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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta A6E SIX THE LfmtBRlDGB HERALD AUGUST BRINGING UP FATHER By McMatoiwt f IF YOUD J LFT HEO OUT J WELL FAR X5U1L OH LOOKMERE NOSmt SEC LIKE THrV THE WAV The S tit Outlook for DuckShooting Season 4 Prairie Chicken Increase Rapidly Hardly a month and the nimrods will be getting out their trusty weapons for the annual duck The season opens on September According to Senator who is one of the most enthusiastic duck hunters in this part of the the forepart of ttie duck season not be so good as usual owing to the fact that the dry weather dried up the sloughs and the breeding places in the sending ducks north to But during the southward migration of the duck family the shoot ing would be all to the The big lakes arepartly so that there wlli tc greater concentration when the south flight does Shooters are looking forward to a good months chicken shooting this The provincial government at its last session raised the ban on prairie chicken for one and as this game was protect ed last year reporU that therj has been a great increase in the num ber of The dry summer has also been favorable for and has helped to increase the Along the foothills and the bunch grass country large coveys may be started up so that nlmrods will have their innings in is He now two of the finest bird dogs in the a male and a fe which cost him a good round The father of the male which was raised in is thewinner of seven BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Boston fil 40 Cleveland 58 44 Washington 5fi 43 New York 48 IS 45 53 Louis 15 51 Detroit 44 40 58 home run today gave Philadelphia the final game of the series with EASTERN the defeat of Catharines by the Indians at Leaslde Airdrome 6 to every team has a chance for the championship of the new semiprofes sional Paul Jacobs was back at OUR BEST IS NOT PRINTED Youre It WESTBROOK 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 665 PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Bhott and Small 817 Third nside home for the Braves and ho shared the lionore with the sec ond uefense a result of an accidental White Is now in the hospital one of his ribs having pierc ed his and is In a rather serious LOCAL MRS Philadelphia 10 1 11 1 Perry and Perkins Shellen bach and played yester played New played yester EXAMINATIONS Continued from page NATIONAL Chicago 64 New 58 Fittsburg 50 I 44 Cincinnati 42 Brooklyn 42 43 Louis 29 The Lethbridge ball team comes to life again today after suspend ing operation since stampede Barons holding a big celebration today and the local club is motoring up this after noon to stage a game there this Scott will with Ridpath and Jackson on deck for relief Arrangements are being made to have Turin play here this Vulcan may also be seen in action and of Taber must be given a dose of re The season isnt over yet by a long SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batterlee Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Hastier Shock Absorbers for Ford Phone 1023 324 11th Street Hutchlnson 33 40 45 50 51 52 55 60 saw Cin cinnati defeat Brooklyn 5 to 0 here oday and also witnessed a personal encounter before the game between arl Neale and Score 13 3 4 1 Regan and Wingo heney and beat Louis today for the second time in ive the visitors having won the other four Score 5 2 Philadelphia 8 i Doak add Gonzales Jacobs and took the last game of the series from Pittsburg today one to Score 0 5 0 Rudolph and Wilson Adams and New defeat ed New York today 5 to making it four out of five In the Score 8 1 New 8 2 Douglas and Kill for Causey and There are tricks in all even the grand old game of said John Anderson In the New York For when the play nt Andrews was held on days when there was a slight fall of snow in the late SOs many of the players could be seen taking out a small bottle of oil with This was not for but for the It all came about after a large gallery had followed An drew Kirkcaldy in one of his There was no rule that the ball could be cleared of and the players following around were surprised to find that Andras ball picked up no snow at while his opponents ball was covered frequently and on the putting green this proved Kirkcaldy won several and during all this time never told a soul of his which was final ly given to the world after he had been seen on three holes in succes sion going to his caddy and rubbing his hands on his caddys Then it came out that Andra had had his caddy put a large amount of hair oil on his and tho after run ning his fingers over the caddys would do the same over the which defy tho snow to stay It was a clever Idea and gained for Kirkcaldy a seat in the forefront seat of gblt But this was not all of Kirkcaldys On a green with a downhill facing him and its holing needed If the match were to be saved or thenoted professional would often be seen taking his putter up close to his Some said that he was superstitious and never once did they find themselvee But one day wee Ben Kirk caldys crony and quondam spoke up and said Ive got ye ye Ye wet the face o the It was Klrkcaldy had found out that by wetting the part of the club which met the ball there was less punch or rather less force Sydney Alice Edward Joseph Wilma Zella Kathleen and it was possible for him to hit with a sureness of ordinary touch rather than play over the last green with a delicate These are but two of the methods he worked out in the shop or while communing at home whereby a legitimate advan tage could be secured over an oppon Olive Lena John Fred Elsie Mary McClus Delwin Joseph Mc Charlie Alberta Irene Sarah Agnes Angus Cowen Earl Mc Cody Electa Eme llne Elizabeth Annie Mo Gordon John Wal lace Margaret Ramona Mena Bernadette Catherine Margaret Isabell Stuart Horace Mary Douglas Hazel Lillian Evelyn Mo Helen Gertrude Irene Rory Ella Mc Mildred Margaret James Frank Mc Bruce Mary Marguer ite John An nie Edith Charles Stanley Jack John Douglas Kenneth Owen laude Violet Florence Me Cameron John Emer on Samuel Elmer ylvester Donald ichard Charles ecll Charles McLaren Taula Harold McLaugh Charlotte Erjc tonald Doris Ian McLennan Edward Mc Ethel Ethel Me Jean McLeod Jennis Laurence Lest r Phyllis Sybil Mc Willie Margaret Mc Gladys Ivan Me Caroll Hazel Mc Waldo Eleanor Mc Dorothea Jean Me Mildred Wilma Mc Verna Genevlove Mc Grace Hector Me Roy Garnet lugh Alex Mary Alex Lillian Mc Catherine Rhena Me Air is the Backbone of the Tire Are yours properly inflated Drop in and let us test them for This is a duty you owe yourself and your BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE First 2 Toron to Second 3 Tor onto Baltimore 2 Binghampton First 1 Roch ester Second 4 Rochester FAIRLY QUIET Is Torontos Civic Holiday and the city is compar atively quiet after tho riotous demon of the week Returned soldiers to the number of several hun dred gathered at the city hall at tho invitation of Mayor to ap point their to formulate and present to the police commission ers tomorrow their grievaiifen against tho police and the administration of thn allou enemy Thoy will demand more strlct enforcement of the latter andthe dismissal of sev eral policemen whom they allege to have linen too violent and abusive on Saturday Thorn were prospects of a further demonstration today when one of the audience in the soldiers meeting de clined to remove Ilia hat when thfi National Anthem was being The poliri aiTcslcd man and avoided further SERIES IN SEPT Unless Government Steps in anc Will Par t id pate Ellana Laura Mat Amy Fannie Ken neth Cervla Lonelln Ruth Fred Madeleine Nick Free man Irme Mere Donald George Edith James Har old Rhoda Viola Mona Jean Mill Lloyd Christine Bessie Clifford Emma Miller Kenneth Lovina Mary Beatrice Mildred Iris James Katherino Marianne Norman Robert Esther Eileen George Lillian Rob ert David Grace Val Marguerite Fanny Gladys Glen Lome Sarah Mitch Anna Louis Ma tilda John Elsie Greta John Paul Robert Elsie Monk Gladys Eulalle Montpell George Roy Alice Grace Jack Leonard Ora Ralph Sybil Annie Moore Josephine Agnes Mo Leo Evelyn Russell Alice Clar ence William Freta Gwendolyn Jos slo Marlon Jose phine Esther Mary Vera Irene Margaret Margaret George Helen Mor Katherine Margaret Agnes Howard Mudi Dorothy Delbert Anna Gladys Guy Agnes Muriel Beatrice Dor othea Flora Jauiesi Oliver Jennie Pearl Edna Percy Emil Sabine Audrey Kate Sadie David Dorothy Walter Beatrice James Robert Bertelsen Claude Nel Thomas Mattle Stephanie Elsie Mary Herbert Laura Adam Ada Arvln Niel Bernliard Veta Joseph Alfred Emerson Roy Thelma Chenworth Ruth FASHION CRAFT SUITS Worth and Reduced to The special values In our suits at this price is causing quite a lot of comment by our custom They were greatly astonish ed at the fit and work manship arejin these We have an extensive choice of color and patterns at this wonderful 1 fi 7C VftlUd t i Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET HOMEOF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHING AND FLOR8HEIM SHOES Olive Norma MeBernadette Besaie Alvin Janet Nellie Ernest Gordon Clarence Me1 Arthur Clare Clair Ian Lucy Charles Am crlcan league baseball schedule wl be played out uniil September with out any and a world series starting September or it was at Saturdays spc clal meeting of the American Inagu club Kvery club was repre Karly Indiration was that the Ame lean league leaders were to clcso In fifiason between August 17 and 0 bu the attitude of Barney Dreyfus president of the Iittaburg Natlona league mid representative of th National league on the national com changed this Drey while rlotiied with authority to act for the league had ironclad In structions tint his league would not be a party to earlier closing than September He was also Instructed to make no agreement for a worlds aeries to begin before thut lmidfiit Johnson addressed tho faying that his Interpreta tion of Secretary Dakars ruling on tho work or fight order was that iliould i down befori Sop tiimber After some owners agreed 10 putthe situation to a test by agreeing to the season on Labor and then staring a MVS permitted by he parole and formerly wiinien of the central prison at Toronto and Ontario Refor matory ut is dead Elizabeth James Macdon Jean Jean Mac Lila Mary Mac Teresa Charlotte Frank Gal le Christina James Melville MacGreg Evelyn Anna Macln William Mary Mac Dorothy Christena Mac James Jessie Mac Kenneth May Mac Robert Robert William Dougj as Norman Marion Thomas Christina Irma Isabel Mildred Macj Ralph 1 Janet Noliie Sidj ney Madeline JVIahaf Otis James Philip j David Joseph Noel Harry Wllhelmlnu Lyla Omer i Cassie Clifford Wilfrid Alice Alice i Hazel Neil Olga Florence Ben Joe Bess Pearl Agnes Marian Douglas Morach Dorlo Eunice Eva George Harry Marjorie Sarah Fernando Eleonore Mayno Gladys Lizzie Theosophilla Victor William Mat Ronald Agnes Borghlld Ot tar Kathleen Aileen Agnes Nellie Now Leah Lloyd Fenwick Eric Jeaii Hildur Blanche Olandeci Richard Irene O Alma Vida Jean Arnold Johanna Ruby Alvin Alma Ol son Mary Mild red Olga Ruth Walter Emily Bortba May Onis James Phyllis Olar Edna Sidney Bertha Balance of List AcetyleneWelding Do you know that the GRAHAM MOTOR can weld your broken auto and make them as strong as new ones Not only can they weld auto but all kinds of farm AN EXPERT IN CHARGE OF THIS LINE OF Manager A Good Meal Prepared and served by all white help at a REASONABLE CHARGE You will always have a satisfy ing meal at the TheSilverGrill 4th A 9th The Nash DISTRIBUTORS Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank Throw Your Old and in Our Red Cross ;