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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETUBR1DGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUtY BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus OUT WITH HIR.- IV NrfELX. MAKE TO THE f PtlOR HOUSE? HIGH LIVING AT LOW COST We're quite yen cannot serve yourself finer food we otter you here dally and at our very reasonable Thea. too, there is the advantage tat comfort of Being attentive- ly served in a cool, pleasing en- vironment. Dine here in the sum.-uer and give your wife cation away f store. SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, (ilGR.''" Corner Fourth Aye. and Fifth St. BASEBALL C. C.'s vs..Bankers TONIGHT FOOTBALL St. George's Lack of Training of Crew Caused Shamrock's Fall CANADIAN FIGURES AT THE BIG YACHT RACES V U ,0'liv Jjl> Canadian A. To- roulo, this morning gave tho Canadian J'ross tUc following slatument on the foitdiicHug race of the series for the America's cup in which the Hesolute- ilefcuted Sir Thomas Upton's Sham- iork 1 Vos jertl ay's race was a great disap- pointment lo the Shamrock's support- ers. After making a beautiful start. siie sailed lo witnhvard as she had never sailed before, not only footing raster holding as good a yjud ns JEcsplme.'. After a few miles Hesoliiie ?.bout 'to change her luct and Sha'niYocK kejil right cm in. plate, of kceultii and betvrceii her, rival arid the weather. Thus1 in this way they scon got miles apart and in [dtcult breezes so that when they cams together again Shamrock had lost a lot of .her well-en mcd lead and had widened distance to windward. Then she ran into a soft spot and went right to the front, rounding-the weather .mark four min- utes ahead. "In-the'run down the wind, Sham- rock .sailed miles farther than Reso- lute! During the series It must be said Shamrock was net sailed true to form and her performance varied ex- tremely. loading many persons to be- lieve that with, more time-spent In (raining; Burton would have done much belter with her. Lack of train- ing1 aiid tuning Is largely responsible (or her-defeat." Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE celebrated their return home today by defeating Sc; Louis, S to 1. Score: H. H. E. St. LOUIE 1 CO New York 8 3 2 Haynes and demons; Barnes and tSmith.- llrooklyn flncinnHti I'Eltsburg Chicago N'evi' York Si; Louis If os ton Philadelphia Won. Lost, P.C. 54 -15 .574 4? .303 IT, 41 .523 4T. 47 Cleveland 61 32 .656 New- York 62 Chicago 57 Washington'...'-... 43 St. Louis 42 3oston-......-. 40 Detroit.......... 31 Philadelphia 27 Jl 1! 36 35 47 45 02 .500 .500 .484 .14 .J02 Easy for Cubs ItOSTONs .I-uly was in- effective toilay and Chicago had little trouble winning, 10 to 2. 'Score: R. If. E. Chicago'... 10 16 2 Uoston 2 71 Tyler and Daly; Killtngini and CTiNefll. Chatnps Beat Leaders HIIOOKLYN'. .July opened'its series'-with Brooklyn here toilay by winning, S to 3. Score: K. II. B. S 11 1 lirooklyn................ 3 11 C Heulher and Allen; Marquard, Mam- niaux and Blliott. Phllliet. Helpless PHIIjADBLPfllA.- July flelpbia was lielpiess before Hamilton today, getting only and los ing. 7 to 1. Score: jj. M.'K. J'ittsbUrg............... 7 81 ThlJadelpbia........... 1 ilaniiiton and HaelTuer; Mcarto Gallla anil Tragressor. Giants Celebrate .York AMERICAN LEAGUE Won, .Pet. 34 36 4' 48 67 66 .646 .613 .EOO .472 .455 .352 .280 Faber Effective DETROIT, July Excellent pitch- ng' by Faber' won for Chicago in to- day's game with Detroit, 3 to 1. Score: R. H. E. Chicago 3 7 1 Detroit 1 5 o Faber and Schalk; 'Leonard antl Wqodall. Divide Double-Header CLEVELAND, July Cleveland and Washington divided today's dou- ble-header, 5 to 4 and 19 to 6. First game: H. ]4. J5. Washington' "4 12 3 Cleveland 5 5 o Courtney and Gharrity; Mot ton. and O'Neill. Second -ganie: Washington Cleveland Erickson and.' Gharrity, Pldnleb; C'aldwell. Faeth, Myers and O'Neil, Nunamakcr. (No others scheduled.) rt. if, jj. 19 32 0 5 11 4 ASSOCIATION Colninrins 2, .Minneapolis 7. Indianapolis. 