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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD - niURSDAY, AUGUST 1. 1918 ^BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus IV^IE iMS I'M [T 50PPo->E0 TO oe A ROM^^� THE FEUUER* IN THEIS 0/�f9u shelled froir. its position and tho bittnry commando - killed, ho rallied t,i>; crews. sal\-ert six ot the giins under heavy fire and got them into action again. Captain Arthur Ellis Jonea, Laboi; Battalion, Edmonton. While thw bombs were falling, he went to tho lines and removed a number of horses to places ot safety. hfnder, who has been on thj vor?'j nf starring in tho big show tcr several years, is at last getting his opportunity, and delivering the,goods. A r-cw pitcher named Upham cut in June 17, and showed excellent ability. One ot the big sensations has been supplied by Dana Fillinglm, a young spitballer Chicago .... Now York .. Pittsburg ... Philadelphia Cincinnati . Brooklyn ... Boston ____ St. Louis .. Won. Lost. P.C. GO 32 .652 57 36 .613 4S 43 .527 43 47 .472 41 ' "48 .461 40 50 .444 41 53 .4,36 38 58 .396 In Europe to-day 400,000,000 people are short of food. One-third ot the world's population is now on short rations. Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Hauler Shock Absorbara, for Ford Cara. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbridge, Alta. W. H. DowlIng, J. T. Hutchlnaon INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey City 2, Toronto 7. Buffalo 0, Newark 5. Second game-.Vewark 4, Buffalo 5. Syracuse 0, Baltimore 2. Second game-Baltimore 4, ;Syra-cuse 1. Rochester 3, Binghampton 0. Five to Eight Thousand Miles and never off the rim. Some record for a fabric tire. Of course, it was a Michelin. Better try one.* T buou motor parlors, Ltd. THE HOUSE Ol? SERVICE" New York. July 31.-Now York and Pittsburg divided a double header here today, New York winning the first and Pittsburg the second 1 to 0. Scores: Plttaburg .........000 000 000-0 6 1 New York ........000 001 OOx-1 7 1 Comatock and Schmidt; Causey and McCarty. Second game- Pittsburg .........100 001 001-3 9 0 New York ........002 000 000-2 7 0 Adams and Schmidt; Steele, Dema-reo and Raridon. Boston, July 31.-Chicago defeated Boston today 5 to 4. The first game wag postponed on account of wet g�ounda. Score: Chicago ..........021 100 100-5 9 3 Boston ...........000 100 030-4 8 2 Hondrix, Carter, Tyler and Killifer; Rudolph, George and Wilson. Brooklyn, July 31.-Brooklyn ^Jook two games from St. Loula today hy 'scores of 2 to 1, and 7 to 2. Scores: St. r>oui8 ..000 000 001 ooo o-i lo i Brooklyn ,.100 000 000 000 1-2 13 0 Amos and Gonzales; Kobertson and Wheat. Second game- St, Lou la .......000 002 000-2 7 2 Brooklyn ........200 020 30x-7 14 2 May, SherdoU and Gonzales; Grimes and Miller. Cincinnati-Philadelphia, postponed, rain. an opportunity, Hearn, a big ' crt- who had been trying to break in for '^''i'"'^" . .. �'a couple of seasons, was showing ele- gant class \vhon he quit to work in a munitions factory. Dugan, who had a good workout last fall, has made good as a regular intlelder. One ot the stars of the early season was Scott Perry, yie tall righthander who had a tew minutes' trial last year with several clubs. Perry showed such clever stuff for Connie Mack that the Bostoii Nationals urged an old claim fcr him, and the supreme' court of baseball awarded him to Stallings, whereupon Mack sot up a warlike howl and took tho case to court. Vean Gregg, 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 services. Cleveland. How would you class Joo Wood, anyway? A comeback, or a newcomer, or what? Tho former star of the Red Sox pitching staff playing in the Cleveland outfield, has shown that he can catch tho flies as well as any one, ami has been doing some corking good hitting too. Halt, a former Federal leaguer, has helped -out at third base, but hasn't lilt .severely. ' New York. Miller' Hugglns uncovered a real v/ouder in young Tliorraahlen. This juvenile has pitched some glorious ball tor tlie Yankees, and with any sort of support would hardly ever lose a game. Ho is unquestionably one ot tho best and brightest youngsters ot tho year, and deserves nothing hut commorfatition for his speed and all-around pitching. Hannah, tho sturdy Salt Lake catcher, has done splendidly, both with live stick and behind the bat. Finnerah, a pitcher who has had one or two trials, hasn't had much luck up to date. BAllG RECORDS AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADINQ & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All ; work guaranteed. Special Equipment tor Rim Cut Repaire. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th et. 3. Opp, Elllaon Milla Burns ot tho TiKors hit .338 his last season in the Central Association, and .338 tho balance of tho same year at Detroit. Hal's .\merlcan League bat ting record was .207 in 1913 and .267 In.1914 also. George Gibson liatted only .178 during each ot bin iwo years at Pittsburgh, in lHOrj iiml 1906. Buck Ilorzog hit .264 in 1915 and 1916 too. Sherwood .MaKte stung the ball for .300 In both iyi2 and 1913. Stuffy Mclnni3 had a record ot .314 in the two coii.k joutivo years of 1914 and 1915. During hlfi last two years in tho American LenKi"-1915 f(nd 1916- Dan Mocller l);iltod ,'326. Bill Rariilen iiii .236 in 1913 ftt Boston, and .L':',i; in 1914, with Indian apolls Fodoruli. Weaker pitching didn't help. Hank Sovomid, now with tho Browns, l)attca :.04 in 1910 at Ottum-wa, went lo tiic Hods In tho National i..oague, and iiit .:!04 in fast company during 1911 George Wliltt'il poled the pellet tor .281 in 191,->'nnil for just the same fig ure In 1910. Some really "consistent" batting records: This nialchloss Cobb, with .368 in 19H, .UTu lu luia and .371 In 1010.  Sam Crawforil in 1902, 1903, pnd 1904: .3:14. .33:; iiiul ,332 marks in sue-coHsion. Rabbit MariiMvlllo, with .247 lu 1913, .246 In WD and .244 In 1915. George MclJrIdo. between 1908-and 1912, with these cpnaecutive marks; ,232, .234, .230, .�>:>.-,', ,226. �Ham Wngnnr from 1903 to 1909, In-cluslvo; 1903,,,,'... 1904....... 1905....... 190(1....... RON SPRINGS CROP, LOOKS VERY GOOD There Are 2000 Acres Which Ought To Yield at Least 15 Bushel Yields ot wheat In some of tho fields in the Lethbridge district will be surprisingly large this fall, in spite ot tho extremely adverse weather conditions. Chas. Kane, of Iron Springs brought to the Herald office today a sheat of wheat which looks easily good tor 15 bushels to the acre. It is from his nephew's farm and'he says thsro are 2000 acres of just such wheat through the Iron Springs district. Tho hind was well cultivated, and the crops have filled wonderfully, each head being filled to the top.with good tjoking wheat that ought to grade No. 1 vlien hardened and threshed. Cutting will start in that district very shortly, in tact, tho binders are ready to go into the fields now. "I firmly bolievo, and always have," said Mr. Kane, "that the man who cultivates his dry land well, and properly, will have some kind ot a crop every year. This wheat looked a few waok.5 ago as it there would not be a sheaf of it tit to thresh. Now it is easily good tor 15 bushels." DISCHARGE GERMANS Farm' Employment Organizations, Each province in Canada has Its organization to enroll those who are willing to, help on the farms. Make enquiries, and got In touch with your local officers. 311,1 1907 1908 1909 .........350 ........ 354 ........ 339 Best White Cooks in the City AT THE TheSilverGrill Cor, 4th Ave. d I f - I St. Amsterdam, Aug. 1.-Tiie Tele-graaf says that as the American government has prohibited trade with Dutch East Indian firms employing Germans, plantation enterprises there are gradually discharging the Germans in their service. Wear Florsheims -THEY WEAR LONGER. -FIT RIGHT. -LOOK BETTER. -KEEP THEIR SHAPE, v, -CAUSE NO FOOT TROUBLES. -AND COST LESS IN THE END, In buying shoes remember that value is measured by the satisfaction re-colved in stylo, tit and service, not by tho price. Hundreds of thousands .wear Florshoinis-why not you? Price $12.50 Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET /HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE Ff.ORSHEIM SHOE ' WERE SUPPORT STRIKERS. At a special meeting of tho Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council hold last evening tho tollowing rosolution was passed, unmo to plncod on tlio minutes and published In tho press: "Resolved, that tho L^tlibrldgo Trades and Labor Council, at a special meeting held on tho 31st; July, go on record us being in entire sympathy with tho Letter Carriers and Postal Clerks In their present strike, and stands prepared to render nil assistance poBslblc." In Paris beet can be obt.alnod with difficulty and coats 6O0 a pound or more. In Italy beet sells from 79c lo 82o per pound, and veal 66c to 79o. The Nash' Six Beautiful, Comfortable. DISTRIBUTORS Baalim Motor Company Back of Un^on Bank > Throw Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box. 373476 11 ;