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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAUE SIX THE LETMBniDGE DAILY HKHALD SEPTEMBER 26, 1913 UP FATHER" By G. McManus i- V A ft The Sport Page Beckett-McGoorty Battle 117 C! i er Was a diasnmg Aiiaur the Dally MiJl of tin light for the BrltiJH itai j ffetglit chimploaship; 'It 1W part in more than anj finished -wilh an belter than .300. This late date iron year finds Wheat, Daubert Hollocher far below last year's day bunched hils in the second and eighth inninfB and defeated tbe cew American League champions, 3 [Q l. St. Loals S 0 -1 Chicago 1 S 0 :aagear and Collins; Williams end Lyiin. (Duly three games scheduled.) Narrowi When (From CATIMA scrlong RC In Carmai (From Our Ovrn CorfcsDondent) GRAXLEA. Sept Mrs. CarlEou and H. Praise motor- ed to Maleb Tuesday. Sirs. George Wares iras a visitor In lz.Kam Thursday. Mr. and airs. Hunter and baty left on AVednesdny for Florida, where they PHILADELPHIA, Sept. ger Cravath's home run after Pinch j Hitler Texas leaguer, scored' three runs In the eighth inning, win- ning today's game for the locals over Brooklyn, 10 lo 5 Brooklyn S 10 'l Philadelphia ...'........10 ll 2 Cadore and Kreuger; Smith and Adams. (Only two games schcnuled.) PACIFIC COAST monllis. to remain duriue wipLer Mlsa .Myrtle Small lett on Saturday lo enter Medicine Hat. hospllaLlo train Oakland San Francisco i Portland............. Halt Lake Vernon n. it. 2 r, 3 i u. -i G H. Ixis Angelog Seattle Be a nurse. -.Miss Thompson. Icacher of Coffin Echocl, and her friend Scarce, left for tboJr home at OJtoloJss on ANNA HELP'S ESTATE Wednesday. and Mrs. John Morrison spent 3n turd ay in 13ow Island. Kenneth Ptnny left last vi scape at [tacking Car Causes Trouble GAY, Kepi. very dent happened last night 1 joy, afler Ihc card parlr. W. Thompson, his wife and his nifttor, >lra. Willlami of ItJabo, who them, all went lo the card party and after they started to go homjjj.Mr. Thompson started his car and w.ttilcd lo gel near the aide- walk, Thompson and her flalcr-ln-laiTJ were slanding. In sonw way Mr. laiompson thought he had bis foot on jlhe brafce but Instead he had ll on slopping It: bnado direct for tbe two women wholwerc on" the cement side- walk. Mrs.' 'hompson managed lo get out of Iho w hut Mrs. WllllrmS waa not eo lucky and the car hil Her with full force, ki ocked her down and ran for Seattle, where be ex peel 6 to spend EOirie lime. and Mrs. Hal Wares moved on- to the Thorpe farm Wednesday. The whist tlrirc anil debate given by Ihe 1'rospy U. F. A. local will hn held In the Echool house Saturday October -I. Everybody wel- come. Mr. and Mrs. L-sncasler and eon, Tommy, and Bridge, exnpcct lo leave on Wednesday of Ihls week for Oregoij- Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Foster motored to Winnlfred Monday. Mra. T. H. Prowse president ot [be Granfea Red Cross socfely rerjucsis AMOUNTED TO NEW YORK, Sept. cslalo o[ Anna Held, Ihc actress, totalled according to an accounting fileil by Charles F. Hanlon, F'ranclaco, ot petition asking that his duties as executor bo wound up. Of this sum, 4 J. repreaenlcd the value of diamonds nnd jewelry, Mr. llanlon said. Mosl of the estate left lo Miss Liana Corara Miss Ilcltl's ONTARIO ELECTIONS TO BE "HELD SOON'' Scjtl. Major .1. I. Hard, M.P., for East Slmcoc, was again yeslcrday nDmlnalcd an llic that all who have work kindly return it at the next rncet.n held nt the home If OcL 2nd aa It la rleairable that over her. A lock would bare it the doctor wai? fjere and did all be could at onco and they look her up lo Mr. Thompson's liorjie, where everything Is being don her aurforln IB as but In still lhal can be lo relieve Prom last, reports ehc ell as can be expected danger. work bo finisher! and sent In lo bead quarters al once, and wind up Iha, business local hrftnch. Mr, Everett Small left last week tor Salmon, Oregon. Mr, Hal purchases a hand- some black horpe on Saturday, Mr. Jack Fore made a businces trip to Etzikom Friday. 3. 'MacCrac motored from Montana to visit his slater, Mrs, John Morrison. Tho (own J3 quite A Lime tllh leaVs Inltho walcrrtialn but by he time Mr. -Soiling Rets through with Regulars on Heydler Circuit Who Have Hi( Over ,300 Art Very Scarce Juicing by the batting averages of the major leagues, the pitchers In Lhc National league have kopL down .the awtdlng averages fit the rcnonnved batsmen In their circuit more than the hurlera In the American league have chocked the hilling of ihclr leading maulers. U IB it bet thai, when cbaaipiopaUlj) races en Carter an the north ycut around Cluny. Mr. Jas. Dat vnr that Iho throughout ihb wo don't tnfnX there a trouble. Law Jiulburt left for rday, to look worJc y has left lown to do brldgca building all wlnlar. visiting Her daughter i week. Hoberls, of Cham- pion, were In t4wn lodny lo see Mrs. Roberts' aunt wlio was hurl last night In the aulo The card parre the W. r. opera last nlghl jfiQdc hit with all who wero tliere and hope lo sed many moro daring Ih6 coming winter. Branlford Trades and lyflbor council has cr.doraod Ihl VcqucHL .of Ihe II, W. -A. for aprolntmtint of a Itiliy ivosllgate Iho frit Conservative candidate for Kasl Sim- tae. George 3, Henry, minister L Car. or aEriluHure (or Ontario, .Utcd Ib.t the provincial elections were lo bo 'held BOOH." THE THUNDERER CONE WRONG The BtaM old Ixindon Times, for Ihe first lime in 1.11 years, has printed a box scnrc. ftol only that, but II de- Ecrlbes tho game In baseball slang IhM IrouM a bluih lo lly? cheek of an American wrllor. A of Ihe Times recelTcd recenllr, contains llic follow- ing: "A( a rlo.tlr conleslcd tamo ol haffchall at Oxford between Oxford and Cambridge teams composed for the Diosl pan of former American col lege men attending Ihe unlfcrsl- Oxford won, 6 lo 4. "Tho pasllme was fcdlnred by Ino Bllclt work of Wallace, former Harvard alar, who slammed oul A and a homer In three vllh the frillow. Cor Ihe llnl three framen both learns hung loiiflr, dnd flowed ho scoring. The fourth Inning nelted a brace of runs for the )iOrae 3ads. i clouted one lo centre tmd Richirds let the ffhf.rc slip. Eagle walched four bad ones go mil after Ires was tagged trying to steal nomo, was pushed mkt for Ihe first lally i lefini when Williams ncd against one for Iwo sacks. Shawnocky wcnl bMl htre, and gavo Storey a free llckot, and Wallace cnme IhroueTi n Ihrce- ciiHlilrrn bingle (hat shoved XYlllnms and Storey, rtinssfng three. EASTERN HATS. LAD WELDING Car Repairing AGENTS FOR GRAY DORT CARS RUMELY ENGINES Tbe liwtird Mm COMPANY 2nd Ave., Off, Lelhbridgs Hotel LIVERY We Meet All Tralnt. HoiplUl Phones Special Rales on Countrj Trips SPENCE BROS. Lcthbrldgt. Alta- Bouhon's Auto Lirery WE MAKE TRAIN CALLS OHift Phone U06 Night Phones 13Jt ind IOK HAVE YOUR RADIATOR RE-CORED Before ihe Flush, by ANDY THE RADIATOR MAN 4II Firth St EVEREADY SERVICE STATION ALL MAKES OF BATTEHIE1 CHARGED AND REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed A Written Guarantee for a Tear and a Halt .witb Bat- teries. J. D. THOMPSON Phon; 1966 718 ifd Ave. S. RETREADING DONE BV EXPERTS Gel your Next Retried Dont By Ui. SECTIONAL AND BROKF.N BEADS OUR SPECIALTY We ore Eiiccmlists in Vulcan izing Waders. Ltl.bridgt Vil'iiiziig Works 712 Third Avonuo South PHONE 1654 Character what we build into every lire Ihat we retread or repair Clasa qua Illy and durability are Ihc objects ol our highest en- deavor. The mailer of value- Giving Is our chief concern. We appreciate n man as much as wo do IUB business. Our is OPP. ELLISON MIIJJS L ROOSA TRANSFER Furniture and All Kinds, We Wood, C.b.b, Baggage Day and Night Service to all parts ct [ho City, Office, 922 2nd Ave. S. Phone IM9 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS R Get your celluloid lljhls In and curtains repaired before Ihe cold w'calher. THE LETH- RIDQE AUTO TOP DEPOT Glh 3lrcel to Herald Office 0. T. BLUNT, PROP.: The Mechanical Garage Userl cars bought lid ioM. General RepunRf 4Ui Avtnui Ind in M. Cciy nirh. Phone 1191 K-W, Senrice Stitioi Service for the [imoai K-W All makes of magnetos, E'.ncraton, colui paired. stock ol repilr fir- rlul, All' work eunrAntRed. MAONETi MCMAHOtO The Electrk 6tS 4th 6 PHONC 7tf ;