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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE ;DAILTt. HERALD KHIDAV. JUXK 21, m HI BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus -HAIL- INSURANCE AN THE i-11 BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS Page In The Major Leagues NATIONAL AMERICAN Baseball in the Sunny South JIaintain Unbroken Record Of' in (he fnlermedinle, Division Xorlh Lethlridpc rDterraedincs ItiaiDtaiiittl Ifaeir, unbroken record in I ihe division of Ihc soccer] Ipasue lasi night, al Kckslorm by de- leaUne Soulb br iwo goals to une- Only a Email crowd iva3 iD altcnrf- fanc'O.'and [or a tinie H looketl as Ihougb iherc would ob no game. Bolt tc-aois Tvcff; on Ihc tielj oc time, ljul 'no referee. Somebody iell down, eilher the feasu'e' or the referee ap- pointed, if any. However, Charlie Jtainsay was pressed inlo service, and Ihe gaire iras on. -_ ..AVithln two miDutes of Ihe tick-olf Korill Lctn'bridgc. playing in blue, v pushed Ihe right up" to Ihr! filripcs1 goal, and in the Dowen from Tambor and kicked JL Into !ii3 goal, giving Ihc blue: an'. early lead. die Raine ttirougb, it was a good oncT of CHAMPION EASY FOR VULCAN ALL-STARS Vl'I.CAN. June ileleal- rrt Cliampion hsre yesterday In a Somaern Alberta Baseball league game, score Ki to V. slarled.huriins lor llic locals, but had to be taken out in the third inning. L'mery Webb s-dbsuluced nnd bad s the remainder ol Lbe janie. I.eUy Drawn did thfc iiilching for ihe visitors and bts ijendera proved no puzrie us Vulcan bitters ham- mered tbe ball all orer ths .eibibi- lion groundF.' Vulcan had Hie ?ame line-Tip, thai dettjled Starelj- so decisively last Saturday. hail several nen- players, including Lapp, wbo played second for Vulcan a year ago. TADEIl. June Island bcal here in a holly contested game Emard and Forlace (or Island: Tutllirid. l.tv.is and WillaM ...Ihe combination, especially by South for Tabcr. AVillard pounded out a beiLg ex-sai nMi'or in !he siii- BOVV ISLAND 6 TABER 5 Heat C'litrcsholm G-l and Took Carniitngay's Scalp Again By 5-3 Score Won. Lost. P.O. Won. a- York ni IS .dljXijw York Ciiicmnati___ -21 .Gil' Cleveland :tt I'isisburg li'J .515 Chicago......... IcflEO 2'J .Mi! j Dei roil Urooklyn :S Si. Louis Boston .t. Louis J Washington 1'hilldelpbia n. II. K.j I'ittsburg 0 3 -0; Cleveland t'incinnali 1 S OiDetroH Adams and Schmidt: Heutber and 16 2" 21 n. o i r.f. .f.c: .'.OH .ISil First St. I.onis II. K. BARON'S. Juno dcrealiug Claresholui here yesterday afternoon, Ilarons ivenl inlo undisputed first place, being the only team not lo Jose a game in tlic Southern Alberta League. Ilolh Rlaven pitched good ball, only ODC score be- uiB made till Jho lllli. Baroos scored two in this frame, two in the seventh and one in the eiehili. riareaholm put across their lope run in the 9th. the only ruu made utl Glaven in (he tn-o games he has pilchcd for DaroDE. The hoi sroro: Claresholm A.B. 11. II. P.O. A.E. Tuero, Ames. Meadows ami dem- ons, Snydsr; Jleiidm, Douglas anJ Q'Farroll. .Second H. II. Si. Louis-......- 7 13i 3 9 Ames and Snyder; Mar- tin. Ualley aiiU Datlety New York-BroofcJyn, postponed, rain. IJoslon-PlilladelphIa' poslpoued. rain. 112 iniuugsl. Jjper ami O'.Vclll; Ainsmitb. Washington........ BOatOU IJarpcr ;md J'icinicb, nocK anil Schang. E. 2iCliifasD jjouis JJolanJ and II. H. K. 3 H' 1 ..ICO Agncir; 1'en- Uy Holding Tcrnic's Slroitgcsl To ;i Draw '1'hey Can'l Non- Lose the Honors INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE Establllhtd 1847 A Policy to Suit Every Need H. J. H. SKEITH Sherlock Blk. Phone 1W3 lie senior league. The boys froin-Ihe.south were liie betler.leain i ia the first half, but they lell away in second.