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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX i lir, '1.11.1 Jiliiul.t.L. IMUii BRINGING UP FATHER G. McManus Bat Gasoline is up Al Pit ill and t< and Mechanical Garage COR. 4TH AVt A MJ) PHONE 11M OF Stanley Cup History i Call -for Newcomers and Begin- ners to Active Interest in Club is Issued INTERMEDIATES GET. DHONZE'MEDALS _------ have been rece'rect by intermediate football team of the North Lelhbrldge United. These wore for win- nine of their league league last year. .The medals are mads of Lronze. Annual Session of Lethbridge Poor-ball Association Called in Y. M. C. A. Prospects for Big Small Financial Balance to Start New Year On Good 'Friday will sec the Ilrst fool- ball game o( the season in Lelhbridgp. Arrangements for this game will be mnde Tuesday night at the annual meeting of the Irflhbrlrtge Football Association. This meeting will be held in the Y. ,M. c. A. The final meeting of the 1919 execu- tite of the association has been held, with President Rlackhurno in the Arrangements were made Mon'iliy for the meeting Tuesdav night and a general call has teen Is- sued for all football fans to be or. the Job. Bach club will be- allowed three voting delegates. Tbe financial report Tuesday night will show a small balanre [or the new eselulive to commence work on. The Toronto board of education re- affirmed its decision io sell the high school site on, Bloor street east, but instructed W. TV. Penrsc not to ac- 'jpprless than for II. Following Is a history of (be Stan- ley cup series: Viclorh: Victoria 7; Quebec 5. Victoria S; Quebec 6. Victoria 6; Quebec I. Total goals: Victoria 16, Quebec 12. Toronto: Toronto 0; Victoria 2. Toronto C; Victoria 5. Toronto 2; Victoria 1 Total goals: Toronto .13; Victoria S. Vancouver: Vancouver'6; Octawa 2. Vancouver 8; Ottawa 3. i VsucouTer 12; Ottawa 3. I 'Total 20; Otta- wa S. Montreal: 8. Canadiens Portland 1. Canadfens C; Portland 3. Canadiens 5; Portland 1. Canadiens 5; Portland 3. Total goals: Canadiens 18; Port- land S. Seattle: Seattle 4; Canadiens 3. Seattle Canadiens 1. Seattle 4; Canadiens 1. Seattle Canadiens 1. Total goals: Seattle 23, Canadians 6. Toronto: Toronto 6; Vancouver 3. Toronto 1; Vancouver C. Toronto 6; Vancouver 3. Toronto 1; Vancouver S. Toronto 2; Vancouver 1. Total goals: Toronto IS; Vancou- ver 21. Seattle: Seattje 7; Canadiens 0. Seattle 2; Canadiens 4. Seattle 7; Canadiens 2. .Seattle 3; Canadiens 3 Seattle 3; Canadiens (Series'ended owing to The Lothbridgc Municipal' Golf Club j' commences Its third year of existence with the coming season. The election of officers and general business1 meet- ing takes place tonight-at the Y.'M. C.A.'at 6 o'clock. All members, newcomers and-thoce who Intend to take- up golf tblE year are asked to turn out in force-, go'thai a good discussion Of policy ciay bp had. live officers be so start the club away good for another year. Kacli year the club has, in numbers, the total'membership last year Just cresting the JOO Xo place in Canada lias golf-been provided so conveniently and; at such the Former Middle. weight Champion, Goes to Sleep in Second Round MONTREAL, March UrosseaX Canadian middleweight champion, last night knocked out Al. seau's third.successive knockout irith- in- a -week, and the twenty-third, since he hecame a; professional. After fight -McCoy.admitted.that at no point in.his ho have againBt-Brosaeau for 10 rounds. FURIOUS' WINS. LINCOLNSHIRE a low cost as m this city. McCoy, former.