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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAU5 Stt THE USTHBIWDGE DAILY HERAU> JULY 12, 1010 UP FATHER" By G. McManus ATOP AT THIS QUIET OLD H.CC5E I'P LIKE TO KNOW TO BOYS' TEAM Thert wfll be a practice of all boys under iwenly OD Mon- day ui on ihe Kisib pvenue grounds in order 10 form a ball "learn it? represent ihe city. Everybody iurn out. of gumes are Already arranged Tor. FOOTBALL NOTES BY ROVKR I The past week lias not bteu a par- "f 1 ticularly-strenuous one for Ihe boys who mafco up the different teams oi Although the croud al n ill Coaldale 2-0 in Great Catch. By Strong the leagues. Tuesday's game was a fair one. teresl in the senior league 1 1 havo a team in mJnd tbnt mfty lake' p. lima o[ iho coticott out of ellher Calgury team ip tlrev and arc given a fair show in iho Bennett Shlold competition. Next Week's Games MohUay North Irfthurldgo va ;ji Ihe inlcrrnetilalc league al Adams I'arV, i Lethbrldgi- vs in Ihe ae'nior leapuc B.I Ad ams Park. Tueaduy 15tb, Duff vs South nt Kck- siofoj park in ilie The draw for Iho Scoli Cup did no! umtcrlulUc last iiighi. the Icaguo .Ijoiug- unaroiJaWy poatpoiiud until next voek. Thpre promises to he quito a little sH'ltehing of players Tor this touruamcnL. and providing li 10 strengthen the .iveakcr teams Lcthliridee ball team looked like a roilliOil dollars in Iheir 2-0 win from Irrlgntors .last .night. De 3Iar had belt .crew feeding Irbni his salary-hand, letting theni down with two siingy hits.' He had a stone Wall behind him. the "plarlag almost errorless balk ThoMocals fielded what looked likd Ibe'liest line-up of the year. Jce Gil1 Baseball in the Sunny South tically since the Veterans have Barons 10, Car man Barons pilchyrs hard "anfl won. Thursday's game al Carmaueay. 10 10 o, Juney Barons and tnade'.a TlrsL class job of Three base hits. Powers. Juncy; Str.ict out by.Hovey 10, by llerlak 1, by RpuntJs 1. Ballerles: Barons. Hoyey and Juu- Rounds, Xaf-. anfl Jensen. liesl o'n'-'lnird ind .Munroe oflBarons... '..'400 010 14 short looh everything'that came their Carmangay 300.000 5 "6 way; Cecil Gillies'in, leit came in and! Two'base hits.-Berg, Juney, speared one cl6se to Ihe lefl Held foul' line with his bare hand. Charlie O'- Connor scorns lo be acquiring the Bahft Ruth homer every game lo save himself' the trouble of loafing around any intermediate sta- tion. "Kohle p'itched great hall [or Coaldale and Iheir right fielder staged a.circ'ns catch that brought the crowd. Vp lls'fceL Mar pitching the hrand nf liall he put up last night and Ihe-same tebind him, ihc locals can mate a them slep yet- The Ijelh- hridge line-.up: O'Connor, duelled tie championship. Bui there was some ol the old time enthusiasm In the raceiiuff of the Collies and St. I Georges on TuesdSv. -From a foot- {ball slandpolat pot much I lo write aboul. hut as far as scoring was concerned, interest- St. George? first look ihe lead, which lasted until the first half was practically finished. Then the Callies put In-o goals on, and Ifie prospects o! the Saints winning werp very slim. The latter seemed to have DO life left [or a time, unlll a slight changa in their lineup worked a und for Ihe rest of the game Ihey had the tallies where they wanted them scoring Ihreo more goals. Major Leagues NATIONAL New York Cincinnati Chicago....... Plttshurg Brooklyn St. Luuis Boston Philadelphia. 4S 10. a; 'a; Los I. 21 32 34 oi 4i 16 P.O. .507 .400 '.373 Chicago New York -f, Cleveland St. Louis Detroit Boston..... Hilladclphla, be worth while. d, however, and 1lle lest promises to be u HfcTe are..ihe; 'results''of' a' couple of games' Alberta League hot previously reported: 'Baronvat July 4'' 000 000 VulcanV'. 1 1 JUDior gaoie on Wednesday did not materialize. Ttie boys naa either the rouud auoui or.. baseball (crer. aud did not saon- up In anynuia'uers. [n UIQ intccinediate inatcli on .register ed their nrst IwcT points In the. league li is loo bad somebDdy did' not. take hold ot this team and coach !hem tiou, Ib ;'Krans, GiUiea. 1 iluriroc, E.S.; C. Gillies, i.f.; .300 3 5 3 f3'0 Juuby'aud'Nelson; Webb fini and Edwards. Ca'.inabgay at Barons; July: S c f.; Fair, r.C..' OU0.20L H S 001N013 S 0 '.an I Kelson; Rounds ar.d Jensen. In the latter -were tnur borne fav- era and Rounds. "along, for they have. the nucleus, of a eleven. Several off them wil' make, a addition 'to 'senior 'soc- cer's ranks during the next year L-. July Xcnsy.': ".Lalonde -aivl lhu National 'Lacrosse 'Thili TDUEI. Iheir own dispute. .was decided nt a meeting oi Ihe exec-: cf the- National Lacrosse Union, So Declares' Dr. Chown, Mclh- odist Church Head in Speech President Charon, of the was ni'nltendancL1 al .the meeting and slnte.d Ilial Lalondo had been suspend- ed vhV himself [or pUying Sunday held at the clubhouse ot the Ainritc-ur; Athletic 'Association last COf.UMDL'S.-'Ohio, July "Can- ada is stralegicully situated for blnrt- mtiutiii with SI. SCotio.uc, and not re-ling Great Rrifntn' and. (he United leased as Lalonile had contended. (states according lo Dr. S. With'a view to encouraging young B.' of the Melhodlsl 'layers, an amendment was made "16 chnrclAin" Canada, in an'addresa al 'Inij rules by which substitutes will be allowed at any time during the game. Un.der (he old system, substitutes were only allowed beginning 1 of each period. DAVIS APPOINTED TO INTERNATIONAL COURT WASHINGTON, July W. _ IJavls, American to. Great BrllaiD, Is understood to have been appointed .United represenla- tire of 'the; permanent court of. inter- Jna'tlo'nal justice, which la to be. formu- laled'by tberbaubcil'of-the league o[ ni'tlone.. JAPANESE-AMBASSADOR TO u. 3. CHANGED i-'f WASHIN'OTOM, Vlscoutll Jshli, Japanese '.ambassador to the United Stales, has'., reported his ar rival al Tokio and It waa strongly in thnkled among hla friends here to- day. that he would not return to but .wonld relinquish hla 1 ofilce, hccaiue of political changes In Jaet- the Japanese the Methpdlsl ccn'lenaiy eipoaftion here. tola borjo secure, wo map confidently assume the future peace, and progress .of the said Dr. Chown, Canada Is "not a her- mit hae In- crcsi and a world power. It 13-a power tbit shall be "needed to. make tie leag'ne pi nations a permanent In woTJrt'reconslrucllon. '.Dr. Chowrl..declared (feat thtTn Is a close bond between Canadians and "Tte cords that bind 113 arc as light as gossamer, but as' Elrcr.; as steel, said.Dr.. Caowji. fath- ers achieved 'our liberty -when they gained your own. .Our JlbeTty possea- sea every element, of freedom except- Ihe power .RAILWAY EARNINGS UP receipts of the Canadian National Railways for tha week ending July 7 were representing on Increase of overilhose of the correspond- Ing week ol lail ycnr. The total lor Ihe year to date was an Increase ot vlwo. .Cant at outside right plajs'a better game right now than 'some members of senior league, ani Collier, Coffey, Chapleau and Bowe'n will all sooii End ''themselves In re nuisitton for the The? know Ihe game and play 11 well. The defeat ol Ihe Vcls interned iates almost gives Norlh Lethhridsi the league. will begnidg' 'ihem'of their victory for they, have ipfayed good football throughout as 1' evidenced hy the table. Three -win: and one goals, for. ant one agalnsX is a pretty good 'rocbn for'four games. They .have, however l-wa'more games to play and will nccc lo .bike or their "There's many a Blip, etc., in Wo arc assured ql a great eshibi tion of the game on Wednesday next when; the Veterans "and- North l.eih bridge meet In jhcir roliirn roalch is incidentally lha. final game of the league. Although the blue cannot win llie Igague to give ihc champions a run for Iheli money, Jusl lo show they ar'o "still In Ihc game and have lots lefl in then yet. A win, or even a draw.'on Wed nesday again put them In secon place, from which Ihey .were hustled by St. in Tuesday's game. .Following [3. the position of ths teams In date- with games won, drawn or lost, and goals scored for and SI. The picnic of St. Palrick's parish, icld nl the Experimental farm under he the Ladies' Aid on the ninth Instant ,was an unqualified suc- cess. 