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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FAUE SIX THE tOTHBWTVSE DAILY THURSDAY, 1521) BRINGING UP FATHER t. By G. McManus CAN'T YOU "IX IT THERE COO MOST LEARN E.THE FOUR PUT LEMON IN IT TO BE REAL I LEMON'[ I .M IN IT- WE WILL FIX YOUR WATCH RIGHT Our repair department h> In honest, gklKul hands. you bring s witch or anything to us to to repaired.-if It is ivol vortii' (ising wo will tell you so. it your watch la not, "running bring.It It .needs only'cleaning. Vodr hatch should Ka'cleaned year: it will thon last longer. What- ever be your troubles or your needs. In the Jewelry lino, come ,li us. We shal Isorvo you faith- fully. ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. Largest 'Jewelry Store )n City Issuers of Mardags LIcensci No Wltncsies Required FRAGMENTS CALLIES 1 0 JOIN THE PARADE TO BALL PARK FRIDAY Callies Are Blanked By Fragments In Fast Football Game Contest Was as Fast at Ending as at. Handi- capped Players Crowd of Season Witnessed Game.- In a game that was as fast at the as at .the beginning the I'Ysg- menls defeated tbe Callies last-night at-Adaras Park by a one to nothing scores Although the wiud handicap- ped bail teams equally tlie -play flafi last all the way.- The Fragments SMsed with the wind in the first hall, during which 1'ercy Invin scored the irinnuig goal. Douglas, goal for.the Callies did some splendid work in a number ol tight plays. Corner kicks were fre- quent in the first h'alf and on several occasions he was tightly pushed-butl succeeded in keeping-all goals out" ex- cept one. Irwin scored on a cornerkick by H. irwin played a good game all through and with a little more control will make-a first class player. H. IJnning and .Allan, ieCt.wingt foK tho Vragments both played well ana for the Callies Pink played his usfjal strong game. The Callies play- ers all worked hard but the Fragments had the best of the play. Easton, hack ior tbe Callies played his posi- tion in fine style. The Fragments stood up better through the entire 3s strong; at the as at tha first. All told the game ended with play, jnst as fast 'half started OS on rush who were then playing against the wind. They rush- ed tbe Callies hard all the time. The Callies had a number of chances at their opponent's goal .but Mcllvena was equal ,to the occasion. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. National League Cincinnati Brooklyn...... Plttsburg....... Chicago...... Philadelphia Boston New "York St. I.ouls..... Won -18 13 13 U 13 10. 10 Lost Fct. 10 .015 9 .571 11 13 IS 11 .519 .500 .476 15 .400 is. the lineup: Hi Mclivna A.Kane .1. Anderson Dunlop W- Linning Siiav Webber Knot Allan H. Linning P. Irwla Campbell Thompson McFarlane Mcllfena Jackson Weeden PlnX Kohinson Baalon Batcman Douglas Callies PLAYFAIR TO WITH C.P.R. Calgary Player Will be Seen in Action Tonight at Eckstorm Against St. Georges at. Georges are cut to tonight This will bo the first game to he played In Eckstorm rark season and tho will put on the field a team much stronger than their, last one. They have been practicing hard and a keen competi- tion is looked forward to. Playiafr, ono. of tho C.P.R.'s new players will bo seen in action for tbe first tlrno to- night. Tho St. Georges teani has' been clanged around a little In tho hope that they will bo able to break Into the' win column tonight. Following SI. George players will be on thefc field: Mclnlyrc, Neshitt and Pearson; AVallis, Florindere and Fitth; Westley, Pearson, Holberton, Gurr and Breeze. Reserves: Parsons and Coffey. Tho C.P.R. players Wit bei 8. Mil- ner, A. Thompson, H. Milner, J. H. Smith, II. Lowe, A. Laurie, Playfair, A. CDIT, Bestwick and Board. Reserves: Clayton, H. Thomp- SOB and A. GanL Weather Is Making -o The Baseball Fans Do Lots Of Smiling Rotations and Columbus Club Boys Ready for Opening Game of Senior League on Friday Night in Eckstorm Park Par- ade Will Be Held., Giants Stage Swatfest CHICAGO, May York had a ileid day today, gathering 17, hits, among them four doubles, arid won from Chicago 17 to 2. Score: Now York 17 17 1 Chicago........i. ..2 s 4 Barnes and Smith; Martin, Carter, Bailey and Killefer. Cooper Wtns for Plratti PITTSBURG, May was victorious over the'Braves today j by a scoro oE 2 to 1. Score: Boston.......... 1 s o! PKUburg..........'. 2 7 i: McQuillan and O'N'cUlr Cooper and Schmidt. Triple With Baui Full ST. LOUIS, May Louis hit Causey freely today and defeated Philadelphia C to 2. Hornsby's triple' wltlj the basts full decided the game.; Score: 1 Philadelphia............ 25 1 SL Louis.............. 6 9 1 Causey and Withrow; Doak and Diihoefer. Cincinnati-Brooklyn, postponed, wet grounds. Baseball' fans' today a'ro weariug the smllo that won't coma off. "is wind was a mlnns Quantity this morn- ing, real baseball weather being iu force. game will 'he staged tomorrow night in Eckstorm Park and _ihe. faas aro hoping that this weather will last out one more- day at least. Tho Columbus Club hoys will hold a practice tonight as a final work- out before the game. The Rotartnns were out in force last night and went through ibeh-'rpace6 in good .'stylo. Now .war Is over, baseball 13 going to eorae Into its own In Lelh- bridge are the or- der of tho (fay to start the season flff wuh.fl a.wlns a parade has been arranged to from In front of the Herald office''at'-6 o'clock Friday night, tour tho down-town streets ending at the ball pork. Every mem- hind tho nffair with the determination that the night will bo successful. .The Rotarlans will ho picked from Sans, Morrison, Drlnkball, Rohirar, Forsythe, Fralick, Rose, Mul: hnlUnd and Jackson. It ii quite like- ly thst Mulhollnnd will deliver from the mound and Drinkhall is likely io recelvii him. A Strono. Team .Columbus Club will have a strong, team to face tho IJotarlans. With Donaghue, of tho Mounties, play- ing os-a dark horse on tho infield, the C. C.'s eipect to have a good working comhinatlon thoro. Boucher, anotlier Mounted man, is credited with holug .a first-class man, Following aro the players from which the team ha picked: er, Vaselenak. Donaghue, Green, Jackson, Hilling, Fcrko, Tur- cotte, Kennedy, Supina. The Columbus Cluh will practice tonight on the Ctli 'Ave. grounds. Tho practice was first called for Kckstoriu Park, but as thero is, game there theae other ments had to be. made. Both teams' will appear in.tho par- ade tomorroW in uniform. ROTARY GUP TENDlER WINS ON AGGRESSIVENESS MILWAUKEE, Wit, May Tendler, Philadelphia lightweight bos- er, was given the newspaper decision over Plnkey Mitchell, Milwaukee, in a 10-round bout hero list night. Tend- ler's victory, it was slated, was based principally on his aggressiveness. American League Pacific Coast Vernon 6; Salt Lake 6. Portland 6' (ten innlngat, Oakland 0; Sacramento 6, Seattle's; Los 'Aogeles 4 (IB Ion- r I COMING EVENTS! Let Your Holiday Garb be a TAILORED SUIT Measured to Fit by Our Expert v Tailors. Fred Thaell PHONE1IM THE CKMUTY STORE 315 FIFTH ST. 3, LETHBRIDGE Won: Lost i Cleveland........ >18 8 'S-.692 i 9 '-.625 Washinglon 14 -11 .560 Chicago...... 13 ii ,'.542 N'ew York......, is 13' .500 St. Louis 12 13 .480 Philadelphia 9 15 .375 Detroit........j. I 7 19 '-.269 Covey This Time NEW YORK. May 19.-CoveleskIe pitched masterly today and (Cleveland shut out New York 5 to 0. Score: Cleveland.............. 5 n New York... ,.......j. 0 C 1 Coveleskie and O'Neill; Mogrldge and Hannah. Hit CIcolte Hard BOSTON, Jlay for ex- cellent support for Clcotte, BoBlon would have had a much larger score today against Chicago.- As it was, tho [visitors were defeated 3 to 2. Score: ]CMcago............... 250 (Boston............... 3 14 i I Clcotle and Schalk; Harper and S chan if. Tigers Bumped PH1LADKLPH1A, May 13. De- troit's pitching ttaff went to pieces after the third inning today and Phila- delphia ngain defeated the visitors 7 to 4. Scoro: 4 90 13 Gldham, Oiazler, Alton and Stanage- Naylor and Perkins. International Jersey City 8; Toronto 11. Rochester 3; Baltimore 0. Buffalo 1; Heading 2. Akron 5. American Assn. Milwaukee' 7; Loulsvillo 0. Minneapolis 2; St. Paul'8. No olhor games scheduled. Western Canada Moose Jaw Saskatoon Edmonton Calgary u. No olhcr games tcktdulcl. WE are beating old man H. C. of L. This is better than putting your money in the bank. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 2mh Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel-Block On Read Bottom; Half of Page Nine PIIlLADKLPIliA; Jlay O'Dowd, tho St. Paul m'lddlowelght, knocked out George "Knockout" Brown Chicago, In the sixth round of a scheduled- S-round hout hero last night with a right uppercut to the jaw. 6'Dovrd had tho advantage all the way. Despite a crippled right hand, Pete Herman, bantamweight cbariiplon, de- feated Hoy Jloore of St. Paul In a 6- round fight. Herman was compelled to. depend upon bis left hand almost "entirely. KAYO BROWN CET8 DECISION CINCINNATI, aiay Brown of Toledo.waa given the decis- ion over Elmer Hogau of Detroit at the end of a 17-round bout hero last night. Tho men fought at HO Ibs. As most of the IHth Battalion were'members of "the Sir-! Nation ln-- dlans, the'colors ot the bnlthlion will' bo placed in St. Peter's-Church. Oha- wekeh, on tho reserve, on May 24. 410 FIFTH dTREET FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP UOTARY BALL TEAM The above is a reproduction of (lie cup presented Ijy Camp bell, Wilspn nnd Horne, through Fred Home, Lcllibridyc mtin- agcr, for (tie chninpionship P.otary intermediate busehal! lenni of Alherla. This is the first year Holary tennis of Alherln liavo hat! a chance to play for any cup of this nature rmd it is cxpeclcil thtit baseball among the Rotary clubs of the province will be greatly Competition for the cup is expeclwl to be keen, Calgary, Edmonton, Medicine Hat and LethLridsc are sure to be conltndftnb Now Is The Time to have those springs taken off and thoroughly greased.. .Hunt and'dirt arc'.the moat' deadly enemies of the temper in your springs, and after the hist few months it surely he economy. (6 havo them cleaned. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. PHONE 1454 ELEVENTH STREET SOUTH Suppose You Want A Dozen Collars; and a Pair of Pajamas You cannot always get both at same place. We are specialists in men's furnishings and carry a complete line of the things a man needs whether it is for street wear, business, evening or bed. fs no other plflce in town where haberdashery of aucli style, quality and Individuality can bo hail, LOUIS KEEL OF FASHION CM A FT f.'l-OTHES AND THE SIIOK OLIVER BLOCK 318 FIFTH STREET ;