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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I'HIJHSnAY. Al.T.UST-17.1010. THE LETHBRinGK DA IVY HERALD PAGE THREE Jlsnoy- ARROW TtJi? Bonrdl Holds Them To Two Hits, But Errors Let In Many Runs COLLARS-NOTE THE NEW PRICE 15c. EACH 121 Timers' baseball team hist nlpht took Ilie measure of the 7Slh Hatter? iKreKalioii in a Kanie that wenl five IS "MUGGSY" QUITTING Now York, AUE. n.-John. J. McGrnw, mnil- (If tho (.limits since 1902, may retire from Wiiinifred, Aug. 15. The, ____ fourth annual fair of the U'innifrcd society was held yestor- under very favorable woatlwr iiKor (If tho .mis snc baseball voluntarily whon his conlracl the New 'vorlt Nationals expires at the according to his own statoinontj rounds. samc. No one i-.'.-radllaliy hcromliiE weary of the trials and i( was eonilllK off II. was tribulations caused by managing a big league watched by ten snra-.lalors and half a Mil club lie has been actively engaged interested canines, nl-ivcr and team leader over since ho broke in- Old Timers hail to call on half lo "fast -company with tho fiimohs Baltimore a Yimou Timers to com-. Orioles in 1SU3. the squad. The Battery was i contracl with I'lesident llempstead'of men.' New York has another year to said .Me- Stewart and .Mason bohiK off the line- Wil'iams was on llu; mound for thai I ncrid. nnd that is other Hue of work." McGrajw is said lo he drawing different if your team loses 1 feel like retiring to devole money time-to soni( c Old Timers and Fulton Bonnoll! London. Aug. a hoisted them over for, the big suns. K die front, Kiug George today general order to the army In the later had bad snpporl Ihere would have been a different tnle to lell. lie allowed bill tv.-o nils, lioili garnered by MeSwal. and one of them was NATIONAL AMERICAN Boston Cleveland Chicago Detroit......... St. Louis New York....... "Washington Philadelphia Increase The Brooklyn Boston 'Philadelphia..... York Piltsburg Chicago.........' St. Louis Cincinnati One-Sided 'firm (lid one of lliei I wliwi Home walked, stole and '-Hfi j home on a beallhy hingle hy 31 43 (ID I IKIbl-iriii. A ni.-e rillllllng (i" ________ Game Cincinnati, Aug. Ifi. Cincinnati i played a r.-iB'-eil game today and Chi- cag'o won r, to II. While there were hits made off Hi.-ndrix he never jiHowei! more than one In an inning. Zimmerman tried to steal home .in Boston. An, So, rf, kick and was linally out out of the B S 1 1 Cincinnati I llendrix anil ISlllolt; .Moseley, Knet- Lead creascd Iheir loml In the pennant ra by winning two hard fought iiaftles with Chicago. Tile lirst went In- nings lo a score of to -1. The sec- ond game was called after live and a half innings on account of darkness tensive as have been. -I. Stephens principal of (jlaresholin Agricultural college, acted as judge in most of the classes. I L. H. Losey and Ira Williams wen; i the big winners in nearly every class. I In llu; horse classes I1. Hcuhrbm. W. i W. Smith and T. L. linker wern also winners, as were Sam Nelson and A. Roily. W. liickmore, .1. K. f-his- holm. A. ChiKholin. A. Craig. C.oo. visit lo Hcotl. .1. Heath, A Simpson, and T. issued a IJniin also appeared as winners in the Krance- carriage and saddle classes. exnre-siue his muireclalioii t.f 'he In the cattle classes Alex Kmil.h. solenoid -ind cheerful of and A. Ulster were Hie winners. Ira rinks -mil through personal visits 10 Williams and L. H. l.osey carried oil scenes of the desperate struggles, his almost everything in Hie poultry i r'ridln" or the demands on the L. II. Uisey getting most ol the "of the men -mil ihe physical In (he Wyaudoltcs W. C. Briggs lie" tiie! reunired lo assail and cap- and T. Parker were winners, while W. Timers' runs being made on [lositlons iirepar.