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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUOUST 31, 1918 TfTK LKTHHRiDOB TfAmi nrn/Kin PAGE THREE ADDITIONAL SPORT TY COBB AGAIN Clilrngo, Aitg. 31.-Caiitnin Tynis Utiymonil Cobb, who llils week stoj)-ped flora tho spoUlght oC basol-all into tlio chemical (Uvision of tho army, took with hini tlie 1!>1S battins )ioiiorH , of tho American Lcukuo. As tho Do-troit player stood bowitiK before the fnlliiiK curtain of tho Kamc. fundoiji renllzed that lio had taken these first honors every year since J912 with the cxpoptlon of one season, viion in lOlfi, Trl8 Speaker nosed lilm out. Coh'o's iiveruKo, ucconV.nK to figures roloasod today is 377. Cobb, howovr, did not excel in ba.ie stcalin.? for Sis-lor, with a total o� 40, leads by six over the Georgian. Chapman of C'loYOiaiuI is sandivichcd in hetwecn Iheni witl\ 3fi. Chapman also is lead-ing hi sacrillco hitting with 31, while Shean of Ho.'itoii. is was only 23 when he was killed by Walter A. Dipley, at Conway, Mo., on October 1") 1010. Iko O'Ncii Wier, Oeorgo Dixon, Hoe Cans. I..es Dare/ and Terry McGovorn were all counted o>it by tho old death {-oaper long before their time. But most of our champions, who have enjoyed a normal, clean life, are still enjoying a healthy' and comfort-able existence. Champions Still on Earth. No one -woiild suppose, from his youthful appearance and actions that Jim Corbett has passed the .'50 mark, hut gentlemanly James will bo 52 years of .age Sept. 1 next. Corbett Is a very busy actor these days, and has gatiiered in considerably more coin from his stage por-t'ormancos than he over did by his boxing In tho arena. Ho has always led a clean, athletic life and. enjoys his big Income in a gentlemanly and liberal manner. Jim Jeffries is probably the wealthiest of all tho former big champions. Tie enjoys a fine opon-alr lite on his largo ranch near Los Angoles, Cal., and takes tho world very easy Indeed. Ho certainly can afford to do so in his prosperous condition. Johnson "in Bad" With U.S. Jack Johnson might also bo indulging himself with consldorahlo woallh If ho h.%d not transgressed against Undo Sam. Rut lie wont the hot-pace that so frequently vobs a man of his prowess and freedom, .lohnsou Is still an oxllo in Spain, pleading for a ohanco to return to his native land unmolested by tho law off ia., this : : > � : : : : : ? * o The production of gasolipo in April of this year was tho largest that the country has ever known. It was moro than 23,000,000 gal. greater than the production in March and more than .S0,000,000 greater than the output of yVpril, 1917. Tho dally average production for April, 1918, was 9,779,S72 gal. According to figure* just issued by tho Bureau of Mines, tho stock ot gasoline on band at the refineries on April 30, 1917, was i509,197,134 gal., or 17,185,2n2 gal, less than was on hand one month previous, but it was l(!3,997,y39 gal. greater than Uie stock on hand July 30th, 1917. Crude oil production in April showed a very slight drop which,, in view ot tho fluctuations in the production curve, is almost negligible. Tho decrease amounted to only 38,-lOS bbl. when compared with tho out-imt for March. The 26,201,554 bbl. of crude produced in April constitutes an output groatftr by about 4,000,000 bbl. than thot of February. Tho stock of crude on hand April 30th was greater than that on hand at any other recent timO except March 31st, 1918. The following table gives the amount of crude and distillates on hand at refineries on April 30th and March 31st. Total Total Apr. 30,-18 Mar. 31,'IS Crude run, bbl. 12,000,002 2G,239,�e2 Oils purchased to be ro-run, bbl; .......�... 954,205 3,(;9G,S72 Gasoline, gal.. 509.197,134 269,627,908 Kerosene, gal.. 393,527,476 151,228,007 Gas and fuel, Ottawa, Aug. 30.-Sir Robert Borden today form.-illy handeil to I.t.-Col. Chambers, gentlomiiii iislirr ot tho Black Hod, the Bl.nck Rod which ia tho gift to rjanadii of tiic TiiiU'd Kingdom branch ot the Empiric I'arliamenl-ary association. Sir liohert received the Black Rod while, ovcrs^-as at a gathering attended by tlu. spc.-xkors of both houses ot the i';iii[)iie parliu-niont. Tho Black Rod ri'places the one destroyed In the liro. Inset in it is a British sovereign dutod 1904, the year Colonel Chambers a.s.sumerl office. SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the Postmaster General, will bo received at Ottawa nuUl uoon, on Friday, the 4th October, 19J,s. for tho conveyance ot lYis Majesty's Mails, on a pro-; posed Contract for fimr years, six I'limos per week on tlin route Hardie-ville and Lothbrldgo from the Postmaster General's p^eas^irc. Printed notices containing- further information as to conditions ot pro-I iiosod Contract may be soon and blank torm.�i of Tender may be obtained at the Post Offices of llardiovilio and Lethbrldge and at tlio ollice of the Post Office Inspector. 1). A. BRUCE. Vast Office Inspector. Post Omco Inspcetoi's OlIlRo, Calgary, August-23, 1918. Ad 11 . NOTICE i.clhbridge. Alia,. Auir. 'M. V.'\'^. TKNDIORS will be received by llii , City of Letlibridgo ,ii[) to the l.Mli of! Sept. for nine uniioriiis tor Sr. Kail- i way Motornipn. The re(|\iiroiiii'nl that unii'orins must bo made in Letlibridgo is suspended. Spoe-il'ieations may bo had at the office ot the City Clerk, Lothbrldgo. M. I'RliE.MAX, Commissioner ot Public rtilities. Dr. A,T, Spankie M.D., CM, EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rdiup.s 121-122 New P. lUirns Building, Corner Sth Avit. and 211(1 St. Kawt, Calgary. Office, Phone M284S Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhii'tian Kyo, Kar, Nose and Throat riospital. New York City, � 1911-19M. Specialist to CalQary School Board gal. Lube, gal. . Wax, lb..... Coko, ton ... Asphalt, ton Misc. gal. . 471,044,479 587,985,804 144,383,212 69,308,351 151,228,317 13,109 101,328 248,260,551 43,957,019 44,248 58,901 9^,865,148 / -N Motorist Paradise Golf-Fishing Touring Get fresh vim for your war work-increaso your efficiency by a visit to cool, green, distinctive VICTORIA and wonderful Vancouver Island-a Eurc- ' pean tour in miniature. WRITE FOR INFORMATION PUBLICITV COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITl&H COLUMBIA IMPOUNDMENT NOTICE Xotico is hereby given under section 210 of tho Rural Municipality act that 1 large steer and 1 dry cow, steor is red and white; cow is light color. fcow is branded on right hip and on left hip. _ Steer . is branded 'on' loft ribs, and has largo horns. Wore impounded in the pound kept by the undersigned on tho S. W. H Sec. 18 Tp. 10, Rga. 14. W. M. 4 on 28th day ot August, 1918, . Dated at Purplo Springs this 2Sth day ot August, 1918. Ad P nOBT. IRVING. KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO, SMALL BUNCH OF CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE RIGHT. CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. i| Phone 1S92 710 Fifth Av�, 9, AUTO LIVERY Careful, courteous service. Cars suitable tor any weather. Special rales to steady cuslom-er.s or long trips. Phones: Day 1448 - Night FOR SALE-(Miscellaneous) (When Replying Mention Thu Hera"'!) FOR SALE-A bicycle lu good condition,_nt a jjurgain. Phone G.^5. 221-G POK SALE-Balco^hop. ^n~good min-in.g town. Pull ' equipiriont. Applv Box 81 Herald. ' 219-G FOR SALEl-Ford, best running order. Engine e.vtra powerful. Apply j Drawer 819, City.  217-G FOR SALE-Hand cart, suitable tor painters, laundrymon, etc., going cheap. Apply 214 20th St. north. __: _____217-C FOR SALE-2 ('ows and 4 Vomig steers. Cheap for cash. Also one dairy churn. Apply 1909 7th Ave. A. north. 219-G FOR SALE-Estay piano In good condition and gpod tone. $175. Owner leaving city. Apply 731 12th St. north. . ' .at-7-C Foil Sl'U^D}~'-Coni'7nts of vobmlng bouse aiKi rc'^rr'sl'iuent stand, cheap for cash. Aijply Box 08, Herald. 218-G Phone 1619 P.O. Box 805 CHARTERED AGGDUNTANTB EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING AUDITS, INVESTIGATIONS, SYSTEMS INSTALLED, INCOME TAX RETURNS, BUSINESS TAX RETURNS, BOOK-KEEPING, FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. RITCHIE PATERSON AND COMPANY (Successoi's to Henderson, Reid and Patersou) Rooms 5-6 Acadia Bldg. 612 Third Avenue S. Tractor Repairs Wo specialize In reboring gaa tractor cylinders, and fitting oversize pistons and rings. Wo havo In stock nt present oversize pistons for all,.popular makes ot gas tractord. Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. 21G 1st Ave. S. Phone 1732 i^,ELECTk3CAL/i\ FOR SALIO-Order your props and cedar posts and cordwood now. Delivered in short notice. Allen'Gehman, Caithness, B.C., about 20 milos west of Fernle. _ ______ _ ^^^"^ POI\ SALE^A" fi\v cholco^'ruifed White Collies. Price reasonable. Apply White Collie Mushroom Kennolls, 332 2nd St. south. -Mathews and Evanson. 219-G POIl SALE-Lumber. P.. Lund and i'Son carry everything In tho building line. Head offlco and-city yards, corner 3rd Avenue and 17th Street. Pliono 51C. P. O. Box 189, Lothbridge. 209-0 Mr. Seller, let me introduce you to Mr. Buyer Farm Land's, Live Stock and Implements a Specialty. Farm Lands Listed. Stock Handled on CommisiDlon ; Basis. a Geo. P. Porter AUCTIONEER PHONE 1692, 327 11TH STREET P, '-Ef HORIOGE FOR SALE-Contents of 17-roomed rooming house. Everything in good condition. Hoiiiio centrally located. Quick ralo necessary as party is leaving town by Sept. 1st. Apply or write 319 Sth Ave. S. Phone 127G. 217--G Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylindorfl rebored and refitted with new pistons. Gears and grates for all popular wakes of engines. G. Kischel Lessee of the Lethbrldge Iron Works. SUPPLIESyi AND AkL KINDS OP BLBfr PHONS MT 71* tr4 Av*. 6. CITY SECOND HAND STORE The place for Now and Second Hand Furniture, Coal Ranges a specialty. We Buy, Sell, Exchange and Loan Money on goods in our care, 406 Sth St. 8. Phono 1-128, Res, 7C8. 201-0 GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE GREENFIELD'S EXCHANGE. Gth St. south, (Next to Simpson's), Second hand furniiuro bought, sold or exchanged. Our motto: Uoasonablo prices and a squaro tloal. Givo us u trial. Phono 020. WADDINGTON, THE AUC TIONEER, BOTH SELLS AND BUYS FURNITURE. TIP TOP PRICiJ EITHER WAY. CON-SULT HIM BEFORE YOU SELL. PHONE 770, AFTER 6 P. M. 469. SPACIOUS SALES ROOMS AND STORAGE, S. O. E. BUILDING, lOTH ST.^J DRAYING Oi All Kinils WestcrnTransferCo. X LUnited MTIM-�, P. n. FrctaM Shin PHONIt Offlw .......... table* ......... y Nursing Mission PURE FRESiff MILK From tubercuIOBls-toatod cows -Anyone 'oqulrlng sueli mlllc' for babies' may do so dally. Thft mllK la free to those who cannot pay tor it, and at cost to tbose who can. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot aU kinds. Agents for the. World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a specialty. S18 4th Avenup Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER > Long exporlenco In stock and farm machinery. Sales conducted In any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY ^ COALDALE, ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Gall The Oowslcy Land Ayericy, Leth. bridge. Phone 1809 IRY A HERALD WANT AD. L. A. H. Roosa Baggage Transfer We meet all trains Day and Night. See us at Depot, or rhoim m LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPARTMENT OF AGRIOULTURE HAS OPENED A BUREAU IN THE . BOARD OF TRADE . OFFICES rr^:->' I. ETH BRIDGE -"?|?' To secure' and distribute farm labor. Farmers wlshlno to secure help should apply Immediately to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 - Freel & [lliott Sheet Metal Works Expert Hot Alp Furnae* |r ' Woric P>hone 1713 �30 6tK St 8. LethbrldflA, Alberta SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT, TRAIN OR HOSPITAL CALLS, LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP H, LANGLEY, Prqp-408 2nd Ave, S. Phone 1731 Next Fire Hall llSi dont WAR VETERAN .WHEN YOU ^lAVE A job to OFXeIR Sec> Veterans' CIui; Phone 372 r \ 1 'l CANADA FOOD BOARD jLICENSE NUMBER-2-01t 37?509 021169 ;