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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HEBALP THUHSDAY, JULY 2-1, 1010 UP FATHER" By G. McMamw I COME BUftx 'CAESA.R; NOT TO HIM EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED 'Ali Work Guiranteti A Written Gunranlea for TUT and a Hill with New Bat- teries. J. D. THOMPSON Phont 1966 718 Jrd Avc. 9- i In The Hundred Yard Dash He. Champion and Barons IJatllej For 11 Innings lo a Score 3-3 The baseball. Itiuraamenl at Batons yesterday did not return u winner. In !hc nrjl game between ClflrpshclEl and Champion. .tbc iorraer learn down lo defeat by the score of 5 to 1. Car- liiangay, who had eniereJ a team, have disbanded, and Barons tool; on the "wiener and it turned oui to be a real OKI I fame Until tie 3th inning llovey had. the Champion asjsresation ihul out. but in this, innine R. Starr hit ima (or the circuit tying the score. In jibe lllh Barons secured two more. 'snd apparently had the game cinched rbni the same It. Starr came VP ..Tvilli two men on ''and witn a tbree- the. score for the sec-. DOW July baae- Equalled the Alberta bull game between Bunlelt and Uow uiar-.d was one of Ilie most eicitinp Kecorfl j piaycj upon the Brouniis this year and (while Burclett won Ihe gnme. we can- of record for the 100 gctlmE a .spl.tndid .battcrj who won zrdF Dar. Uunsworth. a j ihe. game -for Ihom, score E lo i ID ridge boy, of the Y romping hoco favor of Bnrdett, head of Vsnlnl" and Join Cro'ier in he reaiarlahle gocd time of 10 1-5 was given a good chase or three-quarters of the jaurney. hut the last twtaiy-tive yards opened up a dec'enl-Eize'd gap and the other runners. The MSTMOJ.U. WINNIPEG. July 23.-ne organiza- tion of the C. N. K. system federation to ihe elccllon ot .telesales lined wllh international trade! unionism. KSS suggested in the uctiou Mien Tuesday nislil if n largely allmled meeting of the Norlh Slar lodge No, ".71. tompos eA of C. X. H. carnieu. i. Mcllvenc 1 president, was in the cliair. Tlie lodge has now about 400 members aud ap- proiimntely were prfient. The Imisc advised the C. R. ioinl protective' board to immediately ap- point deleaates to thc system [edera- tioa lo fill two vacancies and that the four delegates to the delegation" be in .In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Won Xew York 49 49 44 4t> 3S 2S 29 24 Lost !7 37 35 '15 IS 4S P.C. .CS1 .557 .519 .500 .384 .317 .333 Cincinnati Chicago Pillsburg Brooklyn Boston ....x St. Louts Philadelphia Phillies Break Even PHILADELPHIA. July shul out Philadelphia iu the1 second same of today's double-header. 1 to 0, after tbe locals had wpn their fifth victory in the first game by a score AMERICAN Won. 52 -IS 45 43 34 :ir> 10 Losl. 29 M 36 37 -IS RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Gel your Next Retread Done By Ui. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Ltthbridge Vulcanizing Works x 712 Third Avonue South PHONE 1664 II OH P.C. :Cll! .E.S5 .577 I .556 .535 .420.! .-122 .i4t of G lu 1. IT. E, Pittsburg Vail time. Ihen called 'R on account of dartness. Si -The largest crowd Uial at j structed to proceed at once to take piill.iUelphia steps to re-form IbV federation by get- i linj in loiich with The'delegates ffom oilier crafts. WILLARD ;BUYS'- A" (CO-ACRE RANCH was "not very favorable for the setting of new marks and the _ rhances arc that Dunsworlh Is. cap- able of junking belter lime. He sure ooked sood on "Saturday, the'Edmon- ton Journal says. his performance In Ihc 100. "Doc" also cleaned up in the '220, the runnins'bToid jump, hojijstep-andjump TOPEKA, Kans., July former heavywtight champion, who. received for hft percentage "m the .boxlnQ match with Jack Demp'ssy at To- ledo July 4. lias farm containing 700 acres near his at Lawrence. Willard took pas-' session paid down In cash. The-total purchase price, it is understood, was and ran on the winning relay team for i tip-'T.