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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX fl LETHBRIftvlE DAibY HKKALU I BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus THERE. GCC HELEN COLON'S SHE LOOK'S IN CLOTHED THEN DOESN'T PUT A LITTLE It's a Genuine Pleasure to Dine Here There are BO niauy" featurefl of dl-iing here (hat make you leave with an ttnttviiuttoirof .earning agate. .The food, the service, tie CQ.Vironmeat, eatditaiuniont, tho cool. freiili atmosphere, the courteous titettion are all Ideal. Such a .place as you'll 'choote; .to to a'rellef'fof tb' from the hot SILVER GRILL C E MOORE, MGR Comer Fourth AvtUnci Fifth St Fragments Holders Scott Cup for Second Year O .________ Fast Game Gives Second ime C. P.-R. Put Up Hard half for the Against Veterans-Score Was] Four to One Against this season .Cheswick has played in, I Plenty of of Six Hundred Present. Before one of the largest crowds fiver seen at Adams. F-Ark -last night the Fragment-; from 'France became! the possessors of the Scott cup for. 1S20 Viy defeating the 0. P. R. in one of the fastest and hardest fought Barnes .that the football, fans have-had the 'pleasure of wltuessing for some time. It was'the combination of the Frag- ments and7 the steadiness of their .de- fence thet heat the C. P.-R. but must say thai-the C.P.R.-.put-up a great game after they got settled down to pluy and.for team that has of the goals and In the other case tak-] BallHo and passing Itf to Daf is. During' the second hall Cheswick' was "hot quite as prominent.' He had, tired ouCand it was then that the C. up. their best game." Commencing from tho tick-off they put lip than the Reds and had Irish Ktme in hot water sev- eral timest'only one ball gctttng past him.' ,For twenty minutes of this half the C P R had the Reds playing on the defence. For most of ihe half the Reds had the Railroaders playing (teifence and Milner. and Ted Derricott were clean and were exceedingly difficult! for any goal tender to get. The set orid goal came off a corner and was kicked _in by Che "McLutkie played a good game for a time but forced to quiet down'after getling-his ankle injured.. Bestwick did good ser- vice. Clean Ga'me The game was clean from, start to finish and- although references have been made to players being injured they were accidental. Following are the players; C. P. R. Parsons T. Derricott Milner McMorrovr Lowe .Thompson McLuckte Irwin Davidson Bestwick H. Derricott I Mmilng Allan Davis Knoi Legs Shaw Cheswick Dunlop Llnnlng Anderson Kane Fragments Bill Mulholland Pilches Roles To 5-4 Victory Over the Miners PACIFIC COAST Seattle 10, Sail Lake 4. San Francisco 2. Oakland 6. Los Angeles 1, Yernoii 3. Portland 0-0, Siicrameiito 2-5. St. Paal G. Louisville 2, .Minneapolis U-3. liiiltaimpoUs 0-G. S. Kansas City 5. Toledo 0. BASEBALL Major Minors had such a hard tl-ne to get P'aversi t to do Mllncr a a deserve great credit for their me r- bt p-oint in ing last night the hea waa knocked Uter the Commissioner Out After that he weakened and It MeeLh pre enled the cup on the field. yas after that that he made two miss to the Fragments aid in a fen uelli kicks which accounted for Davis spoken words he said that this'was I ing and KTIOI gelling credit for Cleveland UIP second time ne had the pleasure rf goal New York of presenting the Scott Cup and dfter W.I1-. Chicago .Results and League Standings. INTERNATIONAL Toronto S. Jersej'CitvS. Rochester 3 Syracuse 12, 10. Reading 2, Akron 3. WESTERN CANADA, Al 2, Ilegma Rotes Close Up On League Lead- was Hotlv Contested, Cogw heelers Coining From Behind to Win nf, c M> Rohwer b Gardner, 2-b Rose SB Dunsworti r( 'tulhollana pl si Tambor.'cl AB R H PO A E 5 1 2 16 1 C 3 1 0 o i I I 3 1-1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 o f 33 o 9 27 13 7 Score by n. II. B. Miners 102 000 9 6 HoturtaiiB 002 110 9 1 Vase -hits Chu- n n f i inick two base hits Muluolland and ing Bankers, Being Onl) One struck out bv Mulholland 16, by A! Seaman'l, by'S; Seaman 6; balls off? i Seaman 1 off S Seaman 1 hit b} pitcher? bv A Seaman i double Baceda to to Vair, Umpire Wray: LEAGUE STANDING L. Pet. banker: .S3 i2i Hotarlaus 4 Miners ,.....5 5 .500 C.