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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta >AGE SIX THE LETHBRIDC^ DAILY HERALD TUESDAT, SEPTOMBER 3, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G: Mc Manus The Sport Page BASEBA -N BASEBAL RESULTS Washington New York . St. Louis .. Chicago ____ Detroit ---- Plnladclphia 71 5S 5-4 wO 55 lit; o2 70 5- 74 .d6S ,432 .477) .4;>4 .4:.'G .413 NATIONAL Chicago .. Kevr York Pittsburg . Cincinnati , Philadelphia Boston ..... Won. I.Ost So 4?. 70 51.* h'4 5S fi4 it'i �i; 52 r,r, 44 70 P.C. .G5P .511; .454 .444 .43,S i .36 4 2 SUNDAY GAMES Pittslnirg ............. Chicago.............. 4 5 5' Hill Comstock and Schmidt; Vauglin, Tyler and Kllliter. St. Louis ............ 2 7 2 Cincinnati ... .......... 5 s 1 Meadows and Gonzales; Eller and Wingo. Second game- St. Louis ............. 6 10 S Cincinnati............10 14 2 Ames and Broc;k Ring and Archer. SATURDAY GAMES Philadelphia 2, Boston 5. Philadelphia B, Boston 2. Xew York 3, Brooklyn-l. " New Y"ork 1, Brooklyn 2. Cincinnati S, Chicago 4. SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland ............ S 11 0 Chicago............... 5 P S Coumbe and O'Xeill: DantortU, Shellenback, Benz and Schalk. Washington............ 5 12 1 New York \>. 10 0 Ayers, Matteson and Picinich; Keating. Mogridge, Finneran and Hannah. SATURDAY GAMES Boston 6. Philadelphia I. Boston 0. Philadelphia 1. Cleveland 2. Chicago 1. New York S. Washington 6. Detroit o, St. Louis 5. CHICAGO WILL LIKELY DEPEND ON SOUTHPAWS IN BIG SERIES Vaughn Slated to Twirl First Game and Tyler the Second-Sox Not Very Strong Against Left Handers -Red A week from Wednesday, the Red Sox and Chicago Cubs will clash in the opening game of the world's series. Tlie National Cpmiuission have announced their plans, which were i drawn up ou the assumption that Bos-Coalhurst and Lethbridge will play j ton would win the pennant in the the final game for tlie plirse of $50 at , American League. The Cubs have Lethbridge at 6:30 this evening. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Newark 7,*'Jersey City 2. Rociiiester-Haniiltoa, ilouble-iiead'er postponed, rain, Baltimore 0, Bighampton 3. Second game postponed, rain. Buffalo 3, Toronto 4. SUNDAY GAMES Newark 7, .Jersey City- 2. Newark 7, Jersey City 4. Baltimore 1, Bighampton 4. Baltimore 0, Binghampton 2. Hamilton 5, Rochester 2. Hamilton 1, Rochester 7. LOCAL BALL TEAM SPLITS EVEN IN COALHURST GAMES Lost in. Afternoon, Wins Evening-Play-off for Prize Here -Likely Tomorrow Boston . Cleveland AMERICAN Won. Lost P.C. ......... 74 50 .597 .........' 73 54 .575 service station henryjTdenn Proprietor RAtI Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired WE BOIL 'EM We boil your radiator in a preparation that thoroughly cleanses it, making it easy to dis-coyer and fix le^ks. . We are better equipjied in this way than Calgary-having the only boiling outfit in the district. . ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Dalla� Hotel (Upstairs) Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS FOR, SALE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W. S. Cook E .E. Peck 308, 8ecotle enthusiasm of the charging troops past his abandoned post and fell in with a platoon o� Americans shorf of officers. Tlie pilot showed them the route and stayed with them all afternoon. Nesle offered a double water lino, with marshy ground between. Fording there was so difficult that the roads must be used and the Germans concentrated artillery and machine guns on all the rofids, bridges and approaches. : Tlie rivulet ingon presents the same condition from Nesle, to whore It flows into the Somme. Farther south, ill the region of the tunnel, the unfinished part of the Canal Du Nord is now, full of watei'. This offered an-other strong natural obstacle, which the enemy utilized to the utmost. Aided by splendid observatories on the lieighls to the east a well-sustained fire of concealed infantry, supplemented by frequent counter attacks, made the crossing of the Tngon be-Iwoen Quiquery and Royo-Le-Petit ^t six o'clock last evening, slipping tlirough the enemy's advanced positions to the edge of the plateau ox-lending toward Ham and were attacking Hill 77 at last accounts. MACLEOD NEWS AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for' Rim Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE SOS 13th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mill* VULCAN I From the .-Advocate). M'hat i.s going to be one of the best stampedes in tlie south of the country liiis year is going to be staged in Vulcan on Wednesda.v, October 2nd. The affair is going to be organized by the boys themselves and Ihey are at present busy on getting the very wor.st animals in the country, -^'r. George Todd is the manager and Mr. S. G. Stew&rt is tlie sccretaiy. The WORLD'S'SERIOUS' BARONS TOURNEY On Labor Day - Three Good Games Were Played-Beat Barons 3-1 Score the beam at 13S. Why, then, do some of the critics insijt now that Ta;t is a welterweight and that he should not talk of meeting Frankie Bull? Tait, in his letter to the Herald on Monday, did not say he was after a bout witli Bull, He said tliat he had 'oeen offered a bout in Toronto with Frankie, and iha.t he wpuld accept il. It would he a great scrap, if Tait is still weiglijug around tlu; 13;!-mark. Tait can stand the iieaviest sort of punching, as he showed when he stayed 10 rounds with Rock Kan-.sas in Buffalo, and Bull would find him a much different opponent tlian the lads he has been hammering into siibini.';sion. During a discussion today on the , . mei'its of liuU and Tait Pete ScoU ex- Barons turned out en masse bring- pressed the opinion that Taif\would ing along their arutomobiles for the deteU the Toronto lad �world's serious" baseball tournament ..,vi,y boy who can stand up in front '^tt spectators saw | ,f i,^,^ fitter like Kansas can cei- Uiiee good games played, with the i (.^jn, anything that Frankie Granum team carrying oft the bacon j m,, ^^^^ ,. ,e ...^.,5^ that made Havelle famous. , ,^ ^^^g,, ji^^,, ^^me people give In the morning Nobleford and Bar-|i,jm credit for, and in my opinion he (I'^rom the News). Our Red Brothers have this v.'eek figured very heavy in, the casnalty lisl. Four of the lads from the Blood Indian Reserve have been Avounded and are now in hospital recuperating. The names of the wounded are as follows: Corporal Joe Mountain Horse, wounded in the left leg. Corporal Mike Mountain Horse, wounded in left foot. Private Nick King, wounded in tlio right hand. Private George Coming Singer, wounded in iho left hip. Sergt. A. Caton Jourdan, son of Rev. P. A. Jourdan of "VVillowdalo, has been killed. Me was a third-year arts student in Victoria University. Ho entered the .Methodist mlnislry in 1913, and served at Orvillo, near Parry Sound, and also at Port .McNi-col and Wyevalc. DON'T WAIT- send your cart around here !is soon as you notice sand blisters. punctures. worn treads or any tiro troubles. Our expert methods ot VULCANIZING renew the life ot your tires and give you many niilos of extra service. We know our work and our prices will satisfy you. Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station F. B. McKinnon, Proprietor OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL 305 Sixth Street S. Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 495 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" We Handle Ail Standard Tires and Tubes. Buy First Class Repaired Tires, $12.00 up. ons tangled, and Barons won >-:'.. Lefty Sluniier lato oE Warner piloted the team to victory. In tthe afternoon Carmangay and Granum staged a hard hitting contesi. Louis pitched for Carmangay but his .support was raggsd in spots and Gran-j um got by in fairly easy style. Krueg-! I er was on tlie mound for Granum, rc- would Hake' Herald. Frankie." - Hamilton ^affair will be held on the -'Agricultural j �^'i,^:,;";;""?J,�'-St,rrfTer h'; ^grounds, commencing at 11 o'clock, i r,rtf,tiblsh'd a wde lead Tlie Fred Wodman of Vulcan, is at tlie I'''"L''^.1''*''' ,^^"'e , lead. Iho High River iio.spital, suffering from^'�"'^^ ^"^"^ ^'�'' Well, They Got Here BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OF SERVICE" food poisoning brought on by tonsili-tis. He is progressing favorably and liope.s lo accompanj" iiis father home on Saturday next. Harvesting ihroughout tlie Vulcan district is practically finished, about ninety per cent of the cutting being done. Owing to the scarcity of labor a number of fanners have beeii unable lo get sufficient help lo harvest their crops, aud the business men of ihe town have organized "Shock Troojis" lo help out. Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessoriea. Batteriet. ; Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbridge, Alta. W. H. Dowling Tlin evening game brought Barons and Granum together. Krueger went in to do ilif iion-mau stunt for Granum. Big Rutledge look the mound for Barons but after the Granum batters found him Uir iwo runs Skinner took the mound. Each team scored one in the second. Then Granum added one in the third when Rutledge played to the iilaie on the third out and the ball wa.s thrown away over the third baseman's head. Granum added another off Skinner which -was the direct result of a muffed fly by Barons' right fielder afirr two were down. However, Gianuin had the snappier, better balan^jed aggregaliou and deserved lo will. Horse and puio races also were staged. IS ? ? :' : * ? ?  * TAIT A LIGHTWEIGHT? ? ' ? ? ? �cau|i,e the Indian tipped  < u.s'riN'UKJi jfftoit FnoNT Paohi Ailette. the Canal Du Nord and Be-Ihancoitrt, and also has advanced a mile to ihe south of LeuiUy. The lino now passes through the plateau | of Betliancourt (o the north of Crouy, on the .Soissons-Maubege Road. The centre of tlic plateau is now cleared of the enemy. Great fires are observable in the region of Vauxaillon V�I-ley, 10 the north of Lafl'aux. These probably are enemy dumps." North of Soissons, General Mungin's forces after three days ot furious com-hats, in which positions were taken and retaken several times, have pushed foj-ward on the plateau that overlooks the valley of the Ailette behind Chemin-Des-Dames and from where the citadel of Laon, one ot the stout-esl pillars In the German secondary lins of defense, may be plainly seen. Enormous Death Roll The French and Americans met around Juvigny the elite ot the German army, grenadiers of the Prussian Guard picked atormint battalions and hardy mountain inftinlrymen. They defeated them decisively, taking an enormous death roll from their ranks and sending a goodly number of captives to the rear, Tli� AsBocialW Press correspondent gftw a column ot these eilsouoi-U iijttg i^^'^^ '^'^P^ Your Storage Battery is the Heart of Your Automobile! NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OF LOsI OF POWER, MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN BE TRACED TO A POOR BATTERY. THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO. ARE WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES. BATTERIES RECHARGED, OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW ONES SOLD. E. AINSWORTH, Manager The 1919Chevrolet has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank Throw Your Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box 1485 ;