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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX Tl'KSDAY, OC1011KR US, 1'JI'J E-D.AK.y HERALD By G. Me Manila UP FATHER1 ON'. V.-WERE KM'SHT Or OLO- WHERE LAS'b OF THE WHERE li THE. OLO WHERE MV HAT? i WHERE ARE OLD MOTHER WHO VStO TO CCOK WHERE ARE THE. HEN WERE to PotvTE LIVERY Phones: Special rHntes on Country SPENCE BROS. OTT AUTO LIVERY Special Service, oil .Couotrj Trips. Phones 787 ILMO BUY VICTORY BONDS IN THEJWORLD OF Sunset Hill Professional Tops j Record of Walter Hagen, Open Champion Boy, page Waiter llafion, national Jopea cbiinpiou. and tell him he's the best golfer in Aniericn. There hp.s been somt- discussion in MONTREAL. Ocl. The iaier- colleEiate tract chnmpionsbips took ihlc afternoon irith the" repre- sentative! of JlcGill. Queens anil 'Varlslj- compctinE- The proceeilluiE opened by the formal dedication ol the n-w McCill Eladium. erected at a cost of JrS-.OOO. given late Capt Perclyal Jlolson, who fell In action July i, 1917. i An addreaa iras read b7 Dean Moyes lo Lieut-Col. Herbert Molson, brother of lie domor, acknowledging Lhc pre- sentation on behalf o! McGili Uimers- Ity The bulliJlnf "was (ormallr de clared op't-n bv Eroll McDonald, chEir- 6! the tiiilf e'rtiiy "stadium com- mittee. A summary of TeEuIls. tollqw 100 yards r 5 'u.S.'VoOTBALL SATURDAY j GAMES crown, bai ODC- divt into the dope, one slant at Old Man anil: yon hare lo ailmit Hagen hasn't 1 0 a chance in the woria lo challenge j the Sunset Hill nrjCcssiomil right io Ihe laurel Stand ing out of the figures, like ,lhc -.veil-known lighthouse in a thin mist, is an achievement thai mates he common or garden golfer Ibrotr up his hands and give his golf slicks and bag to the chauffeur lo dump iu the riTer. Same being LONDON, Ok'l. ol Sti onlay's British fooiball First Arsenal Bradford CUy 1. Hradfonl 1, Chelsea 0. Burnley 1. Liverpool 2. Darby C. 1, OWiRQ! Athletic 1. Kverton 3, Blackburu Hovers 0. Manchester City Wed ccs Jay 2. Middleboro 1. Ashiou Villa 4. I'res Ion North Knd 2, Newcastle R.r Kennedy, ilc- Eastern Garnet Colgate 7t Princeton 0. Tuits 0, Vale "7. Virginia 2. Hsrvard 47. Ufayelte P. 23. t'ornell 0, WasDingron and Jefteraon 13, Sjra- CU56P. Norwick 0. 20. Araherst 7. Columbia 9. IS, Cfporgia Tech. 6. Pennsylvania Slate -13, Urinus 7. Xa-vy 21, Buckcell 6. Army 1H, college 0. Camcgle 0, "Lehigh 16. Virginia Poly G, State 0. Williams 13, Hamihon 0. AVest Virginia U. 60, SeLhiny 0. Western Maryland 9r El. Marys 0. Swarthicore 20. John Hopkins 13. 65. Lebanan Valley 0. Penn. MUllary college 14, SL John 14. Maine Bates 17, 47T Union 0. U. 2. Manchester U- LoUon 0. West Bromwlrb Albion S, Notts 47T Lnton o. 'Wlerens M, Rhbde'Island Stale ccl- Glll, won; J. C. Hay, McGtll. second; G. C: Toronto, third; time ]1 1-5 seconds Half-mile H. L. Hamilton, Me- oni, won; J. D. Kins, AlcGill. secoai; M. P.' McLeod, Toronto, tliird; lime 3-5. Pole vault ,1. D. Counterman, Toronto, won; TV. S. Autllff, McGIU, 'tecond; P. F- Mclntyre, Toronto, third. Height nine feet seven inches. 16-nound hammer throw R iron: Jl. F. Foster, Toronto. i D. P. TtlcLellan. third. tance. 125 feet 6 14 laches. One mile- T. R- Hamilton. Mo Gill, iron; W. S. AulllH, IfcGlll, sec- ond; R, A. Jamleson, Toronto, tnlrd. Time, 4-5. Running broad jiunp W. n. Ken- nedy, MoGIII, fron; M. K. Wells, Me- Olll! second; J. B. Toronto, :lhlrd. Distance, 21 leal, 5 3-4 Inches. 