Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 16

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE DMLT HERALD WEDNESDAY; JUNE 4, 1D1U BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus 1 YOU WORiV-VWV DIDN'T I TE1.LKE SHUT UP-IlL NOT LISTEN TO "fOU MOT dOIN' OOT ROOM DON'T CvWE nuun uu .WANTED TO.TAKt THE TtuTrVTOC TOMK5HT UF voo TMX The Sport In The Major Leagues n to JOEB pretty work. Ou a psss rvr-linr.ri; I IU Easlon put to MclntyK. hMpXhl M I ft] -worked bis way Into the Veterans' ULIIIIULI IU LH i Ui 1 CaJlies .llad Them One Down For 75 Minules ._ Blootv! The (.'allies1 proverbial luck snro for.'OOfc-lcern in tho eleveoli hour last night, wheu the Veteraas aftar 75 min- utes of-play robbed them of a victory which -they had striken so hard to achieve.1 N'obody.Vipecled the Caliiss to wlD. la the fans bad already notched two iiolhlV Tor UIB Veterans, and '.he latter' iouY the Held with the Idea down troii orkedhls nay I defense, but his shot was easily dls poied.'of-by Dunlop. The soldlsraj were filter- on ball, and nolwith-; standing Ine strong wind, kepi iho I bill at ihe Scotch end for roost of; ihe naif, iMdlvena and Owens played j s sterling game Their feeding was well Judsed. ind deserved a better, fate the wild shooting of Iheli I iurninis- A OalllH' Boil almost had hs citraax la siot at his own net by Owens. bci Charles made a splendid save. Douglas nicely jut It over Allan and' sent lie b'lll over 10 Easton. who passod wide io Breeze, the latter haril- ly reaching to centre the ball, 'when Tencsat pot It out ot touch. H. Lin- nlng and Thompson put across Jqmc nice centres, and Robertson and Allen Irled severti but Charles seemed to be Laving the time ol bis llle and couldn't do anything wrong. W. Lin- nlng put In a stinger which he saved leautlfully right against Ihe post.. The Ollles made a determined effort Just before balf-Ume, nic? passing being a NATIONAL STANDING MONDAY EVENING New Yortf Cincinnati j Brooklyn .Chicago I Pittsburgh Philadelphia Hoston St. I.oui5 Won. 1C Hi 1.0SI- s H H 16 IS per. .750 .5SS .457 .448 .345 .312 MONDAY'S GAMES Giants Came from Behind W YORK. June N'avv Champion reels Effect of j Sultry Weather; Will Start 4 ami o ,0 7 Work Today that tKey only .had to.go on and score goais.' Bnt' early In the caice Cfllllea Scored, and held .thu lead un- til live minutes of lime, notwithstand- ing a continuous Jbomb3Td.nient by the .soldiers. :This lead iwas broken by a score vrhlch should never have been Callie goalie stopped shot right on the goal .line and thre? JimTny'fiUrf7 "d eclsioi described as. the pontesl handed Tout byVlliit'Viually ;falr .aid clever'refereeti He could notfposslbly sec from Ills .rosifloi'WheOiar.al. was a goal or not, HE linesmen "were 'Jar away; so.he could.lot'appeal only course shouhT have been1 to 'eatora ol their play. They were press- fhen tho whistle blew, and Ihe teams crossed over v.llh the Callles leading byj one goal to nil. hall was the soldiers'.; The Trtnd. naa'died down quite a.lot; and' Aic'er play was Tbs Vels (pressed from. Ihe klck-olf..'and had (heir forwards kept from was TOLEDO. June as Iu a real battle. Jack Dempsey. j today, went twelve toe esact distance he will