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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Y. ArnrsT 1010 T1IK LETHBI1IDGE DAILY HKRALD PAGE THREE KILTIES INVADE LOCAL is BALL GARDEN TONIGHT H A TIP1 TTJ TO TITO 17 Cincinnati's runs were gifts. Olsen RKuANs K Kh S kJ 1 I IK-> 1 V1-J throwing wild In bases. McKcchme .in Hi. 13 Innings Aug. and Cimminaii liatlled for 13 innings to- day, tlio former whining to 4. The National league Ifadurs pounded .Schneider for 21 hits lint, wasted most lot them by reckless base running. All Everybody in tlic old town should ThB grounds an be at lliu ball yard, old Kckstorni park for a little hay tonight when a local civilian team'outer gardens. stacks up agaim.t the aggregation that The locals have picked the very been upholding (lie fame of possible aggregation to go [Cincinnati and Culshaw ot Brooklyn Imade funr hits each. 'Cincinnati H ill good condition 5 21 5 pasture in the I Wingo; Pfelfer and McCarthy. Phillies Win Philadelphia. Aug. I. l.etllbridge at Sarccjii. The against the men from Sarcee. Sev- dofaated Chicago in a pltclling boys arrived at this afternoon, jeral of the old players are not In the between Alexander and Premier- n as a razor. Their jelly, bat at that the line-np threatens 13 innings. The through the south trouble Tor Regan's tribe. None of was tu o. hey want to show the 7Stb battery players are available 7 2 I 11 and Wilson; Alexander j with an edge as keei barnstorming trip has two objects. the. natives how the pnalime is ployed as they expect to go against the 113tll and when not decorating tile diamond Inirin here, probably next Monday prendcrgas they will do somu recruiting. It isjnight. and arc saving up their hag Wilfred. j up to Lethhridgc to turn out in force tricks. However, from the following Five out of Six and swell the gate receipts so that all :ilne-un il will be seen that the locals Aug Vorlt made expenses of the club may bo met. It; will give a good account of flvc of six from Pittshurg win- might here be mentioned that the KM- ives' iirandow c; Williams or Ulo eamc of the series by anything after ex- Battalion is .short of funds also, so if there is kft over from the proceed peiiHos are Jiaid it will go i rrniting funds for the whole battalion Taller and Warner, where the will play on Friday and Saturday res- pectively, have offered to give the Kil- recruiting jcey. p: Gallivan. Blunilage or Pow- of fi to I. Mamanx was hit ties all tho gate receipts Leth- ell. 2b; Vaselenuk. 3b; Livingstone, ss; at :my time this season, Green or Murphy If; cf; and McKillon rf. some changes but that bunch ought to make things Interesting. M. Dunsworth maki There may be ig 13 hits for lit buses.' 2 f. I i ._....... G lj "jjamaux and Schmidt; Benton and j the star battery. Don't forget, it. this evening have Webster on ;an behind the bat St. Louis Takes Final Boston. Aug. St. Louis scored the ninth inning and won bridse is going in do the same. So i Don't forget, it. this evening ai :lnree runs in iuu iiium n rip-roaring crowd of tans will helpirharp. at the old hall yard. Downing gamo of the present series j some. The gume starts at li.30 sharp-: will handle the indicator. lllo Braves 5 to :i. lllackburne i ______________________________________________________. was recalled from Providence of! ithe International league, was on the1 receiving end for Boston today and played a line game. ;St, Louis.............. 10 1 Boston 3 S Ames. Williams and Gonzalez; ly- AQUATIC SPORTS A SUCCESS GOOD CONTESTS WERE SEENj ler, Hughes and Hlackbunle. AMERICAN Weather conditions favored the pro-1 Butler. Isl: Jl ceedings of.'ho Aquatic Association atJA. Smith, 2nd. iss B. Nimmons and jNew York Cleveland 40 42 44 14 gave the advantage on account _ of his large spread of canvas, enabling crowd got the fun, and as Spence said .Johnston. Lanning. S, 32 Williams and n't wet bin 'nV'Bhouid! Haley; Cicotte. ilenz, and Lapp, lie should Was him to sail home far ahead of the resljthe water who passed the turning buoy in the j try it again. nolrnil 4ui2 won its 4th order first named. The time was 50 The .paddling events were exceed-1 toflay 5 to 2. large- minute's and the race a good one. llngly well contested, and the sport ot "bee ause of Boland's wildness. Fos- supper the paddling artisls j a very good order, es.cepl that the com- fme -ame for Boston got busy-and the following canoe jictltora wore inclined to foul; that is r bu) two hits up to the events were pulled'oil: a ilefoct which practice will cure jnnlng The fielding on both In the evening by the olfcllul .Men's doubles. E. Butlor ami 'Ridpath, 2nd. R. Sherlock and J. Shaud, I members of the Aquatic club and their j anl, neither teara Single canoe, (standing) C. Butler, 1st, B. ilutler. 