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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE AUGUST BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Manvie The Snort e BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Lost Bostan 70 48 Washington 69 53 68 53 New York 55 57 Louis 55 fil Chicago 55 84 Detroit 51 68 Philadelsila 49 70 York Louis de feated New York here today 2 to Score St 7 1 New 4 1 Davenport and Severold Keating and made a clean sweep of the series with Chicago by winning today 12 to Score 2 10 1 Washington 17 1 Clcotte and Devernier Hovllk and First pennant chances faded when the Ath letics woo the second game of to days double header 4 to Cleve land won the first game 5 to Scores Cleveland 11 2 Philadelphia 11 2 Coumbe and ONeill Adams and Second 6 1 Philadelphia 10 3 Bagby and ONeill Perry and took the first game of the series today sis to hitting Mays hard and Score Detroit 11 1 5 2 Cunningham and Spencer Mays and SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All of Batteries Charged and Repaired S11 7th Street Phone 616 WE BOIL EM We boll your radiator in a preparation that thoroughly cleanses making it easy to dis cover and fix are better equipped In this way than the only boiling outfit in the dis 5 ANDY The Radiator Man Rear Dallae Hotel Upstairs PalaceGarage SECOND HAND CARS FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cook E Peck 308 Second Phone 665 NATIONAL 79 New York 67 50 63 54 59 57 Brooklyn 53 63 61 66 Philadelphia 48 63 Louis 43 73 St York closed its last series of the season here by winning a double header 2 to 0 and 4 Scores New York 100 12 0 St Louis 5 0 Perritt and Rariden Packard and Second New York 013 12 0 010 3 2 Toney and Rariden Tuero and Philadelphia wet wet Others not INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Baltimore Buffalo Binghampton Toronto Second Tor onto Jersey City Hamilton Second City Hamil ton James first mayor of Sel and for years a well known druggjst of Is dead at Van He was in Selkirk during the construction and sent the first telegraph message of the Wires the orginal being in the possession of his Sinclair of I Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Phone 1023 324 11th Street Dowllng AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING eV REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th St Ellison Mills We have a few Odd Lines of Casings Which we wish to clear out before our tall stock While they we will sell as listed below 2 Traction 1 Special each Traction 32x4 each 4 Traction each 2 Plain each 6 BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE CLUB WILL I FOR CITY Next Friday Evening Will Be Last Shoot on The bid Grounds The Lethbridge Gun Club wilt hold Its first and last shoot of the season on Friday evening and incidentally it will be the last shoot the club will ever hold on the old south of the ball The City 50 tar for the possession of the big cup won last year by Harry will be shot After the championship there will be an open eligible to any World Series Opens 4 First Three Chicago New Algernon red headed kid from the everglades of Florida has firmly established him self as a member of the Giants hurl ing Cecil made a bold bid for fame several weeks ago with a num ber of well pitched one of whidh was a shutottt registered at the expense of the Immediate ly he slipped back a hit and blew rather alarm in one or two but fol lowing his work on the western tripi there is none who will dispute his claim to recognition as one of the best young boatmen the old league has seen in many a Pitcher by Cecil is a pitcher by instinct and nature fashioned him wellfor his Long of slender but power ful in with a keen a clear head and about as much nerve as any rookie has shown hereabouts in some He is well fitted for the task of baffling Opposing pitchers all look alike to He fears none of and if they dont exhibit a proper amount of re spect for he soon sets them in their The best of them dont get away with anything at the plate with for even if his proper name is hes a bad fellow to pick In Backwoods Cecil Algernon was born in Fort says he was 16 years old before he ever saw a railroad About a year or two he he first learned that real money was paid to men for playing a game which had alays been his fav His first engagement was with a team representing a nitrate plant near his from there he drifted to various semiprofessional teams around McGraw discovered him pitching for the Waco club of the Texas league in the spring of kept tabs on him through that season and bought him in the Last year he was farmed out to the Rochester club the International league where he traveled at a clip that convinced McGraw that he was ready for fast company first three games of the worlds baseball series will be played in starting September It was an nounced Sunday by President John son of the American The re maining it will be play ed on the home grounds ot the Ameri can league pennant winnfng War charities will share in the receipts of the championship President Johnson President Johnson also announced that the national commis sion would cable reports and features of each game to the American and Canadian troops George Hildebrand and Clarence Owen were the American league um pires appointed to officiate in the ser ies while the National league selected the veteran Hank ODay and Wil liam Details for the annual clas sic were announcedby President John son after official sanction for the games had been given by Secretary The as the result ot an appeal from the national baseball granted an extension of 15 days on the work or fight order as it affects professional baseball play so that the series could be Under the new players on the two contesting clubs must be engaged in some essential occupation by Sep tember Baseball is expected to contribute between and war charities under tho plan suggested by the natioial which agreed to donate 10 per ot its revenue from the series and recommended that each league as well as the contesting clubs participating and other contribute a like amount The national commission could not arbitrarily rule that the club oarers and leaguesmust grVe up a share of their receipts to war charities President Johnson but It recom mended contributionsto such worthy and he felt confident the recom mendations would be carried Basing his figures on the receipts of the 1917 he thought between and would be Because of the demand made upon the public for contributions for patri otic and also for the invest ment in Liberty bonds and thrift the commission decided to materially reduce the prices of admis sion in order to enable patrons to at tend the games at reasonable The price of box which a year ago sold for was reduced to Grandstand reserved seats sell fcr pavilion for and bleacher seats for Radical few radl changes will bo noted in the ar rangements for the holding of the coming world It is reported Lethbridge intermediates have a ball team that could give the senior a good game any old The other they went over to Macleod and though they lost 4 to they made the Macleod team hump itself for ten innings to grab the The score at the end of the ninth was Wadft liedpatb pitched a wonderful game and with tight support would have won by the shoutout The Maclnod will be that owing to the reduction of the admission charges the gate receipts will fall nearly 50 per umpires and all aside from who receive pecuniary benefits from tho postseason will have their compensation cut Jn The arrangement for the play ing of the first three games in Chi cago and the number necessary to de cide the winner in the American league club city will eliminate the usual interjty thus saving rail road fares and reducing the strain which would otherwise be imposed upon congested railroad Under the agreement reached by the two major leagues and the na tional committee last winter the play ers ot the winning and losing teams will and in place of the usual division of 60 per of the proceeds of the first four games providing the 60 per amounts to In case the 60 per falls below the figures the respective shares of the players participating shall be sche duled in the ration of Urn decrease in aggregate players revenue this year as compared to All players to take part in the series must have been eligible on Au gust in place of the usual August TheMist ot the eligible players of the Chicago National league club follows manager Turner Bar Paul Thomas Charles A Phil Max Claude Charles Otto William Kille fer Leslie Fred Robert Charles George George James William James Walker and Rollie a million golfers playing the game in the United it is not surprising that holes in ono are heard of every now and Just the same its an exceedingly mra occurrence for u ball to cover the dis tance entirely via tho air which was what that of a Yotingtakah Country Club member did The feat was accomplished while playing the short seventh only 140 yards Coodspeeds ball went into the hole on the Jack the Inwood profes explained the other day how it was that the fifteenth holehad been lengthened from 133 to 180 H scorns thnt not long since Joseph Op a Class B made the hole in and h proceeded to add to the committees discomfiture by de claring that the hole was a and even threatening to rspeat the perfor It was shortly afterward that tho tee was pushed Acting along similar lines ot pre the Inwood handicap com so the story proceeded to clip tho wings of a precocious mem ber who allowed a complete disregard or par by mukng the first hole In The distance is 350 and Arnold did the A tewdays the committee cut his handicap tour presumably on tils theory that a man who would makQ s 4 Jiole in ueudud Marker Best miners vegetable Clement Sorby Best soldiers wifes vegetable Serrle Paterson Huntrods carried oft the sweepstake We have only one criticism to ot ter and that is that the ladles ot the institute put next years prlxo list right away In the printers hands so that it may reach the public by next spring when the people are getting ready to Prize lists that are not out till a day or two before the exhibition are not of much use but to squander 1ST TO WIN 20 GAMES Cubs Husky LeftHander Makes Fine Jim the Cubs husky left is the first major league pitcher to win 20 games this Jims twentieth being a one hit shutout over the The Robins are the only Club in the lea gue to hold the bulge on beat ing him two games put ot while Jim has beaten the Cards five straight without a the Pirates three times with no the and Phillies three out of four games each and the Reds two in three It was the eighth scoreless victory Vaughn hurled this more than any other three on tha two oaoh on the and and one over the whllo Jim took a shutout defeat from the Giants and also one from the In winning 20 games Jim won four another run ot then seven and has won his last MANY LEAGUERS OVER DRAFT Long List of Players More Than 31 Years Here are major and minor league players who are more than 31 years old and can remain In baseball if opportunities are afforded Sal Tom Sherwood Ms Tom Chief Bender and Frank Goode Vios and Jack Phe Jack Jack Otis Barton Ilouck and Tom From Our Own CorreSDondMit sixth an nual Horticultural Exhibition was held in the curling rink on August and passpd off most suc Despite the dry season and the ravages wrought on some gardens by roaming and adventurous the number ot entries was greater than ever before and the quality ot the exhibits as good as any in the Among the largest exhibitors in flower department were Wal Hamraan and Fred and in the vegetable Norman Ann bal and The Womans under whose auspices the exhibition was had the rink tastefully decorat ed with flags and And throughout the afternoon and evening served ice cake and sand The executive of the consisting of Rob Wilson and deserve special men yon tor their efforts in connection with the In the evening a fine program was provided by local solos being rendered by Miss Miss Vivian Holman and Miss Kathleen a duet by Vickery and a quartette by Vick Greig and and recitations by Miss Fon tella Ruasell and Miss Jan An excellent address also on Commun ity Building was delivered by Harper The full prize list ot the exhibition we appear next week in tho Taber The following arfl the awards In the garden contests Best arranged and cared for house 50 foot frontage or Todd Best arranged and cared for house ground on frontage of 50 feet and 12 Huhtrods pest arranged and carei lor Uouse over 12 acre In Hammer f Dost vtiiutublc TIRE TROUBLE every motorist Wo can help you save on shoe bills if you patronize us for VULCANIZING Bring the tires and tubes that you thought damaged beyond repair to Ten to one wecan fix them up so that they will give you months of service and save the purchase price of new Lethbridge Tire Repair Station Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street Phone 495 SERVICE THAT SATISFIES We Handle All Standard Tires and Bay First Class Repaired with Carbon take your car to the Graham Motor and have the carbon burned out with This is the only sure way of removing the Manager The 1919 Chevrolet has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company Buck of Union Bank Throw Your Old and in Our Red Croat Box ;