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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .SATURDAY, JUNK 30. 1017 nm r.imiBHiDGE DAILY PACK THREE BRINGING UP, FATHER" By.G. McManus Big League Baseball Boston York Detroit Cleveland Washington St.1 Louis Philadelphia .NATIONAL Won. P.C. Kevv'Tork 3S .22 .C33 Chicago Philadelphia.....- 2C 22 .621 SB 32..- .643 St- Louis' 34 30 .531 Cincinnati 36 .500 Brooklyn 26 32 .US IJoslon 24 34 .414 PJtlsburg ,f. 20 38 .345 Broke Even" New York, June Now .York and Boslonfhfokc.c'ren In.o ujmblc.hcader hero loday- The. .lifsl -game ;Tfag.- a i closely- contested was won hy whllo Hie-second va's a "farce which. Boston won by a Alasroo was1 put off tho'field lu Iho first inning o[ the SCL'- ond garce for protesting a called strike. Boslon .-i'0lll) 1 5 0 2 6 1 Tyier-J.and >Tragressor; Uenton, Gibson, Rerlden. AMERICAN Won. Lost. 42 40 35 31 33 2C 21 21 22 24 28. 30 34 si; so '33 .403 .419 .381 .356 Detroit Hit Hard St. Loiiln, June Koob HcCabe and-.Park letting 19 hits and walked -over "SI Louis 10 to 1. Hellmaii hll'a home run with Cobb on first III the fitlli ant Veach pufdne into tlio'rigliffiel. bleachers for a homer In has Cobb got a triulo and two., singles, tas ranlous. walked twice-and stole a. base In Datlerles _ tomonil: With District Ball Teams LOMOND 6, CHAMPION 4. Champion, June Thursda afternoon the Champion baseba team, 'minus liie Slarr brolhera nn in ihe olc lost out I Play Starts at. Nine Monday- All Membei's Expected to Enter Frank Lewis, who list, visited l.omund K fast clean Klrsl lime up Lewis and Barney Hummcll crossed' the plate tor Iho Hrs.1 scores; In Ihe ruth Lew's crossed tor tbc third, ond in Iho eighth Silcr making ol pretty cainti'Mn for tlclug Lomond'; at -'Ibat time. In each of the. fourth, sixth, and nlnlhf Lomond copped tivu inns. Louis and the Starr boys bick rd to repealing the old liT coimeclion with Mondaj a fcoir .ournaincnt In aid .of the lied Cross he cotnmitlcc has drawn up Hie Tol- lowLnu .mles, and made tlio follow- ing draw: This draw has been made for Ihc full club jncmberslJp All members are cxnected lo enter, hut ihosc who cannot will -please advise III' secretary Phone 1327. A new draw be made of lln players whose'opponents have given nollcc that they cannot play. .-All cor.SetitoraJ must'piny Ihe Tut IS holes. '.A reasonable IntcrmlEsio wl.l be allowed between each 9 holes ot exceeding 10 minutes. PJp.y can commence at 5 o'clock. to be deposited, in the bux In e Police Club House. Cards must j iMgntu ty each player's opponent. TI-A entrance lee ia 50 cents. The olac proceeds Is lo go to Ibe licit fuhCs. and the committee are nslai.1 ;jiarthe Golf. Club's doaallon liall h'e as large.as possible. Tea, Ice cream and soft drinks will >c bv Ihe Hid Cross Society roni p.m. until 6 o'clock In the R. N. V. P. Club House. draw: D'% Hoy vs. Poapsl. Oillund TS. Kennedy; J. N. vs. D.irldson vs. Jack Adjms.. G. "iTarrfl Gco. -Morris. I May DUon vs.' Miss Dora I N'ira.t'.ons. Mii. Craig- vs. Miss Bervl Xinv vs. Ml-s Ijilfcrly. McGregor vs. Dr. Craig. r vs. X. T. Mcl-eod. Ju'ricf. Jackson vs. ilydo. Dull rs. Shepherd. Skclth vs. Hume.' Crawford vs. Cutler. f M.rKlllep vs. Sid Jackson. E. vs. n. Ha'-'1-, P. vs. Bertram. Dr. Fox vs. Waddlngton. T. vs. W. J. Armslrong. A. Hlglnbolham vs. J. D. Higln- botham. Hogg vs. Fleming. GalbralUt vs. Harmon. 11. Gulbault vs. II. C. Macdonald. Stanley Klrlihani vs. A. Fischer. 1'enncfallier vs. McA'rthur. H. V. Gibbons vs. HlacKburn. Fergusoii vs. MacUelh. Harobaw vs. IJr. Cragg. Jno. Home vs. Dowsley. It. A. Smith vs. Torrance. J. A, MacKay vs. R J. H. Pntlerson-' Dr. Taylor vs. U. S. Winter. Hrymner vs. Hardle. McKnrland vs. B. H. Geo. E- A. Rice vs. A.'V. Gibbons. .las. Dawson vs. A. H. Taskcr. o LAWN BOWLING HOL-IDAY GAMES. All players arc requested to be on the green on Monday morning not later than ten o'clock. A rink or pairs game will be organized according to the number turning np. Tbls gamo will occupy (he fore- noon only, so that those wish- Ing to attend tbc Red Cross Carnival at Ihe Fair Grounds .will be tree in liii-c to do so. A .j A NEW SMART MODEL T O O K E COLLAR 2te- i lor He. TOOKF. BROS. LIMITED Miltr. MonUu] SAYS HUN BOAT. DESTROYED. .Tlio Hague, June Is reported that Ihc German sleamer Wcatfaelen bound from Rotterdam to Copenhag- eu, struck a mine this morning near Tcrscliclling and sank. Tbc accounts slate that 13 members or Ibe creiv were rescued by Dutch torpedo boats. Hemember Ihe New Edison Recrea- tion Recital In the V. 31. C. A. Watch for the dale. Free. times up. .-.000 000 0 6 0 3 Itudblph and Tragressor; Tesrcau .and Gibson. ;.Pitchers', Duel 110011165-10 13 2 Pltlsbu'rg, June a pitchers' duel between Maxvvell and IbdHy w.on.2 lo 0., won hla own gam'o In the .second wlien he BlngUd'wilh livo men out, wept Ic "Becond an Groh was passed and scored I-'-'on I Cincinnati Pltl3bnrg r.ODO 000 000-0 3 MItchell'and Wlrvgo; and W- rHg'me Run Won-.- Chicago, home Ihe al.i'lh sire SL.' Louis a lead was 'Unable lo over- .come and won today, I. _The vlsltofi cljnched victory In the by, scoring G runs on four hits and two errors. v SI. Louli 102000-3 8 0 6! 3 GqnKaleB; Dcnaree, Hendrli and Philadelphia, June ud Brooklyn, postponed, ralii. NORTHERN, Fargo Oi.WlnnlpCE'4. 8; Winnipeg St. Louis 100 000 1 4 3 Covcleskic and'Slanage; Koob, Mc- Cabe, Park and Sevcroid.i'. Defeated i Ya'nki..'. noston, June delcate'd New York, 2 to 1. In 10 Innings today. Both ol the local's'rims were the re suit ot errors. NCTV York ..010 000 .000 100 000 7 Mogrldge Foster and Agiievr. Were Poor I'hilartclphia, June playing by Washington In iho ninth inning gavo Philadelphia Hie victory today 4 lo 3. i Washington Philadelphia 3, 1 Harper find Airismlih; KalXenrHJrg Is'oyes and Meyers. V Cleveland, June (odiy defeatcd Cleveland 3 lo'4. Cleveland filled the two were out In the ninth, but Wbcr ended-Ihe ganie by slrtking out pinch hlller Chicago Cleveland .000 001 OMr-1 Faber and Schalk; .CoyelesVle ami o'Nciu. Lcivls; Champion: Slier and B. Lewis Jrapire, Julie Strleh. BURDETT AND TABER TIE Hnrdett, June a game be- wcen Burdell and Tabcr. leauis here on Thursday, a lie game resulted after one ot the hardest roughl battles, ot :be' season.- Tabcr tied np ihe score In the last halt ol the-ninth. The Taber pitcher made an error In tbe fourth will, tivo men on and .D'.irdetl thoughl tbcy had Ibe: game on Ice but Taber swlichctl pitchers and man aged to ttc up Hie game in the las frame. The same teams play on July fourth. Xoptrali; Bi'liimoreS. liocheViter NeVirk.6. ProTldcnrc-BarTalo, wet grounds. BIObmoAil-Torontp, .rain. OolmaborZ; St. Pinl 4. LoafaTdle J Minneapolis 0. ToledpIS; KtDsms Cflty 4. IxwIsTllle 1J Minneapolis 0. ItpRTHWESTERN Seattle. t; Spokane fills Unite, poslponcd, team Two Big on. Moiiday COALDALE AND BAGWELL TIE Coaldalc, June played at -Darnwell last night in a game which resulle'd In a draw, 