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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta CE SIX THE LETHBRlDGIi HERAUJ WEDNESDAY, AUGUST UP FATHER11 By' G.: McMahus THE I SEE OF THIS TOWN BETTER The Sport Page !Twb Chicago Organizations Op- erate Electric Trains to'the Links, Chicago, golf cluba in the suburban region ol Chicago hate, private railroads leading' to their links, .which wilt their pala- tial clnb houses are sequestered- far from tbe- ordinary channels ot travel. Both private lines use electric power, although the Midlothian Country club line formerly employed a small steam 'Joconolire'to-haul members from a station on the Rock Island line to Us club house. The other golE railroad is a cross- country running to the Glen- Yiew club from the aristocratic north shore suburbs. It also, serves the Westmoreland Country club, where open .championship was last year by James with a record score 283 strokes for 72 holes. This road, bearing the pre- tentious Shore West em railroad, recently Issued fol losing notice describing its physical, and'lerrlce'status r Long. not ride over this Tine In a spirit of indifference, eriata f: or nonchalance. It is four miles long, four feet. eight and. one-half Inches wfde and has an ambitious name. It also has two standard streaks of rust covered by an ample mortgage. It has but two employes, and Us president and manager serve for glorr only. It does not pay divi- dends, but bss escaped receivership and government control. It has not escaped any other torment, tax or tribulation. It caters to two golf clubs and one cemetery; incidentally, it serves the "public. It has a future, great expectations and complacent stockholders. Listed You will note, In track gardens of great fertility, a cemetery rapidly Increasing in population and from the zenith fit the trestle an- other standard railroad, no better, but longer than the .one- over which you are -privileged to ride, "Near ths western terminal, alter entering- the forest preserve, you cross a fork of one of the branches BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Won of the Chicago.river, which is not very wide, nor-yet very deep, bat ebbs and flows with rainfall. The terminal itself Is Immediately adja- cent, or conveniently contig- uous to the 19th hole ot the Glen- Tier "Patrons are .particularly requested complain or comment adverse- ly :npon the service. We are doing the best we can on nothing a'.year.' Cleveland Washington N'ew York Chicago.......... St. Louis....... Detroit Philadelphia C2 61 50 50 4S 47 48 Lost 43 47 46 51 5G 53 04 PJ ,.591 -.391 Philadelphia. Aug. twice defeated the Athletics today to 3 and 0 to 1. Scores: First Washington 5 10 2 Philadelphia 3 S, 2 Johnson and AinsnlHh; Casey, Mann Bauer, Adams and-Perkins. Second game- Washington 0 Philadelphia., Harper '.'and Ainsmith; Watson, i Pearson and McA'voy. Others not scheduled: Far-Sighted Fight Promoters Figure on Clash Between Great Boxers ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK GUARANTEED. REAR DALLAS. HOTEL (Upttalrs) New York, Aug. Kaban. amoku, the Hawaiian swimmer, broke the world's set by himself ibe swim, when he made .the distance here last night In one minute 7 2-5 previous mark was one minute 8 seconds. However, the Dnke, who was scrntcb nian, finished stconct fa tho race. Firs place went to .Clarence Lane nf the Hawaiian Swimming plnb and thlrc to Toin of the Federal Kendez Miss Claire Galagan of New York, broke the women's. American record In'the mile swlao, with a tinn of 29 minutes 33 3-5 seconds. He previous record was 31 m-nutes 31 2-; seconds, PalaceGarage HAND CARS FOR! 'SALE. OPEN NIGHT E.LPeck IN Second Avt. tts SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Mikei of Battirlci Chirgtd and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZE8 .VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING i REPAIRING By Kxperiehced Wortomen. AH work (uannieed. Special Equip- ment'tor'Rim Cat Repairs. R. D7 RITCHIE 206 ?Stfi 31- 3. Opp Eflton Milii Georges Carpenter versu? Jack Deinpsey for thft world's heavyweight That's (he plum thai the tarslghted fight promoters will soon be trying to plucfc For Carpen- ter and Dempsey now shape up as tho logical contenders for ttie.ivorld championship. Carpenller is con- ceded the best across the ocean and until Franco was plunged into war he was regarded as a possible con- tender for the '-world-championship. Military service of the hardest kind in France, together with occasional bouts in Y.