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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 191C. THE LETHBIUDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE THHF.R BIG STAMPEDE PART OF LABOR DAYCELEBRATION Ing them thick and furious, but that's what Lethbridge Is going to have. Chas. Hyssop informed the Herald yes- terday that arrangements -.vero being made between a committee of the cat- tlemen of the district and the sports committee of the Labor Council to pull off a man's sized stam- pede here on labor day In connection ivlth the Labor Day sports. New stunts will be introduced by the stnni- peders, and with the athletic sports and a few horse races sandwiched in between there will be something do- ing overy minute of the day. An ef- fort Is being made to pull off a big combined labor and parade OKI' Uilja tuts the features of the annual celebration, and witli tho cowboys and Indians, to add to the feature the parade should he a gooil one. Hyssop Bros, have been pressed into service for the stampede to be held in connection with the big fair at Hay- mond on Aug. and 80, and will take over 40 horses at the request of Ray Knight. In return the Raymond riders will come to Lethbridge to compete on Labor Day. Mr Hyssop is endeavoring to ar- range to hand over to the 1'atrlotii. Fund ten per cent of the gate receipts us well as all the privileges of the grounds for the day. BASEBALL SCORES AMERICAN Boston..... Cleveland Chicago Detroit St. Louis New York Washington Philadelphia 01 BO 61 58 57 55 51 20 44 4fi 47 51 SI SO S4 81 .581 .571 .565 .532 .528 .524 .486 .198 Brooklyn >hlladelphia Boston New York Jhicago St. Louis 'ittsburg'.. Cincinnati White Sox Drop To Third Chicago, Aug. sti-engtli- ened its hold on first place today and sent Chicago down to third .winning the final game of the series 11 to B, while Cleveland won from New York and went into second place. Chicago............. B n Foster. Leonard and Cady; Russell, Banforth, Williams and Schalk...... A Whaling For Athletics Detroit. August 19. up Us western trip here today with a 10 to 4 defeat, after getting a two-run lead. Detroit discovered Wil- liams' weakness and bunted and stole bases with reckless abandon. Cobb in the eighth, hit the first home run ever sent Into the left field corner inside the park. The drive usually is good lor two bases, but stow Holding and fast sprinting let him score handily. Philadelphia J JJ Detroit 3 Williams .and .Picnick; Mitchell Jamep and JVIcKee. Recruit Wlna For Cleveland Cleveland, Aug. a.re- cruit ifrom Topeka, Kas., outpitchecl Russell today and' Cleveland defeated New York 3 to 2. _ New York 2 J Cleveland Russell and Nunamakar; Lambeth and O'Neill. 5 Straight For St. Louis St. Louis. Aug. Louis made it five straight from Washington by shutting them out today 4 to 0. Washington........... 0 5 St. Louis.............. 4 8 Gallia and Henry; Kpob BASEBALL PLAYER DIES OF INJURY Milwaukee, Aug. Wacker third baseman oj a local semi-pro base ball club, died hero from injuries re ceived when he was hit on' the head with a pitched ball in a game on Sun day. Philadelphia, Aug. shut out Cincinnati in the only Nation- il league game played today 1 to 0. Cincinnati............ 0 6 0 Philadelphia........... .1 No batteries given. Pittsbnrg-Boston, both games post- poned, wet grounds. St. Louis-New York, both games postponed, wet grounds. Chicago-Brooklyn, postponed, wet grounds. NATIONAL C2 57 54 SO 47 47 41 41 35 42 41 47 55 BO .638 .570 .568 .51 .46 .43! .42" .380 The boys who gathered at the U ip rt'ed. evening to got some practice be lore duck season opens, enjoyed themselves. There was 110 wind and the targets were easy to judge. l Tills Is the first season at the traps for most of the shooters and some of them have improved wonderfully. At the tournament which the clnh is holding on the afternoon of the ji-rangements will likely be made whereby a loam frou; Now Dayton will come after the Clip which they lost to a LethhriclKC team several years ago. Mr. Kessler will arrange for the New Dayton team. Following arc the scores: Dr. Gallivan 23 Kessler, New Dayton, 21 21 13 11 20 20 IS 17 IS Ill 10 11 M 1C Kenny Ascroft .McMillan Pilling Oliver UcSwaiu' Vanhorn lionfadini LeBlanc Preisig Ilcdley Cutler Macdonald AIHIETES FALL JYJEALTH To Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound. 'Washington Park, am the mother of fouf'u.Mror. and have suf- fered with female trouble, backache, nervous spells and the blues. My chil- dren's loud talking and romping make me 80 nervous I could just tear everything to pieces and I would ache all over and feel BO sick that I would not --------------------1 want anyone to talk to me at times. Lyuiu E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills re- stored me to health and I want to thank you for the good they have done me. I have had quite bit of trouble and worry but it does not affect iny youth- ful looks. My friends say Why do you look so young and well I owe it all to the Lydia E. Pinkham remedies. ROBT. STOPIEL, Moore Avenue, Washington Park, Illinois. We wish every woman who suffers from female troubles, nervousness, backache or the blues could see the let- ters written by women made well by Ly- dia B. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound. If you have any symptom aboutwhich you would like to know write to tho Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for helpful advice given free of charge. OH, HORRORS! Aurora, Ills.. Aug. ra society women are finding relief from the hot 'nights by riding around in autos, garbed only in their night sowus. In several of the fashionable (list- rlcts last night women were seen hurrying fr6ni their homes in night garment's and climbing into antes. They rude until daylight! In sonm instances auto jnii-iies were formed and entire families deserted their beds for the autos. No com- plaints were made. A t Cincinnati Closed Out PACIFIC COAST Portland 2, Vernoil 3. Second Portland 2, Vernon 6. Los Angeles G, Sail Francisco 2. Oakland 0, Salt Lake 3. London, Aug. the "big push" on the western front which jrougllt the sportsmen's and football- ers battalions under fire, the war's toll among British -sportsmen has been heavy, n number of stars in every branch of sport being killed or wound- ed in action. Boxing Is represented by the death in action of Sergt. Tom Me- Cormick, the well known member of the Yorkshire county club, who tell recently, while B. Kilner of the same club, and Lieut. C. Kolloway, the fam- ous Australian, appear among- the wounded. A prominent rowing man, Captain H. -M. S. Carpenter, lias also made the big sacrifice. As secretary of the Kingston Rowing club he was one of the best known oarsmen on the Thames, he rowed on the Thames in 1908. INTERNATIONAL Montreal 3, Newark 4. Providence, 7. Buffalo 5; Richmond 0. Baltimore-Toronto, game scheduled for today was played yesterday. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 2. Minneapolis 8. Indianapolis 4, St. Paul 3. Toledo 10, Kansas City 4. Columbus-Milwaukee, postponed on account of rain. NORTHWESTERN Tacoma 2, Seattle 1. Vancouver 15. Butte. 13, 12 innings Spokane I, Great Falls 2. Second Spokane 4, Great Falls 1. NORTHERN Fargo 5, Buluth 3. Superior-Winnipeg, postponed, grounds. The Warner baseball team, one', of the strongest In the country, issues a challenge to any other amateur team in Alberta. The team would like to arrange games immediately. Home and home games or games at some oentral point, would be acceptable. Communications should be ad- to A .P. Veale, secretary Warner Baseball club. MIGHT FIGHT n. T. Crane, Jr., Chicago, head of the Crane company, sent a telegram to 5Iayor Mitchell, offering to. contribute 'to the Individual may offer the best cure or solution for infantile par- alysis within the next year." Dry Cleaners for the Family We're friends of the family.- There's a service we can rentier every member from father down to little Jinlinie. As we all know, father's a particularanan. Bit! lie's economical. He al- ways wears a suit a couple of seasons because he knows we make them look like new. y Mother too with all her deiire to te well dreiied. tufft) eye to economy. And it both well dretied .nd economical bsc.n.e her waist.! .kirt. and.dret.e. are cleaned or dyed by Our City Dyer, and The who are tercor. on cjothe., eaii.e folk? V' trouble. Mother let. us take the clothe, worryiiolif her mind. j i, n 11 i; _.------' I.' i u T t (i .t. Our City Dyeing Cleaning Works LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Betide Fire Hnll Seattle, Aug. Burns, for ,ner world's heavyweight champion was a Seattle visitor Monday, stopping over long enough to say hello to friends before continuing on a business trip through the northwest. He ex peets to return .here for a long sta] within a few days. Tommy laughs a reports that he Is Koing to re-enter the ring, but admits .that he has been ir training and that he has brought liii weight down to 190. Ha looks to be in fine condition and says that if match could be .arranged with Porks Plynri he would ;be the first to sign thr articles. i.- According to Tommy long-distanc fighting in New Orleans has been spoiled by the tendency of the modern fighters to sign up for 10-round bouts where there is little danger of losing any titles or reputation that they ma: possess. He lias closed out his inter est in New Orleans, but may go back later on. "Twenty-round battles are hard ti get for the reason that the fighter don't want to enter the ring for the long he said yesterday at the Savoy. "We had trouble getting mei for this distance in New Orleans. Th modern fighters prefer the 10-roum 'stuff, and 1 don't know that I blarn them I have sold my interest in New Orleans, including the pavilioi that 'myself and partner built when w started in 'business there. My pres eht plans are unsettled, except that expect to return to Seattle in a fei days for ah Indefinite stay." PORTLAND FOR NORTHWESTERN Portland, Aug. was receiv ed from Sacramento tonight of a col ferenc'e there today between Walte McCredie of the Portland Beavers an Henry'-Berry, owner of the San Frai Cisco Seals, relative to dropping th Portland franchise and switching i next season to Sacramento, thereb leaving Portland open for. Northwes tern league baseball in 1917. FAST TIME UP. PIKE'S PEAK Hugh Hughes Drives Car Up Grad Ip. 45-Minutes- Aug. From Colorado Springs to the summ of Pike's Peak, a distance of 30' miles in 45 minutes was the recor run made by Hugh Hughes, the Eng Hah-pilot racer, and A. E. Hayes, local newspaperman. .A rise of 6100 feet, the difference b tween' the elevation of Colorac Springs and the summit, was overcom on the trip, 'which'was made withoi mishap of any kind. The trip wa made by way of Manitou and the ne Pike's Peak highway, which will b the scene of the Penrose cup races la er this week-r Phone 444 The Only Dyeing Works in Southern Alberta." ELENA AND AURORA WINNERS Capture Astor Cup. In New Yor Yacht Club Regatta R. I., Aug. Plant's 90-foot schooner Elena and.Co nellus Vanderbilt's sloop Aurora we the Astor cups for schooner and slooj; In the New York Yacli club regatta for these trophies sail'- off Newport. Racing against Elena, were thr schooners, Vagrant, and Flyin ClbuSr'; Elena distanced her competitor. Jrollta, by more than a hour, corrected sailed ov the 3-mile feiock island course in tl fast' time of four hours anJ 19. secom Thi'wihd, was strong, holding from miles an hour, at the start, to 30 mil an'hour at the finish. competitor was th 50-foot sloop Carolina. Aurora, a larg sloop, saved her time over this era by ahbut-ill half minutes. Tl ifehoonor Vagrant broke her gaff an Barbara parted some her., gear wand Sanrnri, Katherine, 'did not finish the race. Victoria. B. C.. Aug. Hon. Igar Dewdney. P. C.. a former lieu- nant-goveruor of British Columbia, ed thiy afternoon. He was a fain- s old timer and in the early days lilt tho .Dewdney trail named after m. He was SI years of age. During to years he had lieeu Identified with Britannic mine at Howe Sound. _ was a resident director. He was orn in Devonshire, England. The Might Honorable Edgar Dewd- jy was well known to the older resi- ents of Alberta, owing to his mimer- is visits here during the time when e was lieutenant-governor of the orth West Territories and later as a ember of the cabinet. There is Already a Big Demand for The New Ford Prospective Purchasers Will be Wise to Book Their Orders Early The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Phone 633. OLDIERS IN ENGLAND VOTING IN B. C. ELECTIONS London, Aug. for the B. legislative assembly began to- ay in various camps and reports to and show the men are taking a deep iterest in the record- 's have been sent to the camps and otes will be counted in the agent-gen- ral's office in London. Results will be elegraphed .to British Columbia iii I me for the general polling day next j lonth. War office officials have riot et been able to make arrangements or men overseas to .vote. About )0 men are' affected. No electioneer- ig lias taken place, but the agont-gen- ral has issued posters showing the andidates their -parties. 0 PLANS'FOR VISIT OF.ROYALTY I New York, Aug. report cir- j ulated by the Central News that King eorge and Queen Mary intend visit- ig the overseas dominions of Groat Britain, was officially denied by tlio; fflclal press said a dispatch I o the Journal from London this after-: oon. 'J You may freely indulge where Cowan's' Maple Buds are concern- they are made from the best products and contain no injurious first in choc- olate as well as other things. G DAILIES WILL E RITCHIE FINISHING TRAINING San Francisco, Aug. rtit- hic has started putting the I'inishiug ouches on his training Cor his four- ound bout scheduled to bo held at Daly City Friday night with Willie lopne. The former lightweight cham- j >icn of the world did the hard work C his preparation at the military camp t Monterey. SWIM MILES IN 42 MINUTES Eugene, Ore., Aug.? Yod- ansky, who.will enter the JMuItnomah lub marathon iu the AVilliamette riv- er at Portland August 16, under the colors of tV University Oregon, 'esterday swnm the length of the mill ace, two and one-half miles, in 42 min- utes. CHANEY SIGNS TO MEET KILBANE Baltimore, Aug. L. Blet- ,dr. manager of George Chaney, has lignecl articles forihe Chaney-KHbane championship bout September 4 at Ce- lar Point, Ohio, and-sent them by spe- ;ial delivery to Promoter Matt J. Hin- tel at Cleveland check for 100 as his forfeit. SUFFERED FROH BICKICHE for a Dear Mr. 1 wish to tell yon of a recent experience 1 had when suf- fering from backache, weak back, rheu- matism, dropsy, and congestion of the kidneys. I tried a new medicine called which has recently been dis- covered-by Dr. Pierce, of whose medi- cines and Surgical Institution in Buffalo, N. Y.. yon have no doubt heard lot years.' This medicine acted upon me in. wonderful manner. I never taken any medicine so helpful m sneh quick time, 1 do wish anyone m need of such a remedy woBld give it a trial. (Signed) G- H. HERE. NOTE: Folks in. town and adjoining counties are .delighted with" the results they have obtained by using the neweat discovery of: Dr. Pierce, who is head of the INVALIDB' HOTEL and SDROICAD INSTIIOTE, in Buffalo, N. Y. Those who started tho day with a back- ache, stiff-legs, arms and mnacles, and an aching head (worn out before the day began becauee-the'y were in o.nd out of bedlialf a dozen tifnee at night are appreciating the perfect rest, comfort and new" strength they obtained from Dr. Piefce'8 To prove that thi! is certain uric acid solvent coBquert headache, kidney and bladder diseisHi :ind rheumatism, if vou've never used the cut out rend- ten cents to Doctor Pierce for a large sample package. This will prove to yon that "Ammc" is thirty -seven times .more actrve than lithia in eliminating uric acid-and the most perfect kidiwy end bladder cor- rector. II yon antferer, go to your beet druggist und ask fora bO-cent box of Annnc." Yon ma no riak for Dr. Pieree'i food name stands behind this wonderful new discovery as it has for the pa'rt half century ror bis "Golden Medical which makes the blood pure, his Preemption" tor weaV women tad PlwuaBt Wbto" tot Unc Aug. a re- meetings 6T the newspaper publishers called'to consider the s.Gi'lpus situation confronting them what are practically famine conditions in. the newsprint paper market'; an agree- ment was unanimously adopted as follows: "All evening and Sunday newspapers immediately will reduce the ulze of their issues to the extent of a total not in excess of SO pages weekly. "That, beginning September 1st, next, the accepting from wholesale purchasers of unsold copies of all un. sold copies of all morning, evening and Sunday newspapers will be dis- continued. Heretofore this privilege has been granted to news boys, news agents, news stands and carriers." At this meeting facts and figures were submitted showing that the mills have been unable to supply the enormous increased demand for white papers. Not only have the .mills been unable to lay in a reserve stock during the summer months, as in former years, but they arc at the present time below their. normal sup- ply Sf) serious has the situation be- come that it was pointed out that, unless drastic reductions of consump- tion were enforced, some newspapers throughout the country would be con- fronted with the possible suspension publication. The Calgary street railway has gone in the hole during the tirst six months of this year but at the same time part of the cost of tion of the Sarcee extension of the street railway has been paid. you must do something more than use ciosmetics. .You must keep the blood liver and kidneys active and the bowels i-egular. You must also correct the digestive ills that cause muddy skin and dull eyes. offeryouthe needed help. They are mild in action, but quickly strengthen the stomach, gen-. tly stimulate the liver and regu- late the bowels. They put the body in good condition so the organs work as nature intend- ed. Backed by sixty years or usefulness, Beecham's Pills are worth a guinea a box INCREASE IN BRITISH TRADE London, Aug. board of.trade report for July shows that imports inr creased and exports in- creased .The principal in- creases in exports were in cotton, ill wool and i in iron and steel. "Support Home Industries" V Drink Lethbridge Beer- ILBERTA'S PRIDE _ (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in the City. PERRY 4 REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALDALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL ADDI3ON A HIGQINS, GALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, FAT'S QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDGE CAN DY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, SING WO, B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, MIKE SALONI'KI POOL BOOM NO. ;