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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DADLT HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2t, 1918 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By C 1. McManus" ["teuu^xour;wife'yoi.vre )' ' lectiore anl'meet we at TH XOU - ""' mm::'-' BASEBA RESULTS A&IERICAN : Won. Lost. P.C. iUoBton............ 67 46 .593 Cleveland .......fio 50 .565 I Washingrton ....... 64 50 .562 I.Xew York........ 52 55 .488 jSt. Louis ......... 53 58 .477 Chicago ........... 53 5S .477 iBetroIt............ 49 63 .437 Philadelphia ...... 45 67 .402 Boston, Aug. 20.-Cleveland bunched hits oft Ruth today and defeated Boston S to 4. Score: Cleveland...... 101,130,200-8 14 2 Boston .. .. .. 110,020,000-4 7 2 Bagby, Coumbe and O'Neill;; Ruth, Kinney and Schang. (No others played). NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Chicago........... 74 30 .655 New York ........ 64 48 .571 Pittsburg ......... 60 52 .536 Cincinnati ........ 55 56 .495 Brooklyn .......... 51 CO .459 Philadelphia ...... -(8 60 ' .444 Boston ............ 4S 64 .429 St. Louis ......... 41 70 .370 Pittsburg, Aug. 20.-The New York Giants made their last appearance of the season here today and -were defeated 10 to 2. Score: New York .... 000,200,000- 2 9 5 Pittsburg .. .. 032,000,41x-10 8 2 Steele and Gibson; Mayer and Schmidt. Cincinnati, Aug. 20.-Brooklyn won the last game of the series from Ctn-cinnatl here today 2 to 1, Score: Brooklyn...... 100,001,000-2 6 1 Cincinnati..... 000,000,010-1 4 0 Grimes and Archer; Mitchell, Ring and Wingo. St. Louis, Aug. 20.-Jacobs had everything essential to a winning pitcher today and St. Louis was defeated 3 to 0. Score: Philadelphia . .. 002,000,010-3 5 0 St. Lonis...... 000,000,000-0 2 1 Jacobs and Adams; Packard and Gonzales. Chicago, Aug. 20.-Great batting by Hendrix enabled Chicago to overcome Boston's early lead and finally win in eleven innings today 7 to 6. Score: Boston...... 300,020,100,00-6 12 4 Chicago .. . 001,003,200,01-7 12 1 Rudolph, Hagan, George and Wilson; Carter, Walker, Hendrix and O'Farrell. ----wl MTTERV SERVICE STATION HENRYJ.DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batterlea Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toronto 5, 7, 1; Hamilton 2, 8. 2. Rochester 7, 10, 1; Buffalo 0, 5, 3. .First game-Jersey City 0, 3, 1; Binghampton 3, 13, 0. Second game-Jersey City 6, 8, 1; Binghampton 10, 16, 5. First game-Newark 8, 10, 0; Baltimore 4, 7, 3. Second g.ime-Newark 4, 8, 1; Balti-mdre 1, 6, 1. BFNNY LEONARD IS A GOLFER. Is Not the Only Champion Who Liked Links Game. ANDY REPAIRS RADIATORS ALL WORK GUARANTEED. . REAR DALLAS HOTEL (UptUIrt) When for the sum of $50 Benny Leonard bought a golf club donated by George Low, the Baltusrol professional, at the auction .sale 'during the Red Cross benefit tournament of the Inwood Country Club many wondered if the lightweight boxing champion intended to use it on his sparring partners. Nothing of the sort. Benny is a golfer, although since he entered the service as an athletic instructor at Canip Upton he has had nttie time to Indulge in this particular fancy. Before going to the Long Island training ground Benny used to take a particular delight in going out to Balt-usrol for a round with Low. Benny Leonard is not the first world's champion lightweight boxer to I dabble with the game of golf. When he held tho title Willie Ritchie used to play golf regularly as part of his training. Freddy Welsh also knows the difference between the double V and the overlapping grip. It may be that the future holds In store a tournament open to one-time lightweight boxing champions. A tax of ?8 a gallon on whisky and other distilled liquors was tentatively devided upon by the House ways and means committee at Washington. The present tax is $3.20. Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS FOR SALE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W.S,Cook E.E.Peck 308 Second Ave. 8.-Phone 66B > .J .> Besides the regulation track and field sports, championships in baseball, indoor and outdoor, football, lacrosse, volley ball, tug-ot-war, boxing and wrestling are determined. Of course this big day was held on July 1, a Canadian holiday, and the grounds were elaborately prepared for the occasion. No pains were spared or nothing overlooked to the slightest detail in preparation or conduct of the meet. One could easily Imagine himself entering the state fair grounds of Minnesota or Illinois as regards orderliness of arrangements and crowd, by simply substitiitinK in his inlnd's eye frame and stone buildings for tents, and civilian clothes for the khaki, also a half or mile track tor tho quarter.. But this quail or mile track was more picturesque than any to be seen in America. It was a perfect oval, not of regulation cinders, but of crushed red slag, so plcntirul over here, and rolled and rolluU until it was as level as the little old howling alley of trite renown. The white tapes of the 102 20-yard lanes showed up in bar relief against the red, and the tumultuous flag.s ot all th(; Allies, and the bunting which beducluui the brand stands, bleachers and tontod structures seem, ed to bo sot off in brighter rtsplen-donee by the uiiiroon colored track. Tho outdoor b.iseball game was tho last event on (lie program and was played by the First Division Ammunition Column, champions of tho First Division, nnd the Seventh Battalion JSnglnoers, champions of tho Tliird Division. Nearly 50.000 Ithakl clad soldiers witnessed an oloveri-lnning game which was won by the Seventh Engineers by the score of-3 to':2. All this took place wlt(iln shelling distance of Fritz, iina/iWM viewed by the notables of the Canadian, English French, Araorloan andTortuguese armies. And all day our ;�lrmfen per-fltmod remarkable stuntJs over the an-aemblnfio. .{J'T' FOR ASSISTANCE Ottawa, Aug. 20.-That Belgium is looking to Canada to further assist her In the effort to rehnbilitato herself after the plundering Germans are driven from her soil, is Indicated by Hon. T. A. Crerar, minister of agTi-culture, who said today: "A few days ago I mot two Belgians who are now in Canada, on a mission for their government Their objective is to find out where in Canada and^the United States they can secure pure Belgian horses and holstein cattle In order that when the war is over they may be taken back to Belgium to lay tho foundation for again building up the country's stock. Before the war Belgium was justly proud of her magnificent horses. I am told that practically none are left. The horses have all been taken to Germany. This applies to thoir cattle also. What has happened to Belgium has happened in Northern France and Serbia and is now being carried out in Russia," declared Mr. Crerar. "Such is the spirit of the military autocracy that controls the destinies of Germany. The only thing that saves Canada from the fat^ of the Belgians and Serbians is the ability, along with our allies, to defend ourselves. If Germany could send her troops up the St. Lawrence the same fate would be ours.'' DISPUTE OVER FINAL GAMES FOR Toronto, Aug. 20.-There Is little Ukel'ihood that the proposed game be-tweent the Athletics of St. Catharines and Ottawa N.L.U. champions will bo played on. the dates suggested. The O.L.A. championship is a long way from being settled. Leaslde Indians have a protested game with the Athletics to be considered, iind it it Is decided in tho'r favor they will be on even terms With the Athletics. The Maitlands have been,' materially strengthened and by winning al< their remaining games can tie the leaders. Pr-aldont Querrle of tho C.L.A., said this morning that the Athletics were decidedlv premature In arranging ga.Ties with Ottawa. It is the opln'on hero that tho Leaslde Indians on their showing Saturday are a better team than ihe Fitzgorald-KallB combination. 600,000 BELGIAN Havre, August 9.-(Correspondent ot tho Associated Press)-In England, France, Holland and Switzerland, entirely cut oft from homo, resources and associates are approximately tiOO.-000 Belgian refugees, according to estimates made by Colonel J. P. Uick-nell, director general ot civilian relief for the American Ued Cross. In addition to the Belgian refugees In Entente countries, Belgians still in the unconquered parts ot their country who number about U0,000 persons, and most of whom are in constant peril ot Gorman guns and aviators.  While tho Belgians today are widely scattered, it Is estimated there aro 70,000 ot them In Paris, 70,000 in London and about 30,000 in Havre. The Belgian government Is co-operating with the. American Red Cross In extending asslslanco in all centres where the refugees are concentrated In any numbers. Rev. A. E. Trembert has resigned the pastorate ot tho Baptist church at Cobourg.of which he has been iu charge for the past 'three years. sH0Ke faster mm... m .- iTSGOiDJtraBACGO Master Mason is made from choice to-iibaccos, fully matured, "mellowed by ape and pressed into a solid plug, so as to preserve all the moisture and fragrance of the natural leaf. Convenient, handy, easy to carry, it makes the sweetest, coolest, smoothest smoke you can find. M'GRAW WOULD GO TO FRANCE .John McGraw Is anxious t* eo to France after the ball season ends in September. He wants to take two teams of star players "over there" to provide recreation for the fighting niien of the American forces. John B. Madden, the well-known sportsman and horse breeder has promised a subscription ot $1000 It 99 other Americans would follow his example for the purpose ot raising a fund to defray the expenses ot Mc-Oraw's proposed expedition. It the Giants' manager Is able to carry, out hia plan ho will take along the players who are not Included in the "work or fight" order. Many exhibition games 'could be played in tlip American army camps in Franco-during the mild weather In tho fall. Mrs. Elinor Olyn, the novelist, who is spending a few days in London, has the proud distinction of being the only English woman who has visited the British. French and American fronts. Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Aeetsiorlei. Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Etraet llotilli, Lsthbrldg*. Alta. W. H. OewMi�| When your Auto Cylinders and Pistons become Coated � with Carhon take your car to the Graham Motor Co., and have the carbon burned out with acetyline. This is the only sure vvay of removing the carbon. E. AINSWORTH, Manager Choose the Lubricant that Resists Heat If it were not for heat almost any automobile oil would do. Aa it is the terrific heat in the engine breaks down ordinary oil and forms sediment; ' Veedol is manufactured under the Faulkner Process, � tUfi and excltiaivc scientific method wtiich gives it surpri^Uig heat and wear resisting properties. ~ j Repeated tests show more than five times as much sediment in the �^verage oil as in Veedol. Sediment means increased friction, Wear and expense. Use Veedol and keep down operabi, ing expenses. rOR SALEBY ^ Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank ^ , 4 8?7660 ;