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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .MMV-, JULY 12, 192C I BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus I HMD A LMCC LIKE. TttAX I Hot Weather Appetites .A variety of salads and fruit Oiehcs wilt inako selection ai.O tlio sorrier will make i-atine a pleasure. THE SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth Avc. and Fifth C.P.R. AND ST. GEORGE'S! PLAY A DRAWN GAME SCOTT CUP SEMI-FIML criticism on several of his decisions No Jjcored Ai'ler a Hard during the second half against-the Saints, several likely-looking efforts by their forwards being.pulled up for offside, which to the average specta- tor were uncalled for. A penalty- should also have been awarded the Salnls for a glaring case of hands. Melntyre Saves a Another re-pla'.' will be In the semifinal of the Scott Cup comnetitioii between C. P. >t- and ft. to decide whicli team shall Notes Of the players, mention has already been made of. the goalies. For the coutcn Ihe "Fragments" in the final, j C. P. It. the Iwo backs put up a good Uter Draggling for OJ uiiuules on [defence. Mllncr ia particular clearing iaturdin evening al Adams Park thci well. Of the halves, Florentine was -ame no goals beitig'scor- weak and made a lot of mis-kicks, cd The attendance .was tair, and evl-1 McLuctie was tbe star of the Saturday is liest day for draviug-tho crowd..-.. SI. George's look the field iWi their and this weakened-Uieir line- up, as Hlly irpon to put on the sick list.' The railway-men were also short can .always be .depended If'e' was in- Tommy Bestwick.- The game w'as featured by Ihe 'clever display -'of 'go'alkeSpihg'by both custodians, Parsons and Mclntyre. and H'was no doubt mainly due to the work of the goal-tenders that the score sheet vas left blank. Parsons was playing against bis old team-mates, as last season he kept goal for the Saints. work 'on Saturday evening was faultless, ami'one sare' in particular iu the eecond half was worthy of com- mendation. Mclntyre also was right .oil the job al! the and pulled tlic Saints out oi many tight corners. His cuing of the penalty, wag. a brll- llai-t piece of work, as MeLuckie made a' mic .n iTlie Saints W9n (he-toss and elected to with tlie sun in their backs. Tie Kallwaj-meji forced two, corners nsnt from" the Kick-off, which'proved fruitless-. At the other goal Parsons wes forced to clear from Pearson. A good chance to open tbe scoring for llie C. P. H. was missed by Clayton, who had only the goalie to beat. This was the result of a clever rim anil cenlre by MeLuckie. who placed the ball right in the goal mouth. _ Breeze, playing centre half for the Saints, was putting in good defensive play at this atage, and broke up the combination of the opposing forwards time and again. St. George's dominated play for a shots were pill in by Iluchan. Kanncli and Lush which were- deal; with effectively by Parsons. -Tba 0110 by LUsh was the result of single-handed effort by that player and deserved belter results corner. V at the other end was spoilt by Ted OcrrlcoU gelling offside. From IHM lo half-time tho.jraly was mostly in' mid-field. Thu second half almost a-repe- tition of tho first, ding-dong nlay re Belting. Tho game was about even nnij was kept up al n lively pace. Onro Molllslie.