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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE L-ETHBRIOGK DAIMt HKRrVUJ MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1910 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Man us ON YOUR WAf HOME TONIGHT-I WAST -lOO TO CALL AT THIi AODS ANS ttWa MS, Etj0p HOME WlTH-W CONDITION TONI4HT Ati i WAMT TO FOR. XCXJR. LIVERY Wo All Hoipltal ClKl. Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special natta ou Country Trips SPENCE BROS. Lelhbridae, Alia. The Sport I- r. Calgary. Aus. lo. 19J9. Sporlius Eflilor, Hfetald; J Dear Sir: Understanding the Import- ance uf golliDf Ihe. silpporl of Ihe newspapers, and especially letting them know1 facts J am tak- ing thJG liberty 'ot writing IDU wilh the.hope that roil will see (it to pass ILe word along and help out la what f'l think is a neediul cause. To begin wrtli. I president ot the .Calgary Junior jiaseuall LrcagAie J have piloted our league through this1 io the best ol my ability lhal we have had a pretty [Air season.-I hate fead considerable experience 'Dandling Junior sporU can this year 'has been .Kg exception to (he rule, namely, that branches ot our-sports ;Fet all.klndE of gewd advice and proiu- ot the organ- hut later they arc TiihVflys lcfiTlo drifl and'carry on Ior Vor lhat" reason I sluck IhJs year and am hoping through yoiir hclpj tP start somethlne thiii Tiein to cntour- age.lho boye, end .specially to make the gro-srii ups grealcr intcrcai Jn IJift now on. s Wjt''6uBficstion is corerej by Iho anxloua.lo arrange for a.play- --.olf-fa? Its "Junior Provincial Base- is the part yoii la thbrougtily understand if .a Provincial CTnampionsiiip is'claimed this fall, every year Ironi now on, the Juniors jrill have sonicthiiiE .to figure on. same dilferent towns add rriprc apt to fall in line and dcVeTope and roster the Junior rXhave figured it out that by placing fho .Matter before the "sport" writers ihat.lhey could get ibis matter before the. proper--parlies and at the'same ,liiae_-help encourage this movemsnt tliroagt the papers. I --I think yqn trill agree vrith me when 1 say-.liat. It really does not matter 2 cumber of lentus enter this ouly a lew. We ii is late in the season to start this, but as i past lias iausht us. In con- aectlori with the younger generation, that IE is eltvoy? a case of good lu- teat ion s and no action. 1 2iu ansioua this year to-bare'a Provincial Cham- pionship team, no matter what place lets AVoutd you he la favor of helping DIB Jut by placlns this init'er before Ihc proper parties iu your i ID case no team could be seat this i-ear to compete, and the same hap- pened In (he other places to whom am vrrltlng. would you be in (avdr if the winners of the Calgary chani- plonahip ckiimiDg the Provincial championship? Remember ire, will do CTerylbing In our pa we? pull off the competition', and as I before, It ia only a mat- ter of getting this started. Might say that 1 have had the promise of a set ol medals for tho competition. I have also the assurance of backing for tfic greater part or the eipenies, from .different financial 'lohE, and while TVB could not all the expenses, this matter ___he dealt with irtcri hearing-from. the different applicants. .The rule's'will, be: 20 years and Under (dating from May Xo play- er tojiare competed in senior games, EJrery player'-riliut have an amateur card. f I iviH .pleased nny let- directed lo the address given be- low. also give all inlorraatibn possible as lo time, place, etc., any Thanking you in.aiKaiicr, I ani( -i Yours-Terr truly, President Calkary Junior Baseball League. J.C. Uordou, co General Supplies, Limited, Calgarj', Alberta. v >i o o> a v RICH RHYMES LAD Calgary hasn't played -a game of icroBso this summer. Lethbridge has played several games Deluding an -inlr-r-clly series with Medicine Hat which ended in a tie at all. Edmonlou has had a city league aud hns been playing talrly fast lacrosse.! on I [earn may come south and play Leth- brfdge Rnd Medicine Hat- In view ot Ihe fact that Ihe gams t-.ai been revived In Kdmonlon, Lcth- L'lldge nnd .Medicine IJal il Is refresh Ing tlese cool days to read the fol- lowing cool Hog-Town proposition in the .Calgary Alhertaii: "Interest in lacrosse in Calgary has >cn revived by the receipt .of following telegram from Hoss Bow- whlch Is as fol- IT IS TO LAUGH Thorpe in National But Suffered Hading Sluniii Rettntlv lii The Major Leagues NATIONAL ClilGAGO. 111.. Aug. ll.-Tbe battle between the two Sisler of SL Louis anil Cobh of pre- mier honors among American league bdllers. resulted In the latter taking lirsl place from bis rival with an av- erage or .365, according to unofficial -H averages released today. S'.tler Is 10 York CCMcago j Brooklyn 1'ittsburg Uoslon Luuis Philadelphia Won. 71 62 ai 50 1.03t. CO CO AMERICAN G-.VI I Detroit .i40 I Cleveland St. Louis -47t New York Boston Washington .3SS .351 EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guiranleid A Written Guarantee tor Vear and a Half New Dil- lerloa. J. D. THOMPSON PhoneloeS 'Jtt Srd.Ave.' S. It is on Ihe cards liiai an Edmonton I points hehlnd. Bobby Veach. also ot the Detroit team, is hilling at a .30t man, o; Winnipeg, lows SATURDAY GAMES Beat Cubs NEW yOHK. Aue. York (ielealei Chicago 5 to t In the tlrsl ;ame of ttic series today. Tho QlanD out Vaughn1 in six andtng on liitu [or includiug tbrco doubles. Neb! won his first game as a GianL lowevor, lie weakened in the seventh PhlladclpUla SATURDAY GAMES Ruth Up ID Old Tricks CHICAGO, Aus. delctU- ed tioalon today In Ihc flnnl of the series, 7 to C, clinching the fiaruc In the tilitUi Inning on a soueczc play. MailBEd- usoil three pitchers lo turn Ibo trick. Bain Jones went tho entire ronlo tar Use YlBlloru. Hutlv clouted llio ball over the rlglil RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retrrad Done By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKSN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanlzinj Works 712 Thirci 4vRnue .PHONE 16M "Jack Miller, city lacrosse- tournament herp. August 30 aud' September. 30'. Victor, ia and Toronto teams coming. Games will be lor championship ol .Canada. Can Calgary or Alberta champions Intend lo reorganize lacVossp ssoc-iatlon during lOumaiueui, rc-iily Friday if possible. (Std.) ROSS .BOWMAN: "Jack Immediately toV full particulars, of Ihe tournament auil. definite- word should be rcceivc'ij io-1 (lay. In Ihe meantime Cn7gary L. A. H. ROOSA FURNITURE TRANSFER Trunks and Other Baggage Day and Night Service 1869; Office 922 2nd Ave, S. 