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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta HE T.ETJffimnGE DAILY.HERALD. WEDNESDAY, 1920 Regina Seeks Exhibition Game Here The following letter has been ceived by the Sporting Editor of The Herald: Dear Sir: The baiebafl club will be throujh your city on April 27 or 28 and would llfce to drop off and play an exhibition vldlng we can come to terms. Ad- vise me at once or as soon at poMlblt. I have a few dates left and want to (III them. WILLIAM SPEAS. Canadian Hockey In Belgium I RL'TK HITTING AGAIN I The news Mnl "I'-ibi1" itn'.h has Ifiiven eviiU'iii-e his Utrrtnue'v lost .I'ntling lulem will i bring restful dumber to tunny a dis- turbed baseball follower. ilr. liuth. following his purchase ior was ii for some inexplicable reason, lo lilt Iho hall, it was Ihis very hit-j tine the hall ior which Mr. Ruth was j purchased, until tbe other day lie made a miserable showing at hat in spring practice. j The Melting i The olobe. .Toronto, published i following on March -t" Having tuning tye i.s a wonder- !u'iful ihing, but Imrlng u batting eyo I i that refuses TO function Is even faction wiiti the manner of j worse ihan being hand'oapped with! ibe hocXey to repn1 astigmatism from hinh. Mr. ituth was worried, and mos'. basiitall fans were worried, and i'- is presumed Ihat the investor woo Caiiida at the Olympic games being expressed everywhere. As iia; already' Men pointed out the of ihoAllan Cup. under Ihe arrange- inenis by Ihe Canadian AIM- jteu.- Hockey Association Allan 'Cup (rustles, are not necessarily i.ic i beat team In Canada. This country ousbt la be repri- uui all thosa thousands in Mr. Ruth's purchase was worried. Bui comes tha information ihui Mr. llulh has Ml one of Ihc longest drives of his career. ITS was il actual Two of Falcons Going to Iceland TORONTO, March ickson, the star player of Ihe W'n- nipeg Picons, and O. StreurKont- Bon, the trainer of the team, will not return to Canada after the Olympic series at Antwerp, ao- cording to their present Intentions. propose to locate in Iceland after the series is over, fioth men are Icelanders by desceui. Fredertcison is going in for avia-. lion in his new homeland. He was a member of that branch of the sen-ice in great war. Tho Manitoba government has -ranted U.OM to the players. Sec- retary Hewitt of ihe Ontario Hockey Association, will chap- erone the tourists. Mr. Hovdtt ha? announced that ie will turn over the entire amount to thci players. ..With ihe donated by tho city of Win- nipeg, the players will bo well provided with pocket money. seuted ihe hest H affords. A Jtuli- measurements, scions selection of stars from the vari Details disagree somewhat, but lous ot Ihe Provincial and other! Ihis main faci is emphasised-Iluih i asoodalions. given tluie to perfect ,is hitiiiiR 'em again! Ithc.tesni play which, is sometimes! 1 lacXInx on all-star aggregations.' prohibitive rentals threaten to pre- would be Infinitely bollc-r and more a who'esale esodus of bouse- truly representative of Canadian hn- fmm Detroit. lier'tban the Allan Cup holder.--. IB 'not to be expected that the nine i-------------------------------- best players in all Canada aro lo be' found on one teyni. The United States will he vepre- 1 seated by an nil-star team composed 'of players irom Boston, Plttshurg, Cleveland, St. J'aol and elsuwhen1. As a matter of fact, the stars of the I'nit- _ States team are. Canadians. A, meeting between the United Status j i mid Canada in the Olympic hockey I nrena will be u game between two i i Canadian teums. that represeniius I'ncle Sam being lo all intents ani 1 purposes sn all-star Canadian icatn. The players wearing the Stars Sinn Stripes were players of known key ability before affiliating them- selves with the several United States Nt lias been said that in the event nt tho Allan Cup winners of this sea- son being unable to go to Belgium, Ihe runners-un will he sent to wear tho Canadian emblem. There is no expectation thai University of -Tor- onto will greally oulclass the Falcons of Winnipeg in the finals, but, aside from any question of strength as be- iween these finalists, what a pretty obtain if Falcons were Westminster school yesterday afternoon won. the premier hon- ors of the schools In basketball by a score of 23 to 9. The played hard on bolh sides but the Fleetwood'team was outclassed. 