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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1.018, THE' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD. .orrible Massacre Shocks Baseball World; Kilties Win It, was an excruciating rounders. Tho Kilties won by 18 to 8. Iloncci it was not baseball. About 2HII fans jouriicycdMo tlio ball park to son Mm game. Some stayed and some didn't. 11111 Regan's suiiad was Chicago. Ann. Cobb contin- ues his close pursuit ot Trls .Speaker for American league batting honors, i with Joo Jackson hanging on to third j place, according to averages, inclnd-1 ing records of Wednesday's Ramos, j published lisro toilay. Oobb leads in i stolen bases with 37; Weaver. Chicago. In sacrifice him. with 29; Baker, New j York in home runs, with 8; Jackson! In total bases, with 190; Speaker, In runs scored, with 72, and Detroit in club batting, with .252. Tlie leading hatters, counting only those who have played in halt tlio games of their clubs: Cobb In Second Place Sneaker. Cleveland, .388; Cobb. Dc- fvoit, Jackson. Chicago, .3-16; Crawford. Detroit, .318; Until, Cleve- land. Burns. Detroit. .300; Sisler, St. I.onis, 237; Felsrh. Chicago. .235; Hoblitzcl. Boston, .290; Nunamaker, New York, .2SS. Lending pitcliors for 17 or more games: Won Lost E.R. (''nllop. New York 9 1 11 nnvo.leskio. Detroit ...H 8 1.S7 .Faber. Chicago 9 3 2.00 .Koob, St. Louis.......... IM Jlays, Boston...........11 1-J1 Williams. Chicago....... 8 1 2.S7 iRusseil. Chicago .........H 1-p" Hulli. Boston ............l-r> 9 2.39 Shore, Boston ...........10 Johnson, Washington ----18 11 1.98 Robertson Leads National Tiobertson. still in Hie lead, and Dan- liert, his closest rival, increased, their averages in the National. Carey, Pitts- burg, ran his stolen base total lip to Flack. Chicago, is ahead in sacri- fice, llits with 39; Williams. Chicago, in borne rims with 10; Hornsby, St. Louis, in total bases with 160; Daub- cl-f with 58, and Brook- lyn in team bilting .258. Leading batters: Robertson, Now York. .318; Daubert, Brooklyn, .320; Long, St. Louis, .310; Chase, Cincin- nati. .318; Wagner, PiUsbnrg, .318; Hornsby, St. Louis, .315; Zimmerman, Chicago, .306; Selmlte, Chicago-Pitts- burg, .800; Whined, Philadelphia, .298; Wheat, Brooklyn, .297. Hughes Best Pitcher [.ending pitchers for 17 or games: Won Lost B.R.! Hughes, Boston .........IS S 2.49 Pfeffor, Brooklyn........IS Alexander, Philadelphia .19 out to win. They had to do It to even up on tho barnstorming series, so Hill turned them loose and they did the trielc. The liattery battery fllvvered. Blair essayed to hand out the slants with I'ottB as bis receiving mate, lilair hadn't had a ball in his hand this year while I'otts is just a few days out of the hospital, so there may have been some excuse. When the Kilties bad piled up 11 juicy runs, Cap. Stewart of the Battery ragged himself to the mound. As a rule ho has somehtlng on the ball but all that, could be noticed last night was the cover and the High- landers just about knocked that off. Seven loud and clamorous swats ripen- ing into seven tallies was the result of his round on the .mouil'l, so in the riflh ho cnased himself to second base and Gunner Bonnell took up the bur- den Mo was the only hurler put up who sot away with It, blanking I he llulli in tile fifth and last period. Only five innings were played. The spectat- ors figured out what nine inninp would have been for to H. i Card was on the hump for .the Kilt- ies. He was boasting a sore wing and yielded up enough hits which combin- ed with errors gave the Battery eight runs. In the first they annexed throe hits for a total of runs. In the fifth and last frame they got two more, making eight. And ,'nat's about all. To say more would bo as superfluous as sixteen or so of the runs made during the same. A couple of accidents added spice lo the proceedings. Tn tho second Mas- on on second for picked up a hot one on the point of bis mid- dle finger and went out of the pro- ceedings with the member split bill not broken. Then in the third Holts and Home went after a high fly. It looked like.the catcher's ball but when the smoke had cleared away Potts was out. He stayed with tho game through the innings but afterwards fainted and went to the hospital with a broken rib. Some ot the details: Brooklyn fit Philadelphia Erl Boston 54 New York........ 43 Chicago......... 17 St. Louis........ 4li I'ittsburK 41 Cincinnati....... 40 SB 41 .11 51 09 G! .WSJ 60S 1 iilli' :i84 Giants Win. New York. Aug. York mode it three out of four from Chicago heitt today winning the last game of; tho j series to 2. A feature of the Berlesj just finished is that New York'made only K hils in Ibe four games and] won three games in each of which it! only made three bits. 2 tt 21 New York.............. 3 OJ I.avedner, Preadergast, Seaton and Wilson: Scluibb, Vesereau and llari- den Archer. Pounded Ames Hard. Philadelphia. Aug. won today's game from St. Louis by knocking off the rubber in four innings, the score being 5 to :t. Noih- nff had three singles and. a double in four times at bat. SI. Louis.............. 3 11 '1 1 Like a Screen Door to the Body On those sticky summer days when fresh breezes are as far apart as ths poles, you will revel in the cool comfort de- rived from the open cellular cloth of W. G. R. t >nd summer garments. Up. KLOSED KROTCH UNDERWEAR Withtad'WiUlout Webbing. Ask (or W3. Tb. Greint Home Co.. till. Nearly a Record. Detroit. Aug. losing today's game to Detroit 1 to 2 the Philadelphia club placed itself in a position to tie Philadelphia 5 11 Ames. Lotz and flonzales: Chalmers Boston's record oi 20 consecutive de Demaree and Killlfer. j feats established years ago. Today's Reds Lose Again. I defeat was the 1'Jtli straight for Conny Boston Aug The Braves scored I Mack's team. The Athletics had an a double shut out over Cincinnati excellent opportunity to end their los- day, winning the first game. 2 to (I and I ing streak as Movers was very gon, the second game G 10 0. Toney pitch-j and Coveleskie. bail M Haley's wild ed a ercat. same for the Keds in the j throws killed their chances. first contest allowing but two hits, a Philadelphia triple by Maranville and a double by Wilson. He received wretched sup- port. Boston connected for only six safe drives in the second game off Moseley. but they were timely and scored runs. First Cincinnati.............. 0 Boston 2 Toney and Wingo; Barnes Blackburn. Second Cincinnati Boston........ Moseley and Clarke; Allen Blackburn, Iliihn. Pittsburg-Hrooklyn, rain. 292 Detroit a 1 Meyers and Haley; Coveleskie and Baker. AMERICAN Cleveland Loses. Cleveland. Aim. bast; running gave New York ;i S to 2 vift- torv over Cleveland today. Stolon 2 {i liases gave New York one of its runs "and while bad base running by Cleveland cost two rims. Tliu winning tally was scored in the eiplit.li on Peckinpaugh's 0 10 0 double and OMrins's single. Cleveland G 6 Fisher out oC the box but and! round Sluiwkey a puzzle. New York............. 10 1 Cleveland 9 1 Fisher, Shawkey and Nunamaker; Bagby ami Daley. Chicago I Boston Cleveland New York Detroit........ Washington St. Louis...... Philadelphia Kilties AB McCalg, Ib............ Coggan, cf........... :i Card, p 1 Llpsit, If. 4 Miller, rr. 3 McMillan. 3b........... 4 Macalouey. 4 .McDonald, ss........... 4 Regan, c............. 3 Battery Benton, New York Coombs, Brooklyn JMxcy. Philadelphia Marnaux, Plttslmrg Cheney, Brooklyn Bender, Philadelphia Rudolph. Boston in J) 11 14 D 10 1.S5 1.43 3.S9 1.04 1-lil 3.20 2.46 Ilorne, Ib. Potts, c........ Love, ss. Stewart, p. 2b. Bonnell, cf, 2b, p. Mason, 3b. AB 2 -i Duncan, rf, cf......... 3 Blair, p., .c. 3 Streeter, rf. 2 25 S 10 Score by innings: Kilties 70 IS Battery............UOO, 02 X Umpire: E. Downing. 5G 51 44 -15 47 50 iirt 51 79 581 561) 659 539 ,S2S 505 r.io 194 Sox Increase Lead. Chicago, .-vug. increased its lead for first place over Boston tp- day by winning the first game of the seribs from the world's champions by a. score of 7 to 1. The White outplayed the visitors' at all stages of the game. Leonard's offerings. were batted to all corners of the lot and Russell had little difficulty holding Carrigan's men safe. Ness' home run. Russell's steal of home and" a squeeze play executed oy Ness and Schalk were features. TJoston.............. 1 7 1 Chicago................ 7 13 0 Leonard and Agnew, Russell and Schalk, Carrigan. St. Louis Jumps Up. St. Louis, Aug. Louis took sixth place from Washington by de- feating them in 10 innings today 3 to 2. Sisler's double in the 10th scored Shotton who had singled with the win- ning run, Shotton made all St. Louis' IS. Washington............ 27 0 St. Louis.............. 3 9 2 Gallia, Ayres, Johnston and Henry Ainsmith, Weilman, Groom and Sev- eroid Hartley. NORTHWESTERN Ta'coma. 2; Seattle, 1. No other team travelling NORTHERN First game-r Superior, 1. Second Superior, 2; Winnipeg, 3. Fargo, 1; Dulntli, 4. No games in Coast association or Northwestern. INTERNATIONAL First Buffalo, 2; Toronto, 0. Second game- Buffalo, 7; Toronto, I, NO other games scheduled. EXPLOSION I NDAYTON. Dayton, Ohio, Aug. men were inured, one probably fatally, three seriously and three severely burned and bruised Sunday, by an ex- plosion in the Recording and Comput- ing Machine company's plant in the southern part of the eity, when a quantity of powder used in the manu- facture of war munitions went of. An order for barrels of flour was received from the entente allies by Shane Brothers and Wilson of Philadelphia. A large part of the order, which amounts to about 000, will be milled in South Dakota and Minnesota it was announced. Aboard The whole country is buying this latest Overland. Its popularity has spread like wildfire. No wonder. A horsepower, light, eco- nomical five passenger touring car at was revolutionary. We could do it because our factory is the largest in the world. Come in and see it todav. D. S. WILLIAMSON CO., 320 9TH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1546 Willys-Overland, Limited Hud Office .nj Toronto, Touring Roadster f.o.b. Toronto 3LK 4 cylinder hlM molar 4-fach tirMI on raw CantiUvcr rear 11 body EUcl'lc Elaetrie The Big Fair Feature Goes To Lomondites By Score Seven to Four Vulcan, An p. and Stavc- ly cumo togetlier'for the first time this year here yesterday and provided a big fair feature. The K.-UDB. while not the best seen in the.se parts, was a good one and on account of Stavely'ts errors Lomond pulled out of the fray with 3 runs to the good, the score lie- ing 7-4. According to Hoyie. Stavoly should have won if the game had gone the way llaynes, their pitcher, would have it go. He only allowed cluan hits arid struck out 7 men. with no passes. Lomond's twlrler, Wigg. was also working In good order although he was hit harder than Haynes, he was able to keep them scattered and was "there" in the tight places. His support was good too, every man on the team playing the game from the start. "Doc" Nelson and Torgesuu gave de- cisions so satisfactorily that argu- ments were few. Score by inninss: Lomond 3 0 0 n 2 0 0 2 Stavely..... Cowley, Aug. spite ot' wars and rumors of war the North Pork Polo club has once again decided to go to Spokane on a hunt for the championship to be played for on Sept. 4. Their team is exactly the same as the team they sent a couple of years ago on the same mission. The captaincy of the team has passed from Harry Grant to J. Milvain, They will give the American team plenty of hard riding-. IE present arrange- ments hold good the team will -be made up as follows: James Milvain, captain; H. A. Gunn, Bertie Connelly, Hollo Barn. ST. PATRICK'S WINS. The result of the baseball game between Knox and St. Patrick's Juniors last night was St. Patrick's 16, Knox li. Batteries Knox, Penny- feather and Geigher, St. Pat- ricks, Cholac and Znbach. Umpire Bruce. 4 GOVERNMENT MAY ESTABLISH SMELTER. North Bay, Out, Aug. es- tablishment by the government of customs smelters In Northern Ontario was hinted at in a speech here Satur- day night by-Hon. G. Howard Fergu- son, minister of lands, forests and mines, who said that he would not be surprised if the government took up- on itself the task of establishing cus- toms smelters, which would be a ben- efit to small mine owners in that part of the country. mm OF (CONTINUED Fitoai FRONT PAGE) MAGRATH Alagrnth, Aug. a continua- tion of warm weather, harvesting will be brought on as soon as last year, a few tall grain patches will be cut this week, some early harlcy and rye was lie latter part of last week, and the earliest spring grain will be seen in the shock some time during next week. The acreage is almost as large as last year, but will possibly not yield quite so heavily, on acouut of a large acreage being disced in. .CARDSTON Cardaton, Aug. district has fairly jumped along toward har- vestiiig time the last two" weeks, ow- ing to.the dry, warm weather. To the west and south crops are still -eported from a week to ten days later .but. rapidly. To the north along the Belly and Wa- ;ertqn Jlirera crops are almost as far advanced as last year. East to Raley ind .Wqqlford, crops arc .very.little Inter-tliih'iiiBt year at this time. -AHvain.will be shorter as to straw, ;nit. yield will make a splendid in some parts of the hill country will be even better than last year. Late grain will need more moisture to raoke a good the early grain' is in fine condition and fall wheat will be ready for cutting by the 20th of August if not before. .Haying Es hi full blast and tlmotfcy is a splendid hay is also nit excellent stand. Taken as a whole, tho Cardston ills- "Nobleman'" trict never looked mure only iiilvnrKo point IB tho decreas- cct acreage whluli will be about twenty- five cent under hist year. PINCHER CREEK HiK'lHii1 ('reek, Aug. la estim- ated by good authority that crops In tills 'district will not exceed 60 per cent, of tho crops garnered last year. This is owing mostly to tho unfavor- able weather for ploughing last making a Kbortage of land ready for seeding tins spring. If the weather continues warm and dry, it is expect- ed that In the last week of this month we will again hoar tho song of tho binder. The general estimate oi! the different grains and hay in crop are as follows: JiiiOO acres of wheat, which wMl average 25 bus.; IJ.OflO acres of oals. average G5 bus.; -100 acres bar- ley. There easily acres of hay, tho timothy of which averages abont tons to the acre, timothy hay has novor been of a hotter (jiinl- ity than this year, hut the quantity doer, not quite come np to tho past record. COWLEY Cowley. Aug. hot days and far from cold nights have worked won- ders with the crop. The acreage actu- ally in crop is probably (if; per cent of last year, the prospects per acre are probably SO per cent of last year, but every hot day improves those pros- pects. Spring wheat is coming very fast, some of the spring wheat, south- east of Cowley on the Old Man river will feel the, knife in less than ten days, given a continuance of this wea- ther. The fall wheat is going to be a good crop and is assured. The hay crop Is going up very fast and very well, the actual yield is probably lid per cent, of last year, hut the finality is hotter and the slacker and appear to be successfully replacing the men who have enlisted. The labor question Is nut going to be any more serious than expected, probably less so. MONARCH Monarch, Aug. around this point are improving daiiy. To tho south-east of here crops are nearly as heavy as last year, direct south the crops looks about an average of "0 bushels to the acre, west of here the crops are very heavy and north and nortii-west fully tip to last year, but the best looking crops He north-east of town, where 4a bushels and up look like being threshed. Cutting will start about the 28th, on the south side, and about -1 days later on the north of the C. P. H. track. The average will he about U5 per cent wheat, 35 per cent oats and no flax or barley. NOBLEFORD Nobleford, August in this district are progressing favorably and many of them look exceptionally fine. About 80 per cent of the total crop Is in wheat, 15 per cent in oats and abont PAGE THREE Prompt Relief from the ali-tqo-common ills of the digestive organs weak Stomach, torpid liver and inac- tive is found in the always safe, sure, quick-acting BEECHAM'S PILLS Urititt Sale oFAnr Mcdicinn m t tin World. Sold In baxei. 25 cenU. 5 per cent in flax and barley, thero being but little flax and less barley. Many of the crops arc hardly so far ad- viinced as they were last year, al- though there are some fields which will he cut just as early. No damage ha.s been done by runt or hail in this district. Some few fields have been slightly affected by a blight which, came about three weeks ago, but this is not at all general. Cutting will start within the next two weeks, in some places next week. The wheat is rapid- ly ripening and will soon be ready tor the binder. TABER Tabpr. Aug. 5. The various crops, In tins district, were never better than. now. The weather lias been all 'that could be desired. All crops are free from smut, and hail damage is nil. Out north of town Mr. Thorpe lias made preparation to start cutting 200 acres oC wheat on "Monday. Perry Love 1ms about a 1500 acre crop which wiil be ready In six days. South- west, Mr. Schnrn has started today to cut his barley. The crops south ftnd east are not so far advanced, and will not be ready for about 10 days. Hay- malting IK now in full swing and heavy. crops are reported all round. BOW ISLAND Bow Taland. Aug. The percentage of crops comparing with the year 1915 is: Wheat 85. oats 75, barley 75, flax 100, and the crons at the present aro nearly as far advanced as they were at this time last year, and with the continued warm weather they will be ready in another week. There are no indications of. rust or damage of any kind and many farmers will be cutting within the next week or ten days and will be in full blast within two weeks if weather continuea as now, indications excellent. VULCAN Vulcan. Aug. Harvest will be gei> era! in three weeKs. The present wea- ther is ideal for ripening grain in some places is well turned. Your correspondent made a trip through the east country, to Lomond, and saw field after field ot grain which will easily make forty bushels to the acre. Oats and flax are growing well, PROMOTER the equal of most 15c. Cigars. Some Tobacconists will try to sell you other brands. WHY? Simply because there is less profit to them on "Promoter" at S for 25c. S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL "Makers Fine Cigen fa aott Half m Cexliiry'- I9 "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge Beer- "ALBERTA'S PRIDE (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places 'in the City. PERRY REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COAL-DALE MOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL. CASTLE HOTEL ADDISON HIGGINS. 5SALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, FATS QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDGE CAN DY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO, B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAFE, MIKE 8ALONIKI POOL ROOM ;