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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDT.E DAILY KEfULD MONDAY. APRIL 38. BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus OONT Of AR I JOW CAME iFS Ty TEULfOO THE SMITHS JU8T PHONED CHWsEOTHE ILL THEN I VOff T HAVE TO and get the plebiscite moving sometime before neit Octnhers The sport boosters are organlz- Ing for the frfr and their is: ".What has. done Ijethbrfclre can do." The canvas- sers who are boosting fast time are meeting with a lot of support in unexpected quarters. .-The oppoctnt of fast time should organize for neit winter so that the railways will not ad- vance -their., clocks nezi year. But so long ac the railway clocks are fast ihe majority, of the people want to be there" too. Dual ufie IFiitygetner too confusing. CALLIES PRACTICE Caledonian Football Club will 4- hold a practice game at the -ball park on Wednesday at p.m. All. Interested please at- 'tend. Strip will be op hand. 5. 4 t .TURFMEN DISAPPOINTED TORO.N'TO. April here tire disappointed over the refusal of toe: authorities lo-lift the'ban on thf racing. Manf stables have _. rive'd lately at. the rt'otxfcine track in cipeclatiou cf racing this spring. It U announced that the King's Plaio will be.ran as usual on. May 24. Sec- retary rW. P. Fraser of. Ihe Canadi HatIr.K Aswclatlon has called a meet- iog ot the ar.d directors o> the Ontario Jockey Club for neif w'eek the slluitlon will be dis- ctisstd. WHY NOT Have y6ur next Tire Reaairlnf done by Ihe Veteru Tire Repair' Junior League Being Organized Musi Sign Teams Bv Miiv 10 In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Cincinnati ..5 Brooklyn.......... 3 Pliiladclphla.....j 2 PittsVurg...... 2 2 Xew York 1 Boston.......... 0 Sf. Louis___.... 0 Lost I'ct. 0 0 l.Oflfl 1 -S67 2' .500 2 .500 2 .333 3 .OCJ 5 .000 Chicago SUNDAY GAMES R. H. E. 3 11 0 St. Louis.........'.... 1 3 Tyler and Killlfer; Goodwin, Luro and Sncider. It. H. E. AMERICAN Boston Chicago St. Louis Washington Detroit Philadelphia Cleveland New York Wou Lost 0 Pel. 1.000 .SOO .500 .333 .333 .uOO .SOI) .000 SUNDAY GAMES Bast-ball supporters held an enthusi- astic meeting on Saturday at tbe Y.M.C.A.. n-hen plans (or, the season were pushed along. A committee of the lesgue, includ- ing Lieut- Filmnr and C. E. Brandoir, was appointed to line 'up tlie Junior League teanjs without delav, and jun- ior players in the city are urged to get liusy and'line up their teams Im- mediately EO that the schedule may be prepared and league started. A .schedule committee vras appoint- ed for the senior league games. Con- tract forms for the senior teams are being printed and tie tearns -.must sign their players and .hand in. the 'contracts not later than'May 10th. The schedule is ti-pected (6 'open 'very shortly alter this date. PACIFIC COAST Pittsburg Cincinnati Hamilton, Evans and luether anil Rariden, (Only tw.o "SUNDAY GAMES Morning Los Angeles 15 7 Edmonton Now Has Central Spori Driscoll President Byler; Crandal) and R. H. E. 2 12 4 Mariana Boles, Lapan. Afternoon game- Salt Los Angeles Lererens and Byler; Aldridee, Beer and Boles. Oakland........... 061 Seattle......... 1 S 1 Kremer and Mllze; Elliott, Falken- burg and Ritchie. R. H. E. Vernou 1 G 4 Portland........- T 7 1 Reiger, Ross and Cook; Jones and Baker. 150 490 Schmidt; SATURDAY GAMES Pittsburj Won CHICAGO, April Pittsburg made it two out of three from the Chicago Nationals today by winning Ihe fiual game ot t'ue series, 6 to 3. 'Babe'' Adams, 'veteran pitcher ot the Plttsbure team, opposPd Douglas and Weaver on. the slab. The Cubs made 12 hits off Adams, twice as many as the visitors made, but hi tight places they (ailed to deliver. R. H. B. Piltsburg 664 Chicago 3 12 1 and Schmidt; Douglas, Waiver and.Kiliefer. For Reda CINCINNATI. April 36r-Cincinnati made it four straight from St. Louis, 5 to 1, today, thus winning the en- lire series.