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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE tJTTlintllDGE DAILY HEIULD. SATURDAY, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus rlEUO .-1 r >rt Everything Your Heart Desires tarry evdr.vthlag in tho jewelry line Iroia n baby to ;i family cloi-k or u of sll- vc-nvare. And v.hen you buy your jenclry things- from us you ob- lain tlic best. Wo carry no other kind. Wo reake "quality" right; llivu :ho prleo rsht. ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. Lirgcs'. Jewelry Store In City Issuers of Mart-lag; Licenses No Witnesses Required Len Brown Gives a Cup to Senior League in This City It Will T3c Known as Colonial fTrophy :md Will Go to the -Championship Team Winning 'It Two Years Out of Prizes Expected for .'This Season. Members of the senior baseball league will play, this year for a _.cup. Len S. Brown, manager of the Colonial Theatre has promls- :'ed to donate a cup, which will '.be known as the Colonial Trophy. [It is for competition of the senior teams only and will be owned by the team winning it two out of three years. Up to yesterday organization "work in the league had proceed- ed rapidly and earnestly although -the boys did not have any trophy .to play lor. They had drawn up "'their schedule and had been prac- ticing hard for Jthe love of tho 'game. Now Manager Brown has his reputation as a public spirited citizen of Lethbridge and has donated a cup. Bert Kester has given a one hundred dollar suit of clothes for tlie player making the best bat- NEXT VyEEK'S SPORT ,IN LETHBRIDGE -J v v v ilonday Kooibali XorHi IxMli- United vs. Miueia at Adams Park, 6.aO p.m. Football Fntgiueats vs. CalHes at Adams Park, p.m. St. Georges "CVP.n. at Eckstorm Park, U.iO of sea- son, RotarmaK vs. Columbus Club at Kcksturm Part, 0.30 p.m. CHy Tennis courts will be opened. Tennis Opens Season on May 24 Cily Courts Are IS'ow Ready- Preparing for Ceremony on Holiday. The spring weather is a fine stimu- lant tor tennis enthusiasts. The City courts ara now In shape for games: and a large attendance is expected at the 'courts _ on Saturday afternoon. Preparations are untfer way for a grand opening of tho club on May 24. Oil! members are reminded that Sat- urday is ihc last day on which to ye- BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League Cincinnati Boston...... PiUsburg llrooklyu Chicago...... Philadelphia St. Louis Won. Lost Pet. 15 10 11 11 12. new their membership mid that after yjw that (Into new., applicants will inKted to complete tho membership of tbe cltib. 11 iZ 13 Dr. Gallivan Heads Trap Shooters Thirty-Second Annual Meeting of Local Shooting CJub Heidi Last Year Isj Promised Lovers of Bird Shooting. Plenty o! enthusiasm featured the v thirly-second nnuual meeting of the 58S i Gun club o[ Lethbridijo last .G60 i nlslll; ic oftlees of the Graham Motor Co, Ltd. Dr. M. V. Gallivan was unanimously fe-elcctcd president of TT v 1512- lie is custodian for the Miners But .this year, evidently, .the Ve s year, and has eome good team- are not going to have things all their males, among whom is Seaman, who own way. Su teams will need for tho North Side. North IjCthbridge United has suffered also ninety players, and there are more, Two gates and one of over i ____ ..._...... .'50 Oi.' in the first week Is very gratl-j each hTis "good some j lying to tho L. P. A., especially-when splendid games ;will bo witnessed.) ibc aro busy with their gar- Adams park to hare cjonie into its and no donbt Pomts of the largest of tho season will ho seen there. Commissioner -Meech lias promised 1o do all lie can to help the boys, ami ho tan be relied upon to do his ut- most. Kumor has it that the playing Last year's winuers are without some! of their and there are cot many who think this year's team as good ns i.isi. Nobody will deny that Dunlop. llieir goalie, was one of the best men on their side and saved them several Ho will he badly missed. Fiilc lias put Dunlop out of cd with, for with a little luck they would huvo notched two points. Well, tlic first week 13 over, and tho Ulles aro nt the head or the table. They deserved their win on Thursday, for without a doubt they were the bettor team and played football to the finish. St. George's gave them a good [game till within the minutes, pathizcs with luia. Possibly the ,vhcn lncy Owa5.r ,lle CaiMes' I followed up their pressure and made suro of their points. the gninQ, and every football fan syat- j gnmc'tlll within Have You A 9 Five Dollar Bill r If you would get the utmost value for youv money, a visit to Fred Thaell's store would convince you that no belter values in men's wear can be obtained in the city. SUITS THAT GIVE YOU A SMART, DRESSY APPEARANCE.-SHIRTS, COLLARS, CRAV- ATS, HATS, IN EVERY STYLE AND PRICE. A bill will save you nead worry during the hot-days if you invest in a Panama Hat. We have hats at prices from 50c to Come and Get Acquainted at Fred T PHONE I15U THE QUALITY STORE 315 FIFTH ST. S., LETHBRIDGE Tho table after nil (lie teams havo been in action stands ss foilovrs: Goals Calliea N'. J-ctbhridgo Vets....... C. P. It...... St. George's r. A. pts o a o o o-o 0 i n i 1 u Cleveland Boston..... Chicago Washington New York St. Louis Philadelphia Detroit Won. Pet. Senators Win WASHINGTON-. May ton won a loosely pitched B.-imc from DetroIL 'J to S, today. Score: n. H. E. Detroit................ S 11 0 Washington 3 n 3 Glazier, Oldham.. Danss and F. Smith: Zachary, Erickson, Johnson and Gharrity. All other garac.1 postponed, rain. International naltlmorg 1, Toronto 0. Uuffalo 9. Syracuse 3. Jersey City 7. Hochcstor C. 4-7, Akron 1-1. American Assn. Tor tho International game to he played on the ?4th May, (lie sugges- tion is handed to the football league, that tlio two teams Ije picked by inde-1 pendent committees, Ixst Scotchmen pick the Scotch team, and Englishmen r the English. Whoever heard of an j Kngllsh team heitiK nicked by a com- i mlttco composed partly of Scotchmen? Vet this has been tho case before. It. it cannot be done by the delegates tq; the league, there aro hundreds of cap-! ablo men outside that body. Interest, is already keen over this game and it Is to be hoped tho two bcsl teams will bo chosen. Minneapolis 1, Toledo 0. Kansas City 3, Ixmlsvllle 7. Milwaukee 7. Indianapolis S. St. Paul B, Columbus S. WE HAVE A SMALL STOCK OF OLD STYLE HUPMOBILE PARTS Several Good Buys in Used Cars General Repairing v All Work Guarantftcd MECHANICAL GARAGE Corner 4th Ave. and 3rd St, S. PHONE 1130 SAFE! jHero's tbe saEo place for yott to buy your base- ball equipment because wo hnnil. le only the moat reliable and dur- able variety. Bats, balls, masks, and uniforms aro of makes used anil en- dorsed by Iho blf league play- Organization Made Last Night to Enllitisc Youngsters in Great Cimadiim Senior Team This Summer. Lacrosse enthusiasts this year have banded themselves together to boost the gamo among ths> Intermediates r.nd the juniors. At .1 meeting last night when nn organization was made It wag decided not to have a senior team as tho nearest opposition avail- able Is Calgary. following are the officers: .TatfcEOn, H. Kicct- wood, Dr. Connor. Hon. J. 3. Stcwnrt- D. n.'McNab. First Second Leech. Korator. Management Committee Alex. Scott, Oeo. .Dlxon, Jag, Wallwork. Grounds Van Hunio, W. J. Armstrong. K. V. Maclean. 410 FIFTH aTREET Alberta Saddlery Co. 306 FIFTH STREET Pacific Coast Western Canada RETREADING (Jet your tire retrcader! by us. We are. expert tiro men. We Are Also Experts in Sec- tional Work, Broken Beads, etc. We are here to give service. Spe- cial service to out-of-town ordsrs. Express paid one way, L.cth- bridgc's Leading Retresdcrs. Lethbridge Vulcanizing .Works PHONE 16M E. CHAPLIN, Lethbrldnc. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. B. Moclcod. NORTH LETHBRirjOE LINEUP FOR MONDAY'S GAME Following Is North I-ethbrldge Unit- C'l lineup for 'Monday night: Tambor Temiant Harrison Lakie, W. Karl. Another l-owe, Thomson, Smith, A. Karl, .V. Gun He-serves: A. Mcllvcna, Amphlolt. I'ortlfind 7T Angfilcs 4. Vernon 3, Sacramento 1. Seattle 2, San Francisco 1. (12 In- Oakland 1, Salt Lake 7. v FALCONS HOME, f, Ql'EHEC, May Win- Jilpc-t; who won tho Olympic at Antwerp, arrived hero on tho steamer Oramplan tills morning from Havre, Calgary Wins Wlcrd Oame i CALGARY, May won; Its eighth game out of ten played ycs-j tenlay when they defeated tho fart-' going lleglna Senators. 7 to C. Tho. score was (led three times during the; ten innings, Catcher Wlialcn, of Ho] was banishd from tho game fiiiilj chased out of the park when ho threw' his bat at the Calgary pitcher after being struck by a pitched ball. Thn umpire had Ills hands full all during the game, hanging no (ban threa j 4 i Ones on the lieglna players for dls- putin; ng decisions. Winnipeg 4. Kdmonton a. Saskatoon 2, Moo so Jaw 4. ftcglna 5, Calgary 7, (10 Innings.) LETM PHONE 1454 What Is It To know that vvhtn you kavc cur with us Iht trouble be properly diagnosed, Arid tlie remedy expertly Is U worth the same price you pay elsewhere? It is a point of prid? With us that we never had tp cfo a job over again. LTD. ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH ;