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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page srx THK LKlIiHHllXUC daily herald FRIDAY. SKPTBMBUR 6. 1018 'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus'V - im," TYLER AND BUSH 1 PROBABLY RIVAL ! PITGHERS TODAY Tubs Characterize Ruth's Performance Yesterday as a Fluke YEARS TO BECOME A CHAMPION fan* tc- *un uvti.> s iMHt'.'-: Neit'.i.-r | manager would make known his ii.-Ht- lor is km.v.n, i i . -.v� \ t >,- r.i MitcUvli's favorite and "Hulle"" Jo-' iiu.-h went to the ir,:!! pea ^. vv ral tunes y believed here that whoever is chosen to hurl this afternoon. Un*h will ho iu the li:ic-iip de.-pite his failure in hit y.-sten!ay The bait ins: order, subjec usual eleventh hour chang-follows: Boston - Hooper rf. Sli Strttnk of. Kit'h If. Mclnnis o the va ws for tin1 1 i':h.;e compi urhig ! .1. 1'..' ay-.\i retired, iti a unit de-sor as tilt' W :n 'W. IV I., liar.ii- Re, Chicago, s.'-.'.-. S'\x one game i:i the lead as th suit of their victory yesterday, winners of the National and A:n� League championships faced other again today of the last world's during the war. Manager Mitchell of the the players tin-avselves wore cor.fi-dent that tho American leagao champions, would not he able to repeat a train this afternoon. They characterized yesterday's performance of Bahe Huth as a fluke." Ruth's butting had been counted on as a tact for the Red Sox. but his pUrhhig anility iscnunti'd \ re-the can ach the second game rios to he played Cubs ami ? -Thick Paskert ;i Ruth hey. ! otit the Uange r. Tyier. for th--- Cubs and Bus the Ked Sox. were picked by They fiitireri th.at the ov..-r V.Vdnrts.lay �ook y e s tni a y'.s attendance up at ihe ticket -.vir.il.iv Kame was ta!ii-n to ind receipt, today and possibly crowd tomorrow. Kair and weather vens p,-ndi'",ed. postponetnent | the ed^e off ind a hie line-' fn':low!:;c th.e � ate increased record warmer vs. G. it. I'. local support peculiar style i easy for the 1 tho contrary, howeve- ' 10 locals puzzled through- 1 and at no time was he in ] LESS THAN New V, 10X00 GO TO li. TU.-::r.er is much less than used to attend a sintrl" jr.itne at the Polo Grounds or: the same da'o a few years a?o. provided the weather was as pleasant as it was on that date. These figures prove more than anything ebe that interest in the canto is practically dead. True enough, thor" was only one game played in the American League, but that game was. between the two warmest contenders of th.e American League pennant, and was one of the �'crucial" games of the year. It alone drew nearly twice as many spectators as all the National League clubs, which meant; all the other games played combiner!. Here are the estimated figures: American League Cleveland at lioston, . National League New- York at Pittsburg, ' Brooklyn at Cincinnati, S Boston at Chicago. ",5'i. Philadelphia at St. Louts. Total attendance, h.S2,i. Iclff v' H .1 > (. I! Utile 'k \li,;c Donovan just seven i rise from oiisi urity to nink-tiie acknowledged middle-champion of the world, says ('orbett. When lieorgo Roe-T '�, the pugilistic fan ire.l 1'onovan his su f middloweights. I'enov.m's success as a fighter fuigh th.e seven years previous had on piienoir.enai. He fought every > who dared to face him, and ho lipped each one doc':-tve!:.\ l'-:i)v..:i never i|u:bb'.e,l over pettitm' a for ten. twentv or fifty .'.mils. tieut.- were rather sc.wee in '.ays. and Mike uat.t'd action � villi lie have go! it it vii particular, if he all his own way. loved the fighting game so that he would have battled '.. ek in the year if ho had ft'.'rd"d the chance. Met Toughest Men. hi.mpion. .Mike was called up- STRANGE BALL IE IS BASEBALL STARS ��a he had I friend wanted .'tilth rl. vs. : i.-i'.cr vs. U'addiiigtnn '.' H. Harma K. ('. a ii pt. . Bawd en W. A. 11. Corq O. C. Oeaper 22, vs. [f. .Macbeth _'o. GAME WILL SURVIVE M ranee p.av.-: iias.-iiall gau:-', i-'rance.' \V s . ; -~ih A . lies.-: the Kitropean edit ; Herald as follow | The t-aine op. � in the stick and I Cigar was in ' h-' smoke, llni'ii phi s competed in a "somewhere in \kers, of Mattery C ':bes the contest in ton of the Now York ietl with .Molasses 1 Smallpox catching. \ bux with plentj of i , ,d first has , with Palace Garage SECOND HAND CARS SALE FOR OPEN DAY AND NIGHT W. S. Cook 308 Second Ave, E .E. Peck S.-Phone 665 ,100. While bAseball magnate? contem-; plate their dwindling coffers ami I with the 1st of September in mind, | look with apprehension toward the , future, Connie Hack sees no cause for ' alarm. I Mack's conclusions may he summed i up as follows: I First - I'tiiess tlio war continues will feel no per- Kiddie on ? Corn and . after. Ills next, of ip, Kitchener. Oat. kin I he �olv- Pte, irtlv (J. A. Phil- [t'.vu years, baseball j inauent ill-effect. 1 Second-There will be no break In the relations between tho American ! ar.d National Leagues. ! Third-Tin- i eeming unpleasanf-,ne s developed -it Cleve'aml will he 'forgotten and Han .lohason's, prestige will re:::;:!!; Ulllmp'.li'ed. I-'ourth - No rciirganh'.atioti of the � National Commission with a view to '�� tiie idiin'nation of  larr ! (�oireo:jt!:i:,.d. j Fifth- will � or.: An." not nciui Perm roldh ! ha. rs and eball to Mil-die J AUTO TIRES OF ALL SIZES VULCANIZED By the Famous Haywood System RE-TREADING & REPAIRING By Experienced Workmen. All work guaranteed. Special Equipment for Him Cut Repairs. R. D. RITCHIE 208 1 3th St. S. Opp. Ellison Mills HERE THEY ARE THE Miller Geared-to-the-Road Tire peoph' Hand built by experts for particular UNIFORM IN QUALITY. REASONABLE IN PRICE. The Ford sizes are here, ami the others are coining. Get yours today. BIJOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. _ "THE MOUSE OF SHRVICE" Hisctts.-'ing baseball, .Mack said: "VYhe'kcr ha �eball will suffer permanently as a result of the war depends upon the war's duration. Tnless it lasts several years baseball will retain its popularity. Of course, the gates, wm be closed i-.exi year, it would be foolish to attempt to Keep the game going with men outside the draft limits. "When the war is over, the greatest reaction in the history of the game, will result. The sport, (antioi be forgotten when it is being played in every post, camp and cantonment in the 1'nltod States and overseas." "There is not the slightest chance that the American League will drop Uaii Johnson or limit his powera. I i believe u majority of Ihose who at- ( tended the Cleveland meeting which voted down Johnson's proposal to end tile sea,on Aug. ihi favored Han's plan. "There were many who agreed with we that it would be hotter to complete t.hc World's Scries prior lei Sept. l. Put when we learned that \ tin: club owners having chances to; compete in the World's Series were xiitbi'cd io keep on playing until Hop!. 1 and take a i hance on tin: big games being .-topped by the War Department, that let us out. \\'ri were satisfied il they were. However, a Jorily of us, today believe Johnson right." , Hear Iniu ft. Cobb suou. game. Cabbage had a good head and kept itttiet and (Irasn covered lots of ground in the fi"ld. Tho crowd cheered when Spider caught a fly. Song made a hit and Wheel heat out ;i slow roller to first and Drum beat it to third while Twenty scored. Wood caught Nail's drive through the ho", and Submarine made a dive for home. I'.re.itl loafed on second and was put out by Organ, who played a fast game, randle Wi-'.s put out land String. thM the score. Rubber j was out stretching a single and Stove I got hot when Coal was put in to warm Herrmann is | ,-niw, prim,- sacrificed Man and Kaiser wei.t out. Pray to (jott. Hayo-nei sobbed ll imlenburg's drive (through loft lejiire. Then Wilson, after watrljrnl '�',':;:'i�g, smashed Submarine's fast one and sent several men across. Shrapnel dropped Aeroplane's fly and Hospital was safe at home. Cermany put War on to run for Years, hut was caught napping by I-'rance and Peace scored on Allies' sacrifice to freedom. Herlin kicked on the World's decision at first, but stayed in the game and Sammle eamo home when "C" Hitt-lory grounded out. In the fifth Wind began to blow what he could do and Hammer began to knock and the TreeH began to leave. The way they roasted Peanut..; was frightful. Ship hit a liner to left nml Adding Machine errored on Crank's sliort punch. Then Whiskey got a pass and tho bases were full. Chicken fouled out to Roost, land Knife was out cutting first. Ten ( Pin i up, but went out. by tho strike route. In (lie seventh, with threo halls on Jew, he hit oui to Lunch. Potato had a good ey. and waited while Thief stoic second. .Match came up striking for Light, hut wr.s out and (hue closed the inning with three .-.wing s. In the ninth Apple, told Kiddle to take first base, then Hong made a second hit. Trombone made a slide for third ami Moat was put out on the plate. Lightning finished pitching and struck lint one man. There was lots of betting on the game, hut Soap cleaned tip. Tho score was 2;i to ii, and Door said if he had pitched ho would have shut them oub on to fight all the toughest men in his divi.ainu-iiiui out of it. And Mike did. 11c was a real champion, lie accorded to every man who challenged him the chance for battle. Hut as Mike's success continued, the men who wanted to risk the chance of taking a beating from him became fewer and fewer. Goes Into Retirement. And at last, in 1 ss". having no more worlds to conquer. Mike laid aside the crown that he had worn so gracefully during ail the years of iiis reign and went into retirement. It was three years before Mike troll recently. Cobb did not put In an appearance until the team was out in tile field to start tho game. Centre field was vacant. Just as tho lirst Yankee was about lo take hi:.; turn at bat, Cobb emerged from I bo clubhouse and sauntered out to his position. "The start of the game was delayed until a few fly balls had been batted out to li I in. There was a crowd of 1...uuu people out to see the game. It was a Sunday afternoon. "Would any other manager stand for any such goiugoti? "Surely John J. McOraw would not - no. not if iiis team would be dls-rnpled. it would be a case of Cobb or Mcdraw going cut. I am willing to wager it would not bo Mcdraw." GREAT WASTE OF .- The London Trades through officers Loudon. Out . Sept. ami Labor council of members of a comniittije of appointed to inquire Into the question, will demand a Dominion investigation into the discovery of twenty thousand dozen of eggs deposited in fields southeast of the city limits. The labor officials claim tlie eggs deteriorated while n old storage in this city and assort that they were nun-opt i-ly e.irrieil to the field In which ;,;�� being used for fertilizer. held they ! iO'.l" they IN WINNIPEG NEXT Montreal, Sept. fl- -Tim Canadian P.ar Association in annual convention here at the Uit/.-Cariton Hotel, at its session this morning decided to hold the convention of l'.'pi in Winnipeg. NORWEGIAN LOSSES. London. Sept. (>......Norway lost thirteen vessels aggregating 22,117(1 tons through war causes in the mouth, of August, aeording to an announcement made today at Ihe Norwegian legation hero. Tivo Norwegian, sailors lost their lives. Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. Storage. Accessorial, Batteries. Phone 1023 324 11th Street South, Lethhrldge, Alta. W. H. Dowllng ma-was HUNT FOR DRAFT EVADERS HAS SLOWED DOWN New York, Sept. fi.-The hunt for draft slackers slowed down hore today, the third day of tho government search in this city for evadors of army service. About H.OOu suspects were rounded up during tho night. The total number of men examined since the round up began is estimated iit about in tho Metropolitan district, but the exact number of those proved to be delinquents was nol heavy. SHOULD BE SAFE NOW Washington, Sept. a.-MnnibeiH of all military commissions and civil com missions who recently left Run-sin on a Hpechil train have arrived safely in Finland and should have arrived yesterday at llapiiranda. This word came today from Consul llaynes at Jlelslngfors. The train curried about IfiO pewons Including some ;io Italian* and 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 ONES SOLD. RECHARGED, OLD ONES REBUILT ANO NEW E. AINSW0RTH, Manager Equip your Car with New Tires and Tubes for that Week-end Trip We Carry All Makes and Sizes. Baalim Motor Company i Back of Union Bank THROW YOUR OLD TIRES LND TUBES I.OX IN OUR RED CR038 ;