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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE STX THE LETRBRIDGE DAILY .HERALD MONDAY, AUGUST 2. BRINGING UP FATHER By G, McManus FOR HOUR'S OVER-TIME! SERVICE That la you'll meet hero. Hie sort of service thut makes vou thoroughly eujoy .your food. Heal tasty wholesome dishes, tic- -iglitdilly prepared -ind served 311 clcai: napary and a real sin- euro coiirteousness on the part of all attendants. Try a fou'll make it a practice. SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, HGR. Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth 81. Who's Most Valuable Player? Fans Given a Chance to Decide "Chief" Bender Gives Loving Cup Who Is the play- er to' his learn in the senior city league? That's a question the fang have to tiecfde, and Ihey are to be Divert an opportunity to do SQ during play-off cf the post- poned games which will decide .the resting place of the Colonial Cup, emblematic of the city tea- gue championship. C. 9. "Chief" Bender, Fifth St. has donated a loving cup is a beauty to go to the valuable player, and he Is leaving it to the fans 'to decide whose name shall be engraved thereon. -Tickets arc being print- td for ndmicsion to the remain- der of the games of the league. These will bear a 5tr.b for the voting contest and the name of the player wili be written on this stub and deposited In a box at the gate after each game. As many votes may be had by each fan as games hs attends, each ticket entitling him to a vote. This competition, along with the very close race bttween the Bankers and for ths top position, promises to bring out the biggest crowds which ever attended city league games for the remainder of the schedule. Remember, the .voting is not for the most popular player, but for the player most valuable to his team. A member of the tail end team may get it just as well as a member of the cup winders. Then- is talk go- ing on among the fans this week than for years in Lethbridge. Big crowds will the remainder oi the games, the schedule for which will be announced shortly. Tht opportunity Ts a fine one to de- cide the resting place of the "Chief" Bender cup. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Standing j Won. Lost. 'Cleveland....... C6 32 1 New York...... 61 3S Chicago 01 i 47 at, Louis....... 4J Boston "47 54 P.C.' '.565 .516 1 .oil j .-ISO .413 SATURDAY GAMES Chicago Trounces Phillies PHILADELPHIA, July j knocKeci Meadows from the box anil j SATURDAY GAMES Ruth Crashes 37th ST. l.OUIS, July pounded four pltcTiers and won front i York today. 13 lo S, In the de- I elding game of a scries at five, liuth i hit his 37th home run in the eighth.! driving the ball over Ibe right field j stands. Slusel and Slsler each hie j home runs for [he third time in three days. j Score: II. H. York S II St. Louis 13 17 Collins, Thormaulen. McGraw. E.I O'-i Doul and Hoffman: Shocker arid Severoid. Detroit Trims Washington DETROIT. July triple j in the eighth gav3 Detroit a 3-2 'vie- Fans, mark It In rsdl Tcrr.c.-row, Tuesday evening at 6.30 at Eckstorm Park, the Ro- j larians and the Bankers will meet tc decide the pcstpotneci tie game which was played cr Fri- day evenrng., who held the Min- ers tc twc hits on Thursday n'ght. will te en She rr.cun- for tr.e Rolls. Furlcng will do the heaving for the Bankers. Stone will be be- hind the bat, O'Cbnncr left for his holidays.. It's a safe, bet both aggrega- tions win have out the strongest teams possible, and the fans will be there by the hundreds. The game will start sharp at 6.3D In order to be played out before dark. Ball Meeting For Schedule Tuesday Night Now Necessary to Draw Up a New Schedule for Postponed Games; Quick Action Needed. 't- i easily defeated Philadelphia, G to over washlnston todav. Short- Se.isat.onal catches vere made by j en-s drive scored Cobb vho had been passed by Erickson, vho allowed onl wild. Score: A'sshington Detroit MINERS' LINEUP Georges will be as follows: Peacock, Seaman, Clark, Camp- bell. Campbell. WllleUt, Lowe, Pox. Whitefield, Anderson, Wil- tetts; reserves, Hogg and Mc- Gregor. Tuesday night in the Herald office a meeting of the executive of the city bnsebaH league will be held to tie-1 dde- on a schedule to finish off the postponed games. The schedule has .beou finished, with the exception of i .these games, am; arrangements must be made iis soon as possible to get Ihem oft the slate. The league Is finishing In n blare I of Xot for some time has hasr.-. lull finished Urn season with so many [earns practically evenly matched as this year. Lelhbridgc. after mncli j worrying and predicting, has ccmc through with a good amateur baseball i Nan- If It can ho finished iinick-i. ly. Ihn winning team decided soon, .'rid nli-ctar loam tu play Koine i good country to.wn.3, ni, be satisfied. So Tuesday si S o'clock in the time' for drawing i THIS WEEK IN SPORTS IN LE7HBR10GE c- Roberlson and Paskert. Score: R. H. E. (Chicago n 11 0 Philadelphia S. S 2 Vaughn and Klllefer; Meadows. Gal- lia and Tregresser. I Cincinnati Wins at New York i XBW YORK. July i defeated New York today. G to 2." The Reds went after Benton in the first, scoring three runs, and maintained the llead throughout. Ring pitched a steady game, except in the filth, when the Giants made two runs. Score: R. H. E. Cincinnati H 10 2 York.............. 2: fif- 1 Ring and Allen; Benlon, Winters and Stnilh. Brooklyn-Trims St. Louis BROOKLYN, Jiily de- fe'ated St. Louis today, 9-5. Pfeffer retired after the sixth, in which the Cardinals scored three runs on two singles and Smith went Tuesday St. George's TB. Callics, Adams Park, 6.50 p.m. Thursday Calllcs VB. Fragnienla. at Adams Park. Mcllenry's homer. S. in with Brooklyn one ahead and held St. Louis safe. Good- win's hand was split In Ibe seventh and lie retired after two runs were INTERNATIONAL Reading 5; Buffalo 6. IlochcsLur 0; Jersey City 9, Syracuse 2; Balthnoro 1. (.Vo others SCRAP SHAMROCK IV. .WESTERN CANADA SATURDAY GAMES At .Edmonton: Calgary Djynton I' 2. At Moose J Al Kaskalomi: llcgina XBW VOHK: Aug. rod; IV.. Hir Thumas l.ipton's 'nn.sui-refisfnl cliallcnscr for tho Aniorlcri's rnp. was froiii her fiicjorltigs in tlic llnd- sun lotlay to City Island, lo bo dismantled and prubauly trap- ped, roiicu csliniaU'i! that X'.llU'J persuns vrsitcd th? yacbti yesterday. hninlrwls romif.g long tlinlancea. scored off him. Score: H. E. j SI. Louis 5 10 Brooklyn 3 13 {j Jacobs, May, Goodwin, North ami McCarly; Pfeffer, S. Smith and El- liott. Boston and Pitteburg Split BOSTON. July and Pitlsburs oplll a ilouhle-hcarler twtay, I'Utsh'jrg winning tho Jlrst, t-to 2, with Cooper holding Boston lo four hits, while Roeton' took the second, fl to 1. by game: n. n u 1'Iltsburg.............. i'> (i Boston................ c 11 Cooper and Hacffncr; Rudolph, Scott. Oeschgcr and O'Neill. Second game: II. n, I'ltlsburg.............. 1 :i '2 Boston c Hamilton. Lcc Elm and Gowdy. four hits but was it. H. E. S 0 4 2 Erickson and Gi.arrity; Leonard and .Voodall. Athletics Wallop Chicago CHICAGO, July defeated Chicago today, 5 to 1. Wilk- inson was balled oil the slab in the :hird and Payne finished the same, l.olding lite Athletics down after the fifth. Score: n. H. B. Philadelphia 5 in L> Chicago i S" 1 Keefe and PerkinsY "Wilkinson, Payne and Schalk. Morion Hurls One-Hit Garni CLEVELAND, July made H four straight from Boston today, winning 3 lo 1.- The only Ml made off Guy Morion of Cleveland was a hard grounder lhat Mclnnis bounded off Third Baseman Gardner in' the second. Thousands ot fans begged the scorers change -their decision, and give Gardner an error and MoUlon a no-hit game. Cleveland five hits in the -second and for two runs and did not make hit off Bosldn'a. run wi.s scored on a pass and steal by Vilt. Foster's inticld (Jut, and a wild pitch. Score: Boston Cleveland Jones and O'.Vchl. Waiters; Morion and SUNDAY GAMES I Hoyt Pitchss Well Aug. out-pitrh- cd Khmkc and Boston won Iho open- ing game of the series here today lo 2. Kcore: McGraw's Warriors Climbing in Mound Work Improvesf NEW YORK. Aug. games in the National League during the week brought the teams more closely the standing last night sbow.