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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta S31 sa CHR LETHnRIDGE DAIM HERAUJ AUGUST 15, Idl'.l If UP FATHER" fe v. m-- 1 By G. Me Man us -TUMI! LIVERY We Meet All Trains. Hoipltil Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special on Country Trtys SPENCE BROS. Lethbrltfge, Alta- Sport Page Lethbridge Team For International League Is Said To Be Certain Will there be a professional ball team in Lethbridge next year? That's a uig order, but it'a quite within the range of possibilities nevertheless- a mallsr of fad Lelhbridge is looVed on as a sure bet Tn the proDOsed internatTonal league ot and cities In which Spokane. Butte, Great Falls, Lethbridge, Calgary, and cdmonton ars to be the cities tranchists. Nick Williams who formerly managed the Spokane Indians and who has been playing with Earpns this Herb Hester of Great Falls, and a. few more moguls are busy now trying'to line up the league, and it is said that financial backing for a team In'L'ethbndge has already been assured. The Monlana-Washingfan enii of the league looks (ike "a sure go. Wllh Deacon White back in Edmonton 'it-looks pretty fair in th- capital city and, there Isn't much doubt Uiat Calgary will come through, Sunday batl In the U- S. cities of the proposed league makes it look- to be a much better preposition than an all Csnadfan league. Anyway their will be a lot'ot fanning in the hot-sieve league shout il the coming winter. Nick Williams Is preparing lo take a team from the Southern Alberta league to Spckaht to play -the city league champions there a series soon. This is "by way of promoting interest in 'the 'international ctrcuit- BASEBALL CHALLENGE Tho Associated Commercial Travellers .of Calgary are hold log a big picnic in ihaL. city OH Aug. 30. They have issued a challenge Lo local knights ol ihe grip ID seiicl a baseball learn rcpres'encing tho travel- lers of this city to the'picnic to play for the Travellers championship. The local trav- ellers mar gel in touch the Calgary team by writ- ing K. Fl. Cameron, Duulop Tire aud Rubber Goods Co., Calgary. The Truth Even K It Hurts JOHNSON'S FACTION OVERRULED N'F.W YOItK Aug.' iSF.w YOltK, Aug. members board o I dircc-, tors-6trUic'Acicricaii "league, rpnsLHulJiifc f. majority ol ihD v- board, "Ordenfd Pilcncr Carl v .Mays retaliated at a special- v. nieeling here today, itius nuHi- tn'Jigr.thp action pf President Johnson In suspending him.- I Thu "Fragments" lineup for (lie game wilh Ihe Callies on Friday nlghi al ball "kicked At Dunlop, Tennant, Anderson, Uunlop. Travis, Shaw, Knos. _, Allaii, Robertson, Litiniiig', Thompsau. Reserves, Hogg1, i Harny. .Tbe learn will strip at Ihe ;Vball park ill is r game, owing Ly Ihc early all players .arfc request- ed to bc.orV tim.c. Tile JC'arifcs lineup: Charles. Doug- Jay, Easlou. Col- ciuliouD, Knight, Invin, Jlc- Ilycna, .McFarlane, Breeze, Campbell. TliOie are 'really HI Ihe know regarding the recent Calg'.iry-LeiU- soccer series bclwci'ii (he local Veterans and [Jlllhurst are. lo nay Ibe least, surprised Lbal a paper like llio C'algao' Herald shpuM swallow Ihe Jopa turned In by hard-working" Secretary Dull rum o( ihe Calgary league. To say tlio. latter Is a pre- varicator would bo putting It very mild. laugh at (lie excuses put forward by Baltruni Tor various defeats, but fail to see where (he game benefli br tbe false- hoods wriiicn by thai individual. He took particular pains la Impress upon the Leihbrlrtgc visitors tbm "he all the football lor (lie so we may be pardoned for imputing Iho screech in Wednesday's Calgary Her- ald lo him. He knows well thai the dales were fixed by (he mutual con- sent of Proa. Shell'y iad SecreUry I'alterson, and lhat liere were no per- sistcnl solicilalious on the part of Leihbrtdge officials (or thOEC dales- BuL thai is just a mild one and we will lei it pass. After a night's jour- ney the local team arrived In Calgary at 7 a.m. and, finding ttetr arrival was ignored by, the "hard-porting sec-, gol hfm out or bed to decido Vork irooklyn Bo.-ton St. Louis whether the learn should li said ;XVcaI Men Whc Wen! up io Ed- monton AVell Satisfied With.Showing... (From Ortr "Own Ccrreyrwndenn COLEMAN, Aug. Michel f oof ball'learn Journeyed down to Cole- in an on Wednesday, evening and the "local teapij Play was very oven Ihroyghout game, but the first halt I .t'ndcd 'with Colemaa leading 1'lo 0, During Ihc second half some nice foot- f, ball displayed despite a wet ball, j Cole man Anally slipped another f -one. between Ihe i-osb, Ihe game, ecrt- ing with Ihe hnrae team leading __ tu iiw The; eatnes; iroT.- stand cine all and! ue OVCT a. month ago, consequently the lino teams will -settle the argu- ?i'y juicbl-duriiig the big celetralion here On Saturday peit the local team will play.Bellerue at Belle- (Contrihuted.) The Amateur AQjletic track and fieldT meet feeld in ..Edmonton last-! Ausust' lltb, brought to-; gather some ol the beat, athletes a; j present in Canada. By far the most' prominent competitor was Roy Hali- bartan, Edmonloar who recently re- Icinied from orerseas, nh'ere. since 1915, he has. competed successfully'In many army meels. lie was on Canadian learn representing Canada I in Ihc inlcr-ailled mccl In Paris, a Id-j By a score of-one goal (o nil. .Vorth Lethbridge at last pot even with St. North Lcihbridgc Winners in a Iliilhcr Listless Good Crp.wd Night Service McLaughlin Garage Mth Street South For the convenience liet (or. our wo are prepared to late on ad- ditional vork al Cara washed and polisbe'l, waicd or filmonlzed at reason- able rates (work done by OU Country carriage washcO, oiled aud frcaaed. Garft'ereaaeJ 'and oiled. Tire repairs, Emergencr calls promptly al- 'Cera sfpre'd In our Garage are well looked after. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, Ltd. Artirar Sitvi Livncn Might Forwrian %VE ARE NOT IN THE LIVERV. BUSINEM In the pink 01 conditioD and as a result lowered two records and equalled another on Monday. He ran Ihe hundred yard dash in 10 seconds tlal, and .the 220 in 22 seconds, fu both of these races Dr. Dunsworth, an ex-local roan, ran a good second, Gln'an another Edmonton man, third, llali'jurtan also lowered previous 446 record by 2-S o! a second, running it In 53 2-.1! seconds. In this race, although Denallzed four yards, he bolt the second man, Haighl, very nearly 50 yeards. Xo records were broken in the dis- tance events, but keen competition made them Interesting lo -watcli. The jnnips were keenlr contested also. Haliburtan winning-the broad jurnp. and the hop, step, and iump, with Ilr. Crlhkcr and t.con Duhsvrortn, local m-n, second. Dr. Briekcr holds Ihe Alberta pole vault record. [very easily won that event, vaulting. 110 II 2 In. Ills record in Ihis province is II ft 3 in. The high Jump was won I by I. Croiler. ot the Edmonton "Y" I team. Yancy second, and Jrwln of St. George's United, and put Ihcmjput or the Rcolt Cnp compctitloh.'- the same was played'at Eckstbrm 'park last, nighl betore a gooil The first half was.tamo, nothing ex- citing occiirrins. For a considerable time play wss njljfield, neilher sine Ealning any nrtvanlage, until Xorth Lcdibrrdge put ftn pressure, Tcnnant shooting. Parsons made several good saves, one shot from-Tennant drop- ping Just under the bar. Each side took a turn In the attack, Hir.uks anil Clayton lo'ing shots for the S.linlJ, but nothing resulted, half lime arrlv Ing .with no scc-Ye. In Ilie accond bait !hc play livened up consiilerably. North Ixjlntirhlgc In a strong altark made "things look dangerous for the Saints, bnl'lhe good defence work of .Pardons and Holborlon kept tlielr seal.clear, until Wallia mis-kicking, Ir.L. i'p. N. Gurr, who Mt his ride ahead with (he only goal of the game. St: George's tried lo. even up, Coffey and Claylo.n putting in good shols. (iurr almoit In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Won. os til 51 47 4S 37 35 35 I.Oil. 55 57 5S AMERICAN Chicago notroll 151 I ClevclailJ York Lbuls Boston 'Philadelphia -St 52 4C 40 .014 .575 .570 .215 fiVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A for i Year and a Hill wlili Keir leries. J- D. THOMPSON Phon; 1960 718 Ave. 3. made il I a 'shot that hil the post, and Wallls put ID two gocxl ones at the other nnd without result. Lclhorldgc, third. The weights cvenls wore contested North Lethbridge arc now In Ihc Jonly by Edmontonrmen mil somp, very final -incl will meet the w-i.'jners of to- good distances Vprc rande. InlEtil's game, (.'allies vs Veterans. A very unfortunate thing nrnirrcd, Ihn result ol some mlsundcrstainlinB. 1 OFFER FOR SO that the 1.. A. A. A. were rot In.! AIRPLANE COMPETITION formed that the meet was taking' '-O.VUO.V. Aus JJriliah place .so early. As a re.Milt nothing government will offer prizes arhsutit- n-as Ifnorrn of Its existence Mil three romrctl- Idaya bcforeHarld. The L. A. A. ,llon in ln rai', Ames and Dilhoefer; Smith and Tragcssor. Uoston-Pittsburg, rain. League Leaderr Trounced CHICAGO. Aug. defeat- j cd Chicago today. 15 to 6.. Boston ..............15 20 1 Chicago C 10 2 llusicl! and JleNelll; Cicolte, Kerr, Sullivan jnJ Schnlk. Clevsland Wins CLEVELAND. Aug. took the first game of llio scries from Washington loday, 4 to 3. Wasolnglon............ 3 7 21 Cleveland 4 C II Krickson and Ghnrruy, t'lcinkh; i Jasper, Uule anil O'.Veill. Poor Old Athletics ST. LOUIS. Aug. was ineffective today nnd St. Louis de- feated Philadelphia C lo 1.' Philadelphia........... I r 1 St. Louis............. G 10 I Navlorand I'erkins, JIcAvoy; GalUa aud Sevcrcld. Detroit LoVes Too DBTIIOIT. Aug. collei-llng two extra baso lilts, followiug a pass. .New York defeated Detroit today in the 15lh inning, 5 to 4. York............ 5 12 3 Detroit.............. IG 1 Mays, Mogrldge, and llucl; Bolnnil, Ayres and Alnsmtlb. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Gel your Retread Done By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKF-t-i BEADS OUR Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1S64 INTERNATIONAL js doing (laraagc to tlic cause of good sport by Ills overbearing officious- ness. The Herald was very sure .ot Ha ground before rushing Inlo print, and will cliallc'.icc llio H.W.S. to, slaio where In one parlictilar .11 made a mis statement. It was unnecessary lo print a (issue of lies, (o support :liic local officials' cast Ana the truth ot iis wliolc rlory can IJQ Touched for by GOTCral men wlio'havc the frnnio tat heart, and arc not in'it for their own aggrandisement. llaltllnorc Toronlo Huffalo Newark llingliampto Rochester City Won. 70 64 5S 12 r.ost. 37 43 51) CS 70 P.R. .551 .CIS .4SG .425 .372 .321 Reading...... ..35 _ 74 Rochester I. Baltimore 11; Blnehampton C; scc- oucl game.' Baltimore 6; Blngharopion 3- All others postponed, wd grounds. PACIHC COAST Vcrnon 4; Seattle 5. Salt Lake- 5; Los Angeles 1. Sacramento Francisco 2. Oakland 6; Fortlanrl 7. "WJlson ChiilDr'the 12-year-old son ol Mrs. Chute, widow, of Aylmcr, .was rtrowncil al 1'orl rjurwcll while bath fng. L. A. H. ROOSA FURNITURE TRANSFER Trunks and Baggage Day- and Night-Service Phone 1869; Office 922 2nd Ave. S. GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing Oppcslle Elllton Mlllj V -J 7-t-. HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before r.'; ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Fifth. St. 8. The Mechanical Garage Used.curs bought ont] sold." General Repairing Corner 4th Avenite. and 3rd SI. Coiy Roller Rink- Phone EASTERN HATS y CAPS EATESSSiTJREB Vi u TIRE SEflViCE CO. '2nd Aye., Oppoiitc Fire Hill GRAND GARAGE CARDSTON THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Just Opened on Main Street TOURISTS'-INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE Plenty of Hooni, Modern Conveniences, Courlcoua TreaLment, Eiperl Mcchnnks. A Full Line of Accessories LADIES'REST ROOM Aulo Livery 1o the Waterlon and Gfacltr P.irki Alwjyo At Your Auto Top Depot If you need your Auto Top ro-cojfercd or Tcpafrod, and up- liolstering done, corab nnil THE LETHSRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT 61h Street Neil to Herald Offlco. G, PROP. GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Avf.; opp. Lethbriifgt Kotll 15W K-V7. Service Station Sen-Ice Klnllou Ihe famous K-W Magnetoa. JV1I stock of parts carried. .MJkfielos of all makes rcfjalred. MAGNETS BUCHAROEO The Roy Electric Co. 518 4lh Avenue South PHONE ;