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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEJRAW? TUESDAY. JULY 27, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus I KATE TO CO HOME AN' TO CHEW THE OUR HOME- Ljrc VUT. LIKE OYJHER PEOPLED HO NICE rut-1' 6Y COLLV I I WELL S HIGH LIVING AT LOW COST quite sure you cannot serve yourself [luer food than we offer you here daily and at our very reasonable priceo. Then. too. there Is'the advautage- und comfort of beiue attentive- ly served !n a cool, pleasing en- vlronmenl. Dine here in the sumuieV" aud glva your wife a va- cation away from the hot SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, MCSR. Corner Fourth-Ave. and Filth St. North Lethbridge Roll Up Big Score Against Miners; Five to One BASEBALL Major Minors Ttnnatlt IVPSe For was forced lo limp considerably. Earl Goals-Miners .Had Bjsst of Plav During fr'irst [not in bis element at any lime durius Half -mil Put on 'tot', 'lhe Bamc- Lowe. White- j Mail ana tut BIIKJ, on ailll E_ wnieits ployed most of! By Getting First Store, v llbe same for the Miners, but during' r llbe second half E. Wllletls did not [Cleveland [have iuiich lo do. Archie Campbell. York playing football than j pia5-jBg on the half back Mne'greaUy 'Chicago Desisted his fonvurds. 1 Washington Following are the plnyers: SL Louis Mfners j Hosldn 1 Peacock 1 Detroit Siimner McXab Philadelphia A.-Campbell'D. Campbell N. Willsts Results and League. Standings. AMERICAN'LEAGUE Wou. Lost. Pet Good Chance For a Real Battle in City Baseball League Miners Make Things Interesting his second three uagger, and Huff By Defeatine League Leading put llis single on ice. An error land.a wild throw let three across. thev huve put up for sometime tbe fell before lhe N'orth Lctb- bridge United football team at Adams Park.last, night by a score of five lo one. The score at (ho end of the first timings was one to nothing "i.'j N.L.lf. fumbled the ball.- During the first half.the N'ortb Leth- J bridge boys were exceedingly off.their j game. were notr playing up toi llieir usual form by any means aud j the Miners uncorked u better brand of] combination than .has been customary witbitheni, Their forward line work -36 4J 42 40 31 37 31 34 36 4: 47 4S 55 Gt, .051) .646 .009 .500 .475 .455 .315 'l Gurr Appleby Tennant A. Earl 'Tbomiison i'. Mutton VtiMug Lakie t..' Harrlso'i w. Karl N L. U. cd R great deal, better during the first naif The milk of the play was. on the North Lethbrldge territory but at lhat blues missed many good shots ou They were not alons in this. With- in'the-first fifteen mimrtes of the play tbe Miners had opportunities at open goals and failed to take advantage of{ Rankers Last storm Park. Night at Eck- White Sox Win DETROIT, July Collins' sin- gle ia the 10th, assisted bjr Ayres' error, won tbe opening .game of the, series with Detroit for'Chlcago G to 4.1 -Si-ore: n: Chicago r, 13 o Detroit 4 S 3 Kerr and Scbalk; Dauss, Ay tea and SUnage. Ainsmitb. LEAGUE STANDING W. L. Pet. Bankers........S 4 .6CV Kolarians ..._..... 7 5 .5S3 G 5 .545 C. C''s -J ;i .1S2 NEXT Club vs. Bankers at Eckstorui Park, Wednes- day eTenius, Joly 2S. at C.SO. Hiem, tecminglv Ibrougb'iudtciskm on j he termed, a comedy of errors, the pail of tho man wilh lhe ball. I Tit cv gat a ira's a poor one, but those -who were there got two-bits worth of fun. Friday night should see a good crowd of fans. The Blues will have to play a different gams to last night's 1 if they intend to bold their position. Babe Gets Four Passes V .GAFF NEW YORK, July shut New York today.nine to nothing. jones passed stiven men, four times. Score: H. II.' E. 9 10 1 0 3, (J Collins, Thor- (By Here we are again. Last night's game could properly Andy Tetinaiit was playing centre for- ward for the blues and was unable to .keep' the ball low in Die lirsl half but iu -the second half he marie up for lost time and ?cured three of tho flvo goals For his team. the highest score regist- -Old Bill must have taken an over- find In .rlcnsue game this season, iu- dose of appleJneclar. Give us another J3 'jvu une-sidednees was con- Bill..