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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOB SIX run: uminmooK HKUALD JUNE 13.1010 UP EATHER" By G. McManus The Sport Page In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Tonfght al Ecksterni Park there be a'real bill game, when the Veterans and Ihe North Le.kh- bridge crews will clash for the secgnd time this season, and if the first game was any Indication of the struggle to be expected it will be going a long way to The North Lethbridgt Bear- cats will turn out about came crowd as in their game, but the Veterans will be by the addition of Vic Gillies and a couple of others. With Johnny Livingstone on fint. Gllllea oh second, Shorty Munroe on short and Cascadden en third, the iers an infield that rs goad io represent LethbfTdge City in any contest. Link Boston Won. 21 IS 15 it AMERICAN New York Clevrlaml Detroit St. Louii .395 i Philadelphia IS I'D 17 13 I.05T H I? P.C. .cr-a (By Xmea somo lutiuy tricks in golf, mid not only the smaller try bul the great, ones ol the links arc num- fcpiftl among iha victims. It Is one of thii standing imiiles of the game how llilli; things can Mud our weaknesses, TSe irritability ihal worries R man off game is by no means the special I prr.pony of retired and eruMy coiouels who can't pull damned shipi. sailing out there." Everybody, 1 imagine, who plays is to this influence of temperament, thciiih, oC course, it a mailer of de- gree. Delays on ihe round vrill ollen i St Louis By Whitewash homer Did It PHILADELPHIA. Juua St. ST. LOL'IS. June J -Louis, aided uy tufe locals' won luouier m ibe eighili one nun r. to Jon, gave St. Louis a 3 lo 1 victory i Si. 5 0 I over Boston todav. I Philadelphia 0 7 3 j Boston I Yankees in Ltad YORK. June York St. Louis reduce quite" a passable- golfer to anger and Impotence. It is Dol at all uncommon to hear a plover say "thia waiting Is getting on my nerves." Not only 50. but you can sea the evil al work. You fan see Ibe man beginning ilia sad but Btupiil of heal- ing lilmself. Some minor disasler may starl die trouble, as a bad shot or a. bad hule, a iGSt ball, perhaps. An untimely Ion-? isneeie lias been known to do It. Tho I tlrat lea has terrors of its own for I ranks of goiters. There- is usually cak-1 crowd round about, and the effect or ened in the siitn Inning today ;iuJ a "gallery" Is ofteB very upseiilnc and Xew VorJc won, 2 io J results in Juasiiig. a 100 ijuirk swing. QITKDEC. Juno ilio var- ious locals comprising iLe National Catliolic Union httd avoided strikes tiy concllialory methods, was described to Ihe Industrial relations commis- sion at lis meeting in iho hall yesterday afternoon-by the members or a delegation, from inai organlra- (ion. They particularly Invetgbed agalnEl of outsiders, euch as the officers o( iiilcrnaliuiiiil unloni, in their nftairs, tvbtch Uicy contended they were quile ivcll able to Ipoh atter by themselves. The ilelegal-ioo. included Abbe Forlln. CALGARY PDS1AL a few dzyj and Ihla fait er will r.ot be on dick tonlyht, bul he here soon lo ttnngthen Ihe Fragmenti'l'.ne-up. The game starts at 6.45. The juniors d-d not-pliy latt night, ai it wis found late in the aft-rnoon that both the Juniors and the N. L, jirnlon had of the lame players. Tha mix-up fs being strafghtensd up'ioday by Secretary Fllmer of the L. A. A. A. iuia -N'orthrnp and Wilson; Me foot the lead In ihe American League I and demons, race here today, winning the third Eller Weakened straight game irum Detroit, 6 to 1. CINCINNATI. June Detroit 1 8 0 A'cv York 6 ti i Eainbe, Cunningham and Slanage; 5 hawkey and 11 an nab. Cleveland Won i 'Barnts and 'McCarthy; Kller, Hiug flrsl tee experiences worse than that "WASHINGTON, June ud j at llunstamon, wbe're, at Lhe LadEea' Six Straight for Cubs I Championship in 19H; I admired the CHICAGO, June won way In which playerR-of iho gentler s siith consecutive game 5CX dispatched Ihe ball with holh as- hutting oul Philadelphia, 3 to 0. surance and leoslh. The outlook from Philadelphia........... 