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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ..THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HEHALU MONDAY, Al'GUST -1, UP FATHER By G. .McManus i I LOAFER- I i'p. tbe hitting honors in Ibe- evening 'the former get- home run and Ihc latter tnree Ills om cf nvi> "times up Junes was 'easily tlierbest man on the Barons BASEBALL TONIGHT The Interraediales will play the North Ward team-tonight at Kckstorm Park. The boys so to the llai on Wednesday. anJ a good crowd help considerably to defray expenses. On Wednesday the Inter- mediates weaVl'o MacleoJ ami (Mealed the Intermediates of that lown. 14 to 13. Hidpath and Ferko were tbe Lethbridse battery, and Peudereasl and Gardner for Macledd. LOSIMIl-n Bow Island plaved Ihe Medicine Hat Firebrands at Medicine Hat on Tuurs- night and lost by n score of i-1. j Tbe Medicine Hat News in an account the same says. -U-p till Ihe eighth inninsf it was anybody's same anil (In 3" frames were off toria'lhif season will no doubt mean that neil season the British Colum- bia Lacrosse association .will com- prise three or four dubs, say local lacrosse authorities. The most difli cult part .of such re-orsanizatioi would be the scarcity, ofhigli Victoria.' as .well-Sas ScalMe. is -ai possibility for nes EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guarantetd- A Wrlllen Guirantee tor' i Tear and a Halt with Now lerles. i 3. DJ THOMP.SON Phone 1966 716 Irt Aye. S. Boston Philadelphia 49 61) 64 Cinc'.nuall New York( ___ Chicago .551 Brooklyn .5UI1Piltsburg Philadelphia Boston St. Louis.----- ihe entire nine in about ah which is not a very long way from being a local I record' .'or time. Wilh the, exception. amateur team, far teller Uiai the amateurs in either Vancouver-or Westminster. Another possible development is two teams in Vancouver. GOLFS .GREATEST EVIL o! a couple of weak spots, tbo visitors _____.. hircstntcd a snap'py, aggressive outfit: IS EFFORT TTO MAKE'. and the, Brands were in mid-season LINKS TOO lung 'emVver "for the vis- I iiing tribe. anJ he put' up a beautiful Tiie famous British golf profession-; game, receiving at I! Tavior. of SL Andrews. Scot-i Lcary. wlio wore the land; recently played on the new scored 3 runs in the 4 in course af St. Andrews. AUer the [tlie Sth and one n n rUli Bow VANDERSTUYFT. ROBBED BY GERMANS, RETURNS TO'RECOUP FORTUNE SATURDAY GAMES Tigers Win YORK, de-. fcated the N'cw York Yankees today in a seesaw game, l.l S, _ ,.-_- .i._ greatest ica'n -league game in New York.'. Heilman won tho game tor Detroit- in tlie tenth, hitting his second homo i.ias ou.mii.-, "jin a Victoria's persons', the g 5 .year is drawing nuniber that ever witnessed an 4S IS 43 :u :n si .478 J .373 SATURDAY. GAMES Giants Shut Out CINCINNATI, Aug. Cincinnati run of lie day wllh the bases after Vcach had been purposely crl. Detroit' full day's play was done 1-cslie Balfour j Uland Melville presented .the prises, and in i fifth." speech remarked that the] 11 Braid, Hay, Mitchell, aud U Ay all spread' good ac- counts 61 the course; he said. would be a great acquisition A be! made' its single (ally in Hie RICH RHYMES necessary. 'In the second game Pcnnock imcn- ould be a great acquisition today; Taylor, who in. addition .Lo! oelog one, of the world's greatest .golf- T0a f. era ul all has owa apokes-1 saw j- man times .'innumerable j fur We-: pro- j-Thei course of-his'cr'emarlis'sSitf-'lhat he ing "The Motor League of Alhcna, thcy cousists the principal pushers wlio drive'the big specials, the Dodges and Fords and the rest you Ihe boards: and when I he War with what. would have toM'M enoush money, lo1 last him the res ,n thc's____ o............ of his We had be not been Imnped )llc sevcnlh. when n that city was cap-: CnicaE-0 scored once, following it up t back-Today aboard 'llc with. eight runs in the eighth.'