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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1,191T THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD gm.ij.��ii ii i.-J-�-i-�--------1 r � .,),� II.I..JUHW.KU PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus CANT TOO *NEAK OOT OF THE HOO^E TONIGHT- D�NT#5 � CAN �F XOULL HELP MC- XOO 4VT m Wt YA*D TOHWiHT AtlO MAKt A NOl�e LIKE A CAT- MrVKtC VALU �0 TO LET tOO �H �LL �ON OUT THE FIWT OOOR'. V/ELL.-I OUST CbCM^ED WITH ME LIFE - DON'T LIKE - CATS'.'. Demaree Goes Back to Giants Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. New York St. Louis . Cincinnati Philadelphia r>8 4(> Chicago........ 47 .Brookyln....... 44 lioston........ US Pittsburg....... 32 30 43 47 41 40 47 01 02 PC. .659 .513 .535 .529 .4fl0 .484 .384 .341 AMERICAN Won Both. Pittsburg, July 31.-New York pounded Pittsburg pitchers at will :mrt won both games today 11 to 7 and !� to ::. Cooper and Salleo started the first game but were forced to retire. In the second game Grimes was hit opportunely, but Schupp was able to keep Pittsburg from hitting after the third Inning until the ninth. FirBt game- New York ... 203 202 200-11 13 0 Pittsburg .. . 203 100 001- 7 15 1 Salleo, Tesreau and Gibson; Cooper, Jacobs and W. Wagner. Second game- Kew York ____ 200 102 001-9 16 u Pittsburg..... 101 000 001-3 5 5 Schupp and Rarlden; Grimes, Evans and Schmidt. Divide Double Header. -Chicago, July 31.-Boston and Chicago divided a double header here today, Chicago winning the first game � to 6 and losing the second 1 to 8. The second game furnished a triple play In the second inning. Williams was on second and Zeider on first. V/ortraan lined to Fitzpatrick who threw to Konotchy, doubling Zeider. llefore Williams could return to second, baso Konetchy threw to Hawl&ga for the third out. First same - Boston ....... 000 020 001-6 8 2 Chicago ...... 203 0IO Sox-9 12 1 Rudolph and Tragressor, Hlco; Douglas, Prondorgast and Wilson. Second game- Kcs'ion ...... 401 200 010-8 14 2 Chicago..... 100 000 000-1 7 7 Tyler and Tragressor; Carter, Prcn-d:rgast, Aldrldgo and Dllhoefer. Philadelphia Wim. St. Louis, July 31.-Philadelphia shut out St. Louis in the first game of today's double header, 6 to 0. St. Louis won the second game 4 to 2. Alexander was master in the first r;ame, allowing only four hits. Meadows issued eigbt passes. Philadelphia . . 100 001220-6 10 0 St. Louis..... 000 000 000-0 4 1 Alexander and Killifer; Meadows, Mayer and Snyder. Philadelphia . . 000 200 000-2 7 2 St. Louis ..... 200 110 00X-4 7 2 Bonder, Lavender' and Adams; IIorHman and Gonzales. Brooklyn Took 8econd. Cincinnati, July 31.-Brooklyn took the second game ot the series today 4 to 2 In a contest almost devoid of fast baseball. Brooklyn .. .. 020100100-4 10 0 Cincinnati .. .. 000100 100-2 f> 1 Cadoro, Smith and Meyers; Tohoy, Mitchell and Wlngo. Chicago .. . Detroit .. Cleveland .. New York . . Washington Philadelphia St. Louis .. Won. Lost. PC 59 35 .628 61 .622 r.2 45 .536 53 47 .530 49 45 .521 40 55 .421 34 57 .374 30 62 .320 Take The Lead. Boston! July 31.-Boston took the lead in the American League race today by defeating Chicago 5 to 2. Cicotte, was hit hard. Leonard pitched good ball after the first inning. Chicago ...... 200 000 000-2 7 0 Boston......KOOlOlOOx-5 13 0 Cicotte, Williams and Schalk; Leonard and Thomas. Detroit Won. Washington, July 31.-Detroit won from Washington today S to 4. Both teams fielded poorly, only four of the twelve runs being earned. Detroit ....... 020 001 131-8 10 4 Washington . . 200 200 000-4 7 5 Dauss, Jones, Boland and Stanage, Yello; Ayers, Galla and Ainsmith. Hard Hitting. Philadelphia, July 31.-Hard hitting gave Cleveland the victory here today 8 to 5. The visitors knocked Selbold out of the box and his successors, Bush and Dugan, wcro forced to leave the gamo owing to the intense heat. Cleveland . ... 100 231 100-8 12 2 Philadelphia . . 003 020 000-5 8 3 Klepfer, Gould and Billings; Selbold, Anderson and Schang. Yanks Again Win. New York, July 31.-New York again defeated St. Louis here today, 1 to l. The Yanks won with four singles and a base on balls in the fifth inning after two were out. St. Louis..... 000 010 000-1 7 2 New York .. .. 