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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERrVLli 1-HIUAY. AUGUST 1. IMS By G. NJc Mantis "BRINGING UP FATHER I'LL 5NEAK" BEFORE TELLS. THE NEW tiUTLESITioT TO I LET ME i A BUT YOO LEFT W.VTC.K A.MO SY ON YOUR IF I KIN OT TO O1NTTS HIM- I'LL POT THE ON HIM LIVERY We Meet All Trains. Hospital Calli. Phones 369, 1556 Special Hales PD Country Trips SPENCEBROS. AHi. The Sport Page A GNOMES FALL '..Dempser Has Wild Time in in Kcarns Sonic Sore WAltE H6YT HAS HAD'AN UNUSUAL ..CAREER-IS ONLY 19 I AVaite lloyl. once Ihe properly ol Ibe' dlanls. who bas been by Ihe Boston lied Soi fronj the New Orleans club. hap'.had'a re-; markable career in baseball, for; thdugh be is only 19 years old he has I bid, Jour yeari elperience In Ibe pro- fessional" ranks. Boyl was 15 years, CINCINNATI, July Tbe nntlon- old and the star pitcher pi al commission announces that Ihe club "Kail high school In Brooklyn In. members o! bolli National '-and "Kail high school when he wns picked up by the Glams, American bad voleil favorably FRANCISCO. July Rod ,-R-omen bare proven'the te'mptft- many a c-unmplDQ and If Jack Dempsey._ ibe present HUeholder emong of the -world does .not behave belter than khe did early 'the other1-morning in Ibis city, -j the crown now resting jauntily on ihe head of Harrison Uempsey' irlll surely-piss some other a'wllllng pair of "dukes. Dempsey bad a wild lime'after he' left Uie Dreamland fights. He broke t away Crum Manager Jack Kearns end 'U'went Dempsey had such''a tough tiirie of It that he had v.'ieome dlfttcully "in gelling himself to- iM-gel'hor for- the' departure, from tbl! :-Made a Night of It back -to' woien .it" talk" of. i It'.appears "that Pehip; V' '.'-'icy; afler bidding Keams gooD iaridipro'nilsiBg manager faithfully lhat tie -would retire (o thp baths, hboked-.-ut u'iti his iii ibe'morning the parlv lo of an- htx where beer and whisky flowed As'. lhe( story "-woman. Joined merry party. She Is hd of.Dempsey's Many' .'not: aware that William Harrison .Dernpscy is a married luapj" since thai .time be has. placed In. Memphis, .Montreal.. Nashville and Newark. Giants always had a string .op. him. Last winter be was, .released to Rochester In part payment ol Earl Spilth .bul 'refused. to 'report This spring Arthur; despairing of on a new plan (or distribution nf the players' .snare ol the world's series, whereby Iho players.cj tnu first three teams in.each league will participate In ihe division of the' money., Sixty per cent o[ the world's series receipts for the first lour games will go into a pool which may be augment- any service out ot tbe boy, ;o per cent ol the players', share traded him'to Kew Orleans for Jim-1 uf ,a'n-v games played be- [inishing second and Seventy-five per cent of this poql will go to tbc Niion, an Hoyt mean- iweeQ ieams finishing Beconii and hile.riad.'goie fo work in a Haiti- hird iu boib lea my whil In Ihe Onliirio-SItchigan League Out and Hits a Home Run LocaE baseball fans will remem- ber C> Pieh. He pitched for the Lelhbridge team In the" Weilern Canada league in 19M and and fromLhere he went- to the Thee-1 league and was then draft- ed by the New York Americana. After a couple of yreirs .In the big circuit he dropped out of sight en- tlrely. At the present time he Is pitching for Kitchener In the On- tario-Michigan league and dofng a good joh of it, too. His first time t held Brantford'lo four hits and Jvon his. game with H run wi'th a man( on base...We re- member when 'Cy won a .game againlt Winnipeg with a home run in the 1Qth inning, and the good- hearted fan's passed the hat and collected some J50, which wii pre- sented to Those were the days of..real sport., In The Major Leagues AMERICAN Chicago...... Detroit...... Cleveland Won. .57 50 so New YorV 4S St. Louis v. Boston 3? Wasbltglon 52 Philadolpbia 24 to 49 53 02 r.c. .633 .3fi2 .562 .539 .511 .413 .3i4 .273 NATIONAL Won. New York 56 Cincinnati 53 Chicago 4fi Brooklyn......... 