2 srouiiu round table discussion at the annual meeting of the lethbrldgc and District Football Association last The cnitter of good ground! Is one of Importance '.and ceiving the serious consideration of the soccer It was brought up'and several tuggest- lont were made. Some want the city to prepare grounds at Park. They readied ihat this could not be done thJi year In time for uca but many thought the city could do much preliminary work. Whether or not ill games should be played on the north tide wr.s a subject that n'-'mlscd, for a few minutes to become lively with the soccer players. However, It was left with the executive to decide thlt. It was pointed out tha'. larger nates have been re- ceived at the north side. some were pf the opinion that the baseball grounds should still be used. The C.P.R. and Miners are the dark horses so far M the soccer world of Lethbrldge. They are the new teams In the league and according to reports have succeed- ed In obtaining mW-- claei players. These teams applied for >nembershlp In the association lait night. M Inert have challenged the Bankers to a baseball game on Good Friday. A meeting has been called for April 7tfi, at 8 p.m. in tbe Y.M.O.A, Additional Classified Ads. (Continued from Pago Three) LOST AND FOUND ii ISeiilyins Montlon The lleroUl srTfAY EbTixTSi Y" T iHfc heifer, branded ou let! sl.iu dor. Owner may liavo same lj paying expenses. S. Uasmicki Conrad. Alia. List Your S3 BRANDS! Tlie Fort Kays normal Sihooi. Kan- sas, is In the grip of what profes- sors dcscribo a Student whoso principal occupation Is throw- ins protestors Into the lake on college canipue. From ii northeast of Wari'.er, bay mare. weigh! about 1.250, branded led shoulder. reward for return, or notify P. It. 730 Hth St. S. _ __ One" black gelding, hind white, while star on forehead, brand- ed on right thigh. Howard for Information leading lo recov- ery. A. Johusou, KIpp. Alia. __ ._" __ _ f'2-C To my place, six Miles cast of Lethbridge, one white faced heifer; no visible brand. Owner can' havo same by paying ex- penses to F, FoJlar, Phone R316. of one lafij bald-faced horse, in KOOil comlilloii. branded B62 on right blp. 19.00 re ward 'Cor.. iiifonnntion leading to re- cpvery of samp. 'Apply Joe llealy, corner 7 th Ave. and 21st St. S. 92-6 mess would _.. The biggest piece of news in tbe Wly beaten and University of Tor- 1 e Et cr.ln were unable to go'to the Olym- Nothing1 has been heard from training camp of the Yankees at Jack- onto sonville last week was thai Frank piod. had about decided to return to Nothing'lias bee iaieball. 'Following the .death of his several European wife, Baker-' more detennin- have entered the than ever f.o quit, but the effect hM heen the opposite. The third base- man is so depressed over his loss that the 11 be a mutual advantage to of brands. If they were to' place ssine before all farmers and ranchers so stray stock could recognized and returned promptly. A few dollars a month vrlll ctrrv In the Dally and Weekly Herald. BRAND REGISTER On right taooldv of On right ihouldtr of 'Llojd Cevlne I Nilison. RS11. Oa loit Ihlgh nt hcrxs. and on lefl hip ot O. T. Latarop. Telephona 1885 countries Olympic hockey set him tournrment, but we may rest assured that they will send their hest he they club representatives or com- positc septettes. In any event the winners tif the Allan Cup have been nrnmlsed the trip and should LflNGIKAODEBTBFUN II is bad enough to have to attend a ball or a wedding wearing a long sweeping train, it you happen to be 'of the sex that wears 'em. But can you imagine trying to put through a smashing fore-hand drive or shoot- ing a basket while wearing -a long sweeping- train? That's what the girls In Smith Col- wero up against hack in the of ihe etrly '90s. For when the lege girls of 1891 jdayed basketball, base- ball or tennis, they did it In the dignified long trains which made them look up lo the minute ia style, hut jays them something to worry about when the excitement of Ihc game was on. Jlrs. Herbert Abbott of the Boston Normal Schonl of Oymnaslic correct- ed til that. True, she slasod the first gamo of women's basketball with the help ot the trains. But, she soon forced nn abbreviation of the cos- tume. awl introduced Ihc bloomers which are so popular in the women's athletics today. If she hadn't seen the psychological necessity for freer pliys- ica! and mental movement, the game vould either be ranked wllh nuoits, croquet, tag and hide-and go-seek in this generation ot athletic girls or it would been plaj-ii) to the tune of soft music, garnished with tea aiul Mrs. Moore went up lo weeks of training. She found a well- equipped gymnasium, several hundred giggling girls who did a few unin- teresting eiercises and then went down town for some candy and soda. There was no attempt to make tha gymnasium a place to obtain real athletic development. So she introduced baftethall. the kind men played. Mrs. Abbolt modi- sugary biec In 1893 Northampton, Mass., vrilh a well-ma- tured plan. She was going lo start Smith college on its way to .tic prowess hy giving tho college two (passed tied .Ihe rules, of course, because, il she hadn't, the well-dressed young women who persisted In wearing the j trains would have been unable lo' score any haskets ai all. They would have-been loo much inleresled In un- wrapping themselves from Iheir op- ponents' clotheSi. There were 10 players on cauh s'.de, four of whom did all the wort. The first real modification was lo make Ihc circles and squares now used on girls; haskethall courts and give everyone a Job. Then she found the girls' had a loving habit of clinging to each other, which wasn't progres- sive nor oven good athletics. So she i dropped some rule or other, In- troduced there you havei It. Of course, women's basketball has hecn modified and extended since.] but the game as finally played be-1 Iween Smith classes was Ihe "mother I of it all-" At Northampton now 500 or GOO girls play basketball. As many play tennis. As many play baseball. j The days of trie- long trains nro Billy Evans, umpire in the Ameri- can league, was fanning about some of the funny plays he has seen dur- ing a recent visit to New York. "I have BCCII "ir.any funny Ihlngs happen on tho ball Held." said Evans. "I once saw an American leagno out- fielder lose a fly hall In tho sun, have ball sfriXe him squarely on the top of the and then have iha centre fielder, who wns also in pur- sntl of the hit. complete the catch. The hoi score gave tho outfielder who had used lib head an on tha play, I', was extremely funny to. all concerned, the athlete who lost the ball In the sun. "I once saw a mnjor league playnr hit for a homo run, only to learn upon reaching the hi'noh fhrt In1 hail r ttrprl himself midway between first ani] second, thereby pulling a co botlo. Tinrre was a riinnor on first when he made his drive over Ihe right fielder'? hr-ad. "The riiurcr on first was n reirult. Hn believed the fielder would insko Urn catch and played it safe by going midway between tlrst and The bntsm.'m who hit Ihe hall deciil- il thore v.-af no chance lor the MA-, r lo .make a play. lie literally ran wild and passed Ihp runner originally j on first iiiititsny between that, base I and soconrt. j 'Of course the moment ho paKpc'l the precedtiig runm-r ho was onl. Ily had hiMhu cleanest hlnrl a hnine I run. yot In the records hn received j credit for only a single." j The Pirates (raining at Ilrii Sjirinss are enjoying the sensation (if being j e'litertalnnd find looked afler by llu1 j only woman ground keeper in base- hall. She Mrs. 0. H. Wilhelml. whose hualKiml Is Ihe ground keeper, at InS other ball park in Hot Springs, :iseil by Ilie Boston- Tied Sox. ShR is j said lo be. -an eincrl and has nor park ill fine shape1, according tn Pitts- I burg players, bossing a gang of negro grass manicnriflH like a man or. the Job. SIGNALLING BY RADIO "Successful tcslH of railway ling by :j nf-w system baser! on niilio telegraphy wore cnrrietl out in France, FOR YOUMG MEN AMD MEM WHO STAY YOUNG MADE'IN CANADA and workmanship are of major importance. All-wool fabric will keep you warm and the pattern may be pleasing, but converting the. fabric into a garment that has better style, fit and finish is crafts- manship above the ordinary and identifies Society Brand. WTH THE VARIED GRADES OF CLOTHING FLOODING THE MARKET, LOOK FOR THE LABEL AS YOUR GUIDE BOCirTY BRAND Clttffi AtfRFO DFCKEP. i COIIN', Montreal New York Chicago McKelvie THE "2" M'S McG uite Largesl Distributors of Men's Weiir in SoutheM Alberta Aiicnls for Jat-gtr Pure Wool, Cluetl rls and Collars, Geo, A, Staler Slices KIRKHAM BLOCK LETHBRIDGE I head of horses, on left thigh as en! tm right, ouo branded _ on right thigh as cut on one ear cropped. J10.00 re- er hoail. Clarence Mchaughlln, Alta. four miles west of Spring Coulee, one hay mare, about eight years old. weight about 1.2JO pounds, short tall, old wire cut i on led front foot, no visible brand. Owner pleuse claim same. n. D. Tail. Spring Coulee. Alia. bay mare, four years; one sorrel gelding, eight years; One dark hay, no while on it, about pounds, last seen in Wrenlhnm, Alta.; branded, on right shoul- der. J25.00 reward per head. r-.. Notify F. ii. Henderson, llarnwell.' Alta.__________________ mare. 4 old. right. thigh brand .very poor; two white himl feet, whileVrip on teo; wire cut on' leit front toot; hay .gelding, 5 years oliL two wliile hind feel, white, nose, pink left eye; liny mare. 4 years old, white face, left from foot wire cut: all braiidctl as cut on right on right thigh; S7' puv head re- waul fur information leading to recoverv. 1-Yed Tease, Milk Kiver, Alberta. D. TetorEon. 121C fto Are. A. south. Phone 1274. Oh right shoulder o! liewaru given. II. O. Hollas, Wren- thara, Alia 2'i On loft thigh. Albert I.nbseisor, Iron .Springs, Al- berta. On le.'t thigh of Win Rnronr, Alia. j J20.00 jiBWARf) for recovery j black raare, weight l.GtKi, dov.-ii tace, branded 3r' thigh, small runtitrc; one hn> Gelding, b.-.hl lace, two feel, branded on i.higli ;-.s cut oil left, ani ded on right shoulder i also as cnt on fight, iorctop cut i weight 1.4MT, one black gelding, i cil R H on left shoulder, reached i mane last fall, two white hind feet, I snip on nose, and slur on forehead. I weight 1.400. Hold and advise Box. US Herald. Lefl thigh of horses. itight jaw of horses. 5111.00 per head reward. Notify Oscar Strand. Wrcnlhaiu, Alta. 2ij Cjltle brand on right ribs. Weir, Maeinnsin. Alia. Heiora You Buy. Sen Our NEW AND OVERHAULED BICYCLES You cnn save money buying from us.- We meet all catalogue prices. THE UNION 945 Ninth Street South (Duff) Left (high of- jfel On riglit thigh oi horses. On left shoulder of horses. Alta. SO-2U On left shoulder. Ackroyd, Magrath. WE MAKE IRON BRASS CASTINGS AUD S OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND KEEP IN i TENDERS WANTED r For cleaning oft weeds, dcmlib tli.-r-- ing. into wlioat, about 50 ncr-j EM'oimil ileiidoraon Fark. Hotiiry rare of 3.. C. llass. TENDERS Kor removal of tons of coni from mine to railway, distance of mile. Federal Coals, Lethbridge, Al- i herla. MASTER GEARS INTERMEDIATE, GEARS BULL PINIONS GRATES OVERSIZE PISTONS PISTON RINGS STUBS CANNON BEARINGS COUNTER SHAFT GS CKANK DISCS WRIST PINS 2 AND 4 ARM CLUTCHES And othe'r repairs for tho Case, Kcevr-s, Ituniley and popular makes of Steam Gasoline Trnctori. We have (he best fncllilics for slralghlcning and truiiing (Shafts, Ho- noring Cylinders, .ind doing oili- er machine work. Ii" "HORSES IMPOUNDED IX POUND dark grey marc, four years old; two dark grey goidings. three years old; one mare, about two yi-.irs oul. (Signed) JOSEPH CiiiJ.KSPIK. Chic-f Constable. The Letiibridge Iron Works Co. PHONE 522 LIMITED. Tractor Cylinders Reground Wo snecbllze In regrlmling gas tractor cylinders and fitting oversize pistons nnd rincs. have in Block at present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas Iractors. Aulo Cylinders Reground N1VEN BROS. 216 1st Avc. S. Phone 1732 CHICAGO MUNICIPAL CLERKS ON STRIKE CHKUGO. Marcli of- Her- Riniilo.vf-cs nn this morning for hiuhnr wagos following tho ruction hy Itir city council of a rnvfsc'i tnulRCt frtrrylnR for incrC'.isfT-. city garbage colltitjnrri filso went mil, cmtl it is salt! of thr muni- crljif! i.i threat cited. 1 rtfJ'K'Urm nt t.Uf! of Hit; pro- I jec-iort salary ivn at tlio M'oncliision of cm ail nlylil of Please Noilly W. LOWE Phone 1603 IRUififDtNUD. ;