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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'AGE SIX THE l-ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALH SATURDAY, JUNE 28, BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus J. W. Jackson Alter pcno'lDi put (our JMTJ on aollta mnrtcfl, ll now ppea for buslneia In llw oM Acmo I'luubluj Uldj, 1257 6lh Are. 3. PLUMBING, HEATING, FITTING Temporary Phont 483 In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Now York i Tlie local Football Association I to hR cougniluliued upon i j 10 play postponed N.L.V--Velenms game on Dominion Tlir. Cjlgary Hill- Cellar Position Alone As nuril naliiy warned 10 come I for a same, for bare On I any other occasion old favor. the men on ihe field. Players critl- die while the game is ou tthough il _ doesn't always that does not j I'iusburg nun the referee, but it is the chewing i Brooklyn after Ihe game and on the street days niter by spectators, uol players, that has made jimmy "fed up.'' Fans should always remember that the leasue appoints iho referee, not the clubs Interested, and when the league appoints a man. it i-s because tliey hare confidence in, his ability to hau- '.t tlie job fairly. Hence Gurr's ap I'LiUuelphia..... Tuesday, of 7 lo 3 Defeat' Y" team in Ihe Cily I-eiEU? holds undisputed ..possession of the cellar positioa in the race today as a result of a 7 lo 3 defeat at the hands o! Ihe Veterans last night- Good ball "was playea In spots. -.In. some ppots il 'so 'Shorty Muuroe the monnd for the Veterans, ites would hare been accommodated. 33 Lethbrldje has always had a soft spot for HUlhurst. but everyone has beea looking for 'the meeting be' the boys front :he north side, and visiting team would 0tardly compen- sate for the disappomlmeot. Neutral linesmen are also appoint- ed ia ihe persons ot Althur Weslley iSi. George's) and K. Maclnlyre (Cal- CUariio Itamsay will paint the 1.051, IS 21 33 AMERICAN Won. York 32 .CIS Cleveland .514 .5M .451 Chicago Detroit St. Louis .435 j Boston........-- .357 i Washington .340 Philadelphia 32 36 I'.C. .1107 .011 .1100 .500 .4111 .330 .'.'05 Rousch's Eat Did II P1TTSIIUKO. June 27.--Cincinnati .c-fealed today, mainly through the balling ol Rousch. Unciiraali 5 13 0 1'illsbucg Kislier. l.uciue and Wiugo; Carlsou, Mayer nnJ Schmidt. C-jbs Winners CHICAGO. June Chicago de- field and make iL look lite a real foot- 51. ball ground, and the crowd will keep feated St. Louis today. 'I to but everj-one Has h d evervone ,-m bl. for a month tu a fcw thlt rall-l ilween ets and k oll( or lhc lineEman.s way, :nd So the same is on. Tuesday and7 while louchtd for seven hits. .see the leajne leaders out In their t. :i.-__. wnrnaint. and Lckstortn Park -Rill see he them sca George lUcKUip'p slarlefl'Ior Ihe hut had trouble localise lie plate, EO derricted hlmsetf in" "the third in faVpr of Irwin, who 'struck out nine of the apppsiuE betters. lie pitched Bill after he got away, yielding onie-. live iu the seven frames. The'-bor score tells the story: "-M Y. A. l- 3b._...V DoifBon. ;Iu .VcUaii, ,i.r. BTJimlOTr; c. lIcKJilpp, P., r.t. r.f., p HyVsup, c.f Morrison, !b 0 -'.-I 2 1 I 1 1 -5 0 0 0 1 12: 1 1 2 1 0 a i Ijiihgston. -b. Turcotte, Ib. p. Caicaddeu, 3b. Girtls'i If.' CliSile, s.s c.f c Jon'e.s rf M- 3 1 22 10 Veteran! il.P.O.A.E. 3102 1 0 1 10 4101 we are going to have dished up to us the choicest dish of soccer yet. It will be .some Tile Veis are training at the Y.M.C. A. for lue game, is Freddy Parker will be IKe pivot ot their forward line. Xp effort will be spared, for these points. will ,'inean the first or second plajie. niusT .take both these games' from _hc Vets, acd they are sure soing. after them. sThey have plans for; " is. quile possible" .that Albert be Included In'! their For ih'ls'cfeasion. aduU'spWlies eluded, will 25 cents admission, which admils-tp Ilie stand. Of course, children will be free, iod get the lO'.lo. _ Benefit Match The league has decided to put on' a bene-Iil match during Ihe season, and S Chicago............... 3 1- Bolden. Snerdell. Ames and Snvder; Douglas and O'Farrell. Philadelphia-Brooklyn, no same scheduled. New York-Iloslon. postponed, rain. Bagby Hit Freely DETROIT. June hil Dagby freely today and defeated Cleveland, C to 1. Cleveland 1 o Detroit................ llngby, Uble. Phillips aud O'Neill. Thomas; Dauss and Alnsnllth. Chicago Detealed Again St. LOUIS, June Louis wast- ed but one of iho nils off Clcollc, beat- raws PUN fad Elliott GENERAL T1NSM1THING Phone 1713 S30 Sixth Street South LETHIRIOaE, E On July of Spoils Expected 1'rom Outside I'oints RETRtADING DONE BY EXPERTS Gel your Next Done By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Lelhbridge Vulcanizing Works v- 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 1664 warpaint, and Eckstortn Park'will see its gTeilest soccer crowd tor years. Given favorable leather, the --rand- stand sTnd bleachers will he packed, for everyone 'is to be re- quested to UEe the stands, aud leave the linesman the line- The hour set for and. the'learns are ready-to take the Held al NUoSshary. .The game 'Js. llmed'-'lo start "''Immediately on the finish l-cad race. is run. sD'.'youjiave to-be' there early lo yon .'won't walit to mlsV-a minute of Ihli'.game. Ten- forty-fife Is tfieVofflclal time, and-al lO.ta the same will itarL have seen the ac- l-on. winuini maich against a-------.....---------------_-------------- picked team, asainst the Callles. and rans will be glad to know that il St. George's, bnl IL hsa jor L-ne laudable of assisl- ways I teen .V'matter what hp.ppen Ing Chicago again' loday, t lo 1. 1 9 U Louis 1 9 Cicotte and Schalk; aud Sererold. lloston-New York, two games, post- poned, rain. 'Washington-Philadelphia,, rain. Hayrake Blown On Top of Barn Looking Good in District (From Our Own GRASSY LAKE, June June JlSth at the Alkali Lake, when herding tallle. Palmer Sickles bad a spill from iris horse, suffering a. fracture of hi arm. We are glad lo bear (bit Mrs. Jlath- Ison who was baaiy by Ihe upset WESTERN CANADA Winniueg Saskatoon Ilegina innings.! 0 i 2 1 a 2 L' 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 the bines. The latter been con jsidered equal to the best In Ihe city, and they .by Ibelr St. George's I'wice- look iheir, measure. or conlc-ctore ln, in the Djg 5cheme for .the of.lhe Q{ Berlin when they met the veterans' Club. As each j flll ,he fav 5 27 11 Score by innings: I1' A.....000 f'10 7 VelcranF 010 S I base hits: Sang. McKillop. Two base hits; Dobaon, OUIU. Climle. Struck out: Dy Me- Ktlin'p 2; by Irwin 9: by Mnnroe liases on balls: Off McKillop off Irwiii G; off -Mimroo 1. LCAOUC Standing W. Xorlil Lclhb.'iJse 3 Banliera 3 YctVrans 1 Y. C. A......... 0 club faas its quota of veterans, all will DC. and not. so. everyone would he only too pleased be in on it. WatcU'yfor .the The proceeds will be the and will form'a splendid ad- dition to the fund being raised by the lovers of clean sport In this city 10 swcil the tolal necessary lo furnish and equip a real clnb for Ihe bovi who hare gone through so much for us. Appended are Ihe tables the standing of tcani.i Hi Ihe two leagues. Space will not admit of any. Perhaps iho-moat important matter comment, but anyone'can a heir stock hai probably declined few points." The Veterans, however, must not iMnk that, they have ?.ny easy InW. and the opinion expressed by one of them yesterday thai they had the blues' goal Is a foolish one. .North IxiUibrldEe had the Saints beat- en every way on Wednesday, but thai was belore tbc Sainls loaX the Held. The Referee for Tuesday's same in the choice o[ a releree. Evcrrone l eay: "WTiat's .250 .000 i. NEGRO LYNCHED ELLISV1LLE, Jllra., Juno Trallcrt for !0 days tbroagh southern by posses, -which included Keveful hundred members at his own rancl'Jnhn llartfield. negro; confessed csiBljani ol an EllIsTilie youns capturcc. sereiely -woundea. yesterday, rusher] by automobile to .Iho-scene 01 his crime, hanged to Ireland burned to ashes. Ihe mailer wllh Jimmy GurrT1 Well, JininiyTiurr absolutely refused lo lafcc on account, of Ihs raggin? of spectators both on the tiold and I'cl. olf, and the eiecuUve were up against I. There was not another referee In the city. The mailer was threshed al the meeting, lasl night and 1 am authorized lo slate that they unanimously decided lo request Gurr lo take this game. There was tiueallon as to their choice. Gurr the only man for the Job, and no doubt he will consent. As long is there are referees there will be ci-illclsm. YlEllIng leanis have admitted, and locals will'agree, that we have to a lont way to beat Jimmy. Fome of decisions make us all sore al limes, but we forget that wo I glance bow ihey slacX up. Senior League P. W. L. Veterans Lelh..... St. George's, Callles X. Velerans S. 1 3. "1 I 1 3 J ntermed'iale f. W, D. I, 4 i d r-'l 1 3 -o o 1 '1 S 1 S 0 Herald Road Race Entry Form; The Junior League sot away to a good start on Tuesday, and .the two teams pul up a fine brand of faDthail. when yon' slay away from 'a junior soccer Cakarv baa a big international OTI Friday'of next week. Scotland vs. jla'ml, and the teams as published will provide a Ill-bit for the, fans of that cily. ins orably. The cyclnne did considerable damage lo the barn, and the house of Mr. Harry Kellar VMS complclcly n to pieces, fortunately at Hie. lime Mr. McKellar 21. neighbor's. One curious Instance was that of a liayslack Blown clean on lo the lop oi a uarn, n rock stanu- ing beside being unloiiched. On June 13th the ladies aid mcl al (he borne of Mrs. LeBcrwood. It wna decided lo hold n social on the loth of July at the cliurcb- Thc children of the school arc giv- ing a concert on Ihe afternoon on Fri- day, June 27lh. Hie closing up ol school. On Saturday, June the Tahcr pni'I B visiL Tahcr won 11 to J, hut we arc satisfied that with 3 liltlc more practice Grassy Lake will prove Itself the champion of Southern Alberla. Our popular agent llr. McNiven am McXh-en have returned from iheir vacation which was spent in Sat Ikatchewan. Among [hose In Grassy Lake whi possess Iho proper community spirit much credit should be given to Mr Jlnlchlnaon, our blacksmith. All dur AT iONAL H r All 'games ipostpoiiei: tbday.: PACIFIC COAST San Franc_lscp ..._... Salt Lake Seattle.'......-'. Potlland........... Los Angelts Sncramefltp....... U. C '4 n: Our Own CnrrtaroadeBt) ULAIHMORK, June Crow's Nest Pass Local, G. W. V. A., are planning a bit; day [or Bljirmore on July 1st. Under tlie supervision of II. U. Filzsilninous, cbairman of Iho sporls committee one ot the flnesl pro- grams ever presented In the Crow's Nest Pass for l 1st ol July celebral'im j hu3. been drawn up. There will be a monster parade of Veterans and school children iu the morning, headed by I Ibe Coleman baud, lhc baud being In j attendance all day. Included lu Iboj, parade will also be floats illld decoral- cd cars for which priies will Le award-1 ed to Ihe best float anil the best dress-1 ed car. Compelildrs are cnlcrins for j Ibis parade from all the lowus in Ihfi Pass and It promises to be a great al-1 lilraciion. Theic will be a baseball game be-1 Iwe'cu Blalrmore and Micliel leaais winch promises lo be one of the liol-. tesl contests of the day If not of Ihe season as bolli teams liave eicc'.lent I rccbnis for this season's games. A prize of S50.00 will be awarded lo lhc Vllining learn. A football rr.alcll will also be played between the Blalrmora LieVm and'a liitkcd tc-am of Veterans. ;Thlf also iiromlses to .Ifa InteresUng. I Tlie o'.her lletns on Ihe 'program arc j as follows: lien's 100 yard dash, mar-1 1 ried ladies 60 yards boys GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS. Ritchie'i Vulcanizing, Opposite Ellison Ml Hi GOOD BIJYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS "A N THE RADIATOR MAN 4IS 5th STREET SOUTH, under 10 50 yards girls under j 'a, 75 yards boys under 15 and ,1 75'yards girls under 15: yards under .6 years, young fat men's race, I boot races 15 years and under, potato j race, Ihrce-ICEgcd race, Eack nice, put- ling ruun'lng broail Jump, .high jump, hop step anil lump, 220 yards men's race, lug-of-war. Tliorc will lie some ?250.00 In prize! anrt.lhc conleald promise lo bo hoi. The Veterans liave arranged for a largo tent on Ihe-grounds ail willsup- f-.: v v ply Ihe needs of all visllors in llic re- 1...... jfrcshmenl etc. Grand stands have also been creeled, In all, the dny promises lo be Mis biggest sporls day over known In lhc Pass and with llic 'unsurpassable scen- ery of Illainrtorc and riislrlct as nil v jeslM atlrjcllo'u, .il. Is expected that j ihcr'o will lie n reconl number of vis- I lianiencd lo be looking al one of I ildr.i from oulsiilc points. j California cipcct's lo pick HEY KIDS1 DO YOU WANT TO PLAY GOLF Pliaic acwpl entry Herald Road Rate, Hunt AdSrast Stnd ill entry forms lo the Sporting The Dally Herald, ll a scarcUj ot help has worked like a trojan. "P'rom morn Ull nlsht you hear bis bellows but more lhan that, long through Ihe rlignl the sound of nla trip hammer la licarrj knocking out ghares and through him many hundreds of acres Jiavc Lccn put In which otherwise would have remained Idle, The crop conditions remain but rain will soon he wanted. good, Urlg'ga' gblf pictures. Proud miring his son's performance. Carc- lalte'r saying children not allowed on course. Falhcr'dlSEUSlcd, son more so. Uul kids, there Is nolhlnK like that about Iho l.clhbridBC Golf Club. Hid you see a piece in the paper nbout ten days ago thai the were anx- get some junlora lined up for a comnctillon. Hoys up lo 16, I think il ia. If you want lo learn lo play golf let some of tho committee know, nnd we will try and get you started. I thlnX j there will be a small membership fee i alter B while, when you ace If you MSo the game or" not. ISul ruslle up a club and a coiiplc'of old golf balls and come along. K enough of jnn phone J. H. Klrkham al phone 573 or 1030, we will try and arrange compclltlpn some Saturday real; soon. Say klda, if you can't gfil a club, borrow one from one of your frienda, and be sure lo rc- lurnflt when yon jay yog will. It's great laming thai old pill, iluck soup for yAting huskies. Talk II over, phono In your name'and wo will Iry.and get you away right. To refer 16 Ilrlggs again, tlun like! 000 cotton crop this year. .BOULTON'S AUTO UVEftY pur Italcs ATO Our Scrvke Iho nesl TRY US Odice Phone ..'...........1206 Residsncc Phone .........1095 LJ.H.ROOSB TRANSFER, BAGGAGE AND LIGHT GRAYING Day and Nlglit Service: Furniture and Pianos a spnn- lally. Orders, for llnrtllcvilln GOllcltcd. sell mid deliver wood. Steve and 4 foot length.! C. O. D. PHONE I860 Office 922 2nd Avenue South ETTERTHAN EVER Thai's what you'll fay irtlifin you.equip yoiir car one ot our _pr Back Curlalna, KHii Plato alasa Wlndowjr. Wo have (ops'nhd idht; Covers well. LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co, SOUTHPORT, June cut a dissenting vote the labor conference adopted 2 reso- lution denouncing conbcrlpfion and recommending, that the trade union congress and the "triple alliance" takb Immediate indus- trial action to Another resolution adopted in- dorses a six-hour day In all. In- Calgary sold ll.oOO.OOO treasury bonds lo Ihe HpIlzcr-ltorlcK Co. for 1CO.SO. The lirldgc's Lumber Co. mill al Korl Slcele, B. C., wa.i completely de- stroyed by fire. EASTERN GKAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Jack Ltd. 2nd opp. Ut'hbridgi Hotel cti. II! greal'. iE, lome on over, Jimmy cricV- Police in civilian clothes are guard- ing New York public buildings and prominent-persons ngalnsl new bomb outrages. FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 1907 I Mrtal Traded DflpMr' Iho A. r. of 1.. rejected a resolulion asking I lor pardon ol Kmene V. Dons. 'lir. M. II. Hhlpp, Hull I.-sfec Cl'.f. ofah, wal Bhol hy a tiatlcnt I wlien 'a refund' .'ol OUR VULCANIZINQ APPARATUS docs Its work' 90 perfectly that TtJifn we return yaur life; v.-lll find It hard to detcrnilnL where, was the puncture or tear. You will, havo practically now llres without Iho We cipenne. IKin'l send your, (lamngcd llres lo the scrap tioan. Send them nere lo ff .njodc nplen 'rtldly Veteran Tire and ..Repiir 40S eth Street Uouth EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF DATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Gunranleed A' Written Quar.inlao for a Your and a Half with New naileries. J. D. THOMPSON Phone 1969 718 3rd Ave. Semite Station-Service I.lnEneloa." tMil' itock of p'arls cnrrleil. Mng'nMoa of nil 'Diakea The Roy Ettdrk C., BIB 41h Avenue, tsulh-. PHONE OVERLAND! f'--' 'i WE fc'ARFlY THE 1.ARQE8T' STOCK OF IN apUTHErtN ftUBEIITA. (f.'i CAR FOR SALE CHEAP D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETKBfUDQE ;