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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta X snt 1H1 HAIL glAi JCLt 1 i ii W FATHER 1 V By McManus The Sport Page FULIi LISTED Claimant of Heavyweight Title May Be Taken Into Custody July Ful the Minnesota claimant of the heavyweight pugilistic title has been classed as a delinquent In the draft and may be taken into custody here on advice of Chairman Henry Wise of local draft board 125 of New York it was learned tonight Fulton is matched to meet Jack Dempsey in an eightround bout here Saturday According to a letter received to day from Chairman Fulton fail el to appear before his local board for physical examination and by virtueOf this failure he is classed as a delin The Harrison board today to consider the case and decided to re fer it to the attorney Wise said Fulton had been placed in division class on the ground that he Is engaged in a non essential GO Y BARBER VSHOP WCSTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop THE PALACE GARAGE AND REPAIR SHOP QUICK AND SATISFACTORY FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TUBES STORAGE Cook Peck 308 Second 66S PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN Proprietor All Mlkis of Batteries Charged and Repaired 811 7th Street Phone 616 BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Boston 55 36 Cleveland 51 42 49 41 New York 46 41 Chicago 41 46 Louis 39 48 Detroit 38 50 36 51 July made it two straight fromBoston win ning Score 61 Chicago 200 Jones and Kinney and Agnew Ci cotte and July won the opening game frqm New York 8 to Wood made his debut as a sec ond baseman with suc ceeding who has been called to the national He per formed New 000 8 2 Cleveland 400 11 4 Love and Han nah Coveleskie and ONeill July Alt with the bases filled in the eleventh gave Detroit a 1 victory over Phila delphia Three passes filled the bases in the final Score Philadelphia 001 000 5 0 Detroit 000 000 10 0 Gregg and McAvby Boland and July by Shaw and Judge and a triple by Fos ter in the fifth inning today enabled Washington to defeat Louis 3 to Washington 020 10 4 Loulq 52 Shaw and Alnsmith Houck and NATIONAL Chicago 59 29 New 55 33 44 42 Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Hassler Shock for Ford v Phone 1023 324 11th Street Hutchlnton AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced AH work Special Equip ment for Rim Cut RITCHIE 208 13th 8t Billion Mllle We Hope You Enjoyed the and thank you for the business you have given When you visit Lethbridge come We will be gW to we BIJOU MOTOR THE HOUtE OF SERVICE Philadelphia 41 45 40 46 Boston 39 50 Brooklyn 34 53 New July York made it three out of four from Louis today winning the last 8 to Young of New York now has hit safely for twentythree consecutive Having been ordered to work or fight by the Louis draft Walter first baseman of New joined tho Steel League team at Score 7 5 New York 10 0 May and Gonzales Steele and Mc July de feated PJttstfurg today 4 to Score 6 0 Brooklyn 12 1 Sanders and Schmidt Cheney and Jjuly took both games today from the first 15 to and the second 12 to Score First game Cincinnati 594 14 1 and Gusto Nehf and Second Cincinnati 371 Boston 19 1 Wlngo McMil Ian Philadelphia July put pitched Tyler in a pitchers battle to day and Philadelphia up the series with Chicago by winning the final game 3 to Score 6 2 Philadelphia 7 5 Tyler v and Killifer Jacobs and INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark Toronto Second Toron to Rochester Binghampton Second Bing hampton Syracuse Baltimore 6 Frank a well known contractor of and highly re spected citizen is MUST FIND JOBS SEPTEMBER FIRST July Bakers rulings on baseball mean that professional bane ball players of draft age will have until September 1 to find essential or go in to the The baseball man agers asked to make the time October The time fixed by the secretary is five weeks short of tlie finish of the major league TRY ElProductoPerftctolSc El Producto La Flor de 2 lor La Fraoia Perfato lOc WHOLESALE REPRESENTATIVE THE IETHBRIDQC FAST TIME EVENT Second Heat in Pace is Won By May Online in The best time of the was made in the second Heat of the trot on Friday when May Owned by stopped out and beat the winner of the Easter in This was more than five seconds ahead of the time of the first the timers had quite a before they decided their watches not telling Easter Light took lead at the start of the race and it for the first three But on the back stretch Onllnes driver pulled and from there till the wire was reached there was as a speed battle as was ever on the local EastervLight came back in the rain in the third heat and won in easy Three run ning races also The mile and was a new race on the track was made in the good time of being won by Montana Belterswnetrby Pai1 of cleaned up in most I of the running events with his The half mile Inn for WesternCan ada two year olds Drought put five Souttaejni Alberta and was wonVby Ann KJnseya thf MB an ffre furlon The details Trot Purse Eaater 1 May Bob Kalispel rff 3 1 Garland Monarch 2 Raven1 New Dayton 4 Half Mile for Bred in Western CanaBaV Puree 1 Jane 2 Charles 3 Meeks Also Kitty Overtpn and Time 59 Five Western Canada Purse 2 McLeod 3 Ed Clifton i Also Lucille One and Mile Purse 1 Montana J Pol 2 Andrew 3 Lou Also Fort Time horseowned by winner in t 1 3 4 4 3 As all roads this week have been leading fo the stampede I am afraid golf wiir have to take a back al though I expect severalof the prelim inary ties in the hole competition will have been played Who the lucky winners of the But ton competitions were last week end I have not although I under stand several good scores were re I was very pleased to see our Macleod friends here again last week and the fine exhibition of golt Mackenzie gave was something to think My only regret was that there were not more of thdmembers present to watch his It would pay anyone who desires to get a few points on the game to follow him round tjie and study style and shots be an be is most Interesting player to watch and It Is not very often one has thp opportunity of seeing a player ofhis class 00 our The two a gores he returned 36 and first class yet from I haya seen of his I look fqrv ad to him do ing even ShoulfJ he na afele to pay us another same favorable dffnanionV he U cap able ol making a record tor the course that Ktlll bevery difficult to and To me it lias been a great pleasure to take part in the different gattes I have played with Arrangements are being made to hare a friendly interclub match be tween sides representing Macleod and Lethbridge some time during the month of so I hope the local players wtll get form In order that they will make fight when it does come I heard a rather good golf story about two the this It the first Jew golf story I have ever heard they as a rule hit the canny story goes that Ikeyand his pal were having a friendly game and having small bets On the different On playing to the last they started all the bet was that the loser was to pay the winner half a sovereign Both were bunkered in front of the getting scared with the thoughts of toeing his ten and being a strategist dropped half a crown 2 6 to bis opponents When Ills opponent cama to play he picked up the half crown and shouted see what I found very said you pick that you lose the give me the half Rule of Golf reads Re conditions of play in haz ards part of the rule la that when a ball lies in a hasard nothing can be touched or the ball must be played as it Penalty for breach of rule in match loss of Do yon see the drift That is even better than the story I know about the Kaf the half crown Scotchman I kona DAVE enlisted to battle for the Twelve of these have made su preme prizes and honors have at some of the best such as McGill and Al 3 The sword of the most coveted prize of Military College of aud tho chief command of all the cadets were the proud possessions of a ern Canada College old boy In 4 A number of Western Canada are highly success ful Some of the most rapid pro motions in banks and business houses have fallen to Western Canada Col lege old boys in the last few WESTERN CANADA CALGARY Calgarys pioneer boys college and school will reopen September 11 thus beginning its fourteenth H offers education and training for boys they are ready for en trance on the study of This year two new depart ures in this progressive institution its governing body will offer several scholarships of the value of fifty dol lars These scholarships will mean other and more ory methods of awarding than the old way of mere written It will also open classes young er boys up to nine years of Nearly every year since its the has refused boys under nine but a special department will take charge of such boys Western Sanada1 College has had striking success in two notable di rections 1 Discipline in the 2 from the To serve these ends the college high class careful medical and tho very best physical work and culture at the hands of a highly trained and exarray man who gives all his time to the boys at the Fourteen years experience with western boys and western con ditions under the same head haa developed great advantages of system and And just because this college has had tho same head since it because he had a broad education In in and on the con tinent of because of the lead ing business and professional men governing the college and financially Interested in and because of the loyalty and aid of its many old it is In the beet position to hold and maintain its coveted reputation for discipline in the boy and work the Here are some of the results of this colleges career 1 Seven masters two bund red and fortyseven old boys lvo We Invite you to our popular eating house and believe we can please l BEST WHITE COOKS IN THE TheSilverGif 4tli 4 FIFTY YEARS OF SERVICE IN THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE On July 24th Sir Edmund Walker will have fifty years of service In the Canadian Bank of Commerce and to the Canadian pub Sir Edmund started his banking career in the Hamilton branch of the Canudian Bank of Commerce as a junior clerk In saw service In neveral of the Banks and In 1886 was appointed general years ago he was appointed It seems on Sir Ed munds fiftieth anniversary that the Bank should Issue a new series of especially 03 In design they seum indicative of the artistic elde of Sir Edmund gifted per It hasbeen thecustom in the past for the notes of the various Canad ian banks to be distinguishable by of sketches of or something of this char but in the new issue of tho Canadian Bank of the fiymbblic are of a marked artistic and much time and as well as a high type of workmanship beep necessary in their Only the and notes will appear immediately first going into the Banks Issue on Wednesday The whole will In in to the and and t Few bank note engravers are com The most useful garment In a Mans wardrobe Is his Rain Other flarments admit of substitu but nothing can take tbe piece of the Rain No matter how well off you are In We have a fine variety of and a choice variety of fab rics fully The English Gaberdine The new and very smart The Ralnbury We have the best Rain Coots money can J3fl Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET HOME OF FASHION CRAFT and THE FLOR3HEIM SHOE petent to do the work upon the and about a years time has ne cessary to perfect each The remaining notes in the series will appear gradually during tho next three A description of the note might be cf On the face of the note the main feature is a in life centre consisting of Mercury holding the sup ported on the left by a goddess rep presenting and on th6 right goddess ing and holding In her hands tho a flying The note la surrounded by a frame of fruits and The backs of all the notes of the series consist of a central group of Mercury and Ceres holding the Brlt ish crown over the seal of the the whole included in a of im and other symbolic objec NEW TIRES cost money and even the belt them suffer from puncv worn blisters and blow We can save you consider able expense way of rubber bills if you bring your tire troubles to The practical modern metk tods In Automobile Tire Vulcanizing we make every job to us durable and lastingly Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station McKlnnorv Proprietor 305 Sixth Phone 4M SERVICE THAT SATISFIES NONSKID CHAINS ALL Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank Throw Yw Old Tirw and in Our Red Crow ;