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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAC.K EIC.HT THI-; [is Mtiiectfd to-UP ou UauJ io sec the! liie i-ountry can r st-encry iuwn can bctist of of these liuks ami thoy to one of the to be fcuuJ auy- Fernie Wins .ill tier-? yes- ieri.kiy tvuvet'n Wju'iiuer iinJ, KeriiJe a -provpi! ic bf u ovonly coiuosied Ladies' flub Is Jiasf bailers Ueat a' UIKU uu s-eawl and tvo strikes! J. 0> PAKKE IS iUUTlSJI TENNIS CIlAJU'iON; BKATS JOHNSTON WIMBLEDON'. KlislatHl, June J. C. 1'arke. the Hritish hiierimtional teunis player defeated Wllliatu -M. j Jolmsou. I'uited Stales i-ham- j pion. In their match in tile contestj for She British u-anix i-iisuipioushlp here todav, 7-o, I'-C. ft--. s" fiesiored Her THE CAME II IKri'm Our Own Correspondent) irViuie .U'O 1-- o FK1INIK. Jaae members of! Wanner..........'.! (JiMuOOO I Ilic Fernie. ladles' Colt club met it. Sufko am! Oolton; Tod-i bor.ie-of Mrs. A. I. Fishi'r this j hunter anil Tiicrapson. ailerifocn for tea function wa5( I'mpire by r-ro.'-euv'iim to.Mr.-., The K. .VI. VOUIIB v: the Wilson ir-edal. do- a IUUS; attractive ;-irogram tor baseball I doubl football is f tbe west popular nated by Mrs. It..Wilson, ami which i fans. Teams from Kureko. Moat-ana, j jjame in the world. Nor is there., mi Is played for each the winner, Wyc'iCte. Worthier, llayaes and the. vet. auy signs that it ri-aehtvi its! of t-ic- niciiLil the biphest number ol, r'eiiiiL1 league me entered for day j iimil in popularity. The football sea-j titties during the seascu to own thy. and those who reinember tbe great sou last, year was extended, but-in ,nil Tiicrapson. annaa] of the various e-Mclutyre. [fontball tlubs In the Old I'oiititry servo toiuinloii day iiere show that beyond all pywibility o[ AVI., MoNrnKAU "For three .years, I sutfu'td fjtti in tbe lower part of niy with Sitellirjj; or'Woi'.inj. I sair a specizlist who I Miust undergo OQ operation. I refused. ttndti'totryit. The lirst box gave great relief: and I continued tills excellent I am free of I give. lay trophy. guinea played tast year are assured i spite of this theii! was Mrs. J. S. Irvine, pres'uen: of of as' scod if not ball playing that the people at the.fnd F. (jAREAU. JOc. i box, 6 At ill defers or fent evidence i Limited, Ottawa. presentation i ibati was witnessed duriilK tbe cpnlest of ind linte Miss Kmina between. Waldo.- V.iche'. and n. had last year. daughter 01 .Mrs, Ihe o nenibers in the dub and ihe ae he pleasure of pinning the medul up- j football ther n Mrs. There are Trail. Osl Creek. e are five entries, Coleiuan. Michel Fernie. tlie prize .beins, the tints under the of the lofty j uke jinesl In the district..and Rccfcies are a sreat impro'-enient rules are last year's course, being much longer tncrc 'staled a and in betior conditioK. bout Charley The gentlemen of the club will hold McCarthy, a'ud "Hcujh-House" Charley i loui-ujment tomorrow afternoon st Hums. A 'leu-round contest foelweeu .vhich the ladies will serve, tea. 'Irvin pleasou, of rortiand. uud Frank .Tbe cluh is ambiiloos and i of .Seattle, and u si.v-rouud en- Is the erection of a. co-.lnter between Pete Miillijan and ciub house in ihe'near [uiure. Tommy. Johhiton will be. the; lender., H Is safe'lo ?ay ihal no oilier suit j All these eveiits.will take pjace.in the'. season were geltitis lireil of the game, i should tie stjll iargir The attenilauce all over Ihovcoiinlry rhe will goes to show ibat.foolbsll slill stands where it did at ihe top as a1 sport which grips the people. In" lo insistent request's a team of Eng- lish have to South Africa, to teach the peojile sotne things about the'game aiid bow it should be played. Oiie would not have Imagined ths1. the cliuiaie of South A A A ST. GEORGE'S LINEUP FOR .THURSDAY team for day ulglil will lio (row Ihe followinjs playorij: VVc-stloy: .S'esbiti. Holbertpu, Firth; Mc- liilyre, Lush, Buehan, Coffey." Wall's. Hortier, Breeze. AnVph- tell, Motiightiul, OH' VCT. v ChesterfiolJ by: 114 195.and 1 aiiil 'V 1 At Taiintoii. Somerset. for wljo'tn scortd U5. easily defeated MoCalluui, the viisulus year at a salary of and superannuation paid.. Mr. for six runs aiid four .Volts men ftii for the past two years.: "List yeif aS.recelTeiJ fprom Our Own COALUALB, June married and single lueii of Coaldalo played a very exciiiue bascbali.gatne IKS', ulglil. The coufiltlons under which one c'ouM play were that none of the. players could belong to" piayinV leatu. married sties .sure put jt over the single limb luggers'-at CUB rate of 10 to ft. A very eu'thusiastic crowd were present -mid certainly got uuartw f worth of fun. The proceeds are io go io the iocal ball. team.. to Kins for 25. Surrey beat Yorkshire at Sheffield by ruusrilobbs' made li" M for Surreys: Scores 305 uiid 266. York- shire-scored 1W- and' 16S. ENGLISH CRICKET salary of being the highest pail rural teacher in -Ontario. It Is expected, (but- the salary. Ihroaghoul Kssex county will year. I] ruillng. so will cur Wflh the rain last niglit nnd another win for 'the'Bluee. there, were showers of-blessings Yoiv will: our prophesy aiiom ISa' Callies' next uo games. We got half.of itrigrit; litihotigli Jackson almost i-ufc'ered it. .One. ijeVer .needs to KOI a chill-on OLD COUNTRY CRICKET Arrk-ii was panlcularly for the football field.-Get n? whai we have come to regard ns and 1 assure 1 DELICIOUS AND'REFRESHING Kit that saves the day. LAKES From Fort William and Port Arthur through the locks attheSw.-ToPort the luxurious Can- adian Pacific steamert: A trip which provides a rest and relaxation tn hot dusty weather and gives a new lease on life. GREAT LAKES SPECIAL leaves Winnipeg 10.45 p.m. Tuesdays Fridays diriot to the ship'i side at Fort William. Call, orwrile oarttculars and reservations. must strenuous game of h'ut. tliero you are. The of football ha? lakeu bold of our African fiWnds. Thus dots 1 the sport spread. Recently too. we Ibave evidence of the. gatae EipreadhiE i unpo t in other directions, v The visit'of n to a buneli it LONDOX Jmio (Canadian As- striated Press )'-T-FoUr Championship cricket uiatchcs were yestor- dny nt Lords. 'Middlesex defeated Lancashire" by in nnd 37 runs, the store being enough Old Bill liasn't barktf. for a while. (hit poetn n ik cjuile a bit of lie- -g out It look well '0 I am going to n lines npo i yon.' 'he nest tig game i tlie Vets-Blues, I till Niagara Kails. i Oer.. Brnisiloff-ls said to be itnder arrest in Jlbscow.-. The Soviet, feared i lio'niight upset the government. i J ol lady-foot bailers from France I liar IK l-ucw which torn to choose, .'ito play asaiust a.icain oi lady, toot So Ihmt- this line il till the i bailers' in 'Old Voatitry shows I K Blues don't.-ilic Vets will. that, would bo going too far[ Saio 'he icgelable to say thai the Trej'ic'i people were bend heels in love with the game It is steadily taking" .hold of III" Frc-ncti people. In to ihe''lady footltalicrs from. France, it is argued Hint football is not h for women Perhaps the game as we.Tinow- it i- hoi, but on the other..hand 1 think hiost tieoule agree, with me when _ I say that there is a distinct possib-'iU j for developing the game tific lints, and for reducing Ihe use of mere Etrecglh to the absolute mini uiurn. !r.- fact it quite OH tb.e cards that iC women continue lo i .it lice atai play muv yot be in a iioslllpu mere .man some of tbe finer points .of, the same Anyway, football has only to' get a leal hold of the .womenfolk for'.us to be able to say ivithoUt fear of con Iradictinti that it is tlie most.mil popular game the ivo'rld bas ever known. Now for a moment let us enonire. into one or two reasons Is so .popular Iwith majority of. the people. .first piece..] aiii '.-con thtit -much; this.popular Middlesex 407 rails, including iiend ren's 1S1 mid Lancashire and SSS. Hallows for niade S2 aiid u _ 'Haiapsliire at Colcliister defeated Essex ;by ail innings nud 73: runs. .Head, for the w-inners, '.scored 17C not out. ill a total of 417. EteEex'made S7 aud 266. Kennedy in Essex first In. nine'-.took-live wickets for 38 andr Ryao fivfe for 37 At'heieester, Notts had the unusual experience of being beaten by eKwho scored 322 including Xotts made1 105 aud'314. Guhn had tbree Leicester'wickets LON'DOX.-June. As- j Sociated bowling was teen, in Kenl-Gloucestsr match -at (.Ir'avesend yesterday, the. luatib, belu? 'over in tuo daji aud Kent winning by 10 wickets, in (.esters first lamns-i five and Treemau for -0 ill Ihe second Scores )vent 151 and for noSilckeU, Gloucester pnd Cl Ncflhainptdu heat nt CORINTHIANS MAYs VISIT CANADA vJuna Corluthlan Ebccer team of Bag- land probably wilt visit Canada tbls suuiuier aad play in Montreal, Ijamtltou and Northern larlo towns. :rThe Corinthians. Isiicd tills counlry seven ago and were defeated only once oil their tour; that ibelng b> the Toronto (cam Make good stoves and! Cooking utensils. eyep; buy in ihe Olrl Country plays it ftt sonic lime' It niaj'j be (hati'the football in; tlie senso terni, but they can always? few rn'gs or 'soiue old and these lied with a piece of Hti'ing'-.becomc a foot ball for j haying a football can ju? put down their the goal posts nnd .there you are thc.game is on. ;lt game which cai I lie enjoyed, although its players re j cognize no rules arid despite the j (hat sides, may not.be properly con I sliliiied'. Ihe. necessities-for jsome kind means.thjif'ail the boys.o the'Old' (iohntry. something about It. and if they do.riot-prucGci to play it Milien the.y grow llp.! nevertheless, have the liking for. I in their foiood. and hence (bey Joii the bif; army of v.-alchcrs. Again, tb simplicity of football gives II an ad vantage, over mott other Kinnes, eve: to iho.se who have not it i: their youth, in five minutes or 5 practically e.vory man or ivouikn of ordinarj- iutelllgenr.il irp.n pick up enough iiboui the. game io understand ths at .the principal moves. Kcccntly I liavn-hccii sirnck wltli (he increase In the number ut'woincn attending and aim their knowledge o! the, gome which they have slinnn. '.If football were lo follow. I do not liilnk you would linrl u-itinon worrying their heads about it. but hero !n I believe lots ot tlie womenfolk hiisfie their men along to go lo -a football match, and more they .theni- j solves are rlgiil tlmre with iliem: i porting and enconrasing tlietr favorite, I (cam tnoj-e than some o' tltc'men. j For sheer crmccnlrnleit excittment, Ihci-c is no gunic which cm j properly-compare wilh footbiill. -A j nuitr-h nroimd nilnuipfi and I during tin; whole of tli.il time the lull i is In full view ol the spectators nnd Iliore is always ttonwtlilng hapiienhtg. j Kv-n when uo goHl.1-- I'jr. tlit1 I bull i-: so frci'iuontiy ill the vlclnily of I one go.ii or the other tint the on- lookers pet .iitite a lot of csciteniuin i f'tr their money. (iiv OLD iiii.i. GAFF i (By I 1 ff -j j lli-.r !my. chalk up iinoMier for Ilic I j Tlir fir.-.! half wj... fairly (tno'l. but Tlieri- nn rn'td lo cut. iv..- ran gut daisy minus kk-kcry. Tills gives X. a average of II to none against, Tlie Vets meet North on Mon.lny yfM' w aliall for. llipre. The rocvrrl Kali. fur Hie night. The sate lor tlie H. u.-Vcl3 uauia I- NAVY CUT I6ARETTES First Favorites in the Old Country In tHe Old in Canada Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes have increased .by. leaps and bounds in popular untif-v .today there are more flayer's sold than all other brands tombineds Player's are the most satisfying cigarette' .tK'at can be bought at any unequalled v fqr their smoothness and delightful aroma, consistently High in quality wherever or whenever you buy' them. That :is why men prefer PLAYER'S 18c. per package Two for 35 cents ;