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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LEtHfiRlDGE DAILY IlEf^ALD THURSDAY, .TULY.25, 1018 "BRINGING UP FATHER' "IS'""* 0 \ By G. McManus -ELAjSR KEV in my oc^o DOrfT ervaht% cotjn MV VfJNt C^tLAl^ AND :>ToUe ALL N'V W>Net� AND [BALL 0-1 Ball fans are expected to be out In force thl� evening for the game between Vulcan and Lethbrldge at the ball park. The Vulcan team it playing Cardston here at 11.30 this morning for the Southern Alberta championship. Vulcan won the tournament at the Hat stampede In easy fashion, and are generally considered the best team In the district, but Lethbridge will pitch Scott this evening at the even o'clock game and they should be able to give the Vulcan-liers a run for the money. A big crowd should be on deck. The game will start at seven o'clock. fans will be on hand. Most of the boxers are well known to the Lethbridge public. Kid Stafford, since his last appearance here, knocked out Young Saunders at Biairmore and has quite a reputation through the Crow, while the other contestants in the main goes also are all to the merry, A big s'.ampede crowd is expected to take In the bouts which will be over before the afternoon pro-gram^at the.park starts. BASEBA RESULTS ter accepted eleven chances, most of ihem difficult plays in deep field. Score: Brooklyn..... 010,000,000-1 6 1 Pittsburg.....OOO.OOl.lOx-3 9 0 Comstock and Schmidt; Marquard and M. Wheat. Everything ii In readiness for the big boxing carnival at noon today, when a galaxy of young fight artists will mix It at the Majestic. This is the first boxing bout since Cionie Tait and Neal Allison tangled here last Febru; ary to a monster crowd of ring THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OP ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE AMERICAN Won. Lost. P.C. Boston .......... 55 34 .618 Cleveland........ 50 42 .543 New York ....____ 46 40 .535 Washington ...... 4" 41 .534 St. Louis ........ 39 46 .459 Chicago ......... 39 .46 .453 Philadelphia...... 36 49 .424 Detroit......... 36 50 .419 No games scheduled lean League. In the Amer- INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE First game-Baltimore 8, 10, 3; Rochester 4, 7, 2. Second game-Rochester 9, 12, 5; Baltimore 7, 10, 4. First game-Buffalo 0, 2, 0; Newark 2, 7. 1. Second game-Buffalo 2, 7, 3; Newark 0, 4, 3. Toronto 7, 11, 0; Jersey City 1, 7. 1. ? CR Binghampton-Syracuse, postponed. ER IRilD LS' 0 CABINET SEVERELY 318 FIFTH STREET NATIONAL Won. .i..ost. P.C. Chicago .. .. ... 58 ^7 .684 New York .. ... 52 33 .612 Pittsburg ____ ... 44 39 .530 Philadelphia .. .. 39 44 .470 Cincinnati .... ... 38 44 .463 Boston ...... ... 37 48 .435 St. Louis .... ... 34 50 .405 Brooklyn .... ... 31 49 .388 Zurich, Switzerland, July 24.-The Tustrian cabinet headed by Dr. Von Seydler, which has just reetgned, was sharply criticized for the situation in Austria-Hungary in the course of the sitting of the Austrian lower house Friday. Deputy Pik said that; when Bohemia for months had receiVed no flour or bread and that PUsenliad ho food for ! the last fortnight, .starvation in the latter place has led to most laraehtablo consetiuences and the town had been placed permonently i mider martial law. deputy Seydler said that while the bread ration in, Vienna had been reduced one half there were districts in German Bohemia where the rations were only one fourth 'oi one sixth of that amount, and that at places where Lethbridge hall team hit the skids bread was distributed It was only last night and went down to Inglor- handed out in sllcjes. ;FQod Minister I ious defeat at the hands of Taber In | paul concluded a gloomy survey of the first appearance of our quondam j the situation with the remark that enemy here this year. It was a case j he viewed neither the fcreaent nor the The opposing ; future situation with optimism. He Weird Game at Ball Park Last Night-New Local Pitcher Sho>y8 Well W. S. Cook 308 Second Ave. S.- e. e. Peck -Phone 665 PHONE 733 FOR THE O.K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. New York, July 24.-St. Louis hit the local pitchers all over the field today and defeated New York 10 to 2. Score: St. Louis..... 300,310,030-10 16 1 New York..... 001,000,001- 2 4 3 Packard and Gonzales; Schupp, Ogden and McCarty, Gibson. Philadelphia, July 24.-Paskerl's home run In the sixth inning today helped Chicago to defeat Philadelphia 5 to 4. The home team rallied in the ninth, but the game ended with run-ners on second and third base with the score one run short of a tie. Score: Chicago .. .. .. 001,004.000-5 9 0 Philadelphia .. . 020,000,002-4 8 4 Vaughn and O'Farrell; Prendergast, Daviea and Bums. Boston, July 24.-Boston defeated Cincinnati today, 4 to 0. Score: Cincinnati .. .. 000,000,000-0 4 1 Boston....... 211,000,00.'C-4 7 0 Regan, Luque and Wlngo; Rudolph and Wilson. Brooklyn, July 24.-Pittsburg took the first game of the series from Brooklyn today, 3 to 1, mainly through Comatock'B effftectlveness and Caton's wonderful playing at short. The lat- of too much Tuftland. pitcher, who has usually been easy for the locals, had an assortment of curves and shoots last night that completely dazzled the local boys, and outside not getting any runs off him they couldn't hit him. making not more than five safe hits during the ^ nine innings. Young Potter, aj brother of the first baseman, pitched' for the locals and did very but; the boys were playing with futtered; fingers. The youngster has .je making of a good pitcher. He Struck out nine and pitched plenty good enough tor this league. Scott and O'Connor -will be the battery for the locals tonight. was only trying, he said, to avoid dangerous pessimism. iJCH WHEAT SERVICE STATION HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Maket of Batteries Charged nd Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 Canada's revenue from April 1 to Washington, July 24.-NearJy 300,-000,000 bushels of wheat are stored In Australia, the food administration was Informed to-day,,;Details of the guarantees surrounding 1918-19, wheat July 10 totalled $74,000,000, compared | harvest In Australia also were trans with ?G9,000,000''in the corresponding 1 niitted. period last year. > ? : : : : > "O- WANT JOHNSTON, Duluth, Minn., July 24.-Walter Johnston, the Washington baseball pitcher, was wired terms by the management of the Duluth baseball team of the Head of the Lakes-Mesaba circuit today. The telegram offered him at least $300 a game to pitch here, if organized baseball disbanda under the "work or fight" ruling. ? ? ? > ? ? ? The Australian government had guaranteed S3 cents a bushel and to this the Commonwealt'h 'has added 12 cents, making the price 95 cents to the producer. In Buenos Ayres, the cash price for wheat is $1.44 a bushel. Cash corn Is selling- there for fi2 cents a TDUshel. : > > : ' : : > :� AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment tor Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills AND DON'T FORGET That the Quality of Our Accessories is on a Par With Our Service. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE'? Any eeAndy You Have Radiator Trouble! When you come to the Fair see us about your radiator troubles. ^ We can fix any radiator trouble and advise you as to getting service from jrour radiator. ANDY'S RADIATOR & REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS hotel (Upstairs) HAD. AN ACCIDENT. Port Arthur, Ont., , July , 24.-The paE'ienger steamer I-liironio of the Northern Navigation Company, bound up the lakes, encountered difficulties near Passage Island last night by the blpwing out of a cylinder head. The passengers were transferred to an up-bound Canadian Pacific steamer which will arrive here to-night. The Huronlc Is being towed into port. luxburg ARRIVES. London, July 2\.-Count Von Lux burg, former German minister to At-gentlna, has arrived at Gothenbourg on the steamer on which he sailed from Buenoa Aires. July 9, according to a Copenhagen�tch to the Exchange Telegraph Company. The dispatch adds that Luxburg proceeded at once to Germany. ' - ! (From Our'Own Correspondent) Macleod, July 24.-The light show-era of the past (ew days have made many Smile, as these are in time to help tlie grain fill. In many places it Is Just past the blossom. The mois turo will materially aid in maturing the kernels.  ' The funeral of the -late P.' C. T. Maunsei|, who was drowned some days ago, was largely attended on Sunday afternoon, from the Church of England. ' Great preparations are going on for the Macleod fair, August 7th and 8tb. A good prize list and fine program will be given. Agent Gunn, of the Plegan reserve W08 a business visitor to Macleod Saturday. Wednesday will find many Macleod people at the Lethbridge fair and stampede. ' . Waterton Lakes Is nbw a favorite resort for Macleod people to spend the week-end. Plenty of fishing, bathing, climbing, and a nice' distance for Saturday evening run, good roads all the way, and good camping grounds when you arrive. COALDALK (From Our Own Corresnondcnt) Goaldal,e July 27.-Chief Hardy of Lethbridge gave a Tory Interesting and Instructive lecture last Sunday afternoon In the school auditorium, on the first aid and' home nursing courees.V^oaldale intends to organize � class this fall with Chief Hardy's j assistance. Great interest is already being shown by tha fact that a great number are anxious to become early members of the class. Miss Hunt-was appointed secretary and treaaurer of the organization. The plans are to have a mixed class and anybne desiring to take the course beginning the first of September, will Iclndly leave their names and a dollar with Miss Bozarth at the store which will cover the expenses of a text book and bandages. Messrs. P. Knapp and L. C. Peters and families returned Sunday from a few days' trip to the mountains. P. Lund shipped five .par loads of cattle last Wednesday to pastures In British Columbia. Miss Marguerite � Hunt, of .Iron Springs, spent the week end with friends in Coaldale. Spartan Ramsay left last week for a month in th6 mountains. The rainy weather Is responsible for the best of cars and chauffeurs losing Iheir heads and getting  "stuck" in miniature l^kes. Never mind, Hans, the Bun will shine again some day. V. M. Lockwood has' opened an Ice cream parlor and short order counter just west of the Coaldale store. Mrs. John Davidson Is enjoying a visit from her sister, Miss Sunderland, who recently arrived from II Unols; Many people from Coaldale are taking In the stampede at Lethbridge this week. ' Messrs". Morrill Bros, have shipped their sheep to the green pastures above the Pass. HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES AND THE FL0R8HEIM SHOE You'll fini' our stocks very largo, and composed of merchandise of the best quality. We protected ourselves In buying early, and Vo protect our customers by selling as we bought with -war advances cut out. These clothes are worth today at wholesale more than our retail prices. Young Men's Smart Suits Women's Club Friday, afternoon at her home on 33. Miss Eflie Waliac^ and her friends the Misses Livlngtoh and Smith of Lethbridge are enjoying cowboy life at the Blacktall Ranch. Thure Cfinlsons writes from Elk-water, wherp he.^iri-doing some work that there' Is np ;gras8 there/and the rancher has ^old, ^ii ^cattle. An election for the organization of the One f6At School District was held today. Twenty-two votes werg cast in favor of, the proposed dlstrlot. and Lively In color and stylp, new Norfolks, new double breasted models. Specially priced , ' $20, $25, $30, $35, $40 MEN'S FINE BUSINESS SUITS We are able to fit men of any figure, tall, stout, fat men, usually hard to fit. Perfectly tailored suits Im tweeds, worsteAa and silk ' mixtures. ;if �v'J $20, $25, $30, $35^$40, $45 DEPENDABLE BLUE SUITS Blue serges and soft weaves, pljiin and self stripes .The color is guaranteed fast blue indigo dye, full lined, and we have sizes to fit every figurd/Remarkable values. $20, $25, $30, $35, $40, $45 lilliillliliilH ONE FOUR NEWS (From Our Own Corre�Don(lant> One Four, July .9.-No rain yet-No mosquitoes-No crop. Jas. Wotherelt has dug a new well and obtained water at twtenty feet, Ed. Southward and William Hunter relumed from Lethpridge Wednesday. Mrs. David Ormston ent:Qrtalnod the We Invite you to our popular eating house aiid'helieve we can' please you. - ' BEST WHITE COOKS IN THE CITY. none against it. T. L. Duncan, August Flora and W. C. Trainer, were elected trustee,B and the proceedings reported to the Minister- ot Education for approval. Lieut.. Donald H. Charltqn, Sulphur Springs, Okla., and Lleut:^ Ivan Eugene C. InnerhoUUs, of Schenectady, JM.Y., were instantly killed at Taliaferro, Field, Texas, when their airplane fell In a spin. not ko Vo t1.e SANITARY BARBER SHOP? WE8TBR00,K BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" NEW TIRES cost money and oven the best of them suffer from punctures, worn treads, bliintors and blow outs. We can save you considerable expense in the way ot rubber bills If you bring your tire troubles to us. ' , The practical modern methods in Automobile Jat- ; Vulcanizing we employ, make every Job entrusted to us durable and iBBttnKly satlsfastory. e and Repair Station [iBKInnen, Preprlstor i.*th|irldo�i Alta. Phons 499 ntral Repair Shop A^L KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Hassler Shock Absorber* 'or Ford Cars. Phona023 324 11th Street South, Le�hbrldgs, Alta. , W. H. Dowling, J. T. Hutchinson Wlplt^llthAT ATI&74e8' We Carry a Complete Line of Automobile Accessoriei Tires and CHAINS BE SURE AND VISIT FOR YOUR SUPPUES Baalim Motor Co. Back of Union Bank Throw Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box. ;