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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX rrlE LFTIIBRIDGR DMiSX f^IERALD rUESDAY. AUGUST 6, l(?i8 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManusl The Sport Page Outlook for Duck-Shooting Season �-C'- ->- --J- Prairie Chicken Increase Rapidly Hardly a month and tho nimrods will be getting out their trusty weapons (or the annual duck offensive. The season opens on September I. According to Senator DoVeber. ^vho ia ono of the most enthusiastic duck hunters in this part of Che country, the forepart of the duck season �will not be so good as usual owing to the tact that the dry weather dried up tho sloughs and the breeding places In the south, sending ducks north to breed. But during tho southward migration of the duck family tho shooting would be all to the merry. Tho big lakes are-partly dry, so that there will Lc greater concentration when the eouth flight does start. Shooters are looking forward to a good month's chicken shooting this year. The provincial government at its last session raised the ban on prairie chicken for ono month-November, and as thiy game was protected last year reports that iher> has been e great increase in th'.' number of birds. The dry summer has also been favorable for breeding, and this, too, has helped to increase the supply. Along the foothills and the bunch grass counto' large coveys may be started up frequently, so that nlrarods will have their innings In November.'Senator Dc\eber is waiting. He now owns two ot the finest bird dogs in the country, a male and a female, which cost him a good round penny. The father of the male dog, which was raised in Indiana, is thewinner of seven championships. BASE6A RESULTS AMERICAN Won. Lost. B.C. ! Boston ........ ... fil 4(1 .co-i � Cleveland ..... TiS 44 Washington ... ... at! 4:! New York .... ... -IS ts .r.on 1 Chicago..... .. 45 53 .459 ; St. Louis ..... .4.'.',t ! Detroit ....... ...' 44 .tin ! Phila.lel|)hia .. . ... 40 oS .408 1 EASTERN LACROSSE. Toronto, Aug. 5.-With the defeat ot St. Catharines by the Indians at Leaside Airdrome Saturday, fi to \',, every team has a chance for the championship of tho new semi-pro'os-Bional O.L.A. Paul Jacobs was back at OUR BEST "AD." IS NOT PRINTED You're It WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" inside home for the Braves and ho .sharpd the honors with White, the sec ond defense player. As a result ot an accidental jam. White is now in tho hospital, ono of his ribs having pierced his lung, and is ia a rather serious condition. Philadelphia, Aug. 5.-Dugan's [ home run today gave Philadelphia the j final game of tlio series with Chicago. 5 to 2. Score: Philadcliihia .. . ;00,.000.000-10 1 Chicago......llO.OOO.OOy-2 11 1 Perry and Perkins; Benz, ShcUen-bach and Sehalk. Washington-Detroit, played yesterday. Boston-Cleveland, played yesterday. Now York-Sl. Louis, played yesterday. NATIONAL LOCAL MRS T THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. 8. Cook E. E. Peck 308 Second Ave. S.-'Phone 665 The Lethbridge ball team comes to life again to-day after suspending operation since stampede week. Barons is holding a big celebration to-day and the local club is motoring up this afternoon to stage a game there this evening. Scott will pitch, with Ridpath and Jackson on deck for relief duty. Arrangements are being made to have Turin play here this week. Vulcan may also be seen in action shortly, and of course, Taber must be given a dose of revenge. The season Isn't over yet by a long shot. PHONE 733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Smalt Machinery. 817 Third Ave. SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Hauler Shock Absdrbers for Ford Cart. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbridge, Alta. W. H. Dowllng, J. T. Hutchinson Chicago ____ "New Vork . Pittsbu.-g .. Philadelphia Cincinnati .. Brooklyn ... Boston ____ St. Loui.s ... Won. Lost. P.C. 64 MO 5S 40 .50;! .".0 45 .526 44 r.0 .468 42 51 .432 52 -.447 4;! 55 AZO 20 60 .326 Brooklyn, Aug. 5.-Fans saw Cincinnati defeat Brooklyn 5 to 0 here today and also witnessed a personal encounter before the game between Earl Neale and Lee. Magee. Score: Cincinnati.....011,001.101-5 13 3 Brooklyn...... 000.000,000-0 4 1 Regan and Wingo; Robertson, Cheney and Archer. Philadelphia. Aug. 5,-Jacobs beat St. Louis today for the second time in five days, the visitors having won the other four games. Score: St. Louis...... 100,000,000-1 5 2 Philadelphia . .. 000,300,00x-3 S i Doak add Gonzales; Jacobs and Adams. Boston, Aug. 5.-Boston took the last game of the series from Pittsburg today one to �Violhiug. Score: Boston....... 000,000,001-1 fi 0 Pittsburg...... 000,000,000-0 5 0 Rudolph and Wilson; Adams and Schmidt. New York, Aug. 5.-Chicago defeated New York today 5 to 3, making it four out of five in the series. Score: Chicago...... 000,000,050-.'j 8 1 New York..... 200,010,000-3 8 2 Vauglin, Carter, Douglas and Killi-ter; Toney, Causey and McCarty. "There are tricks in al! games, oyen tlio grand old gnnio of golf." said John A. .Vndcrson in tho New York Sun. "i'''or instance, when tlie play at St. .\iidrew3 was held on day.-? when there wa.s a .slight fall of .snow in tho lato 'SO's many of tho players could be .�seen taking out a small bottle ot oil witii them. This was not for shoos. l)ut for the ball. It all came about after a large gallery had followed An-d'-ow Kirkcaldy in one of liis matches. There was no rule tliat the bail could bo cleared of snow, and the players following around were surprised to find that Andra's hall picked up ixo snow at all. wliile his opponent's ball was covered frequently and on the putting green this proved fatal. �Kirkcaldy won several contests, and 'luring all tliis time never told a soul of his method, which was finally iiivcn to the world after he had been .seen on thrse holes in succession going to his caddy and rubbing his hands on his caddy's head. Then it came out that Andra had had his caddy put a largo amount of hair oil on his locks, and tho pro., after running his fingers over tlio caddy's iiead. would do the .same over tlie ball, which would defy tho snow to stay on. It was a clever idea and gained for Kirkcaldy a seat in the fore-front seat of goI� schemers. "But tiiiti was not all of Kirkcaldy's tricks. On a sun-burned green with a downhill facing him and its holing needed if the match were to be saved or won, the noted professional would often 1)0 seen taking his putter up close to his lip.s. Some said that he was superstitious and never once did they find tlicmaelves contradicted. But one day wee Ben Sayers, Kirkcaldy's crony and quondam opponent, spoke up and said 'I've got yo now, ye limmer. Ye wet the face o' the club.' "It was true. Kirkcaid'y had found out that by wetting the part of tho club which met the ball there was less punch given, or rather less force applied, and it was possible for him to hit with a sureness of ordinary touch rather than play over the last green with a delicate stroke. These are but two of the methods ho worked out in the shop or while communing at home whereby a legitimate advantage could be secured over an opponent." (Continued from page 4.) 10 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE First game-Buffalo 1, 8, 2; Toronto 2, 7, 0. Second game-Buffalo 1, 6, 3; Toronto 7, 13, 1. Baltimore 6, 11, 2; BInghampton 4, 9, 2. First game-Newark 1, 4, 1; Rochester 2, G, 3. Second game-.Newark 1, 8, 4; Rochester 3, 4, 1. is the Backbone of the Tire Are yours properly inflated? Drop in and let us test them for you. This is a duty you owe yourself and your tires. BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" GO FAIRLY Qli Toronto, Aug. X>.