Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
>AGE SIX THE f R1DAY, AUGUST K 'BRINGING UP.FATHER" By G. McManus "3OME Of THEM ALWAX5 WERE I'M I KIN 4iT THAT KIND OF TALK AT HOME- DO THACT- BUT "YOU MOW COME. UP TO ME MK.L1ONAIRES ARfc VERV COMMON A-DM 3- FATHER'S DINNER. PAIL DmNER. TONHHT NEH'T HE WE. The Sport Page RESULTS NATIONAL Boston Cleveland Naw York Detroit Chiiaso St. Louis Philadelphia Won. 60 55 53 4S 43 41 3S Lost 37 43 43 rf 53 53 56 .552 .522 .445 .457 .436 .404 Brooklyn, Aug. i. Coombs received brilliant support from Brooklyn and locals defeated Cincinnati "today 4 Score Cincinnati Brooklyn 000 000 000 0 3 2 101 001 lOi I 6 0 Elta, Jacobs and Wingo; Coombs and Schmidt. Philadelphia, Aug. 1. Jacobs blank- ed St Louia in the first gamo ot a double header today and iron 1 to 0. EC Louis won the second 3 to 1, in the tenth Inning The sco.es Et Louis 000 000 OOCH-0 3 2 Phllarielphia 401 000 7 8 1 Meadows and Gontaies; Jacobs and Adamfi. Second St Louis 100 000 11 2 Philadelphia ...000 105 000 G 1 Doak and Gonrales; Pronflergaet and Adams, ew York, Aug. de; teateii New York here today 5 to 0. Score: Chicago New York........000 000 1 0 Vaughn and Kllllter; Toney and ilcCarty. Boston, Aug. world's record for big league .baseball, of 20 innings without a run being scored by either team was made today by Pittsburg and Boston, Piltsburg making two runs In the twenty-first Inntags and winning 2 'to 0. 'The previous no- score record was eighteen innings'. Today's was the longest National league game played in this city.. 03ign had' nineteen men lett bases and played errorless ball while brilliant support saved Slayer in sevr eral; innings. The score: 000 12 1 x, 000 000 "000 000" 000 000 15 6 Mirer ana-Cooper and Schmidt; Neht and Wilson. AMERICAN .....100 100 11 0 Ciovelanil 50 Detroit, Aug.' Dfjtrolt could not hit New York today and the visitors won 7 to 0. Score: N'ew York 010 12 1 Detroit 22 Calchvell and Walker; Hall, Bailey, Jones and Slanage.' INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark 1, 10, 4; Toronto 7, 10, 4. Buffalo 1, 7, City 4. 11, 2. Baltimore 6, IS, 3; Rochester 5, 6, 1. Blughampton 9, 16, G; Syracuse 2, Operate 1300 Huts. The Y.M.C.A: !s .'operating 1300 huts Jn the French array and this number is to he Increased to 2000.' OUR IS NOT PRINTED You're It WESTBROOK BROS. Oppnlte Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Chicago NEW York Plttsbnrg Philadelphia Cincinnati Srooklyn Boston, St Louis THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. S. CooK 7 E. E. Peck SOS Second 665 PHONE 733 FOR THE O.K. REPAIR SHOP t Shetland" Small Machlnary. 817..Thlril Won. 51 57 49 43 41 41 41 39 Lost 32 37 43 IS 49 50 54 59 P.O. .656 .60S .533 .473 .43 1TTER IS REAL Gain of 62 Seconds in Rule o Speed for Mile Mark 100- Year Progress St Louis, Arig. brow in the eighth let In the winning Boslon winning 2 to 1 Store. Boston 100 000 010r-2 4 1 St Louis 000 000 5 Rcti and Mayer; Leifteld and Ser erold f Chicago, Aug 1 borne ran which "drove Risfierg In ahead o him, gave Chicago a 2 to 1'victory over, Washington today. Score: Washington I.. .000 000 7 1 Chicago 000 000 5 0 Matleson and Alnsmlth; Russel and Schalk. Cleveland, Aug won Its :gamftfof. the year in Cleveland to 0, having Icat elgh games prior to today Score SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of -Batteries Charged and' Repaired 3J1 7th Street S. Phone 616 AUTO TIRES .OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywpod System RETREADING REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed Special Equip- irient.for tlim Cnt Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 13th StS Opp Ellison Mild Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY CAREFULLY. (or