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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta K 3.1X THE MiTHDniDtiE PA1LY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JULY 9. 19151 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMamis EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF CATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guvintetd A Wrllltn Cnaranlea tor i fear auj a Hall with Da'.- lerlcs. J. D. THOMPSON Phone'1B66 716 Srd AVI. 3. Sport Page fr JMCtUES II Under tKs direction of the L. A.A.A. teams are busy this morn- i Ing scraoing the new diamond for the big ball games this afternoon when Barons and Champion.will claih in a. double header In the first two scheduled games, of 'these teams In the secoYid half of the Southern Alberta League sea- Ion. The diamond ic bslng swit- ched In Iront of the old L'leachers, and wilf be in The Vans an; on: their toes'for the big event, and the tlggest crowd in years will jam the park during the afternoon and evening. Lelhbridae nl9h cla'ss ball aoaln .and on the .re- sult may depend whether an at- .tempt will be msde to put an inde- pendent team' in Lethbrldje next year. i Barons with crowd's of 'rooters arrived In city about-noon for the first game'at 3 o'clock- The teamt are expected to.line-uo at follows: 2b; Berg, t.5.; Nick Williams, 1b; Nelson, c.: G.'.Moore, 3b; Slasher. I.I.J- Hanten, r.f.; Hovey, Juney and Gfaven, pitchers and.centre field. Hughes, Zh; ,Jen-. (tins, r.f.; Fortler, c; Burroughs, 3b; lb.; C. Starr, l.f.; Kidd, j.j.1, Halnes and SileV, pitcherf. Yes, sure, Williams Is old Nick WHIiarr.i, hero of a hundred "diam- ond fights in .the' Northwestern League: He handled team the last year was in the league. He performs at first for the Barons crew. "And Berg l> .our old friend Ofcar Berg'of War- time of Deyllt Lake, K. p.. SI Pleh's home- Juney, Hpvey Nelion and Gtayen all. played in the W. C. L. this year arid e'vriry- body knows the two Moore boys who used to cavort with the local t team In Ihc palmy days of Wally Wheeler. And on the Champion line-up there TB at one time was star catcher in the Western Canada League, ahd a few others not so well known perhaps but all fast on the' diamond. Thesi two games here today are practically the flrst of the second half ;of the .S. A. L. Barons Is determined to win this half to have .the. "privilege of playing off the championship with Champion. The finl game Is it three o'clock and'lhe'second al 6.30. -Let's go. BOTH LEAGUE FIXTURES Both gam'ci of double- headers 'are league fixtures, ss may be seen by-reference lo the new schedule of Ihe second half of the 'Si on an-: olhif part'-cf" this page. Puts SI. George's in Second Place and Supporters Wear A Smile wli-li. wilL a d-.mJy shot, drawing1 even, i-2. Kicilemenl began to take liold ol Ihc faus to who would score Ine I winning coal, but as the game wenl I ou it seemed lo offer nolhir.g but a ilraw.v Tlio Saints kepi an their pres- sure, however, and were, rewarded when Slil Wallis. from a forward pass, ruslicd in and scored No. 3. Shortly after, llolberlon pui in a sllff ball that hit the cross bar, Weslley catching it ou the rebound aud with- out hrsilalloil baugetl in Xo. ,-1. Some near shots followed. Wallis. and Weslley each Ir.viug. but no further scoring place. The teams lined up as follows. Ihe Callies making Borne changes as Ihe same went on: St. Georges: XosbiH and .'earson; WoPls, llolberton and Firtli; Pearson, Hincks, Clayton and Hestwlck. Mclntyre; McIIvenna and Douglas; Campbell, McFarlane, Walts McKay, (Knigllt, Colkuhouu, Irwin Breeze. J. (Jurr refcrced. Si. George's United their win over tie Callies last night at Ec'i- slorm jump into second placo in (he leapie. and the old Si1 O. E.-players on the ,'eam have Ihc satlslaction of al last' humbling the Callies, who have ridrien oytr Inera [or several r vears past. team the Sons beat In the vast, the Callies have for yenrfl been their boodoo. and even in the opening gaoie of this season's sched- ule. when the Eainls a great game, the Callies finished win- ners by two goals to one. The Saints opened the scoring CINCINNATI; July Kearns inanagCT'of Jack Dempsey, announcci .here last night tharhc' received cablegram from Promoter Cocbrane i _________ _ ioon pans, bfferlnj; Dempsey J125.000 to after Ihe kick-off, and retained .Ihei'l [jguj Ihe Dinner of the George one goal lead until the last minnle otl Carpeiitier-Johvi Beckett bout, whlc the first, .half, when the Scotchmen i3 scheduled to' lake place Ip Engian drew teams, crossing over ihis month. iainis s'eemed'to so to pieces, doing one condition imposed-by-He prom 'ter, which is that the fiehl be, hel j JInnaser Kearns said he ile'avor to -bring cham pion 10 this country to meel Dempse whether Beckett, hut f he caniiot, will consider Dcmpsey's solDg to''Eorope lo fight: After noon at 3 Night at (Leaders of Southern Afberta Barons TWO GAMES ECK8TORM PARK Admission 50c rFrom ntr' OTTD CHAMPION., July 8. baseball fans are rejoicing in the win; nlng of Ibe league schedule by Iheir Leam. "While not so. largely press' agehled aa the Barons or the "Spoonerites" ol considerably lesg onlside help than was 'employed '.if these ieama, .they kept rlgbt on playing ball and their re- cord of five wins and one loss Is par- ticularly gratifying on accounl of the ocal players haying been" so largely esponiibje. t The new league series peas here on Friday witli Claresbolm. Champion will hold a baseball tour- amehl and puljm a'-program of ports on Saturday, July IS, lo'assist n Ibe peace celebration scheduled for hat day. A big attendance is anlici- laled. Following is the schedule 'for ilhe. remainder 'of the season: JulyJ al Wednesday, July al and with" a 1- tie. 'Early "in'lnti second the Callies scored sgnln. au'd The little right. This did not last long however, and when into the forward line, llieir play was more aggressive, ami.they soon drew level; "with the'score standing at 2-2. Then'the Callies defence began to cracfc "under the Englishmen's pres- sure! the latter adding two more goals and winning by four goal? to two. .For once Ihe Saints Belied a full team and except Ion Ihe, eitrly part of period, pill up a good g'ame." Ttic Callies, liowever. had 'dif- ficulty in gelling ar." eleven oh Ihe field, the absence of and Their lisa-ally sate goalie, Mclntyre-was noKup lo his !oru4 and although making Ebme good .clearances, was. .unable to hold Dempsey expects to'accepl the cha il was' said. huV objects lo th the, persistent attacks of the forwards. Sairita Wednesday, July Champion, al'Lelhbridge. Friday, July Champion. The First Half Thi Callies attacked al the opening, jut th'e Saints followed" Immediately In TheTMiajor Leagues NATIONAL Won. cw York 43 nclnnatl 4f> llcngo.......... ;iS rooklyn......... itteburg uo t. Louis'.......... 27 oslpn 21 tiUadelpbiii .V. 'IS Lost. 21 24 32 34 r.c. .672 .507 .357 .391 .230 AMERICAN Won. 40 40 37 New York Chicago Cleveland St. Louis Dolrolt 32 Uoston 30 "Washington 2S Philadelphia i.. 17 Wheat's Homer Did It nitOOKLYX, July Wheat's Lome un. after (Jrlffitli had reached first. on the. opening game of the scries rom Piftsburg today. to 1. iltsburg 1 5 1 _ illllcr, Hamilton and Schmidt; Ca- ore and Krueger. Giants Again NEW YORK, July Xew York ualcd St. Louis today, S to 1. Louis 1 3 ETT York S 11 Doik, Meadows and Snyder; Btnton nnd McCarty. I Home Run Won Another PHILADELPHIA, July Ilendrix' lomc -run scored the winning ruu igalnat Philadelphia in Ihc opening arne .of tbe series today, y to 4. mak- ing 1'2 straight defeats' for the locals. 