-This is Toronto's Civic Holiday and tlie city is comparatively (luiet after tlio riotous demonstrations ot tho week end. Iteiurne of Uamoy Dreyfuss, president of the IMltsburg National leaguo cliil). and repro6entatlvo of tho National leiiKni; on tho national com-iniasloJi, chaiii^cd Mils ai�l'ect. Dreyfuss, while cloiiicii wit,h authority lo act for tho IciiKiio had ironclad In-HtnicilauR th:n lil.i league would not lie a parly lo ai; t!arllGr closing than !-',('im;mher 2. lU; was also Instructed to make no :igr('cmont for a world's aeries lo liegln hnforo that date. l'i-(>^;: Dr. J.' T. (lilnidiii:,''' parolo oftlcisr, and formerly wanftju of the central prison at 'I'oionlo and Ontario Iletor-matory iil Cluclph, 1b dead. McCallum. Sydney II. McCargor, Alice McCarthy, Edward McCarthy, Joseph .McCarthy, Wilma McCnrly, Zella McCarty, Kathleen McCaslln, Olive Lena McCastle, John McCnstln, Fred McCauley, Klslo :\Iary McClus-key, Delwin .McConnoil, Joseph .Mc-Cook, Charlie McCrackon, Alberta JIcCuo, Irene McCuo, .Mac McCuo, Sarah McCuc, Agnes McCune, Angus Cowen J. McDonald. Carroll Earl McDonald, Cody McDonald. Electa Enic-llno McDonald, Elizabeth .\nnle McDonald, Gordon .McDonald, John Wallace McDonald, Margaret .McDonald, Hamona .Mena McDonald, Bornadette .McDougall. Catherine .McDougnll, -Margaret Isabell .McDougall. Stuart MacDougall, Horace -McElray, .Mary .M. .McFadden, Douglas McFarlano. Hazel Lillian .McFarlane, Evelyn -Mc-C.eo, Helen Gertrude McGee, Irene L. McGeo, Uory McGillivray, Ella .Mc-Goldrick, .Mildred McGregor, .Margaret -McGuire, .lames .Mclnall, Frank A. Mc-indoe, Bruce .Mcintosh, Mary .Marguerite .�\lcIntosh, John W. Mcintyre. An-nio Edith .McKay. Charles Stanley McKay, Jack McKa.v, John Douglas McKay, Kenneth Owen "McKay, Maude .McKay, Violet Florence .Mc-Keag, Cameron .McKee. John Emerson -McKce. Samuel Elmer McKoo. Sylvester .McKoc, Donald McKenzie, Richard McKcnsie, Charles McKinnoy, Cecil McKinnon, .Mary .McKlnuon, Ralph McKnight, ChurloB McLaren, Ursula .McLatchlie, Harold McLaugh' lin. Charlotte JIcLcan, Eric McLean., Ronald McLean, A. .M. McLeavy, Doris , McLoay,' Ian McLennan Edward Mc-Leod, Ethel McLto.d, Ethel K. Mc-Lood, Jean .McLeod, Jennij McLeod, John McLeod, Laurence McLeod, Lester McLeod, Phyllis McLeod, Sybil McLeod, Willie .McLeod, Margaret Mc-Jluhon, Gladys .McMakcn, Ivan iMc-Manns, Caroll McMillan, Hazel McMillan, Waldo McMillan, Eleanor Mc-Murty, Dorothea McNabb, Jean Mc-Nabb, Mildred McNabb, Wilma McNabb, Vorna McNair, Genoviove Mc-Namee, Grace .McNeill, Hector McNeill, Roy McNeill, Garnet JIcNIsh, Hugh McPhedrian, Alex McPhee, Mary -McPheo, Ale.x McPhorson, Lillian Mc-Phlo, Catherine McQuaig, Rhena McQueen, Olive McQuillan, Norma iMc-! Sweyn, Janet McTavish, Nellie Mc-' Vey, Clarence McWilliaius, John-Mc-j V/llliam. Clair Mabee, Ian MacDonuld, i Elizabeth iMacDonald, James Macdon-1 aid, Jean MacDonald, Jean K. Mac-Donald, Llla Macdonald, Mary Mac-Donald, Teresa MacDonald, Charlotte Mactarlane, Frank Magillicuddy, Cal-lle MacGrogor, Christina Macgregor, James Macgregor, Melvlllo MacGrogor, Evelyn Macintosh, Anna Macln-tyro, William Maclntryre, Mary Mac-Ivor, Dorothy MacKay, Christenn Slac-Konzlo, James MacKenzio, Jesslo Mackenzie, Kenneth MacKenzie, May MacKenzio. Robert MacKenzie, Robert J, j MacKcnzle, William Mackenzie, Doug-| las MacKinnon, L. Maolsgan, Norman! MacLean, Marlon MacLean, Thomas j MacLean, Christina MacLeod,'Irnia ] Macleod, Isabel Macleod, Mildred Mac-| leod, T. MacLeod, Ralph Maconihor,! Janet MacTaggart, .Nellie Magec, Sid-j ney Magrath, Mudollne JMnhafoy^; Otis Maluiffey, James Mahaffy, Philip, Muher, David Maeers, Joseph Main,! Nool .Mala, Harry i\Ia!o, Wllhelminu! Malhlot, Lyla .Malmherg, Omor Malo, | Casslo -Maloney, Clifford Hanarey,' Wilfrid Manaroy, Alice Mivnos, AUco i Manning, Hazel Manuel, Nell Manuel,! Olga Marchant, Florence Margach, Bon Margolls, Alex. Mark, Joe Marks, Bess Marler, Pearl Marple, Agnos Marquis, Marian Marsdon, Douglas Mar.sli, .Morach Marali, Doria Marshall, Eunice Marshall, Eva Marshall, George Marshall, Harry Marshall, Marjorle Marshall, Sarah Marson, Pernande Martel, Eleonore Martens, Mayno Martens, Gladys Martin, Lizzie Martini Thoosophllla Martin, Victor Martin, William Mai tin, Ronald Markland, Agnea .Maryon, Borghlld MaHsing, Ol-tar Mnsfilng, Kathleen Mastortz, Ailoen Mathews, Ellann Mathioil, Laura Matthews, Amy May, Fanuio May, Kenneth Meager, Cerviii Moggs, Lonella Mcldrum, Ruvh Molloh, Fred .Mellon, Madeleine Molnyk, Nick Melnyk, Freeman Mercer, Irme Mercer, E. Meredith. Donald Merrill, George Mcrritt, Edith Messenger, James Mel calf, Harold Meyer, Rhoda Mtddlomlss, Viola Aleihlhuuaon. Mona Mlleson, Jean Sllll-ar, Lloyd Millar,' Christine Miller. Besalo Miller, Clifford Miller, iOmmu Miller ,Gordon Miller, Kcniioth Miller, Lovina Miller, Mary Miller, Beatrice Miller, Mildred Miller, Iris MlUlgun, James IMIlllgan, Katherino MlUlgun, Marianne MlUlgnn, Norman Milllgan. Robert Milllgan, Esther Mills, Eileen Mills, Gcorgo Mills, Lillian iMIlls, Robert -Mills, David Milne, Grace Miliic, Val Mllvain, Marguerite Mitiuelon, Fanny Mitchell, Gladys .Mitchell, Glen Mitchell, Lorno Mitchell, Sarah Mitch-oil. Anna MiltelBtadt, LouIb Mix, Ma tilda Moffatt, John Moffatt, Elslo Mohr, Greta Moir, John Molofoo, Paul Molstad, Robert Monk, Elsie Monk; man, Gladys Monroe, Enlnlle iMontpell-ler, George .Moody, Uoy :Moon, Alice Jloore, Grace Mooro, Jack -'Nloore, I,eonard Moore, Ora Jloore, Ralph Moore, Sybil Moore, Annie Moore-1 house, Josephine Moorehouse, Agnes Moran. Leo Moret, Evelyn Morgan, Russell Morgan, Alice Morris, Clar-onco Morris, William Morrl.s, Frota Morrison, Gwendolyn Jlorrison, Jca-slo Morrison, Marlon Rovrison, Jose-, phino Morrlssoy, E�thor .Morrow, Mnry Morrow, Vera Morrow, Irene Morton, Mnrgarot Mosoloy, Margaret Mosher, George Morton, Helen .Morton, Kathcrlne Morton, Margaret Mouat, Agnes McVold, Howard .Mudi-man, Dorothy Mulr, Dolbert Mulluney, Anna -Mulligan, Gladys Mumford, Guy Murdock, Agnea Murphy, Muriel Murphy, Beatrice Alnrray, Dor-] othea Murray, Flora Murray, Jamos i Murray, Oliver .Murray, Jennie Mus ! grove. Pearl Myers, Edna Myrtliu, Percy Jlclntryo, Gordon, May. Emil Naglor, Sabine Naglor, Audrey Nance, Kate Nash. Sadfo .Vash, David Neal, Dorothy Neal, Walter Nealc, Boatrice Nell, James Nelch, Robert NellcB, Bortelsen Nelson, Claude Nel-.son, Thomas Nosbitt, Mattle Nesting, Alex. Nettles, Stephanie Neumann, Elsie Neve, Mary Nevler, Herbert .Nicholson, Laura Nicholson, A'dam Niodzwiecki, Ada Nlolson, Arvln Nlel-son, Bernliard Nlolson, Veta NIelson, Joseph Nltzer, Alfred Noak, fJmerson Noble, Roy Noble, Thelnia Nobles, Chcnworth Noehren, Huth Noehren, Bernadotte Nolan, Bessio Nolan, Alvln Norrls, Ernest Norris, Gordon North, Arthur Northgravcs, Clare Norton, Peter Noullet, Lucy Nourse, Charles Novak, Agnes Novotney, Nellie Now-ickl, Leah NowUn, Lloyd Nowlln. Fonwick Ookes, Eric Oapahott, .Teau O'Brien, HlUIur Ocklund, Blanche $1875 "FASHION CRAFT" SUITS Worth $25, $28 and $30 Reduced to The special values In our suits at this price is causing quite a lot of comment by our customers. They were greatly astonished at the quality, tit and workmanship that ar6_ in those suits. Wo still have an extensive choice of color and patterns at this wonderful