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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. Al'Gl'ST 1 I. 1fllO. THF. uiTHBninr.r-. DAH.Y HKRALD PAGE THHEE ROUNDS OUT 20 YEARS IN THE BIG SHOW LAJOIE NATIONAL Brooklyn lloston OS Philadelphia 68 Now York S2 Piltshurg 411 Chicago 411 42 47 Kt. Lo Cincinnali 42 .r.80 .625 .4110 A'.'A .382 Twenty years in the big leagues! Some record, that, but if was hung up Saturday, when harry Lajoio rounded out a score years of service in the ma- jor circuit of balldom. It was on the I2lh of August. ISilli. that the great SATURDAY GAMES Boston............ it firooklyu......... 4 Second Uoston fi Brooklyn............. 4 New Vork............ 3 7 RECOVERY OF NEW JERSEY I DIAMOND DUST Due To Lydia E. Vegetable Compound. lie cliBHmrnged, ami Ills work is still worth IravelliiiK a long distance to P'tfclmiK NUW Oil tllC Bllady Hilll! Of 40, lie phlil Nationals by Kali Kivor. Hi: was then just n ff.K iiliorl of liis birtluliiy. iiiid liiul had only a lew months; in baseball. hut lie was already a ffncr-lnister. having liat- tcct .I'JS In Hi" N'.'W KiiKlaiicI IcaRtio. LEIITV was iierched on iiiv.t. base Tor tin} Quakers, anil while he didn't, shine ns n fielder, lie was strictly there with the stick, BCtliilK an average of .328. In he hatted playing first and In the outfield. next year Lurry was sent to second base, where he has Efient most of his time ever since. In all his 211 years of baseball Lajeie has never been with a whining dub, ly 2..10II BUIIICIS. lie lio is now nearini; the end of his Ditchers nearly JO.tifiO [UHi 111 mcmimr of about lilt; HOOP to he one of the most grace- j ful fielders in I lie business. HI" slick1 work has fallen off, of course, but at ihiit there arc dozens of youngsters the American league twirlers would rather face Ihan old Larry. Llijule lias been with only three (dubs in 2D vcars. Me remained with the Philadelphia Nationals until 1901, then jumped lo the Athletics. In SUNDAY GAMES Cinci's Win In 11 Innings ('ir.cinmiti. Aug. an Jl inning j contest, Cincinnati won tho first ganio of the suries from Chicago here today! -1 'to Cincinnati lied the score the sixth. In Urn llth Griffith tripled and Chase and us 11th Griffith tripled Wingo were purposely then jumped lo the Athletics. IHUJ, j Qritttlh was caiiRht when tho AUiielics won the American But. whon KIHoii tried luiigm: pennant. Larry was Bout to j Cleveland to esnmo a uourt injunction, j and lie rcmtuuud vv'ith tlm Indians mi-- "I cannot speak too highly of Lydia K. Pinkhain's Vegeta- ble Compound for inflammation and otherweaknesscs. i Vfls very irregular and would have ter- rible pains so that I could hardly take a step. .Sometimes I would be so misera- ble that J could not sweep a room. I doctored part of the time but felt play Chase scored the ,K til year. when lie joined Uio Ath- letiL-s just wlidii Connie Mack's ma- chi mi WHH f.rumbliiiK lo its fall. In U10 20 years of hia major league service Larry lias participated in near- i Ho liua faced the' 0 times, has gi est nxciitio for a major IUHRUC ball club that tin- same has ever had. In -.-pile hatting average for Hie 20 years has of Iiis associations. Uijoiu rofiisos to' Ijuen about change. I later took Lydia E. Pink- ham'3 Vegetable Compound and fcli a change for the better after the sec- ond day. 1 took it until I was in a good healthy condition. I recommend the PJnkham remedies to all women as I have used them with good Mrs. MILFOED T. CUMMINGS, 24 New Si Louis. mauled Street> Bridgeton, N. J. he! three PlUsburg pitchers for 23 hits in 1 Such testimony should be accepted by tho first game today, winning in II [fill women as evidence of to S. Tho second game was 33 8 Cincinnati 4 Soalon, PrcndurRasl and Archer and Elliott; Mitchell and WHIRO. Gets 23 Hits about and lias counted at j iitninft- the home iilato nearly l.r.nii times. His darkness Vt liie BASEBALL SCORES Chicago, Aug. dropped. AMERICAN Boston- Cleveland 4-1 48 hack into third place today when they were defeated by Detroit f) to 4. The Vork ill St. Louis York 81 SATURDAY GAMES d 0 11 15 .514 -451 .214 2 1 0 bnuclied hits'off Scott, Wil- liams and ttusssell and this ronplcd with two errors Terry and .1. Collins gave them tho game. Detroit.............. 9 4 Chicago.............. 4 6 2 James, Coveleshic, McKee and Bait- er anil Spencer; Russell, Scott, Wil- liams and Schalk. 3 i 2 Home Run Wins Philadelphia !l 1.7 j Cleveland, Aug. home run by moth with one out in-the ninth in- 7iiiiR. allowed Cleveland to defeat St. Louis to The contest was a. pi tell- ers' battle in which Lambeth and Dav- enport were very effective with men on bases. Roth drove in all of Cleve- land's runs. St. Louis.............. 3 90 Cleveland..........., .4. 0 ,2 1 Weilman, Davenport, Hamilton aijri Scvcroid; Lambeth and and O'Ncil. _ Only two games scheduled. SUNDAY GAMES White Sox Back To Third >ml of tlic fifth inning, Pittsburg ning f) to 5. First PittsburK............. 8 13 3 St. Louis............. 23 1 ICantlehcner. Jacobs. "ISviuiP and Sclimidt: Steele. Williams, -Meadows, Ames and Goiizalcs. Second PIttsburg............. 0 S 1 Si. Louis............. V 4 Harmon and Fischer; Watson, Jas- per and Suyder. No other games scheduled. the excellence of Lydia E. Pmlcham's Vegetable Compound as a remedy for in-1 the distressing ills of women such an backache, painful periods, nervousness and kindred ailments. NORTHERN -The New York YankccH liavu re- leased Pitcher Kay Keating to Rich- mond. Harry Scibold. of the Wheeling Cen- tral League team, pitched a no-hit, mi- If the Oiants can win without hit- tiiiK, what will happen, when they j again get to banging the old apple on the beezer? Despilo his casualty list. Mill Don- ovan of tho Yankees is slill optimis- tic. HR says he would rather have iiis playors crippled in tho EU-QIH and leys than in the heads. "Bunny" Hearno in doing Rood work i with tht- New London tcjain. and he I may be recalled by the Loafs to give lihe pitching staff another Icfl-haniler. i Manager Fielder Jones announces that the St. Louis Browns have gracl- i TU'.icd from the easy picking class ami from now on will slain overy Ameri- can League team they meet. Speaking' of the cracking of several of the best pennant, contenders in the major leagues. Manager Robinson of the Dodgers states that there is noili- ing like that in the Robinson family. Baseball critics, who predicted the fading of the Red Sox, through the j loss of Speaker, have retreated across j the field and have taken up a new j position behind the Scoreboard. I The Cleveland Indians have closed a dual for First Baseman Gusto of I t.he Portland Pacific Coast League learn. Seven players and cash, the latter amounting to is the re- ported deal by which Gusto will bo- come a member of the Indians. President Ball oE the St. Louis has offered a bonus of to the team if it .goes into first place for a day. He also offered a suit of clothes to every man on the team if it could get into the first division for three days. SUNDAY GAMES First Superior 1, Fargo S. Second Superior 1, Fargo C. PACIFIC COAST Oakland 1. Salt Lake fi. Morning Portland 5. Vernou 2. Afternoon Portland 2, Vernon 3. Morning Los Angeles 0, San Francisco 1. Afternoon Los Angeles 0, San Francisco 9. Shovelful Counts THERE'S satisfaction in having a Sun- shine Ftrrnace. You know that the coal you put in the big wide door will be turned into heat for the house. makes the Sunshine a coal saver? r THE science you might call has gone, into its design. .The air passages are wide, the radiating surface is large. The heat from the flames is spent before the fumes get co the chimney. This meanc more heat through the hot air registers. The fire-pot, which is the main source of heat, is always .kept clear of ashes that would pre- vent rapid conduct of heat from the burning coal to the radiating surface of the fire-ppL 2 THE WORKMANSHIP that produces a permanent "heat-tight" job. The doors and dampers lit closely. When you shut off the Sunshine Furnace, the heat is held'without burning up coal; and tight construction at every point directs the heat to the warm air flues and avoids the waste of coal. Would it be wise to look for fuel-economy in any but a modern, dependable furnace like Kindly .tend me with-1 out-expense 01? my I. Your booklet on i the Sunshine Furnace. S, .Also forms for filling I out, so thai your heating engineers can tell rnc how to ortlei nnA install a system that Trill properly1 I heal my home. The daily commonplace activity of any boy's camp is a matter of the greatest importance, for, after all. it Is not so likely to be the big special night, the visitors' day. or even the Sunday services that are going to make the most lasting impressions for good on the hoy as a result of his outing, but rather, nine times out of ten. it will be the effect of the gener- j a! camp spirit, the organized Activity I that is the-camp itself iy action, that i will count largest toward the indiv- idual boy's development. Sentry. Camp-for the Letbbridge V. II, C.--A-. -boys, has a system of honor tests for camp emblems. The under- lying principles in determining the giving of'emblems are achievement and co-operation based upon altruism. To give every boy au opportunity to do his best- to measure up to the it is necessary to get seventy per cent of the following credits. Morning wash, 12, faithful fatigue, 15. attendance at Bible study, 24. interest in Bible study, 24, setting up physical exercises 12, respect for the Canadian flag 2-1, preparing for tent inspection 12, if a member of the winnjng tent 5, on time and appear- ance at meals 24, mountain climb 10, taking part in athletics 5, winning place in athletics 5, taking part in camp fire program 10, making useful camp article 5, 50 word article for the daily camp newspaper 25, camp jokes for camp paper 30, composing camp song and yell, 20, general con- duct and disposition IS, making a total of 300 points. Thirteen hoys made tlie grade and were awarded the camp emblem: Tainter Rolopli Van Haarlem 2fit: Lloyd Dunham 2ol; Alf. Kane 231; Geo'.'Young 247; Jeff Wad- dington, 'Arthur .Mcllvena 2SO; Leonard Downing, Ralph Wart- dington, .Austin Skeith 2L'l; Claude Boulton, 213; Milton Hicks, Paddy Bowman 2J2. These boys made the required seventy per cent, and the balance lined up as follows: Geo. Marshall 1SS: Brien Horw 182; Harry Peacock, Thomas Parson 148; Wm. Patterson, 137; Don Mar- shall 127. Thd camp was in eliargfl of camp director. .las. Thompson, who was assisted by J. B. Francis. Tci-erice Home. Sid Short and -Norman Hig- inbotliam. Leader Francis had charge of No. 1 j tent and every boy in his tent came j up lo the standard and were awarded j tlic emuiein. In teut der the charge of" Leader Higinboth- j am only one made the grade. Tosit j No. 3 under Leader Short, made good and every boy received the emblem. Leader Horn? had charge of tent No. 1 and three of his boys received the emblems. Taken as a whole the camp was a complete' success, and every boy who attended is loud in his prais- es for the efficient manner in which the whole camp session was conduct- ed, and the boys' opinion is generally the most sincere and unprejudiced one ubUutmiiic. When you arc planning a hen ting system for rour home, wouldn't you like to know what McClary's Sunshine will cost you, installed? Well then, our Heating be glad to give you this information. He will show you how lo plan your heat distribution so as to get the most nut of it. Nn, there is no charge. Simply write to him fully at the factory. -Meanwhile, mail the coupon for our booklet "Sunshine." London Toronto Montreal Winnipeg' St. Juhn, B. Hsciillon Calgary Saskatoon 8u3 Veneuver Edmonton GIRL SWIMMER BREAKS RECORD San Francisco, Aug. training for the far western swimming competi- !i nr. Suii Diugo. August 1.0, Tuis Pranc.'i; Cowelis of thin city swam 220 yards free style, making nine turns, yesterday in 3' minutes 23-5 seconds. The tijno was taken by .William Ur- Pacific Athletic association, but will; not stand as an official record, though one and one-fifths seconds low- er than the American Woman's record. VESSEL GROUNDS IN THE PANAMA CANAL Sold by Geo. R, Dixon Co. San Francisco, first rossel to ground in (he Panama canal is reported today'in a Cristobal mes- sage to the San Francisco "Merchants' Kxehange. She is th6 British at earner iifoni, on-her way from Bahia Blanco to Atlantic potts. -The cargo of ni- trate will be" lightered, the advices snid. Vl COLUMBIA RETAINS ROWING New York, Aug. Columbia university committee on athletics an- nounced officially last night that row- ing will be continued at Columbia and that .Tim Rice will be retained as coach of the crews. DUNDEE AND HAMMER MATCHED Kansas City. Aug. Dun- doe and Ever Hammer, lightweights, have been matched fora 15-round bout to a decision here on September 11. according to an announcement of the promoters here last night N. P. INCREASE IN EARNINGS St. Paul, Aug. increased operating expenses of more than for the fiscal-year ended June 30, 1916, the report of the Northern Pacific railroad for that-period shows an increase of approximately 000 in operating'income. The operating revenue for the year increased more than es- tablishing a new high mark for the system. After deducting railway tax accruals and uncollectible revenues, the net operating income for the year just ended is as against for the 1915 period. SET FREE Jersey City, Aug. Erling Ivorson and Axel Laraen, ar- rested in connection with the explo- sion of munitions on Black Tom Isl- and recently, were set free today. The Peninsular and Oriental steam- ship Dongola. has arrived-at Bombay from Basra, Asiatic Turkey, serving as a hospital ship and reports 130 cases of heat stroke during the voy- age. these 17 were fatal and there were five other deaths which" probab- ly were caused by the heat. The voy- age was made under trying conditions since it was necessary the ship freujieiitly as the wind shifted for the purpose of. ventilating the wards, NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Spokane 16, Great Falls 0. Butle 11. Vancouver 3. SUNDAY GAMES First Spokane 7, Great Falls 9. Second 2, Great Falls 3. First game-1-1 Vancouver 1, Butte S. Second Vancouver 8, Butte 11. First Seattle 3, Tacoma 10. Second game (called end Seattle 3.'Tacoma'3.'., INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES First Rochester 3, Newark 5. Second Rochester 10, Newark 4. Providence 9. Montreal 1. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES Kansas City 6, Columbus 2. St. Paul 0, Louisville (i. Minneapolis 1, Indianapolis 13. Milwaukee' 4, Tolodo T. SUNDAY GAMEp First garaer- Toledo 6, Milwaukee 2, Second game First Louisville; 0, St. -Paul 3. Second game Louisville 8, St. .Paul -1. First Columbus -2, Kansns 'GHy 4. Second gamo Kansas City 4, First Indianapolis S, Minneapolis' 5. Second gamer- Indianapolis 2, Minneapolis 0, Gonclyear fires will find that in the he pre- viously paid more or paid less Tor his will show the lowest last cost. GOODJEAR TIRES SAVE MONEY FOR THE} DOMINION BE ISSUE IN 7 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 Beer- ALBERTA'S PRIDE To Be Obtained at the Following Places in the City, PERRY REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALOALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL ADDISON HIGOINS, iGALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, FATS QUICK LUNCH HOTEL LETHBRIDGE CANDY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO, B. C. 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