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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta S SIX VHJS LUVHUKl'JLrE OAlLrt I SATURDAY, JULY 5, 191! UP FATHER" By G. 'McManus YOU iENO V FOR PORTER? "THANK liOODNEVj THI'i HOTEL IS I BROW Of 1HOT ILL OT TIIE POR.TER OP-HE WE'LL VVAVE Or PINOCHLE EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guinnleid A Guarantee lor i mJ a Illlf '.vllb Bai- terlm. J. 3. THOMPSON Phone IMS 71! !rd Avc. 8. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Oom By Ut. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Leihbridge Vulcanizing Third Aveimi South PHONE IM4 The Sport Page LACROSSE -PRACTICE Lacrosse practice at the EcV- BiornJ Park night, al 7 o'clock. Xll. players are( re- quested to be'out. Immediately alter practice there will he a business al the City Harness Shop. The. Thistles have challeng- ed the Shamrocks to another f. if. July 23rd; and tlie finals before July 31st. First player in cich instance ia the challcnEer and Fhould said chal- lenger not have made any arrange- To play off by Wcduesrtay. Ite I 9th insl.. his opponeni Is requeateii lo report ?amc lo'lhe Comiuuiee when X I challenger's name will be erased and opponent's carried forward lo the wish lo say wltli FOOTBALL NOTES BY ROVER second round. The -'Committee I I liNpcrtsDeclare in Third Hound I New Champion Left the Ring TOLEDO, .July a fiew champion has been crowned in Jack Dempsty -And the.exodus of fight fans has 'depopulated hoteli, can- trbyeny still rages over the aen- satlonal defeat of Jess Willard iale yesterday afternoon. So many new developed (faring the nine mlnutct: of lerrific fistic bombardment that scarcely two the scene the lanie. The uncertainty reflardlng the situation :at .the end of..the., rbu.hd Dempsey left and ''the payment" of tuch wagers as hing- ed on when' WiUard waa stopped, fur'riisried UnllnVrted. material- ..argument.' the sound of the 'fld ID the uproar about the ring that Referee Record faflpd to (ieir the bell and con- .Vttpiued to count over Willard as on the ring floor .near neutral egivier, although Time- keeper Barbour ordered the bell when the Brm WH-fall- ing-for the seventh, time, The referee notified Dempsey that he had won" and 6enioroy was -well orrMs way lo h'li dressing7 room before tiU manager overtook htm apd.told him that he was-ln dan- ger, of being 'disqualified on a technicality for leaving the ring. ,-The 'question 'of "which'" round Dfrfnpicy won' his riew title In wat placed before several vtterart Hnfl "officials by men had -wafers at stake and the cdneen- that Drmpsey stepped. Wlilard In .the third round'sa the Jtltsr'5 secondi toised the towel of 'defeat Into the center of th'e rlng.befort the bell rang tor the beginning of the fourth round. These same veterans' pointed, out other interesting features They itated that It wat the first r" ilrne thst a heavywelaht champ- .Ion-had ever admitted defeat ''.Without leaving his chair, at well dV.: the shortest heavyweight combat', of modern history. 'r.