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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATTHDAY, SKPTKMJJEn 22, 1D17 ,'IIE MITlinniDGE IllillAUl PAdK TimEE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus IT ALL TO SMOKE IN PftRLOR When Cap. Piper Of tlio A. P. P, AYanls to be "Reel crool" He lakes his victims To his boozolosical morgue In the northeast corner Ol Ihc court house basement And shows Hi em Uoipty-umpli g t Of spirituous And fpriuehlcd liquors And never cracks a smile, i Nor a boUlo. Tantalus "had nothing On him. Last On 'lie afternoon of Monday, Octo- ber tiu> first the lolloping events will held ai the Central school grounds: High Filiool senior: Running broad jump, running hop-step jump, baseball throw. s t-Jiool Intermediate: jump, running hop-step and Jump, baseball thross-, slioi-piil, liolc vault. sc-hool boys, junior: Running broad jump, running- hopslep and jump, jiolc vault, baseball throw. High school girls, senior: Running high jump. High school girls. Intermediate: Running high jump. scliool girls, junior: Jl'inning League Baseball AMERICAN NATIONAL York rlithrlclphla New York St. Louis Philadelphia llcsCnn l-illsburc Phillies Win Clnc.lgo. SCb.t. PlnliilelpMil liunrlictl lla lilts lichlnil crralic ncldhn; liy poylt: ainl i'ecKoup. anil IVOR the Tirfil "gariic of Uic 'serfs, 4 In from Chicaeo. I'lillaclolpliSa 4 S 1 ClilcaEO 'J .1 Alexander and KUIlfcr; Douglas anil Dilliocfcr. GUnts Closer rillsliurg. Sept- Xcw Yorl; raov- eil nearer Llic N'atiolial leagun rhain- Jilonsllip bs ilcfcatlng Pttsburn. 3 to Ioc3ay. Slimilrt New York win liotli Kamca of tomorrow's doultle-lieadcr, tho cliaiupJonsliip would be secured Ihough the Philadelphia club wins all its rcmnluin.? games. New York 12 0 J'iltslivirE nOO 5 0 Ilrnton and McCarty; Sleelo pud NO RHODES APPOINTEE London. Sept. trustees ol the llhodes Srholarslilp Fund jlecMerl to-lay to mite nn appointments lo sclit'larshllis lilts year ellhcr in Ihe Un- )trd States or any part o[ the cmiiirc. Tills decision IB hasccl on the fact thaL na all candidates must be men of military age. It would not bo in nrcordaiH'O will) Hie. spirit of the foun- dation tor men respcmdltiR lo the call of patriotism lo be penalized. ANTI SURRENDERS Montreal. Kent. Ire hoard r. warrant linil Uecn Issued cliare- inn >iim wJih sedition, Hern- nnll-conscrlpllonist orator, sur- icnilered hlmsclr to the thla morning. He was given his [reeilom nn {500 ball, llernlcr the sixth ol Hie nntl-conserlptloulsU to here. lia >stcd While Sox Cinch It Boston, Sept. 21. -Clilcagu made its capture of1 til? TU7 American League pennant a certainly tqtlay by defeating lloiton, its nearest rivaj, 2 to 1. iu ten innings. Shoiilil Boston win all its re- maining 12 eamcs, "d Chicago lose all llifi eiglit contests scheduled for it, llic final standing of the teams will show Chicago leading by lialf a game, as follows: Chicago won 57. lost 57; Boston -.von 35, lost 57, Tii'e hitting or Catcher I TT22 tbe fMinrn in Chi- 1 CARD'S final clinching of the and in assuring Ihc ivosl ils first world's sortes since 1910. Chicago S 0 Boston .OQOQftfl 1 5 1 Falicr and Schalk; Leonard and Tho- mas, Cleveland Wins Philadelphia, Sept. A falling rally In the eighth Inning at (he cs- if Scanner and Hush, gave ClcvcJAiiJ llio'vJrlory over Philadel- phia today o to y. Cleveland 10 1 Philadelphia.. 4 Morton and Billings; Schiuer and McAvoy. Easy For Tigers Washington, Sept. 21. Detroit hail no trouble defeating WasMnglou 7 to I loci ay. Dclroit 400 020 7 10 1 Washington 000 000 010 1 6 3 Unlnml and Harper nml Alnstultli. Yanks Won Is'ew York. Hani billing (he the recruit outfielders of the Now York Americana, Camp and I.amar, en- a Wed Xoiv York to ilcfoat Ixiula D to 6, Camp lilt a double and three singles and Lamar three singled. Hum- Icr hit a. homo run with Smith on base. The Kaino scheduled between New York and St. Louis lirra on September 241h will be pluyed lieie tomorrow1. St. Lou hi G 11 3 New York 9 10 2 Sotberoi] and Severold; Mogrldgo and llculLarli. "Biddy Bishop Opens Ncgolia Irons and Outlook Dright For November 1 ROSS MAY MEET AL iMOORB THANKSGIVING To sliall he glad 1C you will rorrcci n, ctupid error mine In nlallng thai tho Rlctaon hat vaa offered ns n prize liy IJ. cr CIo. Thla should lie IJ. Keatcr fc Co, Yours Iruly, J. Scc.- Trcaa. If you're In (lie leasl doulit nbonl your Urea, belter new ones if you arc going to drtvo on n vacation (rip. You don't want lo carry tho haunting HioiighL that you Imvc a casing or IMO Hint may let RO any mlniilo when you arc supposed In nut for enjoyment. The tires you (afcc off may bo carried na spares, nnd you'll bo assured of n Iroulilo free (rip, This Time We Have Thtee Used Cars To Offer One Is another CHEVROLET TOUTING CAR, and the art a MAXWELL TOURING CAR and an ELGIN ROADSTER. All are hundred percent, values at the prices we are asking. If It's a good Car at a small price you want, take a look at thsae, Bijou Motor Parlors ''A THE HOUSE OF SERVICE FIFTH STREET SOUTH J LETHBfllDGE, ALTA. licli yciir faint! We'll whsTper Weeks, the redoubtable Billy Weeks, may come to Lelhbridge to meet Young Al Ross. "May is you say- But il is better than that. It like a distinct pos- sibility that the whirlwind will ex- hibit his wares here in a round go with Ross, A couple of weeks' ago, local promoters Weeks at .Cin- cinnati sailing forth terms'for a boui. Yesterday n letter came back from "Biddy" Bishop, man- ager of Weeks, in, which he says: Biddy Says "Hillv has just handed me your Irltcr of rccoitt Ante nlrrrlnff lilm, a mnlch al your Young lloss. Weeks is under tun tract lo me for the ncxl eight years and if you desire to have him liox 1 will lie glad to ar- range v.'itli you. is in hig demand here at; this time nnri has linen boxing'al my clulm ami in Indiana .ill during tho summer, having ivon 14 Blralphl jmalrlies and gelling a draw In live I others- Ills only defeat was at the Imnrls of Trcl Lewis whom he tried to meet at MS imuuila, n weight wo afterwards found .was too, HghL .for Jloivnver, ho Mill retains' his title o( mlddlcivelffhl champion or; Cannda. "If Ilop-3 can make I5S to ICO pounds j a I 3 o'clock, and will post-a weight forfeit of }5D lo guarantee, same, 1 will consent lo- mako the match." Nov. 1 Suggested In lilft Idler he nnnies icrmR which the Iwnl cl'.ili It CDTI meet, and further nfgotlallona ore being CRr- rlcd on with n view to closing up thn match. Xovcmhcr 1 la (he suggested date, This will give lloaa plenty or llmo to condition himself and prepare for LIio battle of his career. Rots vs. Moore Meantime tho club Is negotiating (or a Thanksgiving Day match here with noa.i aa ono of Ihc principals. AI. Moore of. Great Falls, an 175 pound man. Is after a maleh with DID local tavorllP jinil Ross la wUlliiK to lakr him on, although ho would be con- ceding n lot in And if Moore Ifl nnl nvnllnblo It Is JueL that Ike Cohen, most popular ol Iho men, who have fiver mcl HOBS hero, Vi'lll LQ Iho man, Ike has sent word tliat as goon as he Is In condition lie WAnla Just or.n. Ihlnl onil lakt crack nl Jloas. So If H laii'l_ Mobro It, will ho more than likely bo'Ross'anil Cnhcn tor Iho Thanksgiving" IM lure. 'TJiIs will three foro Ihc dnlc anKgcaLeil for Iho Wcnis- Koas malrn, which will leavo lloss plenty of 11 mo lo rest up and got In shape. When Ihc bdAlng'season opened, The kayos all came In (he third frame. This year i The ante lias been raised To four. P m Coming up! Dinly Muorc Is still t V Going strong. Only M Points Behind (he Geor- Leads (he to his credit, KG Georgian. Hobby Chcaso, Sept. Speaker Is culling down Ty lulling lend In the American league. Unofficial av- erages released today slioiv only lecn points ecn.iraUng lliem as com- pared wllh 21 n week ago. Coljh Is halting nnd Speaker, Iho chainploii, .359. The averages Include ganjcs of WedJinsrlay, the DcirolL shortstop, conlln- uca to dr.T-v an ay from t'obb in scor- I'o 103 cart of five over of Cleveland, added three moral bases lo hia loinl, bringing iL up to rorly-clRht. Cbauinan, his team- Is pressing Ijini with forly-Iiro and la far in tlie lead In sacrifico hlt- ,tng with 05. Pipp or New Vc-rk, took he lead liuinc run hilling 0. Detroit remalna out In front In learn balling with Leading ballcra who have ployed In half of their club's games: C'obb, Detroit. .373; Speaker, Cleve- land, .350; Ktalcr, St. Louis, -347; Kclsch, Chicago, .310; VcacJi, Detroit, .300; Rice, Washington, .300; Harrla, Cleveland, .301; Mclmica, Philadelphia, 301; Chicago, .299; Chapman, 1'ulilic Frhool I oys, senior: Run- ning broad jump, running hop-step find Jump, pole vault, hascball throw. 1'ulilic school boys, intermediate: unnJnf; running hn and jump. Putiliu school boys, junior.Hunnlng broad, jnnip, running hop-step anil ]mnp. srhnol glrlB, senior: Running higli The following events will Lo held at (he fair grounds on Monday, October S, at 1.30: .school girls, junior, 50 yards dash. school intermedi- ate, running high Jump. school girls, Intermedi- ate. 15 yards dash. school girls, junior. 15 yards dash. school boys. Junior, run- ning high Jump. school girls, senior, .75 yards dash. school girls, ntc. baseball school girls, senior, 75 yards dash. 1.55 -PuhJic school boys, senior, run nlng high jiunn. school fiirls, junior, yarrts sKippinj; r.ito. school bnys, senior, run> iifnE liigh jump. school boys, intcrmcdl nto, 100 yards clash. school hoys, (nlcrmedf- Iff) yards dash. school boygy Junior, 100 yards dash. school girls, senior, base throw. scliool Loys, junior, 7c yards dash. i.l5-.-robltc. school girls, inlcrmedi alt1, potato race. school junior base hall throw. s. 22fi--'l'ublEc school girls, senior, ynnls skipping rare. school senior, 10f yard1: iJfiFlt. Fclinpl Itoy.s, Inlermcdl ate, runiiinp high Jump. scliobl boys, IOC yards dash. Public school boys, intcrmcdl- 220 yards dash. Public school boys, Junior, 3- pKcd rare. 350 Public school etrls, intermedi- ate 50 yards skipping Iligti srlionl lioys, Intermcdi- e 11Q yards dasli. 2. Public seL'Ool Girls, senior po- lalo race. High school boys, senior, 520 yards dash. High school girls, senior, 50 yards sfciiiplng race. 3.10 school Intcrmcdl 50 yards skipping race. 3.15 -High school girls, junior, 5C yards skijipinu race. school hoys, senior, 220 yards dash. school Eirte, open re lay race. school boys, open half mile. Public I a to rare. l glrla, po- school hoys, junior, 220 yarfls ilnsb. Bchool girls, open relay race. EcliDol h.oys, op CD rclaj school boys, i. race. H school Ijoys, oreii' cycle race. -1 school girls, open base- ball throw. The folloivfiig raros will Ijc liclfj In Jlic parl of tbc r-cj track: Hoys, 50 yards dash lor (hose under 7 years of figc. Cilrls, 50 yard ilasli lor those under years of age. I Hoys, 60 yards dash, for those S and 9 years old, Girls, 50- yards dash, for those S and 'J years old. Hoys, 50 yards dash for Ihoso over 10 years nnd below 65 Ibs. Boys, 3-ltrffgciI race Tor HIDEO over 10 years old and below C5 Ibs. Tho different, classes will be as fol- lows: High school boj'3, senior, 135 Ibs. nd over. High school boys, Intermediate, 100 Ibs. to 134 Ibs. High scljuo? boys, Junior below 100 Ibs. High school girls, senior, 16 entl lligli school elrls. Intermediate, 14 to 16 years. c High school fflrla, JunlorJ ears. I Fiibllc school-boys, gentor, 301" ibs- nd over. Public school boys, Intermediate, S3' Ibs. to 100 Ibs. rubllc't'chool boy.', Junior, below S3'' Ibs. Public school e'rls, senior, 13 ycarij and over- j I'ubHc, school girla, intermediate, 1% and 12 years, j IJulilic school Junior, 20 under, Tho point system will he Iho last year: First. 5 points; aocond, 3 points; third, 1 point. tho grades tho point Sys-. tern will be: First, 3 points; aecoujj 2 points; third, 1 jiolnt. _ Prizes will be.given for Iho-spcyrld' Ibis year. school girls, ate, 75 yaids dash. school boys. Junior, 220 is tlasli. Cleveland, .2D5. pitchers participating In or more sanies, Taleil ac- cording (o earned runs per game: 0. W. Clcoltc, Chicago.....47 2C 12 155 Kabcr. Chicago........17 15 11 S, CovGlcsfcfo, 43 IS U 1.85 l.cunanl, lloslnn.....31 1C 14 1 3 lloslon.......37 22 II Aycrs, WaBlilnglon 9 7 Mays, Doslon.......32 20 S 2.02 liaglij-. Cleveland 46 21 13 2.03 Husscll. ChlraBO.....34 15 4 2.11 Johnson, 44 21 IS In Illf. Xallonal [.cagno, nniisrh nf Clnr.lnnntf, with nn average of .342 haa nn cffihteen tpolnl lend over Hoffor llornshy Dl St. wno is nOvOiii.. Thrpc mcmliera of the New YorK rlub Hums anil WIlltioH arc amonR llio ten leading liiltert. Ksurr Is third of New York, the leading scorer, brought his lolal In nincly-nlnc and Carey o( PUtsburg, IncreasM his mark In bnse-stealinK Iti forty-live. The record of 12 homo rung linns up by Cravalh ol Philadelphia, remains out of danger. or Chicago, continues o show the way (n (he sacrifice lift- tcrs with twcnly-c-lghl, Cincinnati, leading In hatting, has an aver- ago ol Tho Include games of Wednesday. Leading traders n-ho hiivo played fn half IheEr club's games: HoUGch, .342; Hornaby. St. Loulfl, .324; KanfT, N'cw Yovk, -.303, N'CTV .297; Onilsc. 31. trills, ,2CIC; Wlllioll, Xcw York, .256; ,1. Smith. St. Louis, .2Py; Brooklyn. LcAdlne pllchera parllolpaling in Ihrty-ono or morq gamcg rated ncioril- itig lo earned runs per game: a w. K Andcrpon, York ,.34 fl 8 1.57 Alexander. Philadelphia 41 27 12 I.7R Rchupn, New York 31 20 71 Porrllt. New York 32 15 7 1.85 Cheney, Urooldyn 31 8 10 2.07 SalleO, Xcv York ,11 is C 2.17 Vs'JEhn, 40 23 13 2.20 Schiieiflcr. Cincinnati 42 IS 17 2.27 Tnnoy, OtatfDiia'U 40 24 15 232 1'Achard, St. Louis 3( 3 5 Help is Close at Whenever you need the prompt as- sistance of skilled auto-repair i Oroh. Cincinnati. .305; Burns, York. .SDJ; farcy. GO TO THE NEAREST PHONE TELL US YOU ARE AND SEEK THE SHADE OF THE NEAREST TREE UNTIL OUR TROUBLE CAR ROLLS WON'T BE LONG, OUR WORK SHOP IS ON A PAR WITH OUR EMERGENCY SERVICE. TRY US WHEN YQU NEED RELIABLE RE- PAIRS, REPLACEMENTS OR AOJU3TMFNTS, BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OF THE CHEVROLET SACK OF UNION BANK HARRY MOLHAN, ;