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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LftTHBftltKlE HERALD JUfcSDAYv JULY 30 1918 3 BRINGING UP FATHER By McMatuts ILL CHINA ON IT HELL THINK 4OT IN IT 1 HANDLE ft Ct FELUEH T0 THAT ONA OONT OM TftOHK MARKED TO HANDLE The Sport Page The result of the button competi which in future will be played on the 3rd Saturday of each IB follows Class A all those haying handi caps up to and including 85 less total 76 101 less total 84 Ox 102 less total 86 Ritchie 102 less total SS 106 less total 88 104 less total 89 107 less total Class B all those whose handi caps are above Mack 118 less total 90 111 less total Hole Elimination Competition The Executive Committee have ex tended the time for playing this com petition until Monday when all cards must be handed to the secret The first named is the challen ger he must get in touch with his opponent and arrange suitable time the man on the lowest mark will be the scratch Members can ob OUR BEST IS NOT PRINTED Youre It WEST8ROOK 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 MS PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP and Small Third I BATtCHV SERVICE STATION HENRYlDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 616 FOF TENNIS TITLE McLaughlin to Compete For The Two Legs on Trophy McLough lin is about to make a reentry to the game of the courts as a competitor in the national championship tourna This is the word that has been out the last ten The hero of the Davis cup the fiery Ameri can who puts punch into lawn is once more to take his etand upon the turf to strive for the title and which his young Will tain their cards on payments of 50 cents entrance at any from the Crawford was appointed succes sor to on I McLoughlin into the competition fore lam deprived him of in the memorable battle of Seeks who have been devoting con siderable thought and effort to make certain of the success of the national championship when it is played in August on the turf at Forest Hills are making every effort to secure the en try of the famous California It is admitted who is the idol of players in every part of the will at once reestabllsh the prestige of the American champion which has badly slumped during the last two McLoughlin is regarded ne prac tically a certain winner if he is drawn and starts in the The popularity of such a victory is by no means underestimated by those who direct the affairs of lawn In no uncertain way it would repre sent the most sensational comeback ever recorded on the courts of this As the pet of Wimbleton and of the great international a triumph for McLoughlin this year would serve as an inspira tion to hasten challenges of other na tions for the Davis cup at the close of the Two Legs on Those who are endeavoring to bring executive committee The Hole Competition draw follows Preliminary Smith 19 vs Crawford 6 Pennefather 15 vs Har mon 17 Craig 4 vs Mac Arthur 8 Bawden 19 vs Marrs 14 Mara 7 vs McKillop 6 Crawford 14 vs Dinning 15 Macbeth 18 vs Oxland 12 Hogg 17 vs Menzie 11 Shepherd 9 vs Hincks 15 Bertrand 14 vs Davis 20 Wilson 12 vs Gibbons 18 Toll 9 vs Macleod 7 12 vs Burns 18 Parker 14 vs McCready 17 Hyde 15 vs Livingstone 17 scratch vs Fischer 18 Davidson 14 vs Judge Jackson 12 McSwain 17 vs Toombs 20 Inspector Chaney 11 vs Deaper 17 Duff 9 vs John Scott Round 14 vs Mack 20 Patterson 11 vs Freeman 14 Poapst 17 vs Skelth 5 Nelson 15 vs Waddington 17 Kellog 19 vs Fox and handicapj see in the event of his success another tenyear boom for the American The famous whose thrilling style has accomplished more for the game than any other Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND Hastier Shock Absorbers for Ford Phone 1023 324 11th Street Hutchlnson AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Cat RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills already has two legs on the priceless A victory this year would give it to him as his personal And it is known that he is desirous of possessing McLoughlin enlisted in the navy at the station out on the Pacific coast last It is that he has had no active sea duty and is not likely to take any part in sub marine He is reported to have been in Chicago since tlie be ginning of the season on although he did not participate in any of the tournament competitions PICK WINNERS Tipsters Have Have Won Could Before Starting on that Vacation Trip See that you are fully A set of MICHELINS i or will eliminate all tire trouble for many thousand BUOU MOTOR THE HOUSE OF SERVICE New uncertainties of racing were never more apparent than at Aqueduct when the consensus of opinion of the local tip sters picked each of the ceven win Only two of the seven were fav orites and a liberal price wag quoted against Starting with a bet of a parlay on the seven horses selected would have netted a comfortable for The total figures up to over The flelds were the going which is supposed to make form and there was an extra race on the Yet all the horses that