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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGP DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, BRINGING UP FATHER "A -__________T____T. i- _ -.1 _ i By G. McManus IT CERTAINLY LOOK-o NiFTV I'LL, TAKE You'll Have No Trouble Tempting That Hot Weather Appetite If You Eat Here You'll Like Our Menu and Our Service SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth Ave. and Filth St Special Prizes To Bali Players For Colonial Cup Series Business .Men Gel Behind Uiisc-j ball in Closing Hours of Lea-1 guo; League Ending in Splen- did Slyle. Now that the i-ethbridgt base- ball iesgue has given the Ik to all casters of gloom, who were so numerous at the beginning of season, and is ending in as close a coir petition as possible. in the league is st fever Many local men are Bitting up and taking notice Of MIC ball players and baseball is coming into its own. U'to to lee the way weathered tht storm this the slorm .has not been light by any Last year's record hss been, for- gotten and. next year it _not too early for that talk 'Lclhbrldge shouJd have as yood nil-amateur league -TK can bs In AlberU. men and well-wishers have raltUtl behind the players to give them encouragement. For the Colonial cup elimination con- test, which Friday at storm Park between the Rotar- lans and tho Miners, ii number of 1 special .hnvo been "donated. These prU'so' ._ For tht in sat timely, hit Ever- all's Limited donate Nev- erdull pencil ami for most stolen bases one hook, Robertson's Book Store will give one basebaH bat for first home run, Ed. Kennedy, of the Lcthbridge Hotel barber shop, will give one. hundred Players cigarettes for -.the rncs! tli'ce base, hits of ttic One two dollar neck tie has bein promised by Mr. Femsleln for the most home runs in the Armstrong and R a worths will 'Qlve one pair of cuff links for the pitcher getting the mosl strike- outs ih any one game. Dan .I.andry, of the Alexandra .Barber Shop, wilt give a shave, hair- cut, shampoo and massage for the first runner to steal from third to home. Mr. Hufner will give a good pair of tennis shoes for the pitcher showing the least hits in any one game. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Cincinnati Nrew York Pittsburg Chicago 1 St. Louis Boston Team Standing Won. 6S 52 50 P.C. !553 50 61 40 STALLION .BENEFICIARV IN U. S. SOLDIER'S WILL BUFFALO. X. a 13 years old stallion, was tho benefic- iary named in Iho war Insur- ance policy carried by Harry K. Thur- _____ man. ol Memphis, Tcnti., and his} aunt. Mrs. Mary Mitchell, of Buffalo, I Braves Shut Out Is com plying with the terms of the BOSTON. Aug. had llic policy. Thurman died In action over-1 better of FWinslm torfay 51 30 50 .656 .500 .459 .414 .411 sea 3. Tlio facts ill the case caiuo out when Mrs. MUclicll sought to have Kniplov; placerl" atuonjj the mounts of i Troop I Stale Guard, in the armory joro- satd Thurman much Attached 'tlto'horse and having no near relatives who vrould suffer through hla dcatb, be decided to pro- vide tor tho cars in ease lie lid not return. Tho surplus above the cost of the horse's keep goes fa Jlrs. Mitchell. Kniplow is suffering from a sprain- d tendon but Is rceoverins and {3 expected soon to become a part of Troop 1's outfit where he Is a great, favorite. and Pitts defeated Demon to 0. Score: PEltsburg............. 3 5 0 0 0 Cooper anil Killhighu and EcoU, Gpwdy. Causey Allows Two VJits PlilLiADBLPlIlA, Aug. held Chtqaso lei iwu lilts today and Philadelphia yon I to 1. Score: sl 2 2 Philadelphia......... 