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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LRTHBR100E HEIULD SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus r'AVE '----1 TO HIT I HrsYErVT ,J NERVE-. VERY SPECIAL ONE ONLY of the famous STARR PhonograpKs LEFT' Plays Any Record. 1'rice JSM.'iO. 1 Will -Be Sold fdr Plus Tax, J35.00 25 New Kecords Go With Machiae. ARMSTRONG AND RAWORTH 'Issuers of Marriag- Llcenltl No Required Rotarians Lose Close Game to Miners by Two to One Score o- Winning Was' Pitchers' Battle. Chimick Knocked Out' a daDvcrcd and i a few feet BOOK of Hun in First they were where they Gave Miners Winning fiavc- boea for tbe occasion. Double Play" In Ihe seventh Innings the Miners bad. matje. one hit around to third and Chimiclf flow out to Pralick who doubl- ,ed Oswald at third. Oswald, was' un- able.-10' recover tie base- after .the '.That was tho only double play of- Vbe game. To Chimick belongs the credit ot the third homo run ot Ihe season in the senior league. One of Ills pals, Steve Seaman made one against the Rotar- ians on >Isy 2S and Hose, for Uie Hot- arians banged cue out tin the same game. The Miners scored last night in the first and sixth innings. The P.otarians scored in lac fourth, Morrislon Ihe plate. Huff was Ihe other Miner to cross the'plate. THE BOX SCORE' Coaldale Wins'; Close Game From Leth. Picked Team Krom Columbus Club and Bankers Lose at Coaldalo. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. A picked team from the Columbus; Club and Dankers visited Craidoie last! Drcoklyn night and lost a eiciiing game by a score ot 3 to 4. NATIONAL LEAGUE Won. Lost. LEAGUE STANDING W. L. Pet. 32 .600 2 2 -.MO i 2 .500 to 2 .833 'ill the Rotariaris BaTikcrs C. C.'s Next game between be Saturday Bankers and Columbut Club at Eckttorm Park at 6.30 p.m. Winers defeated the Ttolartans last night in Adams Park by a lure- to one a. -home run by Chimick in the first innings. The Miners were han'ded their second run and a bunch of errors acimnted for the only run of tbe Rot- arianG. Thts game gives the Miners the leading position in the league with one hundred of a margin over the Rotarians and Bankers, who are tied for'Bscond place with .500 each. Holh teams have won and lost two Notwithstanding tho outcome of Uie game' tho Rotarians played fine ball and ngalu showed that they are by no rawns the "weak aggregation ot the league. Steve Seaman, pitcher for the Miners Is .increasing Ihe sneod of .his delivery and had tic flotaria'cs Sang. AB R H PO A E Morrison, 1-b Tainbor, ss...... It Hose, 3-b...... 3 Jackson.If 3 Young, It...... a Fralick, rf...... 3 0 13 1 S 1 1 1 2 0 0 t) 2 0 0 0 1 0 .1 1 0 1 started on the mound for.the Lelh- bridge team, but his arm would no! stand the strain, and he was relieved in the first inning by Hcndricks, who pitched fine ball, and would have liec-n returned a winner had not tho infte'.d blown up in the eighth inning. The score up to the eighth was 3 to 1 for the locals, and a couple of scratch infield hits and errors allow- ed them to score three runs and wiu the game. Noble and O'Connor were Cincinnati St. Louis Pittsburg Chicago Boston..... New'York Philadelphia 14 IS 20 53 13 22 26 27 Pet. '.GOO ,5Co .521 .513 .490 .4SS .413 Giants Beat Champa Again NEW YORK, June 11.___New York made it three out of four from Cin- cinnati winning Ihe last game of tne series here, 6 to 2. Toner. N.L.U. Meets St. Georges Monday Fans Expect Good Contest in] Adams Teams Well Matched. x I me game, .xooie anu u ,ormcr i-' Uie bat cry for Coaldale. and th ,onn fc as usual pitched a strong game. cr Nealc of cincinnaU Avas field, and a catcli tiy tho Coaldale shortstop after a hard run. Football fan's aro looking forward I to a good football gamp on Monday i night when the St. George's, meet the j Korth Lethbridge United. Tho -Vorth' Lethbrldgc team have been playing fine football recently' and a hot con- test is expected. TLe following is the North Leth-' bridge. line-up against St. George's for Monday night's game at Adams Park ut G.oO: j Harrison j W. Earl 'Pennant Laklo Young Hutton Thomas. A. Gurr Part Appleby N. Gurr. Thomson. N. Zubach. ss G. Chimict. 3b 30 1 327 S 5 >AB H H PO A K This fa Iha first time the j J. Seaman, 1-b Rotarians have faced as fast a pitcher Huff, c 4 t 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 S 10 Bis ley Team Sails On Corsicari Canadians Get, Away.to Annual Rifle Competition in England. 2 8 27 12 4 and the result was only S. Seaman, p three hits by them. Seaman, had 2-b twelve strike outs. -1 Kotch; If Eight off Ridpath t Chorlock, rt Ridpath, pitching for" the Rotarians Walsoa. cf gave tho .Miners eight bits. He struck Oswald, cf ouj. twelve as well and had five! errbrsAbehiud him, one of-which-is j; chalked up against him. counted for several of the errors tin j.-, ft A. ihe part of the Rcitarlans and also al-i .j. lowed Ihe Miners to score tbeir nlng run.' Sang, overthrew third, allowing Huff to score. The hail j went out past Young in left field. 'To Pralick belongs the 'credit of i MSI TO- ought to lay off that Okla- aud made two long throws to thiru "P FOOTBALL NOTES (By-: base, completing a double play in ono instance and catching a runner going from second in the other, ttoth these CRICKET. FOOTBALL, OOt-F, TENNIS, FISHING No matter what your pet sport U -vie CAP sup- ply you with what you want. Sporting Cata- logue Free. Local Agents: CONSUMERS' HOWE. CO., LTD, PGSTON SMITH LIMITED, As usual, Old Hill 13 al! wrong. The (Tallies didn't lose as he- prophesied. If tha Vets-win thay will have to lirelr. The C; P. R. are coming up atrong They had hard luck in the garni gainst tbe Vets. MONTREAL, June mem- bers cf the Canadian Bisley team gathered liere-'lodayr. preparatory to sailing for Kngland tomorrow on the fr.r nagging Umpire Harrison from Ihi: j bench. Sallee ''pas pul out of the; guiV.e'in the eighth inning for contin-1 I'.iliy putting his hand In his pocket j Violation of the new pitching rules, t fr'cdre: R. H. E.: Oincinnnti 2 S 1 Xcw York................ 6 10 3 Bailee: and Tniwr and der. pddg'e'rs Lpsa June St. Louis Nationals batted but 15 hits for a total of 21 basi's today, .di foaling the D'odg- ers.-li) to 2. Si-ore: R. H. K. St. Louis 10 IS 2j ,2. 10 'Goodwin and-Clehions; Smith and j illiller. Pirate Crtvt Blanked BOSTON. June. maJe it three straighl from Plltsburg today. FOOTBALL CHATTER (By Bert) You'H Feel Like a New Man in One of These Silk Shirts .They possess all tho qualities that good shirts ouglil to have. Beautiful patterns and 'colorings; first 'class workmanship; proper details such as correct slcTfo holes and' EO on. But in top ot all that is tile fabric. Itself; really .wonderful wca'vos. Silk silk. Asido from its' richness and beauty it gives one a satisfaction to know that ho Is wearlng'tiio real BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP. The Home of 20th Century Clothing On the Corner Alexandra Hotel Block liner Corsic.in. This afternoon tliey were tentlered a "at tho Mount Royal Club by .Major-General Wilson. The Team OTTAWA. June (By Canadian Canadian liislsy team lo represent Canada for 19'2y, has been selected after competitions iii the vsr-1 ions provinces. .The.parly will sail i from Montreal on June 12, on the S.S. j Corsican under command of Lieut.-1 it. M. llcckett, of Quebec. It is as follows Cotnmar.drun I.Ieii'. R. M. Hockelt, Quehec; adjiuanl. Mnjor T. P. Kin.ltt, D.S.O., Ottawa; Capt. F. It. Martin, 103rd regiment. Lieut. K. Edmonton; Sergi. Major J. RcidV W.O., C.M.S. Victoria. B.C. Major F. Richard- son, O.U.B.. Victoria, B.C.; 'S. Sergt. C. A. Hawley. inn Winnipeg difles, Winnipeg; Lieut. J O. Nix, Ihe C.. Captain .1. H. Vincent, j South Hamilton. Onl.; Lieu'.. John getting to Hamilton in the eighth for Bill. Thursday's game was a dandy. Everybody enjoyed it. 500 people who did net go missed a treat. Sorry I missed, it, couldn't be help- Business before pleasure. wasn't a lady.) Too bad McLuckic got crocked in .the last iniuutc. He will be alright in a few days. three runs, all that were made !n the game. Score: i K- H. B. Plltsbitrs 04 Old Bill seems pretty 10 0 i about Monday's game. Hamilton and Schmidt; Fillinglra _ :aml O'Neill. Cubs Drop 10th Straight n__Chicago out-batted Philadelphia today, but lost its tenth straight game, S to 3. R. H. B. Chicago S 12 1 Philadelphia S 1 Martin, C.sw and' O'Fnrrell; .Mea- dows and TragressoV. Hnndsomu Structure To Be BuiJt By Open in September. confident AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland Xev.- Vort Won. 32 25 Lost. 16 n IS Pet. .557 ,5SJ Maybo he could write a 550QX policy easier than winning game. Every" soc6cr fau and his wife should lurn out lo'see St, Gedrgd's va.i N'orth Lethbridge. There is a lo! of wages up. Jimmy L, has bet. four .banana splits tho. game. N1. IJ.' banana split into four. That is ono Washii'icton .Chandler.'17th gt tallies took a big chance in x. B.. captain W. off three of their strongest] K.C.H., Falmoulb. Hants County. N.S.; j Company Sergt. .Major (Jr.odliouse, i tho G.O.P.O.. Ottawa; Sergt. Yv. A.! Hawkins, ,istli Highlanders. Philadelphia IJotroit 500 fanis would be a nice crowd for Monday. I It would bring a smile en our presi- dent's face. _, Jle deserves it for Tie is a worker. Did anybody notice Jimmy Moore's graceful bow when the crov.'d cheered (Spiclal lo The Hetald) CA11DSTON. Juno Wednes- day last the" Rev. Dr. Ferguson. Rev. A. H. Denoon, together Messrs. Duuliara and Itoberlion of vistlcd Cardston, and after consutla- lion with the local committee complet- ed preliminary arrangements for the erection of a new Presbyterian churcb. Tho church, which will ho a hand- slruclure, will occupy a conv manding position on tho' southwest corner of the.lot now occupied by a smaller and will be a most valuable addition to the west cud of the town, while its tall spiro .command a view for miles around. Of late the Presbyterian cause In Card- ston has made great progress, and tho new building become an absolute necessity. It Is hoped that this line church will be opened for public wor Jiimes Chalmers Hjid Both Logs Crushed and' Succumbed (o Injuries. j (Special to The Herald) COLEMAN, Juno fatal acci- dent, occurred. In the International Coal. Coko Co's mine on Thursday af- ternoon when James Chalmers ha-1 both legs broken and died oefore lie was brought out of tlm mine. It was due to a slip of rock, 7 feet long, falling between two pillars, and just as he was clearing up to quit work. His partner, Goo. Jenkins es- caped, by a few ,tcel.. Mr. Chalmers was an old timer in Coleman, and leaves a widow two sons and two daughters. ship not tembcr. later than the end ot Sep. RELIEF FOR COBALT COBALT, OnC. June change in the wind brought a little relief to Cobalt overnight, but lhe buah (ires in tlits district nro still raging. how N, L. V. were hoodood ;easoo. Tho Intermediate league will get soon. They should be given every cnnour- i agcmenl. Some of the younger play- crs are showing line. o Wo should thr. 1 [oodoo w N'lff snirt! ill IK surprised to see rking on the 17tli. Toronto; Private Win. .1.1. ICvi'n CLEVELAND, .luno G.C.F.G., Private Kobert! follr from Phtl monloii, 13th rcsimenl. Bagby held, tlie Ttiilors tn four Private