220 yards D. Johnston, McGlll, iitoa; 3. O. Hay, McOlll. second; C. Toronto, third. Time, !4 3-6 EecondE. PutUns 16-pound shot R. TV. 1 JYanK, Queen's, -won; R. S. Foster, Toronto, second; J. J. Notman, 'Glll, third. DiElante, 57 teet 1 1-Z ioches. lege 2. MahienburE 13, Catholic 0. New York U. 9, Rensselaer 0. Bowdoin 30, Colby 0. Trinity 20, Worcester" Tech. 7. Holy Cross 69, Connecticut Aggies 0. setting Middle Western Results Jlinnesoia 6, Iowa 9. Ohio Stala 13, 3. Wisconsin li, Ullnoia 10 Northwestern 0, Chicago 41. Michigan AKS'-ea Depauw 0. Missouri R, Drake 0. Western Reserve 52, Baldwin Wai- larc 0. In competinE in the Shawnce open and the irestern opaa tourney, which t folloired ibe Shannee ovent. 13arnes 235 lor the 72 holes and 253 for the tourney, a total of 56S, or an average score or 71 strokes a round for eight COUECC.U- tlT.6 rcunds .or golf. Thai is un achievemeut covering such n yardage 8.5-to remove all chunce o[ its having bQen a sireafe of luck. Golicrs will Le-illfy .liat.Daras. .FicJile Fortune: nnver could be failhEal to any goller1 that long. 31 was vunderlul goU, and alone -a-oald be ecpas'ii'to alainp Bfrnss as Ihe bL-st fioli'far of Uie year. Wins In North" and SoiAb But tliat is only a high light from his season's record. Jim started his triumphant march to honors by bagging iirst money in lhc open tour- fnnmcnt al Deland. Fla., jn new record lor 72 'holes with 2S2. The next triumph (or Barnes was First Division UarDsley 0, Sioi'kport 0. 0, Wes'Jiam United L Ilur.v 1', South 1. Coventry C. Of Bristol C. 0. Fulham 2. HuJiJersricm T. Z. Grimpby Town Hull Cily 0. Leicester Fosse 2. Blackpool 3, Lincoln City 2, Clapton Orient 1. Nottingham F. 1, Wanderers ,1. Stoie 3, Hoihcrham County D. Scottish League DumbarLau 1, Jlailh i. LONDON, Oct. rusby foofhall results Saturday were County Championship No rib umber land 0, Cumberland 3. The Ireland, and .Eagteml assocla- Ion niatcb played before apec- ators at Belfast found .Ireland, stn y represented, and the visitors were nvtber Inckj lo goal at the ;tarL with, were, able Lo draw. "Morniigilde college 3, South Dak- ota 13. Dc-nlaon UnJrenHy ol Clnclnnali 2. 1 0. lue Xo'rlh and Soulh tournament at S. C., in March, when be took first money Tor the second time iu the event, stroking tho 72 holes in 294. Dames then led the field in the in EASTERN HATS LAD Washington university 13, Grlniwll Stale college 0, Kansas 0. Oberlln la, Miami 0. Woosler 25, Case 0. Xolre Dame 63, Western norm si 0. UnlveraltT oi Detroit 16, Georse- 3TB 13. Rolla School ol Mines 0. St. LoalJ unlvently 21. Caratgle 0, Lehlgh IS. Poly Maryland Stale 0. Williams 13, Hamilton 0. Oklahoma nnlYeriily 7, Fargo eolleefi 6, U. ol North Dakola -Datola, iEglf? 0, South Da- kota State 0. Hfimllne 11, fit. Thomas 6. MacAJester 9, St. Olat 6. Ripon college 14, Belolt collega 0. Knoi college 64, tllfnola 0, COB college U, Carlelon 0. How Polj 21, Butler 7. 9 Southern Score! Clemson 14r Tenneeaee 0. WashJnelon and Lea collego Mississippi 12, Tulane 17. Kentucky slaie r., 3f.wance 0, Vnorterblll 1, Auburn 6. IxjUislaoa. 