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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta f PAGE SB THE LETHBHIDGE DAlLYHpjULn TIR'nSDAY, JULY 31, BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Man us IT lt> (SOW WJT >OO COJHT TO BE HERE SOMETIMES' (WE A.CEA.UTIFOL HOME-IT'S NICE OH! ABOUT ONE THIRD OF THEM- LIVERY We Meet All Tralni. Hoipilal Caiii.' Phones 428, 369, 1556 Special Kales cm Country Tripe SPENCEBROS. Lrthbrldgc, Alll. The short head. 1 (Spiral to..The IlcraM) I.-. CLARESHOLM. -July iiual race meeting in connection with tie CUresholw exhibition was nulled off on Wednesday, July 30th, before a largo crowd.; Unforlunalcly "no liar-; ness .horses were forward anfl meeting was confiucfi lo rjjariing, v cfenls. ivnicli however were nm-h cu- joyed by those present. Kcsults: I .Local Pour Hare, balf A. Htranecway's Laddie j. Taylor, Goldy JA. Sharpies, Casey Jones i Koor ran. Won by i5C i Merchants Purse, 5-S i A. Noel. Fair Ella, 1 yr. 1 I Eiuur.ons and Foreman, Dinna FJ153..2 jr. ....V......1...........2 (D. llV" Stafford. Cricket- aged 3 ...Four ran. Time 1.07. Cnp for. half-brcds sired .C H. Preil'y tahy C. i'. A. Lcsds. Juliet.......... V, W. Blliotl. Cornel -Time. 1.26. Open Pony race, half Cricket A. SCra'nEK'ays, Laddie O, Barney Fo'ur ran. ECC. lira VETS f, C. MEET TONIGHT v LETHBRIDGE GIRLS WIN AT COALDALE The Lethbridge girls' baseball team is getting quite a reputation.. At the Coaldaie celebration yes- terday they from the Coal- dale girts, the score being 13 lo 11. Tho game tsas a good one, some fine ptays being made, and the score Indicates that both teams were evenly matched. The big ball game between Bur- dtU and Coatdnle ended in favor oT the former, the score being 3 in i._- >i3rt Atrang teams in the field, Including many out- side players. f Iiovey. r.r. -Moore, i'li 0 0 In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Xow .York..... Cincinnati Chit-ago.....'; HrooVlyli Pitts burg Sk.i-ORU lloslon........ Piriladclnlilii 57 1C 41 30 li Llwl. 2G a: 42 SI i.l 51 r.c .67 n .G7l .551 .W .17? .370 .370 Tiic.lVeterans K C. -ara'ro- qiicsLcu to invel at- tie club room lonignt al 7.30 apd Ihe following are lo. be present: Duulop. Tennant, An- j Barons Hiid All Iho Luck in First derson, Allan, Dimlop, Linulle, Shaw, Robertson, Knoi, Travis, Game, and Magralh Was Outclassed in Second 2 Barons Loses lo Champion, Who AreDtfeate'd'bj- Claresholm 7 lo 6 i.'m. i-.yr.- ____ g.'.BalsarrocIi A baseball tournament was held at laresho'iih on Tuesday dud resulted in Ihe nemo money" In Iho nest r-'ayed ball seen in this rily for many a day Ilarons pot Ihe long end or a 4-3 score over Magrath at Echstorm yark yesltrday afternoon in tlie first game of a double header. Toe battle was cieit- ing cnoush the most exacting fan. and bitting in the vinclies nnd smart fielding by Ijoih teams, had PITTSBUHO, LVen Break 1 i. July .SO.HI llfburs and AMERICAN i-.rj. .023 EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guannleid A WrIILcn Guarantee tar i Vear and a Hill .TVlib Noir Dal- tcrles. J. D. THOMPSON Phans 19ES. 71S Jrd.Avt. 9. Totals .1. -Mercer, 3b. McDonald, s.3. Godfrey! 2b. 111. Miller, r.f...... Joaes. c....... Jackson, l.f. .r.. A. Mercer, c.f. Totals ..10 1 C C 3 A .11. I! .11. P.O. A.M. 3 3 Cl 12 1 2 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 I 12 2 was the fans on their toes during the full cllac' McDcn: nine inaiugs, Karons finally pulling jcn balls, off "Two out when winning run scored. base bits.' Godfrey 111, Ilovey. Thrcslucn hit. Sacrifice hit, Jones. Double-play, McDonald ancl Wllla-'l. Bases Jlachac off Juney 1! Xew York splifa doubt here liio visitors .winning tlie first Dntcsl; 9 lo 0..white, (toe.homo team ook iho second sanie, 6 lo 1. First v 11. H. li. Sew York D H 'i'.lsburg.......... i-l 0 3 3 names and Gonzalcs; May- :r and I-co. Second H. It. .K. York Perritt, Causey. dor; Miller and Lee. Pfeflor In Form CHICAGO. July tvns In fine form today'and Urooklyn shul- lut Chicago, G lo 0, by bunching blls iff Vaughn. .562; .535! .112 .isi! York Ihe vrinniug over with two men outJstoleR JliUcr. Struck out, by It -was a pitchers batllo all tht Tvay I riachac -I, by 11. Hit by pitched ball. A. Mercer. Urifgs and Berlr-and. v" T Secori'd; Game Tqo jells tlio story of Ihe second Tnn_ Darons southpaw -ivas iriviiicifilc and had llie Icfl handed Halters at his mercy Ytil the ivay. He allowed only two falls, struck out seven Ibc-beavy- pou. up easy with Ifachac of Magralh having the best of it agains't Juney. star right; handcf of The Haroris-team, until the ninth. And If it had not been for hard !nci in Hie Inst framt; Hachac would have won out. a cinch nlay. whtfh, vcnuia have ended tfie game. ,nn QT McDonald u. rv.s bcrng 4 naHerles-.Bar- s 3 The "final gBme _ 0.; F6x_ made running from1' Chatelaine for about" five1 fur- .wh'en- Issue irith him and won tour lengtlis. Time 2.35. ..'After ".the race Miss Susie Sharpies th'e 'Derby Queen for [asteoed I rosette on horse's liridle :and presented .the with a sou- venir In graceful fashion. Mleiaj Hatve, 2 mjles; 2 E. D." Burton entry "1 F. .TroffbridEe .entry :v. -2 i'-'G. Burton entry 3 Half Mile Dash, 150 ibs. op--' C. F- A. b.g. ElceiJior H.. Sharpies, Pretty.-Baby ____ 2 J._ Penningtin, Captain 3 Five ran. Ladles Race, half J. R. Baliarroch For (JIlis 1 "C. F. A. ElcelBlor Vance) 2 Four rarr. Time 53 sec. 'Consolation half mile Simons and Foreman, b.f. Dinna Vrash 1 SUifford, Barney ____ -J. Pennington, Captain 3 Shetland pony races, a Cowboy an 'Indian and a Cowboy. Turning Itacc completed Ihe program. and Cliampioa irerr.clps'c ciling.jClareahoIni 7 to S. ktinl.-________ ._.. son and Easterly; Champion, Haines, men out.- Siler.and1 V -S -j Neither side and'tjiainpion .laliing second.''. short 'or Garden City team, pion iris drawn" against .Barons in the I llie ninth Maeralh was lead- 3-i lie'fans the '.....gsme. "ivis orer, liachac had tbreo nils in the" previous eight innings and a two run lead H'iooked easy for him, but two errors and three nils luraeil Ihe tables against him .and Barons managed lo over tbree runs with only two looked dangerous in tne j firsts innings, but .Magralh'bad bases, full with two "out in the -'third, but Willard fanned (or ihe jihird out. jNlagralh scored their first run in the fifth after two men were out. McDonald hit a scorcher lo hlrd which was too hoi for O. Moore and Itien Godfrey lined a three-bagger down ihe firsl base line, scoring Mc- Jonald. Willard bad cbance ,o send in a run but he Tanned again. Jlaeralh got another in the siith. Miller singled lo left and TBS sarl'iced lo second by Jones. Jackson slruck mil. (Miller 'gol tirt'il of waitins' for some one lo Ml him in and stole tnird. AVilllams threw wild to catch Mm and .Miller crossed the plale. Barons.BO! tbeir'lirst counler in-tHe seventh. tlie'd' (6 Mcpbnald and Jensen a high one to centr A. If drop Tront of .'V.-iUiout making any alteinpl'lo Bel lt: Williams went out lo -Jackson -and Jensen_slole.. second and went home on n. clean, single to cenlrc by Hovey. G. Moore ended Ihe Inning by flying out k> -McDonald The-la'st'Innings opened. Vi'ilb the In favor of Jlagralh knd Ihey hitlinE "Magrath Alia., July Playing -in the .presence of upn-ards o! 4X05 fans In lie ball park between the Blnffg, which form natural bleach- ers similar to the Polo Grounds, New fYorlf, Vulcan adoilpistered a 7 !o 3 trlmminr to 1'onfght, The contest -7as the feature "of tbe wo-diy Peace celebration, which 'is oelng" conducted by Ihe business men, 'own council 'and war veterans. It was Drumhcller's first defeat of :he season, following 10 snccessive victories. The downfall was no dis- grace as the belter team won, as Vul- can put on a brand of baseball, he like which was never seen In Ihls town before. As Drumbeller had been unbeaten before Ihls game there was consider- able .speculation OD tic game, it being estimated changed hands on. the result, (Fnerlal la The ISbA.VD, July On Tburs- flay evening a baseball game was play- rjrf on the local diamond between the Grassy Lake and Bow Island teams. Splendid playing was done, by both clrieA. LU tlie 'close of the Inc Kdore stood 6 10 o, in favor of Bow Island. Agafn on Friday night a hall game vas played here. Thlj time it iraa the Taber team and the How Island tcara. The vlslllns team prov too much fqr bur vtayers that ay night the Intermediate) .and Tigers rlaycd and thn, Jntermed WESTERN LEAGUERS TO HAVE WORLD SERIES ALL THEIR VERY OWN ames (his fall between ish first and second. games ich fini J. 3fercer. 3b. McDonald, s.s. GoiUreYv 2b. Willard. Miller, r.f.. Jones, c. Jackson, l.f. Clark, cf. Qofrill, p Totals Powers, c.f added one more ball. r.f Mercer look one on -the1 .arnv and] Berg, s.s. Gornll for and Deemed Jo men one bases, southern team did not have the same pep they the afternoon game and. were beaten ,'before they .ook. tbe field.. Barons scored two In Uie second on bases on balls to "Williams, and -J "Moore and a. 'doubfTj to centre by Hovoy. They scored again in the fifth on a hit and a steal by Berg anil an error by J. Mcrier at Ihird, who threw wild Ic Willard at first on Williams' easy roller.' Their fast runs were scored in the sixth.' With one gone G. Moore was bit by a pitcher1 ball and scored wbeh Powers triplet to centre. Juney hit over second am Powers scored. Juhty ivas caughi between first and second and was pu ouL Berg got a life on'an error .by Godfrey and stole second. Starr tripled lo left scoring Here and Jensen flew lo Jackson 'for the last out. The bos score: A.B. R. H. P.O. A. K 0 0 'd -I) o' i o o o o .0 o 1 5 (1 G 0 0 and Sny- Won. host. Chicago .iG Hi Detroit...... 50 3S Cleveland 50 New York AS 10 SL Louis 1C JO Uoclon M, 4S Washington ;12 S2 Plilladelnhiii j...... 24 C'2 An Even" Dreak NEW Y011K, July and Chicago broke even on a''double header here today, each' game goinc to innings. The Yankees won tlie firsl by a score of 0 lo 5 and Cliiiaeo look Iho second, D.