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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1920 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Lethbridge Defeaiedffey C.P.R. Team Calgary Gets the Better of a. Hard Cor.-, test By 2 to Crowd] Out to Gets Home Team's Lone Strong Wind in First Half Helps Visitors. The visit of the Caljary play agulnst Lc-thbrldse's best proved a great holiday soccer attraction, uod Iba largest gato ot was out ou Day luoruing to witness llio contest. Lethbrtdeo went to defeat by 2 to I, but every oiic ot the spectators got tliclr money's worth In a game full o! thrills, aud action. The contest was only an ex- hibition one, but each eleven played their hardest ,and it was ninety mln- nloE of hard gruelling. The Leth bridge eleven played exactly as pick- ed, and they sported the Callie colors. C.P.It, hail the same eleven, with the exception of the right half, that defeated the- Calgary Calllos.m line, and. Cartwrlght in caught the eye ot lid the "Black Cup series week.- the previous Calgary won Hie toss anil chose the north end ami also had the advantage of a strong breeze behind them. Billy Miming right from the kick-OS tested the- .visiting goalie, and lie cleared his lines easily. Calgary took to the other end, and Morris, the visiting centre forward, had n glorious opportunity to place his side ahead. About six yards out be had the goal at his'mercy, aud the spectators breathed a sigh of relief when ho lifted over the bar. Calgary pressed for a time aud Campbell headed out nicely when the home defence was bard pressed. The -vlnd was a distinct advantage to the visitors, and the Lethbrldge forwards had a hard time to get going. Apple- by, however, got in a beauty, which Gilhooly cleared. Tennant was forced to give a corner when hard pressed by JlcLaws. but a foul by ono'ot .the visitors saved' the situation. Dunlop saved a long shot front Battlfe la good style. McLuckte took the ball to the other end, and from the resultant cen- tre Appleby tested the visiting custo- dian. Mid-field play was the order for a time, the homo team keeping the .Visitors well in hand considering the handicap of a strong Tennant did well to clear right in the goal mouth, taking the ball off. the foot of Morris, when the visiting centre for- ward was about to shoot. The1 first scs: came to the visitors after play had been in progress about half an hour, and came from the foot of the left half, Nesbitt. It a long, drop- ping shot, which entirely deceived Dunlop. Billy Llnning broke through just after, but could not seem to get going, and was robbed by Carrington. Dunlop mado a clever-save when'he foil full length and put the ball around tho post, tho result ot a hot grounder from Cartwright. Tho home goalie aiso deserved, credit for a clever clear- ance of a Jong twisting shot from Mo- Laws. A foul was also awarded the visitors just outp.ide the'penalty1, but the kick proved futile. C.P.F- were pressing hard at. this'Elage, and the homo defence worn hard put to II to keep them out. The whistle blew for half-time with the score 1 to 0 In fsvor of the visitors. Lethbridge started the second per- iod as if they meant business, and kept the ball in the visitors' territory for a time. Pink came close to equal Izing when he just headed over. Me Luckto had a nice chance, but was robbed when, about to centre. Gilhool cy saved a hot one from Billy Llnning and his brother was pulled up for offside when nicely placed. The Cal gory goalie also did well to gel rlt of a grounder from Pink, and McLuck ie was'siow when he should have rui through with the ball. About 20 min utes of tiic second half bad transpired when Lelhbridge 'got their equalizer, and the point was veil deserved. Ap- pleby was the player who did the trick, and it was a real at that. He banged the ball home from about 25 yards out, and Ollhooley had no "earthly." Just afterwards Billy Utinlng got laid out and retired for a time. The gamo was inclined to bo rougli at this stage, an'd Campbell got with Hornby. Linnlng re- turned ami signalized his appearance with a solo effort. The wind had now dropped, aud neither team had'any advantage, give-and-take play being the order for a ttmc. goal for Calgary came about 12 min- utes before the finish, and Cartwright was the opportunist. A foul had been given against Hilly Llnning, tho kick being well placed in the goal mouth. Clarke misjudged tho ball, and Dunlop ran out to Cartwrighl was a fraction quicker and put Into the open goal. Dunlop mado a nice save just after from Morris, and llnmmy Miming camo awfully close when bo hit the upright. LcMibrldgo had hard lines In the closing stages, dud onco Apploby had tho spectators on