- Good "detence .work by the bloc's'saved "the .glinc for--ihsro, V The TaWr boys arc invafliiie Medi- cine Hat lo-day, 3, CARDSTON 1 Tambor in playing a, "game.1 For the south. Cant-Kas the ontstandlag figiire, the way be repeat- edly took the ball up bis iriDg and tried for a goal being a treat to see. -'After the opening stuul by Bowen, Cant- got away up ihe totaling tie half-back anrl-back.-abd- put-in a '.pretty shot, Tambor sarlcs. Chai> leau followed soon after with a rood shot from tbe left wiag. Jackson put good ivork for ibe WIIRS, cenLrsin.s i'well, but the ball Lenind. He- iDTiiln'g' again. Ihe 'south, ihrr.agb centre, had an excellent open- ing, tut Grist slamblcd almost on' the goal .line and Tambor cleared. Nice L. combination by the slripsa was [re quenUy seen, bcl thf blue dclence pre- vcnlcd from' getting through. North Ltlhbridge.-ware a very lucky I pan i in tbe first half their score cit 1 to 0 Was hardly, deasrveil. J The second period, JTES unlntercsL- ing ariijal times, slop1. The sojilli teemed to have..' lost jfeir'.pep. j A 'ctango iti ihc b'ues' line-up 'Improred J- their learn considerably. .Tack-ton put In a good shot in Itte half, a a dld.al.'o C.risL and CoIIey ai the other I eti'd. Bowen ivas very unsafe, at bar.k. anil again conceded a corner JacX- ton Jilted a 'dandy right In front of goal, where H- McllTcna put his 10 It" aflJ 'scored No. 2 for the north. Alter a -lot of mldlicld play. Grist look Ihe hall well up and shot orer, June Irim- nied the fast going Cardstqii crew ca the local diamond Wednesday, aiter- rioon. Prendersast let the Temple City crowd The local pitcher IS, and is still a schocf hoy. He 'hearts theni over from (be '.McLaren raught-hlm, and Beazcr arid McKenzJe composed the Tbe locals play a return :gaiue. at Cardston on July Simpson, r.f. Moffau. 2b. Held. S.F: rs. 3b Callaiian, c Walker, llj Ammoadsoiit Murray, l.f Knudson, p. 0 (Knjnj Our Oirn UKANLEA. June uivEC and Uaughter >lildrod return- t Co. 1 5.24 H 1 Berg. J. .Moore, Juncy. c.f..... Hovey, lb..... .Nelson, c...... aveD. p...... Moore. 3b. aniuo, r.r, aaher, I.I. 36 Darons A.B. il. H. P.O. A. E. 3 1 -2 4 3 1 4 ENCHANT LOMOND 7 BXC1IANT. June June 19 the Enchant team pi ay eft Lomond at Lomond. Both teams had prevlouBly been undefeated but aUcr the game held that honor. En- chant iron 14 to 7. Enchant is playing Lomond here today. 30 6 7 27 14 4 hit: J. Moore. Three-base hits: Juney, Nelson. IIomB HoTey! Eases ou balls: Oil 3. Stolen bases: Walker, Moore. Slasher 2. Struck out: By ;on 7; by Glaven n. LACROSSE GAME P'ernSe, .Tune L..A.A.A-, Dear Sirs: nollctd by your posters that you are having lacrosse on .July 1st.- I liare been Instructed h? the P.A.A.C.- lo write you for par- tlcalars regarding Jacrosse In lyour city. It would te almost for Fernle Vo sentl a team c 1st. hut would liktr very much to North Ltlbbridge had (lie adranLeie t Iry and arrange home and horns I for a wlille. and .exrKing Lloies were I games, as we would like to_boo3l la I seen around the Solitli Eoal, but Kipp crosse.......' eventually cleared and Ganl v.ent away, cenlrelne fine, ivhtre Crist shut hard anil scored for (he south. Tani- bor made-a great try. hut could not safe. The 5outb irlcd hard to even uu, bul the whistle found North Lelh- i bridge wSnnere by two goals lo nne.' >Test PaEs. to hear from you by return mall. I remain. Yours' truly. A. CAMPBKLU