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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE i.cninmnGE DAILT 1'BRINGING UP By G. McMamis DID bEE THIt. HELMU HE. BROUGHT TO TOO-HE STOP-WHX OID'VOO CHViE MR. SMITH OOT OF THE HOOfcE? HAIL INSURANCE IN THE BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT The Sport Page In The Major Leagues Great (Jamc in Second X. L. L'. Musi Non- Vets Twice TO WIN CHAMPIONSHI Half___ mistake seemed to be ihe movies of Joel; Tetmanl from the forward Hue to leli half. Jock has played i sreit game tor Hues ibi.- scasnn, Ehur- tng with Gurr the honorL, of their at- iack, aud. k was evMcnity a v FOOTBALL TONIGHT v Niinh I.eTlibriJRO 1'niiod for %xme is as v follows: -I- Moora, Hailley. Miller, Laing. v Jackson; Von. Kennedy, Moll- 0 vena; Walton; Tain- v bor. Hese-ves: Wilson, Webb v McNahb. v iBT. GEORGES 2. N. LETHBR1DGE 0. Acams Part haJ some- .vhal of the appearance ot Gall [Square yean Bg.o tbe crovd [lined np in their thousands tor a tooi- canre. Probably lie 'crowd seen in Adams Park was prsa- JPDI at the same In: nighi, and very TTBS Ihc large alieadanue 'or Ibc fair ses. H WM a bot nlcht'for poccer. and in the.firal haU especially Ihe heai thnwefl its effect on the but Ihe ibjenco of wind U vorlh aofuelhing and at Limes real goo J fool- "ball T735 seen. The firal bait Svas one-side il. SL Georee's Adldius rlne men, and ihB crowd cipflcled a walk-away .for xbc bines, bul willi Krut defeuse n the EnElishraea held their until JD lUe second half, -when ihair. line-up did reach eleven rccn; they p.d their defence, "-work Into a great at FifLecn nJnulfs after half lime, Clayton look Ibe field and his coming to move blra. Falrbrother atill remem- bers tlie gawe. uiiil his !ois of foot- ball !eh, allhough as one of Ills sup- porters said, he a llule too j soon. Botby was io the picture all cho XortbsiJerf attacked. ihe ball well up into Ihe Siints de- fence and Gurr with a groat opening shot and hit Ihe post- Parsoas was there, however, and proved to be all there on several Just be- for? half lime, ihc Saints were given iVew York Cleveland Chicago Detroit FhitjdelphU Xcw York Kirjii game: 1G NATIONAL 3d !J I'.C. .ti67 New York Cincinnati .U-'J Chicago .450 Urooklyn Uuli Philadelphia IlO5tQD Won. 31 SO -J5 js IT l.oit. IS :t 21 -.'5 2S P.C. .054 .004 Hoston-.... Second game: fioalon...... Clevelsnd Chicago------ St. Louis-Dei roil; postponed; rain. the ttnie wiih lots ol headworb Karl! auoiher hard tussle, tbc nines pres-; Ctayion look the field ihey quickly and Walton again were stonewall and sing hard lor several moments, j rearranged their line-up, game especially in the first half, very little got by-them. The Saints '.von a great Hamilton and Schmidt; Snyder, Flrsi game: Uaslon Philadelphia........... Scolt and llogi Second ganie: Boston Philadelphia McQuillan and Wilson; 1 1 Clark. New York Urooklyn 33 1 3 Doak tbc 'Saints, nnd ftilTy dJffercr.P'same resulted. The rcalnre of was probably the work ot the goalie, Tvho stopjred shoLa frcm all directions and boots, and seemed to a rharmert Ilie. The Norihiiders were Why ie pul ID a bad one which goalie turned round the post. took on a new color- It wis Soon seen that the blues chances were far from victory bn their iloggedness and stay- ing power, but ihei- forward lino, especially the inside men give the op-1 posing 'defence too much room, and Ihcir own defence has a much harder i game to play -.trough ;helr failure to keep boring in. I Tlie 'Saints won the toss and set Korlli Lethbrldge to face Ihe sun. Xaturally the blues early put on the pressure, and for the majority of the Grsi halt kepi it. on.- The stripes, not- withstanding their disorganized line up. Jren.iiently got away through and save their opponents defence lots to do. Wee Key playing alone ou the right, nut In some great work'in tbe earlr alages and was frequently ill ihe picture. The blue forwards and halves' tried Parsons seTCral times, but be gathered them all In. Wallii arrived after half an playing and helped the Saints, but bo la not yet recovered from his Injury and was greatly handicapped. AD exciting few minuies round St. George's goal after shortly after Gurr put In another just i being as gooil as in (lift half." lor as ihe whistle went half time. Xn score. _ The pressure .was slowlv 05 them. Waliou saved'several Limes, bul one 9 i: 1 S 4 and Cndy. 3 S 1 5 7 1 11 14 INTERNATIONAL