-'Briggio Trianp, panted In Newj 7orV: in connection with tne robbery pT lli'o'Knlcliertocker Club in which I Cinatflan abHIer Was killed, was' I arrested In Iloustot. Teiai. Draw for Mo'r.thly Hole Competition RouiVd Preliminaries J E. C. Mackenzie H, V. Gibbons First Round .WORSE THAN WILLARO YORK; Jnly Dem- cmainLiiDi: in [rfcnd. Tljomas Black, hbw Dempsty knocked nul Wlllart, AnUiony ol Erooklyn. lasl nliht. "lapped" Ulaik on the Dlack dropped lo tbe p'iyemcnt. dead. Waaleleavrkl wVv 'arrested on a technical chVrse of homicide, I li. llnrdle ]P. II. Toll Flrsl round j. S. Brfcker [X llunic J. Mack -las Dairscn 11. n. Clarke 51. J. Davies R? J-'Dinn'tor; V If. H. Skeitn W- Crawford II. HincSs J. W. M'acGrcgor Don Thomson C. Carberrr Craig A. H. Held J. D. Turney H. W. Menzie M. J. GltaOQ John A. Held F. HeTfitt Supt Pennefalher T. H. JlcCready U. MacBelb J. H. JIacKay A. Jlarn Crawford A. Parker. .1. W. E. Jay neirl .1. L. Tiircotte D. King C. B. GuDn A. H. Cocq J. O. Tloberlaon If. C. Dalglelsh Fred Kenny 11. D. Mackenzie W. J. Nelson .1. It. Palmer .Mr. liawson .1. F.'Thomson II. b. Reid It. R. Davidson A. If. Depoou S. .1. Shepherd N. T. llacleod T.. Oiland T. W. Foi A. Bwart D. H., Vales J.'S. Kirkham 3. J. llnlpln Freeman R. .1. R- I'alerson It. Mongealr Livingstone Y. 0. Hjde 11. lliam J. McDonnell .lohn Mulr H. A. HcKlllop regard la Ihis eotupeiiiion tliat it more interesl is not shown aud the matches played olf p.s abovo thai they !t will be necessary lo drop these competitions nltoselSer. Draw for Utitlon Compcliiion to be jlayed Wednesday July 9tli and Sal- i urday Julj 1-lh H. C. Dalsleisb vs J. H- Mackay II. Crawtord F. O. Hyde ;J. S. Brlcker TS John Mack John A. Reid vs T. Foi W. 'X It. Cocq vs J. G. Hobtrtsou Dr, J. M. Gihson vs F. HeKitl -f. W. Uandcn vs J. .Nelson JJ. Hume vs T. 11. 5IcCrcady K. A. Ewart vs C. D. Gunn H. A. McKlllop vs J. S. Kirkliam Livingstone TS H. J. Dinning Donald Thomson vs P. H. Toll D. n. Tales VB R. H. Davidson W. vs T. Oxland K. Hincks vs W. A. Parker W. P. Craig vs. X. T. Madcoil Supt. Pcncefalher va II. ncid H- J. II. Skcilh vs J. D. Tuniey H. Hlim vs J. V. Manchester M- Freeman vs James Dawson M. J. Davies vs J. 11. Palmer A. Mara vs MacGresor J. L. Turcqtle.vs J. J. McDonnell Mackenzie vs'Fred ..Kenny King vs H.'J- R Palcrson John Muir vs Rev. A. H- Denoon n. .Mongcalr vs E. Jay Beiri :A. H: Reid vs H. W: Jlenzic 'S. J. Shepherd vs J- F. Thomson II. D. Mackenzlo vs C. Carberry B. J. Halpin vs H. -Macbeth H. G. Clarke vs-n.V. Gibbons .Mr. Lawsnn vs W. D..L. Hardle ,v. B.: AH players who play in Ihis orlany otber competition, and do not return their score cards tbe handi- caps of Ihe said players will be auto- matically reduced as perr rule- Draw for. ladlea' monthly, competi- tion oe ployed off on Tuesday, July Sin. or Thursday, July 10th. Handicaps tbe same as at June compe- tition, g I Miss J. .Maekay vs Miss G. Birch Mrs. H- G. Clarke.vs Miss L. Wood Mrs. H. W. Crawford' vs Miss Blelclier Mrs. J. B. Turney vs Miss G. Gihbons: MIss-E. Doles vs Miss A. Bawden Jlrs. W. P. Crais vs Mrs. S. J. Shepherd Mrs. D. R. Vales ys M. Smith .lUss Bawden vs Miss K. Jfacnah -Miss U Dawden vs Mrs. J. S. Ogil- vie H opponent Jfi out of Ihe city it is permissible for any player to go round ivith competitor anil keep the srorc card. The Committee are desirous that the ladies lake a liillo more interest n this competition than was shovri last month and request Ihat score cards of all ladies competing he re> turned. Should this request not be compiled wllti' the Committee have decided thai, this competition will nave to be dropped. Allhojigh each club in Ihe senior ague has one game, to play, ihe re- sul; cannot atlect the championship. The Veterans are now aivay in the lead and whatever, tlu1 other leains do in ihclr remaining sillies they call- nol catch up. The'Vels have nol'loflt n game, one point only ueins taken from, them by Jlin pressul ruaners-up. in Iheir great gsne on