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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST, Hi, Illlfi. THE LETimiilDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE DRIBBLING FOOTBALLS, BRITISH TROOPS OPENED BIG DRIVE (By Tom Wulson, In Toronto servo thoir Kins and country. Com- radns. Unit appeal was not in vain. "Tho football Holds henceforth ho- llow Ihe Ifcisl Surrey itegiment. en- Of this world's tercel into action at the Great Advance j wc arc by hy dribbling a 1'oollmll under the .me- splendidly lii GO EAS1 ON CIIY A new starched light weight tape smarter than a soft collar TOOKE willier Colonel II. shrill wns told by Trcehy. D.K.O.. lUo com- [m. has j uilnh Hi ,his war fB j s.l n spudal at Kings- j footljunoiu ton-on-TliamcKi bamu-to. Colonel said: "On (bat cv- hrilCi nr-to be-reniobanid first of July gallant battalion, under Ihe command on that day of Major Irwin, advanr-eii j lo scmm. it is carried for- Admitted the best quality and test fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL doubt tliat their' d which wo are the j_ In the attack on Montaiiban, which the scent) of the heaviest fight- ing. The Kick-off "The battalion, which was opposed by the Prussian Guard, was led out of (he British trenches by Captain Nevill, and tho signal for the advance iruiry and lasting j was given by his kicking off this foot-iof the Was Costly Game "M no small COM! ban this football been dribbled up to the Gurman The gallant officer who Idrlced H tiff foil himself in front of llio OMMUHII Jraiches. "The caro of tills sacred emblem baitalioiiV devotion anil hero- With splendid gallantry this andjhmi has been (intrusted to me by the footballs were dribbled under commanding In affectionate; memory we shtill hang it up. In the rs to come it will lie a fitting me in a withering shell fire right up to the Gorman trencher. "in the early days of the war young men still their football, while Will Attend Convention of Mil- nicipalities, Visit Money Markets, He Securities Mayor Hardie ;utd Commissioner Grace Itjave for Hie cnsl this week on 1 a series of missions. They will at- tend" the "annual convention of the Union of Cannilinn MunicipalliieK which convenes in Montreal on Aug- ust 2iat. While away they will also Investigate fire untl pumping macn- inery and visit tho money niarkets in connection with the sain of securities. They will be away aboui two weens. Permission wns grained at a meeting of the council yesterday afternoon. Commissioner Freeman, vice-mayor, will be in charge of the city'.-? i uhi- ness during the iitixencu u- sionen; Harilie and Grace. Other routine business was done at yesterday's meeting Alex Sinclair was appointed a fireman in place ol Fireman Lilburn, rrslgned. C. II. Harding was appointed to the citv staff to take (he pla'ce of Chris IJonaldson who be- comes superintendent of the Grace Coal mine. Mr. Donaldson has re- inlii- orial ro the devotion and sacrifice of j was at the military tent the battalion who played the game so j on well on that eventful day, and served A sudden death game to decide tbe secured his j-apers a: baseball championship of Sarcee Camp others looked on and cheered. these we appealed at our great re-j.so heroically our Uod, our King and cruitlng meetings lo come forward and lour j on 1 with Edmon- Police Constable Morclaiid. who has RnliBted wuh the 78tii Depot Battery j Pittsbnrg.......... I at. LouiH........... 1 Cooper and Kiseher; ii Saturday afternoon. B botii contending teams. ted" leave of absence for the ti.rt m.tJi, ai> The result was a victory for tho 194th i dnratjO11 Of the war. Highlanders, only t'ic Resolutions camp championship but have the lion- j di or ol' going through the league tjme a 10 NATIONAL Brooklyn....... Boston........ Philadelphia New VorK- Pittsbiirg 48 Chicago........ St. Louin......... 4fi Cincinnati........ 42. 51 .1124 .592 .si r. .-171 .430 Chicago-Cincinnati, postponed, rain. AMERICAN Boston Bun chad Hits Brooklyn. Aug. won its 'third game today of the series of four with Brooklyn, bunching hits on Mar- nuard. Hudolpii constantly in Roslon Cleveland Chicago St. Louis Detroit New York Washington Philadelphia regarding recruiting, local council of women. t....., ..go, wore received ami or- without having a defeat charged j acknowledged. against them. Saturday's score was) J 'ill lo 4. the 13Sth who have been bad- Doak, Ames j Jv m, during the pusi two [weeks on account of final passes, put- ting up an execrable game in the field. Kootenai Outpitchcd Gilbert Chief Kootenaf, the St. Albert and j Morinvoile phonorn, hail liis southpaw Blunts cutting Ihe corners of the plate, i and although he received some sup-j OFFICIAL MINI j port, in the first inning thai reminded' .fmfl iijn, oj- when in: was oitcliing} for the Knights of Columbus, the in- Winnipeg. Aug. Winnipeg .5111 ficid tightened up as the gamo pro- Tribune today nubiish.es the following j grcssed and pulled off some dazzling interview with 'he Hon. Valentine i plays. Tho Chiefs control was wnn- vVinklur, minister of agriculture, in derful and ony one oi" Belcher's Bull Yankees Win New York, Aug. York won troilWQ. but had reser'vo strength'and even break in with elpbia today, the Yankees taking the last: game by a" score of fi to 2. Nov.' York bit Williams, ihe yonng co brilliant support told. Hoston............... 4 10 0 Brooklyn.............. 1 10 1, lludolpli and Blackburn: .Alarqmird cf-KinpaiiKii home runs, which. were for five runs. Philadelphia dogs waltzed to first via the pass Winklur, tho provincial cabinet: 4 Tip for the Lads Take the advice of seasoned chaps. They will tell you that the secret of keeping fit and hearty is an occasional piece of "Manitoba's smaller than route during iho entire nine innings. 'Lofty Gilbert, who pitched for the j made early in the season. It h City Dairy team in the Edmonton Stn-iiho worst season in s; ior League during IfllS, was on the Windier. 11 "In several disn-icis the wheat wheat crop will, be I tho lowest estimates j as been .id Mr. f! THE PERFECT GUM It's the best little refreshment a soldier can carry. The sealed package keeps it always full-flavored, fresh and clean. The delicious mint flavors sweeten the breath, prevent acid mouth and make smoking doubly enjoyable. -v, It cleanses the teeth, aids appetite and 2. Nov.', mound Cor the losing team and had a ollegian, (Iny_ Hfi harder than in and Meyers. Phillies' Clean Sweep Philadelphia. Aug.- A base on to "Bryrie, single and a double steal1 by these players gave Philadelphia the only run of today's game with New York and enabled the home team to make, n clean sweep -the scries of four contests. The visitors got only one man as far as second base and none to third base, New York 0 3 3 Philadelphia 1 2 0 Tesreau and Kocher and Tragres- sor; Dcmaree and Burns. Good Pitching Wins St. Lnuls, Aug. pitching Harmon and Cooper enabled Pitts- burg to win today's games [roni St. Louis 1 to 0 and 2 lo 1. Pittsburg 1 5 1 St. Louis 0 6 1 Harmon and Schmidt; Meadows, Ames and Snyder.' New York Williams and Hale; Ret) Sox Win Boston, Aug. Ruth came out a victor in a 13-inning duel with Waller Johnson today, the Sox defeating Washington, in UIB lattev's final appearance this season t tn 0. For 12 innings Johnson field MIR Ited Sox to four widely scattered hits. T.he 13th session was his undoing, the champions getting three hits in this inning, netting them the game's rnn. Washington........... 0 ,S 1 Boston.............. 1 7" 8 Johnson and Ainsmith; Ruth and Thomas. -No oilier games scheduled. PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 1, Oakland.6. Portland 2. Los Angeles 3. .Vernon S, Salt Lake II. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 1, St. Paul G'. Toledo 0, Minneapolis -5. Indianapolis 6, Kansas City 4. Louisville 1, Milwaukee 4, INTERNATIONAL Toronto 2, Providence (i. Rochester Richmond 3. First Montrea; 9. Ualtiraore 10. Second Montreal 4, Baltimore 1. Buffalo 5, Newark 4. Camp Hughes, the big training canip, is pulling off a big boxing and tournament, aiid Letiibridgc is represented by a winner in the 125 pound class. win, son of W. H. irwin. clerk of the District Court, won his bout tor the IStfith Battalion from Pte. Aarons of the 223rd. Leigh ton is handy boy with .the I gloves, having been one of the best at the local He is also a good athleta in other branches of. sport, and is an especially good swimmer not be worth cutting, owing to black rust and inserts. It is not worth while cutting ahe wheat in ihe Mor- den and Clearwater localities, and it probably will be burned." owns a farm in Morden and vcUiriiQd' tpday aftor spending the week-end in "tliat district. Samples of ivheat which the minister obtained from the show, lie said, a very poor grade. The blight has been general through- out Manitoba, Saskatchewan and the northern Winkler said. He believes a large quantity of wheat which has so far escaped the plague, will be .frozen before it can ripen. Two flavors Write Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigtey BIdg., Toronto, for free copy of quaint "MOTHER GOOSE" book illustrated In colors. JONDEE FEELING GENEROUS AGAIN New York, Aug. Standard Oil company of New York reduced the price of refined' petroleum for-export 10 points, making refund in cases of 11.25 cents a gallon in tanks, "i cents, and standard white in barrels, 8.85 cents. NORTHERN Duluth 4. Winnipeg 1 Superior 0, Fargo 1. NORTHWESTERN Tacoma 1, Spokane 11 Vancouver 12, Great Falls y. Seattle a, Butte 11. Hundreds of treatments have been offered for corns. Some were sedatives to quiet pnlri. Some were acids, harsh and rioky. Some mere qucckery. But one famous chemist corns for 25 years. And finally dlscovcrsd Blue-jay. That ia now lha standard treat- ment, gentle, c. Jrtcin, scientific. It is uaed on a million corns monthly. It has stopped the corn in- stantly, 70 million times. It has ended the cornacomplctoly within 48 hours, in Ql percent of the cases. The others tcko a Hulc longer. StopparinfTcorns. Stop treating and thai cndn them in a gentle, cnsy way. Prove that tonight. "Ends Corns 15 and 25 Druggists Also Blue-jay Bunion Plasters BAUIiH HLACU.CiifcaffiJanii "Support Home Industries" Beer- ILBERTA'S PRIDE (Non-Intoxicating) To Be .Obtained at the Following Places m the City. PERRY REID, (ELITf. CIGAR ARLINGVOiN HOTEL, COALOALE HOTELr VVINUSOH HOTEL', CASTLE HOTEL' ADOISON O.ALT ITALIAN GROCERV, FAT'S 5'uiCK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDGE CANDY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO, 3. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAFE, MIKE 3ALONIKI POOL ROOM NO: e. Chew it after every meal Oui1 Own Corrcsoosulf nit Kippenville. Aug. death of Miv McTavIsh occurred on Monday, July 191G, at the home of his daughter. Mrs. O. C. Remmlngtou. The funeral services were conduct- ed by7 Mr. T. T, Faichney, on Thurs- day. Aug. 3rd Mr. McTavish came to our western country about two months ago, and since that time his health has been i iiilmg IIP passed at tlia aiV' s" age or S5 jeats Tho-Doar months' old son oE Mr. Ai t mi Pieico died on Aug. 1. The funeral sermon was! at the Kippen school on Thursday, Aug. 3rd. Many fnl -floral tributes were given by friend? x The given In the 2-i2 house last Thursday. Aug 10, jvas a dncidcd success. The program con- sisted of solos, duets, quartettes, reci- tations, etc. The solos were rendered liv Messrs. Carl Berg, T. T. Faichney, Mrs. Caniiigton and Miss Roberts, all of which wore heartily appreciated. Several good recitations wore giv- i. Mr. McDonald recited in his usur.l nluasiag manner. "UNAIDED EFFpRT" IS GOOD Low death -rate- and high birth rats are two marked characteristics of Calgary vital statistics Tor the'past, mouth. If wc can only keep that sort of thins up we shall be a really .big city one of these days and all through our own unaided ef- Herald. A light sketch entitled, "Dr: Cure- all." was the most laughable feature of the evening. All of the actors ven- deredsthoir parts in a most credit- able manner. The program and refreshments com- mittees deserve special mention for their faithful work in malting the con- cert n success. The refreshments consisted of ice cream and cake, whicfi was generous- ly aorvcd to the large crowd. The collection which was taken applied on the salary of tho summer sfmicnt. M. T. T. Faichney, and am- ounted to ?30.60. MORAN AND.MORRIS FIGHT ON LABOR Tulsa, Olila., Aug. 1 Mpran, the only heavyweight ever went 20 .rounds with 'Jack- Johnson and 10 bounds wilh Jess WUlarri without be- Ing knocked out, is goIiiK to he in fit.condition for his la-round mill with Carl" Morris, tho "pride of to ho in an Immense, open air iirena iu this tlty'on the lifter- noon of Ljibpr'-Ea'yi September v (Frnm Our Own Oo Albion Ridge. Aug. 15. Crops are government well in the distuct but may have the use of its own utility' witli the jnescnt irnngeirents Tve The lain last week came as a great have no cupplv available Why not j boon to the many hauling water. .Grain get the district to put m a tank on TV as not lodged as in some other neigh public properti so that the public] boring districts J in fine) condition. Cutting will begin in a week, and expectations are high for another h.uriiper crop. Miss Lynn is, home from the Holy Cross Hospital.. Calgary, where, she J has byon in "training.1' Tho schooKtrustcfts are measuring up lo the demands of present! day edu- cation and are putting in some up- to-date supplies.'' We arc forluuate in having an dnthuHmsUic champion of education in our present leather. Mr. Pike is gaining an increasing Attendance .and interest in." the Sun- .day affernoon se'rviucfi'.'. It Is to he that tho excellent work done 'by the Sunday school wilt he taken up again. Miss Uoiie ;is visiting with Mrs. Pulley for a lime before leaving the district. .1, Stewart hauled home from Barons a veritable mountain of binder twine lo "tie up his sat perched on top wearing the proper kind of Hubert, Lebarre is, still up north or Kdmonton, looking over land.with Iho Intention of settling (here. Summer-fallow generally i" in Iho .pinfc of perfection. Few weeds ure growing on it this year, ".There is a shonngc in ihe water fji'PL'J.1' iii, (JlsUict. TUero is r., Lhcir bicycles might in every respect be of unusually good appearance, particular cyclists have equipped thefti.with Goodyear "White Diamonds." Whtff Diamond an aristocratic tire of white All-W.eqtket-1 Tread as strong as ''it w' liandsome tke bicycle lirt] deluxe. EAR ICANAM BICYCLE TIRES ;