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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX' THE LETHBRIDGE DAO-t flERALD TIIUHSIUY, AUGUST 29, 1918 By G. McMahus RINGING UP FATHER AMD SHt SWD-MEN COCUX THAT '-----i K Kt THE. NOHTH I WHERE THE I COOLO RECITE FOREVER AND FOR The Sport Page RESULTS r.i-T 7" .I-ost. ;.41 ijXj'Hlsburg V 63' 55 -'5S. P.O. .563 .555 Philadelphia, Aug. Philadelphia closed Its homo season today by de- feating Cleveland., one to nothing. Score: Cleveland 6] 0 Philadelphia 1 '6; 0 Enzmarin ond O'Neill; Watson aad 1'eritos. Xcw York, Aug. St. Lonis fealed Xeiv York to 2 today in tie last game of the season between these St-i-cari G Davenport and Severoid; Sanders not scheduled. INTERKiTIONAI, LEAGUE 1'' I'' 4 1 C r i' "n't T" L 1, .j, 4, p, 1, .-BfOfbamptoia liochevter i .Cti J -Chicago m Cincinnati divided header tfr Chicago 'winning losing th6'3pcond-9 to 0. i r 6 Lost Good Game By Score of Duck Season Opens. Mfinday Open Season For Prairie: Chicken in October Eonie time age th a statement that the opl-n season for prairie th'i -aar wnuld be the' month of Jvovembef r M ,s incorrect Prairlo chicken >IH be fair Kam.8 jia.ing nioaU- o' October repwts are iLal piei-U ft.1 Ths open, for ducks ind .siam Mondav n it a3d ell toe nimroa nre getting r 3dj Jlere arc some extracts from the game regula tions: "Huntfcig lands pro- d without hnviog obtained tie cbnscat of (ho owner 6r thereof Tlie killing of anirtals under one year ot age 's prohibited 1 shall place IrLcoM ator age duck, snipe plover efc, jetween, March 1 and Septvuiber 20 BropHin ropn KV. ,1 1, E) and McCar- riallvea that he Is a niu'ch better boy' than be' appeared to be .when lie fpught Tpung Brno." been 'aping apy log ;for ihe_.'Jast-_JeW: because Pt.an injured hand, says it and IHatbe'll soon be able'to get action again. Hs'jiaa of bouts qn in (ha west, .tils, irar as soon as; hVifllls.thqs.p. dates'. He baa an offer meet Tranklc" Bull out "he, want: to Appear here v'lrirpoidn'fbe' I_____ Tatt :aiia; Ha'mmon. lo mfllch am Jones' lit-ld Detroit to-thre_e hits today and Bai- 3 0.- 3 1 S 1 .Jones. and tWE BOIL 'EM We-jjbofl yddr a preparation that thoroughly It, makiip g- it 'ea sy to dta-' corcr and fix ,We >rp bfettcr'cquipped in this vwiy .T than only boiling trictY witli board Sample's of 'teceived froiii tho nmchiRc'j'.at 'aro excellent, a'ad tie-yield- is surprising the owners of laud la Hie larger yields Great (temahd for 'shooting licenses this week. All 'preparing for Monday next, A Ifyjrig. a few rrines to buy'mbro land for his was peret! some near his Home, but refused it. He] with bis bbrta, lrivellcdjiver Southern. Al ONEFOTJR NEWS and took unto himself, the Canadian -llehtweigtit chanrpionshlp. Since thai daj In Medicine Hat Hie 1 to November per i--ive v" day, 2o mink or martin from -Jfovem ber I'to March 31. OUer and mufikrata from Novem ber 1 to April 30, "The shooting of swans anfl cranes is nowOrohJblled at all times. "Alt short birds protpcled, there being no open season therefore eicept for black-bellied plover. Am- erican golden. plorer, Wilson snipe, greater yellow legs and yellow legs, h6 open season for these -.birds be- ing the same.as for ducks.and geese, I.e., from .September (o. December 15. j "The klUEnr of beaver buffalo, clfv anlejope and wapiti la absolutely pro- TIRES OF ALL 8iZES VlflLCWIIZED By the1 liaj-ir66d RE-TREAOINQ REPAJRINQ By Kxpe'ricnced workmen. Al! work guaranteed..Special Bqalp-, 'dent for Rim Cut R.p, RrfjCHIE 13th Si S. Off, Elll.on Mlllt next "ire are fi (Fronl1 Oar Own Correspondent) .Macleod. Alif. cvenlr.g eUble belongfrip to Mr Joraan on 20th street East burnM and the iwrii-v rnncrulo b'ock bul'ding tui. prwsrt) of Ihe-PNTl causht (rein it; Doth 'biiildlnss veers as a atrotis wind from thr> at the tlinu All'the other buildings near In wern Ueut Hrad rfturrcd Irem Eng'ana in 01: a number ol involved koldiers "who have done bit and aru 1 ome Word .cas recsiveil from Bar Qrler that he baa ihnded and wtil arrive home in a faff atler fca TMH receive dis- charge Not Dead After All iu 1S1T, Jr JIrs Luke Wood received word that their sou was missing snd later that lis was dilled IP notion They non havo re cffiveu worll from hira in a hospital in Eag'and Further nord received by Mrs HCKldless that her liusbantl was recoricd wounded is now serious ty 11 from wounds Fonr 01 the brave Blood Indians ho erjiisted here are reported wound ed InTctent engagements Mrs Lewis left TVedncsday as Albtria rcprejuntativo of the W M 'society ol-the Methodist and return about 1st Threthere and harvesters are eV I ought tho block ot land that lie had refused Ho sajs we far tonud none as near Mac __ _ heifer "nuriJiaseti In of J. E. Coffee's cabinet t (a Coffco? in In the prosonre it his wife and iamil> Mr Johnson be'enlworMng for; raooths In the inill of Ute Lnke Lumber company ot which he ttas president, and tho accident happened FlEIdR LEADS native son has appeared evi.y city of importance in nearly the con Llnent savo Edmonton. a boxing feast has been provided for th? Labor day, as'Earl Woife, of tho Empire theatre, has matched.Tail and Kajo Claift of Regina for a ten round exhibition .accept- ed lite'.terms by wire oh Monday and Tail, 'who has been ruaUcatlng'bh'.hts farm at Lac Ste. Anne, reports :.tHat he is in the .well-known The bout will be held at ihe tmpfre on Slonday neit and there will be three good .preliminaries. "No dueX snipe, plover, etc., may be sold or placed In cold storage be- tween March 1 and Seplember-20." WAR SPOILS GYM BUILT BY KID LEWIS IN PARIS Willie Lewis, veteran Kew 'York middleweight, who is making his living as a trainer and manager, Is 31 years He dull the 'ring about Ihreo years ago after a career of 15 years. He returned lo (he United States from THE WORLD'S SERJES ARRANGEMENTS' STAND Chicago Aug .There will be no cbariso in Iho schedule for the world's series, unless Harry Frazee, president ol the Bo ton club who protested against its aliegeu unfairness.-pblalns consent of the war dqrtnrtme'pt to nge special President Jpbn: of the American' league, said to night President Johnson, 'JilmseK n tnem ber 01 the National cornrnlsfiion which drj'jingcd the srhc-tlule, said it was drafted with the distinct object of .con- forming with the government's 1 orlatlon rules isgcstion of the National conl Paris in 1914 nnd rnatclieil rolsston that players. donate len', per We Have a few Odd Lines of '.Which we wish'to, clear out before our fall stock arrives While they last, .we'wlll tell as listed below: frejrf, eath 1 OfiljT, Dwnlop, Social Trtii, 30xiyt................ each SS.fXJ Wx4 each .44.20 ,4 inly, Diihfop, Traillon Jtiti, 35x4 each' 4S.60 Pl'itii 3M i'.only, Flfetionf, eath 3S.OO Mdu McCoy. The Imitation champion knocked him out In tho; fiftn round. In February, 1915, Lewis''went to Havana.lo havo a go with -Young Ahearrr and announced that the 000 lie was lo get Tor his bout would be the last money he would cirn In Ihe ring. Lewis went to Paris in 1908 and the boxing enthusiasts there) thought he was.about ilia greatest ever. Lewis liked Paris arid all his available cash.In a nne gymnasium. He was doing a-lanJ olflce achlns boxing to Parisian bloods, whta tno him cut of busings cent, of their share ot Iho series re cilpts to war charities, met -wllh jroropt action with the members "o1 :he Chicago club, champions' of the lesyuo, unanimously lo comply with the suggestion. President Johnson said hn woutd'uo- nate the allotcd him by tho com mission for bis personal expenses-to the charity fund- SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprletii1 Atl Makes of Chjroe arid Repafred 311 7lh S. fkon: 5 HITS 'EM STRAIGHT AT James B. Uralil, ttift famous golt Ing profoaalonal ot the Walton HealU club.and five of: opiri championship, jiia been tailed up for national service anil it riow being laughl to makft.munllloils, ac cording to a dispatch from Ixmdon Fngland Hraia now 48 years old anil as a youth was a Joiner. gone to a seaside nlacft Lo-Itmlerg an apprenticeship to duties, J K Tartar tho Mid Surrty" atonal who hai hocn opeo ch'ara Dion on flvo occaslona, has taken ii a poslllon 315 i supervisor uidcr th navy jnd army canleon Ward 'Th other of tho Krrwti 'trimn Harr) has si opens to hli credit Is alsoaoliij n. tlonal service trending most of h tlno In n ofii M Jo'ufni (he Tolterldgc goll cilirjj s Hit b} Pitcher More Often Than Any Other National League Batsman Just aa Carey.- nli the Pirate ari be cmmtM on a dally to lear is National league in. stealing bases Arthur Fletcher, of the Giants counlcii on to show tUo way In senior organizaUona In ranking rst'in drawing casualty passes. Th YorK shortstop tho pace etter.'in this respect in 516 and 1917, and probably In 1015 figures-for. thai bslni mongr the nifssfng V Fletcher Is running Quito Irub ti orrh thfa seasoi In ciualifying as f ase-runncr In what'might bo lerraeii ao hardest way, tho slang of the pra easfon when ft "marT is .passed b. ]at'he gets on In the easiest way "AVny :Fletcher--should-collect _ lahy Pod Cross nn ually Is one of tlic puzzles of th since Arthur is nftt a gooc waiter find. Is more lets a firsl ills hitler. Fletcher seldom draw- more than 25 passes In a. season from he, gunners (last >ear ho acquire 3) and he ge lit about twenty times In every cam _ialen. ,110 never has had to take an vacation was .winged. The number of "men: hli-by. pitched JIM In the Natloial league thus far SMsiJn Is 135 York getting 3 ,o( theso Kc'd Cross passages tD liiili- Brooklyn, St. Louli 11, Plltsburg, W, Chicago 'blladclphla 12, and Cincinnati, 11 Fletcher lays claim 10 almost half New York casually comps. having elcfcn. aio the men whp.'have winged him: .Crum, pf Boston. Cheney and Coomba Of Brooklyn Schneider, of Cincinnati tiogg, of Philadelphia Sandero and -Slapnfctta, of Pitts- of SI. Urals Ca'havan, of Boston. Coojjer, of Pittsburg. OUIMET SECOND BEST. hostori, Francis Oulm'jt, former national open golt 'Jihplori, lurncd in the .second beat gross score In (ha o.pen isFolo mrdal play at tho country cln) at Rock port Salnrday Ills 6 instantly soong us tlruck and .illed Slsnlej G Jo'irson auj.presscd witliout- damage r, to riliyonp 'our tieighbor lo still the haj Alex LIndsa} ond T "U nuucinvent to Comery rursday artu revarocii with a b nder Tliej re- port i rain ot Coinei> Juesrtav ing a real rain thunder 1ud lightning ind in ot tho hea sens lhat !et deluge iu the great blessing "ot ibe Ofhiery district. The'samc evening only a smart shovs-: er fell at Gnefour WAGE: tNCftEASES Aug m ietseo to'all less tban.78 cents hour In fiS plantr the munitions and -related tries at Bridgeport Conn, are ed In aii award of'OUo M.-Eidlitz, um1 pire cbpsen by the national1 TrarJabos board lo decldo controversies between as the first timber boing cut the- companies arid the r employes TIRE TROUBLE motorist encounters We can help jou gave oti shoe bills if >ou patronize UB for VULCANIZING Bring UJG tires and tubes that you Ihought; damugert beyond repair.to us..Ten :io one no can'fIi them up so that Ihej Mill glvo vou months of apt] save the price ot new ahoea. Lethbridge Tire Repair Station F. B McKlnntn, froprieter OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street S Lethbr.dge, Phoni 495 v 'SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle AH Standard Tires and Tubes. Bay First CWRepaired Tires, up. Your Storage Battery Is the Heart of Your Automobile! NEGLECT.OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OF LOSS OF POWER. MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN BE TRACED TO A POOR BAT- THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO. ARE WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKE OF YOUR BATTERIES BATTERIES RECHARGED, OLD ONES SOLO I- ONES REBUILT. AND 'NEW E. AINSWORTH, Manager The 1919 Chevrdet has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company i Back of Union Bank Yonr OW Tires and Tnbe, in Our Red Crois ;