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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY THE LErFHBiuribE DAILY. HERALD PACE SEVEN 250 Men To I Represent England Government Assists In Organiz- ing Strong Olympic Team LONDON, May goVora- 1 inont recognition of tho BrIIUh Olym- pic committee's effort to secure representative team to compete In the Olympic games at Antwerp this sunv tner has been mado tie appoint- committee from the housj of of which: the speaker Is president, to assUt In the work. This action is eipected to lighten ionslderably the task of se- curing funds to provide (or transpor- (allon anil Quartering of teams at Ant- werp It will hlso add Impetus to the movement lor a strong creditable team wulcb, owinff to tho Blow .collec- (Ions 6V contributions recently led to of opinion that Great Brl- 'ialn's delegation would not measure up to former standards. Under tho-new conditions It is ex- pected that tho British team for the main events .will number at least 260 athletes. LAWN BOWLING SEASON OPENS ON MONDAY f, bowlere will cptn He game. All members and intend- Ing members, are requested to bowlere will cptn He season ou ruuiiuay with the President' 'vs. Vice-Pro I Ideal bo on the. green at the Mounted Pollco barrack! at 10 a.Di. eharp. There.wlll be no official game in the afternoon. King's Plate At Woodbine Sixty-First Consecutive Running of Canadian Starters Captain W. P. Burton Has Cotn- peted in 999 Races; In Challenge Contest KBW YORK. May W. P. Burton, master of Sir Thomas Lip ton's challenger, Shamrock IV., arrly ed--bero today from England-aboarc the Adriatic, acconiijaulecl by-his wife He says ho.wlll go to City Island al onco to inspect his craft and stretch bis sails. Captain Burton declared he alread) has cornpotcd in 999 races. Asked If his vife would accompany him on tho thousandth race, as has been reported, he-replied: "Mrs. Burton has not missed any of. Iho 999. You can draw yonr own con- clusions." His wife was described by him as best yacht-women in Bur- .-Jiltcliell assessment shows a falling oft of 16 In population and an increase of in total assessment. V REDS HOIST PENNANT YACHT TRIAL MAY BE POSTPONED AGAIN H CINCINNATI, 0., May 22.- The world's championship pen- nant was.hoisted over lledlands Field, homo of the Cincinnati this afternoon, preceding the opening the four-game series with the Boston Braves. KIDNEY PILLS, ope. He Sayt They Steadily Helped Him When He Wai Sallow and Thin and Felt the Twihgej of Rheumatic Pains. BNDAKO. B. C., May A. Carlson, a well-known resi- dent here, Is a firm believer in Dodd's ICidney Pills as a remtdy tor sick kid- neys. Jlr. Carlson gives his "I was sallow be "and then felt the rheumatic tains, dlzzlnfss and chills. I unfortunately didn't suspect my kidneys and was nearly dead when I discovered the true causo of my sufferings. "I read so much of the health nnd strength that comes la-all who uso Dodd's Kidney PillB-that 1 felt sure they would help me. bKsslngs of health and com- fort I got from them I cannot describe. They very soon helped me aud thoir steady tiso keeps rue active .and strong." To keep heallby the kidneys must be kept in good working order. They strain the impurities out of the blood. Pure Mood is thu first essential to Captain Burton would make no com- ment on lha probable outcome of the contest. TORONTO, MAY KINQ'8 PAUL, WON; BUGLE MARCH, SECOND; PRIMO, THIRD. TORONTO. May Canadian weilbcr condi- tions are promised for the Ontario Jockey Club's sixty-first.-consecutive running of tho King's Plato at the Woodbine race course this afternoon, and If enthusiasm counts for anything, one of tbe largest crowds on record will bo in attendance. The Duko of Devonshire will at- tend the races In state as a represent- ative of the King, and likely will bo accompanied by his family and slaff. The number of horses to go to the post in the King's Plato will be 15. .The track this morning was in e cellent condition. During the recent trials some speed records were near- ly shattered and li Is confidently ex- liocted lhat a new record will be set up. Speculation is rite as to the out- come. Crown of Gold, tho Seagram entry, Is picked byitnany to capture tbe.event, but those who ire iu a post lion -to speak, concede Prime and Bencher, Gidd Ings' entry, more than a fighting chance. Both entries work ed well in the and it will not be surprising it the "dope" fails. Tin, prize accompanying the King's Plate It fitly guineas, the gift of Hij Ma leafy Ihe King, with added b> tho Ontario Jockey Club. Thu winner will receive the guinea stakes and second horse, and II: third J500. Tho breeder ot tho wilt nine horse will receive 3500. The King's Plale IB open to horses foaleu In Canada. VETERANS WILL WAKE BIG NOISE IN FUTURE .._ ..Ask your neighbors Jf Dodd's Kidney net proved their worth as k remedy [or sick Supporters of the Fragments are going to make themselves known at future football games in whlcb their tenm Is playing. They are going to out all kinds of contraplioiis for niaklng noise with and will have an organized rooters' chords, on the job. That is the program whispered :o the Herald yesterday. They are going to marshal all players of the 0. W. V. A. tlicy 'can get in to.ucli with in to pull for "the- reds." CAN'T MAKE WEIGHT May 22. Frankte Fleming, Canadian featherweight champion, has notified Johnnie KJI- bane that he cannot make 124 pounds for the bout scheduled with Kilbane for next Friday night at Toronto. Sho.uld..Kllbane..refuse to fight Flem- ing at, 128. the postponed to'enable 'Canadian champion to make the weight. DALHOUSIE WINS MQNCTON', N.B., May lo tiniverslty, Halifax, won tho Mari- games yesterday Uernoa by defeating tbe University t New Brunswick. CANADIAN HORSE FAVORITE LOUISVILLE, Ky., May aco, from tho stables of J.'K. L. Ross, he Canadian turfman, Is the public avorile for Kentucky Handicap at Churchill Downs Ihls afternoon. The race, which Is for threo-year-oldi uid up, at a milo and a quarter, car- added money. ndications this morning promised ast track. There.are 13 starters. Further delay in starting the trial races of the Kesoluto and Yanilio off this port seemed possible early today, owing to the continuation of unfavor- able weather. The sound off 'the en- trance to tho harttnr was shrouded In fog after a heavy rain all night. During the morning a light ._....... _...... started up from the westward, a arrlVed home from their victor- orable quarter, .and conditions, (how-jjoui'trip to Europe this afternoon, and WINNIPEG, May Winnl- peg Falcons, hockey champions of the ed some indication cf a raco during the afternoon. CONFER ON GOLF RULES NEW YOKKi May 32.-The execu- tive committee of tho United SUtes Golf -Association which will confer vlth the commltteo of tho Social and Ancient Club of England on the rules of the game, and a group of United players, wero among passen- gers OB the .steamer Caronia tailing today for Liverpool. The players will 'dull (kles and threat of rain' did not lessen the enthusiasm of their recep- tion. Civic and provincial officials, personal friends and representatives of Eports' organisations, extended an welcome at the station, and then the Falc6hs wero In the position of- honor In a parade through the downtown streets. Hundreds ot 'and decorated cars followed tho cham- pions as they were cheered along their way by the big crowds. Tbe Allan cup Is to be presented formally at a ban- quet tonlgbt, which will be attended prominent clllions. PROMINENT SPORTSMAN DIES MONTRBAJU S2.v-7-' Montros' Corneid, better known as member of the Ste. Roea Boat and One of the three trustees of thi Itlley Home, 15-mile canoe trophy died suddenly this morning. Ha wat one ot Montreal's moat sportsmen. Remit by Dominion-Express Monej Order. It lost or-atoleb. you get yoa back. pionshlp at...Mulrfleld, Scotland, June 7. following a team match against tho Oxford and Cambridge Society. THE H1NGSTON SMITH ARM! LIMITED HOME SHINE ALBERTA SADDLERY Both Have Made Five to Their and Nich- olson Leading Swatters Alberta Branch of Amateur Athletic Union of Canada Provincial Track arid Field Ghampionships AND Olympic Trials UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ARMY 4. NAVY VETERANS' ASSOCIATION OF CALGARY ON Wednesday, 23rd June, 1920 P.M. SHARP EVENTS Running, Walking, Jumping, Shot Putting, Throwing OlKut, Hammer and Weight, Relay Ract for Calgary Horald Cup (Halfera Edmonton Canucks.) Special Two and Five Mile Bicycle RJCCJ, Tun (A.C.T. Challenge MILES MARATHON ROAD RACE Entrance Fee, 2So per mar for each evtnt Entry forms may be had from Inspector T. Shoebotham and Spprtino 1 'Editor, Herald, Lethbrldge. Entrhs cltse wlfh A. R. Redgrave, Army 4. Navy Club, 230 7th Ave. West, Ctjgary, at NOON, June Genera! Meeting G. W. V. A. TO BE HELD ON Sunday, May 23rd AT.3.00 P.M. IN G. W. V. A. CLUB ROOMS All Members Are Requested To Be Present CHICAGO, May "Happy" Felsch, Chicago has enter- ed into "Babe" Ruin, of New York, tlie home-run king of for thfi honor of- leading In circuit drives in" the American League. Felsch crackerl out his nftli home, run in the gnmo against Boston Wednes- day, giving him two in two days and placing him even witb the "Babe." Each lias made five home runs, accord- ing lo averages released today and including games on Wednesday'. Most of Ihilh's home runs were made on the Polo Grounds, wh'crc tbe field is short. Those of the Chicago outfielder were long, clpan drives. There Is a merry race in tho Wash- ington club between Roth and Rice tor the honor of being tbe leading base stealed. Rico has pilfered 11 bases and nolh 10. Ty Cobb. Ihe Detroit star, is grad- ually finding his batting eye and has boosted hia average to..277. Iluth is batting 2CO. Johnston, of Cleveland, widened the gap between hunsolf 2nd Jackson, of Chicago, among the batters wtio have played in 10 or more games. John- ston added a few points, to'his' aver- age of last while Jackson drop- ped a tow points. Johnston Is topping the'witli on average of .417, while Jndisort is hitting .SSO. Olhor leading Kinney, Philadelphia, .364; Gideon, SI. Louis, .361; Oerber, St. Louis, -.35S; Felsch, Chicago. .352; Ilendrix, Hos- ton, .349; Jacobson, St. JyOtils, Weaver, Chicago, .343; Dugnn, 1'hiln- delphki, .3-13; Dugan. Philadelphia, .337; PccldnpauBh, New York, .325; Speaker, Cleveland, .319. Tho si. Louis National League club is in Ihird place in team hatting wilh nn average of .260 and is ranked in last place in the percentage of games won and lost, according lo avernees published today and which include Wednesday's games. Only one mem- ber ot tho club Is hilling In Iho .300 class, and this Is Roger llomsby. Iho star keystone aacker, who Is (he run ner-up to Nicholson, of Pit la burg. Nicholson Is tho leading regular with nn average of .-1G3, acquired in 24 games. HArrmby, in 23 games, in which ho has been nt bill 101 times, cracked off 42 hits for a total of 57 baaes. which include eight don- bios, two triples and a home run, fur an average of .118. He Is being push- ed by Heinle Groh, captain of thu Cin- cErmali world champions, who Is trail- ing wilh .408. Dodo tho veteran outfield- er of Ihe Chicago Cubs, has joined his teammate, and Cy Wil- liams, of Philadelphia, for home run honors. The trio la titd with Ihrco each. Max Carey, the flest-footcd ou( field- er Ot I'lltsburg, Is showing the way lo tho base slealers with nine. Hi? nearest Tivnl is a tcammnlc, South- wart, who has stolon acvcu. Other leading batters; CiOwdy. liosion, .3IU; Lcliotirveiiu, Phihilctphla, .Sfil; Myers, 'llrooklyn, D.iuborl, Cincinnati, .337; Trnm- Wey, Chicago, .333; 'I.. Wheat. Ilnmk- lyn. .333; Voting, Xf.w York, .322; Uurns, New York. .S31; niincnn, Cin- cinnati, .313; llousdi, Cincinnati, .MO. Thrc Department of AgrictiHurc drawing up further regulations more effectively control the sale oleomargarine. La Preferencia OLD QUALITY Canada's Most Popular Cigar Right To a Tee! 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