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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta K n-.T inn T Tin rT AT" A t SA1THDAY, AlTil'ST II, UCJO i BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus SERVICE PLEASE EttRY- ATM COUNTEROR TABLES SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR.- Corner-fourth Avc. and Fifth St. ALL STARS VS WINNIPEG GIANTS, ECKS1MM, TONIGHT, 6.1 Miners Again in Win Column, Defeating tire Callies by 1-0 SrmtH Crowd See -Miners Play al.o al] lhe Ume An improved fact, there were no fouls lo speak of throughout. Seaman Is the "Iron i Man" alright, anrl It seonia just a? Now.easy for him to put in 9U minutes of i soccer, U3 lo pitch A lOne innings. Jjame uf he can deliver. the goods nt f ithpr brnooh of sport al that, Tbe Black Diamonds have useful centre half in Dave Camp-1 Black Diamonds HiiVe Woh Ttvu Straight. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and LtagUe Standings, NATIONAL LEAGUE SPORTS PROGRAM OF G.W.V.A.'ANNUAL PICNIC i ill-yard dash, girls S.to years. i 5'j-yarU dash, gltls, S to 10 years.. '50-yord dash.' girls. 11 to 1J years. 1 1 SO-yard (tasn, boys. J lo 7 years. i dash, hays, s (o 10 years. I 100-yard (lash, boys, il to 14 years. Ulhitlfold girls: "pen. Jo ycara. bell, und be knuire tho gams from A! tt.. ..i. Tho iliners' nggregjliuii sprung s. surprlso on the (qottiall Mils last evening r.t Ad'ams' Park, when they bumbled the Caledonians, in a flly.to 'L. lit-Is particularly clever league fixture to tbft liine of 1-0. U feeding bis The new was. bt (he sauie st'dro they defeated McCleery, caused, the opposing de-r the Saints a week and let'it be fence lols d( v.'orry and Whltefield at- said they, fully deserved their wini ce'.nre forward "starred" in the for-, last Although the Callies wero'ward line'. oae man short.'which certainly is a I handicap lu'iiny eleven, tbe had-thofi'-aiilnber' fight from tho kick-; off. and ,the Black Dianlouas a comparatively; easy'tinie.'it is" loo" late in the sea-; sou lo; help their position in the} ileagife tablo. iitil'ivlll be the means of; .vHnc'rs ehconrageinent to. go tful. arid-whip tbe best ot theni au-j othe'f .'veaf. "fiiey have the nucleus' of a sirring line-up, and if thev stay: WgStlier need Walchlrtg. won tho toss anG In the had the benefit of a slight Team Standings Won UfSt 53 41 li 57 4S 53 50 Pet. .578 race, .slrls.. boys, 50 race, oiten. Players Are Announced For a time tbefo was lltlle the two elevens. i' gbrtiie. perhaps havinK vs England Promises To Be a Good Oa me more. .work'- lo .ilo.thaii the opposing. f- custodian. It r about half-aTt-hdUrj _..........______ The players tor (he International I aitcf lhc..-slart 'tihat the Miners got? football game on August IS, have been th'eif (ally; and Diralop has only him-; announced as follows: P.'gelf to Maine for letting .liie Mil gel} goal: Clarke lie lisa lea-lf'Bht batls; baeli; ;-llier !rom'a shot (rofiilho-right wing! Ouiilop, Douglas, centre but fumbled 'and dropped1 it lo the'ball; Shaw, left half; A. Karl, outside rfoot of minefield..tfhb had no dim-'rlshli .Tennaat, inside right: Linning. r, Acuity In scoring. Mlner.s had fully their share of the gnme dnrins the.Becohd. half. II IminJ: almoi-l a rcpctllidn of (ho firsl. pncd bnnlop ran oul to clear, and kicked over the hall and It was ton Philadelphia sr 4S 42 .515 I .453! '.450 .400 Three-lessed ye.