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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE snc THR LETHBniDGE UEUAUX FATHER, By G. McManus 1-niD.VT, JDiffi y. 1920 for a Belter Reason. OK! DOCTOR- "-fOG'Ll. ftt M.U IT'6. WK.I. FCLLO WWH I AM! I (jjt-W CUKMCK XOUR UQOK'i N. H. MURRAY, MANAGEB Cornir Fourth Aye. and Fifth St. Just as Popular a; THE SIUERRILL Columbus C1 titr Has Reorganizied BASEBALL: Miners vs. Rotarians FOOTBALL: Miners vs. Fragments Golumbus Guh Arc Back In To WaW Pitcher Team Keporfed Tew Yort Won. Lost. '20' 24 .27 IS -IS .471 Spring. Coulee has planned a oig day'for Jnly 1. Cardston and r.ijlil. The Cplumius fllnb. as repr-; SprjpE Coulee youths will clash in-a w'll continue, in the league i.bageDftll game that promises to a with. of tilt old tenro. liummer and auto races, horse races tne different" pL'eiCut iver? expression? 'of Risg-.tdt tor the that KI-MICSJB Park is in so Carte. Will ['ielit Day Cardslon Will j Washington Totals a Tussle o" Detroit the Olheri Philadelphia Kinds, of Sporis. j oh, CHICAGO, Juno two out. two on bases and twb.-strikes calfed.) Lefty Williams Grooved 2 fast one and iabe'Ellth lost for his .4 (1 i I n i: Answer -Rush "te1- is concerned, won, 7 to 2. ?.cd -Trill be- features thatl Score: will-appeal, to many -while Ihe 'proin-, Tork iied dance is a tiure enoueh atlvac- tlon. those .organizing IBe, day have nut 13tn home run of the season1. The visitors H. H. Chicago Mays ajid Hannah; kinson snd Schalk) Wll- Call for Game. I and Take Away Laurcls'By Tyi'elve.lo Four Score at Adams Park. Coaldale has deyeloped a good team, acco'r.line to the Miners, v.-ho' went dovn to defeat.'at tbe visitors hands on Tuss'lay evening. The score In-.this game was twelve to four for the Coaldale .boys'.1 Arrangements tor this game were made following the i I announcement, of tho it evening. Jhe parish, and a very pleasant social gathering was enjoyed: iu the church. After a short business meet-! ing a program of music and recitations I fotlowed and-lastly a liicc lunch. .The Sunday school was again or- nitl7cd with Mrs. Wood as superin-1 feudent. Mrs. Rice, asoislant iSlipL. and Mrs. Munroe, sec.-treas. Sunday j ECQOCi will- commence at 3 o'clock] sharp, and the church .service at AH are coVdtully invited. The Institute held.a very succBESful meeting at. too home of Miss Davis last Thursday. These meetings; are well attended and con- siderable interest is manifested. The j president, Mrs. Khennsu enterta-med the ladies at a Dominion Day celebration wilt take place bere and in the evening a play of considerable merit IH being put oti the Men's Club., They "are prac- _ng faithfully and sparins no pains jin'the stage arrangements; hence i quite a treat will be in store on this I occasicJt. Messrs, .Charlie and Jesse Kelley I visited relatives hero over Ihe jend. They were accompanied' by rs. Jesse [Celley and Miss Aileen THERE IS, A DJfFERENCE THE quality 'of lie leather ionise k a difference; 'the bucile a difference; there difference in the appearance; there is iu' th? way ihe appearance .lasts. All the little details' which go tp mako up a really tine belt have taken care' of In theEc Values. will notice Ihe difference ih'cverj'tliii." the price; that's quite' ordinary...- MEN'S SHOP. .Trie Home of 20th.Century CMIiing Block On.the Cor.htr. ot six men always on -tiie job, there are now about sixty moir in -the- clis-. trict engaged in .-'aftsr: the interest of the govBfnmc.n.1 ?u the tinihpr line. J ;Mr. also staled, to theJIeralJ rojireseutativo that s dedd- edly' houetut tone TRsafding the'. lum- ber busiuets and mill mon are havini; ail the orders they can hanilla promptly. Disirict Hpnd SnperiittenScnt K. Great; Difficulty Experienced in Gelling Men for Handling the (Special to tn'c. rciiort.s 'that he lias- cxp'orioncing difliculty." iii 'jetting workmen to handle Ihe roads in the big district, as he would like to have it done., lie has auout sixty rncn worh- iug ell. five hundred miles of; road ahrt hu has to spread lits forces Ou! a little too tbln In places. It was one u! his meJi. Charles berg, working neur Waldo .who to the aEsislanca.of James Vari .Cnmji, a lumber jacfc JKho riiacclvere'd the bcJy of John Tclfer floating bencatii the Klk while crosalns. The various having the Thom- son of the County -Court came down from Cranbrook yesttrJay and held a sessicn'Of the'County Court here this Only one case, a criminal one, in preparations for tho Dominion Day which a ybnug'mah.clghtccn years of sports here are gellinE-busy and uarned. -H. -J. Donaldson was j charged with' committing Q.theft troni largo gung ot TOluntcer.-worknieii can be seen almost every afternoon in the ranch-house near if or t Steel, caiu'j icily park pretiarlne booths and get 'up for trinl. Tho'ytMng man plcaileil j ting tlie grounds r adv for tin imiij and sent" td Nelson Jail. (or games and. contents scheduled foi HE !tv-o inontbs. if the' on il of which time] bis tiay. he Is ordered to leave, the country. Constable Jo TSal'li an ola Al Tiie hoy claims Columbus, Ohio, as bcrtan, but Cor rean> Thtvt hi'. a'KiiinV m ihni lunlglit when auil Rotar- ixits' ?o occupy third [ICriition in A M'in Cor the Vitf for ii Voi _ _ of ijif'icagiie U 1hflt 'rhft leagi'.f :'.ny leiilu piRr.riE loiit; the .scrhcdu'c of'iht lir-t y OLD COUNTRY CRICKE7 I.O-SDO.V. Iii----iBy csi rains inucii lijntlBred crie'tirl this WilJ'Be'Lasl fonte.-i( Before Ihe Scot I Clio Games Commerce Time Teams I'hty on Pilch. Ainsmith............ i St. Louis Wlhs ST. I.OVIS. Jnne.l7ir-In a free hit- i tin.? man h 1'hllailelnbla succumbed to St. Louis trt.iav: K lo, S. Score: R- H- St. i.ouis 12 '14 'i Bijjlice. Hastey and. cron. Wr.-'.lmuu and INTERNATIONAL gsRica postponed, rain. PACUncCOAST I.OF I, Salt Luke 10. Dcalli of Rodetick farmer Over Ten Years in Districf. this hcme ani] that he came to the country w'ltti'.tao O. Itarnes circus. A weilding.took jilace in-the Iloly Vainlly Church tliis morning when Piclro Rofnarizih was raarrio) to Irene a new arrival (Special Correspondent) from Sunny Italy-....' KTZIKOM, June .took! Norman fprestor place here the llth'inst., [largo district, CAlemliug from MIHErttS i of Roderick MacXenzie. Mr. Mac- i Kcnile was an old-timer hero having spent ovcV ton years in .the district, id- wafi a. very induttrous fanner. s family were fortunate in all being with him al the last having been for about two months with very foot, which ho j succumbed to. Tho family consisted enay LandlnB to. the .Albert! line and froni .the boundary 100 miles norlV- of Golden, was town anil nclghbo'rhoo'd yesterday. Mooro' repor'Sj thirty-five mills now 'In '.active' operation In hi.4 years on th prcYjnciju police force at tort was in town today lu attenOance Uii- on Hie County Court. 9. Vfrracm San Vrancisuo 2. Sacramcnlo 1. Seattle 5. Oakland 6n oj; ijii'm-'lay. hru] a1 aavantLiKP Kent fceat'lVoniesfrsVlivi1 tin th6 visitor." (inly qcorins: 73 anri irir.k siv wlokelF 1ni their liiv.t foi1 and lair serrico in liv icr Suisei at b'y an innfngfi and L )FT OCULARS hStTOOKE HOOK Hal nnil l-'ragmffnts nr'ef at ams' P.-vi-k tltnrgh! In the KKtni befftre St'ott clip competitions gel way, Tlio Miners' Tooltall lisa tud fuoA rest anil plenty p''i ih'nre.s for practicing and they T.rc- lo .jhow improvc-iuunt on tin1' piii-h. 'J' will ftUo lio tlip. rirs': fr.uie of she Tr.i ;iHtTilf on the HT pitoh in Tht> samp railed (or (j.'iO o't'lock. rt lit [Oilotvms piaytrK av rr.