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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OCTOBER 19, 1920 DAILTf HEMLtt PAGE NINB Basketball Game Was Easy For Ltfcaiil Boys Increased Wages Demanded by Government Employees Raymond Did Not Have a Chance 'Against Bigger' Boys Boys Were Fast- er and Had Good Combination The high school a basketball team that is going 'to inak'e the other teams In the city .basketball league step lively. Not ,much should said about last night's .'game be- tween Raymond boys and tho Le'.Ubrtdje boys except that Leth- b rid go hart It all their own way and did not eiort theuiEelm at any' time during the game. The sstire .will be sufficient to pay about the play. Lethbrldga tin Is ted with, 'points and Raymond with I The hoys were bigger as a rule and had playing with them was prominent In representing the city In tho Green, r.f. r.g. j 1 i !TptaV and provincial games last George.found last dislrtct spring. night quite Differ eat and he exerted enough to score twenty-four baskets and three fouls. The high school have splen- did brand which lasl night not stop. It looked for a while as if the local boys needed a great deal more practice al tossing at the- baskets but 1n taerprsc- tlce before r the game -they _ plainly showed they are proficient at that and were not trying hard during the game: The -gained between the Raymond girls and girls was a different story. The girls were evenly the final score being eleven to two In-.fa'vor of Lethhrldge. Following are the Individual scores of the boys' game: LBTHBRIPGE Baskets. Fls.'ToL C. 2 24 3 -'5V .69 RAYMOND Baskets. Fls. Tot.' X '1 V 6 Nilsson, c. Chrfstison, .1 Weaver, Cooper, Jeffrey, Allen, sub...........3 10 Total........................ 18 Following are the individual scores of the girls', game: 'v Baskets. Fls. Tot P. Miles, o........... A. Simpson, l.f..... 1 r.f. 3 J. Mdlvona, l.g. M. Scott, r.f.......... Total....................... 11 1 'Baskets. Pis: Tot M. Holmes, l.f. 1 B. Larsen, D. Peftprass, r.f. li. Thompson, r.g....... Klmball, l.g....... ATELLIN MONTREAL TO DODGE INQUIRY IN BASEBALL SCANDAL STIRS THE APPETITE TO ACTION! indsdr Table Hon. T. H. Johuston, attorney gen- 3ral 'of Alauiloha, who is Inquiring demands of provincial gov- erhmehl employees for more wages. President Navin of. Detroit Club Has Not Selected Successor to Hughie as Yet Full Home Rule to lie Given-to Ireland, -Minister Says LONDON. Oct. 15. Wlnstoa Uritish war minister, In a sensational speech in Dun- dea oa Ireland :and Russia, during which .he fc'as interrupted by a wom- an In the gallery-' who shouted "You're a defended his own and the British goverpmeat's policy to- ward Russia and. declared. ''We are going to break ihls "murderous gang In Ireland'assure :as tho sun rises tomorrow Sir. Churchill.'ridiculed the fast of tho lord mayor ''of Cork, which brought ioud-; laughter from his audience; It was during.-Mr. Churchill's antt soviet .remarks thatv the" woman in- terrupted.-: Had to Uphold Justice "It Waar'durlng''' the 'silly1 season MacSwiney' announced 'his starve himself said. "If the in to Iririi tho whole administration of criinina justice %'ould haye been broken down MacSwiney Y want to 'die The government' didn't want him Jto die, but he has many friends in Ire land who wish he would die. Ntfw after nine weeks. ot-fasting, he stil Mr. Churchcill said Herbert H Asquith, former premier, apparontlj desired, punishment only for those Irish policemen', whosa comrade Were, shot ana killed, leaving wid MONTREAL, Oct.- Atel whose name has figure prominently in connection with the- baseball eipdsure In tho United States has been )lTine_in Montreal since the Investigation began according to the police. When told that be was.being sought In-the-United.'States f he is .'said-to have replied: v.. "They can't touch me here, and here 1 ......l.tW SPEAKER ENRICHED BY CLEVELAND: BOSS CUEVELiAND, Oct. Speak- er, manager of the champion Cleve- lafid r Indians, leaves tomorrow night for-a.week's fishing trip to Hice Lake, pnlarlp. He was today presented with a. large block of stock' lii the. Dunn and McCarthy Company, Chicago rail- way contractors, by Jas.: C. Dunn, president of. the Cleveland Club and president of thexompany, as a reward for giving Cleveland a champion team. man to replace Hughie the Ing her horrible fat Detroit baseball It has been man who brought J'.-HONOR--A Detroitfsince he 'NIAGA1 RA'-t 'resents Thirty-five -Thousands On Behalf Of i Archtishops Of England Archbishop Matheson, Anglican pri- nate of all Canada, who .presented :he Anglican Church of, Canada with meetings which ire now being held by the Synod of Rupert's Land 'RECTOR Canon "Beatify is Only Skin Deep" but a bearrtiful skin is possible only when the liver aiwLkidneysare active.anci the bowels functionate properly.' The secret of beauty aa well aa of health is to maintain perfect digestion and elimination, BEECHAM'S FILLS beauty and maintfT because they influence liver, kidneys, skin to functionate in harmony and efficic-.u.j.. Worth a Guinea a box.4 othc: be m; had former manager o: Sox, and Ty ed In baseba: cessor.i to the leadership the'-Tig'. Cobb has play ball several1 would not accept a managershlp-uhlfl hia playing days are oyoK Rowland Is a scout for the Detroit v- Cobb.fijye'beejt irtenlfon- all circles bas Pay Tax Anears Save Land Fr( Sale By Auction treasury of- the province js beiiiK swelled'thls fall by the. receipts, arrears' following the application of the tai arrears which requires payment of all taxes Jn the province 'up to -the .end. of last year, falling which the'lands or prop- erties will be sold for taies. Hon. C. R. provincial treasurer, said Thursday morning that the effect of the' advertising all land in arrears for sale du.ring'the next two months has been'payment of SUCH ar- rears in a growing volime. Although considerable' sub-divided properties outside ciWes.'and .towns are apparent- ly'-'allowed to go'.to. the auction block for arreas. Mr.. Mitchell says nearly ail outstanding accounts against farm lands are being paid to nvold tho sale and the total collection of the province In this manner-is already large.- The provincial treasurer refers to thesfact that-many of these arrears have been standing for several years and the deficits which liavo had to be met by the; government In annual ac- counting-were the result ot.lhe.non- payment of ;taxcs due. .This, year the situation promises- to be greatly 1m- AVOID ALUM IN FOOD Baking Powder is one of the most important food Alum or other injurious acids are frequently used by some concerns to lower the cost of MAGIC BAKING POWDER Contains No Alum It is ec pure phosphate baking powder and is guaranteed to bethebest, purest and ;most health-' baking powder possible to produce. W. Matthew Williams, in -Chemistry of Cooking." sayw "Phosphate? are the bone- making material of food and have something to do with building up of brain and nervous Made in Canada .1 proved .iptii 'as regards payments of current taxes, and' the collection of arrears. ,v: X TRAINER OF WAfc TO APPEAR IN VAUDEVILLE WINDSOR, on 'good.authority that 'Louis trainer of Man'6' Wari' has'sighedva contract to appear Ing winter. His' It .-Is unnefs'tond, evfery' large city on tho'American'continent. fiaiarY -Sf ilO.OOO ,for.bis.Eervl.cesj ,as and ten per'cent.'of the total earnings; of all horses under his JiiriSSictlon 'Last year Man o' War won in the neighbor-, hood of His recent earnings havo brought the araonnt'to-approxi- mately Should Man o'-War win the matched race, it 1s likely that he will be exploited in the movies. -Fines totalling resulting from convictions In cases wore collected'in Windsor, during the past Better "than Pills Liver Ills. I 25CBOK For by J. O. Hlglnbotham Co- CALUMET, Oct.- American Hockey reorganized this year with Calumet back in. Calumet refused to join the league last year and this action weak- ened the association considerably. The makeup of the circuit is not definitely It is believed (twill include Calumet, Houghton, the two Ooos and possibly St. Paul. The entry of the alter qity seems to he conditional on he formation of t. league on the Iron possibly including St. Paul, Duluth, Hibblng and Evelclh. It.this eague is formed, arrangements be'mado for. a post season series be- tween the two circuits. NOVELTY of combined with unusual harmoniesbf color has placed Sweater Coats high in the estimation of 'men and women who love outdoor life, Penmani havo realized that thl) popularity .can only be retained by.backing up style arid cofor wilh quality; ana have 'accordingly knit comfort and durability into every garment. Sweater Coats "TnE STANDARD OF Pmmtfit Umiltd, Patis, Aim Makcn ef UnJermar and MARQUARD'S SHARE WORLD SERIES COIN ATTACHMENT CINCINNATI, Oct. B. Bruce, secretary of tho National com- mission, today was served with tachment on Pitcher Mar- (juard's share s.prics receipts, two judgments lot- allns }S40 ngalhst( the Brooklyn pitch cr In therNew.-Ynrk at tachmcnt notice, did not state oh vf tho suits were based. Comfort Baby's Skin With Cuticura Soap And Fragrant Talcum NEW ISSUE OF TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Proparatlona are now being made by Iho Alberta Onrernnient Telephone [or the publication of the Janua Issue of Iho Telephone Directory, ant the Public are rejected to note ttia no new Insertions or-changes to pre ilenl lisflngs mado In the pi rcclory, unless notification be given !o tho local offlco before'December 1st, 1620. Advertisers desiring to reserve space In tho January Directory should notify tho local office Immediately or communicate wlili the Directory partmcnl, Albnrta Oovernment Telfi- phones, Rubbers Must Fit to Wear THE leading shoe toes realize this; That is one reason why they always stock Dominion Rubber System rubbers; Dealers know that rubbers must fit have the exact heel and width of the shoe being order be comfortable and to give long and satisfactoiy service. They know, too, that Protect your health as well as your shoes by, rubbers this winter. em Rubbers include shapes and sizes fit the shoes of every member of the women, boys arid girls, They know, too, that Dominion Rubber System rubbers have the sturdy quality and expert workmanship to give you the kind of wear you have a right to expect. These are some of the reasons why the leading stores sell and recommend Dominion Rubber System rubbers, and why you should uisist on having them, ;