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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE Ui'TJiBRinCil-: DAILY HERALD TIIUHSOAY, AUGUST 8, 101S "BRINGING UP FATHER" i i By G. McManus WHAT 00X00 COMING HOME. AT THIS ooooh' Ne RE W.! NOW, UP AN' KEEP THJCY DSEN THtRE MEAELF- I VsfON'T SNEAK i OOT TONICHT- I HANE TO BE r-> IN THE NORNIfV- HEH. UP EARLX menls. And BO with umpires, There's Sill; O'Laughlin. for esainnlc. who admits ho has never inado a nits- DEMPSEY CAME CLOSE. TO SETTING A RECORD Featherweight Champion Eager to Bcturn to Army Service Kilbane. feather- weight champion, who was dismissed is boxing instructor at Camp Sher- man by Major General Harry C. Hale, commandant, regrets the misunder- standing that caused him apparently to disobey orders ol General Hale and declares he Is anxtous to be restored to duty. "1 did cot think I was responsible lo any one except trie war commission on training camp activities, which ap- pointed Kilbane tiad been coming to Cleveland to spend Sunday with my family ever sinceil had been at Chillicotbe. It was all right.when General Glenn was in command, and I thonght conditions were just the same "My Heart has been In my work at Camp Sherman and no one is any more sorry than I that 1 offended and brought my suspension from duty. 1 think my work has been beneficial and I want to continue." It Is believed Kilbano has an ex- cellent "chance of being reinstated at tie end of a month's vacation. .By that lime General Hale and his di- vision will hare left Chllllcothe. Kilbano was refused admittance to the camp on the ground that he hid been absent without leave. Instead of taking the matter up with General.Hale he" appealed direct to Washington. General Hale then dismissed him on the ground of insubordination and ap- pointed Tony ZiH. a Youngslown boxer as Kilbane's successor. OUR BEST "AD." IS 'NOT PRINTED You're It WEETBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK GUARANTEED. REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upstairs) RESULTS AMERICAN' Won. 63 59 Lost 41 45 4S ___ 48 .47 Cleveland Washington Xew York Chicago St. Louis Detroit Philadelphia k. Louls.'Aug. I.-ouis defeat- eii Philadelphia In- Iwo fast games, 3 to 1 and 4 to 0. Scores: .5154 .455 jjti .441 .406 to 1 an o ,vent atter ter Philadelphia ......000 100 S 1 o plavi St Louis 200 lOs-3 4 2 j ,h m lo b, Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS FOR SALE; OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W.S.Cook 308 Second Ave. G65 _.....j Tsit !s romancing Instead of igbtlng. Listen to this wall in the Calgary Herald: "According to a letter from Clonle Tail, Canadian lightweight champion. ie did not back down on.the proposed bout at Lelhbrldie, but the percentage offered was not satistucory. He claims hat on previous occasions he lost moneys by taking on'scraps .in the EonthentlcltyV when the- terms -of. the per cent, ot the gross proceeds. He asked the pro- moters to come through with a better tiey declined, and, naturally jie'champion refused-to put in an ap- pearance. Tail wishes the Lelbbridge fans to understand that he Is perfectly agree- able.'to box down there providing ar rangemenlB can be made. He Is willing to go on al a "5itlsfaclory figure, for he saja-that the Lethbndge fans are all tood sports and he wants to make a showing before them.- Tait is. In Edmonton, and will soon be back ii it is probable lhat he will box in this city before leaving for th east" As a matter ot fact Tall did receiv 35 per cent, in both bouts In which h has appeared here but as a drawln card ho was never one-two-three wit Al. .Rosa 38 a drawing card. So th local promoters refused to come up I the tigure he. demanded for a sera here stampede week and the sta wag all. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood Syslem RE-TREADING A REPAIRING Byl Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equip- 1 menLfpr Tvlnl Cut Repairs. R. D.RITCHIE 13th StiS. Opp. Ellison Mllli 4