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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SIX THE LETHPniDOk JULY BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Manna TOCO WANTED The Sport Page HEATS Homor Mac won in three straight fieats in the harness race at the fair and stampede The former Monarch formerly owned by McClain but now the property of Sklnnard of Medicine showed that he had the stuff in taking the trot in fairly easy fashion except in the last heat in he had to travel to win from Dewey driven by a regular old Uncle Toms Cabin Four horses The results Purae Homer Medicine Hat 1 1 1 Montana 2 2 3 Dewey Char 3 32 Red Moose Jaw 4 4 4 Six purse Montana Andrew Moat Also ran Billie and Lou One Mile Indian Race Calling Tom THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TUBES STORAGE Cook Peek 308 Second PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shea and Small S17 Third mim SERVICE STATION Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Lost 55 35 Cleveland 50 42 48 41 New York 46 40 Chicago 40 46 Louis 30 47 37 50 36 50 July de feated Louis 1 to in a fifteen inning game today and moved into third Fosters followed by Judges second after two were scored the winning Johnson allowed but four and but one local pltver got beyond sec ond Score 12 0 4 1 Johnson and Alnsmith Sothoron and July batting tqday enabled Chicago to defeat Bos 4 to lu the opening game of the Gandil made three all figuring in the He drove in three runs and scored one Score 8 0 9 0 Mays and Schang Russell July got out of eighth place in the standing by de feating Philadelphia 7 to winning by bunching hits off Perry in three Marty a former member of the returned today and played first Score 7 1 13 3 Adams and Perkins Dauss and New NATIONAL 59 28 54 33 New York Plttsburg 44 Cincinnati 40 Philadelphia 40 37 Brooklyn 33 Louto 34 41 44 45 50 39 52 New July Giants won both games of a double header from both scores being 3 to By bitting safely In both Young made a seasons record by mak ing hits In twenty consecutive Foster of Washington has held the record with twentyone Scores AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th 8t Ellison Mllle Vulcan Takes Both Shut Out Locals Trim Cardston You will be missing a Good part of the Stampede IFYOUDONTSEE The Wonderful MITCHELL SIX AT OUR GARAGE BUOU MOTOR PARLORS THK HOUSE OF SERVICf St 7 2 New 020 9 1 Doak and Qonzalcs Perritt and Second game Louis 7 2 New 3 10 0 Sherdell and Gonzales Causey and July took both games of todays double header from the first 10 to 0 and tho second 6 to Scores First game Pittsburg 1 2 020 20x10 17 1 Slapnicka and Schmidt Grimes and Second game Pittsburg 9 1 Brooklyn 11 0 Cooper and Schmidt Coombe and July took both games today from 4 to 2 in eleven innings and 5 to Eller held Boston to four hits in the opening In the with one Lee Magees grounder took a bad hop and broke Rawlings Rousch fol lowed with a homo run over Cana vans head in left a left hand from joined Boston today and pitched the second He was given miserable Cincinnati made fcwo double plays and a triple the latter com ing In the third Massey lined into Blackburnes the latter touching second before George could return to the Blackburne then threw to catching Herzog be fore he could return to Scores First game Cincinnati 3 Boston 000 001 000 4 2 Eller and Wingo Ragan and Wil Second game Cincinnati 1 7 6 Schneider and Allen George and July and Philadelphia divided a double header here the locals winning the first 10 to and Chicago the second 12 to Errors In the first inning and ravaths home run in tho were the deciding factors of the opening while OFarrels circuit drive featured the second Scores First game 11 2 Philadelphia 600 040 OOx10 14 3J Carter and OFarrell Wat Hogg and Second game Chicago 13 1 Philadelphia 11 2 Hendrix and Douglas and OFarrell Davles and Vulcan came and saw and conquer ed The champion ball team of Southern Alberta lived up to Its reputation by defeating Cardston and Lethbrldge on the local grounds in the morning and afternoon It was simply a caso of too much professional vs The visitors won on their fielding and hit Their pitching was nothing but the moundsmen re ceived the support with the stick and in the fleld that wins ball Wild Bill Fortier of Western Canada j League fame has a nice bunch of players in front of him when he stops behind the and he wins ball games The morning game with Cardston was a 72 with Vulcan leading all tho At thatthere were many pretty innings during the the last half of the game being as good as anything ever staged Vulcan tied the game up in a burglar proof safe in the second when they ran in four They added one in each the fourth and end ing the Cardston grabbed off two in the fourth when Thompson Zeith got a three bagger to and Berg laid down an infield j hit on Zeith The Card ston team hit the ball as often as did the but their fielding didnt stack up wth that of the nor In the last half of the Stan hit a homerun into left cen The batteries were Beazer and McKenzie for and Willlford and for Williford is a southpaw who pitches pretty ball though he hasnt a world of stuff up his Lethbrldge went down to another 90 defeat in tho in a game that was bad and Scott had a sore arm from the Chin The kinks had never gotten Ironed out of it during the cold wea ther and the Vulcan team got four runs off him In the first three af ter which he derricked himself in favor of Roger The big Coal dale portaider wasnt hit and struck out seven but some poor fielding behind him lot in five more Brown was pitching for Vul and pitched The locals had several good chances to score but were unlucky in the hits where they Johnny Llvlngstfin played short for the and fielded like a He took everything that came his way in real profes sional Jackson played centre for the home boys and made two of the finest running catches ever seen on the local The locals havent played up to form in either of the last two but they have plenty of good playing in their sys tems The lineup of the morning game Thompson Zeith Berg Matkln Cairn cross Thompson Beazer McKenzie Godfrey For tier Buckley Schroeder Starr Gibson Starr Willi ford The Vulcan lineup was the same in the evening as in the morning game with the exception of Brown pitching and Godfrey who played short instead of Lethbrldge lined up as follows Jackson Thompson Ferko Berg Liv ingston Briggs Potter OCon nor Scott Lund BOUTS CALLED INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE First 5 Binghampton Second 1 Binghampton TorontoJersey City game to be play ed Oliver of died from the effects of inhaling nitric acid fumes when firemen were called to mop up the acid after a gas container had See Andy If You Have Any Radiator Trouble When you come to the Fair see us about your radiator We can fix any radiator trouble and advise you an to getting service from your rad ANDYS RADIATOR REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS HOTEL Upstairs Owing to the many counter resulting from the good the prospective attendance at the boxing bouts advertised for Thursday noon looked so slim that they were called The promoters had figured that if yesterday was another bad day the crowd would be looking for some ex citement in the and a good attendance would have fr been the As it was the ball games and the stam pede proved too strong as ff counter attractions and the boxers did not go 4 DISMISS APPLICATIONS July the decision of the supreme court of In the test ease of Edward Chief Justice Sir William Nulock sitting in chamb ers at Osgoode Hall this afternoon dismissed 76 applications for writs of habeas made by Gordon representing fifty and of who appeared on behalf of 26 of the Majors Mac Farlane and and Scott are gazetted flying and A Evans go on duty at the war Sutton and Wilson are transferred to the Royal Toller re signs his is dismissed by a court ar has been Simpson for merly in the was a lawyer at PRINCE ARTHUR AT THE COAST July Prince Arthur of Connaught devoted today to soldiers In training and in hospitals in this This morning his Boyal Highness inspected tary and naval establishments and this address ed a gathering of returned men from the steps of the ment Later in the day he is to make an Inspec tlon of all the details now with in thin section of the military district and iic will present the military medal with bar to the mother of Private 8to who is still serving at the The exhibit by the Great War Vet erans is one of the most fascinating at the exhibition Dealing as it does with trophies of it is a subject that of vital interest to every woman and child on the It is here that one forgets the peacefulness of Canada and en ters Into the horrors of when gazing upon the death dealing instru ments that are There are hor rible bayonets and swords of United States and German makes and gas helmets of all sorts from the poorly constructed ones that in use at the beginning of the to the most Improved kinds of the present not to mention the German The hand rifle and British and Ger man bombs help to make ono realize the horrors that these veterans have gone through for their There IB a moat elaborate display of regi mental a sample of German war bread that to be hated needs but to be and all other sorts of A priceless curiosity is an ornament made from the first Ger man shell to fall at Can they be bought asked an They have been bought with the price of the blood of these and doubtless the only way they can be obtained is at the same price over No one who Is at all Interested in the present gigantic struggle will misa seeing MIGHT the night was cold and the air was Mothers with babes In their arras and with little children at their waited at the fair grounds for the The crowd was anxious to get and when the car a rush was The per sistent ones who had the physical strength made their way car rying with almost a few weaker and the car filled and passed A too held back and let the muss surge forv ard and fill a third and fourth while the little oueu still remained Surely it must be thoughtlessness on the part of our men and women Of a Gvnun A Germany it might be but Mens Fine Shirts ARROW BRAND Skillful purchases brought this great quantity of mens sum mer shirts at a pricing which at this time de notes remarkable val These shirts are of woven some in heavy Russian some with mercerized and artific ial silk and there Is not a pattern among the al most endless variety which would not be classed as ex All sizes from 14 to 17 inch neck to AN SHIRT W fi i ILL FIT any occa sion just as well as it will fit any man 318 FIFTH STREET HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE Do we hold that might is be cause It why send our splendid fel lows to fight that thing in Germany I beg to advise you that on ac count of the law of Alberta declaring that I was illegally drafted I am now at home to remain there until it is decided that I should return to bar We invite you to our popular eating house and believe we can please BEST WHITE COOKS IN THE TheSilverGrill 4th A 6th racks by the Supreme Court of Can Thus wrote a Daysland man In a letter received by Inspector Lind of the Corps of Military Police in While the iLewlg case was being heard he skipped from Vic toria Parks WHY NOT QO TO SANITARY BARBER SHOP Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Hassler Shock Absorbsrt for Ford Phone 1023 324 11th Street Hutchlnson Stampede Visitors We Carry a Complete Line of Automobile Accessories Tireiand CHAINS BE SURE AND VISIT FOR YOUR SUPPLIES Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank Throw Your Old Tirei and in Our Red Crow ;