travel in his cnampioEshlp contest irith Jess Wlllard. July 4. aud after :he strenuoua workout, put his ring logs away until neii Saturday. York s of dilne Il first gim'e for the .Giants, steadied alier tho early innlncs of the first cou- icst. Philadelphia scored six runs in the opening Inning ol the second same. i but New Yorfe overcame this lead ill Manager Jack Kcarns and' Jimmy. DeForest, the veteran trainer, decided Second game: to lay Dempsev a weak, for fear Philadelphia having him go stale. His trainers as- j Xew Tork ssrl he is ready to step into ilo ring the eighth Mnnlng. .Manager Coomb? of Philadelphia'was put out of the second game by- tfii'pire Byron protesting decisions. Philadelphia .1 4 6 New.-York i.'i. 12, si Cady; Itagan II. 10 11 AMERICAN STANDING MONDAY EVENING Chltago ?levelanil New Yori SI. Ixiuls Detroit QOSTOU Washington 1'hlladclphla Wr.li. 24 3C 17 15 1C 10 in 11 11 15 10 If. IK Pet. .706 .645 .60' .500 .500 .129 JULY )ST WILL BE BIO DAY HERE Keep July 1st open for a big day In Lelhbrldgo. The L. A. "t A. A. eier-ulivc Is lining up a program that will IOUK bo re- nieuibcrcd. It.will' Includu Ihe Herald lloaj raio and a soccer game in llie tuornlnc, a ble slhlellc- meel at llendcrton I'.irk iu ihe afternoon ami' a lacrosso game and a baseball ff game iu the oveulng. Be in v on this. ilark the date In red. o- -HAIL- INSURANCE IN THE, BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT AOJUSTMINTI INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE E.tlbll.htd 1B47 A Policy to Suit Every Netd SEE H. J. H. SKE1TH ahtrlock Blk. Phone 134] MONDAY'S GAMES Two for Yankee! PHILADELPHIA. June York de.'eaLetl Philadelphia to- ilay 7 to 0 arid 10 to 5. j In (he first game Shawkey was too I levef for the Alhletes and had littlo I difficulty In flHitliiiK them out. Ilag-l Bed fielding by the I'hilatlelphlans helped build ufl York ioday. Bob's balling fcalurud the second gamo. New York ____ 7 9.1 Philadelphia 0 5 1: naileries: Shawkey and Selbpld; iNaylor null Perkins. Second game: New York It) 10 1 Philadelphia 5 10 tomorrow. Derapsey boied fiv.e rounds with 'rd''For forjotten. tcnnant were both seen fD'.Uie forward Ifne, aod tne .linlisual sljht of 'offside was Bill Tale, four with Ihe.Jamaica kid, and ihrec'wilh up- set Kcllar and Jamaica; .with rViclous punches-to "the jaw. and' set such1, a- furious pace (or the giant.Tale that he rushed Anolber feature of tbfs splendid "of Dotij- rCallieV. defense, the defending lea.pMbe doabt.' Those the'goal lino :waa- not .bver. before either of tha ttams had time to.-get ore'rVlheir bang went Vel. No. Immediately by Tns'Vets ihould have won on" Ihelr play, but H Is dpnblfiil it any.of their.learn would clalm.-any their first goal! '1. The-game opened at 7.12 beforo a atteDdarici? than mark- ed tie" onenln; fixture. The wind was (lowing as usual, and Ihe Callies had the benefiti'pf H In the first half. The Vets kicked off, bBl were slcrw in .fol- lowing up, and the Scotchmen tooV ad- Vintags ot that 'ilackria'si by.prein- ing their attack well h'oma.' ifcTlviina took an pot and hit the post, On tie rebound lot Vila ventured on a siaart attack, showing Eome nice combination play, -but Douglas lent tha ball, vrlth. Ibe help of '.he wind right Into the soldiers' mnltory where Johnny Easton was qulokly on the :Bpot, and surprised himself -wllh a shot ibat Dunlop had no chanc: lnutcs. ThS game ira's.ftst drawing to a. close, and livened up considerably-' Itohert- son put one over ths bar and H. Un- nlug ibot wide. At the other Mclntyre and Easton'also took inotj, bu( nothing resulted. Linnins relurn- od to tie gama and played ouUIda left. did some nlco work, but Campbell did aol give him much chance. Then followed the fiasco al reldy referred to which gave tho Veti the points -when the Calllcs hai them already cinched. The Vels lol lowed tbe equillilcg "goal" with second one of wblch there was no QUfllUdn, and tbe game was won by the Veterans by two goals to'one. As before stated, tho Vel.i jhrrald have sey also did "IVillard'Vnnted lo' wbr.k.iO.aaj-i tut .he riag al training qual-tcrs was col ready and the hot, sullry weather Mjtbered- him somewhat. Ha'decided Io start road work I to morrow, and boi in the aflcrnoon. .The champion has nol located a place to iye, but Hay O. business -epresenlalive said he would BaTC Wll- ard eslabllsheJ in an apartment away !rom the eicltemenl do.wr, town be- fore loreorrow nignL The'champion admitted lonlghl tnat lie "put one over'' in'resard io his Batleries; Causey. Perrllt. iVinlers and 'Goriia- Split Double-Header BOSTON. and Brooklyn divided a'double header to- day, Brooklyn'-Vvlnnlng-thc-Iirsl Bamo 3 to 1, whllo Boslon irlumphed in the second.5 to from Brook- lyn 'i.....' 3 Boston 1 Batteries: Grimes.and iWheal aree and Wilson. _ Second game: Brooklyn '7 I. Dem- 1' Balterlesi'ch'e'riesYMItchell add Mil- ler; Xorthrop' and Wilson. Cubs Capture Two CHICAGO, June' bolh games of a" doublo-heajer from Pitlshurg today, 7 to 0 and 2 to 1, be- [arled boslns- The rec- i Ing forced to go 12 lunlnfs In the lat- 5 as 33. Tom ter .-.-_. Jones, his former manager, recently declared Wlllard was 10 years old. The lltleholiler, however, confessed to GOLF Button Competition for June. Stroke play. Two rounds to bo play- Ed Wednesday, June 4th or Saturday, ins 7th. Following thi draw: 1 Wednesday D. Hume (acr.) vs 0. A H. Held (6) s H. L. nel.d Jolin Mack (20) vsK A. Ewart (28) A. II. Denoon (23) V3 H. W. Craw ford won on tlielr jsvenlng's play, but Io Be on a goal like that one can afford no talllfactlon to Ibe "Following shows the way the teams lined up: illsburE hlcago Uatterles: Mayer'and Lee; Alexahd r and Kinder- Second game: 1 Chicago -'i 6 Batteries: Cooper and Blackwcll Douglas and O'Farrell. Hod Rally Wins ST. 'LOUIS, Juno Cincinnati, rat led in tho forced Meadow's re Iremen'l and drove May -a-jio relieve him, from the box.' B. irtkln enough T. H. McCready (15) V3 W- J. (4) J. A. Tur cotte 11.-O. Clarke (25) vs J. W. lla den I V Saturday. N. T'. Macleod (6) va B, J. P.. Put crson M. J. Gibson (28) vs JoYnvMuir H. W. Jienzic (8) n'-'laf. Uiwson B'C MacKcnzIo W. A. Parker (iot, S. H. Palmer !uthcr. .M.. r'rceman-.vs Y-. Q.v Hyilp a. h- DavidBdn :W.'U-King runs to beat St. Louis In ihe drat game' of the Aries 7 to 4. Cincinnati 7 H 2 St. 1 3 2 Batteries: Eller, Brestler and Wing; Meadows, May. Ames and pllsoefer, Snyder. Batteries: Thovmahleu, Nelson and llaiinali; Itogers, Kinney anil McAvoy. While Sox Drop Two DETROIT, June .look bolb i II. J II Skelth 'P. H. Toll vs S. j. Shepherd. K. A.' Kwcrl vs M.'.lj. Hcirl. n. Thomson vs J. "B, Turnoy. VI, Crawford vs I. W. A.- Buchanan VB IX Hume Vfl Dr. Ulb'son. T. Oiliind it II. 11. Llvingatono vs J. Muir. M. Kroeman va A. itara. W. P. Crilg vs II. Macbeth. J. S. Kiikharn in H. A.' .McKlllop, W. J. Nelson R. J. II- Paterson. II, 0. MacKenilB VB Sapf. Penne father. L. Kardlc vs R. 3. Uinnlnj. H. C. Dalslclsh vs C. Carbcrry. J. W. BawdMi II. .W. Menile. Dr. Poi vs W. F. HurnB. s II. Crawloril J. V. Thomson.. A. II. Dcnoun J.'ji. Palmer. M. 3. v? .1. John Mack is J. n'rlcKer.' T. OxIinrlWt) .E. II. Wilson B. J. Shepherd Thom son. W. L' Aridriwi-. Hole Oompttllion C p'reaentcil r'ounil io liy end of week. First player'l." rimllen Str ami ihould, arrang'e fi.ir jifaying A MOTORMETER Is recognized as a necessity on many automobiles, but why nol drive the air cooled FRANKLIN D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDOE ST." BASIL'S BEATS CENTRAL On' Monday evening In Ihe .Junior chool Baseball League, St. aal Central 18 to 11. The bnlleriea were: St. BasilX McCormack and Smith; Central, Devor and Lawaon. Line up; SI. Boblnec, ilcCo'noack, Rosbaskie, Smith, Bern: ard, Knrlgbl, Jtnoatck, iJIIIes. -LinSOii, Home, lyeBOp. Olllesple; O'Leary, Jarvls, D. McEachern, A. MrKachern. A Undid Hallwny car was' backed Io pieces at tbe rear of (he Ontario AErictiltnral College; Ouejoh. It Is al- leged the vandalism was by students. W.: V, O. llyde A. i 'Wilson: MflS. WON OOLFJ CHAMPIONSHIP TortK, juhe RoniiM II. BarlowV of Ihe JJMIon Crlofcot caslorn oharnptonshiri' over tho Apaiyanta MnVft near Kye, X. V. Sale Of City Property Lots 24 and 35, Block 53. sllualcd on the comer of 4lh Ayenuc and Hth Street South. 1 purchased this properly from William Walts In 1312 for 14600 cash. 'Tbls home has not been vacant ilurlnr my Mr. Olasibr of the Crystal Dairy Company !s tho presenl tenant Lo: 1th Amende isih Wlwrsireel.' purchased thh-ln -1012 from Mrs. frith for This house has nevp'r been vecanl. Mr. .llowntrw, of the Oryntal Dairy Is tho preaenl teuanl. 34 and 35, Block 33, alluatcd on 6th Street Soulii, aiijoln- Ing Ai.itnluolH Music Company's atorq. ThCBo were purchased In 1912 for J20.500. I own ouo-lhlrd undivided fnlercsl; others Intor- (-jtcil. A first class building sito. Ixits 13 Io Block 5. This la No. lOOi., Bill Avenue Soulfc, the conlre Iioilso ol a block of live lioutos, ond was until lately occupied by ilr. Goorgo Mnclood. This house has hail consider- able Improventenls mado Inside, by Mr. Mnclco'J; hardwooti floors, ileconillons, etc. At present It In owuntcd by Mr. McLar- en. I tradcil Mr. Macleod (or worth A gooil and central KlMOLY MAKE FULC OF THS TENANTS Aa this in a forced tile, ma'do by Merchants Banh, It Is to my pcr.ionil Inlcreit Io give as much nubilclly tt postlblr, On SATURDAY, June 14th I AT 12 O'CLOCK IN THE COURT HOUIE BE PRESENT IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR GOOD IUVI. I wotilrl appreciate your I Will Sell any or all of the above Pro- perty at any time before the Sale j ARTHUR HAYR Auctioneer: FRANK WADDINGTON ;