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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. By G. McManus BRINGING UP FATHER Recent Exhibition at the Navin Field Adds to Oddities In liasehall History 3.000.0QO Davis Cig'ars are made each month WHY New York Philadelphia SL. Louis Cincinnati Chicago Brooklyn Boston Hllsburg NATIONAL Won. Lost. SL co 44 CS M Ca CO ti 05 G5 7G If P.O. lUS .5G1 .500 .450 .411 .311 IlDSlOll Icveland )ctroll Vashinslon N'cw York SI. Louie Phillies Are Out the pennant race here tow, York's double victory lead to leu games. double-header, increased S3 7D 14 CC 5S. 59 43 47' 50 G5' 05 cs 74 73 P.C. .055 .013 .472 .405 .3D! .361 Tension Phil Din 001 BaskcUmllcrs Already Lining Up While Howlers Ready to Knock 'Km Over Prospects are roil hoi whiter season at the 1 '.i 1 vclr The bowling arc 000 000 100 000 20 S 1 Ayres 1-2 n SchupP. Iden. 7 0 "and Kllilter" "sollco. and Har Double-header 100 113 1C 000 000 3 "if'niEcr: Walsh and Myers. New York Washington Shocker and and Henry- INTERNATIONAL First game-Richmond 2 Newark 1. Second .ganie-Hichmond 2, -Now "Ball-morn 10. Providence 4. First 3, 'I'oronfo I. Second same-Rochester 1, Toroulo 5. r The bowling r tow l into tetter shape than ever before floor has been attended to jn ihe season ot So ll sloVoi IDC jMtilulfon. cli- a riple error is raeanl a BO- ol Ihrie niisulays of record, win. Hie batsman-until all of_ Iho vie The trilile Fhal the Mackmen nulled was or" cleanest cut and; fastest of all o ll slooi IDC jMuo. i-o (at PaVinond, CaWstcm and jov siblv Talicr have assured Hie locals thai they nre lining up some prel'j c-la ami these loEelh; cr with the sure the most ratal an of an 1 anss and liush wero a secoml and first bases on Hits. the fltili, with no one out.. cssa cd to up. oo the biiiU. He inched It first game-Montreal 1, Buffalo 2. Second game-Montreal 5, Huffclo o havo Myers., ..000 100 ..O- Millie and Wheats; Allen and Tra- ..200200203-010 .-100002010-4 5 hlco Carter. Trends, Weaver anl rTi'lraEO ..00000010003-430 s ooo ooo 010 oo-i so Wflams'and Sdialk; Botlioron ami llalc. __ ASSOCIATION St. Paul 6; Kansas City 1. Loulsvlllo 2; Indianapolis 1. Oilier games postponed. rain. TIU-MAN BESTS WHITE. Tlllman oT had the b.tur of Charity While of Chi- In 3 round bout he e last rilghl. men weljhed In al 138 CANADIAN CANOE RACE London, SrJpTV- In tho Thames watermen's regatta ai Illchmond yesterday the Cana- utan canoe race nas T'on W Private Lovell and Scrgl. son by a length: His Past Year in the Ring.Has Netted Kim About Denny Leonard has earned In the lust year In Ihe ling. Who 101S burst upon Iho calendar Benn Leonard was Jusl to som forth as a possl: bility. Sinco lhat llrac' hb'has' van the lightweight title from Freddie Welsh-and Incidentally, has collected tiniall forlune. Many a big busings man can not allow Erosa S64.000 for one lent siitnclenry in Like last seasnn, tbo SrffisSsM Mil "cams Tonight the boys arc holding an important meeUng to form Pliers and followers of ihe'gamc and from it, commlllees will ,e elected lo manage the executive v-ork of flic teams. Several dances -m be given by the club dnring. to and if they arc anything like aslyear's events, will be a great suc- ,vsical tMrcclnr George McKillop complelcd his gymnasium schc.l ,lc, a copy of wbich follows. This 'Say-BnVlnesl men. 1 30 to 530 Monday-Seniors, 730 to n.M Tuesday-Juniors. 4 0 to 5 30. to, em me ,_r all riKbt but Mclnnes. who first start edover'to fry for'the ball, ami who then dashed bach W, cover the bag. tonlu'Cil him. So his throw to first was bad aW got past Mclnnos. inaK- ing Vllt safe, nrover was at the sack lo cover and retrieved tho ball. When Grover saw DauBS mating iracks for home ho threw in the gen oral direction ot Schang, but wide Danss scored, and llie oilier runners (From Our Own corrcsronaent' Travel, Aug. 31.-Uerald Elljolt and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Witting ed to Brooks on Sunday to witness iae Uall game where Mr. Vulflng va. cncaKeil to niay. Urooks and Retlaw. pUj- no.1 Sunday at fletlaw. Mrs. Ituth McCann an'l Mrs. G. epi on coming. .Tho ball got b> Scbane rxles hacking on the broiv, but Wally did not know Sb as soon as he got hold o Ihe sphere he slammed it towards third, without waiting lo sec if Ihe sack was covered. No .one was.there, as Vllt wis protecting second. It went lo tho oulficlii, ami before- Jt got back both rtush and Vitt There nofhiug difficult abou br- Irlple play. It was made in the sls'lli inning, and didn't do Dauss a 'bit of harm, lloilio opened this roun over left field wall for ,lrS. IIUIU .MCl-rtllll were callers in Lomond on lion Frcberger of the ummer following and breaking abou 0 and 25 yer acre. This Is uo a bad [and but looks small lo what thd nd'1310 crop (lid. Mr and Mrs. Baughman. and Miss lamiu visited al Wtteat Centre him- dav atlernoon. Mrs. Drown was a vis lor wlth-Mr. Hamm Sunday Eric Kensendahl was a rented J. Taylor's farms, ami bout'bl enough horses and nia- after IhreshiOB is finished. Mrs. Wm. Tui-lcy and family look dinner on Tuesday will, her sis cr J rs BauBhnwn and also took In tlio fair at Lomond in Ihe nflcrnoon. Mr. and Mrs. 3. Taylor o bridge mclored out Wednesday U> uay forenoon. Mr and MPrcantile Store in Enchant were ness callers here on Monday. brlugc mcor greet old' acdiialnlances. They fornier ly lived here, but ero looted In l.elh- bridge. About three hundred caltle Rot intr aii SO acre wheat field ot Martin l-og- arlVs at his ranch farm and destroyed Ihe juosl of 11 wlftch means i great .0 a Uno drive, whos- tcr a slvround no-decision boui. Ilenny Leonard ,v as born -in Ihc cast side. In New ork. on April and began boxing profession-1 Iiv In' January, 1012. It is r lifs one big bout si championship, when knoHuil oul "was to gel holwcen Jlcssrs. nd Veacl! for a double, which jusl'y. anil would havo mafic cniilMl an uncomfortably close d.'the drive was rlgh ail The shortstop lie. wtnl into the al tic ball. Dolh. of. th Lomond was picked up to play ba' which was victorious for Lomond. Tew more went up in Ihe evening tor the dance and enjoyed .themselves immensely Owing '.o the [he crowd' was not ns large as pre_ lictcd, allliough it was not small and n.beltcr crowd Is looked for next sear. Mr ami Mrs. Wilmolt drove to Lelh- bridge on Saturday, reluming -the A.' Clark visited on Sunday with .bcr, brother anil family vcr near Enchant. Mr Geo Elliott n[ Hie Ogllvlo fclo a'lor look In Ihc first loads of new vheat here on -Monday. Tho whca being .bat of_Mr.H.__Barnctl and son: M'rs. Thlel accqrnpany her niece Miss Biusch lo her home in St. Paul. MM TliUI will also visit Ibere with relatives for a lev moi.ths. Tho new' station agenl has arrived o take Ih3 place of Steve Ilclpin who s leaving for other parts. The new nan is Mr. Newell from Success, and las had much eiperlencc in this work. Mr. Lawrence of Vulcan la here for MAYOR THOMPSON PIKED. Chicago, Stpl. 5.-A demon- stration of soldien against filly automobile partlts constituling a dtleoalion of Ihe William Hale Thompson Republican Club, bound for a country fair end pol- itical rally at Kankakee; was evaded by the mayor.' The "mayor, who was by implica- tion ccnaured by a vote of the city council for his anil-war alti- tude yesterday, had warning that his welcome alohg the route of mllss might be interrupt- ed and he rot in line when the procession started. Soldiers, however, look one or his supporters for him and stop- ped the banner giving the name of the club from the machine in p which they thought ho was riding. Civilians joined in IKe demonstra- tions and other bannerl were. torn from rnachlnes.( j PROOF OF WISDOM got chaatea rot. It won't say a word and Ihe fleal- j said it was That's no, thing. wbfch mshel and grade nachlnes have s f all th line but T, averaging nrmmd.twelve bushels andiand other a lew days calUnE or. old friends. Mr-and Mrs. Hnnion have moved ihe rooms over Ulrica's office. The rain of yesterday has delayed threshing operations for a day or lines' Aiiv mcl Friday afternoon a the Hall and. tied one comfort and nrrrllv quilled one quill. A nice Ultl sum'was realized by charging (or each letter In each They will nicol Wedncsdiy th 5lh of and (talsh Ihe qnl NOTICE Notice should be ft, he undersigned, have taken over na shooting lease on Ihe IS-rn IB.. ake and anyone trespassing out obtaining a permit from u. -dlil ic prosecuted. T. K. OTT and N, PAWS, i' BOX 67i j Alberli PERMITS may. bo obtained 4, Lothbrlilgo from J. M, Henicrton (al Wrlgnl'i Jewelry1 W. A. Olt.. SLEEPING QUARTERS art available for those who bring bed- dins, and meals can ba obtained -Ihe lake- !os'12' champonsp, 5ohnny Kllbar.5 at Phllanelphla. Fnr Hint Hjhl was 110000, with a privilege of taVmg a percentage of the ijale receipts. Tho recclpla- amounted lo more than Iho 000 Ho took tll.cru (or that boul. amount. pc, M Welsll ja rounils at lOThattan club .Leonard received 51. Welsli 1.7.11 been oltcred Sl or a championship bnulwl.h In the west where ouls to 000 o oo Kllbano received' the same amount. That was the biggest pnrfe rms received.- Inclflcnlally, It was (he lurgesl purse tlrnl- hai ever been paid Our Air Compressor Is Now Installed DONT RUN THE RI3K OF INJURING TOUR EXPENSIVE' DONT, RUN IN, AND WE W.LL CAR THE -ONCE OVER.- IT MAY SAVE; 'YOU A 810 REPAIR BILL LATF.R ON. Bijou Motor Parlors THE HOU3E OF SERVrffE F1FTH STREET -SOUTH LETHBRlDflE, ALTA. s arc rermlsslble, o bbnt? Ihoiighl wK Burns had tiirunh so much margin Ibat Iherc could he-no'arsumcnl. 'Is is the Uiplc play ever on Navin Held. H also Is the .....'in ivlilch Young lyml Uurns have- SJncr f of these three-ply killings Is by this elaleroent. k. In lOCiS, at Hennelt nark, the made triple plays.In cadi ot 1 against the [Hi no declsiuns. Few he signed articles lo bcT Lconarrtlhal Harlem boxer, J l..oston ned' before, and tbat may neve The slnughter.i old Ihe m ihcy lost both was willing to risk his title even though he was nol erliinc big moitty for. doing so. But E, I fhc name of Jotnny Kllbane was mentioned Leonard itislsted upon be. m Al that time Kilhanc was regarded as one of tbo cadlnc contcmlors for the llglltwc ght championship. Leonard figured Ihal he should be raid accordingly. Kll hnne figured likewise, allhoush Ihe featherweight king had ovcrythlng to win Uml nothing to lose. The resul of tha'- hout l.i now hlslory. outclassed Kllbnno from the fjart iurn eventually stopped him In 'the thlr round when Jimmy Dunn, manager, threw in a towel, SlgnlO'ln They were In a slump at In Imc, but finally carnu back and wo ho bunting. FIRST AID to INJURED CARS NO KNOWLEDGE OF THIS Ottawa. Onl'., Sept.'. llio commons mcl, Hon. Frank Oliver, reading from nosspipcr report, ask- ed the government II Col. W. H. rill.'sald to be secretary ot the Cana- dian aviation fund and who was said lo be attempting to f6r purposes of aviation, se trllli Ihc .knowledge and approval of the government. Single machines, Mr Oliver said, cost ea'Ji. [n reply Sir George Foslcrvsald he had no Information on tho mBllcr fc.u would make Inquiry. Hlolor troublts, like lllncsa In beings, nro much more cisPy.cured In than It ullowed to go iinalUnilcd (o. At Iho first sign of trouble your car, let us loolt over. You cati bo sure our diag- nosis 'HI be correct, and tbo IreaTment wo prcscrlbo will effect a quick ami permanent BAALIM MbTOR CO. HOME OF_ THE CHEVROLET. BACK OF UNION 1ANPC HABRY; HOLMAM, Mgf, FOR SALE j H HEAD J Grade Bucks UNCOLN SHEiP 1IAKKY GOODWIX t. ALBJERTA .J1TJI ;