Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SEC THE I.ETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18. lOl'.O BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus i 1: T I CRCEL V.-E QUA-WELL TOCAV WE 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, MOORE, MGR. Cor tiff Fourth Avc. and Fifth St. Baseball vs All-Stars-6.15 BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Bail Thompson of Prince Al- bert Breaks World Kecord by Ncfiofinling Final Event in M 1-5 Seconds. ANTWERP, Aug. Thompson of Prince Albert. Satk., vyho is representing Canada In the Olympic games today final hsat of the 110-metrb hurdles. hanging up n nfw world's record of 14 4-5 H. E. Bsrron of the Meadowbrook ciub, Phila- delphia, was second and Fred S. Murray of the New York A. C, third. Wilson of New Zealand was lourth Walker Smith of the Chi- cago A. A., fifth and Carl Chrls- tlernuen of Sweden, 6th. The old record for the event, both Oly- mpic and world's was 15 seconds fiat Friction Amongst Swedes OLYMPIC; STA.DIUJI. Antwerp, Aug brer.fto unsatis- factory and disappointing sliowins of H athletes in tlie serenth Olym- piad sames, of which there have been rumors for sernral days, culminated SUGGEST STRIKE AGAINST MAYS WASHINGTON. Aug. A suggestion players of tho Atuerlcah league baseball clubs against any fur- .ther1 participation'by Pitcher Carl Mays of the Xew York Americans, in league contests, was made today by St. Louis [dayers. who joined members of the Washington team in in.- formal meetings to discuss the death of Ray Chapman. Cleve- land shortstop, whose skull was -fractured Monday by a' ball pitched by Mays, and who later died.' Cincinnati Hroolilyn Xew York Chicago SI. Louis I nostou Philadelphia Team Standings "Won. Lost. 61 48 so r.i) Pet. .r.TO 50 47 51 CO I Pirates ST. LOUIS, Aug. de- feated St. Ixmis 10 to G today, hitting Schupp hard and piling .up a lead which the locals were unable to over- I come. Score: R. H. E. 10 13 i> St. Louis U 14 3 Cooper, Carlson and Haeffner; j Schupn, Goodwin, Scott, Glenn and Dilhoefer. Divide Double-Header PHILADELPHIA, Aug) delphia's ninth inning rallies featured ODDFELLOWS WIN FIVE Pin MATCH FROM K. P. AT CLARESHOLJI (From Our Own Correspondfiiit) CLARESHOLM. Aug. sec- ond five-pin bowling match between teams picked from the Oddfellows Itttlo the fam aa everybody seemed o be eram wore elimination heats in 5 000 metre obstacle race ami finals t In the lO.OOn-mcire walk the broad I goins Tho teams the h'1 walk, tiie jumii inil the tus-of-war. This niorn-j ings events were run nnder n holllrfg bun was made that the Olympic rules prohibit ed it the marathon cumnjlttee hatl! ff decided lo permit runners in that cias-j sic eietit on Sunday ui receive re-; freshmonts en route Stations will both games of today's double-header, tho locals winning the second, 3 to 2, after Ncw'York captiirod the first game.'S to 7, in 10 inniogs. Hi' H. E. New.York S 12 4 Philadeljihla 7 14 1 Toney, Douglas and Snyder; Kixey, Meadows, Betts and Wheat. Second game: II. II. Xew York 'i S Philadelphia 3 10 K. of P.'s be ustablished cacli five mill's; where i J runners may arrange lo liavo I'lclr favorite refreshments awalti'jy them. 67 42 40 :i2 26 Xehf and Suyde-r; Hiihell 'and Tra- sresaor. CIncy Wins CHICAGO. Aug. a tight game Cincinnati defeated Chicago In the final contest of the scries today. 3 to 2. Score: H. H. E. Cincinnati 3 7 0 Chicago...........'.... 3' t> 1 Idler and Allen; Vaughn nnd Daly. IN'o others scheduled.) The man who makes all the wind seems to be off the job today, and the fans are sei far the holiday game tonight when Leth- brlogc All Stars and the Raymond tangle for .the first district game of the season. The game is to be played at Eckstorm Park and wilt .start, sharo at GAft in order to play the whole nine in-! nings before dark, It is a benefit for the L. A. A. A- funds, and for this-reaion fans of every stripe wllf be on hand. A feature, of the game wilt be the appearance .of Jack Carney in the role of Umps. Jack Is a cousin of the late BUI Carney, the stormy petrel who for a couple of, years piloted the Calgary and Saskatoon teams in the Western Canada League. He umpired a game at Cardston.-recently and his work tkcpt the( fans In an up- roar of. merriment. The Lelhbridgc team will be about the same'as played against the iast week. O'Connor is home and caich, ill which case Stone may go to the Infield. Mulhnllnnd will, pitch iritii Seaman and in reserve. The Rotes' lefthander.is In and is out lo trim the Sugar City a dark brown finish. Walker will likely, shoot the slants for the RayraondHeK. ATILEIET OTTAWA. Aug. Th? second Our Own ccrrespimdfliti CLAnESItpLM. Aug. base-' tournament held at Granum last I Wednesday prayed to be a groat sue- I cess, in -the draw Macleoil was drawn against-Xoblefoid for the first game, ami 'Gnuium- against Clares-' holm. In the first tjuuie Macleod won from Xobleford in a good game.''tho score-being. 6-lo 4.- In the second. Teams Appear Evenly Jlalanced Rarac Ctareshoih won from Gramimj vs. N. L. U, Game Postponed 5 to-1 in a.hard-fongiit game, In tlioj play-off a lurgc crowd o[ rooters shouted themselves hoarse for their; respective favorites. The Clarcsholini i team won. this" game by tbo closo to (lie high wind prevailing i score of 2 to The management of Owing ___ ___ last night the league fixture between this tournament- deserve groat praiso in tho way the games wore handled. Special mention Lclhuiidge United and Callics was postponed. Neither team put in an appearance Attains Purk. Interest is-centred on tomorrow' night's international and a largo crowd should uu on hand to witness this blri-titnc soccer Oil paper the teams are evenly balanced, nnd it should he a close fight till the final whistle. The teams, are: goal; Clarke, right back; Anderson, left back; right half; Douglas, centre half; Shaw, left half; A. Karle. out- side right; Teunant, inside right; Lin- nlug, centre; Bnchan, Inside left; Liu- jnjng. outside-left. Bateman. should be made of the umpiring of Wrsy, oC-Lclhbriuge. This man. "Chuck." US-he was known by.liero in-tho days gone by, Is no slouch at tho umpiring game, ami ho would make some of the. -Western Canadft League umpires look sick in. handling a ball game. j right left back; :Pink. half; ;H6tberton, 'centre half; UreeSe, left half; Leggc.'outside i En Glenece, Minn. J Fred Barney, of Edmonton, was a1, visitor at the home of, Mrs. Madden i duriug his stay in'.lo'wn last week. I Miss Marcclla. Thompson has as heri KK'est Miss, llcta Audct' for .the past.} 'week. Mr. Geor StewnrL. of Lcthurldgc, spent Sunday town with Mrs. Stewart. .......__ Harry Devlin, of .Calgary. was in right; Appleby, eentre; town .on business on Thurs.dny. 13. .WlJIctlV. out- Mr. Montgomery, of .Lull-bridge, side t, was business .visitor. In town on Wednesday. Mr.: Allen, of-, the.' I. H., C., Leth- bridge, was a business visitor in town during the week. Gmss'ball team motored un on Saturday and played the local I cam to a score- of 7 to 9, in favor of .Milk itlver. Mr. Thompson, of the Bank of Commerce, is- spending his holidays in Calgary. (From Oar Own, Correspondent) SULK niVEH, Aug.' Qniim and family are entertaining ftg tholr guests, ,her grandchildren, Miss Ailecnii and Hillie. Barrett of jjilinge; Cleveland PACIFIC COAST rfull Lake >5, San Francisco 1. Sacramento 4. llos Ar.geles 5. (No others played.) 3t LouP I Bosloti..... j Washington Detroit..... [Philadelphia I DOdds 26 33 30 i Swain 2f, 2fl 31 i Cummings............ 43 50 391 Walker 13 61 i Lamb 5fi 50 THOMPSON EQUALLED j Tbc gan1c in thi, WORLD'S HURDLE AXTWKRP, Aug. I 'a the of the Hid- metres hurdles. 10 seconds, equals! the'world's record. H. K. Barren the Meadowhrook club. Philadelphia.! who .won the first heat in the finals, also made the distance in lo i seconds. In this hc.it Walker Rniltli.] A. M'us second :md Orin- i of France, third. j won the second heat First game; handily'-with Fred Murray, of the At Calgary: Winnipeg 3. Calgary J Detroit Now York A. C.. second nnd f.'arl, At Saskatoon: Mooae Jaw 0, Chrtktensen. of Sweden. thirJ. j Uutoon 1. Oltlham Tito (Irst three men in rai-ri he.it j At Kdinonlnn: HcBins 1, Kdmon-[ Walters, qualified for the .final. ton 3. Soc'onil i i AMERICAN -LEAGUE Team Standings Won. .....i. 71 Lost. 40 f'ci. .640 .632 .621 51 42 59 C.O 70 of (he Dorainlon of Canada Rifle Moat: lassoclalion matches at Kockrltffc I The town hns the gradinf; outfit ftt opened under delightfully cool weatli-.' work putting in new cement sidewalks ler-ind bright sun, hut with a rather I and grading the streets, whlch': will stiff left wind that kept the' riflemenl uicau n much needed improvement, guessing. The results cf the Harold! The First Aid Girls gave n dance L. Bordcn match which was fired yes-'in Eillort'n hall on Thursday oveulng, lerday, were announced this wag much enjoyed' by the ing, the delay being due to Ihe great young folks. number of The Walker and Mr and Mrs. P. Auclet entertained as Iheir guests last week, Mr and Mrs. A. F. Werts. of Bow tslaml. The Milk .River, Junior, hall team played Warner last week and won by a score of 2 to I. Dr. and Mrs. 0. X. Giles and family Bankers' matches are on today. Rapid fire competition, 200 yards, rounds, ID: to lie fired within two .Teams composed of six men. Medallion and Major Jeffrey. Broke Even BOSTON, Aug. Boston and De- troit ivon and lost. in a double-header todny, ISoston winning the first Rnme, 4 to iind Detroit the aecoud. 3 'h 1. It. II K. 'i 11 1 4' 10 1 and SlKiinee; Jones and M. C.. 47. ?15.SO each: Sergt. P. Lunn. 103rd, 45; Capl. .1. Vincent, 91st, 15. JU.OO: Private 0. MIIKgan, Hie rcp.iir (or tile I.I Hi. and am i.irii.iici) in handle nil nuiniw of mugnr.to trouiild :inrl Mill rarry ii (nil stock of H. W. Traoiitlo parts. itlso rec'iarge magncloa. Wo want your business anil proml-ie you a first clf.fs Joh ftnd fair charges, We will Koin your confidence if you -jive u? a clmnce. E. J. O'SULLIVAN Proprietor THE NORTH LETHBR1DGE GARAGE 31? THIRTEENTH STREET NORTH PHONE 549 Hoslon Khmko and Slanage; Harper anil Hclmng. Senators' and St. Louis Split Aug. St. I.ouis ami WadiDiKlon split even. In o doaiilc- header today, tlie visitors Did first fame. 7 lo 2, onil Ihe lociils tin; second. 10 lo 0, in an ll-lnnlng gnine. Ffrst game: It. II. K. St. l.oiilR 7' 10 0 2 S 2 Hulhoron. liurwcll nnd Hillings; ami Oharrily. Sciond galno: H. II. K. St. l.oiiln 'j 2 Wnshlnglon 10 13 3 J.yn.-li. Uurwell, Wcllmnn, Vunglld- cr and Severoid; Bchaclii, Acosla and I'ldnlch, York r-octpots- cil on ncrutml cf tlie death of Sliorl- slop Cbapman of llio Clevelaml cluij, AXIOM Mlhvuulico 3, Toledo 2. (10 in- nlnrs.l Kansas Cily 3, Oolnmbna C. St. 1'nul S. i. Miiineapolli 11, Louisville 7. INTERNATIONAL Akron 8-6, Heading 5-1. liuffKlo 2-2. Jereoy City 1-3. Kochi'eier.Balilir.ore, rain. j (No othoro ncheduleil.) 44; T. Kaman..' dMh, 14; Scrgt. Winners of included Capt. F. Mnrtjn 103r.l, Winners of S5.00 Included Libiit. A. Marlen, IWril.. 42; 'tJpsit.-Cfll. V, Uowcu, tfiSlh Dragoon. 40; Cnr.t. W. Butler, Q. 0. Major Uicli- ardson. Canadian Scottlah, 3'J. Thn jiriies for teams of six men remlted as follows: S1S.OO. 103M regiment, 238; C.ipl. F. H. 43; Lieut. A. M.irtcn, 42; Annanil. 36; Sergl. C. Hamherlaln. 35; 1'rivnle P. Lnnu. Private- H. LrMko. 