Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX .'HE LETHBP1DGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY. AUGl'ST.16. Id20 I BRINGING UP FATHER By. G. McManus FOR COOD'SEb'b toAW Ib COItS'TO j MARSSY! i_OOK.IN' MR. FOR? ONE OF THE BE A, LOT OF UNHAPPY M WHEN 5HE. A SERVICE TO PLEASE EVERY- ATIHE COUNTER OR TABLES SILVER GRILL MOOREvMGRi- Corner Fourth SI, FOUR DOUBLE PLAYSJ! FEATURE 2ND. GAME WITH COLORED GIANTS Lethbridge All Slars Stage Three Won 10-6 Through Ability to Clout the Bali, though Lethbridge Made Fine Showing. ner was out third to first, rctiriiiK the side. It was neat work, and showed ihc fans that the I6calt aggregation Is beginning to get down ulaylns real! ball. Both slues were blanked iii the fifth, ".Inthe siitb the Giants made, Hie score Ibree to one by pushing a _________ run on a two bagger bv Ewmg, wbu Who said baseball wasn't popular hitting like a fiend sll evening. Lethbridge. Saturday evening again au by Snow "'ho )cl Tan demonstrated Ihc fact that V grounder go through, more popular than ever. Over COO I Then, came the glorious last half faun paid their good tour bits each iocala laid' on Stagers ot- to" see the Colored Giants and thai "Ings. the regular second Lethbridge All-Stars stage their Mfr baseman, but was pressed into duly on BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standings Won Lost Boyd at second which he mussed other that Lethbridge has a strictly amateur organization that is going to be heard from quite frequently ia Ilia future. la all 1300 fans paid b J1 p see tho two which 'is pretty bagger sending Evans lucky for Lethbrlflse. The old game Sang across. Zubach scored or, Stone 3 is exhibiting lots cf Jazz. 1hl1' antl tne locals were ahead five lo surprised the fans by leaning ou one, and The game was a good example, of the amateur TS. the professional. Tbe local boys staged a nice game, but they wore defeated 10 to G. It might have been worse, and it might have been better. If His Umps had called the game at the end of the sixth Leth- bridge would haTfi won for at thattii But in tbe 'very next frame .the Giants showed what real clouting is and before tbe merry-go-round was over seven runs had crossed tbe pan Five of them came after two men were down, and if Rchweilzer hail .s fly_ hc gol (0 48 16 49 51 57 57 57 Pet. MS .502 .516 .510 .496 .467 .452 .398 Brooklyn........ C3 Cincinnati 59 Xew York........ 59 PitLsburg 53 Chicago 5C St. Louis 50 Boston 47 Philadelphia..... 43. SATURDAY GAMES New York Trims Brooklyn YORK. Aug. York defeated Brooklyn. 7 to 6, in a game of exciting situations. Bancroft scor- ed the winning run in the ninth when Krucger In returning Ihe ball to Mara- aux threw it wide, the pitcher being able just to touch it and deflect it to- ward the shortstop. Young and act- ing Manager Evers of the Gianls were put off the field for arguing a deci- sion. Score: H. H. Brooklyn ii 8 New York 113 Marquard, Mitchell, Jlamaux a Nehf, Douglas and Snyder St Louis Wins at Pittsburg 'Aug. Louis defeated Pitlsburg today in the His single, following ;i walk to Peek- and Pratt's double also gave the visitors their other two runs in (be Ruth's home run was tbe lirst he. has niado hen- this season. Score: It. U. E. .New York.............. 1! Washington............ 9 1 Collins aud Rucl: Shaw and Char- rity. Detroit andv Chicago Divide 11KTROIT. Aug. ulld Chicago divided a ilouble-headcr. the isitors winning the first, o to aud 10 Tigers the second, 'j !o 1. Kerr'a itching brought victory to Chicago the Detroit look the econd by hard hitting. First game: R. H. K. bicago ii 11 1 >etroit 2 0 1 Kerr and Schalk; Oldliam. Ayres nd Manion, Stallage, AiiiEmHh. Second game: H. H. 13. Chicago 1 5 0 Detroit................ Ii 11 1 Faber. Wilkinson and Scbalk, Lynn; Ehmke and Stallage. Cleveland Loses Again CLEVELAND, Aug. lUstained its fiftli consecutive defeat oday, being beaten by St. Louis, 5 to Shocker was invincible after the bird Binning. Score: R. H. E. St. Louis................ 6 9 2 Cleveland............. 