-middleweight .chant- last year were J12 tor men, fo ladies i Pi0n of the in the second found and ?3 for youths.. W Utt- the. support 0[ B lOrround bout here. This Is'Bros- ot the citizens intereste_d oolhirig up at.once, it is keep the fees !at this low mark. V Xow "Lethbridge Is On the golf inap it Is hoped to keep it there with an active cltib membership. LINCOLNSHIRE RACE BRINGS BETTING UP TO ONE l.OXTJOX. March Canadian j on.tlie "Uncolnsbire Handicap, to he run.Wednesday neit: Sir Berkeley and Bruff Bridge, S to jl; Monteith, 9 to i; Scatwell, Royal j Bucks, Vlolincello, inO'to 6; Para'gue, IS to 20 to 1; Ample. 25 jto 1; to I.-v.. Betting -qn the' Grand National I Steeplechase, run Friday as (follows: I'oethlyn. 1 to 2; Troytown. 13 to 2: Gerald, 100 to S; Silver King, 190 -n. 0 ;o s. Lincoln Handicap scratching: Unckllnc. JTgly. In shorter time than It took Io unite theoi in Sidney Morris- Jones atitl Jlorris-Jones divorced in the siipreffle court al Ed- niontou Saturday morning. ity, Flavour Aroma LINSOLN, England, March 24. rr-The.; Lincolnshire over a mile riralght-away couric, :for a purse of V500, wat won'to- day by C. Harry's Furioui. Lord Scaiwell was and R. Thcrburn's Monteith wai third. Furious, -a 4-year-old, carried 101 pounds; and Mon- teith, GILHOOLY WITH BUFFALO BUFFALO, N'.T., March Frank' Oilliooly, last year wfth the Bosion Red Sol, has with the Buffalo International League team, it was announced today. LAWLOR BEAT VALGAR ATLANTA; March Lawlor of the referee's decision over Uenny Valgar of France at the end of their ID-round feather weight bout: last night. Lawlor had the best of 'rounds and the others were even. I FRED BETTS STEPS OUT TIEGIN-A, Jiarch B. Belts, of Saskatoon, has resign- cd as president of the chowau branch of tho Amateur Athletic Union of Canada. Ill-' health-and business pressure arc sivc-ii n.s reasons. Old Country Football Scores LONDON, March Canadian League results ,yca- tculsiy: Luton 2, Queen's Park Hangers I. The Melting Pot Golfcra arc showing able cnthusla.m about the annual meeting to held In the V.M.C.A. tonlsht. The LtthbrIHge club his been running successfully on low fees and this year they In-, trussed membership thit the same level of dues can be main- tained. A large turnout Is td tonight. Zartmba made tnlngi hum at the Dominion Alleys last night. He rolled 27S, Itie store st iht for a long time. It is understood the record on the Dominion Alleys lUno. at 1M, Albert rolled nine straight strikes and finished b'n a ifirc, The North Ltlhbrldge United re holdlno a whlit drive arid night iir 11 ou ever, Game Scheduled for Wednesday Will Be Flayed; No New Arrangements bTTAWA, March day Stanley Cup game will be played in ottsxva at arranged. "Today the IB 56 above zero and the atreeU are covered with running water and there it a of water over the ice at the hockey .arena, but far the have matfe any new arrangements. Ten to One Handicap on Second Contest; Easterners Out- weighed and Outplay? Selkirks TORONTO, -March. and outplayed by the Toronto Canoe Club, Selkirks, of Winnipeg, were de- feated in their first'O. H. A. Memorial cup game here with the Toronto Canoe Club last night, uy 10 to 1. The Mani- toba men lacked ivelght and eiper- to probably the best team that has ever operated in the Ontario association junior ser- ies. The second game will be played here Thursday night, but it is prac- tlcalyl Conceded that Selkirks are out Sf the running. All Citizens to Take F. A. Hold Meeting- Amateurs Score DO Droplnte the first Store You See; you understand "yourself and your cloth-. ing problem you will spend less because you will buy the right cloth- ing at the light place. you ever notice how many men 'boost 20th Century Must be something to ity BERT KESTER'S f.HE HOME OF 20th CENTURY Ct-OTHrMG AUEXANDRA M'OTEL BLOCK PHONE 615 ON THE CORNER Institute on niday after- noon, -March at! 3.30. Reports just held n Edmonton .will be giyen, also a good All lad- es are Invited, to'attend. CAPT.ICHARLES' EDDIE IS VICTORIA, B! March ng the appointment-of a. perniane-ut official to' the Capt. Charles examiner.of and mates at Vanc.buyerj has arrived in. Victoria to the office of superintendent p? pilotage for British ColumTiia-recently 'resigned, by Capl. B. I.. Jounspri, This Is the first "intimation that Capt. Johnson's, resignation had been accepted by-the-government, impression' in shipping circles acre is that Cap.t launders, agent of marine at Prince Rupert, Is in lino for tlie appointment as ptlolage sup- erintendent of Brlllsli: Columbia 'TvitU Victoria.'' FALCONS XEAVE'PEG TO FlfeHT FOR ALLAN CUP IN TORONTO WINNIPEG, ?Iarch. Fal- cons, senior champions of Canada, lett for'.Tordnto on their-'Al- lan hunt yesterday over, .the Can- adian-National, parly will arrive in the Qiieen Clly Thursday afternoon. (From Our Own .Corresponueut) 'MAGUATH, March regular meeting of the U.F.A. -was held on Saturday evening in the Town hall. A largo crowd of enthusiastic mem- bers were present and business of im- portance was discussed. The local will co-operato with the pro- vincial government in building a dip- ping vat. This will lie _bullt and in operation in -the near future. Another mattfcr of importiinco-aiul of interest to all Is the contest which will be carrier] on in the poisoning of goph- ers, .The Magrath district has been divided, in half, main street is the dividing line. All land on the west side, an far south and rjortit pos- sible bising one district, east half (he saffie. JCacii a'kiie has organized and will poison gophers, the big days -be- ing Good Friday and Saturday, follow-. Ing the Easier .Monday, April 2nd and 3rd anil otli. Kvcryonc in etpect- ed to kill as nmny as possible before that data as thn tails will lie counted on Bastor Monday-arid the losing sMc will pay for a big dance. Amateur On Friday evening a crowd of Hit- graUi young people presented to a large and appreciative audience n very fine jiroduction entitled "The ru Trail." Miss Mamo Illnillcy in .the leading role cia was excellent, as also Vere P. Clarke is "Or. Jsck antl J. h. Mercer AS "Cetlrlc Hanii." All other mem. bers of the- cast auslainerl, their parts equally well, Miss Cook, as "Helen Miss Tootner. as "Miss S. K. Toomer "Capt, Walk-1 Clarence Howes "Cross W. M. Blutnel as "Hon. Thos. Hee-a.' Bert Dow as and II. Shaf- fer aa wero well suited to their parts. Tho stage settings and wero flno and everything rlgbC for a good performance. The regular racctlne ot the Women's ANDY CANRXAiNY TROUBLE. 418 Fifth Sfreet South SERVICE DAY AND NIGHT; Phon. 18M, Office 3rd Ave. S, LethbrliJje, AJberla Ride In a McLaugiilin Special. It cotti no more. Jack Hill Jnck Hellingtwerth LETHBRIDGE TAXI FOURTH AVE. S., REAR OF PALACE CONFECTIONERY. 24 HOUR SERVICE PHONE 664 ELECTRIC Wo have'tire most up to date n'l-ldlng Khop- in Southern Al- berta. Wo have au jVcntyleno welding anil cutting equipment and one 'of the Cahmilan Oencr- al largest plants, enabling us to do gqpd work and at a touch lower price. Uwford Welding Co, 2nd Avt., Off. Lsthbridgo Hotel Phone 1M4 OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Kervlcs on Trlpi Wo rl've Instilled a Full Equip- ment '.for kUTQMQBIlE Can handle all'raaVea of Expert Hot Atr Furnace Work FREEL ELLIOTT etil 336 tlh it, South Phone 17i3 TheMostPopular Recreation Dominion Bowlinf Alleys Dtmlnlfn on Sjiji' ;