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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THli A' JUXE 20, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By Gf McManus You'll Me What We Serve and; How We Serve THE SIPGRIU N. H, MURRAY, MANAGER Cerner Fourth Ave. .ind Fifth St. FOOTBALL: Scott Cup. Fragments vs North Lethbridge Adams Park 6.5O MONDAY BASEBALL: Columbus Club vs Bankers Eckstorm Park 6.45 Rotarians Again Tie For Second Place; Defeat at Adaihs BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. LEAGUE STANOINO Banters Miners ___.'.... Jtotariaus W. L. 4 a 1 5 P.C. .655 .511 .531 .167 -NEXT Columbus Club vs. ankers at Ecksloriu Part. Monday s, June SSth, at 6.J5 Ebarp. Those merry Cogwheelers went into a place tie with Ihe Jiiners at AdWns Part list night when. in an risiilbitlon or tie pastime which left a lyhblo lot to be deilred, Ihoy steam- rollered over the Columbus Club crow tot die lime ot 13 to 8. It wasn't a soupc which could be called thrilling, ajid it roujht hare teen. considerably Improved in "spots. The earned runs Rotes 2. showing that IKo fielding Was ragged in spols. RiSpath sidjvcns were- tho mouridEmen. The former pitched ver> good ball, though up to the standard of. the game against the Miners wbuD lip .hung lip a shutout. He was nlc TO? sir lilts, but Some unfortunate bbnblca .behind hid allowed them U develop Into eight runs. Three wild throws in thd- seventh Ifct the Clubs rjiil four over the pan. tvcns was ot the C.C's. butll was very evidenl.thal the mourn isn't his regular position. Eight hits were gathered off Tiim, but .his in cllMllon lo wilahesa was his undoing He walked seven men during; the game. Six ot these scored. The Tfates put the garno, on :lty the third frame yvhen'; they' riegotla'tec acvon Four'; walks, .two, rwih throws and'- .and- rjir'co hits, one i beautiful three, bagger' Link worth. were; responsible.. Lcn.Greea pHclied tlifc': eightli. Innings, "lie -it, sued a 'pasiV anuHhe ranufer counted on two passi-j halls and a Idng sacrt flee fly by'TUdBalh. Griiy-'nine, oieiv; faced. Hliliiath (in ha first innings." Ridpftth get IOIIE one 10 left in he first, bufwfts cut down at the plate when lie tried to stretch it iuto a Omer. Brlggs played second baso for tha Jotes. fftiw agreed he was a keystone sscker than an arbi-. trator ot balls and strikes. NATIONAL LEAGUE Won I Lost Urooklyn Chicago .St. Louis PitUburg Boston New York i. the llfelcs staged'a nice double jPhiladelphia Jay in tho1 ninth, cutting doyn. a mdding effort of the G.C.'s to score. BOX SCORE 31 31 ..30 1'G :27 '.583- -uu4 .534 .50S .SOU 29 2C 51 SI .m C. Grecri, cf-p Wrlsl, 21) Mvingston. Ib now. tennedy.'Sb Barns. If-rf ell, rf Vaselenas. ss Biggs, c L'vins, pcf1.'.. AD It II P.O A E Divide Double-Header BOSTON, June 26. Boston Brooklyn divided o double bill 110] Hrobkfyn taking the first same 21 1 1 and Doslon tbe second 4 to 2. 0 SI 0 First gariie: H- H, 302 0 Brooklyn.............. S C 0 0 1 3 Boston 1 7 1 "I 'Cadoro and Krueger; I' Hcarn.and Gowdy. j Second 16 0 0 .0 0 (I1 t' S 0 2 iUtfnliiiuiad'from Page Whereas tho farmers wno have suf-j fcred so from the windstorm aro reailr, and would be glad to bo enabled- to ys-orlr bul their own salva- itlon by conslruut'lng the canals forth- wilhfiand "Whereas some time must elfipso before all .the'-necessary forraalltieB cuii through prior to Ihe Issue of II Is doublful If ,'.he fin- ancial absorb these; de- bentiircai when-Issued; "Therefore be-It resolved that'this meeting requests' our govornment 'ol the. province of Alberta, as an emer- gency measure, to iirovide- sufficient fuuds to.. construction work to be started at once, such ruonjos to be repaid to'Hhe government upon! 'the marketing of the The provincial Premier j UOR..