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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX CIIE tCTHBHIDGE .DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus ROLLING FACTOR Come and Examine Our Raje Jewels It is ilia-sirs a Joy to us to ihow our now jewels. Wo find pleasure in Itoursclvee. IfKpleases usto show them, U -will please you lo seo them. H will pkaw you lu buy tlirun; U will plcaao you or your luvtxj ones.to wear them. It -will vtease us to Mil ttora: yel. we never urge anyone who visits our store to buy.' Comp In. U'c make "quality" light; (hen tbo price right. Armstrong and RaworlL Bros. The Largest Jewelry Storo in the Clly. fcsuert? or Marriage JJcenses No Witnesses C. P. R. Meets Miners At Adams on Second Football Game of This; Season Scheduled for Tonight Good Game. TREMAINE BEATS PAL MOORE 5 19_Ciir Kotarians lo Visit Hat i on 24th Mulholland Will Face Many oi His Old Pals in Exhibition Came in His Home Town. CLEVELAND, 0. May i Treiaatue, of Claveland. won iho paper dcclplou over Pal Moore, Memphis, ia a K'- i round bout here iasi iiisiit. The mon i weighed under US pounds at 3 o'clock I yesterday. Another sot ot fow-T tp; commenc-o the I9i'0 scassa lonijbi at Adams 1'arh. TUc Miuera ami C.P.R. arc scheduled lo play their first game. Tbts gumo was fuliedul- hem, according to present arrangements, S. D.-inkull. W; Ilidpath, W Mulhoiland. C. Sang. G. Morrison, Jl. Forss-the, W. Lawn Bowl's Annual On Thursday This Season Expected to Surpass All in Cen- tral School. Lawn bowlers nro planning (or a. bigger and better season this sum-i rner. This sport has received a gener- ous support in past years and the real boosters are out again this spring to increase the influence of this game In Lethbrtdsre. The club lias always been blest with good greens [or a number of years aud this prime factor goes a long way toward adding tbe enjoyment of the same. Good sportsmanship has prevailed among the members during seasons aud this year tlio old- timers and the recent converts to (he game hope to able to.attract many new enthusiasts to the greens. The- annual meeting was called for Score: R. H. E. jMonday night but was postponed uu- New York I a o j til Thursday night U will bo held in Boston............10 Cinclunati Brooklyn ......10 Piltsburg .........10 Chicago..........10 Won. Losl. Pet. rhlladelphia- St. Louis New York S a 9 11 10 10 12 .657, .C3G .520 M6 .476 .474 .-U4 .333 when they defeated New York, 9 to 4. Kralick, J. Hose, C. Tamber snd Smiib. A. Braves In Leading Place Braves Bunch Kits; Win ST. LOWS, Moy defeat- ed St. Louis, S to the opening game of the series here today by hunching hits in tho first inning. J. H. Fieetwood's. otfice in Central school. FRENCH LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMP BOXES TONIGHT JERSEY N.J., May 12 Georges Panin, the French light- iveight boxing cnamplon, will niako. his H B I nrst rlliE appearance- in the United c 0 States here tonight in a 12-round bout with Levr Tendlen nf FhilEdelpiiK. Giiiingbarn and O'Neill; j Tho. American pugilist is about 10 Sberdell and demons. pears younger than his.opponent. (Other Barnes postponed, rain.l Score: Boston St. Louis n. 3 Get Enough Wash Ties JP you like to have a variety of ties on your tie rack here's good news; lies. There is such a variety of patterns 'ucre. that you can easily pick out a bunch of them. H won't cost much ottior. They'll wear and launder nice- ly over and over again. From 60c up BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner American Western Canada Won. Pet. Soccer Game in Pass Town Won By Homo Team By 2-0 Score. Cleveland..........15 Boston.............15 6 (Chicago..........11 s n n j Washington.......10 H New York.........10 11 Philadelphia....... 7 12 Delroit........... 5 IS Saskatoon 5, Moose Jaw 6. Edmontou-Reglna, postponed, wet postponed, well water until early next week, it was announced at tho shipyard. It was slated that alterations had taken more Cleveland and Boston (o Baltic for First Position This Week Review. NEW YORK, 'May races time than anticipated. ,but that (jhallcnger would be ready for a prc It-rtnn Our Own Corrrsoonrlftntl BELLEVUE Alia., Hay ll.-The j work.oul football game between the M_v Sound thej'or 'cadership of the two major n Island It. C. M. P. of Macleod and the Belle- vue team was played on Saturday eve- jiins. The Kamo was a fast one from start to finish. U was a illtle one- sided, ILe visitors being handicapped somewhat on Ihe slranga ground which BASEBALL GAMBLING LEADS TO ASSAULT SAX FRAN-CISCO, May com- (luile different from the one they plaint charging Roy liurlhurt with game asaulling him "with intent to do great goals bodily harm." was tworn onl They i day by William II. McCarthy; prcsl- are used to. consequenlly tho v.-as all Bcilevue. The only scored came in the first half. were both scored by TJcllcvuo. The i dent of tho Pao.itic Coast baseball rerond half was scoreless. Piny was'league, follov.-ing differences between kept at the Mscleod goal all the time] llurlhurt and liinncl: over alleged and the good work ot Corporal Fritz! gambling on haseuall games. Snrcc of the Maclood team saved Ihem' from a bigger healing. Tho game ended 2-0 in favor of Ucllevue. Bob l.pavitt handled the same- in a very aulc matiner. The return game will be played in Maclcod in Ihe near future. Four persons attended a public meelins in IFailcybury lo elect a I'ublic school trustee. Three of those present were trustees, and the fourth a member of the town council. To dispose of a large stock of LIGHT WEIGHT SUITINGS during trie remainder of tlie week. They will fairly make you tingle with joy at the com- fort and durability given. The prices cannot be bcai.cn. V.licii vim have read this rid., maybe you havo tho notion lo inspect my fuii Mm; of inf-n's A visit to this store will be to our mutual advantage. PHONE 1160 THE QUALITY STORE 315 FIFTH ST. LETHBRIDCE Ruth Swatting 'em Now NEW YORK, May tie spectacular batting ot Babe Ruth, who, iu four times up, made two home runs, a triple, and drew a base on balls, New York defeated Chicago, C to 5. Score: Chicago Kcw York liaseball leagues marked the lenniDa- Hon. yeslcrday of the first sectional scries. This week tic eastern teams of the Xntlonal league will play In the west, while tbe American league west- ern clubs will come eaeL Tho onward rush of tbe Boston Na- tionals, combined with ttie setbacks received by Cincinnati, Brooklyn and Philadelphia, the early pace-setters, put the Bravos In first place. The Chicago Americans also 'fell back and Cleveland, which ousted tho White Soi from first place, will engage Bos- "on this week in a four-game series, with the honored position at The Red Sox led the league for a few slagcd n iiatUng i days. day and defcaled In the Xntional league, Boslon. fol- Score: lowed up Its record-breaKlng Delrott........ game of the previous week with a 19- Washington inning victory o.ver Hrooklyn last Monday and a ll-inning success over Philadelphia Wednesday. Got Sixth Straight. Tho Hraves won Iheir sislh straight game yesterday. Cincinnati fielded poorly and in three contests was un- able to score. The Itcds lost a. game to I'iltsliurg, two out o: three with Chicago, but won Die odd game yes- terday with St. Louis. Brooklyn, which engaged in five ex- tra-inning games in tho last seven contexts, including yesterday's over- time victory over Philadelphia, play- ed a total of fiS innings In nil the ganu-s. Chicago captured the deciding con- test yesterday of a five-game series with Pittsburg. Chicago and York ttich had ils firsl ivlnning week of fho season. St. Louis' Record. In The American league, Cleveland was defeated Monday oy Detroii. which liad 18 utr.iizi.il sinco tile start of the season. The in- illana lost to tho Tigers ngiiin Tues-, day. lint took foil'- out of five from j ir.duding yesterday's f marked Covelesklc's i straight vlclnry. The Hilton Americanfl broke CVHI h.-t losing two out nf throe lo Sow York, and reversing ;he result I'liltoilv-lphla. Washington ('limbed tlio lo'iguo liiddor. I'hlliidclplila and N'r'.w York. St- Ixuils omasstid a lo- j of SO nils, n wenkly recor.l. hut was only Ihrce times in Eftv-fn gnmcs. The Drowns took tl.c ruljlii-r giimo from Detroit. R, H. 5 G H .36S .'J3S Wilkinson, Kcrr and Schalk; id Hannah. [Hudson Bay Governor Will At- Kinney Invincible PHILADELPHIA. May gave seven uaEcs on balls today, but held SI. Louis lo three hlls, and Phila- delphia defeated St. Louie, S to 0. Score: n. H. E 1 St. 0.3 0 Philadelphia........... 3 7 oi Sotheron. liurwell and Soveroid' Kinney and Perkins. Detroit Beats Senators tend Forma! Reccpilon on Tuesday Night CALGAHY, May is In readines-3 for the. historic pageant which is to tnko place on Wednesday afternoon. Sir Robert M. Kinderaley, accompanied Kinderaley and their son and daughter, will arrive in Calgary on Monday evening by May II ctal lralnf at slagcd n balling rally in tho ninth Telcomo to Calgary by J. M. Olb- Washington 5 to Eon' of the store here, and R V v'iEome tne chiet buyers, the big re- 'copllon wln not bo hcw until Tuesday 10 n asnington............ 3 7 2! Doland. Allen, Oldham, Glassier and Atnsmllh; Schacht and Gharrlly Cleveland at Huston, rain. i morning at 10 a. m. In tho Palliscr lio- Tbis evening, on the arrival of the Chase, one of the buyers of the local store, will present to dy Kindorslcy, on behalf of the em- ployes, a magnificent bouquet of flow- ers which has been subscribed to by jail the store employees. This little I ceremony will take place in Ihe hole] a, tt- rotunda immediately upon Iho arrival (Uooff.dal Standing, Including Won- of the train. International (lay's Rain Is Partial to Irrigation Area Staff at the Bank. opportunity to deny that be ever ac- cused Mr. Shlmek or his profession ol any such thing, even by Implication As to Mr. Shimelt's hints flint tho local and "doesn't know whal he Is talking That' Is a matter of opinion. Tho relative Intelligence of Mr. Shlmek and the local scriba 15 best known by those1 Who ara acnuaihled Per-' 1iapsLH Is that tho local scribe is not rosponEibX; for the liead lines that appear at the heads of tlio Coaldale correspondence. That matter Is attended lo foy the ex- pert Journalists on tho Horald staff. Club Ruffalo Toronto........... 10 Akron............ 9 llaltlmore......... 11 Heading.......... 7 .Ic-sioy City........ 0 Rochester fj Hyracuso 4 Won. Lor.t. Pet. .cos .625 .600 .575 .SSi 6 6 S S 10 21 .160 Syraotisio 5, Toronto 12. (All other (inmes rain.) A ecu Kansas Clly 0. Louisville 1. St. I'aul 2, Columbus 3. Minneapolis G. Toledo 9. Indianapolis-Milwaukee, Pacific Coast Oakland S, Salt Lake 9, Vernon 1, Sacramento 4. (Only two games nchodulcd.) I Sir Robert will he 'Govornor Brett, Sir Augustus Nnnlon, IMward r'ilzgerald, 0. n. E.. 11. K. Ilurbridge, Ctipt. O'Kelly, J. Call and Louis K. Wilson. At the recepllon on Tuesday morning thero will be present m.iny ot the leading men of the city. Mayor Marshall will come the party in tho nnmo of tho city, and others expected to bo pres- ent will be Aid. iMcCmiurey, Aid. Freeao. Bell, Col. Sanders, Ed- mund Taylor and E. U Richardson. Pageant Wednesday, Tlio pageant will start oi> Wcdncs- day attornoon sharp nt 3 p. in. and it is anticipated that the parudo will cover a dUlnncc of nearly Ihrcc miles, I The military display will be one ot I the groat features, and in addition I to this the colors of iho biiltnllmis ihal went ovoracaB will lie. paraded their attendant fxiior gitards. i Kiiortlng moil of Iho city am making a strong lurnmrt, suid floats he- i Ing completed which will show every I lino of tport known and indulged in bolh now and In tho early days. Live- flock is anollifir fcaturri of thn M- rnde, and m.iny oi tho hest animals hi Hr.inifcml will nifiml will Kpond Vi'JO.f'Ou imj London hiilliilui! KjrmHs issued to iinprovcaieota, UiU I Ur year to fFrom Our Own COALDALB, Slay yet moro rain. '.Coaldale holds the South- ern Alberta iuud record wo firmly be- :h Jlr. and Mrs. Lynn of Iho colony, a son. Williams of the school staff has boon indisposed for a fow days but is now oil duty again. Mrs, Geo. Knmsay (ncc Miss Hunt) Is now in charge oE grades 4 and 5 In tho school. Her well known teach- ing ability makes her very-welcome on Ibe school slatf. Baseball Is coming along ftno. Prc Eon! prospccls point to about four! teams. This Is excellent and should develop some good players. P. Knapp Is improving the grounds of his residence by planting trees and shrubs. Hero'a hoping that hfs example .will bo widely (allowed In the village. We havo an entirely new staff at tho bank, and since this is the busiest time of the yenr for that institution the. change does not expedite business trntiEKcllons. However a lltllc time and patience- will soon disentangle matters. Mr. J. B. Slilmek !s digging a cellar south or the old school wllh the Icnllon of moving his present house loj tho new sile. I Mr. H. A. Suggill is away on a bus! ness trip to the Slates. Mr. Pugh has charge of his ofilco during his ab- sence. Next Sunday, May ICth, -Miss Bent- rice llrlgdcn will he in Coaldale. At II a.m. she wlH arldress-the Icon agt girls In the Pathfinders' class room. At S p.m. sho will address a public meeting. There will bo an orchestra to lead Iho singing. This Is an op- portunity that should not lie missed. Under present Conditions if a farmer aays he Is Justified In seeding OH Sun- day, In our opinion ho is talking sense. Mothers' services were well at- tendml on Sunday and thu progran: presented was very creditable to nil taking part Those who worked EC; hard In Ihe preparation work deserve tho tiinnk.i Iho community. Mr. N. wns In Coaldale yester- day from ncros.i tho l.atio How. He reports condilir.tiH for Keeling to be Ideal In (hat section of Iho country. The writer, of flits coHnnn has been nnich amused In reading Iho letter