-ds. Three-legged yards. High Juiilp. boya, open. Shoe race; boya. .opon. Hltndinld boiing, boys. open. iiO-yafd dashfi widowa. open. 50-yard married women, open. 50-yard girls, over 16. Three-legged race, mixed. yards. Thread and .needle race, women, open.' Divide Double Header BOSTON, Aug. and Philadelphia divided a double lieader lie.ro today, winning the first I o to 2 second Si lo 2. Second game: Boston... 7 3 IlubbelPand TrrfgressOr: t'illlngini! and O'lVellj. Wild NEW YOliK; Aug. 13.-vFi-edlToney made thtea Vllil pitches KSdayand all ot lyn's runs York's defeat, 4 to 2. Score; ,v Brooklyn i-; I S 0 New York 2 S i) .Tug-of-war, married women vs, sfn gle. married men vs. single, Baby competition; Colored Giants Play Here .Again! Visitors Beat Coaldale 9- {o Plav Them lucky for him that it went jilsl unt- side the uurighl. In an effort to stave ij off defeat PEuk went centre forward ha came near equalizing just oh time, his'final shot just going over. There was only ri fair crowd out, 'rbut It is u little more satisfactory to ..lhe spectators lo see tho eievons I slartihg punctual. The line-up 1 lows: Callies 2 I Hateman I7ouglas Vinlt Owrn? Knlghl Jftckflbii nubinr.uti centre: Bnchan inside left; Llnnine, 01'15'110 lctt- Mclnlyre, goal: Bateinan. r'8'lt oacki Pearsoa. left bach; Pink, r'Snl Holbcrton, centre half: lett half; Lcgse. outsvde right; dardr BuhA hitsi'; Aug. l.ouis defeated Plltabiirg today 4 to a by bunching hlU'in the and elghlli thttiligt. Score: Davlcs, Inside right; Appleby. centre: A. Uurf. inside lett; E. out- siile tills Bame will be played at Adams I'ark, and will commence sharply al p. in. 81. Umls Schnpp anil Dllhoefer; llnoffuer. (No others ks .6 Games; -Spcaker-and Hornsby j Still Leaders. 4 12 CHICAGO, Aug. Cobb, the Detroit star, cracked out 12 title in 'Us last..six games and boosted his Cooper and tlic ot AMERICAN LEAGUE McCleery AiJH'pltv Fox Lowe -.AudeFsrjn Campbell A. Campbell Clark Keaman tt -I.. Millers y Holberton. .'I'ile CaliieH were ilecidcrlly "oIT forilt" ffflit did not at any time dlsplny and ability as against Tahcr BaltlFday last.. Perhaps they took !Hlll6r3 lop lightly. Cleveland Chicago New :il. I.onls..... j Boa ton '.Washington Detroit....... Won CS 70 71 IS. 47; 40 Lost 20 42 57 iiu 76 Pet. .'330 .031 .523 .-ISO .453 iasi the, American league, to .311 ae.com- i pared .3i'2 a ago. "old master'' seemed io.ijiave struck hisj stride ami gives promise of finishing] close lo the leaders. T.rls Speaker.' manager of the Cleveland. Indians, continues lo (op lhe. regulars, mark of .417 which ho acquired lastj week remaining unchanged despite the fact that ho live more Judging by the Interest dls- p.laycd, Thursday night's crowd at Eckstorm 'Park is'going'to be beaten'to a 'frazzle which v.-iil gather at th.e' bfl pas- ture to witness the second game of scries between lhe ored Giants and the LetnbrPdge All-Stars. A big crowd Is'coming In from Coaldale' and surrounding points, as it's-an education in baseball to those dusky boys from south of the Mason and k Dlxon If.ne cavort. Seaman will be on the mound for the locals. Steve has given his aouper a good rest, and with the right, kind of support he will put up a grand battle. The hurler has pitched good ball season tonight he will 'have the strongest lineup sup-' porting him that has been turned out this .year. The game starts at 6.1E. AiabanVy1 weill out [tot Cojildalcj ahd.'f ttoKy '.tile measure o'T tnc' BraV.cs'j'to' 1: big crowd of Lclhbridge people xveht'-alp'ng, andjlhiy 'plenty', of fun. 9n Sunday.afternoon, '.Barons Millionaires will cross bats with 'the slugging 'visitors on the Bar- ons diamond. The Barons crew will be gathered from all corners of the lot for this game, which will be a whirlwind. COME IN TONIGHT AND STOCK UP AT OUR STOCK REDUCING .SALE i The sale.is and if you have not al- ready done so, it-will certainly pay you to buy here. Nearly everything in the store sold at greatly reduced prices. We take the sale signs down on Monday morning. 