Sec, K.A.A.C. carp of Dialricl ledger, Fernle, B.C. 2102 _. {nuds Gow. flAKONS .CAHMANGAY 3 At Carramoeay pn June 21ih Bar- ons won from the Car- All-Slar3( 5 to 3. ed on Wednesday irom a two-weeks' visit to Bov Island Mr. and Mrs. Dotl' Carlson and (amily left on Friday, for Minnesota. n j Mr. ArtaJf ot Prostiy, re cently ot land belonging to .V. A. llcLarly 0 Medicine Hat. 0 I Mr. Chris Grauustein is in charge 0 j of Mr. U. Carlson's farm during his absence. Mr A. Sprinkle motored to Mcdi tine Hnt Wednesday.. Quits a.number ol, farmers turned out lo meet Col. Nelson Spencer, M.U 0 A., ot Medicine Bobtza'a store Pleasant View, Tuesday, June IT. Mr 1 Spencer promised lp have, quite a bl 0 I of road work done In this district and 1 expressed his earncsi desire to uelp the Farmers all in the nea future. ?lr. anJ Mrs. Wares were ;he Sunday guests D'[ Mr ?nd Mrs. Tom Prowsc. Mrs. Elmer Hamiir who has been sluing Mr. and Mrs, Gtorgc Hamn for the past. Iwo wcbhs, relumed to home nl Travcrs, Alta.. on Tyes- day. The U.F.A. tyill noldMheir first an- nual on'Tuasrtay, July 1st. at Fertile Plains. A splendid 'program ot games and races; etc., has been arranged and a- good Utnc assured. Mr. Mat ChcEnoy jvns a visitor al iuaugaj Aii-oidLS, J in left Held .for Can mangay, played game, pulling dawn iw long drives iliac looked The hoi score: Barons Curs, s.s. J. Moore, 2h. Juney, c.f. Hovey, p. .Nelson, GlATCD.- If..... 0, Moore 3b. Wlllard, c..... Ilnnssn. r.f. A.D. n.H. P.O.A.K. I- 11 0. 1 2 2 I 10 0 n. 2 'A E. Kerr and Sc-holk; Sothoron and York, postponed, rain. PACIFIC COAST (From Oiir Own MICIIKL. U.C.. June cliel soccer loam inolored TO Ftruit I ycslenlny and played the G.W.V.A. 1 of thnt MEdicI not' lost a panic Mils aod ihc Ker-1 nic club brought, on a picked but Hie bcal tliry ooulil do was :i draw nine, 0--0. This leis Mk-hct win ihe U'afiuc uvcn 'It they ]QSC ilie_ rcniAininE gsbies. TJic Kt'nitc f.ius showed snirlt In throwing cans and stonp at the Michel boys after' llic panic, uinl trust crc long they will act in H more Fports-numl'liC isifiuutr toward visiting tennis. Portland Vcrnon I-os Angeles Sacramento Sentllc Ran Salt Lake GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Vulcanizing Opposite Elllion Millt INVESTIGATING, HUN PERFIDY Hit tiousc of i conunons yeslcrelay, Hlgftt lion. Waller Hume Ixinff, lirat) lord of the stated thnl the .Mies hi Pnris Were now coiisidcrlnR the question of reparation for the inking of i tic German war vessels. The statement (hat. (he crews iverc changed iieriodically was not correct, lie said, but .Invalids were pichangcrt. The total guard nnil maintenance parly hatl reduced LSuO. GOOD BUYS IN-SECONDHAND' RADIATORS ANDY THE RADIATOR 5th STREET'SOUTH INTERNATIONAL All pcslponed. rain. CALIFORNTAN WON WY5IDLEIJON, Hngland, Juno, 25, -i-ln the lennls championship con- tcsls liero Will Is DavJs, ol Calif., beat'P.-M. Davidson, Englantl. was 6-2r 5-7, 2-6, G-'2, G-2. ihe home ol Mr. Hal Wares Sunday. A most enjoyable dance was held In ilie Lancaster schoolhousc FrlUay. jadging by Ihe large attendance and thoroughly good time everybody liad. jlr. and Mra. L. Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fore motored lo Bow Island Sunday, RAILWAY STRIKE IN BERLIN Herald Road Race Entry Form: e accept my enlry for the Herald Road Race. Powers :ib. KVans. fi.p. Wiggins, Slokfeo, Ib. Jtnsen. c. Murlock, lih. Sayphr. n, llounfls, Carmanga'y LA.II.Tl.7f. P.O.A.H. I 1 all entry ''Lethbrfdgc, Albert. Sporting Erfilor, The Daily Herald, pETTERTHAN EVER That's what you'll say whea .you oquip rar with r.-rie of oir .Wbw Back Curlaina, w'llh Hale Olasi Wfndovrs. We have I ops aorl June until lour f o'clock this afternoon the sUHKe of J I railway workers failed lo show signs ff I of-spreatllnE. The Icderalion or rail- I v.-ay worfccra. the mtmbcrship of i ivliTch Is four hundred thousand, la i Ihe strike and lias railed upon iKo workers not lo permit lliem- trj ho "mislcarl by political agM talors or Biiil'.y ol plnnging the coun- try into economic chans." Su mm 27 12 Xftlson. FRENCHMAN BEAT BOXER FRENCH DEPUTY ASKS SMALLER NAVY BUDGET PATHS, June rhe rhamner of Deputy HroiiB'n fnlroduc' an amcnrlmcnt In ibc naval Itlll reducing naval apiirnpriationa by ten million The propopal was rfc- lho war ff nver to avoid a useless eipentlitilrc." Night Service McLaughlin Garage >Uh Street South For the convenience and tet- ter service for our customers, we are prepared to take on ad- ditional work at nights. Car's washed polished, waxed or shnonlzed at reason- able TRlea (work done liy OM Country can-lane Trucks washed, oKeil and Cars erased and oiled, Tire repalrd, etc, KmcrBency calls promptly at- tended to. Cars fciored In our Garage arc well looked afler. LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, Ltd. Arthur Barnsley Steve Manager Night Foreman KETREAblNG DONE BY EXPERTS Get youj.NfKt Retread Done rBy'.Uj. SECTIONAL-ANO BROKEN BEADS OUR .SPECIALTV Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Thrrd Avtnue South'. PHONE 1664 BOULTON'S, AUTO UVERY Our Hates Aro Our Service the Deat TRY US Office Phone.............1206 Residence Phone ....-----..1098 WE ARE NUT IN THE LIVERY BUSINESS freel Elliott GENERAL TINSMITHING Phone 1713 330 Sixth'Street South LETHBRIDOE, A'-TA. L K. H. Roosa TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND "LIGHT DRAYING Day and Night Service Furniture nod rlanoi' a spec- lally. Orders for Ilardlerlllu soltclleJ We sell and deliver wood. Steve and 4 root lengths C. O. D. PHONE 1869 Office 922 2nd Avenue South J. W. Jackson Alter spendhis the past four years on aclfvc .service, Is now open lor Jn the old Acme Plamhlng JJldE, 6th i PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS, FITTING Temporary Phone 483 GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS KUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave., oppv Lcthbrldgt Hotel Covers as well. LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. PHONE 1907 June Jamison, hcavywctghl, waal rtefestrr] on points lj) a IjouL htre night by Nines, a Krt-rich Jieavy-j Jamison national 175-pound champion In I U.S. I SOCCER BEAT THE CANADIANS PARIS. .Inns sacr'tr (ool- i ball team representing rlir; T'nilcd I SI ale.s ypaltrrtay beat llic Canadians i In R slroiiK finish. Knox chdidir ClaU. t.clctraltd OUR VULCAWIZINO APPARATUS Its nork 110 Ihnt whin we return your tiros you >vJM fffid fc hard to ilele.Tmin', WHS puncture or loir. You will have pr.nrllcally new without ihfl Mg expense, aenij tfamaKCil. ilrfs In Ihc scrnp heap. Send ihom linri lo he matle rlirlTy Borvlceahlo, Veteran Tire and Repair U. 6lh Sir cat SOJlh EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A TVrJtlon Ominien for a Year and a Half with New Batteries. J. D. THOMPSON Phone ISt6 ?lfl Z'A Avc, Service Station .Service Slallmi (or Ihc faraoin K-W I.lajnolos. ftill Block ol parEA carried. Magnetos of all makes repaired. MAGNETS RECHARQEO The Roy Electric Co, 518 4th Avanuo BHONE 735 BATTERIES REPAIRED CHARGED D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOUflTH AVENUfe SOUTH, ;