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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1920 BRINGING By G. McManus I WHEN ARE XOU UNDER THE V-GV, WU.-WIW ALL ofi r- SPECIAL FOR v SATURDAY'ONLY All Ladies' Farvfy" Combs and Vanity Cases s HALF PRICE ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH BROS. Issuers of Marriage No Witnesses Required VS. CQMIMBUS CLUB STAGE IS ALL SET FOR BALL OPENER TONIGHT C.P.R. T C lo oamt Rotarians and Columbus Club are Prepared to Rut Up Good the Parade to Eckstorm Will Commence Between 6.30 and 6.45 BasebaU optns tonight in Lath- bridge. The Senior City League will gel started at 6.30 o'clock when Rolanans and Columbus Club boys match their skill at Eckstorm Park. They will give the public a good exhibition of amateur balf, following the arrival of the parade at the ball grounds. Don't forget to follow the par- ade. It leave the Herald buitdlng about 6 o'clock, tour the downtown streets and end at the ball perk. The Me unties wilt be there with plenty of fun. the base- ball boys will be out in uniform, and some of them were talking (ast night of pulling a few stunts along the way. The Rotary Club is behind the parade tonight so watch it go. The Rotary Club will be out in force to support their team and will endeavor to yell their boys to victory. .The Columbus Club has a good following in Leth- bridge and will preient a strong fine-up against the who are the youngest players in the league. GOOD SEASON nas been without a 'good league of amateur baseball some time and this season the boys arc determined that fans will get plenty of value for their admittance. The executive of the league has enacted several laws that all tend toward making the season a success. One of these laws was the compelling of the games to atari promptly. Errors of previous .seasons, when fans were compelled to sit around for half an hour or co, will not occur during the 1920 season. Mulhodanrf wHt start ns the Ro- tarjans' pitcher. Reports indi- cate that he working In fine shape and has a good delivery willi plenty of aluff on the ball. The Rotarians are bankfng ort Mulholland to do good work to- night. Rtdpath, another Rotarian pitcher, will out In centre field. He has been doing some fine work this spring. Hitting or Snow will do the de- livery work for the Club. Goth boys enjoy good repu- tations pitchers, Boucher, the fast Monntie, will cover second base for the Columbus, boys. Furgo will catch. Kennedy will be on short. THE PLAYERS Following is the batting order as announced last, night: ROTARIANS c, Mulholland, p. Sang, 1st b. Rohwer, 2nd b. Morrison, 3rd b. Forsythe, s.s, c.f. Tambor, J.f. Jackson, r.f. Frallck Host COLUMBUS CLUB Livingstone, 1st b, Boucher, 2nd- b, Vaselenak, 3rd b. Kennedy, s.-s, Jackson or Turcotte, l.f. Burns, r.f. Hutton, c.f. Hilling or Snewt p. Furgo, c, Green Dixorv Oonnghue St. Georges broke into tho wiu to! urau lust night, They defeated the- C.P.tl. by. two to nothing, both goals being scored in ttie second half Ureeze scored. Ihe firsttseveu minutes after half time and Coffey followed about fifteen minutes later with the second. A strong wind was blowing diagonally across.the field and EO hin- dered tho p.lay that the game was not what can be called a good exhibition of football. Tim C.P.R. won the toss and during the entire- first balf Ike play was about j creti, the halt ending with'out a ccore t'uy either team. Mclnly're, goal for I St. Georges and S. Milner, goal for the i had an easy time, neither be- I ing called to extend themselves, i Holberton, of the St. Georges, who played a strong