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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE I.ETHBRIDGE DA1M HEHAU) FMDAYMUNK C, .'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus 1I YOU WERE COINCi I I TO WOW.; WITHOUT L-, KIVblNti ME! INJECT SOUR BHUTAUTt TO Kg. li BECOMING UNBEARABLE- J -HAIL- INSURANCE W THE BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS Winning Over N.L.U. 2 I ST. GEORGES 2: N. LETHBFUDGE I Reserved their Ca'rdsltfrTWill'Bc the Locals Have Won Three in in a Row For the third Ea-ae in succession ibc score was two soals to one. con- trary to fill t' Lclh brill se did _ of the score. The result was ccnainly i surprise, and bears out lie old say. ins that a same is never won till it is lost. On resumption. the prophecies. NoTlll 1 tar. a 1 noL gel the lens EnJ ]OT.-eJ Tiie fame at the ball pirk between Ihe ball ist George's United and North Lcth- Hesiwlcl bridire last night -was probably lac best vrell pin shot from liutton, saved and C the ball into thc- Tonight at the Eckitorm Psrk cauple of thousand fans will ne on If they want to ite the Bame of the season for Lethbrldge and their old rivals, Cardston, clash in what should be a great game. Th3 locals have been go- ing grest guns, having two from Medicine Hat Monarchs on and trimmed Bow liUrid'S to 3 yesterday. DeMar pitched the game yesterday and put up a pretty exhibition, but Bow Island vvllh Emory on the maund has no slcuch of a team- Nelion was behind the bat for LethbrMge and Smith for the. I gsc'town. local .team' will be coniitf- erably strengthened for tonlght'i game, snd they will need tc be to go up zoalnit Bearer's slantt. Hovey will likely be on the mound for the locals Ml arm Fs In chape: He Is a big portsld- er with a world of cteam. Follcwinj are. lie boi scares of tie two gHmas.won by at Medl- Hat..Weiln8Eday: 1 First Game Medicine Hat A.B. R H. P.O. A. E. Carpenter, c.f. Moore, l.f jmeaton- ib iVilson, s.s 3ory, c. 3racten, 2b blarke, r.f., 3b. Itobinfoa, 3b., p. Tront. p. r-f. 2 2 013 2 6 3 0 Totals 'Lethbridg- r.reeo, c-f......... Core, '.'i....... llovcy, Ib, p. Inhej, c.L N'elEon, c. r'erko, r.f........ r. iloore. 2b..... O.' Jloprc, 3b. De Mar. p........ Livingstone. Ib. 3( ,5 3 27 IS 6 A.B.R.H.P.O.A.E. so far this season, and from tha oS until tbe whistle blew full there was something doing. North hind. A i.elbbrldgc missed the services of little forward, their centre half in no small degree, misunderstanding for Dill VTayle is a man to tie reck and oned with in any game he plays in. On tbe .other hand St. Georse's had been able to make quite an improve- ment in 1'nelr teain over the previous match with the Callies, and Ihe addi- tion of Pearson at left hart, and Tommy Bestwlck at outside left, was to a large extent responsible for their victory. St. George's defence bad been their -weak spot, but this is now remedied to a great eitenl by the ad- dition of Pearson, who played such a treat game lor them last night. North L-athbrldge, although down by two goals In the first half, inada such a recovery towards tie end of the game that St. George's bad to exert them- selves lo keep tie Northerners from cquallting. Si- George's won the loss and had he bsneflt of the wind in the early part of tie game, but strange .he wind died down soon afler the iari, ana nicer LuOluaii Vi5 possible. Sichenjes were even at the com- mencement, Ihe boys In blue allack- ing qulcklj- after the kick off, but the saints soon began to do the pressing, aad Firth tried a long shot which Jnst missed tbe upright. punched o.ut a beauty from Jackson, and Nes- bllt relieved. Kennedy look tba field in place of Whyte. Jackaon sported his side's chances by being pulled .up for otfBlde ,iust as the north side-were. go The Major MOTOR CARS he Dope .U. 2-1 ead ot two goals, n. the North Side iooK Tennani hitting tho scrimmage fol-mails anotrttr brilliant cleared- n dangerous on, and Peirson Twice from daaser. Wesley fine piece of worlc look ic- North territory, nnd 0 11 corner. This was 0. equally well fluied. ado a great run up the ed Sadly, Ebnoting be-centre by that clever X. Gurr, resulted in ns between Pearson nd Dcmcell rtishins in over the line U would nyway. Tho Xorltsid-e possibilities o(! d to put on the sqoceze Ing spoiled by A. GUTT A" good save by Standing Wednesday Night U'0'J. 1-ust. P.C. New York 10 Won. Ian. P.C. Chicago 24 11 TRACTORS 21 1'J IS 1> .oil Philadelphia 15 1C Plltsbiirs 17 J') York IS 11 WELDING Louis 16 16 Louis 11 22 13 1C GAMES June 4 Kor the third consecutive day nrooklya and Boston divided a double-header. Drooilyn winning the (irst same. S to 3, and j Boston Ito G to 3. 1 First 6 1'3 Allen Jack Co., Ltd, 2nd Avc., opp. Lclhbridgi Hotel Phon. 16M Standlna Wednesday Night Won. I.ost. P.C. Cbicsgo :M 11 .'IS'J Cleveland 12 New York IP 11 Mi Detroit 17 1'J -olo SI. Louis 16 15 .5M Uoslon 14 1G .461 Washington. 10 at -.3J3 Philadelphia C 24 S lo 0 Doston 11 Marquard and KrucEcr, rilliosim, James and Gowdy. Second game: Brooklyn 3 r> 1 Doston 6 3 1 Mamraaux, Cheney and Miller; Scoll arc] Wilson. 'Hamilton Wins Own Game CHICAGO. June Earl Hamilton 'held Chicago to -three scattered bits todav and then von the final game o[ i the scries for PillshurB by driving 1 in the winning run in the tenth, 1 to 0. HltsbUTe 1 U BLOW-OUTS RIMCUTS AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We ore also agents fop the famous P. O. brands or lubricating oils. GAMES Sweep For Yankees I'HILADBLPJHA, Juno York, ns a -result of passes and followed by well-placed hits, made a sweep ot Ihe series with Philadelphia, -winning today, 10 10 7. New York 10 12 1 Philadelphia 7 10 5 N'elBon, Russell and Hannah, nnirers- Navlor and 'TIRE REPAIR Co., 405 Gth Street South -LIFE-- INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE Eilsblishrd 1647 A Policy to Suit Every Need H. J. H. SKE1TH Sherlock Blk. Phone 1343 NOT the lady or the big fat man worry about their deflated tired, There li always a boy on hand here lo take care of their pleasure without charge. And we nre now In position also to give our customers, In retreading, the new diamond Vacuum -Tread and other Men- RilchieVVulcanizing' Opposite Billion Mllli laving offside. sons resulted jn a come.-. This was i Chicago nicely placed, but Std Wallis booted Hamilton, Adams and Lee; Vaughn clear. Tbc blues continued to press iand Klllifer. Phillies Gil Break 1'ORK. June 2 0 1 0 Lethbrldge: Greea. l.f. E.S.- Hover, Ib....... c.t., p. N'eleon, c........ Kepk'o; i.l........ T. Moore, 2b..... Moore. 3b..... Do Mar, p.rc.t- Kudion, c.f...... Totals Medicine Hal: Carpenter, c.f. Moore, If....... Kobinson, 3b. Wilson, i.'....... Uory, c. Dracfcen, 2b..... Ib. Clarke, i.t...... Jackion, p...... 5 15 i7 Second Game A.H.n.lI.PO.A.K 1 2 I C I n 10 3 1 1 41 11 IS 27 S A.B.ll. H. P.O. A.F a 1 0 2 ,.5113 S 1 3 2 1 I 25 (P 3 -2, 11 10 00 Tolala ........M 6 JO 1Z Do Mar pitched first live inning and Juney finished. A deadlock been reached In n collations bctwden the Typoerapl cm] Union and'Jo'j printers Toron and tho fine ivark or tho Saints goalie several limes saved the ai'tnalion. An- ____ other corner was cleared by Holber-! won Sn cvea nYeak Us four-game on, and Wesley, Cpffey and Oliver i "New. York-by taking tbe arried' the game to the other game of the sc'rfcVtoday, 8 lo 2. Tbeir-work deserved better Philadelphia knocked-Barnes out of >ut Walton and Earl were a lower of j ine boi fn Uie fifth-' and were tiot letting much Philadelphia........ S 12 0 y., Lash-tried a shot and with ten (New yorfi .....i 2 S 2 .iriutes lo -go the game for a while i Jacobs and Adams; Barnes, Perritt ook a more even 'turn.