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8 THE QGDEN STANDARD-EXAM1NER TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 3, 1920. I
w. l. ret.
Brooklyn 43 !5I2
Cincinnati 61 BM
New York 49 ''f1
Chicago BO BO .500
5t Louis 45 n2 '"J
Boston ..fO .465
Philadelphia 3 409
At Brooklyn St. Louis 4. Brooklyn
At New York Cincinnati 2, Now
At Boston Plttshurg 3. Boston 2.
At Philadelphia Chicago 4, Phila
St. Louis at Brooklyn
Cincinnati at New Ymk.
Pittsburg at Boston.
-Chicago at Philadelphia
Dutch Ruether Unable to Hold
New Yorkers; Score
New York. Aug. 3 New York de
feated Cincinnati yesterday 5 to 2.
makinjr the series two games to one
for the Giants Ncnr pitched a fine
pamc holding the champions to five
hits The Giant hit P.ucther freely
Burns leading with three singles.
R. H. E.
Cincinnati ? 3
New York 3 - t ,3
Batteries: Ruether. Kishcr and Al
ton; Nehf and Snyder.
BOSTON. Aug. 3. Errors by cseh
ger and Maranvllle in the seenth
helped Pittsburg score two runs and
enabled the visitors to defeat Boston
3 to 2 yesterday. A rally In the ninth
by Boston was cut short when Ma ran -vilte
hit Into a double play.
Plttsubrg - 3 5 2
Boston ' "
Batteries: Adam? Carlson and
Henncfer; Oescheger. Scott and
Brooklyn, auk. s. st. Louis
beat Brooklyn yesterday 4 to 1 Eleven
hits and three eai n 0 runs were made
off Marquade in the first seven in
nings. Hornsby drove In three runs
off Marquard In thef Irst seven in
and the one off Smith with a e:ngle.
Brookln scored on Johnston's pasj
and Griffith's triple.
K. H E.
St. Louis 4 14 ?
Brooklyn 1 4 0
Batteries. Doak and Clemmo. s.
Marquard. Mitchell and Miller.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug 3 Cn.v
ath's two-bagper was the feature of
vesterday's ninth Inning Philadelphia
rally, which however, fell short, Chi
cago making It two straight by the
score of 4 to 2 The locals bunched
four hits in the final inning, but Rlxe
popped to TerTJ frr the ;tnrd out with
two runners on bases.
B L E
Chicago 4 10 0
Philadelphia 2 i 4
Batteries: Tyler and KlUlfer. Smith,
Causey and Wheat,
TO BOX MiSKE
ON LABOR DAY
BENTON HARBOR, Mich.,
Aug. 3 The fight between
Champion Jack Ieinp?cy anil
Billy Miske, of St. Paul, on La
bor day here. Is assured by the
affixing of the Champion's sig
nature to the articles of agree
ment. Phil Campbell, business
manager of the Benton Harbor
Boxing club announced today.
Campbell said Promoter Fitz
slmmons In New York had In
formed him nf the slpnlnc Which
followed a conference with Jack
Kcarns. Hempsey's manager.
IMEX DIPLOMAT WOULD
DROP ORNATE UNIFORM
MEXICO CITY, July 31. Apparel
of'.' may proclaim the man, but it no
lor.ger will proclaim the Mexican dip
lomat. If tho i commendations of
Miguel Covarrublas, secretary of for
eign relations, arc adopted by the
Senor Covarrublas proposes that th?
1 ornate, gold-bralded uniforms worn by
the nation's envoys In other limes be
Bupplantcd by the severely simple
frock coats, which constitute the lull
1 dress of diplomats representing the
L'rited States and other countries.
I rjesiar-"! uii;uirm inui .ulaiio biiuuiii
tall In line with the customs of other
ruuntrles, advocates of diplomatic
dress reform point out that the recom
I mendations of Senor Covarrublas If
adopted, would result in appreciable
economies and would help convince
' . the world that Mexico is truly dc-mo-
In supporting the new movement for
!' dr'?: simplification, El Reraldo De
j Mexico recalls that during the Car-
ratiza regime a certain Mexican dlplo
r:at, upon presenting his credentials
j to a fastidious and punctilious Euro
l pean court, chose not to wear the con
; ventlonal diplomatic uniform In vogue
at that time, but Instead attired hlm
.cMl In n flaming frock coat, adorned
with a reneral's epaulets, und wore a
trl-color hand across his shirt front
I and gilded spurs on his boots. This
f diplomat had read somewhere that a
; minister plenipotentiary held the rank
of general, and. lacking a general's
W uniform, had adorned his flamboyant
I f-ock coat with what he believed to
bo tho proper martial accoutrement?-.
AKRON Thr Buckeye Horseshoe
araoclatlon has set a good example.
Seven states have modeled organiza
Hons on the Ohio plan. Wisconsin is
the latest to get in line.
W, L. Pet.
Cleveland 66 33 .fifiT
New York 65 38 .631
Chicago 61 59 .610
St. Louis 47 43 .400
Washington 45 48 .484
Boston 41 54 .432
Detroit 37 69 .385
Philadelphia 29 71 .290
At Chicago New York 7 Chicago 0
I At St. Louis Philadelphia 8, St.
! Louis 10.
At Detroit (First game) Boston 2.
Detroit 5 (Second irame) Boston 1,
I Detroit 2.
At Cleveland Washington 0. Cleve
Tods') i Schedule
New York ai Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Boston at Detroit.
Washington at Cleveland.
Babe Ruth Hits Thirty-eighth
Homer of Season: Ward
CHICAGO. Aug 3 "Babe" Ruth
cracked out hlo thirty-eighth home
run before a crowd officially rstlmat
icd at over 30.000 and New York shut
lout Chicago yesterday 7 to 0. Tt was
the third homer Ruth had hit off
William.; this season.
The visitors were in a batting mood,
, and Williams' wlldness helped the
I Yankees. Four of their scores came
by home runs, as the two circuit drives
wi re made with a man on base
Ruth In addition :o his home run.
walked twice and hit an Infield fly so
high he reached Vecond Das? before
the ball was raught by Ulsbr.1 n hi
other time up he knocked a double.
R. H. E
I New York 7 11 0
Chicago o 9 0
Batteries: Quinn and Itucl; Will
iams, Wilkenson. Schall; and Lynn.
DETROIT. Aug. 3 Detroit won a
double-header from Boston yesterday
5 to 2 arfti 2 to 1 In the first contest
J Bush was hit hard and the Tig rs
plied up an early lead. The second
was a pitching contest ciugstead's
double In the ninth brought In the
i First game:
R. H E
I Boston . 2 7 1
'Detroit 5 13 0
Batt.-r'.--: .1 Bush. Ivrr. Fortune
and Waiters. ddham and Meanton.
R. H E
j Boston i 7 o
I Detroit 2 7 1
' Batteries: Harper and Schang
t Dauas and Stanag.-s
CLE ELAND, Aug. 3 Burns
plnch-hltting for nightfielder Smith In
i the eighth, doubled to left and scored
Chapman and Speaker with the onlv
runs of yesterday's game, Cleveland
beating Washington 2 to 0 Coveli -kle
pitched effectively, while Court
ney's onlv lapse was In the eighth "
n H E
Washington o 5 0
Cleveland ,.2 5 0
Batteries Courtnev and Griarrltv
Joveleskie and O'Neill.
ST LOUIS. Aug 3. St. Louis rallied
In the eighth, scored six runs after
two mn were out, and defeated Phila
delphia 10 to 8. yesterday. The visi
tors batted Sothoron from the box In
the seventh and the locals knocked
Pcrrv off the mound in the eighth
.Philadelphia g u j
st. Louis ; . .'io is o
, Batteries: Perry. Naylor and Per
kins, Sothoron Burwell. Shocker and
TROOPS FOB Post
MISSOULA, Mont., Jluy 31 Recent
announcement from Washington that
a battalion of the Thirty-second infan
try, now stationed at Camp Kenrncv,
(CaL, will be transferred to the local
army post at Port Missoula was wel
come news to local citisens- For. thi
( past s.-ven years the fort, located four
miles southwest of this city, has been
unoccupied except for a brief period
during the world war when a branch
lot: th Student s Army Training corps
was receiving Instructions there.
1 It is one of the oldest posts of the
northwest, having been founded auP.
Ing the Indian wars. In recent yeare
i considerable improvements have heen
made there. During Its abandonment
: It has been in charge of a caretaker
NEW SPORTS FIELD.
IOWA CITY The board of control
of athletics has i-pent about JSfioo thi?
summer in improving Iowa field at th
'state university The Ilawkevo? now
have a gra.s baseball diamond
American Olympic Stars
, "j n'.'y
America's athletes mop. represent i
j lng the true American and American-1
ltm aro at Antv.erp, as ambassadors
as well as athletes. They aro ex
pected to chow by their sportsman
ship, their manliness r.nd Ibelr clean
!cji ability in gfuelliDg contests afield
(and on truck what the America of to
day mean" end how it Feels, and its at
titude toward tin rest of the world
Some of the outstanding members of
'the Olympic team of the United States
ire shown In the pictures.
CURES SFTTINf, HENS
- LOS ANGELES, Cal. Putting set
; ng hens in cages and hanging the
cages In tres where tho breezes will
plaj through the fowls' feathers Is a
scheme utilized by Patrolman Frank
lO'Mowell, of the Sawtelle police divi
sion, to induce the hens to begin lay
1 1 lng again.
"This lowers the high temperature
nature gave them for setting lime,"
it's q ui: I, TFsi
(By International St u, service.)
PANA, 111. Pearl Carroll, black
smith sho proprietor, believes In
'cleanliness. He has Just had Installed
1 1 an up-to-date bathroom, with shower
,and tubs, In his shop for the conven
ience of himself and help There Is
, I hot and cold water, looking glass,
islands and all tho accoutrements of a
first-class bath parlor.
T'non Carl I Inder and Joe Organ the
United States has pinned hopes for
honors on tae .Marathon events at
Antwerp. In the recent Olympic trials
at Travers Island. N. Y., these men
showed wonderful form
Earl Eby of the Chicago A. A. and
University of Pennsylvania, will run in
the 400 metre. 800 moire and 1500 me
tre relay events at Antwerp. Eby Is
fast a veritable lightning streak, and
be Is a favorite over enti les from other
nations to win, but he has stiff oppo
sit ion, and it Is joslble that he will
BY THE INSIDER
The expert psycho analyst
With high protruding brow.
Approached the brave Bamblna
And gently asked him: "How
Is It that you hit the ball
With such terrific force?
There Is some explanation
)t course success, of course."
But Bab. K ith med i llttlo shy
And mildly winked the other eye.
"Is It your mental attitude,
Or your subconscious mind?
Or do you with hypnotic eye
The rival pitcher blind?
Doyou work mystic wizardry,
; r use some mystic sense
W hich causes you o hit the ball
And send it o'er the fenCC ?
But Babe Ruth said: 'Oh, goodness
I simply hit It on the nose."
Th barber shop tonic of the hour Is
Babe Ruth and his home runs. The
question: "How does he get 'cni''"
Will move the most taciturn of hair
trimmers to much language. Taciturn
barbers are scarce, but when one Is
found he makes the sphynx seem ver
bose when tho Kuth topic Is broached.
Psychology may plaj an Important
part in th' Babe's continued success In
RECORD TRIP OVER U. S.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.. Aug. 2-Erwin
G. Baker, endeavoring to break the au
jtomobile time record between New
'York and Los Angeles, arrived here at
9 30 o'clock tonight, four days 23
hours and five minutes from Now
York He expected to leave for Los
Angeles tonight after minor repairs
had been made.
, Ruth comes to bat with 'he fixed
Idea that he's going to bump the ball
Into the bleachers.
The opposing pitcher is beset by
much the same notion. Ho thinks the
Babo Is more than likely to sUm one
over the wall.
The.-o two harmonious Ideas meet
and amalgamate. The result Is all to
the advantage of Ruth
No matter how determined the pit
cher may be to prevent Ruth batting
a home run. the fixed idea Is there
I In his subconscious mind that Babe
Is going to bounce one off the out-
j field parapet.
Mind controls matter, we are told,
and the pitcher la a marvel who can
combat the Idea that Ruth Is up there
(tt the pLaio, certain to straighten one
out four bases.
If the pitcher doesn't watch out he'll
j groove one to Ruth's liking,
Nothing succeeds like success and
Ruth's uncanny ability (5 quite llkelv
'to lessen a pitchers effectiveness
I WRESTLER DROWNED AS
HE ATTEMPTS RESCUE
SPOKANE. Au? 2. John Pillar, for
mer physical director of the Y. M. C.
A. at Went-tachee. Wash., and formerly
light heavyweight champion wrestler
of Montana, wa3 drowned In the Pend
Oreille river near lone. Wash Satur
day, according to word received to
Iday Pillar, with another man, sough!
to rescue a woman swimmer.
TED 18 KING.
DES MOINES Whenever Jack Cof
Ifey decides it is time for tho Des
Moines club to win a ball game he
calls upon Ten Odenwald, the 18 year
old left handed phenom.
WICHITA. Frank Isbell has a rare
player In Catcher ' Yam Yam" Yarv.in
He is leading the Western league in
home runs, besides being a catcher of
the Steve O'Neill type
SHOES IN 1922.
DES MOINES This city is bidding
for the national bore,shoe pitching
tournament for 1922. Columbus Is r;lso
trying to attract the barnjard golf
set a record In defeating them, which
he fully expecLs to do
Duke Kahanamoku, the Hawaiian,
champion swimmer of the world. Is a
member of the United States swim
imng tram at the Olympics The duke
is still breaking records He will be
a point getter for L'ncle Sam
I.oren Murchir.on, the great New
York Athletic club sprinter, won his
place on the team in the final tryonts
I at Harvard stadlu n by defeating a trio
I of dash stars nationally known. His
;tlme wa; 10 secjt ds flat
The Chicago White t'-ox aren't afraid
;of tho Yanks It's the Indiana. Eddie
Collins su s:
It isn't the Yankees who'll give
us troutde. It's the Indiana we are
prorrylng about. The Yankees aren't
a smart ball club and th:it kind of a
team doc-pr, t win pennants The Yanks
won t keep up their present gall when
the get away from the Polo Grounds
and won't have tho- stands to hit
homers into The race is fully devel
oped now and the Yanks will have
tough sledding in their coming two
; Nerve is the big asset of a pitcher,
! according to Bill Prough. one of the
steady twlrlers of the Pacific Coast
circuit. He says!
"The trouble with most pitchers Is
that when they, get in a hole they let
,the ball gD and they wonder If It's
X'mii',' where they want it to go. That
naturally gets on their nerves. When
1 fellow pitches to a batter like Babe
j Ruth he naturally gets fidgety. The
fellows who get by on Babe are those
who Bay to themselves This fellow
isn't any better than anybody else,
.so here goes ' A felluw w ho'll say th.it
and kid himself along like that has
nerve. Nerve 19 half of pitching if
you have the nerve of a burglar jou'ru
a winner In the box "
FRENCH 'BLUEBEARD IS
PAINED AT TREATMENT
PARIS. July 31 M. Landru. the
iGambals "Bluebeard," as tho police
call him, when Informed that three
alienists had declared he w,t? sane andi
responsible for his actions replied)
melanchollcally: "I am pained that;
,1 cannot say the same about the men
,vho are hounding me."
i Landru will come up for trial Aug-;u-t
4 on charges of eleven counts of1
murder growing out of tho disappear
ance of ns man" women to whom he
bad prpmlsed marriage.
''You charge me with murder," ex
claimed Landru to Judge Bonin. "mur
Iders, 11 of them. I am shocked' These
(women have disappeared. I do notl
'dispute the fact. They had had dis
agreements with their families. Let
nie free and I shall find them. You'
jaccuse me of having had ten mis-'
.tresses. 1 plead trullty Where Is the1
'Parisian, aged 50. who has not had
;nt least twelve mistresses. Will he boj
guillotined for having mistresses? And'
'pray, why have I committed all these I
I abominations ? To rob my victims0!
I I if what? They had nothinVr but Rus
sian securities and their furniture was
of the cheap variety. Don't pester the
French public with 'the Landru case''
any longer Secure our indemnity
1 from the Germans. That is the most
1 COAST LEAGUE 1
W L. Pet
rnon 71 52 .577
Salt Lake fi7 51 568
Los Algeles 62 57 .821 1
San Francisco CO 59 .504'
Portland 55 68 487
Seattle 56 02 .4751
Oakland 65 fi .447
Sacramento 50 6 9 .120
Los Angeles '1, Seattle 3,
No other games scheduled.
Angels Lose Final i
Game to Seattle 3 to 2
SFATTLE. Aug 3. Seattle won the
deciding game of the series hero yes
terday rallying In the final frame and
winning from the Angels 3 to 2 In a
Isr.appy contest. Murphy homered In
the final spasm with one on.
R. H. K
Los Angeles 2 6 Oj
Seattle 3 6 2
Batteries Keating and Bassler; ,
GIANTS GET BONUS
IF GAME IS WON
NEW YORK. Aug. 3 If the Now
' York National league baseball team
defeats Cincinnati here today In the
I final game of the current series, the!
players will receive- a bonus of $1000
I from Charles A Stoncham, tho Giants'
-POP" GEERS DRIVES
PETER JUNE TO VICTORY
TOLEDO, O., Aug. 2. Peter June.
driven by tho veteran Edward Gcers, 1
I won The Elks' Club 2.09 trot for a
, purse of $5000, feature race of the
I opening day of the grand circuit meet-'
ing today. Bruslloff was driven to I
thr front in the opening heat by Tom-p.v-
Murphy, but Peter June, the favo-i
rite, won the next two heats.
Dottle Iay. winner at Columbus last
j week captured the 2: 18 trot.
Tom McMahon, with Drift Patch,
captured tho 2:06 pace In straight:
Symbol S. Forrest had easy sailing
In the 2 12 pace and won In straight
I heats. In the second heat Frank
Whitehead was cut about the face j
when Baron Rusoell tripped and went
Following Geers' victory In The Elks
siake. the local lodge of Elks present
er him with a blanket sulL
BABE RUTH CRACKS
OUT ONE MORE HOMER
CHICAGO. Aug. 2 "Babe" Ruth:
cracked out h!s 38th home run before1
'a crowd officially estimated at over I
C".'biii and New Y'ork shut out Chi
cago today 7 to. 0. If was the third
homer Ruth hid hit off Williams this'
The visitors were In a batting mood I
and Williams' wlldness helped the
Yankees. Four of thlr scores came
by home runs, as the two circuit drives
were made with a man on base.
Ruth, in nddltion to his home run.
walked twice and hit an infield fly so,
hurh he reached second base before I
the ball was caught by Rlsberg. On
: his other time up he knocked a double. ,
TWO HORSES UNABLE
TO ENTER BIG RACE
TOLEDO, O., Aug. 3. Some of the
j interest was taken from today's gTand j
circuit program, the second da of the
Fort Miami meeting, when It was an
nounced 'hat Slncin C, and Grace Dl
rect had been declared out of the free
i for all pace on account of physical un
Ifi'ness Their withdrawal will make the race
a three-cornered ?ffair Sarado, Prin
cess and Gladys B being tho starters I
SEALS GET PLAYER
FROM WESTERN CLUB
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug 2 Robert
L. Hasbrook. first baseman of the Des
Moines club of tV Western league, has '
been purchased by the San Francisco
club of the Pacific Coast league, ac
cording to word received from Port
land. t.re.. where San Francisco played
last week. Last season Hasbrook s hit ,
ting percentage was .310.
ROWER TO COMPETE.
TORONTO, Ont.. Aug. 2. Robert
Plbble. of the Don Rowing club, who
was defeated at the Pennsylvania re
gatta, will represent Canada In the sin
gles of the Olympic sculling events, it
v. as announced today.
In the Olympic "fours," tho Cana
dian representative crew will be tho
Argonauts R. Ha-, H Harcourt. H.
Landriau, and S Hay. A. Everett will
RXtM UT CHOV.VSKl
BCFFALo. N. Y., Aug 2 Johnny
Wilson of Boston, middleweight cham
pion, knocked out Steve Choynskl. of
.Milwaukee, In the fifth round of a I
scheduled ten-round bout tonight.
When Harry Wills, colored heavy
weight, knocked Fred Fulton kicking n
nt Newark. N J., he automatically be-
came Jack Dempey's strongest con-
Li rider for a championship tight. H
Drmpscy has waived the color line
Ho wants to fight. He needs the
money. But he had figured that Ful-
ton was probably the gentleman he'd H
have to llek first. H
All that's off now. The new hope
Is a negro boxer. '
Jack Johnson is in Jail. Joe Jean
nette has retired. Sam Langford Is
still piece-mealing out a living from jHS
tho ring, but he no logner cuts any
figure. Sam McVey has Just come jpj
back from Panama, but he's probably
Cone back too far to ever enter in any
of Jack Dempsey's future That leaves
It up to Wills. jH
Wills was thrown out of the ring H
In San Francisco last New Y'ear's day r y
for stalllnR along with another negro
boxer It killed his chances on the I
coast, where he had become a favorite. wjfjl
Y'et those who told him to leave town Kg
also knew that he was a great fighter
If he wanted to be.
Are we entering Into a new boxing j!,
era In which a colored boxer Is to play j
a big part? Perhaps until he meets
ON WAY TO GAMES
ON ROARD THE U. S. S. MV
TOIKA. Aug. 2 The clear and snap- fir;'i
py weather today served to exhilarate 8fw'.'I
the American athletes on board the I
Matolka, bound for the Olympic games SfKTn !
and considerable improvement waa mSn
noted in their workouts. "!''
Several of the athletes have colrif
due to the sudden change in the ten
A full training schedule was carried fe
out today, in addition, the aihletes bKwIm'
were put through an hour's drilling jfteli,1
under army officers that they may Bfer':
make a good appearance when they Efefe'1-
march Into the stadium on the opening ffiril i
day of the Olympic games. Coac!) RrrM
Moaklej ai a dinner talk tonleht :
warned the athletes that they must H
give their best efforLs to win for Amor KS; ; !.
lea. He dilated on the necessity foi fiff''
seriousness in training The talk wat fj .
warmly applauded. Kfpjcte
The leaking boiler on the Mntoika Brw&:;i
was repaired today. The steamer i Mllsyf'H
due to arrive at her destination Satur p'$U
day afternoon. it !
GOLFERS ARRIVE TO
COMPETE AT CHICAGO M
CHICAGO, Aur. 3 Golf experts be- FV,.
gan arriving early today for the begin- f -'rJ
nm of the western open champion J
h,P ai 1 lj i ip a fields tomorrow, f
Eighty-eight players, including seven fwSrV' it
amateurs, have entered, it was an- E3jjq-;.
aounced today KRftM !
A crowd of local enthusiasts turned R;. : . .
out to get a view of Jim Barnes, of the sni-i1 c
Sunset Hill club of St. Louis, present KjtJ:?' . ,
title holder. iHfifrJ'!-'
Walter Hagen, national and metro- BoSC'
polltan champion, attracted much at fcMT '
tent ion. He and Barnes are the onlv rro!
previous winners of the wvstern open
golf championship. pcf '! r
' i,vm II p.i.ms FRENCHMAN
JERSEY CITY. N. J . Aug. 2 Jo BBl9&i
Lnch of New York, out-pointed Char LsBSw$
lie Ledoux, French bantamweight BsibBSS
champion. In virtually every round of Riulri
their 12-round bout tonight. In tlu V
final round Lynch eaupht Ledoux off HlHin
balance and scored a knockdown but &BlllBll
the Frenchman was on his feet in a KBlKlt
RED SOX GET MEYERS. L -
CLEVELAND. Aug. 2 Pitcher El- blii
mer Myers, claimed by the Boston lBtH;l' "
Americans when the Cleveland Anxeri-
ran league club asked waivers on him,
has been turned over to the Red Sox
for the v .nvcr price, it was announced y
GRADS W ILL Ml IT
WINNIPEG. Can., July 31. The H ,
first triennial meeting of the Fedcra- IS I
tlon of University women of Canada AbLsam-
will be held In Toronto August 26, and MHk
27.'. Winnipeg's delegates will Include hRLiWpL
the Dominion president, Mrs. R F iBBflnBr
Mc Williams, Mrs. Luther Lennox. Miss tsSsBvOsTr
Elsie Moore and Miss Josephine Par- y'JJ,
kin It Is expected that the meeting LaWv?
will bo attended by university gradu- IsBOk -
ales from every part of Canada. UfcfflfiBT'.' A
W EST CLAIMS PREMIER
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, Can , July BBiif ' '
31. Western Canada may not only WWS'1 '
claim an Interest In the new Canadian
premier as a western man, but may KaSt3Li.-,
show a similar interest In his wife. '
Mrs. Melghen. whose maiden name fclRljg:
was Jessie isobel Cox, was born at BRj' .
Granby, Quebec, but came west to BEKsRF
Blrtle. Can., at the aKo of six years. WJ:
It was while teaching school here, ';
where the premier was on the staff of
the Collegiate, that .Mr and -Mrs tw
Melghi n met ."nd wre married There MT
are three children, Teddle, who spends J
his summers "farming" jit the Manl- 1
toba home of Senator Sharpe, Mai
and Lillian. SSfiSSSnn
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