- EUCCCES- J BAR EVEN TEUTON- HORSES pesce" worth's viewpoint. It was decided delegatEs lo the: rc-drganizeil Trades and Labor Council 6( Winnipeg" aid Arthur Bros ler, C. H. Cooks. J. H. Woolston and H.'Nightingale were chosen to repre- sent ihe lodge on-lhe council when it is reconstituted. The maintenance of way local is 100 per cent opposed to ihe One Big I Union. This announcement was made at Ihe conclusion of an address ninae by S. A. Wocte assistant general chairman.'last-nlshl. William Varies-, general organizer of the American Federation of Labor, Toronto, was" present last, night at a meeting of Ihe atoremen's" local of the International orpaniza'ijon 'of clerks H. 6 C 1 Carlson, Tender. Hamilton and Schmidt; Meadows nnd Tragressor. Second H. H- E. Chicago Cleveland New York Detroit..... St. Louis lloston Washington Philadelphia Detroit Drops One DETROIT, July ended a long home slay todny by taking nn I S to 1 defeat at the hands of Doslon. Jl. 11- B.' Boston ...I s IS Detroit.............. 1 '5 s Jones and Schang; Love. Cunuing hani. Kalllo and Slanage.. (Only one game PACIFIC COAST GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing Pittsburg 1 6 1 Philadelphia 01 0 .Miller and Lee; Riiey and Clark. Dodgers Shut Oul Twice BROOKIiYN1, July Alexan- der and Douglas pitched shutout ball jtended a "game-at -BjrODS.jrere prfS jentiTrlien''Claresholin and Champion I islaifcd the doings.. Siler. fitchins for had the" baiter bl.Knpti'jn i'aiul was relurned the winner. I 1 4 '-Champion 5 7 1 g'i Knutson and Easterly; Siler and] [j ''Grady. .Tbeii a short res: rte deciding and, ?Aiove. 'Hcovey had'lhe visil-irs'shul ur.t rntil ft K. Eltir hit for a homtr in the ninth. as-La drore In the tyras in W- 'the lllh. Berg of Darons kept up his W -hilling' slreak. having now gor.9 21 P 'i'EaiiKi, gelling one., r-r more liili in 'eii-'h This-old toy. is now Ihe lc.p of his form, stealing four lines and gelling Tnti score: Champion 3 S 2 Barons 11 1 ilovoy i'.nd Decision DriJJsH-..and BToW "German Bf Belgians eeders today and Cblcago beat twice, S to 0, and 6 to 0. game, went 11 iininss. Firai Chicago Brooklyn Alexander and Killlfer; and Miller. Second game- Chicago .'.-i'-.. Drooklyn Brooklyn The first R. H. E. 6 2 051 Mammaux Oakland Salt Lake........ Seattle Vernon Portland........ San Francisco Los Angeles Sacramento. GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 416 sth STREET SOUTH INTERNATIONAL New Garage C-es and Oil Tractor Biperls; Cars M a En o.t os Charged and ncpnired. the Mechanical Garage Corner 4th Avenue and 3rd SI. Cosy Roller. Rink. 'Phone 1190 and' freight handlers ofjAmerica: I to TTie Hf.rald) CARDSTON, July On thc after iPLMGOOOGOLF TKe decision oT iflc Eaglisli and Uel- SilJtL Jockey ia bar !rom panic- .in racing, and the refusal to accept .for registration 111 Sjud Book say alien1 enemy horsea Tvill be a crushing- blow to the horse breeding activities of Germany, Aus- tro-Hungary. Bulgaria and Turkey. Thoroughbred sires, most of them of BiiStlUh lineaee, were the founda- tion of the. great .army..and .racing studs developed Germany and Aus- tria-Hungan'. The best were; none nooc of the peace celebration a veo in (he of a "if prayed and genoral' horee. The on account of a lie 13 innings had lo honors in a score or 6 lo 7. .U the same time that the baseball was going on. the "management of thc Pa- lace Picture Theatre gave a free show and enthusiastic." youngsters, who were wishing that Peace Day would come almost every day in the week. This international .hody.i ii'embersulp, i with 'the Whitney's Yindes, by a dance In Ihc school auditorium In the CTeniug at 5 o'clock, even-thing of the day telss (rea. "The women's labor league last night ssed a resolution favoring its alfll- (o "Big. Union O d Its cen tral iounciL; It hOK-e'fer- Ihat this body vyill notub'4.eligible', ICN cordius; 16 the lib br- ganlzaion, which ...That no delegate shall be seated In" ,thc ..central labor who is. not a bonafide wage earner and a paid-up members of. the "One Dig A "resolution olio wasipasEed urging the memhera to uee crery. to support the defense [und for the men arfestcil in connection" "TTith the jen cral sirlke. ruuruju............., Douglas and UaHimOj_fi milh and KreugerJ Toronto- for Grants i July Jersey. Cllr a'slly defeated 'Clncinnal'.-hcro today 17 a adore of 6'to 1.