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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBR1DGE qAIL? -HERALD 'By G. Me Manns "BRINGING UP FATHER" THESE J HE'S BSEM OUT I h. THAT rvBQW RESULT B as (on Cleveland AMERICAN AVon. Lost. C7 41 'II ii _ Oi 50 3) New York St. Loni? Chicago Detroit" Philadelphia 4S 4. 5S 5S 63 67 P.C. .K04 55: .4SC .477 .477 ;437 -402 Philadelphia .....010 103 10 0 C. Joces, Kallio and Spencer; son, Uregg, Adam and McAvdy. Washington, AUK. triple ami Judge's sacrifice' "Washiugtoif the winning run in the fourteenth inning and a 'i to 1 victory bver Si. Louis: Johnson fanned 12 batters. It was the fifteenth extra iu- niug game he has pitched this season, having won eight and lost seven. St Louis ..-.010 010 000 000 OD-2 12 1 Washington .000 101 500 00001-3 S 2 Kogerj and Severoltl; Johnson aud 'York. Aug. took Chicago Mew York Flits liars Cincinnati Brooklyn NATIONAL Won. Lost 73 64. LAM OF II Going to Quit Whether War Dooms Baseball Next Year or Not 39 52 60 53 63 P.C. .652 .576 .532 Mil -455 .439 .432 .373 tl.o odd game of the Eerie from New Brooklyn Ion; today winning 4 to 1 Score (Philadelphia 4. .'Chicago-.........001 6 1 IS SeV York .......000 000 SLjLouis 41 Quinn and Scnalk, Caidwell and I Chicago Marttn Boston. took-ths second game of the important series from Cleveland today 6 iu 0, giving the Red Sox with fourteen gamea to a lead of four games laud. Scored t Cleveland leld Boston to three hits today and Chicago shut out Boston 2 to 0. Score: Boston 000 000 OOfr-tl 2 0 004 000 11 0 Covele Enzmann and >O Jones and Agneir Philadelphia, Ang' -following two oa balls infield-hits and an error, won for the locals (he ninth inning H to Sy-'Score: Detroit 000 DOS 6 4 4 I "TTERYj Willard SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor v AM Makea of Batteries Charged land Repaired 311 7th Street 5. Phont 616 Boston Chicago .000 000 3 0 0 Boston, Aug. the war ii over and (he time arrives for the re organization of various ball clubs Ih Yankees perhaps will undergo uuw erpus changes. But for Ihe tact ttta the war has made baseball.out of th question for next season Miller Hug gins, always noted for his trades an deals, would put ia a very busy win Draft Them Til! If Chicago 'Represents'National Sept. Sox Look Lite Winners Bis Boston, Aug. mem- bers of -the Boston" American League baseball team, leaders in the pennant race, have permission from their exemption board to fake part in the'world's series.- Harry Fraiee, president of niade this announce- mejil last night. 'The playtrs are Captain Harry Amos Strunk, Everett. Scott and John MclnnTs. They were told they would "be'allowed to play till te-. Tlie'. reorganization of age, and "Uie TfaYiefs ol baseball nerer did appeal (o, him As far back as 1910 he_ declared ;th at he -was. going back to his iMaryland and ;woulil dp no more- ball world's series 'when the Wclimen-beal Ihe.'Cubs, ;caused Bak er to look upon 'the gam.e.wifh.more favor, and he came back- to share in series as a mem berorlhe great Ma.ck He seveved his with Itcaddy tofcea Iir anil spent the 1915. season at 'his libraa in Trapp'e Md., going_ont ofc Saturdays and oc caaiinally on Wednesdays for g with a nearby independent club. EARL CADDOCK AND .002 020 10 3 .000 000 C 4 PalcufiGerage SECOND CARS FOR SALE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT MS SncTond'Ave. E .E, Peck 665 NORWEGIAN SUNK Aug. N'or- vrcglan bark Nordhav was funk liy1 a German submarine, 125 miles off the Virginia Capes Saturday. Her crew escaped in small hoals and .hare been brought fnfp an rort bj an Araencaa warship In 1JIG Bakec. was coaxed back'inlo professional ball n contract call Ing for f for B period of three season's. That contract 'expires will the-clbse-of tlie 'season now waning and 'Baker says lie never will "sign another. He admits thai he has been well treated in baseball, but has llre Mackmeu'anil the Yankees, Laker will be 'beat remembered fcasehaH fans -as a slugger exlraord nary. hitting raos important factor' in Ihe .tbree series which the "Mackmen" woii' be tween-the ot and Though not Ihe moat graceful field Ing third in the garni Connie iMack raying thai baseman in "the American league ick has gone on record a t Baker wajnine uest thir figuring cati be arranged, have great- ly improved, by winning "the first two, games' in the present series with nearest rival. 'JOE StECHER SURE TO CLASH SOON With of en Joe'ii.Swtcher'- in Uncl jam's tiavy, wrestllfig fans workei up Visions of ah 'army-navy wrestling match. hold fame, enlisted-in- flier at Fre mont, NebraskaL-j Karl Caddockl who iblder ol the heavyweight -yreaUing :meinbEsr of Uncle Sam's army time. It vas the 'rCaddock unable to get'a furlough, that he, and Stetcher to'ineet in" New York Series Will Present Queer Situation _ rame at the old Hilltop park In v York.- Hanished from the Am- ;rlt-ai] league ICillifor to llutfalo autl. nlayed under George Stalling, jutting in ''only one year in tlio "Eastern- league. Hollic XeiJcr; the Bunion King, was in the American for flvo seasons, ;ilaying firat for the White Sox and Jien'wlth the Yankees He ilid bcl- terMvcrk for Chicago than for Xev.- York and when (lie Federal: league was formed hopped lo ilr coming back to (he National when was de- clared. Charlie-Deal, thlrit. bRsemaM. played a couplo of 141 ga gem en Is in tlio Am ericaii league, the first under .--Hugh Jennings at" Detroit and. the under Fielder Jones 'St. second Louis. Neither as a' Tiger nof as a Brownie did Deal hit the ball with any degree of vigor and each lime he was sen enced to minor leagues because o feeble stick work. Like deleter, Dca' had sonio Federal league experience- not as much, however, as ftoliie. Charlie Pick, substitute infietdcr the i Dowsley Laud Agency on St. S. This Is ihe aiinual'mcet- Ing anil a full- turn oul of members is requested. The meeting' is at S o'clock. Mr. Arthur Deviney. a farmer Jus orth ot St. Mary's, Out., markclei hogs fur which lie received In ing about 5S at the. time, and.; to Ilii day a lot player's call Plci Prep.': "I're'p" Pick- claims, when h was a semi-professional player, Ii have pitched a game in which h'' struck out IS men and "got: beaten 1 lo 0, liicre being no.forfeit.; Last of the rennet-. American; ucrs wiih the Oil possible; reprf senlntivcs ot tho NaUona.Ueagiie in J world's series fs Turriey' fielder. He played yyl'tli (Jriffith ii Washinglon In 1915, later' ivcnt Baltimore and brought quite a lot o money lo'Jack Dunn when'spld on liy hoof to Charley Wecghrcan. recently. STow .that in the it is almost a certainty lijat they will corns, tosethcr- in the near future. If not in" one, of the big cities, they will certainly meet at 'one bl the cantonmenta for the benefit otr our fighters. This match will settle? for all time the question 'as who is the legitimate holder oi- the heavyweight title. Of there are "Strang- ler" Lewis and Wiadek Zbysako to be considered, have been defeated a. number .of times and therefore 'are not quite the equal of Stelchqr or Caddock, Hingers who once had been on the 'junior circuit Harry-A1. .Weaver, a lackman !iu 1315. reduced the iiura- >er to four by. enlisting in the navy. Vaughn Once a i Jim broke into the AmcnJ -jn league as far back as 19CS llisj first job iemg the .rt opportunity to sec the country ami ;et experience, the big southpaw sent to the New TorV slate-and South Atlantic league sand theff to the" American association.' Through an >lnce blunder New "iork almost lost ille to Jims services but tho ional commission awarded the south- paw to tlio club that discovered him and he pitched 'rogularljrfor It for two 'ull seasons and part'of another. Vaughn (rilh ilal while a Yankee .ann left Gotham a year before the eminent first did, reaching the American tion by wa> of lit cine (From Our Own Wrenlham, Aug. Is AUTO fTIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By Ihe Famous Hay wood Syalm RE-TREADING REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All vnrk guarahleed.' Special Eqiirp- mcnt for Cut Rcpatri, R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th.31, S, Opfi. Elllton Mllli Expert Repair Work AND High Grade Accessories ON SALE EVERY DAY AT BLJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. j i ThlEvHOUSE OF SERVICE" ing tils slay with' tlie, Athlfllca, bar- ring _thc season-of when Larry Gardner out played him.' As' Ihls praise after Baker had quit Connie's retnarha weife particularly fmnresalre. Another slropg pbtat about Bakcr'B playing has been his .accuracy In throwing. Wilier. Ihfgglns "remarked a ahort Umo ago that In all his base- ball career he seen no player who was so accurate In throwing across the dlamunrl as BaVer. Pos a iiowcrful urm he takes more time than moat third basemen before letting Ihe ball get ami thai tended to make his thlWs siire. Hurt in IMS..' Since coining lo the. has not to the standard of hi? days as a fcacktpan, hut lh.al due mainly to a sercre acclticnt the Polo grounds. In IMG, when he crashed Into the stand, hroke three Tibs and suffered other internal In Junes But he led the'Yankees will the slick In 1017-and throughout the present season Since Joining the rlub Baker has made .21 home runs, and a short time agojtie reached the record mark for.'home runs In Ihe American league. He has been the'besl Ing card of an} Yankee player since Iho days of Kedler, arid the club will miss him at lhe.ga.le .tu well as al plate. throughout the Sum merfallow and laet year's breaking is all thai is crop, but-somn of this Is reported. thai expected. Mr. the IIulC 'arm is cutting abbut 2QO awes, 3turgle about the. while other lavo smaller fields which are cuiacl to average around 12 or. 15 bushels. The Minportai i i in the upkeep au iiutomobilc is the tire bill" We can often eave you the price ct nev. lircs by ovp expert work In AUTOMOBILE TIRE VULCANIZING uce Oiiiert modern 'methods lhat jnsurc lion. Tire Repair Station F. B. McKlnnon; Proprietor. OPPOSITE BANK OF" MONTREAL 30a Sixth Street S Lethbrldge, Alia Phone 49S "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, up. back to swell society In tSe fall wjMl Ihe Cubs, winning five out of six games before the season eiitlPd jjmcs Ilo> Valuer was outi of-! the American league same lime Vaughn was the big right, hamler having a trial under IHrryl Davis at Cleveland In 1912.. -Walker onlj a nriet liim but the pleveland club kept a string on'htm anti gave hjni another chanco In ,1915. He then won seven .but of .sixteen games for the Indjans r lit Lee couldnt see him and was sold to New Orleana; Hie get- ting title to lilm In the fall of 1917. Philip Brooks Douglas, beat'known ns "Shufriing hart hiing on him the. reason' as Vaoghn nnn Walker worked under Jimmy Caljahan Chicago, plfclicd parl of three games for the White Sox and then was Thc'range'TrverV'silort s'o'a'good from the Comlskej piyroll j .Tanl Carter railed Mr Nicn b> I tlin correspondents who travel tubs, the. Indlin th- for tliera each year, loit hv m tno and spent mtut of h lime In places where he many cattle and sheep arc being ship, i peil north. f j Sir. II. 0. Itollay returned last j IMI> from north of Edmonton whec'e ho h.iaI islt nnd_ 1015 _Ho just disposed of four carloads off horses l N. S. Ellason shipped a (jar of hogs to Lethbriiige last Saturday. Mr. and Mm. are leaving for Spokane on-. they will spend the winter. iMr. and Mrs. C. B. t'erkins, Mllic Perkins and V.T. and Mrs. Lusher and Harry Parr returned -on .Thureday from a ten fays' fishing to Die mountains, returning by .way of Water- ton Lakes. Jlr. N. C Trlgloan lias jiisl ojiened sent to Cylinders Pistons, become Coated with Carbon take youi car to the Giaham Motor Co., and have the carbon burned out with acetyltne. This is the only sine way ot removing the carbon. E. A1NSWORTH, Manager i i by the The Sixth City club originally Ktl Curler from I'ortsmoutli; from whlefi place the Pirnte.i' hurd-hllting (iclder, first (o fn' Company Oil! Klllifcr'Flrmer Bl catt-ii nin '.lira SIcAlcef son. under up to tlio Browns Houalon In 1S05 aiicl lii.llic fall, 'wliflo doing somt an up lo dale rjrage work smaslieil lib colhrbono In ing a full Ifae of Ford, accfiaaorfds gaROllne, grca etc Mr Butler la doing the roi'air Mr. Ilockendacli reports the lumber business not too bad; considering Ihe dry season. Owing to a measles that serious oullireak oul of Schricber- the churches and picture theatres [haVa Ixen Closed for one d all public pro- month h lulle Miss Nellie Tree from Portland. Ore., H vlsUtng her slstfira. Mrs. Jonea anrl Jlrs. Devles. The government Is af.endiiig about on the road between Wrenlham anil Conrad. The outfit-has now com- abcr _ ___ _.. promlstd work on Iht Wtrner end moncotf'Vork on the Wrththnm Tab trunk )lne We have been prornls of Hi U ftad bo.i i jet 1m Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY, Storage Aeceisorlei BUltnft, Phone 1023 324 11th Street South LethbrMge, Alia, W. H Choose the Lubricant that Resists Heat If it were not for heat almost any automobile oil would do. Aa it tsi the.terrific heat in-the engine breaks down ordinary oil and forms sediment. Veedol J3 manufactured tinder the Faulkner Process, i new and cxcluttve scientific method which gives it surprising beat arid resisting properties. Repeated tests show more than five times as much sediment m the average oil as in Sediment means increased friction, Wear and: expense.- Use Veedol Bad keep 'ing expenses, i For tv x V Baalim Motor Company ;