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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1010 n. hi. H-'l "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus SHE DON'T EVEN STOP TO BRf ATHt XOOA. 1ALKIN6 In The Major Leagues Some Facts About famous Fly- weight, Who is National Favorite Big Fighter is a Splendid Mixer Miller and Lees; Smith and and Popular Cham pion baiuanmi-lgbt I Cincinnati LIVERY We Meet All Trains. Hoipital Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special Rates on Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Uthbridjc, Alta. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work A Written Guaraotca tor a Tear awl a Hair wH'a New Bat- teries. J. D. THOMPSON Phons 1966 Jrd Ave. S. TIE VEIS ELEVEN The Veterans' "second eleven were pushed out of the Scott Cup competi-, tion last night when the Calliss do-! featcd them by a scoro of five goals to nil. was a replayed, tie, and the result iras'surprising after the '.'A" team had held the_ Scotchmen down -to a draw. The game was a tame aifair. the rallies showing their superiority from tbe outset, but "was not such a one- sided affair as the score -would indi- cate. Irwln was responsible lor three oi the goals scored, Mcllveaa account- ing for the other two. Five comers were conceded by tbe'Vets during tha game, each one being 'taken by Tommy I Knight and nicely placed. This player1 .played a particularly good game throughouL The had three mEn1 placed tors de combat during tbe same, the :CaVliea allowing Item to put on addi- tional places., Jimmy Gurr retereed, and there was l nice crowd present. game in.the series Tfi.U.bJ the're-play .-of game, TS'.'-. George's, will" ije'playeil at-Ectaiorm Park Da at 6.45.. SEMI-FINAL FOR .'THE SCOTT CUP Many years ago the Hudson's Bay Co. presented a cup to the Macleod Golf Club to be played for annually by the golfers of southern Alberta on .the course of the Macleod Golf Club. The icompetition is 13 holes medal'play, no handicaps, and the Macleod club proposes to hold the competition this year on Wednes- day afternoon "of this week, com- mencing at 2.30. Lethbrldse players are invited to participate and as many as pos- sible should make It a point to go up to the western town on that day. Jack Derapscy again is wise, lie's goins to do the lightius while Jack '1" match between Jimmy Wilde and Pal Moore, which was won by Wilde ou points, had the surprise of his life. Tliere were two Americans ai the Kearns looks after the business "at-i table :md one of them suddenly ro- This is the ilaV ot bis things marked: ;lter "iiay. md big money and we want no .better proof ot Ibis. than the HOOD hoy. Pal Moorel received in Cincinnati and tbe many I The promoter, tor Js goics to bol r el" a moment, was Itixoy and Adams; Kllc-r and Hari den.-; (Only two games scheduled.) 4 1 1, G 0 Pcniiock WESTERN CANADA The Vets and CallJes will play their jerm-firiil tie in Gup en Friday first -at' Eckstorm Park. Kick-off at p.m. sharp. The followinfl is the Caledonian team, with reserves, who are par- ticularly turn but: .Charles, pouglatr Wil- liams, Cplquhoun, Wil- KnightpTrwinj.Vcllvena, Mc- Firlane, Breeze and CampUell. 'ARMY HEAVYWEIGHT PHAMP PARALYZED; WILL BOX NO MORE Frank Chance .was the first, bast- ball man .ti" preiiicl. the-.managerial access ot Patrick Moran.'whp.threat- ns to wilr the National league! pen-, narit wiih the Cincinnati RedsV Chance rhen he handled the Cubs, had XToran nd Tom .Needham, boli catchers, on his team! 'Later, when Cbance tqok old of the-Yankees in 1913, he vainly ried to obtain-Moran as a coach. Vforari -was -Helping Charley :Dooin. oanager. ol the "Phillies at that time. md' the 'Quaker owners refused to et Pat go. "Mpran.-will be a. great manage; ome: said Chance when the 'billies bad turned down, his offer knows baseball, is a bard work- er and is well liked bjr the players 5epause he is lair and square. Xeed 3ain, too, will mako the big leagues it he gets an offers, some oi them as high as 000 for a week's Is receiving. Electric park in Kansas City offered him JC.OOO for a week, which he can- celled. A moving ot- tered him for one picture or for two pictures. He is con- sidering this. Charles Cochrane offer- ed him. 5125.000. transportation both ways for four people" anS all expenses while in London to meet Joe Beckett. He also has otfer under advise- ment. Dempsey will earn more in his yearj as champion than Willard id in three years. And lust because we are living in a different period, lad Willard won he would have re- vived these same offers. Dempsey personajly wanis to" accept he Beckett offer because "he said: a real fifht and that beat! exhibiting around the country." Oh. he boy's a sure, lighter from his head FRBDHRICTON. N. Jack. Clemen (s, i- champ! 01 nMTj-weigbt boxer ol Uie Canadia overseas mililary forces, who receotl trrired at tie New Brunswick military hospital here with a convoy of patient trotu was here at noon today from hla home at Campbell-' ton. N. B., a helpless paraiylle, as the result ot a bathing accident. While in awlmmlng near Orande he had been spending his 1 were sold by 'Mr., .fleoree 3raves, the comedian, lor (about He founds said the Ameri- can me up a few ten.gulnea seals." CHAMPIONSHIP WED., AUG. 13 At p.m. ECKSTORM PARK MEDICIfti HUT .vs. LETHBRIDGE Admission Me 16 Free L. A. H. ROOSA rURNITURtt TRANSfER Trunks and Other x Diy aiia Night Service Office 922 2nd Ave. 9. the thousands who .pass ttrausb the gttu at Place Vlger fiutlon, Montreal, year im- trodnce the ever popular and master at Place C.P.R. depot, tie one depend- able friend of the travelling public In i formal way, Hh j official la registered u'T.'W. but to be Is Thal'a 'nnff. The canireca "who spend Uwlr tolldafs up In the Lanreatian monn" Ulns; tbe hundreds who hare their rammer cottages cp the line, all taow Mac and be knows tLcro, and intimately. There are lotf ol tilngi that Mac doei lor bis travel- line Irleads that earn their everlast- ing tratltude. Ton Mao Is not merely a station-master, stern ol and official In attitude, but be la an Trhom the patroni ol tbe C.P.R. turn when they are In travelling dlllicultlcs. And they always jet satislicUon. Mac la known to go out of his -way to help tic travelling public and it 1s doubtful whether any C.P.H. atatlon official bas more friends than has MK, His temper never seems (o unffer, despite the trying tiroes bo and cvin the most humble (raveller Ij assured ol a courteous and kindly reception it Mr. Mitnlf's bsnds. "terffft u 1 Fopnlar Mih, IPben the trtins brlnsins lio Btioes of the war polled In, many band] were chs-ed through the car lo shale bauds "with Mac, who, being a Teteran ot 3385 himself, ruts always had vim spot In big betrt lor lie "sojir hdiles.' Mr. was tinder fire In re- bellioa of 1885 and bu medal ind tilt Ssakfilcticwan bir. He also pos- the rood conduct roidal and liaa tbirly years la the employ at tin Ca'atrtlan Picllle Hallways As tiatloh-master, Mac Is Ideal. Qln eonrtesy, Ms and Iifnd The Vulcan Baseball tenm has dis- ujnded. The different players have been paid oil in full and are departing for other parts, eorne toilake up new positions offered them and olherc pro cee-uuig -4o their home towns in the States, Tho decision to disband for the season was arrived at on 'Monday afternoon, when a meeting of the man agemcnt was held and the prospect! of continuing were fully discussed and it was dtcliled that, owing Jo present prevailing conditions, a dis- bandment was test; The club null" with its financial condition in good shape anil in this could b aye gone through the season, with the rosped ol games in sight, without ss, but the general tendency of tlie cople owing to unusual conditions as .for uiabandmonl and. the same was adopted. The club haJ maintain- cl Vulcan's past reputation for super- mly in the province baseball circles, nil uuits for the season with an en- lable reputation. tho resmnp- lon of favorable conditions next year 'ulcan will again ho in tho name and n the mean time tho people of this will Ijavo to amuso fhemBClvei s-llh home talent on tho diamond and some Interesting gamei with such material ma-y be pulled oil Ty Cobb answers tlie critics ol his .raining 'camp methods by the tion that tbe routine oi oue month or six 'weeks is entirely too long lor the iall player. For'oianr season Cobb has1 refused to report to the Tigers when they en- trained lor the Dixieland. Barely has he jumped into uniform earier than arms ana a week or ten days before tho opening stamina, of (he regular season. Cobb's enemies repeatedly declare that failure to train ivouid handicap Cobb consider- ably. But it has never done so. Sev- eral times (he "Southern Typhoon" has started slowly, but along about mid-June he has found hisistride and i breezed along to the-sublime- heights of tho offensive baseball world. "Four lo six "weeks' training In the South, with two sessions-dally, hurls rather than helps a Coub ex- plains. "After two "weeks In the South the player is fine. After that strenous training begins to sap his endurance. When the season opens ho looks good and plays well. mid-August you will notice that he Is growing stale, that ho isn't playing 'with all the old dash Breed." .''Early In my career 1 spent four lo six weeks in training camps. Usual- y 1 reported for the opening ol the season In Una condition. But alter about two months I would' begin to get" a, little stale. My work would lack zlpp. I decided tinally that It was because 1 ivas overtrained. So one OPENING OF THE RAYMOND FAIR RAYMOND. August thlr ccntb annual exhibition of the Bay noud Agricultural society opens Wed nesday at the Victoria 1'ark fsi jrounds. Everything la in readiness iccordlns to.a stalemlji issued todn: from -the- secretary's office. Tin weather promises lo be fine and it I expected that hundreds will bo presen from all parts of the south country. The "directors are- busy toilay placln and tagging the, exhibits. Tomorrov morning judging will" afternoon the big progrnni .ot will be pulled 'off. -Several additions have been made to the program mnk- ing it still more attractive. f Ins the baseball year fagged and worn out aud trained olf.. I was just as good physically as when the season began. And ever since then I have followed that system of training, just enough to get-the-kinks out of my and less -without (he sacritce of RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next-Retread By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1664 GASOLINE OILS AND CREASE FREE AIR -TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie's Vulcanizing Opposite Ellison Mllie HAVE YOUR RADIATQR RE-CORED -Hef ore the by ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fjfth-St S. season i did not report to the camp for the (nil (raining, but I merely put in about ten days' -work. "As a result I was nble-lo put Into the regular playing all season all the endurance thai was necessary and I carried It right along through to the end of the season. Instead ol ffnUh- REFUSED CHANCE AT TITLE BECAUSE OF FRIENDSHIP Patrick McBnroy, 1st nat- lalion, Loinster Regiment, a I.anco- Corporal in the11st 'Irish Guards, who von the Navy" and Army middleweight bampionsbip'lri to the war s a Sergeant'. "ahd'w'cra a commission, he Military the D. S. 0. Vs a boxer McEnroy was one ot tbe hest-iiked'ihen in the profession, ie and his counlrynian, Pat O'Keele, were bosoni iHerids, and It was typica if McEnroy' that "when lie was offered d chanco 61' winning' the Londsdalo middleweight belt lie refused, because, to do'so lio'would have Jiad to beat rf'Kcetc, the holder ol the trophy. TRIPS OVER BOWL AND BREAKS LEG Ont.-Lieul. J. Leckle a returned met with an accident at Bowling Green, resulting in frac- lure of his leB. He. was .selected to nlay on one ol the rinks ogalust Brock, ville and had just finished and was on His way ovor to the club houso When bo tripped ovor a bowl which had been thrown across suit-was that the leg was twisted suddenly from under blw and Irac- turo, resulted. The Mechanical Garage Used cars General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and1 3rd St. Cosy Roller Rfnk.- Phone 1190 nol alone of Ibfl public, but ol bis superior officers, can enforce dliclpllne but ctlU retain his an excel- lent QtuIHr, Here's lo Msc! Long may h'a side over the desllnles of the travel- who KU and comi; In tbe Place Vljrer 7 GRAND GARAGE CARDSTQN THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Just Opened on Main Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE I'lcnly ol Koom, Modern donvcnlcnces, Courteous Trcalmoill, Expert Mechanics, A Full Line of Accessories "coil MiMM TIRE SERVICE CO. Opposite Fire Hall Auto Top Depot If Auto Top re-covered or, repaired, .and up- holstering done, come and tec THE LETHBRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Cth Street Next to Herald .G. T. BLUNT, PROP. LADIES'REST ROOM Auto Livery to the Walerton and Glatler Parks Always At Your GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACEHLENE WELDING The Allen 'Jack Co., Ud. 2nd opp. Lethbridge 1M4 K-W. Service Station Bcrvlco Slallenvfor Iho famoui K-W Magnetos. Full Mock ol parlfl carried. Magnetos of all ciake.i repaired. 'MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co, SIB South. PKONt 7M ;