070 N'ew York iCinciimatl or Ihe eye leaving Ihe ball. In this connection there are fen- worth to Edmon.cn for Ihe Ihlid same of the series from WashiagloQ Imlay, 5 to 1. Cleveland s 10 0 Washington 1 1 Coreleskie .and O'Xeill; Aj res, Thompson and Gharrlts-. Drop'One; Go Down. Juno concen- trated, six bits in the siiUi inning wbich neMed four-Tuna and defeated Chicago, to 0, today. CMcaso" 0 3 2 Boston 4 S 0 Kcrr and Schalk; Pcnnock and Scbanp. -WESTERN CANADA Jacobs anil Aleiander and (.miter..... Plralci Take Three Straight PITTSBURG, June leTeated Brooklyn for the time today, 5 to. 4. Drontcljn 1 S l' ILtsburg ----f '___'.- .1 10 :D Smiln, Mammaui aD'J .Miller; K. liJlcr anij Schmldl. Thousand Years Or Team Roclicaler Newark Butfalo Jersey The lenders were loo. sUng ;v.lth tholr hoino ruos last night fo tfio Old Timers to [3X0 (he kagu :3riuler3 Into camp, antl Iha Hnnkcr I won, 12 to 7, MI B game on Ibo Duff ffrouade -wh'cli sraa B Headed by hundred IBDS of Ilio-dl iricl. The DanVcrs might .hive tiy n lareor score except ihal lliey one oC their stars In Iho cnoriy ;lo play tho Tommy Simons, wbo uicd to cavort arouuO shor1. In (lie days of Honk's savages, is getting too (at to eat 'em allva siny.more. He Is golog to train for n few days'wllh Jtss Wlllard lo gel In shape. Canon McMillan TFBS tbc big gun In ihe Old Timers' outfield. He tried to catch a lot of. tho Hby- locks off second. Harry Francis runs tip .the change ID right field aL every opportunity. The Tans Intimated lo Jim .HAT id son that aa a (fret base- man ho was a good icbool teacher. -13 ran clow, of course, was behind Ihe bat. JlD Ihere for Ihe Old Timers for a few scasonc yoi. Len Grfien -wanted lo Bare fatty's arm for the big game tonight, 'r.o after a few atanzaa ivent In and Hod the jilals hlmsolf. Shorty Powell hit one on .the nose for a mile and managed to raaha first base. Altogether, the Old Timers are considerably Hlrtnglh cncd since last season and probably in-a couple of decades they will be .able to play golf. Their 11 no-up concealed of the following al Dalllniore Toronto PACIFIC COAST Sacramento Seattle Vernon n Franciicd (if Inalnga.) Salt ForLland Oakland Angeles jtla jJropor-, i that tee is right away a bunker, liong Expressio There Is A fallacy (hat pro fessional; figcire in aM tbc big events have no.nerves. They. (loo. have admitted their moments of Uigli tens- i ion but whpre score is IhaL they can control their nerves. Just lifiorn the war the most discussed man fn the LIEUTENANT'S GALLANTRY AT JUTLAND (London Times British House of Commons Report) i Dr. Jlacnahiara replying lo Sir C. Kinlocfj-Ooakc C. LM, said thai llie Admiralty were inform: e. Temperament and Duncan were ettvay.-i mentioned In the same breath. and llic sum of It all iras that the brilliant George was soon bound lo come inlo his kingdom, for'he had al fed f Lieut. Maurice J. ctd his li'e al the Baltic of JullanJ by staying on lioard a sinking ship, which had been deserted and was be- ing hit by salvo after salvo, lo attend to a dying signalman. This inform- ation was nol, liowcrcr, brought to tho Admiralty's notice in the original dispatch of ide comtnanJing nfHrcr, Capt- IJiTiBlniin. of the but' Eubsnqiiently brought to Ihclr notice by Iho commanding1 officer on his return from ITT. prison men I !n Ger- many. It tvaa a fact that tho only last l .1 grip of himself on the hi.? occasions. We must t and sec, bul certainly 1 had the impression that, he rl improved temperamentally. James Draid, Ihe dour-looking doughty Scoi, and Mr. Jerome Travcra, Ihe American champion, have been coupled es v'th iho idcaf tern neramenl. certainly, if you eipecl Jimmy Drairt's face to pire any clno an emotions in a iiarfl matrh you arc on a loser. He keepR his secret like the Sphinx. Jerry Travcrfl was reported to hold a similar advantage, hut when 33 the premier hope of Kioerica he was rccognillon of the deed public- beAtcn at S.imhvlth by, the Tctcrnn MONEY FOR U.3, ROADS WASHINGTON, June icnate pasted the house bill appropriating for de- tlcltnty In trie 'railroad admlnis- ily of the death o[ the- o'ficrr In the Ixintlon (iazoltc nienUnuert in dfs- patchc.n. Tho aipiiiRi Iho iKisl- luiiaous award of lio'riar-i proli I hilcd the of any other honor thin the Victoria Croas, and the Uoard did not consider that Lieut nclbtl's con- gallant It was, reached Ihe high slaiuIarJ for v.hlrh the Victoria Cross was awarded. If WHS. ho was not practkahlc puullsli In the (Jazetlo descriptions of tho scr- 'jjvlct-s for which all oii'cera and men Terc mentJoncd in ilfrpittcliea. Sir C. K this com- mander had not hcen mads a prls antl taken lo Germany, would t nol have been iip.sfilblc for him to have reported lo the Admiralty the gallant action c< this young man? Dr. [fe would have reported earlier, no doubt, bul wheth- er that would have Bffceled the de- cision of Ihe Board that ih'a officer's conduct, gallant as II was, dfd not Iho high standard required for the Victoria Croaa, I cannot say. legtcl stars of Urandov, c.; Mar, p., Sb.; Davidson, Simons, 2b.; Powell, P.S.; Green, Dln- nlrjp, l.f.; iMcMJHcn, c.f.; Fxanclg, r.r. and Kalr Tere Ihe battery. INSYDE TYRES The Blowout Proof Reliners FOR SALE BY :THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 411 FOURTH AVENUE Mr. Palmer, ncrvcs'wcrc I liini, and he stimvciljl. lie was the slroifp. silent man Amsrira, airl a great match player Yet. t.urinusly unoiiEn. we had young Ouimct playing -.vitli Vnrdon and Hal In (lie famous and win nlng in circimisil.iiiccs which nurcly would try nerves of Iron. For chaplain of N'aUcnal r.ill.ollc described the advisory part he in the affairs of the body and who contributed evidence on tho cauge of labor unrest In the Que- bec district. Other witnesses were Ed- -HAIL- INSURANCE r. LN'TKE i i BEST COMPANIES Yemeni Would Repudiate the Trades Council Affiliation if-Given Jobs Hack CALGARY, Juno the pos- inert. He .al siloalion practically tne- only un- sealed element or Iho syrapnthelic ilrike In Calgary.' the effortB ot rnd- cal agl'lators to upset injlutlrial con- ditions ihroushDul the west is 'low Egardod as totally defeated. BiprejS business in Calgary is npn- going ionvard ai Daminioh Eipress worVers all on the ;ob with Lhe .exception of a talc dozen. Tho Canadian Northern Eipress irorttcrs. who voted yealenijy to return lo work, were'on the job as usual Ints morning. lelegrapberB have returned, iG being handled with under normal condllionb antl the pos- tal ieinployeei, who were served with notice of clistnlj'sal tir Iho governracnt lor .going on the sympathetic strike, are'obw making a strong ertorl to get Ihcif positions hack. Th'e most Impoilant fcalure of Ilils situation IE thai a Dig revolt Is brew- ing -auionB the ranks ot the postal Korliors Ihcniscltca. Ol Ihe 178 who walked out on slrlkc, about have drawn together ly IhomEclvcn, away [rtini'tl.c others, anil aro 1" favor o( repudlatlnE Ihclr connection with tlio Trades ami Labor Council. It Is said llml the only element which prevents all open repudiation ot the strike movement is the firm star.d taken by the government Dial none of llic men who went on Elriho shall have their liosillons back. So'slronfi hni this movepicnl lie conic among the striking postal work crs that It resulted in a complete back-down ol the central slrlkc com milted today which convoyed Iho In formation to Mayor ft. C. Marshall am monds, a member of (lib British Sea- men's and Firemen's Un'on, who de- RtTibcd the expeditious manner in whU-b ihe British mariliuic. bctly ad- justed wage differences; J. II. Fosicr, a iijp-rlilnlst, who complained that in- ternational union men were discrim- inated against in the shipbuilding in- dustry fn the Quebec district; Cbarles CaEgraJn, manager of the local mu- nicipal waterworks plant, who pointed out lliat while tbf. sulnries of civic mid civil service employees liad re- mained stationary, their living costs had ad va need by leaps nnd bounds; Mrs. J. II- llammcl; president of the Quebec League. who for ihe elimination of the middleman fn trading In foorfEliiffc, and Mntlamc A. L. who an- nounced that large nuamltlcs of food- were being taken from Ihis ills- trlcl !o the Unllcil Slnleg with the that prices were scaring here. Joseph J'ellelier. a tioiltrmakcr. the first sneaker [or Ihe National Catholic Union, said he' Worked for the Davis Shipbuilding Company, al J.evis, which employed uliout ihelr relations with the company wore quite amicable. When lliey liail had n' grievance I hey sub- mitted It to the company ami it was always redressed. BIG LINER DAMAGED NEW June "transport former- ly one of the crack passenger liners of .the Hamburg-American line, which was rammed last night by the steamship Reddndo, was beached shortly after 11 o'clock thfa forenoon on the sands of Long Beach, U.I. William Henry Nurse, Ganaattuc died at Ms home In that cily. Iho control In case o( Travcra nrotj- tlic comnllUoo of Ilio councl Itiat Ihe conlral ftrlko commltlco representing tlio slriWriE postal work ably failed. Tighl-Cornrr Triumph! Who could Forget Taylor's finish ivhcn he baggcl his laal Chamiilon- fhlp al Hoyiakc? There was ciclto- menl and distractions enough lo do an average man Tor a llfedme, bul "J. 11." played those end'holes, IcnsclJ- kcyerl up no rfoubt. but as It the crowd anil .everything else did not maltc-r. A pinch of this kind is n lest ol Sir C, Klnloch-Coofce. Does the right hon. Rcnlleman mean that if Hi l.i gallant action hpil been brought lo the notice of the Admiralty before the man (lied no action wouM have eeo taken? J don't say that. f am dealing wttli the only honor dial It Is possible lo award posthumously, the Vlclorfa Cross: cm' direct and T. M. Tweedie, incra ber of parliatnclit from Wml Calgary without nny reference lo the centra strike body, A'Jia rciult-cf Ihia conctislon, Twectllo hail n contemned In his oi- flccs-lhls morning with aboul 0 dozen niembera of the postal etrlk'crs Iicadcd i Doothman ol the postal RETREADING, BLOW-OUTS RIMCUT3 AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We.arc