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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta S.Wl'UOAY, MAY IS, 1918 T1U2 UmimUDGE DAILY ilKKAU) PAGE ADDITIONAL SPORT Chief Bender, Indian purler, Now Working at Hog a that is lie was at his whe-u under fire in an im- portant series, IteiuK as cool us cuiubi'f at all Won Only Game, lu iK'o ho vroii the ouly game lliu .SliU'iU-s took from iljo has m uunt inr dim, ins to enl. on May 5. issa. Me played ivln the inlk- un-l more lie not mnv lie doesn't euro if "Hie lollies of- llrst base for CurlEslo and pllch-j J S'A" yards rate 'by H a hu m t voul I fercJ him a million, be lias made e.l for that school lu lyoU lio txo. d aing a M hn I his ttirn.1 to help Iho fiovprnhicnt-aiul Djcklusou .coHego, t -rode a a j sy recently retired by. fully cf r L v lie is working al Hog Istand, and then pitched for I He 32 Cudgel may now JJ J. tV j- ha trm m, jU5t outside of Philadelphia, uhcro mailo sucli a name while tivirluig lor f j.. a aubsMtaic fur Hit- tejfJ11 Is they are IjulWIoff ships aa fast HBtheyitbls team lliat -Ho attracts i tie at- Ju u mile iiij lamented handicap hur, w VI11 m'u" can. sous ID carry fuppllts to our hoys: tenlion of Connie Mack, manager of the In the trenches. The Chief pays that I Athletics. He joined that i-luh the this surl of work Is hotter titan playing following year, and for a dozen years he and Eddie Plank, who has also just. Is Interesting Character retired from baseball, were the inatii The Indian-Is ouc-of'lhe most in- sting characters that'ever KTBvhltc ami i-ome back :vt Uie itifi of lits ttjun u man _in another- Any skllleil worltnian can tcsllfy that ho needs a when lie leaves his work for a year and then goes back io it. His hands and bra In arc Service and Satisfaction in Automobile Repairing and Having the Goods is placing us ahead in the garage business. employ only tiiocljani'.'p. years ol oxpcr- ionco ,011 satisfactioti y of automobiles of ivhu Drop in and look over our stock of tires. Ijt-forb iirlco Doiniiaon. Goottycuv. Diailup athon. in all slzi-a, Ijoih fubrk-s uV'O our li of STANDARD GARAGE VELIE DISTRIBUTORS FOR ALEERTA. THIRD ST.' S. field of ten to get Ho was hi a pocket going around tlie tuni, then.got Into a oae tiiey v.'ero hslf way through thu r .sottingj C- -1- i yace, lay up with Cnd-i 1 pet, which of innniiig and- on. Crank MONTANA BUCKS TJGER WITH THRIFT STAMPS moloriyele U mot leader In D.E. i Miles City, Mont., Hay IS. fiouriKlies in Miles City. The game is wide open. City and county officials are supporting it and the cliete'of ronloitc' wheel is hcaril by judges rand clcrgyuieii ami Tliere a course. other ciiies, Miles City lias nceeptcd (Its' Thrift Stamp idea open arjiis. Hundreds of ilollar.s of liieao stamps were purchaaed the day they were on sale. Then somebody suggest- ed a "patriotic A-modi- fled roulette vheel was oh: tnined. The only profits-go to- the goTernmeut and to the playera. There is juo'.1 "rake- off' for the iiousc. Every limn the "wheel is it nels .about 3J4 in Thrift Stamps, UiK'le Sam gets the player's money and in timt, Ihe player begins draw from' llio crnmcni. -Several' thousand dollars sold in this manner, it Is said, worth ot stamiis have been I: LEMONS BRING OUT THE HIDDEN BEAUTY :S showed an eagerness was imminently third all Uiu around the first .turn au'l Uonclato was the next in lineT "Half way down the stretch which had'been in one pocket antt llien in another be-1 '-'jgan to make a sot into a: of horses where he iliad no I chance to get Ihrofigfr. was given aip ris almost iidndless at tliis point. Ileforo they reached the fat- turn Cudgel bethought himself that it was Jiine to get lila run-, t'risfilia. Mullens, and j to pitk up tlie lead. H was the consensus' of opinion after the handicap that 'the belter Cu'dgel tooli the I However, Uinre were many who believed Uiat Omar Khayyam was not at Uls best, ahd may tiicvo his lost laurels on another day, lioth Mr. Viau and Jlr. Carman, j owner and trainer defeated; alar, were almost too shocked to mate any statement. Bolh had considered "Omar invincible in a-jcli a field and it must be said that Trainer Carman really hold-Cudgel loo cheaply. It" was remarked as a peculiar case that the two htosQa most talked of all -during the day, and mqst thought of lu the handicap, were both owned by Canadians. s t co.ortiji iat ed 'H 5pimimnninmTmiiiiMininiiiiiiiiM (MADE LITTLE MONEY ON MISKE-DEMPSEY BOUT. TIRE REPAIR STfATION F. B. McKINNON, PROPRIETOR 305 SIXTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE, AUTA. _, 1 T We have opened a new and up-to-date Tire Repair Station equipped wilMie latest-machinery arid arc now in a position to do all kinds of Tir.e Repairs. would appreciate your patronage. All work guatanteed. We make a specialty oi Retreading and Relining. Lethbridge Tire Repair Station "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" nr lemon juice 10 remove .complexion; io Iileacb Iho sTiiti dtiil io'i bring out Ihe ro.ies, tlio freshness ntid Iho lilittcn lieauly? Hut alone la add., tlicreforc Ir.rftntlnK ahmild lie mtxeil'Willi. orchard while; Ihfs war. tliroiieli K fine Wotlf llio juice of (wo fresh lemons Into n holllo containing About three ounces ot orchsrd while, Ihcn shnko well anil you have a whole pint o'f skin nnd completion lotion at atout tho cost one usually p.iye for n stnall jdr of ordinary colil crcnni. Ije" surn. lo strain (he leihpn Juice pulp KC18 Into Hie liottle, tticn'thf_3 lotion will remain pyre .fresh for months. applied dntly to tbe' face, ric' I onus and.hands It. should holp to hleacli, clear, amojithen and heanH'y the skin. Any ilrugsiat Avlll .supply three ounces of orchard white very little c6sl and llio grocer has tic lemons Frte.List Is Cut One-Third, but Still 400. See Fight Without Paying. Ht. Paul. May obtained from official sources which checked, Hie recent 10-rotiml bant between Jack i Dempsey and IJIlly Mlske seemingly I refuted Iho reiiort liiat hoxlng moters in the Twin Cities wore.cm the road to hillllonairciloiu. The ftsures furnish sdlcral inter- esting proWeina In arithinutic. Boileil into a singlB suntcocc 'they form thU question: -Why was it that about every third person atleudtiil boxing contest nt St, Paul or -MiuncappHa got In on a The pass "evil" admittedly has been a sore spot In Twin City, uoxlns cir- cles. I'ronmters have claimed that at certain contests durins th5 last win- ler.lhcro was more "snow" in the liiniac. Jack Ileddy, a local promoter. announced before the Dempsey-Miskc fight that ho had en- tirely "dlspenaeil" wilh hfs 'free lint, 20 far as non-newsyaper writera, po- lice oflicials and figlit attaches were concerned, In Minnesota 10 per cent o[ fight receipts goes.to stale ttibsYculo fund. At the last tight-state offl- closely, checked on admissions .hearij iiid cleraandcd a percentage of wjjrtlvuf "free list" llckets.-..Here's where the "story" comoj ln.f .lack Heddy told nrtvspaper men hatlhc had cut his special ll.il (o'onc- third of -its -usual The fodiicod list lotallcil.iwarly-.400 lick- els, i This was exclusive of .i big liunch of .passes lo and otit writers and tits usual quota lo seconds. Therefore, if 100 pr.rsons walked In without paying, as did legitimate pass this 400 constituted only oiic-lhlrd of the uiual'crowd-'-whero does-Ihe prdmolcr collect his profits? Hrjdfly. answers ihiia: "Tlior'C harbn't .been any profits." v and Perhapt Nit, all. there's a1 passlblllty that when word cf the 'White Sox MBS repoatdrs tills year over the wires.' InienseBusiness-LikePerformaEce" KEEN action, even with low-grade gasolinejis most striking feature of to-day's Chaliners. It is due to the great Chalmers engine. The business-like performance of this engine impressed every one who drives it. To the man who'knqws motors and knows how low-grade gasoline robs other.fine engines of their engine is nothing short of a For it seems to thrive on poor "gasoline. If turns every.. drop into a high-power vapor. It "warms up" and starts in cold weather. It.gainSi tnilBage because- it fully utilizes the gas.' It avoids the troubles that are. so often caused by "raw gasoline" in the cylinders. Two great features do the trick. The "hot spot" turns the gas into'a hot, rare vapor. .The. mani- fold carries it hot to'the cylinders. This- "ramshorn" i 'has no shairp benda, no corners, no rough'joints. It has no traps to cooj and condense the..vapor. Hence no "raw gasoline" is.formed .to the cylinders' and cause 'trouble. 'it is easy to understand these'new Chalmers It ia easier still to try the engine and see how they work. 'Let us demonstrate to-day's Chalmers to.you. Take a turn at the wheel and prove for yourself the keen busi- ness-like efficiency of the great Chalmers Arrange.for a demonstration. Anytime.r Chalmers 'f Text CM UK Kiritt U. '.i D. S, WILLIAMSON CO, PHONE ;