ftri Ctn. 324 11t'h Street South, Lethbrfdfft, Alt> W, H J. Hutehlnion The trotting horse- Is an1 America product. England "developed th .horaughbrcfi, France the Percberoii and Russia tho Orloff, all of whic are typical ot the nations in whic they originated, but none of the: can. compare with the American fro er in the matter oi utility, troi the. battle Iront to the plow or tron the race track to a: heavy vehlc! At the beginning OL the second csi tury ot light harness racing, it well to atop' and Ufco o glance bac: ward over Iho field that has bee traversed by those who laid the fou dation ot the breed in a new cou try and assisted in reducing the re oril from three minutes, made, b Boston Blue under the saddle .on, tl Jamaica turnpike' on Long Island ISIS, to Uhlan's 1.58 to harness Lexington, Ky...In. 1912. A gain of second the. rate of flpeecl for mile progress mario in 1 years and It Is very d6ubltul.lt the figures will be reduced eight seen in the noil century, Traces Back to Messenger. The trotter as-a breed traces the English horse Messenger, landed in Philadelphia In 17S8 died at Long Island in-lSOS, after mak- ing 20 stud seasons in Pennsylvania, S'ew York and N'ew Jersey. He ivas, i during lhat period, mated with a few I thoroughbred in ares, but the majority or those bred to him were descended I from tho Dutch horses which1.- were brought from Holland by the founders of New Amsterdam and which" In the century that elapsed prior to his ar- rival spread over the states where he i located aa welt as New England. Justin Morgan, the. rounder of the doubt traces to the same source. This' u-as tho strain fiist put iho troUlngi gate in the American horse, Just as a I Dutch mare, when mated with Folkan, produced Bares, Ihe pregenltor ol the Orloff In Russia. Gave Breed Stamina. It woulA be absurd to admit dial Messenger, a running borao, 'con- trolled the gait of tho American trot- ter, but tho stamina which he and hfs descendants pogse'Rscd gave their progeny tho nerve 'fotce to carry the new gait over a distance of ground aplurcs-Seven First in First Week of Racing at North Kandall> Ohio The returns for the first grand clr- it meeting at North Randall, Ohio, ow that Thomas Murphy has tho st average stable of his career, urins the week ho started 11 horses id won with Miss Hams M. -In >2J4, the fastest-heat of tho year; hilcoot, The Problem, which he held ver since 116, Dark Flower, Direct- in J., Selah Baird and the Silike Aiding Dagastan. Three of the horses that Walter ax trained over the snotv banks at over, N.U., last winter, came trough aa winners, while Lu Prince Sn also served notice on all prospect free-for-allers that he la ready or the tray by winning In nd repeating in 2.05U- A Game Chance also won a brilliant ra'cs In .03U, while Peter Vonia gathered In ne of the 3-year-old events. Ban White, who wintered at 'homaaville, paraded "a wpnder- ul pair of 2-year-fllda in Periscope, with which he won in and irusltoft, which finished second -to er, with Geers in" the sulky. As he ia? a small stable Geers was not very nuch .in.tho North Ran- dall, tut on the lest day "he won a clever race with 'Knap" McCarthy's old standby, June Red- in 2.07U. Ma- mie Locke was Valentine's only win- ner during the ho was n the money with Hal H., Flo Stately Uary Parr, Tho Toddler and Baxter Lou. McMahon also roads his presence felt by winning "with Hal Boy 3elle Alcantara end Miss-Perfection The splendid race won by Binlam was one of the outstanding features, of the North Randall meet- Ing, and as he was bred In Ohio ,the victory was very popular. The mistake Wilkes Brewer made In the third heat of the Ohio stake also gave Blanch Carter an opportunity lo make good and win. in time that he could almost make on a two-lap track. The remarkable showing of the get of Peter the.Great was a feature at this grand circuit meeting, ns it has been at so many In Ohio this j'ear. Of the winners Hollyrooil Miss Harris M., Peter Vonia and Dark Flower are by him, while of the placed horses Pfltcr Look, Brusiloff, Chestnut Peter, Brother Czar Peter and Pete Lafayette appear In his list of performers. The Kentucky LOTHING UP About 150 High-Grade Fashion Craft Suits Much Reduced If you have yet to learn the satisfaction of a Fashion Craft suit, here is an oppor- tunity to do so at a big saving. Little pr none of ihe merchandise offered can Be reproduced to sell even at their former low prices! much less at these very liberal reductions. Goodness only knows where next season's woolens are corning from or what they will cost. But we must make room for our fall goods. Hence this clean up. Men's High Grade Fashion Craft Suits Formerly and Reduced to Materials and patterns all that could be desired. 7 Five to Eight Thousand Miles .and never oft the rim. Some record for a fabric tire. Of course, it vws a Michelin. Better try one, BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" 318 FIFTH.STREF.T. HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND TKE FLORSHEIM SHOE. E 'slon on how and when to end tho base- wtll not act with that bqfiy lha E Meeting Tomorrow AViH Decide What Major Leagues Will Do Chicago, July President Uan of 'the American league, to- night. called a special meeting of ihe futurity winner, Siilko, also had only oraanlzalion lo, be held In Cleve" laad Saturday definitely to decide on the proposed early closing of the sea- son, and the staging of the world's series prior lo Seplemb'er 1, In com- pliance'to Secretary Baker's "work or fight" onler." Tlicre also will be a national base- two starters at the .meeting, were Periscope, and Dagas- tan, and both of them were winners. Because of the American Red Cross th? Mrn'is Pbrjatlan Associa- tion, and other allied bodies doing war work in France arc unable lo obtain a sufficient number of women workers, the U.S. department pro-, hibUlon ngainst granting passports to; relatives of ami men of Ihe American cxpuJitimiary. forces was mbdlficd by Utnt-ral M-irih, cnfcf of slaff, so as to permit sisters of sol- diers lo serve as workers under cer- tain conditions. season for the two major leagues will be reached Saturday at .Cleveland; At the request 'of Bart Johnson, Chair- man Herrmann 'called the meeting of: the baseball commission for 11 o'clock Saturday morning at Cleveland. ITerrman. also wired Invitations to the owners of the clubs ol Hie Nation- al and American leagues.'to attend. He said, indications arc that practically "ownfirs will bo at the meet- ing. John president. of tho National league, m- a telephone con- verantlbn frolii New' 'York with llerr- man, said Mi at he would not attend the meeting as he had decided not to attend any more' nesaions ot the Nat- ional Commission. JTMs, it Is under- Sir. Herrman stated tonight that n his opinion ths- regular 'playing ;easnn of tho National league would end on Labor day, and (be worldfs series would take place .early-in Scp- .ember. is iri his declaration several weekfl ago" that he would not aft with Johnson in any. baseball' mai- lers, following the dispute over thu PJEcher Perry case, Chairman Herrman said lhat at the Cleveland meeting Ihe question of.whon .to Ui nu.JU lv ball commission In Cleveland ;it tha Bpason Ena question of hold- a norld'a series nil) ba dcfinilc- .Johnson tic was cretlKcd with lha first mile below 2.40. New York Club Formed In 1825, The New York Trolling ctiib wna organizetl In 1S2J. H built a track on In 1S2S Ilunllng they showed a disposition, lo use it. Instead of the gallop. It Is htlmilled that the thoroughbred horse can trot; in fact, any animal can, but tho pointed, dwelling atridc of the running horao Is a thing apart from the imopth, round stroke which dis- tinguished all of Ihe early trotterij and which many of thorn could carry tor two, three or even four mite heats under the saddle or to harness, Boston Blue, the first horao to win a trotting match, wfla.ahfppcti Lo Bos- ton from Mafnc, whete ho waa At one llmo used, lowing boats on the Ken- nchec river between Augusfa and He also trotted, a mile In over the Lynn furnpUce before Major Jones made his (1000 Colonel Donej of Maryland :tbat l.c cauij a thai Lrol a nlle in three Hto succeaa prompted _otheri race, at the IrotUn; gAlt matches fta in Topgallant "de- Betsy Baker three miles in a rale of 164 'for the mtlp. He was raced for many and it park was built near Philadelphia and In a brief uoriorl courses were catab- llslied at Baltimore, Trenlon, City and Mobile, while such old timers aa Screwdriver, Sally Miller, Topgal- lant, Kadlcr, IHilchman, Trouble, Awful and Larly Suffolk wero busy racing ovor them, reducing their rec- ords each season until 'In 1SI5 Kuffolk started [ho 2.30 Hst by win- ning a heal Jn lo harness. In the interval Jtattter" had In 1830 trolted 2.32 to saddle, 'white In' Edwin Forest won In Also, ivhbn the irottcrs began to appear In Dutchman innrfo a reconl of 2.32 iu U39. Illpton reduced It I In it was the limit untl Lady Suffolk beat 2.30. Tho next change waa made In 1852, when Ta trotted In 228 and the follovlng Teropl" roducej It to 22? She ultimately the mark a( In 1859. From thai data to Oift enl the world's record, held by DPiler, Goldsmith Occident, Rama, St. JuJlon, S., Nancy Hanki, Alls, Tlio Abbott Uu DILton aU strongly opposed .lo continuing base ball'alter September 1, as he believes to pfiiy aKer that date would be a direct' violation ot the war depart- ment's orders.- The American league, executive is confident bEa club owners will vote unanimously to close earlier than Sec- retary Haker Clark Griffiths, manager and part owner of the, Washington Sharks Comlskcy, owner of the Chi- cago1 Americana, are the only club' dwncrH opposed (o the plan, Johnson: Said, and added that Comiskey had agreecl to cnnl Ms vote with the ma- orily. ly rfe LEONARD SUCCEEDS LEVINSKY. Discussing further the Cleveland i meeting called _Saturday to cpii-l sldcr Iho closing date of the baseball series, August Uurrnnili, clmirrliiiu M the national commission, said to- night: "Toner will not he on hand at Cle-ve- Und, In fact I takei.U for ho has rcsfgncd from (he commission Brother of Lightweight Champion Appointed Boxing Instructor. Washington, Aug. 2.-r'fhe appolril- ment of Charlie Leonard, brother of Kenny Ixsonard, as bpiing Instructor at Camp Ayer, -Mass., been announced by ur. Joseph K. Ray- croft, head of Ihe ntblcllcs division the war department on commission on training camp activities. Prior'lo hia appointmcnl Charljo Leonard assist- ed his brother-aa boxing Instructor at Camp Uplon for several months. At Cninu Oevens ho wiii succceu Bitltiiuy Levinsky who baa resigned from the training cnmp eornnilsslon to 'enter other war work. 13r. Itaycroft also announced Ihe ap- pointment of Tommy as boxing InBlructor at Camp Fuu'slon. Fred Marvel, nulcd atblele and fool- ball coach at Drown''university, has been appointed special 'assistant 'lu Dr. HaycrofL He has been detailed (or Rcrvlce at the Waslilngtont office of the training camp Cincinnati, Obto, July deci- Best White Cooks in the City AT THE TheSilverGrill Cor. Avt, A Mil M, Six Beautiful, Comfortable. DISTRIBUTORS Baalim Motor Company .Back of Union Bank. Threw Your Old Tires and Tubes in Ow Red Cross Box.