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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAC.F. SiX THEUSTHBHIDUK HKKALD UP FATHER TUKSUAY, SEPTEMBEH 14, By G. McManus i OiS MIX-fir..... 1 -WE'LL fj VN 74 70 70 C7 C7 CU Pet. .555 j .4 SO .4SC Rame. 41S CHICAGO.. Illinois. While the Chicagu Cubs were playing an exhi- same ot" ball in Marion, O.; on in question. Claude Hendrix was to have pitched the game, and he too, ot course, is in the embarrassing situa- tion of having his name coupled with crooked wori because of the fact that Manager Mitchell at the last mlmito j the three weeks preceding cutting had 'a tendency to shrivel the wheat ber- j ries to some extent, and of course i that affected tbe yield. Kc'slna wins ugain today they will he i erly dated and signed, and in some; declared league winners. If Calgary' cases there has actually been two and wins the two clubs will toss a coin to- decide where the remaining games will be played. The game was a list- less aifair, the only redeeming fea- 'ui'rc being the pitching of Pillette of flegina who held Calgary 10 three Score: R. H. E. Calgary 2 a 3 Hegina 5 7 0 Thollauder, RTack and .YVIrls; I'll- lette and Knhrmau. .jtlliJIT UI u.l'l HI UU V September 2 at the invitation of War- not "end him to tne mound Increases Lead ren Harding. Kepubiiran candidate _________ _________, ___________ Sept. "'e Presidency of the nation, and three cards taken out and then only increased its lead iu tbe .Valiouul ue'ng received rind addressed by that the Lest i-arS put in. Gulf is a game j league race today to five full games uf the greatest -and p.s first intended. ThcV'e is a belief held by many that none of the players In the game, names WARNER 4 (From Our'Ovm Correspondent) 13.--Harvesting is approximately' over in this district, and all efforts are now being bent r____ toward preparations for threshing. In mentioned or otherwise, a tew cases this operation lias already where such things are tahooed. You today by winning a double header may fool .the committee some tbe from Chicago 7 to 3 and 7 to 2, wbilf baseball time but you know what Barnuru said. i. e Eroapi --mi, rmes ever ni" 11 ot of Ramblers who "CBaI1- M- J- Collner' as "itu slori" in lhal-the of. Hie largest grain producers. a llaltllLl.il IIIMIIUIUIU IOI- .____ ,_ __ 1 nr.nlinaxr.ajl On WcdnesilsT Bfterpoon .it five o'clock there Is a meeting of all in- terested. for the club house. To walk the course and see i? some of the proposed changes to the lay out of the cuurs'J are feasible. you have nny pet scheme for itn- and Krueger. prcvuig the course, trot it out for in- spection Wednesday at the club house at 5 o'clock. R. .H. 2 10 7 9 Second game: Chicago...... Brooklyn i Martin, Bailey, Jones Wednesday and Saturday are the' Marijuard, Mnramaux and filler. days Yor the Bogey competition.; three-quarters of your handicap; Breaks Losing Streak' i against the colonel, turn Iu your PHILADELPHIA, Sept. dollars. j; j Unbelievable as it seems that men! 5; so' honored as the Cubs had been, or; 01 that player's generally, of the fame unsound because evidence is tiio gam-! is biers bet on Philadelphia to win. progressing favorably here. Wheat Vf.eck's Action Lessons Tension j averaging .about .28 bushels as pre- 'President Veeck took a bold and; dieted.by thp.Herald some weeks ago. which is so loved I "pen'stacd and by doing so undoubt-! Wheat all grading No. 1: Several far lo t' to in I rclievod tlle tonsentss of the sit-! threshing, puttits. reported coming in Defeats Crawford in Conipefi- lion F.or.the President's Prize cards signed and dated. ft. is the winner.of the president's prize for 1320. He and i Wni. Crawford jilayci! to a 'tie on Labor day, net 745. Playing Satur- i day in a stilt breeze Crawford had! 10S and Mongeau 115 but Jlongeau's handicap won the play off for him hy ahe stroke. Mr. Jlongeau is practically a be- ginner this year, hut has played stead- ily, turning in lots of score cards, and has consistently improved his game. He. is to bii congratulated on his win. That's one beauty about golf and Imtidicapping. TCveryone has a fair and equal show for the money. Be- fiinncrs arc Iu the game from the start as well as the veterans. ko were forced to E' of C straight today by winning from Cm-' cago Cubs felt thy necessity, of start- clnnatl six to two. i ing a thorough investigation. Ti Special Values in MElfSSHlTS price To clear at one while they last.' All 20th Century Suits, to at the special'price of Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home or 20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL SLOCK ON THE CORNER Cincinnati ___. Philadelphia and Allen; roiv. HIsey i Ho no attempt from the districts northeast of Leth. 1 vet tn- storle- wpre in mriistent he had In his Possession where threshing is reported jet tno stone..-.lure so persistent that- lnformationi even about finished. There appears to be B' lit may have bad little, sound plenty of work hero'for available laid the case before the public and in-1.machines. oiit het- vitsd the newspapers to join with! ter than expected'although the acre- the club in sifting the matter to the! Is -There is abuut. three, bottom. The sifting, it may be as-l weeks threshing in the Raymond and j surej, will be done so thoroughly that! Welling all the facts whichever way rpint. will cpme out. COWLEY "Naturally the commotion caused by 1 (From. Our Own Corrssoond-nl) the1 charges in connection with the Harvesting is while others are 'artner reports 12 bushels per aero on dlsccrTin wheat. About one-third of threshing done in this district. i will, in fact he two separate for every member of the H. 2 '4 rj-gallons, g S Chicago baseball writing fraternitv and .With, j nas oeen named on a committee to i to mate inquiry, while the club offi- headed William Ve'e'ck. presi- Three From Scott 'dent will probe the charges and in-. Sept. was In sinuations to tho bottom. j i great form today allowing only three i TIlB in brief is that gamblers' lurDRnce In caused some dls- nterest in the pen- in full swing, .cutting is almost com- pleted, threshing will bo general in Jno. Muir defeated Kirkbam in the of the August plnydowu -1 up' and 3 In go. '.The match was played fir, a heavy .wind and Mnir bad an score. His work with his irons was wonderful. On the long second bole he was 10 yards foe- yond'the green In two strokes, -He piayeil the east nine holes in 44. Con- this year. Stricter training rules will be vogue this year, players eating all three meals, instead of one'daily, at Ihe training table. INTERNATIONAL Haltiinore 3-11; Reading 1-8. Toronto C; Buffalo 1. Rochester 2; Akron 4. (N'o others scheduled.) i CARNIVAL To Be Staged at MAJESTIC THEATRE Ringside J2.50, Main Floor ?2.00, Balcony S1.50 S1.00 Seats now selling with BERT MOOR, Alexandra Hotel Cigar Stand, and LEU S. BROWN, Majestic and Colonial Theatres. triple and Score: St. Lonis Caused Pitching Shift of warning came to the officinls of the club and nt the last wanted to let him know how thay sp. predated it. Clamlo llendrlx and Charley Tier- most of tap 1920 crop is threshed. Another week will probably not leave very muclrunthreshed. Fall rye seems Team St.imlinos Won" Cleveland S4 Xc-w S7 f'Mfaga......... S'> St Louis........ 