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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LSTHBRJDGE DAILY HERALD, TUESDAY; MAV i BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus TEXl_Ut> or I 1 DON'T THINK 'TWOULD INTEREST POnnt AND Vf 11; N vnjs e. i KNOW HE TRAVELED OOT IN M.UTCUR. MIS.. Aft ROME NAPLES -YKF. B PLACE HEART- j SPECIAL for Wednesday only SMALL VANITY CASES Mirror lined........ Regular. .fer ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. targest Jewelry'Stori .In City Issuers of Marriage Ltceiues No. WItriHtei.Reitlilrttr Celebration For First Baseball Game On Friday Evening Huge Picnic Is Arranged For Henderson Park May 24 MAYOR BARDIE WILL PITCH FIRST BALL FOR LEAGUE OPENER Arrangements Are Being Made for a Parade to Celebrate First Game of 1920 Season in City Club is Behind Movement for "a Big Day Next Friday. The Rotary Club and the exe- cutive of Senior City Baseball Leagi'e are co-operating to have a parade Friday evening before the .opening baseball game of the league. The parade will com- mence from in front of Trie Herald office at 6 o'clock, traverse the down-town streets and end at Eckstorm Park at 6.30 The ball game will commence a .few minutes later. The Rotarians and the Columbus Club teams wilt meet. A meeting of the "executive of the league vras held last night In The Herald office when John Gil- more, of the Rotary CTub attend- ed and plans were talked over for the parade. Arrangements will be made fop a number of motor cars and every prayer in the gue will turn but in uniform for the occasion. MAYOR HARDIE TO PITCH Baseball is going to have a REAL sendoff this Mayor Hardfe wilt throw the first ball and it is expected Sam Porter, president of the Rotary Club will be the catcher for this delivery. It (s expected that the Rotary Club will turn out In force to give their team, plenty of encourage- ment for the first game, This year the league Is'com- posed of four Bankers, Miners, Rotartans and Columbus Club. The boys are bound, that the 1920.season will not be any- thing like-the 1919 affair. They are determined to give the public of Lethbrietge a good class of ball that will last all season and so far as the dope has it. now no team has a decided advantage over the others. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. ONE THOUSAND IN PRIZES FOR BIG 4THMAYSPORTS National League Woo. Cincinnati........ 1C Brooklyn........ 12 Chicago.......... 14 Boston Pittsburg Philadelphia St Louis York'.. 10 11 11 Lost, 9 11 9 '11 43 14 14 Pet. .815 .571 .550 .526J .391 .304 2 Mounted Police Will Take Large Part in Program at Hender- son Will Have Many Features Pleas- ing to Admittance to be Charged. Pirates Defeat Giants PITTSBURG. May de- feated New York by a score of 7 to 6 In 15 Innings today. Cooper and Tohey both hit hard and gave way to Carlson and Douglas, they In turn re- tiring in fivor of Ponder.and.Barnes. Score: Xevr York...... Pittsburg...... K. H. G' 12 ..7 13 E. Toney, Douglas, Barnes and S'nyder; Cooper, Carlson, Bonder and Schmidt. Postponed games Philadelphia at Cincinnati! Boston at Chicago. Brooklyn at St. Louis. Falcons In Toronto on Way Home Reception Tendered Amateur Hockey Champions Coached Their Opponents. TORONTO, May local sporting fraternity tendered a splen- did reception to the Falcons of Win- nipeg, Canadian Olympir, representa- tives, who reached Toronto this morn- ing fresh from their successful quest A merican League Won. Lost. -Pel. Cleveland........ 17 7 .70S Boston 14'" S .036 team as representative ot the.Cana- dian Olympic committee. "Sol only' did tha boys establish a reputation for Canada as the premier hockey players of the world, but they also left an impression for tho up- standing qualities of Canadian sports- men and citizens. Their sportsman-j rjh.tcag0 ship was greatly admired by all tho European nations. ynrk Trained Swedes "One of the'customs our boys in- stituied was to coach and assist all our opponents before we played them. We virtually trained the Swedes, Czccho-Slovaks, Belgians and French tc.ims for their contests against us." "Whenever the Canadians Next Monday, Victoria Day, prom- ises to be one of tho biggest siiorts days in the history of the city, for in addition to the usual baseball, foot- ball, golf and tennis games which are the custom on that date, the big HuiK son's Bay picnic.In the afternoon is furnishing a line of entertainment which Is bound ;to draw crowds from ROAD RACE ROUTE far near for the event. ly is this true since arrangements 1 have been concluded for the ance at the picnic, which will be held at Henderson Park fair grounds, of squadron of almost 100 Mounted Fo-l under command of Major Pennc-' father, appearance will be the signal for nine cavalry events, con- cluding ride such as The. route for the road race in connection with tho Hud- son's Bay picnic sports next Monday will be: Starting at the Hudson's Bay corner, down oth Street to 1th Avenue, right out 7th Avenue to the fair grounds main entrance, entering the (rack .it a point nearest the main pavilion, thence once around tho track, finishing In front of tho grandstand. yards girls (public 13 12 St. Louis......... 