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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGESIK THE LEfMBRIDOE DAILY HERALD w^ATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus I I BASEBALL BOXING RACING Benny Kauff Is Called To Army Pomeroy, Ohio, June '!.-Benny KauM, outfielder ol the New York Glanca, to-day was ordered by his local dratt board to report for service on June 24. He probably will be Bent to Camp Sheridan, Ohio. Camouflage Vulcan, Alberta, June Sth, 1918, Bear Editor,- We contend  � That Vulcan is The livest spot On th� map ' And we want To break in On this col.  4 Along with Chin. So we are writing To aak you If you thlnli Biumess Announcement The rapid growth ot our bua-Ineia has compelled us to Install ft THOROUQHUY UP-TO-DATE PLANT. And are now prepared to handle any sized tires. RIM CUTS AND BROKEN BEADS are our specialties. ALL WORK GUARANTEED We pay charges one way on out-of-town work. DON'T THROW AWAY THAT OLD TIRE. SEE US FIRST. IT MAY BE VypRTH FIXING. OUR AIM: PROMPTNESS AND SATISFACTION FREE AIR ON THE CURB Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue S. Near Royal Bank Phono 1664 148-B SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING There is any collusion   � Between Henry Ford a  � And one of our sky-pilots.  * " The other Sundgy He preached a sermon *  � Giving people the devil   - * . For investing � * � Their hard-earned kale �   In high priced �   Benzine buggies � �  Suggesting that  �  Fords were good enougli.   � And what we want to .k--^w is  �  It the sky pilot    Thinks his job  �  Would be eaeler � � � It everyone �   Were to ride �   In Fords  *  And get the devil    Shaken out of them. � � � This is a burning question � � � And worthy  *  The sol's consideration. ' �   We thank you. BABE" RUIN BATTING GIAN HAS NEW mo Chicago, June S,-"Babe" Ruth, the Boston pitcher, signalized his return to the game by driving out four home runs in four days. He failed to get any other hits and cuneequently lii? average dropped off. but he stlil leadc; the league with .".Vl. He has a record of seven home runs since the start of the season. Sisler of St. Louis, continues to sliow the way to the base stealers with twenty, and .Mclnnes of Bc;3ton. and Shean, his team mate, remain tied tor sacrffice hitting with fifteen. Chapman of BASEBA RESULTS AMERICAN AVon. Lost. P.C. Boston ........ ... :;s 18 .fiOP .\ew York ..... ... "i> IS .591 Chicago ....... >�-> IT ..i64 Cleveland ..... ... ':\ 2:1 .511 St. Louis ..... ... 20 21 .488 Washlugton .. . ... 1!1 25 .457 Philadelphia ... ... Iti. 25 .390 Detroit ........ ... H 24 .368 UNITED BALL TEAI T United and St. Cyprians S. ball teanOB staged a battle last night in which th� Jforthsldera' tore lioles in the St. Cyprian's defense and won 32 to 9, United led all the way, the score by innings being: United......... 3 4 6 1 2 11 5-32 St. Cyprtaua .... 1 3 1 1 2 01-9 The teams lined up as follows: ' United-Grant c, Radley 2b, Jackson rf, Painbor p, Walto 3b, Grist cf, LaVie lb, Mcllvena cf. Patching as. St. Cyprians-D. Hoit. Hagell, Qeoghegan, Westley, Seltzer, Archibald. Coffee. S. Holt, B. Collier. Chicago, June' I.t^.Myers' wildnese enabled Chicago 'to win from Phila-�delphia today, 2 to 1. Score: Philadelphia .....000 010 000-1 4 2 .... ^. Chicago...........000 ,101 OOx.T-2 S 2 Cleveland, leads in scorlnpr. having ! ^l-ve'-s .McAvoy; Shellenback and crossed the plate thirty times. St. i Schalk. ijouis leads in team batting with .274.} Cleveland. Juno 7.-Cleveland, and The leading batters for fifteen or i Boston engaged in an old fashioned more games are: baiting contest today, Cleveland win- Ruth, Boston, ."71: Walker, Phila- nlng 14 to 7. Score: delphla, .:;67; Baker, Xew York. .359; Boston .........400 000 300--"7 11 3 Burn^. Philadelphia, .:U4; Sisler. St. Cleveland .. . 1 . .OOt!. 000 26x-14 14 1 Louis, .340; Eddie Collins, Chicago, � --------- -------- ----------" .337; Hooper. Boston, .;>27: Tobin. St. Louis, .322; Gandil. Chicago. .320; .Mc.Mullin, Chicago, .312; Felsche, Chicago, .30.5. Cracking out a dozen hits in Sijx games boosted Krejl Merkle. the Chicago first baseman, from fifth to second place in the list of National le.v gue hitters, ho is batting .37�. which is 2C points above his average a week ago. Larry Doyle, because of his continued absence 'from the game, remains at the top with .426^ The averages include games of AVednesday. Carey of Pittsburg, who is leading the base stealers, has 20 thefts to his credit. Rousch of Cincinnati has taken the lead in sacrifice hitting with fourteen. Wyckland of Boston and Cruise of St. Louis top the home run hitters with three each. Bonny Kauff of New Y'ork is leading In scoring, having registered 32 in forty games. Chicago drove New York out ot first place team batting with .2S2, The leading batters for fifteen or more games: Doyle, New York, .426; .Merkle, Chicago, .'^76; Smith, Boston. .370; Wyckland, Boston, .348; Daubert, Brooklyn, .343; Kauff, New York, .341; Mann, Chicago, .3:t6; Faskert, Chicago, .321; Hollocher, Chicago, .320; Lee .\lagee, Cincinnati, .320. I am sorry that press of other business made it Imposslbo to write my usual column for today. 1 had Intended writing about great playerB I httvo known; and will do so at a later date. However, I may say that the local club executive at a meeting the other nvening promulgatedysome new rules which win be of special Interest. One of these has to do with boy� on the coUVbo duirJng playing hours, and the otherilia�.lo do with the organization ot a ladlasl branch of the club so that arrangements may be Wade for special days ot .play for them so that there will not be so much Interference between the lady and gentlemen players In the future. Both these rules will prove a boon to the club I am sure, and win be accepted with pleasure. A couple of new competitions are to be announced shortly which will give the ,club members a fine lot of trophies for the season's play. The club is making great strides, and the next thing we will have to think about is the making of the course Into an eighteen hole one. DAVE HUME. BOW MO GOOD Some Good Raiiis-Chautauqua Starts on June 13th ' /-T-N Motorist Paradise Golf-'Fishing Touring 0�t fresh vim tor your war work-increase your efficiency by a Tlilt to cool, green, dis-Unctlve VICTORIA and wonderful Vancouver Island-a Eurc-pean tour In miniature. ' r WRITE FOR INFORMATION PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA Leonard. Bolyne, Jones, McCabe and Schang; Bagby, Groom, Counibe and O'Neill. Detroit, June 7.-Detroit hit Ayers freely today and easily defeated Washington n to 6. Score: Washiiigton .....022 020 000-B 6 4 Detroit .........421 020 OOx-9 12 1 . Myers, Hansen, Shaw and Plcinchl; Boland, Jones, Dause and Y''elle. St. Louis, June 7.-New Y'ork made It three straight by shutting out the locals today one to nothing. Score. New York .......000 001 000-1 8 3 St. Louis ........000 000 000-0 8 1 Russell and Hannah; Shocker and .Vunamaker. NATEONAL Won Lost. CHICAGO .. . ... 23 12 .700 New York ..... ,. 28 13 .683 Cincinnati .... ... 22 21 .5i2 Pittsburg ... . ... IS 21 .462 Philadelphia ... .. IS 23 .439 Boston....... .. 18 24 .429 St. Louis ...... .. 17 24 .41,1 Brooklyn ---- ... 14 27 .341 MX games postponed. ? WHY IS IT? OR S,0,S. SOME ? OFFUL STUFF, BY JSK. ? fj. > INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Syracuse 7, Toronto 4. Baltimore 2, Newark 1. Blngliampton S, Jersey City 4. Buffalo 2, Rochester 11. WHY IS IT that ghips in distreas are like our sand greens? They both S.O.S. (Show Our Steps) What-t-a h-e-l; tear him limb from limb; no, no, stand back, folks, give hira air; he's smothering. WHY IS IT that if you are crazy enough' you can see a lot of S.O.S. signs about this tool game. For instance: WHY IS IT that at the first Signs Ot Spring you get out Some Old Shoes and go out to the links. Y'ou find you still have the Same Old Slice, your Slightly Outa Shape and go and buy Some Other Shafts. AVHy IS IT that after ypu practise awhile you get back your Snappy Old Swing and you do the long holes In Six Or Bevbh. You practise your mashlo learning Several Other Shots, Crossing a Ditch your ball still rolls In-and Sinks Outa Sight. We tire on the first round and Save-Our Steps. On the .second, you may Srfia^h One Stick. ............. WHY IS IT. that at the Club House, you hear the. Same Old Stuff from So.'ne Old Stiff and uolther Sympathize Or Smile.' i ; .  WHY IS IT we recall several alibis like this, Slipped On Something-Struck Ona Stone-Sore Old Shoulder. WHY IS IT that after getting that Slid Outaour Syatom wo will have to Stay Outa Sight or we will be Shot On Sight by some Sour Old Stiff. WHY IS IT that there Isn't a casualty now and then among 'ihoao pirates that Infest the sixth. WHY IB IT that the kids don't think you're up to snuff \t you don't put one in now and then PACIFIC COAST San Frnnciseo 1, Salt Lake 2. Sacramento 1, Vernon 2. Los Angelea 4, Oakland 3. 