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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'AGE SIX' THE LBTHBRIDGB DAILT HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1918 ^ "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. Mc Manns I I- BASEBALL RESULTS r^'ATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Chicago.......... SO 41 M2 >'ew York....... 67 51 ..ISS Pittsburg........ fiS 5G .529 Cincinnati...... GO t>S .uOS Brooklyn ........ .^4 Oil .41)2 Boston.......... 51 (iG .4.16 Philadelphia..... 5n BS ..^.",2 St. Louis......... 43 73 .371 Chicago, Aug. 2S.-Chicago and Cincinnati tlivlded a double header today, Chicago -winning the first 7 to '> and losing the second 9 to 0. Score: First gnnid- Cincinnati..... 002,200,001-5 11 1 Chicago...... 000,402.10x-7 11 2 Ltique and Archer; Vaughn and KiUlfer. Second game- Cincinnati..... 201,100,312-9 15 0 Chicago...... 000,000.000-0 8 3 Mitchell and Wingo; Martin and O'Farrell. Brooklyn, Avig. 28.-Brooklyn -won. the last game of the season On home grounds today by defeating Ne-.v York S to 7. Score; New Y'ork..... 000,301,100-7 12 0 Brooklyn...... 000,311,020-S 16 1 Causey, Veale, JPerritt and McCar-ty; Grimes and Miller. Boston-St. Louis not scheduled. AMERICAN Won. Lost. P.C. Boston .......... 71 49 .592 Washington ...... 69 53 .566 Cleveland....... 69 54 .561 New York...... 57 58 .496 St. Louis........ 56 63 .471 Chicago .......... 55 . 64 A'^i Detroit .... ...... 52 67 .437 Philadelphia ..... 50 71 .413 Boston. Aug. 28.-Sam Jones held Detroit to three hits today and Boston won 3 to 0. Score; Detroit....... 000,000,000-0 3 1 Boston .. .. ... lOO.OOO.aOx-3 8 1 Dauss and, Spencer; Jones and Agnew. We boll 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 Catgary-having the only boiling outfit in the district. ) / ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) Philadelphia. Aug. 28.-Philadelphia closed it.s home sca.son today by defeating Cleveland one to nothing. Score; Cleveland..... 000.000.000-0 6; 0' Philadjlphla .. . OOl.OOO.OOx-1 6 0 Enzmann and O'Neill; Watson and Perkins. New York, Aug. 28.-St. Louis de^ foated New York 4 to 2 today in the last game of the season between these clubs. Score; St. Louis...... 003,000.100-4 6 1 New York...... 000.100,100-2 8 0 Davenport and Soveroid; Sanders and Hannah. ' Washington-Chicago, not scheduled. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark 1. 4. 4; Buffalo 4. 6. 1. Binghampton S. 16, 0; Uochestcr 2, S, 5. (No others played). CLONIETAIIIS mi mm\m mmmmiu Duck Season Opens Monday - Open Season For Prairie Chicken in October Hamilton, Aug. 29-Clonie Tait, I Canada's lightweight champion, is coming east again. In a letter to the Herald he states that he will leave very soon, 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 Y'onng Erne." Clonie has not been doing any box-ing for the last few months, because of an injured hand, but he says it is mending rapidly and that he'U soon be able to get into action again. He has a couple of bouts on in the west, but will come this way as soon as he nils those dates. He has an offer from Toronto to meet Frankie Bull, which he will accept, but he wants to appear here Ilrst. It wouldn't be a bad Idea to match Tait and Bull tor Hamilton. The Brown corporation, the large pulp and paper manufacturers, who have a number of mills' throughout Canada and the United States, are about to start work on a $20,000,000 paper mill at Latu, Que., -where tUey already have a large pulp mill. I PalaceGarage SECOND HAND CARS POR SALE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W.S.Cook E.LPeck 308 Second Ave. 8.-Phone 66& Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories. Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Oowlina .OCALBALL VISITS CAROSTON Lost Good Game By Score of 7-3-Ridpatch Pitched For Leth bridge AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRINO By Experienced Workmen. AU work guaranteed..Special Equipment tor Rim Cut Bepalrs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St S. Opp. EMIaon Mlllt We have a few Odcl Lines of Casings Which we -wish to clear out before our fall stock arrives. \Vhll6 they last, we will sell as listed bolow: 2 only, Ounlop, Traction Tread, 30x3!/g ............ each $25.00 1 only. Duplop, Special Tread, 30x3 for national servlco and Is now being taught lo make munitions, according to u dispatch from London, England. Braid is now 48 years old, and as a youth was a joihor. Ho has gone to a iioaHiile place to undergo un apprenllcoslilp lo hlH n(}W duties, J. E. 'I'nylor, the .Mid-Surrey projos-slonal, who has also beon open ch"am" plon on five occasions, has taken up a position as .'i aupeiwiaor ii'adbr the navy ami arniy cantooja board. The other member ot the tanuiiis "triumvirate,". Harry Vardop^,iiiB, has six opens to his credit, Is" also doing na tiouul service, spending most ot his time in culUvatliig a, large ar^ ad-jolulns tho Tytlurklge golt course. ^ scarce. Wages arc now four and a half and five dollars per day wlUi hoard. Samples of wheat received from tho machines at worlc. are excellent, aad the yield Is surprising the owners ot land in the larger yields received. Groat demand for shooting licenses this week. All preparing for Monday next, September 2nd. A farmer living a few Piles from JIacIeod was anxious to buy more land for Ills stock. He was oered some near his home but refused U. He, with his wife, travelled over Southern Alberta, then northern Alberta, and this wook bought tho block ot land that ho had refused. Ho says "Ave travoUed far and found none so good ns near Macleod." The header purchased by some farmers north west ot Macleod has been a great succoss In gathering tho short grain. Very little. It any, was loft on tho ground, a saVlng of the twine, stooitcrs and bundle teams, as it is gathered Into lines or stacks and (hreshed direct from the stook. Much less straw is thus handled, and time Is again saved. FLYWHEEL BURST. ^tCILLS ENGINEER Vancouver, Aug. 28.-When Ihe six ton fly wheel of a steam engine burst at Qualicum Bench on Monday, a flying fragment struck and instantly killed Stanley G. Johnson, a young Vancouyer engineer, in the presence of his wife and family. ' .Mr. .lohnson had been working for months In the erection ot tho now mill of tiie Lake Lumber company of which he was president, and tho accident happened as tho first timber was bolng cut. ONEFOUR NEWS n-"rom Our Own Correapona'-ni) Onotour, Aug. 20.-.Mrs. J, J. Rob-crtaon vlsKod I ho Q Uanch FriiUiy. .las. Vv'etherolt has finished mov/iug on Windmill Flat and will stack his hay there for the present. .Mrs. D. N. Current and the children were over ifroni 2-5 Saturday afternoon. .Mlasn.s Tona Lindsay and Tlilo Duncan picnicked yesterday in tho shade ot J. i he was winged. The number of men hit by pitched 'i-iUs in the National league thus far this season Is 135, New York getting 23 ot these Red Cross passages to first; Brooklyn, 22; Boston, 17; St. Louis, 17; Pittsburg, 17; Chicago, 16; Philadelphia, 12, and Cincinnati, 11. Fletcher lays claim to almost half ot tho Now York casualty comps., having eleven. ^These are the men who have winged him: Crum, of Boston. Griner, Cheney and Coombs ot BroQklyn. Schneider, ol Glnclnnall. Hogg, of Philadelphia, Sanders and Slapnlcka, ot Pittsburg, Doak, of St, Louis, .Canavan, ot Boston. Cooper, ot Pittsburg. OUIMET SECOND BEST, Boston, Mass.-Lieutenant Francis Oulmet, former national open golt champion, turned In the second best gross score in tho qpen 18-l'olo medal play at tho country cluf at Rock-port Saturday, His card .'was 84 and as his statu handicap Is, plus two his not score was 86, the' seventh lowest. It was his first lippearance in an amateur tournaoiei^.t In the east ilnce.he was barred from competition by tlie x;nUed Stat�� Golf Association. .Oulmet's tormw business partner, Jack Sullivan, huA t|)e best Kross waavi^ un 82, ami u njjt fiMfyMi/iiii TIRE TROUBLE every motorist encounters. We can help you save on shoe bills if you patronize us for VULCANIZING Bring the tires and tubes that you thought damaged Ijeyond repair to us. Ton to one wo can tlx them up so that thoy will give you months of selwice and save the purchase price ot new shoes. Lethbrldge Tire & Repair Station SS3 F, B, McKlniwn, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 30S Sixth Street S. Lethbrldge, Alta. "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" Phone 495 We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 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 BATTER'.'. THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO. ARE WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES. BATTERIES RECHARGED, OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW ONES SOLD. E. AINSWORTH, Manager The 1919 Chevrdet 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 ?5330638 37?527 ;