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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LRTHBRIDGE DAIIA siXVY. MAY 20. 1019 "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McM an us I! POOR rl VI- TWi AN .WClEr-lf CREEK r TOE IWE TOir- in.L DC HERE UVTER-1T COiT DOLLARS i -HAIL- INSURANCE IN THE BEST COMPANIES The Sport Page DEFEAT VETS IN OPENER 2-0 Old Time Seniors Seen on c- Billy Llnniiig With Veterans t-. fr o BARREAU -J 1 North Lelbbridse and the Veteran s Trere iheiopposins learns in the open- 5ng match of the intermediate soccer league, whic-h was pulled off at Adams Park Jasl night. The attendance was sinalL but tlioso Tho present en- ]uyoil a very game- Quite a lot'of new bfood.was included in the VANCOUVER. May J-Vank Barreau, Canadian mid-1 illeweight champion, last-night awarded Lhe decision at ifie end of a I5-routid figiiL with Mltkcv- Kioe. Ausiralian chatnploD- The match was [or The Canadian-Australiin mid- dlewe'ight championshiy- JEFFRIES WATCHES WILLARD WORK LOS ANGKLES. WillarJ did not Jeave here today for Toledo. Ohio, as he bad announced, but will leave tomorrow. A mollou picture film in wbici he appeared had io to re- lahen. James J. Jeffries watched Willard work out toddy aud expressed the opioion was fn shape" to Eire a good account, of himself July 4. In The Major Leagues NATIONAL ms, and. especially in llie North v v v v v ff sidera eleven, Ihe war some ol the yonngsters shaped was an eyeopener. I The Veu line-up included some fam- 1 haTd herwas bealp and liie SCOre look the and alttough Smith tried iliar figures fn senior football.of years '0 Two good sates "by Tambur, cue a IE daisy citter by Llaoiog, a prelly fione by such ts Thompson, SmUh anj jiie Linciaf brolhers, lluch comment iivas hcorf on the'sppearanceitol Bill! in- an Intermediate team, for .Billy is well known as ooe o.C Ine (smartesL1 players Eenior loolbali lias leen.- Tlie way he played rings aroaofi some of Ihc yaunser men ivas a liuge -joke, tut even LinDing was unaWe ,to check all the blues, and the vetertus t' bv Linllills brothers. t_J I..- V_ luna nf IwnA.1 run on his'own by Gurr, and a gooci shot by Jackson vere fealurcs of the lisi few minutes. The ireaalt o[ ihe game was seldom in doubt, North Lethbridge playing the "best football all through as asteam, although most i of '.he clever work of the game waa hail Id be trimmed to the tune of I goals to For North LeUibridge, Norman Gurr, Jackson aoi Tambur were ihe oul-j standing figures, the, former, aa centre particularly 351 Jack so a 'at ouL'Ide nebt and goal were keen and shbf great promise. Tho game opened wilh a pariod ol jchd io end play, in which ihe North- '.Eiders had-a big alia re, They ert a.smarter tea! and The however, were not byianyi means on several occasions had (o ertend tfiem-; Following some good passing. Jladley secured and seal in a shot; tf G. W. V. A. R. Smith Steele "Llnotcg DarJs McGuire Bright New Bill Introduced Gives Gov- ernor More Declines Comment n COLUMBUS. O., 3far A bill designed to give Governor ity- to revofee ihe tbe Toledo boxing commission for tbe Willard-Dempsey fight July 4, was in- troduced ID the Ohio hoiue of rcpre- H carries an ;emerEency MONDAY'S GAMES One Hit Off -Douglas BOSTON, May single by Hay Powell with two out In the ftrai innfne was ibe only hit wade of Phil Douglas, who pllobed Chicago lo j 1 'to 0 vic- tory over Bostou tcxlay. A triple by MUD a, followed by KilduiTs single [lirougb Smith, scored the only run. Chicago 1 10 0 0 1 1 anil Killifcr; Ru- dolph, N'oihrpp aud Gowdy, Wheat's Homer Brings Victory I1ROOKLYX, .May Utieat's tlie right field wall in the eighth inning, with the score tied lo be the M-itming lally, lyu defeating St. Louis. SI. Louis.............. 2 Brooklyn.............. 5 IS 3 and demons; Cadore, Grimes and 31. Wheat. i Pirates Lose Opening NEW YORK, May York Seated PIttsburg iu the first game of the seiies. Cooper of Fittsburg lost the same iu Ihc third irming when he issued three bajes on balls. His fumble and a sacrifice fly ncned New York two runs. Pittsburg............'.. 3 T Mew Vork 4 S and Sweeney; Henton and McCarly. Heds Win From Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA, May '.clause which, if adopted by a two- thirds vote, will in ate (he measure nali celebrated "Pat Moran" day todv, by defealinE Philadelphia.. 7 to c.-The Tled's manager recinlent p on baiag by (he gover- numerous gilts frgpj JocaJ fans and tin players of the hotne cHib. The bill provides that the permit may be revoked by (he governor if, [Walton Hoirg'H. Linning Thompson Lin hi? judgment, the Riercise of eihi- r t i i >_ i_ i _r __ g shsre, Thci' appear- am t hair Lhe Vets as a iqueully Smith. A. Staitii NORTH LETHBftlDGE Moore Radley Foi Jdckson Gurr Masaon Kennedy J. Walton ;A. Walton I.abfe Tambur P. Turnbull and W. Ca'r- with litlle bDtind It and Smith was 1 easily able io clear. (Tbe bines whole forward Hue advanced and Borne ei S play was witnessed, Llnaiug beaten in Ihc tussle aril Onrr pul ill i aide one up with a ixtco j, appeal for not allowed. Then the VeU look a turn In (he game end Tambur Lad a chance to show Tfral limes what he was capable of. Shortly atler the turn over. In a '.ruib on the Vets goal by. KOI and Jackson, Llnning fouled Jactaoo, and on the free kick Smith-made a fine The had by ilils (lae LADIES' GOLF COMPETITION The first round In the play Jar tbe Prize1' will take place on Friday, May'JO. Tho pairings in (hi3 competition and Ihe handicays as- algnt'J are as foHows: MlEE Johnsion (M) TS. Miss aib- bons rBolts f25) vs. 'Miss niclchcr Miss M. Smitn (10) vs: quietened down considerably and to Gow thing; cp a Ml the Vets pull G- (25> lMrs- K-! Sleelfi in (he forward lino ana played J- shePnerfI fho one tack game'to a but' J" D-Turney (15) TS. "Mrs. H. nboul Ihe only reault of ibis move was ;r .Sleelc himself beiDg repeatedly pulled I Mra- (8> T3" Mra- H- R is likely Jo partake of.Hie na- ture ol a prize fight, although the par- ticipants therein are-hired at E delin- ile compensation." Rickard Dcclints Cornment-- TOLEDO. 31ar with Ihc speed and of a light- weight Jack Demuaey this morning stepped four'rouiids wilh Bill Tate, hia negro in tils fastest workout the challenger has had since he began training for his battle wilh Jess Wlllard July L Wlien the crowd arrivedMn camp this a tic mo on Dcrapsej- was obliged to do shadow Boxing, lugging at the wclgiiis anOf bag" punching lo satisfy Iho onJooriers who made tho I rip to camp with the expectation of. seeing come ring TCI Ilickard was- n. risitor at Ihc ramp. lie licanl notbing definite in regard lo IVillard's depariure_ from Los Angeten, but assumed, that (ho champion Lad started [or Toledo as scheduled. Rirkard dcclincfl lo comment on Ihe bill in Ihc Ohio BOY KILLED EMPLOYER Cincinnati............. 7 H Philadelphia 5 12 3 Fijh'er and Ran- AMERICAN MONDAY GAMES Broke Tigers' Winning Streak UETItOLT. May bases on mils, four errors and a wild pitch by as no doillit In (he referee's mind as Ihe aerlouinef! ol th? oledcc-. Ourr lo rtvoXe the permit for the DcmpseyA Willard malch. "Jt is nothing more than 1 rtlctard said. "Soreral elements have expressed themselves 35 opposed lo the content- I do not care 10 make any statement. in regard to the bill." ARPvOW AKA-LQOP SOFT COLLARS ASK TO SEE IT Canada. Alrf. an opponent and given a handicap on application to tbe sccro I Iflry, Qualification for this-handicap Is fired by ihe which declare only those filipbJe for coropeimon wboae yearly fees are fully Gcntlemeti are ashed (9 In mind thai Ihc ladfea have (he right wajr ol the course Friday. artcrnoDn and evening white the compctUJon Is on. FRENCH FINANCE BILL May 2S neV, finance Lill oE the French governnuml forc- Ehadofva Ihc oarly discontinuance of the rollcy of ruiTchaRlng the. entire French wheat crop. This would elim- inate eipCDdlture of of which is a clear loss to tbe jftycjuinenL YOU HEAR A LOT ABOUT; OVER-SIZE TIRES What you hear'fnost about Kelly-Springfields is OVER-SIZE MILEAGE. SUPPLY Go. BEATS STAVELY The Clarcsholm hall Icam pla the Htavcly ball team.yesterday, 3 flay. May 2G, a 2-1 garnc for seven in- nings. Claresholm on thetr mcr- IU, outplaying the Stavely team. Battery for CTareshoIin. Knudjion and Callahan; for Jenkins and Allan. Oder Berg, third baseman for Clares- holm, sived Iht xarae by slopping a fast ball and Rhoottng'tt [o first for the last out. The attendance at Slave- ]y n-as about 150IJ people. Umpires: Heynolde anil Miller. Scorer: It. Top- ping. lection In their porkcts. Sucn fhlltliBh actions "spoil ibo pleasure o; the ganjo anJ ,wcrc our own team lo give such an exhibition of poor sportsmanship their own lupporl- cr.i would hnot them out of town, iar SERVICE STATION What Ike Willard Service Station Man Will Do For You llorlne cxaiiiiucd your hit- (cry, he will lell1 you (is exact rontiillon. ulll c3plain Us relation to ihe rest of; the "electrical system motor, generator, nnJ EO on, K arc not lei proper ad- Justuifnt he will tell you, so lhat rqu can.Tiave them proper- ly cared for' IIo will how your driving conditions affect the ballery. HD''wlU to fill .the battery, as needed, every two wilh purc.-walcr. After your firsL visit lie v.-ill tcsl the Latlery at any llrnc you .and it things .are not working they ehpuld, he will give necessary. 311 6th Sfieet South LET NOT (lie gentfe Jady or the big (at man worry about their deflated tires. There is always a .boy on hand here ID lake care of their pleasure without charge. And we are now in position also lo give our In retreading, the new diamond Vacuum Tread and other Non- Skids. Ritchie's Vulcan fzing Opposite Ellison Mills The New Overland and Willys-Knight Cars Arc favorites. Tliero Is a bfR demand for tliese cars; they arc more popular thhii ever. Permanent Agency This-agcucy Is cElahlEshed to are 'golnR io stay business and are good. M.McKINNON DISTRIBUTOR Rooms 4. Service Station OU Block, Slh Street South, Lethbrrdge HoUI. [EASTERN HATS 'i; CAPS Top. DAD AND n11 We Employ Trained Mechanics Only It Is an expensive exptffmCnt to Ihe unlra'ned' to his. experfenee on your car, j Bring your automobile troubles to us and lo know real economy, D.S. WILLIAMSON GO. NINTH STREET AND FOURtVl AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Mar (Canadian Associated The -Manchester Cu.-irdlau safs II Till be Imposilble for the King Id refuse lo act upon the request -which haa now come from Canaila to grant no further lilllcn. It is fairly certain Iho other dominions will follow Canada's ex- ample, the newspaper Kvcr'y liheral-ralniled man, it will apprcvc of this colonial i-entlmcnl, and we can but hope that clfty Is not far off when British democracy will prove as sensitive and enprosa It- self as decisively. REARRANGE NORTHWESTERN SCHEDULE VANCOUVER, Jlay rectors of (he Iniernatlonal ,VorlhTVC3l- cm IcaEuo meeting here loriay decided lo.Jnrrease their schedule to flrnbr.ir.o !lx ilaya uoch neck all cities of-the circuit, commencing Iliia iveck. The TCTlsert pchedulc gives Vancouver and VlctorlJ 51 gamci; Seattle .10 and TR- 55, Vancouver opejiii in Victoria oa Wednesday and Scalllei In tacoma. .foftn W. 1'resWent ol the N-aJlonal..pr.Jer cf was seriously Injured .-when allackw! Sy n .man with a lead al South Hcnd, Ind, HOLD EMPRESS OF ASIA IN QUARANTINE VICTORIA, C., May to tfio dr-vefonmcnt of two cases of smallpox and an additional case- of Bcarlct fever, the Empress of Russia; with olTlcerA and HOC men or. Ihc Canadian Hlberlan Bi- pedldonary I'orce from will, npon hir arrival at William Head tonight, be held ln_ miar.jntino the returning troopa for the regulation 14 day period.. There, is adequate accommo'Tiillcn for the- larxe t.oil; of troop: at and H Is cxpcftcjl lhat ihe ileparlnient will be lakeA br the army service (orpi, PRICES THE NASH PERFECTED VALVE-IN-HEAD MOTOR Value above the oi'dinary in the Powerful Nash Si x Quleincas Is n ciualltx which contributes much (o motoring nallsfacllon. OivnerJ like a nulct motor anil a car lluit Is free na possible, from rattles and squeaks. Is iintlnuhlcdly ono reason for-lhn popularity of the Nftah Six wherever It Is In ft Is umiauallj' noiseless, oven after many mllca ol service.. Iiuyers, II will pay yoii (o ece IhW Nash Ijefore Uuyins. Baalim Motor Co. 409 3rd AVENUE SOUTH ;