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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETOBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JULY (Jkveland Manager" Now. fn St'ilf Leading N. L. Slugger Jufr the result j tt ai sensational, batting drive. Tris I Speaker, manager orthe Cleveland In- dlans today th'reatijps to oust'George 1 Slsior. star'first basfjnan of St.-Louis, from the batting leadership-' of the American League. Speaker, hit Ws way (rom fourth placi to second with- in a gut IS hits In 3 games and boosting his' average from to Sisler'6 average is .404. Joe Jackson, the Chicago slugger, IsH -J trailing Speaker with an average of Babe Ruth, the home run kjng dropped from second to fourth place ivith a mark of. .353. Ruth was baiting .356 -'a ..week ago. Ruth, in addition to'his remarkable homa run'drive, IB leading the league Ini scoring, having crossed the plate SS times. Rice, of Washington, failed to" steal any during tho week, bet his thirty-filth theft remains high. Other leading batters: _ Washington, .366; Weaver, Chicago. -.Collins, Chicago, .349; Milan, Washington. .342; Mensel, New York, .342: Hendrlx, Boston, .337; Erickson, Washington, .333; -Jacob- in, St. Louis, .329; Felscb, Chicago, .328: Johnson. Cleveland, .326; Chap- man. Cleveland, .325; E.-Smith, Cleve- land. .324: Mdunls, Boston.. .322; Ctiblv Detroit, .318. Hornsby Leading National 'Although Bayers, of Boston, is on top of the Xationnl League, with an average of .403, Rogers. Hornsby, the Si. Louis star, to be the real leader with an average of .360. Hornsby .has played in SI-games, as compared with oi for the Bostonian. jCy Williams of Philadelphia, the leading home; run hlfter, .failed to boost his tola! ajjove the nine mark. In base slealmg of Pitts- to way -with advance of four with- in Other leading JSmlth, -.338; Konetcay, Brooklyn 329 Ronach, Cincinnati, I Groh, 1 Cincinnati Niciiolson Pittsburg, Hollocher'Chicago 319 Smith, Ixmis, .319; Mvers, Brooklyn, .313. Calgary- for some seems to bo havfiie trouble '-getting Itsht oa the sas.qu.Sf o .V- ..Where Is.the.qld-tasbioaed out.chnr lost used to'.throir a piece ott-Hvsir'ln with the Saturday meat' order! V' QUIT' TftAf 'How do authors' learn asks tue. Indianapolis News. How do tome of toisia keea from. learning {b write thelrJ'practioe? 'SATURDAY NIGHT THOUGHT the real price of life, it Is only trophy, symbol, and may carry with it no satisfaction; indeed it does not carry with it genuine, lasting satisfaction unless it has been won fairly, honestly, honorably. A telichei'? of English ia one, of, bur Alberta high schools describes a money lender as follows: serves you in (he present tense, lends In the conditional oood, keeps you in the subjective' and ruins you In the' future." i ah, treasured hour! She was divinely fair; A miracle of life to me, as the moist leaves dn the And now'shi'e lying there. I Joying to' still'on her flow'ry bier, Sta wh'o once had trilled', The happr'ineisures of the From busy'datrn.to evening.hush; But now Tier .Volte is stilled. methSnks when the lilacs blpora, Sheil'coine from her place of'light, Singing.again-of youth atd mirth, Enchanting the ears of the blossom- ing earth- At rest la t.b.e i in unrest vlll.ivaU lii warm and Wait tho ekies, TUH the line-ring night grovs old snd Wall for her morning song. JHJV- gain ot ground by the Bolshevik against tbe Poles along the Hue-, between Vilna and Vllnsk, Is reported In Friday's official statement from Moscow re- ceived by: wireless, today. Statement T7ARSAW, July detach ments -after obstinate: slreot fighting hava be en. to eracuatoiyilaa under enemy pressure; according to ac statement issued here. Occupation of Vilna: by Russian Bol shevik was reported. from, Ixmdon on Thursday night, the'information hav ing there In a dispatch from Kovno. If was said the city was taken bv soviet forces on Weduesda afternooa: Handicapped by the- lack'ot funds Mme. Curie, the famous French scien list, has decided to come fo America and put herself under: the auspices of the.Rockefeller Institute. Paris Stop Singers Attempt Thero Is unspoken but vifM-defined icjrm cir- cles that President Deschanel Is seri- ously 111 and wia be unable for a con- siderable time tr: resume his duties. So widespread -iaire these IntimaUons become that jesting :illusions on the stage to his recent fall from bis train, Johes of a dear to the French, are now booed from the Blase by the audience. He' irlil be nimble to at- tend' utfairs of State before his De- parture for hU'summer-home. The; altitude; of people a singer at popular, -rllontina rtre Iheatre started 'to. ridicule -the President's aeeident In a- sketch ealillad chute du- or "Fail of the resident Hundreds rose in their seats and cried "Stupide, then "He's a sick man, leave !him alone." The singer retired ru'confuslon The newspaner organs of the Gov ernmcnt attempt to minimize his ill- ness, aud de8criben him as chopping wood on his farm'dr riding on horse- back through, the'- country, wearing overalls and fishing. His known prldo sorel> wounded by. ..the fup posed by the LIGHTS and SHADOWS By F." C. S. ODDS AND ENDS r .'Wonder if Ihe "'also'' rans'-L'across tie line have sent their hats to the deanersjyet. .Some of them got badly soiled in the ring may have his will, but woman will have her way. '.'Cleverness Is sometimes an art to cover ignorance. JA barber went up in the aeroplane at Raymond Now he kBowa what a close shave Toronto doctor denounces ('the practice 'of kissing -babies on the mouth... .We shall withhold comment until the doctor stipulates the age of babies ;just because a woman thinsi her. hdiband is a treasure she hag 'no' to presume that he is treasury. I j AIN'T NATURE Cried Dad as he watched .the Bath- i lug Girl Review. :No, folks, Dad isn't a he'knows models. IF .The U.S. senate were -parliament i they would likely settle the Irish question in five minutes. But as to American of course, thats different. ?Mra. Catt has been away 1n Switzer- land, and during her absence the suf- fragist cause Is said to have fared I rather badly. Well, you know tbe old saying lhat when the cats '.Clothes don't make ti break him. Thej Jsnt it strange that people never j want to live they are I PUBLIC INDIFFERENCE Of all the posters signs and things other signs distributed, mo It ij read: 'Spilling is prohibiled And this sign meets tbe same grim I fate every lad 'and lass; They read, then laugh to scorn the words "Please keep off the grass." signing ot notes and the singing efJ.th.em' are altogether different. WEATHER FORECAST A dry wavo will pass over Alberta Mid SaskalcHowan about October 25. Tils will be followed by a decided Itop In temperature frho .only piace that will be wet win-be Edmontons .They never nocd Irrigation up there THE DEACON SAYS Tbal it Ihe gaoA were as I strict today js ire in of Lota wlfa (hero wodld bo no of a salt famine i "Old King Coal la a costly olrl non! will bo the eong in old Gnlarlo if they have tc- buy tie Alberta pr6- Uvt at a ton __' Jubllc' entertainer alter the acci- dent, and phyrtcSdns- ncllned to'ascribe to .0 make ..the j speedy; (reopx peeled. i T FACTIONS IN :Sir dMd and !t injured Is the toll in Chicago from accidents occurrine Indirectly from Fourth cf July cele- bratlous. A Philadelphia raats a shot- sun to amuse 'his little girl He U n the hospital with a fractured col- lar bone, Tliii iks by of rlvaj factjont occurred .today st miles of Pekln. of The cUk If: Citton wit The mt The cUk If: and rail communl- n Ttln tun been In- out In an ef- -T-. -k fort to the contending I l.ave re their mlsilun hjvlnj Aa-the- result of crops- ta their Alfred Magpe and .A.. U. SpeetS j- Man, .district, have s some -o SILK GLOVES ._ 'Ladies' Pure Silk Gloves, made "Kaysar.' Double tipped, which gives added wear. Colors browa and cbainpague.i Regular to. J.C50 value. Rummage Sale COTTON HOSE g Xadles' Full Fashioned Cotton hose; samples 1 'and manufacturers seconds In black, brown-and I grey. Regular 6Gc value: 95c SILK-HOSE Rummage Sale 35c SAMPLE HOSE Ladles' Pure Silk Hose with ribbed top. These are seconds but-you ask'ona'of the many hund- reds who have bought'these and they will tell you a real bargain: Ona customer bought over 525.00 worth. Hcgular price, x Rummage Sale Ladies' Cotton ;Hose. These .are i samples and'odd linen. Colors are ..lirown. ValuQs.npitoflac pair. Rummage Sale 50c RATINE Fancy Striped Ratine iu assorted sBades. These are.suitable for wash suits.ami skirls. 3D inches Tridc Regular ?2'o Rummage Sale, yard 75c EMBROIDERY EDGINGS Assorted tine edgings ed designs Values lip to jdrd Rummage Sale 5c I FLANNELETTE 104 Grey" FlanneletU .BIanto'8, suitable (or s cote and siugle beds or camp tiee, in grev only j Tliese are worth today. Rummage Sale j I PILLOW COTTON 40 iiicli Bleaclifid-Medium height pillow Cot- 5 ton In circular weave This IB free from t" g is. in tlie regular way G5c. Rummage Sale, per yard 45c CORSETS are tins hue ind we hare BLOUSES plated ome ortil pairs tn the lot to complete the p Volnes in the regular as high as Fine GeorgettB Blouses in exclusive 52 50 a pair and colors sizes clear nee to i i p huge of quality hlousei Values up to 5 51C.7 Rummage Sale F, Rummage Sate, per pair CORSETS BLOUSES A complele and exclusive range of htgh s class novelty georgetlo and silk blouses In fincsl 1 quality. Different colors and everyone a differ- 1 ent stylo. Values Up lo g Ladies' Ffte Corsets These are odd Hnefc and sizes taken Iron quick selling lines All plac ed in one lot for final clearance Values JP to ?r 00 a pair Rummage Sale, per pair .CORSETS j fl Fine-High Grade Corsets, In several VOILE BLOUSES 1 atfferem'..styles from such makerB'-'as D. -A. A-.-- ,7 1 -fAlso-a-few Nemo up to Ladies White Voila--Blouses, in I j'8 ttO a "polr styles anti sues These are esfra special S- Rummage Sale, per oair Rummage Sale Rummage Sale LADIES' Ladles' Silk 1 We 'Rummage Sale V "1- CREPE DE CHINE yards of Fine Silk Crepe de Chine 'that blouses and'dresses. A good select from ftegnlar Rummage Sale, per yard ____.. ntimcmi mm FREE! FREE TO BE AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE To tlis customers estimating iho nearest lo the correct number of yarcJs of sllklno In our window, the following ipflzca will bo given: Ladles' Georgette Smock AA viiucj Rt Ladies' Silk, Princess Slip. Diamond Disc mahogany case. Valuo tlCrtflft at Novelty Silk Skirt. Valued at.................... To the Next a Pair of AA Radium Hose, Valuer! at ,-A coupon entitling you to an estimate filvcn' a cash purchate of one dollar or irM (Snimm jiiifn'ii fei i i _ _ v The Day J J a Big One, M'i 'VW! Monday Day., ;