Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
J?\CE SIX THE LETHBRroGE DAILY HERAl.tJ TUESDAY. MAY t. 1918 "BMNGING UP FATHER" T By G. McManus I- -r St. Louis ........ 5 Boston.......... 3 1 4 6 S 11 10-12 13 P.C. .938 .733 .571 .500 .421 .375 .294 .ISS SMART CLOTHING FOR YOUNG MEN Ever stop to admire a smart, business-like man on the (Street? Like the looks of his suit or overcoat; or the way It hang�; the smart appearance It gives him-something different from the other fellow, eh? That's the kind of clothing we can furnish you. Good, honest, stylish, union tailored clothing at small profit, cash store prices. W. B. KESTER & CO. THE HOME OF 20TH CENTURY CLOTHING Our Cleaning and Pressing Is Done by a Real Tailor. Bunch Hits. Brooklyn, May 6.-Bunching three hits and aided by an er^ror in the iml Inning. Brooklyn shut out Phihulol-phia here today J to 0. Cravath prevented the game being a no-hit :u-fair for Philadelphia when he sinKled to centre in the ninth with tv.-o men out. Tlie score: Philadelphia ......000 000 000-0 1 2 Brooklyn .........200 000 000-2 5 2 Oeschger and Adams; Burns, Gri-ner and Wheat. Cleaned Up. Boston. May 6.-New York cleaned up the three-game series here today, beating Boston 8 to 4. The score: New York ......010 005 200-8 13 1 Boston ..........003 000 100-4 12 3 Sallee and Rariden; Cavanagh and Wilson. Smith Wavered. , St. Louis. May 6.-Smith wavered in the seventh inning today and St. Louis scored two runs, winning 3 to 1. The score: ^ Cincinnati ........100 000 000-1 4 1 St. Louis ........000 001 20x-3 7 1 G. Smith and Wingo; Ames and Snyde.-. Five Straight Pittsburg, .May 6-Earl Hamilton won his fifth straight .game today and his effective pitching, coupled with hard hitting on the part of his team mates, enabled Pittsburg to defeat Chicago 7 to 2. The score: Chicago .........001 CIO 000-2 7 1 Pittsburg .......012 021 lOx-7 14 4 Hondrix, Walker and Elliott; Hamilton and Archer. Parliament Ordained that Links Game Should Not Be Played P. C. INTERNATIONAL Spokane 6, Seattle 4. Vancouver 4, Tacoma 6. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 10, Kansas City 4.. Indianapolis 7. Toledo 2. LpuisvlUe 4, Columbus 3. Minneapolis 4, Milwaukee 5. PEP YOUNG PROVES IflBEAREAlFli Absence of Dave Robertson Gives Youngster a Chance to Show You Can't Get Any More Out of a Thing Than You Put Into It. . That holds good with cars, too. THE MITCHELL is the 100% ear. That's why it costs more than some kinds. But you will remember the years of satisfactory service you .got out of it long 9fter you' have forgotten what you first paid for the car. Bqou Motor Pairlors Limited FIPT^ Tm�T SOUTH THE HOUSE OF SERVICE, tETHBRIDGE, ALTA. New York.-Olant stock took a slump when Davey Robertson quit the team. The bug:? who inhabit the Polo grounds during the basoball season were glum, for they could not figure how McGrpw would fill Robby's trilbies. But the problem was soon solved. Shortly after the Giants started "to limber up their flipners. on tho. Texas front the name of ^Pep"'Young began to appear in presii reports with regularity. As the days went by the Hcribeg with the team Increased their verbal barrage in praise ot the new Giant outfielder, and as the "liopes" af New York fans In the National league race started tlioir hike hack north Ross Young was all the rage. ' � Without exception the critics with the team handed Young a regular Job In right field with the Giants this year, and If ht� lives up to the impression he has made so far flobertson will not be m''ho suicide. In bis hand, when found was a letter Indicating ho had accepted a position' with the Y.M.C.A. at Port Shelling, Minn. We Carry a, Large e of Sparjc _s for Tractors BAALIM MOTOR CO. Do Not Forgefeto Leave Your Old Tires and Tulei in Our Red Cross Box. ^^ HOME OF THE CHEVROLBi BACK OP UNION BANK HARRY HOI.MAN, Mgr.