41 P.lltsburg 43 St. Louis 30 Philadelphia 2'.' Bostou...... 30 i P.C. .liS3 j .075 i .551 j 494 I .360' EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guannleid A Written Guarantee) for s. Year anil a llElt wlLh'New Ual- Merles. J. D. THOMPSON Phonr 1966 718 3rd Ave. 8. 'Walter Johnion "Loses WASHINGTON. July Louis made It two oill of three from Wash- ington by taking the final game of the series. 3 to 2. ,y fi. II. SL I.ouis 3 1 -2' 7 I Shocker and 'Severold; Johnson lUcinich. White Sox Win NEW July broke even on Its four game series with Mew York here today by wiuuins n. n.. K. Phillies Out of Last Place ST. LOUIS. July vollcclei lli hits for'R lolal o[ 26 baaes oil Louis pitchers lotlay and easily 'won Ihe second gumc 'of Ihc scries, 11 to 4. K. H. K. Philadelphia' 11 16 1 St. Louis 1 13 u Packard janJ Trajressor: Jacobs, Shcrdcll. Ames, May demons. Giants Still In PITTSBUHG, July York defeated- PillBburp today in the clos- more shipyard and, pitching for toe yard learn, hung up .eighteen consec- utive Victories. His performance at- tracted thciatlenlipn- of the Boston earns p'srllclpatlng in the world's series. CO per cetit.ol this to the win- ner and 40 per ctmh to Ihe' loser. Celebration i Wii'h-a Lively ihe Umpire Tne remaining 25 per cent, of the pool will ne apportioned "belweeji ihe second and- third learns in each major league, SO per cent Ih'hreol going lo the play- ers of the teams finishing sGcond'and 40 "per 'cent, to "the teams IlnishiriE Curd.'- 'tfiriy pr.r cr.nt 61 Lhc p'laycrs''share of Ihc receipts, or all post-season saraes Ijalvreen tlie 'sccc-nd "ami. third learns in boihi leagues %liall he tlivldcil between the participants, -CO per conl to Ihe winner ami -10 "per cent lo Ihe loseY. The olher 50 per cent_or_the players' share goca intoi (he big p'ooi Players' lading. the world's series and posi-season ganies mus ave.been under contract to -ilh which ihc'y jilay on Aug. ;31 revlous to the t-V fEoeclal to The HrraldJ r> COPLEY, July The spnrts ycs: lerday were not_as good as they might heen account, of 'the rain', but eome veiled threat, .picked up ,_ o.' 'water and'jdashed the In Champion Jack's-face. Other raem- Ibers of the party hustled Ibe woman loutpt-ihe room atfd hostilities ceased. I: Kearni, it on good authority ITras genuinely "spr'pV..'at Dfempsey be; cause o! bis behaviour ;ln. San, Cisco, malttT drfrp Vccanse he knows on Vhlch side hls'bread buttered. 1 ft if WHAT'S IN. A i. (Hamilton Spectator.) The. Fourth of July fust Toledo meant! considerable to -William of. this city.'-, "Billy" did" not hi.'e a cent bet oii.the big light, but, hs.purchas- 'ed.a green pacer- few fore, and came to find out the Spacer was registered .under the name: of Jess Wlllard. The horse the, first time In .a.. race... at' Port Huron) a. few, dVyi .before tht fight, and made' a-'yery showing Hn getting as. close, up." as t fourth In the second heat- J'Wlllard brown purchased from a Ores-- r din'horseman, but now that-Jest longer a champion, Mr.' Stroud figures .fhat the. name- rnight be. a. will piiakeV application to the registry .tfon board to Ijave the name of '-.'the e'oll changed to Jack Oemp. it will cost to have the change made. But If there It anything In a name, It will be ..fifty "s'awbueks" well'spent. a score, horse Taces were polled '6I( after -the polo-'and Were'icloae flnd fast ''SoTeral' pon- es spectators EOl'a-Iew. thrills by. the closeness ol .he finish In several the races. The jail, ganie between Blalrroore and Sowlsy was Ihe'nejit event, and from Ibe''appearance d[ 'the crowd that gathered [t was the main event of tne 'J'be game-gol rfway lo H goori slrfrl and for.five. Innings 1L was fas! and" clean, of the poor exhlbi liou 6l..uiuplring -hajided out b'y and Ilo'ga'n. This was .Qf'the game from players' Unrr: and 'spectators'- view ''Gto Nelson, a'relired farmer, nea nldgelown, was Killed .by being caugh !n a cultivator. Pitchers Russell'' and McGraWj in Player Involved 7 lo 5. Qhlcago .v. Xcw York.....