- Gnrr was and Goazales. gain offside, and Jock Tennsnl Eent j St. Louis Wlns'One n a terrific thot -which went lust over ST. LOUIS, June error by he bar. Neabilt slopped one or two! Davis, a sacrifice a base on balls angerous rushes and helped wonder- j anil singles .by Schultz, who batted tor ully in keeping his goal clear. A free I Goodwin, and" Shotto'n- produced two ,lck awarded jnst outside the penalty runs in Ihe seventh, Inning, and St. rea for a foul, was headed out by "Louis won from Cincinnati today, Iplherton. Parsons cleared a danger- U to 3. OU3 grounder ani! slerlins defense Cincinnati............ 3 S .i Boston Beats Washington WASHINGTON. June made 11 two out of tiree from Wnsb- ington loday by winning tho final game of the series, 8 to 3. The visit- ors bunched hits off liobertson. and Thompson. Boston Washington.......... James and Schanj; S 9 .1 3 SI Hoberlson, Thompson and Hclnlch, Agnew. olone kept the blues Jrom evening np the score, for they went after it with great determination to Bare the game. However, the Saints, kept tbcm out and won- a great game by a score of St. Lonls..........V--- 49 :i Sallee and Wingo; .Goodwin, Tuero nd demons, Snyder. getting well away. Albeit Gurr was autlfully placed -with an goal, d Parsons made a clever save, rric cleared well from a wall aced cornsr, and Bestwick placed a II! right across the mouth of the al. SI. George's were now pressing ird and Btslwlck showed some clev footwork-. On the relurn to the -iglfshmen.'s quarters. Pearson show- great form and cleared with ease. IB Saints were awarded a free kick ist outside the penalty line, llolber-1 on placed the ball well, and Lush lib. a "grounder" beat Barria and put Is side one up. After centering the all, tbe bloes went ahezd and Par- made a remarkable save from he boot of N. Gurr, Ibrowlns himself ull length to clear. Holberton leited larrle with a good shot which the lat- er saved splendidly. A foul by Jack- bn was cleared, and a "hands" by ock Tennani met with the same fate. Walton was playing a grc-al game for Ihe northiiders and cleared 'to 1.: The, teams; ST. GEORGE8 Fftrson! -Xesbltt' Pearson Wallis Tlolberton Firih ifley CoScy Oliver Best Wesley .wick .Lush NORTH LETHBRIOGE Tenriant A.- Gurr Dcrricotl Jackson Hution- Kennedy Lakie- Walton Earl Darrie Glirr. GOLF Beatvick was particularly ilangerauc. Al (his Blaje Holberlon ml qnlckly returned. Nesbitl' pleased fann with eome great booUug, and Just when tbe Saints were within an ace of scoring Ihe ball burst. Follow- ing Ibe throw down. Westley secured, nd with a great shot from Ihe right frlng, which rjnilo deceived flarrle. scored No. 2 for the Saiuls Thoao old llmera, Wallls and Firlb, were in the limelight ail through, and put up a fine Ifolbcrton, completed a good half-bach line, and a dangerous sliot from his boot was only saved by the fine work of Walton. The Saints kept up the pressure, and al the close of Iht half were given a corner, but the whittle blew before it was taken. On the play of the first period they Al an executive uf ilie tlol Club heW last evening it WM thai 'the Larfie.V Competition for jjrize preaentcd by Captain .Hume was nustironed on account o unfavorable weather, aliould be next, June It'was also" agreed lo allow youlh the ages ot U and lfou. f remain. Yours truly. S. GUllll. BOULTON'S AUTO LIVERY Our I'.atoj Are Our aiTiIro tha liCBt TRY OS Office Phone Recldente Phone .........1098 (Kroin ri-ir ONEKOUK, June Lindsay wos vl'Hor Wednesday, y T. Carlson la fencing his Kr.iln ob Seel-on 2C. Alex. Hay went lo lo 1 brine out his cor, but wo S'lEpccl he MarinE a time wifli wot roiwlf. Two hours of heavy rain Thnrcilay, and while tho rain fell (ho poBfmnslcr lal In his offlco reading (he Irriga- tion 'Number of the Herald. Frost yenlerdfty morning nipped early vezelablcs. 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