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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX I-JIE LETHBmnOK FRIDAY, JUNE 25; .1920, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus ALL HE.LU NEED You'll Like What We Serve and How We Serve THE StLVEB GRILL N. H. MURRAY, MANAGER Corner Fourth Ave. and Fifth 9t BASEBALL TONIGHT: CCS VS. RQTARIANS, ADAMS PARK St. George's and Miners Play Tie Game; Score 2-2 Miners -inJ Sain: Ocorges fcushl to s isvo in iii the of Uie Seou Cup sames. played last niglii Adams Park, before a .fail'sited crowd. The same was' i'veriy played all through liui the disiurbiug ftu-tcr jras the wind, and aided the large- ly in acoriug the lirst scral of the game. For ihe ten 'minutes or' EO of the game the ptyy see-saweil from one end of iho field lo the iithtr. The lion and in Ihis regard, excelled over the Saisls. Whil.efleld and R. Willeits. ihe'Inner untying "outside lefl, during the firstrhalt i.layed eom- biuatinn to perfection aurt performed several dangerous .relies, .Mclnlyre being forved to make .uoinii. pretly saves. Uuc-'oai, Hie nojy...player for the SHinf.5. who covered the lefl position un the half back, featured for the Saints and credited with the first goal. He made a'pretty kick !rom about twenty-live .yards out. the wind curving the ball so that it was prac- tically impossible. :-for niley. the .Miners' goal mad to' get'it. The ba; headed tor thc centre of tlio goal would have been an easy stop but i! finally went iuto the corner. Our- ins the entire game Kuciian pUyt'il tuiril ami a man to be seriously cousutem! ni all times; hliners Spesdy The Miners were faster on their feel-iHau the Saints but were uoL n-i hc-avy. uu Lhu average. Their speed in many fases overcame this handicap when it came to a general misniJ the Saints were iible to pull out mi I The .second seal for the yaints. which was scored Uurins the last few rinrinnali minutes of play was the result of this. H BASEBALL X Major Minors o BASEBALL FANS GIVF THEIR SYMPATHY Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE' Baseball fans and players express their synnialhy to Avi and Roy'Les. wctl-knowii baseball players of southern Alberta, who ..have, been be- reaved through the sudden death, of their mothi'r, Mrs, George Lee. Miv. Lee was killed when thrown from a rig ul her home near Taber on Wednesday night. riTABER WILL HAVESPORTS JULY! Football and Uaces j to Feature the Day. Won LETHBRIDGE NEEDS A LEADER llclberton, who stayed u-itli ui.s posi- lion more lasl night than be lias done for many games, placed a nice kick lo centre in front of the Miners' soal. There was a general scramble, tlio bull went into Ihe air and Coffee bead- ed il in. ISiis'tieil the At half lime the score was luo to one in favor ef tlie Miners. 'Wbitenelil got credit for bulb Ihe goals.' In bolh cases the goals resulted from combin- ation play between and K. Willetts is fast on his feet j and in a number c-t occassions was able to outrun his opposing player, placing tlie ball !nlo centre. Played Better .There is no doubt ihe Miners play- ed a''better brand of football last night than thay have exhibited so far this season. They played E. Willetts h: Chicago St. Louis I'ittsburg Uostun N'ew York Golf Handicaps 26 24 Based on Par Holes K6> Hume 14 H. W. MeuziO IS, Ur. p. Craig IS. II. A. McKIHoi) 18. W. B. TnriH'r IS, N. T. Brooklyn Beats Babe i Macleod 20, A. 11. Reid -0, H. J. H. BROOKLYN. June j Skeilh Mara :n. Crawford bnnched hits for five-mns off Adams j J. A. Itied 22. Tbos. Oxland 22. In the lifth inning and won the game lit. G. Hutchinscn '22, lion. Thompson today. C to 2.