2nd. Mixed doubles, Mrs. Ridpath and E. friends held a very successful camp tire and ended a with song, Ktory around a blazing log fire. very pleasant day and refreshments, T K. H. Oliver II. PillinE 0. Ashi'.rol't Livinssto W. Shover II. Long J. Bonfidini lAlbort Priese .15 22 11 20 is Some good average shooting was seen at the trails of the Leth'iridge dim club hist night, fifteen shooters _____ being on hand. The wind was com-, Ont., Aug. "Bike" ing In and gave the birds a good rise. Evans jormer Brantfqrd bii 11'player V. K Green carried off the honors ,w al the ,ms nonB o[ w. for the evening with 45 oul of a pos. sible The scores: 25 2E V. B. Green 22 Livingstone 22 If. N. McMillan......... 22 Livingstone.......... 21 Bon McLaren 18 D. 18' K Kenny 2I) BRANTFORD BALL PLAYER SHOWS NERVE AT FRONT old nerve. The story has reached j here that recently "Bike" crawled to i a German dug-out and called out with j 23 expletives. "How many are there of] 22 yon down, The .answer camej 20 back in good 21 "Then divide these aiubiig call- 23 ed. Evans, and with that he hurled' in 22 two haildlgrenades and in the eon- llj fusion made his way back uninjured. an error. can Boston................. 5 s u Detroit.....'. s Foster and Thomas; Boland, Cun- ningham, Dubnc and IdeKee. Shut Out Senators Cleveland, Aug. shut out Washington for the second time in on! the series winning 3 to 0, and taking 'three out ot four in the series. Gould jwas effective in tho pinches and had excellent, support. (Washington............. 30, Cleveland.............. 3 j Gallia, Ayres, and Ainsniith; Gould anil O'Neill. No other games scheduled. New Store in North Lethbridge Opens Tomorrow Opening Bargains Extraordinary A Complete New Stock of Dry Goods, Men's Wear and Groceries. Everything, Is Backed Up By Our "Money Back" Guarantee. FOR THE ECONOMICAL HOUSEWIFE EMPRESS BRAND JAM. (Juaranteed pure. None belter, per 4 Ib....... EMPRESS JAM, I Ih. Strawberry per pail WAGSTAFFE'S JAM. 4 pound tins WAGSTAFFE'S JAM. 4 pounds Strawberry TUXEDO COFFEE. Regular 50c. Kurclal B. B. TEA. Her pound GRAPE JUICE. per bottle IUC. and WESTON'S SODAS In Tins, per tin WESTON'S SODAS Card board, '1 for................ CORN AND PEAS Per tin ST. CHARLES' MILK Per tin CLACK'S SOUP, in tins per tin PEANUT BUTTER i'l-r Jar lOc. and KHOVAH LEMONADE Large tins KHOVAH LEMONADE. Small tins, 2 for.................. 70c 75c 75c 80c 40c 40c 50c 25c 45c lie lOc lOc 25c 25c 25c B. C. SUGAR, per sack NEW POTATOES 7 pounds for 25c BANANAS, per dozen 25c OTHER FRUITS AT MARKET PRICES HOLBROOK'S LEMONADE Per tin LUX, packages for AMMONIA POWDER IJer package..................... DUTCH CLEANSER tins tor R. C. SOAP AND WASHING POW- bVr 2 for SUNtlGHT AND LIFEBUOY SOAP 11 bars; .or....................... TOILET SOAP in bars for BON AMI POWDER 2 tins for RED CROSS PICKLES in quart sealers, each RED CROSS HIGH GRADE PICKLES, per jar TOMATOES tins for...............'.......... JELLY POWDERS 3 packages I'or POTTED MEATS, CLARK'S 4 for CLARK'S TOMATO CATSUP per bottle SNIDER'S SOUP, 2 tins for lOc 25c lOc 25c 45c 50c 25c 25c 40c 30c 40c 25c 25c 20c 25c FOR TH Marbles. 5( Boy's Striped Bib Over- p alls, eacl) 1 DC Boy's Stockings Per pair 35c and BOYS i'or 5 feats. Boys Suspenders THE EMBROIDERY We have ;i full assortment at ten per cent. off. Narrow Elastic LADIES Ladies' Vests j r ami TJrOC Regular 2oc ft Fleece Lined Un- 7 C -derwear, per suit 1 0 AND GINGHAMS We have a large assortment, ten per cent, off for Friday and Saturday. _ Ladies Black. 'Cashmere and Cotton Hose per pair Ladies Tan Color. Hose OC pair FOR TF Men's White Shirts. P.sversible. collar. Regular SI. nn Special'.. ipl.UU Men's Cream Colored Shirts. Reversible collar. Reg. 51.00. Special OrfC Men's Negligee Shirts, with., cuffs, each OUC Men's Cotton Sox, black, or. 2 ]iair tor MEN Grey Sox, at 1 Thread fi spools for 60C Cotton Thread jf per spool Ladies Combination Un- CA-derwear, Extra Value Ladies' Combination Un- derwear. Iteg. Sp. Gauntlet Gloves. QA_ Kxtra value Men's Wrist Gloves. Horse hide. Regular