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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LKTIinniDGR DAli.Y HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER II. 1018 Boston Wins Championship Through an Error by Flack Boston. ^lass . Sept 11 - Tito Vos-, ion Red Sox an* "he muit'.-^oniial �world series olianipions of lS*1 s. Tlv> defeated the Cltioago Cub- by .) s,o:e of 2 to 1. in a hotly cnnte-te.i .same, which ira? replete with, fine fiehllns Vluj'St. l-'lack's ener in the third eras i'rt the Niitinuu) hugne en.mipieui:* from tho world series picture, the l.isi to be shown on the 'e-ii.-*ofuil screen until the p-ear war is over. Mays' underhand delivery held the Cubs helpless thvourthout. . Vhonia* and Wliiie-inan made bright; play*. First Inning Ohieaco---Thomas t>�k 1'I.icVs hop-per and got his man easily at first Mays' unde-rhanii bill ��- kept .-'.i,.-around the batter's 'Knees Sh-an tossed out Holiooher. Scott sot Mann at first. No runs, tin hit?. m> etrors Boston - Uolloeher matte a n.ce play of Hooper's grounder and threw hitn on'.. Pheau was a stride on! victim, lloiloche- made a fine try for S'runk's Texas leaguer, but it c. ; away from him and the official > or r Save hiai X hit. Tyler Itnld Strunk closely pinned Claan to handle. Sold by all Dru *� giat*, Grocer* and General Store* to fir?- 'ease. sen: a lonn ': fly to P.isk�-rt  No nins. one lv.t. no' errors Second Inning fhii'apo Shean threw out l'askeii. i Merkle was Umnv.i out at first. Pick : sinftle-.i into left field. Pick was i aujtht ; off first Imse t,> a quick lit row, Muy> to Melnins No t m\�, t�n !i:i. no er- ' HI f- Boston Tyler os- .,) out Mclune-T>!or jImi to.-sed oti: Scott Thoina> walked iio''.c,!ur took S. harm's itrotisnlef and toss,-,! to P;> too iate. Imt Tlton-a-. m er.-lai b.ii; and \\.' a; ;l.--d on- : i White, num. Kilitt'er \\ athrown out. See;-io Melnnes Tyi->r wetr out by the. same roti'e No fur.-., no errors, no hits Bostea Ma>- �a'.k"d on fou; straUe.t ball-, Hoop--;- -acrtficed. 'I'.' ler to Mnrkle, May- stoiui; to -'Vim i tshean walked S'rnnk was thrown o'.it by Pick. ,M.!>s cotim to third ami Shean to s>>, mid .May.- and Sin an scored when Kiack iroptted White-man's hot liner. Mclnnes tot an in-field !;it and w!:en Whiteiuan tried for 'bird, he was thrown out. the pt;;v borne Hoiiocite- ,, MerUle ti d-al Tv.,> runs, otie hit. one cyo;- Fourth Inning ("hicafio r-'laok stncle.l �>\ -.'com'.. Uolloeher went ou' to M.dunes, un.i-isted. Kiack itninc to . a', was only aide to knock i down. Thomas sacrificed. Kdlifer to Pick. Sohang w-ttlked. Tyler pitched nothing but wide ones to him. Mays beat out on infield hit toward third. Ho cauptht Ileal (latfooted by hunting. Scott was forced at the plate on Hooper's grounder to Merkle. who threw to Kiltifer SYhatis went lo third and Mays lo second on tho play. Heal knocked down Shoaii's seeming!: sate hit and touched third, forcing Mays, No nuts, two hits, no errors. Fifth Inning Chicago Mays tossed out Heal K.l lifer also was thrown out by Mays. Shenn threw out Tyler. No runs, no hits, no errors. Boston Strunk flew out to Mann. Uolloeher threw out Wiiileuian. Mclnnes beat out an infield hit which Tyler knocked down. The official scorer sa\e Tyler an error instead of Mela ins a hit. S'cott flew out to l-'hu k No runs, no hits, one error Sixth Inning i"nieaco- Kiack walked. Mays lost control of his submarine delivery momentarily. Mi lnnes took Hollocher's grounder and threw to Scott, forcing VTack. Maun forced Uolloeher. Mais to Shean. Maun went out stealing. ALLIES FACE NEW E SHOOTS WOMAN, THEN SUICIDES Sciiaug to Shean. no errors. Boston Paskert took pack of the middle bag, ed .Mays sent up a hi: kort Schang wepr cut No run", no hits. Thomas' fly Sehaug walk-:h fly to Pa--stealing. Kil- ''^SatiB The Universal Car There a'e mo'- than two nr.Iliot, and a omr'er Tord ears In scrvlci- today Prai-tlcaliy one-half of all the cars on i'anadian high ways an- Korti �-ars. The Kord is the lixh'est for its power made and liclt'Css Is at! absohfo �$s�ntiat for w uiotny m injir.tetuvtf.'o and for ctrif,;: in rid'Jtg It u. �pa. ':. P puts irjote ;l,-e surfr.i>> CTt M;.