- C.. 1 was.. the_, rieit I speaker' and received a good recep" jvlndul government would not ask for financial assistance tho Dominion gov- ernment would do tha preliminary sur- vey work.' Negotiations fleoperied "It seems to me u Is my duty to tell the people ihat any impres- sion that the provincial govern- ment is stubborn' in this matter IB wrong. 1 want to say that im- j should be removed from your minds. Wtthln'the past few Premier Stewart has resum- ed communications with the fed- eral .authorities. I am not at liberty, to jive you the contents but i want to say it Is along the lines of our being willing to have this niatt'e'r reopened.- "The situation Is this, that Pre- mier. Stewart has -written a com- munication tfc Premier Borden along the lines of reopening, the whole question. All I want to .say is .that we still have an open .mind on the matter and If the federal government has changed Its mind and has taken different grounds because of. the situation then we are 6pen for further nego- tiations along this line." Continu- herald word will have awaited "The one point before the meeting NEW-ARRIVALS IN TWEED HATS FOR SUMMER WEAR These tweeJ hats arc light and from light "weight tweed and worsted cloths. JuSt the thins for summer much cheap'ar than a felt give as much service. Priced from BERTKESTER'S -a; MEN'S SHOP The Home of 20th Ce'ntury Clothing Alexandra: Hotel Block On'lhe Corner Sang, c Morrison, Ib If Ttid nose, ss Jackson, cf Dunsvrorlh, rf Ilrigga. 2b _ _ _ -.IS S C L'4 12 '6 AH U H PO A J) i i i 7 r.o 1 1 12 5 XYV.O. Hits 80V LADKLPJIIA, June flcial effect i great deal of Interest lo wbat baa been en I. n hero to assure you that ll.-can; granted lhat there are secUons.of tlie cbimlry, musl liavtf'irrigStion. You can It, for prar.led Hint the legisla- aiid govoiriinVn't realize the bene- al effccl of on 'certain lands P1TTSBURG, June as-got to the point'as, whether It can proceed to, how quick- pafh S, bsses bn balls, Irlhs Football Next Week Owing to the faci that tlie soccer league has iraifEferred all games to Adams following mcnt of the schedule for nest week has been necessary: June vs. North Ijeth- bridEo; referee. (Scoti-cup June Lcthhridge vs. Min- ers. W. llolberlon, July George's Miners, 'played. (Scott cup tleV. J. Mocrc. referee. -July Lethbridge vs. Frag- (senior league W Holberton. referee. All previous dates for next week cancelled. .FOOTBALL SPECTATORS Tho football executive of the city desires to bring prominently before tbo MINERS INTERMEDIATES WIN .AT COALDAl-E >r iriter'raedl- C- ales Journeyed to Coaldalo laat night to booV.'ui! with Ihe: irri- gallon 'Intermediates''fa. s -ball game which went to the plack Diamond "boys. 7 lo 5. Sea- man pitched a nice game for and will be helping bis brother ail.tia r the- -senior league" bctbfe ____ _ ilon as be caniR to the front of the! this afternoon IK contained in the last platform. "I have listened wltti a '-paragraph ot the resolution. We can dtEinifs everything else. The nrovm- :cial' government is interested In this .matter to the extent that we believe tBo Iftgbilatiire I.s.belilud us. We can- aibt dp 'anvthlriK -that u-e believe the je'glclitu'rc'is not' behind. We have to decide in our own minds thaC tho legislature is with' us. Wo have to know thai Ihc public of the province behind us. When we reach that point then we can go ahead and crys- tallize it. The legislation you hanro represented Ihc feeling at lhat tlmo." Discussing Iho question of 'money Ihe mlnrstcr said: "I am hens lhh> afternoon to say that this involves from the start expenditure of a large amount of money It involves Ihe legislature in making arrangements .which the govornment has 'no power to Ha." Lejiislatlon Needed, To Go Furlhtr Continuing, the speaker cJplained that It might .be noJessary, to r this money, to sot a warrant tron the lieutenant-governor, which action AMERICAN LEAGUE Won 2S 20 20 1C 2'i 30 3K. 44 CYRUS WON HISTORIC BROOKLYN HANDICAP NEW YORix, June rM- dcn by.Knsor. won the thirty-seventh running of the historic lirooklyn han- dicap on the Anucduct course today. Ikmllace was second nnd Mad Ila'ler third. The 3Tlh running of tbe historic Cleveland Now York Chicago.... Boston St. i-ouis Detroit Philadelphia TJaers Were Out ST. LOUIS, Juno Lion is "ral- lied in the eighth today and defeated Detroit 10 to C, after Ihe visitors had overcome i slr-nm lead. 1 Detroit'............... t! 13 i St. Loulo 10 "W 1 Ehmke, Avers and Manion; Weil- man, Shocker and Severold. Athletics Lose- 16th Straight WASHINGTON, June Philadel- phia suffered Ils 16tb straight loss today, Washington winning 4 to 2. Philadelphia 2 1 ,3 Washington 4 9 2 Naylor and Perkins: Khaw and r.harrily. Sox Get lo Covey CHICAGO. -June (catert Coveteskic the lime this season today, u-iunlng from Cleveland session of tbc legislature the gov- ernment introduced legislation re- garding, irrigation in general and in regard to helping :tne Pet. Norlhern project. The government .601 recognized- by legislation Ihe meas- uro of financial support It thought de- Birable under the circumstances and as il thought then It longest slop It conld take and whether il is adequate or Inadequate' thf govern- .339 ment must hear ino responsibility. "I Intend to say this, that tbs gov- ernment (n ils legislation felt It was Interpreting the public inlnd inasmuch circumstances in Ihe liopo that in tbo! best Inlevesls of the promotion of tbe: sport In Ihe city they may more fully look o the public for co-operation1 In Ihe carrying out of all matches. Ileferoca aro appointed with full authority on the field of play and decisions daring a match arc final. .2. Barracking ot referees and Tplay- era by spectators .Is a practice'which 'cannot be countenanced by tfeif; eiecu- tlveBunder any clrcumslancei. The executive U finding the procur- ing; ot refereea for matches a hard lasl; Brooklyn handicap on the Aqueduct course today brought, out a fast field of seven horses. The race is for one mllo and ii furlong. Among Hie, entrants was Sharp Kllmore'.s Kvlermlnator. five-year-old gelding which won tlie Kentucky derby two years ago. The only (Urea-ycar-old named to start was Harry Payne Whitney's Wild Air. Kd ward The Porter will carry top weight. He baa been pounds. the speaker- said govc.rnmu.v not like f.o, take. "We liavi no means of procuring this ht referring: It) the government'i power under eslsliiis legislation. Tne speaker explained lhal it a mere matter o' lending moncj may as well put up the col rash as to guarantee. Iho bonds. 1 we wcrb obliged to procure inone we would have lo pay a large ainoun and Ihun'it -we guaranteed Hi bonds our credit (s drawn nn Jus s much as It wfe1 secured the money, hision said; "I think ought to lake 'something' to do and In getting Irrlga- fair inoaEure of- responsibility joint- tloh as well. If there Is no Vith lae Dominion government, but don't think .tile prqrlucial govern- lent .should take the whole burden." Mr. Hoa.dley, 'M.L.A. Following Hon. (k "h. .'Mitchell, eorge Tloadley. toot MIC .piat. orm., The question is, he'said'. iiial want irrigation nni'chowi you uro to get it. How'cau you: get the money? Between "the Dominion and lie provincial governments, he "con- Inued, the farmers n'erc be- weeu two milts. Tho" great need was 'or those In authority to put away :all deas of'dignity and get together and do something. "They, think of dignity jut nol of thu suffering of.thc'pco lile." A Precedent Mr. Mitchell, said Mr. Jloadlcy, had jointed out the difficulty of gelling [he money for