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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page srx "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus I THOUGHT ITOLO YOU TO TAKE THAT CAT OUT AND l-OSE. HIM- - I DID-BUT I 40T LObT AN' IF IT HADN'T e>EELti FOR THE. CAT I'D NE.VER FOOMO tv\E V/AY HOME- Dope on the Series Players Follo.viug lire stat stical lists of thn Boston Amoriciitis anil Chicago II HOW TAIT PUI CHUFF AWAY | lOIllld, ' utaiiiu.: Lou ' :irfi'* i;> Th.T. las: nt ! ', e : .1 r; CUM Wins With Xctt Score of SO- Dr. Craig Had Low Gross i With 90 I Edmonton .lournal's Story the Labor Day Scrap in the Capful of lie a tli, ho nil's . d.-:i.' hi 1 � i!cr tvf" i II-',',.;! .IS llUlt" wins to the .in i ,i mmr  hat w t. ip With P Name Hep. Sere W. n. 1. Hardie. .">", 44-V- 4S - {*.; I.* S! N. T. Macleod ... 4;: 4S - !U .>2 11. J. Mimti.'ig ... ,"t 4S- p.2 2" S2 .1. Adams ....... r.-J 4*1- f.S J5 v.: W. Crawford ... 4 s 4.".- W. P. Craic..... 47 47 - �> A. Mara ....... V {..; !;� :r. -a . . ->7 T. \v. Fox..... 4^ r.:~ M. S. M.-Arluur. . V. : 2 Results Button Competitii a.: i. �: a a !i Chain of a -Hutu: !;nc th lie .1 on -iir.' the Par :a!::f. w;-,o ran led. was a: r.o champion ami t! ji.-.,-te-> to see Clonic � opponent were out of fat-' was In Ta:--'s hai clang of the opening con: final punch put' out of the linte'.icht ior an P"rioi. From th- mit.ut Tair. ef h.'i:ip'.on of ri-ing hop-is  -.lina in the d ten-round i*re Monday -.- via the K. �i .-;!>� you'h :v.i previous icaly recom-a rria'ch for ins who ex-l- I'.nsr a fast . for I'haliff s 1- from th-until th-.n's pri le r.m: |1i.C tir ,c- ::tii i n u; and .or. frovj. broV a Ilruiuli" l-.iin a:-.; th-i .-rs thai on his with io;-K--tt ' Mill--: >t trd 'iv' � ! : d i: r- oi :~ t: at Name J. A da tr: s ---- 1\ II. To!! M. S. MrArthur T. O.xlar.d . . . N. T. Maii-od 4; - :: 4:i to ;,i; 43- !:' .-i-, 43--l''i.' .V.* 43-101 1" i>; c SERVICE STATION r-dii t'.v. ,ds vVelf on :i the and t!;.��� and the �yed from seeing a x-r: turn-nil retain HENRY J. DENN Proprietor . All Makes of Batterlei Charged and Repaired 311 7th Street S. Phone 616 ) WE BOIL EM Wo boil your radiator in a preparation that thoroughly cleansi-3 It. ~aking it easy to discover and fix leaks. Wo are better equipped In thia way than Calgary-having the only boiling outfit ill tho district. ANDY "The Radiator Man" Rear Dallas Hotel I Upstairs) i;.-4,r,i hope �nt'-re ev. !:;"! :;mu " in ::.- : ::?. .�nd Nat lie!! !:.m.!:- ! �>� ' \\':-h i'.;:r. Ilaz:a and the jol). a good raft o! were staged. Hours w."giits of eighty-tive your.' I weight* of eighty dive i:e larg" crowd who jour:-, far and near in th" h->;>- o snappy man tuuk.. ;.. |,,-st -.- tall:.: IX :n-' � '� ait ^Mt of til will 1 pirn song! >:U' ai IHl'.V :ng I Nat ionals: Chicago Nationals. Name. Fos Age \Vt Hgf. 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It was filled with girls dressed in white with red ribbons, binding up their hair. It is 11 suspicion among other contestants, that It was (he handsome girls, rnthcr than tho flags nnd other commonplace ornamentation, that biased the judgment of the committee. It was a handsome car. and .Mrs. Todd has ilic credit of much of the designing of it. Sei ond and third prizes in this contest went to the I.O.IVK. car driven by .1. Ferry, and the Junior I.O.I 1.10. ear driven b\ Miss Henderson. Those cars were handsomely decorated and hud for passengers, girls drcaed in lied I'lOis costumes. There were scores of other cms in (he line, one of them (lint of Mr. 17. IT. Stewart -was most tastefully decked out with asters, shnsta daisies, sweet pea:-, and golden glows, the hood of the car appearing to be a bank of sweet peas. The sports began about two''hi o'clock and were thoroughly enjoyed by the big crowd. The baby mntcat, always an inter-e.-.ti:ig event, brough: out many hand-so, i.e future Canadian citizens of tender age, Put full of life. Little fi. Ashmoi-e got tirsl prize in the infant fiass and M. Iv (Hover came second. In the one lo two year class, .lames Clark was liest and A. Morris second, though none of the youngsters seemed to have as much interest in the proceedings -j--- did their proud mothers. In tiie mile horse race, an Indian horse from Tobacco Flanis. ridden by Mos.s Frank, got first ami a bay rid-.|"ii by J. Cameron look sei ond pla. e. In the mile bicvcle race, lir.-t and second places were taken by It. and George Laurur. The mile foot race, open to all, was close; John IiOng-Time-Star, an Indian, taking first; Spencer Kennedy, bit-ond. and Moses Frank, another Indian, (bird prize. John 1 .ong-Tinie-Si.1 r ulso got away with first pliiee in the 4-W yard ra, .� A. tlr.ivolle coming home next to him. All the ollur cotti'it'titious uero 111] ed but the list of winners is too long to he recited here. Tho Coal Creek boys, with their line of games, shooting gallery, merry-go-round and oliier attractions, took in a good sum of money which uent to swell treasury of Patriotic, Fund. The I. (). D. Iv ladies look in seven hundred.dollars, which, with gale and oilier receipts of the day and thn dance last night in Victoria Hall, bronchi the sum total of colle-lious to a little over tliree thousand dollars, all of which, excepting that taken by ladies (if the I. O. 1). 17. for the lied Cross, goes to the Patriotic Fund. All told, the day was a most successful one. making a record lor the town in the line of sports, and in the. handsome amount of money which goes to such worthy causes. Tiie l-'ernie Hand furnished excellent music during l!i>' day and are deserving of much credit for the aid they rendered the committee in their arrangements for the entertainment of the big crowd. The young man. Casirarnen, wim sustained a broken thigh, was taken to the Penile hospital in an unconscious stale, bin is reported today liy lir. Carner as doing ipu'te as well as colli.I be expected under the i ii'cuin slau.-cs. DON'T WAIT- FEW GAMES PLAYED DY FOR FIRST GAME Chicago, -With clear and iS NOT LEFT OH BASEST Ciiiim-s in base, ihougii Wi'Jiam K!:n pitched !v. k.,v Nalam; v'v |s I,-f! oil .'lav to t T w a  01 - ix tin Wing, fair- aicli no on-'. iiit 1 are made, - ,ii7i a.. Finer ,1 10.lis .,; tiie Phi!!'.- � again5' tiie Cardinals recent-not b.'.-n nuin-rous in lie-. I.eaL'UC. In r-ix years there �u jus' six-an avrago of one ani.'iai-'n. reakie^t conflict of this kind  tl.ii! I'o: Perritt pitched for �: again-t the (liafit.-., on Aug. .12. Tie- \,-v,- Yorkers .-.'erod ;�-. m.cle ejgdr hits on" man 1 fir -1 .ill a' nnd ur.e on an and yet no one was left. Ivy saw 10 that condition of at- tbr, irowl out tiie four men '.vac :i'l la PalaceGarage Tie rinc-in nil'"!; (let. :;. have anv 11 !'! i SECOND HAND CARS SALE FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W. S. Cook 308 Second Ave. E .E. Peck 8.-Phone ��5 AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED *V wnn Piti.  iciiv. 1 Pell' Ul.llb- iv.o I May p.. p. 17 |i nave -,ny men H>' thn Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Win Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 20S 13th �t. 8. Opp. Ellison Mills n ch 1, on. 1 w don :viT. a ii li. 01 Sept any ae-n Hoston, niilde one double pi; June 2.1 have any ire-n !.-with Piiiladeipioa (Hants made four made ihree iloiibl ni' i':e other games . National League ; iv --� left:- j (':;., iitiati did not (' on iiii.-e in a game i !-;i'iiion p::.�!::::;:. j hi;., j Philadelphia did not � lefi. on b:i.;e in giitno ; (irim-r pitching. Phil- ! hi2,7,ii'.ii to Mritaiii's National League for Health, .Maternity and Child Welfare, lo promote, the establishment of maternity centres and day nurseries In areas where much war work in being done. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOU8E OF SERVICE" Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storaae. Accessories. Batterlea. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethbridge, /Vita. VV. H. Dowllfia FERNIE PEOPLE CELEBRATE LABOR DAY IN B!G STYLE All Day Program a Success Two Accidents Occurred, Not Serious (.!>d t', (lie Herald) 2. What at first gave  for a good day of of ihreatenlnK weath- er, turned out lo be one of the fines! I days ever enjoyed py the people of ! near-by Pa-s loans, and more than � three thousand people visited the, i.iporlii which were held at the city j park yesterday. I Twenty-two hundred. P�id admin-l sioin were recorder! at tho gates, nnd ! no one who bus ever been at u public 'gathering in Fernie will be disposed to ! dispute i lie litati-ment that there wora at least a thousand children, under I fourteen i'jurs of aye on tho fe'ruimdt) | during the afternoon. | Ho numerous were the kiddies that j in one of the. horse races a tituall child was knocked down by one of tho running horses, and Injured, though not seriously. One other necldent which resulted in 9 broken thigh nnd other brulsen happened at the Aerial Hallway, a wire cable incline, from which thoae who paid the price hunsc, HUftpendnd while they made tho fllKht from the uppnr to tho lower nnd. In Blurting In one of these {llghtii, Louio Casir-arnen, a young miner, missed his hold on the pulley support and fell to the ground, n distunco of huiiio thirty feet. Hut this littlo mishap did not I hinder others from Inking flights and | the patriotic fund was the gainer by the results. The trains brought hundreds from outside points, and many canto iu earn some as far as from Kurokn, Montana. Most of the business houses and hotels were decorated with flags and bunting anii every body wore the IxiKt smile possible iu addition to oilier bright, clothing. The programme begun with the auto parade from the upper end of Victoria Avenue to the I'urk. The first prize in tho contest for the best, decorated curd went to Miss Wlnnett whose car was covered with two flags of largo dimensions, one, tho (.'anadiau flag and the othor tho Starn and Stripes. Ac.i'ohh the back of tho cur wit,} �) js|JUUiUf tjm 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. CATTERIES ONES SOLD. RECHARGED. OLD ONES REBUILT AND NEW E. AINSW0RTH, Manager The 1919 Chevrolet 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 ;