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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I*AGK SIX TflE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. JUNE 19, 19U "BRINGING UP FATHER" - m. .'  - By G. McManus HEULO-PERCV- c,6r 6r A chance:'. .r.oOD-BVE::- fJ --i.rr."'%-^-^ BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING PH ESAND BRAVES SPRIN Both Better Positions in National League Pennant Chase During Week Xew York.-The Boston and Philadelphia teams bettered their positions in the National league race and thgr-Cleveland and St. Louis cUibs in | '.hff'American league during the last veek. The leader in each circuit-Chicago , .n the National and Boston in the American - successtully maintained its place at the front. The Cubs won (our and lost two games, while tiie tied Sox won five and lost three, counting their defeat in St. Louis. The week saw two contests of un-asual length. Sanders was credited fvlth Pittsburg's Ifi-inning victory over Boston on Tuesday. Darkness on rhursday terminated at the close of the 19th inniiig, a game which, played CO a tie by the St. Louis and Philadelphia Nationals, has been equaled only once, and not surpassed. In the major leagues this season. In the first seven innings each team scored eight runs and thereafter they shut ^^. . Mild,-Yet Delightfully Rich! " 8. DAVIS (b SONS. Limitsd, M^NTRtXAL. ,4,3 Cleveland, June IS.-Overcoming a two run lead, Washington defeated Cleveland 3 to 2 in a game advanced from July 21. Score: Washington .... 000,100.200-3 10 0 Cleveland '...... 101,000.000-2 9 1 Avers and Picinch; Enzman, Coumb and O'Neill. St. Louis. June 18.-Detroit moved into seventh place by taking both games of today's double header from St. Louis, six to two .and three to one. Scores:. } ^ . First game-^ " � Detroit........ 210.012,000-6 13 0 St. Louis...... 001.000,001-2 9 1 Dauss and Yelle; Leitield, Wright and Nunamaker. Second game- Detroit ........ 010.000,002-3 4 2 St. Louis..... 100,000,000-1 Boland and Y'elle; Sothoron Severoid. (No other games scheduled). SOCCER CHALLENGE Some of the old soccer players in the city are getting the fever and are casting about for a game so as to be In line with the old timers of baseball and lacrosse circles. A team ot single players has announced itself ready to take on an eleven from among the ranks ot the benedicts nt a game of soccer on the morning ot July 1st, and throw out a challenge to the married men to get busy. Here's your chance, gentlemen. ? > ? ? ? ? ? : WOMEN TO SWIM GOLDEN GATE. Second Annual Race Will Be Staged on July 4. and NATIONAL Chicago ........... New York ........ Boston ............ Philadelphia ...... Cincinnati ........ Pittsburg ......... San Francisco.-Independence day, Thursday, July 4, bas been set for the second annual women race across the Golden Gate, tho entrance from the Pacific ocean Into San Francisco bay. Nineteen ot tho Pacific coast's best mermaids .finished In last year's race, which was won by Jlias Frances Cowells. Mrs. Ernest Smith was the first to finish, but was disqualified tor having, inadvertently, not followed tho prescribed course. Twenty-six girls faced the starter'.s pistol. The ilistance covered is approximately one and one quarter miles and Miss (Jowfill's time was 41 minutes and 111 seconds. This narrow strait is couBldcicd one of the most difficult pieces ot water on the Pacific coast to swim for tlie reason that the in and out rushing tides make many rips and choppy seas which must be overcome by the swimmer. It is expected that both .Miss Cow-ells and Mrs. Smith again will be entrants in this year's event and this, for one reason, has done much to spur interest in tho event. .Mrs. Smith's supporters contend that notwithstanding her disqualification last year she displayed her superiority over. Miss Cowells. BERLIN IS NOW CONTROLLING ALL Amsterdam, June 18.-The visit ot 16,i members of tho German relch-stag to Hamburg to discuss rebuilding and the economic system after the war appears to have resolved itself, on tlio p:irt of the Hamburg shipping world, into a demonstration in favor of free and against state-controlled trade and shipping. In his address to the reichstag deputies yesterday, Herr Witthotf, member o' tho chamber of commerce, complained that everything was placed under the tutelage of Berlin and concentrated on Berlin where the authorities no longer knew of the existence ot Hamburg and Bremen. KILLED MANY HER, Fourteen-Year-Old Boy Took Brother's Place in the Fighting Line Won. Lost. P.C. 34 If. .694 34 - In .694 20 26 .500 MO 26 .458 22 28 .440 2(1 28 .417 19 29 .396 IS � 30 .375 New York, Juno IS,-New York closed a long stay at home today by defeating Cincinnati 7 to 1. Score; Cincinnati .... 000,100,000-1 10 2 New York ..... 020,300,02x-7 9 0 Bresaler, Regan, Allen and WIngo; Perritt and McCarty. Brooklyn, June IS.-Brooklyn made twelve hits tor a total ot nineteen bases today but lost to Chicago 4 to 3, through reckless base running. Score: Chicago...... 002,020,000-4 8 2 Brooklyn ..... 100,010,100-3 12 1 Vaughn and KlUiter; Marquard and Miller. Boston, June IS.-Boston made it three out of four from St. Louis here today winning 4 to 1. Score; St. Louis...... 001,000,000-1 fi 1 Boston......Oll.lOLOOx-4 9 0 Doak, May, Shcrdell and Gonzales; Filllrigem and Wilson. , Philadelphia, June IS.-Stock's" double in tho first Inning was tho only hit off Cooper today, but King's tumble and a wild pitch converted It into the only run oT' the game. Four double plays helped Hogg blank the Pirates. Score; Pittsburg...... 000,000,000-0 9 1 Philadelphia .. . 100,000,00x-1 1 \ Cooper and Archer; Hogg and Burns. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Rochester 5, 13, 2; Newark 3, 3, 4, Syracuse 3, 6, 0; Jersey City 2, 5, 1. Buffalo 2, 2, 0; Blnghampion 3, 10, 1. Second game-flutfalo 8, 7, 0; Blnghampion 3, 6, 4. Toronto-Baltimore, game nailed off on account ot darkness. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 4. ^� 2; St. Paul 6, 6, 1. Indianapolis 3, 10, 1; Milwaukee 7, 9, 1. Louisville 1, 9, 0; Kansas City 7, 10, 2. Columbus 2, 4, 3; Minneapolis 4, 11, 2. PACIFIC COAST Vernon 3, 8, 0; Sacramento 2. 6, 0. Salt Lake 2, 8. 0; San rrancisco 5, 10, 1. Oakland 1, 10, 0; Los AngoleB 2, 7, 1. P. C. INTERNATIONAL Seattle 15, 3, 2; Portland 9>4.l, Vuncouvei' C, 19,1; Aberdeen 2, 6, 4, IT SELDOM HAPPENS. For the first time in 13S years a woman owner has won tho English Derby, and she is Lady James Douglas, -whose great colt Gainsborough, won from a field of thirteen'starters. colt herself and she offered him in the yearling sales with a reserve of $10,000, but he failed to entice a single bidder at that price. Then the owner decided to keep him and he developed 30 well that rising his two-y^ar-old season she determined to race him, with the result that he won one race | last year. In tho early spring ho was Mported to have developed into a smashing colt, and tho report turned to be true, for Gainsborough won the two thousand guineas in a canter. London, June 19.-How a hoy ot tourloen impcrBoualod his elder brother In tho great battle In Franco in April, was told in a Folkestone police court today whan Arthur Stoi)hena was charged with wearing a military uniform without autliority. Young Stephens' elder brother came' liere on leave early in 'the winter and failed to return to his unit at the proper time. Eager to get into the fighting, the boy surrendered to the police In the name of his brother. Ho was sent to 'is brother's unit and after sixteen days ot fighting In the German offensive, his Identity was discovered and ho was sent back home. Meanwhile his brother rejoined his regiment , "I killed a great many Germans," the boy told the magistrate. "It was easily done, for you only had to pull the trigger and you could not miss them." Tho fourteen year old soldier was discharged. , Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET THE HOME OF FASHION CRAFT. CLOTHES AND THE FL0R8HEIM SHOE SHIRTS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN $1.25 to $3.50 Wonderful patterns, crayon, chalk or pencil stripes, floral designs or in plain colors. Collars attached or separate. Made by Cluett-Poabody, Tooko and otlier high grade makers, the value la unbeatable. All sizes. New Shipment of Cluett-Peabody's Tub SUk Shirts In the most fascinating stripes and plain colorH, in sport and other styles. All sizes. $4.00 to $9.00 TOTAL LOSS. An Atlantic Port, June 17.- Passengers of the crew of the wrecked steamer Ascania arrived her Sunday morning on a patrol vessel. On board the Ascania were 191 In the crew of whom only one was a woman and eight passengers, three of whom were marconi operators enroute to the Pacific Coast, two returned soldier's and one priest. The ship will be a total loss, according to members of the crew. It having commenced to break up yesterday. TY COBB HISSED. Ty Cobb hissed in his own town because he dropped a thuowh ball In j a recent game is tho information contained In a Detroit nc^wspaper. Those Tiger fans must bo a raw meat eating aggregation. In the last 10 years Ty has won about 500 games tor them single-handed. Cobb has been playing first base bo-cause Jennings had plenty of outfielders and jirevious to making his error he had acqopted 42 chances without a skip. Then the fans booed him. Can you beat It? service station henryTdenn Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired ^^W^^�^.^^^io^e^16^ auto tires OF ALL SIZES vulcanized By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By TOxperlencert Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Rim Cut Ropairs. r. d. ritchie 208 13th St . Of�i Ellison Mills Look Out for the man who offers everything cheap. Cheapnoas of quality in Tires and Tubes often prove oxpcnsivo no matter how cheap tho price. Mileage Is what counts with tho auto owner and by keeping In slock only the best grades we are able to satisfy the most exacting. It will pay you to patronize trustworthy people and you make no mistake when you come here. STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH THE HOME OF THE FAMOUS VELIE SIX Enjoy your Week end Outing by Having your Car Equipped With New Tires We sell all the best makes. All sizes^ Baalim Motor Co. HOMj^E OF THE CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK 231969 31 ;