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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETJIBR1DGK DAU.1 lUESDAY. AUGUST 0, 1318 By G. McNfahust The Sport Page Outlook for Duck-Shooting Season Prairie Chicken Increase Rapidly Hardly a month and the nimrods will be getting out their trusty weapons for the annual duck offensive. The season opens on Septenihp-r 1. According; to Senator' DaVeber, is one of the most enthusiastic T3 in this part of the country, the forepart of the duck s EO "good ES usual'owing to (he fact that the dry weather dried BAM RESULTS duck huntei not 'be EO "good up the sloughs and the breeding places in the south, sepdlug ducks north to breed. But during the southward migration of the duck family too shoot- ing TCauld be all to the merry. The big lakes arc-partly dry. so that there will to greater concentration when the couth flight does start. Shpolers are looking forward- to a good month's chicken shooting this year. The "provincial government at Us last session raised the b'a'n on "prairie chicken for one end as this game was protect- ed last year reports, that .theri has been 2 great increase in thy num- ber of birds. The dry summer haa also been faYorable for breeding, and this, loo, has helped to increase the supply. Along the foothills and the 'bunch large coveys may be started up frequently, so that hare thefr tnalngs'ln November.' Senator Deteber is waiting. He now two of the finest bird dogs in the country, a male and a whicfe cost hlnr.'a goad penny. The father of the male dogt which was raised in Indiana, is thewianer of seven championships. Bosloa........ Cleveland Vaahlngton lew York Chicago..... St. Louis Detroit Philadelphia AMERICAN Won. Lost. EASTERN -LACROSSE.' Toronto, Aug. the defeat i ol St. Catharines by the Indians at Leaside Airdrome "Saturday, 6 to 3, every toara has, a chance lor Iho _championship of the new seml-prores- sitmal Paul Jacobs was tack at rislde.home .Jar the Braves, and.ho hared the honors with SEC- result of an accidental-jam, White, in the lospital; one of hia ribs-having pierc (I'd his longhand is In i rather serious OUR BEST "AEXV IS NOT You're It WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Shop" GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP .QUICK AND SATISFACTORY -.REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. S; Cook 308 Second Ave. S.- E. E.'Pfiek -Phone 6S5 PHONE 733 FOR THE O.K. REPAIR SHOP Shoo Machinery. fir Third Ave. 61 56 4S 45 44 40 .C.fH .560 40 44 43 4S 53 5S .403 PhiladeJphia, Aug. icoie run today gave Philadelphia the final game of the series with Chicago, 5 to 2. Score: Philadelphia Chicago 10 11 1 1 Perry iud PerMiie; bach and Schalk. played yester- Boston-Cleveland, played yesterday. New YprlySt, played yester- day. NATIONAL Chicago ___." "N'ew York Pittsburg hlladelphia' incinnatl- rooklyn..... oston....... t. Louis..... The Lelhhridge ball comes to life sgafn'to-day after suspend- ing operation since stampede week. Barons .is, holding a big 1 celebration to-day and the local club motoring up this after- noon to stage a game'there this evening. Scott will pitch, with Ridpath and'Jackson on deck for relief duiy.; are being made to have Turin pfay here this week. Vulcan may also be seen in action-shortly, 2nd of course, Taber must be given a dose of re- venge. The season Isn't over yet by a. long shot. TfW It 4Jf to 2. 0. Second 1, 6, 3; Tor- calo 7, Baltfmoro 6, 11. '2; Blnghamnton 4 8, i, First I, 4, 1 ealer 2, 6. 3. Second game -Newark 1. Rochester 3, 4, 1. Itoch 8, Air is the Backbone of the Tire yours properly inflated? Drop in and let us test them for you. This is a duly you owe yourself and your tfrjes. BLJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. HOUSE OF SERVICE' Toronto, Aug. is Toronto' Civic Holiday and the r.ity fs compar atively quiet after the riotous demon strntlona at tho end. Kclurnc to the numher of several hun dred gathered at tho city hall at th o( Jlayor ai> point their cpmraltlftc, to formula! and present to tho police comralsslor era tomorrow their, grlcvanceft tbo police and-the administration the alien enemy .regulations. The will demand more: strict cnforcemen of the laltw tho dlamltaal of eral policeujen whom Ihey alleg have teen Too violent and abusive o Saturday night, There we're proSpiscls of a: fiirthe when dne.of th audience In thu aoldlers' mcbtltis'd tlined to remofC. his .hat wtie'n Ih N'aftonal Anltiem liclnj Bung. Th man and avoldc furlhcr scenes. Jnlcss Govcrmn.fcnl Steps in an WKb Will Par- ticipate Ce'veland, Ohio, Aug.' 3.--Thc Am Malhews, Eltana .Mathleu, Laura Mat- thews. Aihy iiay, May, Ken- ucth Meaner, Cervia Meggs, MeMrum, Hulh Fred JIcllou, Jlailclelne Mick -Mclnyk. F'ree- irmn Irmo Jlercer. E. More- Merrill, Qeorgc Merrill, Kdltb Metcalf, Har- old Ithodo Mlddlemlss. Viola Melhihauscn, Jlona Mllcson. Jean Mill, or, Lloyd Christine Miller. Besslo Miller, Clifford Miller, Emma .Miller .Gordon Miller, Kenneth Miller, prlnn Miller, Mary Miller. Beatrice Miller.'1 Mildred Milter, Iris Mlllignn, James Mllllgan, Katherino Mllllgan. Marlanno 'Milllgan; Xornmn Milllgan, Robert Mllllgan, Esther Mills, Kltecn Mills, Qcorge Mills, I.IIIInn Mills, Itob ert Mills, David Milne, Or ace Milne, Vat Mllvaln, Marguerite Miciuelon, Kanny Oladys Mitchell, Olen Milchell, Lorno Mitchell, Sarah Mitch ell, Mlltclaladl, Louis tilda Moftali, John ,-Moffott, Elsie Mohr, arctft Molr. John Paul Molslad, Uole.rt .Monk, Elsie Monk; man, Gladys Monroe, Enlalto Monlpell- ier, Oeorge Roy Moon, Moore, Grace, Jack Moore, Moore, Ralnh Annlo Moore- house, Josephine Moorehouse, Agnes Moran, Leo Mofet, Evelyn Morgan llussoll Morgan, AHce Morris, Clar- ence- Morris, William 5Torris, Frou Gwendolyn Morrison, Jes slo Morrison, Marlon Korrlson, Jose phino Morrlasdy, Esther Morrow Mary Morrow, Ve'ra Morrow, Irene Morton; Margaret Moseley, Morgan? Mosher, .George .Morton, Helen -Mor ton, Kaiherine Morton, Leonard Moore, Ora Moore, Sybil Moore, McKee. Donald McKenzic. Mouat, -Agnes Howard Mudi A Charles McKnney, I mani Doro.lhy.Muir. Dclbert Mullaney A cell McMnnon, alph McKnight; Mary.; Chares, McLaren; Gllv rs.ula Jlc Lakh Mfrold' Mbtiiijsfr Charlotte. McLean, McLean, dnalil McJLdan, A.'M. cLeay.' I'n mcsLeinoii Edward'' Mc- eod, EtheV Ethel B..: -Me- Jeaa McLeodi Jc'nno JkLcod, ohn-McLetxl, Laurence McLcod, Lest- r McLeort, Phyllis McLsod. Sybil Mc- eod. 'Willie McLeod, Margaret Me- iahon, Gladys McMaken, Ivan Me- Icinus, Caroll McMillan, {fazel 5fc- liilan, Waldo Mc- turty, Dorothea McNabB, Jean Me- labb, Mildred McN'abb, Wilma' Me- labb, Verna McNair, Genevleve Mc- 'amee, Grace McXeill, Hector Mc- felll. Hoy McXelll, Garnet McNIsh, McPhedrian, Alex McPhce, tcPheo, Alex McPherson, Lillian Me- hie, Catherine 'McQuaig, Uhena Me- jiuingan; MuBdck, Gladys Mliinford, Ag'nes Murphy, Muriel.Murphy, Murray, LDor- -Flora ;Murniy, James Murray, Oliver Jennie Pearl Myers.' Edna PercyMcIntfye, Gordon, May. "f.V' Emll Nagler, Sabine Nagler, Audrey Xance, Kate Nash. Sadto Nash, David Neal, Dorothy Walter Neale, Janies Nelcb; Robert -Xelson, Claude iNet- son, Thomas Nesbitt, Mattle Nesting, Alex. Nettle's, Stephanie Neumann, Elsie Noye, >Mary Nevier, Herbert Laura Nicholson, A'datn Niodzwlc.cW, Alia Nlelson. Aryln Niel- son, Bernh'ard NioJson, veta iVIelson. Joseph Nllzcr, Alfrefl' Noak, Emerson Noble, .Hoy Noble, Thelma Nobles, Chenworth Noehren, :Ruth Ndehren, FASHION CRAFT" SUITS Worth and Reduced to The special values in our suits at thfs nriccp is causing quite. a lot of comment by Our 'custom- ers. They were greatly astonish- ed at the qunlHy, fit' and work- manship that these frulta. We iatilli have -iml extensive choice :of: color and patterns -at Ibis wonderful yalue. Olive McQuillan, ;Norma Me- Bessie Nolan, Alvin weyn, Janef McTavisb, Nellie Me- Xorrtap firaesl dorian NorUi. Arthur Northgfaves, -Clare Villiam, Glair Mabee, Ian MacDonalil, pDtcr Noursi Jllzabeth JlacDonald, James Macdon- Novoliiiy, Si Thomas od.'lrma crlcan'league baseball schedule wl )e played out until Out any adjustment, antl a. world series slagerl. starling'.September or 4, It was Saturday's sp clal meoling of Utnerfcan. leagi club owners. repr Eentcd. Karly Indication lean league leaders were to clcao th Bt-ason between August'17 and 20 b the altliuile of Ilarney Dreyfui president o! lhs ['Itlabilrg Nation league club, am] repreientatlvo of ti National league on cor mission, changed Dre fuss, while clotheij with', aiilhorlly act for the league had'Ironclad I stritcilons that his league would not! be a parly !o at earlier closing than' September 2. He to make no agrcenient' for a series to begin before; thai date. I'roclclont Johnsort '..'addressed the magnatea, saying thai his interpreta- tion ,o( Kecrotary Maker's, ruling on tho "work or fitjht1' order was thai ilown befori Sep- tember 1, Alter some.'dljcusston, Ihe owners agrcerl to piit to a teal hy agreeing to cldsVlhc season on Labor and slflrlng a vorM> 'if it pefmlited by the' Dr. Ollniour.ftp'arole offlccK anil formerly warden of Iho central prison al Toronto atiK Ontario Itetof- matory at Oucliih, Is dead. Id, Jean MacDonald, .lean K. Mac tonald, Lila MccdooalU, Mary Mac- j lonaW, Teresa MacDonald, Charlotte lacfarlane, Krank Magniiuuddy, le iMacGregor, Christina 'fimes Macgrcgor, Melville MacGreg- ir, Erelyn Anna Macln- yre, William Maclntryre, Mary Mac- vor, Dorothy MacKay, Chrlsteria Mac- venzfc, James MacKenzlCt Mac- cenzie, Konnelh MacKenzte, May Mac- Robert MacKcnzte, lioiert J. lacKenile, William Mackenzie, Doug- as MacKinnon, L. Maclagan, Norman facLean, Marlon MacLcan, MacLean, Chriallac Maclrf Mildred Mac- cod, T. MacLeod, Italph -Macombcr, N'clHo Mngcc. SitV ney Magralh, Madeline Otis MahafCey, .lames Philip Mahcr, David Maccrs, .Ibscph Matn.J Voet Mal3r Harry Malo, Wilhclmlnfi Malhfot, Lyla Malmlierg, Omev (o Cliiiorriv Wilfrid Manarcy, "Alice Manes, Alice f Manning, Hazel Nell Marchant, Florence Ben Margolis, Alex. Mark, Joe" Marks, Marter, Pearl Marplo, Marquis, Marian V Douglas Marsh, Morach Marslf, Dorla ildrahall, Eunice Marshall, Eva Marsh Marshall, Harry Marjorlc Marshall, Sarah Marson, Fern ami o Martelr Elcnnore Marlcna, MayncJ Martens, fnadys Mdrtln, Martin. Theospphilla Martin, Victor Marllh. wniEam Mntllit, Ronald Marklanil, Agnes Maryon, Horghltd Massing, 01 lar Massing. Kathleen MMtcrU, Aileen ickl. I.c'ah linj -Lloyd Nowlln. Fenwlck Oakes, Eric Jean O'Brien, -IHIdur" IJlancliQ Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET HOME 'OF 'FASHION CRAFT CLOTHING AND'FLORSHEIM SHOES Olander, Richard' Oldfield, Irene O'- Le'ary, Alma Oler, Jean Oliver. Arnold Otescn, Johanna Olsen. Ruhy Olsen, Alvin, fiscal.Alma Ol- son ,Esthef Olson, Mary Olson, M1W- red Olson, Olga Olson, fiulh Olson. Walter Olson; Agnes Emily O'Hara, Bertha _ May Onis- chuk, James Osborne, Phylils'ushornc. Ola! Oserud, Edna Olteson, Sidney Ovcrbaugh, Uertha Oyen. (Balance of List later.) Do you know that the GRAHAM' MOTOR CO. can weld you! broken auto frames, and make them as strong as new ones? Not only can they weld auto flames, but all kinds A Good Meal Prepared anil served hy all while help at n REASONABLE CHARGE You have n ,lng raeal-al the TheSilverGrill Cor. 4th t 5th 'of fatrn AN EXPERT IN CHARGE OF THIS LINE OF WORK. E. A1NSWORTH, Manager Beautiful, Comfffrtable. DISTRIBUTORS Baalim Mbtor Company Back of Union Bank i- Throw Yonr Old Tirei and in Our Red Crow Bex.- ;