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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta r THE I.ETHBRIDfiE DAILYHERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1SI-X.- j .BRINGING UP By G, McManus The Place I Or Good Tastes j SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Cwn.r Fourth AVI. and' Fifth 8t BASEBALL 2.30 and 5.30 p.m. TODAY FOOTBALL 6.30 p.m. Mulhollandto1 Pitch This -i Afternoon Midicine Hat Rotarians Are Out To-Take Home the Home Cup -redav is a big day In baeebill in Lethcrldge. The Medicine Hat Rolar- laos arrived this morning for (heir dounle-heidsr with lie both teams are primed to win. The Hat Rotes were accompan- ied or quite a number of Ihe'team's and ibe is be- ia'B looked after by the'local Holary Club under .whose auspices today's tloings are being staged. "Bill Muiholland. led hand will be Bent agalnrt Ibe. Hatters in the first battle at 2.30 P.M. at storm Part, and tlie rest bt the learn vrill line up as follows: Wllle. catcher; Vic. Gillla Bret base; Sing second base; Morrison, third bue; Hidp_Mh, shortstop; Zubach.left fleM Boucher, centre, and Preadergasl, right. Alex. Seaman will be the'tenlh nian on the bench. t 'lii Ine ereuiag sessiou, -wlnci, fans will -note, gels away it 6.30 sharp, Preudergasl, another left hander, it-ill be sent lo'lhe mound. In this same. Morrison will play first and dillls third. Chuck Wray' will 'timpjre. .He on BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Stanidmgt.' LEAGUE--. FOE HI 40 Chicago Cleveland New >'ort Si. Team Standing! Won. 76 73 11 57 }jotL 'Pel. .633 .619 3oslnD Washington Detroit.... Philadelphia 56 46 37 '15 18 56 61" 62 71 SI -.607 .504 .179 .116 .391 .313 Cleveland KIU Skids Veteran Pitcher Celebrates His Birthday in-Saranac Sani- tarium in OLD COUNTRY CRICKET -J V f. v f LONDONi Aug. (liy Canadian Associated Results yesterday had an important bearing on the cricket cbampion'shlv- -Middlesex have Improved their position. at the'head of the table and Ijntashlre. is now second, Kent third. Surrey fourth, and Yorkshire fifth. Middlesex declared at 420 for six wickets and beat Warwickshire ISO ic-r 283 -V Eckels. Hearne Just 40 years ago ChrisloplL. Malhewson was born In the little raalle .Mt out- Pennsylvania town of Factoryrille. A! Surrey won loL I. an exciting matc h I happened in baseball since j Yorkshire by 31 runs. Surrey Mathewson rose to a preeml- on the first mn.ngB, tbe then. Mathewson ros nent position in the game. Jle he- BOSTON, Aug. winning 7 to 2 today. Boston look four out of five games from Cleveland. Score: H. li. B. CleVoland 2 S I Boston......___....... 7 13 1 Cllli and O'Neill; Busi and Schang. St Louis TaKes Two PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 21, St: I.outs "won two games here today fly the score of "3 to 1. Kirst Game: R. H. E, St. Lonis .3 9 came' the greatest pitcher of his time greatest ol all many will tell you. But the once -great; Matty, whose name wag on the lips of ever? .base- ball; follower in Ibis aSid other coun- tries- the hero of the schoolboy and the paragon of the great' Muity celebrates h'is birthday ot on the field, but sanitarium t Saranac LaVe Ln the Adirondack nounlains. Matty is seriously ill. They say he- has' 'nAiouch of tuber- scores -being 32f. and 251. but both sides did badly.In the second innings. Surrey made 110 and Yorkshire 153. Kent, 455 for seven wickets, iiiclud- Ir.f. 133 by WoiAey and 101 not out lor Blckmore, Kssex by an innings Pliiladelrihia 1- 6 Bayne aniJ Severold; Rnmmetl and VARDON AND RAY LOSE Perkins. Second game: 1st. I.oiils Philadelphia CHICAGO. Aug. Harry Vanlon and Edward Hay. British professional golfers, -yeslerday suffered their worst rtelcat in United States when they losl to Jock Hulchinson, western open champion., and ijiurie'Aylon, a recenl I arrival from Great Britain, seven down i and flve to plsy. In u. 