their toes with one of hfs drives, Tho whistle blew for time with Calgary winners of a hard-fought contest. The following the line-up: CALGARY C. P. n. Oilhooloy Clarke Carringloo, Hornby Battle Nesbtit Oartwrlsht Wright McDouja! Morris H. LJnnins Apploby MeLueWe W. Llnuins Pink Shaw Campbell W. Dunlop Tennant Clarke- Dunlop 'LETHBK1IXJK Mooro. Moo're.and R. Mulr. NOTES Calgary C.P.R. hava smart team and one can easily understand wby they kead tho Calgary league and won the Black Cup series. They are well balanced and have not a weak spot. They pojsDES a brilliant forward particular Lolhtridge crowd. The big centre half, Battle, was tower of strength to their de fence and was a hard pats. The backs and goalie also put in a large amount-of work, and did it well. The Letbbridge team were at a dis- advantage In never' haying played to- gether, and it would hava been a good idea to have had the team in a try-out with another eleven previously. Per- haps If this had been done there would have bceu a different result. Tho forward line at tlmes'put in some great combination, and classy rushes, but McLuctle was not given the chance to show the ability he Is cap- able of. Pink is more of a half-back, and seems out of position amongst the forward line. All the halves were clever and did great .work, Campbell in particular using bis bead to advah tage. The home.backs did creditably against a fast forward line, and Dun- lop made some good saves. However, Calgary C.P.R. will al ways bo a great drawing card, and here's hoping we shall see them iu action again this season, perhaps iu the Bennett Shield.-.: Sir Beecham, Now A Bankrupt LONDON, Sept, The Dally Mall seys Blr Thos. lieecham who Inherited a fortune from Xleecuam's a.ud who as an opsratic- conductor and im- pressarip has spent fortunes producing operas In England, has been declared bankrupt. He wss In flnancltl diPl- cultles some 1lni3 In November W- When bo was sued for debt he declar- ed ha had inherited a half million m hts father but was unable lo benefit by this owing to h.Is father's labilities. Ilia wife was formerly' Ullca Wells of Xew York, a noted ex- ponent of divorce reform. HOTEL PLOOK DISAPPEARS WINNlPtXS. Wan.. Sept. Clarendon. Hotel block, which has oc- cupied for ninny years one of the most valuable business comers on Portage Avenue, hie been torn down aucj is being a modern business block. The famous semi-circular 1UO- Jool bar has amde way for a drug itore'B 50-foot soda counter. School With Practic- ally Holiday. Seekers Returning (From Our Own Correspondent) UA'RO.NS, Sept. School opened pn Wednesday, Sept. 1, tt 9' a.m. TlsiS f-'r and a new etaff ot teachers, with tho ex- ception of two. cutting will have come to au end in this .community, and the rumors of tUrcuhiug are iu tho air of next week'e ovonls. >Iost of Baron's citizens have re turned after holidays. Mrs. J. Welsh and daughter returned Wednes- day morning, also Kev. S. and Mrs. Pike and. Beryl, from the, mirth wlrere they, have been spending their holi- days. moved !uto tbe lious.e formerly occu- pied by .Mrs. Sherwood aud daughter. llev. P. Korsler and family were visitors la Barons an Thursday on Ihelr return to Lomond, ijr. Forster bad been attending the Methodist .dis- trict meeting la Letbbri'Jge, Wednes- day, Sept. 1. Miss Pearl Sherwood left for Kii- moiUor. Savin to attend Alberta Col- lege, which opened OQ Jet. Miss Sherwood expects 10 take up music and elocution. This college, which Elands on Ibe University grounds, gives. ample opportunity to students to get iu close touch with higher edu- cation. therefore congratulate Miss Sherwood ou the choice ebe has made. i The Women's Institute peeling was hold el Mrs. Kd. Popham'a on Wed: nesday, Sept. 1. There were more taau thirty-five persons present and a good time was cujoyed. Miss Warner and her sister arrived In {larons ou Friday evening from near Cornwall, Ontario. Miss War- ner is Iho teacher tor Dollar Lake school district, west of We are sorry to report the death >Ir. Alex. Fowlle and family have of tbe infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Uali McLean, who passed awa'y at the ago of live weeVs on Saturday last1 Iu llarons. Interment took place at Lethbridge on Monday, August 30. The sympathy of tbs community is extsiided to Sir. and Mrs. McLean. .Owius tp sickness e! tbe preacher to supply, there was no church.ser- vice last Sunday Iu Barons church, Aug. 29. Our pastor is now ou.tb.8 Job agnin attar bis vacation. Mr. and Mrs. stono aud dirml? have moved into the house formerly occu- pied by Sir. aud Mrs. TcdO. Edwin South, -t. young farmer, died as the result of a fall from a wagon. Mark Well Your safeguard is the name This is the genuine 'tea of all teas'. K you do not use Salada, send us a post card Jor a free ftiSwtr you now Black, Greeix or Mixed Tear, Address Sal ad a .Toronto They Didn't Even Lose Toothbrush Press Delegates Think the C. P H. is a Praise Too Much WINNIPEG, Sept. o the Imperial Press, whose tour of Can ad a Is just concluding; interviewed here today, without exception acclaim the wonderful heauty.: and nnsines efficiency oi-iiio Canadian Pacifi from London' to Vancouver and' Vic torla and return. A prominent member of. the party commenting on. the splendid train o observation, compartment iind sleep- ing cars provided for their use by the Canadian Pac.lfic, only, were the coaches ofV railway architecture In design and complete with every! .'comfoft, but the perfect service rendered porters, dining car attendants and Btewands, aeenied to partako of Arabian Nights ledgermaln. The anticipatory clever- ness of every employee was more than service and may only he described as devotion to an'Ideal and an idol; which Is the C. P. n. Did ive'lose a tooth brush, a'bag, a wardrobe, how-i ever trivial, we talked to Mr. Calder and It was recovered, It was nearly uncanny." Continuing. the gentleman said: "The personal baggage of every g'uest' was simply taken charge of and deliv- ered by the Canadian, Pacific to, its hotels, trains, or steamships, and' again taken from such places and de- livered to the place ot entertainment or rendezvous. "Our 'cable and telegraphic mes- sages were handled like Tvlzardy, and in a fine piece of continuous exact service this particular hit has been conspicuous. Our laundry was taken in bags and returned In boxes always promptly on time, never a slip in any narticular. "We are leaving Canada convinced that tho Canadian Pacific Is all that Is claimed for it In its service for Canada. Charmed or enchanted ivlth the beauty ot Van- couvor and Victoria, with tho so most beautiful hotels extending from the Chateau Fronlenac at Quebec to tho Empress at Victoria, and lasttj, but even as deeply, by tho fertility of Can- adian soil, and Its nlmott untouched resources. Long lire Canada and Its wonderful railway." Satisfying Flavor sweet without the addition of sugar A nourishing, ready-to-eat ce- real, economical, and without waste, Sold by grocers everywhere} (From Our Own Correspondent) TABER, Sept. O. rierson formerly cashier at tho freight sheds becomes agent at Coaldalo on Monday A meeting ot the executive appoint ed .by the Women's Institute in con- nection with tho referendum, was held on Thursday and an address was given by Mra. H. '8. Bagnatl on the work of the campaign. The sale burn of W. A, Porteous Is being moved from across the track to the new silo on Russell avenue. The Dominion authorities have re quested the council to lake suilable measures for the care o( the war trophies presented 'to the town. Illinois will endeavor lo pass a law visiting heavy punishment on landlords who bar their' apartmenls lo children. are many things which you need not buy A unless you choose. But footwear is not among them. You must have shoes. From the standpoint of your health, as sWell as .ior comfort and appearance, good shoes are a necessity. And that fact alone places upon the manufacturer of shoes a responsibility which he must at all times appreciate. 1 That responsibility to the Canadian public is shared by the 158 shoes in Canada, from whom you buy nearly of footwear every year. The fact that we have built up an industry of such magnitude is the best evidence that we do appreciate this responsibility. One may think that pur responsibility ends when we have produced foqtwear of honest value and sincere workmanship, and have placed it on the shelf of the retail store where it is accessible to you. That is one essential service which our industry is called upon to render. But we cannot dismiss our responsi- bility quite so easily. We believe that we should do more than that. Canada pndaces footwear of standard quality in all grades. Good shoes are of such daily impor- tance that we ought to make public certain facts and conditions which govern the quality of the product we make, and the value which you receive for your money. We ought to point out clearly, the part which you play, and the influence which you exercise, in .establishing those conditions. We should urge upon you, your own responsibility in the matter, you just how you ca'n help to maintain the quality of the footwear which we offer you. This is the first advertisement of a series which will be devoted to that purpose. every desirable type, and When you bay Made in Canada Footwear you are assured, at fair prices always, of the utmost that modern thill can produce in Comfort, Service and Style. ;