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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ft 'PAGE SIX THE LETHBRlBiJE DALLY HERALD / WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1918 BOIG CARNIVAL Tif GlATllNEt OF BOXERS LOCALS TAKE TEN BOUTS STAGED AT NOON Here's good news for the boxing fans who are in the city for the Stampede. Since the proposed bout between Clonie Tait and Frankie Tucker fell through, the local promoters have been busy in an effort to get a good card lined up for this, the one biggest week in Southern Alberta's history. On Thursday (tomorrow) at noon, twelve o'clock sharp, at the Majestic Theatre, a six bout card will be staged. The bouts which will be fast and snappy, will go over the three, four, and six round route. The six rounder will be keenly contested between Terry Ryan of Lethbridge, and Young Anderson of St. Paul. Anderson is a comer in the lightweight division, and halls from St. Paul, where he has already made his mark in pugilistic circles. Being only over the six round distance, this will assuredly be full of action from the first gong. Both boys are in good condition. The Calgary papers speak very highly of THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE W. 8. Cook E. E. Ptek SOS Second Ave. 8.-Phono 66s Ryan's showing at "Kid" Scaler's recent exhibition in the "cow" town. Young MacLeod of Blainnore and George Kennedy the local boy will go over the three round route. Joe Stavro of Taber and Barney Allen of Vancouver will go the same distance. Young O'Hara of Calgary and Dave Cohen will go four rounds, and several other good preliminaries will be staged, and it is the intention of the promoters to give the fans a great big dollar's worth. Popular prices have been set at general . admission at "one buck" and reserved seats at one and a half. "Peanut" St. Clair, the Pacific Coast Lightweight Champ will referee. Now, there's the news, and it only remains for the fans to flock to the Majestic In their hundreds tomorrow noon, as they did last Stampede week when our own AI Ross slipped oiie over on the redoubtable "Norway Boy." The box offlce of the theatre is open all day for the sale of seats, and will be open on Thursday morning at ten o'clock sharp. The special ringside seats will be erected so as to ensure the comfort of the ringside fans. Get there early tomorrow morning and have a good time. The first bout will start at 12.15 sharp. PHONE 733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP 8he�� and Small Machinery. sit; Third Ave, Will STORACe^ BATTERY V ard SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Battertet Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 REAL SEES BIG TEAMS PLAY Montreal, July 2.3.-The Chicago Cubs will play the Boston Braves a regular scheduled game at Delorlmier Park here next Sunday at 3 o'clock. The net proceeds will be turned over for patriotic purposes, and it the at tendance warrants it, practically every team in the National and American League will, it is said, iplay in this city on Sundays. A tomato weighing 20 ounces was recently sold in Princeton, B.C., for 60 centfl. FAMOUS JACK SLAl, FIGHTER, VISITS LETHBRIOGE Lethbridge has a visitor ot more than ordinary interest, particularly in sporting circles, in the person of Jack Slavin, ex-middleweight champion of Australia and America, and a brother ot the famous Frank Slavin, heavyweight champion. Mr. Slavin is here with Mrs. Slavin on their way to San Francisco. They have been residents ot Calgary for some years. Incidentally Mr. Slavin is introducing hero his famous hair restorer, which has broughr relief and a great growth of hair to many a baUl-pated party. They are guests at the Lethbridge Hotel. Mr. Slavin Is a native Australian. For some years ho lived In South Africa previous to and during the war there, and had as his pupils in boxing General Botha, now premier ot South Africa, .".nd General Cronje, who In the war surrendered to the Cani-dians. He came to America and later to Calgary in 1S02, thence to the Klon-dyke, returning afterwards to the States. Some years ago he home-ster.dod the towasitc of Peace River, and Incidentally made a lot ot money in real estate. A few years ago he WEB rated at over $200,000. To-day he is-not so wealthy, but just as cheery. WORLD RECORDS BROKEN AT TOLEDO BARONS, SC0RE4-3 Third Extra-Inning Game in Succession on Local Diam-ond~Ridpath Pitches Good Ball BEHING FAILS TO One Harness and Two Running Races Staged-Moosup on bogey. WHY NOT dOTOnrHE SANITARY BARBER SHOP? WESTBROOk BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" � Central Repair Shop' ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTf.Y AND CAREFULLY. Hasslsr Shock Absorbers for Ford Cars. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbrldo*. Alts. W. H. Dowling, J. T. Hutohlnwn P.C ,.018 ,543 'Mi^ '.534 !.480 .459 .424 :4i9 New York, July 23.-^New York won the deciding game of the series from St. Louis hero today 4 to 1, The only run scored off Mogridge was due .to n home run by Davenport, Score: St. Louis......00i;()00,000-1 9 2 New York .. ., 0Q0,210,l0x-4 9 0 Davenport and NnQ^Oinker/ Mogridge and Hannah. Only American LoaJKiie game scheduled. INTEI^NATIO Baltimore 6, S;'fj[; Toronto 4,10, 0; t^r 2, 1, 4. City 0, o; a. A GOOD 'SQUARE' MEAL Made right and Served^ right by AU White Help. MMrill Cor. 4tli A Sth St. During Stampede Week we will pretent each purchaser of a new casing with a 1918 Road Guide. Baalim Motor Co. Back of Union Bank Throw Your Old Tires and Tiibes b Our Red Crbif Boxi � 94 ;