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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t�age SIX THE LETTIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD . TUESDAY. JUNE 11, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMahus oojroo-miNH V-^ oh: voor Doc, *.LL �"M fOUR V/ELL- I DIDN'T -THINK Yoi C>0�N' HUNTIN'- SHE C^NT HEWP BOT UKE HJM- HOW do you know she'll WAm the OCX*9 DO 1S' Cleveland..... ... 25 24 .510 Wa.=;hingtou .... ... l'4 2.', .400 St. Louis ...... ... "1 21! .477 Washington .. .. .. 23 2n .47!! Philadelphia ... ... 17 27 ..:;sii Detroit ........ ... i:) 2C NGS HURT" SAYSWILLARO Can Not Understand Action of Red Cross-Smiles at Fulton's Claims Detroit, June 10.-Detroit bunched hits in tlie first inning oft .Myers and won today G to 4. Score: Philadelphia .....100 120 000-4 11 0 Detroit...... .. .;',U 100 OOx-S2. Myers. Fahey and McAvoy; Dauss j and Spencer. Chicago, June 10.-Boston shut out Chicago today. 1 to 0. Score: Boston ...........000 000 100-1 S 1 Chicago ..........000 000 OOU-0 2 2 Bush and Schang; Smith and Schalk. St. I^ouis. June 10.-Washington changed places with St. Ixiuis in the pennant race today by taking the first game of the series from the locals in the fourteenth inning. Score: Wasli'gton 200 000 000 000 01-3 14 2 St. Louis 000 010 100 000 00-2 S 2 Shaw, Ayers and Ainsmith; Rogers, Houck, Sothoron and Hale. NATIONAL Won. Chicago ........... SO New York.....29 Cincinnati ........ 22 Pittsburg ......... m Boston ............ 20 Philadelphia ...... IS St. Louis........ 17 Brooklyn ......... Lost. 12 13 24 25 28 P.C. .714 .600 .189 .463 .455 .419 .403 .349 Brooklyn. June 10.-Cooper held Brooklyn to two hits today, bpt one of them was a double by Grimes, with two men on bases, giving the locals the victory over Pittsburg by a score of 2 to 0. Score: Pittsburg .........000 000 000-0 9 0 Brooklyn .........000 000 02x-2 2 :'. Cooper and Smith; Grimes and Scheyn. iPhlladelphia, June 10.-Chicago defeated Philadelphia here today six to one. Score: Chicago .........200 002 Oil-G 10 0 Philadelphia .....100 000 000-1 7 3 Vaughn and Klllifer; Oeschger, Main, Davis and Adams. Boston, June 10.-Dick Rudolpli, pitching his first game of the season toiiay held Cincinnati to one hit and Bcftton won 1 to 0. Score. Cincinnati ........000 000 000-0 1 1 Boston ...........000 001 00.x-1 S 0 Hressler and Allen; Hudolph and Wilson. St. Louis-.Vew York, rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 0, Columbus S. Kansas City 5, Indianapoli.s 2. .Milwaukee 7, Louisville 5. Minneapolis - '|oled|o, postponed, rain. RECORD IN WEIGHT THROW. P. J. McDonald Heaves 35-Pound Missile 63 Feet. By Ringsider. Chicago.-Since calling oft of the Wiilard-Fulton bout by Colonel Joe Miller, of Oklahoma. Je?s lias heen pretty well disappointed. And one. of the thorns in his side appears to be the Red Cross. He said as much the other day wlien he departed for his ranch out in Kansas The fact that the officials of the Red Cro.ss turned down hl.'i first offer to give that organization almost all of the receipts from a championship hiittle grated on liim. He couldn't understand It, especially when they wired iiim broadside messages to come on to New York and box for the big .fund they recently raised by a monster'boxing carnival. "1 made., what i  considered was a fine,offer when I reliirned from Florida," said Jess, "and 1 was turned down cold. That hurt. "Op top of-that Colonel Miller and I offered the sum of $50,000 to Fort Sheridan officials, that amount to be used for an athletic fund or in any way they saw fit, to stage a bout with Fulton there. We never heard any more of this. "At no time was the colonel unwilling to. give up a big amount of the gate receipts to any war fund or charity that might be named. At no time was I unwilling to give up a big portion of my earnings for a similar purpose. I sincerely believed that the people wanted to see the tjuestion between Pulton and myself settled tor all time. "But it is hard'to guess the public. 1 was scolded for not fighting and then when I signed articles I was panned and my intentions questioned, inasmuch as 1 do not know what the people want, I am glad the whole thing was dropped. "Fulton's claims to the title make nic smile. He seemed to take the position that it was my fault that the match fell througli.' Perhaps he can find a place for the battle. If ho will let ine know about it I'll be there on the date appointed and give him a battle. I can asstire him, however, that Colonel .Miller made an lionest effort to gel the fight placed and failed. If he can do better let him go aliead and try it. The promotion end of this coat Miller a heavy sum and was as ex pensive to me as well. In the meantime, rulton wont on a tour and presumably made money out of the fact that he was really matched with me. So 1 can't boo that be has any kick coming. �  STARS STARTED 23 YEARS AGO. .\ew York.-Patrick J. McDonald, Olympic champion of putting the shot and a member of the police department's traffic stjuad. last week established a new world'.s record for the 35-pound weight throw for distanco at Celtic Park when he heaved the missile a distance of 63 feot r ? : : POOL ALLIED RESOURfcES. Washington. June 10.-A plan for pooling all the resources of tho United States and its co-belligerents " luto one vast economic and war machine, on which Government officials and Allied representatives are working will be submitted to President Wilson. ? ? > > > ? ? > > > > > > Vulcanizing that will outlast the tire, many people have boon trying to find. That's why we want you to know our address. Wo have an up-to-date equipment- and can satisfy you with bur expert work In . AUTOMOBILE. TIRE VULCANIZING, a.'i well as plonso your most critical friends. Try us next time you have trouble. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF RETREADING AND RELINING Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station F. B. McKinnon, Proprietor 305 8th Street, Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 495 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" auto tires OF ALL SIZES vulcanized By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Out Repairs. r. d. ritchie 208 13th St. 8. Opp. Elliion Mills service station henryTdenn Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and' Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 I Obey The Law Put On Legal Lenses We carry the largest, and most complete line in Southern Alberta. Sizes for every car. BAALIM MOTOR CO. Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET ACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOI.MAN, Mgr. 5316 0 ;