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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FBLDAY, JULY TV UETHBMPGE DAILY HERAlft PAGE SINE COAlDALEHASGAtADAYIN Rotariaas ami NobWorf Fell Before CoaMak Aggregation Gave Them Good Wag Three to COAUULE, Jnlv never to be forgotten among (be baseball fans of Coaldale today, July 1120 It will ic dqwm hi the Collide hictorr the day of the big rune. We have wlihlarfor a'ftod real hiidiirtr o( a (uue (or ebke-'limefaff wf wire tot oce but two of than today. The weather, Ideal ;erid everybody primed up to b4ch pitch The'araUgmSns Mwan Nobleford. Coaldale kept everybody, sUndiai on idiias their breath all Uwjjriy tbrouth the tune, Coal dale oae'nSriiht In'the flrei Inning and both .sWea worked bard after that to keep ieeifcg. tath, aiaytag nel Mi. CoaUale boys played.aa ciiuitiai tuae, ts that tor Me leacw and white- wasted Moblaterd. Netteford haa got a good all the seiM and we must say Prenderajaat it a good pitcher. LlMnp of.-the first gaew follows '3-b; Climle ,2-b; If; Lund rf; Smith 1-lt; Davis ss; McCann cf; Noble p. 3-b, O Woe- beck 2-b; McbeiU ct; Kuttledge l-b; Ray rf, Prendergast p; H. Wciebeck M, Odell c, filbert If "V R ..100 MO Nobleford V .We 000 WhH-0 2 8 out by Noble 9 oet by Prendergsst Si bases on i hit by 'bases, 'Climle 4 J. I Xf.'-'V 5 Olria'fUi llrelr. MOMV freely, dfe Coil- dale bon, botk'oa erron too. Seaman a good ut Lewis had akhUMd attar ot down to real pltcblng in the nd Inning, LeUbrMge could not gtt lythlng off kin aey .more. It look- rery much for a loag tinfe was 'going (o do the same hing to Coaldale aa they did to ord, but the boys kept up good I and when Cllmie knocked a tree bagger in the eight, the atom Hoke IOOM, everybody yelled, mto, omen and children and whea HMt ilaaed the iKtekiad ball and let CUimte a eTtrybody. on toe Coaldale oinf poaslble aid lai- Ann at of age is dtfaer a fathtre or a success. BEECHAKTSPILLShayebeen made for sixty yean and bam the largest tateof any medicae Milliocnnte BEECHAM'S PILLS -SSSI ;The 'second played be- tween the Turin and the Coaldale girls'--iiatehill teams InTlnclbl Mabel Hyssup pitched for and PJckford Kramer did; the catching; all she bad a big Mack hit by a ball before the game Totsto Sinclair Turinrand Calll Milla did tie catching There is gooc Ditching stuB In Tutsle The'garni only lasted five inning owing to the time getting late fo the'boys' Hcond gaine. The score wa as 23', Turin 5. Th girls are able to put up a good gam with a little more, practice, which the badly Some of them could aU do with a little less bacXtalk and mor attention to the game 'Potarlant Next The big feature of the day begs VISIT US OUR NEW STORE TWO DOORS NORTH OF DALLAS HOTEL A fine new stock of Clothing, Furnishings and Shoes as always 'The Biggest Bundle for the Dollar' SPECIALS SAT. SHOES 2 SPECIAL LINES OF DRESS SHOES and PANTS 'VERY SPECIAL VAI.DES AT awl SHIRTS FLANNEL SHIRTS DRESS SHIRTS M. GOODMAN Two Doors North ol Dallu Hotel ben the Rotnrlans, miituce of iners, Nobletord and :RoUrlafli '.ajl Od picked pUytn, stood agaJut oaldale boys. The boyi tad good number of fans vttb tbera Us tinM fataif- to be Usii by QUEEN'S OWN REGIMENT l.O.D.E. HONOR DEAD Coaldale kept Lethbridge from tear- ng In the eight, atepplng on the bat a. the Drat halt ot the hlnth witk i ig hope of tlelng I lie gaine. O'Coanor ad two strikes and tUngs began'to ook like a fas out when Charlie lambasted the ball and- knocked. It nt in the right field It happened hat particular .tiine and tne'ball crowd- d in'among some ko'pt he fielder banting for a while Ctarll" .had 'lots'of time to get irounrl the diamond Jackson wai up next and got on to Drat stealing to second while Noble was on the bat, >nd when Noble knocked out a two lagger the big thine was accomplish- ed, we had erehed .the :hen got one in ahead of tie Ueth- briilge boyi. There was no Limit to the rosten after that Lethbridce stepped op to the bat stU! hoping to tear the game away tram Gilles fanned end Membetx of tne Q OR. Chapter I.O.D.BL" at the commetn-britlre awnce held by Dr. .'Cody in St. James' Cemetery, Toronto, at the grsie of Major Tililets Sankejr, one of Ike nMrtCbon of the regiment'. After tke aerrke members of the chapter the graves of former Q.O.E. Biejnbera In the various local cemeteries. WHEAT CROP IJNCOLN, 4jeb', July -Fedefml and state oSclals state that Nebraska's 19JO 'wheat crop will reach boiiris or under the'' 1919 "proddctlon: A report, prepared by A. B. Anderson of the Federal bveai and Beere-tary Leo Stuhr ot the State Jkgrknl-tural Departmeci, ftres as percent aa tie condition of the winter wheat crop; and estimates it will rMd bushels as coiapared to lufc BDrinr. SDrihff aayi 'the report, "is Tery proaiiainc and aside from possibilities of hail or lack of moisture, Ne-; Wukawlir harvest a splendid crop, Meet of .the fields oaniasea bj" March hate fully- recovered. Much the wheat is getting very thick and rank and condition! are becoming ideal for the development ot rust." Contlnulnk' Its review of crop conditions in the state, the report adds ".Tie average ot oats is the same as last Preliminary estimates forecast, a' prediction of bushels comnared to 69.962.000 huEhpln last ANTWERP, July weeks before the opening'of the Olympic games at tu stadium, and with the closing, thirty nations hate entered for the contests." two of them beteg China and British: India, whkb haio not hitherto as probable competKorf.: CKile and Bra- zil are the only South American coun- tries entered. M.exlco will have con- testants in several addi- tion to the countries already named the following may stand as the oflidal list of competing nations: Belgium, fcanada, Den- mart, Egypt, Spain, the United, Skies, Finland, France, Great Britain, Greece, Holland, Italy, Japan. Luxembourg. Norway, Zealand, Portugal, Po and, Strath' Sweden, Iturland, and Jugo- lavid. OLD COUNTRY, CRICKET LONDON. July Aeso- Jated ralit.preventet lay at LorJs during practlcallv the rhole three days'sttt apart for the .nlverslllEs' cricket >match, day was allowed In the clrcumstanc Coaldale. Bui 'hin they' pnt'; lii Ounsworth for a pinchhitter and hj banned also.'bopee simmered to nothing for Seaman was up next and he fans as regmlar as a clock with Lewis pitching The big game was ended and 'tt'e Coaldale Braves are still in the lead with a caaln of eleren winning gamei in.a row. Takeaa real lire team now to beat them. Come on raisle one ap somewhere They are getthg-too cocky. The liarap toJIows 3-b; Land rf; Cllmie 24; Whltltng cf, Dajris so, Lewla p, Bums if, Smith 1-tJ; O'Con- nor c. Noble sub 3b, Morrison Ib, Rbyer ef; Olllw Leenlca ss7 Sea- man p; HaC c; Boxnell rf, Prender- gast 2b, Dmnnforth pinehhltter. Score by R. H B Coaldale......000 000 9 2 Rotarians 200 (KM) 4 4 ruas O'Connor, three base hits CUmle 1, hits, Royer; out by 18, by femman 13, hit by ball Lewis 1, stolen bases: Jackson 2, Lewis 1, Cllmie 1, Sang 1, Prondergast 1 es a draw as the reault waa aliapat In- evitable. The store was Oxford Cambridge }6i tor nlw Mav- rett took seven Oxford wicketa Mr (9 runs. ,J Mrs. WUlIam Meredith, daughter-In- aw 6f the'great solved lha housing problem is the Uttle village ot Fleet by Mthc out SlocktQu House, her Ueorglan in and installing" a kitchen. SOVIET TO HAVE INTRYSOON Sir George Foster 'Does Offer Any Official' Objections. Not NEW YORK, July C. A. K. Martens, chief of the soviet Russian bureau here, this morning announced that he feceived'euthbftfcatfo'n frnm Ottawa for the establishment of a Russian soviet commission, office in the The soviet'agent formally applied.for perm las Ion. to open'a Canadian, office about two weeks ago and bos been in correspondence with the department of trade and commerce in regard, to this more since then..This morning tie Informed the Canadian Press that he had 'received a letter from Sir Ceorge Foster stating'that .the Canad Ian government would' offer no: objec- tion to the maintenance of comriiercla offices by the representative of soviet Russia for purchases to be made1 In Canada. A negro was lynched at Rincpn GEL, after confessing to murdering a 17 year old while girl i to -preliminary will reach bushels compared to bushels in 1919. July. An Increased acreage is expect These estimates are all based on June ed due to the fact that the small grain acreage leas than last TOURSUMMERTOEAT tioot jaded wtth the heavy iheburd Shredded Whed: strawberries delicious, noor- Sumroer treat people vAto know hov to eat THAOX'S -4 Without Doubt the Best Suit Values in Lethbridge ii-< For Saturday are offerjngtfhe Men a few Gen- uine Bargains in SUITS, PYJAMAS AND Owing to the late season and late our stock has got-us stuck, liavt got to make a clearance and regardless of We must sell. MEN'S SUITS In latest stjles, in colors that please. suils nro rncular.to ?4S SATURDAY SPECIAL I No TAX. This lino br MEN'S some of our best; regular to J6000 SPECIAL TAX SHOES FOR MEN WHO J THE LATEST IN MEN'S fARF. FOO'i'WEAR I In black or tan; regular 514.00; Saturday Special FOOi'WEAR In dark brown; regular, lo 16.00; Saturday Special MEN'S.FINE COnONJPYJAMAS New arrivaia'in'rancj and plain slripes; regular J3.5D. Special MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS In all colors and makes: regular- to Satur- day Special MEN'S FINE COTTON HOSE Iri black Special or tan; Saturday pairs A PERFECT Shave in 3 MinWes" is AutoStrop razor service. Stropping 'ind cleaning without taking anything apart, without even the blade from the frame is an exclusive AutoStroo Razor feature, And th'e quality of ffie sEave Is 'tHe End you are craving for! Your dealer will gladly demonstrate the AutoStrop Razor to 'you. He will guarantee to refund your money, if the razor does not prove to your entire satisfaction. Only, with' strop and twelve blades in arrattractive'assortment of (AutoStrop Safety Razor Co., Limited AutoStrop Boildlnf, Toronto, Canada ;