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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE-TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUSJ 21. 1920 Juvenile Sport Program The Junior football schedule is now j And the trembling leaves are silver Completed and the standing of the: witb the moou ashlnIn' through, teams competing is shown below. But quick they'll change to dalmouds congratulate the winners who have with the dawn. .shu'.veiS good sportsmanship and thor-j uughly deserve their position at August iu Alberva and a head 'of the table. There were somei seems to fill ciever little flayers taking part iu The whole ripo earth will theue games and there was uot very her wealth: much difference between the i seed '.tme. harvest, sowiu' reapiif. most of the games being lout or I foiXri. its all the good Lord's will by the margin of i single goal. Junior Football j L 'P. W. D. I'. A............ 4 4 0 0 St. Mary's........... 4 2 0 '1 4 United B........... 4 2 0 2 Don't forget the swimming Tuesday) wha[ waa eipected of him. "If you Henderson Lake at two o'rluvk ui.-j vm ie, ra9 associate you with a star. Ill four thirty. There are only twoj say Ihe yenus-- oj ]ove? more of afiernooits of replied the young lady r'or 'tis he who gives us toll hope and health. and "Intleed! "Oil well, you know, didn't you ten me [hat Saturn hxtl a Telegram. He bought her a beauty day. And. boys, the deierred it. OLD COUNTRY CRICKET 4 j LONDON. Aug. 51.- As- j Foclat-d weather has so delayed play in championship cricket thai' It was lully civei-tfd that most Jof Ihe matches proeoedlng would be Anton. As a result at remarkable- bowling yesterday, however, all but VICTORIA CROSS MEN lone were played out. At Iticlunond. Noils took seven Kent OTTAWA, Aug. was announc-; for 25 runs, td this evening by Hou. Hugh Guih-ie, llearae of took fire Som- mmister of mllHla and defence, that! "set wickets for 2S. GOVEUNMENT TO PAY RAILWAY FARES OF v A i ,1 Gloucester took three lae- the government had decided to assume for nilti.. tho railway expenses In connection A HINT TO THE WISE remarked a youthful .stroiiomer, who was slow tu doing with the plan of bringing together nil OatiaiHau Victoria fross heroes to neap of Lancashire took five (ilou- fore school begins. The remaining matches to bo clayed follow and every body should see that they are played and Ihe points properly earned. Junior Aug. vs. Baptists, south grounds at IntermediaU Football Aug. Mary's vs. United, north grouiids, 7 o'clock. Aug. Augustine's vs. St. Mary's, south grounds at 7 o'clock. The date of the junior baxsball match above has neeu cnuugcJ from that originally arranged, that is from Monday to Tuesday, so as lo avoid clashing with the swimming classei being conducted by Mr. Fetley at the y Mi C'A. The times for these cissies are- Class 1, to class II, 3-00 lo clats 111, U> 4; class IV, to Tbe pool will be closed to nthsr swimmers during these hours. A small prlM will be given to every boy iu fiass that does the best work in regard io pro- gress, attendance, etc. ralher thoughtfully. you ihourht 1 would cf me as Toronto. A deputation heroes headed ce.ster wickets for IV. Yorkshire beat Esses 12- runs, uy: Warwick beal Woree: l. Patterson recently urged that i wickets. Middlesex Somerset by the government assist the plau. It seven wickets; Lancashire beat Glou- is expected that the o! railway 1 rcster by 10 wickets. Sussex beat fares will be in the neighborhood of i Surrey by 226 rims. Nolls drew vrllh firs', iuniug. Middlesex is uow in the lead in e keen struggle tor the cham- pionship. H. Wilson; the Yorkshire amateur, takes Spooner's place In the cricket team for Australia. GREB WINS KAIiAMAEOO, MlCh., Aug. Harry (Ueb of won the newspaper decision oner Chuck Wig- gins of Indianapolis In a 10-ruund bout here last night. GHASTLY CONDITIONS PREVAIL IN IRKUTSK TOK1O, July (By The Kokusal Xews Agency in a dispaU-u from Harbin quotes a former officer of caped Koichak government, who es- from Irkutsk, us saying that BLUE t. Kent but obtained points for a good persecution. The Uolsucvlki. he said. the greater part of little food is arailable. The remnants of ths "in- telligeucli" ]ivs in constant terror of Ordinary teas are often thin and watery or sometimes bitter. Blue Ribbon is always full flavored and fragrant and its color is rich and clear. Try It. tj LIGHTS and SHADOWS By P. fc. SI IMPORTANT DISCOVERY A big deposit ol sajt has heen found in Alberta our politicians set A lot of -women know more, ahout some fungs tian they let on. Immortal.shall theinamevof tbe writer wfco Trill use" some other'phrase than tils: "The dick o the binder IB Jiroughout the countryside, LITTLE BEDTIME STORIES' Tot J br "H iii" to "H er." "Heally, I had po iflea it dear." see it -was a Tery importan "And the roads were, tad." "Yss, we had a