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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta VAGK TWELVE -UVltlUUiJliu: DAILY HliUAUJ. TING NEWS Parade on 21 Is [gested May Sug Something Is Wanted to Bright- en Up the Opening Day for the Senior League Rotary Club and Columbus Club Might Do Something. The Melting Pot Bas-ball in LethbrTdge this year Is endeavoring to stage- a come-beck. The prospects now are the bnghttit, Strong teams have txen organized and the wise ones predict a good season. To complete this the support of the public Is needed. It has been proposed by several Interested parties that a celebra- tion be staged on the opening day, May 21. That is one Week from Friday. So far the onty plan sug- gested has been for a parade. This could takt pface Just before the game. ALL GAMES ARE SCHED- ULED TO COMMENCE AT O'CLOCK, WITH A FIFTEEN- MINUTE NO TEAM THEN READY WILL FORFEIT ITS GAME. This is just one of .the import- ant steps the executive of the senior league has taken to ensure the public good baseball this sum- .rner. Returning again to the pa- rade the suggestion was made that the Rotary Club and the Co- lumbus Club, the teams of which wiJI stage the opening game. might do something about a pa- rade, so that it will be brought forcibly before the public that there Is n ball game being pFayed and that the support of every -one is wanted. There has been increased in- terest shown in Lethbridge this spring in regard to baseball. AM members of teams "have been wording hard to get Into shape for the s-asoij. At all executive meetings of the senior league one dominant thought. expressed by the members has been concerning pleasing the public at the ball grounds and giving them a good class of baseball. The Herald will be pleased to receive any suggestions about livening up the city for the open- ing game. The Calgary Bronks will bear clone watching sssson in the Western Canada League. They have defeated Winnipeg and if charges for tho.lessons, because fi9 per cent of Ibose who try it out become so enamourcti with Ihe game dial they Join the club right away. GROCERIES Just a Few More Left Everything Must Be Sold Those Who Come Early Will Get The Bargains Store Open At 9 a. m. 204 ,13th. Street South Opposite Ellison Mills Tomorrow "Brighten Up" Your Home With a Coat of Paint How much finer, prosperous and conse- quential your home will look with a new Spring coat of paint inside and outside. You'll appreciate how seedy it really looks now with its present veneer of soft coal soot, and fhe traces of winter's thaw. IT LOOKS WELL AND PAYS WELL TO PAINT UP And if your neighbor "paints your house will suffer by the contrast. Then, loo, there is an economy consideration as well as one of pride. Your house will .deteriorate less in appearance, in wear and in value if you keep it in good condition from decline by our rain-resisting, sun-fast C.P. Paint, the very best for inside, or out- side use. GENERAL HARDWARE WALLPAPERS PAINTS LINOLEUMS S24 Thirteenth Street North ;