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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATIMDAY, 31, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAlfofHERALD'' PAGE And Ruth is CUmbinc Towards the 50 Home Suit Hark tad lut car passed the otter uU "It's CTl' f MM Jut iafte Mcoad !a tie with an average of .319, and Nfefeobon foarth with -MT. Max Carry of tn oat In front In iteajiae with a total of that M U i> no daaiw of MX overtaken." Cr WUainu 'of Philadel- phia, total ec eon- Unuee to tod tn home ma Utttaf Other taMUm batten: Rouch. cinnati. .1M; KocotcSy, Brooklyn. .SKr Philadelphia. .W; Holtodwr, .Cfatearv .HI; Groh, Cin- cinnati, .517; .115: Now Tark, .lit; Vtack, Cmka- to, .31S. NOT A STACK THE DECK WHEN THE GAME IS HOBO CRIBBAGE ST. ho- boes gamble on who is to do the only work In their for grub told by a citizen who look refuge from a siorm under the G. T: R. bridge here. Two Weary Wiliei'lvnre under the bridge and a freight train passing. The hoboes took cars alternately and by the numbers played a crlbbage game. One said the next car raced on and the other counted "i If teen-two." They kept 'counting, and finally one 'said ol while the olfcer tttd down the trMu- to (he Mtefer houw to tor Riril IrrigaftM Towns' Ball To 1-0 more a (tick at. there wu a aaatt itch a alee awn tho and Blow play, bat owing to the CalUec' ranks being so badly de- plated by nfeht abUta and Injuries the Mcve poitposcd came. A thing hiatory hat iWonTeeeB, in dflllMd oaantrlw. We LiA.A_A.A. now a, obwtlralioii to govern then. Ho'waboat the football leagttt 7TM exhibition of goal'keeping whhh -pat up'mw -without doubt of the best1 seen'la thia city: Sid. Wallls got a nuty knock but as able to continue the came. Ttls collision was awarded a penaKy which did not vrore as'sensational as wii eipected, it licked-the neces- iary and Judgment. Billy Unniag'i last minute goal was somewhat disputed, but give a'man credit for hli good work, criticize him if 'otherwise. is 'some tendency on the part -players to introduce the fact Into an argument that they took part in the great war. All honor to those who did go, nut remember tbjtt you didn't win the war ror .did any other eleven uiea in this Forget that, "I'm a veteran stulf." Dlinlay a lltlle sand. This season is almost it has been a season of sport. you're no good your- self, don't try to belittle the other fellow, give a man credit where it Is due. Play u pand play the game: Tours to a cinder. ALP. f Score Hy- In a alts-Inning at fair after- noon Twzhalt baseball team in an error defeated Uw Coal dale turn by a of 1 to 0. The' game TM kotly cooiwtod and remained -a 191 the cloee of the last i.ninr when the batter for Vaui- yn polled in winning ran by game lasted three houra, In the Tiber football took the field agalnit Retlaw, after argood. steady game, which kept the crowd on their toet On Thartday Enchant baseball team jlayed Taber at the fair, the Taber men winhiag-by'a score of 17 None of the opposing team pass. ed second, the pitching ot Harris be- ing effectlre enough. In the evening Taber engaged -Retlaw, but rain broke up the'gamo. The game was played out this morning. Taber winning by l to i. A BUSINESS trip to Cowt txcomn whtn yea' Iht Canidtan Pacific trallem dining cars and Beivfcc, compartment ob- Mrvition cairn, Liberal itojvortr priviltjtt. r Set VANCOUVER, Cnuda'a gitiway port to tbi Pacific, with Uw Vancouver Hotel of mfllrbpolitaa slandjrf; and VICTORIA, bit of oWf EngWn'd, withVw'ondtriiil drives and jcH links. TM Kinprxs Hmtl hospitality. Summtr Tfctefj now m Suffered from GOITRE for Gu-Solvo Ban- ished It for Keeps Miss McDonald of Toronto, gladly recommends to .those ,sufr fering from Goitre. She herself had CANADIAN PACIFIC ftATWAY, Phoni'BlZ 'Goitre for yean; until she heard of ;Gu-Solvb. Four years ago GuSolvo her goitre and as yet it has not returned. Her. Goitre" wllli not re1 turn. Read Miss McDonald's letter: "Dear suffered from goitre for years; and hearing of your medicine, I decided to give it a trial, from which 1. received vgood the: goitre ''U now; four years took tttfc and as yet havo'had.no re.tarn'ji tekV. pleasure thls''feni-' edy to anyone suffering from goitre, for what It has done for me. I am, Yours, sincerely, H. McDonald, Is' sold in'Lethbrldge'by J. D. Htglnbotham Ltd. The Monk Chemlcar.pp.v.Clmilelif 43 Scott ST. CATtlARiNES. Ont, Jnly 31 Two heavy local thunderstorms-this morning threatened to put a damper on tho f nal day of the Royal Canadiai Henley, but when the first event of arrived, the senior qtiar ter-mlle flash, the skies had cleared