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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETOBfUDGE DAftA' FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1010 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G: McManus EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work QuarintMi far, t M j f 3. D. THOMPSON Phone 1SS6 718 S- The Michel team arrived in the city on the night and are Dallas Hotel. Tiiejy are likely looking lads, and sev- eral familiar faces are amongst them. Michel learn has a reputation gjrtonsst -'Pass Football the team as outlined below Is one that will play fcotbalfas it should be play- ed Lethbridge does not often get a :VUli from an outside soccer team, but (he opoortunity has', arrived and Eckstorm oark will be.crowd- ed tonight Don'l be Ifte. Kick, iff at 7 o'clock sharp MICHEL T. Guest W. Jenkin W. Holmes A. Travis Travis R. Yates A. Ball, H. Travis ;J. Yates H. Brown Weaver. Hoys in Red Too j Blues-Moe and fiillespic I _, Find-Net Oficn i Linning- Linning Robertson Allan Whyte Shaw Anderson Tennant 'Dunlop i j ,G. W. V. A, J, Jenkipt and J. Guest are also with thi 'Michel team as reserves. j Hat the e-haso of their lives ou Satur- day. A couple more young players wero in uniform last uighl. Ueordle Scott nnd Vivian Leech- were oui. and d.a tome nice work. Ceorge Young was licit on deck to chase George McKillon. Tha boys are taking hold of the game aud In a short time Lelhbridse should be able to turn out some mallTlM In I a Junior division team that will Veep ih'.s city on Ihe lacrosse map. One feature "ot the game was father nnd son playing.on ojuoslte Leech, Vivian. Billy. Nelson handled IhejEame quite Ealis- faclorlly. The First period: Taylor. Thistles, 5 min. Moe, Shamrocks. 4 mlfi. Oille-spie. Shamrocks, 1 min Taylor. Thistles, 4 mill. Second period: Moe, Shamrocks, 2 min. Shamrocks, 5 'min. 1 Giliespie. Shamrocks.' 1. min. tiiilesuie. Shamrocks, lit mill. McN'alib. Shamrocks. min. period: Jlo'e. Shamrocks. 9 min. Vew Vork Cincinnali Chit-ago Piltsburg Jrooklyn St. LKIUiS iioston Philadelphia A'QUERY ANSWERED 'Tiber, Alia., July 5th. pportinc Editor. Herald: Dtar" you kindly ansner paper the number of-rounds the'flgbt lasied between Johnson and jWHIard Tours truly I i H, E. S. In the Havana figbl ulun Wil knocked Jobnson' out, winning t.he champtonEbip. the fight went 66 rounds. Jack Welch refereed. WESTERN CANADA (Winnipeg Regina -Mooae Jaw 1 Round Uouf Went Full and Pe'rs hi ng Present I LONDON'. July Wilde, ihe Britisii flyweight champion. "de- feateil Pal Moore, ot Memphis. Tenn., (in a 'J-rourd bout at the 'jo- inter" on a Ion ni-hl The re eree the decision 5hot which, got by :K. p. Johnson to Bn Fairhnrsl. Sinclair and faylpr persons wilness ted the tight Moore gotiatert the next one: Just th Service t McLaughlin Garage 1llh Street South For the convenience and bet ter service for our customers, we are prepared lo lake'on ad- ditional work at nights.-. Cars washed nnd polished, wa'icd or -unionized' at reason- able rate? (work done by Countr) carriage -Trucks washed, oiled and greased Cars greased ani oiled... Tire repairs, etc. Emergency calls promptly at-. tended to. Cars stored In our Garage are well looked atlcr. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, La. Arthur Barnsley Steve Lawsiri Manager' NlBhl Foreman WE ARE NOT IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS much puiiishmeul to h s antagonist in Ihe earlv sieges ,of the -liout, ,1mt at ons wnness- administered Taylor making a hand siiot. Fourth period: ac. Shamrocks. 3 min. Inai pcore, Sba'riiroeks 10, Thistles uishl's .encounter when. Jlue_ Thistle' wen! mil So hike She lacrosse j Qillespie. Slmmrocks. S min. laurcls'away from 'ihe Shamrocks at nciaU Thistles, Sanin. Eckstorm Park 'ended quite different- ly than the bhtes figured, for instend of reversing the Dominion Day result on the reds they went down to ignonj- inious and absolute defeat lo the tune of 10-J. With so 'laany other aUrac- Uons there v.