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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 101.0 .THE LETHBR1DGR DAILY HERALD LAWN BOWLING CONTEST FOR THE BUCHANAN CUP Tbo hvn silver clips presented by !W. A. lllucluinan iU.P., for animal competition between the members of the Lawu Bowling will be: played (or Friday evening, weather permitting. This contest should be tlm keenest event of the Heason (is the different entries are jo evenly matched. There will be one ytuno each evening as tile cmi- lest, is a luiockout urfair. The sult of this premier event should be determined by the end of next week. Each game to start promptly at sev- o'clock and to be piaycd in the order of the following draw: Preliminary Round Hntton and .1. Cameron, vs. It. Scott ami II. W. ('nuvfoid. Winners above preliminary vs. .1. Livie and W. Willetts. Oeo. Jones and .1. Campbell vs. II. Balilry and Hugh Scott. W K. Adams and .1. Oliver VB. W Clarke and K. P. Stewart. ti U'm-ii -.itiil 1 Fnirlev v BRETON ARROW COLLAR POINTS WORN FLAT OR ROLLED OUTWARD IlcM.lfitMtlUrUcllftrll.71 INC. MONTKEAL are an It. Ward and .1. Fairley vs. J. Mcll- vena and L. Chown. BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Brnoklyn...... Philadelphia Boston........ New York....... Chicago-....... Ht. Louis....... PiHsburg Cinciunati 47 47 41 41 42 11 47 Alii .427 .'JS3 Cinci Divides Double Header Philadelphia, Aug. pitching duel and a slugging bee were staged in a double header hero today, Phil- adelphia winning the former, 1 to 0. and Cincinnati the hard hitting con- test S to 7. Alexander pitched in wonderful style in the first game, and had the better of Sclmlz. After the visitors liounded Bender for five runs'in the first innings of the sec- ond contest, Philadelphia tied the score in two innings. In the fifth throe doubles and two singles drove Bender oft the rubber and gave Cin- cinnati three runs and the victory. Cincinnati...... 3 0 1 'J l Schulz, and Wingo; Alexander, Mc- Quillan and Killifer. Second Cincinnati......... 8 Philadelphia 10 Mitchell and Wingo; Bender, Oosch- Eer ana Bums.......... Cubs Shut Out Brooklyn, Aug. Cheney held the Cubs to two scattered bits today and scored a shut out II to 0. Meanwhile, the Brooklyns pounded three of the visitor's pitchers, knock- ing Vaughn out of the box in the tirst inning. Chicago.............. 0 2 3 Brooklyn.............. u 7 Vaughn, Prendergast and Wilson; Cheney and Miller, Elliott. Broke Even New York, Aug. York and St. Louis broke even in a double-1 header today. St. Louis won the first game 3 to 0, while" the Giants easily the second game S to 4. St. Louis scored all its runs in the first inning of the first same. The Giants bunched hits in the second game on Steele.. In the second inning of the game, played the bidden ball irieu on Mcridc. St. Louis............. 3 3 1 New York............. I) 2 Uoak and Gonxales; Bentou, Smith, and Haridcn. Kocher. Second St. Louis............. 4 0 2 New York............ 8 10 0 Steele and Snyder; Perritt and Bariden. Pittsburg-Boston, both games post- poned; wet grounds. AMEHICAN Boston......... 60 44 ..577 Chicago......... Cl .570 Cleveland 59 45 .567 New York 55 49 .529 Detroit 57 51 .538 St. Louis 56 51 .523 Washington...... 