-; Luque, Cubab pitcher, was hit hard id ihe later innings, but very fast support, including two lightning double kept the vis- itors from becoming dangerous. Doak was wild., H. H. E. St. i 9 1 Cincinnati........... 5 S 1 Retohart, Slier- dell. Tnero aud demons; L-uque and Hariden. Brooklyn-Boston: Cold. New Cold. H. II. B. Ration ___.......... s 9 0 Washington 0 5 3 Jones and "Walters; Shaw, Hovlik, Thompson and Plcmlcli. R. H. B. Chicago 6 13 Detroit 491 Williams and Schalk; Dauss, Kallio and Stauage, Ainsmith. Cleveland-St. Louis game, postponed. (No other games The final arrangemenls tor the {unlou of Ihe -churches at Pipestone, EDMONTON, April now hosst of having a duly organ- Sacramento ized' Athletic AssDclltion not Francisco has the backing of the different McKenry antl Fisher; leagues, but 6f tie sportsmen, business men iina.the city fathers. Surely with 1 Aflernpcra this strong backing. Edmonton is go- K. If. E. '351 3 S 1 Smith and For prompt and efficient ser- rice, and at the. fame lime- help the to Into a- civil occupation. Ntte Un Mtrtn 40t ing .to have a real revival of good clean sports which is so essential to the. life, of city. This is the fourth nieetfng that has been held to make the- Association a reality. The oilic'ers of the association for the coining year, were elected: Hon. President, Ilia Honor Lieut- Gov. It. O. Brett. HOD. !st Premier Stewart. Hon. 2nd 'Yice-Frcsidenl, Mayor Joe Hon. 3rd -Vice-President, Brlg.-Gon. W; A. PretidcnL Jce Drltcoll. Vice-PrMldent, Aldirman M. Es- T. S. S. Davies. The following committees were el- Publicity. Henry J. Roche. Geo. Me- intoah, Earl and W. n. Clarke. 0. S. Hensler, R. B. Hmiter, 0. Oowan, A. M. Dallas, A. 1. Jiode. Membership, Frank Drayton, Jim MarllS, J. Bill. WOMAN IURNED, DIES Sacramento San Francisco n. H. 5 11 4 9 3Ian., has been postponed until such time as ths Hi Ilev. Father Loricau, of Carder. Man., has left for where he is called to sttend jeneral chipter of his community. The. reverend fath- er was accompanied by Father Fallour Bromley and Murray; Brooks and Coach. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SUNDAY GAMES II. H. SI. Paul .___ 4 JO 2 Louisvillo 2 5 3 Jlerritl. Michause and Hargravo; )avles and Meyer. li. II. 8. Kansas City......... 17 12 S Toledo ___-........... s S 9 Hall, Graham and Lalbngc; Sanders, Turner, Kelly anil Murphy. li. II. E. .Minneapolis...... 4 10 4 Columbus 3 7 2 Sdiauer and Owen; Wilkinson and Wagner. n. H. ii. Milwaukee 9 10 0 Indianapolis......... 11 12 1 North, Williams, Kolzclnctk aud Stumf; Rogge and Gossett. SATURDAY GAMES Chicago Runners Are Best ST. LOUIS, April With a storm ot base hits Chicago came from he- lind ID Ihe siith .inninj. drove Davenport and Rogers out of the boi and scored sii runs that won today's gafne trom St. Louis. 9 to 4. A sen satioaal triple steal by Sister, Will- iams and Demzaitt .Tltu four singles and a pus gave the locals a one-run lead in the third forced Sh el [en- Suck fa retire. NORTHWESTERN LEAOUE SATURDAY GAMES VICTORIA, B. C. April 26.-Firsl game: E. Victoria v.. Seattle Batteries' Engle Phillips and Boezle. U. H. G 9 1 3 S 1 Easterly; Victoria. H. H. E. S 7 2 9 0 Easterly; i st: Louis Shellenbach, Lynn; Divenimrt. fieinhanl, Rogers, Koob, Lowdermilk ond Biliiufs. Clriveland Beats Detroit DETROIT, Ro- land hard In the sixth and seventh .s, Cleveland defeated Detroit In the last game of the initial series to- day 3 to 1. allowed Detroit only seven scattered bits. Ira Flagstead, Detroit's new out-' fielder, celebrated his first anpear- ance in the lineup with three hits, one for two bases resulting in .Detroit's lona score. H. H. E. Cleveland 3 10 0 Detroit............. 1 7 u and N'unamaker; Boland, James and Ainsmith. Two fiafrps Poalpened notion New York: Cold. Washington-Philadelphia: Cold. Seatlle and Fitchner, Evans and Boezlc, VANCOUVKR, B. C., April 26 "'R; Tacoma 5 S Vancouver 4 11 ;-Batteries-r-Easterly, 4Qd R: H. B. Cjink, Hood and ,Paterson. a 13 1, '_: -Tlie Manitoba government lias com- pleted arrangements to dam Rock like at the east end siiflicicnliy to raise the water lerel soma four feet. 4 s Fabcr anil ;Tha council of Ihe municipality of McCreary, Man., has passed a by-law establish' a-'rural credits society, appointed A. Spnnenberg, W. liar- vie and N.'Meimore directors qf.sanic. wrapped (n Tin foil. SAX KRAXCISCO, April n. H. E. Sacramento 5 10 4 San Francisco 3.8 3 Gardner and Murray; Kanllshncr and McKcc. SEATTLE, April R. H. E. Oakland............ 0 3) Seattle.............. 0 6 1 and Milze; Big-" be; ana Itiwhie. PORTLAND, Ore., Ajiril R. H. E. Veraon 1 12 2. Portland 2 9 3 and Cook; Pen- nlnglon, James and Baker. (Iri' in- nlnga.) LOS ANGELES, April Salt I.ake-Los Abgeles game post- poned, rain. FIQHT CROWD GOT SORE j HALIFAX. N. S., April hourt later. fliles of Troubled Tire Satisfaction THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. HAILB7BURV, Ont., April ot Harry Skctchcr, artrerlltcd Mrs. Hwirr Steel, wife of the one of best of King Kdivard [n a scheduler! 15-round box- hoirse, was Iraned >o seriously In Doul iast night with Hoddia Me- the boarding ponald of Olace Bay, nearly caukd a at she died a tew ;riot in tho vicinity o! the theatre after It was over, and a snuad of was called out to keen order. McDon- ald, who Is the middleweight Cham- plon of the maritime provinces, was handing out a tevera beating to Skct: cher, who quit In the middle of the first round ami rofuaed to continue Iho bout. Scvnral free rights took place In the centre of (he hoiue. 414 POVHYH AWMUfl PROMINENT LIBERAL DEAD TORO.VTO, April M. Ulcttarrt iKnowles, proprietor of ono of the- oM flour and feed stores tri city I and president of Central Toronto illiberal anftcJatton, died lait 44M 63 old. We Are Closing Out the Balance of Our OVERLAND CARS A Few SO Left at a Considerable Reduction D. CO. NINTH STREET1 AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, EVEREADY SERYICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A Written Guarantee for a Year arid a Halt iwilh'is'ew Bat-' leries; i, O. THOMPSON Phone IH6 7U 3rd Ave. S. THE RADIATOR MAN 418 FIFTH ST. A. CENTRAL GARAGE r.ZPAm ANY MAKE OF CAR FORDS A SPECIALTY OINUINE FORD PARTS LIVE STOKAOC tPACC DAY AND NIGHT neAfl AteXANoriA MOTSL PHONE 1023 FOURTH AVENUE S. We have some Bargains in Second Hand Cars CALL IN AND THEM Ajent for Tlrw, glvt long mlltaft. We make our own adjujtmtrrta. Aulo ntfftr ttaj In BIJOU MOTORS FIFTH PHONE 17N OH! BOY! Tfiat'a what you will say when aeo your ncit retread, if it's done1 tho' "DHl KOBE" WAY Your lire will bo built, up with :he best, o( fresh new'material and will receive by curing In1 our new Rib mold a design and Mnlih that mutt moftt exacting. Vulcanizing 2M St. Ope. EHIMB Mm. YOUR LIFE INSURANCE is or THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT THE PRIt ENT TIME TO YOUPIliLF. AND -AMILY. Go von km r that the capital value ot the life of IBID, age 35, timing per annum, 16 his dependents Is over aod ME Insurahle value ovar With fhc of llio cJollir, the man who. rcrliaris, imply in- (Ivo should U- day DOUBLE his projection. Talk over your Insuranco needs win j-our THEN SUB of CANADA LIFE H. J. H. SKEITH Sherlock Block Phone 1343 GRAY DORT MOTOR RUMELY ACETYLENE WELDING The ADen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave., off. Lethbrltfge Hotel Phone 1544 MOTORISTS! Don't let Tires spoil your plea ring this' ffne vi'e ally they siay right. Tipe SERVICE co. Phone Avtnut S. The RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP Reliable Tarquharaon, Prop. Rear The Tailor, 5th St. S. WJlldrd SLRVKl Plain Language You'll find cuiimmni words, simple and quick action ire the rule at the Willard Station. It ii part of Wilumt pefcy make It fmy far every of n WiUard Batttry to frt OK out ofjt So our mrtnctioai are pWitl i Add wmftr. Wotnttn trery two wwfcs. M hrftomttt M it less fhan 1.29S twa ice Strttion, 311 7th St. PUwfiK. A Full Line of NON-GLARE LENZES In Stock SIZES FOR ALL CARS BAALIM MOTOR Co. ;