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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE in-: DAILY SATURDAY, MARCH 20, SEMES FOR CUP Seattle Likely to Change Line- up to Offset Ottawa's Strength o-------- Football Scores1 LONDON. March Canadian I'rej-s) 1'ouuiry football today resulted ng fallows: First Division Anton Villa. 1; Blwrklmni Rovers, 2. HraJfonl, Ucrby Couulv, 1. Humify, 2; Sutherland, 1. Chelsea. 1; Sheffield Wednesday, 1. j Liverpool, 1; Mauckesicr CUy, LIGHTS and SHADOWS ByF. C. S. L6SO With SPORT AND SOCIETY, >lra. Jack Detupsey spillOil tho 1 beaus on her husband recently. Mr. Deoipsey ia oaly DOW recovering from] c- the shock, vs H5- (art tin! Boucher, star defense of the Oltawas Is :i I'raiher of or v.-ho was the local seiisatiou lu hotkey circles this winter. OTTAAVA, March Commenting the opening world series fimes, the, Journal this morning says: Seatlle nav msXe a change on tWIr Itae-np (he object ot Hug strength which Ottnwa will exhibit In liio six-man same. Jack Walker, who plays rover in the seven- man game, is likely to be sivit- ched So left wing In the six- man series. Walker Is a deizllng rilayer, whose poke check is a men- ace" to any team. Seattle hopes to utilize It to the full extent anil will Benfl Jack to cover "Pancli" Hroad'-. lent. The latter is a great man on the. of- tensive and his bads-cheeking is a j great asfel to the Ottawa team, His work, while not as spectacular! as some- of his teammates, !s ot the; damaging kmd. Broadbenl generally Las his -co tired by the sec-'; ond period that a reserve has lu be I rushed, in. It is hoped that Walker's checking j iaud ability to follow back will break tip BroadbenVs game, Pete Green, Ottawa trainer, is con-' fident his team will win. He points to the fact ihat ho has never had such a willing band of workers on his list j in all his career. In proof of bis cou- i 'enllpn, he points out that they arc all j Glity-mluute men. There has not been the least fric-l tlon on ibo Ottawa team all season. They aro like n happy family, as 0110', irho has been'on the road with them i :an verify. i Monday night's game is sure to be fought on a hard ice. surface. The weather has been getting slightly cold- j IT all the time and the weather sharps iredict a snowstorm today. Seattle arrives here Sunday and rill hare a day's rest before starting j ID grluo. Oao of thi I'eatnres OS the J trill ba that many of the old defenders j 5f tie Stanley will occupy prom-1 Inent EeaU. Bouse Huttoa. Art Mooro i and Harrey -Pttlford, Dave, Billy and j Suddle Gllmoar, Harry Westwicfc and i Alt Smith, as welt as Tommy SniHh. defended the cup when Quebec were title holders, will bo In the stand, j While wo do not think Seattle will i lilt the cup, it Is expected that It frill be terrific series. The westerners ire a rotted team, -who can stand the not great speed mer- chants, according to tia records, bnt have a steady and consistent and have reduced combination to an BrL The Melting Pot Can the Lethhridge boys play basketball? They sure can. They showed it to perfection last night before crowded gallery. Brown- ing's record of one Joss durfng the season was broken. Judging by the manner in which McKillop threw a few of the huskfe Indians around last nfght he is not to he tampered with. However George is goad nalured. He had plenty of provocation last night Manchester I'.. 0; Bradford City, O.I '.-a'Pfntwr posljwacJ bis weu- l: Arsenal..0. Ws clash with Deiup. Newcastle United. 2; Nous County. society editors would perhaps j nave suid 'The groom's gift ti> the Some Kay Irwln is right there when It comes to knocking pins down. If you want to see him perform just watch him In a Lithbridge have done without him basketball game. What would last night? That is a hard ques- tion to answer. Let us changs the subject. Base- ball will soon be here The C.C.'s are going after some strong piay- trs. Wait until their full lineup is announced and then get out your sliding rule lo figures out which way to bet At present it fooks as if the Bankers and C.C.'s will make some Interesting times for base- of bank boys were working out in ball fans this summer. A couple the rear of the bank of Montreal yesterday. Nothing like starting early and let the scouts know what you can do. Oldhniu A., 2; Bolloa 0. X. K., 0; West Bromwich A., 1. Sheffield United, 0; Everlou, 1. Second Division Ksnisley, 1; Coventry C., Hury, 1: Birmingham, 0. Bristol City, 1; Wolverhampton, 1. Cbjiioii Orient, 2; Stoke, 1. Hull City, 0; Blackpool, 1. City, 2; Crlmsby Town, 1. L'.ncolu City, 0; U-U-ester Posse. 3. Nottingham Fusse, 0; FuluBnj, Z. Soulh J: WesUuim United, 0. Stc-ouort C., 1; H'jfldersfield Town, Tottenham Hotspur, 3; Itoiherharu C, 0. Southern League Urishton aud H.. 1; Cardiff, 1. lirfhfford. 3; Bristol II.. 0. Crystal Palace, 4: Luton Town. 1. Milwal! A.. 0; Quecii's Park R-, C. Northampton. return- ed to I'rBsidfUl Wilson by tho aeuatc afur li had fulled of rat- ification last uiglu, fur u fourth time. There wat> uo intimation as to what President Wilson would do with the treaty. White House of- ficials said tho usual procedure would be to send il !o the stale department for 'burial" iu the. MALCOLM MCMILLAN DEAD March .McMillan, president of ,McMllliUi Brolliers, Limited, railway contractors, died early toilay at the General Hos- pital, aUer a lingering illness. De- ceased was born In Druce county, On- tario, In 1SC1, and had been a'resident of Winnipeg for the past forty years. Everyone is hoping that the rooou which is said to bo marie of green cheese will not get Into tho hands of the profiteers. DR. CLARK SPEAKS ORILLIA, Out, March Michael Clark, M.P., (or Ited 0eer, Alia., addressed Iho Canadian Club hero last night on "Class Conscious- ness and and later ad- drossed a public meeting in tho ouera house aud unveiled a large bronza iahlet lo the- memory of 102 Orillians who fell In the. great war. ''Don't be a Is not always an axiom ID politics. thero. The document, which was tho seuale by UIB president lu person last July ID, was taken lo (be White House by-decree .A. Snuderson.i secretary of the sr-nile. The tcisate'was-not in session today, h'Jt' when the house met, Tlnkhuiu, licpiib- llcan, Massachusclis, oCfcred a joint resolution, declaring a state- of reaco between tho United Stales lint) Germany. Under iho i-esohrtion, Germany rucognije all rights which Iho United SHMu might have had under, the. Versailles treaty. Should Germany fail to ugrei) to this, the president would he auth- orized to prohibit1 resumption of Irado relations or Ibo extension of loans or SEVEN HUNDRED SHEEP KILLED BY BIG STORM March !0. Seven Imudred sheen out of a floci ol -perished oa a (arm two miles east pt Mac- rio'.iald, MRH.. durlos the of laet Monday iilght our] Tuesday, it is reported tudsy. PRAIRIE SIDING HOMES FLOATING :i .N'ow in Sir Robert's But we'll leave to his closer friends. do tbey have i knots on the ocean instead of miles? j First-class you see they couldn't have the ocean UtSe if there were no Record. Good intentions are alright but they never get you anywhere. CHATHAM. Out., March 2.0; families are iemporar- ily homeless as a result of the ilooil at Prairie Siding caused by a four-mile ico jam. Some families aro still at their homes but aro forced to dwell in the upper rooms. They move from place to plr.ce in boats. oriiMor With the Liberals Jetl by a man of the royal purple, Moose by. "Red" Michael. government would make Kainbow division. FRIENDSHrp Is often considered a license to bor row money. WE, TOO "Prices Hccord. est in the big series by reason ot the j their dates, but ask the wise j they'd say oh Indians anJ Go Quickly cannot Afford to tesick neglect her nbujtJ-oJd datitf. At the fiiil toms ?hc prepares ihexvay quick recovery by tht y ixnmtdiata use of Gray's GS household preparation of sixty standing. RED SPRUCE GUM D WATSON Clear Baby s Skin With Cuticura Soap and Talcum Appur At Tcur If a caSerocM unnptcled rittdon yoa ftel Kin- nJcut Ol ipviiloB I al mat Iwt In but 9 few nummbll rnnimloTOor Mn a ctmluton Ail to G ou raud s Oriental Cream our guvs up. we disappointed. We expected to see our speed kids learnt a and inslead of thai 'ha iescher was We was sure our guys feoing to look as It they had gum on their shoes, but we'll say we was dis- of course we go and weep no bitter tears, because we arc real fond of our speed kids, j "Fnen this 0 foot might be--the rest would have to add the two they pedal on lo get over lhal mark and we -wouldn't take au oath they WHS all they was all dark compiecied guys and were stocky and >rorc their hair straight up like ia when you hear what happened to tliem you can't blame j their hair. They was well It looks like a 2 by i-Iant taking a whole page add in the Saturday Eve., thoy was swamped ynd couldn't deliver Inn goods. It took I-othbridge speed kids just seven minutes to Fhow Ihcm up. They felt them out in the first half and their they grew contempuous for seven minutes in the very first of the second hall and Poor Browning ain't yet to what was come they was all dizzy and blamed It on Iho drinking water. But I'll tell them what It was It was a cloud rained baskets for 7 minutes and they didn't know enough to come In out of Ihe wet. Then the game settler! back up to "a hold them'1 proposition so we say It only look 7 minutes to burst a sac- red legend. I rirowning's bubble is imrst anil we j were disappointed, but an we said we j didn't shed no scalding hot Mtter i weeps of regret. Our guys there. ill pays to advertise you j got to deliver (be Mir; I difference. Steed's speed kids kick through with the goods; Hrowring's was mail order sluff. TORONTO. March has teen I _Siany liuroan engine ia rur. decided by the executive committee au- r of.the Canadian Association of Ama-j teur Oarsmen to bring forward the date of the Royal Canadian Henley ul St. Calharines nest summer, from Friday and Saturday, July 30 and 31, lo Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24. TO-NIGHT-! bw Alright y-- J. D.. HIG1N3OTHAM t CO., LTD., LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Tho way lo films nowadays Is via'( the farm. SMALL CONTRIBUTIONS, ETC. An association has been 'formed it Germany to pray ex-Kaiser. Since the original dales were fixed j He'll need nil tho -prajcrs 'available. tho association was officially Informed that the international Olympic com-: mlitee had decided to advance the dates for the Olympic regattft which will begin on August 20 instead of September 24. The Canadian associa- tion found it necessary to advance the St. Catharines regatta, otherwise would not have been sufficient time left for the Canadian oarsmen to reach the Olympic course and make prepar- ations for the race. NOVA SCOTIA TO SPEND ON KO'AD SYSTEJ5S HAUI'AX. X.S, March wonM to eipemlcd upon he roads of Norn Scotia during tho next five years in nn ambitious pro ;ram that would give tho province tho L average ot roadways on the Nortl continent, tho announce nont made hv Flon. II. H. niinister or liiglnvays, who laid th1 reiJDrt or the commissioner of higti ways on tlie tahlc in the house of ns .iblv This year th proposal was to cipend on :he roads of Scoiia. VICTORIA FEELS EARTHQUAKE And it is quite certain he'll not tiny out of Geriuany, Rut what's the use anyway. We arc nclinei! lo the Delict that Wilhelm iYS5 a "devil from the beginning.1' The government approaches irriga- iinn bonds much the .same as bache- [ors hilrt. The ovlalortt wotil expcrlo'l In go scouting with ma guns for wolves aru3 destro Ibein In to car scliome th Hudson Hay railway entirely for it as providing means of Iran porting thr- meal to civilization, fn The Canadian Academy of Miisic v ..AND r-.v.ij-.v-.iV'i ioi'oato College ot Music L'.raiied i- j AMALGAMATED President: Lt-Col. A. E. Gqoderham Mus'.cai Directorate: Albert Ham, Mus, Doc. Pranfc S. Welsman W. O. ForsytN Peter C, Kennedy Managing Director: Alfred Bruce Examinations are held al Local Centres throughout Ihe Dominion In June. k: The authoritative vr-.luo ot these examinations combined with the high artistic nml pedagogical prestige of the examiners make Ihcm a potent influence in musical development. Scholarships and Prizes awarded annually. Applications mttsl be received uy the Registrar not later than May ICIh. Trie Syllabus, Application 1'orms and all further information pertaining to the examinations may he obtained on request. 12-14 SPAOINA ROAD, TORONTO It was a bad burn, too, and some of the si: in came off. But Sally waa a smart she 7n It cooled ani stopped tlie pain at once. There any fnfcdtion because MentViolatum is antiseptic 0.3 well 03 gently healing. She had no trouble with it. Follow Sally's example and Mac fvienlhoiatum for cuts, bruises, tired feet an J other "lillle ills." "The Lillte Nuttt fa Lulls llh' Watch Monday's Herald for Particulars of Seventh Contest. AUCTION SALE ON AT 60 SECOND AVENUE, HARDIEVILLE AT 2.00 O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS MOVE, A QUANTITY OF HOUSEHOLD 'URE Including Singer Sewing Machine; single lied nnd springs; Rotal "Good Olioer" range; hcnllug Blovea; kltctton cupboard and sundry items; also Molsltln Dairy Cow, Al rulllior; Holstsln bull, 2 years; Yearling Heifer; 16 chFcksns; about two tons of Green Feed and stable building. CASH PHONES ;