Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
sn nre LETHBRIDGE HAH A- HERALD TUESDAY, JULY 22. 19H UP FATHER" By G. McManiis EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guiranteid A Guarantee Tor t Tear and a Halt wllb N'eiv lories. J. 0. THOMPSON Phone 1966 713 3rd Ave. 3. RETREADING DONE DV EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done By UE. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 16S4 The rt Page E The moving picture man will be on hand to "shoot" the stunts which will be pulled off by the Aquatic Asic-clslion at Henderson Lake- on. Wednesday, afternoon nexL The regatta will start at p. m. and will Include all the usiral events, with special features add- ed consisting o! a canoe flipping contect, novelty rjce and upset race.1 A special prize consisting of ladies' foot gear has been offered by W- J. Nelson 4 Co. lor the winner' of the ladies' swimming face. .Entries may be mad: for any event up to Wednesday the boathouse. -The regatta program will con- sist of the following: Cance races; singles, doubles, and fours, for men- Canoe race; slnnles for ladies. Canoe race; mixed doubles. Gunwale ride, crab Tllt Ing.-- Canoe 'flipping contest- Novelty race for canoes. Upsel race. Swimming rscts for men, ladies and boys. After the regatta a club picnic will be held, milk, tea and sugar provided; bring your own eats, crockery and tools. y SUGGESTIONS FOR 1MPROV- ING ADAMS PARK' F.) This rark can lie made lo do duty tor a part and rerrc-alion ground with very liule expense. I suesesl: i ill. Clearin; away every tree and shiub Irom the centre ot the part and tilling in all walks willi soil. I'D. Ersolins a small grandstand on the centre of south side of park. m. Enlarging walks on east, west .nd south side lo double tSe present .vtdll ancV. rollias and parkins o[ similar lo the walks in Gait Tearlns down piesent apolopy [or a bandstand and erecting a sub- stantial one. To double ihe number of sirinea anil row ot trees, west ot swings 6O Jhal mothers may ivatch Itieir cuiiilieii wilSo'l' >eine broiled alive. (Gt. To uproo: nil dead shrubs on Draw For The Scott Cup Is Out Series Open Thursday--- Intermediate Came' Tonight In The Major Leagues NATIONAL RACE TRACK BETTING OTTAWA, July modification has yet fieen made of the orfer-in-coun The dran- for Ihe 'Scotl Cup is out at -last aud in a i-ouple of days so'ccc-r will be oul after the silver- ware. Tbe tomyelllion is run oil Itje knockoul principle, anil -vvaE put lip liy Mr. R. W. Rcou some or seven years ago. Many imeresUDg games have heeu playe'd in this series, which will reopeu aller the lapse of three years caused by the war -which de- pleted ihe cily of moat ot its foot- jailers. The -winners hold Ihe cuj) for z year, when it ha? to he reluru d to ihe Ctty League and again com- peted for. Tfaere are six entries thi3 year, Loth the Veierans and Norlh Lethhridge entering their'lnternieJiate as well ?.s iheir senior teams. These will he known as Yels and North "A'' re- spectively. In the first round SI. George's and North Lelhbridge set a oyc. anu do not play until Ine'semi finals arc on. In the game for firsi ami second Harous defeuled Champion, 7 lo 1. llovey proved a puzzle lo Chaiu- C. Starr eiCcpied. sot lwo (singles ;iuj a home run. Farmer llaines hail'an off day. ami Barons' sun1 got even whh him fur lias done to Ihem in Ihe past, gelling 13 hits in seven I'owc-rs. hit- ting ihe first pitched la ihe game (or a homo run. In the third inulne. wlih Uerg on. Wiggins hit for Ihe circuit. In ihe fourth Djrons scored one on htls by G. Moore. Juney and Uerg; onp in the fiflii en hits hy Wig- Kins and Williams' thrt'i-hasc hit; one in the seventh on hit? by Berg and Hovey, and one En [he ninth on a walk lo Juucy unit hits hy Iterg and Champion scored their lone run on C. Siarr's home run. Cham-i was without two of their hard- j est hittei-s. Burroughs and Fortier. who will be in'lhelr line-up on the I at tho Barons tournament. j Xew York........ Cinc-tiinall Chicago I'iltsbuvg.....'... I Brooklyn St. l.uuis lluslon Philadelphia...... Lost. 23 AMERICAN Won. I.osl. P.C- Chicago ......v.. CIcvelaud -t, New York 41 Detroit 110 15 'I C Lampion ___000 000 6 1 Two-base lilt: Thrce-baae hiti Willianis." X. 'Vets S. Xorlh .Central Derg. Homu runs: PoVers, Wiggcns, C.' Slarr. Base on balls: Off Haines, 1; olt Slier, 1. Hits: Off Staines. 13 in T Innings; off Siler, 2 in 2 innings. Stolen base: Wlggcns. Double plays: Pbwers to Jensen; Halncs lo K. Slarr lo Hainea; Jensen lo Here. Passed balls: Allen, Williams. Umpires: KnulsOD and Hummel. Barons Wins Opening Game Itarons and Clartsnoirn -L-nishciI ir the opening game ol, the Champion lonrnamcni, with Juncy pitclnng for liavons, add Cy Young, loadmp pitcher 't 1 Ci 1 0 !.t -o- Junior Standing w. 1 (from Our Own CorreFperHt-nI) DLA1HMOHE, July peace celebration Blairmore on July 19Hi proved lo be a huso success in every way and the committee of citi- zens who in charge of :iffairs [or the day arc 10 be congraluialud for carrying everything lo aucli a suc- cessful (inislk TTie parade. consisted 01 decorated floats and cars from Delle- Btutrmore and Colenia'ii, fl-as the' argesL aBEregation of automobiles ever seen in the Pass at one limy. Meeting opposite the McLaren Lum- )er Go's mill, the cars lined up and proceeded lo Coleman, ivhcre a short celebration was lield, conslsllng of spcccb.es Troni three local men and selections from the Colemiu hand. The parade then proceeded to Bloirmore and the Sanatorium hospllal !or soldltrs at Frank, vhcre aimdar entertainment was ottered. The day was then given over to sports and picnicking willed held on the Blaincorc athletic grounds. The best baseball game of Ihc stason was witnessed when the local team gave Ihc Maclcoi team a hard fight Tor the ?50 prize. MnclcoA wns the winner with a score ol four to nil. nialrmorc and Colcman in their llrsL football gnmc of the SCHSOQ vras alflo a very interesting event, the visit- ors in this Instance also running away with the pmc. A dancing pavilion was operated on INTERNATIONAL llnffalo..................... Newark Jersey New Garage Gas and Oil Tractor Hxnerts; Cars Overhauled; Magnetos 'Charged and Hepjlreil. The Mechanical Garage Corner Avenue and 3rd St. Cosy Boiler Rink. Phone 1190 PACIFIC COAST Ycrnon Los Augclcs Retina iloose Jaw Saskatoon ol the Nonh league in 191S, heaving them over for' 'Cfarcoholm. Barons hit Young hard, gelling 14 hits, while Juncy held Clarcsholm la I'.vc hits. The lieldlng bl Powers anil ihe hilling of Nerg, JVIggens anil verc the fealurea o[ the cao10- Clarcsholm" A.U.IMLP.O, A.E. Ihc grounds nnd proved to tc a. great drawing card. lilairmorc will ever remember Uio peace celebration of the Pnss (owns 13 being'the largesl cclebralion eve: icld In tbc Pass. 51-00 1.00 voo 1.00 3.00 3.00 1 5.00 Reid, s.s.......... Myers, 2b......... IJerfi, 3b......... Kaaleriy. r....... Xelaon. I.I........ Callalian. c.f..... ihe only goal. The score was Walker, able Seeing the DuJfs hail elghl Simpson, men on Hie tielil, anrl only when Ihc gOEl; was Knoreil. o Duffs' First Defeat A one-sided game :n Ihe Junior League was played at Adams last nlghl..' when the Duffs sufferer! ll.clr first defeat, N'orln [.cthhrldge scoring 2-2 2 5 24 a Barons A.M. it.M.i'.o.A. i; i i I While W. Donovan was placed In D. cell for robbery, Ihlci entered Ihc police station an stole lifs bicycle. WESTERN CANADA TWENTY RACING EVENTS THIS WEEK AT TOLEDO Ohio, July racing events Mill purses nggregatlnB more than ivill occlips- llio 3ralid Circuit liorses liere IWs What is uill'eil as Ibe feature event on the program is tho free-for-all pace, scheduled far to-morrow is for a purse of ench day nre BQhedulcil Four races with Satur- day reserved for postponements. Auto Top Depot It you "need your Auto Top re-covered or repaired, nnil up- holstcrins dono, como'nnd sec THE LETKBRIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT. cm Street Neil to Herald OHlcc. G. T. BLUNT, PROP. K-W. Service Station Service Station tor Iho (amoua .K-W Magnetos. Full stocl; o! parts carried. Magnetos ol makes repftlredj MAGNETS 'RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. SI8 4lh' Avenue South PHONE 735 What's in a Name? WHEN you ARE BUYING TIRES THERE is EVERYTHING IN THE NAME. KELLY-SPRINGFIELD THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 411 FOURTH' AVENUE PHONE 1907 Game Tonight Xorlli jnetlH SouCn icniglil ii) air i termedlair; wliich slionlil be in- Pouer.s i Iflrcslinp. The game'will s'art 7 Jnney, o'clock n[ Kck.-toriii. I Uerg. S.M jjetiiiiii. llj........ I TlmrHluy irght, liBfort incullon-1 '.f...... til, Ihe first gfimc nj tlio Hcoii r-....... l Ijclwcnn Hit ('allies and Vel.i at j Hovcy. r.r......... I iKcXstorm. i 0. Moore, 3b....... I l.llaska, If........ .Allliungh the crowd at UK- Miclirl [game wa.s a good ohc, H is ;L jiily Ihni j Ihe league slioniri he allowed 10 go in I .Score liy Inninfj j the hole to (lie extent of ihirly-fivc! Clarns rlollhrs. The expenses amcMitiled loljl.iron over J1CO.OO, which sum the league Summary TwobsiFfi hits: Itcitl, itctna rcaponsihlc fnr. OtJior vi-U.Ing i iJraiiM'; rowera to lenmft are Inil rnnrc j JcnrC'ir. Slolen Nuscs: Eiipptjrt to allow Wild pilch: Bases on lo keep on the right side financially, Of( Young. I. Hlnick oul: II 27 11 II. II, ill AOO ii .L'lM M ItOVKll SET CLUB RECORD WINNJPKO. July Thomp- son. brother of the Onlarift set a nnw record for the rlif- ricult now I.S-holc W1 Klnilinrsl COIUHC, al Sprlngllold, Man hy round In 72. one.under par, and win- ning the club Young, li Knnls-tin, >lilitin .IniKiy, S. Umpires: CALIFORNIA LADY WOW IRISH LADIES' CHAMPIONSHIP IUTIMN. .Inly Kywi. c( CfiJlrornlfT., won the (rlah ladien' la-.vn Icniih Miamplonshlp Saturday' .1a.nct JrtCVuon, Ihc Kiigl live. The scorn was li-0, '4- GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave1., opp, Hottl Phone 1544 We have installed complete modern garage equip- ment and are prepared to handle all kinds of auto repair work for all makes "of cars. Expert mechanics and up-to-date equipment will ensure gbod work, In Our New Quarters Formerly occupied by the Baalim Motor Co., rear of Union Bank, P. M. McKinnon DISTRIBUTOR OF OVERLAND CARS JULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Our Hales Are Reasonable Our Service the Beit TRY Office Phsn.............ISM Residence Phone .........1091 L. A. H. ROOSA FURNITURE TRANSFER Trunks and Other Baggage Day and Night Service Phone 1869; Office 922 2nd Ave. S. LIVERY We Meet All Trains. KoipiUI Calli. Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special Hales on Counlry Trips SPENCE BROS. Lcthbridge.-AIta.