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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST 2fr MS BRINGING UP FATHER y G MeMatttij ttl MOST AT THt VWHERE THt ARE i COOLO Af40 The Sport Page BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL 80 41 New 67 51 63 56 60 SS 54 63 61 66 50 63 Louis 43 73 and Cincinnati divided a double header to Chicago winning the first 7 to 5 and losing the second 9 to Score First 11 1 11 2 Luque and Archer Vaughn and Second 15 0 8 3 Mitchell and Wlngo Martin and won the last game of the season on homo grounds today by defeating New York S to Score New 12 0 16 1 tPerritt and McCar iy Grimes and Louis not closed its home season today by de feating Cleveland one to Score 6 0 PMiladalpbia 6 0 Enztnann and ONeill Watson and I New Louis feated New York 4 to 2 today in the last game of the season between these Score 6 1 New 8 0 Davenport and Severoid Sanders and not INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark 4 Buffalo Binghampton 0 Rochester No others READEM CAREFULLY Duck Season Opens Monday Open Season For Prairie Chicken In October AMERICAN Boston 71 49 Washington 69 53 Cleveland 54 New York 57 58 56 Chicago 55 64 Detroit 52 67 Philadelphia 60 71 Jones held Detroit to three hits today and Bos ton won 3 to Score 3 1 8 1 Dauss Spencer Jones and WE BOIL EM We boil your radiator in a preparation that thoroughly cleanses matopg iteasy to dis cover and fix We are better equipped in this way than the only boiling outfit in the dis ANDY The Radiator Man Rtar Dallas Hotel Upstairs PalaceGarage SECOND HAND CARS FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cook E Peck 90S Second 666 Canadas lightweight is coining east In a letter to the Herald he states that he will leave very and he wants to appear in Hamilton again just to show the natives that he is a much better boy than he appeared to be when he fought Yonng Cloriie has not been doing any box ing for the last Jew because of an injured but he says itis mending rapidly and that hell soon be able to get into action He has a couple of bouts on in the but this way as soon as be fills those He has an offer freta Toronto to meet Frankie which he buthe wants to appear here Itwouldnt be a bad idea to match Tait and Bull for The Brown the large pulp and paper who have a number of mills throughout Canada and the United are about to start work on a paper mill at where they already have a large pulp 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 A REPAIRING By Experienced AH work Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th 8t Billion Mllla We have a few Odd Lines of Casings Which we wish to clear out before our fall stock arrives While they we will eel as listed below 3 Traction each 1 Special 1 Traction 32x4 4 Dun Traction each i Plain each 0 32x4 each BUOU MOTOR THC HOUSE OF 8fBVICf Some time ago the Herald made the statement that the open season for prairie chicken this year would be the month of This is Prairie chicken will be fair game during the month Of and reports are that they are plenti The open season for ducks and geese starts Monday and all the nimrods are getting Here are soino extracts from the game regula tions Hunting over enclosed lands pro hibited without having obtained the consent of the owner or occupant The killing of animals under one year of age is No person shall place in cold stor age between March 1 and September 20 No person shall export any animal or or part mentioned in the Game Act without a permit from the minister of No person shall wilfully destroy or take the eggs of any game or other birds protected by the Game dog shall be used by anyone to hunt big The open season for shooting is as follows Mountain sheep and goat from September 1 to October TWO per Moose and caribou from No vember 1 to December One each per Ducks and geese from September 1 to December Thirty per day 200 per Prairie chicken from October I1 to Hungarian partridge from Octobar 1 to November Five per day 25 per mink or martin from Novem ber 1 to March Otter and muskrats from Novem ber 1 to April The shooting of swans and cranes Is now prohibited at all All short birds are now there being no open season therefore except for blackbellied Am erican golden Wilson greater yellow legs and yellow the open season for these birds be ing the same as for ducks and from 1 to December The killing of antelope and wapiti is absolutely pro No may he sold or placed in cold storage be tween March 1 and September WAR SPOILS GYM BUILT BY KID LEWIS IN PARIS Willie veteran New York who is making his living as a trainer and is 34 years He quit the ring about three years ago after a career of 15 He returned to the United States from Paris in 1914 and was