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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX I.ETHBRIDfiE DAILY HERALD SATUHOAV, SKfTEMBKR 18, WM [BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus WHS" DON'T VQO THEM ALL ONCE AM' SiT DONE. WITH IT WO2. CM'T HEATED A WITHIN Pro Bono Publico To those who hareu'l, Should! Eal At Tho SILVER GRILL Open Day. and NlgUt We Buy the Cook Best and Give the Best Service In Town SIGN: GOOD EATS' SILVER GRILL C. E. MOORE, Manager. 4th Avenue and 5th CALGARY CALLIES V. FRAGMENTS 5.30 P. Semi-Finals Start in Bennett Shield Tonight; Vets vs Calgary Callies Croivd Expected Out To Scej Calgary Callies and Reds Play! For Chance to Meet Winners of North Have Good Be Hard I Game. been a big factor In the victories for the Reds. Turn out at Adams Park at 5.30 o'clock this afternoon and give the boys your support. Tonight Is a crucial night for the footballers of Lethbridge. At 5.30 the play In the semi-finals of the Bennett Shield will commence at Adams Park between the Frag, ments and the Calgary Callies. Everybody thould be on the job. The Reds will want all the encour- aging support they can get. The ticket sale has been floing splen- didly and that the Frag- ments have the football fans of Lethbridge solidly them. "The Fragments arc in good shape to take the field against the Calgary visitors. The recent games they have had with Taber have kept them in condition and tonight they should be able to give the winners of the Calgary football .league a hard and hot contest. tjne-iip1 fop-tonight .as; an- nounced on the sporting page last night can hardly bt improved up- j on and as these players, in thtir respective positions have been I playing together lately they will be able to put up some good com- which has all season j The third week of the Football Competition starts.today, and the new entry form appears in this is- 'sue. We are pleased to note an In: crease in the number of competi- tors in the second week's competi- tion, but quite a few more are needed before we can increase the prize money. Let's rnakr. the third week a hummer. You can send in a guees every day If you wish. GAME WITH SHAMROCK IS OFF VANCOUVER, Sept. to an iiunonncens-nt made hero loilav. there w ill lie no games piavc-d in Vow Westminster with the Shamrock La- crosses team of Montreal this fall. All negotiations have lieen called off, it is ".ild .ind the exhibition Minorities have arranged a series of gomes for the "Umto cuj> between the Hoyals and the Vancouver team. Three guinea will lia played, on Tuesday, Septem- ber 28, Thursday, September .ani! On Saturday, October 2. Decision to play Hie series was i-aw'jed afterword hurl came from the oast thru the Shamrock! would not bo able to come west, having failed _to raise the necessary funds. i SOON RETURN PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 1 incognito cricket team ot England ]opened tiio final match of their tour [in tliis city today when they, met the all-Philadelphia, eleven iu ;i ihrec-day i contest. The visitors liavo won four j matches ami-had one rainy day draw i since, their .arrival here. Nest Wed- [nejday am5 Thursday they will play in .New York before returning to England. BABE RUTH MAKES MORE MONEY THAN IS PAID PRESIDENT WILSON Babe Itulh could be president of tie United States If he wanted to, but 13abo doesn't want to. lie's making more money Uian the president now and tins less worries. lu fact, the only thiu? that worries Bate now Is the income tax collector. For the Bulletins Bambino will make a cool SWO.OOO in salary lor the year ot 19SO, without exaggeration. Aud hero's how: Salary from Yankees..........................................5 1S.QOO Profit from Bate Rulh Cigar company........................... Bonuses ior indorsing various articles........................... Profits from "Life of Babe 3 000 Ten weeks In vaudeville at ''s'oOO Flat payment for Babe Ruth iioioOD Bonuses for homo roil And that Isn't all. It the Yanks win tho pennant Babe will got about 55.000 as his share ot the world's series. If they don't win it, he will get fully for covering the world's series for the newspapers. Mak- ing allowances for errors in these rock-bottom Babe can not help making n cool this year. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standings Won Lost Brooklyn New York Cincinnati j Chicago SISLER TOPS BATTERS' LIST; BREAKS TIE WITH SPEAKER CHICAGO, Sept. Eisler, icd practically unchanged. Hornshy the tie i increased his fotal base record up to k with Tris 277, while Bancroft. New York, in- CRICKETERS FOR AUSTRALIA l.OXDOX, Sept. steamer Otlorly calling from the Thames yes- tcrday, took liie English cricket team tn Australia. Th.-. tour opens at Perth, "Western Australia, on October 23 and i-oncludcs at Adelaide on March 15. Herald Football Competition Week ending Sept. Entries close midnight Sept. 24 governing the competition are as follows: 1. will be called Tho Herald Fcotb.ill Competition, 3 Competitors will he entitled In inaiiy entries aa they desire, pro- vided each entry is accompanied liy twenty-live cents, and coupons to the number o[ entries. 3. Competitors must cross out the names o( the clubs they think (fill lose and cross out llie names of ooth it they: consider u draw will re- mit. 4. Coupons con only he secured from the sporting pnge ot Tho ller- .ild. B. All monies received will Ije re- {oraed in -prizes. The nmonnt onmbera of prizes vill lie imtillslictl .eyery "Monday rnornjng for lh.it week's games. Results of competi- tions will bo published every Wed- inewlay aai cheques to will to mailed Immc-d- lately on of tonfirinallon hy jthe Athletic i 6. All entries must be posted or i-lclivcred to Tim Herald before mid- I night on Fridnys. A Friday post- I mark from points oulsido of tho city joM-clhiiridge will considered as i-ontalnlng n Icgitlma'o entry.. n. Tho nnme and address of the competitor must be clcnrly marked 3H each coupon. I'. Slnnips iniiEt not he usc-d as layment for entries. 10. All entries must be address- ed to ttie Editor, Football Competi- tion, Herald, Lethbridge. 11. Tho Sporting Udllor's lon will bo final. 12. Kmployncs of The Herald are barred from tha competition. which hd shareil last week ___ Spep.ker, the Cleveland Indians' man- ager, and Is topping the American leaguo batters with au average of .399, according to averages released today and which include gaaies of Wednesday. Speaker is seven' points behind with an average of .382, while Jo'e Jackson, the sluggiug outfielder of the Chicago White Soi, stands third wiUi a mark or .3Z8. "Babe" Huth of tho New York Yan- kees, tbo home run marvel who is hitting in fourth place with an aver- age of .372. cracked out three, homo runs since Wednesday a week ago and brought his siring of. circuit clouts to 49, one less than the mark he set out tn reach. when the season- started. Ho also carried his total b-sse record to 317, and is far !n front in.the nucw her of runs scored, having registered 147 times. Rice of-Washington safely leads the base stealers with 51 Uietta to his credit. Other leading'batters for 75 or rmore games are: t B. Collins, Chicago, .365; Mensel, [New York, .335; Judge, Washington, I.M9; Jacobson, St. Louis, .337; Rice, [Washington, Weaver, Chicago, j.332; Felsch, Chfr-ago, .331; Tobin, St. (Louis. .331; Hendris, Boston, 331. Nicholson of Pittsburg struck, a slight slump in his batting during tie :past week while Rogers Hornsby of I St. 'Louis got into a hitting stride. 'The former dropped n few points but continued to head the National league batters with an while Hornsby, average of .371. by gaining few j points, brought his average up to The rest ot tho leaders remain- CUT DOWN YOUR EXPENSE liy having us vulcanize your damaged tires. That will re- etore them to long service whether tha.damap; lie n pin hole puncture or n long cut or tear. The cost of tires la stead- liy llicreaEtag. Our vulcanizing will relievo you al! worry on (hat scoro for ft long time to come. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works OUrkMC 41KA 1 PHONE 1664 E. CHAPLIN, BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. S. 8. CHAPLTM Herald Football Competition ENTRTFORM GAMES PLAYED SEPT. S5TH CLOSING DATE SEPT. 24TH MIDNIGHT First Division Arsenal vs. Middlesboro. Bradford vs. Bradford City. Huddc.