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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta six THE LKTTinnmOE DAILY HERALD 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER By Me Matins VMM DOTOO TO SIVfc IS THAT ALL TO TOUK OMJcJHTER DO YOU KNOW At I AM f BASEBALL BOXING RACING KSPORT4 HOCKEY BOWLING are being made In connection wtlh the game be tween the Central and Fleet wood ball teams at the ball park on Wednesday evening to stage a game between the High School and Old The High School issued a loud defi to the Old Tim andit had been in tended to play the game Friday evening for the Red Cross or some other patriotic but it has now besn decided to stage a double header on and the first big ball crowd of the season is expected to be on deck to swellthe of the for soldiers The school game in Jtself will be go ing to while the advent of the Old Timers who will try to Iron some of the kinks out of their ancient bones will be an added at The Old Timers are busy today lining up a They ARROW o a M r i T COLLAR Business Announcement The rapid growth of our bus iness has compelled us to install a THOROUGHLY UPTODATE And are now prepared to handle any sized RIM CUTS AND BROKEN BEADS are our ALL WORK GUARANTEED We pay charges one way on outoftown DONT THROW AWAY THAT OLD SEE US IT MAY BE WORTH OUR AIM PROMPTNESS AND SATISFACTION FREE AIR ON THE CURB Lethbridge Vulcanizing Works 712 Third Avenue Near Royal Bank Phone 1664 1486 have plenty of material for a good and expect to make the young bloods of the High School eat their defi along with a swell dish of Mayor Hardie is being asked to lay off golf for one evening and come to the ball park to pitch the first It is also possible the band may be in The brand of ball should be but in any event there will be plenty of amuse so enjoy daylight saving by being on BASEBALL TO ASK FOR RATE National League Magnates Are Hopeful of Special Ruling for Players New June decision to cooperate with ell other organized baseball interests In a request Jor a hearing before the railroad commis sion in regard to the proposed in crease Sn mileage rates was the out standing feature of the special meet ing of the National league magnates held here It was decided to take the matter up with the commis sion in view of the travelling commit ments made months ago when the seasons schedule was The magnates are hopeful that a special ruling can be The question of the effect of Gen eral order relative to ail men of draft age doing essential work or serving with the army or navy also came up It was decided to await a formal interpreta tion of the order and a concrete case involving a National league A ruling was adopted to cover the case of a who after joining the army or obtains a furlough and returns to his club for the purpose of playing one or more It was decided no such player should be eli gible to play unless he carried the written permission of his commanding officer and unless his club was under the 23player After September 1 such players wili not be permitted to take part in a league game under any There was no unfavorable comment upon the present baseball and no disposition to discuss a curtail ing of the regularly scheduled BASEBALL RESULTS AMERICAN Boston 30 New 27 Chicago 23 25 Washington 24 Louis 21 23 Philadelphia 17 Detroit 15 10 19 11 24 25 MS SAYSWILLARD Can Not Understand Action of Red at Ful tons Claims June bunched I hits in the first inning off Myers and won today 6 to Score Philadelphia 120 11 0 Detroit 100 S 2 Fahey and McAvoy Dauss and June shut out Chicago 1 to Score Boston 000 3 1 Chicago 000 2 2 Bush and Schang Smith and June changed places with Louis in the pennant race today by taking the first game of the series from the locals in the fourteenth Score 200 000 000 000 14 2 Louis 000 010 100 000 8 2 Ayers and Ainsmith Sothoron and NATIONAL Chicago 30 12 New 13 Cincinnati i2 23 Plttsburg 19 22 Boston 20 24 Philadelphia IS 17 25 Brooklyn 15 28 INTERNATIONAL Seattle Vancouver PACIFIC COAST No Coast League played on There is No Obstacle k In the way of your finding our establishment We are always ready to oblige patrons with the most court eous and obliging Our repairing is we overhaul your cars thor oughly from Reboring Fitting Oversize Pistons Electrical to the smallest adjustment Oiit trial will place you among our many satis fied STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH June held Brooklyn to two hits bjit one of them was a double by with two men on giving the locals the victory over Plttsburg by a score of 2 to Score Pittfiburg 000 3 0 Brooklyn 000 2 Cooper and Smith Grimes and June de feated Philadelphia here today six to Score Chicago 002 10 0 Philadelphia 000 7 Vaughn and Klllifer Davis and June pitching his first game of the season today held Cincinnati to one hit and Bdfcton won 1 to Cincinnati 000 1 1 Boston 001 S 0 lireasler and Allen Rudolph and LoulsXew AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Paul Columbus Kansas City Indianapolis Louisville Minneapolis RECORD IN WEIGHT McDonald Heaves 35Pound Mis sile 63 By calling off of the bout by Colonel Joe of Jess has been pretty well And of the thorns in his side appears to be the Red He