Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 3

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 6

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives

googlemap

Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY AUGUST THE LETIlBninOE DAILY HERALD. PAGE THREl "a'gBK.'.rB ATHLETICS TIE THE RECORD AMERICAN FOR LOSSES AMEUIGAN Chicago......... -IS Boston.......... 44 Cleveland....... SK New York....... 55 48 Detroit.......... ft? St. Ignite......'.. PI Wash i 11 51 Philadelphia..... SO Senators LOGC TVJO St. Louis, AUK. and Groom in vincible, while Washington's pitchers were hit almost at will and St. Louis won both games today, the first 2 to (I and tlu; sormtd to 1. A double by Foster in I ho ninth in- ning oC fhe second gamo after Wil- liams had walked and stolen second, spoiled a no-hit gaum for Plank and Bont aves Washington's only run of the day. hi the first game Groom hold llMi visitors to four hits, while Sialei got a IDHIU run in tiui soventit and (Irovc in Groom with a two base bit in Inn fourlli for St. Louis' other runs. Washington........... 0 4 Si. Louis.............. 2 II Harper, Gallia and Henry; Groom and Scvftroid. Washington 1 I 3 St. Lonis............. 9 in 1 AyrcH, Shaw and Aintmiith; Plank and Severoid and Rumley. Tie Record For Losses Detroit. Aug. losing today's game to Detroit, i) (o 0 the defeat be ing the 20tli consecutive beating they have taken, the Athletics tied the Am- erican league record for losing streaks that was established by Boston in Boland shut out the Mackmen effort. Cobb and Vcach did Die- I'eaturt! work, getting seven safe- ties between them. PhiladelDhia 0 R 2 potrolt............... 0 12 0 Nabors and Haley; Doland and Bak- er. Win For Cleveland Cleveland, Aug. Russell nor L.OVO. could puzzle tlm Indians and Cleveland York !l to 4, :is Gould kept New York's lifts scat- tered one to an except in tho ninth; when a single.and a double j bunched with a- imas. I New York............ 4 S Cleveland............ 9 12 2 -Russell, Love and Walters; Gould and Col email. Chicago Drops One Chicago, -Aug. crept near- er to the top today when they defeat- ed Chicago G to 4. Only half a game separates the two leaders. The Red Sox won today's contest by heavy hitting, which routed Faber, Williams and Cicotte from the mound- Boston G 15 1 Chicago.............. 4 fi Brooklyn NATIONAL Bl Philadelphia Huston New York Chicago SI. Loiiiw i'iltshurg Cincinnati 47 41; 40 41 50 Phillies Win Philadelphia. Aug. stopped the play in Cincinnati's half of (lie eighth today and left Philadelphia the iviimcr 5 to 1. The homo team won by bundling hits off Knetxer.' Philadelphia........... 5 S 0 Kimtxer and Hixcy and Kil- lifer. Pittsburg-Bofcton. postponed, rain. Chicago-Brooklyn, called at end ol rain. St. Louis-New York, postponed, rain. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo 16, Richmond 1 Toronto 5, Baltimore 9. Rochester 0, Providence 0. Called at end of the 5Hi, darkness. Montreal-Newark, postponed, rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 2. r.IJuiiC-ripolis 1. Indianapolis 1, St. Paul Toledo J, Kansas City 1. Columbus 2, Milwaukee 11. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver K, Butte 6. Tacoma 7, Seattle a. Spokane-Great Falls game called in second inning, rain. PACIFIC COAST Los Angeles 3, San Francisco I. Oakland 1, Salt Portlaml-Venion, postponed, Port- land travelling. Tiie following letter has been re- ceived by .limmie of the Mounted Police bore, from Uail- isy Brown, one of the Australian ca- (lets, wlio recently visited Letlibridge. Tlie letter is written from AuHtralia: Dear our long and extensive travelling through your won-j Irons country, wo arrived back'home, much to our pleasure, for it very monotonous travelling the way On our wiiysaack wo passed through j Lcth bridge, but did not have time to; sec our friends in that fair and beauti- j fill city of the prairie. j Wn managed to New York, ind think it, some city, as you say. And we had all the, snow we want for some time. When I showed rny cousins (girls) he badges that you KU.VO me, they fuelled tiieui. They all thought them io fine. Mo.si. of the boys that were eligible: to enlist have gone up and have either! been passed or turned down', in fact, several of them have already gone to either Egypt or Flanders. Snowy wishes to be remembered to you all. Thanking you all for the fine time you gave me during my short stay in Letlibridge, I remain, Yours truly. Bailey B. Brown. 15c 2 for 30c A new foil starched light weight tape smarter than a soft collar TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL. FULTON HAS GOOD CHANCE FOR TITLE THINKS T. BURNS Vancouver, Aug. Burns, former world's heavyweight champion, is a visitor to Vancouver today. Tho former title-holder, weighing well over Got In On Land Drawing A in Two Weeks (From Our Own Correspondent) Champion, Aug. rain storm last Friday night was a great help ti the crops, which should be ready ti cut hi two weeks' time if all otlie conditions are favorable. The yiel< will be much smaller this year thai last on account of the damage ceived by hot winds. Sinclair Wright was one; of the thousand, five hundred and fifty who got a quarter 'suction on the Cuivill< reservation. Out of about [''niton has a good chance of bringing lonie the bacon should the big fellows ever meet. "Fulton is a cleverer man of badgers in the road. One he chas- ed through a grain field, and after wni.nl, ,.ta. witii Mays and Cndy; Falier, Williams, Ci- tiolte and Schalk. NORTHERN Superior 8. Fargo 1, Dulijth 0, PLAY.ERS ARE GOING UP Great Falls, Man., Aug. Cadroan, a veteran Northwestern lea- gue catcher, has been sold to the Oak- land, Cal., club of the Pacific Coast league. He is to fill the shoes of Elliott, who has left Oakland for tho majors. "Red" O'Brien, a for- mer Butte amateur, has signed with Vancouver as shortstop. Ray Kallio, Great Falls star pitcher, has been sold to the Detroit Americans. In 1914 Kal- Jio was sent to the Canada league. Oakland purchased him and there he- remained until this season, when he was secured by Detroit. j carefully Jie should eventually finish ip'in states Burns. "When he boxed Porky Flynn in New Orleans Fulton, after tufting a beating in the earlier rounds, came back'strong and had Klynn groggy. SHOCKER GOES TO YANKEES Toronto, Aug. Shocker, the leadiiiR pitcher of the International league, and who has done phenomenal work for the Leafs this season, left Saturday night for Detroit to join the Yankees. HIS FIRST CLEAN HIT Sam Agnew, of the Red Sox, hasn't been liitling we'll for several seasons, hut he punched Clark GrlflUh. on the nose and scored his first clean Iiit tho year. Your kin t Prince Albert tobacco meets your wishes in every bite, no parch; just cool, It rolls up into a cigarette you'll like better than any kind you ever tasted. The Prince Albert patented process cuts out bite and parch and you smoke as much as you like without trouble for your tongue. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! the international joy smoke is manufactured to be in a class by itself, to be better, to meet the taste of stnpkers all over the world. It is universal.'iii its popularity because it is so friendly to every man %yho likes to smoke a honre-made cigarette or a pipe. If your dealer cannot supply you, ask him to secure it through his wholesaler. You certainly owe it to yourself'to know just what a great amount of pleasure and satisfaction Prince Albert will afford you. Prince Albert it told throughout CaiMffa, "in ttu tidy red tin, olso in pound am? humidon. R, J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., N.C., U.S. V where old pump spout, ''put an end to his life." The badger attacked him several times and at one time fastened bis teeth in his hand, tear- ing a, gash about an-inch, and a half long. Bob Uobbio mid his wife are going to Calgary today where they intend to meet Miss Fair, .Mrs. Robbie's sis- ter. Miss Fair will come back with them and spend part of her holidays here. -Mr. and Mrs. Berger took in the fair at Vulcan last week.' Roy M off at took his driving tearr over to Vnlcan where they took first prize. Hugh Franii- also took a prize with his single driving horse1. Miss Burks, who has been working for Mrs. Duncan, Jeft Saturday and is spending a lew weeks wilh her sis- Mrs. Keeble, after which time ahe is going back to Harrison, Ida., where she is principal of the high school. Miss Duncan, with others, are go- ing to take in the Calgary stampede. Last week- Champion heat Vulcan in u baseball game. Thc score was 2 to 1. Chester Hyndnian. the barber, re- i turned the other week after a month's I holiday in the east. I Mr. and Mrs. Will Schenk motored down from Vulcan, spending the Sun- day at Duncan's. The f' Perfect Gum It keeps the tongue and lips moist soothes the throat relieves the strain of over-taxed muscles. On platforms, in halls or banquet boards it limbers the vocal chords. Carry it with you and nibble a bit to keep you as fit fiddle Is fit I it makes the next pipe or cigar taste better. Write Wm. Wrigley Jr." Co., 123: Wrigley Building, Toronto, for the Sprightly Spearmen's Mother Goose book. delicious flavors Chew H after every meal Sealed tight Kept right Spademan, Wlliunj .1. Stnngcr, Ivy JI. Steele, Ewart Wm. Stutchbnry, Nollie C. Sweet. Maurice L. 'fainter. Lime F. Teviotihile, Hairy G. Timbres, Fer- dinarrt Trethvay, Jack D. Tully, Hazel M. L. Van Bureu, Daniel Porter Var- Katherine Verrier, AViunitred G. Warlt, Gordon Watson, liuth Watson. Ruby V. Weber, Lila Webster, George G. Weir, Iva E Wetlerlwg. Wni. C. R Whittaker, Nettie E. Willows, Alban .D. Winsiioar, Lila JI. Wright. The following students must satisfy the High School and University Matriculation Examinations Board in the subjects indicated before being jsramod full Grade XII standing. They i will, however, be admitted to the Nor- Tho following :E a of the suc- cessful canduliiU'a at tbc dspaihnental examinations for Grailc XII. in Al- berta: Jessie AT. Arthur, .Tames Baker. Jes- sie M.: Ballantyne. Joiin H. Rates, A1- en J. Black, Alice M. Brown, Grace M. j Algebra XIJ; Donald Ilolman, Aly Catiiro, Rae Me. Chitticlt, 'Catherine XII; Winnifretl R. Johnstone, En On ride of Ifili ltdr red tin rou will rvin) i "PrKm P.IWI.J Mr Chrystal, Earl T. "Coffin, Jack F. Com er, Mark V. Coombs, Anna B. Copp, Annie B. Da ley. Albert Ale. Davidson, Margaret L. Davidson, John H. Uevine, P. Dickson, Christine A. Don- y, .Robert G. Douglas, Grace H. Dun- an, Allcon Dunham, Frances B. Dnns- vorth. Florence E.-Engelking, Marian j. English. Chas. S. Finlay, Minnie Gallay, Ehnslie Win. Gardiner. Daphne Garrison, Howard II. Gay, Janet M. SIbbs, Mabel C. Giles, Ernest Gillis, Jessie A. Goodhand. Chas. SI. Howard H. Hall. Muriel J. Hart, Ada fawUioruc, Ethel Olive P. iondorson. Grace D. Heninger. Gladys T. Holmes, Ethel -C.