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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 3t. 1918 DAItt WKBALII PAGE THREE" V r" >y Wellingtoq COHSERVE Trf T'BACCo SUPPLY PER W-SOLDIERS, BY NEWER BUW VHEREISA V ADDITIONAL SPORT the Tigers, quit to Gregg after hitting safely in seven games, in whfoh ho ot eight hits in 2G Attempts for .308. Allan Russell halted John Collins, hit Bare seven straight tames ana gotteu 10 Jilts ia 2S trials tor ,357. v Chicago, Aug. Tyrus HaymonU who this week ped frora the. spotlight of baseball in- to, the cliemfcal tiivision of the army, took with litm the'lSUS batting honors ,ol the American, League. As the.De- troit player stood bowing before ihe falling curt a iu of tlie game, famloin rcalfzeil that ho had tafeeti Ihest first honors every ycar.sIuceJ.Oia with the exception .of one season, >vhen in 1916, Ttia Speaker nosed htm out Cobb's according to figures released -today Is 377. Cobb, howevr, did not .excel in base stealing.tor SIs- ler, with a total of by "six over, Georgian. Chapman of Cleveland is 'sandwiched In between tli'em will! 35. Chapman" ntso-is Ing in sacrifices hitting with 34, while Sficao1 of; Boston, is close irp with 33 and Mclnnis, Shean's team mate, next v, Itft JO Hutli the TJoston star and Philadelphia, remain tie-' {or home run hlttirg with eleven Boston, 191S lead Hie league in club fie? flKgj with of-971, but is six' i In bat- ting runner njTiti the' league-Inibst- 260 1 Leading', -Detroit, 377; Sisler: St; Louis, -337; f Speaker, Cleveland, .321; Pipp, Xew York, 304, Wood, Clevelaiidr303; Baker fcow York, 301; Walker, Philadelphia, 338; ;-Hulh, Boston, 2J17; Uemntltt; Balling jhonors HI the National League race probably win'not he de- cided iiTilJI the fittnlvHanies of the sea- Ron Monday. Max Carey, ot is certain to finish the race with base stealing honors, lie. has 55 to his credit, while George Burns of New York, next In the list, has thirty-nine the leading sacrifice hlHer, Ills total of thirty-threo giving him a lead of flve over Molwitz In home ruir hilling Cravath of PhlU nuclphla; tops the list'with seven. Cincinnati lemls In (earn batting with 270 while Chicago'is second .with 267. Chicago 3s also secerv! in" fielding, New with 571, Leaning 3yn- 341; Rouscli, Cincinnati, 33S; Grch, 333; Holtoclicr, Chi- cago 320; J; C. 313; Merktc, Chi rago, 304; Hums; New 296; Young, New York, St. Louie, 292. world's goods. He is nt present teach- ing boxing in one ot lha, .big army utniost to help the hoys -get Into -fighting, condition and win ,the war. i .3. GASOLINE PRODUCTION TOUCHES NEW RECORD Jack Skclly Saj-p Old-Time Chumpions Outlived 'Big Glove Arlisls It strikes one .rather.forcibly-that most ot-the old baro-lmuckle cham- pions lived' louger tnan many or our big-glove titleliDlders'-UDder Queens- hury rules, says JiayUe the old gruelling battlers to a-finish let! a more simple, and healthy-exist- ence because, they .did not receive the big golden purses.of the, rnbdLrn glad- iators and were" a'nd pam- pered much ingh Jife and lur fi Such-old timers ns Jew Mace and others: were; not counted ut until limy reached old ge ot. SO 'years' !or more During the last year'Bob Fitzsim- ions, John L. Sullivan' and. ChaVley litchcll, three great weight Baker, after.a hutting rampage that endured nine games, before the firing of Dnnforth am awa> rather i sorld pcaths, so close to- ;c thcr, ere a great surprise to all ing followers, A few years dgo (he masterly- acksoit. hasty con- umption In. Gus.jlnhlin, M-r> near chamiiion, also died in 912, when, ho was. only -JO-years of ige Champions Who Died Early. Gallant Jack pcmpse> onl> about 34 years. of age passed away at Portland, Ore., from .the while man's plague. Stanley Ketchel 23 when he was killed by er A. Uipley, at ob'er 15 1910. Iko.'O'Nc'J-'.VIer, Georec DIxon, OaTis. I.es Darcy Terry iIcGovern all counted out b> the old death rc.iper long before their imc. But inoaL'of our ivhp iavo enjoyed a normal, clean" life, are still enjoying a and comfort- able existence, Champions Stilt on Earth. N'o one -would frijm Ills onlhftil nppcarancC and actions that Tim Corbelt has passed the 50 but gentlemanly James will he 52 of.age Sent, l.'