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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX .v---------- VrMi I.TIimillXilC DAILY HHHAUJ MONDAY, JULY 7, VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus I NOW CMJE tCO INTERRUPT 1 l_Hy J IJ EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKE3 OF BATTERIES CHARGED AMD REPAIRED All Work Ouirin'.ecil A WrltUc Quartatce lor Year and a llilf nrlih Ual- tcrles.' J. D. THOMPSON Pliant 1966 718 Jrd S. RETREADING DONE BV EXPERTS Get your Next Retread OOAC Oy Ui. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE Sport In The Major Leagues BAflONS VS. CARMANGAY IIARONS. July gay aud Uarons will play here tomorrow (Tuesday) evening AL o'clock. This is Ihu game postponed froru Saiurday. A crowd is especica. All ye fins and fanetles, ttep up till we whisper fn your ear nd then QB forth shout it frorrVrthe -houselops: and Champlcn ball teams of the Southern Alberta League will play a double-header for yoUr delectation at the Eck- sterm ball garden on Wednesday afternoon of Ihjs week, at 3 o'clock and .6.30 o'clock." Arrangements were msds onlj- morning to bring these two teams together here. There has been such a demand for a chance to aee some real fast, classy bull before the season was over that th- Barons and Champion teams prevailed upon to switch ono Of their scheduled league games here, and while they were about it, to play another so that every fan In the city have a "chance to see the class of ball being dished up to the hungry along tr.e have Jif tn following the eport page know Tne class of garnes the teams In the Southern Alberta League have, been serv- ing Up. One-zero garnei are not while ragged ball 'it unknown. And just let us tip off something to Champion team leading the S.'A. L. It hasn't been noiied abroad yet, but a glance at Ine standing elsewhere in this page convinces you of the fact. The Barons team is fighting tooth and nail fertile honors, and Wed- ficsday's game will be a crucial game of the series which ends'up about a. month from now. Being A holiday Tn Letnbridge and many other towns.In the district, the game is bound to attract a large number of fans from all parts of the south. Champion and Barons will be represented by big delega- tions. Just here let us stale that the Champion team is one of the clas- siest aggregations on the map, and one" of their star players Is Old Man Haines. It isn't often that a big farmer, the father of a fam- ily of seven children, can get out and hold his awn with the best on the diamond, but Haines IB just that and he can. When Slavely dropped out of the league, Haines was secured, and he has pitched great ball for thsm ever since. He took Barons' measure the other day, as a report of the game en another part cf this page will In- dicate'.. The Champion team also has Slier, as a box artist. Fans yet -remember the time Cham- pion and Warner played a 2 to 1 game for'the championship of the south. -This was won by Champion with Siler pitching. The fans are due to see ball on Wednesday every bit as good I as is served Up in the Western j Canada League, whence qome miny'ot ine pfayers. Four old W. C. l_. players are with Barons. Local have been going to Barons at every opportunity to see league- yames there. Now the leading teams of the .league an be- ing brought here to give the fans a chu'nce ,lo tee lor themselves little trouble. too bad the grandstand at the park the diamond is being switched and accommoda-' tTon be provided, "m that way to seat a large number. Auto- mobiles will do the resl. Defeated Barons On Thursday While Vulcan" Went Down Before Carmangay GKAXI.EA. July J'fchr. who been her prtrents, Mr. HDtl Mrs. Geprge I la mm. Ipli on Tuesday lo vlall uer brother. Klmor at Travera. Alia. George Wares made n business trip to Ktzlkom on Wednesday. Thp memliors anj ailtierents of li-a IranlcH Red Ewrlety hcinjolves of thi on-. Wednesday. Mr. George Thorpe arrived trom Etzlkom on Friday and is busy fenc- ing his farm. Mr. Clarence Hinchel of PleapanL View is listed among the lucky ones NATIONAL SUNDAY QAMES Cincinnati Cooper, Hill ana LCL-; Rariden. 1 8 i, S 10 Bailee mill AMERICAN SUNDAY GAMES 1 I He I rolt Chicago Leonard, -Mt-yero liiid Stallage' Hams and Schalfc. Cleveland 3 I I Second Earner St. C Piltsburg..... 0 T. Philllns mid O'.VcilU Ctnchinati............. Ti 0 i uun and Scvcrcid, Carlfon and SchmUy, Hculher sod I Washington GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie's Vulcanizing OppOsHe ElUien Mllli AViuso. SI. Lonls 3 Chicago May aad Snydcr; Ilcndrii and Killlffr. Uoslon 6 10 Brooklyn 1 10 Ucinarce and Grimes, maui. Smith and Miller. (No others played.) 'New York 1 li 4 4 0; Douglas, Bailey, in n Johnson uiid I'lclirich; nnsjell (No others scheduled.) INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES to The Herald) UAituXB, Julj taking Thurs- day's game from Barons, Champion fiooa into Mrsl place in the Southern Alberta League ns Vulcan lost to Car- mangay 7 to 3. Champion scored ihree'iti Iht first. Jenkins was safe on 'Bcrg'a error, Fisher FingleJ. Jenk- ins being raugH at Ihe .luney lo Nelson, -Forllfcr safe on "Cleav- en's BurrauETis .singled Bolj Slarr'a Ihrce base hit'did tlie rest. t Barons scored .one in Ihe fltih. .1. i Moore Irit .safe. Jimey singled to rishl Held, Jenkins felting '.be ball get avay "rom him, Moore scoring. Champion icored oce In the ninth on fails by Fisher and Starr bsse hU, Nelson; Three base 3. Slarr; siruck out bv Glaven 6, by lla'.nes 1. Umpire flyers. Trie box score: At Champion July 3 Barons AH.H.H.PO..4. H. On Tgetday night at Eckstorm Callies and SL George'i meal In their game In the Khedule, A good gamt Is In The following zrc requested to be at the pirk at 6.45. Kick off at 7 p.m. sharp; expected lo lie completed before to- nlghl, Tex Rlckard, piamoter of the ma left, Announced today. Rlckard gald he, would be "consid eriblr EurpriEed" if the gale receipts ciceeded Uumors loday tha was dead was dying of (DC effecla io[ (lie punishment Dempser gave him JNewipaper offices irero beafcged lotaerOhlo cities as a result. One re porl was tLal ihe former champion had died from a bursled hlood Tcsgel Another report nae tbal he bad gon (nsaoe. CANADIAN CASUALTIES Cilllet Mclnlyre, Douglas, j Ironi and WiliFami, Wilson, Irwin, ColkLi- hoim( Irwin, Oweni, St. Wallli, Holbtrton, Firth, WeileY, Clayton, Luih, K. Jones, Hlncks, A. Pearson, The Fragment! Football Club meet toniflht at 7.30 at the Club for training. The Club li g6lng after big honors for the city, and the management are there-Bli9.il bt no absen- test. A ttrong pull for a or twd and the rett li Be WESTERN CANADA SATURDAY.GAMES 'U'innlpoe, .Mooso Jaw, SashaUxm, Roglna, OTTAWA. July isnallj- Hijt was isnuetl today; (nfanlry 111: xLance-Corp. T. Ronnlng, Clares- holm. M. NfeTsnn, Vancoiivcr. Deaths in Canada (Infantry) Lleul. IV Hollldge, D.C.M., .M.M.. VJrJan. Ont. to receive a free lira donated by the Dominion Tire Cotnpaur to ali Ihose whose to lie Nov. inn. 31n" Henry disposed of his ot Portteml, Oregon, and a one lime farmer in this ilistrlct. We, regreL Ihe, departure of Mr. and-.Mrs. FostfeV.-'vjjjp" are pioneers o[ this rouiilry.-uti'd In this dislrici twcalf-n i'e years. Jlr. ilisa .Mylly Small, .Miss Ella Riley ai- lendcrt Ibe 'school concert given by the cliiltlreu of litzikom on Thursday. June 26th. Mr. A. X. Sprinkle motored to Island on Momlay. HoniV-To Mrs. Alex. Murrny at Medicine Hal, Every-true- Drilisli subject rejoices one of Canada's glorious July Isl. The U. F. A. picnic at'.'Hertile Plains in spite of the (he weaUier, An uniialirlen success. A large CHICAGO. July Cmnriarativcly ivorkers ia the Chicago district disobeyed the call for a peace fulfill- ment day slriXe In bchalf of Thomas ?Iooney anil Bullinss, which began today. Few r FRANCISCO. July No re- ports bad been received icday at the Newark Jersey City Toronto Rut Inly___. n. SENATE PASSES PENSIONS BILL OTTAWA, July In the senate yesterday afternoon Ihe Pension bill, the nlll for ilic purchase of Iho li ar- bor of 51. John and Iho naturalization ot the IntDrnati yelopmenta in the naliOD-ivldo strike called in protest against the Delias of Calilornia courts in refusing a uev.- trial.to Tliornas J...Mooney. cpnvlctc.1 of niurder.-in connection pa re (In ess day bomb explosion. A etatcmciu from Felix Schulberg. of tne defense league, said workers in. the. United Slntes and j Canada would today rfiow an tjpre.v slon of ayiupnthy for Mooney through tlio medium Tive-day alrihe. were given tlilrd reading. The I Government bill appropriating twenty GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS J. W. Jackson After Bpcnding the yiast four years on active service, Is now open Tor business In the- old Acme Plumbing nidg., PLUMBING, HEATING. GAS FITTING Temporary Phone 463. number from here ami pro- ARRANGE GENERAL STRIKE IN FRANCE FOR ONE DAY Thieves at Q Chicago Garage pars- rd iwenly high powcrrd motor cars and rtolc three "flivvers." MassadHiFcKB roller Carriers' As- fociation advocatca maiimuni salary of and inlnlmum it a -ivonderful (Uy. There Oi-was n full program ot'dulddor sports: 1 Uaseball, horse' racing-, foot races, hucklng contest, a rousing U. K- A. Baker o( Aloratlo and a dance ln._ltic evening concluded A successful .diiys oullng. Arthur Hinchcl .who has.been spend- ing some months in the south oj returned to his farm here on Satur- 1 day, Mr. Ott o( Btf V.. was s visitor In toe dUlricL on Friday. Mrs. Dabka and Tier daughter. Mrs. Alex. Murray, returned from u month's visit lo Medlclrttv HaL on Sun- day. Mr. HIM motored lo XemiEcara on Thursday- Mr, and Mrs. Vrcd Penny and cliil- dren returned to on Sun- day, after spending a few days the suegl ot the I mother, Mrs. Carl- ao'll. Mr. an Mrs. Alf-cl 'Eapjielh antl Mrs. Dlclt tvnson inolored 10 Medicino nit Vr'cdr.sJday. Mr. Safnnbury ilic week-end the guest of Mr. H. Held. Mra. Santr rclurned 'Irom rlsllinR her daughter, south of IlurdeiL on Monday. Mr. Mike Uatka of the store M Pleasant View left Sunday for Cres- Lon, 13. 0. Mrs. Jaek Fore in enjoyins a visit from Jicr mother, Mrs. Ncigardc, who came by motor from Cranbrook, I3.C.. on Sunrtay. The pupils of the Glen Echo school OTTAWA, .inly 5.-Str Tlios. White a concert at the close PAItlS, July The executive corn ml I Leo of (be Federation ol Labor has issued an order to all labor unions n France for a strike nt IN hourE on July "I, as arranged at Ilic Instance of ihe Italian labor or highway con- slniction received the cndorsatlon of stcond and third reading after a. de- bate that lasted during hfteriiooji and ended in Vdivision' jri'whicn (lie 1111 was aoproved'by-23 to 12. zalion. The order siayE that the slgni- ficance ot this "international domo.i- j btrallon v.-ill bo set torlh In a subse- quent conimmiicaifou." i EASTERN HATS V CAPS LAD Labkil n further aiipplemcntary cstl- mnlc of tTfi.000 at Ihe aricrnwri' sll- ling of iho huii-c, LO provide for (lie of Ihe new board of f.omincrce aiuj (lie Combines and Fair I'rrrcs Act, j Thc Jioiiyc (hen 'of the afternoon on June 27th. .before dispersing for tho summer lioll- ilayn. The chorus, rccltallona nml cadlngs were splendid, and the tcacli- r; Mrs. Hal- to he coneral- ilatcfl on the BUCCCBB of the. pupils. See Us for Refrigerator lunch Gasee THESE ARE NOT THERMOS REAL REFRIGER- ATOM FOR CARS, THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 416 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 1907 slon on Ihe ?ccon'l of (he hill to amend Ihe Uoniiniun Act. A. IJ. C'jpp 5Altl liu was lo niiiKi.s? ihe measure an strongly aa lio v.oiilci if it way not uridcrjsloctl that it rracllcalyl ropnalcil Iho, War Tlmrfi Klorlions Act, His objection tci tho bill was lhal IL gave an ad- vantage to the pany in power. WED., JULY 9 .j. Champion (Leaders of Southern Alberts League) VS. Barons TWO G.AMES 3.00 AND 6.30 P.M. ECKSTORMPARK 50c PACIFIC COAST SUNDAY GAMES Oald.-.nd. Sacramoiiln, Hcatlle, Sail Kranclsen, Vornpn. Salt l.akn', I'uriltai, iat Anjclcs, NOW IS THE TIME In have lliat damaged Urn Ho lite Irouhl- cver grew leea liy being Sleclcd. Hare put and lojimr life In ypyir. lircs Ijy vuJcanlriiig any juinciurc'l or worn parifi. Our work will give you many rnoro riilleft o[ service frqnl your tJrcs ct a very llUle'eipensc. .It Is tire coel rCfhtctfon of Ihe moat jiractlcal hind, Vtttran Tire and Retirr 6th Slre-t south L A. H. Roosa TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND LIGHT DRAYING Day and Night Service Furnilurc and Pianos a spec- lally. Orders (or Hardlovllln Bollclted. We and deliver Steve and 4 foot length.) C. 0. U. PHONE IBS9 Office 922 2nd South SERVICE STATION- Satisfaction The boas often saya to ine: "Vou c.in'l control Ihe way a man feels drives Into Mila mny he payinrj (rlendly cell to gel Information, to inay uc lowed In liccauge ot ballarj' trouble, Jio may be bap- py, or angry, or half-way be- tween. "Dul one thing you cat: al-" do, scud rihn awny Ealis- fifld." And that's my Job- (he Job'i done It v.-lll he done right. If you wRnt'aiKlcc, if you wanl service, If you want repalra. if you need a ballery, come to battery scrvlco hcadquarlers. S'o one can hare your Inter- est njore at heart ihiin Iho com- pany who flrat Irsln- cd haUcryficrvJco, whoso Nat- Inrlrs arc installed by the great majority oi car IjuHdcrn. Phone 616 311 7th Street South GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd AYE., Opp. Hotel 1544' BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Our Halco Am neasonablt Our. Service lha Ucil TRY U3 Ofllcs Phuno Residence Phone .........1098 K-W. Service Station Service Station for the fftmous K-W Mpgnclos. Xnl] slock ol pArtn carried, ol all makes repaired. RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 OVERLAND PARTS WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF OVERLAND PABT8 IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. FORD CAR FOR SALE CHEAP D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH AND FOURTH AVENU6 SOlJTHr.LETfHBnlDae ;