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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I-AUS SIX VHE LKTHBmnoE HERALD SATURDAY. MAY 31. 1919 UP FATHER" By G. McManus I HA.O TO HOWE M-f I OOLLAR'S- HOW DARE "YOG W.VE ME. A N.U WHEN NO ONE 16 H.L- ILL TO CHARGE FOS MX Ij DOC TOR OT ORE AN1 COME RKHT -HAIL- INSURANCE v'w'-rri'e BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT The Sport Page Will Go D'mvri to Meet tho Merry Monarchs Who Played Here 24th Xeit Wednesday it nothing inler- -venes the Lethbrldge city ball team will go to Medicine Hat to try con i elusions with the fast Monarch's o: .thai place, returning the visit the learn to cop the. pair. In The Major Leagues AMERICAN Standing Thursday Night Won. Lost. -1 ..IS S 14 11 12 10 11 15 Pet. .750 Cleveland St. Louis New York Detroit Boston Washington Philadelphia 10 s t 14 IS IS NATIONAL Standing Thursday Night Won. Lost. 19 IS N'ew York Cincinnati Brooklyn Chicago..... Philadelphia PitlEbhrgh .545 .423 .417 ______ .333 Boston St.- Louis 13 11 ..12 THURSDAY'S GAMES Yankees Win WASHINGTON'. May Washing- ton's return home was marked by the to 4 in iu t ___ _ ____ None o'f the visitors runs 10 10 14 12 15 1C IS I'ct .131 .643 .615 .481 .478 .429 .304 .296 FOOTBALL NOTES PV SOVER Loral footballers will be Interested to know thai Aniiy Maisbeck, who rendered such groat assistance to the Letbbridge team wheii it went after Dominion honors at Winnipeg, am. who was ollen seen on local fields, has returned froru overseas and is now playing great soccer for the Cal- gary G. W. V. A. Th ri7 Caledon: ians and Itillhurst met in a "friendly" at Cow on Victoria day. and put up 3 great cshi'jitiou, each siile scor- ing one goal. VULCAN WANTS GAME Tho Vulcan baseball club will be jlatl lo arrange home- and homo games with the follow- ing: LclhbriJee. Maclcod, Car- mangay. lUrqns and Clares- holm. The llicse clubs are asked to communi- cate with W. O. Torgorson, secretary Vulcan baseball club. BRAVES SliLL RAGAN TO NEW YORK GIANTS nosTON. -May Boston Sa- lional League club today announced tho sale of Pitcher Tat to tho New York Giants. Causey's Seventh Straight NEW YORK. Slav York defeated Brooklyn in the first eame of their series here today, 5 to 2. Causey won his.seventh straight victory for New York. revival 01 the international at Eckstorm park on Saturday last re- win for the GRIFFITH GOT DECISION DENTEtl. Col.. May Grimth. llshtvvelghl, won referee's decision over Harvay Thorpe, of Kan- City, al the end of Ihelr 15-rouncJ bout last nighj. lieveuuo officers will use airplanes to hunt whiskey mill in the, mount- ains of Ihe Southern States. see father and son playing In Ihe same match.- J. Walton and Allan, were seen In the English defence at the international, and both are cred- ited with, playing a worthy same- -LIFE- INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE EltJblllhcd A. Policy to Suit Every Need SEE H. J. H. SKE1TH Sherlock Blk. Phone V. I Here arc the fixtures for iiepcl week: Senior June' 3rd. Callies vs. Vets. SL George's vs both games at Eckstorm Park. Intermediate Thursday, Juno 3th, North Letbbridge, ________ unlay last re- both game5 at Ec suited in-the espected win for the intermediate League: Scotchmen. They were able lo put Junc xortll Lethbridgc vs South up a stronger team than the English- j_.ethbridge at Adams Park. WillaM SERVICE STATION Owing to rain and other adverse weather conditions two city league games this week wsrf postponed. the schedule will be carried out lo the lellsr. and the postponed games sandwiched in at later dates. Willard to Train f Mile From Dempsey On Lake Erie Shore TOLEDO, ilay Selection ot a former club honse on Ihe shore of Maoroee Bay less than, a mile from Jack Dempseys training quarters was made today, as the training camp for .Jess Willard, who is due here Satur- were earned. N'ew York Washington Batteries: s men, especially in their defence, and the score of three goals proved that their forwards were a livelier quin- tette than their opponents. Nobody will begrudse them their victory after Russell, Hannah; Shaw and Picnics. 