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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta '.'BRINGING UP FATHER' I THOlXHT HE AN ADMIRAL ,Y COLLX- fO I.IKETOAfl KNOW HE'D IT! THE CARRfyiE MMVl INMTCO HIM TO DINNER AT WEDNESDAY, MAY 1919 HAIL- INSURANCE W THE BEST COMPANIES The Sport Page Bankers vs. Veterans Tonight Tonlohl ihd ball'aardtn Bankers and Irie Veterans will clijh, and there a do crowd dill for'tne event. The Vet-- erjru "HI a dark horfe on the but just who 1he Bsnken will lh? hill remains lo be seen. 11 itiat SU'ie will be the choice.- Jhcse two teams are evenly matched 'and a close oarne is Hpccted. II will bV called at 6.45. BrlOSS "ill be the official Xarblttr. Victoria Drought Crowds and Sports in 'Afternoon Sccdfng Aboul Starts Senson With a Victory vThe 1. A. A, A. track _was or jauized list night al tlio T. M. C. A. at a well mceliOK or cnthus- (Kn-lil Ortr Own" CitA.XUnOOK, U.ti Mny 2I.-TIW Day celebration, under the o, tho. G.W.V..V-, held Here RS a Ereal suttess. Quo ol the liislon' ot Cran- series of victories for the Vulcan team, is Iliey aay a good Blarl is bslf tile bat- tle, and we'hope Ihoy will keen up or even surpasi Ibolr lorincr record whlcb is no mean one. FLEW TO STOCKHOLM STOCKHOLM May Ball. an Amorlra.u naval aviator, arrived here at 10 o'clock tills morning on Ills from Home With Any Town in South from Cbarlle 'cfceeiman; jnaneger 'ol the' Girdifon ball' club. It eiplalns Carditon, Alia.. '.'C Jusl i line to let you know that we are reiiy In play ball and would you lo pil the same in your paper. will play horns and home times will anyjiwn In lie, south. Games can be arranged br either phoning or wrltius .____ t-nin thai will iasls of this particular branc'i of sport. I 1VM hiving come, Drickcr was the unanimous choice 5pccUi train ivnd anlonicblles from i arts 0, Tbi! pro- ings opened on trie arrival of the V YORK May isuccial irains from Fcmie anil Cres- 7ri'and crew wljlcli won'lllc recent re- The central conrnlltee bavc already toll arrived al and ?.li> -Rlti of inn United Slates oipcdilion- Uecurid most of tut necessary equip- The members ot llie local brancli arvfo'ce-on the Seine river has jumpiiiE, pits, and lakc-ofls ol o.W.V.A..' uudcr Llcut.-Col. C. to compete in the iia- arc now in tlie Uciides'lho n.'l'ollen. met. the Irains and welcom cliaroVionEhiii regalia la be officers a working commiitce of lbe veterans, then, led W Z 'on IJke 'qulnliganiond. fvOcascadden Cooper, WCEley the Kernle Bugle Band, wlilch consist. in Auguit. It was an- Leckin were appointed. Ul, of Iblrteen tuglers and fLve drunv v.- A gem-raj uorkout .will be held on mere, fnarcJied to.lho ni'.y hall, where 1 nn Ihp memorial NCW ZEALAND TO C9MPETE (for tbo presidency, was elected Yiee-pf'esideul am. NKW YOHK May New WaddinEton secretary-treasurer. nouaceil. fce're la'et'night by Ihe .Xa- lonal Association of'Amateur Oara men, which Ill's invited the New inderE here; A general, workout-mil w- ui-m tnan-j ridoy n'lghl at.7.00 sharp and all-ID- a.wreath w crc'te'd arc asked lo meet at tlio "Y" to Iho hero.-.__. and suiU. TLcrc will be ders. by ulariy lilie to arrange i game with. A ul- can IxfthbHdge, -Macleod, Warner, Raymond JIagrath and any other town In the s'oulh thfl wants'to play home and home games. The laster they come tlie belter. ".ke iL jbnrs, 11. CKEESMAN. H'w'8 almost: post lime seconi race- at Havre de TEelu when big ganL _ held'Uiree dilapidated Jo bills of "Ahill Jes trarJEfo'm dese yerc.fn ment' securities 'Into 'ih'ce ll'l licket An Bpoly Je'.fccad he ejacnliied desperately. :'i wilt 'An siiuandercd on lips. Ah g'otia Irp'o'n in dis race cent bulleeve me, -Ui'm throush wit lips." lieu lu ._ ras placed on Ihe memorial boy's '-who sleep in e experienced tlie day. The parade, beaded by the clly teachers of mijbrook ischoolE, numbering 'alioiilisll hundred, the ]un: ior classes being accomi-oSsUs! -iraenibcrE of the land, :hoDl IFro-n Our Own CorreiponlenU___ May ronnitions in Ihls district wcro never'betlcr nor prospects brighter than al tlie present time Seeding is practically, completed. excepting a tow Isolated palcnes of rye The fraln in somo parts Is eight inches high, and has come un _yory cve'ii and regular. Of cour-c rain IE. or will bo needed Boon, but Ihe crop hiiB riot suffered on account of.dry wpotlier as yet. However, moiiture would be qillte wclcomo to everj-ono, and Is all that is needed to produce tlie broad ,mllE of complete that comeE with Ihc anllcipillou of burst-, ing granaries, wMl ccrlnlnly come lo pass If we aro favoured by -C Social i The" Vulcan base bull club gave h i very successful and aelightful d.ancc 111 j IhevVulcan hall on Friday niehl, in aid of the club funds, which were largely IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS -LIFE- INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE Eitlbilihee! ,1647 A Policy to Suit Every Need SEE H. J. H. SKEITH Sherlock Dlk. Rhone IJ13 SERVICL STATION ini Our Own returneu 10 IATH, Jlay TuesJay LhoI.L aauressra. wCTp, delivered hi party the necting Louse in honor oi twolnev H i( Lyon. aud Ihe school chil ______4-nn Mn nt KpTlnTl- "_____ nt nnrHhllR SOI1EB Jlay 71J5Jiy evening young men on the e'vo of tljetr depart- ure for tbe mission .They are Ilert toifrey and' Adrian Coleman. will-work in the'. Eastern and Stales respectively. A large u- lo tho autoa provided.. DjjraeniticrE of ABSoc'lhtlpnVjgcrrile Bugle n Greil War Veltramd injUnitorm, ac floats, decorafid aulomobllCE and bicy- cles. ACter marcuiim through Ihe busi iron of Ihe-lown Ihe. paraii' nt to do li ev ren sang a. Dumber of patriotic songt Ttc morning program was concluded by Einging-lhe Katlonal Antbcm. _ The afternoon program out on the grounds of Ihe Agricultural them God 'speed 6OLF are Marion MerMeyvWalla'cej Dudley gate receipts gate reteipia wl visaing hundred.dpllars. Jhe races, a b.. port, you ll'l da.rlra', keep Olt In dat money- Oil. you Booty liTliore Sleep1." bawled the holder of has "across dt boad." U a meeting of rho Eieculive Cou- Tiilltee of the I-elhbrldge Golf Club [held on Ihe evenine of Ihe n a (be It wras decided to accept Ihe Invitation of the Macleod: Pincher Creek Colt Clubs to puy'a of Inter- dub matches'. Tbe Oral ol games .will be played :oa the course of the Miclend week-end Uune I'at, and ihe" followim pliyerB Iwere. cbwen (o taka part: llessrs. D-'-'Ilume, II. A. 'It J II J, Shepherd, II. 1NC ilivnj [Held Donald Dnl, P. H. Toll, T. Oi- Unoul wildly- An amused crowd falh- .'land Foi, j. Miiir, Donald Thorn- erea aiia.watched his anllct. A. N. T. Me-1 .rrhell came the posting oUhe prices. Leod and A- H. Reid. Arrangements as to time of depart ue ovnu. Beantr wilh a bnrst of speed, sTrept to tie front snd crossed the line i winner. "Whee-ee! Ah And the Jucky ietlor Then came me- pvdiiBK -iic flpires wtat up, one by onf. At first tbe dartey (hawed Interest, then -before ot ine auemeritcd. The music -was dispensed by the High Mver orcic.itra, and was UiorouEhly enjoyed by 'everyone A -ery dainly supper was served at. o'clock. Over one. hundred iples were present and they kept up lne Jolly, parly uiilll Ihe wen .maf hours, when everyone went home, tired nut very happy- I -The girls' base ball club lie Is holding -a- dance and supper on the nishl of the 30th to provide funds for.uniforms, l ilc and" from'the-nuoiber of tickets: sold to date, should prove to tie a great j Success. Sport The 2Jlii was celebrated by flags fly-1 ind a base ball game between Ihe "and Stavely teamn, which tho opening ol the leaaons visiting team suf- aa ini ic. Gunner Brlgga returned last, week ifom overseas. He Is here visiting til sister -Mrs. Hale. He has spent som lime In the scrvico and Ma gralh people here. _ ilr. and Mrs. Jos. Earl wl3h W thank Ihelr many friends) lor the is- sisfance given them In Iheir recent Sad bereavement and for the lloral Iribules sent. I Tvlr. and Mrs. David Keel- er, a daughter. Mr and Mrs. James E. llarker, a son. Mr. and' -Mrs. Oeo. a. _ etlc events and Diseball games were well 'contested. Tliree ball: teams, J-ernle, Warduer and Wyclllfe. com- peted-for the prize, was won by Fcrnle .getting second money. In the open horse race, C. S. Johnston, rlJins Paltlnson's horse, was'lhrown and rendered unconscious, but was nol seriously hurt, to rido lii another race later In the "he day's fun concliided by a dance in Ihe auditorium from S p'ciock' U mVlghl. which was yell pa ronlzcl over fire hundred tickets Helnjs sold [Creel E ucltai, ns 5 to 1 in favor of the home taara. Webb pitched for Vulcan and Haynos or S lively. The first' score ot the season was made in tlie first toning, by Charlie MacMillan'who- knocked a two bagger to centra Held; -Vulcan ncorin; Iss rims In this inninglCliariio spent