7 55 38 8 56 62 2S 5 GS 64 37 S 52 56 37 Athletic 37 17 7 45 48 3: iV.'E.'., 3S.13.18. 7 54 71 31 Ing game-here today by. the scoro of i 33 Gto? I Notts County .3811-1710547132 Bradford City.. 39 13 15 11 62 57 37 Kverlon 38 12 14 12 66 59 36 Manchester H'. 38 12 14 12 51 44 36 Mlddlesboro Y.'.J 39 13 16 10 54 G3 36 Oldham Preston Derby County t 39'll'l7 11.41 57 play'Jfoolball. This gamo was previously scheduled for April but owing to a foot of snow, mo'rt or less. It was decided to postpone the game, as the play- ors are not experts on suow- shoes. CAPT. S. CLEMENTS TO COMPETE FOR HONOR OF GOING TO OLYiMPIC CALGARY, April Clements, a rancher near Oldsbury, arrived In the city yesterday and ra- ports that ho Is leaving Saturday lor Ottawa where bo will compete in tho Olympic boxing championships. Clements ivill compete in the feather- weight class, 115 Ibs. and under. Un has been training for time and is in'excellent condtlion. Ho is con- fident at making a grand showing. Ho a great deal of experience in. Army and Navy boxing In tho old country, Is the holder of the public schools boxing title In England and during tho war was official referee for the 1st Imperial division. Ca'pi. who will enter from Calgary believes that either the Al- berta Athletic union or local sports- men should devise some means of pay- ing the expenses of Idfcal athletes to tho Olympic, trials. PERFECT FREEDOM, SOL- ID COMFOfct AND LONG WEARING, SpN-TEARING SERVICE Are the factors .which so to make our of without a doubt, the best sliirt we have over shown. Our. shirts, are. large aud roomy- made In different sleeve All colors sro guaranteed. Seo this special values'In pur wiudc-ivs. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel On the Corner CLEANING AND PRESSING FOURTEEN IN COAST LACROSSE LEAGUE G to 3; Score: 5 S 0 Ntw York S J 2 Eayres. McOuillau and O'Mc.iil; Barnes, Hubbell, Winters and Gon-j zales. Blackburn H. 38 10 49 75 30 Sheffield 37 6 22 n 26 58 21 English Division P. W. L. D. V. A; Pirates Win j 30 ST. I.OUIS. April dc- Huddcrsfleld T. 37 23 6 Tealed SI. Louis 5'to 4 In 10 Innings Birmingham 37 23 7 in the opening game of the season, lo Blackpool day. Score: IBiiry 1'ittsburg I St. Louis "Tho curve will puzzle a large ina-j .Adams, Hamilton and Clarke; Durk, iority of the batsmen in the big jea-JDoak. Tuero, May, Halnes, Goodwin 7 2iWest giFnlham 38 If. IS I.. SSlZiia i gues. This is shown by the effective- j'and demons, ness ot Walter Johnson; Grover Alex- ander and other first class pitchers who never.have resorted to freaks. "Go hack thirty' years and you'll find that the greatest pitchers in ihc National Clarkson, Gal- viu and the curve ball with telling effect. So did Mathew- American League son, Young. Nichols, JlcKinnity and I Cleveland Mlner'iJrown, who came later. There'll i Chicago bo some hard hilling under 'the new I Philadelphia i rules for a'time, but the pitchers who !3t. Louis TENNIS CUP RE.DRAWINGS SYDNEY, N.S.W., April lie- .rirawings for opponent" In the Davis cup tournament preliminaries took pWce here today and resulted in Holland and Soinh Africa, and JYance end Iho United Stales meeting in iho lirst round. Canada will 'play of the first pair, v.-hlle (British Isles will meet the victor In 'tho French-American match. Recon- sideration by France of her decision lo withdraw her team from the tour- nament made ro-drawings necessary. perfect the curve FOOD will get upper baud." ,he Detroit.. ork WANT JIM DUNCAN, TRAINER j Washington I Boston Won I J J 0 0 0 0 0 t Pet. i.OOO .000 .000 .m .000 Stoke 37 39'17'H 17 IS 98 29 65 8 S3 35 54 7 SI 25 63 9 Si 42 49 6 55 37-46- 9 41 36 43 8 54 48 4S 4 54 45 South Shields 38 14 14 10 38 Hull -City 3S 17 17 4 73 66 88 Bristol Clly 33 10 II 17 33 Barnsley.....39 14 16 9 57 Bl 37 Port Vale. ...35 14 16 55'39 Leicester City 37 13 15 9 36 E4 35 Stockport C. 35 12 14 9 47 48 33 Clapton Orient. 