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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f PAGE SIX THE LETH'BRIDGE DAILY HERAIJJ TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1918 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus QUTOU.-ER-, HAVEN'T. The It How Dempsey "Kayoed" Fulton Dempsey Would Beat Jess Willard he shorter man's arm lo keep m from hitting. A little pawing, and ut of the'tangle .of arms Dempsey's ft curved suddenly upwards, his fist rlking just in front of Fultou's ear. he blow, which traveled only about a oL drove Fulton's head far back and Palace Garage 'SECOND CARS FOR SALE. 'OPEN DAY AND NIQHT E.E.Peck J308 Second Ave. ess SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor x All 'Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 1 7th Street 6. Phone 61ft AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Hajwooa System RE-TREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen, All work guaranteed. Special Equip- ment for nlm Cot Repalra. HD. RITCHIE 20S Uth SL S. Opp. Elliion Millt RESULTS AMERICAN Won C3' Boston Cleveland C2 47 Washington 59 46 New York ad 51 Chicago SO D.I St. Louis.......... -IS 50 Detroit........... 47 59 Philadelphia 42 62 .591 .570 .416 .462 .404 Boston. Aug. York clean- ed up the Boston scries today In three straights, winning loday.2 to 1. Score? Xew York-. Boston rred him. To led arc-li tot ild being caught again Fulton ;eep at long range, and tncX- i away to the ropes. Dempsey, wiih- ut wasting a stop, pivoted and fol- awed him. Fulton managed lo hold empsex's arms an instant, while he put and hbsan to back across e ring toward his own comer. No'.Wittt of Step or Blow Pivoting again, with no lost motion- Jempsey followed Fulton with Inree r tour steps; steps that.kept liim within hiltins .range, although he idn't seem to be In any hurry. Dempsey has a "trick ol -'-'sauting' hat'is some.wbat like .that he Ipcsn't reverse his footing, hut merc- y'llrops liis left shoulder Mck Iieyond he rijbt, and. then puts the pivoting wine of hts .whole body into, a two- Dropping Robinson and Walters; Ruth and Mayer.' Cleveland. ev eued up the series.with win ning today's game 11 to 2. Score: Chicago 4 0 3 '1 Ottawa, Aug. connection with the decision to send a Canadian Expeditionary Force to Siberia It is pointed out by tbose familiar with the situation In that portion of the- Rus- sian, empire-where resistance to the aims ot the Central PoSvers Is being continued that should tho designs of the' Central Powers be realized, Si- beria with .Its .coast, and important railway system would tall under, Ger- man control. Canada has an extensive Paclfio ist lin 000.100.0W- 2 Cleveland 14 6 Mitchell, Danfortb and Schalk; Morton and O'Neill. Philadelphia, Aug. in the ninth inning- stopped the game be- tween Philadelphia and Washington today with tbe score lied 1 to 1. Score: Washington Philadelphia. Matteson, Aves'- and Ainsmitli; Johnson and McAyoy. No others played. NATIONAL Lost. that left sho-ildor back, Dempsey drove his-left first .into Ful- on's body. It was a tremendous Wow, and Fulton caved in at {he waist. In- stantly Deinpsey whipped the satie land "up to Fulton's head, knocking him over sideways, arid "tinicker ihana. flash ot'iight shot his right straight across little more-than a foot Fulton's jaw. Fultb'n-fclV completely inocked out, "struck, in a sitting position, neck against the 'ropes, aud went on unlil he lay flnt on his derblades. For an instant, not realizing the terrific impact of that short I thought Fnlton would set up. I could have-reached out, from where I sal, and touched him. I saw .lis faco twist Hli instinctive effort as he rolled from side to side, struggling lo rise. But he seemed to be nailed to.the floor. Afterward In his dressing room Fulton told Tei O'Ronrke this: "I never got such: a'punch before in my life. 1 felt tbe blow and know I was down, but my head was whirling so fast I couldn't get up. I didn't even know which tray was up." In Dempsey's dressing room 1 ask; ed Dempsey his version of the knock- out. I beat him with a left in the he said. "When I saw him cave in.l hit him on the jaw with my left, and ?.