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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGtf SIX I JiTIIBHlUtai DAILY 11EKALU BRINGING UP FATHER By G._McManu9 1 HOPE I KIN REND TWb I OY BUTCHM 405 Fifth Street South Better Meats for Leu Monty SPECIALS FOH FRIDAY Kidneys, 2. Ibs.; for.. 35c Choice Beef, pet 22c Haddie Fillets, 2 jbs. for............ 55c Baddies, 2 Ibs. for. 45c GOLFERS MEET TONIGHT v A meeting of the Golf Club executive will be .held tonight at S tfclock in father's office. Su'pl. Poune- Shield is Out Question; Coniiaught is Only Thing Now Calgary Correspondent Thinks President Blackburne Has His Wires Would Have to Go to D.F.A. Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League (Continued Front Pago) first Grime of Season at Goal City is Lost By the Homesters Cineiunntt n Philadelphia....... 9 Brooklyn- 9 Pitlsburg............ s Boston 6 Chicago Won. hQ5t.-PcL St Jxjuls St. Louis New York', 0 -7 C C 5 10 9 9 11 .647 .563 .529 .571 1545 ..412 .400 .100 Dodgers Beat Giants NEW de- feated New York here today, 4 to 3. havo'struck he- Sd1 dealings with Watson.' was on a lint .money basis." .688 .4C7 -.500 .500 .333 .125 therefore not taken in, Watson -was. the-' Red Sox Win in 13th BOSTON, May sacrifice fly with the basts.full in the'lSth en- ntid Boston of the ablei1 MeNallyto scoze, 'his A suit that is tailored by Thaell's tailors suit the most-fastidious. Still hand tailored by expert men tailors. Made from the finest of imported woollens. Thaell's tailored garments look well for all time. Free] gives you real value in suits which becomes more ap- parent the longer you wear them.. 'Hats, Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Boots and Everything for men at PHONE 11M THE QUALITY STORE 315 FIFTH OT. 9., LETHBRIDGE Western Canada li. H. K. 3 3 1 Boston 4 11 1 Kinney and Perkins; Pennock and Wallers, Schang. An Awful Slaughter DETROIT, May hits and .strength of his acquaintance Coulter, made use of tho firm's office' for a short time till he was deliberate- ly fold by Mr. Hobbs out, and removed to the Beverldge Block, 7th Avenue and 1st Street East. Briefly; he considered Watson a. and the lalt'er was given no alterna- tive in leaving. Watson Bought'Lease Tho firm, was handling the Albion Oil lease, and disposed of forty acres in.tho famous Turner valley to Wat- son, who made a considerable pay- ment on the lease, but never complet- ed payment. ,It was considered good I LABOR MISSION'S DEPARTURE TO RUSSIA IS DELAYED OTTAWA, May of.tbc labor mission to Kuasia'has .been de- layed pending the sallsfa: tory arrangements bet'iTce'ri thV'inte.-" national labor office government. Canadian-, labor' will-foe represenled on the mission by Arthur -the trades congress. Th'o 'purpose of-the .mission will to make a ''irst haid sunev oi the condition of "the workers under the regime._____________________ 410 FIFTrJ1 STREET Advices from Toulon announced Uie arrest of three labor leaders there It i charged that the strikers are in- tiffiiJ-'' g families of non-striV era pirltcutarlr at Tours. The communication issued by the labor, in.which I was irtcot governmejit leaders' to rtiscusS nationalization ot tho roads' remain unanswered. It is pointed out that a bill be in- troduced in' the chamber of deputies which provides for the reorganization nddltion, the goverhment.has another project in this introduc- tion when tho chamber meets on'May 17 property, however, and Watson went so far as'lo bring in a. drilling rie from California, tint never got to! Tho London and Port Stanley Hall- way Co; have1'purchased two acres-of gravel from St. Thomas for f825 an Winnipeg 4; Saskatoon 2. Moose Jaw 1; Rcglna 6. Kdmonton S; Calgary S. International Reading 4; Toronto 5. Rochester Syracuse 1. Buffalo S; Baltimore 2. Jersey City.4; Akron 7. an error ancT a base.on balls gave St. work drilling.' lie believed lack of Louis eight runs In tho fourth inning j capital had hindered Watson, or drill- of today's gamo with Dalrolt. ing would have been commenced, Score: If. H. would hardly.have brought St Louis..............32 1C 0 Detroit................yi 8 S Saundera, Bnrnwell and' 'Severoid; Ehmke, Ayers, Alien, Glasier and American Assn. Milwaukee a; St. Paul 6. Kansas City S; Minneapolis Only two games scheduled. iff 't 0. p, R. FOOTBALL PRACTICE TONIGHT All members of tho C. P. R. football team are" requested to be at the C. r. H. freight sheds at 7 o'clock tonight for a'prac- tice game. ,N'ow that tho fcnson opor.s in.a {off clays, U Is Important lhal every man should do bis inmost to get Inlo the best condition pos- sible. Alnsmith. Poar Support of WASHINGTON, May support behind Johnson cost AVashlng- ton tho opening game with New York today, 7 to 1. Score: 11. H, K-. New York 1- 11 0 Washington 1, C 2 Mays and Ilucl- Johnson and Pl- cinlch. Ceveleskie Sixth Straight CHICAGO. May won his sIxUi straight game today when Cleveland defeated Chicago, 3 to 2. Score: R. H. E. Cleveland...............3'G 1 Chicago............... 2 3 Covelcskie and O'Neill; r'nlicr and Schalk. i Pacific Coast Portland 7. Seattle 4. Sacramento 9, Salt Ijako 6. Angblts 7, San Francisco 5. OaklanJ G, Vcrnon 3. "Pussyfoot the U. S. prohlbttldjr Wider, prcdlcls Kng- land will prohlbilWn ft If In ten the drill In otherwise. Anyway, he hart no use for Watson. picture- right to a dot, and it was the 'same man. Treated His "Wife" 0. K. In regard to Watson'3 treatment of hia wife, ,wno also acted on occasion ,13 his stenographer, everything ap- peared to be as it should be. .In Ihls matter, ts In all other dealings with .mfn or women, Watson 'appeared lo be a man of. engaging manner and of course, aft he was rnuning a game..of bluff ns IFobbs felt sure, .ho 'could hardly do otherwise. Walton Appeared Nervous Mr. Hobbs staled (hat there vas one outstanding'thing about Watson, that ho often wondereJ at. and this was one of Ihe causes of his dislike. Walson was of n most nervous, rest- less manner, such as would give" ono the impression that :he was obsessed by the Idea that someone was follow- ing him, and that he was afraid of something lurning up at any moment of which he was afraid. D. W. Coulter, who van in partner- ship with Mr. Ilobbs, is now believed In the state of New York, and left .Taber lust summer. Coulter was formerly In the real Ofltale business here and hltorly Interested in sheep farming. Hi: irt well known In Tnbcr. Iwvlng lived hero for several 'arid having been at one time sccre Iqry.of the Liberal committee here, WE HAVE 'A SMALL STOCK -OF OLD STYLE HUPMOB1LE PARTS Several.Good Buys In -Used Cars General Repairing All'Work Guaranteed MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4th Ave. and 3rd St. S. PHONE 1130 SAFE! (Here's the safe place for biiy ybiir base- ball equipment because we hand- le ouly the most reliable olid dnr- r.ble variety. Uats, balls, masks, protectors, gUncs are of makes'used.and on iloraed'by tho big -'league jflsy-