33 14 20 4 42.55 32 Botherham C. 35 li 19 S 47 80 30 Notts Forest 39 10 19 10 38 jiG 30 Cleveland Blanks St. Louis PARIS, April riuncan. ri.BVKLAND. April former holder of the world's record for I was rarc form (or tho opening game throwing the discus, has been offered nf lno season here today nnrt Uie position of trainer ot French defeated St. Louis 5 to 0. Score: Isles preparing ifor the Olympic games 050 at Antwerp thjs summer. 5 who was a lieutenant In tho Ameri- can army, was nnd has since opened a gymnasium in this city. Kolhoron and Severold! Coveleskle ant" O'Neill. Sox Win in 11th CHICAGO, April THAT PROSPEROUS LOOK Given your clothes by our system of Cleaning and Pressing And our prices are reason- .able. Fred will not overlook any bum work by his workmen, so become one of our cus- tomers and you'll get the best to be had. Fred Thaell FIFTH STREET PHONE 1160 die Collins. Williams and Ifellman furnished the thrills In an exciting Inning game today with Chicago win- ning from Detroit 3 "to 2. Herman's horacr tied the BCOTO and forced the game Into extra Innings. Score: Detroit............... 2 4 Chicago............ 3 H Wolverhampton Lincoln City Coventry City Grlnuby Town 8 18 10 48 26 8 22 9 3S 94 25 7 21 10 28 6G 24 S 25 5 28 C9 21 Southern League P. W. L. D. F. A. P. Portsmouth 37 21 C 10 61 23 62 Crystal Palace 39 21 8 10 64 30 53 Wntford......37 22 J.O S 49 Cardiff Clly 35 IS a 15 65 33 47 37 17 10 10 55 26 44 37 17 11 9 515 41 43 14 12 13 47 41 41 VANCOUVER, April and New Westminster constitute the professional lacrosse league this season. Fourteen games have been scheduled, tho opening on May 15." May Westminster at Van- couver. May at New West- minster. Westminster at Van- ouver. June at New West- minster. Westminster at Van- couver. June JCew West minster. July Westminster at Van- couver. July at New West- minster. July Westminster at Van- couver. July 'at New West- minster. Aug. at New West- minster. Aug. Westminster at Van- couver. Piymoulli Arg. Queens P. K. Heading Exeter City Norwich City Sonlhend U. Southampton Drcntford 35 15 14 36 '16 13 Aug. at New West- minster. Sopt. Westminster at Van conver. SEATTLE WANTS HAL CHASE SEATTLE, Wash., April Ham Klepper, president of the Seattle .1 baseball clttb of the Pacific Coast League, announced today ho had telc- f-t- i graphed John McGraw, manager of J? ,a ,1 52 II New York Giants, offering to PUP 8 59 49 33 37 11 10 16 38 41 38 14 14 10 49 48 Mlllwall Athletic 14 15 9 48 50 37 Sirlndon Town. 38 15 16 7 60 59 37 Swansea Town. 38 13 16 10 44 44 Ilrtghlon k H.A. 39 13 18 8 65 65 34 Bristol Rovers. 37 11 16 10 60 71 32 Newport County 38 12 20 6 43 64 30 2 j Slcrlhyr Town 39 Northampton 38 chate Hal Chase, provided 'the first OTTAWA; April' .Canadian Is made of the resignation of J. H. W. Ilower as gen- eral superintendent o! the engineer- ing branch of tho deparluient of sold- iers'civil re-eslabllahment. With few exceptions, lbi> organiza- tion has been responsible for tho de- sign and conatrucllpn -of Canada's war hospitals and during the most ac- tive period of its operations, during 1917 and the of 1918, made available upwards beds for the care oJ ex-members of the Cana- dian expeditionary force suffering from war 'disabilities'. Sir minister of the department of BpIdieVs' civil ro-esUb- lishment, on receiving the resigna- tion, paid a-high'tribute to tho excel- lent services' rendered the department by Mr. Bower. AV. II. feas been closely associated with the .work for some lime and largely responsible for de- tails of administration as assistant general superintendent, has .been ap- pointed general superintendent, and G. A. Browne, .who since early in 1917' has been district superintendent for' the western has been ap- pointed assistant general superintend- ent. t' Mr. Ilower leaves the government service to- go back Into construction work as chief engineer for a largo engineering, .and construction com- pany In Montreal.'and' will also spec- ialize as a hospital.consultant. PRINCE ALBERT IS FISHERY HEADQUARTERS PRINCE-. April .H. C. -McDonald, ins'peclor of cries department for nil Saskatche- wan. Mr. McDonald Is to be the in- Sfrector. The uppoinlmenl is to date from April 1; Already Mr. .McDonald has divided his iiiEiicctorale 'into live divisions. 'An overseer Ms' to be ap- pointed iu each district -who in tun: will buvc a number litlperi, accord- ing to the size of the district- ATTENTION AUTO AND TRACTOR OWNERS F am now prepared to 'repair and recharge nil inakcs of Stor- agp BaUeries atiO "Magnctocs. Alt Work Guaranteed. J. F. WOOLF Next to Imperial Oil Station ALL WORK GUARANTEED baseman could be obtained at a reason-risherlcs ,OI; Korlh'erri. Saskatchewan, ablo price, Daiiss AlnemUh; WIlllamB and I 37 Schalk. Ullllngham 37 Ruth Muffed It April Scottish League muff of Dugan's long liner allowed! Iwo runs to score in Iho eighth Inning' JUnsers here Imlay, giving Philadelphia a 3 I Ccllic lo 1 LABOR CAN WIN SIX SEATS IN ALBERTA; 9 13 11 54 70 23 WINNIPEG, April 9 20 0 64 04 27 a meeting of 111 a Winnipeg branch of 8 20 9 44 70 Dominion Labor parly tonlgh', 8 23 G 27 67 22 fiercer. Kdmonion, ficcrc- fary ot tho Alberta and Edmonton branches' of the parly, said Albcrln labor wished labor In Manitoba all victory over New York. Home' Motherwell runs by 1'lpp and Perkins scored the j Dundee 'early tallies. Score: Clydebank New York.............. 1 7 1 Philadelphia............ 3 7 1 Shawkcy and lUiel; Perry and Per- kins. WASHINGTON. April lon-UoHlon, postponed, wet grounds. P. W. 34 25 33 24 37 21 36 19 37 17 13 has been notified that I'rinco Albert i? to be the headquarters o[ the fish- success at the forthcoming elcclionn.! Ontario had set a good example, he I said, and It was up to Manitoba to D. F. A. T. 7 SS IS 53 7 69 26 63 I H f- i follow, It. Labor in Albe'rla woutil get! chance next ye'ar of allowing what; t IV 01 41 i .1 410 FIFTH STREET The Most Popular Recreation Dominion Bowling Alleys Batement, Dominion Entrance on Sixth.Street. Kilmarnook Ayr United 36 14 12 10 66 55 38 Morion......32 13 10 6 65 34 Hearts 38 13 14 is it in n 5n'3niu collld do P'ovlnclat elections. 18 16 3 56 6G 39, wore nlx foiallluenclcs thai 38 11 14 13 52 CO 35 might be won for labor, and Ihero was every probabiilly of the Alberla farm- si rn v ers away their own candidates 01 ou oa j from and Labor. American Assn. Dumbarton Clyrlc......39 13 18 S .16 34, Linark 35 H 13 11 45 55 33 i 1'arlrirk Thistle 36 II 14 11 48 S5 33 't 't Queens Park 36 11 15 10 57 CO St. Mlrren 37 13 14 G 53 74 35 10 15 10 37 56 30 At Milwaukee 2; SI. Paul 3. At indlnnopolls 0; TolC'lo 1. A! Kansas Clly 2; Minneapolis S. At .Lunlavfllo 1: Columbus 6. Pacific Coast Loss Angeled 2; Vcrnon 5. All other i'cjlponed, ralu. IHberlans.....36 12 Falklrk......37 10 IS Unitli Rovnrs 37 10 20 Albion 33 H 19 Hamilton Acad. 37 8 23 0 4S SO 23 5 55 72 29, 'J 45 fit 7 27 i 23 TREATY WfTH RUMANIA OTTAWA. April Canadian N. W, Rowtll, In house this afternoon, tabled tU eoeaco with Ilumania., ,._: EARL THOMPSON WILL REPRESENT CANADA TORONTO, April 15.J-A spe- cial dispatch lo the Globe from New York says that Barl Thompson, the most efficient athlete of the Irack field squad at Dartmouth College, who is a Hrlllsl) subject, has been chos- en to represent Canada In tho Olympic games at Antwerp next summer. Andy Can Fix It If your auto or tractor radiator needs repairing, the "know, the equipment and the big- gest shop in Alberta is at your service, ANDY The Man 412 4th Next Silver Grill ;