-hsn T gaw iiic heat! fly my right 1 met him with a short straight right to the jaw.' That was all." Chicago York Pittsburg Philadelphia Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston St. 67 61 55 4'G 47 "45 46 '31 37 43 47 03 '.53 57 Go .687" .465 .461 .447 '.323 Chicago, Aug. easily. defeated Chicago" lo 1, Score: Pittsburg Chicago 17 1 ,7 Coast line and an interest m the de- velopment of the Far Eastl'-It fol- lows that she Is deeply concerned In a movement which Vill settle lure government of so important a portion of Ihe coast of tho "ocean of .lie future." s Siberia in soil, climate and agricul- tural capabilities is remarkably like Iho prairia provinces of. Canada. It is thinly populated at present but is being rapidly colonized and is des- tined before many years to become ex-, ceedingly productive as It has a great railway system which connects West- ern Europe-with the Pacific Ocean, there is sure to develop'an enormous trade, which will profoundly affect the commercial development( of the Pacific. If Germany gets in control of this region and organizes its trade this future .Is believed ere, will proceed on lines hostile o this country." On the t Russia is helped to become a free ountry Canada can look forward to. a egltimatc share in this future trade 'here also would be military danger bo apprehended from the -cstab ishment of a country under German control and, organization upon the cific. I Germany establish her con and hid assistants, and as a .keen sense- of shamu that tlielr country has uol submitted to equaHty -of sacrifice. It says that al- most every assertion of the Dublin message was a distortion or misrepre- sentation of historical facts. Ulstermeu, forming the chief indus- trial community, are as devoted to democratic freedom' as their forefa- thers, -who supported the American war for Indcucncleiice, the statement continues, "and It argues lhat-tho ex- perience of a1 century has convinced them that tiie Irish people could not ehjdy more complete liherly than un- der tbe present union with GreM Hri- lain. It-denies that Ireland's status te any, parallel of'small nations op- pressed1 by alien rule, and says Home Rule would have been settled In It the Nationalists had not opposed self-determination for Ulster. Most of the active opponents of conscripti9n are men who were twice delected during the war in treasonable traffic with the enemy, the message declares. "Their most powerful port has been the ecclesiastical have not scrupled to employ the wea- "ons of. spiritual which sewhero In the civilized .world have lien out. of political use since tho Iddle ages." The inesEage ends with an cxpres- on of regret that the re-1 so to lay 'aside domestic disputes- put forth the whole strength ot the ountry against Germany. "Fashion Craft" Suits REDUCED TO CLEAR AT Hill and Schmidt; jMartin, Hendris, Xapier and O'Farrell.'. St. Loins. Aug.; SI. Louis de- fealed Cincinnati today 3 to 1. Score: Cincinn'ali St. Louis 3. Central Repair Shop ALL KtNDS'OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY -AND CAREFULLY. Storage, Accessories. Batttriei. Phone 1023 324 11th South, Alts. W. H. Dowling 7 3 7 3 and Schneider anil, Wlngo; Tuero Gorizales. 'I Boston-New York, rain. Philadelphia-Brooklyn, rain. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE First Buffalo" 4, Toronto 1, 10, 2. (11 Buffalo 0, 4, 1; Tor onto 3, 6, 1. (6 No others roi.ovcr Siberia as she Is planning to do.' the war would he appreciably pro onged by the supplies she would fiii Daily, Maii.'and the same note is where: Eveti.If Gsneral LudemlorC cannot regain llie offensive.this yea'r.J ho can, it Is put up a stubborn defense, it ii held; it behooves the allies to go eace- .lhat .there' 'arj' stiirdirflciiltles to On the whole, however, the situation. Is" regarded as exlfemely favorable.' for-.the- allies. ;.H Daily News BBJB that the allied Nevertheless a'warning Is again, rals-.j progress continues ID exceed eyeryr ed "against ovGT-conrirJence. and exag- reasonable hope and that tne geratcd