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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 'ACE srx WTCDNRSnAY. SKPTKMRER Lineup of the Competing Teams: Chieaxn Sept. !-Capacity seemed probable at the first of the worid's scries hajehaU famo !='? fir today between Itnv.on Americans and the Chit-aso Nationals- a; the A inert-rnr. l.eastte ground-. Aithouih C.e demand fur reservations has cor.'io anywhere near thai of r> cent years Tlusine-s Manaper Craishead of the t' club said intere.*- in iIio'.r-coin-' !"!' the world series i~ penerai. Confusion ha- nepmetl to exist .n the minds nf sonu- ha.;tH enthusiasts' a- ii) the rules lovemin^ the- series. Th-'1 first three ca'.uos to he Vlaypil h"rv. whether '.' is (u�si!i!o to play '.hem (hi i lie daies scheduled- today, tomorrow and Friday, lr. ease of rain or a tie faaic the competir.t; teams will remain here until three Kame* have been decided. Rain today would mean that tieke:s for th� first Kame would be pood tomorrow or whenever the first game could be played. The umpired announced for the opening eontest are Hiidebraud. Owens. O'Oay and Klein, and the pro- ! Ladle line-up was piven as follow*; Cubs-Fhitk rf. lio'.loilo-r �?. Mann If. I'.'.sk- r> ef. Merkb- lb. I'u-k 2b. i Deal ;:b. Kililfer e. Tyler. or Yau-!:r. p. Red So>.- Htiop.t rf. Shean -h. Striink .e.Kuth !f. Mc!;:r.i.- Scott l"off�- h. .-'i I:.:::.-' c. May.-, or : Btt.= h ji. In piviiiir the line-up. no mention tvas made of Fred Thomas. laird baseman, who was siivr-n a furlough from the Great Lakes Naval Training Sta- erowd? I tion in order acne the elleib'.c nlav. a iin the il 1 FO GREAT HAL CHftSE - (Wants Make Affidavits Thai Chase Was Interested In Throwing Games Slaters Staged Great (.'ante Wind Up Basball Fur Season to ' Hiilnnth: double plays. Kidpalii to ' Vnselenak. Kidpath to Kvaus. Curlom: i to Kchuuv.h. stolen bases, Cur I Hudson _'. Creep J. .Mcl.oau -': i.ii;i"d | runs. I.etlibrldse 11. Coalhiir-it l: j struck out by KiirlotiB :'. by Sei;; I. 1 by Kidpath I. I'mpiro Bond. nil 01 New f the ' t il" eason ieialiy York. Sept. 4 National ler^tii elost here ii: ponuan rday was today as iollov -The standim; bas-'h..'l dubs championship aimou: �l of- Ci anies W. Chiraso..... J4 : New- York .. ... 124 71 '.Cincinnati .. ... 12S e$ i Pittsburg ... ... 12". t'i.~ 1 Brooklyn. .. ... U'ti f. 7 '. Philadelphia . ... 123 ea Boston..... . ... 124 oil ; St. Louis ... 12'J 51 I.. 47. ie.1 Bit tifl IIS 71 Ti llll'.V j .v'. tin ^ league. nf the : . ball, is  j:h]uv;;s i Hie Nev jers to I Christy i Another ase aeainst Chase. �h. day in tin1 i o nii'i'iiiiiK Ci.'alii they wanted ' ; s, i;nr ni' i heir Thous,'i: it iliiiti -e 'h- oo; b.o' pled, and :>. fair . 11 i iin: ,p ti t'; i)!ll I :,ir ih. ith.-r tin.. Ciiir.;' nor davi ! I' ; fled �oild 1 asemau ma e p|en. ' 'en harry '. \iuu.-l o the.r und-r-lea.!"'. e affi- �ind Furl Mth. the liili :ife..i; 1. 1 under.-tend i'err [T i .ii j by ri w ,i ' r, city e warn SERVICE STATION 31 Spor: followers in heard with deep regret the it Freddy Hewitt who was killed tion In one of the last bi? en nients. Before footbail in the HENRY J. DENN Proprietor All Makes of Batterie* Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 have of in ai-ige- i city ; was "held over" ho w;.s a regular; member of the Overseas team, and acted as goalkeeper. He was one of the best "goalies" that ever played in the City Foothail league, and was a member of the team when they lifted the championship. Of a bright cheery disposition, lovers of football �and clean manly sport will miss him. : :� * �: : : : : : > ub: 1 replir � to the p,.; in whi' ii of for that d.. to pitch. 1 that he whi. h Chase, it "I -.v.-a you'd I know which �o:\nfi- with Sam.- time fear." All Th" inf. from this r 'hup-, was that to win hia cam" tiered Chase to ;. ou that 7. op rile it.-- to C; .1 bv ''h;:' :i tae ti. : and that Ci ie I'.v.i cam lie would errif. sc '.id not V. : allerred. ii ni" o:f. jrame you'll . i certain jia will have b-'ui'.id After i: up |li" �su!t t'.. til. -�h other but Scot' � coud itici: : favor, ai. p-year-ohl . ji uaines tin' day b -fore. Urines didn'i field as well as uuial out he made up I.i'- i: with the stick, �loutitir? safely four limes for seven baps tint of four times up and dean-itij? a base on balls. He clouted In moat of the run-. : it was :i fne hiltini: eonte-t and the last of ihe seasuij. many fans wore (lisa/ipotpt-d as they didn't know of the p.ame until too late., h was impossible to advertise it in time . to Ket out a hU crowd. 12TH INNING OF IHE LAST GAME' Heal Hirminjjham hv One Point In Percentage Column and Wins FIuk Toronto. f)nl.. Sep;. I To. up\i ih" p.nuapt of the lirst -ea.-ou o; pew lutet'iiatioual leaitne by dovv Huflal" twi;:; t'l ..-.�4 1 .lie'. | ;!S tiS 7i. 2it f�l 2:;i; , Hailfa?. Sept. ll. When Die city board of coin nil met ihi.i uioniiiiK Hoi oil ' I'lerk lepnrled b-'iviiiK leceivcil Ihe reiiKimt ions of seven of the cily'-i iwelve ublermi'ii who recently Jointly warned Muvur Hawkin.t that iiule" fifth l-'ii.-loui:'-i:d tv.'elve men 'a. lor II base- were t run, tore acro.,-LCded in the sixir, nil Heihbridge iiad giving tile '.nun-ear up the debts i town clubs. 1 by plenty t 1 tlijOl'.'d the | Tiie box ! Coaihurst 'Smith. If I Irvine, c . � emitting. -' ' I' p ' White, 'b , 1 UlloolII". I . .'.IcI.eO.l. I I'iel -oil. It V. 'till' tint:. visits g.lllie and lo oll'.-ot- . .'.�atiired ; the fan- A H H II P() Chicago. Sept. 4.- Rain, which benan falling shortly before eight o'clock today threatened to cause a postponement of the first game of the world baseball series. Precautions were taken to protect the diamond and it was said the game would be played unless the rain continued into the afternoon. After many luonliis spent in consul-1 eiii.g ediieationiil conditions among | tile Mentioning of the province from, all a'.r-b's, the Sa-k. department of education has eomo to the eon. lo-ion ; the test nay lo induce the Menno-1 ni!"- to conform to Canadian cduca-l liona'i ideals is to leiupt them into1 sending their . hihlrep. to modern I"1'1' i lie schools. With tins objeei in view,: three j 11 i 11! i. school districts have been organized in the Swift Current ! district in liie heart of the largest' Menponiie community in the i rovmce. 1 Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories. Batteries. Phone 1023 324 1Uh Street South, Lethhrldge, >Mla. W. H. Dowllng -' 1 it LOOKS LIKE Kdiuoutou. Alia. Clonics Tall had il way with Sammy SET-UP Sept. I. - all his own (Kmc K out) Chaliff in their fight here io-nifihi. and in the opinion of the aiiillence could have, ended matters in sixty seconds hud he been so minded. The. affair went three uuinleresting rounds before f'halilf was slopped. II" put up a very weal; exhibition iiiul Tail had nothing whatever to do except to illustrate a little fancy work. Gray Dort Motor Cars Advance Rumely Engines Sharpies Cream Separators GIVE US A CALL ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL PHONE 1544 �, * �, > *! �!� < < 4 ! Your Storage Battery Is the Heart of Your Automobile! NEGLECT OF IT IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OF LOSS OF POWER. MANY OTHER TROUBLES CAN HE TRACED TO A POOR QATTIC "c Y. THE GRAHAM MOTOR CO. ARE WELL EQUIPPED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR BATTERIES. BATTERIES RECHARGED, OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW ONES SOLO, iiiiiim si Avon l'riilt, o I daughter of A ' | trainpleii bv a of Htratford, aged !(, Alfred rralt, was hudly a pet pony, ami wan unit cttiuldcrublo vtme. Perfect for the Pipe delicious, handy, economical, keeping its rich moisture and fragruncu unimpaired for any length of time, and burning slowly but freely- ihesc are the qualities which you will find in The Perfect Plug Smoking Tobacco Slice a pipeful, fresh from the plug, just when yon want it, fill your pipe not too tight, light up .ititi you will enjoy a smoke of real .satisfaction. Try it. ... .,c<,,. Tk. K*ck City Tohxrt Cc, limit**, Qaaktc, Qw. E. AINSWORTH, Manager The 1919 Chevrolet has Arrived SEE IT IN OUR SHOW ROOMS MANY NEW FEATURES Baalim Motor Company Back of Union Bank Throw You? Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box �J ;