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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE OMLT. ffERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus The Sport BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Cleveland-....... Xew. York Chicago Won. lo of- fer and that Is that the ladles of the institute put-next year's., prke list right aivayph.lhs printer's hands BO lhat it may reach the public bj next spring when the peoplo aro getting ready IP garde'rpPrize lists that are not out tlU i day" or two before Ihe exhibition are'riot of much use but to squander money. ha Cjrds, two each on the Giants and 'hlllles, and one over the Reds, while. Im took a shutout "defeat from the Giants and also oaff'ifom. tho n winning 20 games won four tralght. another fun of four, then seven straight, and has won his lait :brac. ies while the Natiorialleague selected ersVot the winning and losing teauls lha veteran "Hank" O'Day and Wil- will, receive, respectively, J2.000 and Ham Klein. Details tor the annual .cl.ss jl.400 each, In place ot usual sic were announ'ced'by President John sun a Her "official sanction for, the First k Philadelphia, Aug. pennant chances faded when the AUi-letics won the second game of today's double header 4 to 0. Cleveland wen the first game 5 to 2. Scores: Cleveland 2 Philadelphia 11 and Rariden, Ames, Tuero and Brock. Philadelphia- Filtsburg, postponed, wet grounds. -Cincinnati-Boston, postponed, wet grounds. t Others not scheduled. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Baltimore Buffalo 3. h Bingbampton 4, Toronto 10 Second1 Bmghamptnn 5, Tor- onto 1 Jersey City 3, Hamilton 4. Jersey City 4, Hamil- ton 9l a SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Coldeugh, first mayor of Sel; kirk, Man, and for years a well known druggist of Winnipeg, Is dead at Van- courer He was in Selkirk during tho CPR. construction and sent the first telegraph message of (he C P.R Wires tbe.orginal .being the possession of his daughter. Mrs. C. C Sinclair of Edmonton: f All of Charjtd and Repaired S11 7th Street 8. Phone WE BOIL 'EM We bolI'Tonr radiator in a preparation that thoroughly cleanses It, making it easy to discover and la leaks We are better equipped lu this 'iray than having the onlT tolling outfit In the uls Wet K ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear ,Dallii Hotel Repair Shop KINO8 OF AUTO REPAIR -.WORK HANOI-ED PROMPTLY AND''CAREFUl.LY. Storage.' Batttritt. Fkooel023 324 lAltr Street South, Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Dow! Ing i 'if tames had been given by Secretary laker. The secretary, as ,Ihe result of an appeal from' the national baseball commission, granted an extension of 15 days on the "work .or right" order as It affects professional baseball play ers, so that the.series'could be nliyetl Under the new players on the two contesting clubs must bp engaged in some essential'occupation b> Sep tember 15. Baseball Is expected lo contribute between and lo, war charities.under iho-plan suggested the natioi which agreed Lo donate 10 c-f its revenue from the series and recommenced that each league as well as the contesting plajers, officials, aiew rainer lhe m7 he ibm ro contests, but tol- UJOODO and J40.000 woul Tom Clark, CrRvstb, Sherwood gee Tom Griffith, Ohaae, Mehoft McKechnie, Paokort, Welter. Zelder, Chief Meyers, Sclmlle, Evers, Bender and Ames Frauk Baker, Lavemler, Austin, Spencer, Strange, fihotlon, Turner, Archer, Decker, Byrne. Odode- Uummcll, Luderbus, McBride, Oldrlng, Clcotte, Crawford, Groom Flunk, Whiteman, Moran, Purtcll, Fisher, Warhop, Kirk, Vloi and Yerkes. any other pitcher, dashing three on Tom Hughes Lelivelt, Evaua, Jack Knight, F'he- lan, McMillan, Slroud, Falkenbnrg, LelfleM. Grlggs, Fournlerr Jack Quinn, Jack Collins, Wildo Crandall Darton'Dubuc, Fromme, Houck and TIRE TROUBLE evcrj motorist encounters Wo can help jou on shoe bills If sou patronize us for VULCANIZING Bring the tires and tubes that you thought damaged beyond repair to us. .Ten 'to one- weVcau fix. them up; EO that thej will give you months of service and save the purchase price of new shoes. Lethbridge Tire Repair Station F. B. MeKlnnen, Praprieior _ "fS 3, thoy made the Sfacleod leam hump ten Innings lo grab the bacon; Tho scare at Iho eml of the-'nln'th Warts ncdualh a wonderfu .game end with tight'support would have won by the shouldnt 'route. The Mocleod InlerrrtedlatM Will be ccenlly. feat w wces consisting ot Un Talnler, Mra Mob- Mrs Nr, McColl, 'Mrs Vlcherj, Myers, Mrs Ibv, Wilson nto the.hole on the carry. Jack'-Mackie. the Iriwoeil iorial, explained the other day ht-w II was lhat the .fifteenth hold had Men englher.nd from 133 (o 160 yards'' It eerns that hot long since ph Op- penhelmcr, a Class B man, made the icle in one, ami he proce'eded to add lo the committee's by de- claring that tho hole was a even threatening to repeat (he porfor- mance. It was shortly afterward that ,ho lee was pushed hack. Acting along slmllarvlInOB of pfc- caallon, the Inwooil handicap com' miltee, so the story proceeded la clip the wingsnl p precocious jncro her who showed a complete disregard for par by makng ihe hole In 2 Tho'illalancC Is 350 and li A Arnold "did the trkk A later Ins 'cammltfto cut his handicap four strokes, presumably on llieory ihftt'a map who would t ]hty hole in 2, needed iiijtij nj in i a t inu Mrs Blue, des-rvfl ppuclal men lor their efforts In connection the exhibition fn the evening a fine program was provided by local talent, solos being rendered by Miss Anderson, Miss Vivian Holman and Miss Kathleen Rowley, r. duet by Mrs. Vlckery a.i.l Gretg, n quartetlo by Mrs Vlck ery, Mrs Phllps, Mrs. Orelg and Mr Bailoy, and rec'lallons by Miss ton (lusBill. and Miss Jan Malo An excellent address also on Commim ity' Building'' was delivered by Mr. 3 Harper Prowse. The lull prlw list of Iho exhibition will, we underkland, appear next weeV in the Taber Times The fallowing are the awards In In garden contests: r 1, Best arrango-i and cared for nom gVimds, 60 foat fronlago or ROM Toddj 2nd, Thos 'Philps Z, fiest arranged" and cared for hous "on frontage of BO (eel and 1 Kilmna vu v" acfe-lst, Mrs B 9. 2n Mts f W. Pawtll 3 Best arranged and cared lor inu graohdd, over 12 ac'6 In Mrs Ha'rdmer; Wallijr_ vdgctoblc When your Auto Cylinders and Pistons become Coated with Carbon fake your car to trie Graham Motor Co., and have the carbon burned out with acetyline. This is ihe only sure way of removing the carbon. E. A1NSWORTH, Mugger The 1919 Chevrolet has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company of Uniori Throw Your Old Tires and Tabes in Our Red ;