3 5 C Shocker and Billings; Morton, and O'Neill. Boston Beats AthletFcs PHILADELPHIA. Aug. won the deciding ganjc e! the series Tom the Athletics, fj to 3, by a bal- ing rally in the seventbv Keefe, held 8oston scoreless until the seventh utfielders running rasgeu -oeiore mcj. -b llial th last man was down in that leanest- (j d m nous inning and they, were glad that 1 d mes -a the dis. Seaman used his old underhand m 'expected roaldale aud struck tbe side out the eighth j ,fl furnjsn an it and last spasm, after wbicli the game; ,3 ,vlu uo lloro Wednesday was called. ifor ono or two for the benefit But the fans saw some mighty L, A. A. 'A. funds. ly fielding in the first six innings, dur-! (JJAXTS__ Aii H li PO A K ing which the locals held the visitors Three Cornered Races in lioth .Leagues Sets T'ans All Agog ..NEW VOItK. Aug. three cor- nered race with the possibility' of a new leader each day is on in botli! major leagues and promises "the clos- est fmish In years. Brooklyn yester-, day regained the League leadership lost 'to Cincinnati last Thursday. .'Brooklyn won a 12-lnnlng game yes- terday from PhllaOclphia, Wiiile Hi- Reds were to four hits and no runs by Tyler of Chicago. New York failed to' tftKc advantage' of Cincin- nati's defeat, dividing two games with BoEton.. With first place at stake Cleveland tried a recruit, the mound yesterday and shut Louis with four hits. The Indians, who lost foul- straight last week .will play the Yan- kees a thrcs-gamc series starting to- day, Chcago went into second place ahead of. New York dp- WASH TIES It's, a whole, lot cheaper to Bend'' your soiled lies to the laundry than to buy new ones. You can do it over and over these wash ties. And, every time tho laundry sends them bad: H'B like getting" a batch of new neckwear .only it doesn't cost any- thing to speak of........... Even tho.first cost !s a small item. It's CO cents. got him- into trouble and Rommel was rushed to his rescue. Score: R. H. E. Boston 6 12 l ;i S 2 Busb. and Keefe, Kommcl and Perkins" to three runs. Four double plays of the lightning kind were staged in that j a j ?t part of the session, and Lethbridge 1 had three of them, culling off chances i of every case. Saow al Tanner, sg....... 5 4 Ewing.' Ib. Jackson, rf Scotty, If. staged tho first nil by his lonesome. Tanner had struck out. Boyn hit safely. Reed did likewise. First and second were populated with one down when Singer shot a hot one to Snow Totals who touched Hoyd oh the line and! __ run to second touching the bag, re- nf" tiring tho side. Schwe'itzer 'if In tho second, the Giants singed it, double. Snow had produced a hit. j gno" 40 1C 17 24 16 AB. R. H. PO.A.E. Lethbridse came right back with a i sJ.n'man? y Evans attempted to sacrifice him lo but popped the ball which was taken by the catcher, who-threw to first catching Snow. .double play iu the third. Tanner hit Safe. Bpyd gol a lifp on Eans's error.! Reed 'scratched a hit and the sacks! were populated. Then Singer shot] one to Harvey Schweitzer in left. It looked like a safe one and the run- ners were all .away from HID bags. no% 1 f) a 9 0 1 2 Schweitzer whipped 'tha hall to Sang Boyd out at second, com- Totals ........32 6 11 II 5 Score hv innings: It. H. K. Giants.....000 "01 17 2 All-Stars ___001 11 5 base hits, Tanner, Heed, having. Know, Zubach; two has, hits, Ewing. Pale; stolen bases, Boyd, DoaSc. and Clemens; Ponder, Hami] ton and Haeftoer. Seccud game: H. H. t. 3t. Louis 1 5 Pittsburg 1 9 0 Sberdel ami llilhoefer; Carlson aiid Haeft'ner. Alexander Shuts Out Clncy CHICAGO. Aug. shut out Cincinnati, B to 0, today. Heutli- er's wildness accounted for all of tbe locals1 runs in the first inning, while four hits off Rcuther, with an error, brought the other three. Herzog was bit. on 'tbe head in tbe first inning by a pitched ball and retired at the end of tbe innlnf, Score: R. M. E. Cincinnati 0 5 2 Chicago 5 5 0 Iteiither, Ssllec, Bressler and Win- go; Alexander aud Boston Splits With Phillies Aug. and Philadelphia, divided a double-header today, the visitors winning the first game, 4 to 3, and the locals Ihe sec- jnd by tbe same score in 10 innings. [n the second game the winniiig run was scored on Sullivan's single. First game: n. H. B. 4 i Z Boston 3 when a wild, throw and several hits feating Detroit while :New[ York, wtre beaten by -Washington.- It was the Senators' first victory In 11 games. Cincinnati regained some lost ground last week by taking four games out of five from Boston through heavy hitting. -buV Cincinnati's pitchers were far, from championship' form. .Brook- lyn's pitchers also were unsteady. New York is playing first-class ball behind pitching. The Giants 1' lost two games last week wheu-unablo and to hit Adp.nis of Pittsburg and through wild pitching by Toney with a rain 0 i soaked ball. O' Pittsburgh iilay fell' after its New SUNDAY Chicago i'. Detroit ...........i....; 3 1 Cicotte aud Schalk; Leonard Stanage. St. Louis 0 Cleveland BERT. KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP. HO.MB OF 20T11 CENTUHY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL B'UOCK. 'ON tHE CORNER. INTERNATIONAL Toronto 6-5. Syracuse 0-2. .Akron" 6, Reading 3. _ Buffalo 00, Jersey City 1-4. 'Rochester 1, -Baltiuicro 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 5-3, Columbus'4-2. Kan'sas'Glty 4-5, Tcjetlo 3-T. Minneapolis 1-2. Indianapolis 4-3. Sl.'Paul 4-5; Louisvlllo 2-1. '-.PACIFIC COAST 1-3.'-Los Angeles 3-4 Salt Ver'non 1-1, Oakland Seattle 10-1. Portland 1-0. CALUIES' LINEUP' The following, is tho Cale- doiiian tcain against the North un Tuesday, the 17th, at Adams Park: Duniop; Bateman, Easton, Pink, Douglas, Owens, Thomp- sou. Knight, Robinson, Jackson, It McFarlane, Apnleton. Game to commence at 6.SO p.mi i- -In 1914 the population'of "Europe 10 ij iv v i i iLisumg Davis. Sothoron antf Clnrk Yc-rK setback end Ihe Pirates lost and O'Neill. .tl twice to St. Louis before winning yes- New York 13 0 j terday. Mogridge, Shore Quinn and Ituei; Erickson and Gharnty. (No others The Chicago Americans continued their excellent playing, taking five straight from Washington in addition to victories over nosttfn and Detroit. St. Louis and Boston repeated their winning work of the previous week. Washington set a weekly record for jibe season by losing eight straight i games.. ever. Lelhbrtdce drew first bluud. Stone hit, but was out stealing. Sea- man drew a walk and came home when the dusky lioys threw the bail away at second in an attempt to get him Ihcrt. It wan an easy one. In Ihp. fourth the real lighlnins double of tho game was alace'l. stone mussed one, Ewing scratched n hit, Jackson hit safe sending two across with none down. Then Kcoliy a drive at Seaman which almost knocked him off his feel. Ho took it with ono hand, and tossed (o Cordle Morrison, doubling up Jackson. Tun- ancc% G50. Umpire, Wray Epidemic of Whooping Cough Cutting Rniit Needed (From Our Own Cerrespondent) JIACSHATII, Aug. number of farmers arc now busy cutting ryo. A groat amount cut and anil jt' few 'weeks more will see the binders in .the wheat fields. A little rain would-be welcome, but 'been arranged, also talk by. Dr. Sharp. Frlenua will be glad to iearu that Mrs. J. T. HcnriiBtr, Sr., Is progress- ing nicely the past few .days, after her accident, which happened last week in Raymond, when she was at- tending the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Mer- cer, August Sth, a son. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Hachlng loft last week in their car for Utah, Mrs. B. Olsen. of Cardstcn, spent the week visiting friends in Magralh. Mrs. llasmusscn. of Cardston, Meadows and Wheat; Scott! as a rule the doing fine. and O'Ne Second game: Philadelphia Iloston GIANTS RECALL KAUFF NEW YORK Aug. Kauff. Biilflslder, and Bill llynn, recalled by Philadelphia Ihe Now York Nationals Sattir day from Toronto of the In- Smith, Knzc tcrn'atlonal league, they will report here ;it the end of Ihe- International season. SUNDAY GAMES Cincinnati 0 i 1 Chicago................ 1 7 0 Ring, Kller and liarlden; Tyler and OTarrcll. First game: Boston................. 3 IS New Ynrk 7 Rudolph. McQuillan, and Diiuginn. Barnes and Snyder. Second game: Boston................ 1 S i Now York r, 1 gauge has teen Installed In II. H. E, Magrath. and any 'one wishing to 9 0 j know the amount of rainfall, (when II 4 9 1! rains) can do EO, M.r, Harold has charge of the gauge and reports I to the Experimental farm at Lcth- bridge. .No rain yetiln AnguBt. j At a bjicclal meeting of the health board hebl in the town hall on Tlinrs-i day cvcniiiK. Dr. Shari) was appointed j -Mcrllcal Health Officer. There is con-' formerly of Miigrath, a few days In Majratii renewing old acquaint- ences. Jliss Vila has been in Cal- gary visiting her father, before leav- ing for Sslt Lake City, where she will attend school. Mrs. Geo. Minion's baby was one of those In the- Baby Show who received 30 marks. This namo was; omitted from our report of the -meeting. WLOllMMX Qn oldfriend n a