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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THE mm i JUNE BRINGING UP FATHER By McKfomis FOR OODNE65 tAXE HOW MANY TIMES MOW VQO TO AND GET WE MUST CAUL ON THE CAMPBELLS AT E1HT OCLOCK 5HABP WELLVM REAOV JUST ANOTHER MINUTE NOW OINE MOOR BASEBALL BOXING RACING FSPORTH HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING DOUBLE HEADER TONIGHT Everything is let for the big double header at the ball park tonight fqr the comfort snd the public is cordially invited to be present to help swell the crowd and the The High School team is ank ious to get even with their old time enemies and will be in strength to do the The Old Timers are trotting out their classiest and a good game should be the The aggregation will be picked from the who are asked to be on deck Bran Gallivanv Prior to the big game which will start about 7 th Central Giants and Brandows Fleetwoods will tangle In a hot The Giants have won the two games these teams have played this but the Fleet woods have been coming along fast and are hopeful of copping Motorist P a r ad i se Golf Touring Get fresh vim for your war your efficiency by a visit to dis tinctive VICTORIA and wonder ful Vancouver Eurc in WRITE FOR INFORMATION PUBLICITY COMMISSIONER VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA Their last game was a 6 to 5 encoun ter when classy ball was This is really opening of the ball season and we can assure the many fans who will be present that it will not be ease of a delayed Be on deck for ihe first game at BASEBALL RESULTS Season Will Open on June Beating and Swimming on Program I H A it 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 CHAPLIN A SON 712 Third Avenue Near Royal Bank Phone 1864 148G The recent measures taken by the commissioners for Improving the lake promise to be very and within the next few the water should be high to permit of boating and swimming being indulged in to the The operations of this spring will have the effect of keeping the weeds and the immense volume of fresh water has the effect of making the lake clean and sweet as in as at any previous timef The Acquatic Club will open their fine boathouae on Wednesday the 19tH and a meeting will be held in the evening at 8 oelock sharp for the purpose of electing officers and fixing up a program for the seas It is hoped to arrange for regular competitions and regattas to make season a very enjoyable The Actjuatic Club has a fine house with dressing fresh water and all and pro j vides members with facilities for pic In addition to the boating and executive will be glad to have anybody interested attend the meet whether members or The club offers great facilities for health ful enjoyment of the most agreeable kind during the hot and the rates of membership are name family ticket space for one boat or and The war has proved rather a severe drain on the club membership and it is hoped that the stay at home people will support and keep up tiia institution which has so many soldier so that when the boys re turn they will find the old club at least as good as when they left for an unknown The Andrew will be glad to hear of persons desirous of purchasing good second hand canoes he has been au thorized to dispose of several at a reasonable ntl will be ts hear from anyone It is hoped thai the opening meet Ing will be well attended by all in whether members or not thi members will ie glad to entertain any visitors wno may desire to tet and the president anl secre tary will regale the company with ice cream after the close of the meet 1 AMERICAN Boston 30 20 New York 27 20 24 19 Cleveland 26 24 Louis 22 23 Washington 24 26 Philadelphia 18 27 Detroit 15 27 June cele brated flag raising day today by de feating Boston 4 to Score Boston 001 7 0 Chicago 010 7 1 McCabe and Schang Faber and June Philadelphia Detroit pitchers today and defeated the locals 8 to Score Philadelphia 001 16 1 Detroit 64 Adams and Perkins Jones and June de feated New York today 4 to 3 in twejve Score New York 000 003 12 1 Cleveland 003 000 11 2 Caldwell and Walters Bagby and June who pitched seven innings in yesterdays fourteen innings came back today and outpitched but owing to the poor support given him Washington lost 4 to Washington Louis 000 5 1 Shaw and Ainsmlth Davenport and NATIONAL Chicago 31 New York 29 Cincinnati 22 20 Boston 2fr Philadelphia IS 17 Brooklyn 15 12 14 23 22 25 25 28 New June its ninth straight game defeat ing New York 5 to Score Chicago 000 7 1 New York 100 8 1 Hendrix and Klllifer An Causey and June took Bostons place at the bottom of the first division today by defeating the locals u to 2 in sixteen Score Pittsbg 000 000 101 000 000 9 3 Boston 000 002 000 000 000 02 11 a Sanders and Archer Hearne and Brooklyn EVENTS AT BALL GROUNDS TONIGHT The are making big preparations for the events at the Athletic Park when a doubleheader baseball gume will be the pro ceeds of which will be for their Ice cream will be sold and a big time is HOURLESS NOT LOST TO Is Greater Asset as Stock Horse Than as Major Auguat Beljnonts Honrless is loat to great loss it is he is not lost to the American His blood will enrich the and blood will As a stock Hourless is almost as sure to be as great as he was on and even a horse has a was so dominant that he is bound to leave its impress on his sons and No thoroughbred ever retired to the stud had presum ably greater value than Hourless as a stock Through his sire Nego one of the most successful of the younger stallions of he goes back to the great Simon and to one of the greatest mares of all his time Hour Glass he goes back through Rock Sand to a line of the best blood in the English and French stud With such a royal heritage backed by the courage and conformation which he possesses to such a high degree he is even a greater asset to the breeding industry than he was to UPS AND DOWNS OF HI Outfielder Has Been Sent Ito Minors Three Satisfy yourself on this cannot find another cigar so uniformly full fragrant and altogether ing as the NOBLEMEN Have you smoked one lately 15 cent Usually DAVIS OX Delightfully Rich 418 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 1 Columbus Puul 6 Louisville j Kansas City 3 Toledo 2 Indianapolis Seattle Vancouver There is No Obstacle 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 ovurhftul youi1 cars thor oughly from Reboring Fitting Oversize Pistons Electrical to the smallest adjustment One trial will place you among our many satis fied STANDARD GARAGE THIRD SOUTH Harry the Brooklyn out fielder has had about as many ups and downs as any player in the busi He has been sent back to the minors by Brooklyn three times In the last few Hi was born in East 2 years ago April 1889 and broke into the professional ranks with In Before the close of the season he was sold to the then in charge of Harry When Bill Oahlen took charge in 1910 he decided that Myers wasnt ripe for fast and turned him over to and that club soon released him to Sioux Hi i swatted the pill ut a gate in 1910 and hia stick work helped the Sioux to win the Western League Dahlen recalled Myers to Brooklyn in but soon after start of the season turned him over to The Maple Leafs didnt want him and 1 Myers was sent to He had a Kuccessful season in the Southern league and recalled to but was turned over to Sioux ity again in The Dodgers again manifested a hunkering for Harrys society toward the close of the butgave him to Newark in 191 In 1914 he made his next trip to and that I time he stuck and won a regular out field No other player In the his1 tory of the game has ever been can ned and recalled by one major leaglie club so often PACIFIC COAST Lou Angeles Salt Lake Oakland 0 Vernon Sacramento 2 San Francisco INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Baltimore 0 Jersey City Buffalo 3 Syracuse Newark 3 Blnghampton Rochester 3 Toronto 17 SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION TO QUIT June tors of tin Southern Association of Professional Baseball Aclubs today voted unanimously to end the present season on June Lack of in the increased transportation costs under the new passenger rates and the draft expected to he made on players as the result of Provost Mar shal General Crowders work or fight regulations were assigned tit reasons for the actlog A BLUN Juno i sending Ubouts to the the emperor niaije a great blun according to Vice President Mar who came receive the honorary degree 01 doctor of prudence at the Vlllu Nova TOMMY BURNS WOULD BOX JESS WILLARD June Tommy Depot unudian Overseas ami former worlds heavyweight has wired to Jess Inviting him to in four roiind exlilbiticii juatch in Van couver early in July at mili tary tournanif lit in aid the Red V From Our Own Correspondent June services were held June in the Magrath Saints Meeting House over the remaine of Catherine The services were impress and the virtues of a long noble life were extolled by the Walker came to Canada 7 years ago from Scotland where she was born 64 years since Two of her sons preceded her to where they have been almost steadily employed by Bishop his large sheep ranch east of The who was a found employment in the Bishops home upon arriving in and has been very inti mate with the family The music for the occasion was furnished by the Magrath Ward Choir under the direction of Bishop who was the first he giving a brief bio graphical sketch or tne life of the de and testified as to her worthy telling howready and an xious she was to bear her share of the burdens in the journey of she had two sons and a daughter in Can one son who had been In the trenches in but now home in another son who had starv ed to death in a prison camp In Ger and another who was with the British forces when they captured the Holy but is now in The Bishop was followed by Mer cer and who spoke words of comfort to the testifying of the certainty 01 a life after where a just reward would be given for thedeeds done in the The opening prayer was offered by and the benediction was pro nounced by A cor tege of autos followed the remains to the cemetery where interment was Gurney dedicating the l Romney and of the Taylor Stake Union Board attended the Sunday School in Mag rath when a reorganization was ef fected necessitated on account of John former joining the Ira Fletcher who hae been engaged in Sunday Schpol worji in Magratli for about 12 years was sustained us superinten K Pingree Tanner as and Merle Neilaon as second assist The Magrath Sunday School is thelargest Sunday School in MACLEOD From Our Own Correspondent June all the school boys ure taking advantage of working on the for which they will receive wages and their exaralpa lions at the end of the who spent the winter In Ontario returned home dur ing the past and motored to Macleod last Many fishing parties visit Watertqn Lukes eaeh week since the season Archie motored from Re giiia last and reports the roads in Alberta verf A block of ItM wag purchased for tbat witt but an acre increase was offered for it last There is a demand for stock Many farmers have small and not much The eclipse of ihe sun on Saturday had many The school chil dren wereall prepared to view and had their glasses ready when it ap peared At Graham spent the weekend at his farm west of he expects leave Cslgarj at an early date with to help win the From the Officer of the made a seizure of a trunk at the Dominion Express office from Fernie and ad dressed to a man in When opened the trunk was found to con tain about twelve bottles of Needless the trunk did not reach its formerly of the Macleod and stationed for many at Big Bend will open a restaurant at Waterton Stuttaford hae received word that her grandson Private McCoombs of was killed In It appears he was returning from a working party when a shell burst close to him and hff was killed in ABE AT June of the American Red Cross training course party arrived in Edmonton Uiis The party is composed of some of the mostProminent indus trial and agricultural educators iu the United who are not the elements of but the adaption of their present experienco j to the special requirements of restor ing disabled soldiers to self AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING By Experienced work Special Equip ment for Rim RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills Willard SERVICE STATION HENRYTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 Vulcanizing that will outlast the many people have been trying to Thats why wo want you to know our We have an uptodate equip ment and can satisfy you with our expert work In AUTOMOBILE 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 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 QP WE CHEVROLEi BACK fJMtfttON BANK HARRY ;