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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SF.PTEMBEH TUB T.ETI1RRIDGE DAILT HERALD' PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" Jy G. McManus Mystery FOR SPOUT FANS Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. Ne'-v York Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Chicago Hrooklyn lloston'.. Pittsburg Won by Unearned Runs. Boston. Sept. five un-earned runs In the second inn- ing ot today's game with .Boston, anil won by that iharglu 5 to 0. N'ew 12 1 000000COO-0: 1 2 AMERICAN Wuii. Lost Chicago M Boston S3 w 77 Jetroit W Cew York........''' CO Vashlngton......, 03 t. Louis......... 45 'hlladelniila 4S Toronto Providence HalllmoTC N'ewark Hochcater Montreal Hichmond. INTERNATIONAL 'Lost 02 CO Won 30 -S7 61 65 SO S3 Pet. .582 ,.602 .501 .036 .474 .44: .its .301 Newark 3, Providence 5. 'First 1, Rochester 5 Second 0, Kochcsler I. 02 C9 77 "S6 P.O. .CG2 .010 -.554 .407 .478 ..477 .359 .358 Pjtcher Hit Strong. Xew York, Sept. The hitting it Pitcher Maycs enabled "Boston lo vin the .second game ot its series roin New York here. .today, by icore. ol 0. to Mayea niade_ four First 1, Buffalo 7 Second 1, Buffalo I. Haltimore at Richmond, both games postponed rain. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 3, Columlius 4. Louisville 2, Milwaukee 0. St. 1. Indianapolis 0, Kansas Ely 3. ills" three-of tlieui driving in runs, n' i, 12, 2 New'York S 2 JIayes and "'and Leaders Won. Detroit, Scpl. liunchlng hits off .Mitchell today, Chicago won from Ilclroit 7 to 3, Kddie Collins': hitting and base running and Gaiidll's'' stick work vrere large factors In the vic- tory. Chicago Detroit 100 100 Clcotle und Scbalk; Mitchell Star.age. Good N'aylor; a re crult from tho New or tho Eastern League pitched Philadelphia lo'a'two to one Vic I Wash ngton today, in the second gamo of 12 0 6- 2 and CALGARY BOYS WILL MEET IN PRELIMINARIES Preliminaries for the Tall- Whiley bout aro being lined up and it has now been definitely decided lhat Young Miller and nilly Held Of Calgary will ap- near-in tho seml-wlndup. Cal- gary fans -have been talking tor a long lime about seeing these two boys In ncllon, but they have never yet done so. Lothbridjo win have thn plea- sure of this opportunity for the velslit champion, here last night o ivliDther a knockout! over the Brooklyn boxer.' Tiiose pres- ent at (he exhibition were in the main convinced that nioonvhad hccu knock- ed out. Physician's attending tho in- jured boxer, however, gave out state- ments that a lone in Bloom's right ankle had buim fractiired, don't wonder t Any longer f That Maggie i Put n crimp i Tn Jigg's visits To DInty Moore's. PROHIBIT STEEL EXPORT OUtuva, Sept. order-in-coun- cll has been passed under the, War Measures Act prohibiting the exporta- tion of steel rails from Canada abroad to countries other than Ihe United Kingdom, British possessions and pro- tectorates. VESSEL ON FIRE A South American Atlantic Port, Kept. Brillsh steamship of GOO toils gross, bound from an Ameri- ca 11 port for South Africa; put into Ibis harbor today with a firo In her coal bunkers which endangered tho lives of Ilifi passengers and crew.-Am- ong the 51 first cabin, passengers aro many American missionaries. All arc sate. i.., i. "Leaving hore Saturday night, be tiicru Monday morning. 'KliV: WJiitcy In nnc shape. Will make Tall step faster Mian he has ever stepped.1' --Dave, manager. f That's Iho message ,thd local pro- moters of tho TaU-Whllpy matcli text Thursday this from Whltey'B rhaniiKer In Winnipeg v-EvK denlly Whltey out afler': tho'cham- pionshlp onshlp bfi On Monda wllh both' nilllB: c day evening, for Uio benefit 1 of tbe fans who want to look blm over, Tail will work out In public In Iho, Majestic theatre. A smoker Is being arranged for tbe occasion, an TatL will lake on three or four goo local boys. U Is also possible tha1 Johnny O'Leary may go for a couplo ot rounds to givo Tall a chance to aomo of his science. Thn fans of tho city are Invited' to see Ihe Ed iiipfiton; boy work. On Tuesday even tag H IB expected; lhat Whltcy wll display bis warea. at'tbe same place A bo xoade to de expenses. THE KIND YOU WANT In our extensive stock you will find the brand you came for WHETHER IT IS LUBRICAT- ING OIL OR GREASE, TIRES, TOOLS OR ANY OTHER I! AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORY, STANDARD, TRADE-IHAHKED .GOODS WHICH USAGE HAS PROVED THE BEST IN THEIR LINE ARE ALL ON OUR SHELVES. KEEP US IN MIND, BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE1 CHEVROLET BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgf. FARM Plionc or Beas- Icy 'Eniployiuciifc Agency for Yoiip Farm Labor We have a large good rrien arriving nvery day. We have on our lists a num- ber of good cooks, mate and fe- male, also separator rnen and nmeers, both gas and steam with( good papers. J We can also ptece 23 bundle teams at attractive figures. FREE GOVERNMENT EMPLOYMENT BUREAU MR. WEIR, of the Department of Agriculture tit Edmonton 1 opened an office (n .tho Board of Trade Building, for the dfstrl- buitlon of labor In Southern Alberta, J- Farmers requiring j men In of work get together by seeing Lament, Calf, write or phone, s, i BOARD OF TEADE BUILDING ;