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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. MARCH THK OAU.Y PAGE SEVfc.N ridge Wins From assic LONDON, March Cam- won the beat rice frtfp ttw ThamM caurte Won By LOXDO.S4, March Canadlar Aitdclated, the today b'j -four ItBClhi, In iO mmutWiad 11 iseondr race nas bj- largest' (atterlac o! over alnnbUi for the claulo etenl. bflgin to seek alokf tho Thiinei aivar oouraa In the day. jUthouih the, four a quarter coeloat, wan r.a.t tjhedul- cd until late, in the attemoori, ut rowing and supporter! o( the two unlveraltles wezo wondlnt ihoir way toward tho river immediate- ly after rthe tocbeon hour. Bvery methid ot transportation was taxed iq 'ca'pficlly; thousands travel- ling by. trains.' busses and motor cars iu tin. looc .slretclics of the Thames for the-'greatest regatta o! tbo year. Weather 'conditions were con- sidered favorable for.both tho crews and spectatorsj The weather wan mild and 'cldndf.'with practically a smooth course'for the rowers. A combination of '.fUlnrday's half- I'.oliJajtiaid 'the spectacular ireo sport- ins cvofiD'VlUiln short distance ot the city drew 'thousands of East Enders and suburbanite! to the course. There vraa a revival 'varsity color dls- lilay which. aWays. marks the regatta, and the. edges ol the river bank- ed with canoo; and house-boat par- 1114 LONDON, Slirck Canadian Associated renewal of. tbe historic struggle between the dark nnd liht blue Is tho flret race slnco 1914, thn event having been ubtndoned during tho war. year ,Jhs riyaices of war In CABLES PASSING THROUGH IRELAND HAVE BEEN CUT OXFORD WON TRACK AND FIELD MEET winning boat. Cambridge in particu- lar has been handicapped ID their early training by lack ot water..- Or- ford, the more rugged creiy, .were, ______ ____ picked early as favorites, and Cumbrldge won four and ouo- had the further advantage of half, up to tide a week ahead ot their rivals.'- i LONDON, Mired ford won the trucfc and ftel'l meet here today wlih Cam- bridge University. Ox2or-l look five and one-half civcntv white tics. both Oxford aid Cambridge was so great and'thero had been so long an Interruption, to serious business on tho river >that no .attemnt was mado to hold tbo racea. History of Classic The race was first rowed iu 1846, but was not rowed again until 1849; was rovred sgaiu in 1862 and 1S64, but did not become in. annual event until 1856, sines when. Jt.iras pulled off overj- year until 1914, inclusive. Un- til-, today the record stood 3S wins for Oxford and 31 for Cambridge, "a dead hekt in 1877. The best tlraej over tho fanioua Putney! to Mortlako course was that of Oiford In .1911, In. IS minutes, 25 seconHi.' -In..trio' lowing year tbe race was rowed both sinking on tho Saturday, anil in the row-oit on Montlay Of: ford.vrqn....... was tbe irinner. In 1914 with a remsrialily strong crew. '8ncH a fight wefi seen along the banks of .the Thames today as has not lieeh.'vltnessed sliicc that year of 19H.1 The boat-rece is liko no other sporting event of the veafV for no other lias Fuch great sporting Is PO Drovldes ouch a'sovcre lest youth ot tho gieai rival-y.universlties, Oi'.all-the bronght about 'by. the' war perhaps1 none' wits' more felt than wbsn boat race day by without a compelltipn. It was therefore no wonder that the crowds today rea'ched unprecodented numbers rind an enthusiasm seldom equalled. Homing Is a tradition at the unlver- tifis and the great public schools. It ts handed, down froin. generation to generation, from father to.son, -and of yesterday are the sue- cfirsfui; coaches of today, such for In BE Harcourt Gold, who this year had the Oxford crr-.w In charge. The break In this tradition by the irar was bound to be reflected In the ci'twe which were rather of tbe scratch variety. There was no expec- tnllon of a record performance by the Old Country Football Scores LOATjCN; 'March (By Canadian Associated games played today bad tbe following re-, Firat Division -______ Arsenal 2, Middiesbro Bolton Oldham 0. Bradford C. 3, U. 1. Derby C. 0, Bradford 0. Kverton 3, Sheffield U. 0. Manchester C, 2, Liverpool 1 Notts College 0, Newcastle U. 0. Sunderland 3, Burnley 0. West Bromwich A. :4r Preston X. H. 1. Second Division Blackpool 2, Hull City 1. Birmingham 0, Burj- 2. C. 1, Barnsloy 0. 