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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE 1ETHBRID6E DAILY. SATURDAY, JULY 21. 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER n. 1 By G, WcManus covorte ttUbT HAVE FOR TONIGHT V IxrV FniL'Ji'i it's a Genuine' to Dine Here Tliere are so inauy feature? ul thai ihake vou leave wiij an unticlpaUou of ftmiiug again. The lood, the acrvlca, tiie envirouiusm, iiio cool, fresb tlie courteous attention urn'all ittei'. .Sucii a place U.A yuu'll fliooEC to to a rolEet for thr.' iviio from tha hot kitchen. SILVER GRILL MGH. Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth St. FOOTBALL TONIGHT-North versus Jackson Pitches C. To Victory Over Rotes; Score: Seven to Two (they made pretty good Onij Allowed Rotanans One 1 iiicy lost the game. Hil r'nliimhuc Tlilli Hail I THE Box SCORE Hil UUu Hail ,ab AD rt H I'.O A More Fans .With Hits Three Sacktr. LEAGUE STANDING W. 1-. Bahlicrs S Rolarians 5 Miners jj o C C s 2 S I'.C. .727 ,500 Mulholland, p Sang, c Morrison. -1-b Rohwcr, 3-b Jachsoc, cT Dimecll, I! Hose, Green, ss Dunswortlr; rf Tambo'r, 2-b' U 1 1 27 0 0 BASEBALL Major Minors Residtsaiid League Standings.. Manager Speaker of Indians Takes AMERICAN LEAGUE Lost. Tlie'-Columbus Club hayii von other jute-lull rhev imcorkMl A "surprise .bus vhoH trolled olil jacitson of Coal-, dafe js their" niojinU operator Jack Eoii'allOTtert the HotaVianf one lilt and EfraA dut sixteen of ttssm The final SAiHu-n.s to tsrpHoV tlio Cee Cincinnati til Lost.' -.37 in the finals. Troeh and- .Airie.. each broke Ihiriy.four largets'- and led the Held, which consisted of 43 conipoll- lora.- Kighl of the nine countries which had repreBeutaliv.oa survived the-1'first round. Great Slates. Tv'drway, Belgium, Hol- Franco. 't Finland's three repreBcnlalircs ware cllmlnaled in liie..first round. RETREADING ;Get your next Ure .rclrcadetl by 'are lire men. We Are Also Experts In Scc- 'ticnal Work, Broken Beads, etc. We are here to give service. Spe- vervlcctO out-of-town orders. Exress paid one :.way, Lcth- 'fi Leading Retreaders. Lethbridgc Vulcanizing Works St. Louis .t. 47 12- 42 Rutli: Is netting Iho pace for run- _elter5j; having Scored ninety-four yfith Speaker the- rnnncr-up vrith'-'82 tallies. ;Ttuih also-ha's negot- iotcd''240, total bases !n: hilling .while his closesl rival Is Slsler-wllh an even m. Rice of Was'hinglOnipilfered th.rei bases diiriiig the "week and is showing the-way with "thirty-eight'thefts. Sis- ler' replaced- Dohb'y -noth, also of 35 runneV-'up. having slol-'l hasefe gairies; He has 24 lo-Roth's 20. leading ATGPE BERT KESTER'5 MEN'S irbMB.bl1 20TilCENTUItY.CL6TillSiO 'ALEXAMORA .HOTEL-BtoCK. ON THE CORNER. jrllhva fixture sb plqnmt in'-characteri NewiYorl: .3S1; Wearer. Chicago .344; iE: Collins, .344; Hcndrlx, Milan, Washington .332; is :the meeting Surrey' and Lancashire -at the Ihese teama tielng first and second; In1 the tahle, Cohh, Dolro respectively. Makcplcc'o outMand, ..330; of 20? for Lancashire. The homS team, Kelsch, Chic Cohh, Detroit, .331; Johustoa. Cleve- Jacobson, St. Louts, .326; _jlcago, .323; Chapman, Clere- MS- wickets, land, .322. In.the National Edwin Ihe .Bo3ton pilchcr, plnch-hillcr and strcngth- disnilsscdiLancishire and heal the clock by a few- minutes to win by -nine wickets. L--- ;The visiting learn Iqcluded the :fam- oncd his hold on first place a'rnong the R. H. Spooner, for -IJie j Naliona! league He has an. ftrsO.flme this season .bul- he only I average of .404 altained In 57 games, scored 17 and. 2. 'in which he was al bat 94-times and Boston Philadelphia .4SI .'.419 Game OmcersEkcUd to Manage PHONE ;E. CHAPLIN, LETHBHIOOE: BRANCH Af MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN, Matlt'id. game today. Boaton 6' 17 SI. Louis 5 13 11 McQuillan and O'Xilll; Sbc-rdel and demons, Dllhoofcr. 1 Pfiillies CHICAGO, loolO; Affairs; jSeek Quarters N (Kroir. Our Own Correspondent) July of the abtr loolOall clul) helil in Ihe rally In the ninlh' f.tli on Hit tuns, defeated Chicago, 10 lo 7. j ai sonn today, scoro: 11. H. .Philadelphia 10-11 I Chicago 7 S-. w CnlllM, Cnuaey. Snnlh Wheat, Vaughn, Carter, Hallcy'tuxl Daly. Cinty Trims Olaiils CINCINNATI, July tn-j.Vots' hall liul il has been evident for j lollowed by Alleys aacrlHc.i time t ought lo'licj c-ighlh Inning lo.iiav- enabled j provjic-d for 11 Vor's.] iiiiion, ctf.. liic hall being generally [.cracked .put..thirty-eight, HorasbjV Ihe'St..Louis has played Mil 86 games In .which .he has made 122 hits In 340 times at bat, for an average of .359. J. Smith of- St. Louis made the best showing among the regulars during I the past week. He boosted his aver- age to .332 and Is in third place, irlth- Smith of .New -York in fourth place -with, .329.'. lianqrofLj.lhe former..Phlladelphlan, now "with "New best'rtin gclfer'in the league. registered Burnsj-his teammate, being .nftv-fourlAyflHaros to-inofbase his homo'run ;rc 'but "continues Io lead the le'aguc' with nine. Roberts of .Chicago has eight. Mai Carry of Pillshurff did not steal any bases ilur- Jng'lhe week, bnt his 35 thefts remain high. O'ther lending bailers: liouEch, Clnclnnall .327: Konelcliy, Brooklyn .323; Hollchcr, Chicago .'.J19; .3IC; Oroh, Cincin- Philadelphia .312; July Krancls Adams. 2nd, Ihe man at the wheel, on the Kesoluie, Is character- ized by experts as the premier Amor- icari yachtsman, i -He has. .mare than a score of of .seven letters with a double a, such as'the'Pa pobse.-Goosoon, Harpoon'and on; He was at tho whecUof the famous Pilgrim yfhen "she race against the Vigilant and .Jubilee'for the honor of. defending the America's Cup In 18S3: his b'rother j George, mate of- to- tha leeward rail to watch the jib Bheols as the. yacht drove along in a smoky soulhwcstcr. She heeled -so' hard George seon stood in-water-up. to his knees. "Hey, there. Deacon." he "its gelling deep out here." "f don't'care'lf II comes uu'to your neck, you stay there lill I; tell you to come replied. Captain-'- Charles put the'Pilgrlm was defealeil. There.may he a happy pmon in the'' eve'iliu'frof Julj- IStli. I Bighce, Pitisburg In. the naji .313; W'lllla'ms, 01 the orSaiiliallon were or-1 Jlj'ere, Brooklyn .310; Stock. St. Loulb and iiir.ijs nmde for ths .303; Cincinnati .307; .Yount', A stronger rammuice of seleclion was Ne.v York .307: r.r.inert. conslttine of T. I'alerEp.n, .1. Nicholson. Pllteburg .307: Kelly, New SMI Hohcll Joncs.l York .303; Twombley, Chicago The ;tlib rcr.dczvous liaa-'h'cen .the Z.i Wheat, Urboklyn .300.. yachts and Sins .sailed nearly ,150, small and large and some' of these have been'lh'c best boals of their class in Anicrica'and tho world.' Mr. Adams la Ireasurer of Harvard University and a ii'ieinber .of the'cor. poratlon, n director in many com- ilea and In. personal charge of .rust cslalos ainounling to many mil Ifohs. Yeava ago. he- becaTtie known lo yachllng associates under tho nick- name of and some .of them sill! call him by that name. Born at Qulncy, Jfass., he canio of a long lino .of sea-faring .men and in- herited a love for tho sea. He is creclHeil wllh calm judgineat aiid a liltle GOSEOOII slopped the 'victorious high type of suorlstmmshlp'.. Ills c-arecr by winning'two out-of three father used to take in j races. Boston Harbor: when'he was a child Captain ChriBllansoii, profci- and by the time, he wac 12 years old slonal skipper of the Resolute has he was ivlniilng races with his smalij sailed with Mr. Adams He boats. In those days .he learned a lot J quartermaster of the Pilgrim In about the tricky side of rates for] Ihc men of 18KJ aurl won rules were 'lax.1 approval by golns out on Iho caff, a In later years Mr.'Adams built and dangerous position, lo. fasten a sail lo victory many, notable ynchls I lhat became loose while the race was most of ivhiCh.bore names comppscd I pa.. fact lhat Charles F.'Adams years npi blacked Ihe aspirations of one little Scotch .culler, the Minorva, which came to, America and defeated a num- ber-of American boats-In 1SSO. -Her victories were regatded -as om.inous' and suBgcsted ihlllty that, a larger boat of her" typ'e would be sent Io carry afray the Am- erica's Cup. The sailed by Charlie Barr, tho-famous fiklpper; defended! the cim- as skipper of the Columbia in and the Reliance In 1503.'- But Adams with his ,tlio Cincinnati lo win lo.tiav frum New NIGHT SERVICE PHONE 1454 T frl tJB 11TH STREET SOUTH If you require your Car to be in a dependable shape for your Summer. Trip, our Night Man will pipepaie it for you to your entire satisfaction. GftEASINOv, WAGING, TIRES, BATTERIES, CAR READY ANY HOUR lo stc "lie fair- hoard about Tin- prnpnsed ejiine on August ilh, Ihc Inst niehl the fair. INTERNATIONAL I to, Score: Nov.- York c Cincinnati............. l iienton and Snyder; fleulher ;ind vice-president were ocjis riraici poin'.t'J to loot the mailer. Julj oe Me6sr.> T. onil Jones Waled Pltlsliurs lo 5. Iv.'c.-t- nptiolr.ic-d Ir'aincrs, nnd Ales. E j Ijr. liamman were In- Orooklyn t; fi; 5 Mainmaux, finiltli anil .Miller; Adams an.d Schmidt. Hacffner. .M1ER1CAN ASSOCIATION Toloilo 3, l.oulsvlllo Columbus S, IncllaiMiiolls SI.-Poul Milwaukee 5, Kansas Cily PACIRCCOAST AnEslcB. 0. Ycrhou J.- SMitlle 7. Salt-Uke S. I'orilciid SKcrarncnlp .San Kranclsco 3. Oakland U, v WESTERfTcANADA At Calgary: Reglna-2'2, At Winnipeg: Saskmooh 2, Winni- peg rj. Moaso Jaw-EdmeaWB, rain, 4. ff t L. LEAGUE v ors., etf., liic hal being generally i'hiea'uxriniixt li.j (llie.l, A made fn l LEA "Iscc-lf-thu adjoining 'bnlldlRg'-'fornilsr-' I'- i i 1; ly used as ;ir. shop, could 3 !f. r gnt. an it Is now unoccuplutt. The J-' T.OIiO.vrO. July ujiopklal o' tfio Intcrnalioiinl f.cagnc follows: f-. j lialilmuro Toronto -M< ron j Iteadlijj; .Urney City Kochestyr Dallimore .Syracuse 1. Toronto 6. Akron 1. Jersey City Heading 3- Uuffiilo Koclietlcr, nifn. 1 'c.'c. KURT -1 11 as 20 1-osJ. 30 CS feel's Grantf Jid-summBP Sale V h'UNG MEN'S STYLE SUITS Hens oi llainUfoi CounU JTI, cgfri, or clif- i'H ngents. v.'lll- examine sill Ihc birds ;ind s allnoor layers will Wiled THe'stofc'tlial is pieced whei'c'niofci evcrybotiy pasecs onco'OT 3 twice day. Siiil nftcr sutt M Icayins; our C'arrius with it- the 9 -big cut In price wo dccld2d you should gel iluriug this rgmark.iblo i H inul pal.e. ,r i Regular 585.00 Suits. Cut Price Regular Suits. Cut Price Regular Suite. Cut Suits. Cut Price Regular' Suife. Cut Price I 'Regular ?55.QO Suits. Cut Price I Regular Suits. Cut Price Regular Suits. Cut Price ...Regular Suits. Cut Price 1 bus Hiib for. tho all teuin. who was hurl in last nlclU'n same, went to 1115 hospiUl this morn- (hg tt-illi n bad strain. Me ivns McHHng second he ivas hurt. 410 FIFTH STHEET' Louis Keel SHOP OF FASHION-CRAFT AND THE OLIVER 18 5TH STREET ;