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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta MARCH 1820 THIS LKi'HBHmOE DAILY HKPiALD r'AGE FIFTEEN BLIND ENGLISH SOLDIERS PLAY EXCELLENT GAME OF SOCCER AT ST. DUNSTAN'S 1XJNDOX, March sol- diers, blinded ID the war, have takcu to playing soccer football. At their hofluilal at. St. DunsUn'i, Molyneui, the ;otlkeeper of famous ChoUea club, eljcht goals acowd ttgnim'. him by eight tifhlless opfonentM A soldier who played football while Iu even though he is sightless ami, us all tilings seem to bo possible at St. Duustau'G, goal-kicking by the blind lias boeu developed there info a popu- lar and even exciting aport. During Ihe last few IS teams connected with llio Institution hare fought through a competition cup COMPLETE! CRIPPLED tl Mr. tbo army cu not from the j for Arthur Pearson's challenge desire to hsye a kick -at the. bill niid last week the final tie vva-.. dc- Lj The match was between tho Durkoulans and KulghU Hangers ami each team played meu. The way ot ULO game was this. Molynoux, who lo be well-knovru to mo.n of tile players, took lip the altltuda b- twesn the poats in which be wouM walV tor a penalty kick atid called out, "I'm ready." One ot the Durkouians put iu a sliot from a distance of 14 yards. Tho i hall went wide and a second etlur'. was also unsuccessful. Then amn.ticr player was led up to. the line ind atur some banter with the goal- keeper ho felt' where the ball was It i> Mldom who uu tcu fipotfd io sr eoBJItlpm contract .Kldcey or Bleamatic In tun, tilt, Mttliog in weikcu tkoM im- tkat (Wr uubh to J'.ltM the inMe tad polwn out of blooA, Tfae Ittitr U carried throKglt' out tbv uric acid to me- im iW joiiitt, with eoueqaeat -Jcbito, nroUntsUtt, iantate, Mirtlot, annlgU, ecoitipa- tcrtraiu Ja back nnd kod. cu all bs 6u quick, nlitf. DEFEHISIISA Jimmy Smith Down With .to Score ia Minneapolis Irn strikes. After dmvlnt a sulll la I ha fiiui frame third content Mitchell'put ID ll fcrttcl coutlauci ttrlUni In thq fourth game or seven Iiaraes, bu'l in the tighth he had three fins sUnd'hif, but he struct- out 277. ,v Hook Work! Well, Too Smith did as good luck with bli wlde-breaklnc hook as Mit- chell with his straight bill. Smith had ;ho .lowest score of tho matrb, 161. and drew, spills. Ho had con- siderable trouble toppflng the 10 pins on excellent hits." The scores tell the story 221, 279, 217, 22S, 195, 235, 213, 247, 254, 1S4. 215, 253, 237, J23. 194. 2.21C. nlut Mr. J. bMB trippltd op tint I could not lUail. Work mu out quntlos.' A far iMW.ef Gia FtUi put me I pnlM Gm Pil'j Mwk, ud rren- should to." Oim HUs on help Ton, If ymi sat- ttit from bwkacte, orbiTolba'. ful feelilv of lusitude, with noitinc Men IJK, highly-colored uiiM. !c bUddor and lUbilivy, get a In Pills at At ill jnifbtt or dulen, SOc. Money jitadM If jcra aoi nlhned. A uavla eno'ugk ta its TiiU, oa Drug li Ciemical Co. of Csasds, IXmittd, Toronto. United Staid Addrw, Lie. 203 Ibi. Bt, Btfik, K.Y. jja lying at his feet and kicked. Each Jimmy Mitchell, a fonaor resident of Calgary whu was well known In Calgary bawling circjes, receirly de- feated Jimmy Smith, champion bonder of the world, iu a match at the Central alleys. Minneapolis. The following is an account of the malch as clipped from the Minnea- polis Tribune: "Mitchell defeated Hie famous Jim- my Siniih of Milwaukee, at the Central alleys Iu a pin match that was brim- ming with sensational scores and cleanup.'. margin wits 111 pins In 10 games, the final score being ia 2.S1C with Smith on tjie smaller score, Mitchell Makes 75 Strikes "Tbc Minneapolis star the best ten pins in many ilays. lie made 75 Durkonian had two shots and be- strikes during the 11) sanies for an Ueen them) scored threo times. Tho average of 225, while Smith's average Knights Rangers could only reply to Ibis with two goals and were one be- hind, hut in Ihc second half they did much better and eventually won the match by live coals to three. 'Some of tho shots were reaarkably good ones. Tho victory of Ihe Hangers seemed lo be popular with the crowd of Wind men who "nutcliod" the game.. They followed things hy ask- ing who was kicking the ball and tho whistle of the referee told them ivhen a goal had been scored. Svuiybady was so cheerful air! eagev about the match that one could j almojt forget the eudiler aide of sport i under swell conditions. was 221. Jimmy Bmitli was charged with tho only Ihe contest. "Twice Mitchell came within an ace of a perfect score. In his third gamo he chalked up a 279 score and follower up In the fourth game with 217. In these two games he made 18 consecu MRS. NEXT BOWLING CONGRESS TO BE HELD AT BUFFALO PKOniA, 111., .March .13.- Buffalo, X. Y.. was awarded the 1K21 tourna- ment of tho AJncric.li) Bmvliug Con- gress: al (ho annual meeting of ihe HELMOKE, Out. delegates here ycsterdav. ciaU ran assi: Kidney Pills heliiei ROBERT BAIRD TELLS OF GOOD'S KIONEY PILLS The Food is Good O'DOWO KAYOES MADDEN DENVER, Colo., March O'Dowd of St. Paul, middleweight champion of the world, last night knocked out Tommy Madden of fn the fourth round of a scheduled 12-round bout here. we have been careful to see thai- every detail of, our aerrice will make eating pleas- ant, we believe that the chef has the moBl important Job. He baa Uie ability, food that Is good, looks good and lasles good. Cleanliness, proper seasoning and every feature is care- ful attention in the preparation of substantial meals. You'll enjoy Eating Here The Yale THE NEW CAFE 612 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Sal Mtnitou ii tl tiicnliil lo Old Country Football Scores 1.0NPO.V, Mirch Canadian matches played today resulted as follows; Flrit Division Arsenal 3, Sheffield Untied 0. Blackburn Hovers 2, Newcastle U. 0, Boltou Wanderers 2, Aston Villa 1. Bradford Clly 1, Oldhain A. 1. Derby 3. Pretton North End 0, Everton 0. Manchester United 0. .Manchester City 4. Bradford I.. Nolls County 0, Cbolifa 1. Sheffield Wednesday 2, Liverpool 2, Sunderland 1, Mlddlobro I. West Bromwlcb A. Burnley 1. Second Division IKrniingham 7, Lincoln C. 0. Blackpool 1, Wolverhamplon Bristol Cits- 3, South Shields 1. Coventry. C. 1. Stockporl 1. Ftilh'am 1, Barrftley I- Grlmsby Town 1, Bury 2. HiiditersOeld Town Hull City 0. Leicester Fosse 0, Nottingham F. 0, Jloiherham 3. Clapton Orient 0. Stake 0, Lseds C. 0. Weslbam United 2, Tottenham Hot spur 1. Southern Leapue Bristol Rovers 5, Norwich C. 3. Cardiff Milwall A. 2. City 4. Brighton and II. 1. Gn'inghritu 0, Portsmouth 0. Lulon Town 0, Northampton 2. Plymouth a. Brentford 2. Queen's Park Hangers 2. Swlndon 1 Iten.llng 0. South Knd U. 0. Southampton 5, Crj's'al Palace 1. Swansea 2. Newport 1. Merlhyr 3, Watford C. Scottish League QUCM'S 1, Collie 2. I. Lanark 2. Falblrh 2, Parllck 2. ll.nplltou 2, Hearts I1. Hibernians 0, Albion. L Aberdeen 1. KIliiiBiTiocIt S, IJundee 2. 'Morton 3, AyV. 1. Dumbarton 1, SI. lliiron ball gamo between Scotland and Ire To Jim Thorpe Is About Come Into Fame; Was a Good Athlete in College HON. JOrIN B..M. BAXTEK, M "AVhow In hat re- tired the rumor'Jliit he to be Ukea 'nto Ihe Unionist Cabinet. in i over the scenery. Some old-time (IfhtBrf, were' selected to pity the with the Idea that they coold stand being hit. Deap- sey told to an as could without .deetrpyliig the rcallitlc But it lin1-: in OcrapMy to move his hands without doing whether he to or uol. fin- filoj short the flrat nan put down rolllnc floor with ctuped intent uno; "I was both anil run down all Klli'iai-nock'4, IJuudee catching Dundee as he ducked, bu last summer." further, "Anlj 'Mortnn 3, Ayr 1. 'lava found it a hard task. With boll hrlY-.-c my baby wai; bnrn I used DoiliTr.i Dumbarton 1 Si lliiron 3 Carpcn-Mer. and DetnpEcy uslnj the Kidney Pills. They helped IUE in every 7ho International association foot- Banle fight between them way. I also had my little bny tp.ku'tall game between Scotland and Iro- bo longer and more iuterestlni Ihra and they bcnctlucd him resulted In a victory for the for- lhan othcr Dompsey has gou ly." I Iner Uy 3 to 0. i tbrongh. For all that, only a miracl i wlio are weak and run .down shoulcl loolr first to their kidneyi.j jn Xo Kom-an can be strong and huaUliyj "f her kifhieys are not doing ilieir full' vork of straining the Imiiurlties out of the blood. Weak kirtitoya are ihe -cause of nine-tenth of '.vomrn's Ills. Ask your neighbors If Doild'a Kidney Pills du not make strong hcaithyykid- AdverJCsement. Wales, iletcaled Irnland by 2S to return', tho gallant Frenchma ..r _. winner over the fastest and harues lifttfng champion we ever had. TOO'MANY SCRAPS recent arrahtomeat whereby the National league waived all clilm on Jim Thorpe so thai the Braves light release him to the Akron In- .club IB moru hai, passing lulefeal. Thers looms Ihe pouibDlly tbit lie great Judtsn athlete Is about to chieve the which has Sons radeil him ia baseball as a'reBuU ot he cbsnK8. Thorpe entered the Ills leases at be close of his college career. ou'll recall, Thorpe had set Ihe etlc world on lire with his prowess ,5 in til-round athlete at CarlUle. te the Idol of He tad gronn accustoaifcd to performing n the the admiring of tho crowds.' It may lie that his stimulus became a necoarary part of the conditions jurroumUns him. -At any rate..when the New'York Hants aigiied him up. fans, gave, him due credit (or bring a treat athlete, but they, were critical, "Will be make good as a bis ballirtay- etl" UBS the 'they paid to we answered.. Jim showed a tcrriblo weakness liiMiittinK curved balls, ily he [ailed to shinu at The Glints had a great outfield vbeu he canio. so there was room or him us lone as ho could not hit: j ic >oou found hlroicH cltling the >each with the plaudit? of .the.mul-' tltijde going over his head lo' the cits of some other player. don't get the ideA (liat Tljonie thereupon sulked, growled, to tako his dolls an J-go liomu or did my thing. Ha atufck to his new work trptctl .Indian He listened to etetr of advice ATcGraw 'and thfl Hunts tare Mm. II he badn't plug- ged hard he nCTO-'wouliTlnvo' ctay- ed in the big leagutt. But with all hlj plugging he fsHcd develop info he would be. 'Believing '.hat a chance with club, where .lie could play regulqrly might lialp httjl. the, ball (or a couple husky hits in his tint gama or pull' off the ftedltng play of (ho the fans will go plumb nutty and iThorpo will be the lion ol the liourT He'll be back In his old sphere. old stimulus will be there. v It tills all II ia jm-. chologically and physic-illy it will write another Interesting chaji- tec in Jim Thorpe'a cjireer. McQraw Braves. allowed Jim to go to ..the But thero top, he failed to I'lTTSBUWJ, I'a., March busing match between Johnny Ray anil Johnny Kirk hern last "night, was called off at tho end of the second round nfier a free-for-all fight bad started between the, backers of tho contestants. get going. At tho close of tho baseball season Thorpe went hack "to hall. Cantop, Ohio, professional {oot- bali promoters 'for thQ last'-feir sons have paid him htg money to load Ihejr team. Though leading Uara each fall, Thorpe has bo- conio immensely popular 'in Akron as welt as iu Canton. Akron fans trlcJ to wean him away from Canton' for their football team, but couldn't. When the backers ot the nevy Inter- national league club in Akron an- nounced that they had'signed Thorpe to play right field tho fans went dippy. Apparently the; stage IE''.set. to Thorpe's'liking. Tho fans will .he pulling for htm Irom the'start of the first game. If Thorpe gets away ARGOS ANNUAL forty. Gunboat Smith Belter Punch Than Dempsey Mareh Tlio seventh annual meeting of the C H H aut Ilowin'' "'llh was held last night. bays He Has xherc was a largo turnout ot members ond tho prospects for the coming sea- snr, brleht for activity in 'all lines ot sport, W. R. Morrison was e.uUfcU breaident. REMODELLING SAL E FOR TEN DAYS ONLY Discounts From 10 Per, Cent to 50 Per Cent on Our Entire Stock WATCHES, CLOCKS, CUT GLASS, SILVER- WARE; CHINA, JEWEL- RY of All Description. Sale Starts Today C. B. BENDER 331 Fifth Street South Constipation, Piles and Stomach Ills Can be Cured by Internal Bathing. Alt tho sympathy for "poor Carpcn- vr.ternn of ring nnd wnr ftntl likely be matched with Jack Demii- sey to flglit for the world's heavy- weight championship, seems to bo turned into curiosity about the power of the Frenchman's punch. (Jutibpat Smith, who fought Carpcn- 4Ier iu London and oil a