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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta UP FATHER- BY G. McManus COMMA. CA.RR-f HEf-vf CWSPCT ALL T X iTAJRi-ilLTROW TME In The Major Leagues LIVERY We Meet AM Trains. Hospital Calls. Phones 428, 369, 1556 Siicdul Hatue ou Couulrr Trips SPENCE BROS. Lcthbrldge, Alia. LOCAL LACROSSE ARTISTS LOSE TO MAD HATTERS BY 3-2 SCORE 'Score on Round Stands at in Devine took Diion's place for Tie and Southern Champion ship Undecided Lelhbridge Weakened by Absence of Mc- j iNalib and Scolt-Rough Game Marked by Loose 1 Jlav Plav Olt on Labor Day. 'ercy Simpson of the vsors. Liib ccldcntal-wLack on the fareheail -ind caiiHba There seems to be a jini on l.elh- trid-e "rounds for local learns. Alter in Calgary. local clamps lost lo Calgary on the home The same experience greet- ed Ihe local lacrosse team lasl night in their same wi'h Medicine Hal tn decide tbe championship ot me south lor-l 3-2. It was n Hard game to losp. but on the play nigh: is was only surprising that ine Halters did no; pile up a larger store Good work oy Joe Callatmn in goa served lo keep the score lower than i really was.' the result is therefore a lie on Ihe round. Lfjhbridge won 2-1 ai (he on Peace Day, making the counl four all It Ihe championship ol the south is to be decided another game iVill-have to'be pUved- and this is y] Last night's. wasn't-a parlic- the weakened last by Ihe absence lot Ales. Scon anil Uoagall McNabb.i I and their absence was. a hard blow OFF WS HERE Claim Mndc of UnspoHsinun liUc Action in Handling of Recent Scries lion s 10 [ne goon worn ui me i -cond quarter. The Hatters rushed j.L.er_irB ant] field sections: he local goul and Calbhan saved., Vmt 'ercy Simpson ot the visitors, sot an j Abridge. Medicine YTriglil ..Cover ......A. Collier ..1stDot.......... Tecl EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranleid A Wrltlcn Guarinlco ror Year aud i Hall wllb New Bit- Icries. J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1966 718 rrd Ave. Pillsbury Brooklyn Uoslon Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Detroit Cleveland St. Louis New York iloslon t-, Washington 1'bilndclnhlu .530 .535 I "I" cS tor a lew minules. Cook of and Taylor _oi Lelo- lio the good work of tne locals in llic The Calgary 1'erald comes back al the fuoitall i-riler of llic 1-clhbrldgc Herald with something in Ihe way ot 'a defense of Ihe Calgary officials actions in connection wiili the recent ras lledidne bridge were off for tcu minutes for j Forrester.. George Ihe Reid and'shot a wicked one but i Dlion..... missed. Md'oriic reppaied and again YcMllou aecidenf, proceeded to ailf I UU r---------- reiense on McLean, and dsew five McLean was so badl.. hurl! thai he had to be assisted off the field id was out for ihe rest or Ihe game. L'. Wrigbt notched' a goal on a long 4 annoan p .uuji j acMous in CDnnccuuu VTriglil; tor Ihe provincial chuinpion- ship end of Ihe story the local fans will have both sides of the siory and will be able lo judge for themselves: "Considerable space has been de- voted in the Letlibrldse Herald rela- tive to Ilillliurst and Fragtnenls from France game in the A. K. A. champion- VcKillop came .2nd Def. ..-H- Simpson r _ :__ n_j c? f underhand shot in minutes. This j ended Ihe-scoring for lue period pul- tins Ibe Hatiers up The third period was just away when George McKillop drew a Iwo- nainule penally for Irippins Ttobsnn made a har4 Iry bl therked by Skeith. Archie ,3 got Ibe ball and carried il i.ehm.1 the Ilal goal Passing it over Taylor gol, ,Ioc ..'.'.'.'.'...I- Home.....C. Wrighl >cvine........Sub......... Herman Clark. and Powell. i Giants Gel Bumped NEW YOI1K. AUE. pennant hopes of the York Giants receiv- ed a crushing blow here today when Cincinnati ivon both cames of a double ond advanced its' lead to games III the- National League race. The neds won Hie first game 4 to 3, ond Hie second 2 to 1- Bulb Clncln- niti-liers were in good (orra. Cincinnaii 4 S Xew York............ 3 Reuther and naridcn; Ncht, Duuuc and Snyiler. Second No American Lcacnc Ernies nelicJ- uleii. olarly brilliant .ez of lacrosse oary ran as sb'e ehonld be. played. Both teams The scoring: irst quarter-- Unison. Hat. T min. McCorvie. 1 mill. 5- Dlckl2nd Quarter- mi, was! Hat. IS niin. -d Taylor, l.etli.. 9 min. 4th 30 yards'out and senl in aj Hal, ;ii Tnln. Veaulv which bulsed-Ibe ,Hat net.; Penallles ne ilp-the score al two all. in, nine, mfnulsi Uiron drtw five for j slashing. Archie McCorvie look, the _ ball up andshol. He missed a rtance Uuon. -idar ho cnnt QOK. in-UiEfrlnelding and many I (0 in.'but shortly alie ;chances :were'missed.' Likewise bolt- !r, a tot one that Teel was teams were in'a screpjy mood, and it 10 rlear. wasn't more couple..of pinnies The last quarter had on v gone h after Ihe opening whistle that a couple minules when Wright sent in a of plavers graced In? Eide lines with fhoi whicli gol past Callahan in inn two minute penalties attached. Wally darkness. Ju.n alter tl-.e whistle blew the gams and kept; [Or a foul and Hcrman.was pnltolt tor ;doTrn the rough sluff as much as pos-i two minutes for ueing loo hand? with. aibic.-v.Al one lime he handed out ten .Te i miiSuleVeach.lo Taylor of the locals 1 jng-handed out the Hatlers took tbe i i'nd'Cook of the Halters for a mLvup ball and went the Beld and scored... it the lar end of Ihe field. George i The goal however was not nllpwefl a? Dixon graced the bench also for fire play-bad .not been called after Hie for Elating, and allogellier "The locals ined hard lo, the situation was as UnEe al limes j evc'n up the score, bal though several: (air' ol local fame one past Joe Calla- Cook Couldn t Play 'han. After thai Dirk didn't.get miici The starting ot the same was de- chance lo get nway tor Andy Mara jlayed by Ihe objecllon raised by tli- Skeith. '1 min. Cuuk- 'I min. 2 mifl. 2 miu. .Coot. 10 min. Taylor, 10 mill. 'Simpson, 5 Ulin. .McKillop. 2 min. Herman, _ mill. ship. II would have been more sports- manlike if the Lothlirldsc Herald hod rcade certain ot ils ground before rushing inlo print with Hie virulent attack on tlie Calgary league and ils hard-working secretary. "It is apparently not known in Leth- hiidge that Ihe dales of August -I and G were set at" Ihe persistent solici- tations of the Letbbridse officials, al- though they clashed with arrange- ments peil'ected some two -months [since in connection with Calgary league. Then two prior lo Ihe Calgary Banie the Lelhbridgc. league 1 secretary telegraphed Calgary that the Calgary game must' slan ut n to enable-the Lethbrldgo 'team to muke the, train -home IhaL evening. The date of the Calgary I game proved to he the wettest day i since ilie Lelhbridge otficialb were eariy on Ihe scene to insist lhat Ibe fce played if the ground was al all possible, although it was cef- I tain thai, conditions -would ureviml Brooklyn Clncinuati............ 2 New York............ 1 3 Sallee and Wlngo; Douglas anil Gon- zales. Horror Wins Game UORTOK. Aug. home rnn in the Utli gave PitlsburE a 3 to 2 victory over Boston In lie first game ot the series today. PittsburK............. 3 1C Boston 3 Cooper and niadiwell; Iliidolph and St. l.onls-Philadelrhla, ram. Bresk Even BROOKLYN', Aug. 13. Brooklyn lost the first same to Chicago today 4.1 to 3. but won the second :i to '1, In 1" innings, -'.en Chicago b INTERNATIONAL Toroulo 3; Jersey City 2; second: Toronto I; Jersey City 11. Uuffnlo 5; Newark 6. Others postponed, wet grounds. "COAST Sacramenlo 0; Sail r'rancisio 2. Sail bake. 2; Los Angeles 4. Oakland 5; Portland 1. Vcrnon 0. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Dent By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works' 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1664 WESTERK CANADA 0; Regina H1: second Hoglna S. SasValoon 1; Moose Jaw 2. GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND'TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing Brooklyn Vaughn and Whent. rSctond game Killcfer; 3 60 Pfetfcr anil 5 1 club 'from' realizing the! Hendm.'. llailey, Martini and OTar. guarantee that tlie A. F..A. required rell; Haley, and Miller. ihev shouiii give Ihe I.elhbridge ttam. J------------------: DRUMHELLER SEES THE COMIC SIDE Christophers Was Arrayed in Spec J-'urlhcr, ihe league secrelary made two Irips lo the grounds durins the day wicii tlie Lelhbrldge .officials to I inspect Ihe ground, and finally when P 11 I 'the car service failed ai'5 p.m., it was 1 the Calasry league secretary who I HI I I hunted up Iwo-lhinls ot the I I team anil conveyed them to nit, park in his car. After the i game Hie I.ethbridge officials were Haliburton, a Returned Soldier, I approached by nolli the .Caliary cnance to get Hwa> :ui ..i-.- was on his heela every minuie ol Ihe Tay Arcnle McCorvi' evened un Ihe count for Letbbridge in four minutes. The play In Ihe firs', quarter whicli Sets New Marks at Ed- monton Meet telling of league and also the Hillhurst club officials lo see if .there was any- thing that could be done to help Ihem their liain. but all Lcthbridge wanteil was the gam3 .that was Eel Ihe lo be postponed lades and Night When Taken Clothes (By Calgary 'Herald Slaff Correspondent.) Drutn- hellcr (a roaring with laughter over Ihe manutr in which P. M. Cliirsto- plicrs. late prcsiilenl of District IS of tbe U. II. A., laken by the rcturred velerana. lie spot- led on Ihe roof of a hoarding house at Wayne in the small hours of liic LAKES t [01. ln g of Iwa Alhcrla records a( lha incial aifilelic meet there spectacles and his night dollies HID Taber chef ol Vancouver hocke. the- provincial rccard for llic K'l whicli was sel by Shcppard In Calgary at 22 -J-S.scc. j In ihe hundred- yards Halibnrioii j had a margin ot two yards over Dr.1 Dmisworth, who ran second. For the 'first 50 yards and llali- hurlan were abrcasl, but In the lasl linlf of liie distance ealncil his lead, llalchl wh3 flnlahcil third aljout two yards behind Dtins- ivortli. Another Record In Ihe 110 yards llalibulron jniiilicd inlo itad riglit al the start fain- ing ten ur more yards In first liun- ilrctl run. nnil in tiic firsl lialf of llic M liy 25 yards, lie main-1 taincd hla Icaj al llic tape finKiiinB In 53 M. lla'glil 61 llic Civics finished and ot llic Canuckr. third. In IHc yards olio of l.lie p.'cl- licsl a' Ihe Hirlnls wai! proriiled, Hie race UCLIIR for and tlllrd plate. lUUhnrlun -von Iho raco liy a cf alioul yards, hu.-.swortli wah scjconO. anil (ilrrait '.amc inlJ lliird yjlaco in tlie last few yards of Ihe race. llaliljnrlail lakes all- raiinil championship, ECUiriii6v five firsts and a third. l.cliiliriilge plcailcd for tlie ncsdav garat at I-ellibrldge on the ground that il was a halt-holiday, etc. However, on making the same request ;o Lolhbrlilcc tlial they hud made to lllllhursl regarding the time of Ihe a curt reply was lenls and purposes over. He also slutcd lo tlie veterans lhat he would renounce the 0. 11. U. nnd return lo the pick hi the mines. MONTREAL, Auo- 14. Great War Veterans' soccer leam of Winnipeg arrived in Monlreal yesterday 'for their game with Grand Trunks in the final for the Connaught cup anrf the champion-, ship of IKe Dominion of Canada. The Winnipeg leam was delayed on Ihe way and.IKe first match of the two-game series will played tonight. Eolh leam> held a llghl workout last niflht, Grand Trunks lo keep Ihe players on edge, and Winni- peg to limber up after the long journey from the. wesl. The.Veterans are a likely look- ing team, of players and are confi- dent Ibai they will carry back Ihe Dominion title to the wesl. Grand Trunks will not find an easy prey in th? Winnipeg team as 'they did. last Saturday with the Old Country leam of Toronto. Thecr will be-a change In the lirt-up ol the local leam. Simp- son, who Injured his knee in the game. last wetk, will be unable to play and replaced by Wors- ley. The 'Islter II 0 first 'lass mm and Ihe change will hardly weaken Ihe team's chances. Sorrow nml nitlanclioly, caused by the death of licr.ran; 1'rlvalc Stcwsrl wrj.largely .responsible for llic death of Mrs. Hugh MacDoli- ild wife, of II. MacDonalil. Woodstock. HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Btfore llic :nilEli, by ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 41B Fifth St. S. The Mechanical Garage TTScfl cars honghl anil sold. General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue ana 3rd St. Cosy Roller Rink. Phone 1190 ur. w. A. Rldilcll, silpcrlntcndtnt ror Ihnt there I '.BUFFALO BOWLERS I QUALIFY FOR FINALS L TORONTO, Aug. bowl led by A. Oliver, loday quallllot ial the Umnlnlon bowling lourtamen iar the In Ihe Walker Irujtliy the feature event lii Canadian howllni; The, lluffnlo team defeatea Ine To ronlo Lawicncc team, 13 lo 11. The tkalli nrcurreJ of B. W. I'ylcc Toronto, a well-known Iraycller lor .Magor, Son and tomvany. L. A. H. ROQSA FURNITURE TRANSFER Trunks and Other Day ard Night Service Phone 1E69; Office 922 2nd Ave. 8. -181-26 slating liiat all ,lr7angements (wa, or ,VOrk in the province for completed lor an evening game and no wnntcd change would he made. Certainly Hie Vcls' learn of UlhbriilBe gave Ihe i'llllhnpi cluh a very cord'nl reception afler ihe K.nrc. bin Iho. opportimliy for auch BiillicTiug -was not afforded Ihe MMlhursl cinl) al Calcary. as llic LctlibriilKC leam uiled out of loivn inv mcillalcly niter llic came ended. Again. Iho learn ;il Calgary-, and wcrn niJst .ipnrccla- '.vo o( the rcieplion accorded llicm lie groiiiuU lien-, and dill nol licai- ato al citro.Bing tliolr appreciation. All things coniildcred by. Hiosu In Iiosscsaion ot Ihi! acllial tacls will only convince Iliun llial citlicr lirldge a swelled hcall r.Cfia the iibllilj of their packed soccer team. H: tlsfc ;i sore liejtd al fallln_g lo dtfc.ii ilillliarst adcr having a Hie udlla In tiicir favor. BATES 5KSTJPLES TIRE SERVICE CO. 2nd Oppoiltc Fire Hall Auto Top Depot t: you ncctl your Auto Top Tr.covcrcfl or repaired, and. up- liolslcriug done, conio 'and aso THE LETHBRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Mil filrecl Neil to Herald, Offlce. G. T. BLUNT, PROP. GRAND GARAGE CARDSTON THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Just Opened on Main Sired TOURISTS' INFORMATION .BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR, LEAGUE I'lcnly Of Iloorn, Modern Conveniences, C6iiH6ou9 freslmcnl, Expert .Mechanics. A Full Line of Accessories, LADIES' REST ROOM Auto Livery (c- the Waterlon and Glacier Parks Alwayi Al Vour GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Men Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Avr., opp. Lclhbrldgt Hotfl PKoni 15M K-W. Service Station Scrvlco Station (or Ihe famous K-W Macnelos. -Full stock ot parts carried. Maiselos of all makes repaired. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. SIB 4lh Avenue South PHONE 739 ;