4 o 9 p Hcudrixr Carter, Mnrtin and Killi- for; Causey nud (Only two AMERICAN LEAGUE NO SCORE IN CAME FOR CONNAUGHt CUP TORONTO, Aug. tantas of Winnipeg and the Canadian Pacific railwav teaai of Port bslUcd for hour and a halt wilhont scor- ing a goal in 11 Connaught cup frjotball play-ofi hero this eyeolpg. Holes and Bankers Tangle in Sudden Death Game For Championship CAPTURED CUNS AT ROYAU PALACES Canadian Two captured German 77 mm. field- pieces Cleveland Xow York Chicago Washington Team Standing Won. Lost. GS leces were recently iilaccil in Iho roMnda ot I'alncc, and J.'..'" two 103 mm. gnus on llio Terrace nl! Windsor fustic by lhe command ot I {if II. M. King Oeorso V. All the capluroil cueiny suns auU-l pej able for Issue liavu now j and no further appiiCRllon tor Such i 05 C3 1C 47 43 37 31 JO 49 51 54 CI 71 Pet. .573 .619 .618 .454 .480 .377 .304 Sox Ang. 1-Boston 3 to i hcro Manager Tom1 Ridpath of the Rotarians sending Sili Muliiol- land right back at the Bankers In the sudden dsslh game at Eck- storm Park tonight to decide lhev city league championship. At' least that WAS his announced in- tention this mornliiQ. Mulholiand has pitched two. games recently, one against the Miners and one against the aHo'A'lng but one. run and seven hits In the two and the Rotes' manager thinks he can add to his laurels by blanking the Money 'Lenders again tonight. The Bankers are considerably crippled for the 'ganie tonight. OXonnor is still as Stone Is due to for them, Joe Furlong Is being press- ed into duty as a catcher. Other- wise the Unc-up will be about the same as it was on Tuesday nioht. On Friday night the flotarjans snd the Miners will ianglt in the first game of Cup cllinlnation. Thls'gVme "will likely be played at Adamb Park; If available, but definite announce- ment as to the place be made by His Umps tonight. Tonight's game is at Eckslorm Park and will be started at 6.30 if at all possible.' The biggest crowd, and they have been grow- ing bigger every game, be on deck. Raptors' brigades for both teams are niobHIzcd today and noise will be one of the tures of the content. N.L.U. Draws With Taber On Wed. Bill White Returns'to Soccer in Lethbrirlgc With Blues smd i'hfys Good Game North I.cthirijge Unltci) and Taiior drew in. Taber yesterday lu a foot- [jail game in connection with the fair 1 there. The filial iicoro r-Os'i to, I. LethbridEC boys went up' oir lhe 4.3J p.m. train yesterday afternoon and took witli them a good crowd of rooters. When they got there they taii to play on the fair grounds, which were short, full of ruts and holea ami about everything "z football .pitch should not be. They had Bill White out with them. This is the first game has played In this year, as he has, just returned from the Old Country. Playing in his old position, centre forward, lie many of tho youngsters that he sllil has lots o( good football in I him yet. -Hutton scored for the IJlues. BARGAINS AT OUR BIG STOCK REDUCING SALE foil all know 'he quality of tho goooXsold at-this Men's you know the honest values we have always which, along with Uia prices Aielow should be a Wg Inducement to stock up for the next sis months at this Kpa'l Slock-ilcducins Sale. BIG REDUCTIONS ON ALL LINES MEN'S FINE SOX ATHLETIC UNION SUITS 3.15 Fine splendid, quality. Sold iiist'yenr ii.ffl. Ataat three Uozcii 'sullH to clear nt one, heavy silk to vvaiBt. iiegular To o np clear at Kino pure silk, pood wetebt Het'ular J7.50. QC To clear J These arc all H.V.D. styles. Regular 35c eacb, at 4 1 A A iralr for l.UU RcBUhir iuc ttt Ort_ per pair Out I'lne Sux, it Fancy rigurcd fine tlircad tot- tun. Ileguliir.35c, ut t OC (lair for.............. Oooil weight silk, res- ular 51.00, at, a 'pair 1 vC stiiar 4C TlOCl BALBRIGGAN UNION SUITS Tinp thread Egyptian coltun yarn, Balbrigsan union suits, 1 an soW regularly at To clear at.......----.............. 1'orbiia knit union suits, athletic style, sooil value at ?2.Z5. 1 To clear l.Ow MEN'S SHOP. HOME OF 20TII CBNTURY ;Cl.OTHINf] ALEXANDRA HOTEL CLOCK. ON.TriE'CORNER. To See Sflmc Players on the Green is to See Ultimate in Geometrical Technique James McCoy, of HeSdinj. Cal.t got a flock ot hens and turned them IOOEU in his garden, formerly part of the old gold diggings. lu three days the chickens scratched up JfOCl worth of gold ii'.iggels. equipmeol Imvp been rilatrlhulcd !n n. Great Urllaiu, the Dominions India, H was announced. anJ j Ilush and Sehsng; Okrlo, Woodall and Stallage. Seeing a young woman drop a. Chlra'so made on Ita slreat. Milwankeo -loman called to her and the finB, gamo ut lhe serics from Nc.v York 10 to 3. Score: Xew York...... Chicago RETREADING Gel your next tire by us.'Vi'a are esiicrt ifro men. We Are Also Experts in Sec- tional Work, Broken Beads, etc, We are here to give service. clal service to orders Ex'preis paid way. Leatiing Retrcaders. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1661 E. CHAPLIN, L ed to seo lier aister, uhoni she had not seen for 14 years, Then she T n found lhe sister had lived wltliln chlcaEO .............10 14 block ami a Halt ol her. .for I w. Thomahlen'aud Rueln 5 JKorr and Schnlk. Senators Break Evsn on Series CLEVELAND, Aug. broke even on tho scries by winning from Cleveland 11 to 3. Score: Waslilnstlon............11 II 0 Cleveland......... 3 7 1 Erickson and Jiforton, Clark, Wood and O'Xclll. Athletics Win LeTHBRlDOE BRANCH AT MACLEOD AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN, Macleod. ig Turin Hurlcr Stands Hal Cfcw on Heads !n Evening Contest, and Clinches Game With Homer Hatters Win Afternoon Swulfest 17 to 1 Crowds ;i( lioth Games. 3T. LOUIS, Aug. hit In tlie pinches today anil (von from St, Ivuins 7 In i? Score' i Phllndolpbfri........... 7 12 1 Louis.............. II 2 and Perkins; tc-.im to this j Lynch am! Scvcroiil. I aricrnoon (spccl.il tn lhe Herald) Aug. ci bratoil yt-.-tcrtlay, tile ocoaaion be Iho visit ol the Hat baseb.ill live Yesterday two of the largest the locals and nut up a gooS game, both In lhe field and at bat. A scrlona accident happened in tho evening game Scott, the speedy Hat catcher, was laiO out, Ho arul O'Neill, pla'ylnu first base, went attcr a foul ball down the first base line and rolltdotl. Both players were rnit for a few minutes, and Sco'jili'jrt to retlro from the game. lie was 'ftislitd lo Lclhbi-ldgc for niedtcn' allcntloii. and it rctiutred five stitches to ?ow up a nrisly cut on hfsr lit which will keep him-oiil of for couplo of weokB. 'Pcrhaiis we are a slow of omprchension. or even a bit inclined .oward agilatod 7uiaanLliropyr but to onr untiitorcO "eye _tU6 iircparatory horso play of tlia, average golfer about to putt lias .ever been a source of amused tolerance, if nothing stronger, writes .Davis J. Walsh in the New York World. To walch one of tlicso individuals of self-nourished fal prone uuon the tnrt tho better to survey the general topography ad jaccnt lo tho hole, lo carefully pace off the distance, eslimafc tho mean ot carry and resistance and moon titno flick, imnglnary bits'ot foreign material to one side, is lo witness lie ultiniato In geometrical technique. Xo doubt this formula is an abso- lute iieccsHity In many instances, but, taken in the aggregate, regard It as so much meticulous nonsense. Give tho average golfer of cham. piohshin proportions a putt exceeding twenty feet and tho. effort Imme- diately becomes something of a hit or miss proposition. If lie sinks it, well and good; If- not. the popular idea would seem to endow him with a good ry on nh almost ImpossibleJ shot.' The best ot, Barnes, Hagcn, only run the ong ones" up (6 the hole, ,glvo them is much chance as possible to'score and hope for the best. Horseplay Is Foolish Offhand we should judge that aboul. one long putt in (lye gets down .in '.tminplonship golf. What, then, is Ic JO gained by a mental gym; nasties and a recourse to science of higher mathematics, save to add lo one's mental The tion of eye 'and hand produces Ilia successful pult. The mental equation is merely liability, a deterrent, as it were. Thp point is hast Illustrated In the citing of the final round of a recent championship. The players involved were meticulous to a fault, oden glr.' ing over minutes at a time to tho study of this putt and that. Yet It is n matter of record that neither got away with a putt longer than six feet fhroiiKhoui lhe match. A big galclry followed the affair, but despite Us ImnorlKUco aad the absolute lack of disparity In the play of the contenders, none of the by- standers was parlicnlarly crllficd. They were entirely fed up on Iho pro vailing policy of studious heaitatiou PRISON FOR TARRING AND FEATHERING STATUTE GBXKVA, Switzerland, Four sludcnts charged wllii tarring and fcatlioring a statute ot the former Gorman emperor have been sentenced n Bonn court, according to a Basel dispatch, to terms of two years impris- onment and ordered to pay tho costs ot their trials.. NIGHT_SERVICE The Lethbridge PHONE 1454 11TH STREET SOUTH If you require your Car to be in a dependable shape for your Summer Trip, pur Night Man will prepare it for you to your entire satisfaction. GREASING, WASHING, TIRES, BATTERIES, ETC. CAR READY ANY HOUR AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo S; Si. r.-al ('oiiiiiibus 22; Milv.Muhcc S. IncIEiinapoli'; 13; Mlnneavoli? 2. I.oiilnvlllct Kansas Clly INTERNATIONAL F.ocheslor 3 3; Akron Reading Syracuse Buffalo 8; Torontu 1. (Only three PACIFKfCQ-AST San rrancUco 0: Seattle 4. Sacramento 3; Vernon 7. Salt Lake 8; Loi Angeles 5; Portlanii 3. Moose Jaw 1; Edmonton HcglriK I; Winnies 0. Siiskiitooti (i; Calgary. J. An siirplinui raiiJd the Irip between Toronto anil Hamilton ia !'j Al, .lolson, famous blackface commlfan, was divorced from hir, wife by a California court. The ilc- tree >vas Rrantcd on the application crowds ever ou tho local tail! j 0{ ,lis field. crowded with fana the field on threo iltlfiH. While tlnvv illd not lliiVu much i to rout ,'nr ?.u. same, they ircrc amply rcpaitl for their effort Jn (lie i cvtnlni; crKTuiiiiK-r, fur the hoys took Itic Tiicfi.-.nro of Iho Hat hy ;i of 4 to 2. The nftenmon g.imn turnrifl out to bo a walkaway for tho. Htittxain. ibo. final kfnrc ix-fiiR 17 to 1. O'Neill for the Halters liad tlie locals out o( his hand all times, while Coal- dale's Imported pitcher from Bassano proved easy for llic visitors, ar.d thc-y batted him to corners of the lot, Including a couple of homo runs. Evening Game namon Noble covered with I In the evening same. He was al tils best, and when he ts rigbl he Is hard to be.il. lie pitched a ychale! of a gAinc, and the rcault was never In doubt. Bill Kortler of Bassano wcs behind the pltlc nnd caught a perfect game. NoWo had his batting clothes on loo. for hr. drove out R homer wUhi a man on second base which werrf first runs of tho game. Noblnr fanned 1C mun and only allowed 410 FIFTH STHEET Snow anil Huff of Hap of Warner played l-lll Service Station Srrvtce StaUoo fjr the famous K-W i'agncloa. All niake.i o( msgnftlos, generator a, cojls car- Fuil stock ot repair parti ried. Ail Tvork guaranteed. MACNETS RECHABGEO The Roy Electric Co, 518 4lh Avenue South PHONE 735 Is yours if you wear our new style un- derwear. IJglit and liio-o, it no weight on (tie liody at all No more tlichy no more chafing, Wo have it In two am] one-pleco styles as you fircfer. Come and get Borne lor comfort's sake. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION' CIIAFT CI-OTItES AMJ THE OI.IVKIt lll.OCK sis Firm ST. ;