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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE urnmniDGE DAILY TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1919 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Menus HERE TAKE. THrt XOU KtH OKi A> _f i The Sport Page There promises to be a big crowd on deck lonfght at Eck- Park when the Fragments from France and the meet their first scheduled encounter of the season at 7 o'clock. Both teams have t Irony lineups for the oame snd fani arc promised the fastest soccsr cf the IBM en. J. Gurr will referw. Be on deck. i Intermediate Game Tomorrow The following players are revested to turn oul for the Nor.tb Lethbridge t United intermediate team for their i game -with the South b. U. intermed- In The Major Leagues NATIONAL STANDING SUNDAY EVENING Xew York Brooklyn Cincinnati Mltsburgh Cbicaso Philadelphia Boston St. Louis 15 13 Lost. 11 17 IS H 17 AMERICAN STANDING SUNDAY-EVENING Pet. Won. Lost. Pet. .721 Chicago........ 24 .9 .6001 Cleveland .DT'jj New York Louis .2 50 Boston Washington Fniiaueiphia ified by President Ban. JonasDn they iates on Wednezday evening, Tamoor Latne ASalton JUDO Foi Masson ance for Biooklynr and Watson, then pitcher's duel.1 Both teams had teen indefinitely suspended. cored "jps the eleventh innlag anil! Cleveland asaia in the sixteenth. Brooklyn hadjChicago ..........j.... he bases'fmVtnthe fourteenth with Batteries: Bagby and iSuoaraaser; me' ont.'bura fast double play pre-JKeor, Dantortn, Ixr.vdormt'k anJ Dack'Eon Millar -..-.Gurr. Moore Players are requested (o be on band not later than 6.45 p.m: Strip.lu the basement, ot United Ch 10 2 S Brooklyn t 9 19 Baltenes Smith; ana am's; Pleffor and Kraeger. Ben tor; Wins Duel II FANS AI ALL H 1 When Locals Invade Gas Who is This Phenom. Davis? SUNDAY GAMES Phillies In. ISlFi June nd Brooklyn battled oisbteen innings oday. the visitors winning 10 to 19. The Superbas overcamft a of our runs In the: eighth by a batting knocking Sraiih out of the Trent the entire dis- 21 19 IS H 15 9 .11 ,11 if SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland Won CHICAGO, June ivpnt on a hatting rampage in trie seventh inuing and with the aid of errors, de- feated Chicago 5 to X. .Tris Speaker and ChicK Gandll, Uie players who participated in a rough and tumble- fight yesterday were not- Jess Wiiiard admitted to Promoter i Tex RicTinrd at the time of elgning ar- ticles Tu Chicago that he1 vreighed 'around 275" and expected to tafee off 35 pounds by gong time the day ol the light 11 is practically certain that will find it impossible to take oft this murli weight without hurting it is a good guess that he will eater the ring about maybe a At .50 poiiuds cot be ns gowl on his feet as lie Johnson, -because of his long periot oi idleness. Since March '25, 1P1G when he met Frank Moran at Maiiisoi Square Gardes, Willaril has not hat one fight. Those who know Willard intimatel; pay that he has been, liring 4i Ter; happy and ctirefreo life, not dissipat- ing to'.any great you, but eipplng plenty or the flowing bowl and enjoying the fruits of Ms title. This betngUriie has had Endeavoring To Get Pulleys Off Not Yet Recovered some three long and. years -In which to develop the physical "ripe- ness known faliand soft- ening :1 'Jj Tex Rtckard is 7-] fat around the sh'ouHers. arms and" ented a score 'hihuleiphia June "iork is all primed up for the doubla jheader At Medicine Hat Wed nesday when the Monarchs will ha the vlciims. The following from the >.ewa show how the fans are plugging ,for the game down The lyethbridge baseball club empsey) and he has reached the age when "coming tiack" will be labor, lard labor aiid discouragin; i the othVr iiot ret at the height'of 'hjs, mannpo.l. Is Just ripening Into his nson was ''effective' at all e giime. Xew York ____ 3 7 2 I Tttissell, Xelsoii, MogriJgc and Hannah, Ruel; Johnson and Ag- .Batteries: Adams and Lee; Fisher End Wlngo. Second game: PUtaburfeb 272 Cincinnati ............10 12 1 Baiterfes; Kvans and Sweeney; Ruether and Rariden. GOLF The monthly competition for the Shepherd Cup was played on Wed- I'nesday, May 2Slh, and Saturday, May 31st. the weather conditions being un- favorahie for low scoring on both days. The following are tne cards returned: Gross. Hep. N'elt 84 SC i D. Hume H. A, McKillop..... [J. Mack......... J. Kelson........ IV Dinning......'. A.H. Reid...... C- E. Carberry X. T, iV. McGregor -.i URGES TAK1NO RESTRICTIONS OFF CANADIAN CATTLE FOR i SHIPMENT TO 'GREAT BRITAIN June Cfiaries C. Barrie, member for Banff, suggested -in commons yesterday Uiat tn Tiew .of. the serious shortage cf meat in Great Britain, restrictions on import of Canadian cattle should now be reraotedjo order that the num- ber may be Increased In store. Mr. Thomas Cowan, parliamentary secre- tary for (he board ot agriculture, re-j j.'hinnlne 'point, -97 JOO 105 PcinU arc credited aa follows: D. S4 36 S2 108 104 Hit 'JS 108 101 115 '.24 12S 121 Scr- jrj 4 20 1C IS 6 16 with all his youth, his vigor, MB {er> rifle punching power, his teaj'.iesfntss' and his ability td'jiake careip'f iilmself IQ the ring, he looms up formidable f or from every viewpoint', trie champion's' big bulk It heap Eaid-that Willard hai .nerer been forced to th'e limit. Bui ed too .long to make the test? .That is the question! Ard don't forget, Mr: Fight that llempsey has proven to date that hulk doesn't you start picking your winner there are many angles to think abotit. The measurements of Denipsey from latest available figures, and thoEd''ol Willard, excepting the as lie was in V' Jess Wili'ird Jack Dempsey 3S years 2! years 245 pounds----Weight... .197 pounds 6 fL'7 ins.....Height___.-......6 ft, 83% Inches ....Ke-ch..'.... 78 Inches Inches ..Chest Normal.. 44 inches 60 Expanded..48 inchos 44 Inches......Waist..___34 tache 27'indies......Thigh......23 InchM 17 InchSs ......Calf......J5 inches 10 Inches' V (From Our Own EO'iV IHLAN'D. JaHe Is! has to chronicle drowniue' accident today. It seems that a Mr. j Harrj- Wilber and another man at-1 tempted to get the puileys oft the cable at the ferry on tho just j town, and the pulteyp being in midstream, they went ojit in a boat lo do the and in some manner, the; boat capsized, throwing the meri into the water. The man with Mr. hold of the boat and saved himself, while Mr. Wilber arid'at time of writing ihe boily had; not been recovered. The ,-water, be- ing high makes the work of searching difficult. The drowned man was about 45 years 61 age and canio from Crad- U.S.A." S Another Near-Fatality What might hare been, a fatal acci- eiit happened ffn SumJay aCieruoon when some small children play- Ing'In ilr. back yard where there was a ciBterij with a .loose cover over 'it. Huron, the youngest son of A. F. Werts, when: run- ning stepped.qn the corer and.dropped Into the clsterrt.: which was 6f water.. Mrs. Downing was at hbrrie, arid It was "due, to her prompt-action that the little lad .was .rescued.' Trustee "At the school ejection today, to fill CONGRESS THANKS WARRIORS Mondetl Introduces Are included resolution h; Represents tire Mondell, the Jleputl! call leader, extending the thanks o' congrcES to those wbu. served in tb war against Germany, to the auxfllar. lorc'es and the mothers, wives an' relatives "who (rave (heir nearest an dearest in the hour ;of tiie nation' need" was Introduced today a special'order for Memorial Day. There was Eome discussion ne t the phraseology of the resolution some members desiring to have Get I'ereblng named in It, but It final! was agreed tb consider amendment Friday. ll the'vacancy caused hy.the resignation of -Mr. J'.'B. Stujrl, trustee, Mr. T. R. jjaine was eiec'led by a majority of over his opponent, Mr, A. Swen-' WiMfcl SERVICE STATION Why We're Here To help you get the right rtart with your new I To see that you are phcd promptly with tha best battery built. To coxrce your battery if it tuxda tot it with the jupjly yoo with distilled repair tcriea that have rjffcrcd frooa neglect or abuse-1 (t Come in anytime. Ailc'ai many yott Ukc, but foe sure to ask ,-K ;WUImrd Battery In- Remind us to hand you copy of the booklet Service and 311 7th STREET S. -HAIL- INSURANCE {ft THE BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT INSURANCE IN THE i CANADA LIFE EttabllthEd 1M7 A Policy to Soft Every Need see- H. J. H. SKEiTH phone 1313 Sherlock Bik. LET NOT (he gtr.tl. lady or thi big fat man worry (Kflatcd, There Is always a boy on hand to take care of tfulr. pleasure without chargt. And we are how In posHIon tso to give our customers. In retreading, the new diamond Vacuum Tread and ether Non- Skids. Vulcanizing Opposite Ellison Mills The New Overland and Willys-Knight Cars Are favorites. There :U i big demand.for.theie cars; they are more popular thin ever. Permanent Agenty Thla'agency )t eitalillihcd to and proipecta P.M.MdUNNON I DISTRIBUTOfl Shpw.Rooma Station Ott "Block, 5th StrWt South, Hotel. fE ASTERN HATS t" CAPS A MOTORMETER Is recognized as a necessity on many automobiles, '_ but why not drive the air cooled FRANKLIN D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE LCTHBRIOQC- 28' 16 J. K. Thomson E. A. liwart H. W. Crawford Hume 4, T. Oxland 3, Messrs. JIoWl- lop. Mack ami Nelson 2 each, and R. 91 ONTAR50 FIRE LOSSES LOWER .TORONTO, June losses in In Ihe first four months" of year showed a marked decrease compared with the first four months ot 1918. There were fires, a de- crease of 726. The toUl loss was a decree of piled he had nothing to add to previous replies. LYNCH HAD BEST OF IT PHILADELPHIA. Va.. June 3.-Joe of New York, had sflghtly Ihe hetter of a fast 6-roim3 bout with Joe 0 Donticll, Clourc-lpr. Nj., here Isst Slight Tbt mofi.ara The draw for Button 'and Hole Competition wiil appear in l Wcilncaday's paper, noon edition. nroe A WtOM FARROW COLLAR with the corresponding period last year. The Insurance loss In the I Irs I tour months oCMhia year amounted lo as compared with in the first four mouths of I WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE A DECLINE IN PRICE OF, KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES AND JUBKS. THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 416 FOURTH AVENUE P, wondcrful-mlkagfi remajfli jhe same as br-forc. Our Own ORION. May Jly. ITogan and his laiuilj have left ihe rtlslritt. They have returned lo Sweden. The Orion home talent to PenfJanl DeOriellfi and gave the play (The Minister's Bride) to a large aud- ience. Tome lo Sunday school Sunday was cnrcd by llic regular S, S. alien- ders and olhera. The lolal number was the highest since the school was started- The Citizens Company arc making extensive alterations al IliR yard here. Now buildings are lo be erected on concrete foundation arid llio men arc already on Ihn joh.' The contract included a Iiousc for the loosl agent Mr. Hardy, Mr. Jotjn Johnson or Uic (I. S. nrrny is Bpending a few days with parents in town. of Clarence s.qitare. Toronto, and .formerly of Hi fotnrj'ijn thfl (stand aliofv hU Ihfbal cut, comfortably with an AutoStrop Raior in i minutes 1 JV3 precious time lost fumbling; witrt parts. all done without re- moving blade from rswir. Razor strop 12 In neat compact Powerful Nash Baalim otor 3rd AVENUE SOUTH ;