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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THLRSDAY, JULY FATHER G. McManus 1 I 1 tWO- VAM I We Cater To Hot Weather Appetites" A variety of salauU and trult dishes will make seleclfoa easy, aud ihij service will make eaUng a" SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner Fourth KM! Firth BLUES VICTOR IN HARD GAME WITH RAILROADERS 2-0 C. P. R. Team Puts Up Strong Fighl Against North Lcth- bridge -Wilson Played Good and N. Gurr Scored. -Uy two lo nothing the Clues gained fciiother victory in the I.cllibridEe .City and District football League last nisht when they -played the C. P. II. at Adams Park, Lelh- bridge Lulled caii sllli be considered 1'feffer and Elliott; Carter, Bailey and Daly. Champs Win In 11th CINCINNATI, July won a hard-fought 10-iDitfng game from Philadelphia. 3 to 2. R. H. K. Philadelphia 2 I Cincinnati 3 11 I Riipy aud-Witbrow; Luque and Al- len.' Third Straight for Pirates PlTTSBimO, July H. Pittsburg won its third straight game from Bos- ton today, i to 3. Score: as dangerous rivals for the Fragments. Score: R, If. E. partkul .is, the two points deduct- i Boston .....i.....i. 3 S 2 cd by the league eiccutive have 'been Pillshurg 4 10 .2 hack to them. Oeschger Cooper and Although Ihe C P. R. ended, without Hticffiier. R 'tore tbc gai ic was not by any Qiants Coming Up a onesided affair. The C. J'.j ST. LOUIS. July York hit H put up a better game than i opportunely today and aid-id by ragged the. IMVI. done tliue and I by St. Louis, won, 7 to In playing Wilson, .an intermediate, the 'i tie _ w i p move bci.-ause. be put up a cool game 'and was right on the job in checking many rushes of Score: !N'ew-.Yorfc the -Blues' forward line. i Good Combination The Xorth Lethbrldge team put up' some, of the prettiest combination; work that has been seen on that field! for some time. The result was many shots on goal, but most of" them went wild. The first score was made from a .kick by Norman QUIT. Oui-r klck- edlthe ball and it went oft :Wilaon, who was trung to check him and into ajcomcr of'the net. The travelling at a good rate of speed and not km a direct Uric. The goal made oira spesdy and low kick. Itvwas a fine shot. The Blues played their wing'men R. H. E. 7 V> 0 Si. 15 1 Nelif and King, Snyder; May, Good- win, North'and-Dilhoefer. AMERICAN LEAGUE Vfon. Lost. P.O. Clevelarfd New, York 1 Chicafeo Washirigluii SI, Louis Boston....... Detroit Philadelphia 53 S3 48 38 39 21 26 29 30 35 -10 39 52 Cl .671 .646 -CIS .514 .494 .487 .SI 6 .250 Ruth Hits Homer N'KW YORK, July Louis de-' feated New_ York today, 7 to 3. .On the first ball pitched iu the second all the time, which was' Inning' Rutli hit his 2Sth hompr of ths somenhdl ilifferent than the tactics., season and was passed cm his next of olher with perhaps the ei-'jtnree limes ceptton of the Fragments. .Varlav and i Store: R. H. R. Noimin Gurr were used "in Ihis'iray.jSt. Louis 7 9 1 one wmr being used continually for New 351 ten or Bftecn minutes, when the play; "avis and Seyerold; Qumn, Sbore would be STrttclied to the other side and nuel. of the field. Andy Tennant was char- acterized as another Bill Holberton by some of the spectators.' Last niiht Audy played all'over tho .field and was effective. Good Bestwlck was back on the C.. P. M. lineup, playing inside left tin the for- ward line. .Davidson, i-entre forward for the. Railroaders put up a gooil gan e Milner was nol lip to his Wins for Senators WASHINGTON. July lilt a homer" in the fifth with two on, and Washington defeated Chicago. 6 to 4. iSeore: K, II: E. Chicago '4 Ii 0 Washington 6 10 1 Williams and Schalk; Courtney and Oharrily." Red Sox Take a Brace July Scott ran. his siring of consecutive games form but WIKcm made, up for any of i t-0 Roaton hi- defects The C: IV R, boys were jrgbotfl ends' of a double no' dl.to.irar-c.1 at their defeat last frDm rjelroih 6 to 5'and 4 to. 0. night m.l f-cl more confiucnl nf a vie- Tv Cohb injured. his leg' 'and ton on hrii'a! night when Ihey carried off Ihe field. in Ihe playoff of the gainc' "it H 1-3 fin iK of the ccott Cup. For that! Detroit, 4 1 game will have two 'or three Hook from 'iork lo watch the rage man can afford.. He 'do'Es ribtl sweethearl, the older- ealize that jachli Hild thetrilv bachelor calls her rows haie to go through t period ofjipDCc! th trial hor-e aining a- long as lhal of hn> football, a dusk approached he earn and a thousand held conference with his-baria of By purchase or charter Sir Thomas ght o'clock. ifr-t In mosl ills 'of Sir rai[ After pulling-up tlie game they'.did last night .Hgainbt lhe! Norlb Lelh- bndBa United the (J P R are feel idenl that thcv will come out on tou In nights Scott Cup game againac the batuls The tie' Came" or sJttirrtm will bo pijjed off Park, 'i'here will- ijrolialily not be much to ohoose frym lit Incen the two teams .tlnies'oC the year has shoiyii TutJ L I' K cxneti to fwu new nieii-in: on whom Ihry aie jifuung considerable faith Tbej wjni_to jiiJjLijbt. FTigmeifls In IliB flniii, Holnerton will be on the" lob Kildat As tne Lelbbridge United got ttieir two points all the t UkJAuuut them dropping out of the leigue bus stopped and. the} can still bo counted as in the runniug The St Ueorgc s lineup will be Neso'tt Karris Breeze C, Pearson, nrth 1-aurch Bucban Tbnnias personal rock on a field of that the vice-comriiodore of1 the Itoyal Ulster.Yacht Club Is aboard, awake and ready to. receive guests. .These Invariably include a c6rps of news- papermen.' 'Most 'of them come; for breakfast, stay for lunch and linger for dinner, and as sea air-breeds an a hlow.which would rnake the'drdin- ary-housewife quiver in thest> days of high prices. Then the "ViclnrTa weighs anchor. all harbor craft sho receives salutes from Vnotle'st -.tiig .to most majestic-battleship. Westlcy Pearson Sir Thomas suggesting lltt'e, change her, little thcic _ as amassed liis fleet In addition to'smoothing out a Ripple in, a club top he challenger, Shamrock (V.; rial horse, the- 23-mel'er -Shamrock. lere is the steam yacht Victoria, the agship of the fleet.. On the eteran yachtsman .liycs. anchored ach night fn the Hudson Then there Is the houseboat. Killar- ey, tucked snugly away'.in the or of the Hook. On' the Kiilarney esldc raft crews of lhc'? two racing which to the Hand lubber fits ex aclly or clipping Inches, from a topmast with whlchj-'to the ifnltiated there seems nolhlhgywrpng. And each day he'contlniies ,16 deal out dollars lo the 15t> armada I or It is an expensive quest of a hundred guinea cup the., familiar. nr has crossed thn Mldiilu. to win trophy which he has set his heart. He slrokes bis grai goatee ind hk fare wrinkle1 into a-roguish grin as'he swaps yarn for. yarn with his innum.orable guests. 'For Sir Thomas must ha've'bls joke. Favorite. Story One of which he is particularly torn! comerus a visit once paid .him Resenes ;lt J Lustif J, Coftei, Amph i Warner Fails illnder Score of Five to to Home Cracks a Homer in I When a man uanfnBcd to gtod a cheap suit he -wears., tt a time ho nioney: -waat- .false ccenoniy. Buy. your clothinE.frpm u? and keep up-ybur reputation ot being correctly dressed.. Suits priced frora up Bert. Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home of '20th Century Clothing -Alexandra Stock ON THE CORNER. TWO BOYS: DROWN Julv Me Gruddy, seven and; Ernest Briggs, aged 10, .yes- lerdav Ahile playing at TI hore In a graiel pit 410 firfn tTRecT and Mtlor nr Sir.Thomas will to bv former Mayor 'John Fltz- pild out nore than a million, Boston, dollars for Ihi.s year's, ra'ces alone. Rotes Pull Boner When They to Show up for Scheduled League Game naym.ond Hclif.B.successful home IOOK the b'ase'jall'gamfr; tH6 -feature of the tlav from the-Warner.-nine by a score; of five to Ihree J good and Berg s homer in the slxlh for Warnc- I put a little niurfe lite Into it 1 he The bdrnnoL cntertiinim; batteries'were Beig aid Mel group oI.Ametlcans when suddenly it and 'or Uond ind repnrlc I to him tnai tnc Art Lee of T.iuer the Irowd Disappointed (iiving City League Black of Suspending Offending :Tearn Meeting 'Friday Evening. appear. As it was no one in a' rcspon- uoslllon in the Jlotary teairi man- ii Ihe Jit ircd to .igement appea that they would not play. launch wa? Beaded for his craft. '.The Klnp or the Queen." cried Sir .Thomas and at. once began drilling his guests. In'court etiquette. But Ihe rareh rarjies any but royally, 'arrived'with a lone Yankee. H seems that Mr. Filzgerald. wish ing to-nay a, visit.. his' friend the Irish yachtsman, had'-been unable to find n craft which.he deemed sullidcnt ly natly to bring him-alongside. But tell the crowdi finding tho royal at the royal 'landing; stage, he .pronoimreil it a City league baseball received ilack eye last night when Ilic Itot-' KOr a .team bucked by such a llveidecetil onn'iigh jboal" and'ordered It wire orgaiilzation aa the to the Liptoo .yacht.. and considering also the fine showing .Meanwhile the King and Queen the youngsters comprising the, team i reaching the'stage, beheld In amaze have niacto so fsr season it; is- (heir launch dashing -away from hard to understand ,how-they, cume to; them: And the master orthe smalj pull such a b nmps me score bj innings follows Raymond Warner The track events won Hay nmnil tccond Jtagralll got sec onil ,.nd Raymond first war I got thlnV Seierai aeierelj hurt' in labor riofs in Turin, rtalj the finish-again holds pjrlcj wltbj their skippers s back to New' York in the- days work done NEW VULCANIZING We have a Vuicaniz- jnfl Shop at 324 11th Street Sf, opposite Lethbrhdge Motors, and have tnfttalled qn up-to-date plant and are prepared to handle any size of tire and: give pood UNITED Wcanizing Works L TfjLLOCrlT W STOTT Retreading and Vulcanizing Phone 694 324 11th Street S (Opposite Lcthbridgc Motors) craft, on his return, had Ihls cxplana- ariaus failed lo show up for their. It nruK-i-stood of: 'lo mnke-the gentleman "hail In ifbciluleil game against the Hankers, night's meclfrtg being sent out! (rodnced himself as "the Mayor eaeue leaders, and os-a result league j today will call upori-cach team maii-j noston, United Stales of America ofhcials lodny are considering' the ad i aiupcmliTitc 'the team mi. icss a mighty good reason for Ibcir non-appearance is at a special meeting called for Friday'evening In Ihe Herald olfico. There wns a very fair c.rowi) galher- d for tbe game. Ihc. .diamond had lieen switched to avoid tho muddy sptil in front of.lhc slHiid. il liVl lieen fioatod autl Hie wealber was Ideal for fine game. Bin the Rotes failed to turn and al iigcment lo he prehared