9 BERT. KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP. HOME OP 30TH CENTURY CLOTiilNG ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON THE CORNER, Social Hygiene Official Says i No Sense of Decency About This Dance 11ELMONT. Man.. Aug. 1 Winnipeg oao can not loll on a Sun- day whether the-crowds with their X-ray blouses and cob-web atocHlnga I are going to church: to a comlu open, or-a midnight ball." declared. W. J. '.lii'.tiley. general secretary ol the .Man- i'iloba 'Social .Hygiene association, j rcccndy. He strongly denounced tho present day fashions land the modern dances. ".Modern dancing is not only rob- 'lean ago.boys and girls of i their morals to a crei'.t extent, but Is hmdftrmlnlng their" hcailu In other he said. "I tell you frankly that (limy who dnnr.-e 'lie 'Shimmy' or al il IQ danc-cu, or Tfiio'sppravc ol lion of the country. However, are for the grain that the hop- pers have left anioiiff the weeds. Some cstimato their crops as high as five and thirty hughcls to the acre, It we get no more rain, while others, claim that the grain is falling off nt the rate of live bushels to the acre each of these hot days. If tho latter he tho case, some of lit will have large negative crops, whfch looks hardly possible, judging, from the growth upoti the ground1 at pres- ent. The hay now being put up on the lllood llesrjvve is of a very high Kyi .for perfectly wild hay, as there Is no old Brass araons it. The Macleod baseball team paid its' a visit on lhe and played with the local team. The score waB S-S, in favor of'Macleod. A dance was given ia the evening. COALITION.UNIONIST RETURNED TO HOUSE IN SUFFOLK VOTING result of tho Wood- bridge. Suffolk, election, held fn can- Kail: Kimiln Will .lie mi Today gooll g'oalle. and has ivonileftnl exhibitions this year, but; f Aug. iS.-Vestcr- ilw Provincial tennis put up waB "last iltght ho was only a third-rater. Vand w'as jiotT dependable with his i Eaves. i Thd ulaycd a nice game, and Service Mm Serrlce SlSlloh the famous K'W MagDnlOS. All makes o[ ihagnetoft, gEmerators, colls re- paired, fNjll stocl! fif rc-palf parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAQNEtS REOHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th A.venue South PHONE 735 prints, lhe cltlef uf which was lhe de- feat of Onodniaii and I'afkir. of lie- glna, by Dfinkle and Camiihell. in the inch's liiimllcap duuhles. The Inatcli which ivos to provide the of lhe day's play Was liracti. a Iralltover frntn itie staff. Several of Ihe events hnye already acliecl lhe ficinl-fiiials ami the rest will in loday'a draw. M> tlmt tomorrow will be devoted entirely to.the finals The mornlng'a play WR'S 6llghll> belief Ihan thai of the afterimon. be- rig more evenly contested. Langtord and Mf8. llfookB derailed Itoblnison mul Mi6fi McKay in mtsed doubles after n Imrd hiatch and won again from Klnclm nnd Miss livers In the afternoon. Mrs. Drooks defeated Miss Shaw In the feature match of (ho dav by OS. 5.7, C-3. In the men's open singles Lahgforil fell before Hat by scores ot 10-8, and (1-3, Art Even Break AIIB. delphia and