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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta r ' 4- SIX THE-DAIL1^ HE�AIi�* � .... A  -. - i , K SA I DKDAi'. MAY 18. UHK "BRINGING UP FATHER" J. M|.!' -rr- By G. McMaiiiTis What a ni^ht - I wonder if I  had E UAVr N(f \0U WERE M-M>f HOUSE L AbT fSKlH"^ AND MADE A ' � From this here burg  *  I see something  �  And have to laugh ,   * ' And this time I saw that there Garbage truck * * � And couldn't help it: , _ *  � And I Trondered K 'twas because It cost four thousand    That they had to have Three men to guard'it. And I eays to myself e   �. "There's a swell 'dish,' " � * * � And as I stood Gawkin' at thg contraption * * *  Tryln' to figure out * *  Where they kept the water '* For tho "hydrauHc' 'lift �-  � About forty or so * * m Homeless' Hectors \ -� '��� I Came, along. , ' j Bound for * * * * � * Their regular stamping ground. The city hall la'wn * . * * * And one of'them Took a meal * * Out of my l?g AMERICAN Won. Lost. P.O. Boston........... li> 10 ,Hir, New York........ In' 12 '; Chicago .......... 12 12 .,".00 Cleveland ........ 14 12 .r.:iS Philadelphia ..... 11 14 .410 Washington 12 � l;{ .480 St. IyO\ite ...____.. .9 fi .42fl Detroit . .'.....�... 7 1:1 ,;i,',0 .......... � I've been wondering chl� grows'up " � .-V ' � *  � > �  To be a, big city Like Lethbridge' ' It wel^,�'i^OT . A garbage truck   � And lots- of �,dogsr. too". We thanTc you,    "The Guy from. Chin." Philadelphia, .May IT.-Cleveland saineil a five run lead in the first thrfe Innings today and Philadelphia's uphill figh; fell one run short, itlie Indiana winning 5 to 4. Score: Cleveland .......122 000 000-3 10 2 Philadelphia ____000 220 ooo-4 Pi Coumbo, Enzmanu and G'N'eill; .A.dams, Shea;-Geary and McAvay. Washington. May 17.-Shaw* won a I pitcher's duel today- from Clcotte, which gave Washingtoa tii^ jhird '^anie of the series,..wlth Chicago one ffii nothing. Score; Cljicago ......'...".000 ooo 000-0 3 1 \y;ashington ......poo 000 001-1 7 2 IVClcotte.and. Schalk; Shnw and Ain-smith. [-Boston, -May 17,-'Boston took Jts third straight game from Detroit today ])y,ap8CDro of 11 to S. , Scoroi Detroit ........000 00,5 0:50- 8 }0 :S �., . ' ���J-.-- . I  , � � , ' Vardon gives.eoyeral mUro strange incidents that hava happened, ^but I think these will suffice to let you see that the (Professional Is as liable to make a bad shot just as well a.s the average player. As this Is' Bufticient for this week, 1 will hold over for some future day what I Intended to .say of the loading players-professionals and amateurs-- . and even though they do make an occasional bad shot, I have seen them make many brilliant and marvellous ones. I understand there are to be liig doings on Victoria Day, 24th May, mi the local course, so I expect to sec a record turnout' of the members. Bo-sides the Ewert Cup, 1 have heard hints of prizes galore. Ihope it may be so. H-is iiR. to the new members to put in two or three scores to tho decretary, so that they will receive a prope^ handicap. � � > - .\ AVord to the lailiea"W "got Into form just i\A soon as poSBlble; a.v I, liave heard a rnnior*-and I bcliove there ia something, in it-that a gentleman intends to present a suitable prize for competition the lady members only. So I hope to , see a large entry when it does come off. Let the male members see, wlipt, you'can do at the game and prove to them that they are not iheonly players who can hit the b�U "far. and sure." DA.VI: HUME. Victoria Day At Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds, MAY 24th, 1918 PROGRAMME 2^25 Trot................. . Purse $200.00 2.25 Pace, 2.20 Trot..........Purse $250.00 Free for A� Trot or Pace .......Purse^ $250.00 1/2 Mile DasK.. .................Purse $ 75,00 5 Furlong Dash...............Purse $100.00 i, HaVheaV Races, Mile Heats, 2 In 3, 4 to enter, 3 to start. First race called at 1.30 p.m. GOOD RAOEB, PLENTY OF HOR8E8 Admission to Grounds and Grand Stand,, 50 Cents Children Under 12 Y^ars, Free Chesaiieake Bay RUtrievers A lltlpr o* Four Dog Puppies, whelped March 4, 1918, at *2ri.00 -each. TliPir dam "Chostormere Babe" F.D.S,B. 40585, has woiji It flrstH iuui HpedalB, defeating all ChosapcakoA wherever sho\OF..4)M'^H HARRY HOLMAN.. Mar. ;