-C.'s.......... 1 9 .100 Next TS. Col- umbus Club at Ecbstorni Kriday. 64 evening, "July 23, at Pitcuing himself out of three nasty Bill Jlnlholland. portsider ex- traordinary of the Rotarians turned (Called at em! of ilh Regina to tatch )n wla agamEt the miners at Eck traln) i storm Parl. last night in one of the At 4; taU games o( the 5eaSon. The uep H 'I Moose Jan lalgar AMERICAN LEAGUE nights showing he thought the Fragments were entitled to it for 1920 Blliv Billy Played Well. .playjcg %to with Jock Anderson and he played bet-1 He then banded tuj %toi Shaw captain of the Fragments I ter.Jhere lhan In his old position. Hej and ,fter three cheers for the a game and kicked well, 'and one for a ilger and three more T-CK toc rew ls stl1 going strong Shaw was quite a bit! in theilimelig'ht and so were Allan and H Lmntng for the C. P. R., they left for the Club amid great shouting. Cheswick- a- Factor With the exception ofVtbe-.last- ten minutes of the game, the C. P- R. play welt dnd If It had not been for Ches Tigers Take WASHINGTON Jlih Parsons" goal for Ihe C. P. B., was I won four of its games with Wash Won 19 iS score was Rotarlans 5. Miners '4, the crowd was tickled to death with theVeihibition. It wasn't that It was free.from-errors, but the score didn't fesemble a three-da> cricket set to, and there-was ho tea served In the intervals. Both teahis were playing 'he Th'e Rotes did to the Miners .what (lie Coal-Passers did to the Columbus .Club the evening came behind and won In the third i the Miners had the Rotes three to noftyng thereupon put oh an extra pound of steam, and blank ed the big bova from the north side for the remainder of the fracas until .the ninth they rallied a busy- man during the first .half and atquitted himscit In good style. Both goals him were O o A N D SPARKLING Here's a beverage thats all that cdrlr.k should be for health and refreshment. It's snappy, of tasteful flavor, mildly stimulating, and dalicloua- ly thirst'quenching. No other drink ts quite so satisfying and cooling-oh hot days. It's .an-excellent beverage to have in the house at all times to serve.with the meal, to offer to your guestd .with evening lunches or by itself. OKLA-APPLO The New Drink Is brewed and prepared from the blended Juices of choicest Okanagan treated to give It spark, vim and zest, It bubbles forth deKclously sweet and pleasing to the palate. (lnr; thft States this same drink, called Apple Jur.Applestaff, Spitz Cldre, has outsold all other soft drinks ten times over. Try it today at your favorit; order a case of If lor home or office use. j We make a full line of soft drlnko. All flavors. MANUFACTURED BY n zi_ .1 n j i one across South. Will Produce Good Announced Alter, the exhibition' they put np TORONTO, Julv are the results of the Olympic boxing trials Flvwelght 112 pounds Ham Turne M A A A defeated George Blain, National Montreal. Bantamweight its Graham, Riverside A C defeated Percy Dubols, Ottawa Newton RaukiD Edmonton Lightweight, 135 phor XewtcB, Rnerslde A. C defeated George Wittlscben Calgarj 147 Albert Schneider, Montreal, defeated In rent Good Cood looking hosiery is not tuerel> a question o! finish comfort Jgjiot sfhipl> a matter of fit. So Hole proof hos- ien not onh a per manent shaplmess and anu? fit aiid n beautiful lustrous 'finish. tiui ntuicimt comfortEule, soft and soolh- inff'o foot. A.. ...7Sc Bert. Kester's MEN S SHOP Home of 20th Clothing Alexandra Hotel ON THE CORNER. Pme Silk Lisle, pei pan June 2. t New York. _ 126 julie 3 Snyder A C, defeated A McKeowp, Lachine Canoe Club Mon treal j _ Middleweight, n ashington, at i _ __ Washington at New- York. June 10. Okrie, Detroit; at Detroit, lune H Msera Cleveland at Cleve lend! June 16, Faber Chicago at Chi cage. June 17 "Williams Chicago at t hi' cagi .ii 21 Shocker, "t lip ?t St LOUIS Prudholme P P C L, 1 London Unt., June 2c> Pennock, Botton defeated Herscoyltch, M A A A Montreal. t Light heavyweight, 17o Plait, Classic A, defeated A. Jlc- ington by taking of ouble header 7 to 2 to.-l: The rst game went In innings. letrott 7 IB 0 Wellington 6 H 3 Dauss and Ainsnnth lourtnev, Snyder rrkkson and He of the bilnls nlch. Ruth At H vftgain Tickets are being sold for the bene- fit football game ati Adams Park Sat- urday night. The proceeds arc" for i McLucklo of the C P R and MoitI Both player's in I gamea this so injured i that thev had to remain from last night -it is hard (o .ivmderatand why the Rotes .fulled to .field a team for Fridaj night's game Tbey had' to make several switches in their1 line-up, but they got by. in good style. erstwhile catcher for Prebdergast: ol Macleod, held down second sack and TiohVer was shifted to third in Ridpath's absence. H didn't help Rohwer's fleldirig average piled up three Adams St. Marks' Club .Hallfai Heayywelght-iC. McDoulton, Classic C loroato defeated Paul Lehaves j. c at I LUtlk IlilU IU I eilJilMI il UlU J tt. for some time The teams '.'e a lllat i _ Infill trio nir NEW YORK JiiU 20-New ,nc North and South and lnalca ivtdcd a double header with Chicago Are that lt Dc onc ot thc 6 to 3 but oday, winning the osihg the first 7 t. ,._ -.___ _ 2nd. homer In the first. Ihicagb 7 11 Vew York S 10 3l Faber, Kerr and Schalk Quinll Me raw and Ruel. i j Second, H. II.. E.! Ihicago 3 N'ew York 6 CicoUe and Schalk; Mogridge and Kuel. Indians Win In 11th BOSTON, July de- feated Boston 0 to 8 Iti 11 Innings-to- day. Cleveland fl 14 0 Boston 8 Is, o Martin, Niehaus bfiie Bagbv and u u j. gimc-i of 1020 In this cllj The Ruth, hit at 7 and a goofl crowd is wanted. The teams win 'be SOUTH SIDE Mclntyre Ncsbilt Anderson I'ir famphelT Ureezc C Pejr on Buchau P Vpiilebj T BesUIck .N'. Our rr LllilllllB u'cLllCl Allan A. Karl i U Utinlop H. Ixiwe ,Shaw i Clarke i Tennaut 1 Ilunlop J NORTH SIDD Reserves for the'-South Side will be Holbertou, forward; Westley half back and Ttate'tnan fullback For O'Neill; Fortune Karr and Slsler Hits Homer Ihe-North Side they will be: II. bin- PHILADELPHIA lul> 'D blhler s n1nS W Hutton hall hack full hack Players dress in the Miners I ilirarj f W pm homer won the game toi SI 'I ouls to day 5 to ,j SU Louis 6101, BurwOT, Davii and 'Sevcroid Mo'oic Naylor abd Perkins. 'NATIONAL 1EAGUC Won. I.oat. P Brooklyn........ 9> .59 Cincinnati.......' 4fi 3? .56. Pittohurg........: 40 St. Louis........ 12 4} Chicago......... 4S 45 New York........40' Bqslon 33' 12 Philadelphia 33 48 CALUE LINEUP FOR THURSDAY'S .451 .4SS .ISS Tho following la the Caledon- ian team for the game with C.I'.II. on the 22nd at Adam's Park: Ualeman, Dbiig- Pink, Jackson, Knight, Mc- Farlann, Ea'elon. W. Hulbcrlon, referee. Kick p.m. sharp, BABE RUTH'S RECORD Cubs Win CHICAGO, July made it three out of five front-Uoaton today by winning S to 4. Boston 4 Chicago and O'Xcill, ilcncirix and Kliiifor. Guinls Defeat Pirates July York won from PHIsburg loday 5 to 2, Xctv ii S 0 Pltlsburg 2. Nohf and Snydcr; Cooper and Schmidt. Leaders Beat Champs CINCINNATI, July defeated Cincinnati Eu tho nlntli inn- Ing today 3 to 2, Score- n. 11. K. Brooklyn'..........'.... n 0 Cincinnati 2 1 Grimes and Miller; Kller and Win- So- lOnlj- tbrte IlstheTOOKEHOOKthsl look the cuss off. Young Sea.nian, brother of the Iron .Alan, started .the-game for. the Black Diamonds, and looks like a comer even .though'he is only 17.. fie did .very well for four Innings, but the Rotes had tied the score he was shifted to allow Steve to take up the burden. Steve .is, suffering from split thumb on his pitching wing, and had pitched and won a bard game the nlgbt previous, so it is doubtful whether the switch was wise Th' youngster might have got. aw.ayi >rilh It. were registered off him in the (our sessions. j The Rotes went in to the-lead the fifth after Steve Seaman had walked Gordle Morrison-and Rohwer produced a nice hit The) put th game on ice in thc eighth when they presented Duns worth hit cafel> and on stealing Hut made a stiff peg to second which got nnd before- 'accident was cornered Dunsftorlh. had rompet home. Mulholland struck'--but lie'had his breaking-beauti- fully. In the especially he sot out of a tight mess.' The bases were populated, hut he struck out two anci.madc'the third pop out'to'short. In the ninth tho Miners threatened to He up score, J. Seaman, first ur singled cleanly. Huff got a'life when Mulholland's throw to second off his grounder was muffed. Steve Seaman produced his third .hit of the garac and J. Seaman ncofed. With men on second and third It looked as'if the Miners would pull the game out of tlie flre. ..But Mulholland put everything he hail on the: ball and struck out In succession, the next'three, men, liaceda and It was.pretty work. This puts ihe Roles within one game of the Bankers who have tb win twy rrtoro starts in order to cinch lea- Tho Holes meet ths C. C.'s Fr! day night at Kckstonn Pork which Is now in good sha'pe, and if they win .they, promise up a pretty scrap for premier honors. THE BOX SCORE Minors- AB B-H PO A K Xubach, as...... 5' Chuiitlck. cf 5 J. Seaman, 3-b a Huff, c........ 6 S. Seaman, If, p 4 Vnlr, I-h'...... 5 Ifaceda, -j-b 5 Cnolnck. rf...... 6 b. Seaman, p, 1( I Babe -Rufh's vh'6me run" record for Ui-'O up to }eiterda> equaled the 29 n 1919 Dates names of pitchers nnd opposing follows May 1, Permock Boston at hew York. May 2 Jones Boston at New York Chicago, at York. May il, Kerr Chicago at May Chicago, at Jte'nr York. Hay St, I.ouis, at New York Ma> 25 Leonard Detroit at New York Mas 26 Dauss, Detroit at Jiew }ork Ma> 27 HSrper fjoston at Boston May. 27, at Hoston. May Bush, Boston, at Boston. May Washington, at New June 2, Kachary, .Washington, at New York. York Boston at Trork June 30. Bigbee, Philadelphia at Philadelphia June 30 Perry, Philadelphia, at Philadelphia July' 9, Oidbam, at New Vork July 10, Dauss, Detroit, at Now July 11 Ehmke Detroit, at New York July H, at New York July-15, Burwell, St. Louis, at.Kcw York. COMMUNIST CONGRESS" LONDON, July -coun- tries are the..second international Communist congress which opened at Petrograd< Juh 19 a wireless message from Moscow Among, the numerous delegates -.aro two from Great Britain. 410 FIFTH STRE.ET Keel's Grand Mid-summer Sale D The-6realest Bargain Event of Seasonable anil Depnuilalila- Mar (hanillac at 1'rltes That Speak for Themselves Men's Fine Shirts I Regillai and 25 Cut Pi ice I Regular 50 Cut Prige 1 RegufaT 00 and 50 Cut Pi ice Regular 50 and 00. Cut Price Regular and Cut Pi Regular Cut Pi ice .......i IN Men's Silk Shirts WHITE, PONGEE-AND FANCY1 STRIPES Regular and Cut Price I Regulat' and Cut Price Louis Keel 6HOP OF FASHION CRAFT- AND THE FLORSrJEIM SHOE OLIVER 318 5TH STREET ;