-iil hit the iiprlght when Par lions cleared from u. corner, and Hii rtiaii hit lllo crossbar The pcnalt; referred to was awarded [he C. P. Ii for a foul on T. Dcrrlcolt after he had iyollen through the Saints' de- fence.' U looked odda on Ihe Railway- men opening Iho score when .McLuckio n-as entrusted with the kick, but Me- jiiiyro thought a'.id brought off a lirlllfuiil save. The game was for a while Lhrough Buchan getting hiirt in a collision, hut alter attention of the trainer LG resinned playing. Tho whir.lle blow for time with Iho.score o-o Tho. following was the llno-up of the IcauiB. H. P. It. Parsons Mllncr Thompson Lowo Florcndlne Heard Playfalr H. Uerricoit McLuckio T. Derrlcotl Clayton Faunch Mollfshcad W. Pearson Lush Iluchan Wcstley Breeze Peareon Xesbltt Klrlh Mclntyre Tho; referee, J. Moore, came in for for- wards, and is a dangerous opponent. Clayton was "starved" and was not used to advantage, as everyone kncws of if given the opportunity. The Derricolt brolliers worked hard, but hardly lived up to the advance notires sent out. Taken allogether, however, the, Hailwayruen have an improved team to.the one they hbd In the season. For the'.. Saints, no one Individual stood above the others. yThsy missed Holbertqn.. .Breeze was In a new posl- liou at centre half, but was inclined to'go through on his own instead of. passing to the forwards. Wbstley fad -good, but should be playerj at outside right his speed could''be used advantage. -NeBbilt'-and Firth did. hack. Bucbaii was the; of a good forward line. The re-' play should prove an interesting game as theyl are well matched. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and Standings. AMERICAN LEAGUE Won Lost Pel. Cleveland 51 26 New York 52 27 .COS Chicago IS 29 -613 Boston SI. Louis Detroit1 Philadelphia- 33 .480 .315 NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn -incinuati hk-aeo St. Louis PItltburg N'ew York- Boston..... Philadelphia Won 41 :13 3? SO 37 S2 20 Lost Pel. 3 2 :579 31 .5M j; .513 30 .500 30 .493 SATURDAY GAMES Phillies -Take 'Em Bofh. PITSBURG, July lO.r-Phlladclphla won both games of today's clonble header with Pittsburg, the first Si to 7 In innings and the.second 3 16 1. Pittsburg took an early lead .In the first, game, but'Philadelphia tied the SATOROfi-Y GAMES Cleveland and Senators Split WASHfNBTN, July and even iu today's] RIFLE CLUB STARTS ITS SEASON First Shool Held on River Bot- tom on Saturday Afternoon double-header, rtjs !vjsltors taking L'elhbridse's Hide Club is now flrstvgamc, 7 to and Ihe home team 1 in' full swing and on Saturday winning the second'.'? to 1. Displeas-bioou held Its first shoot. after- Tlie attend Works Usually Unlucky Num- ber Into Marriage, Cere- mony at Toronto TOnON'TO! ".Vow. Dominie, do you! mind waiting- till .-10.13 lo start the, asked Samuel Downer, of Key. J. U. Clieync ure of the -crowd over Umpire Chill's ;auce was gratifying and so. were the jiorniugsidc Presbyterian Church. .It decisions was so marked that lie wasj scores, considering new guns were be- given a police guard on leaving the I iUB' usf d. Two slghlius shots were Bcld at the close o! tree second ganie. used and (ivo on ccare. First game: Cleveland Washington......... Snyder ani Plcinich. Second game: Cleveland....... Washington and 11. 11. E. Following are the scores: 7 12 S; ..3 C .4- PKlard, and i Andrews 1 li Leigh...... 9 s 260 Yds. Yds. Til. 65' vl was 3Jr. Downer's own wedding inorn- -lie. 'had on Saturday -asked Ihe clergyman -If be 'objected lo marrying a. cbupie on Sunday incrn-! ing who had tu. catch a Sunday train, land, bavins the clergyman fof its ucccRslty, presented .-himself Shaw and St. Louis Drubs BOSTONVJuly Louis'kuock-1 pnUrus L. lloniller Johnson score "and In the eleventh the visitors ed Jones put oMhe. bos loday and t put .across the winning run on feated to 2. Gcdeon, Ems'-hil. an stolen a'ndt Jncobson .and .Williams made 13 hjtsj wild throw. f> I for a total of i First game: X. R-'. H. B. R. H. B.i f, r. f. Dt T -.1 -7 1 20' 19 IS 15 Burrows THIS WEEK-'IN 'SPORTS LEtHBRIDGE 8 18 St. .Louis' .7 11 4'Bostoa f i, Gallia. Sottjoron Philadelphia Pittsburg Meadows and Wheat. Witherow; Jones, Kan and AViillams. -IT Scverciil; ilton, Cooper and Schmidt, H. Philadelphia 3 9 Pittsburg 1., 6 i Chicago Blanks Athletics. E.j, PHILADELPHIA. July lj held', the.: Athletics to nve- hits and! re Batlcriei -Hubbe'lt arid Witherow; Monday vs. Fragments at Adams Park, 6.50 p.m. Club vs. Miners I Eckstorm- Park, 6.45 p.m.