figured on form were successful which is a good indication that racing is honestly SUNDAY BALL IN New July agreement was reached yesterday between the National and American leagues and the New International league under which New York teams of the major leagues will play Sunday games at the former Newark Federal league park at beginning August Major league games will be preceded by International league games played either by the Newark or Jersey City the minor league clubs to get a share of the The major league clubs will make use of these Sunday dates to play games which will be moved forward under the shortened GREB BEAT July of the was awarded a decision on points ovcjr Eddie of the National at the end of their ten round boxing Fort Sheri dan late yesterday By vir tue of the victory Greb becomes middleweight champion of the army and Greb the fighting to Mc Goorty all the At the final bell Greb was apparently as fresh as when he while McGoorty was plain ly exhausted by his efforts in avoiding the navy fighters WESTMINSTER WON July ster defeated Vancouver 7 to B in yes terday afternoons contest for the Min to lacrosse and prevented the j honje team making possession of the cup a The seasons score now stands four games tor San couver 10 two for New Westminster Tho Kuine without sensational WAR TAKES WHITE BEST HITTER Happy Outfielder For Whom Comiskey Paid Goes to Swat the Huns New Comiskey has purchased a few bloomers In his time as boss of the Chicago White but not Lena who came back to the Reds this season from the Inter national was a White Sox beauty who and there have been but when Commy paid for Happy Felsch he made no through the working of Felsch has been lost to the Sox and his lose Is severely for the Mil waukee lad was the last real slug ging outfielder Commy Murphy and of the Soxs outer cordon of are all good but none of this trio could wield a maul with Felsch and Joe whose hitting in the days when they wore the Sox regalia upheld the weaker hitting of their Jacksons loss was bad but when Felsch the Sox saw their last of another pennant Felsch went to the of the American Asso He had graduated from the Milwaukee city league and from there went to Fond for a His hitting and Melding soon won him recognition in the Wisconsin Illinois league and the nest found him graduated to the Brewers late in the After a part of one season and the full sea aon of 1914 with Felsch went to the Sox and since has been a major leaguer of the first His home run in the first game of the worlds series last fall put jazz and ginger into the White Sox and started them on the road to victory by giving them a fairly substantial lead against the men of Though Felsch jwas not a particu larly brilliant star Inthe last he played good His value lies in the fact that he is con sistently strong and timely hitter throughout the fFrom Our Own Correspondent Milk July River enjoyed a heavy rainfall Tuesday and Wednesday and again on Satur This will insure and much to the delight of many which they had given up as lost is coming forward and will On Monday an old fashioned hard time dance was held in Ellerts and John form erly of Milk who have been visiting at the home of and Mrs Burnham for the past two returned on Thursday in their car to their new home at former principal of the Consolidated school returned to town last Thursday for a couple of On Friday last a dance and ice cream social wus held In John Joe under the auspices of the and we all enjoyed one of the real good times which is always be had at Jolin Steele and party motored to Glacier park on Miss Knowler who has been governess on the Tennant Ranch for about three years returned to her home in Saskatchewan last She will be greatly missed in social cir cles more especially as she is an accomplished formerly primary teach er in the Consolidated School here has returned to the United j White of Lind school has just returned from a business trip to Regina and Prince He visited many farms in the Prince Al bert District including those of Seager Wheeler and whose names us worlds prize win ners are known wherever wheat is White says the crops up there are During his trip he was accepted in the Royal Air DISTRICT NEWS From Our Own Correspondent July showers that have been falling in this vicinity today will benefit some of the wheat to some extent But it is too late to be of much benefit gen Many of the fanners and ranchers are busy putting up the crop is very light but the prospect of the prices being high induces them to cut as much as although the grade of hay is rather Carl Wek and family returned from Manyberries where he has been inspecting his farms in that Bowen has moved the post office into his new store in the Masonic Phillips has returned after an extended auto trip through South Collard has disposed of his farm to John Degenstine There have been several land buy ers looking over this district with a purchasing but there appear to be very few the mar Henry and Schvalla motored to Lethbridge to attend the Ed disposed of his farm for a fancy The prospects of a new hardware store here appear to be very good as parties from Calgary and Leth bridge have been looking over the proposition and they all agree that while the crops are light this year the country surrounding Nemiscam is the beat both north and south that they saw in their travels that there is a good opening for a good store is agreed by all and the man that opens such a may rest as sured that he will have the coopera tion of the town and Warren has taken over the insurance agencies formerly han dled by He is also open ing a real estate office in the near OCCUPY July Associated have oc cupiod the town of ac cording to a from Vludivls They captured several machine together with ether From Our Own Corresoondent July a brother of Charles left for Vtah Dudley has been spending the summer here looking af ter his Myrtle Hale of Warner has been spending a week with her Harry Fred Spackman and Joseph Brand ley were the speakers at the church on They are home missionaries from The young ladies unit of the Red Cross Society turned in as money taken in from The Relief Society also turned in Both or ganizations served lunches at the Red Cross Joseph Earl and Principal Mercer have returned from where they have been reading papers for the lasthree Miss Afton who taught here last year is now at Edmonton taking Domestic Science and Domestic Art at the summer She Is finish ing her course this year and will re ceive a diploma on these two Mont of Magrath was at the fair in Lethbridge on Cars by the Best White Cooks in the City AT THE TheSilverGrill 4th 8th hundreds blocked the All re port a most successful time at the George Thomas and Art Minpr have been gone for a week in the north country about Ed looking for and They declare the north part of the province is a wonderful Hindley and Born Bradshaw have also gone up to Red Deer for the same The late storms will do away with much of the worry over toay and The seriousness has been Late crops will make good hay Harold Wood has gone to meet his who has been gone for over a They will both be back in a few Mercer will return with Woolley has gone to Sarcee He has been taken as a sol Workman and Clarence Howes former residents of Magrath are now in Camp They have joined Uncle Sams forces across the John former of is a visitor in He is in Sarcee Camp as a soldier of the PATTULLO PAYS A VISIT TO FERNIE FRIDAY Special to the Herald July 1at minister of lands in the provin cial made his first visit to arriving last night from Nel where he took part in the Irriga tion The gentleman was met by many local a meeting was arranged in the spacious offices of when a large gather ing of citizens met The minister of lands made quite a lengthy talk to his going over the govern ment record as to the Land Settle ment Act and many other matters per taining to the department overwhich he He took occasion to make the finan cial situation of the province explaining that while the total reven ue of the province was but that the interest charges to be met as ft consequence of the debt contracted by the proceeding and the interest guarantees to amounted to or half of the total revenues of tho thus leaving a very small margin from which to meet the regular expendi and to as far as the different localities which were asking for provincial like many other he stated that the provincial authori ties were not making any promises under such straitened but he hoped to meet demands as far us possible and to somn ex tho wishes of as well as We Fit All SIZES Never mind your size or shape Bring it in Tall large or extra weve a suit to fit you No extra fee for being able to do the We fit the hard to fit with good stylish garments at a price that puts the exclusive tailor out of Regular suit thats No extra to HOME OF FASHION CRAFT CLOTHES and THE FLORSHEIM SHOE 318 FIFTH STREET other localities where a measure of relief was being asked Pattulo made a most favorable impression upon his making it clear that the minister of Lands was no novice In the role of a Jlis frank and clear statements of policy carried weight with them and his first appearance before a Fernte audience was most satisfactory to all even the chronic kickers be ing impressed with his fairness in his treatment of This accompanied by par ties from West Ferriie and by other local the minister was driven to the in the Annex and in West where improvements to the river banks were being asked After a hasty lunch at the Ed ward Pattulo was to Cranbrook by president of the district Liberal asso where he was to meet Cran brook parties upon official business connected with the land STRIKE IN July new strike has broken out at Rhenlsche near according to the Echo Machine guns were used to sup press the movement and the lead ers were the paper de It le were still busy when the report was dispersing the crowd which continues to NONSKID CHAINS ALL SIZES Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross ;