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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AYF.DNESDAY, JTLV 2, 1013 TltE t.ETHimiDGE DAIL'V .VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus f reel Elliott GENERAL ITINSMITHING Phone 1713 3SO Sixth Slrott South LETHBR1DBE, A'-TA. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Httresd Don! By Ul. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vukanizbg Works 712 Third South PHONE H64 VE1SAHDH.HLIH car-je back with' H i rifsb that knocked the' bodslers oft their feet at tie Kckstorni Park on I holiday afternoon when 1500 men. 'women ind children c-owiiei! into torm Park to see Shamrocks the game with the Thistles'OUT. of the lire three lo after being 'two down at the end ot the. first fjierloS Ibe croivrt enjoyed it as I Itsy havn't enjoyed anything in teth- brldge since ileclor was a pup. The whistle sounded. The lourtb period, just to show that ieJ old war horses weren't faking.'tiic fastest a ecn at Kckslorm Park, and seldom, jnto the Nofthslcisrs'balf, and Whyte hovved just what he meant to ills earn, pulling them out of many Gillesp-e Inside home McLean First" Mclean, S Device, 2 minules. Second Reber. 12 minutes. Third Scott, i> nrinules; Shamrocks, McNabb, 2 min- utes. Fourth No zcore. Referee, Gen. Stewart Judge ot play, W. J. Nelson. Goal Umpires, Harry Bentley and Harry Fleetwood. Timekeepers, Shorty Adams and ,1. W. Wood. 'ever, was more enthusiasm shown t a league game. There was just cutmgu rain :r, the arty morning to put tbe pilch in ine condition and by the time tho ;ame was billed to commence, the jun was shining and a very light ireeze made conditions ideal. The zraudsUnJ was well filled, as were also the bleachers, 'and everybody was on the lip-toe of excitement. O-o hundred and eight dollars odd were taken' at the gate, which was the record for football since before tho war. Referee Jimmy Gurr lined the teams right on time, and much satisfac- tion was expressed that Jimmy haJ tile game. Norlh strippeii in blue and tbe veterans in red ant! this combination with the white knick ers of the players made an appropri ale and pretty picture wben tbe teams were in fheir correct positions readj for th'e kick-off. The-game was a one from beginning k end.neither i'de giving anything beyond a few Each team had a host of supporters and greai enthusiasm was evinced as each team was encouraged with "Play up the up tbe After North Lethbridge's defeat by tbe St. Georges, the Vets were expected by Eome lo easily take tbe blues into camp. Ihe question being simply how many, but the Vets' show was ratber disappointing. There was not so much sling in their atack, and the Won. 3t; 34 SI HO 15 GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS (Tuesday's Games.) li. II. E. Hoston S 11 Philadelphia 7 12 l! Caltfwell, Duniont, Winn and Wal- ters; Riebold, Kiuney and Perkins, McAvoy, R. II. K. Chicago 9 15 3 Cleveland H Hi 1 Williams. Danlorlh. and Schalk, Jenkins; Jasucr and O'Neill. U. H. 5.1 'I Harper; Whitehcvso lay followed for a while, then Robert- on received a pass and slewed In a tiff one past the upright. A hot ime round tbe Blue goat for a while, ill Walton relieved, lioth bo and 'arl were given lots to do, tbo sol- iiers keeping up the pressure. Now again the Blues wouU break away, and give the Vels an anxious A. Gurr w_s frenuenlly well placed -and 'U score, several times .poked sure, but Anderson did nol give Albert'much' room. The Blue naif line nice judgement and backed up tlTeir forward line who put on the pressure for a while. N Gurr bail an opening but shit iictoss the boll, going .behind.. On. Ihe, goa kick, Robertson' secures, and'.passed to Dualop, jr.T'but tbe latter wasj.slow Walton taking Ihe cou ceding a corenr. The Blues press again, and excitement ran high. 1 gppnipi] they must score. The fron line their way in w-ben Ttnnant practically threv.' away sure goal by reaching fov the ball wit tiis hand. It would alrigh had be got nway with itj b'ut he didn't The Vets now took a Jiand in th pressing business, and Karl relieve a dangerous situation: 'Llnning too a pot. Ihe ball going over Earl's hea hut was wide. McCormack put in long one, past post. Robertson head Philadelphia 1 5 0 Boston 5 n Paxey. Murray and Cady; Ucmarce nd Wilson. New York Washington Russell and and Gharrity. Detroit St. Louis H. K.! J i 0 Dauss and Alnsnilth; Sothorou and Sevcrcid. (Monday Games) U. I. Louis 1 4 s, May's, Turo and Suyiler; .dams and Schmidt. First game-- B- H. B. Uncinnati Chicago 1 5 Reuther and Wiligo; Dongles, Bailey and Kiliefer. Second game It.. IT. E. Cincinnati 2 li J Chicago 1 c 3 Ring and Wingo; Hen- drir, Martin and OTarrell. li. H. B. Xew York 7 .H Boston 10 Causey. Benton and Gonzales; Keating and Wilson. INTERNATIONAL (Tuesday's Games.) Tirst Kochester................ Toronto................... Second Rochester................ E- Monday Games First H- Uoslon 7 New York 1 Schang, 1 nad Hamiab. Second Boslon.......-...... 2 4 New York...... l2 and Schans; Schneider, Quiun and Hannah. R. II. Washington 3C Philadelphia- 'I Craft and Gharritv: Rogers and Mi-Avoy. R. II. B. Detroit St. Louis............ and Davenport, Koob, Wright Ritchie's Vulcanizing Opposite Elliaon Mills GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS "ANDY. THE RADIATOR MAN 418 5th STREET SOUTH J. W. Jackson After spending the past lour years ou active Is now open for business in the old Acme PIumMaK Bldg., 1257 CUi PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS FITTING Temporary Phone 433 G 11 0 1 5 2 Ainsmlth; and Seve-' Toronto Shepherd Cup CcmpetHlorv -June 26 Thi'ball came down the field but r and June 27 Clark missed a nice pass. Tbe J.H. j. Dinning ball then went to blue urrttory lAIex. Scott sent in a hot one which 'Freddy Cow There was a mix lip in front of the bluo goal an'j combi- nation and Re- ier resulted in the first goal of for the Shamrocks In 12 minutes. Thlslles 1. This ended -lite scoring for the period. The play was up-and down the Jield. In bluo territory. jot a nice pass from Reber and sent in a hot one vhicb (.ow Flopped with bii f thoulder came right back with I anolner the net. Reber-fol Itwed1 EUil Tht Shamrocks were posing hard Tho bnll went Into 'blue frnlors hut Kllllo snuffled it brought it down Ibe field and to Alex Si-ott took a long low 4- iliol tbrot-sh L'_e defense, tbe Jj ball bulging the net and Mtiiig i minutes f! Mincks A. Reid tie J. S. Bricker D. Hume T. W. Fox D. Thompson' M. Freeman T. Olland J. Hack .T. Dawebn R. J. ft. U. Q. Clarke {14 15 (4 points) IS 81 13 points S3 16 81 (2 points -.12 S ed forward, and Karl misse running out of his goal an_ r.- his side out of danger.: The Vets play a strong game now, and look several limes like scoring. play standing out On Anderson, Tennant put. In n defence -.vaa by no means as sure as usual. The Winnings. Allan. Shaw nil McCormick played great football. vhlle Tennanl at fullback played a ine game. Anderson injured his during Ihe first half, ami this. no doubt, accounted for the fact lhat le was not up to his usual fom. North played the best football nearly all through the game, and sur- prised oven their inost entuslastic L ut mu fcamn iiuuu.a ....iv supporters. The honors of the gamel bulb sides, taking grcaf pains to p.. should perbans go lo Karl and Walton Ion Ihe winning stoal, but as had been for their clean, strong work at back., the case Ihrougbout Ihe game, th although Bill 'Whvte was tbe mainstay i forward lines were slow In shootlr of 'team, and .played- with head j and bnr.ts a splendid game. Mutton, the Gurr iirolhers; and Jack Tennanl alao deserve mention, while Walton. Ison id, Wallon Jersey City ud putting! Newark----- Siiaw's foul dan- gerous anil Duntop. came away out, clearing nicely. Norman Gnrr lifted a beauty over bis head to Al. bert who shot wide. For; the rfimaind er of the game honors were easy in Buffalo Baltimore Reading n. 4 S R. 6 3 6 7 It. fi 10 H. B n. ii. K Chicago 5 H 1 Cleveland 2 5 and hchalk; Beagby, Phillips, flyers and O'Neill, Nunamaker. 1. A. H. Rdosa TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND LIGHT OKAYING Day and Night Service Furniture 'and Pianos a spec- ialty. Orders for Hardlevilla solicited. We sell and deliver wood. Slovo and 4 foot lenglhs C. O. D. PHONE 1S63 Office 922 2nd Avenue South ft 'Mill Villl'll dl M Rochesler........- Toronto and In goal seems Id lie living his it was young days over again. The game 101 IB' 55 Sii sc SCj 9S 10 8R !1D 8'J 16 104 !'5 20 M- If, 90 one to watch, full of life and well-sprinkled with dashes of me finished with' real good ga out a score, The result was as it nhonld be. The Vets niaybf; should have on their line-up, but the (Slues must bs given credit for the way they rose lo the occasion and fcept their net nn- 113 110 111 130 v'r> EDMONTON BEAT CALGARY nu i EDMONTON: .luly l.-In the soccer Shamroctss 2 football game heru today between the Bdmonlon Veterans and the Calgary After "the face o'f Scott got It 1 Veterans, the two leading learns of and brought it down the field, the two cities, Mmonton won by i. are at present at the foot of the table, a surprise may he sprung on the leaders. Jn a mix up between McCorvIe and fhree or four red shlrla. Ihe Siiatn- S got rt Callatan passed to Me- Boriai, ElevaU-d llailway shows Satib rtha pressed In and shot the I deficit of 53Z4.002.8S for May score ol 2 to L SHAMROCKS LOSE TO CORNWALL CORNWAM-. Onl.. July Shamrocks received a setbach In Itieir championgliip aspirations here I this Itermon when the locals defeated hem by a score of f, goals In fi in a malcb Ihal was great and a lard one lo lose. If You Want Adjustments, buy if Ypu Want Mileage, buy KELLYiSPRINGFIELDS THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. FOURTH AVENUE PHONE i907 ..pierced, good combination, bill shots at soal Much Interest will now be taken were remarkably few. The goalies lin the second meeting between these given work, what few j l-wq learns which takes place nuxl shots they did have, to content! vrith pveek. On Thursday the Callies meet being ivell and easily Kouls the Veterans and. although the failles were few. and Gurr had the same well in band all lliroitgh. The line-up. 0. W. V. A. Dunlop Tennant Anderson McCorroiclc SIlaw IJtinlop. Allan, li. LinninR.' I.imiing Hoiierlson North Lcthbridgi t'arnpbell ,V. (lurr. A. (Jurr. Tennant. He-iman Kiitlon Whylc Lakie A. Karl J, Walton The Game In Hie opening stages, (he Vcler- ana more of the fcame Ilinn liielr opponcjils hiit tho blues t-arly allempt tln-ough Tennant. and Durlop 10 Al. the oilier end I, Inning received 'f pass from 'JlcCorrnick; and beating: Earl, sent in a nice rentrn, Walion ctcarin_ itcnl Crimpljell away. latlcr parting lo N. (lurr, iviio wilh a clever OTC-rhcad. dropped a nlco one right In. which Dunlop disposed of. Antler son look tbe tall uplield passing to W. I.lnntng, the laller sending across lo Robertson, wh.o. headed .by. Krom cenlrefleM camn a'difflcult dronshot I Walter lipping over Hie bar, A gooi (Monday Games) R. 4 ___....... S "orogan and ChlnauH; Ilubbell and Sandberg. Second 'foronto............-..... Clifford and Carts; Justin and Dufel. R. Jersey. City Newark........ Cockrill, Enrlght. Russell and gins; Lyons, Strieker and Madden. Binghamiilon Harper. ajid Haddock; .lor- dan Gordonier'and Dengough. Ballimorc...................... 5 Rending........ Johnson, Parnbam and Kgon; Wclii-1 orl. Hrown and Dooln. NATIONALS BEAT OTTAWA OTTAWA, July score of 7 to 6, Nalionales rtefculed Ottawa at l.ansilowiiu Park this afternoon, thus gelling into the championship race of the National Lacrosse Union. DIVIDED DOUBLE-HEADER SASKATOON, July Saskutoon -nd Winnipeg divided the opening double-header of the second lial! of Ihe Western Canada League schedule here today. In the morning Ihe Quakers bad. a walkaway, running wild on the bases and piling up tl runs to the Maroons' one. In the second game Heath allowed only tour scattered hils and Winnipeg >von, 2 lo 0. wsa GRAY-DORT MOTOR EASTERN RUMELY TRACTOR ACETYLENE WElJlNG The AUen Jack Ud. 2nd Ave., opp. LethbrldJ Holel Phono 1544J BACK OF OUR SUCCESS in Ihn vulcanizing business stands long experience, thor- oughness, modern equipment and a policy of fair prices, both In us and out runlom- era. Many motorists navo f'pimil thul by avalllns Ihcm- selvRa of our services, they were lo reduce thnir llro cipenjo hy balf of ihci former coat. Veteran Tire and Repair Co. 6lh Strsef South EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES ,OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED. All Work Guarantied A Written Guarantee (or a Year and a IlaH with Ilat- Ieric3. J. p. THOMPSON Phone 1966 Jrd Ave. S, BOULTON'S'IJTO LIVERY Our Rates Are Our Service flfBest TRY Office Phone ...I- Phone 1091 K-W. fervice Staton Service tho famom K-W stock bt parts carried, fagnolos o( all males' ronaireo HAONETS-iCHAnaED The Royleclric Co, 518 IthSniis, South PhffE 735 OVERLAND PflTS CARRY. THE LARQE8T STOCK OK PARTS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. FORD CAR FOR SALE CtfP D. S. WILLIAMSOJCO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SCJH, LETHBRIDOE ;