-'. Tliii onil of the game was as i The leagu'o, stands just the saina ninth lhe Rrst .is daylight and i and bi a grand finale if the 'iJrkno4i and a, great disappoint- i lleAs bave a night off and blow a. uient to the .small crowd of fans. The igame. Miiier? were nimble to come througii We are pleased to hear that Boston New York Jones and Walters; mattien. O'Doul, McGraw and Ruel. (Only two LEAGUE Brooklyn Cincinnati Pittsburg dhicago tfew York St. Louis Boston Philadelphia Won, 54 48- 44 43 44 36 35 33 38 41 47' 44 46 44 El P.O. .531 .558 i .515 .493 .494 -.489 .450 fc work En the man is getting back in shape, also second half and the blues were more [notice Albert 'Gurr is rapidly recover- their toes, ling.- __... Nonnaij Garr evened the score for j The benefit game turned out very! got an even break in the two-game Hie blues by ma-iing a nico shot past well as .regards finances. series with Pittsburg -by winning to- Andy Ttnnart followed wilh I At the present .rate of knockouts Leaders Win July more gems :md then Baldy Earl .jut into the swim nnd Andy finished the scoring aboiit two 'minutes before Dili Hojbeiion hleiv tbo final whistle. much can be said about the playing of tile indMduais as the brand was uni as good .is the put.up oirmany other oc- casions Apnleoy was handicapped rrejlly by inliii-pij nnldgs and oltnn WILLS KAYOES Flit-TON NEWARK. N. J., July Harry Wills, ni'sro heavy- 1 weight, knocked out Krod Full- on In Ihs third round ot a .scheduled 12 round bout here tonight. there will be a benefit game sverv othoj night. Have you beard of the new use for grasshoppers. (Science is The first, fan lo. tell me that the Elliott Reds harp .the league cinched will leani of tbo new discovery, the eastern end o' tho Southern Al- ALF. day 6 to 4. Score: R. H. El Pittsburg i............ 4 10 1 6 11 i Carlson and-Haeffner; PfeSer -and (Only ona scheduled.) AIM TO PLACE ALL GREENLAND UNDER DANES auempt to reach .Vorth Point thus Complete the Danish exploration of North Greenland will be made by Lange Koch, .the young TJanish scientist and Polar explorer, this summer. The aim of bis expedition, which is expected to last about two years, aside from scientific purposes; Is to secn-e Danish sovereignly of all Greenland. Gel. your next lire retrcatled ,ny us. We are expert tire men. We Are Alio Experts In Sec- tional Work, Broken Beads, etc. We are here to give service. Spe- cial tc orders. Express paid one way. Leth- brldgc's Leading Retreadtrs. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 CHAPLIN, Lethbriclgg. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 4. Louisville 7. (Only one WESTERN CANADA At toon 0. Calgary 5, Saska- At Jaw 10, Win- nipeg 5. At 4. Uegina 4. (Called at end of ninth, darkness.) INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE .Icrsey City, 7: Syracuse, 3. Baltimore, 7: Reading, 5. (Xo others scheduled I. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH AT MACLEOD B CHAPLIN. M.lcleorJ The Lethbridge Motors, Ltd PHONE 1454 11TH STREET SOOTH If you require your Car tc be in a dependable shape for your Summer Trip, our Night Man will pvpepare it for you to .your entire satisfaction. GREASING, WASHING, TIRES, BATTERIES, ETC. CAR READY ANY HOUR Vardon and Ray Win From Hagen and Barnes NEW LONDON, July 27. Vardon and Edwar'd Ray, British golf stars, defeated Walt- er Hagen, open champion, and James Barnes, United States pro- fessional champion, one up in a 36-nole match on the Shenecoset Country club links here yesterday. A putt of more than 30 feet- by Vardon on the. last green won trte match. CIRCUS CAMELS FIGHT TO DEATH IN CITY STREET MUSKEGON, Mich. Several thousand womtn and children thrown into a panic when two camels 'ought jnlit one was klUerf during the Barned Crrous street parade here today. Specta- tors dashed for safety it lhe arii- fought wilh hoofs and teelh. Gfant Robertson, their trainer, was Ihrown from one of the ani- mals, and la In 3 hospital a broken leg and other Injuries. At- tendants attacked the animals with clubs, bus were unable lo stop the fight. luleresl ID the City League seuior baseball league took on a uew turn when the Black. Diamond boys walk- ed out aud clouted a ivin from under tbe league leaders' noses at Ecjitptor'm Park by a score of 10 10 7 in replete Kith thrills. ItitE, errqre aud everything clso tliat goes to make up a ball game in Ibis nerk ot the woods. The win ol the Miners iiuls them only nalt n game behind the Rolarians and a game and.a half behind the leaders. The leagne .a'ehednle ends officially next Friday night, when the Bankers and Rotarians' tangle at' Ectatonu Park; But after'that date there are a number of postponed matches to be played off. The Bankers play tiro more Barnes this wfrf sn tljat they will hare 'liro postponed games, to play. The Rotarians play two more and will bare three postponed g The Miners more aqd four postponed games to play. The C. C.'s play orie more this week and wilihave four postponed fixtures to uiake good.. The schedule for the re- mainder ol Ibis week 'foljowii: 'Wednesday Club vs. Bankers at Bclistorm Pirkl Thursday vs. Min- ers at.Adams Park. Friday va nqiar- iaiisat Eckslorm Park! The Columbus Club kas no chance to win baviug lost orer half the 16 sckeduled games already. But either tie Role3 or the Miners can'catch the Bankers. Of course those C. C-'s can make it mighty ancbmfortible'for any team in the league theTway they are. playiug now .and rhaA: anything! ia liable to happen. There5 was a-big out to last night's game and tomorrow night's flxtur.e is likely to donhle it up. If C.'s :win the Etotariaiis will be only'half a game behind'the leaders. Then on Thurs- day tlicra will bo a crucial gaino at Adams Park when tpc Sllners and Rotarians tangle in the fight to ace who will scrap it out with the Bank- ers. .Moat anything is'liable to hap- pen, and It would not be at all sur- prising If the schedule, IB decided by hte postponed games next week. .Monday night's gamoVas loo much Huff and Miners' bat- tery. Seaman struck out 17'of the Bankers, and though touched for K hits he set his opponents down in the pinched. Scrappy Huff brought his war club wilh him, and banged out four safe binjlos in tbe'chaso for Bert Keeter's suit in four trips to the plate. He hit in two runs, scored three him- self and pilfered second Sea- man and Huf! engineered- 29 out or 2? of the Miners' puiouts and it was well for them they did. for lhe rest of tlie team tried lo throw away eveVythlng behind them. The Miner; lait! on Stone for five hits and four runs In the Brsl. The Bankers kept plugging away and got them back in ihp Ihinl and fourtli but in Iheir half of Hie fourth J. and A. Seaman cracked the ball for a single ni'ii i triple which) wilh Zubach's hit put them two ahead -The Bankers added one In the fifth 'on Evans' double back of first and O'Connor's single. Tlie Miners got one in Iheir half on Huff's single and a couple of wild heares keeping them two ahead. Hotb