near- ly three yea" In France afia lie waan t drawing picking itraw- berrtes while visiting team scored one run in the 2nd Inning, and score on Vulcan didn't have to tlll.tliemselve at Ihe What the Willard Service Station Man Will Do For You Having cia'mlned your bat- tell you "act pondllioit. will csplaln Its relation la the rent ol system IDE' genenlor, lights, BO on. If these ara not1 In proper ad- Juttment he will lell you.l io that you can have them, proper- ly cured. He will tell you how your driving conditions' affect tha' ballerr. Ho w'lll show yon haw to nil as 'needed, every Iwo weelisrwltb' puro-walcr..' After ybiir, first visit he will lest .the bittery si any you' are not UiVy'.'Bliould, he will givo any advicB necessary. 31 South VI II I M Jl OH! BOY! .what you will when you see your iieil retread, If It's done (he i i -Dm KURE- WAY Tour tiro will te limit up with Ibe beat of fresh liew roalerla! anil will receive'-by curing In our nc-.v Ilib mold a design and flnlih tint must iliOEt exacting. Vulcanizing 2C3 13th SL S- Pan. Elliscn Mlili The New Overlaid and Willys-Knight Cars Aro favorites. bin demand for these cars; they arc more popular loan ever.'. Permanent Agency This agency eslabllBbed lo are going lo slay arc good. P. M. McKlNNON D13TRIBUTOR Roomi t Service-Station Olt Block, 5th Street Gouth, Near Hotel. K We Employ Traitied M eehanics Only II la'a'n.-'Hptnilve tuptrlment lo illow the untraljiei 1o automobile troublest to us and laarn 16 real ecopemy.. b. s. WILLIAMSON co; NINTH'STIiEET.ANp FOURTH AVENUE ____. ___ L" Coleman jr., a daughter. male by lie Committee atnuemept. .And wnen ne large crowd of young people were put can be Inform- tne oJSs were approiim.lely I applying to either sir. 50, J _ ____ I Itm t even- int at Ihe" home of Sir. and 'Mrs. A. TORONTO, May Tlr a score of 2 lo 1 the Bethlehem Stats defeated TENNIS STAR INJURED XKJW YORK, -May (llchardi, youthful tennis ttar. who Salardiy was; reinstated aflcr being suspended from-competition because of, hli connection with a sporllnK goods concern', loro a Hganient in his arm this afternoon when he allempt- to crank an automobile which was lo him to a tournament at Sew Ilochclle. According lo his physician, his Injury will keep him from Ihc courts for a. month. lister JlcDonald, 18, Hsgerslown Pa, stumbled over a on the street and "broke bis leg. This In the Inetccnlli broken bone be has suffer M. i an all-star Toronto soccer team In played here Saturday afternoon. The flrsl naif ended with tbe score. Toronto, I', Betliletiem, 0. About 000 enlhuslaaU witnessed the game, which place nt the University hemg a holiday. 'Mrs.- Miry C'onnely, Toronto, was elected second vice president of Ihe Women's Amillary of the Brother- iood of Railroad Tralnmon, In sess- sion'at Colurobui, O. manVfaclurc In Meslco Is itlractlng Ihe attention ..'pi officials icre The national factory, on the'out- ,klrls ot Mexico City has readied a jroducllon ol one complete machine a week. The motor, known as lhc_Azlatl, Is rated al SO horse power and Is de- scribed as "Hghl, service- Steps have already been taken toward construction of aerial bombs anil Ilic Mexican governmcnUa eaid lo plan building armored bombing pianea Ihla year. Armed robbers orerale-l in the vic- inity ;and St. Calharinea. YOU HEAR A LOT ABOUT OVER-SIZE TIRES What-you hear most about is MILEAGE. THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. May and raaloral support of the Marine Trades Kcderallon was tendered to the Winnl peg alrlkors In a Vole which car rled al a meeting federation yes tcrday. This vote rallficil the resolu lion'wlilch was cm liloyees of the Canadian VlcXcrs com pany on ThurErlsy last. A .dcleeallon from Iht 'Marine Trades Vcdcrallon will wall upon Hon. C. C. Dallanlync, minlelcr of marine, nt II o'clock TUM- 'ilay morning at Ottawa.. In Ihc mean- lime, ncgollsllons between the, com- pany and MB employees are open. FOR SERBIAN RELIEF W YOltlt Stay gift of by Hie IJnilid Stales Steel relief work In Scrlila end the Jugo-Hlav stales lias lieon irdnsmitl'-d (o Herbert C. Hoover, dir- ector general of Amcrloiu rulicf. MI mlnlntralion. Ihe '.AmcricanJugo-Hliiv relief organization announcer] today. Mrs. i'. It. Crorar, mother of London, died at llamlllon, to brine home Ihc bacon. We .Relieve Ihls earae Is only llio beginning of a Powerful Nash Motor 409 3rd AVENUE SOUTH ;