-V-. Kerr and Schulk; wood and llaniinu. 13-YearOld Boy BOSTON. July 19-year-old Waltc iloi'l, pllchiug .his first game lor Boslon geld credit for de- feating Detroit 2 to ij In 12 innings, the'winning run'coming with Iwo nut in Iho 12Ui on a ruling by Umpire Hijdebrand. who said Ihat bad interfered .with McNally between third and home. II. -H. K, Detroit 1 Id. 1 Bpiton 2 12 2 .Ayres .and -Ainsmlth; Hoyt and Schang. Clevciand-Phlladclphla, rain. Shore, Small- ing same ot.loo Series, 5 lo 2. 'PACIFIC COAST New York Pitlsbure 2 6 Douglas and" Gonialcs; Carlson, Hamilton and Lee! RedcWin Two H shutout Boston twice lodsy in the. closing games ol (be series, o to 0, and "J- T, u v _ First Boston 0 3 0 Cincinnati........'----- 9 l Hudolph and Gowcly; Fisher and Second Ti. II- B. Boston 0 J Cincinnati'............ ;2 5 0 Keatius and Wilson; Luiuc .and liaridcn. Ilrooklyn-ChlcaEO, postponed, rain. n 'the Open Golf Championship n( llamlltbh Do Well i.ltlly. Ing'golf ot n-sensational character, Douglas from' Atlanta, lead' of nine strokes at thc-..end-of Ine third round o! the Canadian open'golf cbampion- ybip .at. noon.'to-day.'VTIjo Georgian .BOSTON. .Inly rjtchrr .Carl' .Miys was traded by the Boston Amer- ican league Cluh today to irie NEW Vork Yankees In exchange for Pilchsra Allan RusEcll and Robert McGraw'.1 Chicago SoK Lose, Out NEW YORK. At n conj Terence here torlny attended, by Harry Franco, presiilent .of-.ihc. Boston Amen icans. and Jacob Ruupcrt and L. Monslon, owners of the -New York Arncricnns, the local club ..procured Pitcher Carl Mays [rob Bbston In exchange for Pitchers Itrhert .AlcGraw and Allivn Russell, tf Jhird player to be .selected later arid cash Bum said be about Tlie New 'York club was1 obliged to bid against Iho Chicago Americans, .whlcb submitted a Elr.Vfjht rash proposition. Gleason, of the Chicago American.1 announced here today 'Ihat he'liad signed the veteran pitcher. J'atrlck who yesterday was Velcascd by the 'New York Nationals. Mays lett the club July 13 when it was in Chlcafio on ,lts recent western lour. lie is expected' to report to1 (sew York tomorrow. He Joined the Boston club in 1311 and iirilll this season was one of Ibc club's most-rV pitchers. Seatllc Salt Lake..... Portland-....." Los Angeles San.'Kra'nclSco Sacramento Vernon WESTERN CANADA INTERNATIONAL All games postponed.'rain. Saskatoon Jaw The largc'st in Ilic worlil will ho biilli iicar Blnsliaroplim, N- T. Neil Kennedy, Sound, flllb eccued.lwo little Rlrls from dibwnlns presenlcd Tvitti the Uoyal Humane Society mtdal. BOYS' OOLF COMPETITION downrasI climax In th'ls reached ..In .the filth Vhal lillle know of. the gMlie. His re mcval was'demanded by Cowley. ani ftei 'several minutes" of delay, lw rnorc Vimplrea were called irilo action. this point (be rain'interfered le be called, od accrnini oil the .BlBlrmore'waB leaning. at 1, and the. game was-awarded to lbem.; as a mailer ol becanse. they were jlicad 'rom clean nlaylng, but from very poor umpiring. The game slarled off with a Mrsl rntind, Olson was tapped Ib'rtb'bagger, hut Ilia batftr'.died on the third sack. The game progressed from that the flfthl when tbo IroliSle broke loftc. Penderglast bad'M for the 18 'morning, making a total "of rounds. Thompson, of Hamilton, nnd' Karl Kccfcr, Ihc 'Canadian open champion, were llid for' second place with 221 each7 ifarnc's, fit. professional, had ".third" place wilh a 73 this" morning. Dohby Jones and; Thompson. Torbnlo. were lied, 'for fourlh with and Dlegel, Detroit sensation, followed .wilh. 224, havlnji a 73 Ihls morning. Percy the professional, came through with a 72. He'went out in 35 and came home In Ills partner was Clncklc, the Canadian amateur charoplon, who flnlshcdywith 53 for Ihe 18 holes. Nlchol Thomnson continued his duel with Charles 11. Itowc, the-Piitsburg professional. Ilcnvt set a new course record hy playing Ihrces for the last were good and thu iverc g'realiy. disappointed "In, nos see- Ins the nine fra'mea lletier luck next lime. Pendprgrast an! McIwSrcn; Blalrmcrc, Olson ft th'ree holes; terminating his' morning play in 7a. 'ROBERTSON REPORTS hn BUYING TlRES THERE IS EVERYTHING IN THE NAME. tHE LEE Co. :.PH6NE-1907' noberl-o was Irndei) to Chicago hy the York Nationals for Douglas and Bar ncy KrllrtM. o( to Jlanagcr Mitchell lodny. KNOCKED OUT NOBLE PAniS, Aug. Charles doui. of France, hanlamwelght champion' of Europe, knocked out Tommi Noble, of Kngianrt. In the' >0lh round of' their bout here last nlghl: 4 4 ASTERN CAPS he passed himself'as ka member Hie provincial police force. Car ctcrcon, of this city, a well-knowr aseball pitcher, was fined }2B and oats In the provincial police courl his morning. I The case arose as pns of the re nils o[ a ra'd made on Saturday Iglit hy Iho provincial police here dn disorderly house a" few miles HOutb Ihc city. A nnmher men Verc arrested as.a-resiiU of Ihe raid lid It was learned by Ihe police that 'clerpon harl tjcen In the habit of Ihis house, and on -al east [wo occasions'him said sufficient o create the impression among the nmales that he was a member ol Ihe provincial polit c doparlment. To the court this morning Peterson staled, through counsel, Ihat at Ihe lime he'mailc the statement he wns a police oltlcer. there a drunken row- going on and he Iholighl Uie statement might have the' etlecl ol stopping It, On the .second occasion lie made use of Ihe words which would he confirm tbe' Impression flrii.created. 'In fining him .Magistrals I way. siaied tlie offence was i. most serious one bul Inflicted 'a llfnt fine In view ol it being" first.offence Ten Collar linn were collfcled from .Ihe olher men Ireriuanllns Iho band} hoUif. Boyp, 11 to IS, ive are going to pull bit Ihat golf competi- tion tomorrow (Saturday) after- noon, starting at 2.30, so get a dnb.apd.n ball and bo al Ihc.' f.- club .house. There IE no en- foe. One of Iho b'lggcr "boyis" men, will go around 't; Ihc course'-with each pair of -'j boya. It would help a I6t you'would phone J. S. Kirkham ft at 1030 or 573 up till noon. Sat- ilrday, but If you're really bash- fill It doosnTronlly mailer, fie" on' deck at 2.30 at the golf ft .club house lornorrow, Service Station v Service Slatjori for .the famous K-W l.Iagnetos. -Pull' stock ;ol parts carried. Jlainelos nl'wl, makes repaired. i 'The Roy Electric .Co'.. 61B 4th 'Avenue South. PHONE 735 CRAND GARAGE CARDSTON THE HOME OFTHE CHEVF10LEV' Just Opened on Main Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA richly of rioorn, Modern Conveniences, Courteous Trealmenl, Esperl Mechanics. A Full Line of Accewories LADIES' REST ROOM Auto Livery to Ine Walerlon anrf Qjacler Parks Always At Your RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Retread Dene' By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avr.nue South PHONE' 1694- GASOLINE OILS AND CREASE FREE AIR TIKE AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie's Vulcanizing Oppoiite Elllson'Mllli xGdOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY .THE RADIATOR MAN Bth STREET SOUtH The Mechanical Garage IJEcd care anil sold. General Repairing Corner Avenue and-3rd St. Roller RjnK. V Phone 1190 Auto top Depot .It you need your Aulo Top ro'covcrcil'or repaired, and up- llolsLcrlng done, coma und Ece THE LETHBRIDGE ii AUTO TOP DEPOT, Clh Sireet !T Neil ,lb -Ileraltl G. MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd 2nd AVB., opp. Lelhbridge Hotil Phont 1544 L. A. H. ROOSA FURNITURE TRAN9FEB V and. Other-Bvggage ba'y.and Nlflhi .Service. Phone Office 922.2nd Ava, 9. V ;