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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY. JULY 11, 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER" li McManus bM-DO VCU THINK I'M TO LET YOU SNORE AHOOND HERE AID ANKO-C EVErVT- AN' TALK r ONCE IN AVH'X.E.t In The Major Leagues Intermediate Game Spoiled By The First Win Eooih Lstbbritlge bv their over tho Vela last night in (he Inter- mediate League notched their first two points in HID series, and incidentally spoilt iha Veterans' chances ol win- ning the league. A ivorse night for a game could hardly be Imagined, great clouds of dust frequeptlj matins it impossible .ror Lho boys to see Ihe ball, and for the iew spectators irlio brayed tte storm to see the contestants. Neither team iras at lull strength. the soldiers only fielding nina men at one time. Good football impos- 3 p rubabt v TV n en J im my aiter sonic nice icund hiuiseir with au opeu goal, and noting. lo do but nul in Uic ball, bui somehow u-lien Jimmy' fired hts volley the crossbar several feel too let- down. aniKbis shot, went sailing over lo (tie Auditorium. added itie third goal for I'HK South with a dandy sliou Towards Lbe end of the lialt, hi a Tuii-up around tbe Soulh's goal, Ibe Yets secured a penalty kick. Sieclo was ralher anxious to register something for his side and planted his shot and d, but the had Baseball in the Sunny South Ciinndian Council of Agriculture KiMrs iMuch Alanipulalion On Short Crop be retaken. This linic Collier was wailing vftL in's arms out, and Stcelc put iho ball juJt where Collier want- ed it. Hani luck for the Vcls. Nolh- lag further resulted .nnd iho same petered nul. The SouOi vlnoing by goals to nit. sible, as Is always tbe case Tvlth tha youngsters, some nice "were witnessed. "Monday" well! known in.previous years soccer, and an old Teteran at-tbe game, handled I ..thc-'whlstlc, a fouls, be had little lo do. The first half was particularly Street Car in Ottawa Backed Into Line .of Wailing Motor Cars OTTAWA, July lO.-rFive motor [cars were badly Smashed and an old 'nan named Bradley was-seriouslr in- pleasant, (behind helping the young-1 jared when a street car Lacked into sters lo keep the Vets penotfl In their a line of motor cars IbLs.flleriiQon. A lialf for tie'major part of the period., Oant scored, eariy lor the South from a nice shot from the right wing, anJ [tbo same, plsyftr repeated hls.sfaot 'on swreral occasions, but Smith had ine brakes, but instead of dcinE {his. them mostly covered.- The second fpAl wag-scored by Colter, at centre, beat'Smith 1n the corner of (he t net. v. i sebond halt was more and the Vet a tried hard to scare, bntr al- though tbey had lols of (he same. Col- lier was safe. The motl exciting part trolle.v on a lyOeaji slreef car came of! and Iho slreeVcar. following was the cause o[ the accident to put- on Detests Macleod PoundtiiE PenflcrgaEt tor 14 at the same tiinc giving excellent support to Ineir pitcher. L'anlston ped oft tbe ball ganio Macleo'l There was plenty ui triappy ball on both sides, losclher wiili llnioly hil- liag and errors which hepL Ihe Tans on cdfio all tho way throucb. Tho final score was CarJston lias sot through the season" so tar with hul one defeat that being at Ibe hands ot the Macleod team livo Mfceks ngo when they lost .by tbe sccre o: IVciinesdfty's grirne more tb'an wipes out that defeat. The CardatoD team is shoeing lols of pep aud cleaning- np thing before them. On Friday ol this v.-eek we JwlH hare a visit from' ivhen the famous Lewis will up against Heazer. Wednesday's game by innings was as follows: Macleod.......... 