.lil'this French jiner -.La-Jairraiiie .to recoup ufflpiro Mp'riarily was; the'tciupl'a ball throjvn had Diniiy the Presiilcnt pass. 1 said a show on for bui Along with the moviemun nd ing wilh him. Bill noticed three law y'ers. two fat. one slim. My 'camp his fortunes.' n 1 I I luti n-inine Catcher Walters and collapsed, hut tmished Ihe game. He Ihereforetsiligeited it any- loolfed ab me square' in (the thing. It was too looking we. seemed lo be ern tendency, be weiit OB, was a nice) ant! he said. s golf tourses too dilficiilt. .'H-'svas for a nigger'somewhere in the dark, as the parmelate-d the core with Scotlish.-t iioos. to a iiulwarls.agaiust the rob the ordinary golfers' of tM; pleasure that Vanderstuyft n Brooklyn girl. He, was a rich nun as bicvclo lm riders go, he eaW. when made a nns; oner by Ihe Germans, who deprived I him of all his wealth by means nf Schnik; war "assessments- [luring his enforc-l cH and gi-hang.' cd stay in Antwerp. Second" VariderEtuytt was accompanied rnfc..o Oscar Egg. world champion one-mile 'B lojv x inpaccd rider, who said ho had come and I'ennock, Jlc- o America lo atlempt <9 his Waltcw. defeated New York again today, lo 0, Siillce allowed Ihc Giants only five-hits and Ihoy never seriously threatened lo score. Heiilon lasted only five Innings lihil Uubuo, wbq suc- ceeded him In Iho slilh, was wiy-. VcU' York 0 5 4( :iiicinu3ll-....-. G .Ouhuc and Snydcr; Sallce i and llarldch. Pirates Beat Braves de- feated Boston. Ihe lo'- calSylo and no runs for seven Innings.-but in the eighlh lie passed [no men and the I'iltsburgs bunched two singles and n-triple that scored four "and IJoston 25- Itlsljurg J Flllingim and Gowdy; er and Blackwell. Superbas Take Game ST. LOUIS, Aug. A wild throw liy Clemon? to .cntbli liad' stealing..second: in; the: seventh, put the runner on third ami Hornsby'a fumble of Ward's ground- er allowed :Koncleliy Jo score the de- ciding ruin; oT Ei-ooWyn's 3 lo Tic- RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done By Us. SECTIONAL A.NO BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Wbrks 712 third .Avonue OILS GREASE v'. FPEA1R. 'AND' TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing Opposite Elllaon Mllli I To 1 citling ruin; oi Ei-ooWyn's 3 to i1" U- 0 j lory oves'St. l-olils .loday. ;r, nus- 3 10 '1 14 1 own world's record for two miles, paced. SUre as we're camping in the core with :splendid 7hese hundred tents, all are a fratUI said e same should give them. NEn YORK Taylor's standing and ability, a time "winner the n ot U empty and are a frame1 up; a verv smooth snare." But I said to Kim, "Billy, you're too darneii sus- picious1, or else you've eaten some- thing too dellECious I've settled wilh SJ....W d- .Ikllllt-. These sentim'enls from a -man of lawyers and lawyers galore.'ana witn the dear public I've wrestled before IlllO cfcrtamly Even thi ipility, a dear public l ve wresueu British open lawyers are sworji nd the n-ho has come through. You can't ley have HIS TRAGIC DEATH Cleveland' Wins i 'Aug. Hook loday's g'anre from Washington, 6, by timely'placing of hlls, al- TO BE INVESTIGATED though 'pulbaUed'by the locals. ____us Cleveland............... Lawrence Burton, a Colored Man, of Washington the fMtore. IPSffllf" I vim- T- ..-u tu v" led the game as few: others, are deep-1 the public, s "i I Iv significant. For years and years come with r luurv lul _u_ titnH.l.L- rl _l___] jo tr.ey seldom do. Now me Billy, right down on I, A fnilv significant, i-or years ami witn me ismy. riEin. rt a moiit'o'n this side ot the Atlantic the tend.ilhe rlat we'll talk lo the lawyers consider the is'ue a most cne e., make ,M see wncre we're. at." We talked tencv has been-all one wayv I.e., and see wncre we IU.ACU one, the'course lon'ger and more difficult. to tall Shepherd, as straight .asi a a real reconstructton pence sor courses'have been bunkered to striag, hut he was too d iiall is ahead. ._tl. thp- l_... to fat hiiebal! is ahead. A' refurri to normal condition occasioned some weakening of the baseball fabric, ami already plans are on loot to strengthen-where-changes death, so to speak, so that the'liest Eay a Ihing. We. talked lo.fat players consider them unfair, while j Qsllund, and then talked to Elton, the ordinary players find them prac- super-six voice can he heard ticaliyvtmrqssible. There is danger I down-to Belton. We posed for-the I -would be of fceaefit. wilh Is war prosper- Ity at an end, has even with Sunday f ta'eoal! been a dliappomtmeat in the 1 raattei1 ol ittendance and talk of i idb'lltntinit Toronto lor the American capital has been revived, with the chance of the switch being made much (better than in the past. the National league two changes conteinpUted SI Ijiuls and Phila- (jflphla ha.e failed to come up lo expectations, and .Minneapolis aud Aaltiroore are the cities that arc being considered for berths in their stead Saskatchewan Grain Growers decid- ed to contest the Federal elections but .look no action respecting provincial elections. of the ihing being overdone, and thai danger appears' rlnvrriitent when It is man'Jike Taylor con- cerning'. a course in the "home of SI. Andrews. 1 FOr il can'almost be' taken for granted that; In the laying out of a new course at St. Andrews U is hard- ly likely that: such extremes of bunk- ering, carries, etc, would be1 found as on some of tbe American courses, for movieman, then .fished some (Bill'winked at aJawyer's wife down on the shore) and then wo'aaw. Dlnny, whose wife went away and took all tbe children, Hooray, and Hooray! We ient to the pole bridge and joined ttie jraradg; It's the darndect fool bridge, sir, that man ever maile. "pin" hit a big boulder while" running on ligh; it loosentd Bill's liver and .habit la "go the the American limit." As'J. II. Taylor says, the idea of making courses orer-difficult needs a check, for, after all. the game golf ought never1 lo become merely a mat- ter of who can score Xhe lowest on most difficult course. If that were Ihe do-all and end-all cl the game there soon would players left except such men as Hagon, Rvans, Travers, Oulmet and about a dozen others who could be named. jlaciened his eye. "I see the nolnt now." said Billy at the a sight-seeing hunch, but on business they're bent. Hot 1 am slill Ihlnklng tie lawyers were theic, and planned a few bumps Ihe public to share. Just to be sure there.would be nothing lack- iftg In fixing the park tip and getting Some Geniys OWEN Burton. slave: was found in V 'stupor over his place of later he died. An inquest is being held. Bur- ton at. school was unusually brighi; and he wrote much line poelry. Here Is a sample of his verse found In his room, It is entitled ''Simple Plaint." Lord, pave my road; Ah God. 'lis rough and long. And Lord my load s crushing all the song. Froni my poor heart .'m sick a.n'fl tired uulle i Ah, hear.a part And.make burden light. 1 do not ask Rich gills and talents rare, Rough is my task. And heavy is my care; Lord all I crave ;.Myers and KrlckBD'n, Xachray and Picinicli! ]0 1 1) 2 Gill, to 2. .'Hogora was hit hard-by St Louis and was given poor support Philadelphia got nine hits .oft Sotn oton, but: the St. Louis pitcher was effective with men 01 Si. IXiiiis 10 o 3 Rogers Philadelphia j......' Sothoron and "aevtrelfl; Johnson and Perkins. v- SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland Washington Co'vcleskle and ONeill; Johnson and Gbarrity. Detroit 2 New York........... 10 Uauss, Ayrcs and .Ainsuutii; Shaw- :nv-'anrl nnpl 81 ;4 o Shaw, It. that Ihou bear my load And help me brave i The rudeness of life's road. Burton served overseas-and was On a ship torpedoed in the 'Mediterran the backing." ALVIX'D. men. EASTERN LAP ff ff fj ft r.' t