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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta iHE LETHB111DGE DAILY HERALD AY. JULY 1SH8 UP FATHER By G. McManus tjOI-l.V. THE MORE Wt bOME PEOPUE THE Ot-TTER 1 LIKE TOOK tiOME OF fOU-VLU'oHO THEM TO XOU >OON ARK DEVELOPED EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work G'jarantt.-d A Written Uuarantoo tor Year and a Halt New Hal- J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1966 718 Jrd Alt. S. In The Major Leagues THE CHAMPION JESS WILLARD, HEAVYWEIGHTj CHAMPION THE CHALLENGER TOLEDO, July 4.30 o'cleck this Jess ia rd. of Lawrence, Kansas, and Jack Dempsey. of Salt Lnke, Utah, meet in s 12-round boxing match here to decide the heavyweight championship of the wor Id. At their respective quarters this morning it was stated that both hsd slept well and were ready for the contest. From man- agers and principles came renew- ed expressions cf confluence. The. road to the park was alive and custtmg with trie dawn, nor was it entirely asleep during the night for now and then a truck loaded with supplies for the ven- dors moved out in the darkness. With daylight the traffic Increas- ed. Policemen and soldiers were early at their stations. t Innumer- able pail 6 of sandwiches, Ice cream, drinks, postal cards and noise-making instruments of every sort to make a holiday were in evidence, Jn the arena carpenisrs were stilt busy putting on thz final touches to the vast amphitheatre with Us eighty thousand seats. Thousands of those were still on sale this morn- ing. Every read leading into the city saw automobilis bringing their leads of fight enthusiasts from and some from 2 distance. Detectives from all the princi- pal cities of country were mingling in the crowds, while. 500 Toledo citirens were sworn In'to. aid the regular city police force in maintaining order. Willard remained favorite In the betting. One man paraded the streets with a sign on his auto reading: "I will bet t'nfs machine against on Dempsey." Emergency ambulances and all police patrol wagons were at po- lice headquarters for Instant use in event of trouble of any sort. Fire officials took every precau- tion and .had men stationed in various sections of the arena. Fire apparatus will be -stationed out- side the arena. All physicians In Toledo were registered with the police and were available for any emergency. Good Crowd Down To Quiet Sec En- I The Veteran? easily bold their lust night in tbolr league game with the Cnllifls at Kckstorm Park. A good crowd was in attendance, but the ;RTIW was hardly fast enough to arouse inuclt enthusiasm. The first half ati even one, both teams playing steady ball, ami neither having anything on the other. The opening was iamc, tut aS game progressed more life was put into "-It. until about midway through Ihe second half, at the .usual time the Vets proceeded toN start something, and again won their game in the last half-hour of play. Two goals were scored in that time, and the Callles found they were up against it. The j ai :'i-. 21) 2S 23 .567 .525 .500 Chicago Brooklyn St. Louis Xew Yo: Chicago Clevelatu Detroit St. Loi Uoslon Washli FlilladelphU All Same Lethbridge CLEVELAND, July hit five Cleveland pitchers hard today and won, 17 to 1. Chicago ...............17 15 2 Cleveland.............. 1 5 4 'Williams and Schalfc; Morton, Eai- mann, Phillips, Klepfor, Jamleson and O'Neill, Xunamaker. Ehmke Wins Another ST. LOUIS, July hell St. Louis to three hits today and De- troit (leTcalcd St Louis, 3 to 1. Detroit................ 3 10 St- Louis............... 1 3 2 Ehmke and Ainsmlth; Shocker and Severe Id. Famous Walter Wins July had tho, better of Shorn In a pitching duel today and Washington won, 1 Won. 37 Lost. 21 35 35 38.' P.C. .638 .516 .508 .435 .35 RETREADING DONE EXPERTS Get your Next pone fly Ui. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1664 Seven Straight for -'Ruethcr CINCINNATI, July Rue- ther pitching liis straight vic- tory, Cincinnati (Mealed St. Louis, 4 to 1, today, St. Louis............'.. 1 S a Cincinnati Vela were the better team, and to 0. served to wJn, especially in the York t............ 0 7 ontl hair, but with, less diddling with HID tall, the Collies pierced, the Yets" might have mcre.lhan one occasion. There was lots of shooting, Mclntyre taking care of tbc majority. Imt many. a phot cither went over or wide of {he posts. Two' by Hamniy LInning, the crosa- were the best; (11 Act I. iiit game. 1 170 Hannah; The opening1- rather tame, al- though the Callies e.irly tested Dim- top The Vets "soon iransfcrreci the play to the other end, j where Hogg took the ball from Eas- ton actl centred nicely. II. Linning trapped and shot well, but ,McTiilyrs had it easily covered, (Before the eud was cUrary Miming again took his portunity anil passed! nicely to Hobert; soil, b'3t took Ihe bail from his toe, thereby', savins --The Cailies, on the'goal kick, advanced, Irwln drop- ping in', a lovely Colquhoun was'beatiag McCormlck-and getting into -'shooting attitude when JJn- playing Anderson's po- sition'at letL back, sailed In and re- lieved tho situation. Kobertson, rob- bing Douglas on a rush, should .have found the net with his shot, but" went away wide. On a throw-In, Robertson put acroJy to Linnliig, who when about to shoot from near Ihe goal line was Washington Shore, Schneider and Johnson find Gliarrlty. Athletics Keep It Up PHILADELPHIA, July Philadel- phia's pitchers were easy for Boston today and the visitors won, 8 to 2. Boston........'........ 8; 10 0 Philadelphia 7. 2 Jones and Hchang; Sieoold and Perkins. Ames. -Meadows tind Snytfer; Hue- ther'and j BrooWyn Takes Series NEW YOHKi July made it out of three from Now York, winning the last game of Ihe series by'a score of U lu ;t. Brooklyn fi 0 C New York............... T 'i Mamnux- nnd Milter; Ihigan. Pcrrilt McCarty. Phillies Dropped Whole Series BOSTON, July made a clean sweep of the series with Phila delphla by- wtuiilug 3 to 2. Philadelphia 2 t Boston 3 C 3 Smith and .Adams; Scott. Demarei and Wilson, PiraUs Win Another P1TTSBURG. July was defeated here today, 4 to 2, in a welt played game. Chicago 2 i PIttshurg 4 S Douglas, Martin and KUHfer: Coop- and Schmidt GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing Opposite EHIton Mlllt GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 5lh STREET SOUTH FIGHT AT 3.M i i J. attacked by and forced to put behind. Uniting received an- other nice pass from 'centre and gave .Mac a good "punch out. The Calltes conceded a corner; .McConnlck [secured on the clearance, and with a long shot Just missed the upright. On the goal kink. I'. Invln-pul ahead on 'a his brother rushing in jbnt his stiut Lwaa-poorly placed- "The Veterans visited tho Ollies' goal Hogg Kin n ing again took a jiot, hut Mclniyre was In good form, t and Just as often as the soldiers put An enthusiastic meeting of.Hie local j them his way he was .lohnny-.otHhe- lodge of the Sons of England was held [spot. Jiist before half-time he cleat-- last night, when officers worn tlected jGii n great shot .from and plans rtiscuSscd for the next six) drew a ro.iind of applause from Itin months work. Th-j officers look j stand.' Ding-dong play, from then on to a bright term anil will endeavor until neither, TOLEDO, July orig- inal hour for the championship fight''to begin, namely, 3 p.ri., Central time, remains un- changed, hut promoters and managers have all agreed that on account of announcements and other delays, it .will be 3.30 before the bout be- gins, San Francisco Seattle T.os Angeles Portland Sacrameulo Oakland' >.i... Sajt Lake Vcrnon PACIFIC COAST J. W. Jackson After' spending tho past foar years on active service, is now open for business in the, old Acme Plumbing Hldg., 1257 Glh PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS FITTING 483 INTERNATIONAL to place the lodge on iho same high pedestal it occupied before tlic war brJkc out. Votes of thanks were ac- corded the offireris who have steered the ship through four of filormy times, when over 50 per cent, of the membership were overseas doing tbeir bit Tho lodge was foiiml to be -n I excellent financial condition. Tho officers vrt-re elected ny follows: Cariicnjcr.. Perry. Oxiand. Wakclln, W. kirk. i Kiggins, T. Hobiws 'W. K. Ifolberton. The''officers duly insfullnri Ly Dtatrlcl DtpjtyW. K. flolbcrton, FEAR JULY i, BOMB OUTRAGES scoring. Act II; The Callles 'attarfctiil-at the onlsct, Coltinhoun gh'ing'iJ'inlop a good.onfe to Immlto. who was probably Itie best half on the field, sent his in-' s'iSe tncn dribbling anil nasslnf; through the Scotch defence, till "Ko; bertson got his yponing. and Mclhtyre linrt to jump to 'save Ida shot. Some diversion and much amusement was I caused by a very clfmuniUve football- cr, who, evidently Mistaking the ball for the oiio they wore kicking around on Iho side of the pitch, on to tho ball nnd dribbled It away up the licJrl until lie heard the fOionU Cff acJtntrcr.4, On the frfjn kick II. Linnlng rent In a shot like greased lightning hit the bur, Tlic Scotchmen cljjar cd on the reliounJ, Mclivcna putting crtal to Ilreezc, the latter paBslng to Irwln, who made Dunlop step lively the free kick after a. foul awarded against dropped the ball to Robertson, vrlio quickly gave Mcln- tyre a shot to save that brought him away out of hit) goal. He handled that one in great .style, but a couple of minuies laler, HoherlRon being nice- ly placed and'uncovered, received a pass from Jlogg and sent in a smart shot which had -Mac healen all the way. Hammy Winning again hit Ihc cross-bar ivitfi a whack, nnd lits brother followed with a long shot which Mac judged well and imnchcrl out. The Callies got away again, but not 'or long. Tho Vets were ploying he'slroTigcr game and the Scotchmen 'or a while went to pieces, Jn rush )iinlop, Jr.. connected and put his si Jo ahead with a nice shot. It ivns all but the and nl- liotigh both sides Ucpt tho game go- ng till time'Was'up, there was'no further score. Ltnnlng ami Itobert- son both Iried shols. and at the other end Breeze gave Colquhoun a pretty pass, the, latter shooting over. Shaw look a long pot at Mac, 1ml Douglas Railed !n and just headed by. Lhi- dropped In n peach of a corner fc'ck, but gathered H In. From then to the finish the play was mid-field with no features. The tcfiina Ifncd up as follows: 0. W. V...A, Dun! op Ttnnant, W. Unniug Kiiaw, McCurmlck, Allan Toronto Jersey City Iluffalo Uinghamlon lialtimore It WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon Kcgina L J. H. Roosa TRANSFER, BAGGAGE ANtI LIGHT DRAYING Day and Night Sen-ice Furniture and Pianos a spec- ialty. Orders tor Hardlcvills tolldteil.-' Wo sell nnd deliver wood. Steve and 4 toot tcnetrn C. 0. D. PHONE 1869 .Office 922 2nd Avenue South Baseball in the Sunny South GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING Bow Island 7> Qrasay take 5 Our Own BOW ISI.ANIX July Friday Grassy hake baseball nine came clown to rlny wltti Ih'o local (onm. >Thc lion- Island tcair. iv-on, score was 7 to y. Waldo Won Tourney. KliilNIK, ,Inly: onuiilc liall teams entered llic contest [or SllTW 'ICCOnnlCk Allatl ivams vu inv vujnu-jv it" biinlop' Llnnlng, Thompson lhe I'Hzc3 at the 'lourniimcnl. liorr. Slobcrlson- Dominion Djir. -Wnrdnor wos first fj ijj asainst the KcrnlO'Kius. rintl went Irwin, Iru-in Uroezc .Mellvemi. Wlillama, Mcl''arlnnc Kssloni DouRlas Mclntyre CALEDONIAN'S Knforee: .tames Oriirr. Linesmen; with a daisy-cutlcr. VV. Linnlng tookA. Wcatley and W. Carter, JACK DEMPSEY, THE CHALLtNOtK. If You Want Adjustments, buy Tirts; if You Want Mileage, buy If Fl I Y-SPRlNfiFIFI DS IkLiJLLil ui i.vkllUi THE LEE AUtO SUPPLY Co. 41fl FOURTH AVENUE 'PHONE 1907 f YOHK, July fivcnuo 'homes of fnltcd Slatos Senator Wm.[ A. Ciark, Cornelius Vandorbill, Vin-: (cent Astor, Andrew Henry JC. Krlek .1. Shcp.TfO, and other persons ol woaltli. together with the cfty hall ami olhcr rntmif.l- pal buildinKH'aro Vcing giiardfid police as'a prottction'agaihst a threat- ened re now ft 1 of ttic homb outrages of May J, and. Jims 4.-It was learned !today. st. l'atrlck'2 Catherlral, St. Thomas church and churcliea arc also patrolldcl by detectives. Dyar of Ihc N'ew York Bla'c guard has issued In structlona to regimental corrimanclerri for speedy HioblUzVMou tn- event ,of any radical dp-rnoristrallon Eoflight or tomorrow, BACK OF OUR SUCCESS in llio vulcanizing Imsincan fitands long thor- modern equipment rttnl ti ]joiicy n! Mr prices. lihth to us anrt our cualdm- era.. Many motorlBla havu fount! that by availing them- F.ekea of our tlicy were able rerftico Ihelr (ire expense by, of the former cost. Veteran Tire and Repair Co. 455 own to detent 'before Ihc plucfey liornc team. Next CRITIC the struggle between Wycllft aiirl 'Wnldo, wlifcli ivaa the talllo of Iho'iltir, cntl- Ing in fi'vifllory for Walrlo tbon pltiyed the t'ernlc vic- tors ior tlrml award, unit'won from the liome team in fievcn Innings score of Kcrnfe took the first game by a score of and Waldo WyclKf by a score of The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave.i opp: Uethbrldgs HotcT Phont 1544 K-W. Service Station Service Slallon (or Iho tnmoun K-W Tilagnotos. Frill-slock ol pnrla carried, Magncloa'ot all makea repaired. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy. Electric Co. 6I8 4th Souln PHONE OVERLAND PARTS WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF OVERLA.NO PARTS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA.. FORD CAR FOR SALE CHEAP D. S, WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOUSTH AVENUE SOUTH, LeTHBRIOQE ;