said as much the other day when he departed for Ms ranch out in Kaneas The fact that the officials of the Red Cross turned down his first offer to give that or ganization almost all of the receipts from a championship battle grated on He couldnt understand espe cially when they wired him broadside messages to come on to Xew York and box for the big they recently raised by a I what considered was a fine offer when I returned from Flor said and I was turned down That Op top ofthat Colonel Miller and I offered the sum of to Fort Sheridan that amount to be used for an athletic fund or in any way they saw to stage a bout with Fulton We never heard any more of At no time was the colonel unwill ing give up a bigamount of the gate receipts to any war fund or char ity that might be At no time was I unwilling to give up a big por tion of my earnings for a similar pur I sincerely believed that the people wanted to see the question be tween Fulton and myself settled for all But it is hardto guess the I was scolded for not fighting and then when I signed articles I was panned and my intentions Inasmuch as 1 do not know what the people I am glad tho whole thing was Fultons claims to the title make me He seemerf to take the po sition that it was my fault that the match fell Perhaps he can find a place for the If he will let me know about it Ill be there on the dale appointed and give him a I can assure that Colonel Miller made an honest effort to get the fight placed and fail If he can do better let him go ahead and try The promotion end of this cost Miller a heavy sum and was ae ex pensive to me as In the mean pulton went on a tour and pre sumably made money of the fact that he was really matched with So 1 cant see thai he has any kick WRIGHT DONOR OF A FINE SHIELD Wright Golf Shield To Be Play ed For Each Dominion Day By Local Club Golfers will be greatly pleased to learn that Wright lias donated a handsome shield for club competi thus adding another to the string of trophies which are making the play this summer so Tbe new which Is valued at 160 is given to the club by Wright without strings attached as to and the club has decided that it shall be a challenge shield to be played for annually on Dominion The club is prepared to supplement the Wright competition by donating a gold medal to be held by the winner each The name of the winner will be engraved on a silver plate on the This should provide an annual competition of more than us ual It will be played for this year on Wright has also intimated that when the other golf clubs In the south progress he is ready to donate a larger shield to be emblem atic of the Southern Alberta Golf VULCAN CALLED UP For Rains in Dis Busy on Roads STARS STARTED 23 YEARS Xew Olympic champion of putting the shot and a member of the police depart ments traffic last week estab lished a new worlds record for the weight throw for distance HI Celtic IarK when he heaved the j missile a distance of GH feet 5 This eclipsed the previous figures of S7 foul 7S made by Pat i hammer throwing champion in Matt of live New York j alxo bettered ihe old record in ing second to ac counted for an effort of 61 feet X John Con of the Irishi I American was with feet i made his record in mi i I allurountl wtighi throwing compe lltlon held at Ihe old athletic field in Long island under the auspices of tho IrishAmerican as u mem orial to uu memory or the lale Mar tin Nap Lajole and Mike Kelly Were In Old New England Twentythree years ago two young men broke into baseball in the old Now Kngland one aa a mem ber of the Kail River and the other on the Both players were pronounced hits from tho day they donned their uniforms for the first and each lift a gain ed fame apd fortune in the great nat ional pastime in the span of years since One was Nap famed now manager of the Indianapolis club and tho other was Mike pilot of the Lajoie went from Kail River to the where he estab lished u reputation as being one of the gieattjsa In the history of tho Jin panned out of the big show at tho end or tho 191K seanon to pilot the Toronto of the Inter national league which team won tho pennant in Brooklyn attempted to persuade Lajoie to return to the big top this but Nap spurned the offer to lead live Indianapolis INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester Toronto Jersey City Baltimore Newark Hingliampton game scheduled for today was ylayud June call by the Military Act has been answered by a large number of the young men of this district and we are proud to think that such a fine body of men are going to do battle for our coun We wish them well and hope that they will be sparedto come back to us when it is over over The recent rains that have fallen our way have been greatly appre ciated and have helped out the crops to a very large That with the advent of warm weather is it almost a certainty that this year will see an other splendid Great signs of prosperity are to be seen around these parts if the num ber of new buildings are any evi Eamor is building a meat mar ket and by all indications it is going to be a very line It is built of brick and this means that it is here to r Fred Mercer ia the contractor and it will be completed in about