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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1017 -THE LETHBR1DGE DAILI UKRAU> PAGRTHREB BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McManus WEY GIVE GREAIBA11LE Hns Met Many Good Eastern Only Nineteen Years Old Baseball NATIONAL Lost. Kow York S3 Philadelphia..... 7r, St. l.ouls......... Cincinnati ns Cliicago........ Uroofclyn lloslon.......... Pittsburc P.C. .C34 .557 IS 6S C2 cc S2 .333 AMERICAN Won. Lost. Chicago......... ai Boston......... .533 i Cleveland....... nc'.rclt........ cs New York WsshlnglOQ St. Louis Philadelphia 47 51 61 C'1U norer nfTit bero again." One Per Cent, ol Receipts of World'i Ccnteiis Will Be Donated. New York, Sept. The. coming world's aeries is expected In add ma- terially lo ll-.c fund tiolfig collected by Clark Orlffllh for Ihe piirchaia ol base- balls, ball and olher playing para' phernalla lor the American Iroops 1n Kurone. Charles A. Comlskey and Harry II. FriMe, presldcnl ol the Ciiicago snd Boston clubs, respectively; H. N. HompsleBd, president 61 Iho New York nnd the. National com- mission, hivo "II lo donate 1 per cent, ot their share of re- celptt and the playtt's of the compel- Springs lor Irealmenl Ihere Entire Syttem Tainted Caddock's syfilera has become so by Ihe poison from his lonall p.nd-leeth lhal ho finds II Imposslbl to gain a pound, but on Ihe othe hand qnlle rr.pldly-ioscs weight, whlc ho on nol regain. 11 Is said he his hecfime so run down It would be folly for him to allcmpt n match wllh a formidable opponent. It'Is honed, however, In Die Tad- dock camp that llio bnlha and treat- ment at Thermopolls will bring about the desired rcsull and thai the cham- pion will recall his strength. How long" Ihls will lake, though, Is prob- lematical, and It Is believed It will be well Inlo Ihe winter before Earl will dare, altcmpt a championship malcb. In our extensive stock you will find the brand gou came for SUW.IES cep a ln( learns will receive an opportunity to conlrlbulo i similar ol Ihelr division ot Ihe. workl'l series money. Arrangeirtcnls have been made whereby Orlffilh, aided by hoy scoiils, will be permlllfd lo collect such con- Irlbnl'loni as spcclators may desire lo make ilUrlni the fl fit In PLAYS SOLITAIRE 20 YEARS Decatur, 111., Sept. Charles I! Conklln, veteran Wabash conductor, latt week completed playing eimes ol Cannclil solitaire. He has been pbylng for the Insl 50 years and kepi a record ot every game. Darlns ill lhat lime ho had only one so lhat be nnfubcd wi'h all and In .consecullvo order, (.'unklld Is a bncliclor, WHETHER IT IS LUBRICAT- INQ OIL OH GREASE, TIRES, TOOLS OR ANY OTHER AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORY. STANDARD, TflADE-MARKED GOODS WHICH USAGE HAS PROVED'THE SEST. IN THEIR LINE ABE ALL ON OUR SHELVES. KEEP US IN MIND, 1 BAALIM MOTOk CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLCT BACK OF UNION iANK HARRY ;