Uoslun divided a double hradsr the locals winning the first to and the visitors tho second 7 tit 0. Second game: I HoBton................. .7 U 1 0 u 1 Mycrp and Schang; Naylor, Moore Perkins. Cleveland Loses 4 Straight Aug. York rliU not find Friday (.hi 13th unlucky, as they wbn their fourth straight from Cleveland I to 'J. Score: New York............. 10 Cleveland............. -3 7 .Mays and Kucl; Caldwcll and O'Xciil. RETREADING y6Uf next oy us. are espcri tire men We Are Alia Exptrit In Sec. Work, Broken tie. hire jive servlee, Spe- MrvlW to 6ul-of-town orders txpriM paid on: way. Leth- Leading Retreadea. Lethbridgc Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1M4 CHAPLIN, Ulhbrldge. LETHBRIDQE BRANpK AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S, B. CHAPLIN, Macleod. PACIFIC COAST Portland S; Seattle 10. Los Angeles 2; San 'Francisco Sacramento 7j Salt 'i. Oakland 0; Veruori 2. "Babe1' Hnlh of New York, the home king, leads in runs scored with .20 and IE oul In front in total bases a-itll 293. Iiu hlamis "fourth 111. bat- linp with -an average of ..'JS7, Itfing lopped hy.hctaiin of Cliiwgo. who and Siwlrr ot 1st. who! lu rimurMip lo w-llh .I'll. Unlit had 41 homo runs np lo llio conu pllallun Of which fn- cludo games. Itlco of .Washington has not hceri very Hurcnssful iu his Hpeoliilly of liui: bsisos in ihe''pasl week, hut with hix laal >vcdk> mark ot 13 tholls ccmahis far nhra'l of hlfi. rlynlw. C'lovclaiid, riikagn shd'N'nvy York, Iho league leaders, nro bundled In team-nclillns with averages ol .971, .070 and; .005 respectively, wHIJbTfn team.patting. Cleveland is first'with third with .293 and f' York'frf111 with ,CS1. K. -Collins. Chicago. .355; Iticn. Waslllnsloii. J35i'; Mcnscl. New York. 1.351: Cflbb; De'- troll. .811; jRcohsonrSI. IXiulB, llcndrlx. Huston, Weaver, Chi cage, .335; K. Smiih. St. l.ouis, Judge. ,328: I'cluch, Chi cngo. .327; H. U'.Velll, Cleveland, Ml linger Hornshy. lhe St. Ixnlls slur failed to swell his average us leader ot the National league batlera In the his tlyltt of dancing, have lost a great I Alienee of. the appointment ot Col. [leal of their sense of decency, and t! to TOlolliiV governorship, is as think that the fox Irot Is not far he- Col'ows: hind the 'Shimmy' In ils effect Sir A Churchman, Coalltioii-Lmioii- morals" t'st' 9'S'8' Larden, Ixtbor, S.707. Sixty-one par cent, ot (he votes oif lhe regislcr were casl. The new member has strong local connection, r.nd had twice unsuccessfully contest- ed Ipswich. Hardest, the Labor'can- didate, has Ihree (lines previously tried for parliament, onuo as a Con- ficrvEtttve and twice as-a Liberal. St. Paul 2; l.oulsvllli! C. Minneapolis :t: ImllaiiaiiolliS 2. Milwaukee I; Cohnnhus 8. Kansas City S: Toledo 7. INTERNATIONAL Torontn 4: Jersey Cily Buffalo-Syracuse, wet grounds, iAltrnn In: llnltlmnro 1 nochesler 10; Heading IS. LANOFOHD AND McVEY MEET CHICAOO, Aug. Many hosing fans galhered here today to witness the 10-roiind bout scheduled between ttio two vclcfan negro heavyweights, Sam Langford antl Sam McVey at East Chicago. Indiana. Before the flght ruled a slight favorite, but the confidence o.f McVcy was shown in the announcement that Me- Voy had already been matched tor a negro championship boul with Harry Wills" at Jersey Cily for one week [rom Momlny. Ixiuls Crctr. ft Cincinnati phv- alcian. (old Ids wife "life wan too shorl (i> svitnA sviln one woman." Ilia wife grniixi" a divorce. Slllls Competilion' Arc AunnuntTcd He- Tho elimination for (he laworlh tup is on at the city tennis courts. Tlie results so far follows: Horning wins by dofnuil. Krcemnn ivins. 0-1, Ml. (i-'J; Worr by Darloy. 0-0; Uaworlh. (j.O; Tlirall. itose by default; D. G. Harris, by default; Kelger. G-3, R-3: S. Jackson by default; J. 6-0, -1-0. llincks, 7-.J. 60; Davis, by default; JlcArthur, 1.5, c-1; Cna- cadcleti. S-l. 7-5; Jliss Aird. by default; Oiiiisworth. 6-4; C. Driggs, C-0, C-3. Rules and Regulations 1. A nialclt two ont-oC three sets. All matches lo he finished by Wednesday nighl, August nth, when the draw for tho second round will made. Competitors arc renuoskd to get In loucli with their opponents at once Ansusl Bishop and Mrs. l.eavitt.huvo return- ed from n visit (o Idaho, where (hey saw many frlemls and relatives, in-1 eluding many former dnmlians. Tho principle puinls visited were Wfiiser and Wampa, and lhe primary] object of Hie'irlp was'to find a snit- Hblo place might'movo. They time ami a Simnj; Soulbojn Albcrtar nioVe for'them.'" Glcnwood la 'grpivlng. Mrs. Glen Wood-gave hlrthil'fl.ahaby boy on the) 7th Insl.' Mother and! son ure doing! as well as ca'n Tho llfclefs body of a man with. 3 pfecu of paiicr bearing the name ol -Andruw Smith pinncu oo his coal WHS found banqinR from tlio rafterr of lhe Dominion Coal Co. pocket ai St. John, X. PHONE 6S6 Tt-eods seem to he i'ear 'In this BCC- 410 FIFTH STREET ugh ho kept i; out 8 hits 111 hilt lust retained his mnrk of last week, .illh pace by crm kin games nnrl................. ____ a u-onk ngo, Illn total base re (ord is 231, intiio nn liil hits which Inclndo 31 tloulilos, It triples and 7 Kayrea Doatoli. the Hitch- er oulncMcr. lias hecoino tlio runnor- nii In llornsby. wltli nn nvcrag3 of marlojn compared with Uoriipby'B Hoimch of t'lu- rimmtl Is v. nml Nlchol- "buti, Tnnrih with ,328. Williams. I'hllndelphia, bugged humn runs lasl week ami to'ns j IhB circuit drive wllh in. Mnx nddcd a pair of stolen bases to his siring flnd Is show- Itig lhe way to the base stealers with 3S Ihefle. liancroft, Now York, is the heal ruii-jctter wllh o9. Other Icaiiing baiters: J. Smith, St. i.onls, .3J5: Williams, Philadelphia, .325; Kbnfclchy. nrotiklyn, .324; Klrijf, ,N'ew York, Young, N'ew York, .3Zi: Hmloclicr. Chicago. .318; Slock, St. Louis. ,31V: Oroh. Cincinnati, .316: Jlycrs. Krooklyn, .aid; Wheat, llronklyn. and pby off as soon ;is'possible. 4. The tv.'o south i be uaed by competitors at'rany (line i' during tho The draw will noii- bo Horning ill Freeman, and ,'each' 'down the il line. Fashion Craft Men's and Young Men's Suits In Urooklyn. me .Siiccial Rtuloul Court fined .Mrs. flenicc, an apartment houso owner, (or nol providing for tenaiim with hoi water. D. Atig. football last ivlghl received lhe' cup and medals for being wlnnera oli (he Crow's N'cst Puss Football League. Tho following IE the slsndlng: 'P. W. D. Michel S 3 1 Coal Creek 3 2 Fernie......... 8 3 4 1 WESTERN CANADA AI Cdlgiiry: Moose .Jnw I; Calgary 15. (No others learns (ravcll- Wtien men spoak of "good clothta" they have In mind siH'li nuiiras those. They think.ol all weal fabrics, clean- rnl ant) tailoring thai gives ilielinctlvo permanent llncss and good (il an well an wear. When we 'offer such clotljus si SJ5.00 yow naturally gel tho idea Ibat il 13 something special. H Is! Conio in and look them over. Sco (or yotirsGlt'lfyou seen anything as good for .flj.oo. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF KAS1I10M CRAFT CLOTHES AND TUB Fl.OIlSHKIM SIIOB OUVBU tif.OCK 318 wmi ST. ;