'J. IB1-2G FISHING ivlien' it comes to fiahtug, I've fished some, once or twice, and 1 know the public its wrsbing Cpr some good, sound adrlcc. At first you know you're going, so gat a good strong llne'th'at stand? the snags and throwing and lands Ibe big ones fine. Get. hooks of. a so yoa won't lo. borrow and' .violate property when yoo'set itonlorrow. A barnboo pole 13 proper; be styllah if you. Some people tell a -whop per .when they've teen lo fish. Then 'get an; empty "baccy" can in which to put, your hopper, and call for Jack and .Mary Ann to come and lielfi you atop'er. Scare up.tbe wily insect thai you hope to ensnare. With both hands on your prospect, you look, but he's noi there. At last you're good .and'. ready with minnows and ?ritk 'hoppers. Jack. Mary A'nn and Teddy will help to kill the -whoppers. And Ihell 'you fish and fish !and Ilah, wiih Jack and Mary prancing. At night go homeward Tvllh' the wish you'd spool your cash dancing. O. RICH. Quebec protlnc'e Is (6 have strong- er beer. The people's vote for beer and wine on April 10 "was followed -by such a widespread outburst" uf opin- ion In tarcr'ol stronger ale that there Is every Indication of the change be- ing favorably considered by the leg. islilure this fall, boys arc preparing for Iho Irlp'lo Win- nipeg, and at a largely, attended meat- Ins held over Xolb's cale, lasl nignl, i: wits decided to hold the first vbrli- oul on. Jloailaj- and Iho plllyers ire requested lo turn out: fiill Marshall; Harry Heynolds. J. Gufllss. Tin Gurlisi; O: Curl i'ss, .nan. Jfctcod; Bill Miller, Donlop, Helh- trington, -Maslell. Wosl. M'athcson, Ad- ams." Coronet'. McPhee, 'MlckV MaS-' Kay, Art Lowes, JOG Orabam, Charlie Carrj-'and 'any other- lacrosse players who mlghj. have teen over- looked. "Arnold Wark has nrrangcd the use of the shower balhs at Ihc ftrmpries and with" Ihe aid oC Dune. HcMlllan and Jlr. elfdrl made lo put in pink' or condlllon Tor the .Winnipeg Vill be held al Kolba, Monday at 8.3y, ant! those intsreslcd in'lscrosso are ro- lo attend. Great Mystery is Solved as We Managers Right Name Tife Seryifce Go. Are. Oppose Hill Anybody ktioiv Leo IjcKerman? Anybody 'ever lieard of him? Thai's jlunny. lie's one br the- most'. talked jot men. nclt lo Jack Uempsey, in the world of sport. It'g been fr o[ I Michigan secrel up lo nbw, but Here iit Is. Thn cat's out of the bag. Leo McKt-rman Is "Jack" Kcarhs' righl iilmc-. says Igoc In- Ihe New Yorlt Dempser'.i manager has been using an old rivaling mnnlcl-.cr for many years. This Is Iho low down; and Phil Knauir, of IlouEhlon. Mich., Proprietor of Ihc Hotel KnUnr ot rnat clljr and president ot tlio Copper Country RasVball league. Js sponsor for Ihc ftoij- ut real Mcnllly' Knauf ought lo Itnou', tor he' Is Dncle ol Dcmnsey'a manager, lie KaJ a renWoolIng Intcrcsi In the Denip- scy-WlllarJ houl. for If Deniney _ could -win II meant Knaut had made higtily tucccfsrm manager- wit of ja nicdlodre 13 !-eo -eo nccordlug lo Knd'ir, born. in Dakota ahuBl tlilrly.tifc years ftgb, hul waj rw.red in hoatlle, and while there, In I'jti, besamo (a- tcroatcit-ln boilng. He became a lighter and (ought In Seattle, Uolne C.'tr, Dalle and I-eo McKtir- man was not doing so nicely, thank you. when ho was found bj "Ijnclo Thll." fighting under Iho nnmc n( "Jack Kearni.'' He loM his li.iclc Ibat be writ iMng Itiii lu Ihc fact thai ho a boxer from his. widowed molhor. "Undo I'hir. gol >n oycful. ot.iico clip. Sisler retained bis lead in tola! basej ivilh a mark ol 1S6 bases. Johnston. Cleveland, caught up lo this St.- Louis star In stolen bases. Each has stolen SI bases. "Babe" Kuth, the Boston slugger, has Tailed in his five games to add lo his string of 16 home runs, which leaves Mm. at the top of the cireiiil drive hlttcri. Other Aemrican Iczsue batters lor 35 or more games: Pecklnpaugh, .313: Jackson. Clilcigo. 331; Hassled, Detriot. .320: Hellman, Barnes finished the game. Kir EL Daseuinn UliasQ of iho QiaiiLs was out of iftc game ivilli utt Injured wr si aiid Catcher Gcninles, pluyed in position. Chicago 4 S blcnchcrs In tho [ilili Innings Ior Ihc longest liomc run ever mudo iti the Atucrlfan Icaguo OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR AND TUBE REPAIRS 7 J3 Jones ana Sclitins. I-ow-dcrmilk, Meyer. Paljcr und Schalh. Klnricy Gels Ih; Fever ST. LOUIS. Alls. Kfansy hotted and pitched I'hllartelpliln li) a victory over Ixiuis. Iwo men on biisc n the second Kiniicy iiil Ihc ball over tna right pavilion lor a honjc run and in Ihc slxlh his double scored. another run. Philadelphia 7 D 1 St. Louis t S 4 Batteries: Kinney antl McAvoy; K6oh, Davciiport, anil SCVQ. rcid. tloers Win Avf. Ddtroit took ortil gHine oC- the scries Irom YorK.. Altlioneii' Ihu TifiCrSL 'vci a .ont-hll Aycfs Kept Iho' vlsllorajjblows. well. scallercilt.VliUo his Lunjt--l cd hits: New Turk '5 Detroit 7 1 Butteries: and Il.ucl; Avers and A'iitsmllh. SUNDAY GAMES NOH- York.. 0 12-0 Clei-elanil 1. Mosrldee alH Haimoli: CoTDlcsklt, Morton, Paclh and O'Neill. Fllllad61phla i t 5 Vaughn. Carter and Kil-Ufcr- Npbf, Darncs ulid Sityuer. "Ckulcli" Rcuther Shirts Aug. brilliant ball for Cincinnati. Lodav aud, liackcil by perfect support, shut out Urooklrii, 3 to 0. Fiercer kept the Ilctts' hits scattered except In Uic third nni] sixth inn in go. In the third Kath's scratch hit, Daubcrc's Uiplo and Gro single scored hvo rung (or llic Jtocls. Kqpf' got Hie third run Id Hie on his doublo and Magcc's sin-glo, 7.. Wheat got cishL Hies, in left. Cincinnati 3 11 0 Brooklyn 0 i; 2 DaitfeVics: llculhcf and TVlllBO'. Prclfcr, .Vlltchcll and M: Wfioal. Double Win for .Carrfs .HOSTOX. Aug. SL J.ouls look both sanies lortay from Boston, the first to 2, wiicn SI. Louis bunched hits, otf Keating, Vi-as suppOr-tcd and Uic second, game 4 to I, vrlLh Scliujip having ihc better CortVinc In iHe pinches than Oeschpcr, who started his first fiarae Tor DosLoli. First SL.Louia S" 82 Boston' 2 S -i Boston: Shnrclcll and Dilhocfcr; Keitrns and Wilson. Second game St. Lmiis 4 5 J Duslon 1 7 1 Schnpp anil Clcnione; Qcschcor and Rixey Dors .Comeback PHlLApKLPJIIA, AUK- Pllta-burg knocked Riscy out oC the hot won the tirsl game of IfldaVB doublchcaclcr. G to 4. .but HID big suullipdiv raroe baclr" In ihc Philndclplifa, Ijiujcriis and Crava'Ji hit bolno runs in the (irat game. First game JMllsburg 'G If) .1 1'hllafielphla 4 fJ 1 Batteries: Milter and lite; Itixcy, Murray and Adams, Second PitLshurg 0 9 2 PhlliWdphla I S 0 flatteries: Parrtc and Vulcanizing Opposite Elllidn Mill! Rice .Washington, .3J2; Gandil, K 312; Ilulh, Boston, 312. In -the National league Jim. .Thorpe, lllo Indian 'of Uoston. suffered a halting jSlunip but retained his hold on first place (vltfi an average of Cravath. manager, is pressing thorpe fof'lirsl place iviUi :35I. Cravath anil Kn'uff ol New York remained lied for, circuit drive honors with n.'nc homers coutinu-. ing lo leail in total bases with 1G1-Groll. Cincinnati, has taken the lead as a run seller, having registered 39 limes. Culshaw, added (our VOUR THE RADI_ATOfl: MAN Firth .8.' en bases to his string1. and 35 showing way to Ihe base Btealcrs .with 23 thefts. leading NaUdnal league biit-.ters of 35 or more games: Cincinnati. .324; McHenry, BU .323; Wheat, Brooklyn, .311; Myers, Brooklyn, .314; Doylc.-Non York; .313; Wlngo. Cincinnati. .3121 Hornsby, St. Louis, .305; Williams, I'Kilaclclpliia, .307; Holke, Uoslon, .307; Kautf, New. York, .307; Mechanical Garage Used cars .bought and sold. General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd Rolltr Rink. Pbow 1190 and Lowdcrmllk and 1 -16 2 Detroit 2 -i. 0 JoliriSon onfl Agnow; LdoilarJ and Ainsmlth. noston 2 7- 0 3L Louis 1 1 Uuth unit Sctinng; Sothcron _ and Sevcrclil. Second game Honlon' 15 SL Louis 1 Pennock and Schanc; Sliockcr, 'hilO n action and lo uac all the knowledge lie had eletuU'il from Ihe ring in n'.lolirrg ihc- 'destinies ol some other .nan who wanlcd lo be a flghlcr. "Kesi-ns" look Ihe tin and finally succeeded' in making Jack his- mother lo lloughlbn, about five years ago lie a (ionic rot her In Oakland, w'hcre she still Top Depot K yon need your 'Aulo Top rr.-colcrcJ or repaired, and up-liolslerlne done, come and set THE LETHBRIDQC AUTO TOP DEPOT, Oth SlrtBt Ncit lo Ilorald 0. T. BiVNT, PROP. SUHpXY. GAMES Dallimnro' ivV.'j 12 0 inochcslcr 2 1 Ilutfnlo JE._'.' Jersey 6 3 lllnghnmritbil :5 3 Mnirark .i '1 5 Toronlo-ncaJlng. iioslVficd, rain, DJJuulHI Night Service McLaughlin Garage 11th Street South for (he. convenience and hat ter service lor our' .customers, we are prepared to .lake on ail-dlUonnl work al nlglils. Cars washed aDd pollBhtrl. waxed or slmontteil at reasonable tales (wfjrk done by 01J Country carriage Truck.i waslied, oiled and" greased. Cars and oiled, 'fire repairs, clc. Emergency calls promptly at-" tended to. Cars dorcrl lu o'lr. (Iflrago are well looked nflcr. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, Ltd. Arthur Barnsley Steve Lawicn Manager Night, and Tragrc.sson SUNDAY CANADA bolii gairiea poneu, wet grounds. Mooce Jaw G 0 3 Q Brooklyn 3 10 0 Slice. Ltiquc and Ilaridcn; Emilli and SHIIsr. YcrK. postponed; ivct (Oflly Iwo ganic.i MOTOR CARS were. Illed (or a Cunan stcamshln uulldlne at 35 Oroailwny, .Vciv VorV.lo cost GRAND GARAGE TRACTORS WELDING Allen feck Co., Ltd. 2nd Avn., epp. Lithbrldit Holt) 1644 HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Juit Opaned on Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR- LEAGUE rienly ot llooai, .lloJern Cohvenltn'css, Eiricrl Mechanics. A Full Line of Service Station Edtlon for famoui K-W MRrnsloj. Full stock ot parts carrlsd, ill makes. repaired. MAGNETS BECHAhOEO The Roy Electric Co, til! 4lh Avenut (Mth PHONE nt LADIES' REST ROOM Aulo Livery Woterlan anj -Olieiir. PmUi Alwjyi At .Your WE ARE NOT Ity THF-LIVERY ;