foul, says this; "Carpcntler is lightning fast and has I'a puzzling stvlc. Ho is continually jumping around, using a sharp left Jab and getting away from counters by ducking so low his hair almost brushes the "floor. "He ducked around until I deter- mined i'o clout him nest time he bob- bed down. 1 lilt him'a light blow nnd he went to Ills kueo. 1 was wailing to lilt when ho ducked, and thought lie was ducking again, and rushed flnd swung al him. hut mlssad. His man Geo. Andrew, well known bfinker; four times mayor of Oakville and form- er treasurer oC Halton county, is dead. Constipation Is the causb of most ager claimed a foul and got away j of th9 ills common to people now-a-t it.-The Frenchman hi' me harder ivlth days. H comes mostly from neglect In not heeillng the signs which naturo hns been trying to give us Ihal every- his right Ihon any other fighter ever hit me, I've fought Dcmpsey twice and met them all. Dempsey, FuKon, I (Hi thing ts nol righl vrilliin. Ktotnuchj Langfonl, Morris nnd the heartache, loss of appetite, impure! wlioJo mtuc'ii of heavyweights except blood. rticMimalism. iillr.s, pn'ns In Iho Johnson, back, lack of energy anil s1ccpleFsne5B Jack Must Beware, He Says arc In ntosl. cases to "f expect tti ECO DempBey beat Car- cllmlnatfon or constlpalion. 'To lie I rentier, but 11 won't be easy, and If luaitiij' all Iho II mu you must be ctcau i llpnuwey In with tbc Idea Ihat Inside, and Ihc ,1. It. Cascade, (.'Brpenller can't 'give litm u light he'll witti pure fllcrtlizcd water, Is Uic onlyj bo taking a big perfoclei! appliance ever ilov.sed for Joe .lennctto tonlt a 15-round deci- thla purposp. H is easy nnd plcasnnt firm ovcf Carpentler In Paris, ftftcr to use, and any member of Itte (am-, ('flrpenller knocked Jcanotto down ily can When there IB Ho chance lodge, find HIR many Ills e-islly contrattcil under oilier circumstances will b bcncfittcd by its use. I with a right band punch on the chin, the system is kepi so hard that Jeanet'e boroly got up within 10 seconds. Jeanctte was 20 pounds hflavicr than CarpentleiJ, ft great flBhler, and one of tho gamest1 avoided. Ihousatids of have been restored to health by thft J. II, L, Cascade. H you don't feel woH all iho lime, Just try Internal Bathing. -Then you will appreciate, (he a'd vant- ages it has over any other means of restoring your health, rills arc dan- Keroits. Don't lie continually taking medicine for constipation. 1 lathe In- ternally. Tho .1. n. Cascade ia now bfjlnt; m'cd in thousands of Canadian homos. nil of uhoin aiipreciate Itn vnluc. It la hninp shown and expluin- cd nt thn Kod Htuik Co., Limited, who win bo pits sod lo Rive you a wonderful nnd instructive DODD'S KIDNEY and toughest heavywclghls I've ever seen. "Cnrpentier hit niG Ihc hardest punch t ever JeonMle told me wlwn be bark to America. "Snm Longforl never hit me bard. I was lucky to get up in Dempsey Harrf Hitter Movies, Too will face a new propoaition If ho mccfA Tlio cham- pion haa been very f successful in knocking out big .-men. The ?1ow giants tiro "duck Xoiip for na Mnnngor Jack Konrnrf Aayp. He is zo ffist thnt they nnri ho can. and does, That's all that's necessary- Dompsay lauds book by Dr. CJias. A. Tyrrell, failed on ai.ylMng it (alls. 1 have been "Tho What, ll.e Why. the. Way of In- watching him in some of his moving lernal AS'K fur It toil ay. plcturo work. There are where Advcrl'iaeiiient. attacks a band of knock- TflLCUM FORITCN After Shaving has antiseptic, cooling qual- ities that are both beneficial and pleasant to any man's face after shaving. Being for-men farllt- utarty. it is neutral- show- on the face. Having Taken Over in its v entirety the LUMBER -BUSINESS of I will continue under the present style firm name, until further notice. I also wish to lake this opportunity of thank- ,ing our customers for their hearty support in the past, and solicit a continuance of your patron- age. All business will receive my very careful and prompt attention at all times. Yours for service, H. N, BECKER. YARDS AT: LETHBRIDGE, WARNER, NEW DAYTON, NOBLEFORD, MONARCH, ANDNEMISCAM. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE No. 1384. ;