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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta K SIX DAILY '.'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManAsI1 "HAIL" INSURANCE STOLEN AI-L THE OCX-MEAT AW '-----1 COOKIN' AN' OLD-FASHION STEW FOR HERSELF- IVL JUST EM" THlb MESELF- AH! THAT'S FIRST DECENT GRUB I'VE HAD oirKE BEEN IN I VJISH WOULD HAVE KiND OF FOOD THETINE WHAT I CAUL FOOD! To Allow Big Fight In The Major Leagues New York rinc'noall Chicago riuaburg Detroit Boston Wasbiugtoti Philadelphia Fealureless Game Won 2-0 in W THE 7 BEST COMPANIES. IMMEDIATE COVEPINO PROMPT INSURANCE IN THE Wand .will be at the old toll posture tonight .to wipe out F the sting of the 5 to 3 dofeftt ad- tnlnWe.-ed them on th: laur of His local crew a coupln of weeVi The locals have a number cf new players on the line up, who have recently returned or who have arrived from other points on the compisi! A snappy teim will bi fielded and they will be kept on their toes so thmt the draggy ball which hat marked time simas on the local park will hot be repeated. The lociit have a hotl ol pitch- for mound dirty. Besides De Mir, ind other City L'eague pitchers, there will be present a young hurler from Van- couver, Jutt from France ha pitched a lot of ball. He called up Manager Tommy Evani this morning and Hid he '.-would to hurl tie game- If his arrri Is.good before the game he will likely be started. Bow laland hat i snappy an.- g.-egatlcn, and the game ihould be a good one, as the weather Is hot enough for fart ball." Ts'er Is here Friday- Either Tuflland or Lewis will pitch. The i locals go to Migrath Saturday, and the Garden City crew invades Le'.nbridgn next Wednesday. pTcincfebAST 20 Minutes When Both Goals Scored SAINTS I'LAYEB ONE JIAN SHOUT Veterans i; SI. George's d.- Once aeain Vcierans, after nn hour ol goalless play, wen) able lo lint It 0-fT George's in the closing period by a score of 2 to 0. The game :b thet res pe.c'_ .vtas very similar to I thfr meeUag last week between these j teajns, when after TO mtautes' play Without a score. 51. George's weal to pieces and lost the match io the last 25 roinules. Quite a crosrd -wasfpresent ID Eck- storm Part last nlsht. raaoy fans bavins the idea >nal, allboujb the Vets sbould win yet SI. Geone's slubbomnes; might snatcli a but the. game was unereottal. LACROSSE MEETING Lacrosse alicks have arrivtj in Here's for a big game for the Day sports. There will be a big meeting of ull lacrosse players Friday likely in the cily council chambers, wbr-n every old player and fill tnlerc-bleil in reviviug Canada's national -J suromer game are asked In be present. Tlie fans are settins busy, and iLe thud ol galled slick on (be hard part of ihc fallow's anatomy will soon be sweet music In the land. c- v v Three' Straight For Pirates 1 P1TTSBUKO, Juus was defeated by PJllsburg to: the third successive time today. 6 to v 0 H. H. E. Philadelphia 5 ritlsburg c Jacobs and Adams; Miller and. Schmiul. Btali Causty CH1CAUO, June 17 Pasacrl's horuor with uvo on caused toe Mti'remeut of Causey and save Chicago a leiii Now York c-ould not over- Xlcomc. K. 11. E. New York 2 5 C-tjcago 7 11 2 Causey. Hagan and McCarthy; Alei- ander and OTarrell. Trooklyn-St. Louis, Boston-CluclDnatl, raiu. Three Out of Four NEW YO11K. June Yorli-j made it three out or lour Troin Sl.j Louis by winnlnc the last game oil Ihe (1- Ne'.v York 5 Weilmau. Wright and Severoul; Shore, ami Hannah. Twe Kor