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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX HKKALD THURSDAY. JUNE 3, l'J20 j BRINGING.UP FATHER By G. McManus 1920 fv rufvn j. FOR THE June 26 Piece Seal Grain Leatherette Adam Pattern The Meal Gift the ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH of LiccnM) Ho fV' f- j surprise. This forward line did splen-i the large crowd was far superior as work and madetKe Calltes work a general run than anything seen this hjrd. Fealion. H was practically the first' was playing in goal for tbo. day that weather approached tho ideal and would have done footbaVh almost superhuman if he'" had coniplaiui.'thc-.fans bnd stfcceaaed in stopping the fro goals about 'tlie 'game was daririg the see- that were scored against him. ]n both ond halt when the North Lethbridge rifees one of the backs made a stall.. It seemed that play that made it exceedingly difficult j every time the Callies got down well to any goalkeeper to ilop the balls. Linto. enemy Jerritpp-. the Xijrlu .Lelh- The accortd goal scored went into the.! bridge" boys would deliberately put the ii'dt like a thunderbolt and undoubted-! ball out of play. The victors scored a ly. wquld have caused damage had hit 'f New Player by, playing on the forward line Xorth Lethbridge United, was goal :fn each 'half.. -k-HW a. riew and a etar He is a heavy sel'young man and is fast. He shoots Appleby.got credit for. sec- ond J goal after the ball had been brought down b> his right wing mate and passed througii me sanies Into centre, Appjeby from only a. fent Irj front of the goal Jackson Knight CAlLIES Jackson Batcman Easton .Douglas Mcllvena Wllso'tt Campbell Pink Thompson Thomas A. Gnrr: A. Earl Huttnn D. Earl Lakie Harrison Tennnnt Tamhor NOHTH Jaber Gets Football Team amc With Fragments Puts Life S. TO SEND RUGBY itrong they arc the favorites, but the noston IS C. P. K. boys. have beep doing some St. Louis 19 15 15 liard praclice work lately and are Philadelphia likely to liand out a surprise or two. j Xcw York The C. P. team .wl.ll be.picked from .the following: .Charles. A. Thompson, Milner, Lowe, Floroudeu, Field, McLuckie. Playfalr, Davidson, Beard, Gant, Berwick, H. Smltb and Clavlon...... i Score. The Fragments will line-up as fol-' BrooWyU Lost. 16 15 IS 19. 19 22 22 23 Phillies' Win iooie Game Pft. .ewi .695 .571 .500 .466 .493 '.405 .39; York Yankees Take Two Prom Senators in Kecurd Slugfesl. .NEW-YORK, June York j and Washington divided a doiible-hcad- er here today; the home club winning I the S to' 1, and losing th'e second, 3-Philadel-! Suth three home phia won a loosely uiayed game froirii his total for the season eo 6 to to v lo, Two of. his home nins R. H. E ?n nrst game and one in 4' 9' 3! the second. Milan, Meusel; Shanks, Rotaiians on Friday St. Louis made it -four' when they dqfeateii Pittahurg, 6 to 2. today. .R.. H: E. St. Louis C H 0 2 GO son .and I Washington 1 13 2 'New York............... 6 13 5 Shaw, Snyder and Piclnich; Collins and Huc-l. Pittstmrg. Sc TEAM TO ANTWERP STA.NTORp ..C'XIVERSITV. Calif. June Olympic games comniiE- sion of the Amateur -Athletic Union has agreed to pay the expenses of the United States rugby team from iN'ewi York .to .Antwerp and. return, accord- ing to a message received from YT'.' II. president of tlje California Rugby, .Union', vwho. is in New York. The team, it is stated, is to ba vir- tually the'. as that which last rtiupb Carls ;I Giants Back" In Cellar BOSTON, June out-play- ed and defeaSGd York today; 9 Iq _j______ Scolt held the GUntB to-five hits.: 1 Score: R. H. B. Miners Have Protested' New York...... i 5 i j They Dropped (o Club on Meeting Friday Night. o LET'S PICKET THE BRITISH EMBASSY The manufacturers have -brought baseball weather to'Lblhbridge." Fans are sincerely hoping that tomorrow will be a repetilion of today so that it ____...... will be a pleasure to sit In tho .Scott'and O'.Kcill. Champs Take Lead Again .'CHICAGO, June into the lead today by winning this final game Chicago by Score: R Cincinnati.............. 5 ff ff ff ff ff ff Chicago Tribune: A most srting and turbulent youth, this 10i- pcuad world's champion pugilist; Jinjnjy -Wilde, from the land of fogs and boiled mutton. He have eagerly waU-hed for our valiant Yankee glove wif-Iders to-connoct -vvitb'bis bloomln' Want the finwt Shirts? Get Silk Ones Tou .will never enjoy the fullest If.eosure of well uuUl you >vcar some of silk shirts. Because silk makes the finest shirts antf Uieso arc made from'the finest silki. The patterns auid weaves Uful; unusually so. Not delicate, however. They are made lo bo prac- to give a Jot eeryice. Priced from U KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home o( 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner (From Our Own Correspondent) BARONS, June Edn'ard Popham was a visitor in on Wednesday. .Miss K. Tarrill arrived in Barons .on Tuesday evening lo lake charge of the school room recently vacated be- cause of sickness by Miss Popham. Miss lleriie Tibeet who has been on sick list for Eoqie time past, is Ij'i lie's going to take on our llSr-oundersi now much improved. 2 one afler another and poke them into i Mr. Walter Harris has been em- interests of insurance. The brief period of timo spent- by Sir. Harold Hanson discing the rough spots ol tho streets last week show u decided improvement. ilr. Wm. Venahles occupied the pul- pit of tlie Barons church on Sunday last, in the absence, of the pastor, who. had left for game or series maxiljary and the blighter 5' igo by 5-ia 37 -Mquivering. H cawn't be possible that! the 21 urwnland. Atinywisp.be wearily I ployed by the Barons Implement Into Taber En- (husiiisls. CKrom Our Own pheeiraEt eye football guma -on Victoria Day fn tliii and Taber might havo notfced that consider- Interest wan taken fa the game an attitude uot BD inarh- wintsr defeated the University of I era, as Eckstorni and watch- Iho Col- j f.uniic, Sallee' and Harid'en'; -'Tyler, drags his skinny legs to the centre of, if ami ;.at.Vancouver and Victoria. B.C. Rotes" Win Game fid-preyloila 16' tlie war. But the war altitude ot the pub- it. seem, as it has other .things, and the boys are better known. 2 the Yets have a standing all own. a consequence, of the recent 'and Ihe interest displayed, a .....ng'.was held In the Vets' hall Saturday evening lo discuss the W. Nqdin was In the chair, '--a'cftl slated IJnat.lhe lime seet.ied op- to organize the old Taber football team. The sense of the meet- same, election of ofllccrs with, tjic following be- ing .JJPrisHent. 'first vice president, Harry Bland; second vice president, W. Nodin; fiecrelary-trcaa- ufcr, E. T. Weailriko. ;The membership fee was placed at 42.00, and thfi team will'include both VjTts and othora, according to illneas. s Tvho wish to join the clpb-wlth- 1 out plavlnk .may do so on paying-the 'playc-rs will provide i their '.'ti-n lootwear, and practices will take place-' on" Tuesdays and Thursdays at Intermediate Basebail League Cets Off Jo Good Start at Eck- sforrrt was 22 for Hotaruins and 17 for the Hankers. Letbbridge intermediate baseball got olf to a goad sUrt-at I'arl: when (ho TtotarJau? tlfironteil the Bankers by a score of twenty two 10 FPventeeD, Thero was one ilraw- (.0 and tbat was tbat a iinmbeT o( the players from tlie .senior, ijolarians played impprlanj posllmns Tor Ihe Intermediates anrl 11 was Iheir, playing tbat won tho game, Rotes, used two pitchers. Hut- ton MiHrlcd out and relieved Ihc Dankcra put in runs iii InnliiKJ. Morrison occupicil the. moiirnl then. MrCambly cauphr Tor the K'p lurlans. (ircon pitched for the Bank- ers and lliEB-; look his dollvcrv. iimbus Club, and for eecoml position in -the The winners win go intoi n first place with the Flankers. The llotariana are working fine now, and the Columbus Club, although they have lost Ft-rko, are a team that cannot be despised. Tomorrow night's game should be a fast one., if the dope work; out right, and .should provide gourl crotvri value th'eir money. At present the liotarians anil Colum- bus Club uro tied for second place. The Miners havo protested the game they dropped lo tho 'Columbus' Club' on Monday. The protest lins belen res- islered on the KroOn'ds that'.the..gamo did not slart on time." A few oi the Columbus Quit players were late get- battle j Bailey, Caw league. I lie for I and Kllllfar. American League putiing logelher. machinery, waves his attenuated! Tlie pupils of the High'school'are a curioiu shifty move-i applying themselves to their studies tncnt with his feet, and then, without! wllh marked fidelity, hearing In mind any .consldsr-tios Cor 11 2 jCleveland.............. S lz i Boland and AInsmi'.h; Culdwcll iir.d iO'.Ni-ill. I Sox Win Easily ST. LOUIS, June drove! out of the box In tho first; j Inniiir today and defeated St. Louis, 7 to ;t. Score: It. H. K. I riilrHKo 7 13 0 (SI. Louis............... 3 C 2 Cicottp ami Weiiman, Van other garncs scheduled.) i piclon that the sporting writers would be cramped for apace If he were, an American and bealing heavier liritish opponcnls. There Is an electron of comfort Mrd. J. MaeKay was a visitor in Letlibridgo wilb her mother, Mrs. Burko on .Thursday of last week. Rev. S, Pike and Mr. Win. Venahles are attending Ihc Methodist confer- was wnich is being held in Edmon- in I'ontj'prldd. near Lloj'd ton Ibis birthplace, anrl he isn't an English-'] Mr. Hoy Luchfa of Noblcford was a man nt nil. He's a Welshman, (he visitor In Barons last week in HID glorious illtle devil! of Knglaiirl sss in Pacific Coast Saeramonto 1: Seattle Vornon 6, OaKlanil Kan Francisco S. l.ox Angeles 11. Salt Lake O'GOLKCLUB EXECUTIVE VV1LL MEET TONIGHT An eiecutive mr-o'.lng tho Club be this cve- ff nlh'i! at 3.30 In Ptnre- fntber's ofllco. by or Tetrau-ma and will beat them again al oven weights." "Tho race- was won on Its inrrllx." conllnucil O'.Vclll. "As for me, I vst lucky. For a long Ihnc bark I wanted to rltle n Drrhy wtnnrr." nftr: for E .Murray had knncfcfjd Him s. Tlie iiglit was sciiedulctj CUftord a leading xiacct at Wallaccburg. WAS fpuml dcail in bed. A considerable shrinkage In Ihc lumber of the mills (n Northern Alberta Is reported as a result ol Hie weather conditions of thc pfist w ntcr, In somo cases the total will not bOi----------------------------------- than halt ot last year. _ 1 All'games pontponfrd, rain. Western Canada American Assn. Indianapolis 1, St. Paul 3. Toledo 3, Minneapolis 2. Louisville 10, Milwaukee 3. Columbus-Kansas City, postponed, rain. International Jersey City 7, Reading 2. ilrtr-hc.-.lcr 3, Buffalo 7. llaltlmore 10, Syracuse 1. Akron-Toronto, postponed, rain. BANK OF ENGLAND STATEMENT -June X-r-Tho weekly statement of jbe'llank' shows CUE sterling: Total reserve, decreased. increased, 231.000. ,j iiulllon, Increased, securities, decreased, 1.130.M 000, .J'nbllc Increased Xoles reacrve, decreased Increased, Thc proporllon of the bank's reserve) to" liabilities is 12.S5 per cent; lasl week it was per cen3, Hate of discount, 7 per cent. DRAINAGE PROJECT IN NORTH SASKATCHEWAN SASKATOON'. Satik., June 3.--.Sur- vey work for reclamation of several townships of what the government en. glnccra liellcvc can bu made the best lands in Saskatchewan, will commence soon in thc Moose Range north of Ttsdale. stales 0. F. of tho reclamation department of Interior. A survey party of'15 men has left for tbo north in undertake the initial work In this connection. Tho drainage branch of tho depart-' mfmt has a considerable program in the west, and in the three prairie prov- inces has ten engineers working. Last year'a'conlpleto fturv6y was mudo of acres In Ihe Waterfall! Lako dis- trict, region nf Klnlstlno, and U Is hoped to havo construction gangs working there _. I 410 FIFTH STREET Tlie.-e shoes ot ours (c-r men Jeave notblng to bo desired, They arts cuslom cut on approved model lines anrl Ihc style is on a par wild the custom liuot maker's And EO far as scrvlco cflncenicd, you will find difficulty in wc-iiin.z Ihcm out. They contain very