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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f PAORSIX THE LETHBR1DGE DAILt HKHALD t I BRINGING UP FATHER a By McMttmis V tUL TO our TONIGHT MOORE ME CHANCE TO MAKE A AT THE FRONT DOORi WHAT HE VANTft TO FLATIRON BASEBALL BOXING RACING hSPORTM HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING Soccer Game Monday for Red Cross Benedicts Accept Bachelors Defi You cant keep a good thing Thats why the soccer players are out to revive the The baseball artists start ed the custom of playing games for patriotic and so the soccer fiends who havent played a game in two or three de cided to The other day the bachelor pigskin chasers Is sued a Today it was taken of North telephoning in a lineup that is likely to make the bachelors feel dizzy In the The benedicts have gather ed together the following door die aggregation Mclntyre Sea man and Easton Holberton Whyte and Clark Holland and i Johnstone suggests that the game be played next Monday morning for the Red It Is up to the jolly bachelors now to kick Edward known to sporting page fame as has been an inhabitant of this oblate pill called the oarth for 30 Gunboat is usually called a Cali but he isnt a native ae ie was born in Another misconception regarding Smith is that he acquired his fighting name by rea son of naval whereas that name was wished on him because he wears 11 gunboats on his The inventor of the occipital punch is flies the Stars and except on Pat ricks has a length over all of six feet and displacement of 185 pounds stripped for Time was when Smith was looked upon as a white but that time has long since ae has which has been Gunboat has taken particular delight in fighting the subjects of John He put the kibosh sign on Bombardier Wells in two and forced Fred once the pride of to hoist the flag of surrender after an equally brief Then the Union of South Africa came to the rescue of the British Empires reputation and the Boer assimilated all of Gunboats including the occipital and at the end of 10 lyiunds was eager for Smith began fighting professionally in and won most of his early battles by the knockout His first defeat was administered to him by Jim Barry in Smiths occipital blow usually was delivered with the which flash ed over his opponents shoulder and connected with the occipital bone at the base of the It was this punch that got Bombardier Wells but it was a right to the a plain punch without any that stretched McKay out for the FOR AUTO AND TRACTOR CURES GUARANTEED ANDYS RADIATOR REPAIR STATION REAR DALLAS HOTEL UPSTAIRS OXFORD RUNNERS SECOND Colonel the famous Oxford uni versity who visited the United States In has been awarded a second his Distinguished Ser vice Order for brilliant services on the The ofticial record of his gallantry follows His battalion was subjected all day to an intense which caused many casualties and cut off all communication by wire with the front line He handled the situa tion with such skill and initiative that when the enemy attacked the casual ties had been evacuated and replaced by reenforcements and communica i tion Owing to powers of his command I and the spirit he inspired to his j the attack was repulsed on the greater part of the while where the en i emy penetrated into the front line i they were counter attacked and held 1 at bay till reenforcements The enemy was driven back with i heavy loeses and the position com pletely Jackson won the mile at the univer sity sports in three consecutive years but his greatest triumph was his vic tory in the 1500meter race at the Olympic games at Stockholm In Unnecessary Trouble Most every man who runs a car has experienced some unpleasant things that make him tealize the importance of High Class Repairing By having a well equipped shop and expert mechanics we are in a position to handle any kind of repairing and guarantee our Drop In and look over our complete stock of accessor STANDARD GARAGE VELIE DISTRIBUTORS FOR STREET BASEBALL RESULTS NATIONAL Chicago 39 New York 37 Boston 29 26 Pittsburg 25 Cincinnati 23 Louis 22 Brooklyn 21 17 tS 30 29 29 32 32 23 j I TREAD IN ICE Rumor Still Persists California Clubs Will Shut Up Shop After July 4 June swamp ed Louis today winning a onesided 14 to Score Louis 000 033 Chicago 705 13 0 Sherdell and Gonzales Car ter and June held Bos ton to four hits New York win ning four to Score New York 002 9 0 Boston 