51 53 .490 Philadelphia '20 SO .200 Two Home Runs Cleveland, Aug. of the Now York team, knocked the ball over the right field wall in.the sixth inning, putting New York'in the ;i to 2, hut in the liming following, I Smith hatted for Pitcher Covelesklo, or Cleveland, and duplicated Pipp's feat, driving in "Leonard ahead ot him, winning 'tim game 5 to 3, New York......... 3 10 1 Cleveland 5 10 0 Shawkey and Nuuainaker; Covelea- kie, Klepfer and Coleman, O'Neill. Break Losing Streak Detroit, Aug. losing .20 straight games, and equalling the Am- erican league record for consecutive defeats set by the Boston club in Philadelphia today broke its loslug streak by defeating Detroit 7 to 1. Philadelphia.......... 7 S 2 Detroit............... 1 4 2 Bush and Haley; Dubuc, Cunning- I ham and Baiter. .McKce. i Nosed out of Firet Place Chicago, Aug. nosed Chi- cago out of first place in the Ameri- can -league, pennant race today by winning a 12-iunIng pitchers? tfuel to 3 to 1. Jim Scott and Ernest Shore, the peer of the last world's series, were pitted against each other and each delivered his best wares in the pinches.. The world's champions won the !l1 Mts- After one was out-Gardner singled in the TABER CRESCENTS WANT GAME HERE Manager Tuftland of the Ta- bor Crescents was in the city on Monday to see the sol- diers' ball game and informed ihfi sporting editor Unit his team would like to come to Lelhbridge Cor a game. The Crescents lowered the Kiltie colors to l ami arc quite stuck on themselves. The.Old- Timers are ready to accept the defi and when Jupiter PMiviui? fiuits his weeping an effort will be made to arrange a game. 13th and E. Scott followed, witli safe hit. Cady then singled to leftj and scored Gardner willi the winning' run. They made victory sure, how- ever when Hooper's single counted W. Scott. Boston............... 3 0 1 10 1 Shore and Cady; Scott and Schalk. St. Louis Again Wins St. Louis. Aug. Louis beat AVashington again today, 4 to 1 by batting Walter Johnson in the first inning, making enough runs to win the game. Washington........... 1 7 2 St. Louis............ 4 7 2 Johnson and Alnsmith; Hamilton, Davenport and Severoid. who have included one language as an option are entitled to university matriculation standing In addition to a Grade XI. diploma. Anderson, .Olga; Andruw, Dorothy CL; Anlijuntl, Elvira; Archibald, ilan- na 15.; AruiHtruiiK, Miriam T.; Asp, Gfirda 15.; Avis, lather; Uallie, Tom; Maker, Julia M.; Balaam, Ruth V.; Baldwin, Vera A.; BiUlantyne, .May M.; Harnctt, Pearl Barr, Gertrude M.; Beach, Adelaide C.; Beattio, J.; Ueaudettu, -Yvonne I.; Bernstein, Sar- ah; Bessette, Aldiu B.; lljorkgren, Elvira H.; Blair. Leilla Howe, Annie; Brnwrink. Claire G.; Brlggs, Frad Irene; Broudbent, Gertrude Hroad foot, Edythc M.; Brown, Anunra; Brown, William, Bryner. Gwendolyn; Buck- ham, Bessie A.; Dtickton, Clara M.M.; Burnell, Burl, Ilessie; Cal- kins, Margaret, K.; Campbeii Cath- erine Camplujll, Lily; Carlisle, Barbara M.; Canuiclmel, Bernico; Carmichael, Elaie M.; Cascadden, .Mary K.; Caslnnan. Wlnnifrcd I.; Cas- sidy, John S.; CawicTiel. llosa K.: Center, Margaret Chadwiclc, Mar- orlc U: Chandler, Levi D.; Clark, Ward F.; Clauson, Eimma M.: Clay, Eva L.; Clare, Klsie Coatsworth Gladys; Coclirane, lUjbei-t G. P.; Coo- I per, Edgar M.; fopenule, Mamie O.; Corrigan, 11.: Cowen, 1'jdith K.', Cowen, Philip II.: Cox, Mlllicont C.; i Cross, Annie 11.; Cross, .Janet I Crowe, Tluilnia C.; Daly, tivelfne L.; j David, Muisie; Davidson, janius U.; Davles. George I..: DnFurcst, Anna Dempster, Kdlth K.: Uenson. H. Dick, Edith Dick. Dick- son, Andrew A.; .Marion I.; Dobbs, Harriet M.: Dob.son, Thelma .1.; Donaldson, Ariluir; Drake, Wray V.; Dunham, Lindun Dunlop, M.; DuEEeault, Joseph East, Cdsel; Edwards, Herbert Egeuberger, Rosamond; ifelmpey, Eitma E.; Bth- ridge, Jennie M-; lithridge, May B.; AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 7; Kansas City 13. Louisville 5; Minneapolis 3. Indianapolis 7; St. Paul 4. Columbus, 3- Milwaukee 1. INTERNATIONAL Montreal 8; Newark 3. Second Montreal 7; Newark 0. Rochester 2; ProvMence 3, Second game- Rochester 3; Providence i. Buffalo 2; Richmond 1. Second Buffalo 2; Richmond 1. Toronto 6; Baltimore 4. Second Toronto 5; Baltimore 12. PACIFIC COAST Los Angeles 7; San Francisco 8.. Oakland 2: Salt Lake 7. Portland 2; Vernon I. NORTHWESTERN Tacoma 0; Seattle Vancouver 12: Butte 37. Spokane 7; Great Falls 3. IE ELEVEN The is a list of the suc- cessful candidates at tile departmen- tal examinations for Grade XI. Those Ewing, Stanley K.; Falla, Hazel M.; Ferguson, F. Harold; Fidler, Jarnes S.; Fllmor, Evelyn II.; Finlay, .Mag- gie- Pish, P.; Fitzgerald, I. S.; Fitz- gerald V. Flack 1-i.M.; Carman; Flynn, Hilda -M.; Ford, lloua G.; Foster, Gordon L.; Fowler, Annie Fredell, Anna 11.; Fryers, Beu- lah; Fuller, Elvina A.; Gaetz, Howard R.; Gaffney, Jolianne E.; Gale, Stella; Gardiner, John II.: Gareau, Elixa; Oerln, Jules G.; Gibson, George n.: Giles, Roy M.; Goodman, Aaron; Goodman, Katie; Goodman, Nlom; Gordon, Marguerite; Grant, Eleanor D.; Grant, Karl L.; Green, James C.: GutimundBon, August E.; Halsall, Deborah E.: Hanson, Fred W.; Hard- ing, Elsie M.; Hargrove, Madge F.; Hastie, Thomazetta: Hatch, S. Lor- enzo; Haworth. David C.; Hayes, Flor- ence E.: Heath, Catherine A.; Heath- coto, E'lsle M.; Heathcote, Minnie: Heninger, Feme: Herhut, Annie; Herron. Blale .11.; Hasketh, Sabina JL; Hibbs, Esther A.; Holmes, Mar- garet; Hoover, Elsie M.; Hope, Jean T.; 'Home, Gerald R. T.; Howe, Al- legra V.; Hoyle, Linda G. E.; Huckell Robert G.; Hughes, Rebecca E.; Hull Louise M-: Hunt, Margaret F.; Hun- ter, Eldred John R.; Hyde Alice E.; IngVabam, Mabel L- Irvine, A.; Irving, M.L.; Jaltray S. K.; James S. B.; Jennings, Bertha C.: Johnston, Charlotte L; Johnson, Alva E.; .Ton- ason, Jonas: Jones, Hazel F. M.; Kap- ler, Clara E.; Kassian, Elizabeth S.; Kennedy, Irene II. M.; Kilduff, Wil- liam E.; Knox, JIary C.: Kruger. Win.1 Cecil; La Fleclic, Helene M.; La Londe, Beatrice A.; Landon, Grace E.; Langford, Geo. B.: Langston, F. Robert; Lapointe. Harriet; Lawton, Wilfrid R.: Lebeau. Merle A.; Leech, Carl A.; Lehmanii, Ferdinand; Lim- pert, Vera E.: Little, Hector Bruce; Logan, L. A. D.; Long, Allison: Love- land, Marion; Loveland, Mc- Bride, Freda: McCall, Leonard S.; aicConnell, Alexander; G. B.; McCune, Undine; McDonald, Hugh Allan; McDonald, Mary E.; McEleney, Bernard'P.; McFarland. Joseph D.; McFarlane, Ethel JL: -McGuire, John; Mclntosh, Jeanette T.; AIcKay, Alice M.; McKay, Glen R.; McKay, Mary R; More for Dollar Never before has a dollar been able to purchase so much auto- mobile. Never before have you been able to get so much for so little. This new Overland has a giant of a full horsepower. And it is getting 2016 25 miles on a gallon of gas! That's real efficiency plus real economy. Complete with 1890. Order yours today. D. S. WILLIAMSON CO., 320 9TH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 15W Limittd OlSca and WMt Toronto, put. .Marsurot L.; McKeiizie, Wlllard; JlcKernan, Heslnald; Me- KItrlgk, Jenn K.: McKitricli, Ollvo A.; McLean, Cliristine; McLean, .James II.; McLean, Marguerite K McLen- nan, Suiian McMillan, Uohina U.; McNah, Annie 11.; McNalr, Florence M.; McNangllt, Kobert A.; McNaufib- ton, Pearl K.; McNicbol. Uorutliy J.; McNIchoI, Florence M.: McQueen, ChriKtlnn C.: McRorio. Edwards; Ma- caulay, Archie F.; MacDonalil. Kdlth: MacDonahl, Jessie; .MacDonald, Mar- lon L.: MacEachern. Alay .M.; .Mac- Gregor, Mary S.; SlacKcnilc. Ktliel M. D.; MacKcnzie, Norman F.; Mac- Lschian, Gleilwell L.; MilcNnbb, .1.; .MacPherson, Kathcrlue F.; Mahaffey, Oro V.; Main, Hannah S.; Main, Mary; Mallory, Katherine Malmberg. I. .1.: Martin, David J.; Mason, Kath- leen M.; Mason, Hoy Matheson, John A.; Matheson, Hoy 0.; Mat- hews, C. Wlnulfred; Michener, Daniel It.: Mickelson, Margaret C.; Millar, Edward J.: .Millar, Jean F.; Millies, Miuide; Montgomery, Xella M.; Moody .Harold S.; Mooney, Stella .M.; Moore, Lloyd D.: Morgan. Burton: Mueller, William II.: Muldoon. Har- vey C.; Murray, Margaret E.; Myers, Henry B.; Nelson, Frances M.; Net- trover, Annabel: Nevler. Alex L.; Amy A.; Non-combe, Hilda; j Nicholson, Kaye Z.; Nicholson. Hal- lam C.; Nielson. Sigvald: Nix. Harold Leiike: Noble. Robert C.; Xyburg, Karl Harry: Osborne, Ina; Ottewell, Ccdric Phlliip; Parsons. William F.: I'atersnn. Frank W.: Patterson, Mar- garet D.; Petlerson. Velva M.; Pendle- ton, Jane; Mary: Pollard, j Florence Palmerleau. Elodio D.; j Poplmm, Hattie L; Pomilestone. John; Pricn, Louise L; Probert. Lillian A.: Quigg, Roy; Ranks, Coral L; Rails, .Mabel R.: Raver. Helen J.: Read, Mrs. M. V.: Redd, Preston L.; Reeves, Marjone K.; Reid, Caroline H.; Reid. Lillie; Helnhold, Annie: Richardson, Edward Thomas; Riches, Percival, L F.; Robbing', Leslie; Robertson, Ken- neth L.; Robertson, Margaret R.; Robinson, Douglas L.; Robinson, Flor- ence A.; Robinson, Vera Berkeley: Hobison, Jessie, M.: Robison, Mil- lard ,L: Rogers. Helene H.; Ross, Hessie M.; Roth, Edna I.; Rosseau, Yvonne; Rliryk, John; Russell, Jas. G.; Bamls, Earl L.; Sanderson, Jas. 0. G.; Sang, Davina; Schmalz, Louisa E.; Scott, Carl A.; Scott, Blfleda; Shanks, Margaret Knith; Shaw, Ivey B.; Shijiua, u. Slllak ,T. O. Sylves- ter, B.; Simmons, Leah N.: Simpson, A. M.; SimpEon, Mamie, S.; Sleath, Dorothy B.; Slater, Ruth N.; Smtbert, Myrtle L.; Smith, Clara M.; Smith, Isabel C.; Smith, Louise A.; Smith, Madge E.; Solberg, Ethel L.; Bonder, Stella M.; Spangelo, Ella M.; Sproule, Edna M.; Sprung, Sibyl P.; Stanford, Margaret L.; Stanton, Rhea B.; Star- ratt. Agnes L.; Steadman, Mary 13.; Steelo, E. M.; Steele V. El; Steele W. M.; Stevens R. A.; Stevenson, John O. A.; Stewart, P.; Stewart, H.; Stew- art, I. M.; Stockwell, K.; Stokoe, C. K.; Storey, E. M.; Straker, R. H. C.; Stu- der, Cecil A.; Taylor, Albert G.; Tay- lor, Carleton; Telter, Leonard; Tellier, Bernadette A.; Ten-ill, Ethel L.; Thompson; -Bessie; J.; Thornton, llenryetta M.; Tidball, Thomas; Tidball, Oliver; Toombs, Mu- riel; Torrie, Mclntyre; Vei-ron, Eu- genie; Villy, Margaret H.; Wait, F. Elmer; Wait, Norman; Walker, Arl- ington D.; Walker, Edith; Walker, iMary T.; Wallace. Annie L.; Wallace, Effle M.; Walton, Leon C.; Waterman, [May E.: Watson, Hugh U.; Watson, James IT.; Webb. Harry R.; Weir, An- drew C.; Weir. Ella McDongall; West, Helen L.; Weirsbo. Lucy 'Grace Ger- trude; White, Annie; White, Edward W.; Williams, Olive M.; Williams, Ruth A.; Williamson, James O.; Wil- meroth. Hazel II.; Wilson, George L.; Wilson. Grace A.; Wilson, Ivy S.; Wilson, Mary; Wilson, May M.; Wood, Ruby M.; Wright, Florence M.; Wright, Stella E.; Young Fern A. The following candidates must sat- isfy the High School and University Matriculation Examinations Board in the subjects indicated before being granted full Grade XI. standing. They will, however, be admitted to the Nor- mal School as conditioned students up- on application being made to the De- partment of Education: Ayhvin. Arthur Percy Algebra; Bates, science Black, Marguerite XL; Chalmers, Helen and geo- metry; Chiles, John and Canadian history and geography X.; Cochrane, Mary Craig, Gwynnytfed and rhe- toric; Dler. Hilton and chemistry; Dodson, and Canadian history and civics, biol- ogy and geography X.; Duclos, Geral- dtne Freeburger. Mar- and physics XI.; Fill- mer. Douglas Geometry; Gilmer, Alice XL; Gleeson, Helen and algebra; Goshko, Harvey, Thos. and physics lies Edward X.; Houston, H. Johnson, E. Jones, Richard Evan King. Henry subjects of Grade X.; Kirkham, Mclba Legault, Marie and geometry; Levin, Lillie Marie Ad- Lewis, Edna subjects ot Grade X.; McGuire, Jamea and Chemistry; Mc- Lean, and chemis- try; McNabb, and geo- metry; Manley, Lily and geometry; Mills, Edna s and physics XI.; Mi.tchell, al subjects of Grade X.; Mitchell, Thir- za subjects of Grade X.; Lorbnii Chemistry: Mou- son, Edith E.r-1'hysics XL; Moore, Ruth and physics XL; Nelson, Mary B. and geo- metry; Nicholson. Mildred bra; Gates, Mary XL; Par- sous, Ada and history XL; Pasklns, Bertha Ariel Chemistry; Perry. and Physics j Edith L. Canadian his- tory and civics X. and chemistry XI.; Randall, Ollvo Row- land, XL; Scbade, El- le'n and geometry; Stanton, Mary X.: Strome, Hazel .XL; Vance, En- dora X.; Van Dclinder. and chemistry; Wil- kinson, Wilson, Rita XI. PROMOTER BLUNTS 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 5 for 25c. S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL of Fine Cigar, for ever Half a Century. New Ford- Streamline body. Larger radiator. One man top. Kickle finish and price reduced to Delivered at Lethbridge. BOOK yOUR ORDERS NOW The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avcuue Soulii. Phone 633. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., FOI1N AIRD, General Manner H. V. F. JONES, Ass't Gtrun] HnMV V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central We.tern BnncliM CAPITAL, RESERVE FUHD, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate is allowed on all deposits of and Careful attention is given to every account. Small Arc welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, drawals to be made by any one of them or by the survivor. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgt Hivk you smokta1 "Noblemen" Cigirt "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, COALDALE HOTEL, WINUSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL ADDISON A HIGGINS. GALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDCE CANDY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO, B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, MIKE POOL ROOM NO. i. ;