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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUHDAY. MAY TKK PAGE I I f inrp IS GET Baseball Fans Arc Chafing ut Delay Caused By "Kaudion-Wiil Pifch'f or Brooks. pained at the or; ask them for.ffeei book- let [''Why Stan pfTixlay is or write 'Tyrrell's Hygien- ic Institute, 163 College SL. Toronto. Advertisement of Washington, showing the way to the base stealer with nine. -Ty Cobh yet full recovered his batting eye. In 21 game the Detroit star has made only hits for on ayerage ot .243. Otbe leading Klnney, Philadelphia, .381; Weave Chicago, .366; Pelsch, Chlcagq. .302 Speaker, Cleveland, .342; Hendri Boston, .341; Cerher, St. Louis, .338; Gedeon, SI. :louis, .337; Slsler, St. Louis, .333. Outfielder Nicholls. of .Plllshurg, has' the lead among the National batters. He is hitting .455 for 12 games, with Roger Hornsbyi'of Rt; Louis, close up with ,414, Pne point In front "ot Lo Hourvcaii, of Philadel- phia. The averages include players who have participated in 10 or more gomes. V Max Flack, Chicago's lead-off man, Is the. leading run-getter. Ho has scored times has been on base an members him have not been able: :'to' deliver necessary hit' to put him across the plate with anything like consistency. of .Philadelphia, and Hob- Canadian removal of prisoners from'Kdmontpn to Winnipeg recently, iwlng to .the reported Intention to close the Saskatchewan penjtentiary will bo the basis ot a question, lu the houso on Monday by W. H. -While, Vic- toria, Alberta.' He wants to know the tctal number of prisoners .In'tbe Sas- katchewan Institution on 'January 3 last, 'as compared with the number In the 'Manitoba' penitentiary, and also the number of officials employed In each institution and the cpst'of main- tenance for the fiscal year.'; ALL SAME' LETHBRIDGE. CHICAGO, May number of master barbers of Chicago rais- ed the" price of halrcuU'frpnl 50 cents 'Jo 75 cents, that the wage advance recently'grant- ed to employees made th'e In- crease necessary. The-S'Barbers1 Union refused to sanction the'In- crease, i.- FINE "DECORATION TO Y MONTREAL UNIVERSITY May donation of to tho University of Mont real' has been made by the tioard .0 directors the Bank of SHORT NOTICE OF AUCTION SALE Monday Next, May 17th ON THE PREMISES, 1272 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH COMMENCING AT TWO O'CLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL, THE USEFUL FURNITURE And eKuciff including: MASSIVB'OAK SpHBOARD, wilh largo hovelled mirror; oak extending 'DINING' TABLES; mission oak SEPRBTA1RB; soitd oak hall stand; oval occasional table; 3-plece parlor set; oak footstool UipesUy covered; sanitaryloung'o; baso roclcer; S kitchen, chairs; LINOLBUM. carpet sriuarfti and car- petting; HANOH with hot water tank in excellent shapo; kitchen (nblo; mahogany finished dresser; OAK.DRBSSBKS AND STANDS; beds, springs mattresses, botli sinirlo and double sizw; tool cheet and TOOLS; gent's UICYCLB; washing machine; wringer; wash tubs; pictures; dishes and many stnnllor items. TERMS CASH PHONES "WADDINGTON SELLS WITHOUT RESERVE" The Wonder Flour HAVE YOU TRIED IT? ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT. ASK AN OGILVIE COOK BOOK-FREE OCJLVIFS ROWIHOHSEHOID 4 ,'ONE'SCOTCHMAN WILLING TO PAY FOR COME-BACK May Scotch golf enthusiast who was polito to inako a facMo-facS protest against another play-'' er's objectionable manners, hut. too aggrieved to remain silent, recently inserted tbis'adver- tlscmerit.-'iif tho "agony col- umns" .'of several London news-' papers: :''V "Would the individual, 'Ibp handicap of eighteen and1, thp large Voice, who h'aclvs his way around a certain suburban course, reflect that his golfing adventures do not interest other members to the estofit ho would LIFT, OFF CORNS IT DOESN'T HURT Get rid of every corn and callus ;for few cenla Drop a llttlo Kreezono on nn no corn, inslantly that rorn slop hurting, Ihcn ynn lift, it bnl. doesn't ono ML Yes, Wliy wait? Your druggist tiny nf Prenono for a fe sufficient. In rlil your feel ovcry Jiard corn, soft t-urn, or ror between tho tons, and ffillnsps, nut sore-ness or Irritation. la Iho much talkcil of dhor discovery of a ost of Inspector-General at Mi- litia Headquarters May Be Done Away With. OTTAWA, May Canadian by I.icut.-Oen. ir Arthur Gurrle of the princlpabhlp McGill Uuivcrsily, will, without oubt, entail bis resignation from tho ost ol Inspector-general at toliltla eauquarters. It is not hnoirn yet hether Gen. Currie has submitted s resignation. Hon. Hugh Meter of militia, out of town aad unnecessarily, "was practically tho only charge, of unfavorable results from tbe many alleged sins of omis- sion and coLQrnitsiou" that officer hscl ascribed tp the department, Secretary Daniels today told the senate naval Investigating committee. It was fully refuted, tie added, bj: the admiral's own testimony. There "was never a time, tbe secre- tary said, when tonnage was not avail- able to carry troops and supplies to as fast as they could ie land- ed and transported to the front. Allocation of ships to tha Untied States by tbe allies always; was the dominant dared. factor, Mr. dc- SLEEPING IN HOX CAR, W. J. HEATH IS .SUDDENLY KILLED RBGI.X'A, Sask.. May J. Heath, a fanner Summer- berry, was kilted almost Inslantly in a freight car on a sidetrack locatisl Temperance Workers and the Farmers Do Not Want to Waif Until October. ot tlle Ill probably. not return until Mon- ay, and Currio has not yet re- atout Uits morning. -Ho rned tp the capital from Montreal. !u, lhP it Is practically impossible to as- ertain definitely how tho situation lands. The resignation ot Sir tArtliur Cur- e from the inspector-generalship ill, it is considered likely, result in e abolition of that poft, and the j-establlEhrucnt ot