'best Ijall j exhibition match at the Glenview course, where Ilulchinsoti is the.jiro- fcssibnal. II was the third defeat fur the Urit- Berry and Billings; Perry and Per kins. Tigers Bump Yanks NEW1 YORK, Aug. 21.--Detroit ile f pa led New York today 5 to 3. Score: n. H. E Detroit n 13 York.............. 3 10 Ayera and Alngmllh; Bhawkey ant lluel. Isherd in four days in Chicago. are In Bt. Paul today. They and 126., Sussex'- defeated Hampshire by 97 .ruuH. Hampshire only made S7 in Ihe second. Innings. Jupp loot ;aeve'n of Iheir wickets for T.8. ANTWERP, Aug. Canadian Associated Results of tbe boilng finals In which Canadians par ticipated last night wore: of South Africa oeat Graham -of Toronto on "Welterweight Bert Schneider Montreal, Ireland of England iu extra time on points. of Kugland beat Prudhomme of Ixindon. Out., on points. Both men gave a poor display. "Canada now Elands In third place on points.' L George Vefnot of Xonlreal. Domin- ion champion swimmer, was second today In the heat-lu tbe l.SOO-'metre. free stroke. His time -was 23 min- iiles'2 1-5 seconds. George Hodgson ot Montreal was unplaced. nic for Herzog nnd Killefer. Mally was far1 from a success as ulosis The nol -spread manager. He weni lo France British Ambassador to. U. S. Gives-Address.Before Am- erican. Bar' Association The Newest--Thing in HUTCHINSON WINS PRO-GOLF ar. and Mslly always has been n I the chemical warfare service, 'anil" cHlcago Expert Trims Edgar, One Up, .emperate athlete'.in everything: so'; when he came lack Tjecame .aaistanl he. doctors h6ld' out hope -for llis'.lo Mcdraw. Ile held position complete recovery.. Matty should have" been nt- by the dread plague is u mat ter for wonderment hy ail iliose.who are .not familiar wilb the fact 'that liis brother Hank, who was a pitcber' of ftir ability and once got a trial the Giants, died from Ihe' dis- ease: U- is apparently an inherited tremble'. But Malty, resting at Saranac, is cheerful and hopeful- The- doctors are not filling him with false hope, but "they think that rest- and care when be lelt for Saranac last month. BLAME WALLOP FOR HOMERS Scientists Unable'to Find Flaws With Balls "Hit'bjr Ruth Gone From iKe Game AL any. rRte, Matty is tlone brtseball for good. He never don' a uniform ayain. His broai -witb will WASHINGTON, Aug. lluth and his home runs ha'r.e teen "iuvesliRated" Uncle Sam and both havr heen-.given an official O.K. Some of the .friends of the cham- pion home run hitler of all lime de cided [hat sonic time ago it might bo that llulb's home" runs were due in some pin to the different used tills To In Final 36 Holes at Flossmoore. Hulchiusou, ol Chicago, won LLe professional golfers association toumament by defeating J. Douglas Edgar of Atlanta, Ga., one lip in the final 30 holes ol play today on Ihe yiossinoore course. Ilulchinson gained his victory by halTing the final hole nftcr Edgar, who- had -played a great upb.111 game on the second roiind of the day, drove Into a trap and then, after a good ST. Aux- bolshe- Tlki were pictured as enemies of de- of ideal of govern- ment of tbe people, by tbe people, in an address -by SirTAuchlaad Geddca, Ihe lAmerican Bar Association's. annual convention here lortajv ".The Ambassador de- clared thai, the" bolshevikl .were tlie real reactionaries endeavoring to es- ablisb a privileged class called Ibe to force on, socleLy ft regardless of whether BO- cietv Sir Auckland declared that Great Britain and; the-.Ujiited States "are cb-lrusLeea for bunianlly Ibat the .heory and practicb democracy shall not'suffer distortion or ditnlnu- :loa "in tplle ot avalanches of QEeault looked upon It- jir Us He said that democracy, ahoiihl be "pro- tected, from attacks of "all who, desire to beDeflt -bumanlty through some great idea by all sesk for IhenisejTes .privileges .over their fel- lows'and 'deny, the-canaUty of men before .