Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
/ PAGE SIX THE LETHDRIDGt uMT.i UbHALD FRIDAY, JULY 26,1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus DID ^OO CALL NO-OOT tMP��N,j'CMICKE:Hf THAT'S A ?>PRIN5 Cleveland........ 50 Washington ....... 4S New York ........ 46 Chicago .......... 40 St. Louis ........ 39 Detroit............ Philadelphia....... 36 CO 42 41 40 4u 47 50 PC. .fill .543 .535 .465 .453 .425 .419 Hill. One Mile Indian Race: 1, Donald. 2, Calling High. S, Tom Turn-Up-Nose. THE PAUCE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE- W. S. Geek E. E. Peek 308 Second Ave. S.-Phone 6�6 St. Louis, July 25.-Washington defeated St. Louis 1 to 0, in a fifteen inning game today and moved into third place. Foster's single, followed by Judge's second double, after two were out, scored the winning run. Johnson allowed but tour hits, and but one local puver got beyond second base. Score: Washington- 000,000,000,000.001-1 12 0 St. Louis- 000.000,000,000,000-0 4 1 W. Johnson and Ainsmith; Sothoron and Severoid. Chicago. July 25.-Gandll'a batting today enabled Chicago to defeat Boston, 4 to 2, iu the opening game of the series.* Gnndil made three hits, all figuring In the scoring. He drove In three runs and scored one himself. Score: Boston ........ 000,000,101-2 S 0 Chicago...... 010,001,02x-4 9 0 St. Louis......000 010 001-2 7 Xew York......001 020 OOx-:5 9 1 Amos, Doak and Gonzales; Perritt and McCarty. Second game: St. Louis .'. .. ..010 000 010-2 7 2 New York .....001 100 001 3 10 0 Moadows. Sherdeil and Gonzales; Causey and Hnriden. Brooklyn, July 25.-Brooklyn took both games of today's double header from Pittsburg, the first 10 to 0; and tho second 6 to 2. Scores: First game: Pittsburg ......000 000 000-0 1 2 Brooklyn......006 020 20.X-10 17 1 Slapnicka and Schmidt: Grimes and Wheat. Second game: Pittsburg ......000 100 001-2 !) 1 Brooklyn......OOOOOBCOx-6 11 0 Cooper and Schmidt; Coombe and Miller. Boston, July 2-5.-Cincinnati took both games today from Boston. 4 to 2 in eleven innings and 5 to 0. EUer Vulcan Takes Both; Shut Out Locals; Trim Cardston Vulcan came and saw and conquered yostordny. The champion ball team of Southern Alberta lived up to its reputation by defeating Cardston and Lethbridge on tho local grounds in the morning and afternoon games. It was simply a caso of too much Vulcan, professional vs amateur. The visitors won on their fielding and hitting. Their pitching was nothing wonderful, but the moundsmen received the support with the stick and in tho field that wins ball games. 9-0 defeat in tho evening, in a game that was good, bad and indifferent. Scoti: had a Sore arm from tho Chin game. The kinks had never gotten Ironotl out of it during the cold weather and the Vulcan team got four runs oft him in the first three Innings, after which he derricked himself in fp.vor of Roger Lund. The big Coal-dale portaidor wasn't hit freely, and struck out seven men. but some poor fielding behind him lot in five more counters. Brown was pitching for Vulcan, and pitched well. The locals Wild Bill Fortier of Western Canada | had several good chances to score League fame has a nice bunch of players in front of him when he stops behind tho plate, and he wins ball games regularly. The morning game with Cardston was a 7-2 affair, with Vulcan leading all iho way. At that there were many pretty innings during tho session, the last half of the game being as good as anything ever staged here. Vulcan tied the game up in a burglar proof held Boston to four hits in the opening! safe in the second whon they ran game. In the thirteenth, with one out. i four counters. They added one in in each the third, fourth and fifth, ending the scoring. Cardston grabbed off two in tho fourth when U. Thompson singled. Zeith got a three bagger to right, and Berg laid down an infield Lee Magee's grounder took a bad hop and broke Rawllng's nose. Rousch followed with a homo run over Cann-van's head in left field. George, a left hand from Columbus, ^ joined Boston today and pitched the! i.