were blanked iu (he 6th but in lhe seventh tbe Hanker? it up Slone. O'Connor and Thomas singling, sending two scores across lhe pan. j Tin Bankers thereupon came up for their half o( rhe sereuth and mil the j jame on Ice by scoring three, y.ubncli got his third single. Chumlek tore off After that the scoring was "nil. Fur-j ioiig relieved Stone in the Hfth bill the Coal Diggers, had Iheir batting! clothes on und got to him in the! seventh .ivhea they won the game. Tha loss should be charged to Stone. The'-Bankers lost because they couldn't bunch their hits while the Miners, won they did. The Bankers' fourteen swats were stretch- ed over every one of the nine Innings. The Miners hit safely only in thaTfivst, third, fourth, lifth aiid seventh. BOX SCORE Schweitzer. 2-b Furlong, rf. p Stone, p. ss Evans. ]-b O'Connor. McLean, cf Thomas, 3-b McKIHop, If Orr, Zubach. ss..... Vair, Ib....... Chumick, If, cf Huff, c........ Choluck. 2-b S. Seaman, .p J. Seaman. S-b Watson, cf A.-Seamanj If Baccdn, rf AB R H PO A E 1 43 7 14 24 ll fl AB II H PO A B .5 1 I) 4 11 40 4 i 3 10 J 18 in .0 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 E.ConomySAYS Apolo- gise We noticed several people walk out of our store on Saturday withput getting Availed on. We are vve disappointed on extra that promised us, and did not turn up The sale will last a few days Jonger and we can give you service now. J COME IN BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP. HOME OF 20T1! CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDPA HOTEL BLdCK. ON THE CORNER. 37.10 13 27' 4 Score -by "u; li. Bankers ..001 310 7 H 6 Mlijers ..400 2lO 18 6 base "hits, Ch'u- mlci 2, Schweitzer, A: base hits, bases Huff 3, Choluck, S. Seaman 2, J. Seaman 1, _Stone, O'Connor 3, Thom- as 3. MoKillou, Orri struck out by Seaman 17, 05- Stone 7, by Furlong.2; double plays, Stone to Schweitzer to Evans, Furhjnj to-Evans; Huff to Valf, earned runs, Miners s, Bankers 4; hit by pitcher by Seaijau McKil- lop; bases.on balla off Scamttu 1; loft on bases, Bankers 11, Jllnera-3- Urn- GOLF The fiuatisls for tho July Captain's prize are Dave and T. J. J. McDonnell being the winner In June. The preliminary round for tho .August competition In thla event lakes place on'Wednesday and Saturday of this week.' ,The slxleen best scores arc paired aud the playdown Is (lien knockout hole competitions. Present handicaps will govern but Llicre will be a .readjustment ol all handicaps effective August The new list will be posted in the well as the ne'w stroke card. The cpnipBtitior against bogey (Shepherd-Cup) brought out vpry playars. The heal, yaiMliooB. anil shorter likely lhe cause, It is. probable that this will be replayed allowing single rounds on separate to be cards are properly signed. 3. Sacrifice hits- Lund 2, Myers 1, Double-plays: Coaldale '2., Irrigation Team Wins Fifteenth Straight v, Game (From Our Own Correspondent) COALDALB, July good crcwd: cf baseball fans witnessed the dowrt-' fall of lhe Lethbridge tho irresistible Coaldale Braves. Xoble pitched his usual fine .game and the rest team'gave''jsplendid sup- >rt. Burns, pllcliing Bankers, was kngcHed out of, aitar Whlttlng and JlcCanii tiatteil out a 'three-liag- ger each. took the ujound, but could 'nol tho Coaldale heavy slug- dowir. Pete Lnvalley WOULDN'T.HEED KING EDWARD'S ADVICE KGMPTEX. Binana, July land's late Edward VII. onie tried to persuade Emperor Franz Joseph, qf Austria to break away from Germany, .says Qeneral. Conrad-Von Hoelzendorff, former comniander-at chief of Aus.trian Tho gen iSral dedartd in a. sneecli here the other day that tbe fidelity of Frauj Joseph to the German Austrian ance pas often questioned but, in spile of many teiaptatlons, ho ha.dyreinaiii ed faithful-to the pact. Iho gaimo :iud wan not as good us, ha generally in. Some claim It is owing to 'smoking ctgareltes while umpir- ing, and besides i'cle IB more used to R pipe. C'oaldalo boyn are fast into Bhapo to show the Jledlcino Hat champs a merry old The game Coaldalo was suprosed. to play at tho Hat on the 2Slh of July 1ms hcon post- poned to a laler'dale, owing to Iho crowded condition of lhe playground at the Hat, tho opening being not before the -7th of "August. Summary Earned Coaldale 6. Three- base hits: 1, WhUting 1. liases on balls: Off Diirns 3, off Noble "i. Struck otit: :By Noble 9, by'Burnn DEAD. CITIES OF :SIBERIA A despnteh to the Koku sal Agency from Harbin, quotes a Russian merchant 'jiist arrived theru from Siberia describing the situation there as' follows: "Tomsk, Xo'fo-Nlkolalevak and an Krasnoyarsk, formerly the richest cities of Siberia, now present the ap- pearance of dead.lowna. The streets are 'deserted, the shops cloned and vory.many of tie houses destroyed by fire. Jos; Martineau, for many years a resident of Clarence, and now'Clerk ot tho Police Court, Montreal, has' been.asked by several'of hlB'nussQil county frlende tp allow his name to be placed .in nomination for (he com- ing Federal elections in tho Inter- ests of thq United Farmers, 410 FIFTH STREET NEW GERMAN CHANCELLOR .MERLIN. -Couslanlfiie Vfhrcnoacli. the new chancellor German republic. Is n iiomw ratholir i'or of the C'-iilrii-st pitrlv. II? (i- Hi year? old. lie wp.? intended for lhe 'hurch and sindieil HI I'rij. versify, hut abandoned theology for established himself as ,111 attorney a( Freiburg where ho lichl several local public offices am! In 1303 was elecled tke Reichstag. CANADA WtNS SPECIAL TRAP TROPHY AT .ANTWERP AXTWEKP. July special cups offered by the Belgian commit- j'tee for the tnipsl.-ooters who did nnl win places in iht Olympic meet have been won by Canada and England. Olympic initials awarded lo Hie member? of the Unllerl States leimi this aftcrnuoii Tlte neiv.paper Ktolle1 Belgo. com- menting on the tfapsliodtlng loday: "The liiiciiiion has titeu nllribulcc) In Sweden In prnleal tha Americans. r-hiirdFcg tnoir shoolcrsare nol amaleurc, hut prolenslonals." This U not confirmed from any other source. 'rcau-cbld bloodedly walked up to the acting secretary yesterday and his dues for 1920, Tho shock was so great llial Hie' secrelary fainled but revived in time lo make out a receipt and thank Iho senile- man Horrible shock. A man wauls to be careful what hs pulls 'off In heat. It's bad enough' to go out and play golf 9 grquse about the long about the greens, or the are used i.i) from non, payfDz playere. Bui If you feel thai lhe ilmo has come when you should pay 'as well as up to ii committee are nol nt all used: lo thli-soh ol There Is an old worded card which says "If you can'l pay (ton'l some senile there are a number of golfers who need their eyes tested. Tho way read I S this card is "If you can'l play don't i a pay." ihey admit to ihcipsclves I Hut they Ciinnot play don't I pay. but they go out and try regular-IE ly enough anJ leave It to Iho rogular eiiys Iu llnance Xeeplns: up of tup's course, .lust wtiat wore wo tal'klnfj j 5 abunl-Oli yoitr 11 they pulrl. j I The course is lit ilrsl class the fairways huvr; pi) been freshly cull I 4 Keel's Grand Mid-summer Sale I ____ E D DONT MISS IT, THE LAST FEW SATURDAY THIS i REMARKABLE SALE ABSOLUTELY COMES TO AN END I Easy Walking Shoes for Men at Cut Prices Kasy v'ulhlng shoes are a Ulcselng lo ovcry pair of (cet lhat S wear them. We use the utmost care in suggesting the right shoe for your teci. We have many slylos and shapes at following cut prices: I