-erc not on deck to see the game. Those whn stayed away misse'd u treal for the way those Reds wont out ami piled up the score marked them as good ;o win against anything un the prairies. The I blues, played haid but the Shamrocks [with Haggid Scott. Charlie Moe, Oil- rle'ipii; and Cougall JicNabh on the Ihome' division, and Forester, .llora and Diion the defense, to say nothing' about George McK'llon who runs on the 'perpetual motion plan; Doc Leecl and three or four more are hart] combination to beaf. They playei all Ihe combinalion on tlie Held, drew their, men out or covered -well as the case demanded, a'ncl from the'end of the first period they hr.d things al their own way. game didn't start till hu there was action right from the start inir-up Dnon was rulcil. Oif fo taking a poke at llcrb-.Skeilh. Dur ing his absence Sinclair passei Taylor who bulged the net -for th first blue goal in live minutes. Fou minutes after .Moe evened il up on pass trail OiHespie In The Major Leagues RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done By Ut. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEMADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenui South PHONE NATIONAL Won. 47 50 3S 2'J 20 21 Lost. L'3 3C 30- 44 44 41 P.C. .611 .067 .553 .614 .500 Chicago Cleveland New York Detroit SI. I.ouis .397 Washington .371 [Boston...... Philadelphia Giants Won Opener NEW YORK. July New York .Won; 41 44 42 at 31 10 .579 .575 .047 .541 .442 .425 .260 ETE.RANS PLAN CHAIN OF CO-OPERATIVE STORES VERNOX. B. C.. July Ver- on branch ot the Great War Veter- Association has decided Ho lake toward orgamiatlon of n.scries f co-operalive stores throughout the Ofcanagan "valley. A eommlUeo tias een workiig cm the scheme for some Ihe plan was supported at a urge meeting ..of the local branch leld here last TO PORT .Inly Amer cargo steamer Allison, iiicked n] n a sicking condition ott Fenwick Island lightship today by the steamer LakevleV, was towed safely to Dela- ware Breakwater, where.she is" nov; advised by wireless. won llic opening game of its series from Chicago here today, 2 tcf 1. K. If. K. Chicago ......j- J J Hendrii, Douglas and Killiter; Barnes and Conzalea, Hits Didn't Mean Runs BROOKLYN. July lilt Sallee for 13 singles today, but lost to Cincinnati, 5 to 1. i R- H- B- Cincinnati S 9 0 Brooklyn 1 Sallee and Ilariden; Smith. JIam- roaui and Miller. Phllllts Got Best of It PHILADELPHIA, July' ows, and Jacobs, pitchers, exchanged St. Louis and Philadelphia on Jlon- d'ay pitched today In n 13 inning bat- le which was won by the locals, 1 to 0. It. II. L. GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie's Vulcanizing Oppotite Ellilon Mllll Two Straight For Senators CHICAGO, J'Jly made il two straight from Chicago to day br bunching bits off Fnber and winning 9 to 4. PiU-her Lowdermilk quit Chicago loiiay, savins he was fin- able lo win games !or the White fidx. H. 11. B. Washington .._ ,.r Chicago...... Stew and Janveriu 0 Kaber n 0 aad SI. LOUIS Philadelphia 1 Jacobs and Dilhoefer; Meadows and Tragressor PIltsb'urE'Bosloii, poslpoueil, wet grounds. j INTERNATiONAt BlilQnG OVERALLS SHIRTS, SfSLOVES Heading Rochester (II Newark....... First game- Baltimore Bingharoploii .'second, Baltimore Binghampton Jersey' City Toronto Lynn. Detroit En Second DETROIT. July scored four runs in the second inning today which thorn to defeat Phila- elphiu, 5 to 3. R. II.--B. biladelphia.......... S 7 3 Detroit Kennv Rogers ind McMov LONC ml Morton Effective CLEVELAND. 'July Cleveland efe.ited Boston today ..4 to 0. Morton was effLCtnt K If 1" Sioston D i 0 Cleveland............. s Ruether and Wallers; .Morion ami Q'Xcitl Bnnls tn ST I OUJS, JuU i 11 1 oull junlcil j 7 lo o -ilcton ofer Nov. Vork 'today after lialilinssfor 17 mn The -second period waa diiiislroiis for Ihe blues. McXabb passfd' to Mo IIIB Diofccs i x. tie emrof'the 12th round Wilde led for .the 1, lues. Jk-Nabb o Mo siiehtlv on In round who poked one by Doc btewart. Tnc I Aonre sent a'ia'b to Willie's mouth ball went town to the refl bi, j which made the blood tpuri. It was McCofv.e shot wide and Haggis Scott evident in the last rounds that Moore nnd JMcXabb brought was trying fora-vWnltbut, but Wilde's and down the field it. went until Me- rinscraft -and cleyeraesi preventctl the 'L'pileil' Slates boxer from carry- Ing out his .plans. On. the invitation of the Prince of Wales, Gen.: John Pursbins yccupied Ihe royal bAz with Ihe prince and his .Albert... party was given >in iy'ation. ST. PAUL, Minn., July O'Dowd, cC St. Paul. miMleweigbl cliampior. of iba TYorld.'-kriockeil 'oul Al-JlcCoy. of. Uroolilyn.'fo'rmer midiile- welght champion, the third round ot their scheduled 10-round bout here tonight. McCoy -was Knocked dovrn Xabb am! McKlllop goL-.iti took a pass. and scored again: KeUs 4, Blues 2. Right after the face-olf Mc.Nabh passed to Giiltspie. and il was the tilth goal for the the sdme rbule one minute later gave the Reds their sixth. -Wallwort McCorvie gave an oliJ-tlmc cxlftbltion In Ihe red-arc-a anilAhe. hall wtis faccil. Me- N'ahh to Moe lo McXabn was Ihe after- math ani the score was Ucus 7, .Blues 2.. Giliekple jEho.l but Doc i'Stewart saved on the bell. Third .period sasv Ihe hard1 lo :make the. score a-'doublci affair. It', was nine .cilmites and down play before McKlllop, lie- and ,Moe did the trick.. Two iinutes 'later Scott lo JlcXabb to made the nets bulge again. V minute before timo tlie nines got peeved ahd Sinclair sent jn .a long oiic-that gol by making Ihe .icb're at Ihe end of the ih'.rfl tjuartcr 3-3. R.G.CONOtCO.UMrnol CANAOA. 3 New 'io'k 01 St. Louis t i li 1 Qninn -vlogridgc Shore rhormah len and Hannah Rue! (allia SolK cron. Wright, Severoid and Mayor. GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 5th STREET SOUTH New Garage Gas and, Oil Traclpr Kiperts; Cars O-erhauleil Magnetos Charged and Repaired. The Mechanical Garage Corner 4lh AVenue and 3rd St Roller Rink, Phone 1190 PACIFIC COAST ANOTHER HUN REPUBLIC COBLEXX, republic.'.'lias1 boon proclaimed in Blrkenfeld. in the allied area of occupation. A provi- sional government was formed Mon- day and complete separation from Or dcnburg. proclaimed. SOCIALIST yCONFERENCE BEIiXB, inlernat- ional Socialist conference, which will be held at Amsterdam on July- 25, Is being by, Socialist c.oramil- tees at Amsterdam anil probably .will bo held at Lucerne next month. Cam- ille nuysmans, secretary of tho Soc- ialist inlcrnatiqnalc, wijl coine to Swit- zerland siiortlyHo'iirepare for tho op- ening .of the ' contcrence on August'lOlii. Portland Salt Lake Vcrnon Los Angeles Oakland Sacramento Auio Pop'Depot !f you need your Auto Top rc-covcred or repaired, and up- holBloring and ECO THE LETHBRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Cth Street Xeit to Herald Oillcc. G. T. BLUNT, PROP. Se'attfo San Francisco limes before he took the count, manager threw the towel into out hy tho referee. McCoy wa3: many pounds over- weight and was alm6st helpless be- fore the champion. The lasl period was three gone1 when Moe Bulled oft his trick and bulgcrl Hie not for the tenth His anrt.laat Iletl goal. This endwl the manager tnrew my luwui unu tliy scoring for the.fiamo. There' Vf-aa ring twice anil It was twice kicked plenty ot kction throughout and much .n.i. in Ler slick handling lhan In ihe p.v ous game, and the hoys should, on the showing, be able to glvo Jledlcine What's in a Name? VOO ARE BUYING TIRES THERE IS EVERYTHING IN i THE NAME. 1 I L__L_J_ _ _ v H THE LEE AUf 6 'SUPPLY We have moved into the Garage formerly occu- pied by the Baalim Motor Co., and our well equipped repair shop in charge of expert now ready to look after business-arid give good service. Full line of accessories stocked; All models of cars handled.' DISTRIBUTOR OF pVJEflLAND OARS XKW YOHK, a pro- Iractcrl meeting at the offices ot Ihe Amateur -Athletic Union, Chairman Rubcin announced here last night thnt ho naUonal .hoard ot ,rcglstrallpn_ de- clined to sanction a lour of the Unit- ed Stales liy women Kannle Durack anil Minnie Wylie, under Ihe manaBemepI ot d. W. .Dowsing, a promoter, wno resides al Seattle, Wash. ..The board, iitrmit -ire now to compete In any sched'uleiJ'A.A.y, chain pionshtp events' it they .choose nbidi fty.tlio rules 'which pcrmils.a chaiicron, but not a manager, to nc company women athletes. L. A. H. ROOSA FURNITURE TRANSFER Trunks wd Other Baggafle.' I Day and 'Nlflhl Service Phone 1869; Office 022 2nd Ave, S, GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY ACETYLENE WELDING TKe Allen Jack Znd'Avo., opp. tethbrldoo Hotel BQULTON'S; AUTO.. Our Rates Are rr-'Ouf Service the 1 TRY US Office Phone i .1206 Rciidence Phone, Se jwice Station Servico Station for Iho famous K-W i.Iagiicfos. Full slock o! parts carried. Magnetos of al.! makes renalred, MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co, 318 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 OVERLAND MRTS WE CARR? THE L'AROEST STOCK OF OVERLAND PARTS ALBERTA. CAR FOR CHEAP a s. cb. NINTH STREET ANp.F.OURTH AVENUE .80UTH, LETHBHIpae. ;