to come lo: which the royal ya'cblsmnii. imprebs Ihi: meeting ready to answer clennite- compressed Into "'the Mayor of ly whether tho icam will remain in America." And of course n'man. who Ihc league for the balance of the sea-i would ilare march onto the royal land son. Tlieie are slill ten games stage must have slopped Ohio II incliiclins Ibe postponed fixtures.; with royal permission. The schedule ends July SOtii and after so_ chatting of kings and stow-11 thiil there are number; of piilsirtoi nways. yachts and Intrigues, he enter towns wliicli dcsife games; untll the! Hook 11 licrp wiili 11 local ull-atdr creiy, If reached. And as Sir Thomas-la Roles waul to stay In the league they; as (s playing the will have to i-- r -i. OF OUR 1 GRiAND MID-SUMMER SALE I J MAKE YOUrt DOLLAR 00 FARTHEST Why pay more when you can purchase seasonable wear at cut prlcei. Our Immense stock must be cut in half, g Men's Silk "Holeproof" I Hojiery, 1 Men's Dress Shirts and 2o, on-frlday. mighty j host, il Is an enjoyable trip, this liltlc few minutes after, straight that they do anil that Ihey joy.rido down Ihe hav lo Ihe serloua seven Ihe game1 was called off. andbrc prepared lo play. Hie games as' Of ine Ihe crowd given back their money j scheduled. The f.' C.'s. bavp been! The racing sloops, Ivlng at anchor 1 no reiiiiirkfl passed about the fall-; dropping games regularly but it and club topsails lot urc o ibe Rotary crew lo shew up j understood tlml Ihey will stay wilh II., awaiting the arrival of Ineir masler. ufler leaving it to lie midersldo-] as! If Iho.y dj-Aw any crowds lwo lo tho Ute as lhat they would be on however they'll have lo slop out and Ana ltlc vegciariah slmllo Is hand were not highly-complimentary, Bel pllclior. The Mlnew anil Bank-j out bv the MS are dead atixlous to play out thol n nvciy Msh'firCcn. The only appar- leagun lo iho end. and Iho fan? weul away sore Indeed. It is this kind o( thing tbat kills cfly I? is, .-.ttiat-Jhcj.. Talk of A series bc-'iv' Is ,mic greener than her could not scare up a pilcher.! twncn an all-slar aggregation and an-: partner for even her deck's are emer- Mi, hoi and bcliiE the sick list representing tlie Htdpath naving left town for '.he der of the league as a preparation for i summer lo Join a survey -Hulilneeling outside towns Is now being Ihe situation must have been known, heard from the fans eceryvherc.t tonal rocAKas bnardq launch to to tho Rotary manager for a whole! There Is also talk of chamffionship hl3 laun'h'to cnl (Ufferencc is that Ihe Shamrock AK soon as the Victoria's-engines arc Rlonpod. tho veteran of Internal- week before Ihc gamp, and tho least that could havo been done was to have given tlie Icajue hours', notice tbui secretary 24 series between the and the inspect his craft before they set out. Krom thai moment he becomes lost to iiuin irnit. niulJIUMl [lu IJ'J Miners. would be bolter things maritime. than having the fans disappointed d8 Round the llcg Cut" Reg J2.50, Cut price .t. Reg DO and 53'0 Cul'itrioii Keg 0 and 5 00, Cut price Peg and J660, fill pute Reg. Lul price 1.45 2.85 3.75 5.35 Men's, Silk Shirh nog. ji.30, I'ut price Silk Kaccd, Reg, :Cut price 1.20 5126 85c Lisle Hose 75u, cut.pi-ica In White, Pongee and Strifft I tut piico Fancy 7.35 1.25 1.00 66c, cut price 3 pair........ MEN'S BLACK.OR WHITB CASHMERE HOSErileg. S1.25, cut price 85c Id not Ihey were last night. Sir Thomas fol-i Ills sloops as they race and after. Louis Keel 6HOP OF FASHION-CRAFT AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK-318 5TH STREET ;