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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE SIX TftG LETHBRIDOE DAibt ftGHALB SATCRDAY, APRIL UP FATHER" By G. McM anus HOW M.KNl' j j t TOLD '-I'OC i t'jOS! T0 t dac> i toO DON'T KNOW HIN4-VOO T TO S' MORTAR OONT TELl, Mtf. TO lit; ___ 101J1ET- II- IT TC W ME BE 'i> C. I L1VIN' IrS A tsHMHTV- 'fr! 1 61TTIN- The Sport "IHERESr'GOUlDNTPENWEAND Pardons a shot, which he turned round the post for auotlier corner, with a similar reward. On Ihe goal kick. Eastern got away, and tried- a ueai pass, but Andersou was right on to lits game and'tho, ball swiftly re- turned to the league's territory, Tho wind blowing liard at this time and anything iu the-nature of-team play was impossible. The Vets ap- "1 Bis Crowd in Spite of High Wind-More Even Than Score indicates fir V.Blf an hour before the s-i BOSTON, Mass., April ton and Brooklyn open the National League baseball season today with morning and afternoon games at Braves Field. The wea- ther was clear, but a sharp wind made crowd seek the shelter stands. Soldier (jniforms. were usual much in evidence in throng of early'season fans. For the morning same Nehf was slaved to occupy the box for Bos- ton, with Rudolph in reserve. Man- ager Robinson, of Brooklyn, held Pfeffer, Cadore, and Grimes in readiness, with Pfeffer preferred, for the opener, YOUR LIFE INSURANCE IS OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT THE PRES- ENT TIME TO YOURSELF AND .-AMILY. Do you km v that tho canlls! value of lhtj lire of a ago 35, carniue ?ltOOO per annum, to liis dependents la over and liia tusuralilG Yfltuo over JI0.00U? the ever decreasing value of the dollar, the man who, perhaps, was amply in- sured five yearn ago, should to- day DOUBLE Ills nrotcctlou. Talk uver your insurance needs with your SKK The Agent of the CANADA LIFE H. J. H. SKE1TH Sherfock B'ock COAST LEAGUE yretty ivorkron iho left wing, Thomp- peared to be results of their active service, and'were partic- ularly smart on the ball, their forward line working well together, and show- _ more speed than their untrained liiig shot, which Just cleared tUe cross 'bar. Hard Hues. Bill Whyte tried one r son surprising the faus who cheered lustily. Holberioji aud Jock Tcmiant were getting in some splendid work after and Jock sent iu a Jightn- in' "1E oppor A run uP ihe wing -with a .ered IJall Park proved, il'proof.were neces- Fairy, [hai U'llibridge people are ready for'a revival of sport in the city and will -supiort any endeavor to put 'on good .clean games. Additional interest was evinced in t'ji; fact that it was tbe first 'game under the auspices of iho L A. A. A. aud in the fact that this was the first appearance ot the Veterans as a spbrtinE institution. The ground had Imn put in first class shape by the Public Commis- i 3.35. The rest of t blue and fellow' league playing stripes, and the fragments from France iu their swea- tor? of-brlght red: Fragments From Frsncp Dunlop Tennanl. Anderson, '_ Wigley. W. Linninj, Robertson, H. Linning, Thompson Then Th: First Blood came the first real thriH of McKay. J. Tennant, .Mclntyre, Cou'ey, Easton Itolberton, Either interesting himself -per- i Mutton. byte. IIpYt) ations and it is karris, rne in the prepara safe tc> say thai never Park been in better .-omiL'Jon as plavini! pitch. The veterans In Itrfist keen as Mie time lUj int? ie j> u stotftethe fin ftat'a als'li wind Sai I left in the place 01 A. Gurr A high been blowing all 1-Jv. A swat crowd wind was blowing across the pitch. could be seen wending its way to ills battle field, aud by the tirae called for taa game the_grandstand and bleacii- e.-s were well "filled." The City Band pkiycd in Che main streets of ilk-3 cily the'game. The soldiers, marshalling their-forces, made a great rush, the i ball travelling from bait backs to for- wards. LiEr.ios passed io Robert- j son. who worked his way through, ana i gainer sent a fairly swift shot straight for the goal. Parsons came meet It. but was unable to connect, and "num- ber cue" for the Veterans was rung up, -0 minutes from tbo start. En- thusiasm ran high, and cheers rent' the air.- Away came the reils again, the hall being sent well ahead of the civies defence, bat this time Parsons was well onto his Sob and kicked clear. Hutton secured and passed to Ten- iroin 39 yards out and Dunlop gathered EL iu. as he did many others. The whistle sounded as Easton put la a uice shot, and the big game'ivas over. Tbe Vets were the best team, fce- acuse they were faster and liad had good training. The football they bad played "over gave them an ail- vantage over their opponents. Gen- eral opinion considered the league team after a couple or three games to- 1 TIlLL. CALLED A DRAW tho would be interesting to see how worked out. The City League, thank their porfers for a splendid A liitle over a hundred dollars resulting from over 500 said admissions. They thank tho city band forc the services nnd guarantee to pul up some good games this season and Ihus merit 'the coil- tinued support of the citizens. and the spectators were not very san- guloe as to the chances of witnessing a The Game The Vets won the toss- and elected to kick with the wind and sun in their favor. At the tout of the whistle they AUTOMOBILE OWNERS AND BUSINESS MEN DO you know your own car? 13ID you ever get hung up SOMBWHBRES 20 miles froio nowhere, and then had to be PULLED JN" or send for a me- chanic to iix UTTLE .THlXO.tbat VOU could have fixed yourself IF you had only koown HOW? Would it not PAY you to take a COURSE of INSTRUCTIONS. three evenings a week. LET us introduce you lo YOUR OWN CArt and mafce YOU OVERHAUL it. REPAIR it, and teach you a system of TROUBLE SHOOTING lift never again will you in the aggravaiins position ol lielng TpWEDW.ETC. Mondty, Wedntiday, Friday .7.00 .to .10.00 p.m. HEMPH1LL MOTOR SCHOOL Second Ave. S, Phwe 1837 returned but Xc-sbit cleared, after some more pressing the play was more midfieldl Maclntyre was in j a position for a shot but the refereo judged him offside. From this time on. tho reds did most of the attack- ing, the stripes feeling the loss of NTes- bil, -who slrained the muscles of his GOLF :ot riBht away and the civies early letl Ice. and was forced to play with ound "that thev had no m'ean team I that handicap for tlie rest of the game. The stripes made several trips into the Fragment's territory, but 9oulcl not against them. The Vets pressed hard, tut Karris and Xesbitt appeared to ie well able lo hold them and sent heir forwards well up the field in spite of the wind, but the Fragments were keen and returning. Parsons was with a directed shot by tobertson. This player shot again ihortly afterwards, out direction was poor. A comer against the stripes was fruitless, the ball going behind and a few minutes later Shaw tried score, the defence playing a sterling llespile the iiigh wind yesterday :he golfers were out an force for the an- nual president i and -vice-president match, with the result.that the presi- dent is on lop, 11 to 7. The results: S. McArihur 0. T. Oiland 1. D. Duff 0, P. H; i Toll 1. 'W.-MacGrcjor 0, Ji. J. I'alerson'o. W. Crawford 0, H. Skeilh 1. J. Jlackay I. Jianchestsr 0. game. Billy Linning, in spiie of his W. L. Hardie 1, W. A. Parker 0. injury, was playing a great game, hut Supt. Pennefather 0, II. A. '.MeKil- perhaps he had an v.nfair advantage lop 1. ATHLETIC GOODS b y. S. GOVERNMENT Y.M. C.A, K. of C, At Horn. Akro.d Official account of that injury. He must j be in the same and let it be said to the credit of the league team, he was never roughly tacWed. The stripes came within an ncfi of netting- through Coftey and threatened the Vet'a citadel several times, bat their luck seemed to he out. Then .came Llnninc's chance, Billy secured I Ihe ball from a nice pass from the i right wing and, although the civilian (defence tried lo intercept him, he sent in a stinger which Parson's came out to meet, bat never saw. A great goal by a great little player, and the Vets were two up. binning fell heav- ily shortly before the close of the first halt anil suffered severely, but finished the period. The stripes tried to [notch one against the wind, but the 1 whistle bleiv with the ball In midfield. .f. S. KirU'.am 0. R- Dinning 1. Dr. Dricker J. R. Palmer 0. 5nsp. Shoehotfcam 0, J. A, Reid i. H. (J. Clarke B. A. Ewert 0. V. Hewitt 1, J. Jluir 0. I. K. Thomson 0, .lay Reid 0. Dr. W. V. Craig 1, u. Hume 0. Dr. 1, H. W. Menzlo 0. K. H. Wilnon 1. R. Hinds 0. JIcKcnzie W. F. Burns .T. W. Bowrten I, K. Waddington 0. A. Mara 1, S. J. Shepherd 0. I'., K. Carherry 0. D. Thoms.on 1. T. McJyeo-J 1, H. Reid 0. TIGPRS 5, BEARCATS 3 v j the High school and the clashed again on THE ALBERTA SADDLERY CO. 303 FIFTH STREET S. Have you seen the Kelly Springfield Tire Yet? WE SELL OTHER HIGH GKADE ACCESSORIES THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 4U FOURTH.AVFNUE -T I sent of the opposing captain. The Vets were by no means weakened by the substitution, for lhat player put up a great game and many times tested the stripes goalie. and.Hammj- Linnlng made some excellent shots, it found Holberton and White thorns i thefr sides, while Hutton was play- ng a great Game and many times oolod tlie smart forward line ot the 'efs. Two fouls we're awarded ajainst he civilians ana Ihe.' game slowed own.' The latto'.' ili'd not. "come aefc" as was confidently expected. Tolberton went inside left and livenfd ho attach for them, but Anderson efcifled in great form and broke up heir Twenty minulee after the esteit, Hammy Linning put'the Frag- ments three ahead and camo close lo he fourth, Kill Whyte at centre half had his measure, and 'requentlj' spoilt that youngster's efforts. The .'els half back !lne supported their orward line splendidly, ar.d once again proved that a team playing together he superior of '.cam picked from several clubs for certain match. The irat comer off the was given by Anderson and the result was awaitec with breathless interest, but Tennanl cleared and the ball was away up the field again. On Ihe return Holberton passed prettily to Jack Kaston, and Iliat player took advantage of his chance and gave Dunlop a eizzler to hold, which he did splendidly. was starved for a period when he was beautifully placed and rarely had a to do the work he was plfclnly capable of. conceded A corner jiu cne stripes hnl nolhtng resulted. fourth goal rarae from off ai figers -weren't slow to Inke advanlago if IUB a'act. Ridpath pitched a good game, but Ms team did not give him he best of support, Kor the Tigers, Sang did the twirling and had some of the Bearcats' lialr standing on sml when they faced him at Ihe bat. Ic was good support, and tho rtsult -was a victory for the Tigers. The line-up was as follows: Hyssop, c.; JI. Glass, U. ScKzer, W. Rldpatii, p.; 0, Mctafn, lb.: IJ. Hagell, 2b.; U Scott, r.f.: .Tohnsonj fl. Mao- donal'J. o.f. Dolison. 3b.: A. Orcen, Decision Met Wiih General Ap of Cleanest Bout Ever Staged Here PRELIMINARIES WERE j FAST AND CLEAN Ross-made..his first 1919 appear- ance 'in LethbrMgc when he stacked up" against "Kid" Caraon of Edmonton iii what was plainly a ten dramas called'by Referee "Kid" M'axWell.' -The crowd was entirely sat- iififd thai s'draw right -.Te'r- tlict, J j v. none of Ihe ten stanzas did eith- er esUblish a clear lead. K was 3 case or'.tit for tat right through. .1C'on Friday, July 25. occasion Ross forced the fighting Carson e-ime right back and evened it up. Ross appeared to be the aggres- sor hut this was only on account r.f the fact that Carson is strong on foot- Work aud being fresh right tlrpugh the'bout he was ablc'to do'somo mil! ing whenever .the onporlunily pre- sented. There was nothing outstand- ing In Ihe bout except that, both box- ers were willing to give and lake punishment. The bout was clean all the way through and on several occas- ions the crowd applauded sportsman- like conduct ou the part of both men. In this regard the bout -was the most pleasant ever witnessed here. Sjl-jon Wclglied '152 Carson's manager claims lhat lie entered the ring at 152 pounds. Koss was round the 168 mark and bore] some of tho visible sigus ot bis battle with Farmer in Calgary. But to the crowd there was very little differ- ence in. the appearance of the two men. They have a very similar style, end. except tliat Ross is somewhat rangier it would bo hard for a strang- er to tell them apart in thr. ring. Carson entered the ring shortly after let o'clock and Ross some min- Xititca later. Jn Carson's corner were Cotton, colored veteran of some of mills, and Kid Lucas, the Calgary fireman. In Jloss1 corner there .i-wero Lush and McPherson. Kid Max- well referced the bout to the enllM satisfaction of all. Led In Second If there was round In H iiich had a lead it was the second when he did some prclty infighting. Good Preliminaries N'o better preliminaries were evt-i staged locally than Ihosc wliich in troduced the malu go hist night. The semi-windup brought out Krankie Landers of Lethbridge iviid Kid I of Calgary. Lucas was constderablj the heavier and hit hard but Landcn is a comer and did a big share of the milling. Landers was sporting a cnuti flower ear which Lucus banged in the i seventh aud us ho- didn't want tha i member to become any more proniln i ent tho bout was called at tho end u I the seventh. It was a gnod draw. Land- with experience will become j of the best boxers in the province. He i Us shifty and packs a nice punch. Luc- las Is' more awkward but carries a! haymaker would do dniuago if he could land it A Well-Matched Pair Jockey Webber and. Kid Sadowski tangled In. a three round preliminary and put up a nice mill. Sadowskl is pno of tho boys who always pleases the local fans. He is a rujged litito boxer and is. ready to mix it any old j Craudall and Ltipan time.-As for lhat. mixing It is Web- ucr's middle name. It was a nitty pre- liminary.1' The house last night was not up lo usual mark, due no itoubt to tho fact that everyone iu the outsldo dis- tricts is working overtime seeuMns. It was announced by Promoter Brown that Harry Anderson would I., likely appear hero some time'in the' Sacramcnla first week of May .against of Tacoma, tnc claimant of the coast 1113l'cr- llghUvelght championship. Harrison isi also billed to appear here against n' good man if be- makes the projected trip to Alberln to meet Frank Fanner. INTERNATIONAL OOLF TOURNEY AT HAMILTON Phone Portland Salt Lake James and Baker; Spencer. (Friday Games) II. H. E 10 .j 10 (.'aldera aui Los Angeles Vernon Cook. i Sal! !L 11. 3 1, S Reiser tn It. H. 4 S K Sealou and McKee; Kramer, Krausi Colivell am! Elliott. H. I! i: i Seattle and Hitchic: Gardiner am NEW YORK, April United States CJolf Association announced last nijht that tho international tour- nament match between the United and Canr.da would be played on tile-links at Hamilton, Out.> on The Hrantforil Commercial Travel- lers' Clnh made a house-to-house can- vass to obi a in for the Children's Shelter work. FOR SALE A Nnmber Second- Hand Tires 're-treaded and repaired We will give you a good repaired tube with each ot these casings bought between1 now nnd April 10th. SERVICE co. 2nd Aye. S., opp. Fire'Hall CAPS OJLO AND HiTLAJ The RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP U Reliable Geflrgc Rear "D" FirquhJriorTj Prop. The Si. S. But Carson was in such good condi- tion tliat the local hoy's blows apiwar- od. to have litlio effect. In tho tlilrd Carson slipped and went halfway through tlic ropes, fn the ninth lloss slipped and sat down. Nfo hlood was drawn though both took some hard blows-In several ol the rounds. "fs Tioss as good as he used to he." was tiib question with ttie fans afterwards, Kveryotiu voted the Ed- monton battler a nice fighter and a good clean Bporl. Want Reltjrn in Edmonton 'We irant Itoss to come to Edmon- THE RADIATOR MAN FIFTH ST. S, lb.; C. Sang, p.; 0. Morriton. c.; n., im jor a return said Ual- Hp.rvey, r.t.; .1. Muscovilch. l.f.; K. after the show. "II Altken, C. Hull'on, 11. M- will bo a fifteen-round affair, and I'll chols, 2b. _ i wager the result .v.-iil lie different. Hosfj and Carson drew- a bljc house OH! BOY! Cecil tlullterford. BOB of Dr. A. C. Rutherford, admitted to tlie bar Tuesday riiornitig by sir, .'.JiulicB Hyndman at Kilnonton. Ihero last time but if they come to it'will take the biggest Imlld- Ing in 'tlio capllal hold the fans, They want to sec C-jraon got revenge." We have some Bargains in Second Hand Cars CAt-l. IN AND SIS THEM I Agtnt for Miller Tirtt, to give long mlletge. We make own Auta Shop In Connection, BIJOU MOTORS FIFTH what you will. say Vhen 3'cn sco your ncit retread, If it's done the "DRJ KURErt WAY Your tire be huilt tip with the licst of fresh new material ami Trill rc.ccko by curing In our new Jilt) mold a design nnd finish' that- must please th-j most exacting, Vulcanizing gQ8 gt.'S. Opp. Ellfeon Millf Willed Plain Language You'll find that common words, simple explanations and quick action are the rule at the Willard Service Station. It ii put of Willtrd policy to makciteuy [or every user of o Willird pt the most out of it. So our instructions rj-c pbin: pure wtltr. hydfoaivlvr tnt every tn-tt wftkt, test less J.2IS ft any Ino sircceiaiva itudinin come strtitht to 'co Station, 311 SOME GOOD VALUES IN USED CARS BAALIM MOTOR Co, ACK OF UNION Love liirttt at our and we will ttn4 you one of our 1919 calendars. ;