irnt game: Toronto Newark Second game: Toronto Newark Rochester Reading i tliiigiiauuon Jersey Buffalo IJaltimoie; grounds. WESTERN CANADA INSURANCE IN THE' CANADA LIFE Cilubllihcd 1647 A Policy to Suit Eftry Need H. J. H. SKEITH Sherlock Blk. Phone 1343 Causey, Ragan, Winter and ti'oniales; Cheney and "Miller. Chicago" Moose Jaw..... llegina First geine: Saskatoon Second same: Winnipeg Saskatoon N.L BEARCATS ARE completely taten by la comer gave lols of thrills, the blues 'raining Ihc shots in last until Ken- up lo half time had Ihe points cinched in their minds. They were probably OTcr-conndcnl. which condit- ion is EO often .disastrous. Their nedy put one over Ihe bar anil reliev- ed, the pressure. Tennant 'followed shortly after with an aeroplane. Again The Saints were agate on the de-jhe missed shoulil a goal. fensive in ihe eurly stages of part when Holbertoii H terrific shm two, and a near score gave the blue j from centre half which lilt the up supporters lota of heart, but ivhen right and rebounded into play. Anolli1 or sboi going straight (or the goal wast handled by Hutton ou its journey. This hapyenetJ'in jhe penalty.area and the referee awarded a penalty hick. Gurr was right, but It'is1 doubtful II the handling was intentional. Firth took the kick .George's ahead witli a ariol, i which Walton Just fajled KJirefpl' SI- George's Score goals to get lo the blues strove hard, and the pliy was transferred (o the other end dul tho Sniulahverc now settling down to Iheir Kamcj Clayton on the wing was wall ing (or stray passes andi Invariably uscd> them to acJvaiuage, swinging tall iiuJckly to the centrfer'HolbertOD pul-in one nice shot "which Walton cleared well. Returning to Ihe other end, Falrbroiher, pot across a nice one juat in "front of Ihe SOB! and Pearson pul behind for an- other corner. Gurr with r hard shot PACIFIC COAST BIG DOMINION DAY CELEBRATION AT MAGRATH Band serenade in ihe morning. Program in Assembly Hall at 10.30. Sports commence at 2 p.m. in park. Junior and Senior Baseball games. Refreshments sold on grounds. Everybody come and have a good lime. BEA1BA1ERS4-3 L. Portland Vernon................ Great Game Disposed of in 1 Hour, 20 Delighted North Ltithbridge baseljaUcrs percli indisputably at the lop of tbe league today as a rtsnll ol a 4 lo 3 win over tne Danliers last'nighl '.o break the tie 'tor liie league Ieadcr5bip. U was one ol ihc prettiest ball gam'e3 played on tbc. local diamond this year, the full gamo being served up in eiacily 1 hour am] 20 minutes. Fast was tbc iTord. Me Mar oppoaert .Slonc on the rnound, wliiJc ihc Hankers fathered in nils to Ihe X. UeMar hnd a strikeout up aletvc whenever he goi Into difficul- tics. He fanned If or the Danker crew, and ilie latter made four cr rors behind stone. The N. crovil gathered hair their hits in the sec- ond Inning, which wllh a mulT by Thomas at third, a -n'alk lo Sloan and R Ions fly by Harry Hudson iicUed four runs. Tbls elided the DearcaU' I The Bankers slarled otl two in j the Itrst on a walk to McLean, a hll I hy Evans, followed by a two-bagger by Campbell. They added another in the 7tli when Campbell hit with two down, followed by a two-nagger by O'Cohnor. i There .were pleoly of classy playa to make the Earac intercattng. If the boys put up that brand ot baseball the stands soon won't, hold the crowds. The box score: Bankers A.TI.R. If. I'.O A.K. San Sale Francisco Mike Seattle jos Angelca iacfameulu PATRICK DOWNEY'S LUCKY PENNY WINS THE SOL- UTION OF WAGE STRIKE N'EWBURY. X. Union s metal workers, who lave been .0.1 ARROW SOFT COLLARS ASK TO SEE IT LET NOT the centra ladX or the fit men about Ihelr deflated tires. There It aKvjys a boy on hand here to lake care of their pleasure without And we are now In position nlso to {jive our cuflomtrs, In rclreadinoi new diamond Vacuum Tread und other Nan- Sk.'da- Vulcanizing Opposite Ellison 'strike in Xewbuiy and viclnily lor [our weeks, are at work. The uftly wage deadlock 'was aellled this morning and rour hundred journeymen returned to the Job a this afternoon. Patrick J. Downey, oC (he Slate Department ol, Labor, settled strike- Conciliation had failed; came within an ace of equalizing, but Pirsoni cleared sjlrndidly: Then J tralion had failed; Intervention by ths Eainlr went away again, and some r-n-.i exciting play waa soen. On a fiuca- [Ion a bin oft-side, an argument slarled. and referee GUIT docideJ to put in effect an evirtently long forgotten rule wliich provldpa lhat players their opinion audibly. Tim result was YTallla 01" the field for saying what he tbough' about, it. In a scrimmage around the blue's goal a hot time ensued, which had the crowd on tip-toe. Walton In re- lieving sent the ball to Holberlon'f lot, and the latter Lifted the ball jus4, enough over three or four heads Into the net. St. George's wero no.w two up, and the northaiden, far from giv- ing up, played hard for the remainder ol the game, but could not break the Biro tig defence of Xesbitt, Pearson and I'arsonj. i Herald Road Race Entry Form: Please accept my entry for the Herald Road flitt. McLean, c.f....... Rvans, Campbell, s.s, O'Connor, t. Rlone, p. j Thompson. IThoman, 3d. i r.f, ller, l.f..... Addreu Send all entry to Ihe Sporting Lethbridge, Alberd. Editor, The Daily Hsrald, State officials had The strikers insisted upon ?5.4Q anil the bosses upon per day, Downey .tried, a neve'line. He got representatives of both sides together, and ,n.fler they Lad grown tired of arguing, he hfa proposUlon. It was accepted. Mr. Downey balanced a punuy Iwccn his fingers mid flipped it Into Iho air. "Tails" called tho representa- tive of the employers. The coin Tolled around tho floor, and finally turned up "Jrcad-V The men gel tho higher wage, while Mr. Downey maintains that aporsman- sliip is ,lhe br-at nlrlke settler he Itnowa, RETREADING DONE QY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Done Uj. SECTIONAL. AND BROKEN BEADS OUR Lethbridge Vulcanizing 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1G64 GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 418 5th 3TREET SOUTH BETTER THAN EVER That's what you'll say when you tquip ytiur tar one of our' nsw Back Curia Ins, Glaan Winflows. have lupa and SMI Covers as well. j THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. FOtlRTH AVENUE PHONE I90r ,1U 3 Id 24 10 4 North Lethbridge A.H. 11. H.I'.O.A. B llu'lnon. H.fl- 3 0 ft ft 0 0 Vaselenak. 3h. 0 'i 2 ft Oreen. Kcrko, c.......... C. (Jreen. 2li....... Murphy, l.f....... Hloan, Ib......... DaMar. I Tamher. c.f. Ua N'orlli Lttti. Hankers Veterans V. C. A. 1 0 0 IS 2 2 1 I ii .S I 1 I BULLDOG GAME, BUT DIDN'T KNOW IT. PICKED ON OCEAN CONQUEROR and hullrtog. It happened here lalely, Tiio bulldog la dead, but the damaged. Capt. Harold White, D.F.O.. Jack teaser, nolcrl molorcyclq raw: flew a plane from Toronto, and every thing- won! uell 1111 they tried to alight on Ihe wa I or work properly. Then tbc wonl ?.L the machine, bike an old'tlmr ravalryman, anrl disre- garding lie thargctl right at (he fronl. lie Ml hard, Just wlicro the propeller was revolving. It was a gallanl effort, hut the air was filled with lllilc lills of Now, won'I soincnofly please ln; vent a ring-proof gnanl for nlrplane propellcra? The worst .aleclricaKaLorin'in many .years raged along the Mlramlcbl InaL Sunday.' At Whitncyville, a VerilaMe cyclono prevailed. Seven barns were blown down, some being awepl from their foundations find carried some dlalanco. At Scvogle, eleven miles from Newcastle; the house anJ barn O'Shea were atrxick by Ifght- Free! Elliott GENERAL TINSMITHING Phone 1713 330 Sixth Slrret South ______LETHBRIDQE, ALTA._____ L ft. n. TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND CRAVING Day and NlghL 'Service Furniluro antl B spec- ially. Orders fur HanUcvlllu sallctlcd. Gell.anrl deliver Store arid 4 foot IcngLtn C. O. a.. PHONE 1868. Office 9ZZ Znti Averme goulh J. W. Jackson After Bpendfnp the pait Tour ycar.i on active service, Is DOW open tor business In llie-old Acmo FlumblDE Uldf, 1257 6Eh PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS FITTING Temporary Phone [EASTERN n .200 inn i in ...din nor. nOi--i s ret. OUH VULCANIZING APPARATUS AWA work so parfecdj" that when we return your liru rind U liarrt In detctinlnc .where "wa.i IJie innicturc or tear. You ivlll lilivc practically new (Ires without Hit; Ijlg expense. Don't aeu', yonr -tires trj liic- scrap heap. SCml ,thcm here to lie marie splcn illOly RervkrnWc. Yclcrin Tire and 405 Glh Street Uulh EVEREADY SERVICE STAJIQN ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AfjD REPAIRED .Sit Work Quiranlecit A (Juaranlao for a Tear and a Half TrUix Neir'BaE- lerlcs. J. p. THOMPSON Phone 1366 716 3rd Ave, 9. GRAY-D0RT MOTOR CARS RUMELt TRACTfORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Men Jack