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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta R six HIE IJETHBTUDGE' DAILt UERAIZ1 MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1919 VBRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus THW WASN'T HAT f HE IN THE IF I'VE TOLD ONCE-I'VE TOUD HIM TIMES NOT TO TELLINC, NOT TO LCA.VE YOUR HAT IN THE HM.L freel Elliott GENERAL TI1MITHING Phone 1713 South tETH BRIDGE. ALT A. 111 The Major Leagues AMERICAN Yr'in 9-5 Behind Pitching Fielding and Hard Hit'.ing of Saturday nishfs-hall game between lesjne to O'Connor to Yaselenak. LetliVriJse opened tte keg nail? in tiie Ihtrd. CJyuiie was an on a fielder's choice. Qtllespie then hit one to centre fleJd fence, one ot tho longest hits prer on local garden, j and called it a homer. N'elion leaned asuiost the for a rido to the led field fence but he fililnt cscrt hlicaeU acd p'erclicd oii third vrliere be slrucfc. in the fourth Murphy actl Vaseleuak Evans tore off a. two-bag-! ger scoring both. Erans scored- on Stymie's, grass cutter. The locaJs added four In the fifth on errors by short and third, hits by DeMar and Murphy and a three-bagger by Charlie O'Connor, who scored on Vaselenak's out That ended the locals scoring. Nelson" pulled a hair-raiser in the sixth, when he picked a hot low drive .j .j o FRAGMENTS' FOR TOMORROW'S GAME The Fragments from Franco line up for the against North LethbrMgo Unltpd on the 1st of -ji-isl VK. Dunlop; Tennant, Anderson; .Allan, McCorraack. Shaw; Thompson, Dunlon; Rousi-tsou, Liuning, Uiiamg. Reserves: Farrant. The players arc requested to be at thtir club rooms at IC'.Io z.iit. Vi'on. Vst Xcw York........ 33 IS Chicago.......... 31 S3 Cleveland........ 33 23 Deirolt.......... 29 28 St. Louis......... 27 27 Boston.......... 25 29 24 32 Philadelphia..... 13 39 NATIONAL P.O. Won. -.617 New York....... 35 .606 Cincinnati.......-35 .5SO ChlcajO 32 .527 Pittiburg........ 31 .600 Brooklyn........ 29 .463 St Lolls 28 rhltldtlnhia..... IS .250 Boston........ 19 and Coaldale -was 'emin- ently satisfactory, not alone 1-ethbridge won because good brand of ball was pfaj s Nel-on' (he EVOES crew, who po c as a pitcher, blew into during the afternoon, and de- cked he would lite, to try his luck as B slab'iter. He did so to the general satisfaction of- all concerned. dn t pia> a scintillating collection oE i ,olers at all, at all, but he pushed them bj the opposing batters In a vay that brpught home the bacon. "lostlj. he used his head enor- ir.ons'btilk scarefi the Irrigators, and that was enough to vlu, Damon NoWe was on the mound for Inc He was touched freely 'ia'ihei fourth and-fifth stanzas, r np counters the pan, seysn of'ihem earned by nlcs juicy hits. Coal dale crew start- off Stone's, bat with his bara head. 1 -The Box Score Coaldale: AB. R. A. E: to OS to ter Jactson mmed one :iato the sunfieia good three bags -when Murphy lost cfc of it. '-b'tone singled and ught 'him home. Good pitching by Jackson, S3 Elone, c D. Luni rt' MoCihn, 3b II'.. Dasa, ef Brown, lb Lelhbridga: Evansf 2b ss Gillespie, lb X'elson, p Green, rf Murphy, U O'Connor, .c 1 1. 2 10 1 1 0 .0 1 0 1 1 101 1 1 0 1 "i 0 050 V i ._______ SATURDAY GAMES Vi Six StraiaM for Detroit Juno woe its siitb straight game today by de- feating Cleveland, 3 to 1, bunch- Ing three hits wita two passes off Covc'eskie in the fourth. Cleveland I S 0 Detroit.............. 360 j Philips and O'Xeill; Leonard and Alnsmlth. Senators Win Double Header PHlLADELHPIAi June ington triumphed twice" over Phila- LosL 13 27 27 29 SI 25 31 p.c. .G4S .443 .353 BIG OFFER TO CARPENT1ER d'AHIS. Juno Carpentier has received by cable, Itrom Tex Hlikunl, the boxing promoter, ans offer ot for a. match with Jack Dempsey In the.b'nited Slates fa January next. Manager DCS- chftinp3f for CarpcnUcr. has in- qutrcil of Rlckanl regarding the conditions and the number of rounds in the proposed match before replying definite- ly to the oiler. SATURDAY GAMES Clncy Wins Again P1TTSBURG. Juno pftchlo? by Salee enabled Cinclunaii to win from PItlsburg. Cincinnati............ 3 S i PHUlmnr 0 4 2 and Wlngo; Mil- ler, flayer and Schmidt. Double Defeat for-PhiHTei BROOKLYN, June beat Philadelphia twice. Cadore and Rixey fought a pitchers' battle in the first game, eacli allowing only three RETREADING DONE BY EXPERTS Get your Next Retread Dono By Us. SECTIONAL AND BROKEN BEADS OUR SPECIALTY Leihbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue South PHONE 16S4 GASOLINE OILS AND GREASE FREE AIR TIRE AND TUBE REPAIRS Ritchie's Vulcanizing Opposite tlllton Mllll INTERNATIONAL (SUNDAY GAMES) delphia today ,hy reason ot (hesu- m Brooklyn balled JF.COUS hard In 35 5 9 24 10 3 Tomorrow is Derby Day .with the 0 0 Golf Club. The championship, 1 carrying irith it the posscssion'bf the handsome Wright Shield for one year, and also a'beautiful gold medal will bs played for. tomorrow, slnrUng 9.30 lia.m.; strode competition two. rounds handicap play. Handicaps post- 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 36 S 11 2! Score by InningB: .100 000 9 2 M. the ,mS dre Lund came np and :6fter trying to. Ijiint, he crossed Ne'son and slammed a two bagser scoring the runner. Stone hit and Lund got on a bnpt by Clymie. Theii Oiiin. "who had fanned three times 1 revioa-lr one for three baser, id two counted. In tho ninth Bass started off with a tlnky single. Nelson hit Brovrn. Then dumped one down which Gif- jespls fielded. ID a general mix-up and Brown essayed score but cuV down on a double play, 1 1 three bise bib, Jackson. McCann. Nel- O'Connor'; two base hits, Lnnd. :Clyniie; stolen bases. Stone, Davls.i Gillesple, Vaselenat 3, phy; Eitrlfiee bits; Evans; struck out by Noble 9, oy Nelson 13; bases on ed in The, Shield urill he on view in K. A. Wright's store today. The tplb.wing. is perior pitching m Erickson and Sbavr. Washington........... 1 11 3' Philadelphia 1 7 2: and pharrity; Johnsnn, Kirjiey and. Second Washington........... 6 11 1 Philadelphia 3 6 0 Batteri6E-rBrickson and. Piclnlcn; Perry, Kinne, Rogers and Perktas.' Mays Pitches JJJ3W YORK, June shut- New York la the first game, Carl Mays ot Boston failed :in his "iron man" stunt "when the Yankees ot fully batted him hard in the early Innings qua'iified. members.-Ii unable to play, llle inform secretary; aiiJi partners will J he found, if Mayor. Haruie T J. R. Palmer; Crawford y J, A. KeiS; J. Jinir v II.- Flr3t same-- D. Mackenzie; M. J: Davis y D.'R. .Bostoni Yatc's; J. Si Kirkh'am 7 J. S. Bricke'r; "ew H. L; Keid T. R- R- Dayidson; C. Oar- Batteries Hays berryT .T D. Thomson T E. J.' Reid; R. LiVingslone T T. Oi- Toll v.'-F. 0. pyde; H. Hiam y RJ-Hlncks; T. H. McCready v': second game, while Mamaux kept the-f isltors1 hits well scattered. First Philadelphia 0 Brooklyn 2 major" pitcher to pitch a double-he ad eri this season. Score: 242 0 7 .2 and Schahg; Ttiormahlen, Mosridge and Hannah. Second Boston 1' S 2 York............. 47 1 H.: W.-Crawfard; W. D: :Klng v AV. J. Batteries- Mays end Sclangj Nelson; Jas. Dawson r R. J. Dinning; Shore. Shawkey and Hannah. Geiieon's Wild Heave Costly ST. LOUIS, June 21 heave by Gedeon In the Sapt Dr. A: H. T H. C.'Dalgleish; N.; 7 Dr. Gibson; H. J. R. PaUrson T: H. O. Clarke; A. JIara v W. McGregor; S. J. Shepherd T Dr. Craig; W. A. Parker T F. Kenny; W. A. n. Coco T N'oble ll Sel'son hit J. B. Tnrney; H. W. Menzle i H. Mac- j i by pitcher.by Nphle 1, by Nelson 1; earned runs, Coaidale 2, Lethbridge T: umpires alley and HeKrand. The body ot Aogasius Bradley, of Edwardsburg, rtrmrned In tho Lawrence, was recovered Sunday. Freeaan T J. Bawden; J. i Chicago Mp.ck v H. J. H. Skeith; D. Hume St. H. 1 JIcKillop; Stackensie T J. Iv. Torcotte; C. B. Gann v R. V. Gib bons." two. runners in'scoring position, the i gt single by Juckson drove them across, and Chicago nosed out St. Louis to- 3 to 2. and Cady; Cadore and -Miller. 371 Brooklyn 6 12 0 and Clarke; Ma- mauxjand GisnU'and Braves Break Even .BOSTON, Juns and New York divided a double-header, Boston" winning the first game an'd York the second in H inn by the rival shortstops were responsible for the loss o! each game. First New York B 6 3 Boston.............. G 12 1 Dubuc and Gon zales.; N'ehf and WJlson. Second r New York............ 5 13 Boston 3 7 Diibuc and tlon zales; RnSolph anil Wilson. HoLlocher. Has Tough Luck CHICAGO, Juno bunching hits defeated SI. Louis in IU- i the final game of the series. 5 S 0 C 12 3 Sherdel, Tuero, Hay aiid Snyder; Tyler, Bailey, Mar- tin and-OTarrell. (SUNDAY GAMES) n GOOD BUYS IN SECOND HAND RADIATORS First game Jaltiniore N'ewark Be court 3aUImoro..... PACMC COAST (SUNDAY GAMES) First garne-T. Oakland Seattle Second game Oakland t.J. Seattle First game Vernon Portl tnd Second J Vemon .s, Portland Sacramento Los Angeles 1 Jackson the past four years on active service', IB now open for business In the old Acmo Plumbing: BUlg., 1J5T 6th PLUMBING, i HEATINC, GAS FITTING Temporary Phone 4B3 Salt Lako San Francisco (Called end ninth bj [Y EXHIBITION June 28th to July-5th SHOW vffINDOW OF WESTERN, CANADA'S-BEST LIVE STOCK AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS Poaittyelr tho BEST PROGRAM eter presented Including: SOUSA AND HIS BAND Passenger Carrying and Stunt Flying by Capt. Fred McColl, D.S.O., bar, D.F.C., of Calgary, and Capt. W. May, D.F.C., of Excellent Vaudeville, Horse and Auto Racing. NEW CONCRETE GRAND STAND AND. CATTLE BUILDING. Reduced Pstscnger Ratti from Alberta and Saskatchewan points, alia B. C., east of Nelson and Golden. PRIZE LIST NOW CLOSE JUNE 13TH E. J. Dzvtty. E. L. Richardson. Balance on-Hand Will Be Used For Soldier's Vv'ife 3 6 .1 2 5 1 and Schalk; Shalker, Koob anfl Severeld. (SUNDAV GAMES) It. H.- o 10 i New 3 72 Jones and Sching; Mogridge, Rus- sell and Hannah. f R. H. B. Cleveland 0 1 'DStonV Uhie.l'hniirrand'1 O'Neill; Wingo, Allen.' Thomas, Emhke and; Chicago 3 S '..3 [St. Louis-............ S 7 :2 Lowdermilk, Danforlh and Schalk, Jenkihs; Oallia, Sothoron and Sever: oia. H. -B. 9 and H. E. 10 3 15 2 Cacly; I Brooklyn.... Woodward Smith and Miller. R. H. E. St. Louts 14 22 1 Cincinnati 0 13 2 Doak, Sherdell and Snyder; IJller, Reuther, Fisher, Bresaler, Oer- R. ofTAWA. June The house tot ommons has juat pivssed a bill grant adi Phiiadolphla ........'0 6 .2 Washington 1 4 .0 Naylor and PerkinsisJohnson' and Oharrlty. SOLDIERS CL'ASH June where Ine wider nowcrs to thd Canadian pat-' disturbances have occured having s MESMffiM jriUfl, others ha, occur; (discharge work. Although, a consWer red. Cooper and Lee; nd O'Farrell. (Only three, gamts H. E. 7 17 2 ..442 Vaughn, Carter Our Tlates Are Reasonable Our Serrlce tho Best TRY. US Office Phone '.-...........UOi Residence Phone j To Our Patrons i We our shop for business and of GATES HALF-SOLE TIRES from S a.mi'untill p.m. only! TIRE SERVICE CO. Neel 405-Seeond. Avenue South WESTERN CANADA (SATURDAY GAMES) First n.; Mooae JAw ...f........ Or Second K, i- Mooso Jaw 0 j First II. J Saakfttoon..................... 4! li Second R. Saskatoon..................... 1 Winnipeg...................... 7 LIGHT PRAYING Day and Night .Service: Furniture and "Pianos a spec- .ialty Orders for Hardloville solicited. Wo sell and deliver wood. Stovo nnd 4 foot lengthi C. O., D. PHONE 1869-., Office 922 End.Avenue South MOTOR CMS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The Allen Ltd. 2nd opp. Hotel Phono 1544: If You Want Adjustments, buy Tiros; if You Want Mileage, buy THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 1907 of the Patriotic fund, the new rcsnon-j sibllllies now being aEsumed will call! for'heavy expenditure. Only as long' as these funtis hold out can Ihts postj war relief b.p. conlinuen. H Is expected, however, that the' Patriotic fund, during the repatriation I period, will be ablo to assist many i cases that would not otherwise be reached by any other relief organiza- tion. The faml will stli: continue to ,be the friend and helper of tlie ier's wife, whenever, through no faulti ot hera, tho family Is in distress. j Arthur Jackson, tho BCll-admUtcd thief, was sent'-msed to four years in tbc penitentiary ot II, C. BACK OF OUR SUCCESS in. Iho vulcanizing business stands Jong experience, thor- oughness, modern equipment 'and a policy of fair prices, both to us ami our custom- ers. Many motorists have- lound thai by avatUng them1 selves of our cerviceg, they were able to reduce ttielr tire expense by half of the fdiiner' cost. Veteran Tire and Re parr 406 6th Street South EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES: OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND. REPAIRED All .VVork; Oyjirinleed A Wrltlfin -Oufiranlce for a fear and a Hall with New Bat- teries. j, D. THOMPSON Ave. 8. K-W. Service Station Service Station for tho famoun K-W Full etock of parts carried. Titagriatas of all wakes repaired. MAGNETS RECHARGED v The Roy Electric Co. 518 4th Avenue South PHONE 735; OVERLAND PARTS WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK OF IN ALBERTA. i i FORD CAR FOR SALE CHEAP D. S, WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHDRIOQE iSeethe ;