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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta i-aiUAV, SiiPlliJiBKU 17, lalv i, BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus SO-VOO BV'. WHALE- YOU'LL NOT LOCKED AN' I tlOMt- I HOPE THE CMMPtJELL- 5 NOT ON THEIR VACATION! 'C Pro Bono Publko To those who harent. Should: Eat At The SILVER GRILL Open Day and Night We Buy the Best, Cook the Best and Give the Bert Service in Town SIGN: GOOD tATS. 21 SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, Manager. 4th Avenue and 5th Street Big Crowd Wanted For Saturday At Football Contes Visit of Calgary Callies Will Mean Heaw Local Will Be Made "for Ladies- Veterans Are in Good Shape, and Excellent Game Should Be Given. A fajg gate Es needed for the Calgary-Let hbricfge game Satur- day afternoon. A guarantee of two hundred dollars has had to be put up to bring the Calgary team to Lethbridge and a big gate is needed to make this up. As the Calgary Calties are win- ners of the Calgary football league fans can expect to see the best game of the season commencing at 5.30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The Fragments will be in good shape and judging from their play Wednesday night in Taber the vpitlng team wit) hot have a walkaway by any means. Good support from the side lines will mean much for the local plsyers in this, the hardest game of the season. They will be up against a football team that has been enjoying the best of repu- tation for years, and Although football has not received as good following in Calgary this year as formerly, the strength of the Cal- gary Callies cannot be underesti- mated. Tfiey have been declared vic- tors over the Cafgary C. P. R, team and football fans wilt remem- ber ths splendid brand of football they put up at their recent visit in Lethbridge. Tickets for Saturday afternoon's fixture have been printed. On this occasion a charge of twenty-five cents will be made for ladles and fifty'cents for men. Buy your tickets today. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League HELDENAIL SETS NEW SPEED RECORD NATIONAL LEAGUE' Team Standings Won Lost Brooklyn Cincinnati New York PIttsburg Chicago St. Lou's Boston Philadelphia S5 75 69 G5 66 54 5S GO C2 77 SI Pet. .5? 5 .553 .554 i '154L ,A new worW's recorfi for displacement boats was sot by the Heldena II. in the Challenge Cup races at the .421; Canadian National inhibition. Her speed was 43.9 mil es an hour, tie previous record being 36 miles The .391 j Heldena II. is here shown starting the; race. Divide Double Header 7--------- BOSTOX. Sept. however, collected two singles. Ciii- Louis divided a double header cago fell on Pitcher Jack Quinn In the the visitors winning the first game 4 second inning, scoring 4 runs on five; Ho 3 and tho locals the second by tliejhJcs. f'ams score. Score: R. H. E. j first game.'- TC. II. B.'New York 3 '9 2 i SL Louis A 10 o'Chicago S 13 1 Boston 3 9 0; Quinn, Qlogridge. Collins and Han- I Goodwin, Lyons and nah; Kerr and Scbalk. j Scott, -McQuillan and Gowdy. I sam.e: B0 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION i Host on 4 14 o Haines and Giiesenteck, Clemens; Oeschger and O'Neill. fintries Mailed Before 12 O'clock Tonight Be Accepted For This Cohlcsl LETHBRIDGE BALL PLAYERS WANTED Tommy Evans wants a bimoh of good ball tessera to rally around for the same at the Carnival nest week. He would like to hear from any local player who wants to take a _chaiico on lieing on the team to get into tliat two hundred dol- lar prize money. So ball play- ers report tcrSMr. Evans. 