34 I'.C. '.645 .1115 .5Cl .500 .4G9 .42J .274 ST. Cleveland Wins LOUIS, -July Cleveland bunched four 'of.. Ihuir nine hits of! Koob in the second liming ami defeat- ed St. vi !i S. 4 9 Ilagby and Koob, Wright aud lOnly ono saine played.) PACIFIC COAST 10 Chicngo.............. 5 Philadelphia 4 S 4 Hendiii and KilHfer; Smith 'and Clark. t Braves and. Reds Split BOSTON, July nnd Cin clniiaU divided'a double-header today, Boston taking-the first game, 9 to 2, and Cincinnati winning the secoutt, -1 to 3. First'game: Cincinnati 7 Boston....- Ring, lillcbell and Gqwdy. Second game: 4' 9 3 Los Angeles Sealtlc Salt Lake Oakland San' Francisco Portland .-.A Sacramento Vcrnon n rtf. j lludolph Clncinnall loslon......... WESTERN CANADA Winnipeg..... Regina ...___. Moose JaVv Saskatoon Eller and Harlden; N'ehf and Gowdy, Tragesser. .INTERNATIONAL Reading...........'..' Jorsey'Cny Duffalo ___ Newark Hioghamton Toronto Seven forest fires arc now raging at with a return sjiollcd by Alltlbl on tho line ol the Trans- side. Firth early tried Ills luck wilb long one ;which. Maclntjro only partially punched clear, conceding a corner. The Callies, after the clear- ance, Saints end. Breeze shooting by. Beatwick secured on the goal kick, taking the ball up Ihc wing, passing to Hiiiclis to Pearson, who bhol, Just missing the upright. The Callies then got away and looked dangeroua for a mlnule or two, when Irwin with a abol over. Some' pressure was flien put on Ihe Englishmen, and Bestwick-again look the ball up the field and passed lo Pearson. Maclntyre ran out to inter- cept, but Pearson was first wilji-his shot and easily scored. Saints 1. For continental Major J. H. ilillard, M. C., ofiicer dispersal Station K.i'at Tecumseh" barack, London, nas resign- ed. I s. Tnesilay, Jnly Tournament. All 3 while Uie Saints were on the delon- teams at Thursday. July a1. Baronl. Carmangay at Clareshoim. Saturday, July All trams at Champion. Wednesday, July All t4ams a I Barons. al Clarca- holm. Carmangay al Champion. Wednesday, July All Claresnolm. League Standing The following IE the standing of Ihc IcaniB at tho -conclusion of Ihc ilrst i the Caliles trying hard to even up shot a good one over, and McIIvenna headed in, Paraona fating each. The rest of Ihe half was mid- fieln, each side being visited at times. Jual a minute before half lime, in a bit of "a mlx-up OTI tbc Salnls goal line McKaj received Ihc hall on Ihc chest, and easily put il Into the not, thus evening up the score. 1-1. The Second Half fierieB of games arranged: Won. Champion ri Barons -1 2 Claresholm 0 Lost. 1 3 2 4 'iho attach, llrcczc centred lo Irwin who for ttic moment" was unguarded ijlParEona ran oul of his goal, and Ilial proved his downfall, Irwlll scoring .soil one. The Calllefl were now lead !ouojing 2-1, anrl HI despite 1hc fE A STERN HATS' CAPS New Oaa md Oil Traclor'Ejperts; Cars Overhauled; Chargei] nnd Ilcpillrcil. The Mechanical Garage Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd SI, Cosy Roller Rink.- Phone Night Service McLaughlin Garage 11th Street South For Ihe coriTcniencc ahd lervifervlec _fGT pur cujtomerK, wo are prepared to tfthc on .id- (II lion al work at' Dlghta. CirA Trashed and polished, waxed or Elmonlzed at reason- able rates (work done, by- Old CDUD try carriage wa Tracks oiled and Ercaeed. t Cars greased and oiled. Tire repairs, etc. Emergency'calls nromjUly at- tended; Cars stored In our Oarage arc well looked after. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, Ltd. Arthur Barntley Stave Lawson I Mtnager Night Foreman WE ARE NOT IH THE LIVERY BU3TNESS Lethbridge Aquatic Association Club Henderson Lake .Membership 53.00 Ladies.and. Boys Canoe's for hire to members Dressing- Rooms and Conven- lencet'-for Bathing Apply lo: SMITH Hon. Secy-Treasurer Phone 643 pcrauaalon of the fans, Eecmeil lo die' away. Thon Holhfirton See Us for Refrigerator lunch Gases THEiiARE NOT THERMOS KITS, REFRIGER- FOR CARS. THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 411 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 1907 went Into thc> anrl put scnmi lite tntoj the Wesley a i centre, I'earaon E.ccurcil ami sent hy, j Clayton, Pearson and Wealcy figuroi! in some nice combination, iho latter piilting in a hnaiil.? hit tlie crosa har. Ilt.lhcrlon, now playing a whalo of a game, pafjod to nrnlwlck, who shot pasl, followed, Im- mediately by a header which nearly; did the trick. The Salnls 'now the Callkfl V'ing, Hnlberlon put Jn a liard shot, whlrh Mac aaved on (he j post. Some pretty work hy and Clayton ended NOW 13.THE TIME lo have Hint damaged .lire vnlcanlic'l, So liio (royW over g'rev.- leas ne- glcctfd. iiul .new mrt In your tire" by vulcanlzlnB my puilclured or worn pans. Our work will give yon many more miles of BCrvIco from your UrcB at a very llllle eipennc. "11 Is tiro cost reduction of the most practical hind. Veteran Tire arid. Replr Ct. 406 et' i I I Willard SLRVICl STATION Satisfaction The boap pllen says to rao: "Von caii'l .control Ihc. way a man Icels'.Theh ho rtrlTcs Inlo Ibis paying a friendly call lo' ccl Inlcrmallun, he be lowed. because ol hallery Iroublc, he. may be hap- py, or aiigry, or haK-way bc- Iwecn. V, one thing you can al- do, send him (away aatlo- flCd." i I And Jqb. Ihe Joh'a Jorio It will bo ilone rlehl. K yoil wc'ntjidrleo, li rou wan! service, It- yoir'waol repairs, .ft you nccd.i new'ballcry. come lo scrylcc hcadquarlcrs. Xo oiifi cfl'n liav'd your Inter- eat morb ftl hearl lhan Ihc com- pany who nVal cd ballery acrvlco, whose bal- (cries nrC'iriHtnKcrl hy Hie grcal majorlly o( car bulldora. PHone 616 311 7th Street South RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done By Ui. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbrtdge Vukankinj Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1664 GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE -.REPAIRS Ritchie'i Vulcanizing Opposite Ellnon GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS THE RADIATOR 'MAN 418 5th STREET SOUTH J. W. Jackson After spending the paat.-four years on active service, la now open for business In the o.d Acme Plum blag 1257 Gth PLUMBING, HEATING! GAS FITTING ______Temporary Phone 483 LA.H. TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND LIGHT DRAYING Day and Night Serrice Furniture and- Pianos laity." ..Orders Mor 'soliclle'd: We' sell 'nnd-dellrer wood. Steve and 4 foot ,C. O. D. ..PHONE 1869 Office 922 2nd. Avenue South GRAY-DQRT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The ADen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd opp..Leihbrldgl HDH1 Phone 1M4 K-W. Service Station "orvico Stailon for Iho famoun nlagnoloa. full of parts carried. MRgnclOg-of ftll makes repaired, MAUNETS RECHARGED The Roy Eleclric Co.' 4lh Avenue' South PHONE 735' OVERLAND PARTS WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOC'K OF OVERLAND PARTS IN SOUT.HEflN ALBERTA. FORD CAR FOR SALE CHEAP D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUThJ, LCTHBRlbOE ;