-sfitid vs. Sunderland. Man, United vs Tottenham'Spurs Second Division Fulham vs. Notts Counly. Sheffield Wed. vs, Coventry. Cardiff vs, West Ham. Leicester vs. Birmingham. Third Division Brentford vs. Crystal P. Portsmouth vs. Millwall. Swindon vs. Mcrthyr. Queen's Park vs, Luton. I enter !he Herald I'ootbail Coin- petition In accordance with iho rules nnd conditions announced nliovc, and agree to accept tlio Ilshcil decision R9 final and legally binding. Address creased his string of runs scored to Williams of Philadelphia falleil to add to Ilia home run total of 14 SO 78 75 72 70 St. Louis......... G6 Boston 56 Philadelphia..... 54 55 62 81 60 72 75 7S Pet .587 .557 .551 .622 .493 .468 .418 j .389' Looks Like Brooklyn __ BROOKLYN, Sept. continued to advance toward the 1920 championship, of the National League today by taking the second game ot the series with Cincranati S to 2. Score: R. H. B. Cincinnati Brooklyn ___'. Eller, Liique and Miller. and 25 1 3 S 1 Win go; Cadore Giants In Second Place XEW YORK. Sept. to Ills stoiei: base'Yecord. He has stolen 4S hases. ._ Other leading batters are: Young, New York, .313; Rousch, Cincinnati, .343; J. Smith, St Louis, .323; Brooklyn; .323; Kirfg, New York, .319; .318; Slock, St. Louis, .310; Williams, Philadelphia, .312; Konctchy, Brook- lyn, .312. single :ih the tenth ..tonJiiB- and the. Giants.won today 4 to 3. Burns made five hits in flvo times to bat includ- ing a home run, a triple, two doublet; and a single. Score: R. H. B. Pittsburg.............. 3 s 1 New 4 13 .1 Adams and Schmidt; Toney and Will Matched Race to Take ttace at Wind- sor, Next Month Rtxey Weakens In 9lh PHILADELPHIA, Sept. Shut out by Riiey until the ninth inning _ today, Chicago bunched three singles with two bases oa halls and a fumble 'by Williams and won from Philadel- phia 3 to 1.. Score: R. H. E. [Chicago .....___. 3 7 0 Philadelphia........... i 6 3 Cheeves, Bailey, Alexander and O'Farrell; Rixey and Wlthrow. v St. Louis Hits Hard BOSTON, Sept. winning from Boston 9 to 4 today, St. Louis made MONTREAL, Sept. 12 consecutive hits. J. K. L. Ross last night received Score: telegram from A. M. Orphen, general iSt, Louiii manager of the Kenilworlh Jockey cluh, Windsor, Ontario, to the effect that Louis Fuslel, trainer for Samuel D, Riddle, had accepted for Man O'War the challenge to meet Sir Bar- ton and Eiternilrfator In a mile -and a quarter race there on some date yet to he toed between Saturday, October 6th and for a purse, the winner to take all. _No reply has yet been received from W. S. Kilmer, owner'of Exterminator, but it ig he, too, will senil his horse to compete In the race w.lll decfilo American turf. 10 championship of tho AIRES, Sept. dent Irfgoycn'e administration Is con- sidering projects pf Inw for the sup- pression or limitation1 of boraS racing, it is announced, iluenos (Aires has one of the fines! race courseB In tho world operated by famous Jockey Club r where millions o( pesos change hando in a year under pari-rnutucl bet- K system. tacM nro held twice a weak, Thurs- days and Sundays, and on tho fre- riucnt holidays. Tlie attendance Is from to pcrsonB. The ncivspapcTs have commented on tho fact that, as a corollary to tho mount. ing cost o( living, the letting public has Increased it ivwers on tho races. Where Inlal on a Sunday iverc formerly SO'j.fTiO pesos, they now some, limes aggrc-Kiiic The administiailon believes that the Thursday races, at least, ought to bo suppressed. AN IMPOSSIBILITY (Detroit r'reo Preaa.) The government IB again' forecast- ing a Wg siicar erf but you can't can v.itli a torccnel. Boston Doak and demons; O'Neill. R. H. B. a 20 1 4 10 1 Watson and AMERICAN LEAGUE Team Standings Won Lost Cleveland New York Chicago ___ St. Louis Boston Washington Detroit Philadelphia 87 SS S7 H9 67 Dt E5 45 52 C5 So 58 75 74 84 9-i Pet. .626 .616 .613 .53 S .472 .452 .324 NEW YORK, Sept 18.-Brook- lyn, wjth comfortable lead In the National league race, pre- pared to make It three straifiht from Cincinnati In the final of the present series at Ebbetts1 Field today. The Reds' defeat yesterday'snrf New York's victory over Pittsburg caused Cincinnati to drop to third place. Owner Ebbetts of Brooklyn hat already commenced tentative pre- parations for the world series and has ordered new uniforms for his players. If Brooklyn breaks even in their remaining ten games, the Giants In order to win would have to capture all their remaining 14 games while Cincinnati would have to win 16 out of 17 games. winning out in the 12th inning 14 to 13. Score: R. H. B Boston 13 9 j Detroit 14 19 5 Jones, Harper, Karr and Walters, Chaplin and Schang; Bogart, Morris- sette, Wilson, Fried, Coukwrlght and Stanage. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 4; Milwaukee S. Louisville 13; Minneapolis 6. (Only two games scheduled.) PACnTCCOAST Salt 2; Seattle-3. Sacramento 1; Portland 6. Oakland I; San Fjrancisco 2. Vernon 2; Asgeles 1. SHORTAGE OP CARS FOR GRAIN SHIPMENTS All To be found in the suits we are offering at THESE SUITS sell in the regular way. at and To clear at Bert Kester's MEN'S SHOP Home ot 20th Century Clothing ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK ON TME CORNER more acute, according to grain com- pany officials here. A critical situation in'bu'slnets and financial circles was predicted' by local grainmen unless the car situa- tion is improved. It will take 28 months, at the present rate; for the railroads to move wheat now in Kan- sas, according to Judge Clyde M. Reed, of the Kansas court of industrial relations, who is Investigating .the-car shortage. SMILL1E COMING TO CANADA LONDON, Sept Smillio. tb.o lender of- the English mine-work- ers, is going to Canada and the United States shortly to tell the labor move- ment what he feels Is the truth re- garding the British labor agitation. Cleveland Wins CLEVELAND, sept. What alarted out iike a pitchers' battle be- tween CoYcIeskio and Courtney today ended In a route for Washington, Cleveland winning' 9 to 3, Score: R. H. B. Washington 370 Cleveland S 11 0 Courtney, Acosta and Gharrlty; Covelesklo and O'NcJll. Big Crowd at Chicago CHICAGO. Sept. np 13 hits, including six triples, Chicago mads It two straight over Now York In the second game of tho series In tho American league pennant race to- day, winning f, to 4. The game was witnessed by a crowd more than Hcorct New York Chicago.............. Thormahlon, Mays and Fabcr and Schalk. KANSAS CITY, Mo., Sept. wheat bins tn Kansas City elevators practically empty and wheat arrivals inadequate to meet the.demand for shipments to other markets and for export, tho freight car shortage 1 clearly reflected here. Slightly less than bushel, are now stored In local elevators, which have a capacity o! between 15 and 20 million bushels. A year ago the supply was nearly The i amount in storage here has Increased only a few thousand bushels since the harvest. Tho shortage of cara for grain ship- ment In tho southwest has never been NEW FAIL HATS ff yon don't see what yoj like in this Hluslra- tion, perhaps you In tur.shaw window, and If HI Service Station Service Station for the famous K-W Magnetos. All makes ot magnetos, generators, colls re- paired. Full stock of 'car- ried. All' -work guaranteed, MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co, 618 "4th Avenui South PHONE 735 R. H. K, S 2 G 13 2 Hannali; A Big Score _RT. LOUIS, Sept. Louis hit N'aylor and Hlgby hard today and won from 1'hllatlc.lphla 17 to S. Tho locals collcrtwl 2< hits for 33 bases. Scare.: n. II. E. Philadelphia 8 15 1 St. Louis 17 24 3 Nsylor, Blgby and Perkins; Lynch, Collins, Burwell anil Sovereid. Another Big Score DETTIOIT, Sept. and De- troit iilayed a slow game today In which 33 players participated, Detroit you don't sec it there, you will surely In our store, We are now showing all, the newest Ideas In hats for men from the best makers on the continent, Stettion's, Boraa- linos and Knox. Come and try .on as many models at you like; 'We can fit you. We are alco .showing' a largo variety of Fell Caps. LOUIS KEEL- SHOP OP FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLOU3HE1M SHOE OLiVEJl BLOCK ;