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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIQGE,, DAILY, HERALD SAtURbAY, ACGlJSt 3t, l9tR "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Mc Manns took the Giants fifty-seven minutes to play, they defeated Brooklyn 1 to 0 today. Score:, Brooklyn...... 000,000,000-0 2 n New York ...... 000.000,001-1 1 2 Cooinba and Miller; Perritt and RESULTS I Pittsburg-St. 1 grounds. Louis, postponed, wet NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Clilcago........ 82 43 .661 New York...... *!9 .575 Pittsburg....... M m .529 Cincinnati ...... 61 ' 60 .504 Brooklyn ......�. 54 65 .454 Philadelphia.....51 64 .443 Boston........ 52 07 .437 Bt. Louis....... 44 74 .373 Chicago, Aug. 30.-Cincinnati bunched hits behind Chicago's erratic fielding and shut out Chicago 5 to 0 today. Score: Cincinnati .. .. 002,002,001-5 11 0 Chicago...... 000,000,000-0 4 4 Mitchell and W'ingo; Walker and O'Farrell. Philadelphia, Aug. 30.-Philadelphia and Boston split a double header today, the locals taking the first one to nothing and Boston the second eight to three. Score: Boston....... 000,000,000-0 7 1 Philadelphia .. . 000,000,001-1 7 0 Rudolph and Wagner; Oeschger and Adams. Second game- Boston........ 000 011,321-8 12 0 Philadelphia . .. 000,000,300-3 11 4 Ragan and NVagner; Fortune, Jacobs and Devine. New Y'ork, Aug. 30-In one of the shortest games of the season, which AMERICAN Won. Lost. rsosiou......... 73 40 Cleveland...... "1 Washington..... 70 New York...... 58 St. Louis ........ 56 Chicago .......... 55 Detroit .. ..... .. 52 Philadelphia..... 51 54 54 59 63 64 69 73 P.C. .599 .568 .565 .496 .471 .462 .430 .411 mi MTTERV � ard service station henryTdenn Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 I was pleased to read in 'a Calgary dally last week that at a recent meeting of the Royal Canadian Golf Association, it WHS "decided to launch a big Red Cross campaign on tho golf links on Thanksgiving Day. Every club in the Dominion will- be asked to have some, sort of a competition or event, on that day, the proceeds to be devoted to the Red Cross. Boston, Aug. 30.-Carl Mays, qualified for the Iron-man class of honor by pitching and winning two full games of a double-header against Philadelphia, winning both games by the scores of 12 to 0 and 4 to 1. Boston needs but one more- win : out of its four remaining championship games to cinch the American league pennant. Scores: Philadelphia .. .. 000 000 000-P 9 S Boston.......233 002 20X-12 11 1 Johnson and McAvoy; Mays and Schang. Second game- Philadelphia .. .000100 000-1 3 1 Boston.......003 010 00X-4 5 2 Perry, Johnson and Perkins; Mays and Schang. Detroit, Aug. 30.-Cleveland' -woti both games oC a double header with Detroit today. Loose fielding by the home team marked both contests. Scores: Cleveland .....010 000 010-2 7 1 Detroit......000 000 001^1 4 4 Coveleskie and O'Neill; Cunningham and Spencer. Second game- Cleveland .....000 "00 110-4 6 1 Detroit.......010100 000-2 7 3 Bagby and O'Neill; Jones and Yelle. Washington, Aug. 30.-^Johnson held New York safe at all stages of today's game and Washington won 6 to 1. New York .. ..000 001000-1 5 2 Washington .. .302100 00x-6 12 1 PInneran and Hannah; Johnson and Ainsmith. No others scheduled. The idea is an excellent one, I think, and should meet with the hearty support of all golf club officials throughout the country. Last year the local club held a" competition, which was very successful, the entrance fees going to the Society, and if I remember correctly, a very respectable donation was handed over by Rx-Secretary Dawson. WE BOIL 'EM ' 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 CalgaVy-having the only boiling outfit in the district. 5 ANDY ''The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel (Upstairs) PalaceGarage SECOND HAND CARS SALE FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W. S. Cook E .E. Peck 308 Second Ave. 8.-Phone 665 INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Jersey City 3, 6, 3; Toronto 7, 9, 1. First game-Newark 4, 11, 4; Buffalo 2, 8, 3. Second game-Newark 4, 5, 3; Buffalo 1, 9, 2. Binghampton 5, 6, 1; Rochester 2, 9, 5. 1220 TORONTO NAMES ON LIST Toronto, Aug. 30.-From July 18 until this morning 1220 Toronto name* have appeared In the casualty lists issued from Ottawa. Of these 165 have been killed In action, 60 have died of wounds, 37 have been wounded and gassed, and 883 wojfnded. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood Systpm RE-TREAOINQ A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment (or Rim Cut Repairs. R. D.RITCHIE 208 13th'SL 8. Opp. Ellison Mills I hope to see it repeated this season and a larger sum raised it possible. It is for a noble cause and should have the whole-hearted support of every member of the club. �GE OPENS MO NDAYAl 4.30. WHOLEIOIWILL DRIVE ON DUCKS They can hardly wait, those hungry-eyed hunters who will go over the top tor the annual drive on the duck family Monda>^ morning about 4.30. And the war will be on in real earnest. Everybody is going somewhere to shoot on Monday. Eighteen-Mile Lake near Stirling, which has been leased by the Gun club Is always the favorite spot, and If you have secured the right to shoot there you have some good sport in sight. The water is rather low at the upper end of the lake and this may interfere with shooting until the lake fills as it is expected to do somewhat later in the season. At that this resort is alive with ducks and there will be a murderous barrage laid down there Monday. Many others are going to Chin to the lake in the coulee there. It you can locate a boat the sport will bo good at this place. Tyrell's Lake and Crow Indian Lake in the Warner country are said to be alive with ducks. The smaller lakes through the country are mostly dried up, and this is making for good sport at the big lakes. There is an added incentive to shoot game birds this fall. Besides the sport, the H. C. of L. enters Into the equation and there will not be many ducks wasted. Several market licenses have already been taken out by local nimrods and the restaurants are ready to absorb the surplus of the duck hunter's bag. Broke 48 Out of 50 With High Run of 30-Last Shoot at Old Traps Hup'cr McMillan is champion trap shot of the city for 1918. ' At the onlj shoot of the Lothbrldgo Gun club tc be staged this yoar, which wan held last night, ho broke 48 out of 50 birds, having u clear lead of four over Koss-lor and Shovor, who broke 44. Mc was not in it, compared with some of the greens, 'and-well, it is not a velvet pile carpet to play on these days. Dayton, Ohio, Aug. 31.-Jack Demp-sey, the leading heavyweight contender, wiio stopped Fred Fulton a tew weeks ago, stated here today that he is matched to fight Jess V/illard. The bout will be staged in Philadelphia and will take place on September 28. It was not stated Whether the match is for the world's championship. As it is to be held in Philadelphia it will undoubtedly be a six-round affair, but Uncle Sam has the Fulton-Dempsey match was only scheduled'to go eight rounds. There is a reason to believe that Wiliard would pc willing to risk his title in a six-round battle, as} he was willing to fight Fulton in ten-round states. Wiliard was very much disappointed that he did not have the chance to appear'in Chicago for the Salvation Army benefit two weeks ago. Dempsey's next bout is a four-round go with Willie Meehan in San Francisco on Labor day. They Got Here BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. When in Calgary last week I had the pleasure of meeting several of the St. Andrew's members, unfortunately, there was a breakdown in the weather and 1 was imable to play a round, but I received a hearty invitation lor a game on my next visit, the invitation was also extended to any members of the Lethbrldge Golf Club who should happen to lie in Calgary and have time to' visit the course. : : > : ? ? ? BALL TEAM WILL enter tourney The Lethbrldge ball team will try conclusions in a tournament with Diamond City and Coalhurst to be staged at Coalhurst on the holiday. The boys are confident they can bring home the bacon and are entering a strong team. Afternoon and evening games will be played. ? ? : ? ? : : : > � ? ? By RIngsldor Chicago, Aug. 31.