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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE LETHBRmGE DAILY HKRALD BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus IVE. flrth' nor port. Both teams had thirteen .Rotarlajjs tie Tbe Bankers used pitchers. Stone and Hendrick. occupied the mound for the nine innings for the .Rptarians. Tae Botarians hais the honor of taking the first scalp from the Back- ers this season. Both teams pulled a, double play and the Bankers came through with sis errors and the Hot- afians -with three. Schweilier iieidor {or the Bankers vraa heavy with his stick and pounded out a'three sacker of tho game. He con- nected in the lirst innings, when the Bankers made three tallies. Evans got a two base hit in the same innings. had ten strikeouts ia his .credit. Stone had nine and Hendricfcs had two. Hendrlcks -went on the mound after the first three batters in the eighth innings had made safe hits H game intereEling in the siith when they brought In three runs, making the score then six lo five for the Bank- ers. Rohwer started out by getting safe at first through an error on Bvans and ho stole to second. Rid- ;ath whacked out a two sacker and Ridpath scored. Jackson gol hit by a pitched ball and Youug fanned.' id Frallck followed with anotber. Ridpath anil Jiickton roaming homo. Leading The Bankers came back with two in tie seventh Handrlcka got sale on a single over third and etcle second. Thome.! singled to ieft and Maclean singled to "right, scoring the two'men. Schweitzer flew ont to 'Jackson in centre, who the ball to Hohwer OH second, who. In tnru through MI from" Stone. lean out at first, making (ho 5rsi Three In First double, of tho game. This stopped the "Bankers'Telly: I Seven Rotai-lane faced Stons in the C.P.R. Start Out With A Win Intermediate Football League Gets Off to ers Lose Opener, 3 to 1. C. P. R. Intermediates opened the Intermediate Football League last night TTith R. win over the Miners at Eckstonn Park. The Miners Trent down nndcr a three to one score. The game was well played snd was (ast trout start to' finish. Thompson scored one goal for the victors, and Hart accounted for the other two. RUey made the tally for the Miners. The neit game In tho Intermed- iate league -5-IH bo between the Miners and North Lethbridge at Adams Park on June 8. Marion 401100 S3 Sang Morrison 1 Ji Ilohwer.........' t I'd nidpoth S tj Jackson l 2 S 13 27 11 5 R H PO A E Major Miners Results and League Standings. National League CITY LEAGUE STANDING Won. Lost. Pet. 'BtnkWS........... 2 ,0. O.'e..........___ 1 l Rotarlaos......... l i Miners..............l 2 ,666 .BOO1 .550; .33J C. P. R. FOOTBALL PRACTICE Won. Brooklyn 2: Cincinnati 24 Chicago i4 Piltsbnrt........ 19 Boston 17 St Louis j.-.. IS Now York........ 15 Philadelphia 14 Lost. 16 IT IS 19 22 Pel. .611 .COO .6S5 .6U .460 .405 .359 Brooklyn Takes Whole Series BROOKLYN, Juno 1. Brooklyn cleantd up the ttrles of three games with New York today and increased Its atring cf victories to rii straight. Now York ....'..-..I...... s -H 4 Brooklyn 10 17 3 Benton, Nehf, Douglas and Sayder; B. Smith, Mohart, 3: Smith and Kretifer. Four Oaubfe Pliys Helped PHILADELPHIA, June dou- ble plays enabled Boatoa to defeat j Philadelphia. lo 4, today, despito three local home runs. Score: R. II. B. Boston......... s 13 1 i Philadelphia 4 U 5 FUllnEhnm anfi'tJowily; Riiey and Members of the C. P. R. football jteam are requested to turn out In force for p rac tl ce tonight. T b e game has been called for 7.30 o'clock. All members are atked to meet at the freight offices. Rumanlaa prisoners of war now In Siberia may pass through Canada on their way to Europe. CANADIAN ELIMINATED BY ONE HOLE IN SCOTLAND LOKTON. Jims Cans- tilan Ada Mac- kenzie, Canadian lady golf champion, was eliminated todny from the Scottish ladies' golf championship contest by Mre. Crnlckshank, of Malm. Mrs. Cnilckthink won by one holo. F course you're going to get a straw hat for summer. And as long ai that's settled there'll no need of waiting. Tho sooner the better. Might M .well sava your other one for next fall, when you can't wear a rtraw. Betides right now you can select from a wonderful variety. That's tho Important thing. Most nny kind any correct style, como In, and look them over. From to BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP the Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the Corner Tfith the Ban rew a walk. He i. Drought' home by Schweitzer's three bagger. Fair pat out a fleidsr's choice and brought Scaweitw" in. Stone fanned and EJvans out a JwO sacker to centre, O'Connor .ned and .Hendricks went out, Ilidpatu to Morrison, -on first. That gave the Bankers theVstart in the game with three runs. :.Tho RotarUns tallied one-In their half. Sang filed to HeridrickE on sec- ond, who dropped the ball. Sang stole second and Morrison had sinjie to left, scoring Sanf. Morrison Hole second and was caught ot third by a (brow from O'Connor, catcher. The Bankers again raedu a tally In the second, scoring one. Thomas drew at walk and Marlon safe on first by a wild throw. Maclean filed out to Rohwer on second and Sch- weitzer Bled oul lo Toung.'in left field. Tfiomas coming home en the throw !n. The innings ended when Filr hit to Morrison on first. The flotarlans did not score In that innings and the Bankers mtdo another slngla tally in tho third. Sloae was first to bat and put out a single to left. Evans sacrificed, Rldpatb to Stone advancing. O'Connor drew a walk and Hendricka scored Stono on a single to ceatre. Thomas and Marion struck out. Rotarians Get Another In tbo last oi the Uilrd the Tloiar- ians got another single run. Tralick singled to centre and advanced to sec- ond when Tambor grounded to Stono seventh In putliug Roh- ver across the plate. The Rorarlsns drew three hits out of that innings and in the eighth they rolled In four nms tor four hits. Tambor slarted Stone's downfall in that innings with a single to left. Sang got a siagle 'a right and Morrison flHed tht bale; a single to centre. Hcndrlcka went on the mound and Rohwer fiew ont to coatre, Tembor scoring ou the! play. Ridpath got sate when Thomas puHed an error that cost the Backers another run. Jackson hit to scoring .two runs. Yonng slrack: ont and Rose hit a fielder's choice that retired Jackson, Thomas to Hcndrlcks and ended tho Innings. The Bankers then travelled twice to bat without an? runs and a Joabla In the nlneth aionpej the Rotarlans from any inora scores. ?rallck got safe on single, to rlgnL Sang filed out to Stone on second, who threw Krailck out to that bag, Rrajis taking Ihe throw. Tambor drew a walk stole Wo bases. Morrison drew a and stole to second. Rohwer ending Iho tun by rtrlklcg ont. A' Reuthtr't Straight Oj CHICAGO, Jnne to- day ciiubfid into second place- by defe-Jtins the 5. H was neuther's eighth.sjfaig'nt Tiotbry. Cincinnati....., 6 I Chicago S l Wlogo: Headris: and Killifor. jl- 'Mtn 15 trinlnit PITTSBCRG, Jone de- feated PUUburg 5 to 4 today In a 16-lnnlng game. St. Louis............... jPittsbarg Goodwin, JEJCO'OB and Hamilton, Tbo boi score: Mclx-an AB R H PO A H i 1 1 0 B 2 S 1 Pair 4 1 1 7 Stone s 1 3 0 Bvans........... 4 0 2 1 O'Connor........ 4 0 0 It Hondrtcks....... S 1 2 1 Thomas.......... 4 2 1 1 THAELL'S Money Raising Sale A Huge Success Tlnndredfl of caEOr buyers ort1 flocking our storo every day and thrtltiK reductions In Men's Suits and Furnlshlnfia Shoes thai arc far bayond their expectations. We aro oftc-rlng for Thursdu? and nov; la your cbancc of a lltct-ino, Big Suit Special Regular to values Sale Schalfit. 5 H 1 4 14 G Dllhoefer; ant! WATCH FOR THURSDAY'S ADVERTISEMENT DON'T POROET TO SEE THURSDAY EVENINQ'3 AD. FRED THAELL WATCH FOR OUR DAILY ADVERTISEMENT THE GREAT STORE PHONE 11W 316 FIFTH STREET Late John Carmichael Passes A Keen Interest in Sport. (SpscU! to Herald) FBRN'IB, June John Car- mlchael, merchant tailor, one ot Fornie's oldest and most respected citizens. here on Thursday be- ten and eleven, o'clock from a Idng Illness from creeping muscular paralysis. Mr. Carmlchael was born st Wood- Tlllo, Ont., Jnno 13, and was aearing the fifty-fifth mile stone of his life. He wss a member ot the local K. of P. Lodge and was 6n active partici- pant In all local sports. Only lest year tie was a member of Uic "Old- Timers" baseball nine, which formed a unit of tho Ferule baseball league, and played In several of ibo opcnlog gunies. thus lending hb aid In reviv- ing Interest In tho game which had lagged in consequence. of the Great War. wte rJio active member; of the curling club. Though quiet rain in his nature, he made many friends will bo greatly missed by all Fernle people. Mr. Carmtchael leaves a widow sod two daughters to mourn hla loss. American League Cleveland New York Boston..... Chicago Washington St. Louis Philadelphia Detroit Won. 26 24 22 20 13 IT 15 12 Lost. 13 !5 16 18 19 22 25 25 Pet, .681 Lord Archaic Carrie Set- Ond; L. Neumann's Orpheui Was King and Queen Given Great Reception, LONDON, June 2 Captain G. Lofar'i Splon Kop won Derby it Epsorn Dowr.j today. Lord Derby's Archaic, wtc sec- ond, and L. Neumann's Orpheus, third. Nineteen horses The Favorite Major MacCalmont's Telrema was Ine fi-orlte of the 22 splendid entries i went to the starting barrlar today ir. tja ijfC.ttest event of tho British ilat-racln? tl.ti Derby .over the historic course of Kpsmn Downs. Oiher in :he race that were fancied were introduction of the automobile ana was thli yeir !u vogue than over. King George, who attended the opening meeting of the Epsom season, on Tuesday, was given a great recep- tion, and waa accompanied b.v Queen Mary lo tho race today. One of the special features of this year's Derby was tho popularity of sweepstakes on the result, and It was difficult to find any gathering ot poo- jiie whero this form of "having a flut- ter" was not adoiiled. Tho world-famous Calcutta sweep- stakes Is plated to havo eclipsed all records and It Is estimated the' first prlzo would be In Iho neighborhood ot eight thousand Hounds sterling. The London Stock Exchange sweepstakes will give the -winner of tho first prize five thousand pounds. Promoters of wnr charities and other movements were today appealing to winners ot prizes to devote part of their winnings to the assistance of unfortunates. The belting on the course follows: Splon ICop, 100 toO Aarchale, 10 to 1; Orpheus, BO to 1. The horses which rah wore; Abbotts Trace, Allenby, Priiico Itiilus, Daylight Patrol, Dynamo, Flrwood, Ha Goes, Koraahos, Marsholl' Neil, Orpueus, Poltavla, Polymetis, Sarchedon, .Sil- vern, Splon Kop., Archaic, Totratoma and Toreloro. 410 FtFTH (JTREET Ruth Pilchsi and Won NEW YORK, Juno ninth straight-genvo hare today, de- feating WHlil'nttoii'U to 7. Ruth tired-ttter-the filth Inning tfter his team hod gained ajlO-run lead. Washington 7-; 10 6 New York '......'J.......14 17 2 Brlcloon Courlnoy end Qharrlty; Riith, .Thormahlen.'snii Ilannab. Lftwly Take Two BOSTON, June lo- Derby's Archaic, Allenby, Daylight .6151 Patrol, Plumatls and He does. .Tho day broke fins and large num- .528 hers of people were soon after dawn! making their way to Bosom over var-1 rentes, the Indications being that Ihe attendance would be one of the i .325 i largest In history. The fashion of rscc-gocrs to drive In coaches from] the which was a tcnluro of the rlly, has; out since the VUte TENNI8 CLUB TOURNEY The opening tournament and lea of, the Lelhbrldgo Tennis club was a decided success. In spite of Ihn RETREADING your tire rctreadcd by us. arc oipert tiro men. Are Also Experts in Sec- tloncl Work, Sro'Ktn Beads, etc. are here to rjivo ctrvlce. Spe- cial service to orders. Express paid one way. brldne's Leadlno Retreaocrs. Lelhbridge Works PHONE E. CHAPLIN, l.tthbrldao. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH AT MACJ.E3D 712 3ri AVE..S. B. CHAPLIN, Maoleoif. t f Ill Gl'llt. VI Hill day took both from Boston, Vlouds there was a good attenaance 'nt' J. F 1 couita of and Philadelphia S 11 3 which predicts K-oll for future events) ArrangemantB for the funeral will no8ton 2 7 8 this nsturs. miied doiihiss; Haaty, Romtnell, Keefe and Per-Nrere chosen' by lottery and the games: kids; Harper, koeniis and Schang. hn tournament wore keenly fought.. Second R. H. E.lsoms splendid tdnnta was In Philadelphia 7 10 21 which Indicates that an Interesting' not ho completed until word has been froni A brother, Canntchnel, lives In Cleveland, 0., slater at Woodvlllo, Ont., and other relatives at other points. FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS OFFERED FOR AMBROSE SMALL TORONTO, June thousand dollars reward will bo paid by Iho Toronto police for tho discovery of missing theatrical man, Ambrose Small, or will be paid for tho loc.tltoo and of the dear] body, according to announcement to- -lay. Western Canada Mo Bamos played, teams travelling. Americdri-Assn. No 2: time will bo shown to any out tiMown i n Harris and Myall; Bush, fortune visitors. Yo Taher please note. and Willers. iThe finals In tho tournament werei Detroit Wins won by Mlsn Gladys Hilling and Mr. i CLEVELAND, June Raworlh. Playing continued through- Cleveland In A slugging match; oul tho afternoon and sronlng and I today, H to 10, only tho darkness piiccoJded Iu put-; 11 17 1; an end to tho sels, Cleveland 10 16 3i Perhaps the most appreciated sol Oldham, Khmkc and Ainsmlth; Uhlo.'iof tho afternoon, in which all could! Martin, Kcath, Myers, Hoehllns O'Neill, Thomas, NunamaVer. Chlcago-St. Louis, pMtponed, rain. Pacific Coast Sacreroenlo C, Seattle Vernon 3, O.ikh.nd S. Bait 3. San Kranclico S, Angeles 6. International and 1 Join, wan hold In tho dill) house, 1 jwhera Miss Alrd and her committee i "served" tes, sandwiches onl cnko.' iThoro wore no "faults" In and their "cut" was perfect, Sally on the cake, hut they were risk- ed to repeat until the rule as to "doubles" was frequently hrofcon. It appe.ired lo ho a caso ot innd there the "deuce" lo jmy the "Rama" had to stop, not on, fircount of fcorl ahorlage, hncou thero ivns "not enough Willie." There Is room for fi tew more mem- j hern In the clitb, P.nd nnyotH deKlrfiin' lo Join Ahould wsko ently Application.' Applications will bo received tor members at tha annual (so ai one dollar. Jersey City 8, Reading 7. 3, Syracuse 0. Hbcheiter 4, Buffalo AVron 3, Toronto J. b, W. Langdon, fotmorly of St. Thomas, was elected recto of Loko- Tien, Man, Cut Prices that Take the Last Gasp Out of the High Prices of Clothing We're not going out of business but we're unloading our heavy stock of clothing. Wholotalo prices may hreak, or may go 3tlll higher. We're IftklnR n Mianco, giving our customers tlict henoHt of prices lliat aro lo the lovtl of pro-wor dnye. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Two Prices Only, and ALL WOOL HEAVY TWEED RAINCOATS Down to Others at and LOUIS KEEL 3HOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FCORSHEIM SHOE. OLIVER BLOCK 313 FIFTH STREET ;