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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX [.CTIlmUDflK p.MUV UKRAI.O .MAY "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus KEEP A l-OOs OOT rofi; MR. SMITH VHILE. HERE: OONT 40 OOT: JUST PHCNE riC HVj TWO To THr en: E b VOORE. A, PCbT! VE HKME NO WHERE TCXO EVENING- VTHINK LOCK FACE OVER TO 01.- 11 port Page If soccer fans were evtr prom- ised a great game, they sure arc tonight, for the Vets and North Lethbridge meet in their first league fixture. Thote. who have seen these two teams In practices know wall is prac- ticilly nothing helween them. It anybody's gime. The. tepms were announced last night, and it is mighty hard to pick the winners. After_ Good Friday's game the Veterans were picked the of the league, and a smart team they were, but for a wsIl-biUnced premising team the. N.L-U. are hard to beat Evcrybddy turn out- Your bils' worth Is guaranteed, and you are htfping the boys. The Veterans are requested to strip al the clubrooms 620. Don't be latc. The will start at 7 p.m. sharp, and Jimmy Gurr will han- dle it. BENDER A MANAGER Champion ..Lodge Team Chal- lenges Any Lodge Team in The Province "v O'ir' By Well, ihe ltd it off the baseball season.- the game n-ith Slave! r at Siarcly, on Wednes- day cflernooii'beiD'g the opener. Bb'ih sidei hzd- strong teams, and. Judging the- class-DC baJl produced we- are in 'a good season. The learns lined up ci' loDoirs: Bob.orl, c; Eiler. p; n. Starr, lb: F. Wise. 2u: C. Starr, 3b: C. J. Kydd, 55; K. Weeks, cf; Colemaa: 1. Fisher, If- c: Hajnef, p; M. lo: Overaiid, 2b; Godfrey. .Webber, ES; Hughes, ct; U. Jenkins, rf; Crumley, If. The gBinc was umpired Ly E. M ul Cliampion and Miller of ;Slavelj-f aod both gave perfect sulis faction. Tfic game ivaa markcrf chiefly by an 1 rrror oc Ihe home bisc gave Hie one and only run, and by la sensational -catch by Crumley at j rlght-iieltl which rcbbed Champlun or j (wo nins, as (hey had men on both 2nd and 3rd bases. The '.catdi j-hlsh-u'p" nnrl rtonc with one hand. It Is tEtimated that there irerc iTiearly 1.099 a good number ol srho'm folloTvcd die (cam from Champion. .The game was played in perfect and on a good diamond. The local boys arc rjuite with tbr; game, in n-hich ihcy Ihe shori end of what luck there was KOing. next gnme will be at Champion ori-tbe when Carmangay conies tp town to Iry luck, Tfce'.managcraenl of ibe Chantplon i ball tvlehea to ISSUR a challenge vc? Nclt 75 on Holiday Event -R. Hincks Second and H. Third CMA JILL MEET N.I The Vets e-s play TCorlli Luhbridge I'ulted at Adams Park on Wednesday evening al I o cleric This Is ihc opening finne of the laler- njetliaie League, so Ilia follotviuf play- ers lire requested to up at S.oO in N. Leilibrldgc- United church: 111. Lon-e. F. 'JleGuire. A. Smith, II. Hrishl. J. Slub. C. Hogg, T. Russell. H. T. Smith. ed to turn oui for the North l.elL- brldgo In tor mod laic for the wltii IDS luitTiiitHjittLe if-hm on evening: Tajobor .Lakief Kennedy. Masson Miller. Barry. Jachsop. Gurr. Moore j Restrves: Radley, Mrllvcna antl COLLAR -HAIL- INSURANCE W THE BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE Eilabllihed A Policy to Suit Every Need H. J. H. SKEITH Sherlock Blk. Phone 1143 Players'arc requested lo be on Tfi? Ewurt Cup was played for on I T. A. DeaUy. S. Froman, not later ilian G.45 p.m.. RS Uie Saiunlav. when R good number or [Thompson. I game commences at o'clock sharp, players competed for this trophy.! N. Line-up I Sirip i which is celd by the'Dinner till the The fo.MoivJng players arc request-] church oeiL cDinpetliiDu on Labor Day. The winner proved lu be Mr. Jas. U-.nvdon, a store of 55 less Iisiidicap the basement ut the VnUecl HtCHUOXD, V.. May Charlea Albert (Chief) Header, former slar pitcher of the Phil- adelphia American League Club, has been signed as man- of ttoe Hlchmond, Virginia League .team. He- will play right-field and'pilch. 75 uei. Tlie followins are the scores made; Gross Net Score Hi-p. Score 9o So. MLllLQTiaires Unable lo Hit Knudson When Hits Meant Huns Dairsun liard Hincks C. Carberry....... Hewitt........ T. Macleod___ Muir........... A. Reid H. Wilson ...ii Hume Reid .A. Palmer Mara H.-HeifJ V. Cran-ford n. TON...... D. Thomson I. A. McKillop MacGrcgor V. P. Craig...... I. Dalgleish I. J. Davis W- Kox .T. H. Palcrson V. A. R. Cacti A. Jackson lo any lodge team in tho Province these I Hie Dominion tor a came or a series jar Karons witu CLARES HO feat- ure yiciora Day celebration at Clarosholm was a baseball game be- Clarosholm and Barons, in which the rlshors were defeated to the lube ol J2 -to 3 accompanied by ihe dicers and toots of (he auto part- ies lining the diamond. Score: Claresholm Barons 3. ClareanoTm: J, E. MoHat, K. Simp- son. K. Reifl. O. Here, C- Callalian, A. Amernlsbn. O. Walker, A. Lewis, JJ. Knudson Barona: Hanson, J, Mnorc, Wobecfc, C, Moore, Slalcfcer. U. Moore, Lead beater, Kutpas, Pendergrasl. Umpires: Reynolds and maker. The haltories were lor Claresholtn nadEon.' and Callahan catch crr and for Barons, PendergrasL pitch cr and catcher. The score by Inning wag as follows 116 00 Batons .............100 000 It wa.A Ihe second game 1 ____ season teamg. Barons' won iLwrc S-7 ID a the of the details or which LO be arranged. That means thai each mem- her of Hie team shall be a member ol same' (ralernal order, and shall pro- duce credentialg neforfl Ihe game. The secreUry, Mr. C. J. Kydd. Champion, Albfirla, will he pleased lo receive any comni'uhicatJons on ILe matter. 9S flll vn 103 1M 101 S7 11F. 10S 97. 55 Si 1OT 97 113 115 107 11-2 121 114 16 HI ]f 15 S 12 IS 16 1C Scr. 11 S S 10 ID 15 MJ '__________ si I In Cily Baseball jjj. Said To Have Nc_v Twirler To Trot Out HEPHERD CUP MONTHLY COMPETITION ning game. Still Bowling Tfae Barons' bowling learn nnde Ihe management of BUI (Scout) Moor ;are an exblblllon ol Hfe'f hnwlin, LiiliLv alter Ih? ball game on th J4IIi. iMotfatt's Icara at Clareshol: Tield the champions or the aoutli coun Iry In three very games. Th games were played on the new Wat- King and Game at Slavely The SUively tall tcnm and tlic Clarenbolin nLII lock horrs on rhe dlamonJ ou Jlonrtay. >Iay 26th. A large lime Ij expected afl Slim Haynes Is rerj- soro, at heing iklealcil on ihc local tltamon'l taet week. We are Horry lo rtporl lhat McKenzie hai.had to undergo another operation at the Calgary hospital and his condition Is reported as Rev. 0, J. Al. Perfclnz. of St. .lamps' Church. Fngorsoll, announced his tea- jlgnallon to aticept Ihe apnoin'mcnl of irtrlor of Cbrlat'a Church, Chatham. The lirst games or tlie season in (he above co.'npetil.'on will be played off on tbe altemoons ot and Saturday next, the and 31st re- pectively. The following draw- tvaa made at a meclinu ol the committee iL-M on Monday night and wop ar- ranged the committee to "bint, so as possible, lliosc whom Ihny could ronvcnlently play on tile dale under wlilclt llipy arc drann. Draw fof May 2Xth E. H. Wilson vs. J. A.Tnrcotle 20. H. L. Held 8 vs. J.-F.Turney 25. John JrarS 30 TE. G. Clarke 'Jo. II. A. McKllloi) i VE. Tiei-. A. II. De- noon 28. A. H. IteUi c Cnrberrr 10. T. II. -.McCrcady K TS. J. "W. Daw- den 19. IJ. Hume, scratch, vs. E. A. Etrart 2S. W. J- 111 vs. H. W. Craw (ord 1C. Draw for Saturday, May 31st .1. S. Klrkham IZ vs. II. niam 12. S. J. Shepherd 12 va. A. Mera 8. P. H. Toll S TS. J. Jllilr 12. S. D. Andrews 2S vs. F. Heivill 15 H. HincXs H vj. MacGrpgor 18. X. T. Mctaod 6 TS. T. Oilaml n. K. O. Hyde 20 va. Dr. Hricker 1C. A. Itcid IS vs. R. H. Davidson IS J. Uavlea 20 is. .lames Daw son 14. R. nlnning 15 vs. R. J. K. Patfr- son J. A. Jackson vs. Dr. T, KOI 10. JI. J. H. Skcllh 5 vj. Dr. .f. W. Craig 1. .Crawford 5 vs. DonaM Thoin- son 10. ll. li V5. I. DiilBltlsli 20. Any (inalUictl member omitted from the above draivs will be nllow'ed to compete and vvlli liavc a partner as- signed lo him at the clubhouse on either ot Ihe dates of this competi- tion. Re Qualification arc -reminded that. ng to constitution, only tlioie Tomorrow nrght it EcVstorm Park the.Bankers.jarid the Veter- ans of the City Baseball Ucaflue will the third encounter andia pretty "gaTnSrJSMookeri Tor. A big crowd snouTrf, be-on hand for the occasion. Just'.a tip ta local fans. The Lethbridge Ci'y League playing Jusl 13 .good bait is is being dished up in Cal- gary or Medicine Hat. In the former town 1500 to 2COO Tans turn out. ta every game while in Ihe Hat an average of 500 paid admissions to every City League game. The fans here should. encourage the boys by turning out in large numbers. It (i.understood the Veterans may spring a big port-s'der on the Bankers, and some fun Is ex- pected. Furlong, who pitched a pretty game lor several Innings against North LethbrTdge will also be on deck. The following is the league standing to date; v v v NO BALL SCORES Owing lo wire, trouble and unsettled conditions on Cau- aOian Press wires the Herald did not receive tbe big league and minor ball scores today. v o AUTOSTRDP RAZOR Bankers North Lethbridge M. C. A. I 1 0 0 The game will start at 6.45. P.C. .000 .000 Also Won Second Place With His Airedale Rosccron Jer- sey The self-stropping feature of the AutoStrop Razor provides you with a Veen- cdged, blade for each -5have- Kizor Strop 12 bludti S3 11 Willard SERVICE STATION' What the WiUard Service SUtioc Man Will Do For You Havlug cxaDiiaed bnt- will (ell you its'cxac; condition. lie will eiplain Its relation to tlio reEt ol Inc electrical syalem motor, Rcneraior, lights, igoition, and so on. K these are not p'cpcr ad- justment he. will tell you, so that you can have them'propcr- ly cared, for. He will tell'you Iiow your ilrlrlnE conditions affect the batlery. He wlH snow yoiJ how to nil the battery a.s- needed, every -two .weeks, with puro water, After your flrsl vJsft be test the ballury.nt any Hmo you wigli, 'and if things arc nol wording as lliey should, lie will give 311 6th Street South PHONE 616 OH! BOY! Tha.L'1 whni jou will when joo eee your licit relrcsd, If It's done Ihe i "DRI KURE" WAY Your lire will bo built up with Ihr test nt Ircsh nialetli! niiJ receive liy curing In our new Illb mold design and finish that must uleaie ibJ most exacting. Ritchie's Vulcanizing ZQg 13th 51. S. Opp. Mllli The New Overland and Willys-Knight Cars Aro Tlierc Is lilp demaiiil [or (hcsc cars; Ilicy ate more jioplllar tbnu ever. Permanent Agency Tills afc-crtcy Is established lo ars EO'IE lo .stay Imslncsa anil. praipccli arc good- P. M. McKINNON DISTRIBUTOR Show Rooms Service Station Ott Block, 5th Street South, Near Lcthbridgo Hotel. We Employ Trained Mechanics Only It U sf- expensive experiment to the untrained to txperlencc on your car, Bring your automobile troubles to and liirii .lo know real economy- D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LETHDRIDQE A WELL-EQUIPPED EMERGENCY KIT AND KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES "Mill raaVc your holiday Irijp a pleasant onu. Soc us uolorc 'THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 416 FOURTH AVENUE lo compete arc thosr whose an; fylly paid up. LINING UP MORE TRADE FOR CANADA LOXIJOX, May W. C. M'jxon. wlio H temporarily bead- Hie Canadian minsion in London In the aljsenf.c of JJoyfl.'lfarrU, Im? KDTIC to Tiiris to parlfclpale in for the export of rjuahtltie.i nf commodities from to Kni'opc. 11. II. Thomson, former- Canadian food commhafoner, has Ijeen appointed a member of the missions i. The Montreal Ksnnel Association held its annual show on May 23rd and 2Jth, idlii Jiiriges K. Swire, I late editor of "Kennel and Bench" lor] Itillldogs, toys, and .Old English York, for all oilier breeds. Wil'h a record entry of .loss benched, (he- moat tiicccasful iho association ?vcr promoted came 10 a clote on Sat- urday evening. The l.ig feature of the cshlnllinn was tlir linlldogn and Iho must mm Krtiil r-ihlbllor In this poiMilar aet.lloji cam'; [rom the west in Ihc famous Chinook Kennell, lirlilire, owned liy K. f. Tuson. In tbe fnmale classes Chinook Kennels "I'm- fold Selected" awarded firsl open heavywclghl and winners prize, the resarvc winner liilr-h bring the Monl- real ihamplon Hefty MUl-hlcf. In Ihe male srctlcn first open hcavy- welglil and itii.ucr.i j.rlrc ivenl in Mas Moston f.mied by Mr. Jackson ol Toronto; first opr-n llRhlwelghl and rcaervu wlnnrjrs wai awarded Chinook KennclE. "Chinook Princo who along with ills male 1'c'n- fold Xelcctcd anncxod llrnt brace. Competing In ihc- Airc'lals section rintler 3fr. .lliison. Tuson hail his gocO dog RoHfjcro't .fo.rscy In very slrong t lie went into spt-nnil phu-r; hclnf; awarded if.- serve wlnnpr.1 lu fli King Hobnleni PonblB. nurl .Icfe.'ilinB arnojiK otlier ,well known cshlliils the Alrsdalcn jwhidi i-lc.inpd at the. We shnw 0( the Toronlo Kcnnrl Club oii Oood day and Halurdsy. Powerful Nash Baalim Motor JE SOUTH ;