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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THBEE Tlffl .JSTHnniDGE P.MI.T HEHALD TUESDAY, SKPTEMBER 4. 1917 By G. McMamis BRINGING UP FATHER ME. CHANCE TO OT OUT! SPORTS mi m Great Falls Man First To Get Draw From Iloss In Years NATIONAL Won. 1-osl. of Oklahoma City, was disqualified in Hie sWh. round bt his scheduled tit- teen round C" Ot ta, this afternoon, and Schmidt; Schneider AMERICAN Won. Lost. ____ S7 Chicago Boston Cleveland Detroit New York York...... Philadelphia St. Louis........ Cincinnati....... Brooklyn...... Boston Plttsuurg SATURDAY GAMES National Kew York 3, Brooklyn 2. Chicago 1. Cincinnati 2_ rhlcuo 1, Cincinnati 1. fi! Plttsburg 0. St Louis 1, Plltsburg 0. Boston at Philadelphia, two games SUNDAY GAMES. Cincinnati -7. Pltteburg 6. 5, St. Units 1. 1 Chlcaeo 2, 3t. LoulB Turn Tahiti on Glantr i Including seven doubles and, a Irlplo. 78 SATURDAY GAMES SI. LoulE 6, Chicago 3. Philadelphia 1; Boston G. Detroit 2, Cleveland 3. Whilst the dyed In Ihe wool fight Ian was conspicuous by his absence at the Ross-Yordy ten round mill at the Grand Ibcatre. Fcrnle. last night, those favored few who followed the fistic Bport no into the mounlalns yester- day on the occasion or one of the wild- est days In the history of tie mining Town witnessed one ol the classiest and fastest encounters ever staged In The bout scheduled for the middle weljht championship of Canada re suited In a draw between Lethbridgo own Al Iloss and Art Yordy of Circa From Ibe first'clans ot the gone Hi bovs It in great style, each ev score a kayo early in Ihe game. The leaturea of Ibe firs.t few rounds were a series ol sharp Infighting sessions ending le clinches, from which both boys broke nicely at the word ot the referee. Ifoss took the offensive: and used his well known right with trip hammer preci- sion, forclnr; Yordy to the ropes sever- al limes. Aionpin Ihe fourth and fifu rounds bolh boys were battling even- ly, Tordy getting the most appla-ase ot the crowd by his superb defense. The siith and seventh rounds were Hoss' rounds by a .slight Ihough Ihe local boy .waa evidently puzzled by his opponent's peculiar style. In the flit! of the eighth Yordy lapped the claret from Hoss' proboscis, and forced the fighting slightly more NOBLEMEN CIGARS for those who want the best." NOW SOLD IN THREE SIZES 2 Invincibles- 25c. 5. DAVIS SONS LIMITED. MONTHXAL. Matrtn of good cigart JO jtan. a Winners of Gold Medals: Paris 1 863 Philadelphia 1876, etc. 000 000 000-0 Tyler and TragreEicr; rltt nnil narlflon. Onajow. Boto So YoVk OMOOOOOM 5 .Vehf and Myers; Tcsrcsu and Rir- Iden, Onslow. Iron Man Feat. 3.-Orovor the season's record Held o[ 71 minutes. and'KUnter; Coombs Jllller. games here today. 100000320-6 11 Bl 13 boiiglts, Aldrldge, Prendergasl a Kllloll; Dllhoefer, Watson, Amei a 7 Bt Loub'.'.'.'... OOOOlOOli-Z 0 Douglas and Wilson; Goodwin >n W.. Both. taking'Ihe morning game S to 0 a Iko aflemoon game B lo 2, Delroit '2, Chicago 7. Detroit Chicago 6. Cleveland 7. St. I-ouls -I Boiton Set Bac Boston, Sept. chan: nionshlp aspirations received a big Si! bach toSay when New York won two games the morning cmlest 1 0 and Ihe atemoon game j lo 1. 0 York won out In Hie ninth Inning Ihe morning clash. Plpps sacrifice and after Baker -was pur nosely puBiied, Heudrli linn The allernoon game wa. by New York In the firil nn- lwo'were out, on singles _ I'eckinpaugh, Gedeon and Baker and doubles by Pipp' and Hend ard was relieved by Pen tched a wonderful fame, uld not connect safely wllh 000 000 oston OOOKOOOO-0 6 0 Sbawkey and Nnnamaktr; Fnter Dd Tliomai. Old Country Football Scores i London. Sept. are the results ot scheduled league football games plaVel today on the group- I of Ihe first named club: anrTforced the fighting slightly more The Arsenal )n previou3 rounds for the space of probably a minute or so, but ROBS quickly resumed the offensive again, the round ending with Yordy on the ropes. The linlli round brought out the I best in both hovB, both striTlne lo land a knockout but with no avail. This first prelim., George Thnmpsnn foucht a pretty tbree round A return match between floss and Yordy will be staged here shortly. Yordy Is the first man lo set a draw from Hoss for many moons, and ho would give the fans here a tasle ol the real thing. Brentford 1, Clapton Orient 0. Chelsea 3, Mlllwall Athletic 4 Crystal Palace 2, Tottenham Hot- spur 4. Midland Section Birmingham 2, Hull City 1. airniuiButfLu KnockOUl UUl nu man. Bradford City 0, ShcffieW Umled hlt go (or uir, bul both Iluddersneld Town 2, Notts-Forest l. nnj5hcd strong, and came up for Lincoln'City 2. Bariislny.l. the lenlh anj round In the plnk Notls County Leicester 1 osse i. u lhcy ]nto ench Rotherham 2, Bradford 2. other jn stjie, and hid Ihe fan Sheffield Wednesday 0, Lii> i. Qn [ect wiln eicltemenl Lancashire Section The went the dlslance wllh th Blackpool'3, Oldhara Athletic 2. lwo boj.j D0th oil their feet, battling Bolton Wanderers 2, Stoke-5. nt lrlc nnlsh stronger lhan at the Vie- BTerlcn 6, Soulbporl Cenlral 1. sinning ol the first round. Referee Manchester City 1, Slockporl County gave !hp. decision a draw The clergy of tlie city wilh represen alivcs of Ihe various churches mel In conference last evening In the Y.M C A re the possibility of mvitlnif tie Bovs' Conference1 tor Southern Alber (a to Lellibridgc this fall. Alter a very detailed discussion of this many Important points essential to the sue cess of the undertaklnB it was held that It not only could no. done, but I would bo one ot the worthiest enler prises we as a elty could promote. As the work is cew to many It wa decMcd to hold a meeting neit Won day at S p.m., In St. Auguslln s ha to- every one interested !n tr.e (ulur Lethbridge Contestants Able to Take Most of the Prize Money Seventeen coaches .loaded with assengers were taken to Ferale Lab- r Dav from Lelhbridge on the on nm under the auspices ol the elhbrldge Trades and Labor coun- me spnris events were the big: al- ractlon, and V-cthbrldge contestants the most of Jha.i generous Sepl. V-Preildenl Wll- In PL to Samuel Gom- iie'rs president ol the American Feder- ation of Labor, vigorously denounces propagandists who are en-, deavoring to confuse I'ne minds o! tbs people, especially of class- cs over Ibe issues of the war between the United States and Germany. NOTICE ton Fliher and Nuna 400000000--! Burslea Port- Vale 2, Liverpool 3. Pretton Northend 1. Bury 0. Rochdale 0, Burnley 0. Larry Sullen. The old sleulb ha; spending several weeks In the busnes and le eipected lo bob up with .rev-1 eral new pitchers. I were icored on the hit. Schalk'i I home run In Ihe fourth nnlng with lwo men on bases put Chicago In the lead In Ihe becond game and tbey were urovvri between (lie boys, the decision being received by the fans with the utmost satisfaction. A noticeable feature of Ihe fightwas 10 CVrr) uiic welfare of our boyn, or belter, for the future welfare of our country, for Irays will be men. Each minister pledg- ed himself lo have at least sli delc- lates at the meeting, at which fact that failed .to connect McMlllen will the McMllen w lure and eilent of the work. We hope to welcome to our city In November about 300 boys from 12 yeirs up, and 1 i t c Hop, step and )Uinp J. Waldo; second and third, Dunsworth and L. Dunsworlh. Organized 100 yards-Pack ard, 1st; Rooke and Kilmer lied for iim jams special ovenl, run in two heafs-M. Dunswortli, Isl lime 10 2-5 econds; Leon Dunsworlh, 2nd; SMII- L. N'ollco should be taken that we, undersigned, have taken over, the shoollts lease on the 18-m le lake and anyone trespassing with- out obtaining a permit win bo prosecuted. T E. OTT and N. PAWS, Boi B1, Raymond, Alberta PENMITS may he obtained Lelhhrldgo from J- M. Henderson (at Wright's Jewelry and W. A. Oil. SLEEPING QUARTERS available for who bring 'bed aing and meall can be obtained a the lake. zos-1 needs, but corresponding on our part that such an army sug JNOTLCE! 4 ill yam IVHHJI. --i Dunsworth, 2nd; A. Stnrr, third. Broad Jump-M. Dunsworln. 1st, L, Dunsworth, 2nd; SklMlnE, 3rd Pony Hace, purse J7o, won Dy uam- cron's horse, Lclhbridge. in spirt's contribution lo war funds Ihere is the geiH- gams of crlckel which only recently Stales conlrlbuled over lo the r liner i. ennock and Agnew, TJomai o lake both of double heart- 12 0 r from Detroit 1 to 6 and 14 to S, ch[ 100 122 9 .1 hereby gaining two game, on Bos- and, Slanage; SchaJk, fork, ueiroit iwn m ,.o and In Ihe fttth Inning of Ihe morning fame by'bnnchlng hit. and driving Faber off moling bnt Dan. forth and Williams .checked the vls- llors .tier thai. Ehmke weakened In the slilh Inning and walked two men. Schalk advanced both on a sacrlllce, Murphy then singled..lo .centre and ChlrVo took the ind two runs Anybody can do thai. Bnl rnt- the parts lofelher again properly Is different propo.1- So It S'eur ar gets of order don't linker, with It your- Send It here, hive Ihe knowledge skill iequlrrf to make all and lo re- store your car to iU efflc- lencjr. Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOUSE or SERVICE Second Detroit 1! 3 Bolandi' James, Cunningham and Yelle; Danforth, Williams, Clcotte mi achalk, Lynn. Athlrtlci Won Bolh. Phllidelphli, Sepl. 2.-Phlladelphla hit Washington's pitchers hard, and won both games today, Walter John- eon was knocked from Ihe box In Ihe third Inning ot the game. I Shortstop OTgan had hi, right ankle badly sprained In sliding home In the 'Irsl game. i 7 2 PMM.W.''; i3003000i-7uti 2 Galla, Schang, Dumont and Hearr; Buich, and Meyer. 0 Philadelphia 016 000 1U-9 IB 2 W. Joiinsrjn, Qalla and H. Johnson and Meyers. Cleveland Won 000 3 Cievel.nd...... 000 00, Wx-9 12 2 Oroome, Mollneui, Wright and croli; Klepler and O'.Xelll. Second SI Lonls 11 0 ClCTdond .202 001 001 001-7 U 2 Rogers, crold; Cofelikle, Morton Ing as" slippery as an e judgment ot distance been somewhat NIGHT LETTER THE BLACKSMITHS' EDUCA. TIONAL ASSN. OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA Owinu lo advanced prices In the find II neceasary lo charge the follow- ing prlcti. HORSE 3HOEINO New Shoe., 0, 1, 2, 3. C A Per Ml ffinlV ReseMlng. 0, T, 2, 3. TC Per New Shoes, 7 and S. per let RewttlnB, 4, 6, 7, EWES FOR SALE In lo loll Burke Taylor P.O. BOX FQR SALE M j Grade Bocks LINIKH.N-M1UP HARRV GOODWIN ;