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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THS flEKALD SATUKUAY, 'JOUt iyi5 UP FATHER" XNOV and Philadelphia up the series with Chicago the final game 3 to 2. Score Ihicago 6 7 5 Tyler and KUlifcr, Jacobs and Burns.' INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE 'Newark 0, Toronto 5. Second garner-Newark 2, Toron to 4 Rochester 4, Blnghampton 1. Second 0, Blng aampton Z. Syracuse 2, Baltimore 6 Lost P.C. S3 zy 670 55 33 .625 42 .512 SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All o a speed atlle as was ever on the ocal course EastervLfght 'came back njhe rain in the third heat and won easy mn225 Three run ing races staged The mila nd a new ace on "the "and was made Ihe good time "of 203, being won y Montana 'Par- ons' of leaned up In most lof tho running vents with his for Can brought oul aad wai The half mile da brad L two year olds bro [ve Alberta colte.t Frank. knowa contractor of Sarnla, and highly re- spected citizen Is dead. MUST FIND JOBS SEPTEMBER FIRST. Washington; July Bafcer'9 rulings -on- baseball- mean that professional base ball of draft age will have Until, September.! to find essential or- go in- to the army- The baseball man igo'-s apkcd to the tlraa October 15 The lime fixed by the secretary Is five weefcs -short of finish o! the major> league season. j. We ,Hope You Enjoyed the Stampede- and thank you for the business you have given us, you visit Lethbridge again, cobe in. We will be glad to see you. BUOU MOTOR PALLORS, LtD. "TMI Or 8tft' TRY ElProdnctoPerfedolSc El Innocible, U Ffcr de Engb, 2 for 25c, La Fraosa Perfccto lOc WHOLESALE REPRESENTATIVE WALUCE, LTD. THE ARCrtDE, LETHBRIDOE I heard a rather good v golf story iput. two.1 the way, -this golf .'story I have ever earU; they as a role hit the canny goes'that Ikej-and j'paliwere having a friendly game id having small bets on the different oles On placing To the last hole, they tarted.all even, the bet was that the ser, to ray the .winner a trerelgn {10a) Both were bunkered front "of 'the green. getting cared with the thoughts of losliig his shillings, and being a stfateg ropped half a crown (2 to his opponents ball When his opponent cama to play he eked up the half crown and shouted Ikey, Ikey, see whal 1 found pick lat up, you lose the give me tie alt sovereign." Rule of Rolf No. 25, conditions of play in i part of the rule that when a All lie's: In a' haiard hothing .can be incjied or tooted, the' ballr must .be .ayej as it for breach rule In match plav, loss of hole Do on see the drift? Th'at is: even.better than the storj I know about the Kat ur and the half crown (Scotchman) 1 ona boss i DAVE.HUMEi wonvby Ann, IAW up Ca: Eoyd.'Wjs an [Ve furloifg erenl The details: 2.20 Pace, 2.15 Trot, Purie .aster t-ight. wned Tfj te Fran Kms'c} s '-fr hone owned by in the 1 2 Charlotte, Sask Hf S 1 lay Oalme, Bob Harriafeton Kahspel 3 iarland Mad, J t 2 3 Karen' Crest B H'tJo're'iand, New Dayton I, 4 4 Half Mile for Two-.Year-pUi Bred I Weitern Punt Anne A Jftapklln, Madeod Charles Klnsey, Raymond Meeks Meeki Bios, Raymonc Also ran, Kitty OyeVtoh and Utah seconds Five Furlong, Weitern Brtd Purse O. Lady, .7.'Franklin, Macleod Ed CWtonf Taber i Also Baldy. Time- 105 One Etghlfi" Handicap Belle Jj A Parsons, Po Bon, Mont Mack, Jr., Parsons, Polsoi -Lou Chas. Powell, Browoin, Mont Also ran, tort McLeod. lollese of. danidaj.'aiid; tho 'chlcl omnmnd ot all the cadets there, tliejiioud possessions ol a We t rh Canada'College old boy in 191-1 (-1) A number ol Western Canada :ollege old tibys are hlgbh success ol farmers (5) Some of the moat rapid pro- aotions In banks and business houses fallen to Western Canada Col- ege old boys In the last few years; WESTERN COLLEGE, CALGARY FIFTY .YEARS OF SERVICED IN THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE O On July" sir Edmund Walker will haye completed Iitt> years ol service In the Canadian Dank ol Commerce, and the, Canadian pub- k glr EJmund started his banking career in I be Hamilton branch of the CanidlfOL Commerce as a lunior clerk la IS58 (la saw service n leveral'ot the Banks branches, and In 1885 was appointed general manager Eleven years ago he was appointed president seftras 'fitting 1 thai on Sir Ed The most useful garment In Man's wardrobe Is his. Haln Coat. Other flarmcnls admit o( substitu- tion, hut nothing can takeltiie at the liain Coat No matter how well off you are In Overcoats We have a fina variety o! styles and choice variety'of rics fully guaranteed. The English Gaberdine cut Tho 'naw, and very smart Dalmncaan. The V Ralnburj- Cdats.lWe have the best Sain Coat a I money can