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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VIIBiLErVHRAIDGR HERALD i--' f: 1 VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G, McManus fe7-OAIKSHTE QIWVX POND-0? VV----v Wycliffe Ball Team Plays Here Monday iCOtVTINUED FROM VRONT PAGE) -Ninirods Hoping For Lois V Rain To Fill Up The Big Lakes On Monday evening next, base- bill fans wiU have an opportun- ity to see the famous WycMffe, B. C. lesrn In action on tht local diamond. The Wycliffe crew has been going strong all summer, and are 59 confident of iheir ability to win ball gamts that they have arranged a tour of Southern Al- berta. One cf the first games en the tour will be against ifee IDCJ! aggregation who are gelling out their psrsph-rnalia for the event. The local will have a strong crew on hurler will be either Noble, Knudson ar Juney. j The li-fd will be practically tKe same as administered an artistic I lacing to the Coaldale crew the j last lime thsy met. Sione, be j behind, the bsl (.and, altogether 1 the boys are out to win what will probably be the last game of the j season. j A big crowd of Tans is expccleiJ for game- It'is a long time j since a B, C. combination cavorl- j ed on the local diamond, and Leth- i bridge will be out to see in at the Igcali have the. best end of the J rooting at any rate. Just one week from and the duetts already qjack- ing! On Monday. Sept. 1st, Labor D.-y, lidVill be pried off the shooting season, and the one fall sporl thai appeals to -so many local fans will fae on. outlook (or good shooting -in this year is n'ot the .best The dry sumnntr 'drovt most of. ducks no lh for breeding and so many of the ilUli lakes are dry thai old shoot- ifi0 Qrounds have disappeared in many cases. However, every night .recently.' Ihc fcEtiv; duck hss been heard winging it over the city and there will be some fair shooting even front Ihe start. Little lakes made by the overflow from irrigation ditches will prob- ably be lh- favorite spot For th: nimrods who are hdping, however, that heavy rains during September '-will fill up the Jarger lakes ar.d coax some of the big fellows down above. Local dialers arc be- ginning to display their wares temptingly to the duck hunter, and the next we-k will be 2 busy time For the fellow who is outfitting for' the annual rang: at about the same figure as a year a'no, if there arc lots of ducks, no one ever thinks about the high cost of shooting, any- GOLF a niinule before he putted. buL the I strain was 100'great for him to do him- self Justice uod he fell shore of (he i hole by three teet. Oulmet followed immediately with a genlte lop of his ball which rolled leisurely to the lip cr held that he hail nu option nut to find the accused guilty in Mini the section in imesiioii does nol apply ex- clusively when the faille arc herded or driven there; ii sufficient tci constitute au infringement of Ihc regulations if- the owner ulloivs Ihem lo enter upon the Reserve. The court. .'li'j.vevcr. took Into consideration the facL ilml ilie accused nm number of cattle last winter, mid evi- dently did not liave sufficient land of iiis own to lake care of Hi cm, and Ihst perhaps the-ro was Ibis much excise jfor Ihe cattle getting uyou Ine 1ns l.un'.s within the llesers'O. Oa ether Line! it iras obviously uc LO IhoEt who ohtalned paM Tor permits (roci fbe DpparMaont of Iho-Interior Lo-have the grazing (o which INey.became cnlitled, spoil ed- by a trespasser. In view of the very heavy costs which followed the conviction, the Justice placed the fine at figure than he olherwlso wonltl, namely, The fine-'and costs oa this charge totalled 5S0.65'. Following his conviction under Sec- lion 2. Mr. N'elson was then charged with violation of Section 4S which (jroviJej ilisl anyf carcasses of ani inals on Ihe Reserve which are in the vicinity of any silpply or'body wal er must be removed or buried by ihe owner ID accordance wiih.lhe hislruc lions of the forest "officer. J PiTTSBURG. Pa., Aug. of the cup paused for a fraction of a'Smilli and Askcy, wilntsses on behal play In the third round of ihe ca- Second and ihcn dropped ont of sight, [of Ibc Forestry Branch, testified Lna lional amateur golf cliampionship at thtis terminator one ol the re- on Ihe 19th of June last in a vcr> __________ golf championship at ttitis terminator Oafemorit'CpunLry, Club was shot markatile matches in the history hard rain." fiolf. J. Wood Plait, "of the N'orlh Hillsj Xot all ihe glory of the Jay's Club of Piiiladelphfa. held Francis sees to mann-r in i "f animals which Ihey positively ulen. Ouimel even, (or Ihc tirsl IS holes.; "which Evans lopght :anjl Agreed the HMed_ as having belonged to accused ol olt short, distance along the waters c Creek within (lie Forest Jlc serve. I bey IIBC! counted eix careassts ;Thc medal scores of both ptaj-ors were high. Ouimet. U-S5. Platt, was 44-Si, [play >rj- is ihejaci.that. t but a, oronc'hole :hcre and The only feature of Quimel's one strcke 'si' ihe end or one of the at the siith and I3t n. j hardest matches played Ira an one being aciunlli in i.lhc water ol the stream antl all ivlihin one Tiun ilrcvl feel of the stream.' A few dny later Forest Supervisor H- M. Drown of notified Nelaon ihat must remove' or bury Ihes oul 35, 13. OUIMET BEATS "CHICK" The comeback or i Wood land ei- pert was all die more how- ever, from the fad' (hat he jvas lar from iaeing in perfect physical eondl- rm PITTSBUHG, Pa.. Aug. rO.-Franeis I lion. Ou-inet demonstrated that stjil suffering from the effects of ;hc is one ot ihe greatest golfers ever tonsilllis and unable Lo take heavy jdevolopcd ia ihiscountrj-, bTdtreaiiu? r.ourisiinicnl. tic played the entire jCharles Bvons, one up on the home Jiolea but. an otxaoional sip ot Davidson Herron had a amateur championshjp, Ouimel lin- i ing leart.of S holts on W. J. Thomp-1 ishcd with a totai bt 150 ;son of Toronlo. Herron shcl ihe Evaus. 151. while the nieilal win-ji-arcasscs --.vilhin ten days. On Lh I round of anj- of the players. He. was score on Monday was I5S. 5-'Hi o! July Askey -n-eni ove int. aarac grounrl anO found thc aarr.i carcasses lyliiB In'exactly the sann posilions in snile of the notice givci as above. Thc accusud, testiCyinE Q] his oivn behalf. admiU'ed receiving the notice, but claimcil' that he com plied Lliercwith wilhin.ihc lirac spec fied, and had actually removed tcu carcasses which he found along Lh waters of leaver Creak, to a dlslanc sufficient in hts opinion to avoid an contamination of Lhe n-ater. Th accented -Mr. Nelson's evldenc thai he had removed certain carcas sesr but aL the game llmo was oblige to hold that there were other cai casscs sLill left in a noeltlon whlc easily endangered- numal life as tcs titled hy thc wilnesscs for Lhc Crown nnil spoke very severely of Ihc lac ol care on Ihe parl Lrjf the lowing such n stale of i esisU Owine lo the doubt In his mln as lo irhclhcr Iho carcasses not movcil by Nelaon were sutticlcnl ifiefl In thc notice 'gc'nl, Ingpcclo Tucker from -iinpoalng Lh mum penally .as ihole of Lhc OaKmont Country club, in orauRC juice, and the effects of the jLnu second round of the annual ama- strain end heat began to show on the ,leur championship tournamenL. PLftV- linal nine holes, after Ouimcii had run J ing ihc game with thc same stroke as J out the first half ot Lhe' afternoon play jthal which gave him international j wuu the -remarkable score of all fame m 19H, when tie won Ihe open but the ninth being played in.par or e n 1 championship from Rav and Vardon, tinder. Even wi most famous professionals, ho finished with the Woodland club representative play- Ing from Auburndalc. Mass., fouRhl ith a six on the ninth h a score three below par for the ninlli liolrn The pliycrs made bill few m.lslakc3 trough Iho entire Ony against. ihc Hit raornins play -skill and stamina of lUc Kvans missed three' putts club star of Chicago anil cvenhially J ]1C oould have fairly expected lo achieved viclory rriih a marvelous .hole, he sank Ihreu long ones to luako pilch Irom pit to hyme green and a.ipp. He only used 31 putts during Lot (oar-foot puL, which required pertecv i morning round, five Icsa llinn-nn avtr- nerve" control In Hie crucla! moment [ape ol two pulls to a "green, 'in'Hie of thc cnlire ?.f> holoa of play. attcnioon lib used 31 pulls. Oulmet His defeat cf (he holdover aniAlcur 32 pllUs (lic n-.orninE AM In the First CLEVELAND. Aug. to ake a hit after Ihe flrsl innlug. when bey scored nil of efeated Cleveland In (he second game f lha aeries loiay, lo 3. U. II. E. Joston 4 5 0 'leveland............ ,1 6 1 PennocJr, and wr, Slyc'rs and O'Neill. Dutch Was Effective DETROIT, "Aos- hits In he first imiiiiff anti the efTercive pitch- ng of Leonard won for Detroit today ram Philadelphia. R. H. B 'bJladelphia......... 0 G 1 Detroit..............' 2 S 0 Xaylor and Pcrkirja; Leonard and insnilHi. League Leaders Again CHICAGO, Aurf. ptlching ty anj Gill coupled with poor made it easy for Chicago, oday. H. II., E. Washington.......... 4 10 C Chicago 11 12 0 feachary. Gil? and Agucw; Williams and Schalk, Lynn. Divide a Double Header ST. LOUIS, Aug. two- gger In tlie I4th inning of Die sec- ond fame, scored Ibc run that decided n SL Louis' favor. 2 to 1. after a long pitching duel. II gave the locals an eren break In MID two hard fought games wilh New York, the. Yankees lnninK he rsl fiffarae, 3 to 2. Frst R. 11. B ew York 3 9 1 SL IXHU 2 C 1 Tliormalilen and IluoJ; Shocker iiniJ ievercid. Second game H. E. Xcw York 1 7 3. Louis............. 2.11 2 (14 innings) and Hannah; Ituel, Solh- eron and Scvcrcid, Mayer. Lctfiblrdsc and Medicine .Hat fire arranging home and home games to decide tlit tie in the jacroste honors of the south. At a meeting of the local club last nigh I ii WAS decided to write the Hatters Ihst Lelhbridge would visit Iheir eily en Labor Day pro- vided a relurn game was played h'ere on Seplerr.bsr 10th. Total goals on the round wm count for 'the southern championship, Fol- r jo Wing the play-off of Ihe ing tie, the winners of the south will play the winners of the pro- posed Calgary-Edmpntcn for the, honor of repressnting Albtrla in the championship series lo be played In Winnipeg next month, oELLEVUE JUNIORS and open champion of 131 B. came only j tht; AI hole sifter'Hole tin sfter hours of .golfing compclftlon drown long Dalls down ihi was -he closest and most hril-1 rairwav ana put their Irons on tlv ever wHnessed in a similar Qulmci played Ihe belter of lar lournament. All even aL Lhb end 113 tceg holca atld Kvans IT. They were of ihc forenoon, 18 holes, the eastern, j aH CVCT) wncn lo approaches, arid western rivals renewed their golf- each liearer thc Cup 1.3 limes. 'ing during the afternoon and for tomd himself In 11 short ntnod H appeared as though Oui- J Ouimel placed his hall in eight met was (o quickly ctncti the conlcsl! ___________________ but he weakened, at the end of the (lilnl.and ninth holes ami Evans ra; SASKATOON AMD 1PEG quick to lake advantage of the oppor-1 TO PLAY OFF IN W.C.L. and'after heffig tfiree down at one' UIRO. succeeded if aquartrg the W1NN1PEO, Aug. "Sasha- jmatcli at ihe 31th green. toon Quakers cinched the second half j The next was halved in threes. The) of thc Western Canada Baseball gallery, one of ihe Jargfrst that erer j league today when the Iteglrm Stna- ivllneseed a -.mid-week watch In this tore dropped a game lo tKe. Maroons country, was absolutely silent, nol- withatandlnK the liilensc strain of ihc conlesl 33 ihc pair terd up for hom'p play. Kvaiis drovt firsl anfl Ouimel here, ivhJIc ihc Draudlgr.n hunch were beallng the. HoVnns. The Quakers will play off wilh Ihe Maroona for the champion- Our O.wn CorrBJiCionde BBLLEVUK, Aug. a num- the Bellevue sporta went lo Bfalnnore to ece Ihe baseball tourna- menl on Wednesday, The Bellevuo junior football Itam juniors on Thursday to of 3 lo -J. U wr.3 a good fuue all Ihroaph. Itolh reaching far down Iho of Ihe league, and a wine game fairway with long shots.1 Oulmci'h nas bcfin suggCBlcd with best srcond Innrlcd in h deeppil to the out of nine (n decide Ihe Issue. of the while Evana' was Just on l The official aLan'IlnK, Including to- Lhe edge of Lhn rough, some 40 feel day's gamt .from (he pit. When Qulmct slopped (down InLo the pit he waa out of sight Saakatoon of a large part ol the spectators ur.'l Hcgina as W. b. I'ct. 2S IS a great shout of applause sprang from Moose Jaw Lhd gallery when he pitched the ball Winnipeg IS 32 Irom a cloud of sanl to within four ,301 feet of the flag. Kvans' raaahie shot waa a I rifle Elrong arid the hall rolled fully I'j feet past the cup. Tho double title holder sighted llic lay o[ the green for almo.il B TIRE SERVICE COMPANY SECOND AVENUE OPPOSlfi- HALL COLEMAN S, BELLEVU6 1 fnir ON-n Helle- vuc foolhall Icaw iveol to Colcman on afternoon find came hoijie 9 bcattn for C'oleman put t It over them by Hie score of 5 lo 1. They Inlend lo filay the game teller next time. 'Nougb. Bald! VETS FOOTBALL NOTICE of Ihe Vets' football learn arc requeued lo be at Ibo clubrooms at S o'clock lonlsht for Lratnlng: ljunlop, Tcnuanl. Audcr- 'Slr'ow, tlolierl- Llnnlng, Knox, Allan and l.ln- nlnf. Night Service McLaughlin Garage Illh Street For ihc convenience and but- ler service for our cuBlomcrB, we arc prepared lo Lnko OD dltiona) work al nig hie, Cars washed autl polished, waxed or f-lnionJzed al reason- able rales (work done by OlJ Country carriage Trucks washed, oiled and greased. Cars grea-cil atid oiled. Tire repairs, etc, tails promptly al- tended (o. Cars Pttirpil in our Garage are well looked after LEIH8RIDGE MOTORS; Ltd. Arlhur Manager Steve Latvian NlgM Foreman WE ARE LIVERV In The Major Leagues AMERICAN Jeiroit Icvelaud Louis..... York osfoii....... Yashiugtou nlaclelplisi GO 57 50 49 3S 25 aa nl ,rr7 70 p.c. .633 .591 .517 .538 .533 .462 .340 .208 NATIONAL Cincinnati .N'oiv York ___ Chicago..... Pitisburs ilrooklra Boston...... SL LouU Won. Lost. V.C. IS 34 si! 5S ni ci .035 M'i .4SC -417 .502 .379 3S Dodgers Win BROOKLYN1, Aug. defeaeld PilUburg today by a score ot 3 lo 2. n. II. E. Pitlsburs............. 2 I Brooklyn 3, 5 '2 Adfima nnd Schmidt; Pfc-fTer mid M. Wheat. Leaders Came From Bellied BOSTON', Alls. came from beLind anil defeated Boston, 7 lo 6 here today, n. II. E. CncinnaU 7 12 3 Boston.............. G S 2 Bailee and Wlngo; ana Wilson. Three Straight For Giants MEW YORK, Aug. York made It three straight from St. Louis here today by winning ILc third gamo ot Die series, 5 lo 2. H. II. E. St. Loliia 2 3 '1 "Yen- York 5 7 2 Goofrvin and demons; Nelit and Snyder. Nearly a Shutout PHILADELPHIA. Aug. eriis' double-againsL .the tcncc alter Jlicago allowed Williams to slcal sec- ond in Iho nhllh inning today saved 1'hiladclplila from u shutout, the score being 5 to 1 in farm- ol Chicago. R. 11. B. Chicago............. B 13 0 Philadelphia......... 1 72 Ilentlrls Ualoy; Hogg aud Adams. WESTERN CANADA il0056 VvinrUpcg Hcglna PACIFIC COAST .n. Oakland" ..._..-.-... 1 Seatlo......... (13 .Sacramento..... Los Angeles Vcrnon-y. Porlland MM. ,n Francisco f fcfalcrl-ho would otlnfrwiEo have done. On this chnrpe the accufleil -was con- viclca ana tincd 115.fl) nnd totalling (31 15. Charles V. Adams, K.C., ot Calgary appeared on bclialt ot Ihe Torcslry Ursndi ot tlie Department of'the tii- Icrlor.... This: case Is ot IranicnEC 1 nitres I lo riTichcrE in view ot the fact lhal there' scpma lo have been sbiiicwhal nldOEpreai opinion lliat Iho Domin- ion Government, In .order to protect, ilaolt, Is really called upon lo fence Ite prazlrii land. Tho evidence In case, made It clear .that thc Forest Ilcaervre Acl and Ucgulatlnna ca- labllEhe-il .thereunder, do not rcuulro such U Is un'ilcralood that there arc olher cases which mny be Liken un '.vith a vl'ov oi enforcing the llc-gulatlor.i. Thc Deparlmtiil .'conslJ- crs that thc main nPcesalty-tor ?uch to "protect perBons eecurlne gracing permits In thc reg- ular jway [n Iho privMcgca for which Ihey'apply and pay.. Newark BlnghampVon ('II First Jersey City Hochcslcr Second r Jersey City (All oilier games postponed, 5 C rilm) L ROOSA TRANSFER Furnilurc and All Kinds. We Wood, C.O.D. Bsgnage Dsy and Service lo all parls ol Ihe City. Office, 922 2nd Ave, 9. Phone 1669 GRAND GARAGE THfe HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Juil Opened On Main Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEAtJQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE. I'lcnly of Doom, Modern Conrcnfences, CoUrlcous Triialintnl, Bxjierl Mcdiaoics. A Full Line of Accessories LADIES' REST ROOM' Aulo to the WaLerton At Vour LIVERY 1 j I V''-l We Meet Al( Hoip'ilal i Phopts .428, 369, 1556 SiieVlal HaCcs oji Codnfry Tdi's SPENCE BROS. Ldhbrldgc. AIU. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MjAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED ANO REPAIRED Ail Work GuaranlMd A Wrllien Guarantee i Tear Had a Half ;wllli Jrew lories. J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1966 71! 3rd Ave. 8. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread' Done "By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN- BEADS OUH SPECIALTY Lethtmdge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1064 GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND, TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing Opposite Ellison Mllli HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before Ilia. Hush; 07 ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 118 Fifth.St. 9. The Mechanical Ilaed cars bous'nl-and sold. General Repairing Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd SL Co'iy Holler Rink, Phone 1190 Auto Top Depot It ypUs'nted Aulo Too rc-covcrcd oV'rop'alrcrt, and' up- liolslcrlns (lone, como.nnu" THE LETHSRIDGtV AUTO TOP DEPOT, Clh Slrcet Neil'to Herald Office. O. T. BLUNT, PROP. GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Men Jack Co., Lid. 2nd Avr., opp. Lelhbrlilgi Phoni K-W; -S.eryice Station Service Slidon for ibo famoul K-W Mt'enetbg. Full of parU cnrrlad. Aftrnoios of makes rcjiMrfttj. M'AQIVETS The Roy Electric C tit) 4th Avenue South PHONE 731 ;