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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE SIX HIE LETHBUUXIE. DAI1A' 'HERALD SATURDAY, JUNli 5, BRINGING UP FATHER McM anus The New Taxes to jjc In tb.3 taxation proposals, in viejfs it .the; del laat'10% wsr veil as 14% custom's ias. repealed by itit tnidset, the IrcjKir-Uiou of 20% toury lai the addition of'0'.ily W the public en th? purchase ot jewelry- ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH of Mafrlags License; No Witnesses Required Rotes Make Grand Stand F' i TV f 7 limb, uereatjng k. t. s; r Now Tied for 1st Mace Cpgwheelers Take of Columbus. Wildness to Annex Game Which Should Have lie- td C. Play By Morrison Is Feature. League Standing AVou. Lost. 2 1 2 1 Pel. .G67. .e'sr .333 flankers 2 C. C.'S '1 -Miners............. I 2 I Xeit vs. Hankers at .Adams .Monday, June 7. nt Upsets in tho dope seems to be the in this city league hall pastime ot and keep the tans on edge. An- other upset was staged at Eekstorm Park last night before V good crowd e-ct fans when came from ant) racking -one of their hair- -raising finishes, took -the number of BASEBALL Major. Minors Results and League Standings, fegy-'TheJr ithrowjug wilder tliar Five' wild' throws and an errur let the Holes copie around as soon as they got on tbe-bag, and sis ccuntors came across, winning tie same for ilie Rates. The C. C.'s j Brooklyn tried to play in mid-season form. They (Cincinnati' knew where lo put their ball but their throiviug didn't get it lliere. Coeeso j Hidpath steamed into the bon in the. National League P. R. ShoWs Great V improvement But Lose to Fragmentis of France One to Nothing Was Result qT Good Game at Adams Park' Last Standing Announced. the eighth, and used n little spetd. Tbat was all that was neces- Two strut'k out atul ihe third man laid doivn an easy grounder to the pitchers box, ending the game. TUe feature of the session was the groat running catch ol a foul fly back of thirdvbase. off Snow's bat. by Gordle Morrison, and a one handed pick-up of a hoi one off Boucher's bat by Ridpath vi-ho was. playing third. Two double plays, one by each, side livened the game. The last great throw by Kralick to the plate after catcMng Boucher's long drive. He doubled by feet nfter the C. 0. captain had rooated on third by a-great three base blow. '..THE SOX SCORE Columbus Ciub by.a score-oM4 }-J3, after the C'; C.'s hud the game all I plucked 'away in the fifth by is to 6. Ul 'wasn't good bail by. sn> means; for the c- Uwo teams between them pUed up 20 but. it was excHUis to or the game and worth soing to ss, p., Asee -i- "T Those Cogwheel'.tlds ddin'tj Tambor-, they In they" bavd played I jso far, and in Ihe last tjro'Banies their j "ilo'or die spirit; thera 1 through with a win. '.Outsiae Iheir R H I'O A .B 3 0 V, 1 1 0 iilhoHantl.-p.-ss, If ,.tsV' '2....-0 I 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 Boston Xeiv York Philadelphia Won. Lost. 1'ut. i U 15 .015 __________ i'-K 15 .010 j 1> .555 Fragments' again came off victors lit, 19 .300'last nignt'in Adams Park'when they -t> .17 Hi defeated the C. I'. by a one to .450 I nothing score. The 'oppositjpn put up .JS.l l-ly {he C. P, K. was !i distinct surprise .355 to the Fjagnseuls and to the, fans. The C.PVn; played a bard gamerpaif- llcularly during the first half, which endeil without During the Q'iatils. 130STON. June York d.e sponsible. for five runs. Xen" York Boston 11 s Douglas. Hubbell and Fill- ingini and O'Neill. Meadows Defeated PHILADELPHIA. June terrific batting.'whtcli feaiureil today's Brooklyn victory, gave Meadows hla first defeat of the season today. Phila- delphia losing 5 to 1. HrooViyu .v. ...r f Philadelphia Msmaus and O." Duller; ididn't, deserve to win last night's ;iame: They were-ou'.Wt, am} until ithe fatal .aiglith. they were ibut they won, land that's UU tney cared..5 Tftey- '.rude t'- 'along- with (he BankerE in first place totlay and the is gettinj; hot as'a'-result. -be hardly witliln the' realm .'Ofppo'sslbilityto teirabpiit tha (rams .In one especially these day of the H. C. of neivsprint. ibiutficc to say tliat. as the score shows, kids kept plugging away, getting ;pne or two runs nearly every innings, C. Jl 1! 9 24 13 -S AB RM1 PO A E Boucher, 3-b Vaseleoak, 3-b Snow, 'p, ss Livingston, Ib Turcplte. rf Gorrill, cf, cs, p, If Hilling, ss, cf Ivins, If, p '2 G I 2 J some nice playing. and saved his teani on several occaslona. pCtefri jierformed iweakly .but .Charles, plaj-ei Eteadsly and the one goal that got By him was aii awkward onu to stop. :H came rolling. through a crowd of crs.and in the goal almost aeferf he had a chance to get after it. Dunn was it. C. P. R. PRACTICE Charlie Ramsay, trainer, has called a ol all C.P.H. senior ond intenni-diates at the practice grounds Monday cvenlnp at 7.30. Stops Fight in the Second Round Bameau So Outclasses Hilly Kranier in Calgarj- That Offi- cials Interfere Went To Ropes Four Times. PRACTICAL SWEATERS If you go In for sports a good deal or like to knock about outdoors, you ought to Iiave It's not only handy'; you'll need It. For the motor trip, after the- game, or when the wlud Is a bit of these sweaters will feel mighty com- fortablo. They're shapely and fit in 'a-' first class way. All weights and colors. BERT TESTER'S 1 MEN'S SHOP ft c': i The >jome of Jflth Century ClothinJ filexaridra Block On tht Corner- C. P. R. Played'Well Djtring the first. .bait Ihe C. P. fi. had the ti'Ssi of the lilp.y andtwere dfj- June Frank, Dar- rieau. Canadian welterweight 'cham- pion, so out-classed Billy Kramer, 'Milwaukee, that the referee stopped the tight .lipre last night In the second gone only one minute and 50 seconds demons. rain. 39 r, 12 21 9 12 Score by Rotarions .111 120 9 8 0. C.'s ,3M 070 12 IS base hits. Hou C. P. R. a corner a winiier in thcM-iwart cup competition .and netroit bunched hits ofMhe .oca, pit- have done Tlic C.. P. H. team certainly show- ed better form than, in any previous gamo and they get their men playing together a littlo longer there- is no doubt hut that they will bo able er game than they to put up a Columbgs] X. S, forest .....hich EtartOfl at Five Bridges 20 rnilt? ;west of: Hnlirax, was c'ners who were unsteady, end Detroit won the first ganifj of Iho series 6 to 3. Day Schalk completed his lOOulb major league all ,of which he S. has played as a While Eos. crowd never crossed the started at Five Bridges live when -_ >ln In the eighth. It was E< jas'lhe game .had .oten Tlicjby the high wind, tbe fire la spreading .gama luiEht easily iiave been islled; un'area" ot 10 miles and hundreds 'for the -beginning df the of acres of valuable timber has been but acilhiir ir.atiagcj- a liwlrpycd; ,0ne hundred men are out word and tbo.plans-let it .proceed. tir; fa: no buildinss '.But lite C..C.'s.dia sonic awful iicvc hecn'destroyed bas Chicago.............. 3 Detroit.......-....... 6 Faber, Kerr. Payne and .Sclialh; Clevclancf Drops One CLEVKLAXIJ, June IxlKis tooh the first game ot the'series 7 lo'fi. jattlng Ilagby from Ihe bos -In' tho fifth inning when they scored five runs On five liils. Two games will be clayed tomorrow. St. LouU.............. 7 12 2 Cleveland............ 6 11 I Solhoroi) anil Sevcroldi Bngby, Meyers, Ubte awl O'Neill., Those Slugging Ysnks .S'UW YORK, June New York Yankees continue! tholr lorriflc today, a.nd b'eat Phila- delphia in the second game cf the series by 12 lo 5. The Yankees hit three Atblcllc pitchers for !T hits, totalling 20 bases In (lie first inning 1'ratl drovn otio Into tho left field Meaclinrs for a liorr.e run will) ihfl bases full. Mensel hit a honit run, ;i double and two singles in five up. lie scored tlitec runs anil drove in two. Philadelphia r, Nrcv-' York............12 Xaylor, Keefe and kins; MoKriilgc and Hannab, Hoston at Washington, rain. 8 2 15 1 Per- are foeyfaren: 'FriAGilj5NTS Anderson J'; Katio Mcllvcna Eha'w Pattio Dunlop Knoi DunnhVllan H. Linning Ileatwick Davidson .Gatlt .ifllncr JlcLuckie ixiwe field TiiompaOii diaries C, P. LETHBRIDGE FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDING Corrected to Friday.' 3ann 4, Hi20. P W L M ForAgP -I 3 -I 3 2 ..3-1 -4- 0 FOOTBALL CHATTER (By Bert) Great foothall this week. Was not that Letlibrldge a hummerT Best brand of soccer since Hillhurat -Vela game last summer. u Lethbridge is discovering, new tal- ent every week. Clarence Jackson is goal. You can't boat the Anpleby. Geordies for Bill Huffera nad a Ibis week. real team out C. P. It. 'will gather points pretty Some crowd at Adams Park last Wednesday. Watch St. George's the next game. They picked up a couple of Lanca- shire men" today. Two' or three real footballers will stiffen them up. Koiv it's up to the Miners to gel busy and grab a few points. One .thing wo need in Lethbridge N. l.etlibriilgc Krngmenu St. Georges Calil'is (U'; Ji. Miners 1 10 1 o I) 7 0. R 1 ,L 'J I I Leading Goal Scorers F. .1 Smith, N. J. Dunn, Fr.u-monl's........... A. Tcnnanl, N'. L. J.'CoIfcy. St. (Jooigcs International Pacific Coast postponed, raiti. I'-altimnro-'iyracusc. postponed, Jcrtey city 1; Heading 2. lloclieslfT 'r; Ilitffnlo npsd played-MayiSOth. 'Ho had a score1- of net 7S: J.1 as riijiner less a net ;T.S. 'Oxlahd shot a, net Sti. or were able to play'-.twb succfsslve and so it -yas the. nnmes of the scorers for pairing in the -June 'playdovra ot tbe Captain's prize. Wenlher connttions were so un- favomble both on Ihe 24lh and 29th that many did not play at all or quit after one round. So this must be plav- cd the present wpefe-end. Saturday to Monday The cards will be taken on Monday evening anil the draw made for Ihe June playdown and games must hn. played or default- ed when lime limit .expires. The course is in excellent phnpe, and tbn is giving a'lcn up tu the present Hint nir, it bfkin to look like a rcsppctablc club j niil notlcn that crowd hoiirt! nml grounrts. I laillcs al Ihe C'. P. Mcilinne Hal was rtnxious ihnl tlie team rr.ytcli be playc-tl in list on Jur.e 12. and tho return matcli at f.etlihriilgc fin June 26llil Tbe fee! llial it is toe early to