0WITEEEL8T0 LEAD THE LEAGUE "It would be foolish for me to say that winning the hatting championship was a great satisfaction. That much, I suppose, might bo taken for granted.'I won't say that it was exactly a surprise, either, but I will admit 1 hadn't counted on it. If a fellow Is a real, live, hustling ball player. It Is his ambition to beat out everybody in the game. He wouldn't be much of a ball player If he didn't have that ambition. But as to realizing such an ambition, of course, that is a different story. I would have been foolish at this stage of the game to have indulged in any wild drfeams about leading the league In batting, for naturally I had no right to be so confident ot my ability. But I played my beat and I'm glad I won just the same. Did I hit above my proper stride last year? I can't say. Perhaps I did, but I don't want to th'ink so. It would seem that I ought to do as well again, and why shouldn't 1 do better? However, that's a thing that It does little good to speculate about. The records will tell the story. And there's another thing. Last season was by no means a perfect one. A number ot things happened to interfere with my hitting. I was out of the game for quite a while early !n the sea.ion with a damaged toot. I can't say that this Injury hurt my batting average any, but at the same time -when a batter Is going good, as I was early last season, he doesn't like to be held up for a while and then have to begin all over again. Late in the Reason I had to quit again on account of Charley Hosa. .'Altogether 1 was out of about twenty uames. Some year 1 hope to be lucky j enough to get started right and then I breeze right through the "beason with-I out being laid up for repairs by the wayside. That's the kind of a season a bJtler likes, anyway. I,belleve I am inclined to hit them harder In the early season than later,. But I think most batters are, in mld-eeason 1 doubt -It 1 was hitting under .320 at any time. The outfield Is my natural position, all right.. When I was a kid I Insisted on playing fhe Infield, but Was under a peculiar disadvantage. I was naturally left-handed, and down where 1 lived there wasn't a rigbt-banded glove to be had unless you sent to Reach or Spauldlng tor them, am! such a thing as that was entirely out ot our financial resource*. Ypu may not believe it, but I actually trained it.in some one's shell-llko ear or bust. | myself to throw right handed juBt ao -WHY IS IT th.it the hsindloap com- j that I could play the Infield with my mlttee are sitting back licking their OcF- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 2, Columbus 1. Second game-Milwaukee 4, umbus 2. Alinneapolls 1, Indianapolis 0. St. Paul 6, Toledo 1. Kansas City 4, Louisville 2. P. C. INTERNATIONAL Portland 6, Vancouver 20.. ly over and everything, you don't mind the kids half so much. WHY IS IT that the man with the record score can always do from the 9th . green to the cliib house In : ten seconds tlat to spread the glad tidings of great joy. WHY IS IT that no golfer ever hides his light under a' bushel It simply can't be did. . WHY JS IT that lie must .whisper Bow Tslnnd, June 7.-Drop conditions are exceedingly encouraging in this district and after the splendid precipitation ot the past week most glorious hopes are permissable. 'Mrs. E. N. Wllmot, Broadway, is entertaining In honor of Mrs. A. Caughey this evening. The party will take the form of a bridal shower for Mra. Caughey who has many friends in (own. Mr. and Mrs. J.  R. Carson, First Avenue, spent the holiday In Medicine Hat. Mr. H. B. Seattle spent the weekend with his family here, returning to Calgary on Monday. The many friends of Mrs. Sheard, li'etlibrldge Avenue, will regret to learn ot her confinement in the .Medicine Hat hospital". .Mrs. Bdoth, First Avenue, has accepted a position with the Dominion ICxpress Co. The Woman's .Missionary Society held a very Interesting meeting at tho home of Mrs. W. Oliver, Heber St., last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. Taylor and Mr. and .Mrs. Antrim, First Avenue, returned on ilonday from a months' absence In the mountains. Mr. W. rt. De Pew, who has been making an extended visit In the States arrived home last week. The homo cooking sale held on Saturday afternoon In the rest room under the auspices of the Women's Institute was very successful In every way and the association wish to thank most cordially all the donors of cakes, pies, biscuits, etc., which enabled them to offer such a tempting display of wares. The fact of a war menu being served at the tea tables, in no way Interfered with their attractiveness, as tho afternoon proved Ihem continually patronized. Pastor Leave*. Rev. Chas. Bishop and family who have made so many friends In this district during their four years' residence, are soon to go to Ponoka, where Rev. Bishop has been assign od as pastor. While congratulating Rev. Bishop on his promotion, friends In town sincerely regret that the pleasant relationships with himself and family are soon to be severed. Mrs. E. S. Beattle, Broadway, has returned home after a pleasant visit in Calgary. -Mr. / C. Russell has returned home after attending the district Methodist Conference. Mlse Galder was a week-end guest in Medicine Hat. Friends of Mrs. L. Stengel, who re cently returned home from the Medicine Hat hospital will be pleased to learn that she is able to be about again. Mr. and .Mrs. J. B. Stewart, Lethbridge, Avenue, were week end guests In Medicine Hal. J. R. Agar, of Barnwell, spent tho week-end with hla family here. Mrs. E. W. Luckhardt, ot Taber, who has been the/gueet of Mrs. K. C. Ludtke, Loucks Street, during the past week, has gone to Bdmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Arnott Caughey returned on Monday after spending their honeymoon with relatives in Calgary. Hov. Chas. Bishop reached home yesterday afternoon after being In at- tendance at tho Methodist conterenc* In Edmonton. The Ladles Aid' of the United Church was delightfully entertained at tho homo ot Mrs. C. HoagUn yesterday afternoon, with a good attendance present. The next meeting'will be held on the 20th Inst,, at tli*. residence ot Mrs. MacWIIllamB. , .Miss W. Fisher,- of Medicine - Hat. who has been tho guegt of Mrs. B. H. Wllmot, Broadway, tor the past \yeek, returned to her home on Saturday. Mlse Kline, ot the Chtiutauqua arrived oh Wednesday and i�;,at present the guest ot Mrs.-R, H. Roherton. Miss Kline will remain to train tho children who .are required tor tho presentation of the big pageant tho first night of the Chautauqua series. The Chautauqua will commence on June 13th, and will continue for six days In Bow Island. Two programs will be given each day and those who know Chautauqua Ideals realize It will be six days replete with intellectual enjoyment foi^ those who plan attending. ' HOLDING BIG FRONT-. Washington, June 7.-No official an. nouncoment has been made as to thd strength of the United States marine forces abroad, but today's despatches Indicated they are holding a section alone that would require more than brigade strength and that their divisional organization Is npprorlpaately completed. The part they are taking in the thick of the fighting was pointed out as* justification for putting them into the front line. If the ban on fuel oil tor pleasure craft Includes gasollno, 500 cratt will be tied tip In Cleveland, O. � ___ow Soft COLLARS Possesa unusual and exclusive , merits. CMJP.TT. PBAB0DY4iC0.,I�c. makbks 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. 8. 0pp. Elilson M(IJs cliops. A lot more vlctlthe to work on. Seven winners lust handicap day:; XJount -em, s-e-v-en. ' � . ' WHY i& IT they have our sincerest sympathy; what that Handicap Com-mitteo cap do is aplenty. ' WHY IS IT that they can Kiss their LUSH US handicaps good bye, cause liiey have done gone tor ever and over and ever. Henry Dlebol ot Hqlstein wan instantly killed when he" fell between moving cars at Fergus, stepping from one car to a^atifer ii Um WHY IS IT that when you fet nlo�-j engine coupled \ � ^ kid -a^a^ctataj). , Alter n^uchjipractlca I ba.cam'e . a ,genuiiie right -hander, played; 8ocond> 'third aridishqirt, and pitched seven.'gam'fis.y'si^ible'., handed.' Say, I might have becn'soriie-'pltelier If I had continued, Those kids uae^ to duck and run to cover when I waS stringing them over the plate, first right and then loft handed. But whett 1 got a chance to play tho outfield regularly I found that my right.hand throws were ./neither ho long nor so accurate as my left hand pegs. You see It was the nature of a port sidor reassuring Itself. So from that time on I c�altoed myself to tbrowjnic loft service station henryXdenn � Projrletor All Makes pf Batteries Charigtd and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. , Phone 016 i Obey The Law Put On Legal Lenies We carry the largest and most complete line in Southern Alberta. Sizes for every ct^. BAALIM MOTOR CO. Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box. HOME OF THE CHEVROLKT, BACK OF UNtON BANK HANRy HOLMAN. Mgr^^ ;