-j'^-'-j 7j;i,^--2oitir30o;-;d." Tho'ca'rd" =,^nnn'i/r?.^M?^ H^' f^l^l "^T^'^t'^'^"^ t^am hit the ball just as often as touching second before George could' 2- S'"" � homerun Into left cen-return to the bag. Blackburne then PHONE 733 FOR THE O.K. REPAIR SHOP Shotii and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. Mays and Schang; Russell Schalk. Detroit, July 25.-Detroit got out of eighth place in the standing by defeating Philadelphia 7 to 3, winning by bunching hits off Perry In three innings. Marty Kavanagh, a former member of the Tigers, returned today and played first base. Score: Philadelphia .... 210,000,000-3 7 1 Detroit...... 002,120,Ux-7 13 3 Perry, Adams and Perkins; Dauss and Stanage. New York-Cleveland, rala. threw to Chase, catching Herzog before he PouUl return to first. Scores: First game Cincinnati ..000 100 100 000 2-4 13 3 Boston .....nni 000 001 000 0-2 4 2 Eller and Wingo; Ragan and Wilson. Second game: ire. The batteries were Beazer and MoKenzie for Cardston and WilUford and For.tier for Vulcan. Williford is a southpaw who pitches pretty ball though he hasn't a world of stuff up his sleeve. Lethbridge went down to another but wero unlucky in tlie hits where they counted. Johnny Livlngst6u played short for tho locals, and fielded like a trojan. He took everything that came his way in real" professional style. Jackson played centre for the homo boys and made two of the finest running catches ever seen on the local grounds. The locals haven't played up to form in either of the last two games, but they have plenty of good playing in their systems yet. The line-up of tho morning game: Cardston-Mercer If, U. Thompson rf, Zeith ss. Berg 3b, Matkin lb. Cairn-cross 2b. L. Thompson cf, Beazor p, McKenzio c. Vulcan-Grey 2b, Godfrey 3b, Fortier c, Buckley ss, Schroeder rf, C. Starr If, Gibson cf, B. Starr lb, Williford p. The Vulcan line-up was the same in tho evening as In the morning game with the exception of Brown pitching and Godfrey who played short instead of third. Lethbriilgo lined up as follows: Jackson cf, Thompson rf, Ferko If, Berg 3b, Livingston ss, Briggs 2b, Potter lb, O'Connor c, Scott p, Lund p. ....201 200 000-6 12 1 .. ..000 000 000-0 7 G and Allen; George and service station henryTdenn Proprietor All Makes of Batterlet Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 816 NATIONAL "Won. Chicago........... 59 New York ........ 54 Pittsburg ......... 44 Cincinnati ........ 40 Philadelphia ...... 40 Boston............ 37 Brooklyn ......... 33 St. XoulB ........ S4 Lost. 28 33 41 44 45 50 39 52 P.O. .678 .621 .518 .476 .471 .425 .402 .395 New York, July 25.-The Giants won both games of a double header from St. Louis, both scores being 3 to 2. By hitting safely In both games. Young made a season's record by mak ing hits in twenty consecutive games. Foster of Washington has held tho record with twenty-one gamos. Scores: ^"�^ , Cincinnati 'Boston .. . Schneider Henry. Philade'phla. July 25.-Chicago and! first 10 to 5. and Chicago the second > 12 to 6. Errors In the first inning and : Cravath's home run in tho fifth, were : the deciding factors of the opening contest, while O'Farrel's circuit drive featured the second game. Scores: First game: Chicago......014 000 000-5 11 2 Philadelphia ____600 040 OOx-10 14 3 Douglas, Carter and O'Farrell; Watson, Hogg and Adams. Second game: Chicago.......310 021131-12 13 1 Philadelphia ... .000 003 300- 6 11 2 Hendrlx and Douglas and O'Farrell; Oeschger, Davies and Burns. �: o > � : : * > � � > � : o .J BOUTS CALLED OFF. ? - O ? ? INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE First game-Syracuse 5, 12, 5; Blnghampton 6, 6, 1. Second game-Syracuse 4, 9, 1; Blnghampton 5, 9, 1. Toronto-Jersey City game to be played later. Lieut. Oliver Ough, of Toronto, died from the effects of inhaling nitric acid fumes when firemen were called to mop up the acid after a gas container had broken. AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St S. Opp. Ellison Mills r i You will be missing a Good part of the Stampede IFYOUDONTSEE The Wonderful MITCHELL SIX AT OUR GARAGE BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OP SERVICE" See Andy If You Have Any Radiator Troubie! 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 your rad later. ANDY'S RADIATOR & REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS HOTEL (Upstairs) Owing to tho many counter attractions, resulting from the good weather, the prospective attendance at the boxing bouts advertised for Thursday noon ? looked so slim that they were ? called off. The promoters had > figured that It yesterday was ? another bad day the crowd > would be looking for some ex- ? citeraent in the city, and a ? good attendance would have > been the result. As it was ? the ball games and the stam- boxers did not go on. ? VETERANS EXHIBIT S FASCINATING Men's Fine Shirts "arrow" brand Skillful purchases brought this great quantity of men's summer shirts at a pricing which at this time denotes remarkable values. These shirts aro of woven madrases, some in heavy Russian cord, effects, some with mercerized and artificial silk stripes, and there is not a pattern among the almost endless variety which would not be classed as excellent. All sizes from 14 to 17 inch neck bands. $1.50 to $9.00 'AN SHIRT W; ILL FIT any occa^ sion just as well as it will fit any man DISMISS APPLICATIONS Toronto, July 25.-Following the decision of the supreme court of Canada. In the test case of Pte. Edward Grey, Chief Justice Sir William Nulock sitting in chambers at Osgoode Hall this afternoon dismissed 76 applications for writs of habeas corpus, made by Gordon Waldron, repreoentlng fifty men. and R. S. Coulter, of Cayuga, who appeared on beiialf of 26 of the applicants. i Majore P. H. CodvIUe, G. W. Mac-Parlane and Lieuts. C. B. Cowley and L. Scott are gazetted flying officers. Col. C. W. Ra�)say, Railways, and Lt A; V. Bvans go on duty at the war office. Lieuts. C. .1. Sutton and W, T. Wilson aro transferred to the Royal Engineers. Lieut. O. C. Toller re^ signs his commission. Lieut. A. D. Smith, Quebec, is dismissed by court martial. Llout. K. R. Green, artillery, has been cashiered. Llout. O L. Simpson Sherwoods, klllod, tor mcrly in the Canadians, was a lawyer at Macleod, Alta. ? PRINCE ARTHUR AT THE COAST Victoria, B.C., July 26.- Prince Arthur of Connaught devoted to-day to soldiers In training and in hospitals. In this district. This morning his .Royal Highness inspected military and naval oBtabllshmenta and this afternoon.he addressed a gathering of returned men from tho stops of tho parliament �building.'!, tiater In tho day he Is to make an Inspec-'tion of all tho rtotalla now within this section of the military district and ho will present tho military medal with bar to the mother of Private W. R. 8to-bart, who Is still serving at tUo front. . k The exhibit by the Great War Veterans is one of the most fascinating at the exhibition groimds. Dealing as It does with trophies of war, It is a subject that Is. of vital interest to every man, woman and child on the grounds. It Is hero that one forgets the pea'cofulness of Canada and enters Into the horrors of warfare, when gazing upon the death dealing instru-meats that are shown. There are horrible bayonets and swords of British, French, United States and German makes and gas helmets of all sorts from the poorly conatructed ones that were in use at the beginning of the war, to the most improved kinds of the present day, not to mention the German masks. The hand grenades, rifle grenades, and British and Ger man bombs help to make ono realize the horrors that these veterans have gone through for their country. There is a most elaborate display of regimental badges, a sample of Gorman war bread that "to be hated needs but to be seen," and all other sorts of trophies. A priceless curiosity is an ornament made from tho first German sholl to fall at Verdun. 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