203 100 Cardslon ill 024 The line-up: .3b; McLaren, c; Murphy, McPbcrson, Ib; Gard- ner, Tf; ES; rf; E.; Peudergaat, p. Long. ES; JIcKenzle, c; HuEsel, rf; Ileifl, II; R, Lone, 3b; G. Calrncross, Ib; ?latkinr cf; L. Cairncross, 2b; Beazcr, p. Grlswoia of Spring Coulee was the umps and gave lair satisfaction. Want Amafcsur Cards The Cards ton learn after WINNIPEG. July deletes to ihe Canadian Council of Agrleul- iure in fcssion here seem pretty much a unit h: tleeiring that the Do- minion government should gel Into line iriili tlic United Stales and otbcr govornnjenls in IliinK the pries of Iho Tvhcat crop. They Jcar lhat if ilils Is not (lone they ivlU be liable to exploitation by the narrow mnrfect ilut will be con- trolled from Winnipeg, for practlcaHy ibe Winnipeg Grain Ktcbanse will be ;he only open wheat nmrttt in llic world, If ihe price Is not lixed. It is, howev'er, more or less ot au open secret that tha executive ol the Groin Is by" no menus enthusiastic at (be prospect of having agatn and untlcr present con- ditions an open wheat market after ihe war measure tloscdoivn o[ the psst two or iliree Such a market would have no, world marfcels, such as capo and Liverpool, id lean upon and would, bs In the position 50 far Is, crillca among -.organized, farmers arc coacorned, of secmlns arbilrariJy lo set -prices. In tho. interest of the fulure of the grain nxchange Itsolf a good .many af its rnembcrs feel that i.L Itl be unwlso to establish an open market, as..It- bo liable lo be. closed1 dotyn later on "by the Dominion In the event of llie.'latter 'lioaliy advisability br'a'tlxecl price' for.ihis jc-ar's ivheat crop. Altogether (here Is more unanimity than might Shave been the' in favor ol a (iicd price (or'wheai: the provincial BiuaCcur championship. They culled up the yesterday in. ibe rcrersB, wilh ]hft result lo lesn where to apply (or amaieur that the ]tvzUlhg motor rara a'ere and vrere direcled to conimunt- med. Occnpanla 'ol the several cars eatc Kilmer. Cardstoti received minor Injuries, while Bradley had several ribi fractured. The car was In' charge of new men. taking the places of strikers. cbaKengeil Calgary. I j Night Service McLaughlin iHh Street South For Lbe coQTerjieace and tel- lar Service lor oar cua'LomcrE, we aro Kcpared io taito on Bd- diiional work at nlgbta, Can and polished, waied or slmonlied at reason- able rates (work done bj Old carriage Trdclcs washed, oiled and grcated. Cars greased Tire repairs, etc, Emergency calls promptly at- tended to. Cars Btored in our Garage are well looted arter.....' LETHBRIDGE 3leve Lawion ..Manager Night Foreman WE ARE NOT IN THE LIVEHY, BUSINESS IFrorri Our Own fEatiie, July a meetloE hel.-I night In the studio.of'J. K; SpaW- ing preliminary steps were.Uken Ing lo Ik? formation of a ToDttat.As- soclallon, '.with 'the single object o[ promclioff Ihe tourist ihrough Ins Nett Pass, by .getting in louch with ajmllar organizations throughout'. piuad'B and the Rlates. -Mr. Gould, of the Czih ilarliet, was temporary chairman, and Mr. Spaldlne acted AS secretary. An eiccutlvfe committee wea formed with power to add to IUs unmber and InBtrucled to draft a program and other matters lo lie submitted (o a [called cneeling -for ratification. All other organizations were in- vlled lo co-operate with tile proposed association In attaining Ha oulect 'of Increasing Ihe tourist Irarel througn.lhe Paps, Its main asset he- Ing the grand scenery and fine roads. lo supply a more Jc-rlniu of the district ana IU attractive tea- lures. Tne weather here has turned decid- edly warm again. Ihe mercury reaching the 90 mark thi! afternoon. Chicago -New YorV: 41 Cleveland........ SL Louis........ 3J Detl'oll.......... a 4 Dosloti........... ai) Washltiglon...... an Philadelphia...... 17 J'J 32 37 4D 4S .507, I lams f..... '053 FhilaOc-lphla and Senators Split DETROIT. July and Washington divided n double header today, the locals winning tho first game by good batting. 11. II. E. Washington 5 7 1 Detroit......... li II i Harper, Craft mid tihurrily; Dailss and AlnsmiUi. Scconrt game 11. H. K. Washington 0 2 Detroit 5 3 7 Johnson and Piciuich; Leonard, Ayres, Cnnm'neharn and Ainsinilb. Sox in First Place CHICAGO, Julr went Into first placo today by defeating Philadelphia, 3 lo 2. n. H. E. Phlladelplib S 3 Chicago............ U 10 2 N'aylor, Grevcll and McAvoy; Wil- liams and Schalk, Lynn. Leaders Drop Ohs; Win One CLEVELAND. July and York broke ercn today. New Tork winning the first to 0. and Cleveland second 7 lo 3. 41 40 40 All Nntioual League games poned, ralu. INTERNATIONAL Ilinghairjpton ___'........... Toronto (All others noslponod. .511 .406 uost- PACIFIC COAST Seattle.........-.............. Sacramento 'eraon an Francisco Portland i.............. Sail Laho Oakland First game York.. Qulnn and .Hnnnnh; O'Neill. Second New York Cleveland Thormahlcn, Russell, n. II. E. 1 1 I 0.5 4 Myers anil :R. II. E: .i 7 2 Smallwooil. ormacn, s, aiv nnti Kue'l; 'Jasper. 0'- Seamen of Lord Erne Who Res- cued (he Crew'of'Wrecked Ship St Louis Took a Pair i ST. LOUIS, July was defeated twice today in a double er. 5 to 1 and 4 to 3. n. II. E. Boston.............. 1' 5 St. Louis S '2 Jones, Dumont and Schang. Wal- ters; Wcllmonaiid Severold. Second K. [I. Boston............... 3 n 1 St. Louis 3 Caldirell, James and Schrvng; Shorter, ICoob, Gnllla and Severold. Demand Rsignalion of Every 0. B. U. Sunporler on Execu- live of Trades Council RIOTING AT HANOVER JulX Rtvcral persons were killed anil wounded In the flgnUng Monday al Hanover when mob released tlic prisoners In tho cosllc and the delon- lion Martial law has tiuon proclaimed there. lhat the resignation of officer of the Saskatoon Trades and Lalxir Council who _waa in favor o[ Iho One Big Un- ion should be demanded by (lie mem- bers of lhat council, the Saskatoon Typographical Union last night intro- duced a resolution into the larger l.ody. Warm discussion followed In which it was chargeri that thfc Typos already had their own "One Illg Union" In the form of the Allied Printing Trades. The president refused lo any statement until rcriucsted by a vote ot the council to do so. This the council rctusen1 lo do in stile of the expressed threat .that Ihe Typos would withdraw their support from tile council. TJtc members of Ihe new council, them- Hclvea ami suspected of One !lig Union aenlimenU. could not he installed until Iho further aclbn ths Typos is dcriilorf unon ami it u-aa decided (o postpone Inatalllitlon of the. tauucU'x new ptliceri. OTTAWA. July Canadian Bovernment through tlie naval depart- ment has presented hands.ome nieces of plate lo Capl. A. Unwin. First Of- fleer M. lloberls, Fourth Engineer J. A. W. McCaJJIster and. Gunnera J. Hart and 0. C. Calender N. Turner, apprentice, of the steamer Lord Erne, of Belfast, Iri acknowledge- ment of the heroism displayed In'the rescue of Che shipwrecked crew o( (he bfeainor I'crcescen. The rescue Toot place in the Atlantic or) Feb. 'J. 1518, during extremely rough weather, when Ihe Percescen was in a finking con- dition and the ixird Erne ivas serious- ly damaged. BELIEVE IT WAS (PLEADS FOR LENIENCY FOR RETURNED SOtDIEfl (Sce Us for Lunch Gases THESE ARE NOT THERMOS KITS, BUT REAL flEFRIGER. ATOH9 FOR OAH6. THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 41S FOURTH AVf.HUE 'PHONE' ISO.' The S'ew Weslmlnsltr Trades and Labor council rcfweed ''lo recognize Ihe credentials of Ibc rjelegates from Ihe engineers' section o( tbe One Dig Union.. New Sarage Oas fliul Tructor Experts; Cars Oi'orliluilerl; a g II G t 0 3 Charged and Jtcpalred. The Mechanical Garage Corner 4th Avtnue and 3rd St. Ccsy Roller! R'nk. Phone 1190 v i July gathered by the police In the Klllott case Indicated strongly to them, it was said, that tho case ivrts one of Euiclde. Al midnight a shot was hcard- v A maid went to Mrs. Elliott's v room and (ounj Iho door locli- cd and barricaded with fur: ullure. ATI entrance was fore- ed.anil the body of Mrs. E3. Hole was found, willi n'art ot Ihe head'blown away. A dls- charged ailolgun was beside the'body. Lethbridge Aquatic Association Club House Henderson Lake Membership Fees: Men ......'........v.i.1. Ladles and Boyt J1.00 Canaes for hire (o members Ofetilng Rooms and Conven. fences for Bathing Apply to: n. ANDREW SMITH Hon. Secy-Treasurer phone 64) WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon Moose Winnipeg............... (Called end HATS OX ttTffa-S'Kis, ,LA D July u. Uodiia, before .Mr.- Justice JIcDonnld st (lie court loday, gullly lo the charpea ut laha pre- tences, forgery, ilf.ttftinr.o [mil rob- l.cry. W. II. Ilaslinfis, in.n vlc-z'lunl-l ing over Ihrec bourn, asked for ihe' leniency of llic court on Ijchaff of Iloil'li, whom he iioinlcd out was woiinfled overBea? rule] returned Jn a mental physical wreck. He rcmanilecl tor scnlencc. WillSM SERVICE STATION I C. Marker, jirovfnc'al dnlry com- missionor, Is of onlnfcn that n scrioni bntter shortage confronts Canada, nnd Ihst there ivlll be ua marked decline 'Jn firlcca CLOSING THE BREACH. In your tiro, with our nn-lo- ililo vulcRndlng proccsa h like hcalliiB ft.wound In your body, nnrt'the wo ilo H, It plan soiled. .You can run your llro over tho roughest cohllo stones nriil treat It lite same as you would a new lire, for II IS n new tire lo ail Intents and purposes, .Veteran Tire ud 4M 6th South Satisfaction The 'boss often-says to me: "Vou can't control the way a man [eels when he ilriveq Into this may be paying a friendly call lo get Information, ho may be' towed in because of he may'be hap- py, or. half-way bo- Iweaii. "FJut'onc thing you. can ;il- do, send him nway anllB- lied." And that's iny Job. the job'B done It dono right. If you v-fint'.ntlvice, if you want soryicc, U you repairs, it you need n new hattcry, conio lo battery ecrvlco hcaikiuartcrs. .N'o nnc c.i.11 bare your Intcr- csl moro al heart than Iho Com- liaiiy-wbo first o'rgBiilzea (min- ed lialtcry strrlco, Imt- lerlts nrc'lnelnllcil by the great mnjorjtyjof ciir'bjilldors. 311 iSlrect South EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Quaranlwd A Written Gusiaslea fur i tear and a Hall with New Bit- terlej, J. D. THOMPSON Phone H66 718 Ztt S. RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done By Ui. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Sculh PHONE 1664 GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie'i Vulcanizing Opposite El I lion Mllli GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 5lh STREET SOUTH J. W. Jackson After spending Ilia past four years on acllva service, U now open for business In tbe old Acaio Plumbing Bids., 1257 Elh PLUMBING, HEATING. GAS FITTING Temporary Phone 483 TRANSFER. BAGGAGE AND LIGHT DRAYINQ pay and Nlebt Service Furniture and Pianos a spec- ially. Orders for Hardlcvilla We sell and deliver wood. Stove-.and'4 fool G. O. D. PHONE 1S89 Office 922 2nd' Avenue South GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Aver Hottl Phone 1M4 BQULTON'S AUTO" LIVERY Our nates Are Our Service tho Dest TRY US Office Residence .Phong .....t...10d K-W. Service Station Service Station' for Iho fa'inoin K-W Wagncloj. Pull stock of parts carrlc.l. Magnetos o( all malics repnlrod. MAQNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenu< South _______PHOMt 731 OVERLAND PARTS FORD CAR FOR SALE CHEAP D. S. WILLIAMSON CO NINT.H 6TBEET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LtTHBRIDOI ;