5 7 4 9 S hawker Brooklyn 2J' "salterle" Grimes and Krusger; j their many unsuccessful attempts. and Gonzales. i There was much rejoicin? in toe md! Wins i Scotchmen's camp that night. -Vel-ran Demaree Wins It seemed that the i held Philadelphia to four hits today'4 to Boston bunched sis hi! and Boston won. "i to 1. The champions i Horg m the fourth for three run bunched five hits .on Rogers tn the Philadelphia n fifth which with a pass and Burns' jjoston _ error accounted for five runs. Batteries: lioge itfiu AuSTT.s; De- Boston................ jmaree and Gowdy. Philadelphia......'.. 1 1 Redlegs Beat Pirates Batteries: Mays and Schans; Roger P1TTSBURGH, May Cin- Kenneyand day. club house is an ideal location, adelphia er hits off (overlooked by the leasue orhcials tnis bits The annual feed and ffaterniz- 7 j of the' teams provided a great op- portunity for the boys to get together and would have been even more ap- preciated this year lay senior men in an intermediate match. Surely (his is a great mis- j ake. What chance have the boys who are Just entering the game, against men of years of experience? And what is to stop any dub from fielding a whole senior line-iip if Ihey wish? Instead of..encouraging (he, younger players to whom we must look for our fulure material, this practice will kill i the interest they are now showing in j the gome. AtUr the game on Wed- nesday, many of the boys were saying. "We will have some- seniors'oh next match." And where will the inter- mediate league' Tbe City League should lay down some stern rules governing Ihe intermediale Of Xnna- maker; Roberts, .Toaiison 5ud Agnew. road some morning and start.trouble laughed and said he hoped r they would meet Partner Quits "The old days of pugilism have pass- Klckard said. "This is a boilng for.supremacy of. the .heavy- (weight class'and'purely a business 1 proposition. Willafd and TJempsey will the paid performers. They are not mad at one anothej. ana that jf they .meet while doing road work; they will ifafa and'shake hands. Men in other branches ot athletics are 'can't Dempsey and Wiilard be friends they are conditioning them- Pempsey is using his sparring parf- :ncri so roughly lhat 'Manager Mark FS1DAY MORNING GAMES flrooklyn Xeiv York Cheney, Cadore and Jliller; -Perritt, Schupp and HcCarty. Cincinnati .......i 2 5 3 Pittsburg 8 3 3 No batteries given. Philadelphia......... 3 7 0 Boston................ 2 15 2 N'o batteries -jiven. Game in Soccer in Dark- ness 0-jr-Own rKeller and one with Willard Trained for Montht Manager Keama communicated with JBtliy MisMe, the St. Paul-Dempsey. 'Kearni announced that, beginning to- m6rrow, Dempsey would do his box- supply Is also threatened as the pumping plant belongs to the Coal Co Things are quiet and orderly so far. nlgbt a dance was given for a coupla of returned boys and proved a jig success. .Congratulations to.Billy Linulng on his marriage. All followers of the game will join in wishing him and his bride long life and, much happiness., Tbe eiecutive of the football assoc- iation should set after the L. A. A. A., and see that the ground Is marked out for all nralchcs. The linesmen at the international had to imagine their heat, and were greatly confused, as were also the players, by the only vis- ible lines of the diamond. At Ihe opening intermediate Ei'atch at' Adams Park on Wednesday the ground was not marked and naturally cl.ispules will occur. Toe footballers were prevent- ed by ihe A. A. A. from soliciting for funds thh year, ami wero given lo understand that the Athletic Assoc- ialion would attend Jo the preparalion of the ground lor their matches. G: cl'.-rich eipecti to r'ait'A'. p.ip- i.ltl-ju in Ihe fuhiri! hy ihe in- tng in the afternoon, although continues hot. the Teatner lumjutiee Ray O. Artbilr, business manager for TVIIIard, brought the surprising infor- mation that Willard had been In train- February 1, w'len he started dieting, lie said the chamfiion weighed aboiit 274 pounds when he started to train and that he lipped the scales at 558% when he left him In Angeles five days ago. BY KAYO BALTIMORE, Md., May of UattimDi'et knocked out Babe IMcalo, of Newcastle, Penna., In fou rounds hero last night. WON U. S. RELAY RACE OF 60 MILES PAHfS, May of New Jersey, belonging to the base section team, finished first yesterday in Ihe great United States relay race from Chat- eau-Thierry to Paris, leading the field of runners Into the Place rle la Concorde. The race was over a distance of CO milei. TOLEDO, Ohio, May ctntcrs started work .today con-, strutting an outdoor rmg and other training equipment nt the Casing a clubhouse on tbe shore of Maumee Bay. where Jess Wil- lard will do. conditioning for his fiahl with Jack Dempsey. Ray Archer, bJsiness manager of the champion, plans to have Ihe camp in readiness .for Willard to begin work there Monday and has in- structed. Wlllard'i sparring part- ners to be in camp not later that date. SUES TV COBB FOR Detroit Negress Alleges She Was Kicked by Baseball Star. DETROIT, May Cobb is the defendant in a JIO.OOO damage suit filed April 28 hy Ada Morrfs, a n- ij fe-CE3, It became known loflay, when Jii'fge Clyde J. Webstef signed an order of dcfaull, attorneys for tho plaintiff claiming they serve-1 notice of the suit duiing the baseball game here on that date and that Cobb ig- norcd it. The plaintiff alleged that Cobb kicked her. following an nllcr- _ cation in a Dclroil liotcl April 25. The Veterans f. C. wish to ack nowlcilgo with many thanks the gift of c.reits of the 0. W. V. A. lor their sweaters. Jiesars. U. B. McLeod anr Pat Egan were tlie donors. Mr. Far ow, of the laundry also presented he club with a hamper for their nni- orms, which was also much apprcc- aled by the boys. The sueec-stlon has been made that the postponed game, Nprtli Leth- bridgu vs tlic Vftterans, be" pulled off on Ihe morning ot Dominion Ray. The suggestion is a goorl one. 'H will pro- vide.'a splendid attraction for the- holi- day, and will far preferable to ing till the end of the season. It elves some Idea of Ihe length of time a man can play football when wo What tbe Willard Service Station Man Will Do For You Having examined your bat- tery, ho will tell you Its ciact Hn will' explain its relation to the rest of Ihe electrical system motor, generator, lights, ignition, and so on. If tb'ese are not in proper ad justmcnt he 'will tell you. so (hat you can have'them proper ly cared for He will tell you how youi driving conditions affect th slwayi boy on hand here to take cars of their pleasure without And we now in position also to give our In retr'eadlno, the new Vacuum Tread and other Skldi. Ritchie's Vulcanizing i Oppoflte Ellllon Mllli The New Overland and Willys-KBight Cars ArVvfavorites... There MI demand for Ihey are; more nopiilitr: Permanent Agency This ajency Is establishti! to are golnn lo itaj where, but IBM i'. anJ3 prostectt are P.M.McklNNON DISTRIBUTOR Show Service Station Oft Block, 5th Street South, 'JVNear HoUl. A MOTORMETER Is recognized as a necessity on many but why not drive the air cooled FRANKLIN WILLIAMSON CO. NINTH STREET'AND FOURTH AVENUE SOUTH, LCTHBRIDQE WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE A DECLINE IN PRICE OF'KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES AND .TUBES. THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. FOURTH AVENUE P. wonderful mileage- remains the same as before. BRAZIL S. A. CHAMPS RIO JAN'EIRO, May Brazil- ian team won the soccer champion- ship of South America toilay by de feating Uruguay by a score of 1 to 0. The game was bitterly contested learn waa able lo acbre> in Ihe regular.time, bul Brazil finally; won Ihe game in'thp'second half of thn additional period. l.leut. Fnrrlnglon, a young Wi stock aviator, cjtpccln to give "Joy rldea" jn bin airplane for per trip 'BOB LOHG 9fi THE NASH PERFECTED VALVE-IN-HEAD MOTOR Value above the ordinary in the Poweitf ul Nash Six Quleloess Is a tinntity wrilcli corilrlbates much (o motoring aallafactlon. Owners like -H qulel motor anii a car that Is free "as possible from rallies anil snuoakn.' This Is undoubtedly one for Ihe popularity of the Nash Sii wherever II Is In service. It Is unusually nolsoloss, even after many mllcj ot service. Buyers, It will pay you to aee this Nash before buying. Baalim Motor Co. 49 3rd AVENUE SOUTft ;