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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TUK i-st FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER >y G. McManus ruevb I V.AJ-4T XO TAiil-C COPS' i---------------------' AU A i sL 4'-s 1 I -U-3 K -i S EAT- I THREC i cr .1 KE >T, NOT THP C- X Y" Everything ;Your. Heart Desires in Jewelry carry everything la (ho Jewelry. line from a baby-pin to a family clock or a set sil- verware. And when you buy your Jowelry things from us you ob- tain tho best. We carry no other kind.. We make "quality" right; then Ibo prico right. ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. Jarflest Jewelry Stors In City UJO im. novu X5i y lssuers of Marriage Licenses 11T1 'M7 No Witnesses Required Caledonians -3 St. Georges Meeting at Armstrong Ball Schedule CALLIES BLANK ST. GEORGES; GAME SLOW Three (o Nothing Was llesult j Crowd Turned Out Intyre. an old hand at goal work. He lo See Old-Time Teams "'fast one at the corner of CHANGE IN SENIOR LEAGUE SCHEDULE U has been found necessary to change tbe date for tbo game between tho Miners and Bank- ens now scheJuled for July 7. This date cuufllcts the. football schedule. The gamo will be played ou July S. ff -i- v the goal, but allowed tbe ball lo roll lor First Time This between his Ho whirled around, field is they consider tliey have r. Playing Good. Conditions lo rusflcd hjui and kicked the of his hands fur the tbinl ball out i count. a game featured by poor playing the Csllies last uteht look away the laurels at Adains Park by a. score of Allan Played Good Allan, (or tlio Caliies played a good tliree to Dothicj; frqm tbo St; Georges. game. Ho. stuck to his position I Allau received an accident lo his good Mrong. combination Uiere. Huff, of the is a former BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. Intermediates Start Play Texas league player tiiul Oliirilck is well known in the district as a play- er from Tho last name has enjoyed a good rim in baseball and Boston National League Won. Lost. Pet. Huff is of unknown quality but expected to prove u good man. The this was the third came of the and owing to that did Miners have been practicing lard son and was the first win as_liarU as lio ii.igbt other this spring and should be in good tlje other two games being draws. Playing conditions were (he best o.' 1hc week and the crowd was tho largest. .Fooltall tans were confident that last Bight's exhibit was going to be best of the opening week but many disappointed. The St. Georges players undoubtedly will Improve as iho season progresses, but last uigiit they were off their form. Good luck for them kept the score down consid- erably. During the first half they played lianl and had two chances ati tho Callics' goal but failed to register. I Injho second half Uiey were j PinVc, McFarlano and Campbell scored for tbe Gillies, All three goals we're gained hi the second half, whea practically all 'the play was' in tha St; Georges' territory. Althbucli the failles need more practice they put up. somo good combination work that wise have tone. Holberlou, for the shape to commence the seasou with St. Georges played bard but was not up to his usual form. One of Uie chief errors on tho part of the St. Georges players was kicking wbcro the ball was not. Following are tho players: Callies Douglas Eastern; Batcman Pink Weeden Thompson McFarlane "Wilson Campbell Mcllvena Copo TVesttey mocks Lush i. CoHer Breeze -V.'allis- -.Holber.toa. Firt'u: Parsons Xosbiit Mclutyre buucli of wine. liouclicr plays' with tho Columbus Club this seasou. According to re- port he is as fast as lightning and will make himself known when tlie Cincinnati Pitt s burg Brooklyn Chicago..... Philadelphia St. Louis New York 6 9 9 10 11 11 11 12 Three. Teams Will .-Compose league, Miners, Bankers and' Each Team Will Have Seven Games Season Ends August 21. .5001 .450 Si George EETHBRIDGE WILL GET GOOD BASEBALL Klllifer. average for the season are compiled.! der won bis sixth straight gamo of the Burns is a dark horse. Ho recently! season today when 'Chicago defeated" arrived from Edmonton. Gbrrill is a Brooklyn 2 to 1 pitcher who has performed in Leth-' I bridge and district many times. Old' Brcoklvii timers claim that when he- is working Chicago right he has a delivery that, is hard to beat. 'Kid Glllesple, of Calgary, it is eipccted will make his head- quarters in Lelhbridge and will be quite an acquisition to the Columbus Club. Dark Horit, j The RoUiriahs-have-a'number of players, of whom very little is known. On their pitching staff they have JIul- hollacd, of Medicine. Hat, who burned things up around that town last year, Ht-' leading His team 'to11 the''cli'amfi6'nship position. They are pinning a consid- erable amount of -faith to- this com- paratively young iiitcter. man concerning whom H.liwer is practically nothing is known. He recently took up bis residence in :Lethbridge. com- 1 ing from Seattle. .'Morrison Is the son I of the manager qt.the Letnbndgc (.earn in 1907 and It is claimed1 that if he Is Anything like his father be will be Lttiuridge-'s Intermediate baseball aSue; started on May 25, [ggj I four days afler Uio seniors commence. 560 schedule for the league was an- nounced last njght and gives 'm 5e.ven The last same will PlaVed on August' 24. 3S9 T'10 scriior officials arc look- 368! aflcr tl10 business for tho Inter- mediate league Ibis year and in draw- ing up the schedule endeavored to give the intermediates a square deal. H was thought advisable to get the senior league over first to make way for out of town games and (is f-.iotlistll I has an equal share of the grounds tha was compelled to prolong 1 9 -j tlie intermediate season so that they 2 6 3; (intermediates) would have sufficient .Pfeiffer Alexander and'number of games. Alexander Wins Sixth Straight CHICAGO, May Alexan- Exceptionally Fine Neckwear Thero Is almost as much pleasure. ;n selecting these tics as there is In w-siring thorn. Seldom have so many wonderful colorings been shown all In one bunch. You will find yourself picking oat more than you cxpectdd, Ihey'ro so sooJ, That's not soripus though, we're selling Uie-rn. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The HOMO of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner St Louis ST. LOUIS, broke Boston's bv v'mfoe ihe gaiiij, to .Score: Boston St. Louis Three teams will play. They are the Kotarlaus, Hankers and Miners.} The Hankers have some strong rlay- streak In. VV. If. Biggs, (hey to 1'ave a player that could "Wall fit intu 1 it. H. E. 3 13 3i: 9 1 Oeschger, Jones and O'Neill, Gbwdy; llalnes and Clemens. Bcnlon Shuts Out: Champs ;CIXCIXMATI, May )3.-r-Eentou was Elrong with runners 'on bases today a, senior team. Tho players for'ihe Miners can all be considered as dark horses as well-as many on tbe Hot- arinn team. Following are the players: Bankers W. H. Bigss, V. li. Cope. L. Storey, A. C. Hagell, P.. H. Nicholls, S. Bis- A. Hasulak, li. McCambly, W. A. Brown, R. AV. Stone, A. Rofai'ians Form Question sfcveral players that in other AF of i rr seasons have acquitted themselves League Other Teams cram and i5 co.rcc, Have Some Well-Known and [they have others in sight that will Plavprc AT-iv i .uinert, Burns for Xew York; was a feature. n-'H- E.-. C 10 Of.Yahpsick, 51. Lticlmnaky, -A. Wylio, p. 074 Pinchak. .Score: Xew York Cincinnati and days to get In some practice and keen competition is promised during tho' summer. is tuo song tliat many lovers of Uie sport arc anx- ious lo hear a good attend- ance tonight will assure that this ctul) will get off to what promises to he one of the most successful seasons Season Promises IVUc Best in''n History of the Oldest'Club in i Invitation Issued to" AH Lovers of (he M. Suada, S. Suada. J. Smaa, if. i Seaman, T. Barda, J. Kostcllnk, J. W. K Tho meeting 6'f the Lethliridge Trap Shooting club called for last night in offices of the .Graham Motor com- in the front -rank of the high; aver- age men. Kollowins are the learns and ROTARIANS materially strengthen their lineup. C. Jackson, C. Sanj. J. Roa, G. Jlor- The. Rotarinns. the juvenile team orjnion, W. MulhoHand. W. I-'orsythe, W Prove Strong Contenders for tho league, is still of practically un-l'Riilpatli. I mains to be seen and many fans K. P. Maclean. T. Bure lo get this opinion. All the con- are not above calling them jG. Thomas. C. Williams and Marian. L. tracts for the senior teams have (inr" norsc: llle placed in tho hands of the secretary Bankers1 Pitchers league. Rome splendid materia'l! vor pitchers the Bankers turn out Ibis summer. That is One sura thing. Just which learn will be the est is bard lo say. The- Hankers will trot out a strong line of pitchers stone, Hendricks. Irwin and Thrall. MINERS O. K. Huff, J. Seaman. G. Chinick. .T. 'f WE HAVE A SMALL STOCK OF OLD STYLE HUPMOBILE PARTS Several Good Buys En Used Cars Oencral Repairing' All Work, Guaranteed MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4th Tive.iand 3rd SU 3, PHONE! 1130 WILDE WINS BV KAYO I'HII.ADK.M'llIA, May Jlrnmy Wilde, llrillsli flywclfsht Champion, knocked out Murray of Philadelphia In tho round of a scheduled ciEht round bout here to- nUht. Oakland 3. Salt Lake 6. Portland las Angeles 1. (Seattle 0, San Francisco 3. Vcrnon 7, Sacramento 3. Western Canada Aug. Adams Park. va Bankers at T A I L O R 410 FIFTH STREET Right To That Is what you'll say about our goii supplies because they aro scientifically made, trued and balanced by ilia very best makers on specifications of the world's best nrofessIonaU. All tho highest grade clubs belli wood and Iron and the liveliest and most durable makes ot-golf halls ore shown here. Oolf np- parel and bags, too. Alberta Saddlery Co. 306 FIFTH STREET Haykaloon Moose Jaw 14. RfRlna 'j, iCdmontOTi 4. Winnipeg 2-2, Calgary 09. BANKERS PRACTICE TONIGHT Thn two [Jankers teams, senior and Intermediate, will practice tonight On the Duff addition grounds. v PITTSnURO, May Meadows, pllchcr for Ibo Philadel- phia National league baseball club and [ho only major Icaguo.player wlin tpoctadcs, was injured here yesterday when his glasses were shattered fcy a foul ball during bat- ting practice. Attending safil Ihnl 'while pieces of flying glass had cut Meadows face, it rtid not penetrate the eyeball, Tho Occident nrobably will keep Meadows out of Iho game lor two weeks, (lie doctors said RETREADING .Oct your nist tiro rotrcaclcd by us. arc expert tire We Arc Also Exports In Sec- tional Work, Broken cte. We are hero to give service. Spe- ciol service to ordirs. Express paid one way. Lcth- brlcige's Leading Rctreadcrc. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHCNi ISS4 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. ;