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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGK THREE THE LKTHBWDGK fAlLV HEIULD MONDAY. MAY 28, 1917 "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. Mo'Manus '5 A, DETECTIVE1 i HIRED TO THE TAKEN HER EXES OFF ME ALL. Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. Thlladclphia..... 21 New York....... 3S (Jhlcago........ St. I.ouls ___ 17 nrobklyii........ UDElim 10 Cincinnati...... In Pittsburg....... 11 JO 11 15 10 IS 17 22 24 I'.C. .015 .GI5 .531 .404 .370 .3H SATURDAY GAMES. PI. IJouis ____ G (i 2 j 0 ''2. 3 Doak and 'Gonzalcs; Kagan- and arookljn 0 2 S 0 -Miller, Carlson and Scumldl; Mar- niiaril nna Miller. Chicago 1 New York Seaton. Prcndergist Nand Sallec ani HcCirlv.. Clnclnnali ____ 4 Philadelphia ____ floslon AMERICAN Won. Lost. 23 10 27 14 iv _York Cleveland St. l.ouis Washington UclrolL Plilladclphla IS n 15 27 13-..V.2! 12 "20 11 K .51 S .37G .333 SATURDAY GAMESl Washington-Chicago, called cnrl or rain antl dark, score 1 and 1 lie. Philadelphia BetrolL Old Mnn Mars and Jupiter Plin- ipus ISolh Have Hooks In It (By Otto Floto) Baseball musl TTitll sJJJi gloves Irom now 611 IT it is lo'bc kept off the rocks. 17 i .The grand olil_ game; Is loUerlriR 13 1 under lieavy wr-T and Rl Johnson, Sliiljblfl. rjolamVJoues Ulie vvorsl season o[ Ihnt it nil Scliang. Haley; Cunningham, eipcrirarert in -years. No wonder Eljer. Ragan and Ocschfer and 'Kllllter. ASSOCIATION Saturday Games. Kniif.is Cily and SI. Paul, first gnmq Tain. Second City 3, 10, 1; nt. Paul 4, S. 1. Milwaukee 3, S, 1; Minneapolis 4, 0, 2, Toieflo C, 1. Sunday Games. First 3, 7, 2; Coium- bus 2. Kecond S, 12, 2; Col- umbus 12, 13. 2.. T... First 11. C, 1; Kansas'City 0, 3, 0. Second 7, 9, Kansas Clly. 1. Paul C, 15, 2; MiJ- Wftukcc" 5, 9, 3. Second SI. PauJ- 3. .Milwau- kee' ,C, Law." iSORtHERN FarEo-Moorehcad 1, 2> 1; 3. Wnrrcn 3, 8, 3, 8, 2. INTERNATIONAL Saturday Garnet. 'ftalllrnorc' 4, 3., Newark P, 0, 2. Richmond 1, C, 2; Providence 7, 1, Z. i Duffclo 4, K, 4; Montreal i. First 2, 10, 1; Toronto 1. S, 2, Sccontl 0, 7, 2; 7, 2. Sunday Flrat 1, 6, Nennrl: 3, ft, 2. Secoiul C, 13, 0; Kowirk J, 3. I. ti'Durrnlo 6, 7, 3; .Montreal 3, 6, 3. .Providence and Hocncsler, paai- Klinikc and Siicriccr. Ncw York 1 Clevclanil.............. 3''clp jh by Ihc firsl day of August, and In Riicli nn event It Is practically ccr-. tafii-lljal many will bo ready lo close their gates during 101S unless tlio war comea to nn .end before llial time. Dan Johnson Hurt Governor Toner have, both expressed tho'opinion thai Ihc major at least, ntiould be kept T'JTmlng liy nil mcanR, (liounli neither has shown confidence that'lhfa be done. John3611, In fad} ins fi I ready lilnterl thai In his opinion there jio bRScball In 1918, That Uio nicn wlio have worked for years (o establish Iho gamo will do cvqrylhlng In ihelr power In keep It on wEllioul eayftip.'-but Jn order lo do ao Ihoy may bo forced lo takcfsomc dm5Me, measures lo cur- Kill ftipcn.ics, they mUsl hflVc Ihe support cf llio players. "SMOKY -tfb'E" WOOD Pitching his rirct gams Cleveland againcl New York, WAS touched for hjts and (oat. Diamond uois (Froia- Our Own Coi respondent) I May in farm l lands has become" very active and rc- I minils one of the real estate i of a few years ago. It is almost as i easy ID soli farm, lands now as ft was to sell city lots five years ngo. I The firm "of Grant MoEr has been fiood business. Since the first tor May they have disposed pf three I tedious and nuarlcr ot (J.PH. lands, mostly to purchasers from across'the Last week, they sold for J. K. his half section adjoining .own to au Illinois man, Ihe price SC5 per acre, including seed In :hc ground; A number of village lots iiavc also been disposed of to pur- chasers" who will orcti dwclll-iKS F.vnry availnhlc rooming space in Is ocupied and more houses arc very much needed. The C.P.R. Iiavc pooipleted an ex- tension to their trackage in the yards here and three more sites have been allotted For elevators to be built tins icason. The Alberta Pacific Co., will also bullil a large extension lo their elevator. A successful enleriainmcnt was heM In the I.Q.O.F. hall on Friday evening under the auspices lied Cross ?o rifly. The chair was oc- cupied liy Ilcv. 'G. G. 1'ybus. Voca solos were rendered by Mr. Flood and Mr. Korsyihe. A paper on Tied Cross work was read by Mrs. Turner and Mr. Donovan gave a very excellent ad- dress on- "What We Arc Fighting For." A brief statement of the irork accomplished v by ihc local branch since its organization in December, was given which showed that Ihe sum ot 5924 had hcen raised front various sources, and 3C3 articles ot various Jkiuds made. In addition lo (his an fiiixiliiri'.. I) ranch has been formed at Garden PrairRs which has contributed 2-iu''articles.-- The njim- and fs recovering favorably. He will not resume his duties for another week. The work at the Bcbool will Lo carried on by Mr. Forsj-lli, of Cal- gary, who has heen supplying dur- ng Mr. J.nHlanr's absence. Ml5s Pearl Sherwood, ot Kingston, sister of W, J. Sherwood, lias taken a position as stenographer in Uraut Moir'E oflicc. T. A. Moore has disposed of his resilience to E. A. Gratt. ivlio will 6x- ny it shortly. On Monday last A. Gow, 11. M. H. G. Murray and C. W. Hull- sen motored to Champion lo attend ho' Domination of a Liberal candi- dfUe for Liitls [low constituency. Jas. McNaughiou. M.P.P. o( Carman- gay, was again n? candidate. N. P. nasmussen and family. n-Jm loll for Denmark last fall, have re turned. Mr. Rasmusscn has pur- chased, Kil. Schater's coal business antl weiKh scales and wlil conduct tlin business now carried, on by Mr. Schater. Mrs. H. E. Hanson has returned to her horns In Stcttler. Mr. McKaughton, M.P.P., has se- cured from the allorney-geneml'g de- partment an arrangement for a slttioi; ot the district court lo bG held at 22. I Reasons for Studebaker Supremacy In Canada With the District Ball Teams ORION HASN'T LOST A SEASON. Orion, May 2S.-rThc Orion team won their of the season when they overwhelmed the Maiiybcrrlcs hoys wltli a lop-sided score of 14 to 1. The game WAS play- ed on Victoria Day at the Manyber- rics grounds.' UJorklund pitched a, brilliant game, striking out 14 bats- men. .He also fielded perfectly, rc- Urins several.men by Ills efforls, and batted well, scoring twice. The in- (lold and outfield ployed remarkably well, Thompson elimlns especially liolli there and at the bat. tivcraoii caushl particularly well.'' -For-Monyburrioa'it-musl be said lhal their lack of practice is handi- capping them, and.having no regular Joe. Underdahl tad lo laku Die. 'position, Ihough he needed "to sLrcnglhen the infield! solitary scorc'.vas made'in tho rifln -by AV. 'UndcrdahV a single, a stolen :hasc and a pass ball being the cause: 230 2 02 Marrylwr.ries OCO 010 1 bcr of ladies engaged in the.work has been com para lively small and they de- serve much credit, for -the showing they made. 1 Mr. LeIJJanc, principal of the TJarons Consolidated school, who underwent an operation in the hospital at Cal- gary for 'appendicitis has returned, ___r..._ If She-. MagralU learn woulcVlic Ino.ncxl conlribntor lo Ihc BcaKon-'-lii Lcthbridgc., Is to bring tlic Magralh ag- for R game next Thurs- day, craning. .They won (ho Victoria Day tournament Spring Coulee and "-Raymond nnd arc finite cocky. They.! will receive an Invitation Lcthbrirtge today. Cdflldalo and Turin learns nrc wall- for their inllforms. As soon they arrive, bollrteams want to liy f.ethbrldgc a tvnlrl.' FOURNIER TO-COA3T LEAGUE Chicago, May 'Fbuin outticlrlcf. formerly ot the W. nnt! Xcb Terry, InfleMcr, were r rd today lo'lhc Log Angelca the Pacific iciguc by the Chl- cayi) 'Americana. "Now'try'not to shave again till next Sunday. Can't do it, you say, k Well, :only one more shave then between how ariii- l II-the game cornea on ThiirEdny, peMar will hurl'for Lctlinrldgc. "o. is getting Into fine s Tin no, and, will 'category of alnnle, splllcr. llpaicr'nntl Ml ready lo JccJ to Iho boys from Ihe south. I Orion la cxtenrlcd a gentling tnllon to Invade LoIhbridge. Sliidcbaker is Jfade-in-Canada at'.'oniobilc because Studebaker cars stand up and give the service on Canadian roads. The Scrits 16 Studebiiitrs arc tven betltr than. the Scries 17. They are maintaining Itic Icaderihip Scries 17 established throughout the Dcminion. They embody nitiely improvcmcnti" in me- chanicar construction, convenience and i comfort over v' theSerieslT, v ,b Tliey offer all the 'improvements, all the rcfinfrhentij suggested by four close study of the performance of Studtbaker cars in cvcrii part of the wdrld.; i .Jn Ihcm.lhc many economics made possible by rast resources, the savings obtained through the derclop- .7 mcut of steadily improved manufacturing methods and J.; the installation of the latest and best labor machinery are turned to your. advantage. -'l That is wlij- Shidcbak'pr cars arc most! ecooci............! buy. They arc economical, to operate because Stodv- baker quality reduces "upkeep" to id lowest terms. And they 'are economical la drive great. gasoline economy, in ratio to power, because' of great tire economy- in. ratio to weight and dnyii< .capacity. Let us give you a Studebakcr demonilralion toaif, '._ "NUde-m-Canada" FOUR' V MH.-P.SIX 51685. 1 F, .0. B. JValkerviUe The Studebaker Garage J. T.Graham, Prop'. Sixth Herald. Leh Lethhrldje, Alto i ForSale AT A BARQAIN A four-oanid l-cp Sprcak Skill, newly palnlcil, has liecn lo The SIR ALEXANDER OALT 0. -6. 'E., ami Is for nnd viewed by phorlnt Mrs. H. -Holl, 347 SlriefA. 8, Prdtwdi for 'of Chapter -Lll TP1_ Read This PLEASE ..DON'T FORGET -WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE. f (TO PLtASE, THANK YOU.) ur We have a man to line up your whceli and place on new without extra cost to you. And for selection we have fl, IMnmqncM, OOodyears, Dunlops, Maltese Cross iu any .V. Heavjr Chains .'ANY AND PRICES BACK OF ''HAMY. HOUMAK ir1 ;