- I 24, Ur. P. Fox 1'L L M. Johnstolie. Score- R. H. E.: K.C. j. S. Kirkham 26. J. Mtiir X., Pitlsburg 1 14 S'i n. llincks 26, li. .1. Dinning iS, S. J.'cars, (PYora Our Own Correspondent) June Day l will be celebrated in Taber by a bis day cf sports al Recreation Park. A i very full lisl of sports has been ar- I ranged, including baseball, football, anil sport events-both on foot, and horseback. The baseball game will be [in the afternoon, and life football in i the evening. A big feature of the day will be a huge parade lo take place at 11 o'clock in tile foreiicon, including a cala- thumpian procession, floats, decorated such as bicycles and motor the procession moving to (he Brooklyn 6 13 3! Shepherd 2ii. Jas. 20. II. D. gronntls, where meals will be served Meader una nrtitnlrtt; Mara-! JlcKenzie 2C. K. f. llobbon 2S. in order that people may not need 'to Park ?'f ConiwiIi your auto or with DON'T FORGET Came in tomorrow and take advant- ago or tlio prices on our STRAW AND PANAMA HATS Every one of hats to go AT 20% Discount For Ihe week-end's selling. All new slyles. __, A hat for every face. BERT KESTER'S MEN'S SHOP- The Home of 20lh- Century Clothing Alexandra Hotel Block On the maur and Miller. j. j. iicDonell 1'S. Clias. E. Car- Phillies Lose Scrappy Game crrv T. H. JO, T. Cor- PHILADELPHIA. .lune 24.-Phila-l 30 E. H. 30, W. I, ;1 b.c (aney dress costume, delphia dropped to last place today i Iiar.lic 30, Judge Jackson 30. M. rYen- far .m thc parade uwing to tuG games lieing played second hnlf, very few times it being played on the oilier wing. The players were JIINBRS Calgary Mce.f Shows Nucleus of i Track Team in This Cilv. llugli Mclivcna and A. R. gave the northern athletes ot Alberta a surprise Wednesday they fig- ured ivell in the provincial Olympic Hugh .Mollvcna, ns announc- orl yciterday on this Fet a ner." prorinrial record in. Ihe running Seaman A. Camphell Ixiwe N. Willctl .Mtjrpliy Hi ley Clarke D. Campbell Smith 3 Smith. Coffee Homer Wallace Firth Kainphiett Holberton .Mclnlyre Whlteflcld Wilietts Breeze Faunch liuchan' Neshitl ST. GEORGE jump, clearing five feet eight ana n i -rn fCVTO-eiBlith inches, VVestley look i V A III L L U Iliird in the hundred yard diish. In 1 M 111 f ilic miming bmtii jumii Weslley came i u" v UK. Sfi. M, .Morrisun '30 J. Kallce and Wingo; Smith. Gallia H. Virtue and Wheat. j A.- Ii. Hugg 3S. ft. A. Sinitii 3S. J. _ St. Louis Wins j 3. Stewart W. King, 3S. June Poor flclding Kenrfy SS. Gco. Morris; as, D., A .Me- by Boston gave St. Louis three runs Killofi ss. A. It.'Cocq' B.'C, and a victory, 7 to 4, in the final same McKeiuie ;'S. u. Gibbous 35. J. j of the series today. R .Rcbertsor, Robt, Livingstone Score: R. H. B.I H. G. Clarke :is, 1C. A. Ewart 3S, Dr: I St. l.ouis 7 5' 1 r Gibson n. Yalca 3S, II. C. I Boston 3 7 3'Farlanii SS, linv. A.tft. Denooh 3S. T. fSress ram Schupp, Goodwin and demons; Mc-'S. Fetlerly 10. II. H. -10. 1 Quillan and Gowdy. Be Long -M; O. :p. Edgett 40, A. Giants Going Belter i Perry Id. Jamic-on 40. Turcolte 40, NEW YORK. 3une Xow Vork' S. Stollzc 40. niaiie it two out of threrj from Chicago: The above Es thc revised liiit here today, winning thc lust game of: of the but this will be Ihe series; 3 to 1. Uigain revisc-il anil put in thc club house for the [iby on July 1st, when ACCOMMODATED AT OLYMPIC REGATTA Mail.) The lielBlau Olympic Games' Commit- tee is'endeavoring to arrange for spe- cial-trains, hearing spectators, to sleam alony the banks of the Brus- sels Mariticne canal 'during tlie prn- i lion camps here' caused a 'rise in thc 1 prico of raw beefstake Tuesday raorn- The dipping vat. for tlie cattle to the" date Bet being June 24th. The .we, understand Is .compulsory, ''and wite' of North Daktita, who bare been, '-visiting succumbed their daughter. Mrs. Clark Reid, wife stroke. Was held' here today from foreman of Camp o on the Carr's undertaking parlors to Taher i relumed east, today by the cemetery.' Relatives from n distance 5.33. In conversation with Ihe.cor- {Krom Onr-Owli TAHBIi. June. funeral of Emil Smith; tlie FincasUe-farnicr who n. H. E. srocnd and Mcllrena took Ihird in the hop. s'ep and jiftnp. One (mtcomc of thc visit to Cal- Kliry of these two atb- lutes is lliR evidcutre thai has the nucleus for a gfiotl truck ieam. What ts needed is seine one 'u take hrild of Ihe silna'.ion. Thc veterans are doing a lot 10 develop Rthle-le? amoiig their own ranks and .Mcllvena Is numbered aiuoug (hem. There are olliers, outside cf the of the veterans, who should he brought un- der some leader and who could figure ift track meets. Following are the events Ihe bridge boys figured in: 100 yards dash, first R.-I. llaliburton, Canadian Air association. Score: Chicago New York X in 1 Vaughn, Martin and OTarrell; Xehf and Bnyrler. AMERICAN Oie npntour of (he lands alioul- Trois Uic 'village' selectert as, Ihe starting point nnil at Marley. UIB Jinish. provides some'lbing of natural ainptiitheairc fc-r spectntora, 'the committees Vould like to utilize railway tracks for olisorvallon (ruins present, besides Ihe members the familv, anrt included Mr. and Mrs. H. Iliggs of Durdelt, nnd Olaf Iver- son. Tiie deceaseil man, who was C6 years of age, came to this district with his family several years ago from the U.S. and leaves behind seven events uf the j t.ajidren, rout, sons, nntl three daugh- ters nearly irtl grown up. The service was taken by "Rev Wiggins of. the Methodist church h'e're. Mr. Malison of Medicine Hat, who came tu ago for the j1; the city championship (Wright i similar lo those l ic Pougli- will he played for. .The niemberhip .eel will of f-ours.e have 'to he paid before keepyie anil New London regatta in anyone may enter into this compcti lion. If you want your proper handi cap. turn iu score cards so the com niittee having something lo work .up- i on besides hearsay. Pel. i .G72 33 2S 2S 28 20 10 43 Son h American Boxing Fcdcr- i Deiroit ation Is Organ- philadelplila Oldham Unbeatable i ST. I.OUfti. .tune SANTIAGO. Chile. May South Ameriran Boxing 2, M. Ounsworlh. Canadinn j Federation, composed uf ilie associa- Air Service, Time H'l-n' seconds. Scclitul n. J. Barnetl. West- ern Canada college: 2. A. fi. Weslley .M? .509 .4S3 .271 Coalhurst To Be In City Saturday rowing events, all 2.0.00 meter races, arc lo foe lield August 27 lo August lift iind will include single culls, double sculled boats without piiir-nareil boats witli cOx- swfljne. four-oareii hoats and f-ight- boaU with ccssiraino. All tlie lioats are [u liave on triggers. That part ol the canal selected for the race is about kilometers from 1 Antwerp and there is xcry lit (I Mr. KIrkpatrick express-. cd himself fa-orably regarding South- ern Alberln, and said that .around Camp 5 the crops looked fine, and ii) spite of the blow-out areas he felt sure Ihere would be a good harvest in tho -l.eihbridge dislrict. Ho flintier' staled Ihat ho''knew the Montana oil country well, and that the conviction was growing there that on account of favorable indications of the wells close to the border there, must be oil on -Mr. Kirkpalrick Intends lo punose oav, 'a caaracremove! return and havo a closer look at the from his eye. left for his home ycster-' district. day, the "operation having been -suc- cessfully performed by: Dr. Tolmie. Jos Tufteland, our local slab artist, turned over his shnp for a few hours Mr. Mansoii. who iaMbe' father-in-law to Jack Hipdon on. Monday and went of J McLagan a Ketlsv.- merchant.! down to hurl the pill for a Lothbrldge team. No casualties arc reported dur- ing hls'absence. Mrs. Kruger, who has been vlsiliiic her son-in-law Denis Cyr, left, Tues- day for her home al FaJlis, near Kit unattached. I-flhhridse. Time 102-S 100 R Halibor- ton; 2. M. Ouiiswiirih: A. H. West- ley. Time Hi Running broad Tt. L, Hall- burton; 2. A. K. Wcftlcy; M. linns- worth. Distant-.' 21 HunniDg high jump II. Mcllvciia. i John Canadian Air Servire assoriaiiini. bccighlSll.S'i in. 'Running hup, step and fl {.aiallbnrton; 2. M. Dnnsnvorih; H O.W.V.A., l.r.lhbriilpr.. Dis fiance. 40 ft. 6% in. Louis could rlo nothing Oldbam in llrji pinches today, ami Detroit won. o lo n.[ SWer. wilh three hlls. brought this: lions governing the pugilistic sport in season's lolal to 100. being Cirri Areeiiilna, Chile and I'rugnay, was player In either major league In reach I organised here recently. i this mark. j It is- planned to liold bulb aoiatcur; Score: Tt. II. K. Mee- Mine !1[ Pnrk on That Evening. AdilltlS staled Ihat lie had a very, high opin- ion of Ihe Taber surgeons and of bis treatment al the liospitsl. Andy atratton today for I.etii- bridge wilLciiter Xo. 6 mine and incidentally bo goalie for one cf tile city football teams. The ball, scheduled for this evening neUecri 'a Lclhbridge team 11 and Taber did not materialize on ac-! ei count showed! 'anj certain 'fdns were cllsap- j itiontcn. i YALE CAPTURES FJHST of ruin I liONOIlS JN REGATTA at the "UrlageV.uWct.calenlaiions-wo nvi-a rivnr but iililiougli only slight OVEH HAKVAHD UMV.Uprjnk1cs occurroil this raoruins f. enough light showers fell tliii XK1V LONDON, t'onn., June 2n. ing lo have inaile. a thin attelldancc. T A I L O R and professional an- nually, rulcf (or wliii-ii are. to be drawn up. U thai for (lie aiTian.'iir only of tho i omjieting jinrti- cipatn anil for Ihe classes only rfsirlenls of ut live years' ur tlmsi! who l-.uve been iit I.MSI uiic year shall be rllgilib'. imposed upon in will be in Miners urnl Coalhurst will play Yale captured first honor in Hie j niiai regalia with Harvard over tile; historic Thames river course Ibis i morning by winning the two miles'. (roKbtiiiiii race by CMC length. A small si-rnp at one of tlio 410 FIFTH STREET Detroit f> G-ball Saturday evening Adams St. Louis d S 1; Tim game will commence'at C.30 The Miners have been playing O'DOWD-ORTEGA nnrl others s Ainsmitb; Motboron' INTERNATIONAL Miner? have hecn playing a; Ore.. June 25.- .Mike niiinlKir of nul-oMovrn teams this seas-! O'Dowil of sr. Paul, fonnur middle-, en with good snccr-sa. I" the .north! welRhl clwiniiioii, and llaltling Oilega of this city a baseball OaXlaiul. Callfcrnia, (ought TOIfOXTO, .Idiii' -Thn following TTIrial slandinq nf dale: Wim ___ 22 Toronto........ 'K Hiifialu.......... Akro; Iteailins........ C.ity....... 21 >ias been orKanizcj Ihat Is doing amount of good among Ihe citi- zens of Ilial district and they deserve all Ihe liase-br.ll fans of thc onflrf! cily can give them. roumi draw licro last TV COBB'S KNEE BAD BUT HE WILL BE BACK lirst amateur hsld (his y video. WESTERN CANADA' Al Kdnionton: Ion 10 At Moose Jaw: S .la iv 12. TOOKESOFT03LLARS HJtheTOOftEHOOKlM Imprcwasilwloolf AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL TEAM TO TABER The t'. P. It. football loam JLJO to Taber this after- noon (o play the footballers of that town. They will leave on thc MO train and return In the earl? hours nf the. morning. PACIFIC COAST YOUNG MONTREAL WINS ________ WOOXKOC'KKT. H. 1., June- L'u. V'diniH Munlroal o' out- lnniUed Hoy Moore i'f St. Paul in 12 rounds nl first ouldoor hoxiiig fliO'V >ipld in Ihis slate here yester- day. WATCHING DEFENDERS NKWI'OKT. it. I., .hliie 25. Tlin inenilKTH of the New York Ya.eht c-oin- initiof ivliirfi v.'iil deckle, wfir-lher (ir V.uiite vfiall defend ttie Am- Thoroaa luire ]lo wnicli Hie work .tit the two canill- liKTPOIT. .Tune lUhed ri'iiurts that Ty Colin may lie nermanently out of chall n K result of a recent injury to hi? knee, were refill- (id here Ijy Dr. Wm. KeanP. 1-jerina's (ilp against Sir club "f 'he Deiroit Ion's KlMnmirk IV. wen Aineriranj-'. Au X-rav laVen Iminrilluli'ly after thn Injury. aVcovdliiK In Dr. Keani'. reveal- ed the kii'je had been severely wronrhod but thn! no liga- menls were torn. IH.< report-. the .physician ncldrd. showed Ihat was iirogrcsslng fafnctorlly at his home in Oaor- gin. but .would not return lo the fame ur.tll ho had com- plctely i FIGHT A DRAW (Iriffiihs ur .Mircn, Ohio, and "Xavy" Hosiiin of foughl u lo-roiinil draw liera last night.' J Vi inr.e Arthur of has iKifii appolnlerl povcniorgc-ncral of thc Vnbn of SouMi Africa. Me will lluxloii. Yes, These are, of Fashion-Craft For Oldster A standard suit of strictly correct cut Cut on conser- vative liiics. Made to-meet tlie needs of the man of 40 or over, who values his personal appearance, and wishes to retain a well clad look wit lout being freakish. Look for the label, it's a guarantee of make, quality, ser- vice and value. to LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK FIFTH STREET ;