rumorsT- It is recalled that month holds changing General Mangin on the M ante turned Ulie'ilate of the end of th'e war. Grassy address BigneU by Sir Kdward Car- __ r. ti son. head of the war aims committee REMEMBER, IF YOU DONT MAKE USE OF OUR SUPERIOR SERVICE YOU WILL HAVE NO ONE TO BLAME BUT YOURSELF. Surprise Sprung at I.omond When They Trimmed Pro- fessionals by 3-1 Score Want Game Guardian Appointed JJany complaints are coming in trom the Grassy Lake district that .irre- sponsible iuinlers are killing oft duetts and chicken before the openiTiE of the season. Application- has been made the appointment of a game guard- ian lo put an, such-practices. The duck season opens on Ijsbor Das', Monday, Sepl. 2. Tho chicken sea- ion opens on Nov. 1'for'one month only. Recent reports from all parts of the Lomond, Aug. program of south country are that the lakes arc i '-...i -warining wllh BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" sports at the.fetr __ horse racing both days. chickens are again On the first day the Baasano and Lo-1 large numbers, mond baseball teams staged a thrill-1 Ing 14 Inning battle In which Ihe Fas-j rf sano.boys nosed out the locals by one 4 tally, the score being 12-H. 4 Lefty Lang started off In the bci for Ihe locals and was batted for II runs 4 In the first Inning. Doc Jon6s then took the box and held the "dam site" boys down until the unlucky four- when a base on baljs and tfe. found .In triple gave Baasano the wifmlng run. One of the biggest .surprise'siof..the exhibition was when the Lomond base- ball team defeated the professional Vulcan team Gey. Tbe Vulcanites took the lead in tine first Inning hy nolcbing one fun, .but Lo- mond boys taillcd three In Ihe sev- en! hinnlng and held the lead until Ihe last, (he final score being il After Ihc ball game the Wf? slock parade was held with over slit> horscj I taking parL CARPETBALL. The- Oddfellows met Court Unity A.O.f'., In two Interesting games o carpetball laal lhe> team son, head of the war aims committee nd leader'of. the Irish Unionist.par- y, Ihe lord mayor of Belfast, the resident of the Belfast chamber of and the iieads of-various JlsCcr "At a time when all Ihe, free demo- racies of tlto world havo accepted Ihc jurden of coiiscrlplfpn as'lbe only nl- ernutivo. lo (he destruction of free nEtUuttons and InCcrnalional he address says, "It Is easily Intel that who maintain Ire- and'a right to solitary, privileged exemption from the same obligation should betray their consciousness that an ajlology Is'required to enable them 6 escape condemnation at the civilized and especially American opinion." _ .The arlilreas goes-on to say ft la imporlant lhat tho President, and the American people be assured that the document Is very far from represent Ing Irish opinion. From one-fourth to one-third of the population, It de dares, dissents emphaflcally'from thi vlewj'of John Dillon, chairman of the taking one each. The- Foresters won the first by a score of 11-8, and th Oddfellows tho second by 7-3. Th games were played In.Burgman's hal This Indoor game (e fast 'gaining hi popularity, and II lifHoped.lhe comln winter will too the league composed o the fraternal societies of tho clt Marled again The narroaniaii shield which Is nl pfcpeiU heH SOB it still opw for and league, consul of ab6ut otghl (cams yrovlde loti of Indoor 'I ij VANCOUVER CHAMPIONS Wort Durino Season Froi New Westminster Vancouver, D. C., Aug. championship of the coast profession al lacrosse league passed lo Vancoi ver Saturday afternoon when, Minlo series the local leain defca cd Jfow hyll goals to ond fna4l tho season scqro fl? iwo lu Uie-wiM at When your Auto Cylinders and Pistons become Coated wimCanKHi lake your car to the Graham Motor Co., and Have the carbon burned .out-'with acetyline. This is the -sureway of removing the carbon., E.A1NSWORTH, Manager FARMERS TAKE have, a' number, of "steel on: for storing gasoline, t'o 62'gallon's, hriicQts atlached. ;v Whfle they Usl, S8.00 eack Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THE RED CROSS NEEDS YOUR OLD LEAVfi THEM IN THE BOX AT AND TUBES. ;