nlso agents for Ihc fatnoUR fc 0, broiKiS ol Uib- ricaling oile. VETERAN TIRE REPAIR Co., 406 6th Street South polling greali.ess. It is In the 'light corner when thfi screw is on thai many'' a good player Is let down by his tem- perament gcltlns out of hand. Men' like Mr. John liall overcoming advers- [ly arc good lo sen. they are liealrn they are nol usually worried inlo dpfpat. conccniroln, anil In tlial lileas- cd word "conrcnlrallon" la llic sccrel that kecpn tcmpcramcnl In order. "Keep your eye on Iho ball" Is fiimillar advice, hut keeping your mind on the. hall ii the essence of success, The sooner the bad Fhol or the tail luck Is' Herald Road Race Entry Form: Tleast accept my enlry for Ihe Hirald RoaJ Ract. ___ i Send all entry to Ihe Editor, THe- Daily- LetllbridDe, Alberta, ho pojlal ilrlkers, the .hit; meeting was not made, nubile. It Is understood, however, thai Ihc men Ihc lerms on -.vhlch Ihey were wllHnft lo rfilurn tn work ami they represent a big back-down from llielr first position. t RADIAT 0 R IS HEATING SEE ANDY 418 5th Street South IMMEDIATE COVERINQ PROMPT INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE Eitabllihld I847 A Policy to Suit Every Need SEE H. J. H. SKEITH Sherlock Blk. Phone 1343 LET NOT the genlle lady or the big fat man worry about Ihclr deflated tires. There is always a boy on hand here to take care of their pleasure without charge. And we are now In petition to give our cuslamtri, In rr treading, llic nfw diamond Vacuum Tread and other N'on-, SfeMs. RitchiVa Vulcanizing Opposite Ellison LF.THBRIDGE. VULCANIZING WORKS We are the doctors (Or sick tires. We haw? the most up-to- date equipment In Albert? for Rim Cuts. Broker, Beads our specialty. Re-treading Is done by ex- perts, or non-skid. Aff work guaranteed. Out of town orders paid one way. PHONE 1664 712 3rd Avenue South BASIL E. CHAPLIN, Mgr. ED. CHAPLIN, Prop. The New Overland and Wiilys-Knight Cars t Are favorites. .There Is a big dcrmutl Tor these curs; Oiey are more popular lhan crcr. Permanent Agency This agency Is established to are to stay where business arid prospgcta are P. H. McKINNON DISTRIBUTOR Show Rooms Service Station Oil Block, 5th Street South, 'Near Ltlhbrldgc Hotel. GRAY-DORT MOTOR RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Avr, .Phone 15 Hclel forgotten the hctler for Ihe holca yet lo cpme. let (he misfortune linger in the memory. CuL them oiit antl t hi nit about Iho hole which Is Io IJQ SAildy Herd, I fancy, acted on these llnca when he uprflng Ihe surprise of a llfcilme In the inolit over In'Ireland (n It Is as alrlklnp an emmplo aa 'could be cited. Me was six down lo Varrlon on the first round of the final, anrl.pcoplo hcgan to pcnplo wli'p.mlJRl -Iiavo s'orry when up IhcJr1-' altor'n-arrfs. Ilc'rfl wan IcVcfal th'o teenlh, lialvcd tbo .next, artJ VarOon morncnlarlly falling "At tnc ch.ils and hnlllng his driver oul ol bpunrls, lo.il (he ffral n-ns rurl" Hi at look ihe wrong EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKER Of BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A WrIIIen dimranlcB for a Year and Half Mew Dat- lerlej. J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1966 718 3rd Ave. S. K-W. Service Station Service Slnllon for Ihe fnmou.i K-W llnerintos. F'ull stock (it parls carried. Magnetos of all make: repaired. MAQNET8 RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co, 618 4th Avenue South ____ PHONE 735 BATTERIES REPAIRED -.1 --V P. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRlDOr ;