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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST me. ?THE LETHBfiffiGE DAILY HERALD SOLDIERS'BASEBALL AT 6.30 Ft AY BATTERY With one victory and two defeats the result of their ibarnstormlng tour to date, the-Lethbrldge Kilties base- ball team stacks up 78th [Battery squad tonight at ttie Bck- ctorm'ball yard for the llrstVgame ever ;jilayed between two soldier teams in the. history of the city. It-threatens to be some game too. ThetKIltles are ipeevod that Taber and Warner, should have'taken them into camp so easily and are out lor revenge tonight. But the 78th Battery is out to make a name for Itself. They have a pretty lair aggregation of. baseball tossers WARNER TAKESHI In their little -band of recruits and the game Isn't going to toe a walk" away for Regan's tribe. The aot-to is a sort of patriotic af- fair and everybody will be there. The proceeds will be split between'the two tends. The Kilties' end goes to tha battalion for recruiting purposes while ths Battery will vse theirs to purchase sporting paraphernalia for during the summer, and after they go to the rront. Let everybody b8 there. The ga starts at For .the seoonditlme-during their barnstorming of south the iKiltles' bain town was Then1 en Saturday afternoon on the 'Warner grounds the Warner took thoo: into camp to'tb.e'tuneT6f--T4 to 1. "The niftfost amateur ball team In said Capt. ol ths Kilties in solving the conundrum. ''Every.man is a star that's why the WarneriUs put It over." The. Kilties, he it till four .before on the Tabar trip anl -were dog tired.-.- Oscar Berg.was on the mound for ;the; Warner team and he Bad evary- in the category. Up till'the last Ground 'he never let a KUtte pTnyeir threaten. Then the local Boys hitca- Wd up their belts and got-one. But 'the other fellows kad 14. Webater {and Card hurled them over -the pan rf or" the Kilties. TOia boyi from the battalion are tick-ted to death with the fine manner.In which they were treated by the Warner people who closed up their places.of business to B-ttend'.the game.' The score 'by in- nings: 113th 0 u 9 IWarner ......Si 2.4 0 4 Card and Reg- an; Berg and Luker. Etzlkom, Aug. unusually in teresting gaine of" -ball 'was played here today between Fortymlle and thi home.team. Twice before, the took'Fortyraile Into camp. And, good that they are, felt they could play better ball to money. Two hundred dollars was their size. But then locals were able also to plact all their available cash on the side, on eren terms. Af- ter seeing the same could not feel that the visitors were suffering from overdevelopment of sump of con- fidence. Fir a niR of ill Innings er- rorliui tall ww played, and It seem ed aarbwir'a at.all aiagei. Bur dett flayers itringthenet the Forty- mBe And ret It wa. noUntilte enough. Ik fact bad It not for an to Beguln In tbe.ievertL. the vliKera would not wllh'ln fortymlle of the money. :But, good tcouts tliat they are they MTMiied anether two hun- dred dollar wager for a game to be on their home diamond on Sat- urday, the lath innt. The death'recently occurred of the Hev. William KingslRy, rector of Kil- vington, -Yorkshire, the ago of'lpi'. Born at. Berwick-upon- Tweed'ItrJtme, 1815, he" was the son officer' In the army, who, took part In the 'battle of Waterloo. He was-appointed'rector of Kilvington In 1859. Charlan Klngsley, the novelist, was a cousin of the deceased 'gentle- man. DEEP WATER FISHING AT WATERTON LAKES These Being the dog days, every Sunday sees several motor loads of Lethbridge people making the 100 mile to Waterton lakes park. The roads are good and the motor ride ia Due attraction, but there are others. Among them Is the ashing. Several Strings of beauties were taken by the Campbell White, one of .the best known amateur ge-lf players on the coast was killed on the 'bat- tlefield on July 13. He Joined the .British forces In Europe two years ago. WOMAN AVOIDS OPERATION Medicine Which Made Sur- Work Unnecemtry. Astoria, N. Y. "For two yeara I Was feeling ill and took all kinds of Ju fauiim I was get- Tj inff worse every day. n would ache, I was H always tired. I could II not walk straight II because of the pain II in my back and I had 11 pains in my Hach. I went to a doctor and he said I must co under M loperttion, but I did go. I read in the piper about lydii E. Piskham's Vegetable Com- pound and told my husband about it I I know nothing will help me but I will try this.' I found myself improv- ing from the very first bottle, and in two ,Week> time I was able to sit down and nt a hearty breakfMt with my hus- band, which I had not done for two I am now in the best of health and did not have operation." Mn. JOHN A. KoKNm, 502 Flushing Avenue, N. Y. Every one dreau the surgeon's nd operating table.' Sometimes nothing elfle will 'do; but many doctors say thej are neecMary when are not. UtUrtfier !-it-r totfcePiakham telling now wenadviied and wen'.not no good, but Lrdla fi.PinkWm's Vtg.table good foltewwl parties who went up last Sunday. E. Alnsworth 'was .the most successful hooking a fine string. The nab will not rise to the fly but go after the baited hook In deep water. It's worth a trip to the lakes juit to feel the pull of a 16-incher on the end of the line. Just'try it. NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Spokane 5, Butte 4 Seattle 5, Great Falls 0. Vancouver 7, Tacoma .4. Vancouver .4, Tacoma 5. SUNDAY QAMES Vancouver 6, Tacoma 9 First Butte 8, Spokane 2 Second Butte 1, Spokane 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION First game- Minneapolis 3, St Paul 4. Minneapolis 7. St. Paul 1. Louisville 4, Toledo 3. Second game, called, rain. Milwaukee-8, Kansas City 6. First Indianapolis 2, Columbus S. Second Indianapolis 5, Columbus 5. (Called end of 9th, NORTHERN Winnipeg 3 Duluth 1. First Fargo Superior 0. Second Fargo 3, 9. INTERNATIONAL Newark- Providence 8 Only one game scheduled PACIFIC COAST Morning Vernon 4, Los Angeles 3 Afternoon Vernon 0, Los Angeles 6 Portland 3. Morning game- Salt Lake 3, San FraRtdca 9. Af ten oon -game Idee 6, San Francisco 8. William Adams, one of the oldest residents of Kingston, on building the splendid chapel o( of the nccompltshmcuts If there are any riders in the south country who want to get with a mount- ed unit they should keep the 78th Depot Battery In mind. Lieut, Nelson making a special, effort to get a bunch of riders together. He had the same thing in mind 'when the Gist Battery was being recruited, and he got iome of the best riders in the country. In fact they were so good that they took the riding prizes at Potawawa and drew as prizes all the un- broken bronks In the 6000 horses gath- ered there for artillery nurpowes. But they rode 'em all and made a name for themselves and the city of Lelh- bridge. Liuut. Nelson states that of the 4G men who have reported in the new battery to date 32 of them can ride, and some of them are the beat in the business. So if you are a rider there is a chance for you in the 78th. The unit 'took on a new man this morning in S. G. Richardson of Cal- gary. Lieut. E. K. Skelton of Mont- real, has been attached to the Bat- tery and reported for duty this morn- ing. He is a qualified officer In field, heavy and siege artillery. The camp and barrack equipment for the Battery is now in Calgary and will be here as soon as it can be packed up and for- warded. The boys will then go into summer camp at Henderson Park, fair grounds. Meantime they sre looking for a good cook and a coupie of shoe- ing smiths. of the Mormon people under' most tryiug circumstances through being united. Other speakers were -Henry L. Him man of Cardaton, also. Aunt Zina Young Card, daughter of -.Pres. Brigham Young and widowed: wife of Chas. Ora Card, pioneer and founder of Cardstoiv both came to Cardston 29 years ago with the first settlers and spoke at length upon pioneer condi- tions and the marvelous growth -of the Mormon colonies since. The Sun- day evening session was -a continua- tion of the S. S. Convention, all the speakers dwelling on some particular phase of the Sunday school work. Z. W. Jacobs of Cardston was one of the principal speakers. A notable feature of the conference was the splendid work of the choir, Under ine direction of. their, able lead- er, James O. Bridge. PAGE THREE OM IE ON w (CONTINUED FHOM FKONT .........to the boys who were wounded He WUR here, there and everywhere with his bandages, water bottle and cheery smile, and many were the hies sings poured upon him. Fortunately hn, himself, was not wounded in thit fight. It was while he and two com- rades were going for water behind th TO BE ISSUED IN SEPTEMBER] By purchasing a bond you will help to WIN -THE WAR and obtain for yourself an investment of the highest class yielding a most attractive rate of interest. DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE OTTAWA. "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in the City. PERRY REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALDALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL AOL'iSON 4 HIQQINS, OALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, FAT'S LUNCH. .PALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDGE CANDY .KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO, B. 6. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAPE, MIKE SALOrJlKI POOL ROOM NO. 4l ;