0 Louisville 6, Cojumlras 1. Kansas City S; St. Paul 6. (Only scheduled.) An Even Break NEW YOHK, Sepl. re-; martable one-hit game enabled New: York to break even with 'Pitlsburg in; today's double header. The Pirates took the- first game 'A to 1, and Xcwl York won the second Ito 0. Fingard May Fight Here InDct. -You have tiil midnight tonight to get In your entries in the F.ootball Competition, Just time to make your selection and drop it in the Herald box this evening or if you live ou! of the city mpll it tonight sure. Somebody Is go- ing to get some easy money. It may be you. Every additional entry helps to Increase the prize and we want to see it' doubled, and doubled quick. In the mail this morning were entries from Calgary as well as most towns in the say nothing of the city. This competi- tion is going, to be "big'1 in a few. weeks, and" some valuable prizes will be won. You may as well be in on it. SVatch 'us grow. When a'12-year-old boy at Belle- fonte, Pa., brushed two hills across a. horse's nose, the animal promptly seized and swallowed i.hcm. First game: Pittsburg Xcw York..... Hamilton and Douglas atd Snyder. Second game: Pittsbnrg New York Ponder and Schmidt; Smith. It. II. E.! 3 S 1 1 4 ll Schmidt; -Barnes.1 R.' H. E.! 0 I'll 4 T 0 Neht and i PACIFIC COAST 9-3; Salt .Lake 2-2. Vernon C; LoijAogeles 3. Sacramento 1. Oakland 0; San JPi-ancisco 4. INTERNATIONAL Baltl.nore 7; Jersey City Syracuse a; Reading S. Buffalo 5-2; Akron 4-0. Calgary Ties Senators In Western Canada League; Final Saturday eleventh inning anrl I PhihidolnliliL drove in four runs to1 defeat St. Louis S to 5. u. n. E.I s 13 r St. 5 12 2 Furry and Perkins; Dcbc-rry, Solh- oron and Billings. Yankees Out of 1st Place CHICAGO. Sept. York- was driven out of first place In the American league race loday when Chicago-won the first game'of the series S to 3, while Cleveland won from Washington. In the slxlh "Dabe" Minis fanned with haws. he. SEMI-FINAL BENNETT SHIELD CHAMPIONSHIP OF ALBERTA of Lethbridge League .Winners of Calgary League SATURDAY NEXT, SEPT. 1STH ADAMS P.M. SHARP, Admission 50 Cents Service Mon .the'famons KW Magnetos All mokes ol magnetos, geDerators, coils re- paired; Full stdcli-of: repair parts 'ear- ned All nork guaranteed. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avtnuo'-South PHONE 735 We Do Not Carry Low-Grade Cheap Clothing But we are offering the highest grade clothing that can be bought at low grade prices. AH our new-Fall and Winter 20Tlf CEN- TURY SUITS, sold reg- ularly up to to clear at Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home of 20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON THE CORNER A Tvashlnb full'of bottles ot-hdme- made heer; seized in an Omaha, police station. Flyine glass seriously 'injured one officer, Herald Football Competition ENTRY FORM GAMES'PLAYED SEPT. 18TH. CLOSING DATE, SEPT. 17TH. First Division Everton vs. Derby. Oldham vs. Liverpool. Tottenham vs. Aston Villa. Preston Newcastle. Second Division Clapton Orient vs. Stockp'ort. Notts County Notts Forest, Birmingham vs. Cardiff. Leeds vs. Lelceiter. Third Division Newport vs. Plymouth. Reading vs. Queen's Park Han. Mllwall Exeter. 1 Grimsby.vs. Bristol I enter tha Herald'Football Com. petition in accordance with the rules and" conditions announced above, and agree to, accept tb.6 pub- lished decision and legally binding. Address Your Overcoat Overcoat weather is here. Pro< toct yoiu'self against the chilly nights and mornings. These smart Overcoats just'meet the needs Lethbridge men. All pure wool and thoroughly tailored, of course warm, but not too heavy. You'll like their full lines, roomy nrmholes, the way they fit across the tack. They include the new young men's double-breasted, form-flttinK models, halt lined. Dig full-lined Ulsters eentlally masculine with their broad lapaJS and collars. In hrown, grey, greens as j fancy mixtures. Price .Others at to LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK, 318 FIFTH STREET ;