irrigation; but he had for a precedent what was done in regard to flpanclng the railways In the north, when the bonds could not he the amount of two ml! lions wanted. The money wns pro vided by tho 'government and volet on after by the legislature. That was sufficient justification to get.enough way of getting the money, he conclud- ed, get the provincial government to .advance' sufficient to.get the' work started. Invitation to Province Mr. Jclliff was.iisotn called 'to Uic" plalfon incnts1 reply (o some of_the slate- ot the two 'provincial members., Ho read ihe-statemcnt made recently In the Domlnlou house by Hon. Artbni Melghen, in which, it Is contended, the provincial government' was given an Invitation lo SiscusE irrigation: In I'Cfercnce lo how that work shoiilil bo done, the speaker said clllzent! did not want to Invite a "bunch of China- men and Japs' In' ID. do'tho work farniers can do." Premier Will Get.South's Views' Mr. Mitchell again spoke for a-'minv uto. He suld: 'TVhen I go back to Edmonton Iwl II interpret to Iho prom- ier and the government the feeling ot this meetiua as I see it- today. -Yoti can rely on il I. will slvc the bost possible presenlallon It is poeslblo for me to give." Mr. Mamoch reviewed the avenuea of aclfon to the 119 given by the previous speakers, and ot tho money for. gelling the llou project Elarlud, and, as compar-J cd to llje railways, there- was addl-l1: v.'ondereJ if( warrant could inook winds. lieutenant-governor's oblalnod lo stop the 'In reference to the aa tho Lcthbridgc Northern and the! he said. Ho referred to an clement ijcr general public of Iho province, arolof risk in thetmatler of management concerned. We have got to look claimed cannot bo Alberta as a opinion overcome, or the of this Lethbridge ;pro-j finances would.never.have come up. tional .security In :lhc ji-riguiion. Suggests Special Session Ho bioiight forth a large volume of cheers tjy declaring that II the gov- ernment hail' doubts as lo adopting this (proceJure tho slmplo matter would be In call n.special session o! Ihc tcglslnluro.. 11 could., bo called mortgage Mr. Marnoch' wonlcd to knpiv what gpflrl'tho mo'rt- will bo to anyone after all IV.c A vote of thanks to Mr. Marnocb at the con- Importance may get uji to national liiiiiortance.; So now we bavo tho down lo a definite poinl, com- behind Mr. Tilitchel! "tnlil. about Iheig'ovcrn- mcnt and the mortgages and kaid th-.1. provincial government bos put. Itself S-h niunlcationE back idi! forth between- worth' 'b[ mortgages. than a million dollars' He said tha the Dominion and trdyiDCial govern-! question of whether or not the provin. ments regarding Tesjponsl.blllty elat government Is to stand fully be- cr nncing this projecMftihd yie matter i tho bonds or whether tho Ho got lo the point at lnat tbo. rnlnion govemmenl Is to help mus! federal authorities thai they would takj grtuml liy for the Riid Cleveland............. 1 Chicago.............. C 7 2 Covelcakie, Faith nnd O'Neill-. Wai- Hams and Rchalk. Oo-la-la, You Babe XBIV VOI1K. June 2o.--llulh drove out IWD home runs lod'iy. feiilcd New York (1 to Boston............... 6 f> N'ew York 4 Pennock and Qnlnu, Thor- niahlen and Tlannah. bringing It lo a Hmlnary Informal hand. "That may not look to be but It is a very serious proposition which the federal a'JthorlliCs assum- ed. this la not as full polritpwherc. all pre- of I be acl. 'iM ation' 'would bo ati marlicllnc (if I be worked out bv the- government. Mr. Mitchell did not think there was mach use of rushing the TRIAL RACE OFF KVHVPORT. H. I., June trial race between the Itesolutc nnd the Vonito was called off after the provincial government would like to sen tlsm wo thought they should go further and the minister seaiion's rece'rcTto 22, but IJosion