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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE T.ETHBRIPGE DAILYA- 1'IUDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus An I N1CHT OUT? I1 i j t X HOT To UOCKEO UO. OOM'T YCA) EVER THINK OT STAt IN.'Tlgsrs Drop Third Straight PHILADELPHLV. Sept. delphia mado it three straight from Jletroll today'by shutting out the vis- 'tora 2 to 0. Score: K. H. Detroit .0 2 Philadelphia 3 9 2 Morrissett: and -Slanage; Harris and.Perkins. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus S; Toledo 13. St. Paul 2-5; Milwaukee 1-3. Indianapolis 3; Louslvllie 2.. Minneapolis 5; Kansas City 4. .WESTERN CAN ADA At Moose 6; Moose Jaw 6, (called pni of ninth, 'liark- At Winni- peg J. At 7; .Saskatgpn BRITTANIAS GO AFTER THE CONNAUGHT CUP WINNIPEG, Sejni- Winnipeg Britlanlas, carrying with Ih'em the Conaaught cup hopes "of the wesl left last night for Toronto. They will play the first of a two-game series for the Dominion sot- 1 cer championship with the Wastinghouse team of Hamil- (on on Saturday. BYtfERIIEl .CARPENTIER SAILS FOR U. S. SATURDAY P4R1S, ..Sept. heavyweight bon- ing champion of Europe, will leave for the United States, to- morrow, according to news- papers here. Owen Sound's tax rate tor 3930 wil r be 40 mills two games scheduled.) NATIONAL LEAGUE .Team Standings Won Lost V...... G 53 Srooklyn 70 or> New Yqtl; GS S7 PItsburg 61 59 Chicago C3 CJ St. Ixruis......... 01 65 Boston.......' 43 eg SO 7? Pel. .666 .560 .548 NEW YORK, Sept. team which' will repre- sent'Canada tomorrow in the inter- national golf tournament with a Unit- ed States team at the Engineers' Country Club, arrived here yesterday anil will practice over 'the Roayln .520 course today. .49tii The party consists of 13 members, .484 leu regulars and.three substitutes, as .419 .407 Giants Grab One P'TTSnUHa, Sept. York wouud up Ha series here tnilay by wlnnlns from Pillslrars 5 lo 1. it. n. p.. 12 n Piilsburfi.....-......... i fj i Bamcs and Knydcr; Hamilton, WIs- ner aud Schmldl. Rins Pld It All ST. LOUIS. S.opl, pitched balled Cincinnati to a 3 lo 2 vie lory over St. Louis today. Ring's follows: C. Qricr, Royal _____ real; 0. S. Lyon, Ijiiriblon; William McLncljie, Kfinawaki; Marlln, Ilamilton; Seyinour Utnikjon; W. J. Tlroippsou, Itllssa.irgua, TorontQ; 0. H. Turpln. Royal Montreal; V. Q. llolrlitzel, Sarnia; Frank Thompson, Mispiitgir.v, iVorman Spoil, Mon.troal Snbstltutca: ii. L. Anilorson. sccre- of the Hoyal Canadian Golf As. Artams aud P. N. Donation; Ycates, Hay Lang. London, has issued, a writ against C: Hudson, of St John's, for damages tor injuries rcccivcil aicautq-iACclijent. More Tobacco Governor of A. A. U. of C. Gives Out South- ern Teams (Calgary Herald.) not be perm'rUed to the scries with the col- ored a baseball team barn- "stofmlbs the west at the present! time and elated for. a7 double- header en Monday next-.Thej first game will start'at 2.15 o'clock and the second .aj 5.15. .Teams playing with this nine will-- no 'longer be eligible to compete in amateur sport, according to a statement given'..'put; by a local governor of the of the Amateur Union of Canada. The Grants a repu- tation as a fast travelling aggre- gation and on the, tour'of the west they eral of the southern Alherta towns. A picked up tearn of dif- ferent players in the -south .will oppose the visitors iii the-twih fix- ture here. hits nearly rill, hall teams in Soulhorn Leth- hrldge All-Stars and Medicine Hat Monarchs. U. S. Crack Trap Shot Gives ;a Wonderful Demonstration iA Toronto Michel fS'ot SUre. Fcrnie Shows Good Upt Cooper 'Cup Play (Frooi Our Own' L-orrespoudrnl) -MICHEL, B. C., Sept. journeyed to Fernie last Sunday to play the final-.wlth Fernie team tori the Mutz Cup. ..It.was a hard, fasti game, played-on-h slippery field iua] drizzling rain. ;'rtie scorexwas one all.) No overtime being played it means play-off, has. been postponed in-] defrnitely owing to .the fact that Saw- yer, the .Fertile goal teder is away on a hunting .trip, and they are afraid to play without him. ,He Is a dandy goal I keeper but Fern'e sure shows sonw sporting spirit: holding .up h cup final especially when Iho teams.concerned__________________________________ bave to soon with'Alberta! teams for the Cooper Cup.- eighth inning owing lo the dusfc. The The Baseball Game Too return game lakes place tomorrow ball: team visited .Fernie and should be a dandy, last evening and played Fcrnie We have something special to offer, in Men's Overcoats cut in the lat- est style with vy ait woo! cloth, beau- tiful patterns, really worth SPECIAL PRICE Bert KesterV MEM'S SHOP i............... Home of 20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER TQRONto, Sept, Troeh, the Vancouver, crack, .shnt- hrpkb the, competition here' yesterday'.in: tha Iriterriation'al trapshootins tdurnaineht in'ooniidctldiy with the Canaaian.National Exhlbf- Jon. Troeh ia only four, birds behind B. V. Woodward of. Houston; Texas, for the grand' average. Troeh with 237 unfinished smashed the Can- adian long run record held by Frank Wright of Buffalo, with ?13. MAN 0' WAR SETS RECORD NEW YOK.K, Sejit. o' War, (ho great race horse, in preparation for appe.ironco in Saturday'B-raco at Dolmant Park, ivurkcd.a inllo ana a half yesterday In 2-5. Thla was 1-5 second faster than the American record established by .tlia.lhree-year- oW, Thiuiijcrclap, 100 'pounds up, at Ijuircl, Maryland, September 11, Man n1 War, jtvho worked un- der the heavy Impost lie will'carry In Saturday's was-'Flavor fully let out. BILLY STEWART GETS Out., Sept. Is an nouncnd that of Sault Ste. Marie, bantamweight champion of Canada, has been appointed trainer 01 Queens University athletic teams this coming season. BRITISHERS WIN ritlLADELVIllA, Sept. In- cognUea defeated the fcYankford cloven by an Inning and 21 runs. Tho visitors scored 252 runs in their first Innings. "DRUNK SANG PARROT Right Quick, Portland Man "Cover That Bird Up." Said, team.a.tie' game one to ono. It ended on account ot'darkness: ICeall, JUIeh- el's pitcher was in allow- ing only three lilts during-Ihe entire Fcrnie's- -was scored on Geo. Duncan, former Brantfofd po- liceman. who was to 13 years in Kingston' for manslaughter, fly ;In: Iras been.- released -after IS ]ETHRIDGEr. LABOR DAY 0; A. Eastmart stumbled up the stnirk ot his Gresh. am home at .1 one morning last week, after ntlcndinrj'n meeting' ot Hie Kastcrn Mulltiomah County Iteplibli-'' can Club, a strange volco-rnnE.''but Bharjily in Iho darkness: i "Drunk Mrs. h'Eslman'a ulster had arrived lhal day for a visit at tho Eastman home, hut .O. A. know tho utrango voice not that of 'his slator-in- law. rushed Into Mrs. Eastman's room.-reBardless-of, tiro hour to tell her of the phenorncnon. "There Is Inothins pheuamenal- about lhal; go to directed Mrs. Kiistman. I Their next evening whon members i of the club met at tire, ISastmun home lo talk over flnanciiis the club, man "Gentlemen, wo have no difficulty in raising money among fellow republicans for llili campaign, kuowing as Ihej' "Drunk sang out a clear small voice from a corner of the dining room. "Mother, cover that fool said 0. A. Whon Mrs. Kaslman's sister wenl .0 visit at the ISaslnian home she! look her parrot along. HELD UNDER THE AUSPICES OF ABOVE ORGANIZATIONS AT THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS, Lcthbridge FIELD AND TRACK EVENTS, FIVE-A-SIDE FOOTBALL CON- TEST, WRESTLING ON HORSEBACK, TENT. ETC., BY THE R. C. M. P., TUG-OF-WAR, BABY SHOW, ETC. Admission to grounds (including ,Gents SOc; Ladies 25c; Children under 16, Free CUP NOMiHATIONS TOHONTO, Sept. There nre thirty-nine nominations In the William Mulock cup and tho Durham cup (or the autumn mooting of the Ontario Jockey Club hero. Doth are chellengc- cups, one presented by Iho Enrl ot Durham and ths other by Sir Mu- sr.i! saeh lini tiie bum ot added. UNION CHURCH PICNIC AT FERNIE (From Our Own Correspondent) PHIINIE, Sept. older child- rcn of the United and Baptist churches and tho Salvation Army, aro holding .a picnic this afternoon al the City I'ark and the weather being Ideal for outdoor sports, Ihe affair Is proving a Joyous success. INSURING SILENCE "How did Jones manage to reform that nagging wife of "He bribed her hairdresser to tell her that talking canned Transcript. Three cases. of smallpox were re- ported from the Indian' reserve near Dcserontfl. PHONE 666 410 FIFTH STREET K-W Service Station Service Station for the.faoionj K-W Magnetos. All makej of- magnetos, generators, colls re- paired. stock o( repair parts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 618 4th South PHONE 738 Genuine "Rainbury" Overcoats -Lightness, warmth and rain- resisting quality arercssential- ly embodied in these fine Pall Overcoats. Made of guaran- teed English Al) Pure Wool. The material is light, close- textured, warm, because it per- mits circulation of air, and absolutely showerproof, These Overcoats are roomily cut, cosn- yet essentially smart. Kull, tree lines wide skirt. Tlaglaii sleeves or 'sot-In shoulders, Shown In nlivp? mid dark greens. Designed lo tho man of taste and meet his business needs. PRICE LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHIONCRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK 318 FIFTH ST. ;