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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920 THE HgRALD PAGE'ELEVEN BOWUWiO PHOKCAY Ing AesoclatfoirwUl tournament j m 8 P.W, Uo 0 fiotfirlforriSrjv and Sisler, St. Nich Nicholson the has taken the lead HIB TORONTO th.e ha't he Madvbrokfrarihlo a'ho'use on "ape avanue the night .'before, had gone upstairs aud hit a man la bed >n the head with hammer lUt id that a year ago child had been :illed by a motorisf He kad under tooff-that the man tor the deed at tie and accordingly had gone there, to the National League hatters Iron) Kogcr of St LoUs Nicholson experienced great je-iod Ht'thi bat during the week Is tipping the list with an average-6f .81 among placets have paled'In fitly or more' games. The released loday Include uf'iasl Wednesday. did not well with the willow and. drop- lied to .355A HbrnBb'yj creased his lead in total-bases.Co Cy itq-haVa .struck ft fioodoo in J3, as he has not sdde< to''thin nmnVcV'of circuit cloals )n the'past weeks, but still ho Is (hreV-ln front of his ieajnmale, .Meusel, -who ilai Carey, of PiUsburg, stole thred bases Idf, tfiaHjSst'.yeok arid-'is shbk Ingthnjwir itealenijsilh Si B u ris1- of -Waif York has taken tttf lead ,ullrotn .team male, ,as-the best run-getter. Burns registered 87 times to.Bancroft's.81 Other'leading'hatterB: Young, New .336 J. Sti IxiulBi .324; -king, -New .Yorkj .324; .319 Konelchy Hrpoklyni Fournier, .all'; Williams Philadelphia, .311. Speaker Again on Top iUeorge -gislcfc'lbe" who was ropping ihe hatters in American League, ran-into, a Jiattins feltuiip when the vaded tlie east on the last jaunt and a result.' Speaker, Cleveland's man- ager, is heading the" procession with an1 -Eddie Collins, captain of Ih'o Chicago.White gfeatly improved his halting mark mid Is pressing teammate, aid Jacksdn'fs biiUlng .377, Ruth .Collins .367. j Babe Ruth has played qnly one game siiiee th.6 'la'st iiverages, ppm: plied aifil !h 'itfat contest he cracked olit bis 44th home run. His total base record was -broyght' .to 316 :and scoring record to-.134..! of the sariie of an Infection on hfaf arm, but'is eipctted to be.back lineup next week. I'nico of the .Washington team, was not ablo to steal a'njr bas'es during the 3k, revenge When told hid (truck he wrong man, he rep-eL The victim's Injuries are not regard ed as _- i Old Country Football Scores LONDON. Sept. Associat- ed are the results of BnglUa football times played to- day: Tint Division Woolwich 0; Aston 0. Blackburn 1; Tottenham 1. Bolton 1; Manchester United 1. Hrsdford City 2; Burnley 0. Chelsea 1: 1. Everlcm 1; Bradford 1. Huddersfietd 1: Prestou 0. 'Manchester City 3; Liverpool 2. Oldham, 3; Mlddlesboro 3. Sunderland 3; Sheffield United 1. West Bromwlch 0; Newcastle 0. Second Division Birmingham 1: South Shield] 1. Blackpool 0; Bury 1. Coventry 0; Rothorbani-1. Hull Ilam 1. Leeds rnliail 3; PoHvale 1. Leicester 2; Clapton 1. Notts County 2; Bristol City 2. Sheffield Wedaesday-0; Barusk-y 0. Stoke 4; Notts Forest 0. AVolverharaptou 1; Fulham 0. Cardiff 3: Stockport 0. Third Division 'Brcutford 0; EjeteY 0. Brighton 1; Southend 0. Bristol Hovers I: Mllwall 2. Crystal Palace 3; Merthyr 0 Northampton 3; Urlmsby 1. Luton 2; Swlndon 0. Norwich 0; Plymouth 0. Reading 4; Newport 0. Southampton GillSngtiam S. Swansea 0; Portsmouth 0. Waltord 0; Queea's Park Rangers 2 Scottish League GLASGOW. Sept, Lea- football games played today re- sulted as Albion a. Ayr 1; Alrdrtbnlaaa I. Clydebank 1; Clyde 0. Dundee S; Faiklrk.fl. Hamilton 1; Dumbarton 1. I HIOH'COSt'OF DRINKING IN ONTARIO TUMBLES j TORONTO, Sept. is u drop in the high cost of living Jor a small section of the consuming1 -public. The Ontario government dispen- sary following the price mcBtlCiaies, -lagers, to take effect on September 7: Quarts by the dozen Kill be ?3.CO instead ot 54.5D; pints by the dozen will be in place of 13.00. Hibernians 0; Kllmarnock 0. Morton 1; Hearts J. Partick B; Mfrren 1. Ralth 1; Molhorivell 2. Celtic won the GlaBgow cap game from Lanark by 3 to 0. London, and. J. H. Gundy, Toronto are the..other delegates Canada. .While lu England, Ihe minister militia will attend Ihe raeeting.bt th'r Imperial Wat- Grayes; Commission which (ates London thli nioath. This Douubission haB chargi ot the graves ot all British soldier! who (ell during the war, whethei Mhey aro burled lit Buropa.or in tin dominions. There are about graves of Canadians on the: battK fields of Europe, about 3000 in TT .T Britain and.almost 6000 Hon. Hugh GuSlrte Will Attend] The policy at the Imperial to See About War Graves Also OTTAWA. Sept. Press) The international financial called under the autharitv oC-the sue of at which Hon. Hugh Guthrie, uiiulster ot militia, will rouro i Graves Commission is fiiat whereve... 'possible the cemelery .and graves