three Tile town has at last been supplied with a long felt want In the nature of sidewalks and la now possible to get all around the town without get ting understand that something like feet has been laid and the citizens are now more proud than ever of The last few weeks there han been a very great demand for houses and tho local real estate agents have been at a loss to know how to deal with the new We hear rumors that another hotel is contemplated in the near future and this will help the congestion that has been the order of the The Imperial Hotel has CO rooms and even at that it seems to be about liO short of what is Quite a large crowd turned out to see Hlllly Oswald who presented Youre Next here last It was well received by the audience and the class was of the Thia show is under the auspices of tho United Producing Next Monday at the Opera House will be shown The the Beast of and I Manager Butler is to be con gralululed on being able to secure I picture for his Curiosity j would have tempted a large number j of our people to have gone to a city to see this and now this wilt be Wo are glad to see that the farmers are very busy working on the roads these days and this will be a great help to those who use the roads a great Some of the holes that have been seen have been death trupg and it will be source of great pleasure ty all irom the efforts ul k who are laboring to Improve and re novate that The Vulcan baseball team ia the strongest that has played here for many a long and the promoters are to be congratulated on the suc cess of their Up to present the boys have played six games losing a the total score being which we think Is a the is certainly hav ing the time of Kls and gets them all with his curve This boy Was with Drumheller last year and can be put down as a real Duckett Is a catcher of no mean ability and he has the marks of a National We hope they will not come after htm for a while Grey Is the bantamof the bunch and he seems to be playing better than and that is going ho Is the popular skip of the ball team and a clever 2nd Buck of Calgary Is an other of the evergreens as it as he seems to be always there look ing and playing Any man who gets by Bucks first sack is sure for tunate and should congratulate him self on his wonderful performance if he can squeeze to as Gray and Lapp are a cooperative store in them Godfrey and Buckly are two play ers who can be depended on to swat that ole pill at any time and home runs are the long suit of these two Anyone wishing trf get the sec ret of making apply to these huskiee who will bo pleased to give them Gibson at centre field that cannot be and several ol the teams that have been met can vouch that he is as safe as a He can spear em at any Cain and Schroeder are both safe players and consistent in all they Schroeder is the giant of the team and although he seems to have had a spell of bad luck we are glad to see signs that he ia getting out of slough and he Will soon get into his old stride again Heres Vulcan can boast of a very and Isthe equal of any In the Visiting teams are always treated well and Is always our en deavor to make the players feel at although we trp to beat them right from the play ball of the BE ONLY LANGUAGE Juno The Methodist Conference this morning had before it the of the Social Service It was piloted by of and dealt with a number of most urgent and important problems in regard to civic national The report is a bulky document and includes tions such as the language question on which the conference expressed its conviction that the only language of instruction should be English as far as the public schools were con It was also suggested that travelling scholarships should be es tablished between the French and Knglislt speaking in order that a closer understanding be pro The prevalence of profiteering and all forms of gambling was de In regard to rural questions the conference made some sugges tions advocating so cial centers and recommending the work of farmers organization throughout the POOL ALLIED June plan for pooling all the re sources of the United States and its cobelligerents into one vast economic and war ma on which Government officials and Allied represents lives are working will be sub milted to President Vulcanizing that wijl outlast the people have been trying to Thats why we want you to know our We have an uptodate equip mentand can satisfy you with inir expert work la j TIRE as well as please your most critical Try us next time you have WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RETREADING AND RELINING Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station Proprietor 305 6th Phone 495 SERVICE THAT SATISFIES AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING A REPAIRING By Experienced All work Special Equip ment for Rim Out RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills vwm SERVICE STATION HENRYTOENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged andRepaired 311 7th 8trest Phone 616 Obey The Law Put On Legal Lenses We carry the largest and most complete line in Southern Sizes for every BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross HOME OF THE CHEVROLET HACK OF UNION SANK HARRY ;