game'' throughout, i came close to scoring during .the first i few minutes of play, lie raised tho Iball just sufficient lo clear the cross [bar on a nlco corner kick. TVhen the teams lined up on the field they were faclns goals without nets. To overcome this two goal of- ficials were appointed.. dliiicuHv caused through a iog. it. was explained'to 'the last night. Play Improves j The second half opened with .the I wind sllir blowing strong. The'teams j hy this time were working well and itbo play showed considerable im- Iprovcmcnt daring the- entire .half. ''Both goalkeepers had to work much BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. K National League. Cincinnati....... 17 Piltsburg........ H Brooklyn i; Chicago Philadelphia Boston SL Xcv; York 15 13 10 10 It 10 IS II 13 15 15 Pel. .830 -.550 '.515 .033 .4S1 .400 International Teams Look Strong Scofdt and English Teams Pick- .ed for Monday Morning's Football Game; Will Start at 11. O'clock in Adams Park. I American Assn. Milwaukee Toledo 0. Minneapolis 2, Indianapolis 1. St. Paul 2. Louisville 10. Kansas City S. Colombua i. (13 in- International Alexander's Eighth Straight CHICAGO, May Tfpn eighth consecutive gamo today when Chicago, tillhougb out-hit. de- feated New York, 4 tp Score: 11 New York.............. 3 Chicago...... 6 0 Xebf and Smith; AlesAn-lar und. Klllifer. St. Uuis'6, Phillies 4. ST. LOUIS. >lay louis miuie it two dtfeatius Vhia lori'ay. C to I. H, 11." B. i Philadelphia 7 St. Louis ij Callia, Uetu and J Sbei'dell and fiilhocfeV: Rtuther Stages Shutout shut out Brooklyn todtay, 7 to 0. Score: n. K.' Brooklyn 0 0 Cinciuuatf............ 7 1-3 harder. Mcfntyre. for, the handled his job in style but Smith. Ma-guard ana'Krueger; Ron- Milner, for tlie C.lMl. appeared to be.Uh.er and Rarlden. nervous and bandied the ban'oadlr Babe Adame Going Nicely on a number of occasions. 'i PKTSBURG, May The first goal of the game resulted from a general mixup in front ot the Breeze was right in the thick Boston fciued the Boston Braves today. r> to t. Butialp 1, Toronto 1. Syracuse I. Baltimore 7. HoadlnB Jersey City 5. {Only throe games scheduled.) .Score: R. II.. E. i-o....._ ____ 1 3 of it and'cameThrough" witli'iT 5 V 1 Coffey pul through n nice high shot! FilUngara, Hearn and O'NeJll; about twenty minulos after tho corn- i Adams anit Schmidt.- niencement of the half. Mllnor was1__________------------_________._ unable to sather this uno iu. About Players Nesbitt and Pearson, full backs for the Saints played well throughout. Pearson, especially, did some very etfectiro work, while Holberton, in centre half was workinc hard M the time. For Ihe C.V.R., 0. H. Milnoi1, American League iveland Woa [left back, played a steady game, al- though the C.P.li. full hacks did not well together. They iU'ishliietm blocked j KCW York Western Canada j each others play on a number of oc- y( icasions. McCluckiu. outside right' Philadelphia jnlaycd a nlcn game, putting in some Oolroft' nice centres thai were handled poor- 14 U i2 Lost S S 11 Pet. 13 14 H 20 Plans for the inlernational football game on Monday have been ed. The- game will slart at 11 o'elot-k in the morning at lAdam's Park nnd will be between Ihe Scotch and'Eng- lish. Both learns, the members of which were announced last night, ap- pear to be' strong and with playing Conditions al all favorable a splendid same should result. Holberlon will captain the English team, who will blue, the colors of-Jsortb Lelhbridge United, and Eas- ton will captain the Scotch. They will wear the colors ot the 'Fragments, red. ;Anyone picked who cannot play is requested to phone Bert Moor at 1T20 as EOOU as posslbie. Pollowlng are Iho'plaVers picked: j Engltsn "cam Gpaly Melntyre. fit. Oeprsfe's; right back, Ha-rison, .Vorlh hack, Pearsdu, St. ccjiitre Lalf, Caledcniaus; right, half, Balemnn, Caledonians; leit half, Mil- ncr. C. P. R.; c.ehtrc forward, F. Smith, Xorth Lethbrldge; inside right, Cap- lain, Holberton, .31. George's; inside left, Albert Gurr, St. George's: out- aide right, Beslwlck. C. P. R.; outside left, Norman Gurr, North Lethbridge. ..Heserves Back, Xesbitl. St. George's; hajt-back, Harry .Smith, C. P. ft.; forward, Coffey, St. George's. Colors, blue. Scotch Team Goal. Douglas, Callies; right hack. Tennant, North Lethbridge; left back. Captain Baston, Callies; cemre half. Campbell, Callies; right half, lounlop, Fragments'; lefl linlf, Shaw. Frag- ments; centre forward, W. Linning, Fragments; inside right, Uikie, North Lethbrldge; inside left, Allan, Frag- ments; outside right, McLiickic, P. IL; outside left, H. Waning, inenls. Fragments. Colors, red. Park. Klckolt at 11 a.m. Gurr. We Apologize We are sorry we'could not wait on everybody .today. i Gome in tomorrow and we will be able to..give yon ser- vice. BERTKESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra. Hotel Block On the Corner Monarchs To Play Here ft ST. GEORGE'S TO MEET.'. -An important meeting of St. -J- George's Football Club will be i held tonight nt 9 o'clock in tho offices of the Ja- surauce Co., .Sherlock .Block, .All members nre urged to at- .tend. Winnipeg 4, MoOoO Jaw 1, Bdmonton 10- .Sabkaloon 2, llc-gina C. Just a Few Minutes Of Your Time would be well spent in look- ing over our com- plele stock of furn- ishings for gentle- men. The suiting shown are specimens ol the tailor's art that cannot be beaten. Wnen inlying a mil fit Thiu.H's rou car, rent oasurciJ Uut you will he satisfied in every A NEW LINE OF TIES AND CRAVATS HAVE JUST ARRIVED HATS, CAPS, COLLARS, GLOVES, SHOES, SHIRTS TO PLEASE THE MOST EXACTING. PHONE 1160 Thaell THE STORE 315 FIFTH ST. LETHBRIOQE jly by his tcum mates on the forward I lino. I The. weather conditions, combined tile condition of tho grounds, made it almost impossible to 1 the ball. Considerable, work will have !gt Louis 'to be done to BckBtorm Park yet be-'' York .i_., ,._ __. Hannah. for Yankees YORK, May New York 11 it v o i >oltowins arc the players: Goal, H.T.Vesbi.t; Lefc Cl.veland Winntr Half, V' on'. UH-, !to 4 Score- O 11 r b One Game Will Be Played in the Morning and the other in (he Evening at Eckstorm Park, With Picked Lethbridge Team Two "baseball game's will, be nfayed on-May 24. Monarchs, of Medicine Hat, amateur champions cf Alberta, will be here for two games, one at a.m. and one at 6.30 p.m. The games arc being played under the auspices of the executive .of the Senior City League and Lethbridge will be represented by a picked team from three of the city league-teams. Monarchs have been going strong this spring and last fall they won the provincial cbarn- plonship fay dtfeaHng Calgary three out of four games. On the 24th of May last year the Won- nrchs played In Uclhbridge and .broks even in the two This year the Monarchs are go- ing to try to retrieve their fallen colors. Both games will ,bc pfaycd in Eckstorm Park. i TRAP TEAM TO v CHO'SEN SATURDAY; TOHONTO.'