Ihe holiday, Their goal average, too, is something to be proud of. for oiily once has their custodian been beaten, and that, by the club with the [cast to (heir credit, whereas in four o[ their saraee a total of nine goals have been scorc'd. All clubs are tipiv on an even fopt- iug- with regarj'.'to Games played. Xorth by the draw' on Tuesday, arc one-'point ahead of Si. George's, each, having nvo wins to iheir credit, and thus at present-hold second place. The standing to data is appended: Flrsl Division P. t'.A-Pis. Vclei-ans..... 5 1 1 0 9 1.0 N. L. U........ 5 L' 1 2 P7 5 6 St. George's 5 2 0 3 5 S 4 Callies........ a 1.0 1 li 2 Second Division P-W. D. J.. F.A.Pts [X. beth........' 4 31 07 1 7 Veterans i 1, 1 .1 2. 3 S. Lclh......... 'S 0' 0 1 S 0 The cily league Is' noiv makinr; ar- raugements for the' Scoll Cup series it) follow 5mmeiJialolyvon _lte ciose tbc present This interest ing competition nas produced some ;opiJ-games.Hi I.Ifiari here is of sli-'teama aklng part this season The cup Is played for in Ihe usual cup-tic meth viz., knockout, Bed; tlie team tlia can remain' nndefeated' the longest gels the silverware.J: This: Is a valu able cup, too' donated for-open com petition byiMr. R. SlJott a-..' ago. Any team al .'all compete and if I am not mistaken, it is no confined to, clubs in the city. II seems-lO'ine that-Tater wag" a heftn competitor a. few years ago. However; ncil. Friday, the llth inst., i? (he date (fie'd ffor all entrie to be.in the hands of Secretary Ril chio.'Palerson, 'accompanied uy the tte ol one lone dollar. leani: please note. The will be madi on-Friday night, so.don't be late What's the milter with'Grassy Laki and Macleod, .the homes o[ so man; keen pigskin How abool i trip lo Lelhurldge in the iJcott Cu; compellllon? iQtcrmedlate tcair.s are Just as muc] entitled lo enter this competition a the senior. All y.5t Inland make a interesting tight, ni it. Arllnglons? Where are (h In The Major Leagues rooklyn t. Louis oston 1. York I .50 SI. ___ 1.0! t JO II .422 I lloston Wilmington 1'liilnilcliibla .655 .613 Ml .SOS .183 GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR T1HE AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie's Vulcanizing Oppoille Elllaon Mllla' CINCINNATI, O.. July ali won -both games (roni St. Louis oday, 4 to 3 4 10 Morning game: I. S 12 S [mciunali.......'. 9 o and Snyuar; Hint; Ritd Wingo. Afternoon game: I. Louis............... 240 ludnoatl '1 o Tiiero. Goodwin and Snyder; Jilt- hell, Ellcr and Wlngo. BROOKLYN', July and loslon split a double-header here to- lay, Drobklyn winning tbe morning ;auie. 7 (o 3, nnd [rising the after- noon game, i lo '1. AHernoon gam1: 5 u 0 Drool-Jyn 2 "i 1 Iludblph and Wilson. Smith: Grimes and Miller. PITTSUURG, July dc- entea PillsburE twice loday. 7 lo 3 and 4 lo 1. Afternoon catnc: Chicago 4 7 1 1 5 1 Vaughn and KilliCcr; Adams and Schmidt. PHILADELPHIA, July New York won botli games from Philadel- phia loday, 3 lo I and S (o 3. Afternoon game: Vew York 8 13 1 Philadelphia........... 3 S 1 Toney anil .McCarty: Woodward, Packard and Adams, Clark. .INTERNATIONAL Jersey City, Xcwark, ReadinE, Rochester, BiDgliamLoa, Toronto, Buffalo, (Afternoon Girnes) CHICAUO. July Collins1 sin- gle, following Jr.ckson'e double In the nlntll, enabled Chicago to defeat De- troit, 'i to 1, in the afternoon gnnie. Detroit................ I 7 H Ctltcago........ 