000 4 0 Perritt and Raraden Nehf and Wil June being held safely by Coombs for eight inn ings Philadelphia rallied in the ninth and won 3 to Score Brooklyn 100 8 0 Philadelphia 000 5 2 Coombs and Wheat Prendergast and Cincinnati i AMERICAN Boston 37 25 3fi 28 New 33 2fi Chicago 27 27 31 31 Louis 27 32 Detroit 24 31 Philadelphia 21 35 New June retain ed first place in the American league here defeating New York by a score of 7 to Score Boston 400 10 1 New York 101 7 1 Johns and Agnew Finner an and June scored three runs in an eighth inning rally today and again won from Chicago 4 to Score Chicago 72 Detroit 000 11 0 Danforth and Schalk Cun ningham and Louis June Louis won the first game of todays double hea der 3 to Cleveland took the second game by the same Scores First Cleveland 002 8 0 Louis 000 8 2 Coveleakie and ONeill Ro gers and Second game Cleveland 000 4 I Louis OHO 7 i Bagby and Thomas Low Houck and postpon INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Bingliamnton Toronto Jersey City Rochester City to Chester Buffalo Baltimore 4 Syracuse Newark AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis Paul Toledo City Louisville Minneapolis i Other teams not INTERNATIONAL Lake Los Angeles Han Francisco Sacramento San still per sists that the Pacific Coast League is contemplating shutting up shop for the balance of the year along about July Just as fast as the rumor bobs up the magnates of thp league meet it with a stright left and knock it down They insist that they are going through to the end of the season in spite of losses which they frankly admit they will have to for San Los An geles and carrying big over head expanses in the way of these losses will probably be smaller if the league operates than if it Salt Lake and Sac ramento could suspend and save money ftccordng to the best of not one of the mag nates suggested the possibility of quitting when the league meeting was held IKre two weeks Oakland Park In Use The lafest report that the league was getting ready to quit was inspir ed by an agreement between Cal Ewing of the Shipbuilders league of Oakland for the use of his Oakland park on Saturday and Sunday after Ewings park would otherwise lie idle on those and he is of opinion that baseball in general will profit by the awakeied interest these games will Tiii Shipbuilders league will be made up pf the em ployes of the various shipyards oroiind the It is noticeable that profes sional ballplayers are numerous among according to gener al report none of the ballplayers is obliged to break his back at the daily toil of He keeps draws a substantial pay check plays hall on Saturday and Sunday and keeps himsalf from military The plan is to be fol lowed of playing a doableheader every Sunday afternoon with a sinfila price of with no extra charge for the Sunday Games In It is rumored that arrangements will be made for the staging of a Sunday morning game at Recreation park by the shipbuilders on this side of But if this arrangement sllquld be made it would not in way way imply that the Coast league was getting ready to go out of Charley Graham anil of the Sfals are in fact busying theni nelves with messages to the cities of the southern which ac cording to most recent announcement is to suspend within two or three The southern association con tains many classy players who would be a big help to the Seals If they could be signed Hut alas for hope It Is said that the shipbuilders all over the country have made overtures to the southern And of course you cant blame the ballplayer for hopping to the can you He gets good money and he apparently ceases to worry over the possibility of going to BOWED TENDON STOPS CAMPFIRE Famous 4 YearOld Colt Will Never Don Another Rac ing Plate GIANTS PLAY TO BIG Trip ANOTHER BIG GIFT June Via Keuters Ottawa Ageucyjrlt H announced Hong Kong is making a further gift of lo the Imperial govern ment toward war Attendance on First Western Beats Now wns learned hero to day that liiiUits piayeil to larger paid on the recent western trip than during the same period a year They drew a recordbreaking Sun day crowd in and received more money for livir series in Pitts bur than at any since Fred Clarkn resigned iio management of the If the Giants to tutruci av erage crowdn iit tiu PMO grounds un til they leave on their western lour it is said that all expenses for die year will liavu been covered and that the New Vork club will ou velvet for the rest of tuu the famous 4yearold colt belonging to Richard j will never don another racj ing He has broken In a i trial for the Metropolitan handicap at Belmont park recently he bowed a j He will be shipped to sons Kirklevington farm in Ken where he will be bred o some choice brood The breakdown of Campfire came as a distnct shock to all but it was more than that to Wilson and Thomas his trainj Both idolized the dej spiteapite his recent defeat both were confident he would recover his 2year old form and winthe championship All racegoers knew he possessed tremendous but Wilson and Healey were sure he pos sessed plenty of stamina and that he would demonstrate his staying pow er this In the trial in which the accident occurred he stepped a mile without taking a long breath in When he pulled Up he limped a and it was not until several later that his trainer found the As a juvenile ia 1916 Campfire had no He won stake after stake and defeated the best colts and fillies in the including August Bol monts Hourless and Wilfred Viaus Omar So fleet and cour ageous was he that he earned The colt is a big redheaded chestnut by Olambala arid Caripflre is not the only costly thoroughbred which has broken down this During the last six weeks six famous horses came to Applegates Old Rosebud was the first go Major Au gust Belmonts Hourless hurt a leg and was sent to the Last week Harry Payne Whitneys Thunderer pulled up a cripple and was and Macombers championship Sunbonnet bowed in a trial at Belmont Major Belmonts Strom boll also went wrong and was taken out of 318 FIFTH STREET THE HOME OF FASHION CRAFJ CLOTHES AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE ARROW SHIRTS New Summer Fabrics finely You can easily detect the super iority of Arrow shirts by the work manship that Is needled and tailor odinto The name Arrow sig nifies efficiency brought to the ut most point of Madras and mercerized ARROW SILK SHIRTS to CELEBRATE ON From Our Own Correspondent June Pitcher has been busy concerning our celebration for July 1st and has per sonally interviewed leading citizens and obtained their consent to act on various committees as Burt SERVICE STATION HENRY DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RETREADING REPAIRING Hy Experienced All work Special Kquip meat for Klin Cut RITCHIE 208 13th Ellison Mills Card Snow Duce Leth Each head of a committee willsel ect the necessary assistants to aid in making the day pleasant for those who will riot be able to leave town Many will go to the lakes and to other towns by but the Mayor rightly deemed it his duty to see that there was a celebration for those re maining in the as Cardston has never failed in the past to have a good celebration for our national holi June Cupid has been doing his bit even if the weather man has proven dila tory in sending the needed Last week your correspondent learned of four weddings and there may have been One of Aetnas fair Miss Ef fle daughter of and Jensen was married by Presi dent Wood to Marlon1 of John one of Cardstona bachelor has been living 1n loneliness long eo he is now rejoicing because of his new home Miss Jane who Is now residing as his bride on the aforesaid Wood also of This goor example was followed by Wallace of Hill who ia also a successful and been fortunate in winning the hand of Miss Lay for merly of near Two Grow and are also re siding at Hill CongratulatoliiH are being tendered to all parties as Hurd is a very talented lady whose presence Is u distinct addition to any On Friday evening at the home of and Roy Claudo Poison and Miss Alice Baker were married by The groom is the oldest son of of Hill and Miss Baker Is the younger of our two capable nurses at the Cardston and a daughter of and Samuel Baker of wide circle friends will wish them much Messrs Coombs and John Shafer departed on Saturday last with their families for Utah and Idaho travelling by motor both using and Gol den Woolf and Newel Brown were members of the The sale of roses ia Toronto real ized over for hospitals and other OIL and TIRES and the greatest of these Gasolene makes your car goi Oil helps the But pneumatic tires make the automo bile not only but To prove drive a block at 20 per hour your TIRES are not only but the very best in1 tires that the rubber factory on earth can Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank Mfi Cuf your with a ;