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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Stt LETHBRnXJg DATLT HEIULU FRIDAY, AUGUST S, 1'Jl'J BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Manual SAX- IF I NY HEAD-I DCWT TO COME COT HERE TO 1IT v DAVIDSON WINS AT CALGARY SHOOT Millionaires Took Opening Game of "World's Series" When Hovey Turned Garden City Crew Back Without a Hit Rachac Pitched Unbeatable Ball in 'the Evening, Only Two Hits Being Registered Off Him Third Game of Series Tonight. Magrath tccomplr-hed what it has (to welcome CapL Hoy on his Irans- teen dying to do for a long lime when the teem from the Garden City tri- umphed over Ihe Barons Millionaires in; Ihp. second game or the rtonble- header "played Thursday in the series of: flvefgamaV'ipr Uie-j.chaiDpionEh.lpr of r Southern "Alberta.; "The iesslon Trent lo the XIasralh crew he- alh'Wfta" only "two. alia Millionaires, Juney and. Will- iams-collecting'these. It was 'the first defeat at "tie Barons creW al the lie MagraUi "ana .pi course the boyV'Crom 'ilghly elated.. session Heckles (light The crowd saw llicj amval of the pilot over the citT Saturday, at three .and 6.1? lhal they figure they got double value for their1 mosey by attending the e. score: Powers, cf Starr, If 55 Juney, p Buckley, 3b Wiiriams.-.c llr _____ J. Moorish G: it A? R H.PO A E i 'to. tbe; Barons squad; Hovejj being-" unbeatable, blanking Only two Magrath men reached I first-_base.-not.a hit being-: If StarrYalsb featured .the game iritli home run with two on. 3. 0 'V. 6 0 0 0 1 "0 0 0 1 14 0 10 o o o 0-0 0 I 0 2 ,0 With the count standing one all In the first two games of the Southern Alberta "world's serious" between v and Barons., the third game C.15 should jdra-sr a iconslcr crowd to Eck- -1- s'.orm Park. The calibre of oall played io (he' tiro Thurs- v day games TTSS all to the mer- ry as the score' indicates. Two v more games will be played on The fans are surely.' gelling v- sorrie fine dishes served up I'o them this season" and their ap-. pelltes for more'are just what one would expect. Be on deck tonight. v o.o .In'the Magrath scored one in the first on a hit to left by; ifc- Donalri after .J. Mercer Was rellred DIcDonaJd ,'ffCDt. to. second on Godfrey's and scored "on Wil- hit .to" right Barbna eTened the score In th'e second. Alter Juney had tripled, Buckley hit "Ip.Hacbac rto caught Juney off third, and he was .out Jdr. leaving tne base Buckley went all the way to third on tbe play. 3 3 3 3 3 3 .3 3 Mercer 0" Ob Willarrl, in 3b rt Jones, c Kacfcric, p 31 '1- 2 31 -i I- AB R ti.PO-A.-Tf- D 6 1 1 6 3 li. Davidson p[ Uthurldgo is tbe only local representative attomlliig the Alberta Hiflc As-- soclatlon meet in t'nlfiary. -fr has teen rc-ceived by his friends here that he secured second place In one of tbo events. He was also In the prize monev in the Alberta eveat at 500 aiid'COO yards with 59. C- Sent. Pillard says that the Lctkbridge Rifle Club is lo be reorganized and .Mr. Davidson's success In Calgary is therefore very encouraging. ff 3 0 .0 0 1 .0 0 'Oil 0 '.i ii i 0 i.'.'4 OIL 0 0 v II Capt_- Hoy. will start 'oh 'bis 2S 2 4'26 8 2 "sHan lor Corrill in Slli. out, panning off line. Score-by to come home on Williams'single orer Barons .short: Jensen fanneil. Moore took Slagralh. 100 000 2 1 'cue on the arm and Q. Moore Hew (o Mlller. -The score went along a tie till thG 2-hase hit. Jones; three- base bit. Juney; bases on balls, hff Rachac 1; hit by pitched ball, Jdsb GAMES AT MEDICINE HAT .eighth when put over the Moore; strucli out, by Juney H, by -n-icning run. un, singled (Racnac 31; .'-jmnlre Wray. shariily-lo centre, A. >lcTCer runnln1; for him. On tbe llirow-in the ball got. away from J. Moor. 'and. Merger i'NTEHMEDIATES_LOSE BOTH _perc-hed on-second.. filler fanned, Jones, doubled Io centre field, Mercer scoring, Racbac and J. Mer- cer were scl down on slrikes. The was-a great eihiMtlon wliich Tvas wilncEacrf by a big croiri' of the facl tbat halt tbe population a I _ iho ilmc wia out at the aviation fteljjl Night Service McLaughlin Garai 11lh Street South For the contenlenco and bet- ter servlca for our wo aro prepared to take on ed- dltlonal worV at nights. Cars washed aad polished, waned or slmonized at reason- able rates (ivorfc done by OJ-J Country carriage Trucks; washed, oiled and .greased. Cera greased and oiled. Tire repairs, Emergency calls promptly at- tended to. Cars stored In our Garage are Feriman WE ABE NOT IN THE After losing the first game at tho liat 'list- Wednesday, Ihe Intcrmedl- aleg were eipeclcd lo up another good battle wllh yUening but the opposite happened, for they went down lo defeat by the score of 13 lo 0. PrenderBasl ivas uild as a hawk and several oases on balls, fol- lowed by nils made it easy for the Halters to win. The boyi speak highly of tbe treat- menl accorded Hal. Tbe encouraged them 'whenever a good play waa made on Lhe diamond, and they were c entertained royally during their short stay. HAHN HAD THE BEST OF IT i ATLANTA, Ca, Aug. BerElsi illahni of West "Virginia, according to i newspapermen here, last night hail [the better of Pete Herman, of New, j Orleans, In a lu-round no-decision bout. Hahn forced the fighting all the way and the bantamweight champion did not appear to'eitond himself to any great eilont, but showed some excellent fighting at lime's. FINAL TO BE PLAYED AT MONTREAL (Coolipued irom rront'Page) tbe" Vancouver Capr. Hoy expressed -many .times bis belief across Ihe .Rocky Mounlnms by air route ts au easy one provided Ihe Qyer.has a good machine, flight lo Vancouver nt 3 o'clock on Saturiray morning. He will only make two stops, one at Golden, B.C.. and the other eith'er al Kamloops or at Vernon, B.C., depen.d: ing 6a arraugements to be made by wire. 'I will make the trip -back in at least lea hours" Jleplared the young airman, conndenliaiiy, "and as a mat- ter of fact, I eipect to do letter than that time and'oiake It back in perhaps eight hours." Capt. Hoy very positive on the point that flying over tho Rockies is a perfectly feasible proposition. Bui so far as a mail ser- vice ij concerned, he was equally posi- tive tliat better and more pow- erful machine is required than the Cnrlls J. X. training plane he used on hia trip. Although Ibis machine came- fully up Lo Ihe requirements of his trip, Hoy pointed pat that for a regular mail service, a plane would be renuired that could make easily feet In height to enable it lo rise above storm clouds and squalls to avoid delay. With a DchavilaKd -machine, equip- ped with Rolls noyco engine, .ho said, the Irln across from Vancouver to Calgary, non-stop cbuM be made eas- ily in ail hours, C Camp- bell, president of the Dominion Foot- ball Association, stated last night thai whether Grand Trunks -were eliminat- ed or not, Ihe final for tho Connaiight Jtup. emblematic of Ibe soccer cbam- Iplocshlp of Canada, will he played llhls season In Montreal, i Should Grand trunks be j overcome ihe lead secured by Old Country In Ihe match al Toronto yes- terday, the Old Country club will nlay tho Veterans of Winnipeg hero neit weeir. Craig Campbell, was isked lo have Lhe final played in Toronto It the Toronto team won, but he refused to as there would not bo Rnothtr oppor- tunity for ell years to hold tie finals In'Montreal.' K. Smllh, B. A., of Bsns inlet, fn tne rilocese of Algoma, has fo thd incumbency SI. Damabas' church, II. (o succeed the Htv. Brneet baa'gono. back to started off tor thu lap Ip Calgary, Tho propeller f ot' going by G'cargc Flice and Fred Huse, ami created nilllc a gale while In motion at the rear of Ihe machine. Wllh i wave of bolh bands from Ihe avlalor, the machine rushed along the ground with the its onglnn, heading north. It rose In the air aiid. In the twilight of the evening, the pilol of tlie Bklcs faded In .the distance, winging In's way lo Calgiry where, from a me3 sage received he arrived at 8.50 Carries Heralds The airman tin bis Journey to Cal- gary carried with him 'several copies of the Utlihrldgc dropped on his way. A phone mes- sage from Koblc'orcl F.talcd tbat tn'o cf IheEC bud been picked up by Jlr. Harris and Mr. XoWc, Copies of tho Herald were also conveyed to J. H. Woods, of the Calgary Herald, and John Nelson til (he Vancouver World. Takei Mejiages In addlllori lo these tbe aviator car- ried ihe following messages from Mayor Ha'rdle and Mr. Buchanan lo tnest end sennet j-our loud tnitnpet lo eslol him. {But In ihe midst of it all, p'ease remember we are EO dryi oh dry Yours Iruly, .W. L. HARD1E, Jlayor. l.eUibrldse, Auj. 7, 1919. His Worship. Mayor Gale. Vancouver. B. C. The gallant man you sent from your city in an, aeroplane .landed In Lelhbridso today.. We congratulate your city in belng'lhe first one from which an OYer.lhe-Rockles flight has been staged. 'H is: an enterprise tho spirit ot which in this case Itss un- limited possibilities. M'hen aeroplanes; are your proud, you were .the a plane- over the Rockies. This cll.v consrafulates TOU and your city, i Yours W.'D. L-: IIARD1K, Mayor. Lethbringp, Aug. 7, 1913. J. H. Woods.- Esn, l, Calgary Herald. Calgdry', Alberi'a7' ;i Jty dear ;'Hand> across the 'ir" has been possible by the arrival here of Captain "Hoy afier suc- cessfully negotiating the Rockies. So 1 take tbe opportunity .'to clasp the of my confrere. the copy off the Lethbrldge Herald the airman IB conveying you, its ctrciilaLlon has. today taken an up- ward flight. .May Lhe same good for- tune'await'.your publication. As erer, yours W. A.'BUCHANAX. 7, 1919. John NTelsOD, Esq.; Vancouver World, Vancouver, H. C.. lly dear across the air'1 lias been made' possible by tha arrival here 'of Captain Ho'y after HUC- cessfully negotiating. Ihe npckics. So I take- llie opportunity lo clasp tho hand of my Will the copy: pf-.lhe I-etlibrldge Herald the airman is 'conveying you, Its circufa'tion has -tdday'.lakcn an up- ward flljhl. I note IKs" sqm'c Eoort fortune has attended, yo'ur publication -A'llh copy safely delivered. As ever, yours sirfccruly, A EncounteFerf The flight across .the Rocfcics was, according to Captain Hoy, an uncvcul, ful one. He met difficulties beyond encountering I'puckets" In the neighborhood of N'elEprl. These meant a sudden rise and sudden fall of some three hundred feet.' The aver- age. height llown wag -in Hie fielghbor- liood of 5000 feet., The greatest, height lo Tvhfch the machine went was 6700