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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WOE SIX JPHF. IFrHBRffiGE DAILY HERALD THUnSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1920 BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McMarius f x y u QjA i _7jV_... Pro Bono Publico To tlwse who haven't, Should! Eat At The SILVER GRlli Open Day a lid Nigii; We Buy the Beit, Cook tho anil Glva the Best Strvlce In Town SIGN: GOOD EATS SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, Manager. 41h Avenue and 5th Street Bennett Shield Games To Start in Lethhridge Saturday; Tabet Coming FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF OLYMPIC GAMES Fragments From France to Try To Bring Covetd Trophy To Lethbridge This gary Callies Dangerous i S PRIZE FIGHTS IN BOSTON liOSTON, Sept. sional'nrl.Ze tights opeu to the public were legalised in Boston today. t Soccer fans ate promised a real treat on Saturday next, wheri .Taber will play the Fragments the 1st round of the Bennett Shield.: The same will start tit f 5.30, in Adsms Park. On the fol- lowing -Sept. 15th. the return game will be played at Taber, tots) goals of the two to .decide. J. Curt-'-Will referee" the Saturday fixture. The winners of this game play Xftlgary fn Calgary on Saturday the ,18th. The return game will be 'played at either Taber or Lethbridge al a date to be announced later. Lethbridge fe'els.sure of a vic- tory against Taber and expects to be Able io put up a good fight against the champion Calgary team. The Fragments, champion: .of-Lethbridge, have a strong team arid will be able to give Lethbridge a good Viame in the big pro- vincial affair. k The Fragments are ready for the contest fn every way. The players have; kept themselves In good condition. It it quite likely that Jock Anderi'Jn may be miss- ed from the defence line on ac- count of his knee. LocalBuiidog Makes Clean-up iSpeciai to Tho Herald.) TORONTO, Sept. S. Western female bulldog Compassion II cleaned up at tlie Toronto Exhibition, belujj bred, 1st lliuit, apont. and winner's prize. Com- j i pzssloii H Is owned by the Chinook Lethtiridge, and was a halt-1 I Klster'to the sensational dog South-! i port Jotfre who died at Montreal last t I week on tils way to tlie Shcrbrooke I show where Cotiipassion II also topped i i her flnasBS. Eiperis considered this 1 brace toube the best brace ot bulldogs over owned arid Ehowu hy any ex- blhitor on this aiclu ot the Atlantic. Compassioil II was raised right here in Alberta from. p. brace of bulldogs Imported by Mr. Tuson. seven yeara ago. "BABE" RUTH'S NEW CONTRACT HAVANA, Sept. Ruth of the New York American tefigue team has signed a contract to take, part in a series of 10 games here beginning October 31, accord- ing to a story published here! The games in which Ruth is to partic- ipate will be played a per- iod of two weeks. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standings Brooklyn New York Plttsburg Chicago St. Louis IJoslou Philadelphia Won Loit 73 54 76 67 74 67 06 '62 .50 52 53 SI 67 M 11 Pet. .rj75 .571 .501 .523 AM .473 .403 .397 P1I1LADELPHU. Sept. tiglit here last night between Harry Wills, New Orleans, und Sdm McVey, of California, was stopped in the sixth round, the. referee claiming that Mc- Vey was stalling. Wills was the ag- gressor, throughout and liad the better of every round. The bout svas to have gono eight rounds. CUT DOWN YOUR TIRE EXPENSE by having us vulcanize your damaged (Ires. Tbat will re- store them lo long service nhether the damage be n idn hole puncture or a long cut-or tear, the cost of tires is slead- ilj increasing. Uu.r vulcanirlng (vlli relieve you of all worry on that jcdre t6r a long time to- come. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE'16M E.-CHAPl-iN, Lethbridge. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 3rd AVE. S. B. CHAPLIN, Mecltod. Brooklyn Wins i PHILADELPHIA, sspt. Ivh here tadaj i 7 to 4. Score: -n. H. E Philadelphia ........1...-.4 10 3J (4X0 batteriesV New York Takes Two First game: R. H. B. New York...... 'G 11 0 Boston................. 0 .4 1 Toney and send and O'Neill. Second game: R. H. B New York 5 12 0 Boston i 7 i Saieo and Smith; Itudoipb and Gowdy. Lefl, the start ot the metre woVkiug race, won by Figerio, of Iln ly. wonderful action photograph showing Charles W. Paddock win- ning the 100 hieln' final, after a record-breaking jump nt the finishing tape. Bottom, French. Swedish and American racers rounding the turn in the 4tli heal ot o.upo.metre race, which was won by Joseph Olullemum, of ce, the figure bi front. t _, _ ,ir INTERNATIONAL Akron 0, Toronto 7. Rochester 0-J; Duffalo'10-2. Jersey City 14; Reading 6. Syracuse 2-1; Baltimore 3-4. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Team Standings Won SI S3 Cleveland New York Chicago..... St. Louis Boston...... Washington Detroit Philadelphia...... Lost 01 IJ4 50 04 OL! 81 87 I'ct, .623 .012 SOU .481 .'152 .330 St. Louis Chicago Philadelphia Detroit......... others li. H. 12 5 S It. II. 6 S 4 11 TOBACCO Mei-yeai-s ofdomination Canada's preference PACIFIC COA3T Seattle 3; Oakland 2. Vernon 3-3; Sacramento 2-2. Portland 3; Los Angeles 4. San Francisco B; Salt Lake 1. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 2; St. Paul S. Toledo 15; Columbus 2: Louisvillo 3; Indianapolis 1. Minneapolis-Kansas City, postponed, wet grounds. Mantonj who started at 33 to 1, finish- ed third. The result completely re- versed old form for the sea- son. Pitcher Mack Went Wild And Losl Five Kurt of Excitement TtEOIXA, Sent. won the uonil gaine of the, post reason ECriea j here to.hiy' 7 to 6 alter one of the most wildly exciting contests played hi JtQgtnrt this year. Reglna overcame a five-run lead In the eighth inning owing to tlm, ivildncss of Pitcher Mack. Score; It. II. K. f'iilftary a 8 1 li'-'Rinn 7 S ThnlUndor and Wins; Dally, Kvuns and Whaling. Herald Football Competition ,ENTRYFORM Soccer fana! Have you soul in yonr guess on the results of the Old Country gomes on Saturday? Here's a chance to win good muney. You Lave only till tomorrow night, or first mall Saturday morning for the coun- try, to get in vour entries. Clip the .entry fqrm.ahd drop it with the fee of K cents. Into the Herald office before you overlook St. Prizes will bo in with the number of. ciilrios. received, and :ill mimics'received'will be; awarded i lo-tbe winners.-. For a start the Her- I aid is up to 525.00, I but Ir-.lhe'inu.mber of entries prove: to 'be'larger than'that amount! so much more for the-'prizcs.' This is only a.start. Get in on it. All yoli hav'o! to do Is to cross out the the team you eicpcot'to lose. It a draw Is anticipated cross out both names. No goals are Ihe winning team. Each.entry mast be oa the proper GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 11TH CLOSING DATE SEPT. 10TH MIDNIGHT First Division Arnenal vs. Manchester City. AKIOII Viiln vs. Tottcnliam Hot- Illackbiirn Hovers vs. Sundcrland. niiHuit Wanderera vs. W. Hroini Albion. Scccrtd Division Kulhani VE. West Ham. Hull City vs. llrlstpl City. .South Shields vs. Barnsley, Wolvcrhampton vs. Bury.- Third Division Oiliingham vs. Mcrlhyr Town. Norwich vs. Crystal 'Palace. Northampton vs. Waftqrd. .Southampton vs. Portsmouth. 1 enter Ilia Herald Football Com- petition In accordance with the rules ar.d conditions announced above, and agree to accept Ih6 pub- lished decision as fln31 and legally binding. Signc-d___. Address We opened up a new lot of Military Flannel.......... WORKMRTS and a. large aBsortment .of....... WORK GLOVES in different. styles and materials. We feel sure that-these goods will give you the utmost in service. The prices are right. Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP Hcmc of 20th. Century. Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER form, which on (his pase every day, arid must be accompanied with an entry fee p! K cents. INCOGNITO CRICKET TEAM PHILADELPHIA, In- cogiillo team crick- eters the fourth match of their tour today when they met the isTew York-Halifax cup Haver- ford. The visitors won their matches with the Krankford anil the Philadel- phia Cricket Club teams and secured a farorahle draw in their match with the Merlon Cricket Clul} which wns Interruptedi hy r.iin.' Herald Football Competition Week ending close midnight Sept. 10 governing the competition are as follows: 1. Tiie competition called The Herald Football Competition. 'I. Competitors will be" entitled to HH many' entries as they desire, pro- vided 'each entry la acculnpanicd hy twenty-live' cenlR, and coupons lo the number of entries. 3. Competitors must crosa out the names of I ho clubs they think .Till lose and crosn out the names of If they conslacr a draw will re- sult. Coupons, cftil only be secured from the sporting page of The Her- lid. 5.. All monies received will be re- turned in prizes. The amount and niimhcrfl of prizes will Ijo published every Monday morning for that week's games. Results of competi- tions will bo published every -'.Wed- day and cheques to successful competitors will ho mailed trained- iatclv on receipt of confirmation hy Ihe Athletic Nuwa. (i. All entries aitist bo posted or deliverer! In The Herald before mld- nlgtil on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from points outside of the city of Lethbridge will bo considered na containing a legitimate entry. 7. The name and address ot the competitor must bo clearly marked an each coupon. 0. Stamps must not he ueed as wynient for entries. 10. All entries must ho ciddroBS- ed to the Editor, Football Corapetl- lion, Herald, Lothbrldge. 11. The Sporting fiditor'6 docls; Ion will be final. IS. Employees ot The Herald are barred from the coinpetf'.lon. PHONE 666 I.ONDOX. Scut- viclory of t-onl gray colt Caligula In tlie St. LfB-.r. ibr- last of the "classic" I races at Dnmaslcr today was a great I surprise tn iht- rating public, but ho i has iioc-n Consistently fancicil by big last Jnne at Ascot, I bo won Ihci Ajcot Derby Stakes of a j mile and ;i half in'decisive i beating among others, Orpheus, sec-1 ond favorite u.ilay. Cialfgulit nclila an-' other victory lo the long list of win- I nlngs of ihp product of his famous sire. Tlie Tclrarch, his damo being iSnool. Tim fHflurp of the favorite, I Spion Kopf, v-as a great disippoint- i mpnt to the- piiblla.whose faith la tho J derby wianor never failed. i Sir Eiiward Million's Silvern, a bay colt by PolymcIas-SIIverrowl and third favorite, ran into second place, !ri'-l.o a rank outsider, -Lady FIFTH STREET Wee MOD Station the famoqs K-W Magiy.tiu. All makes ol Tnagneloa, generators, colta re- paired. FM11 stork of uinnlf fiKrts car- ried. All work guaranteed. MAOflETS RECHARGEO The Roy Electric Co. 4lh Avtnus South PHONE 735 Time to Change Hats Time to change buy- ing habits, if you still _ haven't got the popular' angle on our values that challenge comparison. The Days of Style's Transition Well 'Met Carry great Live Up to It, New Fall Lowest prices and most original varied assort- ment. Here you may choose with'exceptional ease from names that are institutional in the world of dress, Stetson, Borsalino and Knox. In colors that live up to the present-day light and dark green, smoke light brown heather, quail and tO SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 318 FIFTH STREET ;