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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACTS SIX LETHBRIDGE DAILt HERAUP _ JL'MC VJlil '.'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManuB T OUUV HIC Mt CERTAvlHLX CA GOOOT ii jf (I In The Major Leagues GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS Standing Sunday Night Won. Lost. P.C. Standing Sunday Night Wou. Lost. P.C, RUMELY TRACTORS, New York 21 Detroit IS Boston 16 Washington 12 HAIL- INSURANCE W THE BEST COMPANIES Herald Road Race fMM T% i i_ uu! unu To be Klin on Philadelphia tonight (forge's Kckstorm Park. This procmes to bs the bis same o! the season to date. Be on deck. Klck-ofl at 7 -o'clock. Another lespie gmne will bo played Brooklyn .morrow iWeSoeadir) nlsbt al Cincinnati Popular Distance Run Revived as Opening Feature of July First Sports is Five Miles, Starting at Herald Office and Ending at Eckstmm Governing the Race. New all south country, distance men. listen! The K-rald road race, run annually on Dominion Day. which wss sus- pended owing to the war. beer, revived, and on-the morning of July 1st contestants will line up in front of the Herald office for tne Thr race will stjrt about 9.30. and thl s year instead of fimsning In 1ront 01 the Herald building the tape will be held In front of the orand stand at jmcduMrs wil! take possession of tcX- EckstcVnV Park where a bis crowd w ill be gathered to witness the soccer storm Park for their Thursday game. anerwards. Pr. B richer, chal'rm.n of trsck of Following is the line-up for game 'J -nH imhx.-li1r.B- in thpir pimi> with the (he L A A A is co-operating to make the event a success, enmei from Claresholm, Stirling, Raymond and a number of other southern towns C John Joh'apsen of Raymond, who won the Herald Road Race twice be- fore the war was awarded the trophy, so that conte.tjn.tJ this year will try fcr a brand new cup. f" Here !irc the rules: The Road Race to te known as the Herald Reid Race. The race to be run annually, on the date set by the Herald. All'competitors be in qood amateur standlnj Jnd holdori A. A. A. cards. The race to be governed by the, rules of the .Alberta A. A. A. The cup to be held by tils 'winner for one year. The to be re- turnsif to the Herald or.e month before next year's race. The same cup to become the property of the runner winning it three times. The course to be 'M follows: Start at the Herald office, up.Fourth Avenue- to Fifteenth Street, across diagonal trail'marked by flags to Hender- ton park, across bridge around lake via 7th Avenue to Eck- -lorm Park, around marked course In park, to. finish in front of grand st and. Runners must not run on sidewalks or taks any short cult. No pace rnakers allowed. Attendant, msy follow, by bicycle my.rdi behind, but must not Inter- fere with penalty of runner disqualified, i he attend- ants must not coach runners untfer the-sime penalty. No attendant al- lowed on last mile of race.' Any protests must be made within one hour after Ihe rate, and the same to be dealt Herald and governing body. SUNDAY GAMES Cincy Wins Short One CINCINNATI. June Cincinnati defeated Brooklyn 4 to 1 today in a game which was slopped in the fifth Inning by rain. Grimes was hit free- ly and gave way to Mitchell in tha fifth. Lugue for "Cincinnati was re- placed by BHer in third Lininj. Philadelphia SUNDAY GAMES New York Again YORK. June York tomorrow (Wednesday) nigbt Adams Park. This is the first senior fame to tie staged on the north side, and is in place of the usual Thursday match. For this week the inter- ith'-the rallies on Wednesday: Walton: Earl and Walton; Lakie. Whyte and Hutton; Miller. P. Ten- nant Campbell. X. Qli'rr. Reserves: Jarltson and Clarke. Kick-off at "i p.m. Players are re- quested [6 be on hand, at 6.t5. League Standing Goals W. L. ForA't.Pts. Callies Vets SL George's.. N. Lelh, Grimes and Kmeser; Kller and SL Louis Wins Another ST. June pitch- ing his first full game of the season proved better thau Woodward and St. Louis took the (bird straight from to-day, 6 to 3. .....1...... 3 SL Louis 6 Woodward. Riiey and Cady; and Clemens. Flsck'j Homer Wins June home run with UTO men on gave Chicago a commanding lead to-day, and behind Alexander's great pitching defeated Boston. 3 to 2. Keating, who replaced 5 1 again defeated Chicago here to-day 1 to P. Shawkcy pllchej his fifth straight victory, holding the league leaders to ona hit. The Yankees knocked Kaber out ot tus boi in the fourth Inning. Chicago 0 1 1 New York............. I 12 1 ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave., opp. Lelhbridge Hotel Phone 1544 IMMEDIATE COVERING Pf.OMPT ADJUSTMENTS INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE j Sstabllshtd 1847 A Policy to Suit Every Need H. J. H. SKE1TH Sherlock Blk. Phone 1343 Kaber. Kerr and Scbalk; Suawkey And Hanna. Morton Winl Own Game CLEVELAND, Juno Guy Mort- on iron his own game to-day ivhen he singled to deep center in the ninth Inning, scoring Johnson and defeating Philadelphia Philadelphia Cleveland Xaylor and Northrop, was hH hard.. Perkins: ..101 ..2 S 2 Morten and The following entry bfanV should be used: t n First Game of Junior League Travel Fast Clip: HERALD ROAD RACE ENTRY pORH: Please accept my entry for the Herald Boad Race. Send all entry forms to the Sportinu Editor, The Daily Herald, Lelhbrldje, Alberta. Boston Chicago Northrop, .Keating. ,ond Alexander and Killlfer; OXelll. Slsler Is Whole Show WASHINGTON, Brilliant playing uy Sisler for SU Louis 2 to 1, In a pitchinE duel be- tweeit Gallla and Johnson. SiElor douhleii In the second inning by excellent base running Trent home when Agnew. threiv wl.lil In an effort to catch him off second. In the ninth Slsler placed a drive over second .which scored BronWe and iron the game. St. Louis 240 Washlnilon 1 2 Gallla and Severolfi; JohnEon and Gharrity. MICHEL, B.C., Juns Michel football team motored to Coal Creek yesterday and In a fast, rough game defeated Coat Creek, 2 lo 1, Coal Creek scoring first and Michel soon after gelling two. No goals Junior oall got away to a good made in tie last period. Michel leada FORCED TO DESCEND FOR FOURTH TIME] slart at the splendid grounds in fluff. Addition last night, when in the open- ing game of the.schedule Use Junior "Y" beat the .liraior Bankers. S to In a fast game. The fast-going Central team.of the achool league has taken np the Job of represent- in? the "Y" and it is going to take a snappy aggregation to beat them Hutton was on the slab last night for the and Geoghegan for thi Banters. Quite i crowd congregated and there is every evidence that the toys will receive encouragement to SO through with their schedule. :ae league. RETREADING, BLOW-OUTS RIMOUTS AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY AVe arc also agents lor the famous P. 0. brands of lub- ricating oils. VETERAN TIRE REPAIR Co., 406 6tti Street South IF YOUP. RADIAT 0 R IS HEATING SEE ANDY 418 5th Street South' LET NOT Hie oenllc lady or tho big fat man "worry about their dellaUd tiret. There It always a boy on hand here to take care of their pleasure without charge. And we are now in position also to give our customers. In retreading, the new diamond Vacuum Tread and other Non- Sk'ds, Ritchie's Vulcanizing Opposite Ellison Mllli UETHBRIOGE i VULCANIZING WORKS We are tho doctors for tires; We have the dale equipment In Southern Alberta for Rim Cuts- -Broken1 Bods our specially. Re-treading It done byr ox- nerti, plain or1 nOn.-tkid. AH work guaranteed. Out of town orders paid one way. PHONE 1664 712 3rd Avenue South BASIL E. CHAPLIN, Hgr. ED. CHAPLIN, Prop. PARIS, June Gene Von-' tain, the French aviator, lelt Villicou- France, early Sunday in another attempt to reach Dakar. Africa, and from there fly acros.- the Atlantic to Brazil, ilis machine developed engine trouble, however, and he waj com- pc'.'.s dto Itnd a! Moncayo, 40 miles northwest of Zaragossa. Spain. In three previous attempts. Lieut. Kon- tain was forced to descend owing to with his machine. Of Big July 4th Fav-i EASTERN HATS (From 'Our Own Corrwrponflenl> BURTJETT. Jnne and Mrs 0. Lomas have relurnol from Cal gary where they haro.baen consulting an eye, ear, nose and throat see i -lir, K. Brown went b Medicine Hut to ses bis Gene, who {has been in (he hospital (here to laorae lime. Gene underwent anolhe I operation last week, and Jlr- expecls ho will be able to corns horn (From Our Own IRON SPHIKC-S, June P. Ttchler and son made a business Irip to Barons on Wednesday. J. W. Rutherford and family were isilors in Lethbrldge on June 4tb. Jle'r. S. Pike and P. W. Tlchler ave relumed from toe conference in Calgary. They report a good lime. Selwyn and Clarence Dlckout have eturned to this community after bo- ng absent for more than a year anil a half. During their absenca they IOVB served In the Canadian navy at Hnlifai (or the greater part of the Ime, where they have faithfully play- ed their part in protecting the shores of this fair country. The welcome.we extend lo (hem is most hearty. .Jnne 15 IB U.P.A. Sunday. Seeing that all churclies aro urged (o recog- nize this day, services will be con- ducted In keeping with this request al Iron Springs St. 11 a.m.; Turin, S p.m.: Batlersc-a, 8 P.M. All tamers n about IWD weeks, just good a He 1 1 IE her olace in lh lone w I h the Wgclt es b 10I.KDO, Ohio. June that JJ11I iirown, a Xew York referee, been .selected lo referee the lieavywtight championship contest be- tween Vv'illard and Uemptey were de- nied here. It was announced that the referee question had not been de- feltied upou ye-t. If tiic .boiers fail to agree upon a [referee, Tei Rickard. promoter of Ills coiitest, under the terms of the arti- cles of agreement, will he einpowcryd to name one. It is known that ho favors Brown, whom he reganis as cne of the capnble ring officials in the country- Willard ?alO be bad not yet given the question of a referee a scriojj thought. .S'KWTOS, "MASS., For Ihe first time 131C (he crack golfers ot (lie United Slates got away at the liraeburn Country Club course (o-day for the national open golf champion- ship. There wcrn 133 slarters, with Kvans. tit .Kdge the title holder, among them. A driizle last night Mowed ny Hie coiifKe and favored the wiirj ilepcnil more on carry (ban roll Mr ilititancc. The greens, cut last night and p-gain this rnnniins. were fast. The cups were placed In spots shell- iiud were said by the players lo EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A Written Guarantee for a Tear and a Halt with Now Bat- teries. J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1965 718 2Id Ave. S. TKeNew Overland and Willys-Kiiight Cars Are favorilee. There A Wg (Jcmand for these cftra; they arc more popular lhan tvw. Permanent Agency This agency is eatnbllihed to are to stay where business jfrospcrt3 are good. P. M. McKltfNON DISTRIBUTOR Show Rooms Service Station Ott Sth Street, South, Near Ltlhbrid'ge 'Hotel, should lend their support lo thin, even lo the last tnnn. Talk It up In your community. izD with Mrs. Tnncker In her lots h the gct es A number of the small hoys of Bur ne Wedn'sclay riding Cycles Ihl, noner ..sC every place K-W. Service Station Service Staltpn for (he famou.i K-W SIfgnelos. stock of parls carried. Magnelos of all makes repaired. MAGNETS, RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 618'Wi Avenue South PHONE 735 IPjSYDE TYRES The Blowout Proof {lelinars FOR SALE BY THE LEE AUTQ SUPPLY Co. "We'entire field will play IS find IS tomorrow, and the CO returning Iho lowest cards will play The player ?A holes Wednesday. lowest card of business was closed Jnd ttie mer- chants hope to keep all the sum- mer, thereby giving their .clciks at well as Iheir.selves a little leisure. If all emjiloyers would take this thought for Ilielr employees, there would rot PO many strikes. Mrs. F. E. Kirk want to Ihe Medi- cine llnl hospital last week, where alie underwent a surgical operation. '1st report she wns doing very well. .Mr. (1. i'alterjon, of How Island, Hpenl liio week-end wild Mr. J. Mc- prlnclpiil of the High school. Mrs. Hemming, who Ims-lieCT the of her brother, Mr. K- Ilarth, spent several days vtslHris friends el Medicine Hal. The baseball game which1 was ad- vertised wllh i-'oremosl failed lo ma- terialize. Although the Hurdett menaca lo pedestrians by riding on the s'.iiCKalX. We would like to call the attention of the. village councillors to thi] Tlie village pound has been doing a thriving business lately, it is n, pity, when the crops are looking nicely, that catllo are allowed to Blray anil destroy no much. 'Mr. anrl Mrs. 'macker arrived bore roin Knglnnil last week and will their home. here. Mr. Thacker t a brother o[ (leo. and Ted Thaeker. 80 well known ill these parls, anil If ho proves himself a.i good a citizen as Ilicy. he will be a welcome addl- nill hart their word of honor.thai w'lh caru win vrin coire. tliny chose the title, a gold and 15'Jf) In.najn. path anil alnysd nl home. Thr, boys If an amateur wins, ho vrill receive ilo not think ranch of the medal and the }500 cash prize will goUnontmanahlp of the foremost team to the professional returning roan whoan JVOM cannot be depcnO oat card. Ud tipon Is no sport, _______--------------' J it. it: John-lion, J.V., was called to i GIBBONS AND MI.SKE MATCHED jWlniilpce 10 sit on a case two (lays _'_i- I in succession. t June 8. Mrs. K. Jubb was caiied to faber lion to tlie cominuuily. COMMERCE GARAGE AT COMMERCE, ALTA, Auto and Tract6r Re'p'alrlna Blacksmlthing Vulcanizing a Specialty JlelreaJ Tires guarantScil for 2500 10% allowed on tho purchase of now tires for old tlrcn.. W6 carry A complete stock of V'ord parla. Aulo Livery. J. H. GRE'IN, PROP. All Work Guaranteed 116 FOURTH AVENUE Tomoibbwis, 3t. t' heavyweights, havn been matched box 10 rounds wi Jone f" liore, It announced lonUhl. by the Illness of t.or Mra. (loo. Thicker received n cable from Knglonrl liio fiUflaen dnath ot lier mother. We all COLLAR kYfllJ iar StRVICr STATION Why We're To help you get the right start with your'ncw To sefr that you are sup- plied promptly with the best battery built. To charge your _btltety if rt need 5 Ciinrgc lo test it with In e lo mp'pfy yon wilh dirtitlcd lorepllr bat- tcrica that have suffered neglect or abuse. i> Corac in rjiytimc. Aslf many queatioiL-. like, but be turc to one: a Balttry In. Kemind ui to hftnd you copy, of the 'booklet Service 31 17th STREETS. PHONE 616 BATTERIES REPABp CHARGED D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. OTR6ET AND FOURTH AVKNUE 80UTH, LETHiBIOOE ;