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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY .HERALD TUESDAY; JULY BRINGING UP FATHER MJ. BUT I LIKE TO I'. DON'T KNO-W Ss'HO 1 AvM- By G. McManus THERE'S AN bRELLAy M DOWN He-Re: It's Genuine Pleasure to Dine Here' Tin-re -arc so many fcuturw of hers llml n.-ukw you leuvo Jii-uaUcipatlci: ot .nsvilii. Tin; food, Ihii ctvi'.-e. environment, ilie tool. frenU couricona KUeuiion Suui a plaO'o 34 you.il Hioote lo I'Ortiis tUorten-'Siicli :i relief .for- th" tram Uio tot MlcKeu.- SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MGR. Corner.Foufih AVe. and Fifth St BASEBALL Rotarians vs. Miners TONIGHT FOOTBALL G.P.R. vs. Veterans COMESIIIL1SI1SBIG WI1ING S1EAK; BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings; V CartUlon Dished Up Thirteenth proved to be one of thfe; fastest of the j t 'season. Blalrmore Is still second on I YVm Tic Contest Broke league listwhh Colamau at tie Oaldale's Way-rSeaman Be-1top. players played for j i ri i In-this fame which was termmed to Dereat Coaldale. of their coming i throagh'wlth the small beating of ti.3' n n- i nit, but greater -would hare been the (Iron- OSr Own Correspondent) .had-nlayed .their CO July boys Etaud-bys. although knowing the jut it over Turin a sis-] Cotemah iteam- ttey" ex-': inning game at the rate of ij to 3. pect to have doue better. luiiu oure more pitcLed against j dale and we most say he is a sticker' and aj'good pitchsraL that_> Jte'is td trim the Couidale.ljoy's and he Is going to do' it before the. .season j la'over Tbe crowd "at tie game'wasl not very big and ,the diamond is in] poor shape. The game was.called'at i of the sixth inning on account o'.ddrkness. Somehow they can't'get started in lime at-Tnrln. The Coal- dale fans would enjoy u ..same In Tuflu a lot more if the crowd "would off ilie diamond Sumnuri Tno base hits BOD t Stolcii bases Smith 1 Jackbon 1, Lund I Harris 1 Gotch 1 Bowers' struck out bv beaman u by Nineteen in One 8 i xHcpr ..d Fiftj-flght to Cardslon lodai Minutes Tinfli a douliUu1 feeling for n was the] thirteenth tho Exciting NATIONAL "LEAGUE Cincinnati Pittsburgh St. Loots Chicago Tori Boston 'hiladelphla inmecntn ye-- sup-1 JuH 19-Jas Del posed (o win aJ the hurch was strong Jaa tbart they would not However they low, of toe_ Gladstone oicrltje Caidbton bovs ihc'Torontp Olyatplc miratuon rate ot 13 lo 4 Tbis decides the t lal of 19 and vart ealno nahed liero s-orae time ugp tae bay ont'a tie between Coil j a8 w Scholei of dale and Cardslon. All Cardston wasjrjiidBtune Toronto, pas ascend, present, on tug diamond and a soodj-qeneral.'-'bf BranUonl, third, at.d number ot toaldale fans, Betting of Pe'terboro, fourlb. iirnk ,it first but died a natural death nftei tlie second-Inning. We Ji get oh much cicitcmenl out of PICKED ,15 wo oipecled, but it was VMVir Tf up there illSt" to 1hp Ininiiin i Iv- Suramiry Three baao hits, liwia' 'ALL EASTERNERS Noble 1 Two base liila. Lcirla'l-i IlHuiel pK-sed balls, Noblo 1, jiONTlibAU July 19.-I.mes .0. cr i blolcii tascE, Cllmle 3, Lund ctatrrnau ot the' Canadian I Jockiwn cominitteg, announced Satur diiy R. Hodgson, J.ons struck out by Bcaicr, 9: uv COLfcMAN AGAIN WINS FROM ULAIRMORE ELEVEN (Kroiu Our Own Correspondent) July defeat by the Coleman footbsll team on tho occasion of their becond tussle Tho game was played Colenian on Saturday lael, -and Won. 51 .46 40 42 43 39 3S 33 Lost. 35 at 38'' 43 45 43 .41 MS P.C. .593 .575 :.513 1483 .481 .446 :407 .Vaughn Scores Shutout CHICAGO, "July Vaughn out- itched Rudolph today, and -Chicago shut out Boston. 5 to.O. Score: R.-H. B. Borton 0 i 8 Chicago ,5 3 Hadolph'and Go-wdy; Vaughn and Daly. --1 Champs Even It Up CINCINNATI, July the series with -Brooyyn, .win- ning In the nlntb.'o core: R: E. Jrootlyn' 4-10 2 Jlncimiatl o. 12 0 Mamraaiii and .Elliott, Krueger, Miller; Rentier 'and Wingo. St. Loult in'12th LOUIS. July St.; Louis Von from Philadelphia, 3 to 1, 'in 12 nings today, getting an even break of :he series. Score: R. H. E. Pniladclphia 1, 8 6 St. Ixiuis i.-1 3 '12. llubhcll and Wheat; Sherdel and demons. ew York-Pittsbiirg, poBtponed, rain. uege Goes To Mihers; Gee Cees Had Lead But Lost TABER TAKES BALL GAME FROM BURDETT (Fr.om Our Own ABER; July 19.---The Tuber senior baseball team left town this afternoon via motor car for'Burdett to measure bats Bardett team at that town.. A large crowd the gamo, Which ran for in.hJhgs aad was contested. Lewis pitch- ed for Taber, and Kinmett for 'Bur- dett- The score" aV the finish was 11- 10 in favor of-the men from Taber.- LeWla registered, doien strike- outs." The Taher players report .no Got To Steve Seaman in First Three Innings for Six Miners Started to Work.After That. v Bankers Rotarians lifters C. C.V LEAGUE STANDING W. Pel .727 .spa .555 .100 After running.'tip to a score of, sil to nothing in the first thr e innings rali'of any sign: of a' Elorm on their I !as at. Adam Park the Colum return journey, the evening being an Ideal one for ba'seball Ruth's Mark is Now31 ISabe Boosts Own Home Run Record By Out Two in One Game NEW YORK, July Ruth made two h'orrie runs in the second, cf th'e double-header with'-Chicago' 'establishing a hew record for hdrne runs, his total now being 31. The Yankees by hard hitting took -the -first flame. 8 to 2, but lost the "second, 8 to S. First game; Chicago New York Wilkinson anil Schalk and Ruel. R. H. E. 2 9 2 i 13- 1 Shawkey Gets: Revenge for Defeat; at Ray- Big Picnic'.! AMERICAN LEAGUE Olympic of 191J. will KO to to1, ilcfond his lltle Ihla sea eon. rcpreMnt Canada in 'tho Olyinpfu swimming pvoaU been decided oiv.aiid will.-lncludo twc men from Toroti lo and one They vriH be: licaded by will' have fifm Georgo Ft' Hodgson. n. Good ay of will bo one of the G. Flint of will be the founh. ('leveland New York Chicago Washington' St. Louis lloslnn Detroit Philadelphia Avon. SS 57 51 59 II 38 Lost. 81 33 40 44 13 S3 IH P.O. .684 JUS ..507 .491 .iSS .403 Split DouBle Bill BOSTON, July, and Cleveland divided a double-header to- day, the- locals winning tho second 5 to in 10 Innings, but the visitors took tho first, 10 to 6. Night SerVice WE ARE m A POSITION TO GIVE YOU UNQUALIFIED ...FACTION FOR THE FOLL.OWINQ.WORK OILING AND GREASING EMERGENCY CALLS WASHING CARS TIRE REPAIRS Our nighl man is at your service any hour, Lethbridge Motors Ltd. ELEVENTH STREET fiOUTH PHONE 1-JS'i RETREADING r Get yoor nest tire rclreadsd by us. Wft are eiten lire-men. We Are A'so Exjjifii in Sec- tional Work, Broken Ceade, etc. We here to give service. Spe- cial icrvlce to outoMown paid one way. Leth. brldge'i Leading Retreaderi. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, LETHBRID06 BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN, Macleod; (From Our Own Corj'aponilent) WARNER. July Inter- esting Eamo of played here ou Saturday evening In a return game betWeeri fm tbe 'first five inning's was high, the score belrig very close. During the latter parti igamo .he local boys ran their, end of the score up, with the resulting final score of Raymbnd 5, Warner Several of Ihe members of the In- stitute accepted the iuyitntion or.Iho Dayton Institute and !.s'pcii: Sat- urday with them at Now'Daytou. An enjoyable picnic was spent; in cpito Of tUO lleat. Many from this commjinity look in tho U. 'P. .A. picnic at Youug'a Cross-, ing on the loth. Dad roadfl took mucii of tho enjoyment out of tho nov. A. S. Coughell, of .Perinant. Sask., wiU preach on an .important subject In the Evangelical church on Sunday evening, July 25. Special music will bo rendered. .7 At the afternoon meet- ing of tho W. M. K. o .r'lrst gamo: Cleveland Boston R. H. E, 10 16 i C 11 and ICovclesMo and O'Ncilt; Uush Schang. Second same: n, II. E. 4 Cleveland Boston Bagliy, Uhle and O'Neill; Pcnnock and Athletics Win Another PHILADELPHIA, July Welch's homer with two on bases, culminating a bombardment of Wcilman in the fifth inning, won the game loday from St. 8 lo 4. Scoroi K, .II. E St. Louis 47 2 Philadelrihla 0 11 2 Wcllnian. Sothorori and Hovcroid; Keofc. Itommcl! and Pcrtlns. Dotroit-Washington, rain. s .Clnb boys broke into (he error allowed 'the Miners Jo pull'up from behind and defeat them seven to sir. The Gee Gees cracked Steve Seaman for" eleven Burns, tho new Enchant performer of: the Ceo Cees, allowed the victors only seven bits but poor' support helped a great deal. Burns held" the Miners right down for the firs', three innings, but started ils team to the sky' when- ho threw wild (o.flrst in the fourth and gave .he Miners their start. In that inning? hree. of tae black diamond boys cross- ed. the horhc plate- on two hits a ttild one man hit b> a pitched lall.; Everything looked 'merry for th'e lee'Cees up to that time. They start- ed oft with a rush.'Snow cracking the ball to deep centre for a homer on the Ihird ball delivered in.the game. Wrist followed with a two-sackcr i-.hd Tur- cotto got a slnglo- and Sinclair hit a fielders choice. :Turcotto canio homo on Ihrow to the plate. Strong That put the Gee Cees in high spir- its and in the nest innings Living- stone, drew a walk and scored the only run. P. Burns, -the pitcher- got the only hit of the innings.- Iii: :tho third-thoy piled up another thre.q then. 'stopped scoring for', the rost of th.e game. Seaman dished up two Second game Chicago New York H. 12 10 .Kerr and Schalk; Thormahlen, Shore, McGraw and Hannah Perhaps You Want a New Straw Hat I? you arc looking for a_. new hat-for the' br.laueo rbf prefer not to speu'l lot of money io we recoii'uiieu'i one of saUors. You will fijill -it very IJP omhs and uljlKh Its Iho oushii too Yon il liko Ilko Iho price Its very special. Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th'Century Clothlrig Alexandra Hotel Block. ON THE CORNER i church, lield at the hom'e. r-f. Mrs. Mason, douata .ft .fll! to e proceeds frohrjuly 1st as follows: tor cliurch'and'parifon- age repairs, nnd SID to Protestant Cemetery Truslc'o Hoard, for Improvements at the cemetery. TABER WANTS FOOTBALL' GAME (From Our Own TAUElt, July At a meeting of AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 4.. Kansas C. Indfanauolig 10, Minneapolis 9. Colurahns 4, Milwaukee 6. .Louisville St. Paul C. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 3, Toronto 0. Jersey City 2, KoclicsLer -i, o. rain. rain. WESTERN CANADA At Hegfn.r. 2, Regina At Winnipeg: Kdmonton I, Wlnnl- pee 1. At Moose .Tiuv-Galgary, rain, WESTERN MEN IN BOX.INO TRIALS TORONTO. July following westerners are included In the draw for tonight at tho continuation of the Canadian Olympic boxing trials here: 126 Rankin, Edmonton, versus W. Hewlon, R. A. 135 R. A, C.. versus George VflttiKheu, Calgary. the fair board ou Saturday1 evening, the question of football' was brought up nnd a resolution passed orTcrin? n prize tor a game for the lastVnlglit of the fair. The matter lias been broach- ed to the Vela and other football men since, ami Ihe suggestion inada thai Ihe Scott cup winner be asked to play Taber at tliat lime. A meeliUB Is lo bo held in the Vets' hall to. discuss thla and other mailers and it ia unite probable that tills will be done. The -Vets meet the town council lo niglit on tlic subject of tho placing of the war trophies expected here. They will likely lio placed In the tov.n park and shown on the talr grounds during the fair ,-iifo. A movement afoot lo liavc some kind of celebra- tion, FOOTBALL SQUIBS oak, for th.e cup to stand on. LbTHBUlDGI' GRJAT VET' i r RANS 1113 1920 and leaung u ip-ico v for 1S21 bay lied have you noticed lie am. "Well, Red, aro. again, de-j cess Ihis year? fealed but undismayed. tho Derby; Mca'euce Pgucs's that cup is-a1 cinch for'the! the Royal Hunt Cup; Soutli Africa at Vets I Tiisley; wliile old Tommy Llpton looks I Charlie -Bamsey is still i like lifting the America Cup with walks, one to Turcolte and Ltvlrigstonc, both men eventually get- ting home. .Burns iwas the other inan Lo scoro and .when Sea- man.bounced offdils hacfc. Two hits wcro roeislcred, tfolli :slngles, by Holnian, tho catcher and F. Hums. In the last of Ihe .fourth the Jliiicrs got started andjn tbn nfth-theyioycn- ed up tho .score. bit into tho hushes for Ibrce bases and Huff brought him home, when he sing- led. On-Baccda'fl crack Hudson was chalked up with an error and Sinclair pulled a costly error on Ihird that allowed two men to reach the plate. JIo let a fast one get through his hands. Yair, tho rnan out, was cauglit between first and second, try- Ing to steal. soiling his orangct: h" has1 the tall to think the Ceepceir tan lift that cup I guess final-he'll be sell- ing lemons Tell t'lerea a pair of shoe for the boy for-every goal he scores So if he wants to.get the kid stock- ed'up'for a year or two, now's tho time. Three more new men; 1 wonder where they get the'in from, and how they get Iheni. Well, wo should .worry; there'll bo nothing to' It.' .Say, Red, did you notice tho re- port? Wasn't it fine? The Saints kicked the hall out quite u lot. Winnino Run The winning rufl'crflRi'ed the fourth baso In tho seventh when Huff scored after making a Iwo-sackev. lie wi brought In by a single from Steve Sea- man and a fielder's choice by Bnceda.' Seaman did not steady down until the fourth Innings'and" from then rm did good work, while Hums seemed to lie losing ground and his rrien" Cuinmenc- cd to make errors. The Miners-were charged with four errors Ceo Ceca wllh five. BOX scone Coe Ceen AB.n..I1.PO.A.B. 14 23.2 0 So >o make the Scott Cup doiibl) Euro for tho will call them uu the day of Mi's final. "Saviours o( Iho Kmpire. BRITISH TENNIS ft ft -J- f WIMBLEDON'. July M. Johnston of California, the United States tennis champion, defeated A. It. P. Kingscole, of Great Britain, hero today'in n hard-fought maidi, C-2, 4-0, 3-5, 6-4, 7-6. Today's play was supplementary to I think that shows the Saints lost series between the Brandlis Davis- tho game because they kept tlio ball] cul) which'ended Saturday In a In. victory for the visitors. Many olher teams when they had Ihogamo on Ico 'with ouo up would have packed lito defonco aud put tbu ball out. But no, tho. Saints are a bunch ol All Sports and believe In playing Iho Kama. That's what tlip spectators pay their inoney' for. Cougratnlatloiis, Red, on Uio doulilo- league, Do it again next year, boys, and make it th'o Hat trick. We've wife's consent, BO don't forget to reserve ns'a berlTi. Ken finishing the stand now, soild o.lf Burns 2, off Seaman 2; hlt'by pit- cher, by Burns 1, hy Seaman 1; earn- ed runs, C.C.'s 2, Jllners 3. Umpire, Wray. MEXICAN GENERAL SHOT CITY, July ed Jesus M, Gnajflrdo nil insurgent, .who was sentenced to- death liy a summary'court martial at Saturday night, charged with rebellion, was executed Sunday a firing squad.. 410 FIFTH STREET Rnow.'t2b Wrist. Ib........ 6 Turcotlc. r.f. Iifvlngstonc, l.f. 3 Burns, c.f......... 3 llolnian, c......., 4 Hudson, s.s....... 4 I'. Hums, ii. 4 Sinclair, 8b. 4 1 6 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 02 6. 003 u i V2 1 0 1 Keel's Grand Midsummer Sale The Greatest Bargain Event of Seasonable and chanillso ul 1'rlcei Tlial' Speak (or Thofhsclvcs, Mor- i BALL PLAYERS PULL FOR COX COLUMBUS, 0.. July players went into politics ycslerday when tho ('ox-Roosevelt 1-eague of pro- fosslonal bascnali players was incorp- orated to mil Hie Democratic IfcKot. The incorporalors were Jnko Dau- lierl, Ivy U'lugo nnd Bd. Housch of Ihe Cincinnati Ilcds; Waller Maran- ville, Hoslon Nationals; Sten- gel. Philadelphia Nationals, nnd Ivan Olson, Brooklyn Nationals. Daiihorl was chosen president. Every major league team Kill have a vice-president Despondent because of Iwo acci- dents lo his vessel. Capt. Wlllman ol tho steam barge Itoltlc of Cleveland jumped oft" the boat Snlo the deep water ol Lake Huron and ended his Mi, Znbach, s.s. 35 6 11 S 5 Miners 1 AB.R.M.PO.A.E. Clinmach, c.f. 0 J. Seaman, 3b 4 Huff, c. 4 S. Ssamnn, p. Baccdn. 2b :i J. Valr. Ib 4 Kolcli. l.f Watson, 3 1 Men's Fine Shirts j I Regular and Cut Price........ i 1 Regular Cut 1 Regular and Regular and Cut Price I 1 Regular and Cut Regular Cut Price Men's Silk Shirts 1 lif WHITE, PONGEE AMD. FANCY..STRIPES i Regular S6.50 Regular and Cut 35 7 7 27 il Score C. I! 511 7 I u ron, Snow; Ihrec1 H baro hits, J. Sonmaii; two baso hits, j S Wrist. Muff; stolon' bases, i Huff 3, Daccda 2, Snow, Turcotto Holman. Burns; struck out. by Sea-j 11, by Burns o; bases on balls, Louis Keel SHOP OF FASHION-DRAFT AND THE FLOR3HEIM SHOE OLIVER 5TH STREET ;