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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.ETHBBIPGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1920 UP FATHER I By G. .McManus; t I TO j i WAITER COME I HERE TAKr- THEM J j j HOT I f YOU I J ENoH i Safe i 7 WE SERVE IT If it is possible to obtain it. The experience and ab- ility of an expert chef is at your service. You will approve our prices. SILVER GRILL C. E, MOOftE, MGS. Corner Fourth Ave, FJfth St Ray Chapman, Cleveland Shortstop, Is Killed By Bali Thrown by Carl Mays at Adams, Tonight YORK, Aug. monrf Chapman, ahcitstop on the Clevalsnci American baseball team who VVBS hit on the head by a bait thrown by Pitcher Mays In yesterday's game with ihc riew York Amsricans, died in the St. Lawrence hospital at o'clock this morning. Ht never regained consciousness after an oparaticn wMch was hurriedly de- cided on shortly after midnight v.'hcn a portion of his fractured skull was by surgeons who hoped against hope that he might recover. Carl Mays grief when the news was told to him. The 'accident occurred at ths oubfet of the fifth inning. Chap- man was the first batter up and was Ml by ths first ball pitched. So terrific was the blew that the -report of the caused tajors to think that the ball had struck his bat. Msys, who pitched Ihe bait, actftd under this impres- sion, fielding the ball thai re- bounded half way to the pitcher's box, and threw it to first base in retire Chapman. Then It was ncticad that Chap- man had collapsed st the piste. He was lifted ts his feet by oth- er players, then he stood dazed for a moment, staggered and crump- led at their feet. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. AMERICAN' LEAGUE [Cleveland [Chicago------. I New York St. Louis___ Boston I Washington i Detroit Philadelphia Team Standings Won. Lost. Pet. 1 Brtdo. 3li .....___ i I Bens, ss....... 5 iSnow. It........ 5 ISiler. Ib. 4 jCalalinii. c....... 5 Skinner, rf....... I Allen, tf......... 4 p....... 4 71 -10 .640 .632 .621 .491 .403 .453 .375. .315 50 4S 41 35 44 54 58 5S 6S- Leaders Beat Yanks 1 1 3 A i I) 12 2 0 0 0 1 o 1 7 NEW YORK, Aug. ninth in- 1 Ijning rally hy .N'ew York which fell short by one of tying the score to-' 2 i day, gave Clevejand the" oponln i i game of tbe series 4 to 3. j Score: 1; Cleveland............ 4 7 0 0 I Xcw York............. 3 7 z 1 i Covcleskie and O'Neill; Thormahlen, to see .soaio classy baseball ilurjn? tbe next raonlli acording to the-way Manager Tommy Evans Is lining things On Wednesday evening n( 5.16 sharp, the Kayinond crew will bo here. This Is the first of the district teams to .cross bats with Ihe Lethbridge All-Slars Ihis season and Ihe event should be tho signal for a monster holiday crowd. Tho fact that "the game Is being plnyed ior tho benefit of the U A. A. A. fuiuls should also be an attraction to bring out the fans. One thousand-fans at four bits per would; nut the.L. A. A. A. In a position to do some work, and would encourgae the city fathers'to gi> ahead and put up a real ball park at Henderson Park next spring. Raymond Is brills- ink up the pick of Ibo south towns for this game, and .came will be one of the best of Ihe season. Lethbridge now hai a well-balanced Mays and ncam capable of I'layiu? snappy ball its way-to The Gau Club will hold their uexl i weekly shoot tomorrow (Wednesday) evening, the llrst srjuad being culled j at 7 sharp. Shooters nrj urged to I come early and got in the first siiueds as it ge'.s dark quite early now. The club will not hold a tourna- ment this season, but til the evening shoot on the 2olh insl., the Adams Cup. emblematic of the club cham: jiionship, will be shot for. This is u fifty-target contest and the present cup has been held as follows: C. Livingstone...... C. Livingstone D. Stafford H. Mulr Pilling H. McDonnell tiling Pilling McMillan contest. K. D. Johnson will he referee -IS JC 42 4ti IS 4! ...49 COOL STRAW AND PANAMA HATS Tills year our liatS make a strong i.ppeul to men iiiici young men who are- seeking iiiuxlmum comfort. Their light weight and good fit prevent, any unnecessary sweating. They itre designed lo make one feel merely look com- fortable. AH .to' Clear