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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WiGE SIX THE LET?ZBnjr*^g?AlLT HTSnALD i^RIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM anus WEl.U->/EUU- SO YOU 1 DO TH\T. bUT XOO MU^T COME. UP TO ME l-raCbE FOR DINNER TOTSICHT-too H^S/ENT ^ItH WIFE NATIONAL Boston .. .. Cleveland ... Washinstou . New York .. Detroit ____ Chloapo .... St. Louis ... Philadelphia Won. Lost. P.O. 60 37 .619 oh 43 .561 53 43 .552 4S 44 .522 4n o3 .448 4.". Bt .457 41 53 .436 3S 56 .404 Brooklyn, Aug. 1.-Coombe received brilliant support from Brooklyn and the locals defeated Cincinnati today 4 to 0. Score; Cincinnati ........000 OOO 000-0 3 2 Brooklyn ____.....101 001 10s-1 6 0 Eller, Jacobs andWingo; Coombs and Schmidt. Philadelphia, Aug. 1.-Jacobs blanked St. Louis in the first game of a double header today and won 7 to 0. Bt Louis won the second 3 to 1, In the tenth inning. The scores: St Louis .........000 000 000-^ 3 2 Philadelphia ......401 000 02x-7 8 1 Meadow.'; and Gonzales; Jacobs and Adanifi. Second game- St. Louis......000 100 000 2-3 11 2 Philadelphia ...000 100 000 0-1 0 1 Doak and Gonzales; Prondergast and Adams. New York, Aug. 1.-Chicago defeated New York here today 5 to 0. Score: Chicago ..........000 110 003-5 9 0 New York ........000 000 000-0 1 0 Vaughn and KlUlfer; Toney and McCarty. Boston, Aug. 21.-A world's record for big league baseball, of 20 innings witljout a run being scored by either team was made today by Pittsburg and Boston, Pittsburg making two rung In the twenty-first innings 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. Boston had nineteen men left on bases and played errorless ball while brilliant support saved Mayer in several Innings. The score: Plttfiburg- 000 000 000 000 000 000 002-2 12 1 Boston- 000 000 000 000 000 000 000-0 15 0 Mayor and Cooper and Schmidt; Nehf and Wilson. AMERICAN Phllndplphia .....100 100 020-4 11 0 Cleveland .......000 000 000-0 6 0 Detroit. .-\.iig. 1.-Detroit could not hit Now York today and the visitors won 7 to 0. Score: New York .......141 010 000-7 .12 1 Detroit ..........000 000 000-0 2 2 Caldwell and Walker; Hall, Bailey, Jones and Stanage. - INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark 1, 10, 4; Toronto 7, 10, 4. Buffalo 7, 7. 3; Jersey City 4. 11, 2. Baltimore G, 18, 3; Rochester 5. 6. 1. Binghampton 0, 15, 0; Syracuse 2, 6, 2. Operate 1300 Huts. The Y.M.C.A. is operating 1"00 huts in the French army and this number is to be Increased to 2000. AIRICAN HORSE OUR BEST "AD." IS NOT PRINTED You're It WESTBROOK BR03. Opposite Bank of Montreal _"The Sanitary Shop" THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. S. CooK E. E. Peek 308 Second Ave. S.-Phone 665 PHONE 733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoe*.and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. Won. Lost. P.O. Chicago..... .... 61 32 .656 New York :. .... 57 37 .606 Pittsburg .... .... 49 43 .533 Philadelphia .. ... 43 48 . .473 Cincinnati .... .. 41 49 .456 Brooklyn .... .... 41 50 .451 Boston...... .... 41 54 .432 SL Louis .. . .. 39 59 .398 wild St. Louis, Aug. 1.-Severold's throw in the eighth let in the winning run, Boston winning 2 to 1. Score. Boston ...........100 000 010-2 4 1 St. UsMis .........000 000 010-1 5 2 Huth and Mayer; Leifleld and Sev-erold. Chicago, Aug. 1.-McMuUen's home run which drove Risberg in ahead o" him, gave Chicago a 2 to 1 victory over Washington today. Score: Washington ......000 000 100-1 7 1 Chicago ..........000 000 20x-2 5 0 Matteson and Ainsmith; Russell and Schalk. Cleveland, Aug. 1.-Philadelphia won Its firit game-.' of the year In Cleveland 4 to 0, having last eight games prior to today. Score: SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 1, 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING 4. REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. Ail work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 2913 13th St. 8. Opp. Ellison Mills Gain of 62 Seconds in Rate Speed for Mile Mark 100-Year Progress of Captures Seven First in First Week of Racing at Nortli Randall Ohio The trotting horse is an American The returns for the first grand circuit mooting at North Randall, Ohio, show that Thomas W. Murphy has tho best average etable of his career. During the week ho started 14 horses and won with Miss Harris M. in 2.02Vi, the fastest heat of tho year; Chilcoot. The Problem, which he hold over since IIG, Dark Flower, Directum J, Selah Baird and the Silike goUling Dagastan. Three of the horses that Walter Cox trained over the snow banks at Dover, N.H., last winter, caino tiirough as winners, while Lu Prince-E9n also served notice on all prospect- I ive free-for-allers that he is ready for the fray by winning in 2.03Vi and repeating Jn 2.05U. A Game of Chance also won a brilliant race In 2.0314. while Peter Vonia gathered In one of the 3-year-old events. Bon White, who wintered at Thomaaville, Ga., paraded a wonderful pair of 2-year-olds in Periscope, with which he won in 2.10%, and Brusiloff, which finished second to her, with Geers In the sulky. As he has a small stable Geers was not very much in tho limelight at North Randall, but on the last day he won a product Kngland developed the .dever race with "Knap" McCarthy's thoroughbred, France tho Percherou, and Russia tho Orloft, all of which old standby, June Red, In 2.07U. Mamie Locke was Valentine's only win are typical of the nations in which i ^er during the week, although ho war, 1 they originated but none of them the money witli Hal H., Flo Stately, I can compare with the American trot- yi,y Rosalind Parr, The Toddler and ' ter in the matter of utility, from Baxter Lou. Mc.Mahon also made his ' the battle front to the plov, or from the race track to a heavy vehicle. At the beginning of the second century of light harnesfl racing, it is well to stop and take a glance backward over the field that has been traversed by those who laid the foundation of the breed in a new country and assisted in reducing the record from three minutes, made by Bo.ston Blue under the saddle on the Jamaica turnpike on Long Island in ISIS, to Uhlan's 1.58 to harness at Lexington, Ky., in 1912. A gain of 62 seconds in the rate of speed for a mile marks the progress made in iOO years and it is very doubtful it these figures will be reduced eight seconds in the next century. Traces Back to Messenger. The trotter as a breed traces to the English horse Jlessengor. He landed in Philadelphia in 1788 and died at Long Island in ISOS, after male-i ing 20 stud seasons in Pennsylvania, j New York and New Jersey. He was, ! during that period, mated with a few j thorouslibred mares, but the majority I oC those bred to him were descended i from the Dutch horses which were I brouglit from Holland by tho founders ; ot .Now Amsterdam and whicli in the century tliat elapsed prior to Ills arrival spread over the states where iie /was located as well us .\'uw lingland. Justin .Morgan, the founder family which bears hi.s of the presence felt by winning with Hal Boy | Belle Alcantara and Miss Perfection. The splendid race won by Binland in 2.05% was one of the outstanding features ot the North Randall meeting, and as he was bred in Ohio the victory was very popular. Tho mistake Wilkes Brewer made in the third heat of tlie Oliin stake also 'gave Blanch Carter an opportunity to make good anil win in time that he could almost malie on a two-lap track. The remarkable showing o� tho get of Peter the Great was a feature at this grand circuit meeting, as it has been at so many in Ohio this year. Of the v.'inner.s Hollyrood Bob, Miss Harris M., Potor Vonia and Dark Flower are by him, while of the placed horses Peter Look, Brusiloff, Chestnut Peter, Brother Peter, Czar Peter and Pele Lafayette appear in his list of performers. The Kentucky futurity winner, Siliko, also had only two starters al tlio meeting. They were Periscoix'. l'.10->.1, and Dagastan, 2.17''?.i, and both ot them were winners. LOTHING LEAN UP About 150 High-Grade Fashion Craft Suits Very Much Reduced If you have yet to learn the satisfaction of a Fashion Craft suit, here is an opportunity to do SO at a big saving. Little or none of the 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 coming 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 $25, $28 and $30 Reduced to Materials and patterns all that could be desired. LOUIS KEEL 318 FIFTH STREET. HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND TKE FLORSHEIM SHOE. I i I i I I I I BASEBALL FOTURE HANGS IN BALANCE Meeting Tomorrow Will Decide VVIiat Major Leagues Will Do Because of tlio .\merican Red Cross tho Young .MfMi'..; Christian Association, and othor allied bodies doing war work in I'rance are unabio to obtain a sufiiciont n\imber of women worlters, tiie I'.S. v.