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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 0, 1920 THE LETHBRI.DGR DAILY HERALD PAGE NffW FOR CANADA; AT CHATHAM Cor Canada over a half- niflo track was made here yesterday V The Eipc6er, owned by H. C. Jew- It ot ftedericlob. ID the 2.14 Irot pd pan, and the. same entry also the three fastest heats ever o- Eckstorm Park Likely fco See Last Games During Next Few That Erfotorrn Paffe, fitnce 1906 has" bwn the. epcrt centre In will Us fast btfl tfuHng tKc conning month, Is In which took place the meeting of the i-ethbrldga Ama- teur. Athletic Association. A meotlng, tj to which with be attended by repre- sentatives of the various eflillatad .with the asaodfetloft, When the-question of taylng put .Ihe providing the etands, rcorrfs end show- for1 now athletic park at Mender ton Lake will be discus-' ked. Commissioner Meech hat been doing some thinking along _ tftls lino lately, and ha and Coin- Freeman.... are both to get work 6n the new grounds ufider way. Eokstorni Park is now being provided by the city, the taxes on the property belrvg rebated In-or- der to provide a playing ground. .It was thought when.the 'organtzed 'and eport recon- struction In Lethbrldge started after tho war that a doWn town park was absolutely necestary. But all branches of sport arc noV; firmly In fact than they ever have been Tn th'e history of the ctty. There Is no reason why soccer. anci> baseball should not draw big fit Henderson Park.. In fact so "many people drive that way every evenlhg during the cummer that It Is more central for sport than of the parks now In use. The meitlpg 'which is to be held will be fdj- the purpose of passing along to Commissioner Meech the suggestions of the various clubs as ,to grandstand accotnrnb- dation an5 ground space- needed. The is being seeded down thts year'with a nurse wheat crop, and should be tn good, shape In the spring for work to bb Etartedt It. would be a great thing .far; Lethbrldge and; for ,the street; system, too, to gei a athletic park start- ed, and no doubt .that la what wtM coma oxrt of tiw mooting. International Game Will Flayed This Month .-WINNIPEG, Ahg. best ten- nis players, lu 'Canada, will "coinpeie at tha Canadian championships which on Saturday mora- under the auspices of tho Mani- toba association. Several American cracks -will compete and .the tourney promises to ho the greatest the history of teimis In tho west. An effort is bo lag made lo secure tho entry of Vincent Richards, tho sensa- tional New York player, while several other Americana have already enlcr- including Allen and Burrell, of Portland, Oregon, Hhd Norton and Sounders of and Milne of the Pacific coast champions'for several years, are com- ing. From the east arc Dr. O'Brien, J. F. McKinlej-, ol Ottavra; J, L. Ren- nje, Capt. Blettel. and, -Mrs. Bickel, Miss Best aid Miss McDonald of To- ronto. INTERNATIONAL A man at sixty years, of age is either a failure or a success. BEBGHAM'S PILLS have been made for sixty years and have the largest sale of any iqedicirie in the Millions use BEECHAM'S PILLS TORONTO, Aug. ternulional Leagne standing: iiVon. LosL Baltlmofe 69 82 Buffalo .06 S8 Toronto......... 66 Akron......; 64 Reading......... CO Jersey Cily...... 39' Rodieater......: 31 Syracuse........ 24 Football followers In Lethbrldge will be given a treat on Labor ,Day, the first Monday In Septem- ber, wlilcn, tills year falls on the Cth. The C. P. R. Catgary team Is scheduled to pUy In this city. C. P. R. boys have been lead- Ing other Calgary teams z merry chase this summer. Full plans for this game are not completed locally. No lineup for the game has been ahnuonced yet but li Is felt sure Ihit Lethbrldge will have a football team for that occasion will be a 'credit to any city. Such an Improve- ment In the football has been noted thts year, particularly among the young bloods, that fol- lowers feel confident that the C.P.R. Calgary boys will not have a walk away. On cither August 17th or 13th an International game will be staged. As August 18th Is Civic Holiday some favor that date for the game but the league executive havo not definitely decided oh which day they will caEI the game. This will be done at the next meeting' of the league. announced last night that In future all games of football' will commence at p.m. sharp. This Is five minutes earlier than has been the rule all summer and last night It was made evident that such a change is necessary. It was quite dark before the Cal- lie-Fragment game was finished, 38 39 63 70 77 Reading 8, Syracuse 2. Toronto 13, Du Halo 7. Itochesler 8, Akron 9. Jersey.City. 9: BIG REGATTA OPENS AT Wl N N IP EG TODAY WINNIPEG-, -Aug: feTiya! of'the Northwestern Rowing Associa- tion'regatta to be Held in Winnipeg Friday and Saturday will see many tormldahlo crews'.battling for supre- hare been received from Diiinth, St. Paul, Reglna, Fort Tho'Winnipeg redoubtable as before the war, as. rowing was abol- ished during that period, but several promising crews hare been developed during the sacimfer which promise to inako things interesting (or the fam- ous Dulnth crows. Tho celebrated Con Illley, of English Henley fame, Is'In charge tho regatta. William and Kenoru, oarsmen are not ITOU'I with your Light Plant i ES operation year in and year out, lighting rour home and farm buildings and driving your separator, grindstone, Washin g machine and other light machinery, will, fob a constant source of satisfac'don to you. This plant is built in Canada and guaranteed by The Canadian iVrbanks-Morst Go. Limited. Ita rhaterial and workmanship are 100% quality throughout. Dominion-wide reputation of Fairbanka- Mora e products is your safes.t'buy ing guide to.satj isfactory service iri lighting plants aud other mechanical equipmeiiti Come in and see the "F" plant -.'in operation'and gcta catalogue which .the full utility of power and light on tie farm. E. A. SHARMAN CO. i. H. c. AGENTS 1233-1235 3. Arfent'for d water. Mickey MacKay Will Have Team in Fernic and Real Battles May Ba Expected With a whole month of tha base ball season to go. It la a llttlo' earl yet to start talking about tho -.winte hockey season, but 'an annouucemen in tiie Calgary, papers that '-MlcW JfacICay Las purchased, a business i Pernie has Ect-the hockey fans '.all ing. Wbero there 'will b In In ona race, The Rxpoger'B lime was for lie iirst heat. "2.10 for tho second aud -H for the third. Dr. W. K. Jioss. of Klhsaton. Suc- the Mitchell a: cnper- .HAJOR McKlrJNON WINS SWEEH AT P. E. I. SHOOT C H A RLtvrTETO WN, Aug. the provincial riBe assotlatlon matchee which closed yestorday. Major D. A. McKinnon. D.S.O., for- merly of the 36th battory, won the Ottawa aggregate, the Dominion ft' LITIGANTS' OEP05ITS PAY THE JUDGES S3iun FeinSra c-staWislied a judicial I'rsteni foi Ire- Und cmnrosc-1 ot paris'i cviirts, ula- courts and n court of ap- peal. Canada nine Associallon the] Al! judges lo late the oath ot KaUoaal Rifle Association medal. lo Dall Bireann, and all litl- governor-Bcnurat'e medal for Ibe beEtjgauls must agree mil to submit to any agl'rogale' atfd the Dawsoa tup for military aggregate. A meznorlci clock tower, to cost }9.000 will bf. erected at Niatara-on- tribunal any mutters on which tba Republioyi courts may pronounce a decision.. The Judges of (be parish courts receive ohe pound a day- for expenses and tiie district judgea two provided out of deposits colleH-tfed the litigants. The Council ot tbe Irisb Bar decided that it U conduct lor a member of (hairBar appear before any of c but there are mauv Iriali barristers'J to appepar for a before the Ifcpafclican The government treats all. courts In civil matters as realty i rations .with which' Uiqj are not _ cemsd. But in criminal matifra are regarded aa illegal and yunished by (Iwtn are to I ntehdcnl of Ififi D.