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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta RINGING UP FATHER" 7^- ^ .anus HE HELD THE WHILE TWP QUW�L WERE OPCTH�N- VETERANS BALL IGADE CHOOSES � SfAMEAOEIlS rMooae StewartJIanager, SKorty Munroe Ca#tain~Another Practice ToniRht    ..^.r V Moose Stewart was elected manager, '�>^||Uid Shortr Munroe. cajkain; ot tiie "X^aterans' City lieagne tall team last pi- ^-liiahf.' Botb boTs are real baU plajr- �. ' Jttoms StcnniTt haa iiean managins \jf >to bail teamrinfin^d this winter^ itmA dedKKi lie will make the Vets' Ka^ltM^'^r^nealvaiML'l eaOnuteat > ' \atlU4n the. bora, wIU not the So ia> the City I^easoe? vilnncoe, -flrtio^ > ererytoody ;>>Jar� iiAlttaiad,iii tl|ie'�ia.-,fiHiiB,' ^'-atid^sraMy^'iiw'lilfeMre'-p^pi' iiriU^^luiTiB to atowiinia w^ea t^ey-daah next''Wedoes-ita^ (tor the second ganMTthe' City ISaMmU teagne. tine tioBCh of pl^^ up VetRf pratdlce laat^niclifc t it is hoped that^ai; mim^ and noKay^ ibe on the grdviHlf north' at 7 o'clock'�'Aarp. 4 mam on way Ciuc�KO Scrapper Will Be Here in JVw For May 2Atli Scrap wi�8;*i!oeiTed froni "Pugg#" ., Jlqdly^ii^mbtsr-Bwni*,''^ �nnd captain can fee Oi^mOii^ei sJmve to chnoae trom. The $we .i'fmjanot sound the pai^Npartde; �rpt^pm imagine a MttI�Iat�ly ^'iiaaejMiafT- - . .. ..j .,. 't' KtoQioteJr Browft is,�oing to ar-]r�ngi^;|pri:^i|||fc{ �tork/OutS)dariBg next IStUi '"V is a 1lfr�tt|^Anch..hut if they wUt.sUck to-M^W^jtRdpracUee they will have a ^oojl^tiSHn 7^ There arie plenty of ', ^l^yera^aronad thedty to flU in the � WHk spots if Manager Davidson will iinl|r:d]g them up. . to; ,,|0i-^|t�8ervationB for seats fo* "tSft'Tffffliojied heavyweight fight hetwe%t�^� iWlHard and Jack Demp-sey h^re�|^;tlM afternoon of July 4 have �^ranti^ fTS^OOO./aceording to , A. Q. '^ajli^r, matchmaker for the Th�^Bankers have the makings of a [Toledoibattng'C�mmiS8ion, -who is as-^1--- ------- sisUngTw Hlclnird,/the promoter! In ^ood team. Theyjhave lots of pep. An-Dther month and, they'll be hard to The vcrowd last night showed that l^thltridge is due fgr a baseball boom. Yottng Heinle Morrisoh is a.coming Ur,' He didn't do much 'with the aitek laat night but watch him. He's K cl^p dt the qld hlock;' .  Two double plays in the first game gpf the season isn't so rotten. s^orth Lethbridge teism has four rs. They have 15 men signed Aggregation. I ibalancllBg up' of Uhe.materlal j'nagood thing forthe league, f^fiuJfli^kmp the faps coming. (McDonaM, fprmer city con-id'ex-manager of tbo Mont-liWnunways Company, died at Ste. " I after a longvlllness. arrangingJr 35 degrees Jti this district Jut nit^t, and the sudden changi jji ^Ostag some apprehension for tear '^t thtf crop, which is nicely above gi�tmd hi tome places, may be nipped. Today's calm, clear weather and Ijrlgfat aun, however, it raising the hopes of those wbo arc fearing froet. Grounds Committed of L. A. A, A. Has Done Splendidly- Report Submitted In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Won. lost. P.O. Brooklyn......... . 11 4 .733 New York .. ... . U 4 Cincinnati ....... . 11 S Mt Chicago .... .... . 9 9 .800 Pittsburg----..... S 8 .600 Philadelphia ,..... 5 8 .385 St. Louis v.. 4 la � .2^0 Boston ---- 2 10 .167 AMERICAN WHAT Dp you KNOW ABOUT THIS? 4k 3Qx3%v K^Uj^^j^gQeld Tire, non�kid tread, is guaranteed 00 MICBS 'lM>A if^ta you |S.86 per ihontand mUes. Five other, of son^^Ud* in ibe Mine size are iKuaranteed ^or BOOO MlbBa wt tnm I5a5 to'�7.�, with �n average cost of I6.5T per thous-iMnUes. For this GUAHANTBB of/�60d, Mtli.E3a AW>tTIONAL, a " � field ^osta 95:88 more than the lowest of these other |�ei;:Ql^ the 9iighost; aod>t6JS3 less 4han their average, ^ome ttlftre 9r� wh? wy "JteUisB'* are expensive. JJH AlrtoaiPPLY Co. The following report on grounds was presented Monday night at the execu-Uve meetft�or the L. A_A.G.: The Adams Park groundRhave heen fitted oiut with gdial posts for footbaU and ^tre also available for haeehall. The Veterans' grounds north of the I.H.C buildihg have been fitted out with goal posts and their ba^all grounds for the presei^t they obiwider in shape for use. This completes all the reqiiei^ I ha*e st^ far received from .the north side foi* goal posts or grounds. ' In JtheDuff addition we have had -scraited and^'put is shape a %iis�%Bjl di�mottd'hetween .8th findrsth &V&'aiid Sth^ and 9th, SL A football grouhd has been prepai;ed between 8th .and Jth Ave. gnd east^ of 12th St. Sou\h. A bltMore scrii^hg has yet to he done. ' 1 -*\ The ground on Mb Ave! hetween.6th Aye. and* 6th Aye. A. known as the I^gh School grounds h�v^ had s'^base-faal^ diamond skinned oh tlteift Md the lapes /wbicfa were in u^, ii$t h^ng regOiar ro&dways. filOaed np^." Goal posts for footbaU wJU be iriaped on this ground immediateiy.. We have yet to arrange hack stops for 1>as?(hUl on all this diamond hut this wttrhe attended to at-oncet The Bckstormparklc/ase-has heen drawn up and 48 hefore. the tiommls-stdners for approval today and ^r. Freeman has promts^ to have' the signing executed immediately iiy the parties interested.'In fact'I JbeSieve that will have heen attended 'to ' been secured: / City. Courts on Police grounds. 'St. Augustin's grounds and I&iox church groojnds on 4th and two courts on 9th Sti owned by Dr. Galbraitb. Besides, tfae�|e there a court at Pleetwo^ school and one at W�st-mtoster school which we will arrange to secure arPitching I Marvel Uncoveryd V h:- h- m 0 8' 6 2 8 1 Shocker and [JihUadelphla .. St. /Louis .... ---- . � > JohiuoD and McAvoy; Mayer. - Beslameii Table* CfilCAOO. May tS.^Boston won brilliantly fought 12 inning contest from Cblci^o, 6>to 6. K. H. E. BoiBtoot ...i .... ...... 6 16 0 Chfcago .... ..... 5 as 3 Bmlli. Rath and Schang; Wllllama, Kerr,>3heUenbach and Schalk. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION  - R. H. B. Mihuttttkee............ 3 7 l I&nau City............ 6 12 2 iWilHlamB and Huhn-, Hall, Graham and Lalonge. R H E Indianapolis ... �.......lo' 13 i Coluntbns .... ... ..... 0 4/ 2 RoflJe and Gossett; Willkinson and Wagner. LouiiviUe .IV a' 9 ? Toledo ...... ..... 0 3 0 Uottg and Kerchers'Selt and Murphy. �. , �, ' � (Only three games Jtcheduled.) Four Times Larger Than'One at Reno, Nevada. TOfLBUX), May 16.-Work on fJift arena for tiie Willard-Dempsey tight July i ppo(babIy will be started tnis week, Tex Rickard. promoter uf the figtat announced today. / J. L. Mcljougblln of San Francisco, architect for Rickard, i^aid' today the arena will Ije four times at larf;e as the one built by hini at Reno for tlio Jeffries-Johnson fight. The seatii will have a maximum height of 34 feei. while the arena Itself will ^e an eight, sided affair, 60O feet across. Rickard has announced ' that only 160 ringside seats w*U be reserved fo.-nrsBpaper men. He request* that newspapers wlrfiing working space (or their sport, writers make formal appii-' cations by mail for seats.  r>avid Lloyd George, the British premier, received thh honorary degree or LL.D. from MoMaster University, Toronto., Othef lionorary degrees conferred Vere those of D.D. wpon' Rev. M. D. Parents R�rtbniPorid, Q|�e., * and Rev. J. F. Vichert, dean of the dlrinKy scliool. Colgalfe JJftivcrsttyj  � ^   o-o � �  �     *   , �  FLEETWOOD GIRLk WON   The Fleetwood school girls' baseball team visited the central girls at Central last night and a very exciting game was furnished, Fleetwood winding 23 to 1.3. , j The first inning res^ilted In a run for eacli side, both sfAes playing good ball. In the senond Intilhg Weetwood did some real tallying, by Vrlnging in six runs, while Central brought in two-Third-Central came back by tallying live, holding Fleetwdoil^ a no-run inning. ' Fourth-Fleetwood-' turned the tables by scoring five and holding Central down. Fifth-Fleetwood kept lip the good worit by scoring four and again holding Central from gettinig ai#ay. Sixth-This was an evM inning,^ Fleetwood getting seven runs and; Central five. This 48 the record game of the school girls' baseball league. The schedule for the following games will be: .May 21-Westminster vs Central. Mny 29-Westminster vs Fleetwood. June 4-Fleetwood vs Central. June 11-Central vs Westminster., The n��xt game Is expected to be a speedy one as Westminster is expect-eil to have a fast line-up. However, tleetwodd will hn prepared with a good line-up also. PACIFIC COAST R. Seattle................ 8 Salt Lake .............. 7 Mfldhs, Bigbee and Schang; Straub and Spencer. R. Portland........ ...... h Sacramento......... l Jones and Baker; Prough Fisher. "Ti. H. B. San. Francisco ......... 8 14 3 Vernon'................. 3 13 5 SeatOii and Baldwin; Houck and De-vortner. R. H. E. I�� Angeles ..... ..... 4 10 2 Oakland............... l 7  o Porttea and Boles; Steen and Elliott. H. E. 14 0 14 ' 1 Dahl, H. E. -8 4 4 5 and There is.a big demand for modem houses In Jwetaskiwin. King Albert of Belgium has decorated Bishop Brfnt, gommander of the Order of Leopdld, and the United SUtes has awarded him the Pletltt-gulBhed Service Medal In recognition \ of his valuable servlcep In .France, ^hero he has been��enior Chaplafii of the A. E. V. Bishop Brent is a nat)V�!^; or Newcastle, Ontario, ; The New Overland and Willys-Knight Can Are f�vortteB. Tliore is a blgv demand for these cars; they (an.-more popular than ever. ) Permanent Agency This agency is eitabllshed to Stay-we are going to Htay whore buislpess and prospects ire gopd. . ' P. M. McKINNON OlSTRIBUrpR 8h6w Rooms (it Service Station Ott Block, 5th Street 'South, Near Lethbridge Hotel. FBRNIE, 18.-Ye|terflay saw the opening^ot the local baseball season here, when a dplri'ted game between the Old Timers, and the Ferule Amateur Athletic club was played on the newly made ball groun^t across the C. P. ILtradkB qn the cinder dump from the coke ovens which had been weir ro�lIed, and the diamond covered with day which was well rolled down. The Fernie local ball league, now consisting of four teams have the satisfaction of scoring a decided success at the opening game. A large crowd ttti-ned' out and Joined in the procession from Visteria Avehue to the grounds, and every body was in \ great humor over the successful opening of what.bids fair to be a l^anner hall, season. The game was called shortly after six o'clock, M. A. Kastner being the umpire and the game was a fast one from start- to' flQlsh. ' "inie score does not represents the even ba^nce of the two teams afrH.the yonngste'ts hid'the advantage of luck; in bached bits .which Jtold jOn the laliy: sheet, while'%|i4;oiF~Tinf�v bre ou% and Lipbardt, one, ot V^P best batters in the local^leffije wut to, ti^t, ,aofko sh^�id'his rn^l when he held his' head aii^ fanff^^I�iplliardt-three onlen ilelil*!lnr the men on the;, bases fgaitt opidinf ihe game.  IF VOUR RADIATOR 18 HCATING 8Ee AJ^DY AM Sth �raet South VUtCANIZINQ WORKS We are the doctors for sick tire*. We hav0 the moat up-to-date equipment An Southern Alberta for Rim Cuts. Vrokeh Beada our, 8peeii(lty. Re-traatllnR la dene by ex. porta,, plain �r non-skid. All work gu�rai>t�e4' Out of town ordara paid on� way. . PHQNE 1684 712 aril Avenue fouth BASIL E. CHAPLIN, Mgr. EO. CHAPLIN, Prop. IS OP THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE ESPECIALLY AT "THt 1�IIES-ENT TIME TO YOURSBH AND fA'MILV, Do you knt>^ that tliel inipttal value of the life o| a teaq. age 36, earning 11,000 per annum, to his dependents Is over (ITiOOO, and his insurable Value over $10,0007 ' With the ever Aecroaaiag valu6 of the dollar, the mail who, perhaps, was amply insured five years ago, ahould today DOUBLE hla protection. Talk over your Jnsurapce needs with your wlto-rTHBN SEE . The Agent of th8 ^ CANADA LIFE H.J.H. SKEITH Sherlock Block Phone 1343 GRAY^DORT MOTOR CiRS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WEIOING The AOen Jack Co.. Ltd. 2nd Ave., opp. Lethbridge Hotel Phono. 1844 811.00 for a VMYt rib ret>e� STATION ALL ,MAKEB OP �A'TTfK'W CHARQED^ANO RIMJRIO I All Work Ouar^iitdif A Written Oiiarantoe' lor i Year and a Hhlf