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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAG5 SB THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD SATURDAY. AUGUST 2, 1919 BRINGING UP FATHER" 'By G. McMamw NOW AE V O1SE TO OUT THE OOKE OE. VCOF TO YOU THEN lhjjride who 'pulled down Viecoud money and then "lately we: played in the semi finals the man who Dave Hume wil beat in Ihe finals of Ihe Nelson Hole competition: "Near great" doesn' laste at all good, like your first si' of Coco-cola. Not 'that we mind de1 feat, tut it's the disquietude that is caused in our thinkboi, we are .'only mman, even if w1 rotten game ot ty 15 greatness is bound to cause bend them over for the visitors. minion, and that they can easily ac- commodate people In addition, Ihere is Ihe possibility St. Ceorges-'Norlh telhiridge games in the Scott Cnp. The for will be at Adams park on the llth and thelaller at Eckatorm on the 14th ri-dq_ play, such a It, and this proxim' of getting the games played while IL 5 H- the Prince of Wales is in the, milhursl ream uu 0 city when they would endeavor to i bj (ho at a smoker to U! have the prince present his royal held )n G. A. club rooms JK Hlllhurst team will bo enteriained me to feel somewhat us the judge who gave Maud I.Iuller Ihe uorlh and sonlh, and Ihe east and west, the li[ and down as she plied her rake on the thistles. She was strong for green feed that dry year.long ago. Our bundle of "might have becns" has become a real while man's burden. If'we had only sunk that putt, if we had only kept out ot the lake and cleared all the ditches. If we hadn't got out'of bounds all Ihfi way down (he south side. If we hadn't lopped our drive Into tho bushes on the 9lh. Stuff like that arises and confronts is continually. You never know how Detroil.............. 1 9 New York 9 1 Boland and Ainsrailh; llogridge and Athletics Lose Another PHILADELPHIA, Aug. Louis bunched four singles in the first inn- ng and .defeated Philadelphia today, i to L n- H- F< SI. Louis............ 6 II 3 Philadelphia 1 1 Weilman and Severold; Naylor and McAvoy. Boston-Chicago, postponed, rain. MRS. "SNOWY" BAKER OFFERS JACK DEMPSEY BOUT IN AUSTRALIA SAN FRANCISCO, July "Snowy" Baker, wife of the Australian boxing promoter, has k come_to the United States to rep- resent, her husband in his efforts to stage in Australia ihe next con- test for the world's heavyweight 'championship. J Even, before the Willard-Demp- sey battle, a few days after here, she began her work on behalf of her husband by tele- graphing each of the men as to. th'elr willingness to box In Aus- tralia In case of a victory. '-She said her husband was especially Vdesirous to promote the next .heavyweight bout In Australia if Dempsey won. de- Toney, Dilhuc. Oeschgcr and Carly; Ring. Ellcr and Wingo. Braves Pirates P1TTSBURG, Aug. feated Pitlslturg today, 2 to 1. H. H. E. Boston 2 6 2! Pittshurg 0 Neht and Wilson; Hamilton, Adams and Lee. Dodgers Lose to Cubs CHICAGO, Aug. llendril Held' Brooklyn lo five hits today aild Chi- cago won, 3 lo 2. n. ii.' Brooklyn Chicago 9 11 Grimes and .Wheat; Hendrix and Kiilifcr, Daley.- St. Louis-Philadelphia, postponed, rain. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore Jersey City Reading .V N'ewark........... Buffalo npchesler Toronto .3 Binghampton Second game- Toronto i....... Binghampton TT. HER LITTLE BOY CAN TAKE HIS OWN PART CHICAGO, July Mays, the bis Boston pitcher, who was traded yesterday by the Boston Americans to the New York Yankees, nas been 'suspended indefinitely by B. B. John- son, president o! the American league The suspension is Ihe reaull of Ihe deserlion from the Boston club by Maya in.Chicago July 13. "Mays hat a' three-year contract with the BOE ton club and when he lefl the club he broke the contract, Mr. Johnson de- clared. Yankees To Fight For Mays NEW YORK, Aug. will We one of iU most Interesting fights in jears If H. B. Johnson, president bl the American League, attempls to leep the'suspension of Carl Mays newly acquired New York American pitcher, fn force for Iho season. This prediclion was made by Lieul.-Col Hiislon, half owner of Ihe New Yorl Americans, after being shown an A3 soclated Press dispalcb from Wash Inglon quoting Johnson as saying th suspension order would not be revok unlG3B "evidence of extcnuatin i circumstances produced." Ainnanlroohs ca.ll was tendered Her ,O Taylor Munro by Cannington Pres AyferUn church. cle's troph'y to the Champions of the Jorainion. Lasl night at (he Sladium at Win- nipeg, the Veterans of the latter city and the Pascees 'of Port Arthur, played the first of two elimination games to decide who shall represent Manitoba and Western Ontario .in the Connaught Cup and .the press of Winni- peg seem to have the same disease of annexing ciatnplonahlpa before decid- ing ga'nies.are played as our neighbors lo the north. The Free Press informs the public, that these games are to "determine Ih'e Championship of West m Canada." If would be infrresting o kriow what Calgary things of that of Winnipeg have a gram on Wednesday after the game. Tho executive will he glad to see all in- terested in the game present. Rome surprises are in store. Don't miss [qem. The rclurn intercity game between picked teams ot Calgary and Edmon- ton will be played at Edmonton to- night. nearly a new eleven, but the Calgary learn will have ecord, having gone through the last jn the Ios3 o( wjfc, following an en games in their league without los- [to reproach whal's i the use when your game keeps fall- ing away twilight after twilight. Still, playing with tho champions has ils recompense. They are so will- ing to give you knows we need it. Then it means something to be the object of their patronizing airs. Their stories are not always old "stuff, and occasionally one does gather hits of useful Information. For instance Ihe other day our oppon- ,cnt kept telling us about a wonderful eleven, but tne uaigary luam cnt telling us about a wonnenui fe'w changes. Teddy Parker plays'in 'lrjp ,.as gojng lo iake_to the coast Feeney's place, Calgary won the firsl thence to Alaska. between game by 3 1. drives, mashle shots and missed putts 1 rrnlhnrnA t h 1 I I'aHffp. nC.P.an The sympathy of all soccer enthus- iasts will go out lo Capl. Dave Todd. president ot tho Calgary Vcls team, en gam ng a game, winning six and drawing our. Los Angeles 5 L. W. has resigned as man- ager of the Reaver Consolidated and Wrklacd Lakes Opid Mines. What's in WHIN YOU ARf BUYINO TIRES EVERYTHING IN THE NAME. KELLY-SPRINGFIELD THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY AVtNUE PHONE 1007 Julj lltlle break fn the fifth inning gave Vulcan this afternoon's game and gave them the advantage of two out of three in the exhibition series which was staged here as the big feature of the (ircat War threeday peace celebration. Vulcan tucked away the game and aeries in the fiflh when Slgsby Iripled and Jimmy Klanagan, affer a-game alruggle, endeavored to pull down a high hack of second. Tho. ball dropped safe and Slgsby went home for the only run of the the score being 1-0. we gathered lhal the Pacific ocean Is not dry after all. We had got into the frame of mind that we believed every place was lacking in the CUR that makes you cheer. But, seeming- ly, not so on the Pacific beat tripi. We never did see the Pacific; our mpresslon of il has always been a place where they grew Japanese cur ranla. Of'course we can find excuses lor our poor-golf playing; no golfer exists who can'l. For Instance n Peace Day we forgo jusl what we were celebrating abou 2 p. m. Too much gunny sack or some-thing blurred our vision, and for Ihe four holes that we played it seemed to us from the number of IjalU we could see at ono lime lhal we were playing a four ball foursome all iiy ourselt. Thiii the next day SALT LAKE fair to mv boy Harry." This is the appeal of Mrs. Celia molher of William Harrison 'fjempsey, of this city, and now better Jack Dempsey. world's lieavyvveight champion, In the house purchased: for his nolher from his first isforc he was Is still :hown as "Harry or is pokon of proudly as "My boy Harry." Mrs. Dempsey is eager to deny tho Blorics lhat Harry was a hobo before orfunc' smiled: "I wish the papers would he fair to my she said. -'You know it is neilher right nor'fair 16 say he had been a hobo. He never was a hobo." MACDONALD'S PRINCE or mils. PLUS CMWIMC Philadelphia Judge left II lo a .'our-year-old girl to decide a dispute between the malernal and paternal grandparents as to whtch aide should have llie custody of her. She chose Ihe molher's narenls. Service Station Service Station for tho famous K-W Magnetos.. Full stock of parts cartUil.'.1 Msgnetos ot all makes repaired. --WAON6TS RECHARGED The'Roy.'.Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 WESTERN CANADA R, Saskatoon Winnipeg when we found Medch would have accented volunteers lo drive his water waggons and; keep down Ihe dust, what remorse we felt thai we had mil grnsped the oppor. tunity of laiiins a shifl. Some glory to ho able lo say in years that must follow each other, that on Peace Day we were on the water waggon. No need to add qualifications lo a Iriilum like thai, Is there! However, what we want to impress on you is that the four iical playing months of the year aro before us Join up. Hand your name a'nd to the Golf Club commlllee, Half ynir memberships as follows Men. Piny goK Roglna'.l Moose Jaw 5 ils good for blwja. Some we1 say il Is. you and bail (or Ihe game, fellow dtizy.ns IICRAND GARAGE CARDSTQN THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Juit Opened on Main Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR'LEAGUE Plenty of Room, Modern Trealmcnl, Biperl Mechanics A Full Line of Accessories LADIES'REST ROOM Auto Livery to the Walerton and Oljcler' Always At Your GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE ANtl TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie's' Vulcanizing Opposite Ellison Mllli GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 5th STREET SOUTH The Mechanical Garage Used cars bought and Eold. General Repairing Cornerlth.Avenue and 3rd St. Roller Rink. Phone 1190 Auto Top Depot H you. need your Auto Top re-covered or repaired, and up- holstering done, como and see THE LETHBRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 6th Street Neil to Herald Office. G. T. 8LUNT, PROP. GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY t TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd opp. Hotel 1M4 Our naleli Are Our Service the TRY US Office Phone Residence Phone U X. H. ROOSA FURNITURE TRANSFER Trunks and Other Baggage Day and Night Servlct Phone 1869; Office 922 End S. 2S ;