12 Philadelphia...... S Detroit..........c S 10 11 x .545 12 14 IS- i j the people of southern Alberta have 14.00 Section jumpin- seldom had the-orjiortiinity of witness- i Hop, step and jump (opon) ing. -On- Friday o: this week' about Xeedle race (I. O. D. E. mem- CO Mountics arc-coming over from the 'hers) Macleod depot with their hors' go Belay race (public school) half Into training for-: the e.vents. They mile. will' take part in the hig parade which j Relay race, 4 men halt will open the .afternoon's perform- mile. ance, and this parade In Itself will be Wrestling on horseback a feature which will do much to help; Half mile bicycle race commemorate 'the 250th anniversary -1.35 Fancy tent pegging. of the. founding. of the Hudson's Bay j 4.40 100 yards dash Co. As tho entrance to the grounds, 100 yards dash, men (IL B. C. Caps tor All Summer Long You might get along without a cap this: slimmer. You might get along without a lot of tilings. It isn't worth while; doesn't pay. One of tneso caps will give you ser- vice all summer. long. And It won't coat you a fortune. Far Iroui It, really inexpensive.' KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home bf 20th Century Clothing Alexandra- Hotel. Block On.the.Corner Gets With Playfair and Thompson, of Calgary, on. the Team They e. Much. Stronger. and.grandstand for the big event of the day will be absolutely free there ride. Is no doubt about the crowd; !n the evening there will be one of continued Mr. Hewitt, "wo had a large I 3' gallery watching us and the members of the Kuropsan teams would then take (he ice and try'to do what they observed in our play. "The European teams, especially the The A. A. Aj Is helping Manager; those monster dances in the main Fair to stage the sports, and at a pavilion of the exhibition buildings, vKv.m_eeting last night all the details with an orchestra, at each end and com- P354 i were worked out. -There is a big pro-! fortable dancing space for 509 coup- ]s50 Brain of sports for which inj les. This is being staged by the L. A. prizes are being given by the com-! A. A., the Sikokotoki chapter 1. 0. D.' Boston Defeats Sox Pany, and largo entries in every event B. and the Lyceum committee working May took the eipectcd. Two tracks will together, and is the first big summer fond game of the scries uscd for races, both with thcidanco of the season, cago here today, 2 to 1, [winning tape right in front of the! There Is nothing of great Import- The C.P.ft football team has taken on a few nioro'-rueDibcrs with which they expect to'materially strengthen their team.: In A. Thompson, formerly of the Hlllhursts, and Piayfairv of Cailies, .the C.P.R. expects to liafe as strong team. as. on'y in the' Txjlhbrldge "City and District, Football 'League. Tbefe'players will'not lie able to play for several games Is under- stood but -when in action a better brand of footfall', is promised. C.C.'S PRACTICE TpNIGHT The C. C.'s will, practice to- night and every member of the team la urged fo bc'out :as the opening game league- comes on Friday night. '410 FIFTH oTTIEET ,1 Chicago of the world's premier amateur hockey] Swedes and Czechs, proved that they honors. Finer looking specimens of; were good skaters, but lacki manhood never represented Canada in any line of sport than (he nine youths who appeared more like higfi school hoys rather than winners of tho world's hockey championship. Xot a man on the- whole loam felt any unpleasant effects of tho Journey. All proved good sailors, eaiil W. A. ledge ot the fine points "The Americans were a strong team Individually, but they did not liayo the team work of tho Canadians." The body of Percy Shields, the rc- iurned soldier drowned In Tho Keno- ami lako on October 2t last, has n H E Israndstatid." The ordinary track will! "nee'going on in nny ot the towns of j' 3' j lie used for tho senior men's district next -Monday and with a Boston 37 a track running the reverse of; b'S-frce picnic and dance in Lcth- Wllktnson and Schalk-' Jones and'the wm for tno women's! thcro will ho a great crowd of i Walters. land children's contests. The Jump-! m the city on that day pro-: Senators Lose Ing of that nature will take! Iho weather is fine. WASHINGTON', May r'6hl !n Irani ot the took a played contest from j between, the track and Inside fence, "'Washington, 2 to J. 