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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta inn DAILY MONDAY. JULY II. 1919 UP FATHER" By G. McMamV CM! LET'S I IftEOF ilTTiN- U CHANCE TO AHCONQ MERES f voo CAKT APPRECIATF.M WVTWN6-JUST IT JUST LOOK XT EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALt. MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARQED AND REPAlRBO All Work QuarantMd A WrJltea Uuiraotce Year tnd a Hall wllh N'ew BaV terlsa. J. O. THOMPSON 1956 711 t. Viral IiUtr-Cily Game in Alberfaj' in Years Will-Be j Slaved Medlclna Hal ncit to cfrois siii-ts with iheir eae-' ,miea in the (on n thai making all the not weather. The'Hat Neva describes lhe coming onslaught: Arrangements are 'made to lirir.E the IJatb bridge lacrosse I earn Lo Hal on July viieu they ivlll lock horns wUh the local ]n; former years Medicine Hat hati a learn ihai had In reckoned wiib, and with Ihe old gut ailck handlers on.ihe job, strengthened with 'new blood, It 13 thought that tbe players irom tbe southern city -will haTe to1 ico some 10 beat Lha local I Still, even Iho bast players need Ibat' t practice which, makes perfect, so a practice game ivlll be hold lorrighl [Opposite St. "Patrick's clmrch clrig at o'clock. !The following exponents of lha In- dian national game are requested to te' on hand lo display their -prowess ivith the sticX: Dennis. Cook, J. Por- ter, MoorhouFe. Fitzgerald, Arxn- Galenbr, J. SnaugbnessF. W. H. 5aull5, H. W. E. HRtcher, W. A. Collier, E. Crane, J. Carpenter. A. Robinson, U. W. and C. and Thistles Clash 'At Eckstorm Park on Wed- nefday at 6.30 Will Operate Independent of Major tJe Thesr Oivn Disputes between the major and minor baseball leagues we're dettullely- broken at a meet- ing loday of a conaraillee representing the National -AEaocialioD of. .Minor The commililee adopted resolutions ratirying the action taken at Ibe joint meeting wilh jcajor leagues list January, when the nation- al agreement was abrogated. The minor leagues operate in- dependently of lha major leagues wi'l attempt to settle all dienules within Iheir own organization inslead o( appealing to Lha national commis- sion (or fioal decision or review of any case. The.Belidn of tba minor league com- means that tbe major leagues iriJI'nol he permitted to draft players ttiis Contracts and territorial E. and .1. Teel. All those in-1 right e, however, will be respected, ilerestsci in lacrfisse are inriled to Those attending today's meeting attend. -.-__. Bert Wright defence will lino up Joe Sfcausnnessr's ,jn the practice game (onlght and erpecis there he EDmelufng rloinj- Darid.L. Fullr, president of the International league; -Waller >rorrif, president of the Tesas'league; Thom- E3 J. Hlckey, prebldent of tbe Ameri- can Association; and A. Rl Tearney, president of the and Three I 1 JolT hotel L nnd cafe waiters, cooks and other em- ployees fciTe Toted to jirike begln- inlnj Ihis morning, and declare that 4he air-Ike will .conUoiiQ throughout the celebration of peace day and Bas- W their clalnij are not immed- iately eatlslled. 'demand lull application ol Ihe a wee-fe- centags oi receipts for The Iran sport at Ion Federation haa (o slrifcc on July 2j. II ibe JoatrucMons of Ihe federation are call- Paris TriH be wjtboul subway Berrlce, witomobUe and tail- the A.A.A. lalVwl of having ISLTOFEO revived in Utth- briiiyc people (boucht'that (aIk would ibat the gamp would ;iiuount .o tor this year ai leasi. Such Is nol (lio case. We liave Thos. Trebble is perl'to Make Things Hum in District iKnnn Our Own Carresixi-ndfnil WIXNIFIIED, July large and very enihusiaaiit- ol return- ed men of this district was held on Saturday evening for Hie purjiose of organizing a local branch ot the G. V. A. Twcnty-'five veterans were pres> cnt and an inLereatins discus- sion ou the henefits to be derived from In The Major Leagues AMERICAN York Lost. ?6 II I'.C. .631 .509 NATIONAL Ciiu-iiinali l.osl. r.c .671 RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retrtid Dem By UL SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge YnkanJang Work. 712 Third Avinue South PHONE UM M'OM New York Cleveland........ 41 .500 I'itlsburg Pelroli 37 .5-J9 Urooklyn 3S Si. Louts 31 ST. Doston -I .-tlS bosion 31 "-12 .425 riiiladelphla..... 19 Philadelphia..... IS 52 SATURDAY GAMES Clncy on PUILAUKLPHIA, July 12.-Cir.dn-j GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie's Vulcanizing Opposite EKIion Mllli and Ibe by the members on the TWO YANKEES RELEASED Ohio, Jnlj- Ttc itieaae to the American Assoclallon teimi ol two players by the New YorX I AmBrlcan club ii announced by >lan. GRANLEA. June Elmer Jlarnm, TTDO has been vJaJtfoz hi- par- enta Teluraed to his home at Trarerj. Alia., on Moooay. George Dudtze mel with a serious accident (hid .week. JJo tras out cbas- Ing horses when the horse he riding slipped and feil. pinning George underneath him and breaking his leg. He 55-25 taken to the hospital at Fore- most- Air. an'd .Mrs- John MorrfEOn made a trip lo ELzikom 6a Friday. Mr. Kveretl Small motored to Medi- ciue Hat tin Sundays returtilng Mon- day accompanied by his mother and Jiatec Myrtle Mr; ani Mrs. William Scott motored to Row Island on Thursday. Mi. and Mrs. Dahl Carlson and fam- ily Tiaitetl at Whllla on Sun now a first-class team; in fact, mater- ial for iwb or three learns. The same played on Jul? 1st riemoD- alraled lo "ihe yublic that lacrosse is far from'n thing of the nast; 'Q fact. ii v.-as tbe surprise of tbe in (he line of spori. The Fame iwo teams ere to light LL out M'cdnesday nlghi at ti.30 :it Eckstorm Park, and you should fie here for there is not a dull minute during A lacrosse game. The gabie on July 1st drew "us largest crowd of tlie season in any line of sport, which goes lo show thai ihe people like the good old na- tional game. Tbe game Weclncsday niglit v.iU be the lasi before the 'boya travel 10 Mcillcioe Hat to lake a fall out of IUE Gas City boys. Toe same with the Hat tafces place ibc following Saturday. July IP, PCRCC J-elnbridjTf-- should turn out en this came anJ show the boys that the people ,ue back ot them In Canada's national game. U yon did not see (he game on July IBI. ask anybody who did find we can assure yon tnai their will-he "Don't miss this The gale charge Is "25 cents lo any parl of the grounds, aiUos Irec.- also all uuder 1C> years of age are admit- ted free, a? it is tbe intention of (hose In'charge of Ucrosee fn ihe city to EGG that every girl, and more espe dally Ihe boys, as U ia a boy's game, should be there. A Une-up of ihe players will be pub llshed in tomorrow's Herald. Reserve Wednesday night and see the gacio on earth. i be tQKen _. _____________ 1 questions of ihe'day an'eclins the returned sold- iers' the following lion was effected: President, Tbos. Treblle; 1st VU-e-Prcsident, Robt. Sraiili, I'nd. Vice President. Kretl Scoll; Secretary-Treasurer. T. C. God- frey. Erecutlvc Committee, Ileniy Lavelle. Oarrell Steele. Julea Levene, G- C. Laurence Trone. It isTa source of much gralific.ition lo the people of and Wrillla and surrouudiug district lo see aucb enthusiasm shon-n by returnctl boys ns was evinced Saturday night A meeting will be called on Thursday niEhl, July lOlh. An entertainment committee will bo-appoiuted and we may, exncct aomcthhiK going on be- fore long. This branch surely carry no dead-wood In its make-up so many officers. Win nifred will mr.'rfe it worlhy of atten- tion. Mrs. Joe, Fislicrvmet with a very palnful accident an.Monday by her hand criish'ed. try- ing lo UEC- Ihe wind mill her hand caught in the apparatus. The ladies aid will meet al the- home of Mrs. P. L. Backslrurn on Thursday July 24. one mJJe east of town. Every- body, welcome. Mr.'j. Union Bank won first prize on Dominion Day at Seren Persona [or Ligh jumping. The Prosp'y U. F. A. local held 16" St. Paul and Toledo. Oultlelder Halas goes meeting in Lancaster School on 'sit- Jones to Auto Top Depot If yon need Toitr Auto Top re-coTered or repaired, ami up holatericg done, come acui gea THE LETHBRIOGE AUTO TOP DEPOT f 6lh Slreoi -Vest 10'Herald Office. Q. T. BLUNT, PAOP. urdar. June 7lb. Plans for a picnic: at Fertle Plains vere under ilnn, Mr. Ilenchel of Kamloopa, D. Is trlct. njd acgualnlancet in the Alt.- SATURDAY GAMES Took Two From Indians CLEVELAND, July looV iwo games from Cleveland, out- playing ihe Indians in boih contests. havu a .shutout in tbe game but for an error by Shortstop Shanks, First game: B 12 Cleveland............... 3 S and PlcinJch: JMnlli Eiiimann, Myers and O'Neill. Sscoitd game: Washington S 16 Clerelacd............. 3 U Shaw ana Gharrily; Uhle, Phillips, ist- IyJllla .Morton ami O'.YeiU. Urooklyn Win L ST. 3.0U1S, July ]osl j lo Philadelphia, In the ninth inning Ihe locals scored a nin and fiJlert the bcEES us a result o[ two shiglcs and two Fiiecessive muffs or Ily balls by Wallvor. SL Louis............... 1 Johnson anrt Perkins; CalJia, Origin nnd Severe-id. Eleventh Homer for Huln CHICAGO. lluth of Boston (fed last season's American League record for lioiue runs when be made his eleventh cirriii! drive, Boston winning from Chicago. Boetoo 12 Chicago 4 10 0 Pennocfc an'l Scliang; Kcrr, Dan- forth onil Hchalk, Lynn. TJoers Slaughter Ball j DETROIT. Mich., July Detroit ns'Thormanlen and Mogridge for a of 2G bases, winning the Ilrst ;ame" OL the New York series. naii stepped Into Mm place by beat-1 ine while NP.W York shut out by Pittaburg. j Cincinnati ll M Philadelphia ____ ____. 2] King and UarLdcii; Riiey, Smith and Clarlic. Cardinals Bat Hard nitOOKLYN. July Ixnila bnttcd Mitchell nnri Grimes Tor sii bllg and won.- Doak hold Urnufclyn to I one scratch fov five InniiJEs aurt was kuocheJ out of the boi in ilic seventh. Tuerp saving the game. 10 16 D o 10 o iTnero anO Dilhoefer; Mil- ell, Grtines anil Kruoger. Rudolph Is Effective Boston defeated Chicago, lludolph proving morn ef- 'c-ctive in the pinches than Htndrix. The fielding of Maranvlllc and ller- zog fe.ilured. Chicago 1 10 0 Hostoii...............1.. 