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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX "BRINGING UP FATHER" THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1018 By G. McManus \ BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING CHICAGO IRieUNE WRIIER'SACCOUN IRISON SCRA Chicagoan Assimilated McGoor-ty's Punches in an Amazing Manner The fans have been patiently waiting for some more details of the Phil Harrison-Eddie McGoorty battle- in Racine last Priday night. Here they are. from the Chicago Tribune. whUh had Ray Pearson, their boxing expert, at the ringside for the tray. Th(> Tribune put an eight-column streamer headline over the account of the bout, showing what they think of Harrison down that way. Here's Pearson's dope: Racine.-Phil Harrison won't go back to the junk pile, at least for a while yet. By cro.ssing a right to Eddie McCrOony'a jaw in the third round to-night, the Chicago. Ghetto fighter pulled a stunt that was a startling upset, and whgn the score on ten rounds was summea up a draw verdict fitted tiie light. McGoorty entered the ring a 7 to 5 favorite, and but "for the unfortunate business of permitting Harrison's fist to connect with his chin, Oshkosh Eddie would have scored a victory by -a wide shade. McGoorty's Kayo Punch Missing. McGoorty didn't seem to punch with the K.O. force displayed in his bout �with Frankie Brenniin, or else Harrison has a junk jaw. Times -without number Eddie -punched Phil with left hooks and right crosses, but the bllurae learned the game In the Old Country and he has a "wonlth of information about it that will please the golf tiends. The Herald considers itself fortunate that Mr. Hume has consented to contribute ;jfrom . his fund of golf lorn, and wfe know golf enthufl-lasts win consider themselves fortunate. � ' Now that the greens are in shape and tlie course ha.s been improved, better scores are being turned In. But that hasn't-�vercaju6 the habit of failure to turn in cards In competition ganio-s on the part of some members. Poor scores shouldn't be allowed to stand in the way. Give the handicapping committee a chance. Bo sure to turn in your scores for the week-end competition coming up. NEW REGULATIONS FOR BILLIARD ROOMS. Ordcr-in-Councjl Setting out New Requirements Passes Provincial Government, You Can't Get Any More Out of a Thing Than You Put Into It. That hold* Bood with cars, too. THE MITCHELL Is the 100% car. That's why it costs more than some kinds. But you will remember the yean of eatisfactory service you got out of It long after you have forjotten what you first paid for the car. Bijou Mptor Parlors Limited THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET-SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Chicago, May 1,-After throe post ponements on account of indemont weather, Pittsburg and Chicago rtiei ill the final game of the .series today and Chicago won by 5 to 3. Merkle's liomer in the third scored the winning run. James Archer, a former veteran of the,Chicago club, now with Pittsburg was presented with a cheat of sliver by friends. The score; Pittsburg ......... 100 101 000-3 7 0 Chicago ..........301 000 Olx-3 8 2 Carlson, Jacobs and Schmidt; Vaugim and iCIillfBr._ (Ten innmga,; Cincinnati. May L-Tho hitting ot Ilomsby was the deciding factor in St. I.,ouIh' ten-lnnlng victory over CInolnnati today. Hornsby scored Baird witli a double in tlie fourth Inning and in the tenth he led oft with a three-bagger and scored on Cruise's sacrifice fly. U was Liberty Loan Day and the players of the Cincinnati team subscribed $12,580; .Managor Mathewiion led the list with the purchase of $10,000 worth of bonds. Score: i  St. Louis ......000 100 000 1-2 (i 1 CInolnnati .....000 001 000 0-1 10 2 -May and Gonzales; Eller and Allen. Broke Tie. lirooklyn, May 1.-Boston broke tho tie for seventh place in the .N'alional league by defeating Brooklyn today, 4 to Tho score; Boston '...........000 012 001-4 9 1 Brooklyn .........000 000 002-2 5 2 Ragan and Henry; Marquard, Grl-ner and .M. Wheat. The executive council at Edmonton has passed regulatiuns altering tho requirements for the licensing of billiard rooms and bowling alleys in the province. According to the new regulations every application for a license shall be accompanied by a written recommendation from the head of the municipality, an inspector of the provincial police or the pool room Inspector to the effect that the premises In which the proposed business leVto be carried on are in every respect suitable for the purpose, that the applicant is a person of goid-repute, and one to whom such license might properly be granted. It also provides that no soft drinks shall be sold or kept In any pool room or bowling alley; no other business of any kind other than tha sale of tobacco shall be carried on In the pool room or bowling alley premises; no gambling or game of chance ot any kind fliiali be allowed fn any pool room or bowling alloy; tho windows of such premises shall not be obscured ao as to any degree prevent an uninterrupted view from tlio outside of the interior. Notice of the provisions ot this act and any regulations made thereunder in form approved of by the Attorney General shall be kept posted in conspicuous places In the premises. It further proviiles that notice ot every application for a license shall be piihllBliod in a newspaper published nearest to the proposed premibcs or If more newspapers / than ono are published In such locality then In one of such newspapers once a -week tor at least two weeks. / SIR! Speaking : of : SUITS We have a strong statement to make and we �want you to see for yourself and learn whether or not it is justified by facts. A shipment of 45 Suits arrived yesterday for our new spring business whi^h we were to retail at $32.50 and $35.00. NOW! As a climax to our week of special values during our "248th Anniversary Celebration" event, we shall place the entire shipment on sale at $22.48 suit. They are made of fine Worsteds and Serges. English cloths In light and dark grey. Some plain, others fancy weaves, brc'.vn stripes and checks; the new pin stripe. In fact, everything desirable. All bear our personal guarantee label. COME AND JUDGE THE VALUES FOR YOURSELF, FRIDAY & SAT. ONLY $35 SUIT for ANOTHER SHIRT BUYING OPPORTUNITY SHIRTS at 87c ea. Three for $2.50 ' You men who have been hunting around for a goo .:.;. :. .> ?  ? ABANDONS EFFORTS, *� �^ St. I'aul, .Minn., May 1.-Tele- ? >. grntnn were recolyod heHp late to ? night from Col. 1. C. Miller, In  ; charge of affairs, that he had abandoned efforts to stage the  : WillUrd-Fulton fight 'In St. Paul. * ? ? ? ? * ? * * ONEFODR NEWS (Special to the Heralds Onofoiir, April 29.-Seed is going into the ground rapidly. Ole Slngsas has pulled iln two loads ot lumber for his new homo on tho N\V, 'A lB-2-.=i. U. N. Current has gone to a hospital at Lethbridge for medical treatment, and Clarence Is running tho larm. Jlr. and Mrs. Thtire Carlson and daughter Constantla arrived Friday and have taken up their reBidence In the .Marshall house until they get their own house ready on the NE. H 2ri-i-4. .7. 15. Dubay has taken a contract to do Honio breaking In 3-8 and has gone over tliere for that purpose, but will be back In June to plow some more for hlmsoif. F.P.O.Chishrdm has the old Whitesol house moved to a. commanding sltfe on the .\E. 14 See. 28, and he and Mrs. (Uiisholm are now comfortable at home. Mo has a good cellar underneath, a now kitchen on the west side and will add two more rooms to the oast. Mr. Chlaholm has built a good poultry house and Is now working on a stock barn. INVESTIGATE COMPLAINTS .> � * ; '> } aua atteadeU Washington, .May 1.-The AVosten) U)iion and Poatui Telegraph com; panics were asked today by the National War Labor Board nOt to dls-dtsoharge any employees on account of memborBhip in telegrapher's unions pending a decision ot tho complalntn that employes are being dismissed bo-, cause they were nuniberH of uniona oreuiftwtlon meetings. TO VISIT THEIR MASTERS. London. .May' 1.-Emperor Charles of Austria-Hungary, accompanied by Baron Burlan, the foreign minister and their staffs, according to an Ex- change Tclograpli despatcli from ffu-rlch, will proceed almost Immediately to Oorman hoadiiunrters to confer with the German emperor. Ukrainian and Ilaikan affairs, it is added, will bo (ILscusBed. | ... . - a I The Sediment Test Heat destroys ordinary oil forming a deep layer of,8edi* nment. Veedol resists heat and reduces sediment about 80%, because it is niade jt>y the Faulkner Process. FOR SALE BY Baalim Motor Co. SiVEEDOL�B Throw Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box Baalim Motor Company 61 ;