- ing the first and last teams separ- ated by. only 162 points. Brooklyn continues to set the pace, hut the Robins' lead was cut down in the series with Cincinnati, the latter winning three out of four games. A victory by Cincinnati over New We Were Very Busy Again on Out the Bargains to Dozens of Men. Just Like Picking Up Gold Dollars Our sale has Leen vcry-succcEsf'ul EO far and we have decided lo continue en for another week ai [hese urlces. if you have not already stocked up St will cerliiuly pay you well' lo come In and buy at this STOCK REDUCING SALE. THE STOR1: IS FULL OF BARGAINS BERT. KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP. HOME OP 20TH CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON THE CORNER. OF GROWS i Hard Fought Game Decided in Favor of Michel Against Fernie MiCntL. D. C-, AUK- vs: York In the first of their series Sat-.Michel: After getting away to a bail nrday put the Roils on even terms at the beginning of the league Brooklyn, but Sunday Brooklyn de- feated St. Louis and again took thb load as the Giants beat out the Reds in a sensational ninth-Inning rally. McCraw's team made the most Im- praasivc record in Hie league during the week, having u.i unbroken string of victories until the Cincinnati Reds were cncmmtered. the Giants now he- ing In thlrrt place and with a lilllo season Mlcli'nl gradually got down lo work and won enough games lo be in the final with Fernie for the cham- pionship of the Crow's Pass. This game was played In Michel this afternoon, August 1st, and right on the kickoff Michel took the ball' to Fornle goal and The rest of bolter pitching may catch up with the ,f ,..__ two leaders. Pittsln.rE is glvinB Ihe no morp coa wero "lams a bailie for third place, while ''Vc sicZ kS with the wind, bill after about Icn minutes Chicago is not far behind tho pair. SI. l.ouis did not win a gaino last week. Uoston and Philadelphia bring nil tho rear of Ihe second division. Cleveland Pitchers Going Belter 21 Cleveland followers were cnconrag- and Jed by the way the Indians performed last week in the American League, not that it was unusual fur Speaker's men Its theTOQKE HOOK )nhig runs In the ninth "with a on which Frisch and Kelly scored. Score: Cincinnati 2 7 n N'ew York............ 3 .1 o ami Wingn; Barnes, Doug- Tonoy and Smith. Robins Strengthen Lead liftOOKLYN. Aus. .1.-Brooklyn to- day made It hvn straight from St. f> tu 1. Score: St. t 1 Brooklyn r, )_> Schupp. Klrchnnr and llc'Jarthy, Dllhoofcr; (irlmc; and Miller. (Only two Baiiisa AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Tnliido Minneapolis 1-3. Indiauai.uiii 1: St. Paul S. Louisville 0; Milwaukee 1. Columbus Kansas City lost. Calchvcll 'Marled UaUs and Severed. Collins. j lhat game, but two tiays later went ripvi-i p. to victory, Coveleskis ri Morton each pitched Iwo wins, opened II.. hcn> loilay with one There was no change M "VCr Srorc: 'In Iho relative positions Ihe leaders i i result of Himdays games, Cleve- ci-itian.i......... u S I' land losinE lo while Ncw u'nfl Rharrlty; Clark, York lost to Cblcaeo Melians and O'.Vcili. The of tlio lattpr c I riliru-n' SvU'S cvor' 'vllhiii "points C IKAOO, A'.ig. i, non'lerfiil or Ihe Yankefs lluccins' cot mlcnrnp ci.olln by per- bad slarl on the S dropS fhe cct vjpporl. enabled nhic.go to to SI." The clirb con n- oiil today 2 to 0. Score: 1 to have weak and unsleadv littcli- play Tcrnie broke through and evened the score.. When Hie ball was kickcij off Michel 'players dug right in and had many shots on goal, but Ihe Femie goal keeper made some dandy saves. However. Michel w; not to be dctited and about 15 mi ntcs before time, beat him with iin- other, Michel thna winning the game and [he championship of the league. U was H cnotl clean game of football. I-'ernie was supported by a large crowd of rooters and quite lot of money changed hands. Michel people hope to sea Ihe cup and mctl Ihia .year as la t year they never got them after they did win out. LIGHTNING FINDS OIL WHERE DRILLERS FAIL CLEAN, oil opera- tors have a new agent for deter- 'mining the presence of Pennsyl- vania crude oil. Speculation cerning whether there Is oil In the heart of the city's business section was settled. k by. a light- ning bolt in an 'electrical storm .today, IgnEtFon resulting from a bolt entering the well of the Naelo Oil Company In the rear of the Bor- denaro building and puncturing a gas pocket ended all argument among the local oil producers. Presence of gas Indicates that the crude oil Is there. It was'a regular "strike" by the bolt in every sense tbat the term is understood by oilmen., The had been drilled 550 feet, with no showing of oil. -The chlp- munck sand was not reached after the drill had gone 475, the dis- tance estimated for the place, and the company In disappointment in- tended to discontinue operations. The bolt went down the hole, past the point reached and drill- ed into a gas pocket, A pillar of flame burst Into the air. The city fire department was called to ex- tinguish It, Operators now predict n production well. Joseph Buchanan, a farmer Hvlna near Chatham, was killed by light- ning while standing !r. Ilia door of his barn. 410 FIFTH STKEET rk ami Kucl; r> 11 n CIcnliD and NEGRO HEAVIES MATCHED CHICAGO. Aug. McVcy and Hum I.augford, negro have been matched for st boilnjr match at Kast Chicago, Indi ana, Aujuat H, u is announced here. 'AC1FIC COAST Ojkliiul Kairamenlo Vcrnon Kilt Lake I'orthni San Kram'fsco 2 1. Seattle 10-0; Angeles ilng and consequently Ihe good'hltling o( the players is wasted In ninny Kiinica. Chicago continued Us steady work during tho week, ivhilc Washing. Kin and St. l.ouis are fighling lor Irjiirlh Hodlon fell bcliliid during Ilif and Uotroit and I'hlladclphla contln- at their uaunl Rnit UEVERHULME SECURES PHILIPPINES COCOA SHEAR GIRL'S HAIR BECAUSE SHE WAS FRIENDLY TO POLICE MANILA. Aug. Inlcrcsts hnvc secured control of rhe thrne largest rocoanut oil companies In the Philippines, which linvn licen con- Eolldalcd Inlo the Philippine.! lielin- Corporation, with ;i capital of SlO.Cdu.OOO. I-ord ohatrnian of the board o( dlrcclors of Lever tlrcitlicrp. Limited, of KnglanS, hecoines chair- man of tho corporation. Kewport. Tip- perary, night' a gang of men Ffif-ared Ihe hair from a she was keeping company wltli a pollcernan. Hxaspcrulcd at the outrage, soldiers and noltre turned out ami Inirncd Ihe houses ot nil itic principal Sinn t'elncrs, causing them to flee for their lives. f. .j CHARLIE CHAPLIN'S FAILUflE Lord rJesborough. presiding at a dinner o.' Ihe Anglo-Saxon Club In j London, told an amusing Charlie i Chapliti story, which he said hud told lo Lady Dcshoroiigb by XIny I'lckford. she mot at n country licusc and a very (-hurraing young lady. Charlie Chaplin, said Miss Mary Pickford. was one liny lit ,1 fair In 11 the United Slalcs. where n principal attraction was a as la who could best Imllatc Iho Charlie Chaplin walk, Tho real Charliu' thought there might be a cbanto for him. so ha entered for Ibe perform-i nnce, minus his celebrated moils-! tacbe and his boola. lie was a most frightful failure, find only came in twentieth (loud laughler.) [vermin! OF GOOD TASTE, IN THE Vv'AY OF FURNISHINGS. Cravats thai match shirt or socks, shirts that .go well- with the siiit, and .collars, that fit both the neck and neck band. Come in and ,see how. quickly and pleasantly we can fit you out.. LOUIS KEEL .SHOP OF FASHION CI1AKT CLOT1IM AND THH FLOliSlIEIM SI10K OLlVBn BLOCK 318 FIFTH ST. ;