-ijue.siC'l i lo be at tltc N'etpratH Club f.i o'cloi-r ;5harp. on Friday evening. -Inn'.- The team will br (ro.n following lo pby agains; ih.'. .Miners: Mcllvtna. Kanp. Amle.'fiun. Jrwin. LEncing. Dunlop. .-t'jMtv1. Allcl. Linking. i C'biv-vicA-. Ilkrlar.'l. LONDON TENNIS CHAMPS LONDON', June M, Johnston, of 3an Traptlsco. United Stales singles champion, detected M.. J. O. Ritchie In the fiflli round of the l.oddofl limn tennis championship: lotrnamept here today. Johnston! In straight teta by scores of First Game of League 1'Iiiyet! atL; or. Hoy of Rocltford. ]j8et] i Xortli Dakota. Mrs: Mai. Sherwood of Ontario, II. U. rllchei'S. a merchant antl farmer of Klrikoin. Samiiol B. MacKonzie a farmer at I Docndale, just south of Ktzlkom. KBRN1K, ,lune same. ECrvioQ, look place In between'teams of tho Fetnie Baseball stindiiy morning- at. 11. League tool; place last night on a tremendous crowd turned out! grounds the railway tuck. 'including the- farmers of the The game was i good one antl dislrict antl a largo turnout should have been witnessed by a-0, OtWfcllows. larger crowd of faha. t .lutjge Sergeant condnrlcd (tic burial 1 The Cnh3. with Plckerlag and foul- in ihe lunnlclpal At Moose Jaw: Winnipeg 4. MOOFC: ion -aa battery, won out against: and'gavo a very timely address pay. Jan t.. I the with nulfbur and frank lug high tribute to the exemplary life At Retina: Saskatoon jap pitching ami rhoinson'behlntl tho postponed, rain. The score was: Cubs C, Elks 5. I.uutavllle o, Toledo IntilanapolU 5-S. Columbtlf FOnly t 44. T. Tllden, of Philadelphia, I. 0. Norton, 0-2, i-i. OLO COUNTRV CRICKET l.rj.VDOK. .litiit! Canatlir.n Assookiteil At and 14fl forl five beat Kcnl 153 and 1451 TURKS CAPTURE FRENCH .PARIS, June French j hxttalion has betn occupying Bozeno, in Asia Minor, northwest of AdanA, Has been i taken prisonfir by the Turks, ae- I cording to the Temps today, i Tht French trjoos, In column had syccetdsd 3r. fore-' ing a passage toward the coast from Bozeno, .is about 50 miles inland snd wns proceeding About a dozsn miles from Adana, itp amfnu'nl- tlon gave 6ut and the. column compelled to INCH OF' RAIN AND WIND KILLS MAN AMD. DOES HEAVY DAMAGE June Ono man killed, another reported dead..! dozen others had Siorrotv escapes from death and thousand.! of dollars of damage was done during ten-Ida electrical.' wind nnd rain storm t( almost cloud- bur.U proportions today, Nearly an Inch of rain (Ml In sii rain- Hies ar.'l the, wind attained 9 vclo city of 5i toiles an hour while the storm was at its height. noble character of the "ikceascil. Worn tlienco the pas.sed Hie cemetery, one north of town. T lie palMjitare'rs were: Wlillam Rabbit, Oli'ara Win. Brown, j Hubert li. Paul, A. D. Sewall and j George Blttort, all ot.whom were close j acqnaintance.i of the deceased .and I very rlosr friends. j .Mr. Hoy .Mucixrtnxlc, M.D.; in th'; aftnrnoou fcr Meilfcine lint en j route for -iiockfftvd, North toj return to his wife and family, anil his i i practice as an M.U. I" that district, j Mrs, Sherwood and her liusband I slaying fc.r a. week or pu in thU trlct from which they will rn'iiru (o Ontario. >Iou. V.'. A. treasurer of the i Australian commonwealth, has bad Besides attending school this spring: serious differences, with his cabinet !a li-ycar-old Pennsylvania boy, has I colteasii'es on important Issues con- 1'' plowed, harrowed and seeded one acre nccted with his mission has re pt-gTounrLipTOlaloos, three ari'l a flijnod from the commonwealth gov acres to lire lo corn.v r'.' district, r.nd liwldeif the. rcBUlar staff Young M Fashion d .feel the in our new uiiiincr suits. Ksamlne tho They will show high class nil sw.tisfatiory'. service guaf- AI LOUIS KEEL i ;