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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AITK SIX THE LSTIItMinGE DAIL'rf HERALD. MONDAY, MAY 10, 1920 BRINGING UP .FATHER By G. McManus IX CO J If j TO IL.----- p VM OUT I r" Tu WE'RE HELPING TO SOLVE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING If you really want to pay less, come to the BUTCHETER11 405 Fifth Street South Btlter Mtats for Money SOCCER SEASON OPENS TONIGHT Rotarians May Have 2nd Team Meeting of (he Senior City Base- ball League Tonight Will Be ;in ImporUmt Onl. -j COLUMBUS CLUB PRACTICE Fans and players are all set for the official opening of the 1920 soccer season this evening at Ad- ams park, when the Fragments of France, winners of the 1919 lea- gue, will meet the North Leth- bridge United crew in the first game af the season. The opening wilt be Informal, the usual kick-off by an official being dispensed with. The game will be played at Ad- mis park owing to the fact that the pitch at Eckstorm park fs not yet in condition. Game is called at 6.50. With the lid officially pried off today, football is away to a good start for what is expected to be the best in the history of Lethbridge. It Is a long time since Lethbridge had six teams in the city league, and (n addition.to this feature there is added inter- est because of the better provin- cial organization this year which will make Inter-city competition keener. Look Good. Tonight's meeting of the senior lea ic in llic y.JI.C.A. e r, 7 !l n 11 n is I'd. .700 .6C7J .fill .52li .SO i) .35.! International Kofhcster 7, llc-idlng HaUituorc 1. Duffalo 10, Jersey City a. Thi! catcher figures, thai tho crowd ho will fo-co umpire to cast tho dose hii way and avert further cTitkJPJii. rsuallj- liic1 catcher Is on hi-s way tn tho Czecho- KlovakK and .Ingo-Slnrs have arranged for athletic games nt Pryeii" the coming summer, patterned alter tlit Olympics. Kivc nations, Includ- ing Kninea and tho Unlteil Sluics. arc In hive went enlrlefi. A huge grandstand nt Trognc IK under con-1 structlrn. i is, 1 HAVE A SMALL STOCK OF OLD STYLE HUPMOE1LE PARTS Several Good In Usid Cars General Rcpsirinu All Work Ouarantf.d MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4th Avf. and 3rd St. 3, PHONE H30 ;