4 11 1 Hcmlrii and Klllefor; Uudolph Goivdy. Cooper Blanks Giants' NEW YOHK, July de- feated New York in the optning game of the eerles. Cooper was the first to shut nut-the Giants this year, lie permitted only ihr'ce .hits, lwo lo Toncy; his opponenl. ti....... I S 0 New York 0 2 Cooper anil SchiiuiU; Toncy, Uubnc nnd McCarly. GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Slh STREET SOUTH of Fort Sas- al the attend. All are cordially invited lo Eltnsr Hamm of Tracers Js Miaa Gladys Russell katchewan Alia.. is.f.Tisli home of 3Jrs. Jag. Larsen. F. Rocheleau will leflre on July 14th lo: rlsIL his Barton, N. IX, nnrl also look after hla caltle and horaea thai are on'his, brother's farm. IJill Trotter and Ed.'Cuddington ap- pbinled Mr La J.P.. and Robt. Parker of Calgary as arbitrators lo sellle their dispute. '-Mr. Cuddington paid IF-00 lor labor carried onl on the farm which Mr. Troller bought two years ago. Mr. Cuddington has been wanting the term back for some time York a 10 1 Detroit ,'_.." S J2 13 Thormahlcn. "MoEfidge and Ilannali; ihmke and Afncmllk. ...u... gueat o[ her parents, Mr. and Mra. I and on July 7th the arbitration was Mrs. Fred Penny and of Etzlkotn, tpeol ihe vtak-end with her brother, Mr. Uolil. Carlson. Mr. Hal. Wares ipent Sunday with .Mr. and Mr.i. Iver M'r. and Mra. .A, -xerf} cal- lem at Mr. Jack Fore's on Sunday. Col. Nelson Spencer. M. U A will the people ol this district al the Jitorc, PJeasanl View, Junfl I7th. lo diicusa wilh Ihcm the public ques- tions of the produce effsdfnp their Vertain, Pleasant View. Mr. William Prowsc was a visitor Island on Wednesday jod, Thuradro" of this week. Tlie G Red Cross Society held a very successful meeting at the home of Mrs, A- Espesett on June 12th. There was a large attendance and Hie affernoon was spent fn sewing. etc, The next meeting will bo held at Mr5. Fronny, June 2Sth. Mr. and "Mrs. Igricsus of Portlftnd. Oregon, were visiting fricnda Ir (he district on Thursday. Mr. HIM moored lo t'tzlkom on Thursday. Mr. and Mr.-j. Louis L'arlaon were the Sunday of Mr. ami Mrs. A. X. Sprinltle. Mr. and Smahz motored lo Medicine Ilp.t on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Troirie visited Mr, Dohl Carlson on Suurlay, M. and (j. Qravcnsteln 'verc 'the week-enV] guofit? of It. RcM, Mr. ' nintle a busi- ness I rip to Medicine Hal on clay. .Mr. Kiink of Prosty has (iJapused o( his half aeolion'to Mr. Kriedfrnlnirg anrl morlug lo Siavsly. Clayton was a rhltor at Mr. anrt Mra. Ware.' on Sunday. MM. Flohr of Norih Dakota la vls- Itfnif her .Mr. Mrs. Gr-o. Hamm. ended, Mr W. T. Clark of Edmonton Is Itlng at tbe home ot -Mr. and Mrs, Jaa. Larsen. Miss Vcrna Cattle reiurncl (rom St. Theresa Academy. Medicine Hal, on July Sth. lo sjwnd her -.vacation with her partntg on tbe farm. The ladies aid plcnfft will ho held nn July lllb; also two hascball teams u-III wilh tliat day and nil kind? of "Refresh merits and aupper at 6 o'clock, served Ihe ladiei. Some .'outh of-Wirinifrtd arc reported looking splendid. OLher.i arc completely dritd out. Xorlh fit town a ruin Ihig wctk will give some flelila an; excellent cro'p- The Jaie flai Is looking grand. Farmers feel Mire of :i good crop on late flax. See Us for Refrigerator Lunch Cases THE8E ARE NOT THERM03 KITS, BUT REAL REFRIOER- 'ATOR8 FOR CARS, THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. FOURTH AVENUE PHONt 190? WINNIPEG FIRE SUNDAY GAMES Washinglon Clereland Crall, Gil and O'Neill. Detroit Boston SUNDAY GAMES riltcbu'rg.....'........... 2 10 0 Now York S 11 j Hamilton, Mayer and schmldt; Den toh and Gonzales. Si. Louts ................1 6 Meadows. Tucro ami Dllbocter; Ca- Uoro and Miller. (Only two scheduled.) New Garage ,Gas and Oil Tratlor Cars Ovcrhaiilert; M ague to a Charged and Repaired. The Mechanical Garage- Corner 4th Ayenue and 3rd St. Cosy Boiler Rink; Phone 1190 TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND LIGHT DRAYINQ Day anil Night ijervlcs FijrDlture Pianoa a spec- ially. Ordsra Jor. Hafjfcrilla 'soHclled. Wa sell "mil deliver wcioil.' anil i root C. O. D. PHONE 1869' Office 922 2nd Avonue .South '.Inly l.ale Ihls afternoon a tire, w-hfcTl h beJiereil lo hare (jrlElnated In a furniture (ng shop, completely destroyed (he building decupled by .the Illlson tfon company, canBirif? -a loan cd at I1SD.OOO, partly' covered by In- Biirancc. The bulldfng was meet for many yearn as n curling rink and Its destruction marks Ibe passing of y. historic landmark. It of frame construction and tjurned rapidly, Hud Gharrily; Coveleskie WESTERN CANADA Winnipeg b'askafoon, Mooae -Jaw, Heglna, New York 4 Shawkcy and Ruel; 15 Chicago 14 17 2-j Mays, Dumont. anil INTERNATIONAL Fatcr, Cicollc Klnney and McAvoi Sererold. Second game: Philadelphia....... Louis'......... Bflltlroo.-t Rogers, Perry and Perkins; (Only ttiroe gainei SLocKer and .Mayer. Fred Olirer. employed al the .Mat- Iliews-IllackiveJl jjlnnl. llranttord, waa fatally injured by being struck ou Die head an Iron liar upon him while going up ln_ nn blc> (AERO COMPANY FOR BRANTFORO OTTAWA, July Canadian A urn company. Limited, with a ranilnl of nnrt head offlcn al Ura Onl.. has bron granted Incorporation rompany J.i authorized lo Hah. 'ftqnlp, mainlaEn and operate ser- es ol aircraft of all kinds for (he r-arrlage of passengers, and freight between such ax may be ilclonninnd upon by the com- within, and of Can- ada. II may tonflriicl hangflrn anil BerorfroiacR .aorl.engage in (he matin- fncluro of airtrall of all kln'Ja, EASTJERN HATS "V CAPS WillSM 5LRVICE STATION Satisfaction The nOss often aaya In ir.c: "Vou conlrnl Ihe way a feels when Jifi driven Jnlo Lhla may ije paying a In InforDialloii, tie may be lowed In because of toUery. (rouble, he may be hap or angryf or half-way he- twccn. "jlul one thing you can Hi- 'ixayt. do, send him aa'ay sails- And that'fi inj- mien ihe lob's done (L will Ijo Hone right. If you wanl ad vice, if yon want sertTce, If yoii want repairs, if yoft need a new battery, conic (o bnttr.ry Bervlce One r-An have your fnler- cat riioro at heart than ihe com- pany who firat organised (rain- battery .service, whore bar- (titles arc JnstaltoJ dy rhc majority of ccr hnililors, Phone 616 311 7th Street South Lethbridge Aquatic Association Club on Henderson Mcmberihip Fees; Ladiei and Buys........ for Hire to memberi Drcsilng and Conven- iences 'for Bathing Appfy to: R, ANDREW SMITH Hon, Becy-Trcaiurer Phfine 643 K-W. Ser e Station! Service Sladon for K-W Magnetos, t'ull carried. maker repaired, MAGNETS The Roy Elect 616 411] Avtnuo PHONE OVERLAND PAR' WE CABBY THE LAROE8T STOCK OF OVERLAND) IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. FORD CAR FOR SALE, CHEAP D. S. WILLIAMSON C NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LeT ;