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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUi^.snAY, Atir.usT 1,1, inifi. rm LETHBniDGT-: daily HK,nALD PAGE THREB MORAN'S GREAT HURLING DUO :: KEEP PHILLIES NEAR WIN DOUBLEHEADER Check* the Braves Uiooklyii. N. v.. Aug. !!� .m .212 'BLAIRMORE (From tlic iCntiirpiiHo) A nicBsagp to Mr. .1, 1>. I'm ion on I'Vldny I�st, \ ralllo. 'I'lie jirico wi> iiriv Infornii'd was In Uio iK-iKliborhood of ?,-)O.Oliil. Hfv. T. II, Wllilfr. rector of SI. Hi'ncdlcl'.s Cliiir.-l), liiis ,^(;\rri'd his ! ((iiincclloM with lllnh Kivcr iind is MlB.iPfi lllioda and AIcI/.kmi. and I now rrli>'vinK the . C. W. Ilornc ai I ! tlejlun Uobbllia, and Mnalfi:' M.irry i f'liri.Hl ('Imrfli, KIbow 1','irh, Calgary. ' tliinter and .losinil' I'oiid im'.i' sticciii,)- I rnlil hiicIi a time as llu' vacancy at I'lllly iiasacd In tliii r..; cni ..chool ix-jst. Bcnndic.i'a Is filled, occasional ser-aminatlon. ivices will he Iity of make as well as number Is iirovod by Ihtt fact Ilia I on Monday evening there were si\eii cars liiilfed in front of tile SI. tleorge liiitel. all high uiade machines, and no two alike. lliah Riviu' High .S;h/ l-'inc dean for out; Hat/ a Cenluty" ]q very favorable. The heavy rains BOW ISLAND I from the A(lvo(!ate1 flow Island, An;;. 14.-Though the crop this year will not average as a yield us last year it. will go at 25 bushels to the acre for wlieat. . The wheat en summer fallow Is turning now and cutting will .start this week and be i i full swing next week. The straw is not so heavy or thick as last year but the heads are of good length of six rows. The rain of a week ago was of an immense Ul.xey and .\le\ander. with the great'�T Bender, t^onnie Mack ca".l-off are hold iiig the Phillies, l.-e'l year's ehauips j �wUhIn striUintr dislauce oV I he ti>l>. Ill I he big Nnlional race. Ale.xandr.' has won more games ihan any ulberi liitclier in the old organization, giving less Ihan 1 Vi run.^' jier game. Ki.vey is doing very well. loo. while Bender ]ia.=i won seven out of 12. though he Jias yielded up !'/�> runs per Kaine. Tint t'vo stars won a donble.header yesler-day, li'ollowing are the leading sluggers and pileliors In the; majors: National Robertson. New Y'ork. .IJIlti: Daubert. Brdoklyn, .".28; llornsby, St. Louis. .:!21: \Vngner, Pillsbnrg, .'.'.I'.i; Chase. Cincinnali. .;'.M; Long, St. Louis. .;i!:',; /,ininiernian. Chieagci. .30U; Wheat. Jirofdilyn. .2:i!>; Hinelinmn. Piitsburg. j Cleveland Defeats Tigers fllevelaiid, Aug. 14.-Cleveland defeated ^Delrciil to 2 although oulbat-led 2 lo 1 today. With the score a ;iie in the ninth. Chapman walked. i'Siieaker filed to Veacli. Chapman made I a bluff to steal second and 'JIcKee threw lo. that bag which was left un- ; covered as Chaiiman v/ent back to ; first. Chapuian dashed on again, went to third when Cobb fumbled the ball and scored when Vitt let Cobb's j [iic'Jnouth recently while serving with tlirow get by him. Cobb got three Ihig regiment, 1st Hall, ttifle Brigade hits in four times at bat. 'at, the front. Hetroit .............. 2 S 1 I j, common with many other parts of last week eauscid the first delay in haying, hut the sky eventually cleared and the hay makers are again very busy. The bay is of the finest c|iial-ily and very abundant. There has not been a sp.jgle rejiori of frost after the recent storm and many of the weather iirojihets, tliinfc that the danger of fwist is now over. The following is a li.yi of the successful candidates from'Plneher Creek Public Sidiool at the Ovade Vlll. or j Public School Departmental e.vamin-' ations; Myra K. Austin. Mabel Cox, Grant lJulhie. .lohn Hyde, Carl Laruin. Ona L. Lehman, Gladys .Mcftae. Beatrice SavlUe. In the foregoing II will he seen that ighl scholars were successful in pass Brooklyn . . . Boston . . . Philadidphia N'ew Vork . Pittsburg .. Chicago .r. St. l.iOuis . . . Cincinnati . S7 .030 40 .r.!l3 111) 42 .ri8S 52 4S .ri2o 4li ."i4 .4110 4i; OJ .430 4i; 03 .423 43 (is .387 .204; Wliilleil. Philadcdphia, Schulte, Pitlsburg. .2113. . Hughes Lends Pitchers Leading pitchers fen- IS games: Wins First Double-Hcader Philadelphia. August 14. -- Philadelphia won lis first double header the season at home today. Xew Ea rued W. L. Huns Illlghos, Boston....... 