-.aiar !as[ mie- j hundred bird shoot of tho Olympic, i trapshooling trials will; bo 'sbo.1 [throughout Canada on Saturday, and when the scores ore rC't'ervifd, tho i team for Antwerp will be selected.'O. f-J. Kiiiam, St. John, K. at present' i leads the field with 197 out of 200 1 birds, and J. H. Montgomery. lleamB-: JTfllte, Ont., Is second with All i centres .except. Edmonton have :been- 'heard from. Carter, Vancouver, third 1SS; .lames I Halifax, fourth with 184; S. C. Vance, I Tflsonburg, Ont., fifth with 183, Tho j first Iwenly on the list have all bruk-1 en 170 or better. Miss Zelmim Harron, of St. Hilda's trial secretary of tho Branlford. Y.W.C.A. A carload ol potatoes purchased In' Fort Willfom from district farmcra was Jo.-ided on tho steamer America anil shipped lo Duluth for the Chi- cago market. 410 FIFTH o core- 11 r siao lUght, wcaticy; EUgHt, I b. iftaraon; centre A. 4 19' ,4 InsMo, meczc. Coffer, Outside kins. y and O'Xelllj.'Klnney and Slack. G. H. Milner; II. Half, A. ;0ant; Centre liaif, II. Ixiwe: H., 111. Smith; Outside McCVucklc; I inside Hlght, Alt. Chirr; Centre For- ward, A. Laurie; Inside Left, Dest- wick; Outaido, A. Heard. Referee, Moore. Linesmen, J, Wal- ton ond J. E, Summer. POSTMASTERS TAKE Up GRIEVANCES IN OTTAWA OTTAWA, May Canadian of the Post- masters' Association of Canada, to- i gflhcf with the sub-cprnmilteo of Ihe I Western .Unionist gbvenimeht fliip- Iporters, waited on thp'civil service !commission today tn to' tho pay and working conditions of post- masters throughout the 'whole of Cnnaila.' r City, town and rural, postmasters' Iniorcttt are totng discussed, (thslng found that, the commission, through classification, nnd thus fining tho eal- sties, in the proper tody to whom to Make an appeal, Thn [icctcd lo last oil ard often and hard today, winning the Rrat game of the series from Detroit, f. to 0. Score; K. H. B. .Uelroit...... 0 6 1 (Boston................. c 11 0 Ixsonard and Woodall; Tcnnock and Walters. Eight Runt In 15th WASHINGTON, .May defeated Washington, 13 lo a. in a 1C- inning garac hero today, Boih icaraa scored twice in tho The visit- ors registered olghl rjins In the linsl inning on two triples, a double, two singles and four errors, Score: K, Ji. B. Chicago.............. is 17 1 Washington............ 5 is 9 Kahcr and Schalk; Courncy, Krjck- Johnson and Oharrlly. Traps Have Been Moved (o New Home Near Exhibition Park; 'Club is Weil Satisfied With Site Pacific Cbast SacramwTo 10. (W 'iii- Clay bird shooters In arc about tbo tax on shells announced hy Finance Minister Dray- ton. During the past few years this sport has slcailly grown more ex- pensive but with the addition of the lax 11 will become more to. It was the Intention ot the club to hold weekly shoots, but some members arc. talking about advising one ahoot every hvo real lover (if Ihls sport would be satisfied with1 shooting only one box of shells a week.'( That Is where Iho shoe pluohcs. The (raps have been muveil from the old alto near Ihe hall grounds the new ono provided by Commission- er Mcccb near the exhibition grounds. !j The. tho club havo.i pressed thcninnlvca as well satisfied.I with the new home. Tho next thing, will be getting tho traps into place. ''Mike." veteran fire horse, Eoltl hy the Muskegon, illch. (ire department to ihe waler department, refused to work until his driver donned a fire- man's Fashion-Craft For Young Men and Conserva- tive Dressers. For your own protection, when you buy a suit ask who made it and if il is guaranteed to give satisfaction. Ask if it is built with good hair cloth French canvas, strong pockets, etc. ynu buy a watch you oxpect moro than "the fhlnn on Ihe oulslcic" so a suit, there is more to H Ihan Uie mere cloth It Is made of. Tim suits ,wo sell nrc mafle by the E''ashion Craft master guarantee them, ?35.00 to LQUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CtlAFT r.LOTHKS AXD THE FLOHSHE1M SHOK OLIVER BLOCK 318 FIFTH STREET ;