-ar department pro- I Central Repair Shop ALU KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY ANP CAREFULLY. Hauler $h9ck Absprbeps Ford Can. for Phone 1023 3S4 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alta. W, H. Dowllnoi J. T. Hutohlnton , hlbitiou aj?ain.Tt. granting passports to ,,,,v, , . I relatives of officer.^ and mon of the doubt traces to the same source. This ' Five to Eight Thousand Miles and never off th? rim. Some record for a fabric tire. Of course, it was a Michelin. Betfer try one. BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" was the strain that put the trotting gate in tlie American horse. Juflt as a Dutch mare, wiieu mated with Polkan, produced Carss, the pregonltor ot tho Orloft lu Russia. Gave Breed Stamina, It would be absurd to admit that .Me.1Uod and Ublau- Chicago, July 31.-President Ban Jolinson, of tho American league, tonight called a special mooting of ih.? organization to bo held in Clovo-land Saturday definitely to decide on the proposed early closing of tlic season and llie staging of tlie world's series prior to September 1, in compliance to Secretary Baker's "work or fight" order. There also will bo a special nier.ttng a'- tho national baseball commission in Cleveland at tho same time. Prof.Ulnnt .Tobnson said he was strongly opjiosed ^to continuing liase-ball after Scptenibor 1, as ho believes to play after tliat date would be a direct violation of the war department's ordcrfi. The American league executive is confident his cIuIj owners will vote unanimously to close earlier than Sfic-rotary Baker stijiulaled. Clark Griffiths, manager and part owner of tlie Washington club, and Cliarles (Jomi.Hkey, owner ot tlie Chicago .Vmoricans, are tho only club owners opposed to tho plan, Johnson said, and added that Comiakey liad agreed to cafit his vote with the majority. slon on how and when to end tho baseball season Cor the two major leagues will be reached Saturday at Cleveland. At the rofiuest at Ban Johnson, Chairman Iforrniann called the meeting of the baseball commission for 11 o'clock Saturday morning at Cleveland. llerrmaii also wired invitations to the owners of the clubs of the National and American leagues to attend. He said, inilicallons are that practically all club owners will be at tho meeting. John Toner, president ot tho National league, in a telephone conversation from New York with Horr-man, said that lie would not attend tlic meeting as ho had decided not to attend any more'nessions of the National Commission. This, it is understood, Is ifi line witli his declaration several woeltfl ago that lie would not sit witli Johnson in any baseball mat-tors, followini; the dispute over the Pitcher Perry case. Chairman Hurrmaii said that at the Cleveland mroting tho (luostion of wlion to close tlie major leagues' season and also the tiuestion of liold-ing a world's sories will bo definlle-ly decided.' and will not act with that body In the future." Mr. Herrman stated tonight that in his opinion the regular playing sea.snn of tho National league would end on Labor day, and the world's series would take place early in September. LEONARD SUCCEEDS LEVINSKY, Brother of Lightweight Champion Appointed Boxing Instructor. Biscussing further the Cleveland, meeting called for Saturday to con-! slder the closing date of tlui baseball j series, Aii;jiist Herrman, (huirmjin of tho national commission, said tonight: "Toner will not bo on hand at Cleveland, lu fact 1 lake It for granted that lie has resigned from tho commission Washington, .Aug. 2.-The appointment of Charlie Leonard, brother ot Heniiy i.,conard, as boxing iiiatructor at t'amp Devens, Ayer, Mass., has been announced by Ur. Josoph K. Ray-croft, head of the athletics division ot the war dopartmont on commission on training camp activities. Prior to liia appointment Charlie Leonard assisted his brother as boxing inetructor at Camp Upton for ."levoral montlis. At (.:amp Devens ho will succeed Battling Lovinsky who has resigned from tho training camp commission to enter other war work. - IJr. Haycroft also announced the ap-polntniont of Tommy Dixon as boxing instructor at Camp Funston. Fred Marvol, noted athlete and fool-ball coach at Brown university, has boon appointed apodal assistant to Ur. Raycrott. He has been detailed for service at tho Wnshlngtoni office ot tlio training camp commission. Glnclnnall, Ohio, July 31.-A decl- Best White Cooks in the City AT THE TheSilverGrili Cor. 4tli Ave. A Mh 61 he Nash Beautiful, Comfortable. DISTRIBUTORS Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank Throw Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Gross ^ Box. (I 986923 ;