100 030 OOx-4 5 1 JDavenport and Severoid; Caldwell and Walters. LETHBRIDGE BALL F L New Manager and New Secretary Will Take the Tossers In Hand As the Old Boy Says: "Not how cheap, but how good, is the way to consider a Promoter Blunt Cigar" (The 3-for-a-quarter Cigar) S. DAVIS & SONS, LIMITED MONTREAL. AL DEMAREE Chicago, July 31.-Pitcher Al Demaree of the Chicago Nationals, was traded today to.the New York Nationals for Peter Kllduff, a recruit lnfield-er, purchased from Omaha last fall. With District Ball Teams ASSOCIATION Columbus 6, Toledo 7. Minneapolis 7, Milwaukee 11. Louisville 5, Indianapolis 7. St. Paul 3, Kansas City 9. PACIFIC COAST At Los Angeles-Oakland 3, Vernon 0. At San Francisco-Portland 3, San Francisco 7. At Salt Lake-Los Angeles 7, Salt Lake 6. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo 4, Toronto 7. Richmond 4, Baltimore 3, First game-Rochester 6, Montreal 2, Second game - Rochester 4, Montreal 5. FUEL SITUATION. Ottawa, July 30.-C. A. Magrath, Dominion fuel controller and T. P. McCue, of Pittsburg, who has charge of coal shipments from the United States to Canada, are this week holding a series of meetings with the object of discussing the coal situation in Canada with mayors, boards of trade and those interested in the matter. They are in Hamilton today and will be in Loudon on Tuesday, Toronto on Wednesday, Ottawa on Thursday und Montreal on Friday. Later on the situation as It affects western Canada and the maritime provinces will ha t�kcu up by Mr, Magrath Lawn Bowling A very close and interesting gamo was played last evening between Scott and Hambly versus Clark and Baalim. Clark led tor fully one half of the game, but Scott gradually pulled him in and finally , emerged on top. The last series game will be played this evening between Mossey and Everall versus Livle and King. The finals promise to prove exciting enough to please the most fastidious. The Singles Competition for the Adams prize will be Btarted at once, and as the handicap is arranged to give the rawest novice a chance of winning, It is expected that every member will enter. In the absence ot Secretary J. Marnooh, all arrangements are in the hands of J, F. Livle who will be on deck to nettle din putes, collect fees, etc. CARMANGAY WINS. score of 9 to 8. It was fast ball,. Champion and Stavely, as usual, combined their teams, but even with their imported players from the Spokane Indians, were unable to take tiie game. Lethbridge baseball team was roor-j ganized, reconstructed arid rejuvenat-l ed at a special meeting of the club  held in the Elks club rooms last night.' Manager Bph. Downing resigned. Secretary Tommy Evans resigned. President Vic. Green resigned. President Green was immediately re-elected unanimously. John Living- ston was elected secretary of the club, j sTaVl^'in" a ToTnnlng "bonte"st"ny"a Evans being of the opinion that some-1 one else than himself should take on the work. The election of a manager was left over, and the team itself will make the selection at a later date. Meantime Tommy Evans is acting manager and is piloting the team at Carmangay today. The plan to be adopted from now on, in order to make the work of the manager easier, is to sign up a dozen players who will constitute the regulars from now until the end of the season. These men will be assigned regular positions and will be expected to be on hand at all games unless they have previously made other arrangements with the manager. This will save the manager the trouble of running all over town before each game trying to scrape up a team, and it will ensure the fans that the same lot'of players will appear in two consecutive games. The big event of the near future ON CERTAIN AREA BOXER TO OPEN BILLIARD ROOM Kilbane and Manager Have Leased Quarter* in Cleveland. Cleveland, Aug. 1.-Johnny Kilbane, featherweight champion boxer of the world, is to enter the ranks of Cleveland's billiard room proprietors, .lohnny, in casting about for some As a result of a discussion at yes-1 business to enter when he retires from terday's meeting of the city council tho prize ring, determined to take up auto livery cars will hereafter be re-|.bU'iim,s- ., � n , c. .Ho and his manager, Jimmy Dunn, fused the right to park on 5th Street, have ,e(l8ed- tne biI,ard and bowling South between 1st Avenue South and concessions of a market building to 5th Avenue South, and along 3rd Avo.: be erected at Lake and Detroit ave- botwoen 5th Street and Sth Street, ex-; nues. This will be a splendid two- Cargangay July 31-Carmangay ! cept a,ong fhe north side ot the av';storyy structure, with the champion's team went over to Stavely fair today ; onuo next Galt G,a'-(JfnB- ,Ter� *av,0 billiard parlors and bowling alleys in land defeated their old time enemies, >een, mmyt?T\ ^M^^Ll^ri^0 basement' ing the continual parking of these cars ___ in front of places of business. It is felt that they can just as well use tho side streets where the old cab stands i were formerly located. There are at present in the city 17 automobile livery cars. In accordance with the wish of the Auto Club, signs will be posted in the Henderson park indicating the direc TABER 6, WARNER 4 Warner, July 31. - Taber visited ! [{^"in TliicT'car7VilT bo aUowed To Warner Friday evening and showed i trave, The deaire of tno Auto club the locals some of their stuff. The game was good and lively all the way through, there being some excellent plays pulled off, but Warner thought they had the worst of tho deal from the umpire, some of whose decisions were open to question. Warner was short one man, Rhodes going in without any practice, but the rest of the team played good ball. Graham in left field played big league ball, whilst the infield played one of the best games of the season. Tho Taber battery, however, proved too that autos be compelled to park with the rear to the sidewalk will not be enforced by the city, the reason given being that it would be impracticable. Parking on an angle is the generally accepted custom. much for the locals, and this in spite will" WThe" tournament "during'the ot the fact that the Taber million dol- lar infield showed weak spots due per haps to tho strange diamond. Taber won a good game, six to four, but will have to go some to ropeat tho performance if they meet Warner's regulars. stampede. Just how many teams will enter it is not known, "but the boys hope the entries will' be large enough to make the tourney a good one. If the entries are not largo the team has another plan on foot to make the week of the stampede one to be remembered by the fans of the city and district. Among the players who go to Carmangay today are Evans, J. Gillis, V. Gillis. Walsh, Rutledge brothers, Livingston, Green, Dunsworth, Murphy, Schweitzer, Cherry and others. Big Time In Carmangay The Lethbridge Auto club which has been- reorganized will visit Car- Sid^hril'^in wnT'nUvi�: dl8,,,nK UI> n class of pitch,ng tor th0 Automobile Club for supper and Lethbridge baseball team will play in � Rerta that uU1 iook mignty g0od if - HOD ELLER STARS IN NATIONAL Hod EHer pitched pitched good ball in the Three-Eye league last season, but he seems to be pitching even better In the National league this summer. A hop from a Class B minor league t.� a major league is n bit un- LOCAL DELEGATES TO BIG AUTO MEET S. ALBERTA VETERANS E PLAYING SAFE. "We have asked her several times to sing, and she hat refused eacb time." "If I were youvI'd let it go at that Some ot the strangers may go away thinking tlaay've missed something." The following Southern Alberta vet erans have reached Calgary, having been invalided home from the front. Roy D. Ellison, a nineteen-year-old veteran from Cardston, was burled by shell for some hours. He Is suffering from wounds also, having been in France since the 14th Mounted went over. Loss of teeth, due to service, has sent D. Thomas Blower, of Coleman, back to his native heath. A conductor on the C.P.R. was Joseph Cunningham, of Lethbridge, who has. been returned from France on account of pleurisy. C. McLean, Clarosholm, a member of the 13th Mounted, heart*1 trouble. Harry Parsons, Frank, saw service with the 31st battalion. Archie Burcey, Bellevue, ankylosis of the left elbow Joint. WACO PITCHER BEATEN. V. E. Green and .Tud Virtue are the only delegates from tho Lethbridge Auto Club so far appointed to attend tho convention of auto clubs at Calgary, Thursday. However, it is desired that as many more as possible I Snipe Coney, the Waco pitcher who attend from this club and if they will won 19 straight, lost 8 to 3, when he notify Secretary J. It. Oliver they will tried to grab his 20th victory In a receive credentials. It is desired that row. as many as possible make tho trip as Indian %* Motorcycles Are Built Throughout at J Chrome Vanadium Steel This is the toughest, stipBgwt steel made, also the most ex> pensive. We have Just received a sat*� ment ot Cleveland Bicycles.