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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THB LETlTfmtfXlE DAILt HERMJ> NYKONKSDAY, AUGUST Phones 428, 369, 1556 Speclil Rales on Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Uthbrldgc, Alia. By G. Me Maims BRINGING UP FATHER' LIVERY We AH Tr.inl. Hoijlltal Gills. In The Major Leagues Chicago Detroit Cleveland St. Louts York Boston VANCOUVER AND HILLHURST I'ittsburg Philadelphia Boston St. Louis EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work GuarantMd A Written' Outranks tor Tear tnd New BaV terles. J. D. THOMPSON Phono 71S Erd Big Football Game Will Be Played at Adams Park, 6.30 i Game Will Start at 6 30 "Fragments" Confident of Crowd Expected For unmitigated sail' If "would be hard to find the equal of "Secretary Batlrum'of the Calgary" Soccer Lea- gie Final arrangements were made in the "centre of the universe- on "Mondzv to plav the second game of the championship series at Lelh bridge on oav at p.30 pjn meeting with the approval ot the Aesterdav Secretarv re .caved a mre from Battrnm -aving Hillhursl would arrive ju t ic team have nothing whatever to Play at Adams Park II ras been found nece 5ary to play the game at ida-u" Park, owing to l-ie condition of LcK torui, and the game, will slart at 6 "0 The teams- will he selected from the following Hulhuri't Flicharacon, Mitchell, Mortimerf Campoell Carringlpn, E. Clark Carlv-right, S. "Wake- Wylle Stephen Tint, "V'cOarracbie Bank' Fragments j Dunlop Tennant, .An dersoln, Dunlop Shaw, riobert son, -Allan, LIhning. Invin, Knox and I inning The Jragments will strip In tee i lub rooms "at 6 p.m. VANCOUVER, Aug.-6. The Mainland Football Asssciallon at a meeting last evening, drew up a soccer schedule for the remainder of the season, culminating in Barnes with the Klllhursts of Cal- gary, Albtrta champions, on La- bor Day, and the following Sat- urday at Brockton Point. who won the National cup, and the league will 'meet on Saturday, Aug. 23, the winner, to play Hlllhursts .on t-a-. her Day. Predicts That Set All Time Mark I'or K. 0. Victories Score Strikes Out 12 Batters Only One Hit' afte- r be placed. immediately en the players to return on ths noon. Wednesday, and that tee game MUST afternoon irata Secretary Paterson wired stating if was' to alter arrangements and that tie game woJld be played at 530 piled last night sUtmg there was no quesbon that the game MUST be plaved before the afternoon train to Calgary" or THEY WOULD CLAIM THE SERIES! Vow, vouldnt that jar you' Judg ing from the Calgarv Herald Secy Batirum a mighty individual BALL GAME CALLED OFF BARON'S, Aug. a pitchers' ____! battle Barons defeated Champion 16- --------day. the score being lrto'0. Juney (By Jaiiies' Jeffries! LOS ANGELES; cai.. AUE. Dem'pscy is on the'1-way to achieving the greatest knockout record In llm history of th'e prize ring. Tae recovd ho hits made in the last four years his sleep-producing punches is one of Iho nwrvcls ol pug- ilism. Since, 1915, Dempscy has figur- ed in forty-five ring battles. Thirty of them ended fn knockouts. Denip-. sey tool; the besl he could.find and his whipped them in jig lime. .lim Flynn. Al Korion. Bil! Brennan, Arthur. Pclkey, Porkyv Terry Kellar, Fred Fulton and Hauling vinsty constitute a pretty fair array of mitt of taem lasted morn than six rounds, the majority, of them went out In the' first round: Climaxed With Willard to top off this wonderfu record he walloped-Jess Willard in) o submission rounds. Tlgen Bent Senators WASHINGTON. Aug. DctroM took the opening same ot the series from Washington today. 2 to 1. Detroit Washington 8 0 7 0 lit Lead Aug. easily defeated Brooklyn loday in tho first'game ot the s'arles' Brooklyn day. the score hemg irto'u. .j, ff U-a's ja sreat form, holding tho hard x e Owing to ihs pour vesterday aftet Champion bunch down to one Dingle and striking out 13 of I them. Champion had rep Wiilltord, at the defeat of his pels pve us no credit Of and -Rill 'the down: Vulcan for -day them.- Barons scored the Only, run ball 'game' between 'O.agrath. it the game fn the fifth and Barons iad fo 1 walked, went to second, on Williams off Doth learn weta in; !out at first, went to third on J; Moore s citv hut had to remain-idle.- to centre, and -scored; when was informed. j vViiliford's -wild pitch by Grady. tins morning that Volcan -has The box socre: distended and tnerefore tile j Barons2- sene- between Barons, and-'- I powers, cf has been .called p i series ot five games ;Bergt ss being arranged' he-: rf ___ R H PO.A'-B- test team He aends the fol lowlog to yesterdavs llerali! men Honing the learn' Th6 following U the team selected to mafce the trip to Lethhndge to WIN the i Well, we shall see Tonight lei Is the tale It-Ms "perhaps unnecessary, to state Uftt the local "powers 'that be 'to totally ignore the fmpudeit wire, 'ajid'irefuse to alter arrangements. They foel that it is only the off cious ness of the individual and that tween Magrath and Barons, a doubleheader to be. played .to- morrow 'one eame on Friday, and another double-header on baturdav These game' should prove of interest to tte fans, as it'Is that of the rtlcan will catch on -ftith Magrath The firs' game tomorrow will.start "at 3.00 and the sec- -I ond at 615 t.. .f ff 01 0.1 .0 0 -0 0 1 0 1 0- ,Williams, c 3. Moore, 2b G. Oloore, 3b If c: Starr, If Grady. c Buckley, 3b F. Slarr, ss li. Starr, Ib l" 4 21 8 2 FOOTBALL ALBERTA CHAMPIONSHIP BENNETT SHIELD SEMI-FINAL HOME AND HOME MATCHES. HILLHURST AB 3 3 3 3. 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 '0 1 0 0 0 2 3 2 lf> l i o. 0 1 0 0 1 -0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 (CALGARY) VS. FROM FRANCE FRAGMENTS (LETHBRIDGE) (WINNERS OF THE FIRST MATCH) ADAM? PARK TONIGHT Kkk Sharp If 2b rf Wlllilord, p Summary. Struck out, by Juney K'. by 3; stolen Moore 2, n. Starr 2, Berg 1; balls. off Jimey 2, off WillHorfl -i; left on ha-es Barons 7, Chamlnon 5; wild pitch Wllliford. QUEEN'S HAS ENGAGED V ENGLISH GIRL TO COACH FAiR CO-EDS. JN .'SPORT. the efforts of Queen's University a revival 'of intercollegiate .sport on a.scale not hithirto attempted... the co-eds.-wijl not be ovirlpofced. on the other" Queen's, pro- poses to suggest to th'e intercolleg- iate alhlttic issociatlonrthat pro- vision be madt for competitions between teams of lady students in as many of the" major sporti now on the association calender .as may he deemed advisable. The announcement was made at the university to-day 'ihat Miss Ruth Clark, a graduate of Chelsea College, England, has been.engag- ed to act physical director and coach of 'the co-cds, during tho coming session." Tennis, swim; basketball, tiocksy, gymnas- tics and track and field athletics are-among-ths branches of sport for the fair students. start.lha DempVey- locks'-llke ho will roll up a mark that may nave be approached. He is only twenty- four" and has many--years of ring use- fulness before him. I .Twenty-four years seem to be th lowest age at which a boxer can anne 'the world's championship: .Dempse 'cot his, at that .age, I got mine, too fat; twenty-four, and John L. Sullivan just that old when he won. the championship from Cor- belt became1 champion at twenty-six; Johnson was 32 when he won the title, ,and Willard was more than-thi.rly 'when he got the crown; FitjjCase Rare One, case was the inOEt nn- 1 usual of all. He -vras when won the middleweight champion- ship by defeating Jack Denipsey, and he was.almost.thirty- three when he defeated Corhett for tie championship of th'e .world. He ,was thirty-seven when I took the title from .him, but after that he weut-rlfth; in 1914 at the age of.fifty-two. all the wonderful men who have gone' before him, is in line to make pugilistic history that mayLIive forever. lloland and Ainsmitb; Johnson and Picinich, .Gharrlfy. Both Teams Hit Hard BOSTON, Aug. hsmmer- eil Cleveland'a pitchers hard .today anil won tho-firBt game ol the series, 5 12 Won I2 'C Bagby, Morton; Klepler, and O'K'elll; and Schang. St. Louis New York, postponed, vet rounds. Chicaso-Phlladelphia, rain. INTERNATIONAL Rochester 0; Toronto 4. NewarK-Reading, postponed, Buffalo-Binghamplon, postponed. PACIFIC'COAST n. !Jke 4; Sacramento 1. Yernon San Francisco 5.- Cincinnati an3'' Miller; C 1 11 2 King and Rarldcn.'..' Cubs Another CHICAGO, Aug. Boston bunch- ed hits oft Carter today and defeated Chicago, 3 to Boston Chicago 3 12 C r' 9. 2 and Ooivdy; Carter, Bill and Klllelcrl Pir'atet Shut Out I'lTTSBUftO." Aug. defeated IMHsburg" to3ay, 2 to 0, due to the effective pitching of Meadows Philadelphia 2 C Tragessor; Adams Slayer and Blackwell.1 Glantfe Lose ST LOUIS, Aug. puzzle Xcvr Yo'rk'wHU his sbw dsllvery tc day and SI., Louis won, 0 lo 1. New York St. ,6 Douglas, Imbue and Gonzales; -Ma and Dilhoefer, fCalgary Alberlan.) liillhnrst got the surpriEe of their ife last night when Hie- Lethhrldge Fragments from beat them in the Bennett Shield game by one goal fo nil. l.lnnlng, ,lhe 'Frag- ment's centre, worked through men and mud himself and scored a lovely goal in the seconii half. It was a great piece of o'ff. individual play 'which "came on. Al the same time, if the grbund haC been HIT. 1 ihlnk liillhnrst woiild have won. nut the Fragments 'seemed Jo adapt themselves to the muddy con ions. For the Fragments, Dunlop derson, Shaw and W. Unnlng were c pick, For Hichardson, Campbell, 'Andy Mitchell. re the nesl. Mitchell was the heat round man on Itin field.and played whale of a game. BETTING LEGAL STATE OF WAR CEASE B TOnON'TO. July "Allan 'Aylesn-grtn, K. C., formerly minisle of Justice tor Canada, has giver, written opinion tp'the offcnl that ra Ing in Canada, with-bclltng, will 1 moment the, royal prod madon Issues in England that Ih alile of war as.ti both Germany an Austria-Hungary ceases, apd al t same moment the, ordcr-ln-eotm of June 7, 191J, will cease to co tinue .In force? because from th moment Canada is'ho longer at w no matter wliat govern In-counell or (he.parliament of 0 ada might do or ssy. J WESTERN CANADA Moose Jaw 5; Reginald. .Winnipeg Sashatoon 6. MUST BE WINNERS -TO RETAIN PLACES STABLE- NEW J. Salm- .c-n, of Eddie" Rickenbackcr .and Is. one of the men now racing on" the metropolitan circuit who not their hor- 'sei. speculating privilege In hii stable belongs to the trainer. -The owner never fylr. Salmon races fcr fun, writes every horse he a dead Ion. and so Is never disappointed -if the balance it on the wrong side at the end of the season. That ;he Is a "cheerful loser was demonstrated the other day.when he- said to a stranger passing the 'stable'with 3 halter In-hls hand: "How would you like to have a horse to 'go'with your And. thereupon gave away the royally-bred, three-year-old, colt "Ultus, by the great Sardanaple, for which he had paid >s yearling.'. Casse Tout and terede, two. other French-bred three-year-ojtis, that cost a lot of money as 'yearlings, he sold for apiece after they had been tried and found wanting WILLNQUESTION LANSING Aug. of Slate Lansing, who was the Ijcac of tho American delegation at tho peace conference after President Wil- son returned home, will be questioned thp-.seuatc foreign relations com- snllted Wednesday regarding the -pyl- itical features of the' treaty. He Is al- fipccted (o bo asked many cjues- RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread SECTIONAL AND-BROKEN BEAOS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulutnuinji 71Z Third Avonue South.. PHONE'1t64 OILS AND GREASE 1 FREE AIR i TIRE AND TUBE REPA1HS Vulcanizing. J EHI'on Thursday; Two Games 3.00 and 6.15 Friday, One Game 6.15 Saturday, Two Games. 3.00 and 6.15 HAVE. YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before the Hutu, by ANDY THE RADIATOR.MAN 418 Fifth St. The Mechanical Garage Uied cars bought and'sold. General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd St. Cosy Hollar Rink. x Phone 1190 Auto Depot Tt you nnefl your Auto Top re'COvererl or and up- bolstering corns and Bee THE LETHBRICGE 'AUTO TOP DEPOT, Neit to Herald Office. G. T. BLUNT, iionr. regarding the league of nations. Eckstoirm Park Admission 50c UCK HERZOG IS TRADED TO THE CHICAGO CUBS CHICAGO, Aug. Charles (HllclO Mar Infk-liler pt the Hoston alional league club, today became mem'ncr of the CHjcago National ague leani. as ttie result of a ,ilcal y whicli U-slie and Charles InflcUlcrs. are exchanged for eastern plnycr, .Hcrzos formerly .played with the York anil Cincinnati teams he ore going to Iloslnn. Pick Joined he Chicago club lusl 'season Irbm he San Francisco cluti of the Pacific Coast league. Mann was formerly with" Iho Bostoi ant! Iho Chicago club o( th Federal league. II GRAND GARAGE CARDSTON ie L. A. H. ROOSA FURNITURE TRANSPIR .Trunks and Other Day and Night Service Phone 1869; Office 922 2nd .181-26 THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET. _.. -Just Openert on filaln Street. JTOURISTS1'INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MQTQR LEAGUE Plenty of Modern Export Jlecbanlcs. A Full Line of LADIES'REST ROOM Auto Livery to ihe and GUcler Parki Alwayi At Vour GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Lid. 2nd opp. Hottl 1 K-W. Service Station Service Station for Ihe fantoiii: K-W Magnetos. Full stock ol parts carried. Mtfnetos all makes MAGNETS RECHARGED Tli'e Roy ElecWc Co, (13 4th South PHONE ;