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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK SIX THE LKTHBIUDGE D.MLt HERALD MONDAY, JUNK 10, 191U "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. -McManSs I OIDKT WANT THE TO THINK I VQO! The Sport Page BASEBALL GAMES FOR THIS WEEK There -nil! be )c-2foe bail ?ao-.c- m-ccn the Veterans and Hie BsnkTS. The promise Ij have a rouchi'-V strpcser line-up onv the job toniEi'LtK' than they had ajains! Ihe on Friday, and-should Kivc Ihe crs a run lor their money. The BjnL- crs also have strengthened some and Ihe brand ol baseball should he Im- proved from now on. Be there a] C On Wednesday evening, at G.20. ibe BDIT Island Team will be berc. Some- time aso the locals welll 10 Isldud jnd won bv the score of o to ;1. and the Island team are aaxEuus TO gel even. On Friday night Taber will in vade Ihe'rily. This loam has greatly -'.rc-ugTliencd The pas: few days and beaT Coal- dale on Saturday. 10 to Lewis will be on Lh? mound for Tabor. On Saturday Ihe locals jour- 'ney to Mapra-Ji. In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Lost. IS is .696 .COO 545 .457 .451 .oS.i .333 Score Also Trim- med in Need of Practice i MICHEL. B.C. June The .Michel baseball team visited nlilrmore lasl Wednesday and swamped. IS to 1. The KeruEo ball team played here Friday evening heal the home team. 13 [o J. Michel has Fonle ball players, but they' ueed practice Creek 7-1, Practic- ally' Cinching League Championship AMERICAN ChlcaEO New York Cleveland St. Louis Detroit Boston Washington...... PMlaJtliiliia...... Won. 2S Lost. 15 II IB THE LEADER CIGAR_STORE CIOARS, CIGARETTES, TOBACCO, SOFT DRINKS 331 511, Strut South Phone 1826 Opening for builnesi June 1Uh A. MAXWELL, Prop. -HAIL- INSURANCE IN THE BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS INSURANCE IN THE' CANADA LIFE EiUblljtitd 1847. A Policy to Suit Every Nrcd SEE H. J. H. SKE1TH Sherlock Blk. 1 Phone 1343 Juucy Only Allows Three Big Crowd' Sees IFrom Our Own 1 MICIIEIi, n.C.. June H Michel j Barons team kept UT> their winning streak today by taking Champion into camp to the tune o[ 5 to 3. wavon the moand for the locals'and'Tvas ifah'tlable up lo IhB 5tb the visitors scored 3 runs. -Slier.-for Champion also pitched good ball, Barons.scoring one in the second'and lour ini innmg.. enough Ib'win the garce. In fourth inning .Nelson hil_for two -r-ackB with tbe pulling Ibe' ice for the locals.. There was a'large present. 1 bul-the bad wind, made judgment b[ '.fly balls very hard for both teams. Streib of Calzary umpired the game. hich_was free from rag-chew I >ng. He is a good umpire and keeps Ihe players on their toes all the time. II Following is the-score by n. 11. E BaronF 7 3 2 Juney and Nelson; filler and Grady. Umpire. Streib. continued theSr wlnnluB sirea'i today by debating Coal Creek. 1 to 1- Coal Creel iieored the tint goal, but Jllchel settled down and piled up tbe la'ii? end The same WES Iiol- ly coateslcd, Ctrai-vrtek'tiii. a cbanc'e lo rcmabT In tbe running. This praclitaliy gives pionsnlp of the le Michel the cham- Our Own rorrespondfnt) COU-TTS, June crops gen- erally ore; looking splendid, tboush perhaps; a little thin in patches. We ha'd "a good rain in (Joutls on Mon- day evening and night, though il -VV-RS not general over the district.. A rain will'be, needed in 'the n'ear tulare to pfcsect fjne condjtipn ot the Jrye is beaded- ouli iiul Is. a poor crop generally, ow- ind probably, to tee lack.ol. moialure in the early spring. Mr. J. J. Donnell, ot the .McDonald and Wlllson electrical ronto, vho has Seen visiting Mrs. T. (SATURDAY GAMES) R. H. K. [loslon C 13 0 Cincinnati KilliiilEinl, Kwlins .md Trajessor; Fither l.unue and Wlnco. U. II. E Brooklyn........... 1 5- St. Louis............. Batleries rtsffcr anil Wheat; Tuero and demons. F.levrn InniiiES. II. H. V.. 1 3 2 0 4 .0 ind McCarly, Vausbn. Manln and Killlfer. R. H. E. 1 7 0 PiUsbnrg S .1C 0 Smith. Hisoy and Mayer and Schmidt. SUNDAY GAMES Xoiv York.............. r> I" Chicago .......f' J 110 innings.) Perrill, nubuc, Bcnton and Alr> Carly; Jlarliij. Douglas, (SATURDAY GAMES) It. 3 Cleveland BoDton and O'XeiH; Riilh St Louis 6 I New York 10 AVriglil. Ames, and Mayer, Severoid; Thornialen and Hannall. New York Chicago n. Detroit Wnshlngtun Slanaget and Gharrity. R. Chicago 6 Philadeliihin H. f, 13 712 Holnnd and L. A. H. tea TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND LIGHT OIIAYING Day and Nlshl Service "Furniture and Pianos a spec- ialiy. Orders for llarilleOille solicited. We sell and deliver wood. Steve nnil foot lengths C. 0. 1 PHOrJE 1869 Olflct 922 2nd Avenu: South PAL. MOORE ON WAY TO ENGLAND ________ i YORK, .lune Moore, tantamweighl -pug'.llst. o( Memphis, and hU managc-r. Xale Lewis, ot Chi- caED.: sailed [rdm here for England, oflay. Moore Is malched to meet '.he nyireight champion. Jimmy in on July 17 In u 20- round iveigbt-limit bein; 116 pouoda. Edward Ellis, a farmer, aged.folly five, was instanlij- killed.while stand 'Ins in B church doorway at Enter prise, OnL, SmoVe "Player's Navy Cut" Clojreties wrapp.d ]n Tin Foil. -i -i- LINEUP Of. FRAGMENTS 0. Clark and family, let! tor home last Monday. iclrl.x, r.i KlllireVi h'Katrell. 3 S i Cadore, Mitchell and Miller. Wlieal: Icoflivin and I .No others scheduled.) and Sclialk; ROE- ers and Perkins. SUNDAY GAMES St. Louis 1 s -New York (153 Shocker and Screroid; Qulnn and Ilanuah. lUlroit................ 8 Washington 5 10 0 Ehmkc and Stnnage; Ayref, house and Ghnrrlty. 1X0 others scheduled.) ceased with several oilier me Ibe ore sbu'le, when.it suddenly collapsed, pinning him un- der tons of. roct- The accident oc- curred abntit 11 o'clock Monday nighl, and men were at onceJput to work, I working In relays at ten mfniiles, to The Frasmenls from France lineup on Toesday night for the game against SL George'B United at 7 p.m.: Dunlop Anderson Tennant Shaw McCormack Gallagher Thompson Linning floberlson Allen Hunlop. Kane. way to _ Mr. Geo. Hartley nobcrls..has re- lumed home froji a husines'a Irip to Lcthhrldge. Mrs. Thurslon and children, of Cal- gary, arc visiting Mrs. Piahorrj. The contract for the new Verbnrg srtioolliouse has been given to-Mr.-M. C. Yerburg. Customs'Officer "Walcnorn can now hrealh freely again. He has just shipped lo Calgary hhi accumulated Elore of captured booze, consisting of sli barrel! and 1C cases ot whiskey, upun which many lulile designs hive been discussed hy the thirsty ones of Sweel Grass. The t-onlracls on the combiueu new hotel and John Mirrs.Jlcrs. for Sweel Grass, were awarded on Wed- nesday to C. llaverlanrtt, o[ Kallspell. him. the instant the rock which was pinning him down was-removed, he ciplred, owing lo the reaction o, blood pressure. The lean will strip as usual in on will com- 'nience nejt Monday. The. hotel, which club rooms al 6.30. CALGARY EXHIBITION June 28th lo July 5th SHOW WINDOW OF WESTERN CANADA'S BEST LIVE STOCKSAND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS the BEST PROGRAM ever prerenled Including: SOUSA AND HIS BAND Passenger Cairying and Slunt Flying by Capt, Fred McColl, D.S.O., M.C. wilh bar, D.F.C., ol Calgary, and Capl. W. May, D.F.C.. ol Edmonlon Excellent Vaudeville, Horse and Auto Racing. NEW CONCRETE GRAND STAND AMD CATTLE BUILDING. Reduced Passenger From Alberta and Satkatehewan points, all? B. east of TJefson and Golden. PRIZE LIST NOW CLOSE JUNE 13TH President: E. J. Dewcy. Marlager: E. L. Rfchardaon. Is lo be 100 feel square, and ro.st will DC the best between Calgary and Greal Kails. Two baby hoys arrived al tbe home ol Mr. Porter L. Itctse on Tuesday. rntortunately. one ot them baa died. I'litnl and Crew Out On Dail rrorrc-DTjniJenP (.'R.ANHKOOK. H-C-, June 13.- -The funeral ol Henry llogberg, tfrom Our Own Correipondenl) MICHEL, B. C., Junt! vincial Constable .McNeill'.ot Fernie accompanied by Constable Browii and Hashes, raided Pete Zdrnlly's pool room and Frank on Wednesday afternoon. Nothing was found in tbe pool room but-they cnh- fjacaled thirty-two boles of-raiaina and a quantity o! wine and Sccjch 'at Zoratty'5 home, after "breaking Ihe ock to get in, Mr. being out of town. Al Forann's they got some wine and a pot of home-made lirew llill cooling as well as Ihe plant for making II. Zoratly Uiant nn I2.0M bond and For'ano on JSiOCO. The case cornea Tip on Ihe 13th. The Jloose tield a nucccsafii! (lied 'from Injurits received In the Sullivan ;mlue at Kimljerley. held from tbe undertaking parlorfl of F. M. -Mc- Pticrson yesterday and was very .lareely attended, a large number of llhe Irltnds and (ellow-worken of the deceased having come rlown from I Klmbnrly. i An in'llltst was held by Coroner Orr-en Wcdnesclay, and from i the CTldcnco It appears Itial Ine de Breaking is Town To Have Chautauqua in July (Fioni Our Own Correiponilonl) FOREMOST, June Another good rain added to the list rturiug Ine weelt, when thrcc-flltbs ot an Inch roll, mak- ing a tolsl rain fall so lar in June, of of an inch: Tills witli the inch and a quarter and a snow Etorro in May makes the oiitlooX so far as moisture is concerned briehl. Wheat on summerfallow stand? bet- ter than five Indies liigh, wliilc Ihe later sown Is making good progress. The Riuilin thistle la very bad in some places. Many furmers are at the summer fallow and the breaking is helng rushed. Tbe dates lor Ihe ForcraoBt Chau- lauiiua. bave been sel for July 21 to 26. This should be a reminder lor all Interested to get busy anil not wiijl till the lasl moment. With tbe splendid program as.olllllnod-jl should not be ID make tbe Chaulaunua an even greater success Ihls year than J. G.dlloberlson Bpent tbe week viEltlng Medicine Hal, Calgary and Lelbbrldge In-tbe Inlcreets of his busi- ness.' Mrs. Uoulcl is spending Ihe, week visiting friends (n l.elhhrldee. Mr. u. Wake, principal. of -the public Night Service Mclaughlin Garage Street South' For Ihc.'convcnlcnce anJ bet ter service lor our we are jirepared to take on ad- ditional. at nights. Cars-washed and polished, waxed or slmbnizcd al reason- able (work done OU CountTy carriage washed, oiled and greased. Cars .'greased and oiled, Tire repairs, etc. Emergency calls promptly al tended" lo. Cars stored In our Garage arc well looked nller. LETHBR1DGE MOTORS, Ltd. Arthur Birnslcy Sieve t-jwiorv Manager Night Tortman LET NOT the gentle lidy or the big fit man worry about their deflated tireB. There [s always a boy on hand here to take care ot Iheir pleasure without charge. And we are now In poiltlon also to give our customers, In retreading, the new diamond Vacuum Tread and other Nori- Vulcanizing Opposite GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Slh STREET SOUTH WE ARE NOT IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS The New Overland and Willys-Knight Cars Are lavorileE. There l.i a btR demand for thcso cars; Ihey are moro popular thin ever. Permanent Agency This Agency Is established to are going to slay where business and iirosperls aro good. P. M. McKINNON DISTRIBUTOR Show Roome Service Station OK Block, 6th Street Couth, Near 'Holnl, v dance frlrlay emiinB hrtNalal. An elBhl piece orchestra from Fcrnie sup- plied Ihemnsir. Aulo'loarlS Irom Vtl- nle, Colcman anrl lllllcrest'alone with the home (TOM! nlled all enjopeil a time. i The veterans ami working men of Michel and Nalal .have, orealllieil ,a club. Having deal for, IB'Klng possession ot tht-'oW 'TrltcK- Wood more In .VaUI. tHcj'.-frc It fixed up vn.lti reacHni; 'f'Jpniit, school spent the week-end in Calgary. The merchants are lobe confrntulal- ed on tlic effective manner In which tin! ThurRday half holiday has been carrlsd into effect. There even seems 1013 business done than on Sunday, i Out why nnt make It a tommunlly j naif holiday, aporls. recreation and i WHEN YOU LEAVE YOUR TIRES WITH YOUR GARAOE MAN, 1 INSIST ON HIM SENDING THEM TO TrtE VETERAN TIRE REPAIR Co., 406 6th Street South GRAY-DORT MOTORCARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The AHen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave., opp. Helfl v SOONER OR LATER Your experiments wilh lires will lead you lo Kelly- Springfield. Afler that you will always use "Kellys" Phone 1907, THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 'M FOURTH AVENUE Herald Road Race Entry town Improvement, etc, I Mr. A. Hulherfor.; visitor In Lellibridte Ihls week, Mr. Singiwnrlh of Snnalla Hlslrlct was vlsllor (n I.clhbrlrtge during Ihe week, MrCahr. who lias Ijeen visiting Kith her sister at SiilfTielil during (hr. past moutli returned home on Friday's i Srraw who has licen In Oregor, for'the unfit fow months tin account of her heallli, returned on Friday. Please accept rny entry for the Herald fload R.icc. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A Wrlllen Unaranlcc for a Tear and. a llajt "-vllh New Bat- teries, J. D. THOMPSON Phone. 19S8 "i 718 2rd K-W. Service Station Service Station for Ilie famous Magnetos. flork of pnrta carried. Mngnolos of all rtiakee repaired. MAGNETS RECHARGED The Roy Electric Co. 4th Avenue South PHONE 735 Nan- Le Send all entry 10 Ihe Sporting Editor, The A'herla. p Diily Herald, The body ol Meiit, Grant Gorjde'r- returned who hill been missing for I'orne wcekp, was foilrul In the bay at Toronto. IXrr.caaod bail licen iiiillc III since1 hls'relilrn from France, Ixntli II. Ilesbon of Windsor, agci! forty, died afltr agonizing snrfcrlnc frrjfrj burned, blA clolli- ijnknown (o him, becoming sp'ray- vd "vllli BATTERIES REPAIRED CHARGED. Dfs. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FqURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LtTMBRjpQI a ;