Indians BOSTON7. Juns won both morning and afternoon gomes COLUMBUS, Ohio, June The Ohio legltUlure last night re- fused lo Interfere with the WM- lird-Dempiey prite fight at To- ledo on July 4. The house of rcpresenlatlves, by a vote of 57 to 29. defeated the Dunne bill that wauld have given Governor Cox authority lo prevent the de- cree Issued by the clly ot Toledo. Rcprosenlatlve Dunne, however, made n motion to reconsider vote, and this motion probably will be taken up Wednesday. CANADA LIFE 1847 A Policy to Soil Every Need H. J. E'SKEITH Sherlock Blk. Phcns INTERNATIONAL Ates. T.Viiilon, Oall. attacked bis ivifo with n razor and then tried to commit suicide by Lulling his Iliroal. galniog much advantage. Lush re Jred In the leaving Ihe Saints men, bnL their Jetense was gooil. and halt-lime arrived un-1 Jersey City eTenlfully wiih honors, even. Ilochesier there "belns littl Vclerans who again carried Portland -Oakland las Lake lluffalo...... 1 Newark eicllemenl. The in'iiy the honors, iBsihe did In Ihe previous end by ihe teemiogly lnpenitrah'9 delense iul up" by TennaDt and Wlop. St. Georee'3 can thajit Ihoir htll and-fnll hack line.lbsl ths Ecoro was n'close one, for Ilie.'defense put up oy Holherlon. Xesblll and Pear- son sure' atopped the fast forward ine of lie Vels from doing mnoa damage. The Saints missed BesVirtct from their left ivlnf, but a consider- able amount ot pep was added by Wlilettj. who.seams to have lost little ot he displayed tor EO with Ihe S.O.E., nt centre. He ed an agp-essirs Bsme and was helo to the (orward line. The TONIGHT BOW ISLAND vi LETHBRIDGE Friday TABER vi LETHBRIDGE ECKOTOHM PARK BOTH GAMES AT 6.30 Aimlulsn i Grandstand Free Ealn >o Luah qnlttlng afler aoout ten minutes play. The surprlie oi tho gams was hat tie Vels could not open tholr coring until so laic, bat the reasca eems to Ije that with a belter Saints onravrl lino, Iba Iwo teams are very Tcnly matched and there Is nolnlng letwcen them. But Iho Saints' do- la cramped by tbe failure o[ lie forwards lo play up tho field. Con- sequently, after an hour or ao, Ihey ;et played ouL rtlle tha Vets' for- Una, -with their superior train- Bra Iresh the game through, ever on the alert and ro.l3S.Uig no chances George's attacked at the open Ins, 'nd ECore Pos Eiula, But IDS Vels soon got together atrd toclt the play Inlo tha aalnts linea, where Parions cleared a smar attack. Kesbltt tried i long shot, hut Andersol, Ihi leather hack again and Parsons TVS to give in early comer. ley look the. ball down the -wing alle tha clearance, hut lOEtxto Anderson Holbertoa sent Vftitter on smart run, the close I and thoollns wllh a likely one bu rather weak. Allao put in a 'ong sbo which Parsoie easily disposed ai. S-i eral times he -WQ.3 called on, but fo i the most part of Ihe first Ih play was In nellber On the restart, the Vels pressed and a 'nice, pass [rom FArranl gave HoberUon a'-.great opporLunlly. nul that nsuajly rlangemus man fuuihled. his shot soing wide. The Vets kept up Ihe attack, hard shots in iiuick suc- cession- golns in, bnt; Parsoas was eijaal lo' them all. [tobertson forceO another' corner, which .asain Fruitless, and the Saints look a turn in the aid Wcstley [iSiirliis largely. End to end play was in order for a Ihe Vets try- ing hard-tor a tally, but the halt was well gone when. Roberlson. securing; sen! In a" hard shot which the Saints' goalie could .not reach, and the Vets a-great cheer were one ahead. Kicking off. Hie Saints pressed lor a, vhlle. Weslley heat Anderson, and rrn.n. nnnnrod oii Ihe bill and sent fine shot, just missing the up- ghL RooerUon and Farraiil cich ied fihois. as did at tho ther end, Dunlap n'ith ditflcnlly clear- ng. sent in a groimdtr which nicely cleared, and len minnles elore lime Roberlson again scored Fith a long shot Just inside the posts Arsons- Ihrcw himself for a save, bu was slow .in genius'inert. The Vets vere now two up. and tho SalnU' de ensc bard put for a while to avo.a further score, but they provei qual lo Ihe occasion, am] the game First Toronto Baltimore Second Toronto B.-llimore BlTlghamplon-Readiris, rain. 0 it. 1 S n. 7 10 it. 17 .3 Herald Road Race Entry Form: here today from Boston, 4 lo 3. and 3 lo 2. cleaning up Ihe four sauies. Morning H. H. fc.l Cleveland............ J Boston 3. l Plillllpj. Wood and O'Neill; Jones Schang. Afternoon f'' Cleveland............ J Loslon..........i ,6 Morion and O'Neill; 1'ennock and Srhang. Walter Johnson Again June held' Detroit to lour Mis today and Washington won. 2 lo 1. Detroit J, Washington f.ove. Cunningham and Slanage; ohrisou'aud Plclnich. Clean Sweep Tor Sox PHILADELPHIA. June ook tlie entlic series "with Philadel- ihia, winning today, 7 lo C. n. H. b.. 7 10 C 15 1 r a and gdialk; KayWr Rogers, Johnson and Perkins. McAvoy 400 "I the Acme Glove o Morltreal, have returned lo work, elng Branteu 15 per cent., Chicago inlEherV with the Vcls the winners y two goals to nil. The teams: Anderson. Ten- nanl; Allan, Shaw find Truemair, Dunlop, Thompson, noberlaon, bin- ning and Farranl. St. George's: Parsons; N'cabitl and Pearson; Jonoz, Hnlberton and Firlhi Weslley, Willeltai Oliver and Hincks. Jimmj Gun- Please accept my entry for th Herald Road Race. Name Address O fr 'f DID 14-YEAR-OLD GIRL SET RECORD VICTORIA, .lime Ing to llmob lakfcn at St. Mar- Karel's school Bporls here on fr Saturday, a world's record (or the 100 yards waa made hy a H-yearold giil, Ada Algar, whose time for the distance Is given aa 3 1-2 ccconds. ff The world's record for the 4 1M> yards Is 9 3-S asconclg, made by Kelly and rtarold Drew, fno negro abrlnter. Slnd ill entry forms to the 3 portlnjr Editor, Th: Dally Herald, Alberts. SOONER OR LATER Your experiments witli tires will lead'you lo Kelly- Springfield. After that you will always use "Keflys" Phone 1907 THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. The Caledonians; >nd North Ldhbrluge meet tomorrow night in a return game which promises far better fare than was served up a', their last me.eting. The have itrenalhened up their team considerably, several new men appearing on thelr.llr.e- up. north Uclhbrrdge will field practically the same learn, with but one alteration.'They need the points of this game 'to give Ihem any ctiance for the pennant, hut, in tt.c woi-os of a Callle-bacJier: have not to go all the way to gel them." The teams will line up as fol- lows: Callits: Hclnlyre; Douolat, Eas- ton; Laller, Williams, Hcllvena; Wilson, Invin, Colquhoun, Irwln, Breeie. Hiierves: Campbell, Me. Kay, Owens, McFarlane. North LethbrirJce: Walton, Earl, Walton; Lakie, Whyle, Hut- ton; T.'Tennanl. Stowe, J. Ten- nsnl, Campbell, Gurr., Reterves; Millar. Kennedy. All the sbove are requested lo the ball park at 6.45 sharp. A special endeavor l> requitted that'this game start at o'clock tharp. The support of the fans li necenary, and the belt way lo hold this ii to have .Ihe gamti turt on time. Playeri, note, and qovcrn yourielvei ac- cordingly. A good crowd at lha 8U gimt laet night, and Ihe league official! gralilied. A big crowd lo- morrow night l> likely, as.much Intereil centres on fixture. f reel Elliott GENERAL THHING Phone 1713 330 Sixth Street South LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. LET NOT the flentlo lady or the big fat man worry about their deflated tires. There Is always a boy on hand here lo lake care of their pleaiure without charge. And we are now In position also to give our customers, In retreading, the new diamond Vacuum Tread and other Nan- Skids. Ritchie'i Vulcanizing Opposite EllTSon Mllla WESTERN CANADA J.W. Jackson Alter spending Hie pnsl lour years'on active scrrice, Is npjv; open'lor business In the, old Acme Plumbing Dldg., PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS FITTING Teirtpprary Phone 483 GOOD BUYSr IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS "ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 Blh STREET SOUTH BOULTON'S AUTO Our OUT Service the Dcit TRY U3 Office Phone ............1206 Residence llovcy and Haincs in Pitchers' With Hits Before a record r.rowd, IlaroiiB went down to sleicat at Stavely by the acore of. 1 lo 0. Both pitchers pitched great ball, Hovcy, Ihti Uarons southpaw, holding Stnvcly to 5 hits and Halnes lor Slav cly, pitched the gimc of hb life, holding Darona to 3 hits. Slavely hag been the only learn to defeat Barons this acnson and lliey hare taken bolh BOrnea by tho scores of to 1 and 1 lo 0, the Bcore of the lirst game standing I lo 0 till the uinlh Inning, llalnca great pitching has won both: games lor Stavely. opens the 3outhern Alberta rfajpie In Stively. Frldiy. June ZWh ther oul to eel reTengn, Tie of 'Welland were Rur- prlMil to learn that Joseph Moralllo. icntmcerl lo five yean in Jail, had been allowed out on parole alter nerving nlnoleon months. THE LEADER CIGAR_STORE CIGARS, CIGARETTES, TOBACCO, SOFT DRINKS 311 5lh Street South Phone 1826 Opening lor buslntsi June 111h A. MAXWELL, Prop. 1. A. H. Roosa TRANSFER, DAGGAQE AND LIGHT DRAYINO Day and NIghl Service. Furniture and Pianos epcc- lally. Orders for Ilardlcvllli aollclldl. We soil and dellrer wood. Stovo and 4 foot lengths C.'O. D. PHONE Office 922 2nd' Avenue- South WHEN YOU LEAVE YOUR TiRES WITH YOUR OARAGE MAN, INSIST ON HIM SENDING THEM TO THE VETERAN TIRE REPAIR Co., 106 Sth Street South SOUTHERN ALBERTA LEAGUE, 1919. Vulcan Champion Carmangiy Baroni Cl.r.jholm Vulean 416 FOURTH AVENUE .111IT Jnno 8 July 25 June 30 I Champion Junr- 25 Aug. 7 Juno 2f> .luly 3 Aor., 1. July 14 Aug. 4 June 19 July IS July !3 Carrriangay Barortt .luly 4 June July 18 .Inlr 21 July 10 Jane 25 Aujf. 7 July 3 July K July 14 Allg, t June 13 July 30 I Juno 20 Cfirelholm Slavoly 1 July 18 July 23 I .Tune 23 July 7 July K Aug. 8 Juno Aug1. 7 July 3 AllZ 1 EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTBRIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Quiranleti! A Written Guarantee for i Yoar and a'Halt wilt Naw Bet- Icrlej. J, D, THOMPSON Phone 1966 718 3rd Aye. 9. GRAY-PORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd opp. Lethbrhigt, K-W. Station Service Stnllon for Ihe famous K-W Msgnetns. Full tlock of parts carried, Mienelos nt all rnakci MAGNETS RECHARGED Tke Roy Electric Co. SH.4lh Avenue South PHONE 735 Juno 18 July 3D Junl 2? .July 1, .Inly 25 BATTERIES REPAIRED CHARGED D S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH? LETHSRIDOe ;