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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBmDQjE OAlUf HEHALP MAt 17 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER fSf By McManus THIS MOUSE WILL KEEP OOt MX ROOM AN SHE Hrr ME THEN BASEBALL BOXING RACING F S P O R T HOCKEY VGOLF BOWLING Fine String of Fast Horses Ready to Face the Barrier At Fair May 24th the of James of Joe Thomas will he here with runners and Ben Paw ley is bringing The horsemen who have been train ing their horses at the Exhibition Grounds throughout the winter are very enthusiastic over the prospects for the race meet to be staged at the Lethbridge track on Victoria and are hard at work grooming their steeds forthe opening of the seasons Upwards of twerftyffve horses are In trainingat the local track which are all eligible to Start in the various events of the days and many of them are already stepping in mid season Luchia and Wales have a big string in their including a mare owned by of this with a mark of North Star a 3 year old trotter who has already negotiated the mile in lesft than 3 May a 6 year old green and Charlotte a 4 year These three hojrses are all full be ing by Dam Lyndus by and their breeding ensures their being heard from before the eeason is of Leth is the owner of the whole In addition to training for other Lnchia and Wales have a fast string of their in cluding Reuben Kirk by Ethel a green who has stepped in better than this year Teddy a pacer with a heat recoru of by Mildred Teddy was stepping1 miles around last fall and has started in this season where he left off Morin Boy is another of Luchia Wales and is looked on as comer this He is by College Champion out of StanleyMaId and 2nd In the at the Mon tana meet last Orphan who is a descendant of Gambetta Is another that will burn up the tracks this Lady looks like a having gone the half in already this agreen owned hyi I who also owns Lady I is showing great while the old reliable 13 I years is still going strong and will make the younger fellows step some to come home In This completes the Luchia arid Wales but Johnny Furman says that be expects to have a look in on the money That good Homer who needs no introduction to race goers of Al is in the Furman stable and it would be no surprise to his owner and trainer if Homer went out and had the beat season in his of Medicine is his having also the green by Judge Dil Both these horses will be readjvfor on the The Furman stable has also a sweet 3 year old bay by Walter Sunday also a 2 j sorrrttf JUy toy t i a 5 year old owned by Bob is also work ing out under John Furmang watch ful Tom of has writ ten that he will be here for the 24th with four namely Hal by Hal Sir a green and a lull brother to Teddy of the Luchia and Wales and a trotter with a In addition to Russ JIcGirr Is in from Calgary with three Jim Stewart will be here with three Matheson and of High Riven are shipping two all to entered in the har ness V I The runners twill also in evidence In tfje races announced for already on the groundwith Lady a 6 fur long Fair who runs best at owned by George of this Grey by of and a 2 year old colt sired by Herman RESULTS 1458 Heres a Tip For young men as well as older men whose tastes lag behind their We have a line of guile of decided cut and pronounced not exaggerated but yet neat and Our stock is so generous that were sure to suit no matter how critical you may and as for the just come and KESTER The Home of 20th Century Clotlhng Let Do Your Cleaning and AMERICAN Boston 10 Xew York 14 12 Chicago 12 11 Cleveland I 12 Philadelphia 11 13 Washington 11 13 Louis 3 11 Detroit 7 12 New May York shut out Louis today in a piichers1 Winning 1 to Score Louis 000 4 2 New York OD9 010 OOxr4 6 0 3tunaraak er Thonnahlen itfay held Det roit to hits today and Boston won Score y Detroit 2 0 Boston 004 000 7 S 2 Jones and Yelle Mays and May Chicago and Washington played their second con secutive extra inning game the visitors winning in the eleventh 4 to Score Ccicago 000 200 GOO 6 0 AVashington 000 000 00 2 11 2 Dausforth and Schaik Har per and May 16MPhiladel phla defeated Cleveland in a game of wild baseball Score Cleveland 000 120 9 8 Philadelphia 301 000 6 9 2 Bagby and Peters Perry and NATIONAL Special For Saturday Only WITH EACH PURCHASE OF A TIRE PD PF AND TUBE WE GIVE A TIRE PRES MxCC v New 19 5 Chicago 9 Cincinnati 15 12 12 10 Philadelphia 11 11 Brooklyn S S 16 Louis 8 Iti May was defeated by Pittsburg today in the second game of the series 4 to Score Brooklyn 030 n Pittsburg 103 Coombs and ICruger Jacobs and May hit Chicago pitchers opportunely today and made it two winning 0 to Score Philadelphia 010 3QO 020 14 Z Oeschger and Burns Car Tyler and May the New York pitcher suffered his first defoat of the season today 3 to Score New York 000 7 0 Cincinnati 002 11 1 Demaree and Toney and May pitched Louisto a 2 to 1 victory over Boston Score Boston 000 4 0 Louis 100 B il Cauavan and Wilson Amei and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville Paul Indianapolis Minneapolis Columbus Kansas City Toledo SURE GAUGE i Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THE HQUSI OF SERVICE FIFTH SOUTH PACIFIC COAST San Francisco Oaklauil