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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Stt 1HE LETHBRTOGE DAILY BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus DOCTOR COME ftlCHT OVER ATE AM ICE CREAM I WONDER IF IH CONNA, BE FOR Quick Service Best Attention TRY The Silver Grill OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Sign GOOD EATS SPECIALTY IN STEAKS Wt Aim to Flout OUfi COFFEE BEST IN TOWN St and 4th Ave.- IFTHRRIMF COK INTO FINAL EVENT; DEFEATED RAYMOND BY BIG SCORE Seven to Xoihing Was Tuns- Raymond Could Not Hit Bill Mullholland and Poor Pitch- ing Gave Home Boys an Easy Victory Only One Error Made in Fire Innings. iUl Stars jast Bulk- ed away frotn Raymond at the open- ing baseball game o[ the carnival series at the fair grounds yesterday. Trent into position for sec- money by a score of seven to nothing in their favor. They got their seven runs on three hits, one of which was a homer by McLean, Tvhen two men were ou bases. The local'boye had to wait for rtbont one hour and a half after the scheduled time for the game to start because Raymond was not on the job and it was tour-thirty before lloger Lund, of Coaldale called "play ball." Then the warm portion of ths after- noon had passed and before the gamd was called in the fifth all the crowd .had departed, a titter-wind havini 'developed. Bill In Shape liitl Mnlholland Tvas on the inound for the home team and "allowed them two hits and only two.walks. He got eight strikeouts to his credit while Orgill, who started out for Ray- mpud gave four walks In the first .innings, nine of the locals facing him for three runs, and the bases were full when''Mulbolland struck oat. Herald Football Competition ENTRTJORM He struck his stride in tie second mi in ss when only three men faced. iim but in the third be went wsM ogain and the locals got four men over the plate. It was in this innings hat Babe McLean pouuded out his Lionier 'With Evans and Schweitzer on bases, Tommy had drawn a walk and Harvey hit a fielder's choice. Evans beating out tho at second. la the fourth Berg went in and the locals did not Ecore again during the game, although seven men faced him. Four men faced Mulaolkmd in Ihe first, tho same number in the second and four in the third. Two strike outs and a foul fly'to Huff retired the- visi- tors in the fourth and acalu four men went to bat in the fittlf.innings. BOX SCORE Brooklyn New York Jincinuati Pittsburg Chicago ___ 3t. Louis Boston Philadelphia hethbridge Dahler, cf Morrison, 1-h Stone, 3-1) AB K II PO A B Evans, 2-b 1 2 Schweitzer, JIcLeau, rf Seaman, ss Huff, c Muiholland, p H'icken, c ___ D. Orgill, .l-t Berg, ss. p H, Orgill, p, SE Srcwerton, --1 Selnian; 3-h Koawer, r[ Bubler, If Sinclair, cf 0 1 3 0 0 0 1 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 10 o o 19 7 3 15 4 0 AB R H PO A B 300200 0130 0 3 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 GAMES PLAYED SEPT. 2STH CLOSING DATE SEPT. 24TH MIDNIGHT First Division .Arsenal vs. Mlddlesboro, Bradford vs. Bradford City. Huddersfield vs. Sunderland. Man. United vs Tottenham 'Spurs Second Division Fulham vs. Notts County. Sheffield Wed. vs. Coventry, Cardiff vs. West Ham. Leicester Birmingham. Third Division Brentford vs. Crystal P.. Portsmouth vs. Mlllwall. Swindon vs. Merthyr. Queen's Park vs. Luton. I enter the Herald Football Com- petition in accordance with tlie rules and. conditions announced above1, and agree (o accept the pub- lished decision as final and legally .binding. 10 0 ,3 15 4 1 Signed Address...................... Only Two More Days To Enter Who will-get the prize money this week? The Herald Football Competition Is going strong, but we still need more entries In ord- er to Increase the prize money. Have you sent In your entry? Better do it now. The third week's contest closes tomorrow night. Competitors are reminded of two of the rules of the competi- In the case of a draw, both teams must be croaaed out, and that stamps are not accepted In payment of entry fee. BASEBALL Major Minors Results and League Standings. NATIONAL LEAGUE Team Standings Won Lost 59 5C 50 63 CO GS 7C 14 si S7 Pet ,GH .5C9 .535 .51? .183 .473 .122 ANOTHER BASEBALL SCANDAL; GRAND JURY INQUIRING INTO CHICAGO-NEW YORK AFFAIR Alleges Benton Offered to Throw of ?iew York Giants Subpoenaed to Appear at is Mentioned on Wrong Side of Ledger. Brooklyn Wins BROOKLYN7, Seilll drove another, nail in the National league pennant race today by heating Boston 3 to 1. Jfonetchy hit a homer In the eighth -with two out. Score: H. H. E.. Boston 1 6 Brooklyn.............. 3 10 oj Flllinglm and Gowdy; Smith and i Miller. I New York Takes Lsst One I NEW YORK, Sept. York; defeated Chicago today 7 to 2 in the-1 Cubs' last game here-this season. ler and Bailey were batted hard I throughout, Score: R; H. E. j Chicago 2 8 II New York 7 13 1 Tyler, Bailey. Martin and O'Farrell; Douglas and Snyder. Cincy Drops Two PITTSBURC. Sept. won a double header todav from Cin- cinnati 2 to 0 and 3 to 1. "Adams out- pitched Luque iu the first gamo. Timely hitting by Earnhardt and Tler- ney, recruits, won the second game for tbe Pirates. First Cincinnati Pittsburg............ Luque and Wiiigo; SchmifiL Second gamp: Cincinnati ___i PItsburg Reuther, Ring and Wlngo; Ponder t and Haeffner.' j St. Louis Trims Philadelphia I PHILADELPHIA, Sspt gel's home run over the right field fence with one on, saved Philadelphia from a shoutout at the hands ol I Lyons, St. Louis' recruit pitcher, the visitors winning 4 to Score: St. Louis Philadelphia Lyons and Dllhoefer, Tragressor. T R. H. B.' Q.'s o ,V S 0 .Adams and! B. H. is 3 7 "LONDON, Sept. As- sociated football league games played yesterday result- ed Clyde 1; Hamilton 0. Albion 1; Lanark 2. Kllmarnock 3; Morion 1. SL 1; Mothcrwell 2. Afrdrio'U; Queen's Park 1. AMERICAN'ASSOCIATION Toledo 2; St. Pan! 3. Columbus 5; Milwaukee 9. Louisville 3; Kansas City 1. (No others scheduled.) Herald Football Competition Week ending Sept. ZSr-Entries cloae midnight Sept. 24 governing the competition are as 1. The competition will be tailed The Herald Football Competition. 2. Competitors will be entitled to many entries as'they desire, pro- vided each entry Is accompanied by twenty-live cents, and connons to tho number of entries. 3. Competitors m'jnl cross out [lie names 'of the clubs they think will tose and cross out the names of Mih if they consider a draw will re- Hill, Coupons can only bo fecurcd from the spotting page of Thn ller- )ld, 5. All monies received will bo re- lumed In prizes. The .'amount and of prizes will'be published every Monday morning for that sanies. Hcaults of competi- tions will be published every Wed- day and cheques to successful competitors will lie mailed Immecl- iitely. on receipt of confirmation by llie Atliletlc News. 5. All entries must be posted or felivored to The Herald before mid- night on Fridays. A Friday Host- mark from points outside of the city nl Letbbriuge will be considered as containing a legitimate entry. 7. Iha name and address of the competitor must bo clenrlj marked an each coupon. 9. Stamps must not be used us >avment for entries. 3D. All enlrfes inns! be M to tho Kdilor, Football Competi- tion, Herald, LcthbridKc. u. Tha Kditor'a decis- ion will be final. Employees o[ Thn Herald are narred from the competition. CHICAGO, Sept. evi- dence of an alleged attempt to fix a tht Chicago Na- tional league team and the New York Giants .was expected today when Jftab "Rube" cher for thp Giants, appears be- fore the Cook county grand jury Investigating alleged major league baseball-gambling. He Is said to have been offered by a form- er Cub player to "throw" a game, Charlei I'Buck" Herzog, sec- ond baseman on the Chicago Cubs admitted ir a'statement that he had been 'accused of offering a bribe-to Benton to "throw" a game and declared that Presi- dent John Heydler of the National league and-PresIdent Wm. of the Chicago Cubs, knew that he was accused before he knew it himself. He said that they did not want to give him a hearing, "fearing Herzog de- nied that he had ever been Irtvolv-' ed in an -attempt to "throw'1 a game. Subpoenas 'Were issued -last night for.the John J. McGraw, manager of the New York Giants; Barry McCormiek, an umpire In the Chicago-Philadel- phia game of August 31; John S. Eyeres, secretary of the Chicago National league club; Ray. Schalk, catcher for. the Chicago Ameri- cans and'William Birch, a former newspaperman, .torcome before the Cook county, grand jury next Tuesday In connection with the case. Charles StonehamVpresicient-of the New York National league cluB and Joe Vila, a New York newspaperman, will be asked to appear later, It was said. eouth of town. Sbe had the children la tbe buggy and was about to get in-, herself, when the horso became frightened and ran away. Mrs. John Bridge who was with her, ran behind to.} buggy and tried 16 get tho chil- dren out She stayed with the buggy for about a block and was knocked down but would not give up until the children were rescued. Tbe chil- dren were all-thrown out horse was stopped. Only scratches and bruises were found on the chit dren but Mrs. Bridge suffered, a dls located bad" bnmp on the head ind perhaps .internal injuries. She had a bad lilght but was much Im proved.the following morning.' Mrs. Dickson -was not badly injured only a tew scratches, but her escape was a miracle as she was between tho wheels.. NAME. RETURNING OFFICERS VICTORIA, Sept. the provisions of tho Temperance Plebis- cite act the Oliver Cabinet has recom- mended the following to be'tliB return- Ing officers for the approval of the lie ii ten ant-governor, Uranbrpok, Thomas Roberts; Fer- nic, David Blsck; Grand Forks, Robert Campbell; Greenwood, Wm. Lakeland; Kaslo, Henry T. Heale; Nelson, James O'Shea; Revelstoke, Frederick B. Hill; Rosaland, George Urquhart; Slocan, 11. B. Herridga; Simillameen, Percy stock, a pig, sheep, calf or co that the boy. would absorb pro Ideals ol stock selection. !t would a big factor In jkteplug the boys__ the farm, ha said. "School ffcirs give tho boys' and girls a chance to cipress themselves'In'open competition which also contributes tho competitive spirit." P it would be' impossible to give at this writing the names of the winners. The secretary, Mr. Eric Tucker, has been working continuously and is still not finished, His has been a tremend- ous task, ond the cheerful -way he has executed-it is credikble. In local school staff, the ntnft of tbe School of Agriculture, and the Knight Academy, aro all (leserving of unstint- ed praise. They united in pultiuc over the fair, aud they certainly did it in splendid v I The vegetable department was the I strongest. The..display far exceeded that at the agricultural fair. Children all morning Btaggere.d beneath loads of soil products from the lordly sunflow- er to the and tho Bight that greeted the eye when it had all been nicely arranged wus one that culled for spontaneous surprise'and j aduiiratlon.-Jt showed, too, what a re-1 markably fertile, land we are living In.' The woodwork, cooking, fancy work, essays, writing, drawing, etc., was also a revelation. The cooking was partic- ularly alluring and .was sufficient proof that the housewives of tomorrow will. he capable cCoks, .which is a powerful factor, iu building lip'a nation. The maps were1 the essays.. The Magrath'school won a good per- centage ol Mercer and Miss Margaret Watson ', and Long jim conveyed 'the exhibits over with his truck. Mr. Jim was a live wire in fair, circles all day. The. Ma-1 grath school took first in plain sowing, j Katherine Anderson, Maltha Roberts] lieu and third1 Kdward Howlands; Sout Major B. J. Slaquire. th Okanagnn, {Continued from Front The attendance at the fair was re- grettably small. This was mainly due to the intensely bus? season. The auditorium was kept, open until 10 o'clock p.m., which gave many who Ti. U. 4 .12 2 9 21 Causey and j 'I AMERICAN LEAGUE Turn Standings Vf'on Lost 31 52 55. 57 81 70 '78 SC 97 Cleveland Chicago N'ew York SI.'Louis Washington lioston Detroit ___ Philadelphia {No games 90 70 GS 58 Pet. .637 .623 .612 .537 --S5C .403 .322 I PACIFIC COAST; Sacramento .6; Soaltlo 0. Ternon 7; Oakland 2. San Franclsci 3; Los Angeles 2. Salt Lake-Portland, rain. otherwise would not have had tho j pleasure, a chance to view the ei- bibits. Perhaps five hundred people (passed through tlie exhibit hall during :-.the day. Over two thousand entries were made. Raymond was foremost, then came Magrath, then'Stirling-school, Foch S. D. fourth, and Welling fifth Judging tho exhibits was no easy task. Competition was eztremely keen In all classes. But eventually tho awards were placed arid evidently to tha satisfaction, of everyone forJ there was a good-natured spirit a-! broad. The children, in addition' to the more concrete informatiou, learn-] ed valuable moral lessons, not the least being-the sense of justice, fair> ness and the faculty to lose or win i YOU never hear much about the price of a -20th Qen- tuiy Brand stiit' or overcoat. swallowed up value. Sold ExolusWely BertKesters Men's Shop 20th Century Clothing Alexander Hotel. Block. On the Corner grades, and. first In. writing in grade two. and EiiiJ, to.tils humiliation ol Itayniondrtuey-carried off the hon- ors And here wo came .Mae Green. 25 yard dash, 10 and under, girls- Muriel Webster, Gladys Greec, Lena Olbb. k j 50 yard dash, Kirkham, near seizing the distinction of Boston Carl Oahl, Donald Nelleon, John O'- and sliouting.from-the "You doh't_know. bean's till you eomo Girls' needle race-Mildred Neilson, to Raymond.. i Muriel Webster, Ella Court. Mr.Earl_andMr..Spackman, of There was no one with ling, also brought over some nice ex- hibits, and. thjr Hntlerites school, the Foch S.D.. had a display that was im- possible to surpass anywhere. Tbe showing irom.Welling was small. the Raymond cadet team la the marks manship contest, in tie tug-of-war, and Mr. Mitchell's mized chorus did liot sing as there wns no competition. ,'One prominent feature .of .the' fair was the.heavy showing'of-mmflowers. There were samples over fifteen feet 100.yard Kirkham, Carl high with .very dense.foliage. Here is ahl. Donald opportunity for .local farmers to cultivate the sunflower and to build sl.los following the progressive lead of The results of 'the: athletic follow: Dahl, Donald Neilson; 25 yard, dash, 8 :and unde events Lester Ion, _ n, DeLoiss Court, Lindon Brewer- 25-yard dash, ing Brewerton, Lester .ChriBtensen, and Claud Peterson, Welling. 25 yard dash, 8.and under, Cardston. A-danco in the.opera house under the auspices of. the school fair man- agement- closed the exercises of the day. T v T -i n A u me lacuity to lose or win J. K. L. Ross, S. D. gracefully. The judges were Mr. Mc- W. S. Kilmer to Match Horses ;it Windsor TOUO.N'TO, Sept. Jl. Orphen of this city has gono -to New York to meet S. D. Riddle, owner of MairO' War; J. K.' LV Ross, owner 0( Sir Barton fcExterm Windsor, early next month.' 'The offer Of a purso for the'raee has stirred up New York promoters, wlio. have bid for the match. .Mr.' Orphen I agronomist at the Clarcsholm School of .Agricultural, Longman, j principal of the Raymond. School of i Agricultural, Miss Jackson, o( Clares- holm School, and Miss .Virginia Fen- ton, teacher oi the Raymond public school. Commenting on the fair, Mr. Conkey said: Is-one of the best I'm sure it brtiu, Jl 13" One of j school fairs I have, seen! to arrange _lhe jjs a happy surprise to ially as It if. the first to held in TOliSMRS wired to York today thai ho would top any and every bid by ?10.0M. j Exterminator arrived at Woodbine Park here today and will be 'a staner In the Toronto .Autumn cup, at One mile and a quarter, to be njn on Hat- as one of tho features of tho i Ontario Jockey club's autumn race meeting. J. K. L, Rost is expected to ship Sir Barton, Boniface and Milk- mold here. Raymond. I see no reason why Ray- mond and Magrath, and. perhaps Stirling, cannot be good school fair centres. The'number and quality of tho exhibits Is excellent." Continuing., the government Judge said that he would like to nrge fathers to Rive their sons some pure bred live PHONE GC6 Calgary Amaieur Aggregation Dcfcaled Edmonton "Y" and Claims Title UAtXIARY, Sept: Calgary Hustlers won Ihe senior amateur base- I bail championship, here yoslerctay "lien they defeated the Fxlmonton V. JL C.. A. In a double header by Iho scores ut 10 In 2 Bnd 13 to It. H was the second meeting of a home and homo scries, the teams divining a double header in Edmonton Inst Sat- urday. Eighteen Clilncsj) slowaw.i-s were found on tho HrltUh steamer will- kens anivlng at Wrttkcn, X J Magrath Woman Was Badly Injured Made Determined to Save Children From Accident When Horse Started to Hun Away 410 FIFTH STREET After Vulcanizing by us your tires look the same as now tires just out of the stock, a'nil you know the cost of vulcanizing is :only a small part of the cost ol new casings.- We can save your old shoes and tubes and add many miles anil mouths of wear to them. Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works _._.. PHONE 1664 CHAPLIN, Lelhbrldae. UETHBRIDGE BRANCH AT MACLEOD 712 3rd AVE. B. CHAPLIN An Athletic Stride f Indicates -good feet, kept so by wearing good shoes that flt rinht. (I-'ro.m Our Own Correspondenl) MAOIlATIf. Sept. moat mir- aculous escape from death Is tha re- sult of an accident occurred hero on Tuesday evening. About 7 o'clock Mrs. Karl DIckson' was pre- iving to leave for ber homo Just K-W Service Station Service Siatlon Or the famous K-W Magnetos. All makes ol magnetos, colls paired. Vvn slock ot repair car- ried. All work MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. S18 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 WeVc been catering to men for many years, and once you start In wearing our shoes you'll never quit. Wo offer many desirable'styles In smart, trim appearance, from the best "SLATER" and the "YALE" at uniformly low. prices. LOUIS KEEL SHOP OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AM) TUB FLOHSHEIM SHOE OLIVER BLOCK 318 FIFTH ST, ;