-War has a way of changing things considerably, such as, for instance, the relative standing of the American army, in the eyes of the Germans before the present coimr ter offensive and sInce-:-and it hasn't left boxing alone, either. Days were when to box meant to learn the tango, and the fox trot, and the highland flng in order to duck your opponent. If you could side-step and dodge and get your arms well In the way of the other fellow's smashes you might push the game along tor 20 rounds or so, make the fellow who paid for a I)ox seat feel he'd received something for his money, and win the gratitude of the manager and money yourself. But since the war has started and put boxing right in the curricula at the training caraps alongside sharpshooting^ machine gun drill, and sticking the dummy Germans with the bayonet, things have changed considerably. For, while boxing is part of the daily bread of the fighting man, none of his feinting, dodging and sidestepping will go. In other words, your Uncle Sam believes in giving the United States soldier the idea that when he stiirts something he's got to go through with it. That means this - the American public has got a vision of real fight ing-when men go in, not to guard against the other fellow so much as to let the other fellow know there Is some one with fists In the ring. It's a new sfcnsat-ion for the audience-and they like it. So that when the war Is over not only will German autocracy b(^ knocked out of the ring of world politics, but also out of the boxing ring will go the old twenty-more-or-less round bouts, jund the game In America will continue to be a fast and furious one -because, under the new method, no one can last for a long go. And the people won't have anything else. ' World's Series at BAR O N S Lt^bor Day Monday, Sept. 2 Noblelord Vs. Barons at 10 a'clock, a.m. Carmancay vs. tiranum, at 1.30 %'cI6ck |k,m. ^ Winning Teams to Play Off in the Evening at 6.3C Purse �176:00; 1st, $75.00; 2nd, $SO.OO; Two Losers, $25.00 Each. ATHLETIC SPORTS 100 Yards Dash..................1st Prize $10; 2nd Prize $5.00 Wheelbarrow Race ...............Ist Prize 10; 2nd Prize 5.00 Boys' Race, under 12 ..............1st Prize j; 2nd Prize 2.50 Girls' Race, under 12......>........1st Prize 6; 2nd Prize 2.50 . HORSE RACES Half Mile Dash .................................1st $10; 2nd $5 One and a Half Mile Relay Race, 3 horses ..........1st 15; 2nd 10 AUTOMOBILE RACE-5 MILES 1sl Prize $25,00 2nd Prize $15.00 3rd Prize $10.00 Three Big Concerts LETHBRIDGE MILITARY BAND. MUSIC FROM 9.30 A.M.-8.30 P.M. BIG DANCE IN THE EVENING-NEED'S ORCHESTRA BARONS' BASEBALL CLUB Your Storage Battery is th& Heart of Your Automobile! ^lEGLECT of IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSES of LOSS of POWER. MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN BE TRACED.TO A POOR BAT- tery, the graham motor co. are well equipped to take CARE of YOUR batteries. � ,�"l�H^u BATTERIES RECHARGED, OLD ONES REBUILT ANo'new ones SOLD. I E. AINSWORTH, Manager Mr. Dallingall, Ist Street West, kindly presented a nice mashie for competition, which will go to the runner up In the Catitain'a Prize, the finaj competition of which will be played next week end, it Is pleasing to see and hear of the decided improve- "THC HOUSE OF SERVICE" Central Repair Sljbp ALL KINDS OP A^TO REPAIR WORK HANDLED RROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storaqe. Accessories. Batteries. Phone 1023 3^4 11th Street South, Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Cowling DON'T WAIT- send your cart around, here us soon as you notlcei sand bilBtors, punctures, worn treads or any tire troubles. Our expert methods of VULCANIZING renew the life of your tiros and give you many miles of extra service. We know our work and our prices will saliaty you. Lethbrldge Tire & Repair Station Fi> B. McKinnen, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street S. Lethbrldgf. Altp. s Phone 495 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle All Standard Tires and Tubei. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. The 1919 Chevrolet has Arrived ' SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank TKrow Your Old tires and tubes b Our Red Cross Box If/-. \ 7 2570 704729 272 ;