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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta GE SIX i lie D. WEDNESDAY JULY tVlOaC UP FATHER By G. McManus We Cater fo Hot Weather fcs A variety of aaladi and truK dlshes'in'tll niake selection easy, and the service will make eating a 'THE SILVER GRILt C E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth Ave Fifth EASEBALL Bankers vs. Rbtes TONIGHT EXDpTBALL N.L.U. vs. CJP.R. -EAGUE STANDING W. L Bankers Rotartans Miners C C's Pet. .727 .600 .500 B .111 NEXT at Eck- storm Park Bankers vs. Rot- Ilio e leagiit leading Bankers praf- ticdllv c nclieil the league Hag at Adams Park last night when they ncl- cigbtli defeat to ,ihc 5, in a ragged game-of ris' high one in the second. It was a one hand stab manias backwards, Suow. bail oti his baiting clothes. He pickled two for three bsgs. a steady game, al- lowing only 'six but .was some- wbat more r liberal with free (trans- portatio'ri" thhti usual. ininiElcred th C C.'s. 13 to ball Siveeimau, wlio pitched en- ,ough ball to win for the Rotes against the CXJ's. the other evening, could nol deliver -when he welt agalnfet the hard hitters of the banking crew, and tb'c non Ihe game iu- the tirst three mutugs Tliev louclied for eight bases on aiid generaTIy mussed: bim'up eo that he took to the bushes Awhile Jackson, fame undertook the. bur-, dca U nine to zero against him when he" mounted tbe rubber, but. lie p tcbed good ba'i Onlv three h.ils registered off him all these coining in the .sixth innings ivhfen counters cani'e" Johnny Living- ston's Tiiurt off a throw to first aiding in the gttt :Tlic C. couldn't get going. They made a noifi like n bail game in the j liflh.when Purlong walked two, Thom-' da ntuaiicU one up at tliird, and Snow hit for three bass senrtiug three count-, efs across. WriaL then produced a boautUul two bagger to centre which stored Sn'ow. TUe C. C's. only other score came in the eighth. Fair dropped a tlirow giving' Mrlnsloii a life and hils fc? Jackson rjid Conchcr sent blni a'raiuid. Further'detntis are-'siip- crfluous BOX SCORE C U At Snuw. 2-b j Wrist, as: i Llvfjigslon. 1-b 4 Jjikson Mi p I Uoucher, .of. I TiircoUe. If 1 Uifigs. c D Harris, if. I nc. Tl Isn't very oftca that Johnny L5v- produced two errors in one gaine. v :Hhuck. called Evans safe on a steal m the second. The fans thought he was out a'uiile. O'Conaer was the heavy swatsman of the encounter. Ihirns tf Cope rf 'I rHir 1 li Stone, VPS' Ln an 3 .b O'Connoi1, o McKillop rf Thomas, 1M> rlrlong p HI'O A. 13 1 3 0 0 2 9 ft 1 0 13 v Two double were staged, one should get oue team together'. and ntav wilh it. 7heix too macy changes. TiircoUe worked Fullong for threa passes: c The Kotcs and the Hankers tangl tonight at. Eiskstorm Park" The dia moatf is in good shape, and iiiere ought to he a record crowd. The Kotss havVa chance yet i-j tie- up' the league, and' the tans are puDiog them to win ibis game from the Bank era. Stone hurl (or the lea'gu Something be done right t'J line up a.rar-rcsehtativc city lean to play oulaide games as soon as th ivil! he the las of the month. Mere's one suggestion O'Cfchrior'aUd Huff, catchers; Seaman Stone; and Mulholland, pitch ers; .Livingslon. first hasc, Uoliwe buc6nd Zubach, short stop third base; Schweitzer, le centre field; and Evan right field. Boucher, Green, Sang an Morrison, utility', Syracuse'iC Rochester Sf lialtltaote 5, Buffalo 2. AkHm 9. 3i 5 .C 24 1L AB R II PO A'K 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 X 2 12 0 1 0 0 1 BASEBALL Minors Results League AMERICAN LEAGUE leveland 'ew York, htcago 'ashington' t. oston Detroit 'hiladDlphia TEAM STANDINGS, Won ed member tu Canada lias a crcililaWe representation for the ond slage but the learn was exactly, double. The wealber then of nigh oWor. Three days will be held Ibis year with two programs each day. The program, which will be held in the Opera House, is" as follows First opening exer cises and aunouncemeuU, musical .concert, De Illo Concert coin pun Evening, prelude, De Wlllo Concert Trio; lecture, "Assyrian Life and Cua- Miss Sumuyeh -Attiyeh, :Second euterlain Failing 'This Tourists 'Will Be Asked'tb Bond Duty ment.-LeBarou Duo lude. the LeBaron evening, pre- Duo: j.Jeclure, Lost. !6 'S '9 P.O. "Looking Through William Lavelle. one of.the most forceful speakers on the Chautanqba platform. A gifted Canadian, Prof Osborne, vsill be the speaker in much better and the prospects are eiMihC'a.fternoon of the second day cellenl for this, aflcruoon's Kblaporel Third .entertain in which the mother country, j fnent, Haiipton Court Singers lec- South 4fncj Mia' 'and', Home Town bi Dr h J Canada are represented Australia's Powell, "who is niioun on the lecture j licence is probabh as the pen man Evening ('act that her leading unrksm'en arjj program In the Hampton Court '4 CO t, 4 Oi .487 .473 .324 .253 remaining at home for the imperial Singers. .'The. local committee behind the .ChEtutauqua this season is composed Tigers Hit- Hard UOSTOX, July bit Pen- uk anil oFrtuue liard aiid.de- eated to 4. Score: r II. H. B Xitrolt 10 13 0 Boston IS' 1 euuard and VA oociall Peunock and 'ortuiie alters Sox.Take Opener WASHINGTON. July ook the--opening game-of the' aerie? rom Washington rto rt Score R H F hicagu 10 challenge cup gathering. The Canadian team is as follows; Major.'JJUon. Toronto; Major-Rich-Pof the following lady and gentlemen ardsoii, Victoria: Major Xorlh'orer, I'J. J.'Xlangan. Ray Powell. C.J. Kilter, Winnipeg; Caiitaiu Crowe, Guelph; jamqs C. P. Steele, D. P. CaptuirfViiic'ent, Hamilton; Lieut. Nis, Skouson, J. F. Anderson. Jr.. Mark H, Sergeant To- Brimhall; L. Pack'. T..3. O'Brien, ronlp, and -Privale Toronto. I John C, i L F Mired J Mar Joseph Mlsaon L- P (Special to .Tho Herald) tERME, July Stales Consul Norton Brand of lernle states lhat ;wbrd has been sent him from the Collector of. Customs at East- that automobile '.tourists bound-. an should tarn a certintate of iden tiflcation .o'r.iinvolce.. from tbo Kcrnie Consulate..Tourists aeglectiiig lo tak? Ibis precaution matL upon arrn.il at the boundary be required to bond for their car deposit the amount of tlio dut> at> security Tourists 'passing through Fernie fiom the prairie should bear this in and save much trouble reaching Gaie. way and Etstport. Counsul-Brand ..has handed out tbe following covering tbe busi- ness Ins oflice for tht lontb of June utcmoblles, 4 value edar poles JOulSO lalue 10.289 Vasbiugton Cicotte and Scbalk: J 11 0, Xachary and j Between Divide Double-Header Julj 1 1'ork and St: Louts divided a'double-lieader. the visitors taking the and the locals the second. rf to 5. Kuth struck out Tire times out eigbt trips to the plate. -Ho-got u single and (vas passed twice., First game: H. H: E. St. Louis G 3 1 New York............... 4 S Shocker and Severoid; Collins, Thor- Shore and Hannah Ke'cond -game: H. 'H.' Vj St '10 2 New York.......-......- 7" 7- .0 Wellmnii and Severoid; and Homer Wins for Leaders PHILADELPHIA, July man's homer won the opening 'game of the scries for Clecetauil, 4 to Score: .11. 1J. Cleveland 4 .1 1 3 5' I 'Caldvvell and O'Neill; Kccte, Hoin- mell anil Perkins. _' Town md Milling Compart} As To'Supply (Froir Our at. last been Juiy l'i- Terms have agreed to by the tow'ii and the Kllison Mil.ling company with relation to the 'water and electric PACIFIC COAST Portland 0. Salt Lafcc 5. Vcmon 1', San Francisco AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 45 13 11 27 11 jijcore by fl. [1. E. C. t.'s.......000 010 (HO- S n 7 3 base lifts. .Snow O'Connor; tn-o base hits, Wrist; stojen basts Fair, O'.Connor- 2; struck out by Furlong Moby Sweetman I, by Jackson ?r, dotlblc plays. Wrist t'n.j.ivingeton lo BIgSS: J-xVans to Kair; bases on balls, 'off'J-'urlong I, off Sfreelman off Jttcfe- spn 3 runs anil S hits: off Sncct- mah In 'A Innings; I runs and hits off oinovi !a u ifijiiB LiilpirG VViSj. NOTES ON THE QAME Bloue made a" catch of Ilar- TKertis NesferthanX TOOKESOFTOOLLARS Katisas City 1. Milwaukee.. S, Indianapolis S. St, 'Paul-Cblunibus.; rain.' wet grounds. WESTERrfCANADA At 6, Winnipeg Al Jaw 5, Itogina H. At 13, Sas- NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS i Won. Brooklyn 40> Cincinnali 4l{ St. l.ouls........ 40 Piltsburg......... 37 Chicago 10 Boston.----'....... ,11 Xew York 35 Philadelphia..... 