- Tuesday vs. Columbus 'lub at Adams Park, 6.45 p.m. Wednesday Lelhbridge United vs. C. P. Adams Park, C.50 p.m. vs. Itolarians al Eckstorm Park, C.45 p.m. Ponder and Haeffner.. St.; Louit j ST.. LOUIS. de- feated SI. first game of a scheduled double-header, driving Goodwin' from the hoi in tbe seventh. Piay was held tip by rain (or two hours. 'The second'game was postponed. Score: Brooklyn............ St. Louis.......... B1SLEY RESULTS BISLDY, July The shooting for the Daily Graphic prize, 10 shots at 200 yards, was of a very high stand- ard. At least eight scored posKibleE, irM of Canadians were Lieut. A Skinner, Fort William; Lieut John Chandler, Woodstock, N.B., and Major T. Young, 48; Private George Weir, Toronto, -17; Sergeant J.-iines iloo, Montreal; Captain C. Kowo, Cuelpli, Privnie Hoicrt PMmuntl. Tor- onto- Private: Wm. J. Irvine, OUihvii; R. H. E. 7 is 2 2 .9 -S .and Kreuser; Goodwin, Shardel and D'llhoeter. New York Trims .Chicago CHICAGO, July Yortc batted Jlartin off the slab with only one out in the first inning today, hit Jhicagb scored a shutout. G- to O.1, Heavy slugging by Ed. Collins, Jack-'Popular Lady, Who Was Active son.and Felsch was responsible for tbe.-Chlcago'jflcorins- uno-j hand in. the' fbiirtfif' r- turo. ,Scpre: Chicago Philadelnhta jwith hia bride-elect. Jiliss. Coriiina n-' 'I Phepoe.-of Qwcn So'uno-at i0-o'cloek ueit morning at the church. The request th'at tile .ceremony be. delayed till 10.13. was agreed to by the puzzled clbrgyiiinn, aud precisely minute be' began tlie weddingI6efvice..-.When it reach- .ed the part -.yjicre tho ring is pro- duecd, Doivner drew from his pocket a band, of iitallnuoi In which were set thirteen sparkling diamonds and placed the- brldo's finger. The lady accepted it without a. tre- mor: N'olbiug terrible happened, and jthe proceeded to its close.' bridegrcom explained. J ''Thirteen .-is -my .lucky, .number, i! whate'vfty'it; to qtlicr .folks. I've li'aiTfa jot'.pt life. When a man accustomed to good clothing Buys' a cheap'sull ho- wears it a tinio or two_ and' a-way she goes no cd Talsft ecenoiny.'- ._ Buy your clotlilng from us and .keep up your reputation, of bein'g correctly dressed. Suits priced from Bert. Kester's MEN'S Home 'of 20th cVntiiry Hotel Block ON THEiCORNERi fea- and Schalk; Xa'y- lor, -itomniel and Perkins. Ruth Makes 26th Home, Run Laid fSpecial .Correspondence.) 5IAGIIATH, Jnly h gloom was over Magrdth on uay' last when the remains of the late Mrs. C. laid to rest. The body was to the church NEW TO'KK. July Xew York-lof :tlie Latter Uaj- Sajnts, the fnneral defeated Detroit Thto C, in, 10 innings. performed I by the Presby- !n New York's half of the tenth the bases were" ono and Bodie 'run on sacrifice. Ruth made nis 26lh home run 6t Ihe scasojij. Carter hard In the second round Score.; won S to 5. Nelif .held the Cubs for. four but''in the iifUi errors by Young anil Bancroft upset him and' he passed two mqn, which, with two hits, sent in four Chicago'runs. Score: H; E, N'ew York 8 10 2 Chicago................ 5 3 2 and.-Smith; Martin, Carter, llcndrlx and O'Farrell. Boston SplitE With Reds. CINCINNATI. July .'and Cincinnati, divided a double header. Oeschger pitched strongly In tho first game, allowing tho champions only three hlU-r, Koflon.winning t'lo'O. Sergl. McCalje, Charioltclown; Sergt.