3. Cily9. .Louisville 3, St. Paul 5. The Manitoba riovcrnmenl has been advised Hint there will of sugar for the canning season. WESTERN CANADA j At Winnipeg: Moose.Jaw 3, Win-j uipeg 4. r At Rcgiua: Edmonton 3. llegina 2 At Saskatoon: Calgary 0, Saska toon 3. EASY FOR BLAIRMORE CAMP Sptmi your vacation tills summer In Hie wonderful ME oultfocua of Wtslfrn Can-Ida i Airr "ic LtHlXC._______ I-akf Is lhi> warmest water moiiotam lake in Hritigfi 'fhfl grandest of ac.e.nery. Knd- sl'ort, pleasure and (lolf, riding, motoring. climbing, rlanciiis! cabin accommodation with every modern "fm- PACIFIC COAST Sacramento Oakland Salt Lake 1, Vcrnon Si San ?'ranclsco z. Po'ttlaml (Only three gamna srherhilcd.) INTERNATIONAL nochestei- Toronto 7. Jersey City Syr.i.uEe. 3. Buffalo 1, Akron 1. 7, Itfadiug S'. v Bl.AIH.MOHB, July lilairraorc football team gave a j good account of'themselves-at Hiilcrest un Saturday In one of the fastest games ot the season. The score was four to nil in favor of Dlalrmore. fj .J. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET MONTREAL, .July playing their opponents in the op- 1 ening period of ihe'fjrBt ;gamc of a home and'home scries in the semi-final of the Cbnnaught cup competition, C. P. R., winners'of the Quebec division, defeated Westinghouse of Hamilton, win-'- ners of the Ontario division, by 2 to 1 last evening and .will start the second gam: with a one goal western rivals. TREMENDOUS SAVINGS IN HIGH-CLAiSS MEN'SSUITS AT HESTER'S STQeK-REDUC- INCSALE Glance over and take ad- vantage ot them Jleg. 130.00 for Her. for Keg. ?45.50 for Reg.'MT.oO Keg. jao.oo'for Reg. JS5.00 (or ___.......'...... Rue. J57.EO Jor Reg. <6p.OO for Reg.' 162.50 for .Y..' tit.K lies. for Reff. 567.50 for Heg. {70.00-for neg. {72.50 for .Reg. ?75.00 for. ......___...... Nearly everything in the .store reduced .X BERTKESTER'S I MEN'S SHOP." 1 BOMB OF 20TH CENTURY CLOTHING ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER ANTWERP i.itj. July TOUR is ARRANGED marksmen on- in competition1 with the pick of the sharpshooters o'f otht-r Jla-i in tin.- Olymiiic tnrget T-ONDON-. June 27. soc'lnlcil Press) Ttii- foll.nviri cricket I cam will tour Anstrail.-i: Sjwionpr Jlnkcpcracn am wllilh oponeil toilay at Camn i Uevcrloo, about so miles from Anl- IRON SHUTTERS CAUSE .PANICS shutters hove jirohahly caused more riots. niHss.-icrps and pogroms in the Levant than political agitatorn. All shops In an pnca sops n the Near Kast nrryjirovldcd Amalgamation Completed at Session An' time Yet 'Represented CALGAin Julj Itepresenting Organized'tcachera in the foiir western -provinces' and. Ontario. Canadian federation" was brougnt into "being _il_ a meeting 'n tho public Calgarv yesterday attended'bv delegates from each ot the five provinces. The federatio'if Tviillitbrin one of the roost iiowerfur.professionnl organiza- tions in-trie-Dominion; and in the western provinces be able to -iK for an overwhelmingly large majority of the teachers employed. In Albertu 2000 of oOO teaohera In the emplo) of the- various school boards ard members of the alliance, In British .CalumtifrlLTOO teachers in a total of 2 500 are organized in Manitoba 2000 organised teachers In i total ot Saskatchewan 800 in a in Ontario 8000 In a total at The pro vision that all five provinces wil act together of tlie most important cpnstitutlon The al lances in Till tho 'provinces are rapid I) increasing thel membership and it i intlcipated in theSiear future prac- tically all teachers .will be enrolled The Maritime'Provinces fl hllo the maritime irovlnces are pon3. In addition (o Hie- Canadian- (win the folloiving nations 'were rcglslerorl j. GORDON, TICKET AGENT DENY ANV "ATTACK i ._____ j I'rrjinpl have met the cha'rgo! ri''a- Ilnlgiiitn, thn United States, r made al the Or.r.igc celebration Donmnrk, Kpain. Klnland. IIol- the Kxhlbilivn grounds in Toronto, j 'anil, llnly. Nnrnny. Porlngaj, Sweden, by T. II. IVrsusnn. K, that's plot! Switzerland and Czecho-Slovakbi, I was.on fool itoniau' f'alholics to The events wil! continue until Al gain control nf ihc' Independent Or- "Kt I tlrr of Ihn of ihb Empire, Mrt. .A. W. II, of Montreal, who nrg.inlzcrl In (Jnchpc 42 Chaplorn of thn orrlcr, In which i-'rench and I Knglhh are working together in ilift' Interests of Ihc I. 0. II. K.. ,1ml who liy Mr. Ferguson, said. when inlfirvlcweil by The Globe Icrilay. that while she greatly regret- ted tbat there should be any further pnbll'-ity of the controversy, which she never ilia- ih Diihtlc nor for pnblli PIIONH 6i? ,1, llfj uiyn, she felt rjliilgeil to correct ihr- stato- mcnt of .Mr. T. It. Ferguson "that she itifi hvJ retnrned to Uoodcrhcim. ck" lo compete: Urcat ilrilaln, Sntith 'Af liclgiHni, ihn United States. DEMPS'EY WIL'L'FIGHT MISKE CHICAGO, July 27 Jack Demp- sey, heavyweight champion, was matched today to meet Billy Wske of St. Paul in a 10 round heavyweight championship .meet at Benton Harbor, Mich., on Labor Day, During tho season Just closed .17 oranges were picked from ll'irf.e trees in a grove jicar Miami, Kla. One tree 17 years old hore orangei, an otor and a third, not at present Included' in'the tedera tion It IB possible that steps mar be taken to secure the co-operation of the organizations ot these provinces while considerable support lor the al llance movement has also been receiy ed In Quebec The Association Organized Harry Charleswortb of Victoria general organuine secretary ot the B C teachers' federation, was elect ed president, H W Hnntley, presi dent of the Manitoba (eacheri tion was chosen as vice president and Miss Arbijthnot, ot Toronto, sec retary treasurer The executrro coun ot the Canadian TeacherV Federa tion Mill consist of not lets tntn one and jot. more than three delegates from each of the provinces, eacji province harms a single rote Tha first council will consist'of tho dele- gates now in attendance gt the' c'on- fe.rence. 410 FIFTH'STREET BIG PURSES FOR 0 J C ,FALL MEE- lORONTO, July aggro gating oOO mil be ehen bj tho Ontario Jockey Club in Its seveh-day fall race meeting here.'.This la tlie largest amount of offered .by .any Jockey club in'Canada'..'The races will-hegin on 25 and run. to October 2. Owing to scarcity of sugar in A'm- erica large nnd Java, crop are being exported to the United Slates by the Japanese re- firing concerns cintlcr that the pwhllc hecomea panicky and rushes iihout trying to discover the cause of the fliirry. ------------FT-OOIIARS llstheTOOKEHOOHthnl Keel's Grand Mid-summer Sale DONT MISS IT.'JHE LAST FEW-DAYS, NEXT SATURDAY-THIS REMARKABLE SALE ABSOLUTELY COMES TO AN END Easy Walking Shoes for Men at Cut Kasy shoes arc a wear use the utmost yoiir.fect. AVc have many style! llegular. ftC Price 1 VtUD Itegnlar J16.8o..'.Cnt I'tlce FLdRSHEiri SHOE Ucgular and Cut.J'rtco Black or White. Regular ?2.25 arid (1C J3.50. Cut Price Regular Cut Price vLtt Messing to every pair of feet that care In suggesting tho right shoa for i and shapes folkiwtns cut WORK SHOES Regular Cut IJrice Regular Cut Trice Regular Cut Price Keciilar 3S.CO. Cut Price licgular J3.5D. Cut Price Regular Cnl Price Louis Keel SHOP OF FASHION-CRAFT AND T, THE FLORSHEIM SHOE 'i; OLIVER 5TH STREET 17 ;