> sTDUud per jiutitid of car tii,n -.�n.'-otfcor. Attd its ll�htr.s .T.immlztR th� cost of upte.>t> by nt.iui ills* �b- and tear on th" ttres by Kivinx mote niib-n^f. per Rallon o' gH-oline and bv tcsscniCK th* 'ram and stress upon car itsef. Tiro. f>>� l-'on' . �; , .iaitMra�lv- = y j;iexi�:�tiv. bacau-o large one.  ro ii')*. r�j-4tilrc-i -*:iJ they elve n.aiituttt:: s-rvi.-o hecaus" the car 1: i . >'c,.-c cwters h.t"'- a mintm'im ot tir- trouble- and iKiier 'spetisi'M--urji! Iha*'-' a b'.R factor '> �t of matu'.factitfv r.nti dtstrlbuting to a mintHiutti. Th�t� is en-outitandlUK -r.-.sou why '.h>- Kor-1 car so far outsells all otters.. It U a bettur car. Ford Garage C. C-. McGREERV, Manager H. e. M El BACH, Proprietor lifer to Pick. No runs, no hits, no errors. Seventh Inning t'hieago: Mays threw out Paskc:'. a' first Tuonans robbed Merkle of a hit. ttoing down back o'' the bag and making a wonderful stop and equally wonderful throw to first. Mays tossed ou: Pick. No runs; no hits; no errors. Boston: M-rkle took Hooper's grounder and touched fir.-t. Il-al threw out Sh' Parrel! sent a high fly to Scott. Me-t'abe batted for Tyler. Whitemau was withdrawn at this poiitf and Hutu was sent to left field for Boston Whiteiuan hurt his neck in making the catch of Barber'- drive. Mi t'ahe fouled out to Scott. No runs; no hits; no errors. Boston: Itcndrix and O'Farre! be came the battery for t'hieago and /adder -.vent to third base in place of P".il. ''lew out to Mann. Sco't lifted to Paskert. Thomas fl"�' Paskert No runs:no Irts: "lit error? Ninth Inning 'Tiicago: Pluck fouled to Hollui'liHi- up. Uolloeher lli Bulk Mann up. Shean threw a- first. No runs; no hits; Final Score no Thomas. 1 out to mt Mann no errors. R. H. E. I'll, cage Bo-tull 1 MILK RIVE It So vera I Lines of Offence Made Hy Huns Must He Penetrated With the American Army in Piattce. Sept. 11. The vapidity of the spien did operation that wrested the tntla-ii\o of the battle from the C.ermans and drove them behind their defensive lines of P.'IT to n euporate their forces and reconstitute their shut teed divisions, is no longer the proper basis for calculating the spend o' progress. The allies arc now in front of obstacles that do not appear on ordinary ninns, by which the general reader follows changes of the battle front. No maps show them in all their d� tails. - but enough is known of them to reconstitute them in a general way, Hindenburg Line First is the Hindenburg line sys-em of field fortifvations, which the liernmns built by 'no forced labor of prisoners of war and French and Belgian civilians, it runs from l.ens southeastward to the A'sue. north of Kheims. by way of Queant. St. Queu-tin. I.a Fere mid the St. tlobuiti forest. It consists of an elaborate system of trenches, multiple lines of barbed wire eutai'.gleincn'- � oncrete positions tor artillery, block houses fur machine guns, shelters for the infantry and is further protected by flooded stretches of country, whore the means were available for that purpose. The second line of defense runs from the fortres> of l.ille to the stronghold of Me'... generally parallel witli the Hindenburg line, to the legion north of P.lieims. and at. il't;-lances varying from seven n, t.venty milos. From Sotssous. north of Kheims. it runs southeastward, joining the old front near Verdun, going from there to the Mostd vv,'V south of Metz. There arc secondary lines at-turned to this sys'etu, notably along the fcJsennt river, from t'amhrai north between 'he valleys of the Oise and the Serre and northeast'.vard ro;n l.a Fere along the Stil; p  river, north of Kheims. A 'bird line runs from the Searpe river south uf Lille, to the Me use. , near Sedan, then southeastward to tin' iron region of 'he hasdi of the Briey. which it prole, t- from the wes; anil the south and joining the second 1 I'tte at the Moselle. There are secondary defense works to this liii" also in the region of Yorvitis. A fourth line as yet uncompleted is intended to furnish a further defense ' h'-tweeii the K-ieaut. near th" Belgian i frontier, and 'he .Mouse at Glvat. Calgi'ry, Sept. ii.-Because Bessie Muuroc, aged -11. did mil reciprocate : his affection for her. .lack I.Ivlngstone, ! ati employee of the I'uion Milk com-! puny, shot and fatally wounded Hie j girl in front of her home on Fifth '. avenue, easi. at noon today. Living-' stone then turned the revolver on him I self and committed suicide. The Man roe girl died in the hospital an hour after the shooting. ll is said a iiuarvel preceded the murder and suicide and Livingstone's victim attracted the attention of a neighbor, hut the fatal shot was fired before he could get to her assistance. BIG RUSH FOR BELAND TICKETS! CHEVROLET Canada's Popular Car \\ K [: (�' 1 N V. D AND IMl'ROVfiO j New Scries " Four-Ninely" '. ever doc* tar '.cv Clhcvrtdcl "lour-Niiiftij'* cmbodn tlutl ip.diti; of "."ikniftnBliip ftnd rtti.icr.cij in nervkr u-liich is ckrtr/i---tt oitic oi Motlcl tlcnlris pkovrnnins nt utK'c, flicn: h ft llucfllfdfd ftlieHnjtc of cnr� .'IcikI ter (Icsvfiplion nud ".pcc-itKiitrijtu. I Hundreds nre rushing to purchase tickets for the Dr. Belaud lecture nt Wesley church on Friday evening. There nre only n limited number, and those who have not yet secured their tickets had better do so at once. Officials of the Rotary club have them for sale. Lethbridge has an unique opportunity in hearing Dr. Belaud, who .1 former Canadian cabinet minister, was a prisoner of the Huns for four years, and who, with his oratorical pov/ers, tells a wonderful story. OiivRour Motor Co. c/C'smia, DEBS DEFENCE HAS NO EVIDENCE Cleveland. (P. Sept. ll.-^Tlie do-feiise in the Debs trinl today annoittu'-cd that it would go before the jury on the evidence presented by the government, introducing no testimony of its own. Hobs will address the jury in his own behalf. The defense announcement was made whmt the government witnesses were heard. W xfour Baalim Motor Co. BACK OF UNION BANK AUCTION SALE OF. farm Stock and Implement* AT 0. H. BENSON'S FARM Three Miles North of Commerce and Nine Miles East of Nobleford, Section 36-10-22 On Friday, Sept. 13 AT ONF O'CLOCK SHARP EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE AS THE PROPRIETOR HAS RENTED HIS FARM. IMPLEMENTS 1 John Deere blndur, * ft,; 1 Deerlnn "ingle disc drill. 12 dlao; 1 Cockahutf �!n(*l� i\Uc drill; 1 4-aeetion Iron harrow; 1 Mib-ioll packer; 1 llMt cultivator; 1 De.-rltiK mower; I McCormtcl; mower; 1 hay rake; I doubla disc harrow ; 1 heavy demoi rat hiiKKy ; I lhuer nun KaiiK pU>n; 1 John Deere sitlky^ plow; ! ton scale; 1 whuol scraper; 1 p��r bob uleighs; 1 single"buggy with polo and shafts; 1 blackimith outfit; 1 d horse-power aUitionary onglnc; 1 feed grlndor. :t rollers; 1 garden cultivator anil seeder; 1 wagon and HO liunhel grain tank, new; 1 truck gear; -1 wagons; �"> nets double work harness; '1 single harnuiups!, 'i ga� dntius; 1 bicycle; bedf, Hlirlngs and bedding; 1 Ma.'.iiet cream se!>r.rator and other ariiulos. ti gelding. 7 rears; 1 black mare colt at side, s years; 1 sturrol KeidiiiK. ; years; 1 bay stallion, 7 >uars: 1 bay 8el