-.Maior B. J. Reid, Victoria; Jlajor F. liichardson, Victoria, 46; Company Sergcant-MnJor. I'1. Good- house, Oltawn; Gunner AV. D. Ting- man. Quebec, 45; Sergeant J. G. Cotes, N'ew II. 12 11 Batteries Dallas, Leonard und Stanaje; Thormalilcni Mays and Han- nah: SUNDAY GAMcS Ruth's 27th Horner :NEW YORK. '.Inly York Detroit today, 8 to 5. In the terian minister, the Reverend J. Bar rett. The Dead March in Saul was boautifully rendered by the i and "Thy Will be Done." The deceased lady was a member of the church and hod been an active worker for the Heil Cross during war time. The popularity in which she held was tendance Deep sympathy expressed for the bereaved husband and six children left to mourn her IOSB. Tho pallbearers Vcro brethren of and. they.: havO; always, been me. I enlisted Engineers for' overseas service on the Stb day.of'the rnoiilh, and was' oil .he thirteenth transport iii the; con- voy: tbe 'thirleentli.' trip, flif iier'commander.' The boat was tor- thirteDn'.inlniites'after ,tho liour, 'and sank in--26, or twice' 13, hiiuutes, ijie went down I was the thirteenth' man to :get into a lifeboat, and. there wasn't 'a lost" Dow tier rattled' of thirteens to. Mri Downer -and little wedding party with, th'e' air 'of a man 'who believed he' had struck luck for keeps! -The ring with made Paris as evidence.of his-trust in thir- teen and defiance off all-jinxes. Mr. Downer, is a mining, en- gineer, Is.a soli of the late Her. Ar- thur, of-Downer, and Ills-bride is the, second dauKhter-ofj the laic John'Sloane; of Owen Sound. On the little Eskimo inhabited Islam of Diome'do, up1 lu, theVBeriug Sea the womcB-do'all'tbe ruling and men man inuat gct'hls wife's fore he can'make'a legal purchase. JW HI >1 lllvll Ollv manilested in tho large ofvthe late at the church and graveside. Colics, cousin of late Lord Charles Ue-csford. The newly-mar- ried couple attended morning service at the church after th'o wedding ceremony aad .hud luncheon at the) homer eluded o! (ho season passed thren I Uark, hinchlow, tho Lcthbridgo Masonic lodge and In- homo of .Mr. Alci. Adamsou, of Hcrcs- tiincs Ho maile Ilia 20th art, Keiger, McDonald. r Many bcantlfnl flora Luqut; pllr.hwl well. Hoslon scor- Ing its only nin triple by Powell and a wild pllcli. The Iteils won the second game 5 to 2 by hitting Scott freely in the early innings while Ring held, tbe visitors well In check. Cap- tain Oroh of Ihe Reds was put off the Meld for disputing a dr.cislon by" Unv Hcgina: Sergt. C. A- "nicy, Winnipeg M tno nrsl ,1G Liuui.J. 0. Nil, WlTinipefj; Sergeant F Uavlcs, Winnipeg 44; Major I'tton, W. J. nookc, Toronto; Scrgl. W. 0 0 41; Major Ullon, v''ncllliuv............'" Toronto. 43; Capialn F. R. Marlln. Cal- gary; Major Norlhoror, WliinipeE; N.S.; Captain H. ,1. Vlnccnl, Hamilton, Captain W. J. Sangstcr, Falmoulh, 12; LIcul.'Col. P. R. Boweii, Kdmoii- Ion; Sergt. W. A. Hawkine, Toronto, 41; and Trooper J. Saldlcr, Edmonton, >T Score: H. 11. Dotrqit II J Ehmkc aii.j'Aiusinith; Mays and Rncl. Indians Win made it five out ot'flix from ton by winning lo'day, 4 lo 0. Score: Cleveland Washington..... It. H. I Jl 0 tributes were sent by husband Children, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. I'oto brother- in-law riiifl nifiler, harp; arid Mrs. Kuljger, Jlr. Uavies, iincliorv Ulasonic IJrelhren, wreath; Lcthbrldge 'Lodge N'o. 39, A. Y. A. M., vrrcalh; Shcklnah Chapter, R. A. M., No, 4 Lodge, Trrealh; Employees Int.crnalional llarvcslers Co., large spray; The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid and Sunday School, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. Soreu Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Hcalhershaw, ford avenue, a'.friend.of Mrs Dr. Stew-' Just as he was leaving the church the bridegroom remarked to tho min- ster: "You .see; it still holds. You NotWN TOOKEmODLLARS and O'Neill; Liiquc. Ellcr and Wlngo. Scr.ond ganic: H. H. E. 2 ,r. 2 CInclhall 5 10 Oj F-ayrets and dow- dy; Fling and Wlngo. SUNDAY fiAMCS Daubcrt'c Komer Wins CINCINNATI, .Inly I Dauliert'e homer in Ihe ninUi willi on bases gavo Cincinnali 5111 even break In llie scries willi Boalou, the locals win- ning loday, 6 to 3. Score: 11 H. K. Boston................ -S n 2 Cincinnati C 13 'i and fjowdy; Sal- lee, Eller and Wlngo. Giants Beat Cubs CHICAGO. July 11t-New York tie- feated Chicago H to 'I in the final game of the series iicrc today. Score: H. II.1 K. Now York 2 S Chicago............... 2 S 2 Hr-ntmi ami Snyder: Yau-ilin and Klllift-r. Four Straight for Dodgers j ST. I.OI'IH. July scored Its fourth straight victory by deferring St. Louis today, 3 lo 1. I Score: H. B. j Brooklyn 2 11 1 St. Ixuiis 1 0 t 1 Marnvard nnd Klllottt l.toak ar.d j ClononH. Dilhocfcr. lOuly three games played.I >lorlon and O'Neill; 'Johnson, Krick- Boii and Plcliilch, .Gharrlty. (Only two games played.) Vlaniias City Louisville 3. SI. Paul 10, Coliimljiib -I. Minneapolis 2.'Tolcdii 0.- t .Mllwaukci; 0-7, Indianapolis 3-3. Andrew Mr. and Lev! began your sornion at just Ihlrtecn minutes to 1-V.a.nd the last hymn this morning was Kb.. plon Johnny KllbaiicV titil opponent Giibriello Lanilriaiill.. three, was falally injured .when run clown by a motor truck IB Ottawa, PACIFIC COAST SATURDAY. GAMES- Sail Lake 0, f.os Allgclos 7. Vcrnon 3, Portla.Jid 2, MacmnKinlo 1L Kranclsco 2. Oakland 3, Seattle.'o. SUNDAY, GAMES Portland Vcr.rtoil, San Francisco 1-1. Ixjs Ansrlcs ipSalt Utke 4-3. Seattle 7-3. Oaklajid' S-5.r 1NTERNATIONAI, Syrsi'iito a. 5. Halthnorc llnfialo 7. Jersey CHy I, Akcon (Only three gsnies played.) WESTERfTcANADA "-11. 12-5. Mooso Jaw 1-i, Kdmonlon 5-3. Calgary Saskatoon 1-1. ifarkcr, Mr. and Sirs. Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Wyman, Mr. and Paul Tay- lor, Mr. and Mrs. Parkinson, Mr. Atiolphson Monai Mr. and Mrs. P. Itasraussen, Mrs. W. Sabcy, Mr. and Mrs. Mcrklcy, The Magrath Girls Club, Mr. and Mrs. True Hone, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Hale, Mr. and Mrs. -W. Palmer, Mr. nnd Mm. Ocorge Cole- man, Jllsa.l.clUe Hall, Mr. and Mrs. (lygl and family, Mr. and -Mrs. B, Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Chaplin, Mrs. Sarah Poulson, sprays. Secretary .Jticbaru'son of liio Mcdl-, cine Hat Board'of Trade rcccU-cd a! very gratifying i telegram in iinswcr to the message sent by the Board to the Dominion government concerning tiin-cy work Oil tho ROBS Creek irriga- tion projccl. The lelegram states that every cfrdrl'wlll be made lo have the irrigation survey' work completed as quickly as possible. NEW; VULCANIZING WORKS Wo opened a Vulcaniz- ing Shop at 334 11th.Street S.. 'opposite. .Lethbrldga .Motort, and have Installed an plant and arp -prfpared to handle any size of tire and aive good sorvjcc. UNITED Yulcaoiziog Works L. TULLOCH W. 3TOTT Retreading and Vulcanizing Phone 694 32< 1Hh Street S. (Oppoiltt t-ethbritfge Motort) U. S. tobacco jf.ssociatlona (n ctfn- Mfl. R. CflOKER AND HIS SON XBW Ilichanl Crokcr, the'formcr- Tammany madu llic dramatic dccl.irallon in the Law at Wesl Palm Ueach, Horlda, that he would never forgive his son llllchard for the charges he made against Mrs. Crokcr. A moment Ip.lcr, tlic aged politician, who Is. defending Ihe suit.brought''by his children to enjoin him from using Ms own money on llio plea that ho Is nicnl.llly incapable anO wholly under his wife's Influence, .created laughter by llkcnfns himself lo the! Irishman who waf, auout 10