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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta .PAGE SIX THE LBTHBRITX5E DAILY HERAUJ -._ t SATUKUAY, SEPTEM6M 11, 1920. BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus 6OCIAL DON'T XOO OEIT A.RCXJNO AMD MEET SiONE Or THE ,CAr4'T TM.K TO THIts COLLAR ON' THAT'S JUbT LIKE YOU yrXt-lbH SUITij WHERE NMOULO WE. BE IF IT POO. NA.TORXU -A.. t XOU WOULD BE WITH V3UR "SUM YOg HA.VE Pro Bono Publico To tbosa who have at, Should! At The H'Ojin Day We Duy the Beit, Cook the Best and Give the Beet Service Iri Town SIGN: GOOD EATS SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, Mariiger. 4th Avenue and 5th Street FOOTBALL TONIGHT; FRAGMENTS vs TABER Bennett Shield Opens At Adams Park Tonight With Fragment vs Taber Lethbridge Has Not as Strong Team as Possible on Account of Accident and Outcome of Game is Consid- erably in Wilt Start at 5.30 O'clock. With a weakened team the Fragment! will go into the Ben- nett Shield competition at Adams Paris tonight agalntt Taber. The Sams will rttt be a cut and dried by any means and the vylll have to play hard ;for a victory. The game will comm-iice at 5.30' o'clock" "sharp the admittance lo.the grounds 1 will be twenty-flvt centt. Tabir playing same good football this teason. Some LethbrfdVe players well know their football and the same 'Is very much' in the7 dark. The Fragments veteran players Jock Anderson and Divlt have always been players to be reckoned with. However local fans can be as- sured, that the Fragments will do their best to keep Lethbridge In 'the Bennett shield competition. ;The Fragments would like very much to meet Calgary. Bot> Chts- ,wick will be ori the job and In Bob the fane always place a great oVal of confidence. Trielonly.Ve- gret they have had this season Ir [that Bob has not been in the game ARE TRYING TO MANIPULATE BETS CLEVELAND, Sept. Police Prosecutor Edward Stanton last night directed the chief of the de- tective bureau to InvettTate origin of reports said to have been sent from here to New 'York today to the effect that members of the New York American league team had been Injured. The police Ifeve this city U the headquarters for men who leek to manipulate bets on big league ball games by sending out false repo.rtt, Reports such at these, Stanton says, come undsr the classification o? a'n .'attempt 'to defraud and are 'In vtalbtlcn of Ohio law. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn Cincinnati ____ York Plttsbn'rg Chicago I.ouis Boston Philadelphia American Farm Bureau Federation ere working out plans for greater utilization of the Brie Canal from Buffalo to New York for grain shlp- tnonis. CHICKEN COMING- I .-BACK IN MANITOBA WINNIPEG, Three years' sa'rictuary, vlnclal sjatutes; the if" prairie chicken In Manitoba, will ...raised this autumn and sportsmen will have one week In which to shoot with- out fear of itinerant game guard- fans and lesser minions of the law. By order-ln-councll the provin- cial government will declare an open season for prairie chickens from October'15 to 22, inclusive, and by 'so doing make It legal to shoot chicken for the first time 'In Manitoba since 1917, when the lid was put on as a result of the scarcity of birds in Manitoba. READY FOR BOUT CHICAGO, Sepl. Pete .Herman of New Orleans, bantamweight cham- pion, was ready to defend bis title at East Chicago today against jack Sbarkey of New York, in a scheduled bout. Fight fans einccl sharp battle. Team Standings Won Lost' Pet. His Workouts in Commercial Club Are Drawing Interest- ed Fans Each Day S ____ 74 55 74 59 69 61 67 67 SC' OS ei 76 62 SI .587 .674 .555 .'S30 .500 ..483 .448 .434 Eleven Innings BROOKLYN, Sept. lO.Brootiyn won from St. Louis today by a score of 9 .0 S in 11 Innings and strengthened ts hold on first place. Score: R. H. B. St. Louis ...................S 13 3 Brooklyn................___9 15 2 Sherdell and Clemohe; Marquard, Pfielfer and Miller. Two Straight PHILADELPHIA, 'Sept. ijiirg made it two straight from Phila- delphia today, S to 3. Score: R.H.E. Pitlsbure ...-.................S 14 2 Philadelphia 3 and Schmidt; Hubell. Ehrmann and Tragr'esaor. CINCINNATI-BOSTON, rain. NEW YORK-CHICAGO, not sched- uled. AMERICAN LEAGUE CUT DOWN YOUR TIRE EXPENSE by having us .vulcanize, your itamagcd tires. That will re- store them lo long service whether tie damage be u pin hole puncture or a long cut or teir The cost of tires IB stead- Hi increasing. Our vulcanizing irlll rellevi; you of all -worry on that score fo.r a long lime to come. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, Lethbridge. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 1712 3rd AVE. 3. B. CHAPLIN, MacliOd. Team Standings Won Lost S2 51) Chicago 81 52 STew York 84 53 St. Louis 61 65 x' BoEion 6t 11 Detroit 01 Washington 6fl 69 Philadelphia 43 89 GRAND OPENING CARNIVAL 30-ROUNDS-30 GEORGE ROSS vs. BERT HUGHES OF VANCOUVER OF SEATTLE (10 ROUNDS) Hughes la tho undisputed fealherwclght champion of the Pacific coast. JOEFARRELLvsBENNYTRAVERS OF SPOKANE OF MILWAUKEE (10 ROUNDS) Two Of the classiest boys ever seen In Alherla. One Six-Round Semi-Windup One Four-Round Preliminary Jud i Pet .621 .618 ,613 :461 .325 Since yesterday afternoon's work- out in the Commercial Club when Ross and Farrell, two of Ihe principals n tho ten round -events on lhe> big Milus show, which will be staged at the .Majestic Theatre next Wednesday night, Sept. 15th, stepped out for a Lhree round "warm-up" every who saw them Is talking about the appear- ance, of the two toys. Ross looks like a.'wincer. He shapes up woriflerfhlly well in the work outs. He Is a chunky lad with lots of pep and Is full of action. That he will make Bert' Hughes step neit "Wed- nesday night Is a foregone conclusion; Hughes will be in Lcthbrldge 'on Saturday 'afternoon, remaining here nntil after the fight, Already Ross Is'l talking about .making Lethbridge his headquarters. If he establishes him-! Eel? in popular faror here much stronger, It's a cinch that Ijethhridge will want to see him In action many limes this winter. Joe Farrell who-is tc meet Benny .Travers, the clatsj Milw.in.kea feath- is rjght.dowajo.weight and reaay expect- ed "to oa: Saturday after- noon. the hoys will be working out from now nntil "Wed- nesday, every afternoon In the Com- mercial .Club. Fans are" invited to at- .lend the work onts_and get a lino on the boys. Orders for 'seats are' 'c'om- Jng in fast and It looks as though a capacity house willereet the opening show Wednesday night, Michel Football Team Lost Close Game at Fernie to ntrild) MICHEb, B. C., Sept. journeyed to Fernie last Sunday to play their game for the Cooper Cup, and alter a hart fought battle, fern I o succeeded In scoring one towards the end of the game and won by 1-0, and: also the right to play the wlnnsrs oti the Coleman-HHJcrost game. I Michel played in Coleman noit day, Labor Day, hut played an indifferent; fame, Coleman winning 6 to 1. In regard to the Item In your Issue' of Sept; 7lh, entitled "Fernie comes back: at. tho following has been handed your correspondent bjr! one of the football committee here to, send in: "Heferring to Mntz Cup game Item1 bjr tho secretary Ferule United Foot- ball team, he states Fernlo has noth-' tog to' do with the play-off except as: ordered on. first conveiilent Sunday. Who's convenience? Ferule's? It loots fishy. Michel la not worried as they gave Pernie a chaaco by playing on Ferule's ground. 'Now Fernio re- fuses to play draw off In Michel but wants, through their commutes friends, to have the game played In Coal Creek, thirty miles from Michel and about four from Fernie. Some sports. However, Michel will give them the game of their llrcs and may Ihe best team win. "Did the secretary ever know nhv instance-where caivtlo was postponed, to allow another cup gaMe to ba play- ed? Did he ever hear'of team play- ing cup finals being relegated to the' SPECIALS FOR MEN We are offering specials for the next week that should be an inducement for men. ALL 20TH CENTURY CLOTHING, ranging in price from and f r 'nf 568.00, to clear 0. These suits are all wooi, 20th Century make, in the new fall styles, to clear at the special price of Look them.over. BERT KESTER'S ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century Clothing OH THE CORNER Plneh Hitter CHICAGO, Sept. ifurphy, pinch hitting with' the bases filled and none out In the eighth made It possible for Chicago to defeat Boston, 5 to 3, today. Murphy grounded to Hoyt whose throw to Mcluuea fordid E, Collins, but Schang hit Murphy on the back In trying to double him at first and Jackson and Kelach scored. Score: R. H. B. Boston ......................3 7 3 Chicago.....................F, 9 0 Batteries Pennock, >Hojt and Schang; Faber and Schalk. Series Even CLEVELAND, Sept. York evened up the merles today by heating Cleveland, 6 to 1. Caldwell was hit hard, all the runs being scored off him. Rulh made his 48th homer when he hit the hall over the right wall In the first inning. Score: R.H. PJ. Now York I Cleveland...................1 fi -I and Hannah; Caldwell, Uhle, Malla and O'Noill. DKTflOIT, Sept. look the double-header from Philadelphia hero today, 4 lo 0 and 3 to 2. Second game. Score: H.U.E. PhllaiiiclpWa................27 3 Uatrolt 9 1 and Perkins; .Jlor- rif-elt and Slanage. Klrat I Score: H. H. E, Philadelphia ................o 4 Detroit. JO 0 Hommcll and Perkins; Aycra and Manion. Main Floor Balcony 00 Seati now stlllng With BERT MOOR, Alexandra Hotel Cigar Stand, and LEN S. BROWN, Majestic and Colonial Theatres. LOUIS, rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul. 3; Milwaukee, 7. S: Indianapolis, 6. j Toledo, 12; Coiumbos, 5. Minneapolis-Kansas City, wet grounds. Vcrnon, 1; Sacramento, 1. (Called enil 16lh, Ran Francisco, 6; Salt 0. Portland. 4; Us Angeles, 5 Seattle, 2; 9. Cleveland Indian Regained Bal- ling Eye During the Last Week CHICAGO, Sept. Speaker, manager of the Cleveland Indians, re- gained his halting eye during the last week and tied George SIsler, the St, Louis star, for batting honors in the Jeaguc averages released today and which include games of last Wednesday. Sisler wont into slump and dropped to .391, the mavk which Speaker has attained. Joo Jackson of Chicago stands in third place with an average of .384, while "Babc's Birth, the- New York home run king, is in fourth pUce with .375. flnlh cracked oulhis 48th home run during the wort: and broke the home run record held by Perry Werden of Minneapolis. 'lie Is now greatest homo run hitter of all time. fl'uth Is leading the run-gctlera wilh HO rims lo bis credit, -while nice of Washington is far In front in stolen bases with Other leading bailers for Blily or more games arc: E. Colllna, Chicago, .365; T.Jousel, New York, ,SI6; nice, 'Washington, .343; Judge, Washington, .342; Jacob- son, SI. Louis, Hendrix, Boslon, .337. 'McholFon o! 'I'iitsburg has de- throned Hornsby of St. Louis for bat- ting honors In iho National league. the slugging Piilsbitrg outfielder is hilling ,3S7 while the SI. Louis ntar slumped to .355 tvith Kayrca ot iloi- Ion pushlnK him ivlth .351. Williamson of Philadelphia tracked out another hmncr and ha3 brought his string up lo 11, while Carey ot Pitts- burg continues lo show the way to tho bane sloaltrs ulth 43. Bancroft of New York Is the best run-gcller with Other leading bailers: Young. New York. .3-14; Jlousch, Cincinnati, j. Smith, St. Louis, .828; Slock, SI. Louts, .323; Wheat, Brooklyn, ..323; King, New York, .321; Holloclier, Chicago, '.318. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo, 4; Toronto, 5. Ttocheatcr, C; 'Akron, 9. Jersey City. 2; Heading, others v Herald Football Competition ENTRY JoRM GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 18TH. CLOSING DATE, SEPT. 17TH. i MIDNIGHT First Division Evsrton Derby. Oldham vs. Liverpool Tottenham vs. Aston Villa. Preston Newcastle. Siicond Division Clapton Orient vs. Stoekjiort. Notts County vs. Notts Forest. Birmingham vs. Cardiff. Leeds vs. LelcestsK Third Division vs. piymouth. Reading vs. Ouecn's Park Ran. Mltwall Exeter, Grlmsby vs. Bristol 'Rovers, I enter tho Herald football Com- petition in .accordance with tho ruleX and conditions announced 3bove, and agrtfe to accept the pub- lished decision as final and legally Signed..... Address second division? It's generally Ihe two bottom teams in respective lea- gues that fall and Fernie Ibis year was one of these as anyone knows who "has seen the standing of the Crow's Nest Pass Football League for 1920. Which was won by Michel." Michel juniors decisively defeated Feruie juniors here on Wednesday ev- ening by 3 to 0. The game in Fernie was, a draTT. 1 to 1. Michel Junior Ambulance team div- ided with Coal Creek boys in the competitions held in Fernie on Labor Day. The judges awarded each team 55 points and divided first prize. Michel and" Natal Elk Valley Agri- cultural Society held a very good fair in Natal on Labor Day. The exhibits of fruit, flowers and vegetables being much above par. A good programme of games was run of! during Iba after- noon and put a Biting close to a suc- cessful day. Waldo baseball team easily defeat- ed -Ailchel on Labor Day by tho score, ot S to 2. They are a snappy hunch, of players and would make any team hustle to heat them. GOVERNOR GENERAL t REACHES THE VVEST WINNIPEG. Sept. Excel- lency the Duke of Deronshlre, gover- nor-general of Canada, arrived In Win-' nlpeg early this morning. After a brief stay, the, party proceeded to Jasper Park over the Canadian National line. Herald Football Competition Week ending Sept. close midnight Sept. 10 governing the competition are as follows: 1. The competition-will bo called Tho Herald Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be entitled to as many entries as they desire, pro. rlded each entry is accompanied by twenty-five cents, and coupons fo [he number of entries, 3. ComiJOtitors must cross .out Ibe names of the clubs they think Kill lose and cross out the names of 6oth If they consider a draw will re- suit. 4.- Coupons can only bo secured from tho sporting paga of The Her- Jhl. 5. All monies received will be tumed in prizes. The amount and numbers of prizes will be published svery Monday morning for that week's games. Results- of competi- tions will bo published every Wcdr nesday and cheques successful competitors will be mailed Immed- iately on receipt ot confirmation by Ihe Alhlctic; News. C. AH entries must be posted or delivered to The Herald before mld- nlgbt on Fridays. A Friday post- mark from points outside of tho city of Letbbrldge will be considered as containing a, legitimate entry. 7. The Dame and address of tho competitor must be clearly marked on each coupon. 9. Stamps must not be used as payment for entries. 10. All entries most ha tddresn- ed to the Editor, Football Oompetl- lion, Herald, Lethbridge. 11.' The Sporting Editor's decio- Ion will be final. 12. Employees ol The Herald ire barred from the competition, PHONE K-W Service Mosi Rorvlce Slallon for Ub famous K'W All makes of magnetos, emcratori, colls paired. Full of repair jiarU car- ried. All i work guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 618 4lh 'AvenUe'Soiith PHONE 735 FALL SUITS FOR YOUNG MEN; "With Autumn's touches written in every line and- New style features that look the of comfort n6w 'Solfght by the young man of today. Gone are the pinchecl-in the too-high waist lines coats hang from the shoulder' with new grace true and simple cut in smart lines that have a tremendous appeal from the physique and manly bearing. But after these likeable features enter into our incompar- able values just as much as the prices themselves LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES. and THE FL6RSH6IM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 318 FIFTH STREET ;