'Fulhain 1, Nottingham Fosse 0. Orimsby To'vrn Z, Leeds C: 0. C. .4, Lincoln C. 0. Ftolherharu C: Ij Toltenham Stoke 2, CUptonj Orient 0. Weetham U. J, South'Shields 0. Seirthtrn League Bristol R. 0, Merthyr T. 0.' Cardiff C. 0, Newport C. 0. Eieter C. 2, PortEmouth 0. Giltingham 2, Crj-stal Palace 4. Liitou T. 1, South jJnd U. I. Plymouth A. 1. Queen's Park Rangers 3, Brighton H. A. 1, This is tbe drat slty meet'to be hold iluii K'H. Theigatuos wore stasell ui the Queen's Club track'act! auracted a large lashtoi- able assembly. First places only counted In tho various track and field competitions. I Former Triples -Score on Chel- sea and Latter Doubles on Bristol City Ca- nadian''AttoclaUd zeml.fip'alj royrtd game for the Engilth cup, played today reiulted as 3; 1, Huddtratlild.J; Bristol City 1. ScoHUh ,Cup Semi Finale Canadian Associated rebuilt: In the of the Scottish Cup were: 1: Albion 1. Kllrnarnock 1; Morton .2. Amateur Championship to Be 'Are the Favorites Iteadint; 1, Brentford 0. Southampton 3, Norwich C. 0. Swindcn A. I, Millwnll A. 0. Swansea T. 1, Northampton 1. Scottish League Aberdeen p, Lanark 1, Ayr 1, St. Mirren'2. Clydebank 0, Hearts 1-' Dundee 1, Queen's 1. Falklrk 1, Celtic 2. Hamilton. 1, Dumbarton 3. Hibernians 1, Airdrlo A. Partick 2; Clyde'2.'. Haith 0, CHotherwell 1. TORONTO, March 27. The stage Is all for the firtt game of the Allan cup finals tween University of Toronto and Falcons of Both teams express optimism and are confi- dent of victory. Falcons have a slight advantage over 'Varsity.' They are fresh and thslr physical endurance has not been' tested for some weeks. 'Varsity, on the other hand, played two strenuous games last week and are natur- ally not in as good 'condition. 'They'have been taking things easy- since''Wednesday and are confldenfof victory. have a fast forward line, and writers are of the opinion that their great speed win prove top much for 'Varsity. order has been issued by. tbo Italian Slate Railways imposing a 100 per cent, supertax on ordinary rates for foreign goods, entering Italy. PARIS, March cables, some- belonging to tbe Commercial Cable company, passing through Ire- land, tiavo been cut, according to In- formation received hero. IMPOUNDED IN EAST POUND One _light mare, biac stockings, Wick mane aiyl ta branded One dark bay white 6 face, left hind fetlock while, 110 vis- ible brand. JOSEPH CILLE9PIE, Chief ot Police. It WM uring, which was even worse. She remembered what did. for chapped and put on HIAUHt CHAM olalum It healed trio poor lip gently very next day it waa Veil When "her" Joe come on Sundcy. It iota a friend in netd MentKoUtum licad cold it to 'tVe to frte brcttttuig. U foii- DRAYING Of Afl Kindt WesternTransferCo, Limiteti f-, FrelfM tur Itabtn.......... MM WAR VETERAN 'WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO PteueNttify W.LOWE Pkow 1693 Tractor Cylinders Reground We Gpeclallze in. regrinding .gas tractor cylinders and fitting .oversize pistons and rings. We. have In stock at present oversize pistons tor all popular makes of gas tractors. Cylinders Reground N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Ave. S. Phono 1732 SEATTLE WILL E Will Be At Full Strength For Crucial Again Soft SEATTLE .B R March Hie Ot- tawa and Seatltf hockey teams aro s-eaily for wiint U ounoclcd to prove nintdb of the 1920 series for1 pOKKMBion (it ttie Stanley cun and the title of world's Seattle will be at full strength for llio gamo, the mert haviug.comc througli two hard games, without Injurlftf, while tho have osiiaped ilfness. The OtUm ttam escaped Injuries In the ice bat- tles, but BmaUbenl, vMio has been first sub. iJurlng the ceries, baiftpntllltli anil will not be' in the Ifnp-uji.' 