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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX iUK Uil HBKlLHJli DAILY THUIMUY. JUJA 8, y BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus WHILE MKiCIC I'D CUT I'M COOK MEfeELF AN CREW DOOR 6LMAME13 SHUT- SOW VMV tU. 1 DO! i xi Tt-J 1920 it Iwrt. EN1 WE KNOW- How to Prepare Fooc! and Serve It To Please You. SILVER N. H. Corner Fourth AvK'aMJ'Flfth St McILVENAlpKES HIGH JUMt> FOR WESTERNCANADA Champion High Jumptr of .Leth bridge-Takes Honors in Oly pic Trials at sin Easy Time of, Five Feet Five Inches Should Be-Sent to Montreal. Hugh Mcilvena, of. the Ltth- brirfge branch bf tfie G. W.'-V. A.f how holds the championship" for western Canada fn the high jump. To get It In Winnipeg yesterday be onty had to clear five feet five and a half inches. This" information was received by Thomas. Longworth, president of the G. W. V. A., in a telegram this morning from Winnipeg. Me- was sent to-Winnjptg by W. V. A., after he hid brok- en the Alberta record fortrfe high Jump at Calgary, taking the cham- pionship honors at the same time. Now the way Is open for Mctl- vena to ,compete in. Montreal for 'the teams to go overseas. Leth- bridge veterans have been leading the way in Lethbsidge, and it is now up to all lovers of clean sport in J-eth bridge to see ;-that Mcllvena gets a -chance to ihe name Let h bridge Salnriiay at Eekstorm Park GRAND CIRCUIT Offer Prizes lo Waves and Rain Visit i Ohio. July Ohio, for 2.0S a (Special lo Uie tlerald) ylue of was the feature event TEUMb Juh the gen oT today's grand circuit program at of the ladies of Mount Keriile Soilh linndall. .A dash for colts and chapter of tho. Daughters of the'Em three other events compleled Ihe prUes..wcre again offered this CT'i- io the i uplja In each of the th-ee Twelve were named-to go to grades rofiJlh'a ferule. Public pot iu Ihe Ohio Bru iloff whith school made the nighestjitonding brought the record of ?30 l ear 111 Canadian hblorv during the winter ruled faiortte Tn's ivmner In Divluon I Is named. Peter Coley. IMU Todd and E Color "Merle Wallace ho also the prize ado also bad ii large foil ov Ing last In another illusion The 1 Iclds of 10 were named in the 2.1'! Prize in Division 'Jl.Cgoes to Clifford race and the 2.1S trot but both were and in the 111 Dhislou the coi.'-idoretl open M the hoise Vme was b> Irwin Commons mei In the five eights o( a mile dash1 "'a'lace aLo vron the Rsll fo three-year-old trotter" and in the of 'Of general proflclencs, as] 07 class tfbt. fieUs of JId Xolland ih his class 'tie uHisibn the pupil an: picture, for himself or her self a suitaWii liook A cool T has struck the 1 coming fro.'i iidrlh bringing fu its j wake: aVflne 'downfall of rain which I Is grpatlj appreciated b> the truck I farmers m tl c i Dr llonnoll and family returned to Iterino frojii Saturdai MIrs lioiiucll and children spent the iuter in the teririinal Dr returned from the coast this mo'rriDg- lie had been Coney Island For Big Fight? BUYING GLOTHING HERE Is Hke pultlnff your In the you jet'is-hat you .for ylth intercit. added" in- ibu way of' better v.iliiM, fitting- suits, and correct Blj'kV Suit Is only Tai'.on a {50.00 Bert. Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block .ON THE CORNER.', Dempsey-Carpenfier Champion- ship Cfrind Maj Be Held There. professional week: business lor the last NEW Island, I New York's plajground addcrt to 1 daj to the list of possible baltle tgrounds for the prospecihe AMERICAN LEAGl'Q lents for I Carpentlcr heavyweight championship be mutch, when the- managers of Cleveland New York TENMS Kaslboimie, England, July diyoiis.were iiol Ideal today for the beginning'of the matches between the Washington Boston St. Louis Detroit Philadelphia Won. ost S 47 ot> Boston Shut, Out Twice PHILADELPHIA.- July Philadel- phia shut out Boston twice today, 'six lo nothing and one- to nothing, making three straight aud au even break for the six-game series, Boston Philadelphia French' a'lidl'riHed 'Stales Davis cuii Karr. Eibol and Walters te.iius to which shall continue! Parkins. in the contest fur tue International Second game -0 V3 1 6 10- 1 Kccfer and TOltO.XTO. July A movement is trophy. v Boston oil foot to have Ihe. SO or .40 men in j .The in six days came Philadelphia who have, won the Victoria i'ross meet at tlie'CaDadian nailoual exhibition and invitations shortly will je sent (jut with this in vien-. It Is proposed to specially honor the V. C.''s it the exhibition. with a westerly gale, which was strong enongb to mar the play, unless its force'should abate later In the- alter- noou. The goaked courts) we're being rapidly dried out by the wind during tho morning. Service WE ARE IN A POSITION GIVE YOU UNQUALIFIED SATIS- FACTION FOR THE FOLLOWING WORK OILING AND GREASING EMERGENCY CALLS WASHING CARS TIRE REPAIRS .Our night man is at your service any hour. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 1451 Fortune and Wallers; Perkins.' olliera Intel fereil c< ih in the nileball arranjiemei i tins id the first game bei 'pla'e I on night the Ro l he lwu met here to discuss I Marians ml Columhlis Tlub boi- will llrrlls for Inerform iti Ftl alSrm part ihr-est in unnamed'promoteris said tol louse of hid1 grounds will not he preb l authorized Charles J. Harvey, ent M ihis ciiv got buss 'ormcr secretary of the boxing com- u 3 vjstprdai and mjde d job 011 to privl- ijtl fixing up the diamond U drae" i lege of btagmg the championship con- ill rolled and generally ittendoa to at lne famous amusement nark. 491! On Sailing night the Hanke. s nml I rhanksgiving Day was the dalo'dls- Mluors Till ulas at the Bam- pait cu at tne This game wan first callod for Weil nesday night bui owing lo the in- ability of some-of the .Bankers' play er3 to turn tml that night the game was postponed "until Saturday oven- Ing; A.s the Bankers hare gained a ou the yocltiun in the league faaturdiu instit s gimt should be a good .one. They arc not In u position to give :.iny game away and as the Miners have proved light-, crs from the drop "of the bill in the] matter of contesting ,of a game tho Bankers ,wjll .he. forced to (heir mettle. JAPANESE TRADE TOKIO, Julv 5 Japan's Imports citeoded ier exports bj 4D7 000 000 yen for, flrst; sU months of 1920, accord'ng lo official agures mitle pub- lic today 4721 "191 204 o 1 Perry auu WESTERN CANADA. At KOmonton; Sasliatuou 0; l-'Otnyn- ton 4. Second Kdmrmton C; Snskutoon 1. At Hcglnii: Winnipeg 0; llcghm 4. At-Calgary: .Moose Jaw 1-15; Cal- gary 7-3. PACIFlGjCPAST Oakland Scallle X. (if Saoramcnlo Kail rYuniiiscQ S. Sail i.aVe L% I.oa-Angelea i. ill Vcrnoti 4; Porllnni] u. 112 -RETREADING Get jour next, tjre relreadeif us. Wojr'c expert lire men. -rWe Are Also Experts In Sec- tional Work, Broken Beads, etc. .We are here to give service, Spe- cial service to oiitof-towri orders. Express paid .one way. Lclh- bridge's Retreaders. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 1664 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD E, CHAPLIri, LethbrUae. 712 3rd AVE. S. 8. CHAPLIN. Macleod. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION .Minneapolis 15: St. Paul 3: Toledo 7. Kansas City Indianapolis C. (IS Milwaukee postponed, wet 'INTERNATIONAL .Tcrscy Cily Torynlo (Otliers Local Fishermen Report Splen- did Catch lp Jliddli South'Fork.' Day of Sports Enjoyed By Abont One Hundred and Fifty People. held a coinmun- lly pirnlc (ui Dominion Day iu ney'r, Crovc on Iho river botlom. As a comrnnniiy was a splcndlit r.iiccesa ami was a fine exhibition of UK i-oniniunlly spfril that .cxlsls in that neighborhood. Old and yming. nllkc, took part in Hie games and rucos .mill general tporls of the afternonn. land from baskets ample food was pro- j (liir-crl frjr all. Tlic comntittee In charge of the pfc- inlc wish to thank Manager iTnrglcy for ihn iis-j of ihe company motor ilriKk, Mr. U'liitnirv (or the use'of llii! (grove. Mr. Mdnnls for his services iill (lit: bnsijiflss-men who donalerl BOARD HEARS EVIDENCE IN C. P. R, TELEGRAPHERS' CASE j mnterlal (ljr nvlM8 in any Wiiy to make Ihe'ilay Ihefsuc- MONTIIEAL. July 7.---The board nf cess it wa< conciliation, In fnvcsliyatn _________________ Ihn Increase In dcnntnidoir by I Ibn opcralora of Ihe Canadian I'ticllif jrnthvay Ictrgrniih (mniiany, cniiclnrlcrl .Ihc hc-aring tit evidence Ihia morning, LO.XUON. Uni privately, Tho employees. men were minus hvcll represented, slated their cose I very fully ami Iho v.-Uolt imestlon Is I now under deliberation by Jlio mem- I hers of the board. nmc-fi evidence iia to. hi; considered, a few days will probably elapss ,tho judgnior.t i is made public. FIVE HURT July O.-Five