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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHBRIDGB.DAILY HERALIJ' JULY 30, 1020 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus _ OFFICE BOX iMD HIS DOCTOR. PHONED-----' ME WOQUON'T QE. OOVH TODA-f- DID TOO THAT 1 v.'CU.'TOU PIE THAT 1 COOKED OT6 'T' SERVICE yon'll mwt here. The sort of service that makes riiu ttmroui'olTlenJoy your food. Real Usty wholesome dishes, de- lightfully prepared and wired on clean uapary aud a real Eta- cere courteoiumets on the'part all Try 3, fou'il make it a SILVER GRILL C. E. MOPRE, MGR. Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth St BASEBALL Rotes vs. Bankers TONIGHT FOOTBALL Vets. vs. St. George's Rotes Trounce Miners; Bill MulhoIIand Put up Unbeatable Display Handcr Allows Only only 5i minutes, Ihc iastcsl came Two Allowed tlicj each Miners Their Only made i wo'lilts. Fraiick eot'iuc most Wheelers Ctwncc to hlt o[ >B Bankers For First Place in BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE i j Team Standing Cleveland New York Chicago Washington [St. Ixmts Boston j Detroit j Philadelphia CS Team Standing" Won. Lost. Tonight's Game at Eckstorm Park. Bankers Rolurians JllnerE C C S LEAGUE STANDING' w: i. D 4 .515 :500 .167 bV slammed one to right in oml after Gardiner had lilt, hcen sacrificed to second by Rldpalh, sent to third :uid Tamhor's single, both scoring on Frullck's blnsle. Tonight's gaiiio should be oac of those-that gel the fans up and com- jing. Kidralh is'here to heave Ihoiii over far tlie Rotes while either Stone I or Furlong- will serve up the lenders tho Hankers. He on deck. i Box Score Brooklyn Fittsbuig New York Chicago ___ St. Louis Boston Philadelphia NEXT GAME Tonight, ftiday sight at Eckstorm-Pari; at C.30, Hot- Brians vs. Banters. Jack Rube WaddelV Zubach, ss Vair, 1-h Chumjcfe, .'-Mi i Huff, c [Cbolucli, rf MulhoIIand 13. p AB R H PO A E out on the old hill at AdaniEJj. seaman, 3-b'1 Park last, night-to emulate the. 'C 'cf ous old Athletic pitcher at the ex-Uvatson.If tense of the Miners. For six inningc.JA. Seamnn, U: ho did ilr but ho decided' that the oc- i caslon was'cot tuapicioua so he would' dish up was a two hit af- fair, beating the hunky Coal Diggers MulhoIIand, v lour to one. It was the most finished Morrison. I-b rahihition of tlie pitching nrt essay- Hohwer, 2-u cd on a local lol this season and the Gardiner, c fane who braved Ihe shower and Ihe Ridpath, 3-b wind storm to see it were highly eili- fled wltlirllie pastiming dished up for Jackson, ct their particular benefit. Fraiick, if Incidentally .Ihe win puts Ihe Roles Parks, II just one gainc eveu behind the Bank- err, league leaders, and if the young- sters can cop tonight they will be roosting' right alongside the Shylocka disputing ilrEt place. Hence.there will some crowd tonisbl. 'i'here 'are a lol of lllingfi which could be told about last night's game. The main tiling Is thai it was play- 0 -1 I) 7 1 4 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 2 1 .0- 0 0 1 0-0 a o 1 0 0' 0 0 -0 1: 0 28 I '2 24 10 2 AB II H TO A E 1 .0 0 8 3 3 15 1 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 o- o 55 60 46 46 4S 44 38 .37 43 44 49 .49 46. P.O. .573 .562 .517 .511 .195 .473 .452 .411 Big Alex Beaten BOSTON, July lift Alex- ander hard today an-J .evened the series by winning from Chicago 6 to 2. Score: R. H. E. Chicago 271 Boston G 12 Alexander and Kllllfer; and O'Neill. Tigers and .Senators Split DETROIT, July 29. -Detroit and Washington .divided a double header loday, the Tlsltocs winning tho. first game which went il innings. 2 to 1. The secoad same, went to Celrnit 13 to 3. Score: Tl. H. E. Washington 2 7 0 Detroit 1 S 2 Shaw and Gbarrily; Oldrmm and Mannlon. Growing Popularity of Baseball in So-Caned Lean Year Bun- ishes Criticism Second garao: Detroit n. it. 3 11 .13 J4 B. Courtney acd Uhartily; Dauss and Stanage. Athletics Get Eyen Break CHICAGO, July iet Evea.Bre t; and Philadelphia header today, the locals.winning the to 2 and losing the second 12 In 10 innings: i First game: 51 4 0 'J7 13' 1 Score by R. H. B. Minern ..000 005 100-1 2 2 Hotarians v ...020 001 !l 1 base hits, Chu-' mick'; Ktolen baees. 1, Cnoluck 'i, iloliwer 2; sacrifice bit Ridpath; double plays A. Seaman to J. Sea- Champs Gaining 'July mado It "out of three, fronTBrook- bn''today 3 to 2. R. H. B. Cincinnati 3 S 2 Brooklyn 2 S 3 Luque and Wingd; tjadore and Jlfller.- Giants Corning Up NEW YORK, July York made it three straight from St. Louis today, winning 6 to 3. Score: R. H. E. St: Louis.............. 3 10 ,3 New York 6 17 1 Doak, Goodwin and Dilhoefer; Ncht and Smith. Philadelphia Chicago R. H. .24 4 II B. -.1 Jl .A Rommell and PcrRins; Williams and schaik.' i Second game: R. H. E. Philadelphia ..........12 18 i Chicago S 13 2 Perry, Naylor an'd'Perkins; Kerr, Wilkinson and Schaik? Indians Win in 9th CLEVELAND, July weakened in the ninth, and Cleveland Presidential years regarded as difficult years in a business way for rtcopln whose slock in trade is amuse- ments. .11 is axiomatic Trlth the amusement providers ths't one may.! just look tor-a fall-off ofj business as the men (of the th'catersj count on so much diniinbtlon_ in trade during the Lenten period, iri'ltos Ed. Lyons In the Denver .Times. Hero is thc_sunimcr season of prcs- idtntlal year well on, theaters tliat never hsvo kept open in tlie warm period ot other years.rcfu.slug to-close their deors, and'baseball, the national pastime ami amusement, setting up records that never before were dream'ed of as possible hy own- managers and players.. It must not be regarded as a flash In the pan. Rather. Is It a cane return to normal conditions. Days now arc here when.the man who makes capi- tal from nlsJahors goodly anarp how TAKE ADVANTAGE Of the prices at our STOCK REDUCING SALE it means many dollars taved for you. The highest quality that can be the lowest quality prices. We Must Reduce Our Stock We are tod busy to write a large ad. for this issue. KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP. 1IOMB OF 20TJ1 CENTURY CLOTHING. .J ALEXANDRA" HOTEL BLOCK. ON THE CORNER. man to Zubacli; Rohwer to Morhaion; bases on halls, off MulhoIIand 1; a positive guar- antee In style and service in what you buy. In these uncur- tain times It otlcn means a sure comeback ,if anything wrong. 'I 'Reg. (185.00 suits 'Cut-price Tleg. J75.00 Bulls I 'Cut price......... I -Reg. suits Cut price......... Reg. suit! I Cut price Res. ?60.00 snlls I _ I'M price......... Keg, f Cut prlct I Hcs. suits I Cut pries I Res. Bulls j Cut prke....... I Rec. ?35.00 suits Cut price C3.75 59.50 55.25 51.00 4675 42.50 34.00 29.75 Balbriggan and Porous Knit tar as Ihe speclatorfi were concerned, j The Joke must have boon on for he did not Tough as he sternly ordered Matty to the bench. Larry Uoyto took Mally's place on the first base line and got a few out of the Incident. The oldest Inhabi- tant of Iho Polo grounds declares thjs Is ifio first.tlmo Malty ever gol the "gttfc" there from, an umpire, i In all Styles. Combination and Two-piece SuiU Regular ,'2.25. Cu'..price Men's Fine Straw and Panama Hatt Keg. 53.50, cut Reg, 34.00, cut prke Reg. 14.50, cut prke Reg. J6.M, cut price Reg J6.00, iul price___ J4.45 -Beg. cut price'.... Reg. 17.00, cut pries Reg. J8.00, cut price Reg. cut price: Men's Silk Underwear B V. O. STYLE, Keg. Ciil price........ NAINSOOK AND LISLE D. ilyiGS, Reg. 52.50 and OOP 53.00. Cut price tiJJ CROSS'BAR stylo. Keg. and 1 JP 52.00. Cut price Itld Men's Silk Pyjamas iles. Cut price ___ tS.75 OIMITY MATERIAL Reg. 18.00. Cut price FINE TAFFETA Ref. 15.00. Cut price Flannel Outing Trousers PLAIN WHITE OR STRIPED' J1H.OO, cut price Reg. J10.60, cut 412.50 ?8.75 Stellar, 1-h: Rlsvold, 2-b; Car-ID tor, 3-b; West, ss; If; llo- .herls. cf; P. Stellar, rf. Tom O'Urlcn, urpplrp X Louis Keel SHOP OF FASHION-CRAFT AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER 5TH STREET j ;