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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MO?rt)AY, MAT 9, 1819 WINNIPEG, May 5-The Western Cuada baschall IfRgxw is billed to pen nestVThurstlay at Moose Jaw and Tleginu. Wbcn Tharlie Moll's Maroon *Uck up against Bill Hurley-g Robins t Moose Jaw, and Frank Brautigjm's Saskatoon Qnakera will take on the r that a serin wiU be etaged between the first two teams for the okMapiouhip which rill Includes cames on Labor Day. j Won. iKjgt. F.C. I I h'c.-.go........... 7 2 .778 ! N'ew York.......... 4 :! .S71 j Boston ............ 5 .625 CleTctand.......... 5 .625 Washington........ 5 4 .556 St. I-ocis �---- ,. ... :; n .375 Detroit............ :, fi .333 Philadelphia...... 2 K .i'50 PACinC COAST R. H. E. Sacramento ............ 2 7 1 Loe Angeles............ O 4 2, R. H. E. Salt Lake.............. 0 3 2 San Francisco..... ..... 3 9 2 R. H. E. Vernon ................ 4 7 1 Seattle ............... 3 10 - R. H. E. Oakland............... 8 11 3 'Portland .............. 9 14 4 FRIDAY'S GAMES St. Louis ..... .......... 11 1� 0 Chicago................ * 5 3 Galla and Severoid; Williams. Dan-forUi, Benz aad Schalk. Washington.......... 7 8 1 Philadelphia.......... 2 6 3 Shaw. Johnson and Ficnich; Kinney. ^JidenoB and Perkins, McArer. Detroit............14 IS 0 Cleveland.......... 6 12 3 James, Danse, Conningham and Stanase; Bagby, Ensmann. Coumbe, BBgls, Vhtt and Nnnamaker. ffew York ........ 3 6 1 Boston .. ..........1 6 1 RuaaeU and Rnel; Jone* and Walters. Cincinnati......... 8 1 Brooklyn.......... 7 1 New York........ 5 3 Chicago.......... 5 4 Philadelphia...... 4 4 Pittsburg ........... 3 r> St. Louis......... 2 N Boston............ 0 S .889 .875 .625 .556 .500 .375 .200 .000 FRIDAY'S GAMES ancinnati............ 1 2 4 St. Louis.............. 8 9 1 Ring, Reuther and Wingo; Tuero, Goodwin, Hortsmasi ^and Snyder. Philadelphia ..........., 2 8 5 New York...............14 14 2 Watson and Cady; Barnes and McCarthy. Smith. Boston ................ 0 4 2 Brooklyn.............. 3 S :> Rudolph and Wilson; Pfeiffer and Kreuger. saturday games -Sunday Games nrst game- ;fian Pranclsco.......... SSalt'iLeke............... Second fame- ^8an Francisco.......... 'Salt Lake ............. Morning game- Angeles............ ; Sacramento ............ Afternoon game- {iLos Angeles ........... Sacramento........... R. H. E. Portland Oakland SeaUle . A'emon . 6 4 0 5 9 3 R. H. E. 7 9 1 4 12 2 R. H. E. 1 7 2 � 14 0 R. H. E. 4 9 1 '3 R 5 R. If. E. 4 10 2 3 7 1' R. H. E. 2 114 5 10 2 R. H. E. New York ............. 2 7 1 ; Boston .............. 3 6 0 Shawkey and Ruhi; Ruth and Scbang. RUE Washington ......... 9 13 3 Philadelphia......... 4 8 J Harper ajid Plclnlch; Ferry and Perkins. \ R. H. E. Detroit.............. 0 5 1 i Cleveland ........... 9 15 1 j Dacss and Stanage; Morton and O'NeUl. ^. Lonls-CUeago, postponed, rain. RESUME FRENCH RACING PARIS. May 3.-(Associated Presi.i i-The resumpfioti of racing on the Ptench tracks after nearly five years of Interruption is helping Paris to realise that the fighting is at an end. The racing will open Monday at Mai-son-Lafltte. The bookmakers already are busy along the boulevards and in the cafes, and the conversation in these places In divided about evenly between the result of the riots and anticipation ot the resnmption of racing Monday. Chicago .............. 4 9 1 Pittaburg ............ 3 S 0 Tyler. Martin, I>juslas and KilUfer-Mayer, Evans, Adams and Schmidt. SATURDAY GAMES sunday games R. H. E. ' Detroit............... 4 7 2 i Cleveland ........... 5 10 2 Eiunke and Stanage; C^veleskie and ONeni." R H E PhilAdelphia........... 6 18 1 Washington.......... 1� 16 3: Kinney, Narlor and JliiAvoy; Johnson, Hovelock and Agnew. t R, H, E.: 8l Louis .... ........ S 3 3; Chicago ............. 4 5 Ofj Sotharon, Loudermtlk and Severoid; ' Cicotte and Schalk. No others scheduled. R. H. E. Cincinnati........... 7 8 0 St. Louis ........... 2 6 3 Fisher and Rarlden; Slay and Snyder. R. H. E. Boston .............. 4 13 1 Brooklyn...... ...... 5 14 2 (13 innings). Filllpgem, Keating and Wilson; Mnmaux, Cadore and Kreuger. R. H. E. Philadelphia......... 3 6 2 New York .......... 5 7 2 Woodward and Cady; Dubuc and Mccarty. R. H. E. Chicago............. 2 9 1 Pittsburg............ 1 6 1 Vaughn and Klllircr; Hamilton and Schmidt. SUNDAY GAMES COOMM GETS INFiELDER amr YORK, May 5.-Jack Coombs, manager ot the Phlladelvtaia rfMion-als, announced the purchase of lo-f leldbr Kdward .Sicking, of the New 'i'ork National* > �   4 � � �     � � 4 CANADIAN CASUAl.TieS � OTTAWA, May 2.-The following caauaities were issued today: Infantry 111: 8. Alexander, Bnderby, B.C.; T. HgrrlBon, Vegreville, Alta. Wtolioded: W. Rappel, Oalgao'-R�(iBrted died: T. G. Robinson, Calgary. MR, HOSMER GETTING BETTER MONTBEAIi. Mar �-It was stated early this merntng at Ae Royal Vl 3 Howardi Williams and Huhn; Sherman, Park and Wagner. R. H. E. St. Paul ............... 6 8 2 Toledo ................ 2 6 0 Niehaus and Hargravea; Ferguson and Kelly. R. H. B. Kansas City..... .......15 19 1 Louisville............. 2 7 5 Hall. Johnson, Hoffman and Brock; Long and Koecher. � / NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE SATURDAY GAMES First game- R. H. B. Seattle .... ,....... 8 7 1 Tacoma ----......... 0 4 4 Williams andBoezele; Colfman and Cadman. ' * Second game- R. H, E. Seattle............. 8 10 4 Tacoma............ .. S 13 4 Phillips. Fitchner and Boescle; Haughland and Cadman. First game- R. W. E. Victoria ............. 2 9 7 Vancouver .......... 8 11 3 Bonner and Easterly; Clink and Patterson. Second game ~ R. H. B. Victoria .... .... ..... 3 6 2 Vancouver .........;.. 2 8 2 Clark, Morton and Easterly; Pat ton and Patterson. ______L SUNDAY GAMES .At Blaine, AVash. ' R. IT. E. Victoria ............. 4 10 1 Vancouver........ .. 11 13 1 Binghampton-Rcnding, first game postponed, wet grounds. Second game: Binghaniptou.......... 1 4 0 Reading.............. 2 4 i Brooks, Donovaa and Smith; Brown and Hayden. Rochester..........8 11 1 Baltimore............15 19 3 Brogan, Springer and O'Neill; Newton and Egan Buffalo.......... 5 13 5 Jertfe/ City..........10 14 0 Deventiy. Herbatand, Casoy; Miller and Berman. Toronto ............. 4 9 2 Newark.............. � 13 4 Justin, tfleck and Sandberg; Rommel and Bruggy. SATURDAY GAMES R. H. E. Toronto ............. 4 12 3 Jersey City ........... 5 10 3 (11 innings). Peterson, Justin and Sanbeig; Scbacht and Berman. R. H. E. Buffalo .............. 4 14 5 Niswark ............. 5 13 2 (12 innings). Rose, Wiltze and Casey; Jensen, Bills and Bruggy. First game: R. H. B. Bingbampton......... 5 9 2 Baltimore ........... 16 18 5 McCTkbe and Haddock; Lewis, Donovan mnd Eagan. Second gi^me- R. H. E. Bingtiampton ......... 5 9 3 Baitiniore........... 16 18 S McCabe and Haddock; Frank and Schauefle. First game- R. H. E. Rochester........ ... 0 C 1 Reading ............. 2 5 1 Bamhardt aud O'Neill; Keefe apd O'Donnell. . Second game- R. H. E. Rochester........... 0 2 3 ReadUg.............. 3 17 1 AeoBta and O'Neill; Weinert and O'Donnell. NEW AGENCY Overland and WiUys. Knight Cars We have opened show rooms and service station In the OTT BLOCK, Dth Street, and hav� all niodeia of these cars on tho floor. The Overland and Willys-Knight have won their present high reputation as cars that are easy to start, easy to run. and economical to maintain. This reputation is founded on years, ot [ constant effort to merit the appreciation of the public. Today they are more deserving' than ever of that prestige which has grown from the enthusiasm of thousands of owners. P. M. McKINN(N� oistributor GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS �_ r_ ACETYLENE WELDING The Aflen Jfck Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave., opp. Lethbrldae ^et�l Phone 1S44 VULCANIZING WORKS We are the doctor* for �)ck tirea. We have] the most up-to-date . equipment in Southern Alberta for Rim Cuts* Broken Beads our speeialty. Re-treading is done by experts, plain or non-skid. All work guaranteed. Out of town orders paid one way. PHONE 1684 712 3rd Avenue South BASIL E. CHAPLIN, Mgr. __ ED. CHAPLIN, Prop. I SUNDAY GAMES R. H. E. Toronto ............. 11 11 2 Jereey City .......... 3 5 2 Hubbell and Gibson; Russell, Stubbing and Berman. Second game- R. H. E. Toronto ............. 1 1 2 Jersey City.......... 0 7 0 Jones and Sanberg; Morrissette and Kelly. R. H. B. Binghampton ......... 4 6 2 Baltimore............ 7 12 i Donovan and Smith; Parnham and Egan. R. H. E. Rochester ........... 5 13 1 Reading ............. 1 '> T Brogan and O'Neill; Hoard, Brown, Donahoe and O'Donnell. First game- H. H. E. Buffalo........ ....... 2 6 2 Newark ............. 5 8 4 Thomas and Casey; Schorr, Shea and Bruggy. Second game- R. H. E. Buffalo .............. 10 10 ;{ Newark ............. 3 4 3 Ryan and Bengough; Clarry, Ter-hune and Bruggy. EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTERIES CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A Written Guarantee for a Year and a Half with New Batteries. J. O.'THOMPSON Phone 1966 718 3rd Ave. 8. MOTORISTS! Don't let your Tires, spoil your pleasure .during this fln� weather. We repair them right; natui^ ally they stay right. tire service co. Phone 1990-405 2nd Avenue 8, ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 41 p FIFTH ST. 8. BIG SWEEPSTAK?S FOR SPEED FIENDS CAJPBTOWN, Soath Africa. May 2. -(Reater'6.)~In connection with tlie recent disturbance in Johannesburg between the Intemational-SocialletB, advocating Bolshevism, and the returned aoldlers, Hon. Mr. Malai), acting premier, announced that the gov-1 eminent would immediately introduce | a 'bill providing for the registration of i all aliens aaid the removal of people i participating in Bolshevist or other j dangeratu propaganda. i NEW. YORK, . May 5.~-A $25,000 sweepstake auto race on Saturday, June 14, will be the opening event of a series of four races at the Sheepshead Bay speedway, at which drlvere; of international reputation will t-ompete. the Eastern States Auto Racing .Association announces. WOMAN SWIMMING CHAMPION ALAMBDA, .Calif., May 5.-Elizabeth Ryan, of Philadelphia, on Saturday won the women's national championship -jO-yard swimming race here in ;n 2-5 seconds, > Arc You Making Use of Our Serroe Department? THE lEE AUTO SUPPLY C 416 pourth AVENUE VETERAN TIRE & REPAIR Co., 406 6th Street South Work guaranteed and prices right. We served you in France; we wish to serve you at home. Note the address- WALTER MARSH Manager, Late 56tb Battalion. We Are Closing Out The Balance of Our OVERLAND CARS A Few Model 90 Left at a Considerable Reduction D, S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET ANDfOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE CENTRA^. GARAGE . repair any make of car FORDS A SPECIALTY ; genuine foro parts 7 ; iL\\k trORAQE space day and night 'r'EAR ALEXANDIIA hotel phone 1023 pourth avenue s. OHfBOY! That's what you will say when yon see your next retread, it It's done the "DRI KURE" WAY .Your tire will be built up with the best ot fresh new mat?rlal and will receive by curing In our new Rib mold a design and finish that must please th** most exautlbe. Ritchie's Vulcanizing 20� 13th St. 8. Opp. BHIaen Mills The RELIABLE RADIATOR REPAIR SHOP l� Reliable Olcerge Farquharaon, Prop. Rear "O" The TaOor, Sth St. S, Will an Sl.RVICl M.AIHIN , CoprnshtNSMcml.mV Plain Language ' Youll find that common words, simple ezplanationa and quick action are the rule at the Willard Service Station. tt is part of VnOaril policy to make it easy for every user of � Willard Battery to gtt the most out of it. So our instructions are plain: l-Add pun watar. 3-TaAa hydrooMtmt imt mvmry two wookt. 3-~It hydrom�tmr i�at ia lass than i.3$S mt mnj two uooesaiVe ramdingB com* atraight to tho WUJmzd Service '""'lOI. 311 7tli Sl South Phone 616. Farmers Attention! We have about twenty-five Steel Oil Barrels on liand whjch we will sell for Nine Dollars Each. The supply is limited; act quickly. BAALIM MOTOR Co. BACK OP UNION BANK ^ ;