- The' f'rsl f. a .Echeduled double-header 'was ailed oU on account of wol grounds. n n 1 C .1 0 .10 1 Karidcn; Cincinnati New York ........r... Sallce, nine, Llique and Benton and Snyder. Ixjuis-Boslon, bolh games post- poned. .y acquired uy Germany chiefly on Uie 'reeomniciidalion of Count Lchn- dorf, who had charge ot the great FrusFlan stud al Gradijz. The recorda of Hind Bookvshow that for the twenty years 1 prior to the outbreak of the 250 entire some ot which were foals at Ihe time anil were subsequently were im- i; .CLEVELAND. Ohio, July of Si. Louis, defending his it'.lle in the western opt'n fe'olf Cham- 'llonshlp at Maylleld Country club, lecored 69 for the 15 holes, breaking .par by one stroke and equalling .the course "record. This led the field by ftwo stroke's among'.the forenoon play- [era- Charles Thomas, ot Ehlnne- tcock Hills, N. Y., scored 35-3S-71 and Walker, ot Minneapolis, took 'Sl-39-13." Georjc Sargeanl, Jlinne iapolis, playing wllh Barnes, went out but developed a pull on the n'-flecond u'u3 snd flnlshfc'd TT y.! Walter Kagen, nallooai champion, balT out ot bounds on the' nlnlli hole and look 3C '-5- for Iho firsl half. Ho missed a short on the but eneil with 11. B6b MacDonald. of Chicago, hij H partner, -went out CTfn with Hagen. sot In Irouble on Ihe homeward jj; Journey for a 39, eiving lilm 75. .5 'Frank Adaraa, of Winnipeg, also scored while Louis Telllcr, of Doslon, tr- iifl-jartneT, look 17. MUa Lellle Young, a Rainy TtlTer jchocl teacher, was drowned when tb4 launch In which ahe was cruising struck a. log and overturned. porte'd manv, from Great Drila'll by Ger- .During Ihe same period Ihere MONTREAL, Ths D. F. A. president. Craig Campbell, received a wire from Con Jones, who la a.t Cal- gary, slating Ibat British Colombia and Alherta could bo counted out ol IhV'Connaught Cup competition for Krcal imt nrc this year, due lo the shortage of lime ,o thc Franco wltl] fcw were approximately fillies taken from England for German account. It is reasonable lo assume that during the same time heavy drains were made upon French and Belgian studs. The French Jockey Club has not B3 yet taken any formal action regard- ing Mien owned horsts, hut may ho expected lo follow (he lead of their allies and evenLs nrc ojicn GERMANY'S METHODS OF RAISING REVENUE BERLIN, July finan- cial program calling; for the rcallzlns of marks annuaHy, agreed upon Ly TUainlas Erzborgcr. minister of a group of eiperls, was published to-day by the North German Gazette- The conler- cncu was aaltl to be in .complete agree- ment on Ihe reforms. Eight billion marks will he obtained by war laieE, according (o Ihp Gaz- elle's summary of the proposed plan. The remaining must" be raised from new sources. The first of lhase will be a heavy increase In lax on. business lurnovera. The. second lloI15 no .lur, (or aMeiie 0[ tnft o mako Ihe necessary arranpmcnts or a play-oft and other unforeseen Ircumalances.. Spnin. which has within the latt few President Campbell hopes IbatlhtaJ k t 3lride- step can be avoided hut should Hri to lllo Columbia and Alberta drop oul, [lcl llon o[ he competition will aa orig- inally propsed; MamtoM and New, Ontario lo -play off for a winncr, Quebec and Ontario lo do likewise, jnuke of wiil probabiy furnish an asylum fni- turfmen who I yearn lo w'm honors outside Iheir This would mean two games in lion-1' treal between the winners of east an'" west, goals to count. Tenlallvc Oalcj arc Aug. 14 aad 16. Araer, Stanley Bran. Mount Klgin, wab electrocuted by coming in contact with a high-Tollage Hydro wire, whlcb had fallen down during a storm. jca will lake any option in Ihe prem- ilses' rema'nt lo lie seen, Thc United Slatc-3 Is ro remote from the inler- dicte'l lhal Ilicrc If lilllc likelihood -of any Uerman brtd or owned thoroughbreds being sent here for purposes. Germany new source of Income- 13 called "Im- perial sacrifice to needs.'" The third new set will he on the necessaries of life. 'An important part of, Ihe. program will be the Imperial income tax, which will he a lai on profits from Inveslcd capllal. The capital profits will be taxed from 25 lo JO per cent., accord- ing lo a new system evolved lhal Is intended lo eliminate inequalities and protect Email capitalists from being overburdened. IMPORTANT CONFERENCES WINNIPEG. July confer ences of national scope will .meet i Winnipeg simultaneously with In national conference of education, Od, 20 lo 27, Professor Osborne announced to-day, Thc others are the national Y. M. C. A. confeicnco, Oct. 17 lo 20; the nallnna! meeting of boy scout secretaries nnd Ihe Rotary o( Canada.-who arc nsalsling in financ- ing the mtucallona] conference, will send delegates to a Tlolary meeting at Ihc same llnio. WAS "FATHER OF PUGILISM" Jack Broughlon, the father ot pugil- ism, (ought his first-fight 194 years be eiact, it was on July 0, Vita. -He wan- engaged -in many rough and tumble fights with other lads, hut at that "time he knew nothing of hoilng, which waa Just hcine intro- duced by James FigB. Whllo attend- ing a fair Drougliton iras altractec a bojint' booth, kept by Klcg. oml was much incensed by Iho foul lacllct. used by a big man In boning with a mucb smaller He remonstrated with the big bruls er, and au altercation ensued whlcl had reached the stage of flsllcutfsl Yhen Figg Interfered ami Invlloil thu to thc stage lo settle their i Hicrenccs. Young Uroughton, after en desperate rounds, completely rlumphed over his older, bigger and'. more-'cipcrlenccd opponent. That] ;as Broughlon'E Introduction to the ing. After death he. became hamploD, and by fonnulatlng a code >f riilcs (o govern the game ho be-. amo entitled lo rank as .the. foiinncr )f modern News, iiin'jlianipton ?First 'rganlc-77 Heading Uiiffalo Second Reading ilulTalo .First Rochcsier Newark Second Ttochcsler Xcwark WESTERN CANADA It you need your'Auto Top re-cbvcrcd or rcpsired, nnd up- holstcring comu and sro THE LETHBHIDGE AUTO TOP DEPOT Clh Street Nest to Herald 'blBce. G. T. BLUNT, PROP; Moose Jaw Saskatoon (Game' forfeited by Moose Jaw in Dili when they refused to play, dis- puting a decision of Ihc umpire.) Kcgina Wlnnliiec It.: 2 1, K-W. Service Station Servlco Station for Iho faraoiia K-W MaKnclos; Full slock of parls carried. Macnelos of all makes repaired. MAGNETS RECHARGED Tbe Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 '______ GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave., opp. Lethbfldgt Hotll 1M4 itive purpose3. ermany imaintalncrl racing on a more or less FORD'S EXAMINATION Brale during Ihe war, and LASTED FOR EIGHT D K What's in a Name? i'WHEN YOU ARE BUYING TIRES THERE IS EVERYTHING IN .THE NAME. 3 THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co, FOURTH AVENUE ___________, PHONE 1907 there wan no letup in breeding. The lor liic host hloorl ohlalnable. She Will be forcetl '.o take this course In order to keep up Uie Elandard of btr horses. i The entire fcituallon in fwould sccin lo be Iliftl Hi' I authorities do not propus c-newy reap any benefit thoroughbreds they pllfercil during tlic war, and also the (act la driven home with cruel force Ihat they lack Ihe allied turf LASTED FOR EIGHT DAYS MS, Mich., July 23. ........................lenry fr'ord, who K suing the Chlcagn Daily Tribune (or on a (hargc-qf libel, -was concluded It was Ihe manufac- turer's eighth tlay as a witness.. Alfred IiticVlne, WB senior counsel, only a fpw minor qilegllons ami Stay Here Invite molorisls ntlcndlng the conventions In our city lo store cars hero. IVo' tan promise, good service In repairs and accessories In'ovcry way. You will find It A Good Place BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY to leave your car. If and ciucr co'in'l, you can count on 113, mechanics knorlmanllko rjuBllties so essential on [he turf, to let the. I witness was turned Attorney from thc Stc-vcn.ion, rcpreaf nttng the tlefcndant. "Do you mean Ijy any of yonr replies lo Mr. Lurking to rhango or qualify any of your direct arlmlsAl.0113 10 asked thc Trlbunn lawyWi" "No (he _'f P. M. McKinnon DISTRIBUTOR OF OVERLAND CARS In Our New Quarters Formerly occupied by ihe Baalim Motor-Co., rear of UtiiohBank. I Our Itatej Are I Ihfc I TRY US. I Office Phftnu I Reilrfence Photic ,.1099 L. A. H. RQOSA FURNITURE TRANSFER and Other .Baggage i Day and Night Service Phone 1969; Office 922 2nd Ave.- S. i i LIVERY We Menl All trains. Hospital Calls. i Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special liutea on SPENCE BROS. Ltthbridge, Alia. ;