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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta im LKTunmnc.K By G. McMamis UP" oovou HEAR ME NORA'.! JULY 2G, 1911> EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES ,CHAROED AND REPAIRED. All Work pt'iiei pusraiiteci; Jor .k; J. 0, THOMPSON PhofierlWS 1 718 -rd Ave. The Sport Pa and Karons Battle 11 Crowd Saw H rowers. 2b Juney. 3b Berg, ss Jensen. Ih J. lloore. It Tlliaius. c iggins, cf Moore, rf ovey, li gamr- was thtii called ou account of darlness. ihe tans taring witnessed of the tightesi battles in the his- lory cf the dislrict. Ttie detailed si-ore follows: ,1. AB-R-H A K 1 0 2 ti 0 1 .0- 1 3V1 0 10 V.IION'5. July bte ifcration and baseball tournament I a great success, and every one who {-Lame to see good baseball sure got fthelr n.oney'3 worth. Tlie Clares [holm band fumislieu1 E9oil music dur the plenty'of 11. The junfor ball game between Car laneav anil Barojis was won by tlie Matter llie scors'being a !o 3. Champion defeated Claresholni it nr-t game of the tournament. Ha 1 Knutson pilcled igood ball fo poor support lost tb Igame Siter for Champion, pitched a fzopil keeping'Clafesnolni's bit JTv'el) The" "core Champion Olu 00 S anil Easterlrv siler 4 1 3 "'o ,0 o '0 1 12 In The Major Leagues RETREADING DONE BV EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKF.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue Souih PHONE AMERICAN liarons and JIagrath Here on Evenly Matched The majority of fans will be pleased to know thai the necessary arrange ;T; menls have been made to lia've Barons I (and Magrath play a ilouble-headnr at I Kckstorm Park next Wednesday after- Won. r.t 4S 17 NATIONAL Detroit.....' Xew York St. Louis'..... Uoslon...... Washington Philadelphia Leaders Beat St. Louis CHICAGO, .luly hit op- portunely against the loose pitching of 45 411 CD i'.a .CM j New York Chicago I'ittsburg Brooklvn .ill .421 Wou. Lost, 29 I'.C. .651 .508 .500 .37U i .J2 .335 GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing Opposite Elllion MIHi Ur.ston Si'. Louis Philadelphia Pfeffer Scores Shutout PHILADELPHIA. July pitched shutout tall today anil Brook-1 -ADVOCATK: The man Champion- alias, ss 3b Starr, IE "Sta'rr, (wards, c oldoian. Cf-! er, rf VilliforiJ, 1' Starr T ,1 Vagemem" of "tbe Community Theairoi I 6 j in made urrango- AU li H PO A E menls for'a ,en roumi bout to a cle- 41 AH Oil u H 0 3 4 -2 -2 1 5.1 12 f. 0 0 IS 4 0 4 9 5 '0 0 3 I'. 0 0 '0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 cision between Al- middle- weight champion of. Canada, and Jack Clarke, the niidaiewfcigM champion of 'the Siberian forces aa'J winner, of of (lie International '-The bout is to talie place .on neon and evening. The Karons team is busy playing everj- day latc-Iy ami MIC week they arc on tbe roid every day. [Inishin'g up at Calgary on lri: day and Saturday with two games. They had decided to rest up on Wed- nesday. but thought they might as well give jlH'grath a chump to see what they can ilo against a good nail ,-r In anolh'cr column. on lltla tic noted the results uf games player njbuci.. nc W..U.. ic noe te resus the evening of Sr.lurday. August 2nd. during the week. 11 TV' and should" prove an merit for the sport lo the district, who 42 3 Score by 3 33 li The Races The races results4 as follows 32 rears Miss tir- Fla'ebo Boys Carter first S Ha second Gills ,raw .It M 'Grant first Tlasiane second Pony Mickelburj fir t VT George secpna v The Big Event f The big event. o( the Vas the i-bill same betveen Chamn6n and f Barons Champion catne to toyu milh su of best ersi m a desperate attempt to take fir I money in one of the tourna merits now being Biased In the of the S A It Pfrons having taken irot at both Camianga> and Cham i 01 Both, teams their pitdiers lo Uie iroand Hoyey illifonl for Cnarn Bafoas C01000 00002-3 Champion" 000 OM 00102-3 Horey and and Summary: Two-base hits, Juney, Buckler 'ihree'bje hit C Starr home run C Starr "truck out, b> 11 bv TYllliford i stolen bases Berg 4 J Moore left on -vti" attraction of jte UQi-ec, tllat havc aerfral now i. The two Moore shifted to .tlio out rtnitivnwu uoleil tnat iney ,7ing on doubt will' 'hav.e ueen_sh Uie uiaiiK-i, [juts jime pleased to see a good.'exhibit ion oytliel piacbsjlakcn by men manly art. Clafk'will'arrive in-Vul- ia'ii the first of the week to take up leniporary training Quarters in'prep- aration for the fight and. .ex pee Is 10 get a decision over Rois.-" TV.XI IgoiiU preliminary bouts, are tb oil belore the main bout Is staged anU a number of Calgary .followers it the sport will lie here, to witness he- go. Jimmy McEwan, iiiatchnrak- nortunelj" agamsi IUH IUUM: jjm-n.uj, Davenport and Oallia and made it two lyn .defeated tbe locals. to 0 traiglit by a score of G lo 4. Brooklyn f- St. Louis................ 4 !2 btcago Davenport, (iallla, Sothcron and Severoid; and Schalk. New York Slumps liOSTOX July made it two straight from New York today, 13 1 vinnlng. S to'C. Vork....... Russell, Shore. McGruw and linth and Schaiig. Athletics Win One W July phir. won an exciting 11-inniug game from Washington today, C to 4. 5'hilailelphla C 5 l Pfttter and Wheat; lioge. Packard] ami Adams. Pirates Lose PITTSBUHG, nly liad no trouulo winning from Pittsburg loday, allowing (lie locals only, four hits. Cincinnati GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY ..010 Ailams and I'iltsburg lillcr aiid Wingo; Schmidt. Seven Straight NEW July New York Giants won their .seventh, game here, today, defeating Boston. C to 0. CLamnion S Barons 11 okll otf nires Block ana p uasts will act, as' referee. ui tno1 isoriu piohi and It was sure a nitfJiers tat: the flo fmm sfflrt to flDish KO nB eleven _ ,__ nn The 'secoiid..game of the first rount of the Cun serjes will be played on Mondav eTeniDg at Par. between UIP els 'semor team and the fcorlb Lethbridse A The f.thB best games. vplajjed.-t.il Boston 0 (i- s i Toney and had trouWe In making two Chicago today straight, winning 11 pctro.lt ,j nails'" 'jXin sill it'll fa J ;Pbilt 1; New York Rudolph and Gowdy; McCarly. Vaughn Allows Two Hits ST.- LOU-IE. July St. F-ouis only .two bits off Vaughn, and Ion lo .1 (o 0. Chicago st: Louis.............. 1 j Vauglin and Kllliter; 'bit and Clemens. 1 S ..021 Doak, Tiiero '-X'fi- vr Ije from start to finlsb gong TJunlop Ander.on and Dunlop I mums Shaw IMIOT Allan Itooertson firming Thomp on Team will'strip at the church at 6.45. Ie rom sar o innings to. a.. 3 draji, being. slopped dartnes x Banom scored one in the third ner walked; Berg force'd at recond Berg vent to second on T Moore s single and on Will ms hit lo centre Champion tied In tbe ninth when their neoiwH hitler Charl e Starr hit for a homo run Barons scored two in the llth on hits br Hotey and luney and L HIEV> Vn7 the Inter- anferror b> >1sher Champion also Ing! S o 1. Ridpatb. for the inier two m their half of Ihe 1H" nieAiates, was a puzzle, while OBJC Starr bil Bu-Uey s for tho Bankers, was hit hard and two-bagger ard Edwards single The I often, v 1 WIN The Bankers went down to detent at th- hands of the Intermediates lait night at Kckstorni Park, the ficoro bs fSpfcial to The lleral CQLEMAN, July, Iqcalr.ciUz- ena was lield'.ion Thursday evening, when, plans were made for a mammoth celebration to be held at. the lota! park on Labor. Day, Sept. .1st, over a thousand dollars have been subscrib- ed for prizes, and the different coin- IiniUees are hard at work arranging al details, and every one promises thai tho clay wilb be the biggest thing of IL. Kind ever pulled off in 'he Pass, The local recreation grounds make an ideal spot for the staging of games of alUkinds as well as all other forms of athletic conlcsls, and all yisilors 'are asiured tbat their'.comforts we.ll attended to.- Barons Hit AVcbb For 19 Runs While Juney Was Never in Danger II GRAND GARAGE CARDSTON THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Just Opened en Main Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE Plenty of Koom, Modern Courteous Expert Mechanics. A Full Line of Accesspries LADIES'REST ROOM Auto Livery to the Waterton and Glacier Parks Always At Your The Veterans of Tabe'r are pul- ling on a bfg program of sports on ihs occasion of the Taber fair, on Wednesday, July 30. They have issued, a challenge through the meet 'a team of B.N.W.M.P, WjLelh-' bridge in the'following mounted. pegging.'with regulation swords. ''Tent pegging, regulation, lances.' Here's your chance, R.N.W.M.P. A big farmers', picnic and field day will bo held on. July 30th at Cowley. Events .'will include a polo game between Cowley and the Norih Fork teams. Thote interest- ed in polo will see jn action some of the players of, the famous North Fork team of a tew years ago that events: at Spokane fairs on different occa- sions. Baseball, Cowley and Blair- more, promises to be Cowley and Blalrmcre-have a crow to pick! and the event will be staged on this date. The last game between these teams :was played at Blairmore on July 1st, Cowley winning, 0. So a first-class game can be looked for on the 30th. Other events will in- clude horse races and Held events. A big dance in Tustian's new 'hall in the evening will con- elude the day's joy.. The hall is large and has a hardwood floor. MOTORCYCLE RECORD HAS BEEN BROKEN Baltimore Toronto [Auto Top Depot need your''Auto'Top .ire-covered or repaired, and up- Ira'lslering done. come and see ThIE LETHBRIQGE AUTO TOP -Street- i. Neit'.to Herald bfflce. G. v PACIFIC COAST BAHONS, July Daronsj 'ball team .journeyed to Vulcan last evening, and what' they did lo Ihe i Vulcan- crew was something ntakins 19 hits and fa runs, hitting Webb (who h6ld them to one the last time they .played at [ill inc last IILUC inc.. i. caul to all corners of the lot. TVcbb '-'-Hi 7 :hed lot poor support, lys learn makin errors lieliimi him. .limey pile 1.1 Seattle....... Vernon Los 'Angeles B.I l! What's in a Name? WHEN VOU ARE BUYING TIRES THERE IS EVERYTHING IN THE NAME. f I KELLY-SPRINGFIELD THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co, FfttlftTH PHONE ANOTHER BOY OOLFER AMAZES THE AT ARDSLSY COURSE NEW boy prodigy of Ihe links IE again with us. This time his name la J. W. Sweetser, and he comefi from the Ardsley .The lad about whom, all are wagging to.day, was first noticed playing with his fath- In the Pater et Fillus tournament at Sleepy a matter o' or three years ago. If was observed that he had the making of a real golfer, but who saw.him then would have dreamed -that in a lillle while, arid even before he had entered college, he would be Suiting such -capers c-n the links as he did In Ihe qualifying round of Ihe annual championship tournament of the West Chester Association, when he went around in the wonderful score of sixty-nine. This clips three strokes from the amateur hat stood for years 'to the Joint credit of Walter J. Travis and Flndlay S. Douglas. SAN O1EGO, The -three-flag trom the Canadian-, .boi-tkr. at Blaine, Wash. Tla' Jua'n'a, Mex- ico, was broken yesterday by Wells Bennett, of Los Angeles, made the miles in 5J hours, 28 minutes elapsed time. The former record was 59 hours and 40 minutes. Bennett slept only 30 minutes en route. TAB II H .I'Q A K good ball for Hnrons, striking out .Vulcail batters. Wiggins starred at the bat. getting tive hits in six trips to the plale; a i 'single, two doubles, a three-bagger anil a home run. Juney nnd .lensen also got homers.: The detailed-score X'owers, ib Juney, p Perg. ss Wiggins, cf Villiajns. .c flovej'. rf Slbofe. I'f Moore, 2I> I Sacramento' WESTERN CANADA Moose Jaw Winnipeg......... 1 4 3 '0 "l 1 1 1 i 2 3 .2 i n 9 2111 1 0 (I II I (I jlSaskatqoh i. 'Si COALDALE TRIMS 'BURBETT i, Coaldalo Journeyed io Hurdelt ,yes- (litorda'y and Icarau away with the long n I end of the scote, 9 fo 3., Kalr of Lcth. l 'bridge, wbq .caught' tor'.Coaldale, hit J home run Ihc'fir'a'l llme'at bat. Noble- 1 l.ti a iv till a TlaHaR. ni GRAY-DOFtT, MOTORCARS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Avr., opp. Lethbrldge Phone ,1544 IS ID 27 9. S allowed only two hits, while Dallas, of Hiirdolt, was touched lip for nine safe- ties. prey, cf ballas. Buckley, -h Kdwarils. .c iSigshy. 31i I Oolduian, cf Block.' rf Wiilirord, Ib P AB H H I'O A'BIc F.RANK BALL GAME (npod.-ii 10 KItAN'K. July Kiindav school pii-iiic men in lilairmore imi1. day last w-ccfc [irovart a success, or al leasl the kiddies .thought, so about lime for thi- free SporlJ ol all kinds were imtiilged A number of prizes were slvcn. The chief feature of the afternoon being .liie baseball between our own ibiiya and (Ifr; Illalrmorn team thn being n lo 1 in lavor of BARNES HOLD? LEAD CLEVELAND, Ohio, July James Barnes, ol 31. de- .fending hit tills in the western open golf championship at May- Held CoOMry club, his lead at the end ct the: third round by scoring 353873 fif-a total of Diegsl, of. was, second viilh 214 ahcf'Frecf McLeorf, of Washington, 216. Score by ilarons TOO IM 201 Vulcan Two base hils, (hrcn-bfise hits, Wiggins, Williams, 0. Moore-, home Wiggins. Jen- sen limey; slrucli liy Juney li} Webb 10; stolen bases, Junoy 3, 2, Ilerg, .1. Moore: iiniplre, McMillan'. A peculiar fcalure of the game was that-rntvcrs, for ilarona, made two hits in the Ural .-TRYVJ8 ce Phone ..'..........1206 ff MACLEOD PLAYS HERE TONIGHT baseball team will oppose. Hie Hankers al 1'ark si v.-ealhcr permitting. The 'crs bcal tliem.at Maclcod, 8-0, a couple of weeks .'.go. K-W. Service Station Service Rlallon for Iho. famotii Magnetos. parts carried. Magnii.to? ,of. .Ml niakeV MAQtiETS RECHAROED The Roy Electric Co, 518 4lh Avenue South PHONE 7J5 Meet All Trains. Hospital Calls, ij'Spifl.al'' 6k -I'oiin'li'y Trip's SPENCE BROS, ;