'The general Tnacaget- was "Mrs. A. C. was asEistcd hj- the following Mrs. W. K. Mc- Mahon, Mrs. A. Turcotlc. Jli Flof- Jlrs. Ueraler, Mrs. Mulvlbill and >lrs. Slidolph. iThe 'early BlLetaboh glTen visiliug and in5 the .beauty (reshriess of the Parm ami surroundijig grounds, and afier i._baseball 'game oy Uie ,-ivere Jn- 'ulEcd In till parting- lime at Following is a lisl of (he winners in the chief events: 1st, jack-Sufe, donated jjr T.'J. Qufnn, won by Hugh Jick-Sife; npnaicd by T. J.. Qutan, won' by .Kel'j Bernard, Sack-race; by Dro-A-n, bby'3 donated Hugh' O'Neill; AMERICAN 41 11) 34 l.osL 32 .1.1 37 11 P.O. .ess .550 .515 .515 .414 .255 Flack's Homer Did It I'HILAUEU'llIA, July omer wilh ou hases flu the slilh, ollowcd by a walk, sacrifice and lek's double, scored enough runs for Chicago la beat Philadelphia today! Chicago C 9 0 'hlladelphia 3 10 2 Carter, Msrliu and Killlfer; Hogg, 'ackard and Adatna. Giants -Again ST, LOUtS, July N'ew York made It two oul cf Ihree from St. xjuis loday, winning 2 to 0- Louis ................0 2 Vew York.............. 2 9 I May and Dr.rnes and Gon :ale5. .Doubled With Basec July it. Terry's double with Ihe bases'lull sec- ond innfng'jgave Pittsburg n lend over Brooklyn ttMlay, the Pirates winning, to 2. 6 10 2 Brooklyn ..___'... 2 S 0 Carlson and' Ffelfcr, imfth, MamuauxVand Kreuger. Clncy Wint 'em Botr> took ]othv games today .from -Boston, the to 2 in the second C lo 2. First game: Cleveland Took. Series CLKVBLAKD, July. defeated New. York, a to 1, thus lair- ing three out of tour In (he series. Now York L .4 0 Cleveland ;1 7 lj Shore, Bmallwqod, N'elson and Jlan-' nah; Bngby and O'Neill: Athletics Drop Four straight CHICAGO. made it four straight from Philadelphia to- day, winning 7 to 1. Philadelphia 1 .3 3 Chicago.....-'...'.a'.......T 12 D and'Perkins; Cicollu Sennit. DelroH'Te'ok-Lut DBTKOir, Julj- took ihe last game ot lie serela Irom'Wash- ington today, 3 to-'l. .V .'.'..-1 10 1 Delroit- 3 i allrper. Gill-and Agncw; Love and .SI. Louis-Boston 'game ralo. INTERNATIONAL Cincinnati------.. 4 9 ;1 Hostcli P.uthcr and. Ruel; Xcht and Govvdy. SccofyJ game: a Cincinnati 6 12 T Boston 2 .5 y Fjller and Keating, Demareo and'Gdwdy. -WESTERN CANADA pgalnsl: Vsls First Division P. W. D. U 4 1 0 See for lunch Cases h'. A. X 1 9 10 7 B S 15 St. Georges---- 6 3 n X -ioriii L....... 52.1 2 allies...... 6 10-6 Second Division P, W. D. L. F. A. PI 4 3 j n j 'Us 4 '1 I 2 J L. 1 0 4 8 2 'THESE ARE NOT KITS, BUT REAL REFR10ER- CARS. THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. fOURTH AVENUE PHONE 1907 C'aleary are on Iho vergo of trouble n their football association. The pos -.'Itillty of Ihe prcslrlcnt am] two vice- ircEldents resigning is enough hut they have also lo [ace the roslg: nation-of He says he Is r.lcH of carrying Ihe league wll oul aujlslancc In any shape or "for One would almoat-lhlnk II waa qulio load. I Ihint the generally recognized loca. of the Connaught Cuji serle.9 (3 that the champions of each province Play off al MSnlrcal In Augusl lo: Ihc championship of Canada. Hut wo Dm Ihe Calgary Callies and .lllllhursl off lo decide thnll reprc-! nent Alberta al Ihe completely1 Ignoring .what other teams In inc." province may do lo Ihem In our'own championship the Ed- monton press comos oul with Ihe slalomcnl (hal "Alberta's champions '.WIWV Ho the Calltea or [Illlhursl." They litre late things for granted. jack knife, ..donaled by'T. J. Qninn. won by H. Roppey" race: donaled by T. U. Drbwu.lwon by II and 11. Ttoslaskie; 2nd, 2 lliritl stamps, p. Drown, won by' N. BernaM and Doug. Priest A race: 1st. danrass shoes, flon aleil by J, A. Gillesple, won hy John Woloschuk; 2nd. 2 Ibrift stamps, don atcd by T. D. Brown, won by Stipliia. V: yards, .1st. vahlty case donated by A. C. by Florence .Miles; 1'ild. liar by'-Marl. Mcilahon, won hy (jonslance Vlney. fipbou 1st.- necklace; hy .Mart. SIcMahon, Conslano yinoy; 2ml. l.ethhrldgc. donate; by A. C. Sauntfcrs.ATt-on by 'Annie Dorchak.'. String roller skates, donaled hy won Whitney; 2nd. girl's ilippcrsV donated, hy .1. A. Oillespic, wqn.-by Annie Dor- chak. -I Bllnufolded. bag, doimicd >y Mart; McMahbn'. by. Florence cs; 2nd. Lcthbrldga pin, donated >y Mart. McMahon, won by II. Bos- baskie. (girls) 1st. M Tder, donaled hy.II. V, Gibbons, won ly'Katle llaktis; 2nd. bar pin, donated 17 n. V.' Gibbons, won by Myrtie He- W- -50 yards, (married women) 1st. )louse, dqnctcd by N. F. Suplna, won ty -Mrs. Dernier; donated by by.'Mrs. (uinnland. :''i'- won by.- married men ;ninsi slnglemcn, prizes by.F. Thaollv The commute In chfrgc own a debl of gratlttvlc..tq-Mr. falrtlcld (or the use of the grounds afl ftlso lo Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Maloney lot Ihelr sertlcw and lael hul rtol least fo Ihe eeneroua donors of auto trucks and.automobiles for the conveyance of plchlcera to from Ihc grounds, Winnipeg SaBkaloon y i Jaw Rcgina A .L GEORGESON PLANT BURNS CALGAHY, .Tuxciilo Coffee.and Spice on propriutorT.wero turned mil this morning..' .'fh'3 loss Is corercJ by.iit- Gas and Oll-'Tractor Cars Overhauled'; MagnetdE Charged and Repaired. The Mechankal Garage. 'Corner 4th 3rd SI. Cosy Roller Rink. Phone 1190 Jersey City Buffalo Ilallimorc Rocheslcr Reading PACIFIC COAST Los jVngelea Seattle San POTtlapd VcVnoo Salt-Lake Oaklandv.'.-r.. Letbbridge Aqoatic Association Club KoiJie on Henderson Lako fMembsrihlp .Men Ladles and Boya Canoei for hire to meinbert Dreiilng'Rooms and Conve'n- lehcei for Bathing s Apply to: R. ANDREW SMITH ,Hon, '.Phone MS CLO8INO THE BREACH In yoiir llre.wllli our date vulcunlilng iirocess 'like healing s wmmiT in" your body, and Ihe we do II, ll slays EtMfid.' You', can run -your llro.over the roughcsl cobble stones anil Ireal 11 (ho same as you woull a new, (ire, (or ll 13 new lire lo all intents Veteran'Tire art Repir Oth Street South WiHiM SERVICI STATION Sajisfadionl Tliij loss ollen a man rfrlves''lnjo this places-he" may friendly call lo'gel Informallor, ho may bp tok'ccl lii because o[ balle'ry be.hap- py, or qr.'.-hall-Tv'ay ,he-. In-een.. "llul' brie." thing yon 'can 'Dl- v; And that's loh'e done It ,will bo done riehL. J( you rnnt'ftdl-lcc, If yoii' K-ant scrrlce, It .yoii! want If you need R lo-balUry-Xeryice-heailiiuartorB. No .ono Inter- est poro'al heart than pany who first (irganlzVd Uraln- cil bflllery whdso bat- teries are by the'great majorily of car builders, Phone 311 7th! Street Stfnth EVERlEADY SERVICE STATION MAKES OF SATTIBIES CHARQEO AND REPAIRED AH Work Cuanntod A WdUea Cuirmteo for 4 Teir auj i Hilt with Bat- J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1966 711 trd Avi. 9, RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get, your Next Retrod Done By Ui. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Vulcaaiiing Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 16M GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR v TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie's Vulcanizing; ..Opposite Elllton .Mllli GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY THE RADIATOR- MAN 41B 5lh STREET SOUTH, If. Jackson After spending the. past four years on active service, Is now open for business ia the old Acme Plumblrie PLUMBING, HEATING; FITTING: .Tempprary Phofta 463 BAGGAGE; PBAVING 'liaVrBrnl; Furoiluro-end Piaub'a a-spec- iilly. Crden- fdr.'HnrdlcvIllfl iplicfleci: .-Wo. scM'.Btid deliver wood; "-StoTe'aad 4'fabt lenelhs C. O. D.: PHONE-1669 V: Office South GRAY-DQRT MOTOR CARS RUMELY -i TRACTORS _ -_ j ACETYLENE WELDING The Allun Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd opp. LelhbrJdflt 'Hottl 1 Phorw x, J BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Our Bales Our Service Iho Stll I ;TRY Office Phone Rcildeno K-W. Service Station .Service Station (or the famous K-W Magnetos, Van stock o( ItarU carried.'. Magnctofl oC ftll makes repaired. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Eke trie Co. Avenut Sbulh PHONE 731 T OVERLAND PARTS V WE CARRY- THE LARQlfBT STOCK OF PAflTS FORD CAk FOR SALE CHAP ;D.S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTrl AVENUE SOUTH, LeT ;