'today. Shocker be- jwnlle the Mounted Poilca exhibition Ing very effective in the pinches. iwln te staged inside the enclosure. Score: n H E I Bdg.-Gen. Stewart will be judge of St. Louis 3 n 3! the'military events. Washington............ 1 g 2'., to marshal tho events on Tho roads betlor every day and tlie taken advantage of. (Billy) Ileivitl, who accompanied ths been recovered by a brother. Shocker and and Severoid; tracks vrero chosen as TORONTO CYCLIST BRINGS CHAMPION OF U. S.TO DEFEAT First Impressions are Lasting With Many Individuals "A man's clothes, In fact, arc naturally in a. social community part of himself. They are not something that he puts on and takes off and bear no relation to his porsonaKty. but tbo ciolhcs a man arc part of Ws.pnreonality, considered from a common-scnse ipoint of vteK. should fit into it. They should be on him unoMrnetvely. Thoy should be part of fho We are Custom Tailors and Clothiers big line of materials "mado for you1' br our cxocrt deSire a SUIT Ull ored hy Canada's leading ready-to-wear la eliher you will no well bat.not expensively dressed. Fred Thaell PHONE 1IJO THE QUALITY STORE ST. 3, UETHBR1DGE follows: No. Alex Johnston; No. NEWARK, N.J., May In One'Session J-A. Davidson; No. 4, YV. J. the speedy Toronto cycle I PHILADELPHIA. May 17. Inside the enclosure A. J. BlacH- star, defeated Ray Eaton, tho profcs-! hurno will aM tho Mountles to stage slonal champion, in two straight heats their events on time. F. Waddington of match yesterday. First heat, and D. H. .Elton arc the official an- limy second heat, 3-5 Jionnccrs. F. S. Kilmer la clerk of thoj Willie Spencer, a brother of Arthur course and will be aided by J. S. Kirk-land.Orlando Planl, tho Italian cham- ibam anil X. Cascadden as field secrc-ipion, defeated Haro' Kaiser of New taries. Among those who will eld the, York and Heggle McNamam o( Aus- captains are r. Bert Moor, H., trafta, in two straight matches ot a W. Meech, li. J. Dinning, H. (I. Long, mile each. Piani won the first heat! K. D. Johnson and B. Manbey. Tho and Spencer took the second; H was timers arc A. B. Bwart, H. A. Wright, Spencer's first appearance on the home runs, four triples and three doubles enlivened Detroit's to 7 vic- tory over Philadelphia today. .Ira Fiagstead made two of the visitors' homers. Score: ,TJ_ 75 5" 9' 3 7 jij 3 Dauss and Stanagc; KInncy, Horn" inell, Moore and Perkins. SATISFIED CUSTOMER Is the .best, advertisement, and the most valuable asset any firm can possess. We; guarantee any Job turned out of our shop to be entirely satisfactory to our cus- tomer. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS LTD. PHONE 1454 ELEVENTH STREET, SOUTH Internationa} W. J. Armstrong and R. A. Raworlb. track this season. He recently relumed from Austra- scc- Jcrsey City 0, Toronto 1. Baltimore 9, Rochesler 6. Syracuse S. Akron 9, Buffalo 3, Reading 2. Western Canada Saskatoon 10, Moose'Jaw 11. Winnipeg 2, Edmonton 0. Rogina I. Calgary 4.' American Assn. tn the following Mat of events, tho, relay teams in Ihe senior event Time, first heal, represent an organization such S3 a ond beat, football or baseball club, a lodge or i business house, while tho Junir rciay must be a team representing a public I school, 'Trie program follows: Street Parade. Ixmg distance run Tent pegging 2.05 100 yards dash Sack race, boys (tinder i yards dash (h6ys 0 and 2.25 Running broad jump j Tilting at Iho ring. 'J.33 Scout competition, yards dash 2.15--IOO yards dash (high yards dash (under Slop fighting. -'t ff NORTH LETHBRIDGE AND MINERS TONIGHT- g.Anie for'last night between the Min- ers and North Lelhbridgo United was off on ac- count of weather conditions. It will bo played tonight In Ad- ams Park, commencing p.t 0.50 o'clock sharp. Minneapolis 2. Columbus 1. St, Paul Toledo 10, Kansas City 7, Indianapolis Louisville at Milwaukee', rain. C.P.R. Pacific Coast i-urtiand I, Angeles a. (No other sanies t 3.00-100 yards dash, boys (over 15) public school. pill yardrf dash, girls (9 and high jump (high school) j Lindsay race. race yardn J pegging witb sword. yards skipping (under yards (high school yards ladles (K. B. C, PRACTICE TONIGHT The C.I'.lt. football team will liold a practice tonight. Mem- b'jr.s of the team arc rcqucHled to bo at tho freight sheds seven o'clock. The next gamo this team will lake part is on Thursday when they will meet St. Georges at storm 1'ark. ATruink The Porter Likes--- y, because it is light yet strong, hand- some yet durable. A trunk that will present a striking appearance in your hotel room or living apartment; and you need not hideaway out1 of sight. This model and others on. display at our show rooms. Also a full line of suit cases and bags. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CIIAtT CLOTHES OLIVER BLOCK 318'FIFTH STREET T- ;