37.- S40.00. Own nines, 224. Mattallou, 224. 4Slh J llas attack of tonsilitiB. Overalls ForvMemWho Work not a. for mcii who adopt overalls as a fad. but strong durable carmeuts lailon-d tor hard scrvico. built for men vvorl.. rasy to slip .-i.il off. ,'.'i ot them have InrKP pockets.. High. work gar-, ments of lasting Priced at Bert Kesfer's MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century Clothinu ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER The Boy Sco'uts returned from their week's camping on Frlilay. Bill Klrby critertained a uuriiber of his friends at'a dancing pahy on Sat- urday night. A'Bad Thunderktorm KIVEH.'inly (Dbiaycil ir. district was visited last Wednesday ilghl by a violent lightning storm au.d heavy thunder.' A steady'downpour of rain foil tor about two hours, and another heavy shower Thursday morning, with flashes of electricity, which will relieve1 the suffering parts from dry- Some damaRR was done lightning. Mr. Shultz hail three hordes struck and killed by the light- ning. Garrdn Garage, at Sweet was also burned. The crops arc Ml bonking fine and the weather-is Ideal for-growing, the hot weather and -plenty of sub-soil moisture now assure, tho crop. Light showers also fell on Saturday and have moistened up the ton doll 'to good- effect. Garden .truck Is also doing fine. i There has been a tremendous rush for binders. Implement men have X. X. of Clnlilcn. C., wasjalmaily P. long list of orders. u business visitor ID (own on Wetlnen-i The hall gsmo between Milk River VETERAN TRAINER DIES Aug. Shnn- lion, one of the veteran irnlucra of (lie American turf, Inst night Hi the Jlouii-ciii Ceueral llospiial. Ambrn.se Kornu of Calgary, r.-ns in town on Thursday. Mr. and Sirs. C. K. Coatoii and -Miss Mavgarer, Sfnil'n arc siiendlng llro nt Watcrlon Lakes. Mr3. Kagair wa? fisiting frienils In Warner during the past week. Ilonry Kllorl and family are estiwiicil iiomc l.hls week after spend-j fug thi! Snmnitir at her family's home. and Warner on'Saturday night was played at a score-of 4.to 14 In favor of Warner. The Ice cream social ,oh' Saturday afternoon given by. the Ladies Aid of tho United church at the ding sloru ot Dr. Giles, was-a decided success. The tables were prettily decorated for the occasion with fern and potted plants, hlniily loaned by Dr. Tho guild wish to thank all who in any way helped to make their social a success. Jlr. and Mi-s. Harry Smith snd 5lr-5. George Stewarl, of Lethhridge, re- turned on Tuesday iitter.'spending [hu week-end at Waterton Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. E. and fain-, ily arc holidaying at uff. Mrs. Bmco of Calgary, Is. vlsilhir; for a lime al her home- In. town. Mr. and Mrs.' Bell and family on. Saturday for a two-week's trip to Waterton Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. .Oito aud Mr. Linn and family and- several others from out eust after spending a holiday at-V.'aterlon Lakes. Mrs. Grace Fity.patrlck returned lo her home In Lethbridge on Tuesday, nftcr visiting for some lime ivlth Jliss Alberta Audetl. Mr. Tolley and Miss'Lorine anil party arc holidaying al Woterton Lahss. Henry Ellcrt returned aftor vUUIng his home town and family at Glencoe, Minn., Manday and -thinks Milk River nod Its prospects look good to Tliomas O'lirien, of llaymonil, hall atljustor for tho Nova. Hcotia Insurance company, was in town on Wednesday, adjusting the damage to If. V. Croplcy's crop who wc.s awnrd- eil fifty por cent, damage, C, has moved into the Jocheuin residence, Police Chief Smith, of Cleveland, i lias Ijupii fined jioti by Jtiilire (.ovine I for refusing to obey iho lattcr's in- Junction lo ojicn ail police court re- cords lo rcrinricru of the Clovcliiiul; Mows. 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