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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUXE 30, 1920 THS U5THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HARRY MENZIES IS GOLF CHM1JN IN CITY; GOOD SCORE 45 awl 41, Fnrrghhrg PoUts Below Nearest Kiwi; Four Tied for Second Honors (By J. S. K.) PUjlng ondeif ideal eolfkaf condi- tions tumid'loose and "hit for a 45 and 41, him 68 net, vhich was 3 pcteia better than his closet Menzle has only played golt for :th'e list three has 'been Terr persistent and topped' off Thursday in no nh- cdrtaln style. His 41 was excellent eolf. He had a the Sth which is'usually a tqngh S. His'score by hblea was 6, 6, S, 5, 8, 3, 6, 5, 3, 5, 6, 5, 0, 4) 3, S; 6, 3, Deduct 18 handicap, Crowding at Meniii's Mrs, likes it Sirs. Larue. says' she thought it impossible to do certain'thlnga without fresh cream. Someone told Pacific Milk as It. comes from. the tin and use H like Fresb I Cream. says that she .-reallyJllkeB.lt better than cretin i for booking'. V FACTORY AT LARDNER, B. C. WHITE STAR O O I I O L I PW E MONTREAL, Q llJtfl POOL Canada ..July 17 Megantic ..JnlyZt Megantic Aug. 21 Canada? AUK. 21 Megaatlc .Sep. 38', Canada1 Z White Star Line NEW. LIVERPOOL Mobile (formerly S. S. Cleveland) Celtic ____ July 24 Baltic rjuly 31 Mobile .Aug. 14 Oeltkj ____ Aug. iS NEW SOUTHAMPTON Olympic ..July 8 Lapland ..July 17 Laptaml ..Aug. 4 Adri.itic ..Aag. 14 Olympic ..Ang.K Adriatic ..Sep. 15 Apply any Railway or S. S. Ascnt, or. Company's Office, 28C Main. Bt, Bathing Suits We carry the classy by A Mattern of Callforrla; also the fam- ous Tom Wye suits and other makes. Every pur- chaser IB lastingly delight- ed. THE HING5TON SMITH ARMS CO. LTD. Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary. CONSUMERS' HA.RD. SUPPLY Lethbridge Local Agenls torn bnBdrad net Tl s. Home, Crmlc. KirUnm aad Cartwrry. Hume knr More fur the txj 45 K. bet vu dov oe bii handi- cap. Dr. CraVi fiXiln ot the local alto noataid hi charmed' iron a 4i aad 18.' i. B. KJrkham had e, from 97. C. E. (TOM S9 Meailo. .cevvnl euy ww 'bo gnmt wllh flnt and hit nsmark- rile i on Oa> ftk WM goU.. t. SCOTM i .It "Coca vwttMtr and a tic played their IS holes, thow whow znt Knm -were bcfcv X) are given herwith ij, W. Mcnzfe SS IMS 18-W. D. Hume leu Uri'Cnfc.fa lev ;r J. S. Ktrkkam C. K, Carbierry 93 less' W. 22-rt6. :.v N. T. Macltod Jackson UO lew J. J. iBcDoniien ios a. 1M Uas T.- Oxland .JM 'lew' J: A.. 111 less S R. J; 107 lew 85. Jno. Mack 118 B. Tartar '104'less tAl Mara ;10S leas About 12 otben turned In tcores. DBTC defeated Normle Sfcc- lead the; senil-flnal of the June play down for the Captain's priie. He's there waiting tor the Mara- McDorjiell match to be played. July Draw The preliminary .round for dcnra coe> the best scorers pabrad against each other aa (ollom: S. C. Kobson (v> .T. Oxlaad. i W. B.'.Tnraer'.T5'D. Hume. J.'a.vJTjrkham'TB T J. McDonneli "is J. i T. J. 1. X-MfteFCiy H. JKi- iieciite. ii: Nichola n. Momgeaa. W. H. OeLong TS Dr. Fat While the honorary secretary Win. Crawford In Edmonton mark- Ing papers, J. B. Kh-kbam Is actlnj Phone 316 13th 8t 8. Send in yonr faen. Tbe caretaker, repairs and rewraps clnta and- can give best of satiBtao-, tion in this department. Colten are the efforts o facing the neceaiHy. of at least doubling the acconunoda-: tton at the high icbool, tnrnlih-i tag at least another room cad Uacber (or the pshUc Khool. A conjclldated school tor the Valley U ajhokwi o( and BomethJng alooi that line my asaiiJ The adding at ttSK dart to the t'jJS of Imperial torcttry remludB adme ot ttMniMtas.1 tUJ Increaae ts tbo at thli voint, largely to the cciurtao'- ly Increasing Jrult, eiport. Two rears of Commerce, alona with but: a; 'fcacager cjerka could of Crestoo'j baoklng year .'weiJiiVi the Commerce ytttX, a manager clerka a'ad the'tope rial 'with 'a "man-' ager and two: it is jiift wdtitare to be brooshi ,iii, by Commerce before the season i cot: -i' The SgvM tfbulated by echool teachers for the year Just clos- ed disclose the fact that in Principal Smith's room there two scholars who have been In attendance every day during Uw school term, and were never late on a single 178 days. This is the first' time' in Crestoa's history and Principal Smith's long teaching eipertence .that such >a record has been established. Mre. V. S. MacLachlan of Victoria, of the provincial department of health, addressed a well attended meeting here on Satnrday night, to set forth the work-of a public health nurse, and stimulate Interact in this cause which the Women's Institute have In band. To secure s community nurse of thi> E0rt_a salary of and trans1 portatlon his to be guaranteed.. The institute hope at their July meeting to have had favorable .responses to the requests for subscriptions In this connection so as to be able to pro- ceed at once to secure a this sort. Tho decision of the Peekin theatre management to erect their new m'o- .tion picture house at the. comer of Barton Ave, and Canyon Road, has created a demand for. property .la that section. A. Manuel has just purchas- ed tn-o of the four choicest lots avail- able, ..with tho intention of eiectlnE a store on the site. Work commenced on Monday on'thg laying of the permanent highway 'on tiie road from the postolHce corner to Crawford'a hill. The rock crusher, is located centrally'and with a big Faderal truck .to do: the hauling a good showing ia being made the work. The new stretch of road will form part of the trans-conttnerital highway, and is also the heaviest stretch of road in the Valley. J. K.'Proctor, C.P.R., district pass- enger agent, wag here on his semi- annual business trio last week. So far this year-' the passenger traffic out of Creeton 'has been at least 25 per cent.'he'avier'.than In 1519, while In freight, express and telegraph the increased showing is even greater. Monday ushered in'the hot weather that the berry growers have been ing for, and strawberry shipping is showing a heavy' increase from day to day, with chauccs now of. loading out the first straight carload of them at Wynndel the early part ot next week. Growers report that the sliow- ery and rather cool June weathar ex- perienced has been exceptionally bene- ficiaL as it haa enabled the plants' set ont last year, which got very lltUe growth during the excessively dry, Eummer and 1319, to.'ro1 cover .unexpected vitality and theeo new-planted areas are sow coujited on for a.much better yield than they, promised even a month ago. PAGE NINE Calgarian Loses Iii Goif Finals J0iy j. -iC, H Grler,