- Something new and a beauty, every one of them. D.E.MacDonald Phone 1032 412 4th Ave. Lethbridge should be well represented. Secretary Oliver last evening .-,- ... _ -------- ------- ...------. received the following wire from Cal- usual, bul Eller's performance has gary club: "Automobile contingent been even more than that. He is from your town to be guests of Cal Carmangay. They expect to  have from 50 to 75 cars in the party, and j j,^"^ it is hoped thnt the people of Carmangay will turn out in large numbers and give .them a hearty welcome. Tho ball team will bring the strongest team ot the year, and are determined to lower tho colors of the Carmangay team. Rutledge, of Barons, will be on the mound for Lethbridge. In the evening a dance will be given in the Oddfellows' Hall by the basball team. Make the next Wednesday hall holiday one to be remembered in Carmangay.-Carmangay Sun. Carmangay Team Buey Carmangay ball team will bo busy next week, playing no les3 than four games. On Tuesday they play at Stavely; on Wednesday at home they play with Lethbridge as their opponents; on Friday they play In Vulcan and on Saturday in Retlaw with Tab-j er.-Carmangay Suu. it came from one of the league's sea- WA8 DROWNED Bayfield, Ont., July 31. - Marjorlo Chowen, 31 years old, a post office clerk, was 'drowned, yesterday. Miss Chowen was bathing In the surf when a heavy wave knocked her from her 'out and the undertow caught and, 'rugged her under. The body was re overed. dance at our Club House Thursday evening. In order that we may make , the best arrangements, wire tomor-In Eller's first, sovoral appearances 1 row probable number, date and hour in the box for the Reds this season i 0f arrival, stating how many will ills work was irregular, varying from ! makp, Banff trip Friday morning W some very high-class twirling to some ! p. n. Lent, President Calgary Auto HAS HITTING STREAK. of the othqr sort. Ho looked like he club." had lots of uncultivated talent, but ' did not know how bept to make use of it. Latoly he has shown much improvement. A little more instruction from | F�rt Dodge, Iowa, Aug. 1.-Eight Christy Mathowson and Eller should 1 "its for 17 bases in eight times at bat be one of the best youngsters in the i in one day was the performance of National league. He is large enough j Outfielder Martini of tho Charles to stand all sorts of work, and as : City club of the Central association Mathewson points out, he is good-1 in a recent double-header with Fort humored and never inclined to fret, ! Dodge. In tho morning contest he which is tli* right attitude in a suc-J produced throe singles in as many cessful boxman. Good things don't j times up, and In the afternoon he come into the major leagues from the smashed out threo home-runs and Class B minors so very often and the \ two singles in five times at bat. Reds, consider that they have a rare player. LIEUT. DEACON DEAD Winnipeg, July so.-Word is received from England of the death from Illness of Lieut. Lester Deacon, son of Jgjix-Mayor, Deacon' of,, Winnipeg. Lieut, ybeacbn has been' overseas for some time." REAL GIVING. There is no special Charm or bliss In giving what, You'll never miss. The only gift Worth while and real Is that y6ur Pocketbook will feel. The Autoist Who Seeks The best equipment for hie car will make no mletake when he drlvee up to eur door. For here he will find ell the newest and beet In auto euppliee of every description. We handle etandard produeta only and the eatlsfaotlen they eneure Is attested by tho regular patronage of many of tho most experienced motorlata In this locality. We Sell Warner Lenses Complies with the Alberta Motor Vehicle Act which requires two white lights in front. BAALIM MOTOR CO. __ HARRY HOLMAH. BACK OP UNION RANK ;