Anglos Sacramento Halt Luke Vernon INTERNATIONAL fcjuattlo Portland Only one game INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toronto Jersey City 11 culled to allow Toronto to catch Buffalo Newark Syracuse Hinghamton Kochoater Baltimore Wild Bill ik Attempting to Make Good Stuff for De troit Team failed at win ning an American league pennant in two cracks at it with the Bill jM Wild Bill of the halcyon days when Detroit was win ning pennants in the Johnson is beginning tq see the glimmer of the crown his Bill is just about roll into fame as coach of the Detrdit And if he does he will the first pitch ing coast who ever gained fame in any more thanpassing Jennings Cant Judge Long ago It was noised over the land and accepted as truth that Hughie runs the troit simply could not good pitching mateiial and could not develop Ue came in contact as The men who have become stars the DetrojL team have done so because the nat ural ability was there they needed no Coach after coach has taken his little fling with the set of flingers supported by the one and they have failed to accomplish the results Don ovan is trying Bill Donovan who pitched Into their pennants in the Whether Bill will get results that will show at the of list remain to be The going and a lot of ball games must be won to make the Tigers champions of the American Need Tight It often has the Detroit Tigers needed tight pitching to enable to win If the Tigers had been jolessed with that fortunate good pitching ntt how pennants they would have corraled in the They pro bably would have em in a sort of exclusive reading from left to right Ty Harry Hellraan and all the sluggers who disported themselves in Frank Navins and a pitching staff to hold the opposition down to a minimum or Tigers cer tainly would be referred to now as the greatest team that ever played REpS WOULD KEEP MATHEWSON At Sold Worth of the Cincinnati club will not favor the plan of the soldiers to re lenae Matty from the leadership of the Reds In order that he may go lo Europe in the Interest of baseball is the gist of an expression made by an official of the Cincinnati Wo are willing to go as far us any onein a patriotic said this of ficer of the but snap judgment should not prevail in the In the first place Mntty has sold worth of Liberty bonds since we entered the war and he has sub to the amount of 10 per of all he He has made speeches In various sections in the Interest of patriotic movements andstands ready to do It is a fact also that almost every soldier in France knows baseball well enough to get enjoy ment out of the By all means help the game over but there are easier ways in which It may Be helped without causing as much in SERVICE STATION HENRYjTDENN Proprietor All Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street Phone 616 SPORT The Detroit Tigers have had more games postponed on account of un fa vornWe weather than any other club in the Oscar Stanage of the Tigers be out of the game for a month as a result of the Injury to his right sustained In the game between Detroit and Louis Bill the pitcher In who last season was bought by the Pirates for has been signed for tlioaeason to de liver for the Seattle Club in the Pa cific Coast International Ty Cobb says that the Tigers will finish first or second this He adds that his team must beat out the White One Way of Looking At From New Haven comes word that the YaleHarvard boat race Is to bo reduced from four miles to two miles which probably means that take only half the usual timefor thg Ells to beat the On Land or Sea The AutoSlrop an twera the call effici is the only razoi in the world that automatically sharpens its own it is the only razor that is always ready for The AutoStrop will give your soldier or tailor lad the Hme able ahavn he enjoyed at no matter where he it or under what condition he mes Give him an AutoStrop the gift he AntoStrop Safety Razor Service and Satisfaction in Automobile Repairing and Having the Goods is placing ahead in the garage Wo mplpy only first class with years of exper ience on niakea of wlit with our guarantee of iiiMi ensure you of perfect Drop in and look over our stock of before tin jiHcii Dunlon und Mar in nil both fabrics apd cords also our complete line of STANDARD GARAGE VEUE FOR THIRD TIRE REPAIR STATION PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH We have opened a new and uptodate Tire Repair Station equipped with the latest machinery and are now in a position to do all kinds of Tire We would appreciate your All work We make a specialty of Retreading and Lethbridge Tire Repair Station SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Victoria Day R A A C E S At Lethbridge Exhibition MAY 1918 PROGRAMME Free for All Trot or V2 Mije 5 Furlong Harness 2 In 4 t 3 to start First race called at GOOD PLENTY QF HORSES Admission to Grounds and Grand 50 Cents Children Under 12 Free Owing to Unsettled Conditions in the Raw Material Markets Due to the We anticipate a shortage of cars this A word to the Secure your CHEVROLET at once and you will not DC BAALIM MOTOR Do Not Forget to Leave Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross v HOMB OF THE BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY ;