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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 1018 By Me Mating BRINGING UP FATHER OT OUT TIMfe AT THE WINDOW LOCKED UP Page 11IN TAKES THE Plenty of Thrills For Crowd Noble Lets Locals Down With Four Hits Turin got revenge on Lethbridge on Saturday evening to the tune of 105 In an eleven innings It was a case of too much Noble plus outfield Noble let the local rew down with four hits in the eleven He pitched a beautiful atriking out In tbe 10th he took the bit between Ms teeth and struck out the side in a Young fifteen year old Wade Rldpath took the mound for Ha stood the gaff for five innings during the Turlnites collected nine hits tor five He pitched nice and will be worth watching during the next few Then tha old reliable Roger Lund came to the The locals were one down at the and for five Innings he set them back with three hits without a run being In the eleventh McLean in right let a fly ball get by and a hit produced a After this the big portsider eased up and five runs crossed the pan before the side was The heavy swatters of the visitors could do little with Lunds offerings while it was still With the score 5 to 0 against us In the fifth the locals went to bat and pil ed up four runs on one Arid it was Johnny Livingston who produced It on his first appearance of the After his experience of last year it looked as If Johnny were due for a hitless but as a matter of fact he was the only man of the locals who touched Nobles offerings safely more than In the fifth OConnor and Rldpath drew whilo Len Green got in the road of a Noble shoot for the second Then Ferko bound ed one off Jacksons glove and this followed by Livingstons hit scored four The game went along 5 to 4 until the ninth with Lund and Noble staging a prettv pitchers battle and the fielders on both sides working like Then Briggs determined to do or die and he Green first tip had popped to Brother Green at Brlegs bounced one at Brother Green at Short and a wild heave Briggs resting on And then hescooted for third and when Jackson let the ball go by him Briggs beat it for the plate and made it It was a daring bit of base running and tied Up the The LethbrWge side struck out in the 10th while Tur in was set down Then came the Hth when Turin staged a Altogether it was a very pretty game afad the first extra inn BASEBALL RESULTS THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TUBES STORAGE Cook Peck Second 665 c o 2 8b 6 2 2 4 1 J p 6 2 3 Ib 6 0 A cf 5 1 If 2 rf 6 1 2 2b 5 1 1 49 10 18 AB R H cf 4 1 0 2b 411 If 610 SB 400 Ib 5 0 2 rf 4 0 0 3b 4 0 1 c 4 1 0 p 1 1 0 p 3 0 0 101 2 4 130 11 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 5 S3 14 2 PO A E 100 540 000 260 12 1 1 101 320 800 110 020 AMERICAN Boston 47 33 New 43 35 Cleveland 46 38 41 40 38 39 Louis 37 39 Detroit 33 45 30 46 SATURDAY GAMES 6 2 New 11 1 Groom ONeill Love and 5 1 Washington 7 3 James and Stanage Harper and 12 1 7 2 Russell and Jacobs Bush and Ag wet SUNDAY GAMES July held the New York team to five hits while Cleveland hit New York pitch ers hard and the locals won 7 to Score New York S 2 12 2 Russell and Hannah Bagby and July made it three out of four from Washington by winning today 7 to Score 9 1 Washington 5 1 Boland and Stanage Hovlik and Nobfenien Have you amoked Noblemen cigar that it rich and thoroughly without being Made from uniform blend of tobacco and matured by natural lor many u F410 FATAL ACCIDENT NEAR RETLAW Taber On Afternoon lasb J well known farmer north of met with an accident which resulted his 9f While plow ing the plow struck throw ing Hart off and on the lever piercing his right He was brought to the Taber hospital and operated on by the injuries ware tooseri ous and he passed away on Monday at the age of 53 He Is sur vived by his widow and three and Youngs Tjie funeral took place Wed esday afternoon from the Roman 3athollc The body was taken o for PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP and Small 117 Third 38 5 4 33 16 2 Score by Innings Turin 210 000 18 2 Lethbridge 040 001 642 Summary Three base Jack Noble two Potter Koenan Koenan bases on off Noble off Ridpath off Lund 1 struck by Noble by Ridpath by Lund 7 hit by by Noble 3 double Hobbs to Livingston earned Turin Umpire Tommy NATIONAL 55 22 New 47 29 Pittsburg 37 37 35 40 34 40 Boston 34 43 30 46 Brooklyn 28 44 riCE STATION Proprietor of Batterlea Charged id Repaired tat Phone 816 DAMPENS SOX The drafting of Shortstop Everett Scott for army service is a severe blow to the Red Sox chances of com ing through a Scott has been putting up a great game for the Sox this Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY Hauler Shock for Ford 324 11th Street DOWLINQ HUTCHIN8ON SATURDAY GAMES First hlladelphia 693 9 1 Davis and Burns Packard and Second Philadelphia 12 0 10 1 Watson and Adams May and First game New York 8 3 10 1 Schupp and McCarty Coop er and Second 5 1 New York 9 1 Sanders and Archer Causey and First 10 0 5 0 Robertson and Miller Eller and Second 10 1 16 1 Robertson and Wheat Regan and 6 0 5 2 Canavan and Henry Vaughn and SUNDAY GAMES easily defeated Philadelphia 9 to 5 today Score Philadelphia 12 13 Oeschger and Burns Tyler and July hi Demaree hard in the first game of the series winning 9 to Score New York 8 16 Demaree and McCarty Ring ani July won tw from Louis Murphy hitting won the first that playo driving in four runs and scoring tw First 9 3 Nehf and Henry Ames and Gon Second Boston 14 1 10 1 Rudolph and Sher dcll and AMERICAN LINES mm FHOKT July Hondos strong lecture on food conservation to the delegates of the Seventhday Ad ventist conference was packed with valuable information on how live on lessmeat and on less Bonde is medical superintendent of the Alberta Sanitarium of and qualified to speak on the subject of foods and food The big cafe teria tent at the conference is run in accordance with his and food conservation Is in strict Food conservation requirements are a blessing in disguise to most said the Too much food is eaten especially too much Indeed if meat were discarded the health would be And it has been well said that it is perfectly safe to cut down on the con sumption of wheat if it is done in it may be done with no impairment to ADVANCE IN ALBANIA July troops In Albania continue to says an of ficial itatement Issued from Aus troHungarian headquarters Increased activity la noted on the Italian IMPEDE gr Garage for Quality Accessories and ERVICE wot IOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday Syracuse 3 Toronto Second 4 Tor onto Rochester 2 Buffalo First 2 Baltl mire 4 Balti more Sunday Jersey City 4 Newark Baltimore 3 BInghanipton Buffalo 4 Syracuse Second 1 Syracuse A GOOD SQUARE MEAL Made right and Served right by All White TheSilverGrill 4th th passing under withering fire from the German pro gressia being atayed by the ma chine The Americana and their French comrades have resisted the en emy to the utmost and are contin uing this character of CLOSE Word received here showed that the enemyalso launched an at tack east of but on the on that front on which the French and are fighting side by the posi are reported The Am erican machine here let the enemy come close to their and then opened a dead ly fire Into the advancing close for mations of TO DETACH July Immedi ate objective of the It Is considered probably Is to detach Rheims by capturing the hills which would protect their right flank on a further advance ACTIVITY IN July enemy artillery displayed activity In the region of Arras and on the Flan ders north of Bethune and In the Locre and Dlckebusch sec KATHERINE STINSON THERE Medicine July worlds greatest woman flyer and who has just completed the first long distance flight in Western Can will give an aeroplane flight at the Medicine Hat Fair and Thursday July the open ing A contract Involving a largo sum of money has been executed by Miss Stinson and manager of the Fair and Exhibition and this follows the policy of the Medi cine Hat fair board to secure the best regardless of the MI8KE BEAT GUNBOAT Jersey July of outfought Gunboat of New in all but the fifth round of a 10round bout here In the fifth Smith landed a number of effective Miske weighed 179 and Smith was a pound AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Saturday Minneapolis 3 Paul Toledo I Louisville Milwaukee 5 Kansas City Columbua 2 Indianapolis Second gameColumbus 1 In dianapolis Sunday Loulsvillo 1 Toledo Second game oulsviUe 2 Toledo Milwaukee 5 Kansas Qlty Second Q Kansas CMty Columbus 4 Indianapolis Second 2 In dianapolis j Paul 2 Minneapolis Second eam Paul I Min neapolis WHY NOT GO TO THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP WESTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADINQ A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 11th Elllton Florsheims WEAR THEIR NO FOOT COST LESS IN THE END In buying shoes remember that val is measured by the satisfaction re cived in fit and not bj he Hundreds thousands weai not you Price Louis Keel 818 FIFTH STREET HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FLOR8HEIM SHOE ELEVEN OLD BASEBALLS WILL MAKfc A SWEATER Eleven old baseballs ure going t keep some United States soldier warm next It cant be A few weeks ago a woman in th ast wrote prcslden if the asking if ol jaseballs would yield enough yarn to make He summoned his Miss Dorothy who is an expert at She took eleven balls washed and spliced the yarn and put together a sweater of weight and tex It Is twice as as the or dinary It took one whole Sunday to wind the yarn after washing Miss Hum mel It comes in shorl lengths in tto I had tc sew down a lot of ends after knitting waa There is no economy in this kind of a If ones time is worth Bui isnt it a pretty sveater Itls XM PAUL CLUB RESERVE PITCHER IS PRISONER Clifford former member ol the New York American pitching staff who la on the reserve list of the Paul i a captive in Markle was turned over to the Sainta last winter by the New York Ameri but no reoponse received from him when the Paul club sent him a Later on his name was carried on the casualty thus giv ing the Paul club the first Inkling of his In the list names of American sol diers who have been found in German prison camps is that of Clifford New Markle is interned at Limburg according to the announcement made by the war de partment In WNo Red Black TIRE SATISFACTION DISTRIBUTORS Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank During Stampede Week we will present each pur chaser of a new easing with a 1918 Road while they last ;