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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN T1JK LKTHBRHXiK OAI1A HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Here's Some Dope on Second Round Cup Games Kight From Old Sod Ctydebank St. Mlrrt'U 1'artlck Thistle HIK'rmans IJiieen's Park. Clyde Aberdeen Third Lanark j li.iith liovi-io i Aibion Kovers Hamilton AI .29'12 12 .30 U U .25 10 SI .23 12 .27 10 ll .31 10 15 .27 S 12 12 is S 17 7 IT 6 5 54 43 29 .2S A.' V Y- N. Feb. Xj C 68 i'S 7 31 W 27! 48 (C 2? I 44 26 C 45 06 26 7 2'J 39 23 S 32 51 5 55 73 23. f or 'jo 5 JU Du JJ p 4 20 49 IS a 37 6 v v v i CONGRATULATIONS, JOE! _--------- ff v Who have birthdays ou the 'JStli of rVbrnary? Tlirt Herald has kuowledgo of w.c 1'ersou. "Joe" CMllahan, liu1 goalie- of ff lacrosse team. born on thnt datp. He has only hail about thiw. four or five birthdnrs. the iHJpuhirily of tbr liou Cup tourney beyumi urgumciu. v.-ai otic tff the feaiurr.-; uf the sixteen ties yluy.'d oh Saturday. Even al- lowing fur tile hi audj money tin: rc-venu" w.if one of spectators attending for Liverpool, the Ccelsea-Lcicesier Fosse lie game] Cardiff went down gallantly at at Stamford LiriJjie. Attendances on Ut-are. scoring tiieir soal. find Xec- ther grounds :.0.- eiiualizlUK af'i-r- Howard headed the ball 000; Bristol, Asion Villa. 31.- j 000: Toiienham Holsp-jrs, 17.000. Many of these arrived nt 9 o'clock in Iho ciorning and waited until 3 p.m. lo sc-e the Kaine; .Xortjnghaui, iiil'Jdersfitld. and I'restou, Tiie receipts tjad totalled 000. Kiuj: bad poor football lo, the play, being somewhat by a iiigh wind. Cook, Chel- I ?ea'A ceture. was knoiked out early la ihe pamp. but resumed later. There vas no score in the half. Rrewn llw In- ins. Cuok aiul "ord sfterwards. r' in the hands day were ihe two wins of the Uradfonl teams away from home; Uradford Cily beating Preston soundly. Gold-Thorpe scoring till- Kin-.i! AI Chelsea with a ukin in awe. 1 It is. however, another Lisped of thoi liut to omphas-j Ize. Onlv o to a to Hill 6Bnle ul''us V" and cowiu...ivial muKiiuiej have little l'lf Ih? !lmue lcal11- rause lor ih.'ir unvwillona! growl. The suryrists ot ihi the [tiny in almost every He veiU'lu-d a much higher standard of skill thun In the Hound. In- drcd. several of ths matches reveal- twii-e. and the rcmainiiiK goals beini; el a'high order Kiid a good sporting' credited lo iiqnd.'' Uradford were at spirit was maintained !M EireuKtli asuinsl Xotis County. No is arousing PUch Interest I Mel.Mn scoring twico and Bradford's as Association football. Thc-re is a! other soals were by XcCnndles and provvru that "money and -when I Waucheope. while Gibsou, llenshall we tay that ihe revenue at Chelsea -McLeod scored for Notts. The .Cj.073, ami :ii Manchester '-4.290 I galue Wlls al a Iremcndous no cocmienl is ueoflcd. Such receipt' i particularly in its latter states. all although the i Xolts making a gullant effort lo se- it Burnley iS.orS al Dirnifughiim an Seventh hour Tletory. j Tottenham Triumphs I Toitenham'b win from West Horn i ivas deFerved on the general play, nl- j though West Ham Etartexl prnmisins- j ly. Krimsdell scoriuK within ten min- utes of tho interval for Tottenham, wards. through terval. K.uly play st Iluddersfw'.d was qullo even. The home team, however, showed Taylor aud Slayde FCoring the Interval, la league football, tlw defeat of I Arsenal t serious, and thoir recent j form haa disijuiete.l supporlors. Twpnty-fUe thousand spectators wit-1 nesswl their defeat hy Mnnchester I'ni'.ed. for whom Spencer scored two i and Hopkins OIK'. Fulliam had au easy win over Slock-- Old Country Footlrali Scores LONDON. Feb. CnnsdJiu !n association league gauws today were a a follows: j First Division VilU 'i; Uradlonl City, 6. Bradford, 3; Sheffield Wednesday, 0. Burnley, 2; fViby County, 0. Chelsea, 2; Ulackburii Korws, 1, Liverpool. 