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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LbVIhSUHlOltE UAiL.1 Jim/VLW WI.;UMi;SI-)AY, JUNE 12, lOlH 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G; McManus FOR ELL^ AT EI6t to racing-and a great loss it is -but he is not lost to the American turf. His blood will enrich the breed, and blood will tell. .\3 a stock horse, Hourless is almost an sure to be as great as ho was on the track. His character, and 'even a horse has a character, was so dominant that he is bound to leave its impress on his sons and daughters. No thoroughbred ever retired to the stud had presumably greater value than Hourless as a stock horse. Througli his sire Nego-lol, one of the most successful of the younger stallions of France, he goes back to the great St. Simon and to Plaisanterie. one of the greatest mares of all times. Through his time Hour Glass II. he goes bac"k through Rock Sand to a long line of the beat blood in the English and French stud books. With sucli a royal heritage backed by the speed, stamina, courage and conformation which he possesses to such a high degree himself, he is even a greater asset to the breeding Industry than he was to racing. --- Satisfy yourself on this point-one cannot find another cigar so uniformly full flavored, fragrant and altogether satisfying as the NOBLEMEN! Have you smoked one lately? mm Moblemen 15 cent O^ar Mild,-Yet Delightfully Rich! 9. DAVIS cn SONS, Limited, mTdNTRE^U. (Usually 2.for.25c.) 4ia NATIONAL Chicago .... New York ., Cincinnati . Pittsburg ... Boston .... Philadelphia Brooklyn Won. Lost. P.C. 31 12 .721 29 14 .674 23 .489 20 22 .476 20 25 .444 IS .419 17 25 .405 15 2S .349 New York, June 11.-Chicago won its ninth straight game here, defeat ing New York 5 to 3. Score: Chicago ..........002 000 003-5 7 1 New York .......100 100 010-3 .S 1 Hendrix and Killifer; Tesreau, Anderson, Causey and McCarty. Boston, June 11.-Pittsburg took Boston's place at the bottom of the first division today by defeating the locals ;i to 2 in alxleon Innings. Score: Pittsb'g 000 000 101 000 000 W.', 9 Boston 000 002 000 000 000 0-^2 11 2 Sanders and Archer; Hearne and Wllaon. Brooklyn  Cincinnati, postponed, rain. UPS AND DOWNS OF HI MYERS. Brooklyn Outfielder Has Been 4 to Minors Three Times. Sent FUNERAL SERVICES (From Our Own Corresyomlent) Magrath, June 5.-b'uuoral services wore held Saturday, June 8th, In the -Magrath L. D. Saints' Meeting House over the remains of Mrs. Catherine Walker. The services were impressive, and the virtues of a long noble life were extolled by the speakers. Mrs. Walker came to Canada 7 years ago from Scotland where she was borfi i>4 years since Two of her sons preceded her to Alberta, where they have been almost steadily employed by Bishop Marker,on his large sheep ranch east of Stirling. The deceased, who was a widov/, found employment in the Bishop's home upon arriving in Alberta, and has been very intimate with the family since. The music for the occasion was furnished by the Magrath Ward Choir under the direction of O. R. Blumel. Bishop Harker, who presided, was the first speaker, he giving a brief biographical sketch or me life of the departed, and testified as to her worthy character, telling how-ready and anxious she was to bear her share of the burdens In the Journey of life, she had two sons and a daughter in Canada, one son who had been in the trenches in France, but now home In Scotland, another son who had starved to death In a prison camp In Oer-many, and another who was with the British forces when they captured the JIO.OO an acre increase was offered for it last week. There is a demand for stock farms. Many farmers have small herds, and not much pasture. The eclipse of the sun on Saturday had many admirers. The school children were all prepared to view it, and had their glastos ready when it appeared at 4.40 p.m. Capi. Graham spent the week-end at his fafm west of Madeod, ho expects to leave Calgary at an early date with a''large contingent, to help win the war. working party when a shell burst close to him and hcf was killed instantly. ARE AT EDMONTON. Edmonton, June 11.-The menibr-! of the American Red Cross training course party arrived in lidmontou Uaix morning. Tho party Is composed of some of the most prominent industrial and agricultural educators iu the United Staffs, who are studying, not the elements of education, but the ,_ I adaption of their present oxporlenco r...- � If'�"I' ^Vu V, , > > to t'le special requirements of reator-j ;r:'.,.','?.^!!.?  ing disabled soldiers to self support. There is No Obstacle AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 1; ,Columbus 4. St. Paul 6; Louisville 3. Kansas City 3; Toledo 6. ^Milwaukee 2; Indianapolis 4. P. C. INTERNATIONAL Seattle 1, 3, 2;. Vancouver 10, 15, 0. Harry Myers, the Brooklyn out fielder has had about as many ups and downs as any player in the busl ness. He has been sent back to the minors by Brooklyn three times in the last few years. Hi was born in East Liverpool. Ohio, 29 years ago (April 27, 1889) and broke into the professional ranks with ConnellHvillo, Pa., In 1909. Beforo the close of the season he was sold to the Dodgers, then in charge of Marry Lumley. When Bill Dahlen took charge in 1910 he decided tliat Myers wasn't] Holy City, but is now in Franco. �' -- *-----"i Tho Bishop was followed by A. .Mer- I cer and J. L. Glib, who spoke words 1 of comfort to the bereaved, testifying of tho certainty oi a life after death, where a just reward would be given for the-deeds done in tho flosh. The opening prayer was offered by Geo. Naylor, and the benediction was pronounced by W. II. Hendlny. A cortege of autos followed the remains to tho cemetery where Interment was made, Geo. Ourney dedicating the jjrave.. ' .Messrs. Romney and Anderson, of tho Taylor Stake S. H. Union Board attended the Siinday School In Magrath when a re-organization was effected necessitated on account of John T. Steele, former superintendent, his next trip to Brooklyn, and that Moining tho colors. Mr. Ira C. Fletcher time ho stuck and v/on a regular out-1 who ha�i been engaged in Sunday Schpol woi^t in Magrath for about 12 a seizure of a trunk at tho Dominion Express office from Fornle and addressed to a man In .Macleod. When opened the triink was found to contain about twelve bottles of whiskey. Needless to say, the trunk did not reach its destination. W. Simpson, formerly of the ft.N. W.M.P.,, Maclood and stationed for many year� at Big Bend detachment, will open a restaurant at Watortou Lakes. ' .Mrs. Stuttaford has received word that her grandson Private McCoombs of Macleod, was killed in action. It appears he was returning from a \1 1^ m in the way of your finding our ostttblishinent easily. We are always ready to oblige patrons with tho most court-eouii and obliging service. Our repairing is unexcelled, wf overhaul your cars thoroughly from Reboring Cylinders, Fitting Oversize Pistons Electrical Work. to the smallest adjustment possible. One trial will place you among our many satisfied patrons. STANDARD GARAGE ^ THIRD XREET SOUTH ' PACIFIC COAST LoH Angeles 2, Salt Lake 4. Oakland 1. 7, 0; Vernon 2, 13, 2. Sacramento G, 14, 2; San Francisco.j 4, 12, 4. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Baltimore 4, 8, 0; Jersey City 2, 5, 3. Buffalo 0, 8, 3; Syrafmso �, 10, 3. Newark 4, 8, 3; Binghampton 5, 12, 3. Rochester 2, 9, 3; Toronto 3, 1-i, 1. (17 innings). ripe tor fasi company, and turned him over to llochester, and that club soon released him to Sioux City. Ill swatted the pill at a .345 gate In 1910 and his stick work helped the Sioux to win the Western League T)ennant. Dahlen recalled .Myors' to Brooklyn in 1911, but soon after tho, start of the season turned him over to Toronto. The .Maple liCats didn't want him and Myers was sent to .Mobile. He ha^l a successful season in the Southern league and was recalled to Brooklyn, but was turned over to Sioux ,lty again in 1912. The bodgtrs again inanifested a hankering for Harry's society toward the close of the season, buf'gave him to Newark In 1913.. In i014 ho made' field job. No other player in the hla tory of the game has ever been canned and recalled by one major, leaglie club so often as .Myers. A BLUNOEI^. years was sustained as superintendent, wUh K Pingree Tanner as first, and .Merle Nellson as second assistant. The Magrath Sunday School Is the"largest L.D.S. Sunday School Canada. In Philadelphia, Junditj..-In Hendlng U-boats to the AtUmClc' Seaboard, the tjerman emperor nia^e a great blunder, according'to Vice President Marshall, who Clime here 'to receive the honorary degree ni' doctor of jurisprudence at tho Villa Nova College. SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION TO QUIT Hirmingliam, Ala., Juno 10.-Directors of the Southern Association of Professional Baseball ^cluhs today voted unanimously to end the present season on Juno 28. Lack of interest in the game, increased transportation costs under tho new passenger rates and tho draft expected to be made on players as tho result of Provost Marshal General Crowdor's ".work or fight" regulations wore asfligned ua readonB for the aclloa  -^ : > > ? > > : -J- AUTO TIRES OF ALIp SIZES VULCANIZED By tho Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING �. REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. A^! work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Him Cut'Uopairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 13th St, 8. 0pp. Ellison Mills i service station henryTdenn proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged 4nd Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 Vulcanizing that will outlast tho tire, many people have boon trying to .flml. That's why wo want you to know our address. We have an up-to-date equipment and can satisfy you with our export work In automobile tire vulcanizing, as well as please 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, McKlnnon, Proprietor 305'6th Street, Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 495 "Service that satisfies" (From Our Own Correspondent.) Macleod, Juno 10.-Almost all the school hoys are taking advantage of working on the farm, for which they will receive wages and their exaraipa-tions at the end of tho term. Mi's. Dr. Kennedy, who spent . the winter in Ontario returned homo during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. McCready 'motored to Macleod last week. Many fishing parties visit Wntcrtojn Lukes 'oaeh iwoek since the season opened. Archie Johnson, motored from lie-Kina last week, and roporls'the roads in Albprta very good. A block of \tM was purchased for a price Uiat wafi 4iwiidarwl Ush. but 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. BACK MOMF. OP 1 ^ mHON BANK r+�e CHEVROLEi i HARRY HOI.MAN, Mgr. 7539 723092 ;