-ockville Hospital. tbe-Uake, in honor of Us foUlea heroes pounds. The costs of the courts are j protection of poOce hockey, so Fefnle can be considers on the hockey map for this winter! And that: means that if Letbbring has a hockey learn this aa you can bet your life Lelhbrldge wil Ferule and Lcthuridge arc due I BEe somo Crow 'line games wtiic will old timers in .mind ot 'tb lacrosse liattles of old. Fernla has covered rink anil had' 'a pretty fair team last winter, bnt Lsthbrldge never tangled with them It will be different this year. Tills- winter LeUibrtdge .'will enter tho ice season with a rink, nil psirt for after most strenuous cilorts. All attention con bo turned lo the man- agement this season, and as an early start In making Ice will b'e possible, local puck chasers will he on: the jot) just ns 5oon as the weatherman permit. Most of last winter's Altert'a amateur champions will be in Ihe city ready lo line up, and nn .effort will be made to them a chance to get In shape this year. There Is talk also of getting a big tarpaulin to cover the rink so that the elements will not have so much eftect. In which c-ase, if Johnny Frost Is there will be steadier hockey than was the case nndof the hit-and-miss conditions last winter. Somo of these days Uthbrirtge is going to have a. real hockey rink, but it hardly looks as If it would be this year. The suggestion Is male -thai tho city, in its efforts lo makn lien dorson Park the sport ami recreallon centre of tho city, may build a iialacfl near tho athletic grounds there. This could bo used as a dancing pavilion In summer and as a rink In the win ter. It's n proposition worth con sidcring. As for the outlook for hockey hen this winter, the sugsestion is bcthj made that last winter's chnniplons be nude the basis of two tcaim for a senior league, tho forward-- 1-Hng the basis of one learn and Ihe Ihr basin of the ctl-.sr. -null mak for good prar tir f> anil close gnuios 'a! winter, niiil ivoiild put the picked tcali (o represent iho city In th fbamplonshlpj in good contlltltin Sntherlanil, Mnrimi end Buncher qi the one end. with Tiircolte. billy lien derson and Tlclirr DTI the other, wouk give tho foundalloil of two goo teams which a ibl o sport, A c-ommercial league, an inte mediate league ntul Iho brow's Ncs Pass League would lo a pretty goot llne-np for tho fans. It Isn't too ho to Ilifnk It over, CANADIAN OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP AUG. 26-87 Ang, 6.-11.' An.le'r son, !--ccrolary-treasurer of the ('anndfan Golf Association, out Ihe first nollMs goTerning the 1320 (Canadian open golf ohanipioh ship In the expectation' tliat man; In Iho IliiitciJ Slaloi will nnlries. TWrs year's till event jvlll be, held nl .tho Hlvcrmeat Ooll Club', Oltnwii. August 20 anil 27 and entries will clo.se at noon, 2olh. Purf.cfl Ic'.iii'BB tffa RTC oi fcrcd, The privilege will.be yours until o'clock Saturday night to buy high-grade clothing, boots and shoes and many other lines of seasonable merchandise for men at a saving of from 25 to 50 per cent, on our regular prices. We have made a whole army of clothing buyers happy during this sale. 4 It has been a money-saving opportunity and the man who has taken advantage and saved is lucky. This sale has not been carried on with any excuse of ex- pectation on our part of lower wholesale prices in the near future. No one would welcome lower prices more than we, but, unfortunately, the manufacturers are not handing us back any money for over charges on goods purchased and lower prices are not in sight. We are not basing our opinion oh what "some people say" or "hear says." EVERY MERCH- ANT IS PAYING MORE FOR FALL MERCHANDISE AND REPEAT ORDERS TODAY. DOES THAT LOOK LIKE LOWER RETAIL PRICES? Think it over-and we are sure you will attend this sale SATURDAY AND SAVE. SALE POSITIVELY ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT AT NINE O'CLOCK 's" Suits, sizes 35; rfegular Glean-up Sale Young. .Men's Suits, sizes 34 to 36; regular Sale Men's Suits, regular Cleamiip Sale Men's Suits, regular Glean-up Men's Suils, regular Clean-up SUIT REDUCTIONSWORTH WHILE i SIMILAR REDUCTIONS ON ALL RAIN COATS STRAW HATS-HALF PRICE Soft Straws, regular BOc. Clean-up Sale................................. Soft Straws, regular Clean-up Straw Boaters, regular Clean-up Sale................................ Straw Boaters, regular Glean-up Sale Straw Boaters, regular S4.00. Clean-up Sale................................. Straw Boaters, regular Clean-up Sale Straw Boaters, regular Clean-up Sale................................. Men's Siuts, regular Glean-up Sale Men's Suits, regular Clean-up Sale Men's Suits, regular IfoO.OO. Glean-up Sale Men's Suits, regular S55.00. Clean-up Sale Men's Suits, regular Clean-up Sale Men's Suits, regular Clean-up Sale Men's Suits, regular Clean-wi Sale ,.r.