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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBK1DGE DAILY H'ERALD TJILWSDAY. JULY 29, Hl2t t BRINGING UP FATHER By G< McManus COME RHKV IN' DOCTOR-MY vnu. ee HOME SHE CWT ae VERf ILL IF WE __ It) DOT- H.I M" AU. bftOKE "tHt PARLOR WHILE WOZ. OUT AN' I HIGH LIVING AT LOW COST We're quite sure you canool serve yourself finer food- (.ban vfo offer you hero dally and at our very reasonable prices. Theii, too. tbero Is the advantage aud comfort ol. belug attentKe- ty served lu a cool, pleasing en- vironment. Dine hero la ibo Bummer oucl give your a va- -cattou away from' thfe'hpt'slove, SILVERGRILL 0. E. MOORE, MGR.. Corner Fourth Ave. and Flflh St Saint George's Take C.P.R. Into Camp by 1-0 Ragged Game Decided By One Coal, Scored By Holberton For His First of the Season. Before a fair crowd last night at Adam's Fark tlio St. George's1 defeat- ed the bj- a score of one to nothing ID one of the raggiest games ot football seen played at Adam's j Park; In fact at no tima of the game did cither side show any sign of com- bination. It was all shoot, kick, ran, and trust to luck. The Saints slatt- ed with tan men and played, till ton goalie was in danger.- Wallis and Ncsblit, on the defense nlaycil fairly good. Davidbou for Hie C.H.K. play- ed Uie beat gumo for his side. K. Thompson and Uestvvicfc seemed to ba left out ot the game most ot the lime. Toe following Is ibe line-up St. Georga'c Erceie tt'allis Neebitt Westley Holberlon Pearson Jropklyn CofCey Lush Drapper Fauneu Cucbun A. Thompson McLuckle minutes: after halt time before they Bestwtck It- Thompson Davidson could rustle another player Thej smith Floremliuu Clayton Wilson .Mlluer Pareoos C.P.R. C.P.R. had flvo of their Intermediates I cut, and then some ot them put up a better game than the regulars. The C.P.K. won the toss and decid- ed to kick with the sun behind them and also" the advantage of the high ground. Dripper kicked off and the Saints at once started, to press Uio C.P.Il. Alter about fifteen minutes of see-saw play, on a pass from a free kick from Sid Wallis, Billy Holberton placed a nice kick right over the heads of them all which should hare been easily handled by Parsons had not his backs been playing so close in that ho did not ECO the bail till it was al- most in the goal. Then be ran and jumped but the.ball passed bis hands and under the bar for the only tally of the game. H was a well earn- ed goal for Holberton and it was his first this season. The rest of the first half .was more In the Saints' favor. fe-, Both Lush and Cotfey-.missed golden opportunities' lo only having the goalie to heal, but kicked by. McLuckie was given, a cas'ty ,tnmble in a fair charge for the ball nmt had to drop back to the half hack line, It. playing outside right for tho remainder ot the game.....j In' the the .play was more rugged than in the first and fo'ils were more frequent. It seem- cii ij. ttiough they were playing bask.-itall Instead ot football the way they were using their haiids and push- lug. The CP.iJ. was given a penalty on a corner kick. There seemed to be some doubt as who was going to lake it. They wanted McLuckio to take It but he refused, Milner taking It and striking the top ot the bar and putting the ball out' ot play. This was the only time, that the OPEN OLYMPIC STADIUM SOON July tbu main Olympic stadium and the swim- ming stadium will be opened to tho athletes .for training within a 'few days. The swimming stadium has just been completed and its formal open- ing will' take place Sunday with a competition by Belgian swimmers. The Olympic executive committee moved their headquarters from Brus- sels to Antwerp today. Entries in almost all events have now been 'closed but it is understood the list may be added, to because of: delay In'the niall service. England and the United Stales will be represented in all. the, swimming Australia win take part of th'e'm; while" South.Africa Ii listed for participa- tion in several of the events, Includ< Ing those tor women.-: Canada contestant, John .Vancouver, for the de- cathelon. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Bankers Pull Game From Fire Coming From Behind to Win NATIONAL LEAGUE Won. yo 19 Lost, it) N'ew Vurb Jhluago SI. Uras Philadelphia 45 36 3G P.O. .679 .557 .523 .inn .501) .ITS .43S FRAGMENTS' LINEUP Kraaiuonls from France lineup on Friday July 30th, 1320, at Adams Park, against St. George's, will be as follows: Mcllrena KanP Anderson Dunlop. Ltnning Shaw Knoi Allan Chapman Davies H. Llnning Robins Blank Chimpi BROOKLYN, July hit Cincinnati pitchers hard today and ivon, J lo 0. Score: H. H. .B. Clnelnnali I) 6 2 Brooklyn.............; B IS 1 Kins. Bressler, Lowe and Wlng'o; Grimes and Miller. Broke Even PiilLADEM'lllA, July loc- als and IMUsturg divided a double- header today, PIHsburg taking Ihe first one, 6 to 3, and losing the second, 5 to 4. First game: R. H. E Pittsburg.............. '69 I Philadelphia ........'3 6 2 Cooper and Haeffner; Smith ami Wheat. Seeded gaine: R. H. B Pittsburg 1 14 Philadelphia.......... 5 10 Adams, Blake and Haeftner, Lee; Causey, Gallia and Trajfessor. 'i An Even Break BpSTOK, and Chi divided a douolcrheader today Joston taking the S to 4 and loa- ng.the second 8 to 2. First gams: H. H. Chicago 4 9 Boston....., 8 S Vaughn, j :-gtr, and Kiili r; CaKhgi-r and Go-jiy. Secortl game: E Ctfcojo S li Bostoa............... 2 10 Vaughn and Daly; Scott and O'Neill. Giants In 14th NEW TOIUC, July Yor won a H inning game from St. Loul today, 6 tq 5. Score: R. H. P St, Louis o 17 New York C 13 Schupp, Goodwin, Shenjel Clemens; Douglas, Benton, Toney an Snyder. On oldjriend murjvrm DNALD'S BRITISH CONSOLS containino RETREADING Get. your nest lire rotrca'tcil by us. are exper; lire men. We Are Also Expcrll In Sec tioni! Work, Broken Beads, tic. ire here to give service. Sps. clil orders, Express paid one way, Lcth- Leading Relrcadcrt, Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, Lethbridge. LETHBRIOQE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN, Macleod. AMERICAN LEAGUE 0- Game Goes to League Leaders G.'s Won on Hilling liul Threw H Away on Errors. LEAGUE W. L. Tct. Bankers.......... 9 1 KutiiriunB 7 5 ,083 Miners 6 5 .515 U. C.'B.......... 2 10 .107 NEXT Thursday t 6.45 at Adams I'ark. Miners vs tlie tolariaus. FRIDAY vs Itot- rlaas al Eckstonn Park at Thrills galore, and the kind of game hat will bring out the fans, were serv- ed up to the biggest crowd! of the city eagco season at ?Jckstorm Park.last Bankers won' from tlie dumped one at Furlong which, he' threw to O'Couuor, catching Jackson who vas forced at the and O'Connor completed tho double to j first. Damon was put In 83 pinch hitter hut he struck at three wid'e dnes and the game was over. Bankers lied the game up in the seventh when Lewis passed Schweit- zer: who scored on Evans double which'P. iiurns misjudged badly in icll. Then lu the eighth 'Furlong hil saft'ly, was sacrlflced to second, by McLean, jfcKfllop sent a hot one to ijmUu which he scoring Fur- long. Scliwcitzer dumped un easy one to Lewis who threw it away try- Ing to catch McKlllop nt third and Kiltie scored; putting tliojeiciie lead- ers two up. It was a. llirllllag game for the crowd which was pulllug hard for the Clubs to win in order that the chances'of the Uankers winning the league might rest-on Ihe postponed games. There Is still a chance They didn't deserve to win on either .the" Mlucrs or the' Tiotes to vertake the leaders games and tomorrow tell the ale. BOX SCORE Cleveland New York Chicago Washington St. Louis Boston..... Detroit Philadelphia Won. 6? 40 33 Lost; 44 47 45 57 07 Vet. .039 .021 ,191 .478 .119 .300 .257 Leaders Trounce Rtd Sox CLEVELAND, July Cleveland defeated Boston, S to 0, today. Score: n. H. B. noston o C 1 Cleveland 8 12 0 .heir hitting. ;Thoy were outb.lt 10 .0 T. Tho C.C.'s earned four runs to .o league leader's two: But the lead- won because they gave'their pitcher support. With tho cx- of one innings when Furlong up temporarily and a couple of lobbies were sieged behind him the Bankers played a Holding game which won "for. them.- And .now they are within one game ot: the flag.- If they beat tho Kolariaris on Friday night at Eckstoruii Park. Ihe 'league will'practically be .over.' 1C the R6tes will tho Bankers to play to the last illtch to clinch.the flag. .The Rotes play the Miners, tonight at Adams Park. If they.can pull out win thoy will' go into Friday night's game determined to iriake the Hank- ers to the to.pln. and (inuld be Iho crowd o'f the eea- son tor the event, i i J; Kwnedy had "corralled, a bunch of .ball'tasters' froriuTaber to the Rockies for last night's fray. Coal dale unles were conspicuous in tlu picture. He did everything possible to win hut failed. Too ninny errors tells the story. The C.C.'s hart thn game won in Iho fifth when eleven men faced Furlong In tlie' third Smith of tho C.C.'a had poled cut a four play swat to left, bul when the Clubs went" to bat In" the fifth the score was? 7 to 1 agalnsl them. They laid on the hickory, and before tho Emokc cleared away'soven runs' had crossed tho pan and the Clubs were leading eight to seven Then Furlong steadied down antl blanked the picked crew for tho re malnder of the gomev good support aiding him at every turn. Ths Bankerl'Eot twi) ensy ones in the'flrst on Schweitzer's walk, Stone's single and a "throw to third which go pas! Burns. They added two in the third after Smith had hit his home for the Clubs. Tliomns hit a three bagger along yriril base line ant Schvwitzer dumped down an easy on, whtah Jackson threw away. Hhcwejt zer scored on an error by Snow short. In the fourln the Clubs wcr C.C.'s- Burns. H ,lvingston, 1-b ackeou, p, 3-b Inow? es. If Lund, If fitting, ;c ,ewis, y-b', ss; p lurna, cf Turcotte, rf Smith, c. 2-b Harper, Karr and Walters', Bagby jand O'Neill. Clcotte Unfathomable 1 CHICAGO, July held i Philadelphia to tlireo bits today aud Chicago won, 3 to 0. Score: H. H. rhlladelpliia li a Chicago............... a (i Harris, Kecfcr and Perkins; Cicotlo and Schalk. j Oetrelt Wins July hard urn! often, Uctroll won from Waaliing- Ion, 6 lo 4. Score: n. II. E. WiiEhhiBtoil 4 10 0 'Detroit................ 6 11 1 Schiichl, Acosla and Oharrlly; .F.hmke and Slanogc. New York Shut Out ST. LOUIS, July 2S.-SI. shut out York today, 1 to C. Score: E. j Now York o S 0 Kt. Louis 7 KhawKoy and Uucl; Sliockor and Scveroid. Below Are a Few of the Bargainsat Keslers Stock Reducing Sale Collars, 3 50c Panama and Straw Hats. 1-3 Off the Regular Price, 35c now 4 pair for Shirts for. Collar to Match! 25 per cent. Off Alf Suits Except Blue Serge ._ 20 per cent Off All Odd trousers. BERT. KESTEIVS MEN'S SHOP. HOMB OF.20TH CENTURY CLOTHING HOTEL BLOCK. ON-THE CORNER. AB ft H PO A B 1 1. 1 10 i i 0' 0 1 0 0 0 2 1, 3 .2 1 40 8 10 y 11 7 'Noble batted for Burns-te the Sib, ;chweilzer, If 31imie, 1-b Stone, ss 2-b 3'Connor, c Furlong, p McLean, cf......2 McKillop, ri Thomns, 3-b I'O A B 1-1-0 0 10 2 1 I 0 10 0 0' 2 St. 10 7 27 15 4 Score by R. If. E C.C.'s......001 070 10 7 Uankers ...202 300 7 .4 run. Smith; three base bits, Thomas, Schweitzer'; two base hits, Burns, Evans; stolen bases P. Burns, Whitting, Schweitzer Evans, McLean; struck out by Jack sou 5, by Lewis 2. by Furlong S; bases ou balls off Jackson 1, off Lewis 1, off Furlong 1; hit by pitcher, Smith by Furlong; double plays, Fur- long to. O'Connor to Cllmle; sacrifice hits, McLean 2; sacrifice fly Lewis; j earned runs, Hankers ,2, C.C.'s 4; 7 runs and 6 hits off Jackson in four innings, three runs and two Hits oft Lewis In four Innings, charge detent to Lewis; Umpire Wray. INTERNATIONAL TOIlpNTO, July following s'the unQfficial'stamiing of. national League to .Won. Lost. .Pet. Baltimore ?2 ..650 35 .649 TorpnloV 61; 35 '.635 all Reading ..47 .485 37 57 -JM Rochester K w .MS .TL .228 Rochester I, Toronto 3. Jerwf'Cily 4; Syracuse 0 Barauore 7, Reading i' Akron .WESTERN CAN ADA At Saskatoon: Calgary 1, Saska- toon L'.- At Jaw 0, "Win- nipeg 1. At H'egtaa: Edmonton .Or Regina X. WYCL'IFFE WON IN THE EIGHTH, (FiDm Our Own CorrvSAondcnu FERNFt, 'uiv 23 W j cliffc bal! team.came again last Stinduy and played a -very.'oveu game v.-ith tho Fcrnie boys.- Up to the'eighth'In'nlnss the tally-stood two to.-one in favor of Kernle; hut the.WycliSe boys piled up; three runs' In" thelr'hart of this nlugs-'and prevented rlhe Fcrhic play- ers Bc'crlng dgain In tto ;and Coiton, fui Fernie and Thomson for 410: FIFTH STKEET blanked. Kiirlonj! iill a -safety. Me Leon laid down a pretty sacrifice am was out at first, advancing the run- ners. Then Oeorge McKlllop hit a tlmoly Wnglc which scored Iho. run- ners, and himself home on a three base uinglo' by :Harvey i Schweitzer. Then came Hie glorious fil'lh when thn fnna nciirly went wild find the chances of Ihe Bankers seemed to dis- appear. LOM-IS, flrat up' singled. Burna mil a nice one over llrot which wenl for two bags mid Lewis scored. Iiurns tried lo slrclch It Into'a .three taggar an.! was caught at third for tho first out. F-urlonj was wobbly for I a mlnnle and passed Turcotto, Ihen hit Smllh. p. Burns singled, Living- ston followed bull. I-Ivons nnd.Climie mussed up an easy one off Jackson's bat, niul Snow put down one to Slonc whfcli ho jiiKKled.. Whltllng hll n hard slnglo and six runs had crossed the pan, tlolnic tho score. Thou Lewis, halting Ihe rcccmd lime In the In- nings (low lo McLean aud Snow scor- PACIFIC COAST Angeles S. KeatHe !i. r.-nncnlo 1. OaKlnnil I Uiko I. Vcrnon 0. I-'renclsco Portland AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 7. St. Paul 5. Columbus 0-7, .Minneapolis 2-0. Toledo (i. Kansas 01 ty 2. Iiidlr.naiiolla 1, MUwjukco 7. ed on tho sacrifice fly. This put Uio Clubs ono lo Iho good. Hurjis struck out for Iho third man down. From (then on ihn riuljs didn't smell tho iian ithuiiRli I threatened in tt.e ucventli I niul nlnllt. In tho scvuplh Biiappy In- Held piny cut down wlih mniicra on rocond and Ihlrd. In the ninth -tho crowd on Its (oca pulling for Iho j Clubs to win, Jiickssnn was on j through an error. Snow connected wilh one for a jafo hit. Whltllug pul one to Snow which ho fumbled and Ihe sacliB were full. Tho Clubs were Iwo down iit iho lime and wilh the sacks populated It looked as If (lie Dankeri were going to nvlalo and thisw Hie gamo awny. JJiil BOW ISLAND LOST AT BUROETt CELEBRATION (From Our UOW ISLAND, a number of Uow p'nople1 veiic lo Uurdclt tin Monday'to see "the oero- planc. Bow Island Vies wont lo JDurdctl to nlay baseball with: the team be- longing to tlint town'. This time Ihe Vies wcro not .-victorious, NIGHT SERVICE The Lethbridge Motors.Ltd .PHONE1454 11TH STREET SOUTH If you require your Car to be in a dependable ;shape for youi1 Summer Trip, our Night Man will prepare it for you to your entire satisfaction.' GREASING, WASHING, TIRES, BATTERIES, ETC. CAR READY ANY HOUR' 0., July Klilmno ot champion fea- therweight ho.xer, won the newspaper decision ovor Artlo Root of Clftvcfaml in a 10-rouncl bout Ara'crfcan league pnrk hero last night. Xorway has omploycii Swedish ex- ports lo direct the work of ullllzhig' its great poat deposits for fuel. eel's Grand Mid-summer Sale THELASTTWODAYS j EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES IN FINE SHIRTS At prices that should effect the quickest clearing. This Is a ofWr nil "pep" from start to finish. At these tul prlijcs you cnn nfford to slock up for tlio'neit sit or 'Mwulvo months, for according to market reports you'll bo paying twice as In the near future. f.- 4 tf tf fj MUST TREAT JOHNSON LIKE PRISONER, MOT GUEST CHICAGO. -.Inly g .lohnson, negro pugillat, Q reinrjvcd from ihe county Jail 11 Jidlcl yCKlcrday trims- i i ffrrcd to tho Jail at Oeneva follnwlnx reporls lhal ho had Ijocn tsben ont riding ycstcr- diiy by Sheriff Ncwklrk of JO' lict, District Attorney Clync or- -J dored tho romovat and notified the sheriff at Oenovii that ho -I- wanted Johnson "trcnled like a prisoner, and hot like a Hotel -I- guest." f. "ARROW" FINE DRESS SHIRTS KcKtiTar S-'.Oii and J2.25. Cut Price Cut I'rlco KeRiiItir J3.00 and 43.30. Cut I'rlco Regular anil J5.00. Cut Prico llosular SWO and JS.Sfj. Cut Prlco JMO. Cul I'rlco MEN'S SILK SHIRTS In White, I'onscc niul Fancy Stripes. ?9.0V and f 10.00. Cul Price Louis Keel SHOP OF FASHION-CRAFT AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER Bl.OCK-318 5TH STREET ;