-Ideaiqf .Gove'rnment Sir idea of jConstituteB tbe 'prec- ioua .which are "First, that the revelation. .tluj divine will. The "Jazz" Bow All the boys in the East are..crazy about ihesc bowi We-only have a few them now while we- have Bert Kestcr's MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK' ON THE CORNER matin, td.manrthqru'Eh' the under3tand.- Ing ot all second, thet this can bo In laws made by the rctovery Incn. Hiltchinson, who a long putt by an recently' won the the major 'leagues. ,50 they gathered up a number o[ (baseballs lha Yankee1 player had nil j ouL parks and sent Ihem to INTERNATJONAt; Toronlo 7, Reading G. Hochesier 9, Syracupe" 3. Baltimore 2, Buffalo 4. (No others scheduled.) League Leaders Trimmed M'ASJIINGTOX. Aug. infiton hll t'aber hard today and woa Irom Chicago 8 Lo 5. ScorRi n. II. E. Chicago 5 12 n Washington S 13 H Kaber, Kerr a'ntl -Schalk; Courtney, j Acosta and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo f-0, Mlnnenpolis 11-T. Kansas City 4-4, Loulafille 5-2. Indianapolis 3, .Milwaukee 4.' Columbus 4, St. Pa'nl'II. NATIONAL LEAGUE WESTERN CANADA At S. Tlejina 3. At 9, SasXa- .toon 30. At Moose Jfcw 5, iM- tnonton I. .Cincinnati Brooklyn New York j Pltlstmrg j St. Lonls I Boston..... Philadelphia Team Standings Won. I.osl." IS 5! Pel. shoulders aud -hrlghl smile never ,he ol here tor again will brighten a diamond. 'Hut his fame and his name'never will were put through n pass When lie has recovered ho will jeEI-ec" jf baseballs ever had sclle down in Ihe country :ind will an Scientists pound- confme his efforts'lo .writing base- aru1 dismembered Ihem and ball-comment on the present and [hal (here WB3 nntlilng In reminiscences of Ihe past. I ,nBI1, causc "ride" Hatty's joining Ihe New York flub rilrlner tnan baseballs WHS a mailer of lie broke; Into.] bcrtlofure used. In effect the scien- baseuall in 1S30 at dm Kcyblone mtA was tno "Bate's" mlghly academy and in 1S03 got hia first j his-home runs. pay for pitching with UoiiesdaTe. In semi-professional league. The neit DAKOTA -BIRDS THRIVE season saw him it Ducknell univer-j sity, where he played both baseball j Wild Ducks and Prairie Chickens and fool-ball with success. In Plcnliful, Reportt Warden the summer of 1859 he pitched for and "tauntori. and was' western open championship and then was the only player to shoot under 70 in the national open? tournament al Inverness failed lo qualify for the professional golfers' association match, but was entered at the last minute when hvoi players withdrew leaving vacancies] the victory gave Hutchlnson 1500 and a (Uamnnd medal and brought the trophy to the Clen- club for one year! people tor governance ot tbe" ex- ecutive '..officers wlipm they i appoint, as welT a a fpr'ttie ot 'na- tional discipline! unonK tbemaelvea.-' yir AuckladcJ said that Lincoln epltomi'fed iorm of gorerii- hun'iah.'race had efcle to derlse as.7'by the 'people, for the tulj'lieVdde'd, "I wonder 63 SS 59 17 47 52 SS SI 61 63 en .174 .423 Hld.MAIlK, H. Iloglic, Dakota (Isli return an out and out professional in 1300. f j rrtm His northern ECcllon of tlie Matly did not remain long at Xor-, jtaic. found, native wild (lucks and [prairie; chickens more plentiful than up by Norfolk1 6[ Iho Virginia j afcrretary Ol' lh'e wilh hc lirokc In as I garoe commission, re The New York cluh him that Bunimcr'for fl500 and llie.aL time (he.days when this o T ARGOS ARE LACROSSE CHAMPIONS OF PROVINCE OF MANITOBA Drop One ST. I.OUI3, Aug. f.onis hunched hits'today and defeated New: YorX 6 to Score-: Now York 4 11 Si. Lmils Bcntou. youngster reubrtod lo Horice r'ogel. was .1 virtual hunter'? paradise [then munager of the nianls, Horace I increased In'Ihe number, of ;faid th.