matched with Al The imitation champion knocked him out in tho fifth In Lewis went to Havana to have go with Young Ahearnand announced that the 000 ho was to get for his bout would be the last money he would efirn in the Lewis went to Paris in 1909 and the boxing enthusiasts there thought he was about the greatest Lewis liked Paris and invented all his available cash in a fine He was doing a laud business teaching boxing to Parisian when the war put him out of business LOCAL BALL TEAM VISITS CARDSTON Lost Good Game By Score of Pitched For Leth bridge The Lethbrklee bali team invad ed Cardston yesterday afternoon and allowed the Curtiston to get revenue for the defeat ad ministered them In July by winning with a score of 7 to It was a good game all the with Rid path opposing the wellknown The fifteenyearold Leihbridge boy would have tied the Cardeton team had he receiv ed better support in a couple of but as t was the Cardston people saw a good brand of The score by ladings Lethbrldge Cardston CANTILLON WILL MANAGE TEAM To Remain With Minneapolis Club After Cantillon will remain manager of the Minneapo lie club when the American associa tion resumes George president of made the announcement rumors that Cantillon was being considered to pilot the will be With usif there is baseball next President Eeldon are fig uring on a team In the event of but if the war conditions next I do not believe there will be any fessional SERVICE STATION HENRY I DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 618 TAIT GJLAIFF is some months since Edmonton boxing fans had an opportunity to see Clonle Tait in in fact he has not appeared in a local ring since he administered the knockout punch to Johnny and took unto himself the Canadian lightweight Since that day in Medicine Hat the native son has appeared in nearly every city of importance on the con tinent save a boxing feast has been provided for the Laibor as Earl of the Empire has matched Tait and Kayo Claiff of Reglna for a ten round exhibition Claiff accept ed the terms by wire oh Monday and who has been rusticating on his farm at Lac reports that he is in the wellknown The bout will be held at the Empire on Monday next and there will be three good THE WORLDS SERIES ARRANGEMENTS STAND will be no change in tho schedule for the worlds unless Harry president of the Boston who protested against its alleged obtains the consent of the war department to arrange special President John of the American said to President himself a mem ber of the National commission which arranged the said it was drafted with tho distinct object of con forming with the governments trans portation The suggestion of the National com mission that players donate ten per of their share of the series re csipts to war met with prompt action witli the members of the Chicago champions of the National who unanimously voted to comply with the President Johnaon said he would do nate the alloied him by the com mission for his personal expenses to the charity HITS EM STRAIGHT AT FRITZ James the famous golf ing professional of the Walton Heath and five timoa winner of the has been called up for national survlce and is now being taught to make ac cording to a dispatch from Braid ia now 48 years and as a youth was a He has gone to a weasidn place to undergo an aprirenticosljlp to his pew tin MidSurrey profes wlio IniK alao been opeo cham piou on five hap Jaken up a position as a supervisor uider the navy and army The other member of the famuia trium Ilahy VardojkJwBt has six opens to his g also doing na tional spending most of his tiiMH in cultivating 4 large Ulfyt Jyiufes tho Totioridge golf WAS NOT KILLED Family Get Joyful Buildings Burn in the Town From Our Own Correspondent evening a stable belonging to Jordan on 20th Street East was burned and the largo concrete block the property of the caught from buildings were as a strong wind from the west was blowing at the Allthe other buddings near by were returned from England in charge of a number of invalided soldiers who have done their bit and are now Word was received from Ray Orler that he has landed and will arrive home in a few after which he will receive his dis Not Dead After All Early in and Luke Wood received word that their son was and later that he was killed in They now have re ceivedword from him in a hospital in Further word received by Hoodless that her who was reported wounded Is now serious ly ill from Four ot the brave Blood Indians who enlisted here are reported wound ed in recent Lewis Jeft Wednesday tot Hamilton and as Alberta representative of the society of the Methodist and will return about November Threshers and harvesters are very FLYWHEEL ENGINEER the six ton fly whfeelof a steam engine burst at Qualicum Bench on a fly ing fragment struck and instantly killed Stanley a young Vancouver in the presence of his wife and Johnson had been working for months in the erection tt the new mill of the Lnke Lumber company of which he was and the accident happened as the first timber was being FLETCHER LEADS CASUALTY PASSES Is Hit by Pitcher More Often Than Any Other National League Batsman Just as Max Carey of the Pirates can toe counted on to lead the National league in stealing so can Arthur of the be counted on to show the way in the senior organizations in ranking first in drawing casualty The New York shortstop was the pace setter in this respect in 1916 and and probably in the figures for that year being among the Fletcher is running quite true to form this season in qualifying as a baserunner In what might be termed the hardest the slang of the pro fession when a man is passed being that he gets on in the easiest Why Fletcher should collect so many Red Cross complimeutaries an nually is one of the puzzles of the since Arthur is not a good waiter and is more or less a first ball Fletcher seldom draws more than 25 passes in a season from the gunners last year he acquired 23 and be generally manages to get hit about twenty times in every cam He never has had to take any vacation because he was The number of men hit by pitched in the National league thus far Ibis season is New York getting 23 of these Red Cross passages to first 22 17 17 17 16 and Fletcher lays claim to almost half of the New York casualty having These are the men who have winged him of Cheney and Coombs of of ot ganders and of Pitts of ot of OUIMET SECOND Francis former national open golf turned in the second best gross score lu tlm ppen medal play at the country clur at Rock port His card was 84 and as his state handicap is plus two his net score was the seventh low It was his first itppearance in an amateur tournament in the east was from competition by the United Golf Associa Business part Jack the beat gross tin ajod g nit Wages are now four and a half and five dollars per day with Samples of wheat received from the machines at are and the yield Is surprising the owners of land In the larger yields Great demand for shooting licenses this All preparing for Monday September A farmer living a few cMIes from Macleod was nnsious to buy more land for his He was oered some near his home but refused He with his over Southern Al then northern and this week bought the blpck of land that he had He says we travelled far and found none so good as near Mac The header purchased by some farmers ndrth west of Macleod has been a great success in gathering the short Very It was left on the a saving of the stookers and bundle as it is gathered Into lines or stacks and threshed direct from the Much less straw Is thus and time is again ONEFOTJR NEWS Prom GUI Own Correspondent Rob ertson visited Uio Q Ranch has finished mowing on Windmill Flat and will stack his hay there fov the Current and the chil dren were over ifrom 25 Saturday Misses Tena Lindsay and Tllla Dun can picnicked yoaterrtny in the shado Coffees cabinettte in Where was Coffee One of our squatted on an abandoned hay limit on Lake Pa kowki recently and commenced cut ting A former claimant returned and by a serious gun display attempt ed to oust the The belli gerent and his gun were suppressed without damage to nnyono and our kielglibor is still removing the Alex Lindsay and Duncan went to Comery Tuesday and returned Wednesday with a They re port a rain at Comery Tuesday even real rain with thunder and and an opening of the hea vens that let down a deluge to the great blessing of the Comery The same evening only a smart show er fell at WAGE INCREASES in creases to all workers now receiving less than 78 cents an hour la t6 plants in the munitions and related indus tries at ed in an award of1 Otto pire chosen by the national war labor board to decide controversies between the companies and their TIRE TROUBLE every motorist We 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 we can fix them up so that they will give you months of service and save the purchase price ot new Lethbridge Tire Repair Station Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Phone 495 We Handle All Standard Tires and Buy First Class Repaired Your Storage Battery Is the Heart of Your Automobile NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OF LOSS OF MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN BE TRACED TO A POOR BAT THE GRAHAM MOTOR ARE WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW ONES Manager The 1919 Chevrolet has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank Throw Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box ;