-M. C. A. boxing programa in the French camps, have kept him In the best of shape and Carpentler shouk be even more dangerous as a worlt championship contender after the war Dempsey Well'Thought Of Dempssy has cleaned up his path way of every other fighter who dace i and losing the second 7 Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY Storage. Accessories. BatterleJ. Phone 1023 924 1Hh Street South, LeOibrldge, Mtt, W. H, Bowling pionshlp planning until his service for its country is flone. He Is always ready to give'ring exhibitions for the soldiers or lor a war fund, but a bout between Dempsey anfl Carpenlier would be too big a battle to expect cither principal to go Into It on ai exhibition basis. Dempsey Should Enlist If Dempsey can to gel Into the world action jn somi way at thts tjme, It should be a graa boost tor an after tho war match" be Iween the pair. (From Our Own Correspondent) Barons, Aug. Is now general in this district. It is antici- pated that suuimerfallow wheat will run'from twenty Jo thirty bushels to the acre, with a few fields below Ihe twenty mark. Henry Thorssell, west of town, expects thirty bushels and, judging by the appearance ot his crop, his estimate Is Justified. John Myers, on the eastern boundary ol the town, figures on a similar yield and several other fields will give equally good re- turns. Farmers, far from feeling blue over the result of their efforts 'this year, hare only had their, confluence in the district confirmed, as it is con- sidered that a more unfavorable season could scarcely.ho experienced; in spile of which good farming meth- ods are giving highly satisfactory' re- turns. There was a considerable area seed ed on stubble Ibis year, the crop on lich should have been plowed down month ago but, owing to the dry ss of the. soil, this could not ha no. Heavy rains Sunday and yes rday have 'put the land in shape for owing and this work will now be oceeded .with. The area under crop it year will bo extensive. Old resi- nts predict lots of rain this .tall, a ard .winter, a wet summer and urnper crop. Mrs. A. If. Johnson' has returned om, recover- from her recent Illness. Jlrs. j. H. Welsh has returned from er rtsit to Olds. Barons ball team traveled to Vul- an on Friday evening and got licked the. professionals 'ot that town'by wldo margin. In order to balance leir a'cconnts, hnweyer, they adriinis- ore-1 a sound beating to Coalliurst ho were visitors here on Sunday, ,e final score being something lllia 0 to 5. Coalhurst played a nice game ut they were handicapped by having vo or three substitutes on their llne; Mr..and Mrs: C. W. Hansen and [aster Bobby Hansen have returned ther trip through the north coun ry. They, state that ihsy enjoyed Car Conservation f i h euflf attained if bring year repair work to We make a of keeping cars lit, WJOlf, MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THF. HOUSE Of Carbon and Schmidt; Tyler and Kllllfer. .Second PitUburg 14 1 Chicago....... 0 2 Jliller and Smith; Martin, Douglas, Carter, Walker and Klllifer. SL Louis. Aug. b'eld St. Ixmia to four hits and consequently Cincinnati ahul out the locals today C to 0. Score: Cincinnati C 2 Sf. Louis 4 i Ring and Wlngo; Sherdell and Brock.' INTERNATIONAl! LEAGUE liHaraflton.2, S, 1; Toronto 0, 5, 2. f'inlpgh'anipton 11, ti; Jeraey Cits First, 1, 4, Ball! moro 1G, 1. Second 3, 7, 1; Ell tlmofo 2: Hochester. 14, 18v-2; Buffalo 3, 8, 5 SOCCERrREfEREE SUSPENDED Toronto, Aug. action Suspended on Charges by That He Was Playing In-' different Ball Cincinnati, Aug. Her club yesterday notified Hal Cha suspended first baseman of tiio Hed hat llis suspenaJon would aland uni h5 National league bad" passed uri> :harges that had teen preferred ai alnst tbe player. Chase -v Matthewaoi following Ma conference loday Chane, President Herrmann would hi divulge what the charges 'nt'.c. hope and feel that Chase will bo at) lo clear himself and he will be give a cony of tho charges Thursday Friday at the. eamu time that they a officially Bled with the S Herrmann said. "Until thsn 1 oann discuss the matter." fas suspended >n fo'r "Inrtllterorit an was taken by Toronto Soccer Leaguo Ia9t anil District when-Kcf- ercs F. W. itniUrig was suspcnrtcd (or ono monlh for using, threatening langtiflge to an 03d Cpoaty playfir dur- ing the course' of a resen VETERANS' GOLF T0URNEY Toronto, Aug. a meetrng of senior golfcra association held here It was decided to liold Iha Ural yelep nna'Journey at [ho lloyal Montreal Golf Club, beginning Monday, her 16, les vperp not able1 lo bring up fast onough Ip keeViiace with their ad- vance. Tho .work of Ihcso airplanes la so organized" that' they Immediately at- ack groups of convoys and supply trains when they rccelvo sig- nals from reconnoitring planes. In this Is very similar to that of tho in its co-ordln- atton with the aerial service Bombarding. squadrons aro kept ready for instant service at airdromes so that they'may lake the. air at tho Instant a call is received from signal planes, troo'ps 6r: convoys in villages or road terminals: This system was employed at Lassigny the other day. An observing plflho reported Hie l encumbered with -troop and supply trains. Airplanes to tho number of 121 flew to the .spot and 21 tons o( bombs dropped. This attack caused Ci large destroying motor lorries 'and the tBlreets ol Lassigny, tying up the movement ol the eneniy'for hours. All cross roads as well as- railway junctions where important of conimuntcalton meet are under .continual attack from their .bombing planes. Final Reductions NOW IN "Fashion Craft" Suits EDDIE COLLINS ENU3TS Star Second Baseman on White Joins Navy Chicago, Aus. "Collln alar second baseman of the Chlca Americans, tonight received a te gram from President Comlafcoy, co gralulatlng him on his nnnbunced tsntlon lo Join the marines. Colll was purchased from the Philadelphia Americana for in addition; to Celling as a liom President Comlakcy, his contract call- ed for a year. He f3 30'years olil, married and has two children. Collins In the third member" of the world's champion lo announce Ms de- termination to enlist vl'Milq''the, foul t'red McMullIn and :tOharica Rlsbew) left tho club to enter tho twvlcl viry minute o[ their tour and passed irough.some good but noth ng.tq make them think ot leaving larons.................. The war record of 'the Hanson fam Jy is one to be'prontj ol. Harold Is a resent in hospital in England suffer ng from trench fever and shell shock artng'been with the Canadian artil eryat the front tor sorao consider ble time; John reports lo the Itoya tir-fofcea oh Ihe 2Znd 19) has .volunleered fo eryice with tho same branch of th array and awaits hla summons to re port; These are all tbe grownup mem >'ers'o't the family. 'The' ricv. Malley Is arranging wit! be' department of extension of A for the cstabHah of a library and hopes to have a sur )ly of bobks In the rooms at Ihe bpc )f tho church next week, It la understood that a deal lor th sals to a colony of Jlennonltcs, ot th Cnow-uuniiiQg farm, about thlrtee inllea east of hero, has fallen through This Is good news to most of ua, .a a colony ot these slackers from 111 United Stales could hardly be con sloVred n desirable acqulittlon. to th dlMrlcl. The new elevator tho Alberta-Pacific Grain Compan now finished on the oulalde, Is a fin addition to our row of flky scraper Workmen, ara busy on Ihe tnachlner 6nd Ihe company hope to he ready rccelvo grain by tho timo Ihreshln starts. .Chew and Wlllan have purchased T Trood Craig's half section On Blac spring Ridge at f60 nn acre. Otlavia, Atig organization the Air Service Is. rpceedtngiaudj Us popularity is In- catcd bj numher of ap'- icationa 'from who wish join the force Kon A. K. fitac- ean, acting; minister; of. the Royal aval department this morning fssued ic'following announcement with re- ard to "the new service: "A applications for cadet- ilps In I ho new air sen-ice hits been ecetred and within a few days a reply ill bo sent to; every one. Until this an be done'candidatts arc rctniested otto send liasfehers to their original are being dealt with' 3 fast ai possible It is" not wished to encroach upon xisling personnel of other flying ser ices ahrT it-must he distinctly under tood that no "applications from offic rs or men on'the'alrengttfor in the eserve of the Briton Rojal Air Forco an be entertained 'Only applications from British sub ects will'xamined, and Carfodfan Men! Realize and appreciate the mark able values offered you In these fine suits. Compare the fabrics, com- pare the service-giving tailoring and refined style hotU in ultra- and con- serrativn models. Know that every man of regular, stout or extra large size can be appropriately fitted and styled. Many ot Iheso suits-arc suffi- ciently heavy for fall ,will readily recognize these" as tho'great- est savings of UIQ-season. 10 10.1 3 Other Fashion Craft Suits al and Louis Keel 318 VlFTH STREET' HOME OF 'CLOTHES AND FLORSHEIM SHOES Citizens will, -in all bo given preference. f "In a, few :excepttbnnt ,fase3 np- plications will' be considered from of- fleers and men of other than the' fly Ing branch of His Majesty's. Imperial anil Colonial forces, but ID aU cases, these must be.Qcconipanled- by th'S' 'qtllcEnl written' concurrence of th o, comma u fl- ing officer. of that unit or.RervicCi to which tho applicant ON ITALIAN FRONT; Rome, Aug. Ait official state- ment Issued today at tho war office reads: the .Upper Zebrii 'Valley one of our patrols attacked an enemy post advanced on height "2682, killing some of tho garrison and capturing tho survivors. .Enemy 'rteltera were des- troyed. and the patrol returned im- harmed. and Pistons bsccma Coated take your car to the Graham Motor Co., and carbon burned out with acetyline. This is .the only sure way the -t. 0 E. AINSWORTH, Manager Wllh The French Army in France, Anif. Ihe hallles of' the past few aerial service, par- bombing nquadrOns, have been playing a most Important role. The bombing planes have virtually jlaccd the heavy artillery which FARMERS NOTICE We have a number of steel oil drums, on hand. Just the thing tor storing gasoline. Capacily from to 52 gallons, faucets attached. While they last, each Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank THE RED CROSS NEEDS YOUR OLD TIRES AND TUBES, LEAVE THEM IN THE B6X AT OUR DOOR, ;