- Chlcauo 3 S New VorK r, tl 1 Willjjms, Lowdcrmllk and Sclialk; Shawkoy and Haiinab. Second R. II. K. ChlcaBov.. 5- 13 3! Now York 3 .7 Faber and'Lynn; Qulnn'and ituol. St. Louis Shut Out WASHlNfiTON, July a gamo which developed into n pitchers' duel] between Sllaw aiid D'avenpurl, Wash-' ington today defeated 51, Louis, I'loO. n. 6 0 Brooklyn...... Chlcaio......... Proffer, and Wheat; Vaughn, Carter and Killifer. Reds Win Again CINCINNATI, .July hilling sa ton 'today, 7 to 6.. from Dos II. K- .3 2 12 0 Cincinnall 1 "McQuillan. Cheney and Gp.vdy; Iluetber, Sallceand Wingo. Phi lilts Beat Cardinals ST. LfJlllS, July out 10 of his former .tcani niatcs'and al- lowing them sis scattered hlts..51ead- ows today "pitched Philadelphia lo its first viclory over SI." 1-oals iiore this season, ;3 lo 1.- RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your NeM Retread Done' By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKRN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lethbridge Vulcanizing 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1664 St. Louis II. B. -I n GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie's Vulcanizing Opposite Elillon Mills Fhiladclpbia St. Louia R. II. 3 7 i a Shi and Tragrcssor; Doak ant Ctcmons. INTERNATIONAL Kacnac J. .Mercer bit to .Inney and A. Mtircer was thrown out at IhW. Godfrey doubled lo centre scoring Jiachac and McDonald Starr, l.f. Ib....... Williams, 'c...... J. .Moare, 2b..... W 0 2 21 61 A.'n.ri. H.P.O- A.E. 4' 2 .First Jersey City Heading.................... .Second Jersey City Reading Itnffalo Binchauipton................ First Toronto Second Toronto Rochester.....'............. Firsl Baltimore '.Second tfallfmorc Newarl; n. 7 C n. -I 5 n. 4 i n. 1 D I) at. the .plate on a .J.. July W. former president of the Chicago has presented a trophy to the Weslem league for a series of teams wb: Tbc scries will be staged within a week after the close of the season. The winning team will receive 60 per cent receipts and the los-' Ing team W jter cent. Seven games -will-be-played. .James K. Crawford, of Tulsa. Okla., has offered to guar- antee Ihe expense of the series. "Tbc series will give the (ana of the Western league a 'world series' President Tcarncy nice reldy'frorn the oulffeM, Tbtrer'a lo HcrgHo WlllamM -With 4worrnnsc.nehlnd the Baron's leam looke'i) fo' be' beaten, tutVihey pull the fame nut of Iht firc.f William's .reached; .on ari error by 'J. Mercer. .1. .Moo're sl'lcil lo Itachac. llovcy lilt' lo al short who had an double of their saw. ft What's in a Name? Y.CMJ BUYING TIRES THERE 18 EVERYTHINO IN 'THE KELLY-SPRINGFIELD THE tEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. FOURTH AVENl'E PHONE 1S07. right under his nose, as was only a few. yard.i from second base. Instead of .running lo second blm.iclf and In firal, be got mixed up 3nd throw wild lo Godfrey. Wllh one gone and runners on second and first, 0. Mooro 'Singled to 'right scoring Williams, Ifovcy moving up lo Ihird. Powers hit a hoi one past third scor Hovey. Juney walhe'l. Bc-rg (lew. mil .to Godfrey. This brought Starr, of ('Inunpirjn'famt. lo bat. lie ha'l.' been up four limea during the game and ftacbac liar] Glnposcd of him li} easy fashion, and Hie fang expected iho -game would RO inlr. ovcrltiric-. BJit lie Ij noted as ,1 plncli hitter, and did mil disappoint, -he singled sbarply In ctnlrt. scoring (i. Moore with Ihe winning run. Tlit! boi score: A.JI. K. II P.O. A, K. Powers, f.f......, ii 0 0 1 0 fj Jliney, p.......... a I, 1 I 1 0 Jferg, HjB.......... :'i li 0 1 '1 Slarr. I.I.......... 0 1 0 0 Jensen, Ib........ -I 1 S (f 0 VVIIIIam.i, c....... J 1 0 12 1 0 J; Moore, 3b, 10.0000 y --Two-hjse liil, llovcy. Three-base h'its, I'owen, Slarr. lilt iy pitched ball, G. Double-play, lern, J. Moore and Jonecri. naees on balls, olf Gornll 5. Struck Oorrtll 7, by Hovoy 7, -.Stolen bases, Ilnrg I'a'.sed Jones. IJm- -IVray. Totals L '2 2 106 38 fi 5'-27 WESTERNCANADA Eooae Jaw one game .Mexican Petroleum Co. will bn a rcltnury In IJaltlmore. Washington ICO Davenport and Scvcfolrt; Suaw Oharrtly. Tigtrs Win and Lose July Detroit split oven with Boston today, winning Ihe S.Io 1; tinit loBins thc.scc-onil, 3 to '2.. First II. 11. BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS J B.I lloston 1 S 0 Dauss and 'AiliECnllh; Jones anil Scliang. -Second H- 11. E. Detroit': 2 5 Q. Uoston 3 1 i THE RADIATOR MAN 416 51h STREET SOUTH Khmkc, Ayres anil Stinagc; James, Ruth and ScTiane. Athletics Win July Turner, releajail br'Clevelahd two ivceks ago, ill a single with, the uases filled amV out in the ujnlh iunlni; today, PhiladeJpJifa .wJHDing 2 to 1.. C cvclanil 1 S >2 Philadclnnlji 2 5 9 Jasper arid O'Neill; Kinney and Perkins. Mechanical Garage Used cars hougbl sml.soUL general Repairing Corner 4th, Avenue and 3rd Gt, Cesy Roller Rink. Phone 1190 PACIFIC .COAST n. Portlanil 1 las Anecles 4 II. Seattle V Salt La he 1 li 1 Vemon .7 '5 t- Oaklauii 'S II. 5 San Francisco 2 1 Sycramento Auto Top Depot If you need your Auto Top re-covered- or repaired, and up-holllcrlug done, couig and see THE' LETHBRIDGE AUTd TOP DEPOT '6th Street. Next to Herald Office, G. T. BLUNT, PROP. I K-W. Service Station Service Stalloii the faraoua K-W j.ta'EOtsios. Full stock "ot parts carried-. Hagnclos of makes 2 MAGNETS RECHARGED The .618 4lh Avenue South J 735.. ,V MOTOR CARS BOSTON', .Inly (lie Amcr- lan -lA-Hsue rtcoril fwt liomc runrj by his s'xlctinh circuit cloul In ycslcr- mllc'tl by his slxlcfentli circuit In yesterday s primo wllh Itelralt, IJahc" Unih of lite Red Sox set dul for a fien- mark. "Iliicfi" Freeman's rltl for Iho major Icaeuts of 2't home will be iiarilcul.ii1 aim of Ms ambitions for (he rcsi of ihe F.caaon, he satd. Ruth's long distance' MUlng "has acorcd him home runs on every Itcld In ihfi American League.lMs season. The pitchcrfi aftpear at a 'loss (o stop him as he lias acorer] HomCFB off balls Xnco high uiirl over li GRAND GARAGE CARDSTQN THE HOME OF THE CHEVROLET Jutt Opened on Main Street TOURISTS' INFORMATION BUREAU HEADQUARTERS, ALBERTA MOTOR LEAGUE Plenty of lloom, Modern Conveniences, Courteous -Kinerl Jlttlianics. A Fiill Line of Accessories Auto Livery to theiWalerlon, and Glaclgr Al Your TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co.', Ltd. 2nd off, Lcthbrldgi Phoni' 1544 BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Our Rales Are rteanonabli kV acrrlco Iht. llett TRY us Office ,Plione Phone.'.........1098 L. A. H. ROOSA TRANSFER and 'oihe'r Oayvand Service Phone 1869; Office ill 2nt Ave. S. 181-20 j J ;