at One-Third Off Regular Price. BERT. KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP. HOME OP 20Tif CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK. ON THE CORNER. for the contest for tlie cup. Bring your own shells as tbeiclul) is not keeping a supply at the club house. i hit Big Crowd Witnessed S-5 At Millionaire Wheat Town 's'" On Sunday ioonlon, lij (Special Correspondence) BAltpNS. Aug.. uiter- tioou saw the largest crowd that has witnessed a ball game for years, as- seniblQd at tlis local diamond to see f the Barons team battle with the 1 "Winnipeg Giants." j The Winnipeg'team deserves its' name in more ways itu'.if one. for not -unly arc the? extremely husky bunch of boys, but "some giants" when it comes to playing baseball. Though tbe local learn was a strong, the strongest the Giants litre run up against since' leaving j ip the' field and i viclory with tho bal. Red Sox Trim Tigers A.B. 11.11. P.O. A.E. Green are liable break up a (Xo cithers scheduled.] will pitch on WcJin-scliiy nighf as .he Kat Thursday NATIONAL LEAGUE pitch his team let victory over tho" Hat Umpires: J. A. Gow and M oore. iRotarlans in the battin SUGAR TWENTY CENTS A POUND IN ARCTIC Maclepd South To Fort JlcPherson, within the Arctic circle, sugar was selling for twenty cents a pound this I spring prices were in keep- This unusual condition is explained by the fact that the Liebius fur-com-j pany of San Francisco use groceries 1 and-edibles of all descriptions as' ba'l-' last for their whaler which yearly "makes the trip from the Cal- ifornia port to-the fur nurth: AfleV having'disciiaYge'il the' cargo, she takes Jn her. complement of furs, and again leaves tho Arctic port for Eu'shing Irrigation Contract lo For Implements Irrigation meeting was held In Watei ton school house, when a report o- the irrigation convention was glvei by their secretarjvtreasurer, A. It. JU Fad den. Team Standings Won. Brooklyn 63 Cincinnati Cti. New York........ 59 (j'itlsburg .___.'... 55 .'Chicago SS f Kt. Louis.......... GO Boston..... Philadelphia ever. Seaman and available for tlic mound. for the Camp- trophy. How- will he f Later iiMiie tha Barons team expected to iijt'On an appearance. I'turing Hie fuil.-.Tvfnf; week the fam- I OUR Wycliffa ir-uu will be hero, for two .They are goiiig llhrnugu to ilut and will llke- j'y Play one game here going one on their return trip. The Fernie team Is being written, irhilc1 Cardstou I is lagged .as a victim. .Then, of .lohnson. Crop Cause of Much Around Barons IfVom :Our Own DARONR, ,Aug. ar( .being taken out of town in many dir binder twine has "beet going out by the wagon load durlnj the past few days.' Mr. Blaue has .been having hi; house painted this week. JIrs Blnne's brother is the ariiai.- jf cdrt.ilnly a fine improvement. Rev. n. 'Clegg newly nupoinlci tward hotel on ouverni :gapa n. uiegg newly nppointci H. L. Hainline are helng broughl In every day, j Methodist minister of Carrnangay two stalwart sreylInB ocine "10 principal catch, preach at Barons White Lak6 or. Our1 OJTI' MACLEOD, pass- of the big mammals on the way up ta features were related to a Bulletin re- porter in. the King Edward hotel on Tinirbday evening by lMn" and l :gopd A number of-R. C. iM. P. have been ST. LOUIS, Aug. single Mrs. John Hansen and iitilo daujh lills, anil yi'l behind him. that tbo locals i-onld not Ciithcr In more five'tallies. would bard, imlsed. lo ntuk a In tbo line uw of nnrt ivo do .not doubt the veracity of tho r.talcmont of their mnnaser. who told us. thai they heil offered to play tbo Maroons 51.000 a gome, ami that the offer (3 still going begging. -.Trckson, -v.'llo played in the r'pht garden for-tho Giants, rlellshted cror.-tl again and again with Mn.really marvellous v.-ork. Ho seemed to lia ail over tile outfield.ot and put up Ihc claspie.'t play in tho ganlou has ever been seen In Barons. "Scottv who held down the 1st base, the position like a big- leaguer, his line of caitcr whilst i-na'cMnr his prime, green willi'em-v.- Three exceptionally bri'llian'. 9 18 two strokes j IsTmTie'and -Many ot tlic foremost riflemen oflchlcaso 2 s capturing it again today. and Canada made the supreme sacrifice! Fisher and Wingo; Hendrjx. Dallev, it, Hie great war and many more have Jones'and OTarrell. :long driving liriuin snatched tile IhTold rotun.e.1 wonnded, .nd broken so Hut .VcW york-l-hiladelpma-raln. ho.ior thre, Leo wharMiavln, tnej uro missing at RockcIKfc ihisl others scheduled.) Uicgel ami .lock chin son of Chica- However, many new faces are! .So and. Jack Durku, of miss- {MTpRlVATTOMAt lonR putts liy fnclies.. lo lie the vv-r-n 'srorc of tlle winDor' o'lt- Auf- bis counlryinaii, Vardon, by larse proportion of the total entry 'fS119 standing, Including yesterday's; a Blnglc stroke. i '___ Pet. TENNIS PLAYERS SDMI and ihc competition, which tyros who have never woi prize In the o. u. A., was a fail- J> MANITOBA BOWLERS ELECT i.-f y, fl'3( Won. 78 75 72 playB ...iinuji', rcatured the game, n dmiblo by Singer and for the Giants, a double bv Bride snrl Silcr. for the local fani and a wonderful "aviaHon" spear by The following is the box scorf ttarons- A.I5. H. II. i'i> A r Smith, 2b 3 2 d 3 Haltimoro Toronto Iluffalo Akron 44 llocbealer....... U4 Syracuse........ 27 Lost. 87 10 It H IK) 71 t'l ROTARIANS GO TO THE WILL INVADE CALGARY .6iil! WINXIPKO. Aug. strong con- i lliiKPDt of tcinil niix.g tennis nlaj'crs. In-1 Canadian i ilenl. X. II. Darrell of Fort SVIIIIam is the other vice-president. The meet- ing was held at conclusion of I yesterday's oYaws which opened the thirteenth annual tournament uf the provincial association. Toronto. 0; Syracuse, (No others scheduled, rain.) Oco. Johnston 'of Mailnn, sentenced lu six months in. Jail for selling liquor. RETREADING Get yoiir'neit lira rctrcaded oy us. Wo are expert lire men. Aro Alto Experts In Set- tional Work, Broken Beads, ate. We are to olve tervlce, Sps- tervlco to orders ExpreM one way. Leth- brldge'i Leading Retrcsders. Lelhbridge Valcanizinff Works DUnUC 4KCA i PHONE 1664 CHAPLIN, Lethbrldne.. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE, S. B. CHAPLIN' Ma AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee, 0; Toledo, 8. (II in- .Yfin.icapollc. 5: Loulavlllo, Ht. Paul, C; Indiaimpolis, 3. Kansas City, 5; Columbus, 13. WESTERNCANADA At S; Calgary, i.Manitoba singles tlt'.oholder; P. K. iWrishl, Kefrclary of Iho Maniloha I Lawn Tennis and. V. .f, Hock, led Ili'j city, yesterday for Cal- igary where thev will compete In lha i Alberta eliamniiuialilna. The Elolar? ball team goes to .Medicine Hat on Thursday lo play tlic llolarian team tliere. A rclurn match has been arrangocl for Wednesday of next v.-celi. colleges, are spending, holidays their home town, Macleod. The Irrigation surveyors who have been making Jlacleod their headquar- ters for this season; moved camp down the river nbouL 20 miles from whieh point they will complete the Madeod Northern surrey of the Irrl- gallon ditches. Monday evening of last week an Jlr. Cotlom of ihc Union Bank stab returned from his holidays on day, after spending a good time ii Calgary and Banff.' Lumber la being tmuled out lhcs( days (or gralnorles. It looks decldcdlj hopeful for this season's crop. Mr. Tlhert, ot the Pioneer Lumboi Co., who has been on the sick Hat fot week, Is progressing Jay PHIL PATCH WINS Aui? I'atcb.i Dan ceJchraled i luirei. won a victory In the pixel Jancsvlllc. on Saturday by! [uufcatlug several grand circuit liorsaa.! C- f.. 3. U- At Jaw, 0; SCOTTISH FOOTBALL At Heglna, i; lon' 5- Kdmon- RAY AND VARDON WIN TORONTO, Aug. Hoy and Harry Vardon. tho two British i golfers who competed In the United Stales open golf championehipa last week, defeated George Camming, the Toronto professional, and Albert Mur- Iray, of the Kanawaki Club, yesterday at the Kcarhoro Colt Club. Tho llriti.ih pair covered tho 36-hoIo course In ran? tuolr opponents required ?M, I LO.VDOX, AUR, Canadian Assou.y.ed in Ihe Football League havo result- ed as follows: Clyde 4, Clyilebank 0. Ralth 0, Albion 0. Falklrk 2, Dundee 2. Motberwcll 4, Hibernlana 3. Oahriet Shipley, a poor lock lender on the Chesapeake Ohio cana TOOREAND Eerrlce Slation (ir the fnmous Magnetos. All makes of magnetos, generators, colls re. paired. Full slock of repair parls car- ried. AU work guaranteed. MAGNETS'RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 513