buy. to Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET -x HOME OF FASHION- CRAFT .'CLOTHED THE FLORSHEIM SHOE t As rail, roads this week have been leading to Iho stampedo I am atrald golf will have to take a back seat, a! though I especl several of the prelim Inary ties In the hols competition will hove been played ofty nj lucky winners.at tho. But- ton were I have-not heard, although I under- stand several good ,'icorM were, re- turned. I was very to Macleod friends he-re last week tho fine eihlbltlon of golf Mr. Mackenzie gave waft fd think about My only regret that there wcro not more present to natch Ills' play It would pay who desires to get i few points on the hlrn ronnd thfl course and stiidy hfa'atylft and tho shota he playi vt he It a mint Interesting flayer and It U not very often one baa opportunltr of seeing a player oMili on oat The two retdrnsd 361 and 39-lofal flrit class jolf, vet I aeen t .Calgary's pioneer college ant chool on September i] thus .Its .fourteenth ear- It'.offersVeducatton and training or boys till they are ready for en ranee on'the study-of law, medicine arU, agrlcnlture. This" year -.marks two new depart ures In Ihls progressive institution ts; governing body will 'oUer severs scholarships ot the valce of fifty dol ars each. These scholarship will mean other- and more -.satlafact ory. methods of awarding than way ,of mere written .examinations. It-'will also open classes for.young I.e., .boys up to nine. year Of age.. Nearly every year since It opening, DrV MoHae, the principal aas rrefused boys under but special "department 'will 'fake charge ot boys hereafter Western SanadaA College has had Striking success in two .notable di- rections (1) Discipline in the b6j (2) Work, from the boy To servo these" fnds the college class maste-B.KCareful medical, Inspection, the very best physical work and culture at the hands of a highly trained exper.1 ana ex man who gives all his lime to the boys at (he college. .Fourteen years' experience western. boya'arid western 'con dtttons under the tame head has developed great advantages of sysler. and. organization. And just this rollf-go had tho same head since It orencd becnus" he had a broad education, Ii In Britain, and on-.the ion linen' of Ivurope, because of Iho lesd Ing business and professional men governing the college and financially Interested In It, nnd because of the Ittyaliy end aid of Us inany old boys It Is fn the best position to hold ant t raunda fiftieth anniversary that tho Bank -should hsne series of notes, especially as In design thej sei m Indicative'Of the artistic elde of Sir Edmund ..Walkers gifted per sonalftyr the-pasl various Canad- ian banks to be, distinguishable by portraits sketches of buildings, or something of this char tho the acter, the 'new Issuf of Canadian, BaVk'ot ('Commerce ftymbbllc dedlgns are of a marked artistic and .-much time and thought, as well as a high type of workmanship necessary in their production Only.the J500 and note- 'going Into the Wednesday next. The- whole series -however, will in pelent 16 do the notes, and about a year's' time has .been ne- cessary to' perfect each' .particular; ote r The remaining notes in too eerica willy three yesrc A description of the note might bo On the face of the note the main feature is a groupj (n centre Consisting of Mercury holding t the cadnceua, sup- ported on tho loft by'a gopdeaa rep presenting Architecture, and on th6 right goddess reprcai ing Invention and holding in hands tho flying machine The note is surrounded .by frame of Immortelles, fruits ant) rfnes The ot all thl of tho: consist of a (fectral group of Mercury and Ceres holding the BrIL 4 ent her I elude, In addition to Iho 00 and Ish crown over the seal ol the Bank, 00 notes, }20 00, JoO.OO and SlOOOOUhe whole Included In a frame, ot Im notes .Few bankihoie engravers are com- and' other'symbolic'ohjec- 'tlon. of his play, J looft Ing 6veti belter Sh nay us another featno fafMMo o'. icokiug a record (o hlin do- W ,fo maintain Its ioveled reputation To discipline In tho boy and work fronl the boy. this college's career m Seven wasters hutiJ red and forty ieren old boya Wo Invite you to our, popular house and believe wo can' pleaso yofl. WHITE COOKS IN THE CITY. TheSilverGpill Cor, 4th Ave A Mh St -i NEW TIRES, coat money and the beat of tfaert suffer from ptmc i treads, blisters Ami blo-A outs We can save you consider able oxpenac in tie way of mhbeV- 11 bring your tfrc troubles to vis t f The practical modem mett oJsIn Tn Yulcanizbigs wo employ, make every job entrusted to ua, durabw aai, r 'Ifljatlngty. Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station F B, McKlnnon, Proprietor1" 305 Slirth sr, Pfibde