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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. JULY 21, 1017 THE LETHBRIDGE' DAILY HTCIULC PAGE NINE BAR FIXTURES FOR SALE All bar fittings and mirrors in the bar at Lcthbridc Hotel. Suitable for lunch counter or restaurant. APPLY J. H. LEE ltOOM 16, DOMINION BLOCK T HOYAL AOLLEGE Academic Public and High School Grades. Depart mental and Marticulatlon Examinations. Commercial Book-keeping Stenography Typewriting L Household Science CALGARY, ALBEKTA High-Class Residential and Day College for Boys and Girls, Young Men Expression Dramatic, Art . & Physical Culture. Music, Piano, Vocal. Fine Art- China, Painting, Metal Work, etc. and Young Women. KALI. TERM commoners September 10th. Write for Calendar and College Literature. Hoy, C. W. KKRJ1Y, B.A.. D.D., Principal- ADDITIONAL SPORT TO QUIT YANKEES New York, .Inly 21.-Although it would bo unfair -to blame Manager William Donovan for the failure of the Highlander)), it is suld on the best of nuthorlty that, lie will not he re-tallied when his contract explro.s this fall. It is understood that President Johnson of the American league will support the owners 'of tho team when they decide to engage a new malinger. For several days Col Kupport has been conferring with Prcsldont Johnson in Chicago. They have talked over the wire with Capt. Huston who is with the fith Regiment of Enginoors In Detroit, and it is reported that several candidates for Donovan's place have been discussed. Foremost among, these candidates Is Larry Doyle, former captain und second baseman of tho Giants, who now Is a member of the Cubs, but It Hearing tho end of his active career us a player. Larry Doyle Favored by Owners If Doyle Isn't tho, final selection for Donovan's place, two other well known baseball field marshals will be considered. One of them is William Tarrigan, former leader of tlie Red Sox, who retired last winter. Tho other is Thomas Nocdham, who is managing the Newark International league team. It Is known that Johnson is strong both for Carrlgan and Needham, while Messrs. Ruppert and Huston at present are inclined to favor Doyle, who is highly regarded by them, and has been well recommended by influential baseball men. Always Losing Proposition Results count in baseball, so 4hat Ruppert and Huston, who never have made monoy out of the Hihglanders, believe that Donovan must go. But in selecting another team leaden they are moving slowly, and deliberately. Donovan has encountered many setbacks, and never has complained. He has blamed nobody for the team's fall from grace. Caldwell's misconduct was not due to Donovan's management, for the erratic pitcher simply repeated the tricks that first got htm in trouble with Frank Chance. No manager could have accomplished more with the Kilties than "Wild Bill" under tlie trying circumstances; Service Brings Them Back! Veterans Know the Value of Dominion Tires SERVICE.-That's why the Veterans come back for DOMINION TIRES. SERVICE, in extra mileage. SERVICE, in freedom from punctures and other tire troubles. SERVICE, in motoring pleasure. DOMINION NOBBY TREADS are 90% puncture-proof, as proved on every highway in the Dominion. Motorists call them "The Aristocrats Of The Road". Their first cost may be a little more-there can be no doubt as to their ultimate economy. And DOMINION CHAIN TREADS, with their cup-shaped links, that simply grip the slippery spots! The most efficient "anti-skids" in their price-class-they take off their hats to no other tires made in Canada, except Dominion Nobby Treads. And behind every DOMINION TIRE-be the price what it may-stands the largest manufacturer of Rubber Goods in the British Empire. The Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co. Limited HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 28 Service Branches Throughout Canada 7 A lexander's Right-If and Man Eppa Jeptha Rixey Helps to Keep the Phillies in Chase i Barons Holds Its Annual Celebration; Good Time AMBASSADOR TO JAPAN Washington. July 20.-Poland 9. IoitIh, of Philadelphia, was nominated today by President, Wilson a3 nnbassador to Japan. fBy a Staff Reporter) Harons, July 20. In spite of the somewhat trying weather, between 1500 and 2000 visitors attended ye-i terday what, was universally conceded (o bo the heat celebration In Karons' history, and she has had some cole-brstlons in her time. Knrly in the day the visitor:; to arrive in their cars from Hie outlying district and by twelve o'clock the sports ground was hemmed in by a row of automobiles, two deep, totaling in all over three hundred cars. The dense clouds of dust, that blew all day did not tend li> improve the trad; events which were somewhat hand! capped thereby, but. nevertheless tun do in most cases very creditable performances. The chief attraction however, was tho baseball games, llarons vs. Nobleford anil Stavely vs I'armangay. The first game was fairly good ball but the fast plays evi MAGRATH WORK not very noticeable The fans; looked Tor r.ome hot stuff in Ibe game lie tweeli tlie idd opponents. Stavely mid Car'iiatitf.'iy and until (lie first of the second they were not disappointed At this point, however Cannaugay was hit to tho tune nr :2 una (1^,0- 7, Stiively .............OKI Hill (I2i)---1ll Hallcrics. liners. Mcf'umber and Jensen; Myers and Mcc. It would do seme or the local calnm i lists r.ood to down and catch the optimistic spirit evinced by the farmers of this progressive district, admit tha' v. in would now be a scud lilt' If It doesn't come they prepared !o accept the best that be had. Tho following members of the Leth-le-idge Hoard of Trade were in attendance: D. J. Casey. C. It. Mariiob. W. A. Simpson. )!. W, Long. \Y. .1. Nolson. Indian Motorcycl AH god a re can es Ars Built Throughout ot Chrome Vanadium Steel This is Hip toughest, strongest steel made, also tho most expensive. \V" have just received a ship-men 1. of Cleveland Bicycles.- Something new and a beauty, every one of them. D.E.MacDonald Phono 1032 412 4th Ave. Did you ever stop to consider how those Phillies manage to always keep near the top in the National league? Naturally, when one thinks of the Phillies he thinks of Alexander, without doubt tho leading pitcher of today. one pitcher, no matter how great ho is, can not win a pennant for his team alone. How little do people know that on the Quaker team there is another young pitcher who has made wonderful strides in the last few years, and is one of the best lefthanders in the business. His winning efforts, combined with those ot the great Alexander .are the Bccrot of the Phillies' success. Because ho is on a team with the best pitcher in baso-balldom his good record has been overlooked and he has not been given his just dues by the base ball critics. This young left-hander is Eppa Jep-tha Rixey. Rixey is a product of old Virginia, having first seen tho light some twenty-odd years ago in a small country town. He played ball on the sand lots for a while and when he became of age he entered the University of Virginia, where after a brief try-out he easily made the baseball team as a pitcher. 'lie also won a position on the football team as center and was picked on tlie all-Sputh Atlantic basket ball team, but it was on tlie baseball team that he made his best showing. He became In a short time one of the host. colles;e pitchers of the year and his left-handed shoots were a terror to rival batsmen. While at college he pitched two no-hit games, shutting out Fordjiam, 4 to 0, and Randolph-Macon, "> to 0, besides pitch-int a great number of few-hit games. He first attracted the attention ot the big league moguls when ho pitched the University of Virginia to I a fi-to-2 victory over Clark Griffith's Nationals, who were then training at Charlottesville. (Frnm Our fiwn n- The branch" of the. Red Cross here shipped tlie following to headquarters in Calgary this week: lift manytailed bandages. �!0 T bandages, :i0 triangular bund-agos, 14 suits pyjamas, 7 day shirts. 2 convalescent robes, fi kit. bags and SO to pr.y for the articles to (til (hem, X bed stocks. -1 surgical shirts, 0 pah-socks. We can boast of having one of the oldest, ladies doing Red Cross work. "Grandma" Crltchllebi. 71 years old. has been doing work ever since the branch was organized here. She has knit socks, made shirts and a number or bandages. On Thursday afternoon she walked a mile and a half from her home to the sewing rooms to deliver some bandages which she bad taken home to make. Wo think this Is something to be proud of and wish there more as anxious as she to do their bit. We have one lady here who has knit Ifi pairs of socks the past winter and spring. The following programme will be given in the assembly hall on Tuesday morning, July 24. "Pioneer Day." at 10 a.m. Song, True to the Fatlh; prayer, Moroni Coleman; song, Utah wc Love Thee; oration. C. Jensen; piano selection, Dora Leonard; reading, O. Pratt Henlnger; violin selection, Lela Zimpleman; pioneer story. Nellie Matkin; song. O Canada; prayer; God Save the King. Miss Lettie Hall left on Thursday morning for Tabor where she will spend a week visiting with relatives there. LIKE THE SEASHORE "My dear," said Mr. Newedd as the sixteenth cook in a month came up the walk, "this reminds me so much of tho seashore. I can sit at my window and watch tlie breakers coming in." All Important Parts Built 100 per cent. Over Strength COME IX VXD LET US SHOW WHAT THIS SHOULD MEAN TO-YOU. Bijou Motor Parlors DISTRIBUTORS GRIFFITH MAY MEET LEWIS Johnny Griffiths showed such class against Ted Lewis, the welterweight champion, in their 15-round go at Akron, and won by such a good margin of points, that It would bo Bur-prising, if some attempt Is not made to match the two to a bout to a de-1 clslon to learn if tlie' Akron flash can not land the welter title. Those at the bout say Johnny never before displayed ':buc1i class awl ability. He wasi- "hep" to Lewis' 1 moves all tho way and repeatedly | blocked Ted in attempts to land telling wallops. As Georgo Chip is about the most likely middleweight in the country it would not be surprising to soe an attempt made to match him with Mike | Gibbons again soon. Mike outpointed | Georgo and nearly had him out in their 12-round go at Youngstown. Many ringsideT thought Gibbons could bave put tlie New Castle miner to sloop If he kept at him. Featherweight Champion Johnny Kilbane has started training for his sjx-rouiid bout in tho open air at j Philadelphia with Lightwoight Champion Benny Leonard. The date of tho | bout nun been shifted from July 215 to July 25. TENNIS STARS WILL COMPETE New York, July 21.-Miss Molla Hjurstedt and Miss Mary K. Browne, of California, will competo in the first of the tennis matches arranged by tho United States National Lawn Tennis association to finance ambulance sections, at Plaiilfleld, N.J., on July 23. ' William M. Johnson and Harold A. Throckmorton also are expected to be entrants, and other names mentioned, in connection with tlie play are Kavi FT. Bohr, Frederick B. Alexander, Georgo Al. Church and R.Lindley. TRAPSHOOTER BREAKS RECORD St. Joseph, Mo., July 21.-Phil Miller, a young professional trapshootev of St. Louis, niado what is claimed to. bo a world's record here. When shooting in tlie western handicap preliminary he broke 98 targets at a 211-yard handicap. Oal. Waggoner, of Dillor, Neb., took high honors in the western special, missing offfy one target In 100,'. In th�!,fihoot-off for second place in the amateur section ot the westren handicap preliminary, M. H. _ .McDantels, of Rufant, Okla., a Choctaw Indian, wan with 20 straight breaks. Safeguard against delays and annoyances, by having- your ear at all times ready for any service you demand of it, by keeping- the accessory details efficient. We have everything here that comfortable motoring is heir to, at the most moderate prices. Our Service is prompt, painstaking and dependable. Whatever your car needs in the way of repairs, conveniences or new parts, you'll find this shop a satisfying "lirst aid" station. Baalim Motor Co. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRV HOLMAN, MGR. J 307295 ;