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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Sit TUB LETMDWDGE DAILY HERALD AUGUST riMIWMHMHH BRINGING UP FATHER By McMaftiis ru 40 TO WHAT Cowtur I IM TO HIM OUT i LOT jo wcwt A iH UIKE The Snort e Claims Dempsey Didnt Break Fight Till War is Over July Ful ton the heavy knocked out in one round by Jack last intimated today that he would not fight again until after the He planning to engage in war Fulton offered a new explana tion for his He said that he and Dempsey had been to break but that the latter flattened him when they were coming out of a NEW AERIAL VICTORIES July Sub Boyau has gained five ad ditional aerial three of which were won in ten minutes the newspapers His total is now Madon has increased his string of victories to OUR BEST IS NOT PRINTED Youre It WE8TBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TUBES STORAGE Cook Peck 308 Second M9 PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small 817 Third July Barons team complain of unfair umpjrlng In the game at Lethbridge on Tuesday It appears that one of the Lethbridge players went base to the plate on a passed ball and that the umpire allowed the not withstanding protests of the Bartms players also on another occas when a foul ball was picked up and thrown into od that the fact that it was so thrown made the ball a fair Any sant with the rules of baseball knows that both these decisions were con trary to the laws of the Fair umpiring would have left the at the end of the ninth Bar ons Lethbridge and the extra innings would have been It is a regrettabl that real sport is almost an unknown quantity in the Suchunfair treatment as the above unfortunately a player in any of our games to admit an opponents success and allow him credit for his if he can be deprived of it by unfair would be considered absolute folly and umpires with of course are too prone to favor their home If this spirit could be elimin ated from our games there would be some real pleasure in witnessing con tests as there is little hope of we at have a com to whom an aggrieved team could Such a com with the rules of the game before could not avoid giving Tuesdays game to BASEBALL RESULTS Looking Over the Seasons New Players in the Major Leagues SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN Proprietor All of Batteries Charged and Repaired 811 7th Street Phone 8t6 GET TWO YEARS July Putnam and Wilson young men who pleaded guilty to the theft of an automobile belonging to were each seuieuced to two years ID jail with hard labor by Davidson in the court this young one is said by the police to have recently come to Alberta from and the other from took the car several weeks and toured round the among other Cochrane and according to the they attempted to sell SHORT OF In Europe today people are short of Onethird of the worlds population is now on short Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Hauler Shock for Ford Phone 1023 324 11th Street Hutchinson Five to Eight Thousand Miles and never off the Some record for a fabric Of it was a Better try r BIJOU MOTOR HOUSE or AMERICAN 59 37 Cleveland 65 42 53 42 47 44 43 52 42 51 Louis 41 52 37 56 July triple by Ains mith followed by a single by Johnson in the gave Washington a 3 to 2 victory over Johnson struck out eleven Score Washington S 0 5 1 Johnson and Ainsmith Shellenback and July Through Bushs heavy hitting Boston was able to defeat Louis 8 to Bush drove In four Score 2 10 4 Bush and Mayer Gallia Nuna July and New York divided a double header the visitors winning the first 5 to 3 and the locals the second 6 to Score First New York 7 4 8 3 Mogridge and Walters Hall and Second game New York 6 1 10 1 Robinson and Hannah Cunningham and July de feated Philadelphia 10 to 1 Score Philadelphia 151 Cleveland 10 1 Fierson and McAvoy Mor ton and NATIONAL 60 32 652 New 57 36 Plttsburg 48 43 4 47 Cincinnati 41 461 40 50 Boston 41 53 38 58 New July York and Pittsburg divided a double header here New York winning the first and Pittsburg the second 1 to Scores 000 6 1 New York 001 7 1 Comstock and Schmidt Causey and Second Pittsburg 001 9 0 New York 000 7 0 Adams and Schmidt Dema ree and July defeated Boston today 5 to The first game was postponed on account of wet Score Chicago 100 9 3 Boston 100 8 2 Tyler and Killlfer George and July fook two games from Loute today by scores of 2 to and 7 to Scores Louis 000 001 000 10 1 Brooklyn ooo 000 000 is o Ames and Gonzales Robertson and Second Louis 72 Brooklyn 020 14 2 Sherdell and Gonzales Grimes and Writing in the Baseball Magazine about the new men on some of the big league teams this Phelon says Its a great season for the hasbeen who has chased too for the never was who didnt1 get an hpnest for the rookie whono longer fears his own and the sub who had thought doomed to roost upon the bench Take a slant tne new all these varying note good work theyve been and realize how well they have improved the chance that the gods of war sent to Notice how the veterans have perked and how the raw kids are Mote haw the discards bear and how the last years subs are garrisoning their parts of the Its no unpleasing and its quite an epic of the only Heres about the way the new types of been performing NATIONAL Al who had two big lea gue trials and never lasted haa been hitting terrifically for He seems to be one of the safest and hardest hitting lefthanded batsmen in the game the same Masaey who wais with this club laet shown good ailrouncl quality as utility a young hasnt had much show but has done all that1 assigned to him able who has bobbed in out of the big show is under Stallings wing and doing nicely wherever ho breaks into the a new has shown well when glv m an a big eft who has been on tha versa of starring in the big show fcr several is at last getting his opportun and delivering A new pitcher named Upham cut In June and showed excellent One of the big sensations has been supplied by Dana a young spitballer INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey City Toronto Buffalo Newark Second Buffa lo Syracuse Baltimore Second cuse Rochester Binghampton AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip merit for Rim Out RITCHIE 08 13th Ellison Mills Burns of the Timers hit his last season in the Central and the balance of the same year at Hal Chases American League bat ting record was in 1913 and George Gibson batted only dur ing each of his avo years at Pitts In and Buck Herzog hit in 1915 and 1916 Sherwood Magce stung the ball for In both 1H2 and Stuffy Mclnnis had a record of In the two consecutive years of 1914 and During his last two years in the American Dan Moeller baited Bill Raridun hit in 1913 at and in with Indian apolis Weaker pitching didnt Hank now with lie batted In 1910 at Ottum went to the Hods In the National and hit In fast company during George Whlttfd poled the pellet for In 1915 and for just the same fig ure in Some really consistent batting records Tho matchless with in in 1915 and in Sam Crawford in rnd 1904 and marks iu suc Rabbit with In In mi i and In George between 1908 and tpnaecutiva marks Wagner from 1903 to 1909 in elusive 1907 1908 354 09 339 from the American This up to June had won five games and lost both by one run and only seven runs had been scored off him in the seven bat tles A unadulterated Short stop became one of stars of the game from the very batting savagely and playing short with a speed and grace that left noth ing to be Turner a new hasnt had much chance to cut but haa done nice work when given any a likewise got small but seems promis and the same can be said of Catchers Daly and Daly has been in and out of the big works for never getting a real chance in all these Two Wal ker and who have been try ing to horn in and get famous have been given better opportunities with this seasons AMERICAN The younger organization hasnt tried out as many new players as the but has had pretty sweet returns from a flock of just Look over them and see one of the Shannon tried at Boston two or three has rendered excellent both at the bat and around the a new has done nifty work and there is little fault to find with another who has been almost in big league service two or three and la now getting his real Merlin Kopp who had been trying to break in for a couple of was showing ele gant class when he quit to work in a munitions who had a good workout last has made good as a regular One of the stars of the early season was Scott yie tall righthander who had a few minutes trial last year with several Perry showed such clever stuff for Connie Mack that the Boston Nationals urged an old claim cr and the supreme court of baseball awarded him to Stagings whereupon Mack set up a warlike howl and took the case to Vean supposed to be all in and done for likewise pitched fine ball for the Athletics and nobody as yet alleged a prior claim to his How would you class Joe any way A or a or what The former star of the Red Sox pitching staff playing in the Cleveland has shown that he can catch the flies as well as any and has been doing some corking good hitting a former Federal leaguer has helped out at third but hasnt hit New Miller Huggins uncovered a real wonder in young This juvenile lias pitched some glorious ball for the and with any sort of support would hardly ever lose a Ho is unqueatlonably one the best and brightest youngsters of tho and deserves nothing but commeiMution for his speed and all around the sturdy Salt Lake has done splendid both with stick and bohind the a pitcher who has had one or two hasnt had much luck up to following par ticulars are available concerning the award of the Military Cross to tho officers whose names a rerdy have been cabled Captain Elgar He directed his rolay of bearers under heavy shell fire aid though woi i remained on duly until William Wagh Van When in charge of a work ing party when a fierce bombardment was opened and all other working parties fell he so skillfully dis posed his men that they sustained no casualties and succeeded in complet ing hs John Min hen a machine gun battery had bjen shelled from its position and the battery mi lled frahert six of the guns under heavy firo and got them into action Captain Arthur Ellis Labo While tht bombs were he went to the lines and removed a number of horses to places of There Are 2000 Acres Which Ought To Yield at Least 15 Bushel of wheat in some of the fields in the Lethbridge district will be surprisingly large this in spite of the extremely adverse wea ther of Iron Springs brought to the Herald office today a sheaf of wheat which looks easily good for 15 bushels to the It is from his nephews farm andhe says tharo arc 2000 acres of just such wheat through the Iron Springs Tlio itind was well and the crops have filled each head being filled to the with good i joking wheat that ought to grade 1 vhen hardened and Cutting will start in that district very in the binders are ready to go into the fields I firmly and always said that the man who cul tivates his dry land and proper will have some kind of a crop every This wheat looked a few ago as if there would not be a sheai of it fit to Now it is easily good for 15 DISCHARGE GERMANS Farm Employment Each province in Canada has Us or ganization to enroll those who are willing help on the Make and get in touch with your local Best White Cooks in the City AT THE TheSilverGrill 4th A Tele graaf says that as the American government has prohibited trade with Dutch East Indian firms em ploying plantation en there are gradually dis charging the Germans In their ser FlWsheims WEAR THEIR NO FOOT COST LESS IN THE In buying shoes remember that val no is measured by the satisfaction re ceived in fit and not by the Hundreds of thousands wear not you Price Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE IRE READY 10 I At a special meeting of the Leth bridgo Trades and Labor Council hold last evening the following resolution was same to placed on the minutes and published in the press that the Lathbrldgo Trades and Labor at a spec ial meeting held on the go on record us being in entire sympathy with the Letter Carriers and Postal Clerks In their present and stands prepared to render all assist ance In Paris beef can be obtained with difficulty and costs GOc a pound or In Italy beef sells from 79c to 82c per and veal 660 to The Nash Six DISTRIBUTORS Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bunk Throw Your Old Tires and Tufcci in Our Red Croii ;