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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LCTHBKIDGK Df!^:.T HERALD MONDAT, AUGUST 26. 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Mc I I MIKEANDFRED ARE THRESHERS I'^ulton and His Manager Arc " Operating an Outfit in Wisconsin BASEBALL RESULTS St. raul-Mike E. Collins, nuiiiagur of Fred P'ulton. will do liis share of essential work for Uncle Sam and will Hlso have his protege-Frederick-do his bit. Atter Fulton's defeat at the hands of Jack Dempsey the big fellow announced that he would retire from the game until after the war, having decided to work in one of 5Ir. Pflls-bury's flour mills. However, Mike Collins had a better plan. He went to a little place in AVisconsin. named Iloberts. and bought a threshing machine outfit. In days gone by. Mike used to work ou a farm and threshing was his long suit, so he decided that in view of the fact that Uncle Sam is urging men to go lo the wheat fields and help harvest the grain he could do still better by buying a, threshing outfit and help the good cause along. "Probably he �will get used to liold-. ing his hands up by the time he finishes with the straw piles," �ai.-l Mike, "and then there will be hopes of getting Dempsey �or another match and beating him." AMERICAN Won. Lost. Won. Lost. Boston.......... 70 47 I Clovoland ....... 07 52 i Washington...... tJS 53 New York...... 55 5tj St. Louis ........ 54 61 Chicago ......... 55 Oo Detroit .......... 50 156 Philadelphia..... 48 69 NATIONAL Won. Lost. Chicago.......... 79 40 New Yorlv ........ 65 50 Pittsburg 63 54 Cincinnati ....... 59 SI Brooklyn ........ 53 . 63 Boston .......... 51 66 Philadelphia ...... 4S 63 St. Louis ......... 43 71 P.C. .664 .569 .53S .509 .457 .436 .4 .377 P.C. P.C. .598 .563 .562 .495 .470 .466 .431 .411 SERVICE STATION HENRYJ.DENN Proprietor All Make* of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 I WE BOIL 'EM We boil your radiator in- a preparation that thoroughly cleanses it, making it easy to discover and fix leaks. We are better equipped in this way than Calgary;-having the only boiling outfit in the district. - ANDY "The Radiator Man? Rear Oaliaa Hotel (Upstairs) I Saturday Games. Detroit ____'......002 200 100-5 8 1 New York ......002 010 010-4 11 1 Boland and Spencer: Fiuneran, Love and Walters. Second game- Detroit ...........000 000 000-0 3 3 .New York........000 110 OOx-2 5 0 Dauss and Yelle; .Mogridge and Hannah. St. Louis .........010 000 000-1 5 0 New York ........030 000 OOx-3 4 1 Leitield and Nunamaker; Ruth and Agnew. Cleveland ........000 000 000-0 4 3 Washington ......010 300 OOx-4 7 1 . Enzmann and O'Neill; Harper and Casey. Chicago .........201 005 100-9 14 0 Philadelphia- ....003 000 010-4 8 4 Quinn and Schalk; Watson, Pearson and McAvoy. ' Second game- Cliicago ..........010 000 000-1 S 1 PhUadelphia _______000 110 OOx-2 8 3 Benz and Jacobs; Perry and Perkins. SUNDAY Washington, Aug, 24.-Shaw and "Sohnson each held Chicago to four hits and Washington won the double header today 6 to 0 and 5 to 3. Scores: Chicago......000 000 000-0 4 2 Washington .. ..321 000 OOx-6 9 0 Russell and Schalk; Shaw and Pic-infch. Second Game- Chicago......010 002 000-3 4 3 Washington '. .000 400 Olx-5 9 3 Shellenbach and Schalk; Johnson and Plclnlch. SECOND HAND CARS FOR SALE. OPEN DAY AND NIGJIT W.S.Cook E.E.Peck 308 Second Ave. S__Phone 669 Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OP AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accetaoriet. Batterlei. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, , Lethbrldge, Alta. -W. H. Oowllng DENIPSEY'SyJS Established Record for Big Fellows >Vith His 23Second Battle Against Fulton Potter c, TutUind 2b., Thomas l.f., Sloan c.f., Kennedy r.f.,- Kerko 2b., Scott p. Barons-Hanson 8.S., Moore c.f.. Skinner c.t., Wobeck 2b.. Welch p., Leadbetter lb., Hatfleld r.f., Blossom u., Culpas 3b. Barons is stagin(? a toutaament on Labor Day.d, 32x4................. BUpy MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. ,{ \ >  "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" arrives. HVhilc each $25.00 each 23.00 each 44.20 each 46.60 each 30.00 each 35.00 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE SATURDAY Newark 4; Binghampton 3. Seaond Game- Newark I; Binghampton 3. Jersey City 2; BaUlniore D. Second Game- Jersey City 6; Baltimore S. Hamilton 5; BuCtalo 4. Second Game- Hamilton 1. Buffalo 3. Rochester 0; Toronto 3. Second Game-Rochester 0; Toronto 2. (No Sunday games played). FINED 9250'for HITTING UMP. S6uthern Veague Player Makes Ex pensive Sw ahead 12 to 8. Barona camiS'buck "With 2, but it wasn't enough. , The lineup: Letltbrldgc-Iludaon s.s., Evuns When we come to figure tho dope on the world's aeries this .year'we.are going against one of the toughest propositions yet recorded. Even if the government decides it Is.all right tor tho series to be' played, eaoh team has players subject to call to. active dut^% and the calling of these men on tiiq evQ of such a series would be a terrible blow to the teams. At best, the series Is boiind to be unsatlsfactor}', and it will leave a bitter recollection In the miiids of the players of the teams which ,flh-ish second, who will always contend that, hud the entire scliediile, been played out, they would have bad a chance. OFSPORTSATTHE WATERION LAKES (apeclat to.the Herald) Waterton Lakes, Aug. 23.-The sports (held at this famous resort on Monday, August 19th, were a great success and each and every event keenly 'contested. Although the (iay was dull and cloudy a crowd of some 800 people were present, practically every town and city In Southern Alberta being represented. The sports Were commenced with a comic parade, followed by foot races, obstacle race, pie eating contest, catching the greasy pig. cowboy races, saddle horse races, etc. A.nd nightly dances held at the dancinR pavilion, sc don't let a few days' bad weather discourage you from spending a real holiday at Southern .Alberta's foremost resort. . Tile guests registered al the Wiit-erton Lakes Hotel lo date this woek include: Sergt. A. C. Henderson, Calgary i Mlfcs Stevenson, Tilburn, Ont.; J, 'Pennant and wife, Calgary; Dr. S. M. Fraser, Macleod; Insp. J. McDonnell', Macleod; J. McGluning, Calgary; A. E. Prykes and wife, Kallspel, Mont; J. W. Hayward and wife, Kallspel, Mont.; A. J. Opalko, Columbia Falls, .Mont.; Mrs. and Miss Faull, Oakland. Cal.; J. F. Bonnell, Lethbrldge; Mr. and Jlrs. W. R. Hull, Calgary; H. A. McKlllop and family, Lethbrldge; Mrs. and Miss Hamilton, Lethbrldge; Mrs. R. S. Beattie, Bow Island; Miss B. Thomson. Calgary; C. B. Cragg and wife, Lethbrldge; Rev. Dr. S. G. Bland, Winnipeg. M.iny expressions are heara"-on all sides regarding the natural beauties and scenic features of IMi park and all are pleased with their ttay. HARRY VARDON BOOSTS WOMEN 8ay� They Exhibit More Natural Golfing Ability Than Men. I-Ia.:-y Vardon. probably the greatest golfer in Britain's history; eays: "Women, when playing among themselves, exhibit' greater natural golfing ability than men. But, for some peculiar reason, women do not play their best games when th6y are p^lre^ with masculines. "The skill that women display on the;putting green when they are pitted against opponents 6( their own sex" is Uncanny. I've satu women make puts that were aOMlng-and more: And they have tht true golfing temperament. In crltlctl moments of play a man Is likely, to 'Crack'.under the nervous. strain. Bvt, oddly efiOUgh.tto/greater the tension the �|i>4tBr ii KauM HH. a woman When your Auto Cylinders take, your car. to the Graham Motor Go., and have the carbbn burned put wh^ This is the only sure way of removing the .carbon. * E. AINSWORTH, Mantfer has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalirh Motor Company Back of Union Bank Throw Your 01�i Tirei and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box ;