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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SESTX THE LhrniBKlDGE DAUTT =4; HETXTitD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1918 BRINGING UP FATHER" 1/ By G. McManus HELLO OlD YOU KNOVy HAVE BEEN VER^ -btCK- THE OOCTOS; wouuON'r UET ANYONE aEE ME-EVEN 'V�PE- YOU OO ^ TCLU ME..- AND HE h^EPT^Ma AUWE. ON CRANDX- , "TUKT't. AUU HE WOULD / % tET NE. HAVE . ^ wouuo-roU mind telu^n: me. how \ou akes ?faval Training Sta- service station henryjTdenn Proprietor Alt Makes of Batteries Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street 8. Phone 616 WE BOIL 'EM We boil your radiator in a preparation that thoroughly cleanses it, making it easy to discover and fix leaks. We are better equipped in this way than Calgary-^having the only boiling outfit in flie dia-trict. ; ANDY 'The Radiator Man" Rear Dallaa Hotel (Upstairs) Palace Garage SECOND, HAND CABS FOB SALE. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W. S. Cook E .E. Peck 308 Second Ave. S.-Phone 665 tion in order to play, and who is among the ellglbles on the Boston list. FINAL STiOINu NATIONAL LEAGOE Xew York. Sept. 4.-The standing of the National league baseball clubs at the close of pennant championship season yesterday was announced officially bere today as follows: Games W. L. .Pet. Chicago......... 129 S4 45 .651 New York...... 124 71 53 .57.3 Cincinnati ...... 128 6S 60 .531 Pittsburg ...... 125 65 60 .520 Brooklyn....... 126 57 69 .452 Philadelphia . ... 123 55 6S .447 Boston......... 124 53 71 .427 St. Louis....... 139 51 75 .395 CHARGES AGAINS GREAT HAL CHASE Giants Make Affidavits That Chase Was Interested In Throwing Games SPiT WILL iSS FREDDIE HEWITT Sport followers In the city have heard with deep regret the loss of Freddy Hewitt who was killed in action In one of the last big engagements. Before football in the city was "held over" he -R-as a regular mem^ber of the Overseas team, and acted as goalkeeper. He was one of the best "goalies" that ever played in the City Football 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. : ? : ? : : , ;; 1 ;-i i Evans, lb ........ 5 2 2 7 fi 0 Green, cf ......... 4 a ;; 1 0 0 Briggs, lib ........ 4 \ 4 1 2 3 Potter, c ......... 5 0 1 5 1 o ilcLean, rf ........ 4 2 2 1 i) 0 Powell, rf ........ ] 0 0 0 0 0 Vaselanak, .Ib ...... 5 1 1 2 1 1 Scott, p. If ........ S 1 0 0 1 0 Ridpath, It, p...... 4 3 1 3 n 1 42 16 17 21 n Score by innings: R H 15 .......204 102 0- S) 11 7 Lethbridge ......lUO 0S4 0-It! 17 i" Summary-Three-base hits, Irvine, Briggs; two-base hits, White; Cunning, Evans, Green. Briggs, Potter, lUdpath; double plays, Ridpath to VasQlenak. Ridpath to Evans, Furlong to KoUough; stolen bases, li"urlong, Hudson 2, Green 2, McLean 2; earned runs, Lethbridge 11, Coalhurst 4; struck out by Furlong 3, by Scott 1, by Ridpath 4. Umpire Bond. Notes on the Game. I-�thbridgo hit the; ball tor seventeen safeties good for 24 bases, and swiped six, making a grand total of 30, which is enough to win in this man's league. In the fifth Lethbridge collected seven bits good for 11 base.'; and had a base on balls thrown in for good measure. Furlong is a nice pitcher but it was plain to be seen after the fourth that ho should have derricked himself. His wing was very sore after pitching two games the day before. liriggs didn't field as well as usual but he made up for it with the stick, clouting safely four times for seven bags out of four times up and drawing a base on balls. He clouted in most of the runs. It was a free hitting contest and the last of the season, and many fans were disappointed as they didn't know of the game until too late.. It was impossible to advertise it in time to get out a big crowd. RAIN MAY BLOCK SERIES Chicago, Sept. 4.-Rain, which began 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. ? ? ; > > > > > C' �"> J ? ? LOOKS LIKE SET-UP ? ? Edmonton, Alta., Sept. 4.- ? ters in sixty seconds -had he ? been so minded. The affair > > went three uninteresting rounds ? and Tait had nothing whatever : ! i : tie fancy work. > !: ? 1 � < ? < Perfect for the Pipe delicious, handy, economical, keeping its rich moisture and fragrance unimpaired for any length of time, and burning slowly but freely- these are the qualities which you will find in HasteTi 20 ceats The Perfect Plug Smokug Tobacco Slice a pipeful, fresh from the plug, just when you want it, fill your pipe not too tight, h'ght up and you will enjoy a smoke of real satisfaction. Try it. -vwjjtj--.- -ir"-. Hm Reck Citr TokKM C*., LtebW, Qsikte, Qif. 2T .THE LAST GAl Beat Birmingham by One Point In Percentage Column and Wins Flag Toronto, Onl.. Sept. 4.-Toronto won the penuant of the first season of ihe new International league by downing Buffalo twice here Monday. The Loafs won the morning game four to one by making everyone of their six hits count. Dolan stole home cleanly in the first Inning. Lear drove in the winning run in the twelfth inning of the second game to make the score five to tour. Club J... Pet. Toronto............ .SS^1!i� .C!t2 Binghampton......... 85 3S .G91 Baltimore........... 74 53 .583 Newark............ 64 B3 .504 Rochester........... 60 61 .496 Buffalo............ 53 GS .433 Hamilton........... 38 76 .'.'.SS Jersey City......... 29 94 .236 After many months spent in considering educational conditions among the Mennonltes of the province from all angles, the Sask. department of education has come to the conclusion the best way to induce the Mcnno-nites to conform to Canadian educational ideals is to tempt them into sending their children to modem public schools. With this object in view, three public school districts have been organized In the Swift Current district in the heart of the largest Mennonite community in the province. BIG ROW IN THE HALIFAX COUN n U Halifax. Sept. 3.-When the city board of control met this morning the city clerk rHporlod having received the resignations of seven of the city's twelve aldermen who recently jointly warned Mayor Hawkins that uules.s he resigned by August 31, they would do so. Ills worship pi'esided at this morning's meeting of the board and when the clerk reported the rc.ilgnn-tiona the mayor Instructed him to refer them lo the city council. One of the controllers then remarked that even thoush these seven aldermen resigned there would still be a quorum of the city council. This satisfaction was short lived. The resignation of Aid. MacNab was hand'id to the city clerk a few minutes after the controller made this stutemont and there now remain only four aldermen, less than the number required for a quorum, and it is reported that the resignations of these four are on the way. Mayor Hawkins when asked this morning what Halifax would do without any aldermen replied: "Oh, we cau run the city all right." Central Repair Shop ALL KIND3 OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HA^IDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessories. Batteries. Phone 1023 ^ 324 11th Street South, ' Lethbrldge, Alta. W. H. Oowlina Gray Dort Motor Cars Advance Rumely Engines Sharpies Cream Separators GIVE US A CALL ALLEN JACK OPPOSITE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL PHONE 1544 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 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 ONE.S SOLD. 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 Youf Old Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box 5 03 ;