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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TllimSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1917 THE LETlHlRroGE DAILf HERALD PACK "BRINGING UP FATHER G, Me Man us tONC ONE iOME TOOW WXO TH" T IN THE RIVER THrt> wwe eeew SEHO OVER JK CMC WHAT RWER? PLACE -DOHT COhE OP OHTIL FIND H TO KNOW EH? TAKE IT AWW-I OfiKT YOU'DOViTH IT SPORTS NATIONAL New. York Philadelphia Cincinnati SI. Louis ChlcaKO Brooklyn Hosloil rlttsburg Giants Defeated Cliicaeo, Sepl. York closed Its Nr.llonal league season.In Chicago today 'wltii' a -I to 3 defeat at the hands of llio'locals. New 8 1 .7 2 Sallec, Anderson and Harlllen; Vaughn anil Klllotl. Broke Even Pittsburg, Sopt: ami Boston broke uven In today's duoble- the home learn taking the first, 2 to 1, and Boston the second 6 lo 4.- In the first game, Barnes held rlllsburg lo one hll.up to the ninth inning, when Iho-first five men up all singled, scoring two runs and .winning AMERICAN IHEYI OFF! 3.OOO.OOO Davis Cigars made each month are WHY? Chicago Boston Cleveland OelroIL New York St. Louis I'hllaclelphia Won. IJo.il- P.C. 55 48 .600 S5 55 .007 SI 62 .566 73 72 .600 05 67 CO 45 45 81 .80 .465 .357 .355 0 9 S and S 0 c 3 Barnes nnd Tragcssor; Jacobs ana Fischer. j Second 12 2 Pltlslmrc 10 I Allen and Tragcssor; Jacobs and Schmidt. Ilrooklyn at St. Louis postponed on account of rain. ASSOCIATION Flrsl 10, Toledo 7. Second 4, Tol- Milwaukee 11, Indianapolis 4. Ktlnsas City 4, 2. Columbus 5, St. Paul 8.' ARMY MEDICAL CORPS We wish lo Inform young men who aro desirous of Joining Ihe nmiy before conscription is 1'Ul Into force Ihat the army medical corps Is still recrull- Ing men for overseas service and the present may probably be Ihe last op- pbrlunlly they will havo of joining this unit. Under conscription It seems likely Ural there will bo no choice as lo the branch ot, the army hi which a man will serve, we would urge eligible men to take ad- ranlage ol this privilege before II Is too. late. We realize, that thero mas- bo some who are under the Impression lhal voluntary'elllstmenl Is already 1 at nn end, and we wish to corrccl any misapprehension there may bo In this regard. By application to Recruiting HeadtiuartcM, A.M.C. Training Depot, No. 13, Sarcee Camp, Alberta, full In formation can be Detroit Got Beth. Boston, Sept. took both games from Dcston today, the Ilrst, 5 lo 2 nnd'Uie second 1 to 0, Boston made eight errors In the opener be- hind Shore, whose pitching ei cellent. Dctf oil Bim 000 400 4 Boston James and Shore Cady. Second Detroit .....OiOOOOOWK-1 4 0 Boston 000 3 0 Dauss and Stanane; Maya and Ag- new. Held New Sept. held New York lo.oae hit, a single by Malscl hero today end Cleveland won another victory Ihe-Bcoro being 010000010-3 7 3 New York 1 1 Coveleskle and O'NclH; Love and Nunamaker. Win. Washington, Sept. defeated St. Louis 6'lo.4 today Ihe second game of the aeries. SI 7 1 Washington '..llOlJOlOi-6 12 2 Groom and Severqld; JohuBOi) and Alnsmllh. Wild Throw. Philadelphia, Sept. wild throw by Lelbold-w.lth.lwp.raen out In the ninth Inning and the score tied cave Philadelphia the victory 2 lo .1 over Chicago today. Chicago .000 000 4 2 Philadelphia 5 1 Clcolle and Schalk; Johnsoa and Big Race Malinec at Henderson Park This Afternoon Will Be Largely Attended Oh, for a grandslaml seal al Hen- derson Park fair grounds this' after- noon when Ilud.-Baldy and Grey Dick light il out for the supremacy among Ihe nuarter mllcrs'of Southern Al- berla! The''sporl page goes'to press at roon for the noon edition and at that lime a large crowd ot followers of Ihe ponies. and backers o[ I.cavllt and Lund v.-ere in from Cardslon and Ray- mc.r.d, ready to rool their heads oil for the horses representing their particu- lar burgs'. And Bob Beam's supporl- era weren't lelling any grass grow un- der llieir pedal eitremllies. Southern money was being covered ID large gobs. The track 1a In fine shape atler Ihe recent rains, havluK a hard bottom, but a good dusl mulch. Grey Dick and Baldy travelled the Quarter In 24 at Cardston. They should lower that lime this Both Tail and Whiley Express Confidence as to the Out- come of the Fray CrMWDS FROM OUTSIDE Because -we lure made good cigua for orer 71 yetni tn6 of smokers will smoke no other. So sure are we of the quality of DAVIS' Cigars that we gotnirtee our merchandise to the dealers, on the money-back principle. The word "DAVIS" on a band 01 box of cigan to guarantee of the finest quality at the price paid. When you want a DAVIS cigar, see that you frt one 9. DAV18 A 9ON9 LIMITED, Cold to be a diplomat. A Chicago.. newspaper man who New York, Sept. Franalln Baker announced today that he had retired from orgaulied baseball. He reported at tlie Polo Grounds on Tuesday prepared to play but was told that snspeniton will remain In ef- fect until tie1 end of the aeason. He has taken this as Ihe club's final an- swer and la preparing to lMTe 'or hlB home at Trappe, Md. Baker's con- tract, which for clow to his another year lo nn. This Time We Have Three Used Cars To Offer One It another CHEVROLET TOURINO CAR, ind the eltitrm ire K MAXWELL TOURING CAR CLCIN ROAMTIft, All hundred ftr cent, at the prlrti It price you wiot, Bijou Pwlotpr Parlors The school sports day promises lo bo one of the bcsl thai has been held lor some years. On enquiring al one or two of Ihe schools today 11 waa found thai Fleetwood school boys were practising until sli-thlrty, nlghl before last. Tho Central school boys were out practising at eight morning nnd are also going oul to Ihe Irack lonlght at four. The hoys ot Westminster aro also working hard and although little Is known about them II Is said thal-they are working wllli there "might. Tho boy: of tin High School are practising by them- selves every morning arid night. There are over nix hoys working hard for (he. Hbzb School championship and'every, one of get It. Many ol Ihe public school gtrli are adopting the school ctMtime of Bloomers and middy ,as ed-by the Instrnclorr are lolng a.loi of pracllslng'on (lie', aide and a very- Inleresllng contest .Is ex- pected between the.dltferett schools. The High School glrli are entering the sports more than ever Info year. It wn thought beil lo have Ue sports on n holiday this year in order fo show the parents (he pupils ire doing In the sport line, -The- princip- als and Initmctor would like the par- ents to keep October the 8th. open lo- go and see Lhe school board IIBB given-Oie sum to go towards prizes.' "It will itill be Clonie Tait, champion, after the. bout tonight. I am not worrying. Of course I recognte in ,Whitey one of the fastest I have met yet, but 1 don't Ih'ink'he will be able to stand the pace I can let for ten opinion on tonight's boiit, expressed ihls morning. know I'm-meeting the cham- pion, but the champion will know he has In mil] before the final gong tonight. Tin after the Canadian Injhtweight championship'." That's why 1 came to Lethbrldse! It be the nlflictt ten-round fuai aeen in theK parts in many a long Jack "Kid" Whllty. Then you have opinion of the champion and the chalkn- per In bout In the Majei- -tie theatre. The lie sitting up and they lamped footwork and right In hit work-out against Ross on Tuesday night. There has been convideraMe loose change placed on the match that Whilsy will, thi full ten founds even if he cannot knock the rugged Tait out. There is money to be hid that Tail will 'produce a sleep producer before the match reachei the gong. The afternoon have brought in a large crowd from the south towns who are remaining over to make a day of It by wit- the bout tonight. from.all of the south are here to see the champlon- ihip go ever staged In Lethbrldge, and everything to their go- ing away far from veiled with the Sox was telling re- ntly of a little Incident which ought out Oteason's diplomacy, as 11 as his abilily lo establish a bet- r harmony. It appears thai one Ihn Soi players was diverting from s path Ihat leads lo success. He as dissipating quietly "aid the man- emcnt had heard nothing about it. was the first mac connected th the leadership of the club lo dis- ver tho erring one and be brought bout a change quickly. Going to the ayer Gleason Informed him that anagcr Rowland has-found out abouf. s misdemeanors, and was laying ans to punish, blm. Erring Player The Kid advised the player to hange his ways at once and he would scape, punishment. Gleason- was de- elving tho player concerning Row-, and, as the manager had not discor- rcd the rambling! of the athlete, "evertheless the player In question was quick to take Gleason's advice nd a marked improvement was noted n his efficiency. Men like Jlnirnla' Callthan >nd [onus Wagner pronounce Qleason a. great man lo have around a ball club. Comlskey evldcnlly thought the same way'about the veleran, as he Induced ilm to come oul of retirement to as- Isl Manager Rowland. drove 300 yards on the 525-yard slith, put nia brassle on the green and barely missed a Ihree. He lost a stroke on the 177-yard Ulh by falling short In a trap. Darhcs partly owed his victory lo a ground rule which permitted Jlftlng a ball from a flower bed al the lell ot the 18th grecn7 In playing this hole on the third round, Barnes pulled his second shot to the dense of tall Advised Ihat the ball was out of bounds, lie Philadelphia played a second ball which landed 1! feet from the flag. When the first ball was found among the waa- decided Ihat the (round rule should prevail as the bed nut out of bounds. The ball waa dropped back without tie penally of Iwo that would have been and he pitched close to the cup and holed a four, gaining tie two by .which he.won.' Chicago, Sept. 'week or so hence and the Chicago While Sol probably will have the American pen- anl won, barring serlons accldcnls, a little man of stocky proportions will be extolled as one of the gienlesl factors In the success of an allstnr club which .In previous years has The slurtiy little man referred lo Is none other thin Kid Oleason; fam- ous as a leading figure In the na lonal pssllmo when Honus Wagnei was entering Ihe realms ot stardom When Qleason was playing second FIFTH STREET SOUTH THE HOUSE OF ALTA. J'wtlce Mc- CarUiy has handed down a'judgment lu the'action of tne-.Kedktm Hsl Wheat Company. -'Norrls CoBnflnlon ot Winnipeg .finding In favor of the de- fendant cosily and dhnlMlug Ihe action with costs. plaintiffs claim sgatnst the ds- fenn'ant was tor the JlS.63j.12 with interest for grain and de- livered lo the defendant, erf tor goods received by them" for sale' as for the plaintiff and sold m Ihclr behalf. -f Chicago, Sepl. all re cords for a seventy-two hole open eol championship with a score of zS3 strokes, James M. Barnes of While marsh Valley club, Philadelphia, form er Spokane County club professlona Saturday won Ihe western open cham- pionship al Westmoreland County club. The best previous championship score was 2S6, scored by "Chick" Evans in the National open last year and.by WBller HBECU In the western open lasl summer. This was twn strokes better than the score of Wal- ter Hagen of Rochester, N.Y., 1916 champion, and Ihree strokes ahead of Jock GlcnvleW clufj, Chicago, eastern open champion. Ernesl French, of New York, Pa., fin- ished fourth wllh 2D2 and Fred Mc- id fifth with Jarnes started Ihe championship route'Thursday afternoon, scoring a record of 67 and winning the special prize for Ihe best 18 holes. Ho added Majestic-Tonight Canadian Lifhtweight Champienskip CLONIE TAIT LIGHTWEIGHT. CHAMPION 'KID' WHITEY OF BUFFALO, N. Y. i Billy Read as. Young Miller eCMONTON GEO: KENNEDY: vs. CALQARV GEO. THOMPSON SALE AT ALEXANDRA 'CIGAR STAND, ALBIRTA BUFFET, MEDLEY DRUtJ.OO. AND MAJESTIC TMfATRB. DOORi OPEN AT MAIN BOUT MO base n quirtcr of a century ago, he !eared sharp spikes as much' as some of the prosciit-dny. players scare nl cushions- and his'aggressive splrll apparenlly been contagions among various members of the While Soi, who had, not been famous for any show of perseverance. Club a Family President Comlakey sent a. hurry-up call to? Oleaion during" Ihe Inter part of lasl seamn, but there was nbl muih chance for the peppery one lo make his presence felt. This season, how- ever, he went aoith with the- club, arid It has ben like a. ftnlly evcr ilnce, lo tame on the "In- side." The yrnirvXei} fell In love Oleason at lie nfact. OM time play- ers who hire, plnyerl agalnit tin flghllng to adrr.li ,As.soon In IlK coil, fldence of nan he begins lo enroll I aid Um and In Ihls Is ft 71 strokes on Friday and was In Ihe lead'of the field of 136 starters with 133. lie lost his cunning on Iho greens In tho flvsl half of the Ihird ound today .taking 23 nulls for 40, iut cul two under par on tho second half for 34 and a lolal'of 212, while Hutchlnaon wllh a 71 was 211 Hagen, with a splendid 61, was 213. The luncheon Interval left these three players within Iwo strokes of each other and ahead of all other competitors. Three large fol- lowed the leaders through the lail round, Hutehlnwn SUrU Badly Hulchlnson slarted badly, but with spurts kept to 31! for the Sri! ".lue and did one beller 'on Ihe flna' for grand total of. 2S6. Hagen, oat In owlnE to a Irap- second on Ihe 484-yard hole.whkh 35! five and mlsadrrature on Ihe 'ifrrt'for another five, cume'home In nothcr 36 for par, 72, and .lutctilnson by one stroke, llafiC, Help is Close at Hand Whenever you need the 'prompt os- sistance of skilled auto-repair men. GO TO THE HEA'REtT'PHONE TELL US .WHERE; YOU ARE. AND SEEK THE SHADE OF THE DEAREST TREE UNTIL OUR TROUBLE'CAR ROLLS' WON'T BE LONG. OUR WORK SHOP JS ON A PAR WITH OUR EMCRQENCY SERVICE. TRY Ut WHEN YOU NEED RELIABLE >E- PAIfti, OR BAALIM MOTOR CO. c cHEVRotrr MOCBAH, HOME BACK OP UNION BANK ;