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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE srx rilTC DAILY HEUALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 1020 BRINGING UP FATHER 13y G. McManus ru. oo A LITTLE WRIT US' HOW DOVOO EXPECT ME TO VlTH THVT LICHT -.WHY QCWT -YOO WORK IMTHE TIME- c- IF TOO OlDKT SPEND %0 NUCM TINE WITH BOM-i WITH WOULDN'T HAVE TO J DO YOU COWT THINK r-J WHEN I THiMK NOW OF THE- MEN I COULD IWE HARRIED--ETC-ETC! Bring Your Watches To Us for all Kinds of Repairs We Employ No Apprentices. Three experienced watchtDakere with IS to 34 years' experience, will take ycjur repairs. ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH Issuers of Marrlag: Llcenics No Wltneuci Required Boston Pool Room Proprietor Swears Magee Bet Money John W. Peck Raks Against XLL SAIL SET Gee's Motion for Verdict for Brought Into C. P. R, Meetsj j Callies on j Thursday Uulh Teiims Well P. K. Is Improving Game Starts at G.oO p.m. at Adams Park. Case. CINCINNATI, June motion, for a direct verdict in favor of the; canvas yesterday. defendant was overruled by John W. Peck at the conclusion of the testi- mony yesterday o! Leo McGee, who is suiDE the Chicago National League baseball clnb lor salary ho claim? is duo him and for breach of contrncl. James Costcllo of Boston, owner of a. billiard hall, was -the star witness for the defense. He said on July ?4, 1318, McGee approached him with a proposal to "toss" the first fiarae of a double header to bo played nest day by Cincinnati with the Boston Braves. Xcxt morning, said Costello. I McGee returned with Hal Chase, whoj was then first baseman for tho Reds.! Tho pair said that they had tho nit- i evidence] of their good faith, the witness said. I The two players put up cheeks for each. Costello cashed the checks; and the money was bet on the game, j McGeo and Chase if their team lost I were to get back their money, to-j jether with their winnings, and one-! tiiird ot the winnings of others who were induced to bet. Another pitcher, was put in that day and the Keds won. The witness said he did not see until ho went lo New Tork looking tor him to make sopd on the ?SOO check, on which. Me- Gee had slopped jwiyment. Christy Mathewson. who was man- ager of tho Reds in testified that he believed .McGee had deliberately made the error that almost cost the Heds the first eame in Uoston on July "5, 1918. lie admitted that there had been gambling among the Reds' .play- ers, but EO far as he knew they hail always bet on their own team. CITY ISLAND. N. V., June O.-l-'or the first time since sue arrived in j this country in 1814, Sir Thomas [Upton's Shamrock IV, challenger for the America's cup, was given a sail- stretching trial under her full racing .The weather con- ditions were not very favorablp, but the sails were gotten Jnto pretty fair shape. Designer Nicholson after the (rial, expressed satisfaction. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. Tile iieit senior league football game will bp beiweeu the Caledonians and [be C. It. at Adams Park on Thursday. With the improvement I Brooklyn noted In the C. I'. It., in .their last Cincinnati game, the Cullies should not be able Chicago lo walk away tho saute. Piltsburg The following players will j Si. Louis lake pan I-i gatne: Jackson, Douglas. Kaslon, Wecden, Pink. >ic- llvena. Knight, IVlison. McFarbue and Campbell. National League Football and Baseball All Postponed Wind Held Sway on Sporting Fields and Players and Fans Were Disappointed. Lost. It, IS 22 HI WINNER OF CANADIAN CLASSIC Iloslon New York..... Philadelphia IS 19 15 Wind stopned all sport in I-eth- I bridge last night. An Intermediate football game and a senior baseball Pel. game were scheduled but neither was played. Tha Columbus Club and tho Hank- ers wero scheduled for a game at j Eckstorm Park. It seems Ibe (o be j the luck of the Columbus Club to got j .551 .513 .511 .450 .432 Toronto Baptists number 12.000 and raised last year. Leaders Drop One BROOKLYN'. June Louis de- feated Brooklyn. Z to 1. in the first game of the series here today. Score: ft. H. E. St. Louis 3 11 1 Brooklyn..............-. 2 6 3 Haines and Clemens; Cadore and windy days. This U the second game of that club to be postponed og count ot the- wealher. They were drawn for the opening game ot tho league with the.Ilctarians which was called on account of the wind. The foolhall game was between the Miners" aild North Lethbridge at Adam.s Park and was the second game ol liie league. Homer Wins for Ph PHILADELPHIA. J'lnc ette's home run with two on bases In, the eighth Inning won today's game for Philadelphia, la :i. Fletcher, lor ten years with the1 Xew York Giants, played his first gsrru' shortstop and! canuiin with Philadelphia. Score: R. II. K. Chicago................ 3 7 1 Philadelphia 5 9 1[ OT.irrell; Rixey and! Withi-row. Champions Lose' NFW YOHK; York ilc-j j Cincinnati loilay. 5 to 4. Score: R. H. E. Cincinnati 4 10 5i >'cw York............... ,5 S 31 j Fisher. Saltee. Lumie anil Wingo, j Nnridini; Barnes and Smith. I'itlsburs-Boston, postponed, cold weather.. MRBEffi iiniiiiLH ULnii COOLER UNDERWEAR It's all right to wear tho coolest clothes you can get; all right to shed your coat; .we've no objection. Only to be consistent, yoi; ought to have your underwear, light and cool too. Here Is some that will do fine. Ath- letic; knco length, no sleeves, could- n't be niado any cooler. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the .Corntr Fifteen to Four Was Visitors Entertained at Dance. and 159. Khodes for Yorkshire played a tine Innings of 167, not out. Essex at scored 439 and i beat Northampton 1S1 and 150 by an and 182. hy scor- ing 33C and CS (or one wicket, easily I clbfealed Leicester 1S4 and 219 liy j :i'ne ivickets. Hcndron played a gvf at I innings cf 183 not out for Middlesex, o .1 who scoring in lUe first innings Hampshire, 174 and 2S! jby nine fcickcts. Worcester gained their tlrst victory hy defeating Gloucester by 112. Tho scores were Worcester ;3I. including 1 Jdv.-L'l 110 :ind 115; Gloucester 112 and socialistic proclivities." The convention adjourned until 11 o'clock on the motion of Governor Heckman ol Rhode Island. Photo ot Si. Paul, Winner ul the Inset is Mr, Harry Giddings, the owner. I'tatc, ]9M, ine Canadian classic. 12 JEWS KILLED IN BUDAPEST PARIS, June to information received at the for- eign office today auti-Eemltlc out- breaks occurred in, Budapest which, date tho. 'advices sLiicd'one inan saw 13 Jews killed. The rioting continued for sev- eral .days, during which many Jews were killed, tho foreign office dispatches said. Cleveland New York Won '29- 30 Uostou j 23 i Washingtcn '13 St. Louis 17 Philadelphia...... 16 Detroit..........H Lost. If, 17 IS 20 SO 30 Pel. .044 .03 S .318 Indians Win CLEVELAND. June won the first game of the series from Philadelphia, 7 to 5. Score: Philadelphia Clevelanil R. H. a 12 7 15 E. the home leain to a tune ol 15-1. They then indulged themselves in dancing and various other pastimes until the "Wee sma' 'curs" of Friday morn, when the tirod, ?bul supremely Jubi- lant crowd returned home. William J's Poker Face Keoto and Perkins; Caldwell and O'N'eill. Senators With Johnson Win ST. LOUIS. MINEFIELD, Scotland, June outstanding match of the second day's play of the British oinateur golf cham- pionship yesterday was the easy vic- tory of J. L. holder since 1914. In the second round. He defeated A. N. Roberts, Wallascy, seven and five. CIIIOAGO. June S. Lodge's address was punctuated by cheers itinl applause ami most loudly j when he referred to lite Republican i party of 1SCO and declared, that it must again come forward with a like victory for tho country'. Roars ot cheers and continued ap- plause marked- Chairman Lodge's de- claration-Dial everyone connected wflli the "dynasty ot Wootirow Wilson must he driven from.power." 'William Jennings nryan from his seat oh the press stand listened tently to Senator Lodge's hot dcnutici. templed to drag up from tne-path of ney, of New Orleans, defeated E. Mar-! FT COLLARS Its theTOOnEHG-OK thai Gilflcr and fieveroid. Red Beat White Sox CIIICAGfX Jones held CM- cago to four hits today and Uoslon won the first game of the series, 4 lo 1. Score: H. H. noston 4 12 Jones 'a'mf Wilkinson and SCtolk' DRTHOIT, Juno After gaining a romfortalle lead early, Detroit was defeated tn the opening game of the series here loday when New York ral- lied in Ihe final innings and won, 13 to Score: 11. H. K. York 13 15 (i Detroit C 12 4 Mogriilgc. Shaw.key and Hannah; Roland, Daussand Ainsmith. Stewart 0. Stickney, of tho St. Louis Country Club, Clayton, Missouri, who won his first round match yesterday, was defeated in tho second round to- day hy Oeoltrey Tweedlc, of Wilms-1 three up and-two to play. J! Pacific Coast San Vranrirro Salt Lake 10. Portland Oakland 0. 110 innings.) (Other learns (ravelling.) Western Canada OLD COUNTRY .CRICKET >t --t tf LONDON, Juno soclatcd the Oval ycslor- Surrey scored 479 in tho .innings, Including Ilohlis, 110, Ducat, liiti Aston Villa (ootballcr, Thny heat Hussev ISC and 326 by nine wickets. After an unpromising sl.-irt, York- shire detested Notts at IxseSg by 10 wickets, Ihc score being Yorkshire 32) nnd SO for no wickets; Nolls International FieritlinK s, Syracuse I. Jersey City tj, Ilntlalo 2, Toronto a. Itochcslnr S. Akron 7. At Calfinry; Moose Jaw 9, OaTgary i Bcglna 9, Winnipr-s! MiuvaWi rani, American Assn. Ixjtiisville 3, St. Paul S Indianapolis 0, Milwaukee I. jaracs played.) IE handy (o have at all times, You are ready at an instant's notice Ip travel. Just throw In tho necessities and thsro you are. We are showing a line of grips and handbags that arc par exc-ilk-ncc. They arc here in all styles, sizes, InaHicrs, at Iho lowest prices. SHOP OP FASHION' CRAFT CLOTJIES AM) TUB KLORSHE1M SHOP ;