30 "37 45 P.C. .552 !ooo .507 .500 .456 .403 .MO Cubs Win CHICAGO, .J.nly wild throw to centre lleld'lnjthe ninth gave "Chicago hvo runs and victory over Urooklyn today, Score; Brooklyn light service. With the completion of the power line the the of tiie water "supply' tor the town, the company agrees to have the mains filled with'. 'water continually, and they further' agree to. give -the loivn a 21-hour eieclriu service. Tues- days ami Thursdays The Boy Scouts' of Baniwell aro now hiking lo Itaymond for the Jl.l.A. athletic ineirt .whiph will be held tn Raymond Wednesday. .The Baniwell boys will be by the Raymond scouts, who will give them a royal welcome. i' Regular rehearsals of "Tbe a sacred historical cantata fij- Evan Stephens, are beirtg held by the Hay- mond Choral Society. The work is rounding into abape, ;each rehearsal showing a marked'. fmprovcmeut over the last. The will be sung In the new Taylor piake -tabernacle the evening of the firsUday (ff-llie quarter- ly conference. July 31. The cantata will also he presented ,111 Cardston. Tbe public 'ntifitjes commission lias placed its sanc'tjAn on paving scheme of the Raymond, municipal council involving -tho borrowirig o.f for sidewalk construction. The matter was discussed at the last meet- ing of tho council when H was decid- ed to make all the preliminary rangements for the floating of the bonds. 'At present, the bond .market so far KS municipal Issues Is concern cd, Is time lures on the market. j Skouson. J Evans D F Vawiis j George Court hedd T LOVE J. D. Spaftord L D Kltig N L Mit chell and Miss Laura Redd: -i. .Ferry Woolf, who has. been iri'.-the 'battery business in a number of vears has sold tug, csts there and has Joined tlie fetalf of the King and Greetf garage here. Mr and -Mrs. Wyoming, j relatives of the Meeks visitors in town._ They--are very favovabh impressed with-this country. Word comes from. Magrath' thai John H. Turner has'been appointed travelling ageut for the Alberla'-Paci- fie Grain company, with headquarters at Ualgary. Mr. Turner has been em- ployed by this company for many :years and bis promotion is well- deserved. and Mrs. Turner will take up their residence In Calgary this week oal Joke Cedar posts -value U.UIL tons -value 2JO JO' 4 tons, Mlue 40 "3i 33714 tons value Horses, 9 SoO iousebold gooda value 172 2ioV value I ?2S Lead ore (onq 02J73 ffJ7384 feef, value 110000 'lailoR, value 1000 Raisins t> 2aO Ibs, value liner from lead and zinc ores) JJlSOiOzs wlue 4149S tools, value 300 I "line ore (31 Ions me) u46l Jnstallatiftn of Officers Took Present On (he Occasion (CoDllnuea from Front I'age) Athletk Union Sohs You've seen days- when the sun tvaii broiling Hot, not a brcezo stirring; that's'whcii you feel the Iteat Thai's sou ought to war one of these athletic union suits. ro cool make it fur LO put up hot Bert. Kester's MEN'S SHO? Home of Ceirlury Clothino Altxsndra Hotel'Block ON THE CORNER BRITISH BUDGET TAXATION PROPOSALS' CONFIRMED I OSDO.V July -ibB result ut the dajs debate Lommons is that the budget UzatUm propusalb are In all essentials confirmed Tolal' American goods returned Grand .lotal 7 Our Crwn Correspondent) PtRSONS 7ulv I s (plowing) herelii about cornplefed and quite a lot haa tieen done V (tb feed oats at 40 a hitshel and no income for four years it sure takes a gritty matf to keep pounding atNit in bopes of another year. Our; big1 .fanner here, James I had a quarter section read} tar (tax but nlsel> did not sow It is the season ,wasvso'late and-dry. lie UlCLU-VUfc July of the i hid file engines at work on his land einia nic engin ii [putting In tho Mr and "Mrs lonn W llicir'old friends back, Mi, and Mrs. H. J. Ingrohi. AS c one of th" itsn farms rinse to town qou The clojer did not ilo well biggest gatherings of Oddfellows in the Pass took place at Bellevne on' Monday last, when the members of Ferule, B.C., Michel, B.C.. Colemau and Blairniore lodges came lo Belle- vue.for "of 'officers, which took place 'on evening where Mejor Uro BnriiMl of I'eth Ml 1 icl jear1 nor again >eai" bridge, deputy, grand .master of Al- berta, who 'was assisted by Bro. W, J. Uarllelt, D.D.O.M, for the Pass. The evening after the installation' was spetit In songs and recita- tions, followed by a dance. The mem- bers of Coleman Uebekah lodge and very.lull. and Itlsfelt lhat uebekah lodge were pres- is inopportune, to place dehen- CTt and helped make tbe evening a fFrOm Our Oi; t.o K.'II. K. ____v'. f, -2 3 S 1 ''adore. Alaininanx aifi Klliolt; Alex- ander and Klllifer. Olanls Wiri In 12th ST. I.OriS, July l.ouis and New York played another 12-inning game today, .Vow York winning six lo jfofir. Scorn: Ii. H, K. Xew 6 12 2 St. 4 11 4 Barnes am] B. Smith. Snyder; MACLEOD, July council Schuiip. Norlh. Sherdell anil demons. have been busy the past week fleurins j- oul Ihe rate for 1920. Pirates Take Another PITTSnuItO. July Pittsbiirg The various commiltees of the it two straight from Boston cultural Society are now busy gelling winning loday o lo 2. everything ready for Ihe coming fair. Score: It Is, therefore.. Improbable that actual work on the paving-program will be started tills year. 'The sea- son is passing and It tvould be fall, be- fore the money conhi .be. raised lo go ahead with Iho 'work, Tho early froals would tbeif prove a scfimia handicap, nol lo a real danger, in laying Miss Olga Anderson, of I.ctbbridge, is spending a mnntli with her parents here. .Mrs. A. Clayton OrCenaway .Is In Calgary under tbe care of a medical stecialisl. Wednesday will b.e a grcal day In of Ihe greal musical fealival and track meel of the M.I.A. The day has been declared a public holiday. The Criautaucina this year will be Harlasa; Trcas., Tom lin. A. Hallworth; Kven it iniisr luallv hue some.rain even- NEW VULCANIZING WORKS We have opened a Vulcaniz- ing Shop at 324 11th Street S, apposite L t th bridge Motors, ind have ingtalled plant and are prepared to handle any size of tire, and give .good .service. UNITED Vufcanizing Works I TULLOCH W 8TOTT Retreading and Vulcanizing Phone 694 '24 1lih Street S (Opposite Lethbrldge Motori) jiminiiiiinm Iped make Ihe evening The following officers were Installed by Bro. Bartlett of Blair- more P.O.. N.O., Bro. James Cousins; Berl Drydeb; Uert Bradley; Chap- M'arden, Brooker: Conductor, H. Hlak; M. Peters; A, H.S.S., tl. Jopson; OoodwJu; ._ X.Oi, H. Harrison; U.S.V.O., U. Curroy; US.V.O, A. Padgett. The gathering broke up al daylight. Mr. -anil Mrs. Harry Dunlop of Fernie. were visiting In carapj on Sunday last, tho guest of. Mrs. i James Cousins. A. Martcli, tbo barber nas moved lo Ihe (Jrabam pool room. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR MID-SUMMER SAtE MAKE YOUR DOt-LAR 00 FARTHEST Why pay.morj when you tan purcbaee seasonable wear at cu1 '.-dur Imrhe'nse stock must be, cut In half. Hcg. :13.uO, rrjii iificc Reg. pr'lcD Kes. J4.5C. 'cut iirice je.pO, cut price STRAW HATS flcg. nit Ken. cut price lies. 4S.OO., Cut price.. Iteg. cul price MEN'S UNDERWEAR IS.55 S3.15 ?3.35. s I Sunclay service was very good, and Monday the number of boys were jus! and ihoy will have a good training under tbe leadership of CIN'CINN'ATI. July Cincinnali bunched hits off Moadotva In two Inn- fugs today and won from Philadelphia, such'men. fne younger boys will take' Score-: their'tiirn of Friday next, after which the'girls may apenri of this month fn the tents under able leader-' ship. Philadelphia Cincinnati president, ngan Mark Brimhall vice- presidenl. anrt'C.' Rittc'r, secretary- treasurer. The ticket-selling drive has already begun. The town and district will be 1 thoroughly canvassed with the hope of 0 breaking all previous records .of at- Meadows and Rjni; andUcnrlance at the local Qhiidtiitiqtia.' Wfngo. The attractions Ibis season 40 WOULD DEFER PAYMENTS TOKONTO, July Tpronto Hallway Company has asked the city lo permit the company.lo defer pay- menu of Ihe monthly percentage un- til tha taking over of the lallway by scplombcr NAINSOOK-AND. LISLE q. V. D. styIea..IteS. iiiid O OC MM. Cut lnJO CROSS BAR MUSLIN B. V, D. sljlo. and ?2.00. CuC'prlco 1.45 O. STYLE, ncg. J7.50. Cul price BALBRIOOAN AND POROUS i KNIT In all Stylo, Combination and Two-piece Suits Jt.cg. W.K, out Louis Keel .SHOP OF FASHION-CRAFT AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK-3IS 5TH STREET ;