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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Old Country Football Scores LONDON, 'May ptaycd to- day resulted as follows: First Divlilon Arsenal 3, Oradi'ord 0. Bhwkbum Hovers t, Shetfiold U. 0. Bolton Wanderers 2, Mkldlesbro 1. Bradford C. 3, Burnlelsb 1. Derby O. 1, Newcastle U. 0. Everkm 0. Preston N. K. 1. May 29 so that the players can compete In the English champloneblp tournament be- ginning June 21, the United States Tennis Association announces. The fourth member of the Ain'erican team1 has not been selected, tut Trill F. Johnson of Phila- delphia; Charles S. Garland ot Pitts- burg, or Tllchard Harte of B iftoso or 'Richard Harte ot Boston. I The'.choice will be rondo after the have finished their matches 1 at the West Side. Tennis Club, begin- j ning -May 23. NEW YORK, May Olympic trapshcollng team which will repre- sent the United States will sail from Boston Wednesday, June 23, direct to Liverpool. The sailing 'date ill give team ample time to prac- ice for tbe British championships, -whldh the Americans will compete before proceeding to Antwerp for the Olympic contests. TREMA1NE KAYOES MASON TOLEDO. Tremalne of Cleveland, knocked out Frankle Ma- son of Fort Wayne. Ind., in (he first round of their scheduled bout here last 'nlghl. Mason was FALCONS PRESENTED WITH DIPLOMAS AT ANTWERP ANTWERP. May Falcons ol Winnipeg, winners of the Olympic hockey championship, were presented with, diplomas and commemorative medallions Thursday night at the close tbe first series of events In the ieventh Olympiad. The ceremony consisted In the pre- sentation of diplomas to point win- ners and of nieuailions commemora. live of the, Olympic games to all com- petkora iu the hockey and skating contests. The Olympic gold, silver and bronze" uedals are to be present- ed when completed through the" var- ious national embassies. CARPENTIER FOR TORONTO: MEETS BELGIAN CHAMP knocked down three times before tak- ing tha final count. Tremalne weigh- ed 116 pounds and Mason 111. TORONTO, 5lay is an- nounced (hat definite arrange- ments were made yesterday (or the appearance of Georges Car- pentier, the European heavy- weight champion, at the Arena here on the niglit o! May S, lo box tour rounds with Jules Lanaers, Belgian champion, under the auspices of, Anny and Kavy Veterans. o BLUE RIBBON TEA No doubt there are other good teas, but for strength, richness and real quality, Blue Ribbon stands alone. Tomorrow Alright I; wlgm Get a 25' Box 3. 0. HIGINBO'THAM CO., LTD., LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. brand' oT.srreed. that The blow that finished Kearns came like a boit from blue. Willard had been stalling' ami. grinning for six or seven r rounds Kearns slammed one'tibine ba the ribs that sounded like tho -beat 6C a In- stantly the grin on AVallard's fees' gave place to a scowl. He tightened every. muscle. in Ms giant body and sprang. lAs he came in 'WiJlaVd drove his right straight to the jaw. The blow lifted Kearns in the air and he almost tamed a complete somersault, landing on his neck and shoulders on he opposite side ot the ring. Kline's Great Left PaUy 'Kline, the Newark. feather- landed hardest left-.dcliv- ered 4iy a little rnan he 'put Joe Foster to Bleep in a bout that ilace in u Bowery club several years go. Win'e's Irit his totter hand. He could hit barter m-itliSit right, although he ei- I PENNSYLVANIA RELAY. CARNIVAL GETS GOOD.START PHILADELPHIA, April skies and a fast track favored the opening of. tbo annual two-day relay I carnival o[ the University of Pennsyl- on 'FiankllE Field today. Tho appearance of athletes from Oxford and Cambridge, along with Carruthers or Tprbnto University, added especial international significance to the mtot. The British atblates wero op- timlttlc this morning regarding their chances in tho distance relay, which is tho premier event aud carries the American collegiate championship. The.. English representatives have never run before the rail on their left.'' Captain Rudd ol Oxford, ex- pressed the opinion that this would incvcsso their speed by at least.ono second each halt mile. Coster was a'teat, clover- little {el- Ofjr and iie the better of t on points TrterThe grew reckleS's and was drawn into a mlxup. Kline et fly, hi 8 lelt boot it landed squarely on the angle the Jaw. was knocked so cold that' fee ell Hat on his. face without breaking he fall in any way, and the contact the oaixvas ,almost broke his nose. It was .several before1, seconds could iTfistore him to. life. As 'soon as he camo to ba began to swing his thinking that he was still miring it up with Mine, who had oug since left the ring. Another Good Blow The upward swinging left with whicli Al -McCoy knocked out George Chip nnd -won the middleweight TENDLER TO MEET FRENCH CHAMPION NEW YORK, May Fa jitn, lightweight bnxlng champion ot France, and Low Tendler. ot Phlla delphla, will meet In a 12-roimd bmv at Jersey City, May 12, It Is announce; Icre. 1 f UP'TO TRADITION Tho succession of Frank Friscli to Heliilo Zimmerman's old poat at third for the Qlants Is in lino with a tradition (ho .New York lineup since tho I passing of Arthur Dovlln near- ly (en years ago. Since thnt (imo tho far corner hag been fiuarded almost continuously by citizens with Teutonic names. i Artie Shnfer played thero tor a while. Ho nnd Cliarlto Herzog did most of tho work unlll when Stock was developed Into a. regular third baseman by Jicdraw. Hans Lobert handled tho Job in 1915, Bdttfo Grant, i who auballtuted during those yoara, and McKechnlc, who started tho following year, were tho only exceptions to i tho rule. tMcKechnie was traded ia Cincinnati in tho summer ot 1916 in tho deal -which relura- ed Herzog to Iho Olanls. Kim- raerman was obtained from i Chicago and replaced Iho cantoloupe raiser h.eforo iho Giants atartcil their famous i run ol twenty-six victories. Tho Kronx Idol covered tha ground at and near third bass over since that season, until ho -wished tho job onto young 1'rlsch last year. When You Cannot Sleep What can be more distressing than sleepless nights? ._ Morning finds you tired, depressed jn spirits and perhaps ill-tempered.'-'. Sleep is .nature's of restoring the nervous energy wasted by the activities of the'day.' i. Without sleep you are spending nervous energy without replacing it. Your vitality is running lower-and 1 the tired feelings, the headaches, the failure of the digestive system and the general depression and discouragement; 7 The question ip' how the supply_of_nervous energy in the body and the problem is solved by the.use.of Nerve Food. __1 Perhaps the best way for .you to satisfy yourself on this by reading these letters from value of this food cure uncier such conditions. Gnt Mrs. S.Topliffc, 64 Union St., kiDgsfoii, Onl. writes: "A few months ago, I suffering from nervousness, lieada'ches, aleep- Idssness, and a general run down condition. visiting iny. was usinff Dr. Chase's Nerve she persuaded me to try It, saying she was sure it would help me. I ser.ured a box, took it, and continued the treat-J merit until 1 found myself gfeatly benefited, and able .to sleep qutte well. From the benefit iT have derived, V would recommend it to anyone suffering from 'nervous debility and niri down -system." "I hsvc used sonic of Dr'. Ointment, ynd (ind it a very good oinlnienl lo keftp in tht Kempt, N.3. B. Dowlitig, Kempt, N.S. 4 "My Evateru wai "all run down, I was weak and very nervous. for nights at a time I could neither sleep nor rest, and finally had to give up work. 1 read in a newspaper of a cure made by Dr. Chasers Nerve Food In a case similar to mine, so decidtd lo give Ibis treatment a trial. A few boxes made a great change for tbe better, and ''after using eight boxes 1 can say that I rest well at night, and get a good nighl's I can now, do niv worfc on the farm, and my nerves are much better. F trust-that others, troubled i the same as I wss, may benefit, hy tlm IcUcr." Windsor, Ont jl Airs. John 21 St. E., Windsor, Onl. writes: "I was troubled for a long lime with nervousness and sleeplessness. My lystem becamt run down, too. I never knew what it waslo have a good night's rest for ever so long. I spent a lot of money doctoring, hut never received much benefit from their treatments. One day I bought some of Dr. Chase's Nerve FoodT and aficr using the first bo.t, I found relief, I could sleep better, and did not feel so lircd upon, rising In the morning. I continued using the Nerve Food, however, until 1 had built ray system up again. I am stronger now and feel morejit.e myself." "1 can also say tbat Dr. Chase's. Ointment freed me from a case of piles, from which I had suffered for gome time." i Port Miss Myrtle, Port Hope, O'nt. A ''I became run down" work, was very. rosllejs'and subject to headaches... I could not sleep btcame easily worried and took weak spells. My neryes or used to twitch and I had through my back. Besides this I suffered from indigestion and m'y.appetite Wiis poor. Thcy'doctor told me ray whole system was run ,down and I needed one year of perfect rest and quietness. 1 did .not actupon these orders, but .instead began a treatment, of Chase's Nerve-Food. This medicine has done t'uc woriti of good hy curing these symptoms and tiuildtng up my in general." ysi TLT i Chases JNerve rood To be a nervous bankrupt-is a serious condition. To be sleepless js one of the 'surest; indications that your nervous system needs just such assistance as is best supplied by Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.... You can obtain Dr. .Chase's Nerve Food ftorn all dealers or Edmanson Bates Co., Ltd., Toronto'. Be sure to see 'the portrait and signature of A. W, Chase, on the box you buy._ -V i This Business Directory Shows a List the Men Who Served Overseas Now Established in Business in the City R. SINTON CUSTOM TAILOR Ladies' and Men's Suits to Measure. CLEANING AND PRESSING 3 815 THIRD AVE. S. PHONE 1238 J. N. ANDERSON Contracting Plasterer AS Kinds of Cement Work. Estimates Furnish- PHONE 1483 GEO. P. PORTER AUCTIONEER Farm and City Sales 827 1Hh STREET SOUTH PHONE W. PERKINS WITH MUTTON PERKINS PRACTICAL SHOE MAKERS AND REPAIRS 401 Fifth Street South, 693 T. ROTHWELL ROTHWELL KNOWLDEN (SUCCESSORS TO F. MILES) Fine Shoe Makers and Repairers 511 FOURTH AVEHUE SOUTH, LeTHBRIDQE, AUTA. PHONE 1717 MR.RETURNED MAN ARE YOU A MEMBER OF THE G.W.V. A.? D. Brunton E. J. Hooker HAVE OPENED A First Class Meat Market At 328 Thirteenth Street North PHONE 1698 139 7 ;