6-5. T.ho Barnwell team was strcngllieued con- siderably by assistance from Taber, which affeclcil Ihc score in Ihc above manner. Tuttlands pitched for the home team, being relieved hy While for the last two Innings'. Howard put Ihem over tor CoaWale. .A shower.of rain came on In Iho fifth Inning which delayed the game lo such an extent! thai Ihe tie could 'not be nlayed pK of darkness. Barnwell started In to ruttluK do'wn three- lallles In the first Coaldale found Hie pitcher-in the third and him all over, gelling four men across the plalc. :In the slxlli Knudson was Ml by the 'pitcher: hut was not pre- v'enled Trom making .Ihc round.'com- plellng'lhe score for When Barnwell came', lo bal.'.lt was with the determination .not to be beaten, so Lewis and HoUcway each took singles and rnanaaed lo gel around before the 'side .wenl'dowii. For the reraainlng three' failings neither side PAqFIC COAST OaltlantH; Sa'lt.Uke 9. -lot Abceka pi San Kranclsco 7. Portlaid 5. iff XMOHQ THE Booted Higtief Jennings liirnVd Wal- ter' the Vankoeii Iho cnr- wal'drawn .acrosi Ihe firturo felte Hnghty would have snrrcnrlcr- ed any fHhcr mail on his ctub, barring I.Cobb ihd pnsnlbly Boh-Vcach. M'-Mpt'-tpdiii'ih' ono o( Ihe great- l .ih'o lr'.VIitVrr, bull's greater prom Our baseball hearera will travel to Taber (his evening, paying expenses in order to cross bats with the Crescents In a game In aid of the Taber Red Cross .branch, v .Currle, who pitched for Commerce lasl'jear In t memorable game here 'against Iho Old Timers, will hurl 'em over (or the LrthbrMge crew. It Is pOiflble Currle and Harding will constitute Ihe LelhbrHie ballerr. A new star wlll'.alio 6n Ibe local line-up; Marlon, wHo pUjfed 'wrth' until ten daya ago, but who It now a Uthbrldge resldenl, will" hold; Mm the awkward comer, .which' will ne hl> npeclal zone ot action tor the rest of the It Is 'hafdly likely Ixwls will on the mound for Taber an. be will probably .be laved for (he big clash bfirjs On Monday afternoon TnWr" comes lo to a game .with Iho locals at 3.30, before Ihe Cross Carnival; crowd. Both tenmi irt IheV. mir.Tlcelr'and fay- Ing -ill (heir Oh Monday' evening Iho IMiils go to Conldile to pliy In Iho big loVrrwy Uiere for t >M puree, UGHT 1 LUNCHES >Sen efl All pay aominion Day JUtY 2ND. Rendcrsn Are You the AUied Armies kNLY proven effidency survives in this war. Men, weapons and equipment mua make good beyond or go to the scrap heap. A.years adive service is a sterner left than a decade of peace I Beyond all question the Gillette has proved itself the Razor of the Great aU the Allied Armies, on all the Fronts. Gillette Razors have- gone Overseas in ia sleady from Canada and uSe 'United by Uibusands, by hundreds of thousands and by millions Compact eiwogK for for inAant action-the GiDeUe served with Ae fighting meii everywhere.- On" the firing refrething shave is relitbed as a bit oi home comfort in the wMemeii. V To Ac man in the Gillette Safely Razor often Ae advmntages that have won favor There not a man living whh a' beard to wave who. cannot birtter with a he will we it Correctly, with a light grip and the angle Uroke. If there is a nun who not over the CiDette' not caught wmpfe knack of using it. .''7" If yom SoTefy Razor yoartelf, rant Imd jva kima Ooentat icooU one n t'ftft yam. 2S3 Stwidatd "BOdop" ami "Arirtocrata" f, Pocket Edrtiom to atkm Set. p At Drug, Jewehr and Hardware GiBette Saletj Razor Co. rf Limited, aail Faetory: Gillette Montreal t ;