3; Notts County, 0. Manchester V.. 0: irsensl, 1. Middlt-sbro, 0; West llroimvk-k At Lion, 0. Newcastle I'lilted, 0; Bolton Wander- ers, 1. Oldtiam Eyerton, 1. I'reston Xortll Knd, 1; Manchester City. 1. fhefrieM United. 3; Sunderland, 1. Second Division ISarnsley, ts; l.'.'Ueiier Fosse. I. llury. 1; Stoke. 0. Clapton i: Vnited, Hull City, 0; Coventry City. 1. City. 4; Kinherham, 2. Liaculu City. 'L', Giiuisby, 0. Soulh Shields. BhoSrpool. 0. Stockporl, 2; Fulhaai, 1. Tottenham Hotspur, 8; Bristol Cltr. 2; 3. Southern League Bristol Hovers, 1; Crystal 0. Brenltord, 0; Watford, 3. Cardiff City, 4; Queen's' Part Rang- of Grand Rjjpids, looms up tho most promising; McKay finished second In last year's derby. He drives a wlU Barre-n woif teaaj. uervous and fierce with enough, .fleetnrsa ot foot to out distance anything In the race! If they tan be controlled and kept to I the trail.' Tho and Canipholl hrolhers aro well drilled in derby Jlitures aad' 0. like the other largo 'number of entries ELieter City, 3; Swindon, 1. they are toeing to Iho hueh. truininj Brighton and H., 3. their "teaiua and laying low for sur- Newioa-Town. 4; Newport C.. C. Plymouth A., C; South End United, 0. are higbly reapei'tulil'.' amounts. In many centres a very wel morning caused ihe !n mucli sitialler lhan wtnilii have thJ case with more inviting conditions. Hul If over can be taken at Stanford IJridge for an ordinary in .the round, vriU Starrest be on Aiiril 2lth, Ihe day set apart for ihe Final Tie? With' Chelsea leading with an at- tendance of G7.0M and Aston Villa Tvllh tho average altendauce at the strond round was no than i for the sixteen a total tin I anil Wilson setting both iiie ulhers. thit uttendan'.'e in 501.6SO. admissions of OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDINGS The victory was a triumph for Hot- spur hacks and halves, who seldom gave their supporters nny aniiety, hut the forwards were iong 111 setting into their slride. Aston's victory over Sutherland nehievet! on greasy grounds after a snowstorm. The game was very even, Stephehson getting a stone's goal. A bad incident occurred In tiio Liverpool-Birmingham match when Morgan was ordered off the field and port. Waii-rall. Sioi'kporfs right hall j back was sent off for what lie protest- ed was au accidental kick at Mclmyro.' Many witnesses considered Hie punish- ment Cook scored Uvu-s ami A'llcr scored for the Tisiiurs. SPEED FIENDS GO AT LOS ANGELES TODAY LOS AXOELKS, Cal. Feb. Kighteen drivers, most of ihem ua- lionnlly Known, were ready 10 start loday in the SiO-mile autoiunhile race on the- here. Time recoru- ed in eUniiiiallon trials, which tluced the field from ?4, indicated that scnualtunal sliced niiKht he expected. Thrdo drivers (covered the mile .nnd a quarter in less itum forty aecoiuls. RAY KEATING SOLD A Bad Case Eczema Al! Over His His Arms Covered Jehu CMk'oV Bioofcrills. N. B, crovrdi ilotyol jifaMiijTcnof into a few worif. coold not ycu coiiM not put'n pm on lay whole body. L tried They uud it TTOI Three dollar botlles ot D. D. D. ii all ha-re not had a (ore for flva months." week Tre are wlectinf a letter froa lorae Canidian mfferer lo ihorf irhut can 'loaeto llchJTir, biirninc iVin diuaas br clear, pnrirriujliquid wuh. D. Stop iAaf itch (Ofl-iy. Vou are not aiied ti D. IX D. (or twforc you receive rt- ir you don't set relief ffooifue finl botlle viehnnd yonr money Uck. o botllc, TirD.D.D. Soap. too. Heading, 5; Northampton, 0. Southampton, 0; Portsmouth. 0. Swansea T., 0; Mllwall A., 0. 3; Methyr, 0. The Scottish cup re-played game re- sulted as follows: Armadale, 1; Ayr, 0. In tho rugby International game Scotland stored 19 points and Ireland nothing. SCOTTISH LEAGUE Ainlrle. 2; Patrick. 0. Celtic. 2; Hamilton, 0. Fulklrlc. ttf Aberdeen, Queen's Cark, Dumbarton, 1. Mothenvell, 2; Albion, Dundee. 3; St. Mirren, 1. Clyilebauk, 2; Third Lanark, 1. Hangers, 1; Clyde. 0. Kiliuamock. -1; Hibernians. 1. Midlothian. 1; Haith. 1. prises. McKar. Joe Si. Saddard, and Dill Hayes. Gabriel and Baleeie J. BJorkman, 'Jack Billy I Kusiek, Walter hois, Chas. Partridge, Billy I.undy Adam Uallenline; Sani. Praiiteau, ilarjry Turner and Silas Partridge. Every family iu llueoos Aires will !mvo the 'of hearlug 'at least ono npera each hoasoh the uew municipal opera house un- der Government supervision. BOSTON, Feb. man- agement of the Huston Nationals an- nounce luat Pitcher Hay Keating has beeu sold Io the Los AuEelos club of the Pacific Coast League, ft was said that Kealins'Vas not satisticci with Ihe contract the Braves offered him this year. Kitchener council will finance 000 of Hie cost of the new Collegiate and Technical Institute, to cost ?5 M lotion for Skin Disease J. D. Higmbothaiti Co., Ltd., dru Uists, No Soap Better .------For Your Shin------ Than Cuticura Ewp. tymicjj LlaJti S, St. 6t, Hfl TJIB PAS, Man.. Fob, mulmutes, collies, greyhounds, sheep j I doss cnii uoHhfirn liuskiea are Sher oE animal entered in the IIuO- son Hay Dog Derby classic wlilch will j by In-Ill JILTO March 17. The nice i.s run from The Pas to Sturgeon Land- ing and return, a diKanco ot 100 for a purse ol anil tho Derby cup. The teams wilt be sent away from scratch after dark on Tuesday, E Muruh it is expected 12 j hours oo thp Saskatchewan river. It Is a race first over (he finishing line will be dechtreil tlie winner. Previous races have hcen run in blizzards makiug trails Mind nnd tho goiug rough, tiring the dogs and cutting doiyri the aiue to With anything like fair weather con- ditions this time may be Iiy 3 to 4' hours. The entry of Walter nemo, tho Alaska musher, ivilh hia string of inrtlmutes has made' it tliifl- 'cult lo select the favorite. Eliminat- ing Gcrne from consideration expert- Effervescent Saline ll LI a IIMC ll nem ii euy I? gitct no d.tttru. Martin's For With strength and vitality of age more lhan ever before the importance of Gray's Syrup on hand for tmaitiiiate nic. c: bay th MoKtrxl D.WATSOX iCO AVw York ASTHMA COLDS Jl.Eii. ISJS Aejmplft eafo avoid. The with jukes brcathinc caiy. ri I aiid stops the i t tor.iothcrs vvilhyo-jru children ar.d alwrt to s a Eferera from A slliiba, Send dtfrnpliw SOLD BY CdUOCISTI VAPO-CRFSOUKECO. UrmTa r BIAt Jicstr'j MRS. KILL SPEAKS OUT CONCERN. ING DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS She Tells Suffering Women If They Use Docld's Kidney Pills According to Directions They Will. Find Relkf. HATCIILKV, Out., Peb. iiouil's Kidney Pills are the remedy suffering wotnen are look- itu; for is evidenced hy the statemen! of'Mrs. William S. Hill, ivell knowr. and hishly respected here. "IJodd's Kidney Pills are certainls splendid." Mrs. Illll says. "There ii nothing better for female trouble au( a run-down system. "If women will follow the direction! and rules Doild's Kidney Pills wil' hell) them." Mrs. 11111 speaks out o( a full heari and from hor oivn, experience.' 'She suffered and found relief in Dodd'i Kidney Pills. The kidneys were tin cause of all hor (rouble. Tho kidneyi ere the cause of nine-tenths of the troubles of tho women of Canada. Dcidd's are purely nn( simply a kidney remedy. Hy strength- ening tho kidneys they remove tho cause of the trouble. Tout's ivhj Dodd's Kidney Pills aro known as suf- fering women's best friend. Ask youi neighbors about English P. W. L-. Burnley.......31 IB S Eromwieh.27 ID S Sunrierland ..2S IS 10 Liverpool .....20 14 10 Newcastle r. ..30 H 11 Manchester City.29 13 10 UoIton_Wan. ...31 12 U Chelsea......2S 14 11 Astvtn Villa :___2S 13 10 She'ffteld U. 12 12 Bradford......27 10 9 'Mldiilesboro .29 II 12 Winchester U. .23 9 10 "Kverlon......25 911 Arecnnl......29 9 11 Notts County ..27 0 10 Uradford City ..20 12 Preston X. E. ..28 10 13 Derby Conn I y ..3D S H Oldbam Athletic.2S 10 15 blackbuni R. ,2S 52 H .Sheffield Wed. .20 6 17 Division P. A. P. 7 47 42 3? 0 74 36 2 51 38 34 j 5 43 32 331 5 37 25 331 C SS 49 321 S 51 iS 32] 3 41 35 311 5 SO 45 31 I! 40 48 30 5 42 37 2S 6 42 fl 3S 33 27 9 SO 4S 27 9 42 50 27 S 46 51 26 S 42 48 26 S 42 58 25 S 32 45 24 S 34 41 23 S 3G 03 20 5 22 45 18 English Division W. L. F. A. P.! Tottenham llol. 2S 22 2 4 76 21 48 Birmingham .27 16' 5 .Htiddersfiold T..2S 15 6 Ulucliiiool .....29 34 S Hull City ......30 ir, 1't Ham U. ,2S 13 S Stoke .......29 If. 11 VuljiBm......2S 12 IS 11 Soulh Shields ..29 11 10 ..23 12 12 r Bamslev Bristol City Stockport Cy. Port Vnlc....._. _. _ Leicester City ..28 Notts Forest ...29 9 13 Itotherhnm C. 81 Clapton Orient .28 Wolyerhampton Wanderers .27 7 13 Lincoln City ...3d 7 17 Orlmsby To'wn .29 6 Id City ..30 3 IS li 52 20 3S 0 CO 2C 3S 7 SO 30 35 2 57 54 34 27 25 33 3 48 3C 33i 7 35 35 31 5 39 33 31 8 31 31 30 5 45 37 29 .27 8 7 12 27 24 2S .28 11 11 C 42 3C 28 .28 10 12 r, 41 43 2G r> 2S 48 25 7 33 41 25 7 ?.G (13 23 4 30 43 22 9 15 7 3S iiO 21 U 31 71 20 4 21 56 16 5 17 14 Southern P. Portsmouth .'23 Cardiff City ....28 Crystal Palace .25 Heading .30 Queen's Park H. 28 Watford 28 .Norwich City ...2C Bxeter City' ....21) Elrentford 29 E'lymonth Arg. .27 Swlnilon Town .25 Southern! U. ...27 Southampton .29 Merthyr1 Town .25 Mlilwnll Athletic 29 SwanKtii Town .28 Jirtehton and Hove A y, Ilrlsto! Rovers Newport Cty, ..2.S t.titon Town ..20 Northampton .23 tMIHnghain ..11 League W. D. 19 14 fi S <5 10 7 11 S 6 16 10 a 12 7 7 H 6 li 9 9 11 S S n 10 r, 8 S 11 10 12 7 ft It fl 10 12 9 11 S S IT, 7 12 S s in 7 14 f, 0 15 7 4 IS 9 35 llcthernell Jfunde" i ffilmaniork Airdriconions Scottish Leagu P. V. ......2S 23 1 27 17 3 20 If, 7 29 16 SI 15 U K. A. 56 19 415 2S 44 29 37 32 45 28 40 29 4o 32 35 30 36 34 37 28 43 41 29 33 4C SO 38 43 37 43 34 S2 40 52 42 C7 30 f.l 24 49 43 61 13 5S f, A. SI 14 r.t 24 iM 44 S7 4! 46 3S SO M 4t 15 25 45 4.5 14 15 VETERANS IN BUSINESS IN LETHBRIDGE This Business Directory Shows a List of the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City v J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer All Kinds of Cement Work, Estimates Furnish- ed Free. 826 SEVENTH ST. 6. PHONE 1461 GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales 327 11th STREET SOUTH PHONE 1692 R. SINTON CUSTOM TAILOR Ladies' and Men's Suits to Measure. CLEANING AND PRESSING PHONE 733 815 THIRD AVE. S. T. ROTHWELL WITK ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN (SUCOESSORS TO F. MILES) Fine Shoe Makers and Repairers SI! FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1717 VETERANS' TRANSFER. (GEO. GREGORY, PROP.) -LIGHT HEAVY DRAYING REMOVED COAL AND WOOD DELIVERED, C.O.D. 1317 1st Ave. North Lefhbridge. Phone 646 C. SELLENS Builder, Contractor and Cabinet Maker ESTIMATES FREE PHONE 1653 D. Brunton E, j. Hooker HAVE OPENED A First Class Meat Market At 328 Th'ir'teenth Street North PHONE 1698 .RESIDENCE, 1397 W. PERKINS WITH BUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 401 Fifth Street South, 693 Auto Owners Just a word to Icl you knnw you can your old top Elriiniued ami uiiholslcring to wsar and look bottor relrin lhan ever at Iho Lethbridge Auto Top Depot G. T. BLUNT. Prof.-. NEXT TO HERALD Olit-of-1 own Orders Promptly Attended To PHONE 1143 MR. RETURNED MAN Are you a member of the G. W. V. A. JACK HILL JACK HOLLINGSWORTH Lethbridge Taxi Fourth Ave. S., Rear of Palace Confectionery, 24 Hour Service. Phdne 664 MR. RETURNED MAN Are you a member of the G. W. V. A. ;