-Hopkins, Kertncy Howard. Lorna ID. Jackson, llhea B. faake, Edward S. Kane, Daniel H. Tehiiey, Mclvin T. King, Harry A. [oslfish, David S. A. Kyle. Claire At. Maude Leeman, Gold win iesenier, Eleanor S. Lowric, Arthur McBrine, Donald M. McCormack, utli'McMillan, Cutberine E, MacLean, Cathleen T. McPliee. Karl McRae, krahall Mallett, Stella Malonoy, Jorpthy M. B. Metkle. icoline C. Makkclbprg, Ixirn S. oraw, De- Purest N. Nelson, Douglas Norton, Mary Catherine C. O'Connor. Uaell A. Or Rrange, Alice M. Ouellette, Qlidjs, M A. Palk, Mary M. Palmer, Lorraine Patrick. Harry .A. Pearse, her H Poole. Kossio O. Porteous, Eric1 McT. Pyke, Grace U. HaTiiago, Chas. D.. .Jtoid, Grace M. Sybil M. Robortson. j A. Jean F. Ross, Lillian B. Olav SoUvitne, Kdwurel 'V.! uiai School ns conditioned students upon application being made to the Department of Education: Wilfred E. AiHlinoII, Algebra XII; Nettn H; Clarke, Algebra XII; Stuart R. Edgar, Trigonometry; Pendluton P. Griffith, English Language and his- tory of M. Mills, Algebra _ iish Language ami History of Lireature; Jurison O. C. Kirby, Agriculture and Chemistry XI; Eldon J. Liesemer, His- tory XJI and Physics XT; Theresa At. 'Lusted. Chemistry and Geometry XII; Ilobt. W. Moody, History XII, English Language and History of Lit- erature; Josephine Peterson, Algebra XII; Dorothy M. SUiney. Subjects of Grades X and XI not represented in her credits: Gail E. Algebm XII; Georgia A. Walt, History XII- Mary D. Whittaker, Physical Science XJI, Biology X. The following students have reeeiv- od credit on Grade XII, Part I stand- ing: y. Newell S. Drown. 5 -subjects; Walter Carter. 5 subjects: Philip J. Collins, j 4 subjects; J. T. Thompson, 5 sub-j jects; Reginald L. Harvey, 6 subjects; Louie I, Lang, 6 subjects; Floy E. Martin, 6 subjects; Lilly K. Munro, 7 subjects; Eldon R. Palmer, 5 subjects; Robert L. Pretty, 5 subjects; Agnes M. Suheffler. 6 subjects. THOMAS AND AUSTIN SUSPENDED; Chicago, Aug S.-rChqster Thomas, tho Boston American's catcher, .and Jimmy Austin, third baseman of the St. Louis indefinitely suspended by President Johnson for their .participation in a fist fight at St. Louis. The suspension of Thomas is considered a blow to Red Sox in their crucial series with the White Sox, which began yes- terday. Jim Lammi', president and owner of the Boston team, issued a. statement here today justifying Thom- as' participation in the fight at St. Louis, and afidert; "Had Thomas not gone after Austin and fought "back I would have fired him for lack of ag- ONEFOUR NEWS Onefour, Aug. and Mrs. J. E. WRHifsrelt and family motored to New Dayton Sunday. John Fisher from Nova Scotia pass- ed through Onefour yesterday on his way to New Dayton. The Micses Emma and Tilla Duncan visited Mrs. D. N. Current.in 2-5 'last Sunday. Tlie surprise party ancL'dance given at Conrfly in honor of far and Airs C. M. Larsen Monday evening, was a swell affair. The Ouefour orchestra furnished the music. The Blacktail ranch recently fin- ished cutting 100 tons of winter rye on the Bugbee place and slacked: up about 301) tons of good hay .from the crop, using 240 pounds of twine to tie the bundles. This speaks well for the agricultural possibilities of the district. 8ETTLI BY ARBITRATION New York, Aug.i W. H. Hanger of the United States of mediation-ami conciliation, announced lere today that as a result of a con- 'erence belwuen representatives of the Switchmen's Union of North Ameri- ca and tho raiiroans, both sides bad agided tp.jottlo their differences by arbitration "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbriclge Beer- ALBERTA'S PRIDE (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in the City. PERRY A REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALDALF HOTEI WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL' ADDISON (t HIGC.INS, GALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, FAT'S QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDQE CANDY KITCHEN, WONG, BING WO, B. c. :RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAFE, SALONIK! POOL ROOM NO. 6 ;