and the grandstand rapidly filled'Up Interest was keen in the senior quar In which Johnny Durnan am Ed. "Butler oC the Argonauts; Bob Dibble; the Dons Canadian champioir P; L.' Finlay, ot the Dons, and James B: Salem of the Lincoln I'ark club Chicago, were the_ lineup. Summary: __ First race, senior, quarter-mile dash second, Ed. Butter Argonauts, Toronto: third, Finlay, Don Ar onauts; fifth, Salein, Chicago. Time 4-5. Junior First. Argon Mts U. C., Hogarth and Stevenson epnd, rjon R..C, P C anc Hi Onlj [we j> X olt Argonau ..tC., Toronto; third. Don U. C., To >hto. Kive crew ere .entered, hut two th etroit maiden elghunnd the Ottaw ght....... Comfort WITH Economy The New Caniadian Car is baflt from J- the ground up to secure rid- ing comfort, light weight and Triplex Springs combine, m a rernarfsable, .way, the economies of light weight with the Inxury of formerlf possible'only in a heavy car of longwheelbase; In every detail of its mcnt from Electric Starting and Lighting to Speedometer, Over- .land is high-grade and complete. Hie large Canadian factory and service organization behind .the Overland are big factors in tie success bf this new car for a new Canada. P. n Phone 740 LYLE HOLLAND Head Office and Factories: Willys-Overland Limited, Toronto, Canada BnndiB: GOLF This week-end Is set for tho prelim iry rounds for qualifying ugust playdown for the Captain rize. jgp The best sixteen car'dsireturncil ar aired and play hole cpru etition. This Is a fntcrest'in ompetition.and everyone', has a fa.l r equal chance T J Davis a nq ian la out In the finals o' tho JuJ vent'wUh the vetorap DaveyrHlim nil has a good change to cop as h vlll have pretty near a slroke.a-his n Davey. McDonnell won n the finals of June. His large handi- cap helns loo much for the scratch layer to overcome. STANDING THE SCRUTINY we nice umA One tsaue M up Ihe Ga4 where rAmlcp Tct9 are arowiicr "G-jew il'i Tlw EnjliiJi Anothe motorisi Supremacy at Dunlop NttyraU? Mikxa Dunlop Unbeiable la Ctuaa." Wkai >mj boy "Duakp' JOO pi oca ibu cctc CM lie "Mori TT In All V FobrteTIrw io "TrKtitra." DUNLOP ACCESSORIES IHfc UMVr-HMi WORL11S KUSBfR OKCAN1ZAT10N DUNLOP TIRE RUBBER GOODS 'CO., Limited The commlltce hand out .herewith he handicap effective August 1st and which will-of course apply'In the natch playdown: Handicaps Effective August 1, 1920 D. Hume 14, H. Menzie 18, Dr. W. P. Craig 18, H. A. McKlllop IS, W. B. Turner IS, N. T. TtfacLeod 18, A. Mara 20, W. Crawford'-'22, .T. Ozland 12, 3, J. McDonnell 22, D. Thompson :2, J. A. Hied 24, R. Hincks 24, J. S. Klrkham 24, Dr. Pol 26, J. Muir 26, i. J. Dinning 26, S. J. Shepherd 26, S. C. nobson 28, T. J. Davis '26, C, E. Carberry 26, T. Corlcss 26, T. H. Mc- Creotly 30, W. B. L. Hardle 30, K. Mongeait 30, M. Freeman 30, Judge Jackson 30, W. J. Nelson 30, Mr. Man- chester 30, W. McOregor 30, W. A. Buchanan 32, A. McMillan 30, Jno. Mack 32, F. O. Hyda 34. Supt. I'eiine ather 34, ,1. A. MacKay 28, W. D. King Fred Kenny 38, J. G. Robertson 38, H. 0. Clarko 38, R. V. Gibbons 36, B. A. 38, H. II.- Nichols 36, W. D, Delong 38, N. S. Stolzo 40, T. S. Fellerly 40, L. Turcotte 40, 11. C. MacFarlanrt, Mr. Smllh: TKo new candlcap stroke card Is also given herewith and is self ex- planatory Where You Get Your Strokes Taking your holes showing that number or loss Is whoro you will get your strokes. H your handicap Is, say 7....1, 2 3, 4, 6, 7, appears opposite holes S, 14, 2, U, 8, ir and 4. In the given example you got four strokes on the first round'and three on the eecond round, Holes No. Strokes No. 1......... 9 Nlneth stroke. 2..-.......3 Third etroko. 7 Seventh stroke. 1 Seveneth stroke. 5......... 1 First stroke. 6.V..'...., 13 .Thirteenth slroke. 7.........17 Seventeenth stroke. 8......... 6 Fifth stroke. 9.........15 Fifteenth slroSe. 10.........10 Tenlh stroke. 4 Fourih stroke. 12.........12 Twcltth stroke. 13......... 8 Eighth stroke. II......... 2 Second stroke, Fourteenth-stroke. Eighteenth stroke. 17......... 6 StJlh' stroke. I II.........16 Sjxl.ecnth stroke. Baggage and Express Men- Make Your Business Up-to-Date! mHE Truck is perfecdy A JL suited to Baggage and Express transfer work. The Ford One-Ton Truck means better' and bigger business. -1 At the station, in crowded streets, wherever there is need the Ford One-Ton Truck, i. Price (Chttsls only} F.O.B, Ford, Ontartoi Uie Only Genuine Ford Parts ess Canadian dealers and over SSOO Garages supply Genuine Ford Parts and prompt repair service. FORD GARAGE, Dealers Letiibridqe A. P. VEALE, Dealer......Wflfner KING Green, Dealers Rayrhond TABER MOTOR CO., Ltd., Dealers Taber ;