0. (jeorgla 15r Florida 0. Games L 120, Wbltrnan college 0. ritation tournament for amnteura and professionals al the Rldgedslc Coun- lrj-> club, SI. Louis, scoring 143 lor 36 'holea. From Ridgedale names Deyert to Kansas hlrr he -non tbe Tri-Cily open held on Friday aficmoon over the rtmains ol Miss Beryl Himl- whose death occurred tha Tlrfl vl tLe Bishop Harker conrtutled tLe ser- vices irhlch were held In tho L. D. S. thurch. The crowd present anil Ihe bcantUul Horal ollerincs showa in wiiat great esteem Ihe young ladv was held. The lUudley family have lived iere aiuce Magratli xvas Tirsl settled and has spent lhc varl ot her lire here- and ivas well kiio-.vu by everj-one, old and young- To Xnov aer was lo love- her as she most lorublo type. She leaves n large circle of relatives and denr Iticnds 10 mourn her loss. The choir of Trhom lias been a fnithful member, under Ihe directon ot Byron Tanner "Sweet Rest in Heaven'-'; "Of My Falher" and "I Need Thee Fjvery Hour." A duel "Unan- swered was BUILB by Mrs. Bpb- cock and Mrs. Harker. The speakers were O. A. who Bpoke o[ life hereafter. J. Gibb, who spoke on the Jiffc or tbc Saviour and A. Mercer, n Ufa time friend ot the family, spoke of Ihe faithfulness oC (lie family Tor four generations and the beautiful life ot Beryl; her dying thoughts were of her mother. Beryl has been n faithful teacher in the Sunday school kindergarten, class and, it is here she will ba grcally missed by the remain- ing teachers and the children who loved her so much. The tallowing lines were dompoaed by Mrs. Iner Bennelt and read aL Ihe. service by Harlem hospital. Loihbridge. is re-] covering fruoi her recent operation. .Mrs. Spcllmay, who has been spend-1 ins the cummer with her Mrs, hag relumed to uer ihoiue in Sea I He, Wash. The WODICD'B lustlluto will hold tlielr regular meeting ou Friday, Oci. list in iho tou-n hall at 3 p.m.. A good program will he remleieil and refresh ;nrnis served. nvltcd. All Sailiee arc cordially CAM Dislricf Heing Cleaned Last Carmangiiy Soldier linck From the War ourncy, lakiag ?'J7 strokes for .olcs. The fall Corntahinau, at Iho top of ils game at tbi3 lime, then pro- eeded to emash a few records in the ipen 'tournament at Shawrneo-ou-lhe Delaware. Barnes first set a .ourae record by stroking an 18-hcIe G7 and then the ournamenl at M-iylicld, Ohio, Trhlch record for the 12 holes oC IITC strokes under Ibe olJ mark. High Monty at Then, came tho ircgtora open ;ournarnenL in First place, setting a still found Dames plajing nt a won- derful gall. Jim T7on high the 72 holes In 283 strokes and lyiDX Ibe he made In nlng the gamo event BI [anJ two years previous. The mark of 2S3 stands as the record for 72 i tj. t'f -J .J EASTERN RUGBY HAMILTON, OcL Tigers gained a strangle bold on the nig Four championship by defeating Ottawa here yesterday 10 lo 1. The Senators were not at full strength, aocl although they managed to keep tha score within reasonable proportions during the first half, they were clearly outplayed by tbc yellowbacks. Tigers have more games lo play, both s at home and should they win twice and Ottawa do the same, play- off games would be neccessary io de- cide the title. However, on (be show- Ing of the Senators here yesterday, it Is hardly likely they will prove equal to the task of downing Arogj in To- ronto end M.AjV. In. Montreal. The last naiued two teams are (he onez feared hy the locals. Argos 12. M. A. A. A. fi. Toronto Varsity 28, Queens 1, Ueachera 2S, Drms 0. Toronto Capitals 6, .Hamilton R. C. (From Ojr Otrn Cor CAHMANGAV Oct. GoodBir the last of 27. Thos. he tTannanguy RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Dona By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY arc specialists io. Yulcan- iiinfi AYudcrs. Ltthbridte Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avcni'e South PHONE 1664 BUY VICTORY BONDS Character Is what we btilld Into ovcry tire thai we retread or repair. Class (iiialtty and durability ara Hie objects ot mir liiguesL en- deavor. The matter ot value; giving Is our chief concern. Wo appreciate a. man as much ;ia we do his business, Ritchie's VulcaniEing OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS BUY VICTORY BONDS joys to return from und lias hjs old Job bict in Carmangtiy ia the telephone depl. Ercryboilr is Blad tojf see Tom back al 4. Manitoba 20, Victorias 0. RUTH DEMANDS World's Champion Slugger Wanla More Money From Fraztc Mrs. Mcrklv: To Beryl Dear little friend or btli-r nay a gone by; Today I'm thinking or you RS the tears be-dini .my eye, And I cannot realize ihn.L bave gone away, To other friends and loved ones, And left us here alono to stay, Only yesterday H seems I saw you, Happy faced and full of life, Now to other fields they've called yoo, Far away from pain and strife. Hut we mlaa you, yes we miss you, Your dear face no mure we'll greet. Nor will hear your sweet voice sing- ing. When In Sunday School we meet. How the litlle ones will miss you, Miss your Ewcot and gentle charm, Miss the stories IhaL you told them. Misa your presence every rnorn, Oh hoTv'can we go lo meeting Little frlecd, wiUioul you there; To help us "with our planning, be EO bard lo bear. Rut Ihcn, surely unto Heaven has called you there to leach His other darling babies. That on earth we could not reach. And we humbly do ueseacb aim, To guide us Ir: the right That we may one day meet you In that home of love and light Where we still may call you sister Aad clasp again your hand AJ we have by work together ]n thai other happy land. 11. Bennelt The family appreciated the htlp an Frank Johnson and Fred Wisrnan have belli buying cattle in this OLE- trlct for Ihn last. week. I Dos Folk is teaching school at; Chantler, Alberla. Jas. Davey.Lln Carter and Lew Hul- burt same home fro'm S'.andard; Alia., for A day or two. They oipcct to re- turn on Tuesday have Jqts'ot carpenter work .up.1 there, they will have work most .'of tho win- ter. The snow slorm and the cold wea- ther made most of the.people In town think thai winter, had come and no coal in for the winter. A ,U. Quaylo was a Calgary visitor last Saturday and Suuday. B. D. Hummon is shipping n carload f callle to Calgary this week. H ecms loo had that most ell of the lock is being sold In the Carmangay Istrlct on "accounl ol Ihc Ehortane of ood. Minnie and Florence Kolden are le-iving Carmangay week for Lclbbrldgc to work, Minnie Is. going o open a dressmaking shop, and Flor- ence will irorK in.a music store. Everybody reported a good time nt he W.'l. Qlrls' club dance lasl Thurs day nighL Much complaint Is heard of lals .'roui the usera of gnaolino AS to tbo ioor quality of gaa now bc'.ng aup piled In the lown. IL IB slated to he iboul. Iho worst-ever imported and all are complaining o. the difficulty in endeavoring to use It. H is necessary wllh slallonary engincR lo keep cnnllnually removing and clean- ins the epark plugs In order to the engine-EOing, and this H is re- ported Is due to the nuallly ot the gasoline which deposits an un- usually large amoiinl of secllmcnt on the Esn-.e, and otherwise dlrtlea up the engine. n, U. Snyder.waa a Calgary visitor IBJII week. AUTO OWNERS mnrkc Storm Curtains witb Glass HEMBf and rsdlzlor cor- rrg. Everything for the Auto Tops THE LETH- BRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6lh Ktreet Kent, to Herald Olllco G.-T. BLUNTrPROP. BUY'VICTORY BONDS The Mechanical Garage Used cars boneht nut) sold. General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd St. Cosy Roller Rink. Phone 1190 BUY VICTORY BONDS Bympatliy Jn the slcVness nnd deaii ol Uielr daughter anil also tbc follow fended his IlUe at match when slene, B (hrcc Montana State Montana School AUTOSTROP RAZOR riah 20, Idaho ft. 1-Uh Agricultural 19, Mon- tana BUte college 0. Wyoming 35, DfcDTer C, C'olorSao U. Colorado collegs IV University of Southern (California Pomona 0. New Mexico 0, Colorado School of ..Jinej 0, W. H. 0. 14, California 4, Stanford 14, 0. A. C, S. fesl'.ng Fred of Washington fo- The Boston (-luh n tho fintil match play tournament jlagod for professionals and the event wan played only once before, ilarnos capturing the title in 1911. The victory brought Darnea ft gold medal -ffllh a IM-watl aparkler and jave the Suns-it 11111 club the right o put up bond find foe-p n trophy emblematic of Hamea' vktory for ons year. The self-stropping feature of the AutoStrop Razor provides you with u keen- cdged blade for each shave. Strop HOPPE CUNO8 TO BILLIARD TfTLE Defeats In Final Match for 18-2 Balk Una Championship realized much on my value nnd I think that I am cnUiled lo twite as murn as my r on tract calls for.1' who nlaus to raaV-c en in- dfeflnllo ilny on the Pat-Vic COB at, aald Ihat he did not oipcct to hear from Pre.iHcnl Harry of The club until The club was ready lo move houth. Mr. 1 "razee, who was ti> day, did lint, see UuLh and noih- Ing it aay about baseball before leaving for New York lonight. Cousin Lconc Thomas; spray, Cousins Fred, -'inoic and Vila Karrtn; huge spray. Mogr.illi .school; wreath, Kin- dergarten learhors Elsie 'Murray, Kim llnrter. Genera Edith Thlla Safcery; Bprayj, 7th grade; Sunday school ica- ehcrs; ,M. 1. A.; Ward choir; Motion Ohlpman: Nnllle Tp.ylor: Viva Dan- rock; Vera Panser; Minnie Tliorpe; Gladys Cnhnon; Hazel Rlrlr, Moll n. Urcflahaw and family; Working Gnng Fpvcnian Killp.d When Car of Concrete Causes Trouble AVINNIPKU, Oct. .Mr Call, foreman of a working ganp. was killed and seven men of t'tifi party narrowly escaped death today in 9. wreck on (he Canadian Pacific MATCH ER-TLE AND MOORE MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. Moor Oct. Moore Memphis, Tenc.. and M'.he Si. Paul, both liave btsn matched to boi a 10-rounn, no to- cfsion houl here Xorembor 10. ar. cording lo an anncrjocement, rjia'lc here toofght, NEW YORK, Ocl. 28. Willie iioppo Ccfcaled Jftkft 3c'naefer In the final match or Iho professional 13-2 balk line national championship ijll- ilard tournament, 400 2U. This TO MEET GIBBONS For 10 Rounds at St. Paul Kail; Tree Cook end family; fiuby Skelton nnd Uessie November 21. j The pallbenrers were young ST. PA IX, Minn., Oct. jaml school mates of Bury I nlchnnl O'Dowd of Ht. mld'Jlcwelgbl Horace Jay Anderson, Mr. p.ud Lloyd Kabery: Mr. Mid Hallway main line here. A irain of Mrs, A. N'. -Smllh; Kva, Harden flat cars canylng concrelB plors lo Jay Anclcrton; SaOle, Taylor and Km- be usefl In conalrlicllon work on :t ma To'culrlp; Ijsllfc LUnhHold nml al Emcrflon and pulllns Ihree champion, aiitl Mike also of jjMtft left Hoppb wlib a porlect record frjr IhelfiL Paul, ono of leading aspiranU jHabpy, eii Tirtorloa and no for Iho were matched horo today j A mcnling ol Ihc Ucfeala. Ills grand average for all to fight 10 r-jiinAe al lha SC. Paul Hinll-j nas hftlrt on RaluMay cvonlni Ihc games was <7.5, Kcrium '21. the (nwn hall, Ora Mnmfngslur j Tamada. to In the 20th B; iicriiini AOIcm.Tcr Ji i Jolin K. Fleddy announced IhetordQr Rti'l (or the oj.pnir.g ot Ramc will be a no-decision Mtair. the rninpRlgn on Monday, The PRIHOETON WINS of the lournpmenL O'Dowd ivlll receive IIS.tlKf anrt hihpd In IMF. 1oih Inning with a run Ulibboni will get cfen' lhc Inf Ifrt carotnn. He also niaJe rum of lioncd that the people -.till do thelrlrrt In, but coiipllns broke and lliel 3TRACU3B. Y., Oct. lil an-l fj, having tn afcMfe of ton won cross country race, Syra-1 Yarnada's fcest rur.s were 61 and eecond and Massachusetts Tech and bis average third. tho fart that Simens and cf Syracuse, finished first and second, Princeton gathered In more- points on tho lolal. Danie Mcfnlyrc, of North cheater, is dead, In blr siily-fnurlh I) ear, A man In a New York court, on being fined J35 for tpfeodlnR remirH- cd Well, these courU always lake tbt word Q( a cop ahoiiL-overrlhing." "One day inrjail for that (he will do their part and !t left Ihe yards Ihu (ore noott. At the Tfrst bridge concrete froiRhi. of Ihe lasi iwo can on the train out loo far on (he aide lo clear '.ho bridge, hut tho (lal cars kept moving and the wort cflr -win pnllcfl (2 to Hie of concretfl -.velRhlr.it sertFi tens each, Ihe boilj ,.h of lhc car nnlrl? Bheartrt olf and whei In I body rccoTCffid ll w; hurr.iid almoat hsyond Tccognltloir. The second workers' car WHB flriwn in lo the concrete and Its end part and K ell posalble on this another country's call. Wallace Johnson, Lloyd and Ray Honnelt. Arid Hudson left Saturday morning lor Salt Lake City, Utah, ithere ihey T7II1 ntlcnd ichool this wlntor. .Mn. J, J Head i; in the Van llvei wcro saved. Service Mm Service Station for the lamoui IC-TV Magnetos. All mahcs of magnetos, gencralors, colla paired. Fnll slocy of rcpnfr psrtl car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARQrO The Roy Electric Co. C1B Alb Avenuo South PHONE 735 BUY VICTORY BONDS WELDING Car Repairing ACENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES Itie Welding COMPANY 2nd Avt., opp. LelhbrltJgf 1544 VICTORY HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Ilofore Iho Ttunb, H ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 419 Fifth 61. 8, BUY VICTORY BONOS b'nlon plr.fcots In Ino CMcogo alec] dlslilct had lo dml with a slrlko within l Union cub drlTtrl, Urrj'lric p'ckcls lo their fiontu, refiiitd to tlic tblrlten liours JemirjtlBi. Oyster Thelh are bclnc used tl loiislvely In the. rnantifnclure. or 1'on Iftnd reuienl filong Ihc rnnit gt lln Uul( o( McJlco. ;