12 ;, 2.40 Pfeffer, Brooklyn...... IS G 2.or. Ilixcy, Phili'.delpliia .... 13 .'�) 2.13 Ale.xaiidor, Pliiladelidiia . 20 S 1.41) Jlanuiiix. Pittsburg . . /. .. 1.") .7 1.8.". Boiiton, New York...... 10 3.07 Cheney. Brooklyn ...... It f, i.r.r. ];u(lol|ih, Boston ...... 1 1 7 2.25 Perrifl, New Vork ..... 12 S 2.SS iicuder, Philadelphia ... 7 B 3.51 American Leading balieis: Speaker Cleve- land, ..-llUi; Cobb, Detroit, .3;-. S; .lack- .204 ;j York bc'ing the victim S to 0 and, 7 to 4. The home team hit Benton's delivery hard in the first game, which was Alexander's 12th shut-out of the v.eas'.ou. In tlu� second game liolli teams hatted hard. Philadeiphin scored four of its five runs In the second inning in an unusual maiuior. With one run in, two out ami third and secmid occupied, Rixe.y swung at a wild iiitch for a third strike, Bancroft and Klllifer scored on this play ,and tv/o nivre runs wore luored on >n Monday afternoon for Calgary. Tuesday afternoon she left Calgary for KIngKton. Ontario, where she will siieud three weeks, and then will proceed overseas to do her bit as a nurse in llie great war. .Yliss -Noble Is well and popularly known in Taber, and was recognized as a nurse of exceptional ability. She nursed Chief Paulds through his long siege of typhoid fever, and "Cuppie" gave her the credit for his recover>'. The. citizens of i'raher and the whole district wish her a safe and speedy return. -Mrs. .Sarah Kllzaheth McMillan, of Purple 'Springs, died on Monday, .luly 31, at the ripe age of 01 years. The deceased had boon ailing since early In the spring hut was able to be around until Thursday, when she look a bad turn and was removed to the hospital at Medicine Hat on Sunday and died the following day. Mrs. Mc-aiillan was a native of Hamilton, Ont.. and later went to' live at Alexandria, Ont., Glengarry county, where she until eight years ago when she VULCAN fFroni the Advocate) The Presbytery of High River met in A'ulcan on Tuesday afternoon, August the first, for the purpose of inducting the vast oral charge of the congregation to Rev. A. R. Sehragg. of Calgary. The Rev. Dr. Forguaoji, Sup-(>rintcndent of Home' Misslons"presi'd-{ ed, and offered the prayer of inducl-' Ion. The sermon was preached by the itev. A. McWilllams, of Cayli;y. fn the bycvclection to, fill the vacancy caused in the council of the Rural .Ylunicipallty of .Aiarciuis. caused by the death of the late Arthur K. Bond, of ICastway. iYlossrs. F. T. Hill and Donald Sinclair were noniiuatod. The election was held on Saturday and icsnlted in a tie. The returning officer decided in favour ot Mr. Sinclair. son. Clilcago, .341; Holh. .310; Sisler, SI. Louis, .208; Felsch, Chicago, .208; .Nunaniaker. New York, .207; Hoblilzcl, Boston, .204; Burns. Detroit. .203; SIrunk, Philadelphia,! ,203. Loading pitchers for IS games: ICarnod Socmul game- (Mevelaiid. I New i Vork ......... Philadelphia.......... Amlmsoii and ICochor; Klllifer. . 4 11 3 7 10 :1 I Rixey and 1 Cullop. New Y'ork ...... Kool), St. IjOuIh ........ 31. C.oveloskio. Detroit . . Russell, Chicago...... Boland, Detroit ....... Shore. Boston .'....... Gaherl, Chicago ....... K. Covolcskie, Cleveland Idays, Boston ........ C. Williams, Chicago . . CIncl'a Win Cincinnati, Aug. ii.-Wortraau's ev-W. L. Buns ! i-ors iiroveil decidedly costly for C.lii-1.511 jeago today and huliiod materially In 1.S7 , ciiiciiimili's viclory (1 to 3. Bolh Toney l.Sr. I rud MeConnoll had one hud inning. 1.40 i Otherwise the hits of the local playera :).23 j were moro timely and counted greater 2.54 I In the run coluuin. ' ' '' 2.05 Chicago ............. 3 0 4 2..'i3 CiiicinnHli......... :.. (i 0 "'J 2.05 j McConnell and 2.1!I Wiugo. 11) 15 12 7 12 10 15 12 S With a record ot 13 wins nud only two dol'ciils, AUdlveiia wins the honor of belli);! thii lieMt slnglo player at Lawn Bowls In tills clly. During the jiasl two \roeks ii (^oinpollliou for the singln i:haniploushlp ctip has becui the nialii oveur III the Gull Garden greens. The lilicei-laiiity of the leadership rifrht uji till the last game has or inlnrcHled In till w-lio won iuilf llioir KChodiiloil gaiueti lit the competition were as follows: VV. L. l^d., ,T. McBvona ... ...... 13 R. W. Scott............ 12 .1. Llvlo...... ... . ,. 10 W. W.-ird ,,......... 0 Oliver.,.-,............ S W, Mutton........... S H. Itahlry K. P. StHWiirl 3. l''nlrl(!.y ,,, hu'uh Scult ,. Scotch DoubleXioo,test Two giuiioB linvo been playecj ^al-reiidy In the games tor the Buchanan (Uip, Fuirloy and Wi\V^L HpL(3fe- day troubles are YOUR IKES OBEIIONS TO ELECTIONS AI THE FRONT London, Aug. -^When the Prom ier made his aiinouncomeut on August Isl that he would introduce the biUlo extend parliamont, ho. intimated thai hn intended .it the same time to an-, nounce the government's proposals re- � gardliig registration. Today. Iiowever ' Mr. Asqiiith said it was not the pur-' liose of the government to ask parliament at this time to take up the alter-', ation of the qualifications for the fratM chlse. I Dealing with the suggestion that the franchise should he extended to all .soldiers" and munition workers, Mr. Asriuith said there were gravest dl�ii-i cultles in the way and tliat there were serious objections from a milUury viewpoint to holding general elections among the troops In the field. He added t � -,. ''-i -.� ' ' : rf; �� "General enfranchisement lias been brought face to face, with another problem. VY'hat are we going to do with the women?" He was bound to say, the premier went on, that the representatives ol the women had presented to him a per-' I'ectly unanswerable case. They were, content to abide by the present fran cliiso, but would urge their calims H. (lualltications I'or the franchise were, altered. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Sm EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D.. D.C.L.. Pretldent lOHN AIRD. GencralJWanawr H. V. F. JONES, A�i't Cenaiml MaaawM V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Wcttern Bruncliaa \VESTKKN MERCANTILE CO. SAM SAOOWSKI, PROP. � DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIOQE CAPITAL, $15,000,000 RESERVE FUND, $13,500,000 FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to Fanners every facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the discount and collection of sal^s notes. Blank sales notes are supplied free of charge on application. Lethbrldge Branch - R. T. Brymner^Mgt r- ' -'-N ^'Support Home Industries*' .(Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places 'in the City. PERRY & REID, (EUTE CIGAB STORE),  ARLINGTON HOTEL,, - i COALDAUE HOTEU, , WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL , . . ADDISON & HIGGINS, i > QALT OROOERY, ITALIAN OROCERY,.,, FAT'S QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIOGE CANDY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO, B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAPE, MIKE SALONIKi POOL ROOM \ NO". 6. " ' , . 1 ) 542220 ;