2 li U Love nud Slnnnge; Kerr ami Schalk. UOSTON, July won liolh games today, 0 to 2 In Lbo tnoriiing and D to 0 In the afternoon. Philadcliiliia........... c !2 I 'J K 2 1'errj" aril I'crMns; Uusli, James. Caldwell und CLKVBLA.ND, July took both games from St. Louis here oOay, 9 to 4 arid 11 lo 1. t. 1 ]0 1 ICTeland.............. 11 13 0 Wriglil, Koob. l.eifleld, Davenport rid Mayer-'CovelcsklD and O'Xelll. YORK, July York ook both games from Washington ere today, 8 lo 2 and fi to 5, V'BsIilnetoil S Id 3 'en- York............... S 13 2 Harper aud Janvrltr. Qulnn an'l lannah. GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS PACIFIC COAST .Salt Lake, Vernon, Sacranjcnto, Oakland, Loa Angeles, Porllantl, Francisco, Seattle, TURK MINISTER RESIGNS Kemi.1 Roy, Turkish minister of the Interior, has resigned because of differences with the minister of war, according Id a dispatch received In official quarters here today. Kemal Bey ex- plained Ihat the minister of war and were taking o strongly na- tionalist position, with Bhlcll he could not agreed Conference advices Indi- cate that tlio present Turkish gfivern- mont Is eitremely Provincial Championship The Veterans by winning the cham- pionship of the city are noiv entitled lo compete in the Bennett StleM com- petition, einblemaMc of the champion- ship of Alberta. Le.tibrldge Tias usual- ly hart o team-in this competition, HUd Hi ere la less reason (or missing it Ibis year than any other. The Veterans will make ihfe' Calgary and Idmonfou, learns sit up and tako no- ce. The draw- talker, place In gary on the 26Lli Inet. is quite c we shall yel have Calgary team to visit us liii? season, playing lome anrUnome matches.1 Tlie rules provide lor tills, or matches oVi nculral ground, the majority of gouls dccfdlne POStMASTEH JAILED compclillon ihe second ronnfl by Saturday must be completed by Saturday, July July ISth; the third round hjr Wcdncs- See Us for Refrigerator Lunch Gases Tf V THESE ARE NOT THERMOS KITS, BUT REAL REFRIGER. FOR CARS. AUTO SUPPLY Co. PHONE' CAFXJARY, Alia., 3lcal- In? from the Glclchcn post- office ErntsL- Mwards, assistant post- in WHS given sli monlhs, lie pleftdeJ The money WSR recov- ered tn the posloffJcc cJilmnfy. LEANDER DEFEATS U. S, AT HENLEY i IIBNMtf. July ancler Rowing Club defeated ihe Untltd Slates [Irsl crew In the final fourth Inlander -Cup' here, today. launder was one and one- v tiarf lengllis abcad AL the fin- -lib, The i r Dul whal's (.h'e UBQ of ftcckiDg, have all stood on tha )snn beTorc and liad a wet shirt, nnd we wouldn't mind doing U again, it It would only ralq. But weal's worrying sotne ol us is where arc the cluba lo dress? Games are on next weeh and aome ar rangementa must he made, quickly. Next Week's Program Three games are scheduled to take place next week, one In each It-ague: On Tuesday St. George's will meet ihe CaHIca In tieir return fixture at Eckstorm; Thursday Ihe VeU anrl South Lethbridge, In the Inlermeillal at t'cKatorm, and on Wednesday a Adams tbe Junior a will again provid something worth seeing, when Norll Lelhbrldgo nrc at home to thu hoy from (he eoulb. This will be Lhc firs appearance of tlie Central team, the city appeal to tile par en Is and all Interested hi Ihe game line up In their hundreds and can do., They-'wll be well repaid, Tor the kids can sur play football. he winners. fjtVa hope are drawn for their first game HI home. AT.'slltng tftam W Ihe calibre o( the Calgary champions, Illlllmrsl, the CalHes, would the grand I mean itic line, Itemctn- the on ihr, square? the IttaulUul atructiirft from which we hayc Tfcwcd So many keen