.riexl. Cbrhett ia .a Vjcri'-busy actor these days, and has .galhero'd' in consider- ably moro coin -from his stagoiiicr formances" than he .ever 'did, by .his boxing itijthe Me always led 'a clean, athletic life nntl. enjivya his big. Income In a gentlemanly and liberal manner. .lim Jeffries Is probably the wealth- iest ot all the former big champions NEW.BLACK ROD -'f -i Tho production ot gasoline in April of this year waa the largest that the country has ever known. It was more than gal. greater than the >roduction in March and more .than greater than tlio output of Vjiril, 1317. The daily average Oucllon for April. 191S, was gal. According to just issued by e Bureau of .Alines, the stock of fy olino on hand at the'refineries April SO, 1317, .was gal., sr gal. less than was on lialld one month previous, hut.it was gal. greater than thr stock on hapd July .Crude oil production in April shotved a very slight view ot tlie fluclualions !n the pro- duction curve, Is almost negligible. The decrease amounted to only lOS.hbl. compared wilh tlie out- put tor March. The of crude 'produced in April constitutes ao output greater .by about IM. tlian tliat of February. The stock of erode on hand April 30th was great- than that'on hand at any other recent timd except llarcli 31st, 1918. The following tahle gives the amount ot crude and distillates on at re- fineries on April 30lh ami March 31st. Toial Total 3Iar. Crude run, bbi Oils purchased' to hd re-run, Ottawa, Aug.; Kouert Bor- den today formally handed to Lt.-Col, Chambers, gentleman usher of the Black Hod, the-Bla'jl; Hod which Is the gift to Canada of the United King- dom branch of the Empire Parliament- ary association. Sir Robert received the Black llod while overseas at a gathering attended'by tlie speakers of both houses of. the Kmpire parlia- ment. The Dlack Hod replaces the one destroyed in the (ire. Inset In it Is a British sovereign dated 1S04, the year 'Colonel Chambers assumed of- fice, .i gal Kerosene, gall- fuel, 354 205 3.696.S72 269.627.9CS SEALED T8NDBHS, addressed to the will be receiv- ed al Oilaa-ii iibon, on FHilay, the Jth October, 191S, for lhosconvey- ance of Mails, oil a pro- posed four yesrs, six limes ner week on the route Hardle- Tille and'LcthbridEq jtroni (he Post: iniormation ns to "conditions ot pro- icsed.Contract may be seen and blank orms of Tender be obtained .he-Post, Offices ot Ilanticville ami Leihbridgc.-and at.ilia office of tbe Posi OOice Inspector. D. A. BRUCB. .P.osl Post OScq jal Lube, gal. War, Ib. Coitp, ton Asphalt, ton 31 isc. gal: Kihlle through with IC'lilLvalid 3S IrlnUVfoV an aver ago of -.121 "Srabkcy" Jd0 Wooj was "Bullet'.'. Baslt, 'after a. bailing streak that. imleil (or: eight games, durlni which -Wood-punched gut 11 hlls I for an avoragd ot .393. Wrtilio Pipp, otter mauling all'sorl ot pitching straight qtil (our.-; trials to. 1-Mrilo Clcotle1 ibull." -WllUer during Ilia hilling smashoxl ,0'ul IS safe blows in 47 trips to for an average of 38J JRiCAU WOWt I I PHOIMt J DRAYING Of All Hindi WesternTransferCo, N Limited' P. R. FHONEt ofnw im MM THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all kinds. Agents lor tho i World Fatuous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty, 518 4th AVenve Box 334 Phooe 735 AUCTIONEER i Long experience in slock and farm machinery. Sales cd lii any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY r COALDALE, ALBERTA- For Dates and Rates: Call Dowslcy Lancf Letfv bridge. Phona J809 Freel Elliott Sheet Metal Works, Expert Hot Air jj' 171S WcrX MO 3t S, AlberU SPENCER AUTO LIVERY NIGHT. TRAIN OR.HOSPITAL! CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL'. CLOSED CAR PHONE Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H. LANGLEY, 408 2nd Avo. S. 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