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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK 3W THE I.ETHlJmUl.B DAILY HEKALI? TUESDAY, JULYS, 1910 UP FATHER" By G. HcRE-MOV! BABV MUST CIVS UNCLE Hit) HW- EVEREADY SERVICE STATION A.LL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHANGED AND REPAIRED All Work OuarantMd A Written Gimaulee (or a Year a Hilt .with New lerles. J. 0. THOMPSON Phone 1956 719 3rd Ave. S. Sport Page TJiiimond 'iVill 15e Switched To Use Bleachers as Grand I Stand Judging by the excited corn- menu brought -forth by the an- nouncement of the 'double-header to'be played between Barons and Champion on the local ball pasture on Wednesday; afternoon and '.evening, there will bt'erowds on deck which will p'u'. old-iimers in mind of the opening games of the Western Canada League when'the pros, used to cavort here. 'We're going to see tomt real was the general tone of Npt that the locals have not playfd good ball In spots this year. They'have. There have been some corking games a! the old Int. but there were so many rotte'n'exhibilions sandwich- ed In that the fans "never knew was going to be trump-- It: is likely that. Juney. "and Hovcy will be the'performers for the Barons while Slier and Hain'es on the mound for the Chanipldn league leaders. Both .aggregations ..have- smooth il-fdrng. sand -the. fans .should'sesS something every as good as lsrbeihg -jp in the W-C.L. .Old Bill Fortier Is be- h.ind the bat for Champion, which :'mearis that, the boys from'that burg will Iheir less playing- ball all the time. Bill Moore is pilot of the Barons Millionaires. That means, too, lhat the. boys from that burg are not asleep at switch. There has been the keenest of contests between these.two teams this year.. Barons has won three V ia Champion's one, but in the league each won once from the other. Barons'' first two wins were before the league opened. Arrangements have been made to switch the diamond so-Hhal the home plate will be between the old bleachers and the west goal post of the soccer field. This will give the1 [ans who want a seat on Jthe stand all the-chancc in the world to see the game, while the hundredi who go down in their autos will have plenty of room along the sidelines to park their cars and -make grandstands of them. Tliis Is the first time two out- side teams have clashed here since Vulciniand Cardsloii'went to it during the stampede last year- Cardston wants lo play a number of the northern teams here. An effort is-also being made to bring Havre up here'to meet some of the S. A. L Tomorrow's games will be the and if-successful the visit- ors wilT be assured of big crowds In the future. Moving Pictures Show CallTes SL George's will meet tonight at Eckjlorm Park. No more need be said. When these old enemies meet no ,the. del dof battle there's alvfiys a, game worth Melng. Kick-off a.c seven o'clock. In The Major Leagues RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done By Ui- ,ECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue "Iiulh PHONE 1664 -NATIONAL I ins Made He Was Kayocd in Third TOLEDO, July A'l rtnubt coiv erning Ihe number ot knockdowns Jack Dempsey scored, in Iho first ound o( his heavyweight contest wilu less Willard ou July 4 was removed oday when motion pictures, "shown privately to Pronioler Rickaril and a parly of (rlends, showed that W-.il- ard was scnl to the cauvas scvcu inies. There were'no knockdowns In the two rounds, out Willard probably would havo been floored ii Lhc ropes of the ring had not sup- ported him- Dcmpsey. tbe pictures show, floor- ed with left hoois to the chin for the first four knockdowns. Hk upset the defeated Ihe other throe- knockdowns with right and left swings. -The.first blow, that upset Wlllard was n short right New York Cincinnati...... Chicago.....- Brooklyn......... St. Louis Boston Philadelphia 24 IS Lost. 33 40 3S 13 P.C .007 AMERICAN New York Chk-iigo Cleveland, St. Ixiuis'. Uelrolt Won. 40 .515 .515 30 :'.K7 I Washington...... 23 195 Phlladeluhl'a New York Back on Top PHILADELPHIA, July York had lo go 10 Innings lo .-win Us flilh straight victory (roui Philadel- phia lodny, by a scorj ot 7 to 2. New York Philadelphia......... Barnes, Pcrritt and Gonzalez; Pack- ard, Woodward, Murray and Cndy. Tt- K- New.York............ Id 1 Phlla'deliiuia......... 2 J Tonoy .and McCarty; 11086 Adams. Pirates Again PITTSBTJIIG, July de- feated SI. Louis today In the hardest hitting tame o( lue' season. ill 31 38 '45 P.C.i -.Cl'Sj .554 .508 .SOU .460 .121 .'111 GASOLINE OILS AND CREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Rilchie'i Vulcanizing Opposite Elllion Mlllt Boston Wins Double Header BOSTON, July. won double header from Philadelphia II. II. B. 0 4 0 2 G 0 Jojies 'and Philadelphia Boston Nnylor and Mciyoy; SI- Loilis Piltsburg Ames, Sherdell, Cdpt. Denoon Declares It is Set- ting Itself Against Will of People CALGARY, July Is noiv de inilely announced that Dr. Allen of iSe I'nirersHy or Alberta. of inc foremost men ol that insti- make the fnvcBtlgallon'of lha iron occnram-es "f the of Alberla for ttic Industrial branch of the provincial government in place of Dr. Gwillim of Queen's University. Dr. Gwillim having readc an appoint- ment for work with the British Colum- bia Government before receiving word of the assignment (or Ihe Alberta Gov- ernment. The decision to substitute Dr. Civil- lim with Dr. Allen was made "at tbe meeting of (he.advisory board of the provincial Indualral branch on Frjday !asl. It was explained'by Mayor JI. -A Brown, who returned through Calgary yesterday on his way to Medicine Hal il -was maile as the result of the rec ommcdation of Dr. Vv. A. II. Kerr dean of Ihe Alberta institution anil swii'g to the. heart, followed by a left hook to the' i Kayo'in third I. Because of the controversy over the duration of tbe heavyweight cham- ilonsbin contest between Willaril and Dempscy. and whether Dempsey hould lie credited will a knockout, 3IHe Pecord, referee pr'.lhe Indtpend- nce Day ruled tonight thai Villard haft been knocked out In the hird round. P.eferec Pecord also ruled the fighl 'lined at Ihe close of the third round despite Ihe fact that-the towel was net tossed Irtlo -the ring from Wil- ard's' corner'until' .IhO'- bell hail Bounded for 'the fourth_round. Wll- Goodwin and Snydcr; JIaycr and Schmlill. J Only two games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL [n his sermon hearing on (he sign- ing of iieace. Rev. Denoou, on Sunday morning at Knoi church, laid It down that in Ihe time o( peace the will of the people should prevail. In Ihia conneclion he denounced the Ecnale i member of Ihe eiecutivc of thfc Al in selling itself agalnsl the -will o( the berUi Industrial Development Assoc people as It came from their elected I iation. in the House of Com-1-The details of the assignment-o Jlr..Denoon drew attention 'lo Dr. Allen (o the work of invesliBUlm what tool! place in the Senate last year ia regard to the age ol consent Bill to which it sel opposition lo the House of Commons and Ib-s action ot gglng against.tbe will ot the people was again demonstrated In tne amend- ment o! the Senate Wiling the pro- hibition bill. .The denuncialiou of the action of the Senate. In scltiag llseir against the will ol'lha people was an aside in sermon In its gen- eral reference lo the coraics o! peace. 0 11 Bolilen, H. 'IS IS Tuero, Binghamnlon Martin. Higglns aud Fisher; Hersch and Sandberg. 1 Heading Donohue, Bamhart and Konniok and Hellman and O'N'elll; Harschcr and Second H. H. E- Philadelphia.......... 4 H 2 Boston 531 Perry, Kinncy and Perkins, Me Avoy; I'eiinock.-MuyB-and Vanks Beat NEW July York won the last 5Uin> of the Washington today; it. H. E Washington B New York 3 3 Erlckson, Harptir and Shore, Quinri and Hanunh. Sox Bunched Hits CHICAGO, July' bunch- ed hits today and defeated Detroit in the final game of the series. It. H. E. 3 10 2 Stanage; Cicotte ami Srhalk. St .Loufs in Tenth ST. LOUIS, July error by Austm an da ;wild pitch uy Ooveleskie In tenth scored the winning run Z for St. Louis in its third victory, over I GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS THE RADIATOR MAN 5lh STREET SOUTH U. W. Jackson spending tho past four 3peara on nclivo service, Is now open for business in the old Acme Plumbing BliJg.. 1257 6th PLUMBING, Hl-ATING. GAS FITTING _____Temporary _. urd, leave his chair Cleveland today. R. II- Cleveland 2 1 SL Louis 3 0 i Morton, Covelcskio and O'N'elll; Shocker, Sothbron and Severcid.. WESTERN CANADA AL Mooae H Sashaicon i.. loose Jaw Tlegina-Wiiinipeff. postponed, rntn. Oni'y Iwo games schcrlulcd. AUSTRALIA WON TENNIS SINGLES the Iron ore deposits or Alberta wl' he given the Hon. A'. McKay minister In'charge of It Is certain that the.-as slgnment will include at luast a eral surrey ,ot the iron ore deposits' lying across the Great Divide and In British Columbia.' for such deposits arc known Ip c-iist near Ihe Alberta border-line. The program for the [orthcomins Industrial congress, dales August llr 16. has not yet bean completed; hut il will in all probability include an ad- dress by Dr. Allen shoulrt the sclent- Cases Agiinst Them Remanded To Be Tried By Special Court WINNIPEG, July leaders remanded lo appear; In 'city police court Friday will he remanded again, according to T. J. Hurray; counsel tor Ihe defense'. Aid. John Queen and A. A. Heaps and rt. B'., Bray will not return from Toronlo In" llnie to appear, he staled. Mr. Jlnrray declared Ms cller.ls 10 W. was killed In an auto mobile 'accident at Ueslor 'iTan: July G. terson, Australian, the Pat- tennis charaploDihlp here lo- ,day In the inlernatlonal tennis tourn- ament, by defeating Norman Brookes !of Australia, 6-3, 7-5, C-2. nii.i..j i.j _-- jiayp Dfefin ircD LO BO o n-i.v-> ist complete his work o( ItivenUgaJloii I n j t appcarance !n .roiirt, when before that Other icIenUHc- n men whom it is definitely annuonced will address o ft f TWO KILLED IN FREIGHT WRECK EDMONTON. July' the reault of a freight wreck on the'Canadian National Railway at o'clock. Sunday night, two miles weal of Onoway, two men are dead, one Is seriously hut not fatally injured and all engine and it relrlgeralor rare were reduced lo so much Junk. The dead arc Norman E. Horn- cr, hrakeman, and W. Young, engineer. "W. M. Glvcns, lirc- mao, Is inlured. F. McLanrin the congress are .Dr. of the University of Saskatchewan, Dr. and Dr. Kellc. Dr. HcCallum Is head of tho "research" berezu of Ihe Ottawa gov- eminent and will speak on4hd general phase of this branch of Industry. Dr. Keele will spelk on the clays c( the province, having also received an as- signment by the mlnlslcr of Industry within IhU province to' make a sur- vey of these deposits in Alberta. The scientific secllon of the pro- gram' (or the confess In quite an elaborate one. but II will only be inter sporsed with addresses of a moro g'n. Ural by iirlustrial and comrier .-.Iclal leaders of icltTnallonal fame. hey were released agree- ment lo, refrsin from participation in abor activities, so long-.as (hey an icarcd TS-hen retiulred. Eight aliens to go before an Immi- gration hoard who mny not be given a civic Irlal for parllclpation m the riots were named In the police court as follows: Antonio Mike -Anlochom, Mike Balacalki, John Grabskl, Adajn .Kpn- dakonskl; S. .laswakand, D.' Mur.ak. If thoy are ordered.to be deported no action will be lakcn on-the .rioting charges against them. Alderman Hoblnson slated today that Heaps. Queen nnd Dray had been sent lo Toronto by the DcrcnBC League. L. ARRAIGN Hirri AS O] PROFITEER FOR SENDINp Will Make No Attempt To Unite Germany Against Entente Wish'. PARIS, July Austrian gov has given at. the time being tbo Idea of a union wilh Germany. lir.'Olto ISacur, Ihe secretary of foreign affairs, declared In a, speech delivered week a Ihe congress held by the council n'ork Austria, small and mined, the (or elsn secretary Is quoted na declaring cbuld only cslsl hy. thtf'pcrmlssiou and asslslahce of the cnlentc, and Ihul Is why It'was abandoning Ihe Idea uniting with Germany at this time, as Austria was not powerful enough lo bflng about a union without Ihe assent of the entente." L ft, H.Rcosa TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND J.IGHT DBAYING bay nod Night Service FurnUuro 'and Pianos a spec- ially'. Orders for Hardlevillo sillcilod. WO'Scll lind deliver wood. Steve and 4 fool Icngtbi C.'O. D. -PHONE 1869 Office 922 2nd Avenua. South v UP THE PRICE OF EGOS -I'J2 I lay !t -'J TORRENTIAL RAINS THROUGHOUT MANITOBA .........__, July 't 1M, ro'infnll. accompanied by n'narn llglnlnE and heavy llnlu- dcr, ,'ealurcd a slorni which bhokc over Winnipeg nt o. m. today. Ilcports fro-n oul- 'nlflc-nolnls indlcaio that raln- fall wa'J general .throughout Manitoba and eouthorn Bask. See Us for Refrigerator lunch Cases THESE ARE NfJT THERMOS .KITS, BUT REAL REFRIGER- ATORS FOR CARS. THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. FOURTH AVENUE PHOHE 1907 Blrcet norlli, blames all his truullos ion the fcalliereil kind. JMI-'hacI was oommitlud for trial on a [''hHrgc of ;md operating a iiciuor still. Mm slory hu told Ijcict-live Rayer when thnt ofliccf him Umlcr arrcsi Hails to np- lliat Jolm Harlcycorn H Insidiously extending Ijaleful'Hway, Michael in Ihfj pouUry liuslnesfi a and lUHilfeil the officer that he operated llic sllll solely to riro- I duce (.or lilfi chickens, claiming lhat it made them lay. According (o H. C. Iliiynea, Govern- ment liquor vennCir In Calgary, (here han teen n great falling off In luo Ealc ol UovQrnmcnt liquor, freighter Glcnisla. ashore, in Jackllsh U'.'y William, is now in dry dock at Porl NOW 18 THE TIME lo have lhat damaged Urn, vulcanized. Ko tile over grew less by, being lilcuteil. Have 113 and longH Ufa In ymir tires anj- punctured or worn parts. Odr work will glvo you mnny.morc miles ot service from your llrc-s at a very lltllo txpenso. It la tiro cost reduction of the most practical kind, VtlenV Tire and 6th Street South W-11 illard SERVKE STATION I Satisfaction The boss, often says lo me: "You can't control the a 'man Icels when he drives Into this may bo. paying a friendly call loigel Informalloii, ho may be towed In because ol battery trouble, he 'may be hap- py, or or haK-way.be- twcen. "Hut one Ihlng you can al- do, sciid Eatls- fica." _ And lhat'a my Job. When the Job'B (lone It will bo done right. If you wnnt advice, If veto want service. If you "want ropers, If you ncpil a now battery, .cpme to hatlnry service headnuarlcrs. N'o onb'Cnn liavo your Intor- more'at hedrt than llie'com- nany who first oreanlzcd Iraln, cirijaltery service, whose bat- Icrlcs Installed by thc-grcal majority of car hulldcra. -Phone 616 311 7th Street- Soulh GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS A'CETYLENE WELDING A'C The Allen Jack Co.; Ltd, 2nd opp. Phont 1tVM BOULTON'S AUTO LWERY Our Hales Aro IlcanonaSlt Our Service- Iho Dcil TRY Ufl Office Phone Phon..........1098 K-W. Service Station Service Station forUho famous K-W, MeinclOBf V'Tlll stock pi Mnsilctds o( all makca repaired. MAQNET6 RECHARGED ,The Roy EUctric Co, 918 4th Avenue floutll PHONE 73S OVERLAND PARTS WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF O.VERLAND PARTS IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA, FORD CAR FOR SALE CHEAP D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOUpTH AVENUE SOUTH, LeTHBRiDQB .i. ;