Eights for soccer honors has gone up In Soccer fans wilt not oe 50 lorribJy for a hnnler stand to waich n game from would be hard to flnrt. Sllll there wan a seat there, and there was shade from the aim. Sport "Rodeo ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 5th 3TREET SOUTH, J.W. Jackson ATtc-r llio-paet four ycara on active Eervlce, IE now open fur business In tbe old Aenio PluinblDg Uldg, J2b7 6tli PLUMBING, HEATING. GAS FITTING Temporary Phone.493 [EASTERN I rucr -in HATS U GAPS NOW Ifi THE TfME lo have lhal damaged tire vulcanUcd, No tire troubl-1 CTcr grew less by being ne- glected, Have in put .new and longer life In your llrca by vukanlzlng puntlured or worn purls. Our work will give more miles or your llrca at a very liUtc expense., It fs'Hrc coat reduction of the moat practical kind. Yeteru Tire and 404 6th SlrtM Two hundrcU anil filly pounds' of heesc! lie got ilLlll.Il a LQiTiulc Tor hat. As a profiteer Palton lofccs ,T batk eel..- ;Youth VB old story. A new looks-to ie a real scrapper. The big crowd In front of'thelltrflld irClce thoroughly enjoyed the bulletin ervlee furnished. The crowd was vith Dcmpsey too> They were sonic- vhal dazed wh.cn ihe premature flash VBS flnnouncoa ihat Denipscy had won n the rirBt., But they Itnow then IL was all over but Llio sliouUng. Fans will he genuinely sorry Ihat ,hp, grand stand at Eckptonn Hall I'ark U no more. IL was s land mark n (hat part'or (lie city and IMF. seeli !ome -big crowds, some big victories ia when SI Pich iiolerl out .1 homer n the ninth with the bases full, win- nine from Winnipeg who liad been leading a mlnuto before And IL lias Been some sad limes, Thcdc lot- It-r we don't mention, Just what tlie U A. A. A. will do now is not known- li la likely how- ever tliat the Diamond will DC switch- ed for baseball, end Ihe bleacher stands will be onco more. They were the original aUnd of Ihe park. The burning of- the si and will dc- the I.. A. A, all the more (o the construction of" now grounds nnd .stands a I Henderson Park. Jusl keep II In mtnrj. .Monday's aporls under the L- A. A.- A.-wcro very haRdled, but some- body fell down in looking after the gale money In the Lacrosse and base- ball games. The .'association should have apolntcd fl jcommlllec to look Bder this j II looks lo us Bfl the I executive nhould gel hnay and arrange j lo play off (he remaining game'n of the J schedule, .The.league IB Iwing allow- ed 10 (ail Into dtsroputc. Tho llcrnld la sorry thai there was only onr; entry for the Itoad Hacc, of Clarenholni cftme tlown. ISoivcver next year it will he advcr-f j] In plenty-of lime. Tills (s due lf.B twelve.months In advance thai It wtlj be U. URoosa TRANSFER, BAGGAGE ANO LIGHT GRAYING Day and Nlghl Service Furniture auj Pianos a spec- ially. Orders for Hardlcvillq solicited. We sell and rlellrer wood. Stove- and 4 foot lengths C. p. D. PHONE 1869 Office 9g2 2nd Avenue South GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd AVD., opp. Hotel BOULTON'S Al LIVERY Our RntcB Are Ile'aEonablft Our Serrlce IU6 Beit TRV US ofdce Phone Acilcfence Phone Station Slatlon' for K-W Magnotos, slotk of narln carried. of all mAkea t-' MAGNETS HECKAROeO The Roy Electnc 118 Kin Avenue South PHONE 735 OVERLAND PARTS VVE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK PARTS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. FORD CAR FOR SALE CHEAP D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOUBTH AVtNUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDOI ;