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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TKB LETHBRIDGE By G. McManua UP FATHER" FI I XOVJ KNOW HOW I EXPENSIVE LABOR S ft C In The Major Leagues rindnnall New York Chicago Brooklyn Pitlshure Philmlelrjhia I. Louis is in Front of All Famous Hitters in Johnson ian Organization Detroit Again WASHINGTON, Redi Drop One CINCINNATI. Aug. Mrooklyn look the second game o[ Ihc series balled Sallee and Kisbfer hard today and beat Cincinnati, 0 to 1. he Indian outfielder of the Cadorc and Fisher, THVnSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1910 LIVERY We Meet All Tralnl. HoiplUI v Phones 428, 369, 1556 Rales on Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lethbrldge, Alia. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteid Written Guaranlea lor Year and a Hilt >wllh New Bit- leries. J. D. THOMPSON Phon- 1966 718 "rd Avt. 3.. Hillhurst Outclasses Local Veterans and Win By 3-1 Lbcnls Score First Goal, BaJ Cal- gary Team Came Back Strong Hound By 3-2 GAME GRAND TRUNKS LOST IN TORONTO TORONTO, -Auj. crowd of 6000 at the University j of Toronto stadium, last night. Old Country defeated the Grand Trunks of Montreal, 4 to 1. in the first of home and home games for the Eastern Canadian champion- ship. It was a display of soccer. The Vi'.crans put a grc." light I for provincial honors In bolh last i n'ghl's EMie, null ihe one at Calsary. I and '.lie tolsl More of Ihe stlKi proves how close they, were .ID Rsiincr .thrm. i A finsl score of 3 lo goal Jives Cal- gary a very narrow margin, but it is_________ enough. i ..vas DOW one alL end although trie On la-t night's game, nobody will j yisjjorc- temporarily having the deny Ihalthe best lenm won. o, ,hl, everyone expecled. brand o( football put up by Hillhurst' ,ne Figments to come along wlcn j TTPS ttc brand thanvins. On the ball I frequenlly all the time, and no standing Inoting l ]ite j( Inrin WB5 dose up and nicely ?nd wondering what the other.fellow, ]UEl ab0'ut to shool ivbeu 'is EoinR lo do wlih il- Tlial was one 1 jutctdi robbed him. Lethbridge were reason why they won: another, prob- ihaviq5 quitc a lot ,of the same when able reason Is that they were a. hear-; lt blew for half-time. It --rdwercj lid not i ippear so fresti S3 infc visitors. Thi' had besn pretty'fist and 3 o'olock this afternoon Ma- Orath and Barons will play .the first of a five game sent! at Park. They play again tonight al 6.15. tomorrow at and a double-header on Saturday, at 3 'and 6.15- Both teams have been strength- ened by playeni from the dis- banded Vulcan club, and should put up a brand of baseball. Nearly all the leml-pro clubs in the di'lrlct- are disbanding next week, "and this may be the last opportunity the fans will have of seeinfj these ciubt in action. 1 able reason Is that they were a. hear-; lte blew for half-time j ier'lcsm and possessed more stamina: s a pe3l hair, aml ihe crowd I'- ib-sn ihe locals. The result, alyioush The locsls din .vary can hardly be so visitors. surprise to anyone'.who had 'seen visitors' in action previously- Calgary iiiju UCTH r----------- ..'sarvljjjg fellows seemed-to sland.it better., on iccoiinl of ils silo is a great "'.'.second Half JIB hut not enough lo cause him io ive up his position as lerullns batler f Ihc National League, according to verages released today, Thorpe is itilug .366. Manager 'hlladelpliia. continued Cravalh, ol to be the a. rimnerup" lo Tliorpe with a mark of i'3. ZacV Wheat, RrooSlyn, made he best showing nilh the willow among tho leaders. He balled hlm- elt from seventh- place inlo a tie or third piece .with his tcam-male Myers, with an average of .321.' iienny Lvauff. New York, tied Cm- rath for home run honors by making lis ninth circuit-, drive. Kauff also is high man in total bases, wilh loo his credit and furthermore he dis- placed Flack, 'Chicego. leading run Better, registering limes Jake Luque and Wiuso. Allen. Mighty Alexander- Loses CHICAGO, Aug. Kealing's drive ivhlcli bounded through a hole In Ihe fence and went (or a home run with one on. decided a pitching duel between-Alexander and htuisclf, Bos- ton winding.2 to 0. Boston 2 50 Chicago 0 5 0 today. 4 lo 4 1 10 2 Leonard, and Alil'smlth; Harper, ami Aptew. All other gciues. _poslponctl, rain. WESTERN CANADA negina 13: Moose ..law 1- Saskaloon 2: Winnipeg I. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done By Us. SECTIONAL1 AND BROKHN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third'Avnnue South PHONE 1664 ll.lCgu Kcallns and Smith, WtUon; Alexan dor and Killefcr. Win Another ST. LOUIS. Aug. Louis agr.ill rmtbaucd New York and look Ihe sec- ond straight game, S to 4. Sew York........... 4 SL Louis S 13 Tonoy, and Snydcr: Tucro; Wood ward, Jacobs and demons. Lelhtmdge rushed; at ths. re-start. craiefu them. Oxford ,hn llilcneli awar wllV great aSill; and anj CamDridEe-learns composed lor er Wille and WaXelrn tils our.defence. lfie mo5l Tart ot former American col raen tne unirer in tout ,n Daubert, Cincinnati., maintained his lend as a sacrifice hitler with 23. Cutsrmw ol Pillshur; passed his loam- male Difjbce in trie number oilbases stolen.' Cittshaw has pilfered 25 to Bigbee's 23. Other High Men Other leading, batters (or- 35 .or more games: St. 1-ouis .510; Williams. Philadelphia, Jl i; Burns. ort. .314; Doyle. New York, .311; aulf, New York. .310; Young, New ork.'.359; Wingo; aubert, Cincinnati. .306." George SIsler. Ihe St. Louis star, is Uing a merry pace ivlth. Ihe blud- eon In the American League and aV boosted bis average from .346 to 62. Sisler also is leading Ihe league dill mncl .lor. the and Boherl '.Bin'were perhaps the n'ck. .Travis did not play -the- fine- game hp ?ul up ami yir.ut.- _ -Eelt lo shool.'arid in Irving to put in our. of Dunlop's leach, hit the upright. Pressing hard. -Wylie and Wakelyn figured prominently. Hie former shoot- er-al as great as was eipected of, another They were having c goals. The Game 1I3L1UI3, shot- Klchardson did not JKff- some good work was put in by over, and Irwln aorl Linning, Ihe latter getting j Ereal rush. almost through till laid low hy Mitch- corner followed hut ell Danlop passed to Robertson, Ulltf.CC tdliic miuLisii Ihree-Elallon bingle that shoved jams and Storey across. Brown ,en ed Ihc agony hy nilFsing (hree. Ihe sixth, Cambridge marie effort to close up the gap when Shaiv- enecy klased the leather for a tingle. Richards pickled a double and Myers followed up with a safe sivat wliich brought-lbe rxiunl wllhni one. II look- ed good for anther afler Myers swipefl Ihe second stop, but Thomgalc and Harl both can-eil the brwze. Oiford going lo let them (eel too i u tolal bases, haying to his credit SO made on 119 nils in 85 games, is hits include 23 doubles, 10 triples nd 0 homers. The St. Louis-man burning Ihe paths and has taken he stolen base honors from John ton of Cleveland, having 22 bases lo ohnston's '21 Fjoger Pccliinpaugh, New York, ha broken Ibe lie for scoring honors b) pulling away from Sisler. Peckin laugh counted 68 times lo Slsler's Cl "Babe" Rulh. the hlK Boston "Iro man." who pitches, 'plays first uas or covers left ficlil, t'.cd Seyhold American league record '.for horn run honors by cracking out his-16t circuit drive. The big southpaw i oul to break ihe world's major leagu record for home runs, held by "Buck If possible. -Frcemans" mark Is 25 homers season. is hov'erinE near Ine lop among Hie nailers wilh a mark of .355, nine Slslcr. prelllly 10 MnnSng who. without hesl- drove In a hard one from Ki dro out jusl yards out which Hlchar.tUon raved. Carrlnilon an4 Campbell 6d In Ihelr defence work and Ibe crowd often applauded their nice work. Anderson was pen- alized for handling wher. away down the. field, and on the i boys. The line-up; Calgary Richardson Mitchell Mortimer Campbell Carriogton K, AS'akelyn ftBEllI >W nil lllcllj rc iihDul II though', so they slipped lip few more to convince the crown II wasn't visitors" day. Kasle went'1, lo iot on Myers' error. Gammtll look a' stroll, and both were- ai third-'corner'by William anil Storey, Wallace in to a nice one'for the ,wli3hnuy drive and was well Hie pfalter hefore the pill was relayed in -waa here yankert to give Clarke n chance lo uao IVHI, Boston, continued lo be Ihe best Bacrificer wilh a mark of 37. Other leading batters1 for 3S or more games: Veacli, Delroit. .351; I'eckinpaugh, Xew .Tuck- son, Chicago, .33S; Hagalead, Detnol, 322; Rice. 326'. Chap- man, Cleveland, Kewsler. New York. .316; .31C; Chicago', .314; Rulh, Boston, Clark Cartwrighl Wylle Stsp'hcns .s; Icl cup.. iAlftn alee- long shot, high. I and aUackJd, Clirk'.erirArtIng ai iiti .one ,wnlch hit 'thing. fol- ejaln- IminedlaJely-vhen Clark, OTre ean- m- unwatcrieJ, rusncrl In and. having I'Mi ot flme, nhol'.a Kroal. one .which lieai1, Giirr rtrerceil one of brcl (rnmci; and .Calgary were so his work Ihat they have rcnueaied him to go to Cnlgary neil Mondaf (fl lafco one of their most Ira- rorlant uialchif, Chicago has- reduced the weight minimum policemen lo 1M po.unds and the helghl lo B (eel, 6 Inbhei. and ailer through aeconrl, v.-ai nubbcil of Ihe firat pillow. "Cambridge came back slrone; In Ihe Shawcnecy fllnglcrt. ,Illchj ards wa> given a life, and both scored wilh ihe help rjf a two llmcr from .My- ers and 'A nifty sacrifice liy Thorngate, the combined efforts of Hart nnri Meal r.oufd not push the anilous Myers The line-ups r.: 1. f.; 0am- msll, Williams, i.s.; .Slorey, Hi.; I'.rown. c.f.; Conqucil r.f.; Thon'.as, p. c.l.; Myers 2b r.f.; Harl, c.; Heal (laraoway, Ibl; Cop Innrl, I.I.; ahawentcy, p DIFFICULT HOLE AT SIMCtJE GOLF CLUB slMCOB, Toiler mad d 27fi'-yard hole In.' tWo at Ihe roura of the1 ilmcoe Oo'.f club.' for Vh hole Id-four. Oblfern who hnvc.plilj eil Ihe local course will rcgarri M occon pllihrncnt.' great (o be heavy, weight .lack Dampsey signed a thealrlcal contract calling for fifteen week's work a week. He Is lo have hia own company and show.and it will play ail the big citiea. Barney Lichenstcin, local fistic impresario, put It over (or the cham- pion and is one of Ihe partners of the men' behind the prolecl. L-lnlck Jacohy, Chicago thealrlcal men, nre furnishing tbe backing. The Movies Took Ihe Scene Dempaey got a tasle of Ihc dram- atic, or ralher Ihe Iheatrical, al Ihe Igning of the papers. II took placo n the .Morrison hotel In Ihe presence t bo'iinz crlllci, a roovle camera, nd Ihe usual frills (hal go wilh such a scene. Th6' entire sum for Dcmpsey'j ry lo be posted with' a Chicago jank. which will dole him oul hi vcekly golden cheque" cheque will begin arriving 25, as the champion will slarl hi: tour a week earlier, than thai, dale.. .Kearns li Foollth Like t Fox The wise Jack Kearns did not over look a bet In closing Ihe deal. A clause was-'Injsrted thai Iho length or the contract could he doubled the wish of the champion. Thursday, Two Games 3.00 and 6.15 Friday, One Game 6.15 Saturday, Two Gamei 3.00 and 6.15 HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before the Itush, by _ THf RADIATOR MAN I .116 Fifth St. S- The Mechanical Garage Used cnti EOld. General Repairing Corner 4th Aye.nue and 3rd St. Coiy Roller Rink, Phone 1190 Auto top Depot If you need your Aulo Top re-covered or repaired, acid up- holsterlns done, come and lee THE LETHBRIDOE 1 AUTO TOP DEPOT 'Gill Street Neil lo Herald Office. 0. T. BLUNT, PROP. Eckstprro Park Admiwion 50c NBW YORK, Aug. of the New Vork Amtrlcan Baseball Mi oblaincrl a temfiorrfry Injnnc- on In fho Biiprcme court here lasl iKht restraining J'rejldenl Han John- on of the American the M. ,oul3 and Cleveland clnba, and- (ill cague from with he pitching of Carl Mays, recently, ufpendetl Indefinitely by Johnson. The orrler In effective.until riextTiiei- lay, when a hearing will h'eld to detn-irilne whether Ihe lime, shall he extonilctl pehdlng hearing ot an ap plication for p. permanent Injunction HEINIE WAGNER RETURNS Aug. former member of Ihe Ilnstrm American, base ball club, (orlay lcam manascr ailll clach, II was released bjr I'roslrlenl i'razee las hecaii.in ol Ihe 21 player liml ruin and laler I'ortlan club of Ihe .New league which dlibsnded.' II GRAND GARAGE CARDSTON THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Jutt Opened on M.iln Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR. LEAGUE Flenly o( (loom. Modern Courteous Treatment, Biperl Mechanics, A Full Line of Accessories LADIES'REST ROOM l Auto ,10 the Water'ton and Glacier Parkl Alwayt At Your GRAY-DQRT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack.Co., Ltd. 2nd Avf., opp. Lelhbrldje Hottl 1544 K-W. Service Station Serried Slalion for Ihe fomoaa K-W Pill I sloeK o( purls carried.. Magnoloj of til innkcs repaired. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co, 6IS '1th Avenue South PHONE 731 ;