151; Boston......... r.'l picion lo anv who look part! Friberg would continue to the acre would b3. a generous csli- i Washington 1 Detroit......... (Philadelphia, I Homer For Ruth DKTK01T. Kept. New Yorl; de- feated Detroit although- outhit by the locals, liabe Ilulh'a home rm In the sixth was his 441h of the sea- son. Score: TJ; Xew York 4 j Detroit ;it second base, for the rest of the season perhaps. SANDBRS TOKOXTO. Sept. A. C. Koss of the Cape Bretnn Yacht club who is here after visiting Now irt an interview that pub- lir. opinion ixiscd In f VULCAN j (From Our Own i Sept. Perfect har- i vesting weather- prevails here. Cut- across the line is .all op- j Ling is finished except in some isolat- afc j'aclits which caji sail cil cases, and threshing is going on in mate ot the; average'.crop. Oats nre rather light, a gfeat deal not being threshed, but'cut lor green feed. OR'ION (From Ofir Own ORION, Sept. practically but of the way, all inter- est is centered- on threshing, George Wager started his machine at work I on his own crop last Saturday'and' tlireshetl bushels. Some crops are not coming up lo Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM .f GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 16TH. DATE, SEPT. I7TH. MIDNJGHT First Division Everton vs.'Derby. Oldham vs. Liverpool. Tottenham vs. Aston Vflla. Preston vti Newcastle. Second Division Clapton Orient vs.'Stockport. Notts County Notts Forest. Birmingham vs. Cardiff. Leeds vs. Leicester. .Third Division Ntwp'ort vs. Plymouth. Reading vs. Queen's Park Ran. Milwall vs. Exeter. Grlmsby vs. Bristol Rovers. 1 enter the Herald t'botball Com- petition In accordanca with the rules and conditions announced above, and asreo to accent the pub- lished decision as final am! legally binding. Signed Address uly in certain kinds of weather. all dirertioris. Many new outfits have !s a IrmginR for a real honest-1 been sold by the local dealers this sallorman's race.. Com-1 year, and this together with tho sun- i nwlorr. 'UOES says he proposes to try [ply already on hand is making short __ j for Mir Amr-rica's cup with a seagoing of threshing. There seems to su'-li as ii Bed in the 'N'ova j plenty of men available; but eonic Another For Cleveland CLKVE1-AXD. Sent, made II two str.ilph't from Philadel- phia today, winning 3- tn 2. Score: R. H. Philadelphia i; r, 2 Clfivelnntl s 2 and Ivrliiris; Cini'loi.kif and O'XeiU. Felscti Gets Homer. CHICAGO. Supt. Krofir! and she will he niaiT- ned liy iiK-n every day at sea :.nl a race for sport but a rare for iheir lirellhrmil." RUGBY BEGINS ON OCTOBER 2 OTTAWV Sc.pl, Intcr- Prov iu< irit Ei'iKby league, the big four. din-its ils srii'Mlnle rjn October 2, whnii ArKoniiiita nnd Montreal Iiiay ic To- ronto nnrl Hamilton Tigers meet 01- 1 to '0. Score: Washington........ Chicago Shaw, Krlf.ksoti. t KalH-r and H. H. E.! r, 12 fit., 15 17 l! rind (ihairity; 1 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION fxiu Columlms 3. its City Kl. V, .Sliavliii; a "Oman new expc'rieiuc nn-l tor a Clicai'.'f, iiS ustomer was H n unusual one JACK JOHNSTON GETS A YEAR CHICAGO, Sept, John- son, former heavyweight champion, was sentenced to one year r.nd n day in Leavcnworth penitentiary and fined to- d.iy (jy Federal Judge George A.' Carpenter for violation of the, Mnnn Act. of '.'musigirllo" shr.ws Xew York say ?J5 ta the average pay for ohorns girls and even at thai price Uiay arc struts.' car the All mnkcs of generators, coils re paired, v FuU stock repnir Af3 work puarnnlecd MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Eledric Cp. 518 4th Avenue Soulh PHONfi 735 7here fs TIO rjiicsUon about the slyTd and com- fort of our Shoos- MEN'S FINE SHOES Tliey arc alriclly high grade in every Wriicnlar, the workmanship la exceptionally well done, and the styles are modeled on the latest lasts. We guarantee our to glvo perfect satisfaction and above all foot-comfort to MEN'S WORK SHOES In Mack and Chrome and Kilt leather. to SIIOI' OF CIlArT CLOTHES AM) TitS I'LOKSHBIM SHOB OLIVU1! BLOCK ST ;