'Bruce a chance to per- form tonlglit. .iAs in ih6 gmncs already played, the teams will battle on a wotci'-coveretl Ice surface, thermometer being lower today but not sufficiently to In- anro good ice, and an Ottawa has proved to be superior tinder MI two orciftlong, total (atn certain lilt their -.'aToriles will clcch koimrs tmlfkt. of the Sealtls club, baa betn praying for hard but bas apparently given up hope lint hi! team will aolcli a victory in the The Fountain Head of Quality is the right place to satisfy desire. Ft are made with that object always in view. Don't be misled into buying inferior and poorly constructed clothes. Look for the Label on what you purchase and so obtain satisfaction. The makers are proud to put their names on what they a sure Fashion-Craft Clothes are sold by 300 liigh class merchants throughout Canada. LOUIS KEEL LETHBRIDGE Additional Classified Ads. (Continued froni Page Three) WAITED TO RENT (When Replying Mention The Herntd) WANTED roomed cottage cm the south side. Phono 1057. WANTED TO KENT -By responsible couple, no children, by April 1st. a nicely furnished house, south, side; references. Phone ItS'l. AXTElf TO "roouied iouso, fairly close In, permanent and responsible tenant; possession soon as possible. Phono 355. _ LOST AND FOUND (Tvlien Keslyjns Mtntlcm The HeraCJ) heifer, branded on left shou' dcr. Owner may have Some b paying eipensca. S. Hasruick. Conrad. Alia. List Your BRANDS! It will be a mutual .advantage to owners o! brands if they were to place same, before all farmers and ranchers so that stray stock could ha recognized and returned, promptly. A few dollars a mouth-will carry them hi tbe Dally and Weekly Herald. BRAND REGISTER On right shoulder ot mare, Kblte on face with colt; also one bay gelding, some w on fate, all branded on right tbish. for iti- :ormation leading to recovery. H. C. Townsend, Foremost, J20.00 KKVVAKD for recovery black mare, weight whit- strip down face, branded ou Icl thigh, small rupture; one ba. gelding.' bald face, tw, hind feet, branded .on Ihiglvas cut on left, and also branded on right shoulder as cut on ;rlgbt, forctop cut ______ weight one black gelding. ed R H on left shoulder, reached mane lost fall, two white hind feoi, snip' on noso, nud star on forehead, weight Hold and advise Box 113 Herald. gold wHst watch IrTvtcii? ity of 13th Street and Clb Avenue S. on Friday evening. Reward if re- turned to AIIss hang, 1511 Gth Avenue South. leather bag beUvcen right shoulder of borita. Lloyd Dcvlne ft Nilssoa. On left (lilgh of horees, and on left hip of ca'.tlo. O. T. Lathrop. Telepbona 1865 Right rlbi cattle. of Lcthbrldgo Hotel and Coaltiale tet- Tabcr, Allc. Name of Ray Burgo on papers en- closed. Finder pica so phone II. A. SuBgitt, Rural 612. To my place, east of Lethbrldge, a few head of cat- tip. Owners may have same by prov- ing property and paying all charges. Apply Palmer and 1'arrlsh, Coaldale. Aliu'. 0 STKAVED-To my plate, six miles east yf Lelhbrldge, one white fncod two-year-old heifer; no visible brand. Owner %cah have same by paying ox- penses to F. Foster, Plione RS16: C Left thouUor. Hlglt shoulder. Right thigh of horses. Peterson. 1216 Phone J2J4. 5th Ave. A. On left sldo ot cattlo. eon Reward. J. E. Bullock, Bor On right sboaldcr ol 15 miles itewaru given. 11. O. Hollag, Wren. On right hip o! cattle. Howard: John Uanuen, my farm, 1C; inllos northeast of Warner, bay mare, weight about branded on left shoulder. reward ____ for return, or notify F. It. Relzlarl, 730 17th St. S. mare, ,4 years old. right nigh urpnd very poor; hind ect, while strip on face; wire cut on oft front foot; liay gelding, 5 years ild, two whito hind feet, white no'.-a. jink left eye; bay inaro, 4 years ulj. white face, left front foot wire II branded as cut on right on ight thigh; ?5 per head re- varcl for information leading o recovery. Fred Pease, Milk Kiver, nn right abouliier. T. A. Casement, Carmangay. Al- borta. On left tbigh. the premises of Olaf lageh, Enchant, Alia., section 31-13- 0, west 4lh. one black saddle pony elding, weight about DOti Ibn., white pot on also on .nose, one white, fetlock, on left hind foot, lame n front foot; no visible Branrt. Also ne brown gelding about 4 years old, irnniled on left hip, white strip in, white fetlock on .hind eet. Aboyc mentioned horses' came this place about October 1910. Albert Lobselger, Iron Springs, Al- On left thigh "Wia. Miles, Bnrong, Alia. Left thigh of horsoE. Ilight jaw horses. iO.GO per boad reward. Isotity Oscar Alia. f Cattle brand on right ribs.1 Weir, Alia. NOTICE TO OEOKGJ5 HOWARD MANAKAR: TAKE NOTICE tbat Robert Rogers, Kseculor of the Last Will and Testa- ment of George IlUjsors. 'deceived, hag commenced an action against you in ho Supreme Court of Alberta, Judicial Bisirlct Cf Lethbrldge, for the Vum pf and Interest on Ihe sum of from the 20tK day o[ Jan- uary, 1920. at. the of 7 per cent, per. annum until payirfent and'fore- closure and for sale of those certain lands described-as-lats-Six (5) and Seven (7) in Ulock Twenty (20) Plan of "Lcthbridgo 4353S" under Agree- ment of Sale niadc between said Rob- ert Rogers, as Vendor, and you '3, Purchaser, doted Hie 31st day 1918. If you wish to file a Defence ..oroiii, you may do so before the 17th day of April, 1920. JOIINSTONU ItlTCHIE, Lolubrlilgo, Plainlllt's Solicitors. Approved: (Sgd.) J. A. Jackson, Local Judge ot Supreme Court. Ail R Left thigh of horses. On right Uiigh ol horses. On left shoulder ,of Uorscs. Gordon, Iron Springs, Alia. S5-2S On left sbonlder. il, Magrath, Alia, :-i NOTICE To whom it may concern, 'please tafcc notice tbr.t I, Joe Long, of Darons, Alberto, have this day pur- chased the restaurant and confection- ery business ol Jim and Loo Set. of Barons, which is opfiraU-d under the name of Spokane Cafe, and tbat I have taken over the lease of the prop-' crty nnd tliat I intend to take pos- session on April 1020. Any Creditors having any claims against tbe nbovc-mcntloned Jim I.oo find I.oo Ret. are herebt notified to advise me of samo nn or bcforo April 1920, (Signed) JOE 1.0XG, Ilarons, March 20th, 1920. -Ad S MAIL CONTRACT SBALEU TENfiKns, addressed to the- Postmaster (Jencrnl, will bo re- ceived at Ottawa until noon, on Krl- (lay. tho 1th May, I MO, for Ibe con-' veyanco of His Majesty's Mails, on a proposed contract for four years, four times per week on the roiUo between Lethbrldgn anil Turin via Picture ISutte anil Iron Springs, from Ihe Postmaster- General's pleasure, Printed notices containing further, infui m.Ukiii as to conditions o! pro- posed Contract may be Keen and blank forms of Tender may. bo obtain- j ed nt tbo Post Officcs'ot LethbrliiKC. Turin, Picture Kutte and Iron and at tho office of the Post Qdlcoi Inspector. Post Office Inspector's Office, Cal- gary, March 26th, 1920. D. A. Aii H Post Omcc Inspector. Send ft Dominion Express Money Order, rive dollars three ccuta. TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE SEALED'TENDERS recXv- cil by Ihe Hoard of.Trustees of Wren tham Consolidated School District No, Wren'bam, Alborla, at tbo oll.ce of (he Secretary-Treasurer, up to ;ioon April 9tii, 1020, for the erection of-n tlirce-rnom brick and frame school building. I'ltiua nnd fiieciflcntions may bo seen nt the' nbnre-mcntl'ancrl' rffilra anil mny bo from Jcf- fers, A.A.A., Registered Architect, IM- on payment of a deposit, of v.-bicli will bo returned on re cclpt.n.f n bona Mde tender with plini nrtrl Sfiecillcations, A mnrkcd chcqua for five per cent, of tender shall accompany same. Tbe lowest or any tender will no; necessarily be accepted. K. C. TllVXlLOAN. Secretary-TrcJElir.ei. March 18th, 1020, AJ'U ;