-it Mally would never maki: j gMm r0uml in' the stale, plteher. 1'oor'Hoi'ac'.-: He Iried opinion of Mr- Hogue, Is tho re make a first baseman of liini, mjgrfttory bird lows am II. II. K Malty wanted to pilch. The result irHty Canada. Heforo these 6 14 11 folk and Smith. SDV- der; Nortb. and tlcniuas, J1APID CITY, Man Aug. of won the lille of lacrossf cham- Vlons of Maiiildba hern last night when they dRfealed Ilapld City, S to I, In overtime. 't Score: Pirates Too Good riTTHBUHa. Aug. Zt. -PlU.iburg defrateil nrnoklyn ioday I to 3. n. H. 3 the return of Matly to the Nor- rlub. Having sot a glimpse of the -big world. Mally wanted OLVMPIC TENNIS ANTWERP, Aug. the Olym- lic clay court Ifennis championship inal rounds, Raymond of South Af ira defeated Kumagac. Japan, 57, 6-1, -ij, G-4, In the men's singles. In the men's doubles Turnbull and iVoodnmn. defeated Kuma- ;ae and Kashlo, Ja.pau, 5-7, 7-5, .In the women's singles, Mle. Lang- Icn, Ftanco, won from Mlsa Holman, In _..., C-3, 6-0. the women's doubles, Mrs. many lullon ihts.-relatively new Jdea Is pro- ducing in' aJi'-humah oven, how new ih'e'.iaea ilself Is and how lilllu it -has been tented. Only a trifling minority of Ihe peoples of tbe I douht if Kurope. there Is a majority which supports Jt, cerlalnly there is not a majority'which' undcratandB It. 1 io that there wna a majority really underatandfng- In faTor. of It in-the British Istes. "It Ihs Idea is lo conllnue wllhoul serlous'setliack, people who be- lieve in It will have lo Bland firmly together tot there are powerful forces opposed to 9tf" far as we know, the millions of Asia hare opposed the Idea 'their history, al- though a-, small number of Asiatics are. now Ibiirf" support. Islam Is. opjiosed'lo II. The bol- The Real Reactionaries "Theocracy and 'attocracy, forceful application of- the InovlUWv lead lo laeguallty before the law and BO lo tyranny, revolulion. and chaoi or to'decadence, conqnest'and-cbao.s. Tbnt way lies no hope. Let the l ahevlni and their sup'pbrtefe' In all lanibi iirate as they will bf-reaction- aries They, thehi' selres, are the Their admitted doctrine iR''to "establish a privileged clsss which -they call''the prolelarlat but they -mean fcy term a select body ot their own sui> porters. Their whole -creed -li In force on society, -a great. Ideft' which bu been revealed to. them and lo them alone; and, llke-ll or dislike it, society is to swallow It Is nothlnc tint pore theocracy. "We hare .to maintain the heritage of freedom against fronvwllh- in and withoui, tho priceless herilagc of a great idea now In danger from its popularity. Evan Us enemies try lo conceal their aclidns behind its phraaee. "WhRteTer dlfflculticB might. arise helween oTir.nallons, 1 L ell ere nothing Is more important than this, that you and we stand together to defend the hard won here of mankind that through hy the people for their own disciplining, nan Vlll at last eEcapo from the tolls that have snared the feet of his ancestors and will bare taken R great stride toward solution of the problem, how he ihall lire In communities in peace and or- dered freedom." Mlaa McKanc, Bnglanrt, de- feated Beamish and Miss Hoi- man, England, 8-6, C-l. In. the niiied doubles Mle. l-inglcn sjiotlkl aro-flsiturallv ylolentlj oppos- mid M. Uc France, defeated Miss McKane nnd Mr. Woociman, Innd, 6-4, 6-2. no more (jf the Virginia league. Ho declined to pitch for the aum of a monlh. iviug Thai full Malty was Ihe Natioiml lo.igili! Ity Clnknimll. laws went into effect mid hunters fotin'tl spring nhoothie. much aporl na that during the fall flight, vlr- WIFE OF MA8SEY HARRIS COMPANY FOUNDER IS DEAD REFINERS REDUCt PRICE NEW YORK. Aug. bit sugar rcRncr.i Monday mot the cut _ of 17.10 cents a pound for granulated to It. Kb, too, IB everyone who sugar made ten diyi or i lead has wliat be regards us'a lijg Idea or Ing refinery. tbe afternoon great principle ofr.Jncalculable good which he 6r eKe wlshej'to force upon Ihe .people whelher they wish It or ODC made a further cut-to 17'cents. Raw sugar was 'unchanged at for Cuba centrifugal duty CINCINNATI'. Aug. NothiniNsaterlhfin" TOOKESDFT COLLARS ltitfieTOOKEHOOKth.1 stored enough runs In [he Oral Inning lo bcal Philadelphia lodny 7 lo 2. Score: U. II, K. Philadelphia.......... 2 12 I 11'lnclnnatl........... 7 12 7 only wild nesl aialn were Iho blue and green ( Hcccnl inveallgallon thai Ihe canvasback, mallard, ,.........di, hlueullls ore nusllng K.'The Keds fvldeatly did nol Ihlnk I ncar tin- waters of Ihe stale nnd the Zi Hindi of him. for llicy.traded him lo ]aw pruhibitiiiK the use of dogs Iu S OiXcw York for the veteran pitcher, hunllng prairie chickens is-lieltcved Csrlson and Kiisle, wlui was then very havc increased materially tho jinucli on Ihc liccokSf.he of binls. not take rare. of hlmsplf Rilsle wa.s Reef tif no lisp to the Reds, hut Mally soon hrcamo mlchly ineful lo the TOKONTO, Aug. Melrln Jones, wldo.w of Sir f.ynian Melrln .lonei ot Ihis cliy, one of tho founders of Ihe Masaey Harris company, cited here last night in her 70th year. BUFFALO TRAP SHOOTER WINS Srallh. Belts iind Wingn. and Wheil; Napier Cubs Triumph CHlCAdO. Aug. Leal Boston loday to 2. Score: II. K. Doston 2 IS 2 Chicago n i Filllngtm and O'Neill; Alexander and O'Farrell. O., Aug. S. Wrijhl. Huffalo. champion of New I York won the ninaleur singles I Ihn Kininiiiioniililp of Iho Brand American! .Malty bcp.i Iu; trar.sliooliiiK toilriiamcnlj o his Krcal power. McOraw 1 litre ycMcrdav from M! expert i.iarks soon realised Ihal he had llioinm of the United Stales an'l Cnn crcalest pitcher in Ihe game. andUda. ihc end of the 2'iO bird orcnl .Matly toon proved thai Mcilran- was: be was tied wilh Osr-ar Ilanscn Clanls. U was lie had lo come to New York! Wilh the corning jf lo the j1 Glanls and his as-fluinplion' of dulles as nianaxcr, riso PACIFIC COAST Oakland 0, Seattle SaU Lake ir, Los An SacrAOiento 2, San Vernon 6, Torlland Francisco 4. K-W Service Station Service Station fjr the famous K-W Magnetos. All makes ol nmgcctoa, eenerators, cnlls ra- jir.ired. Kull flock of repair j.'ed. All work gnaranleed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 itirrect. In I90o won (ho pnn-: nant for the Giants. winning 31 and losing only nine. Then he heat the Alhlnlica In the worM'a rlcs, ahulllnp Ihjem out Malty enjoyed lilg greatest BUT- uruiiL rnwni Nc- FOOTBALL PLAYERS HOLDOUTS LONDON, Aug. .Canadian Associated players In cess In IMS, when he won 37 games j [he .Sallorcl r.lub In the Northern and lost 11. Imagine what a fllchcr; Koolijall Union, have declined In. a could cinne throneh with a rec-j jiudj lo sign for. this sc.iton owing on! like [hat ivouht he worth today: lo a nfcp-M. The directors of- In the (Hams and Ihe Yankees! j fci- a'sly ehillings for a victory In inn; Matly, who had declincrl I from lionie, fifty for a victory at, hcinie, ns n pitcher and wanlcil to try Ills] nnd Ihirly-flve for n loas. Tlie play- iand at was'' tradctl In i era demand eighty for ik victory and Ciucinnali with ''an.i fnr a draw. PHONE 666 T A I L 0 R 410 FIFTH STREET New Fall Hats For Men The, ttyles we now present for Fall were secured to meet the pnrUeulnr needs of men who wont correclnoia and-excellence at all times. Wo aim, always lo supply the best.'We arc showing the new fall styles In JJOrSallnSfl, Knot nud the Pried. to LOUIS KEEL OP FASHION CKAFT CLOTHES AND THE fLOUSHElM SIIOB ;