-d during the liickmore got prizes in canaries. .Mb. !lwo st years whirl, were strongly .VicFarhme scared prizes lor her I H-'t-'idefended'to the last. keys and geese, as did W. I-lu-kmoio On the Weet Fiont for a Week and W. C. llrigts. In dairy products With the British Army in France. .Mrs. Klelt. Sirs. Den Chisboim, .Mrs. ,15 The Itallery collected lour swals. but; via Aug. George b-K llripgs. .Mrs Long and others uen- count; al front lor a week. .He leit winners. for England and his denartiirc I Losey Bros, also managed to can-, illanl, first intimation that the ma-; lure most of the grain prizes. John j ioritv of the iroojis had of his nrcs-, Wilson got lirst in oats, j eiice' a matter ol precaution the In the roots and vegetables Ihere j vl-it wis belli a secret and there was was very little competition al'.d Losey 'ray-' no ilislilav or ulu nniu-.vs ss on Ihe llrus. seemed all the prizes with the j 'occasion' of his visit last foil. cxcenldon of carrots in which Ira: -M The kin" simply about seeing U'illiams took lirst. wn-'all section's of the army at work and: There was some very fine displays j liie liclds It hail The flutter of. of ladles' work on exhibition, hot un-i bil of bnntin'1 hearing the royal fortunately the judges of this branch i crest ol arms fis motor car sped did not give the names of the win- aloug Ihe road in clouds ol dust, and, ncrs. .motor truck drivers and passing bat-; The fair .can thank-the president II. II. K.Ualions started and looked around, ex- ami secretary for the work they did an exceedingly scratchy variely. i behind Ihe hat conldn'i bold his and this, coupled with lack of pra Williams slruck onl in of tin ierv while llonnell mowed down I'ivej of ihe Old Timers by the whiff roiile. i PROMOTER AS S SMTC BLUNTS the equal of most I5c. Cigars. Some Tobacconists will try to sell you other brands. WHY? Simply because there is less profit to them on "Promoter" at 3 for 25c. S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL i RM Half ____ by Jhin-iy wns a roainru. The Old -Tom's. K.: Mm i-f Ah-Arlhnr. rf.; c.; Piinnworlh. ill.: I- IJunsworlli. :ih hivingstou. ss.; Mi-Killop. 1h.: liatns; P. Uaitfti-y l'i.; Hnlminii. KS.; r U Hmiiudl, P.; -viiii'lioii. SltttUon. If. itort! hy hmiiiRs score1 at to 1. able uiui ber ot the Red toaiii. with tiie exception of Carrigan and flresff, were pressed HUD scrvico for tlioir game, oitlier as plncli runners or fielders. It' wus a con- test ami was marked by numerous sensational plays. Eddie Collins, Scott, Walker, Uarry, and Gardner figuring moat prominent- ly. Hunched liils' wore responsible for all runs in sneond same, Bfitvveen games the world's L-ham- pion pennant wus raised with custom- ary ccrcmqiHcs. First s'iime; _' 4 Ifi .Boston 5 11 1 ''Pjljcr, Cicotte und Schalk; Loon- onl, .Afays, Shore1 and Thomas. ScL-onil aamc: j Chicago -1 >f f j HoMnu 2- 5 Williuins and Lapp; Foster, Leuimnl j and C'juiy. i Ecsy for Yankees New Vork, Aug. York won nn cjisv victory 5 to II from Cleveland. Tho Yankees scored "their five rims in the first inning: proIIting largely hy Gould's wild ness' for three runs. Klep-; or relieved Oould and .Miller; singled, .sending in two moru. HHS- sell was wild, hut pitched a game for York nllovviii; four hits. ClcTolan'd............. -I 1 'New York............ 2 Gould, Morion, Klepi'er am! O'Xeill, Colcman; KiiHseH and St. T.onis-Philadelphia, (rain.) tng ton, (rain.) iyo, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo, .i; Minneapolis 8. Colninbns 2: St. Paul 3. Indianapolis 5; Kansas City 3. Louisville I: .Milwaukee 3. Downing. INTERNATIONAL llulfalo 5: Xewark 0. Toronto (i: Providence 4. Rochester 1: Richmond 6. RING GOSSIP Joe Hivers has I for ;i bout v-'ith .loo Colorado on August Ad the former iishlweipbt clnunpion. has been signed to box Joe Azcvedo at Philadelphia on August fred can look forward to next year. :claiininp "The. king." The Prince of to make it the success that it was Wales was with the kins all the lime, and If they continue in office Winni- ThB monarch was dressed in khaki fred can look forward to a better sho- with the crossed Iwtous of a Held marshal on his shoulders, and the i prince wore the uniform of a lieiitcn- in the Orenadier Guards. Neither wore any decorations and but for; their features which were Immediately I omplfiled arrange-! rocognizod everywhere, they might! taken for two of a party of officers making a round of Inspection. At one point on the line the king met fienenil Sir Henry Hawlinson. commander of the fourth a PACIFIC COAST. San I'nincisco 2; Oakland Portland 1: Los Angeles 2. Vernon Salt Late. 2. NORTHWESTERN Seattle S. Tacoma 1; Spokane o. x, First VftTieonver S: Great Fails 15. Second Vaiscoavsr 4; Great'Falls 5. ill. I delivered the main attack, ;uid Major-j Wnrner team made its first General Cosgrove. corps (iway froin ,his yes- .Itmmy Claliby. is siill in Ann- ed Montiiuban and AJIgliting tliey Wmil to Champio-.i h-ili-i Ins IKJCII nntflird for tweniv from his antotrniiilt; near IMMCOUTU fnnnminent there nKiiiiisl' I.OS Buri-y. at Syclney I the kill? went into the lirat line GOVERNOR-GENERAL -ACCEPTS FLOUR FROM SASKATCHE- WAN Oljawn, Aug. till- gnv- Kiis-! orn'or-feencrul on behalf of Ihe .crown. tins ufternoun formally I1-' with tho bills of lulling nncl Ilaltlina Le.vlnsky is going to .have id bout in Chicago of tiie Windy fit him in action. II n limit ill Indiana Day with "Knockout." Hrnwn. trenches whoclv which made their charg-. "Now I will breast t as the _ mounting il. my ntiiii hn said I'o ivalked over "No le ItlllH lliuuiu.iny ii. to -Bee-1 Mail's lanil" anil Ihe HritiBli shell will Uiki> iiurt In -flrn 'on Iho mass of fortifications anil Iliirhor on Ubor trenches wiiicii lim Britiali had wresi- ccl from Ihe Grainans. O'LEARY GOT HIS Ig null jlluwll j mcnls ccrtifyin? to the gift of -M linl carloads of tloni- the grain; 'oll> growers of- Saskatchewan lo Great Britain. Tho ceremony tooli place, at' 'Kl'tw Kidoau hall and the pMsentation I made hy J. A. JlaharR and J. H. Mlls- i sclnian, president and secretary, res- j pectively. of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' association. Johnny Coulon. of whom little linn liciml since he losl the lianlaSli-: wciRlit litle lo "Kill" Williams over, two years aso. is tryins t" i-nmn .lindk I acaln. Conlon is onl on the. !'iuiifle; Coant hoiiiiE I" fonr-roiiml "aina-1 Icnr" hoiils. which have lalien 'Ihe of the real fiKhts of ntlior diiys. Vei-non. the well-Icnown lo taite part ill the tournament there c with the Champion, Stavely p.nd Xan- the IJritish hVoiislit. home .the liacon in the lirst round with Cham- pion, rliiniiiK by Ii lo 5 irva Rood game. :Then tlis vain demniilcrt and lint the tourney on. (he Wink and Warner :came home. J-Iowever, Htavely and i Xanton are going lo iilay off tlieir end of tiie schedule and the winners will 1 Irv to arrange a game with i l.i'lbhridKe. nlsllt. Bcrs nitchcd for Warner in his usual So-Kl form. The score by innings: 'Warner Sel- REPLIES TO MR. RABBITT LUitor, Herald: have noticed the Champion j Butteries: Hers and Linker: lars and -Cougblin. Tho Warner line no: Berg p: Boston. Aug. of j New Vork, knorkeil out Johnny p'-j SIR G. TURNER DEAD New York, knocked out Johnny p'-j London, Aug. Lrrvy lightweight chanipion of Can--George Turner, former premier. 'Bda, in a iiout here tonight. The con- Victoria, aged 6S. 'died suddenly yes- test was scheduled for 12 rounds, and -voiday, says Router's Melbourne cor- the. .finishing bhiw came in the ninth, respondent. Vlnlliipioiisiiip (Oiliest he- It is lliffls-Jlt to imiler- Welsh and Charley stand; whether Us ill ends to he iunn.v It is learned from a reliable source liumiile timid animal that bears his lint loach has ilecidfil lo re- lisme. oner Ihe riii-' Ad Worst's BiiweBS-: However, tlierc mieais to he a -.lent "r nc s-tunl has been re- of in nature anil his slri nm- or Lcai-1, deeidiiiB to try for tin, truth nnd a fan- .ep- hand at UK- again, and he rrsenlation ol tl.a matter u focls .-in lain he will make isooil. as his enl iri-ly "nil.' vcoicli-rful! Conirihs Hoyt 2h: Gillis RabhiH Amlorsoii ss: -McLean If: GrahElri Skinner, I The Champum Kne-nn: Poiters. Conghlin. catcher; Hanson, Himmel. Stitian. Sellavs, .Ditcher: Wise, Car- michan am! finclillii. Umpire. Julie Str "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge Beer- ALBERTA'S PRIDE (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Placet in the City. PERRY a REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALDALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEI-, CASTLE HOTEL ADDISON HIGGIN3, GAUT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, FAT'S QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDGE CANDY 'KITCHEN, BING WO. J B t RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAFE, MIKE SALONIKI POOL ROOM NO. 6 Rome, M.I I oudoii Ang iid luikisli diplouiats ime n Beine aod aie m tourh ......oinatic of-I'lB Allies a to thu ot a separate peace, according Jo a Berne disp-Uc.ll to the Idea Nazionale, TOLL OF New Aork Aug Dnrjng IlieJasU "t houis infantile parahslS< killaa. H children while 11" nersoiis sine ken BANANAS DAMAGED Kingston, Augr damage has been done to the banana plantation on the island by a storm which has been rasing'since midnight lait night The full force ot the dis- turbance 11 to strike the is- land Tonight VICTORIA OLD-TIMER PEAD Victoria, BO, AUS Rod- erick unlayson for 36 jears a real- dent of Victoria, and native of Der v-ltulle, Que is dead hand is i Th Mexandra Counter HEAlexandra Bar' JL has been trans'" formed into a Lunch Counter and beautifully decorated, and finished. OPENS NEXT WEEK 'i -1' Meals Served at All Hours. Special Music All Day. .New Lady Singer EacH Week, Sing Every Day. and heaNUJi. the statements about Ihe so-called nuldlo in iho welter and mid-'American boys and hy (hem, so tar dUision still exist- 'a-k'as the .Mayor is coiicernoil. were '.lot UrlHoi. claims .he title, but there are' accordms to lucls. The Alayors pos- it c-it a half dozen who dispute il.jlUon was pcrlertly In.r and piopei., Frobalilv enterprising promoter which is more than 51 r. llabb.U can, will put on a series of elimination rtaijn for his, io.nai-.i5. i He: eridently laclting liouls. and. In this way, help lo liud the real king. Al of Brooklyn, ha.'; a teclir nii-al riaim lo flic milldlewoigbi. crov.-n, no one rorards it seriously. Since .Mi-Coy iu-iiolreil his "lillc" hy khock-; cilod nmoimst the re- rinenienl scnso of right that ini- bnes gentlemen who always. carefully welsh statements, before imblislling them. It is really ami nieiit. for he has a to, ability to tako punish-; ways uis saved Uini from being fhislied by liis liatlliiis u recent to take on all Ihe biK hoys winter, hoping to defeat them all'hnil tlius lay claim to the honor of being chief challenger. But, before lie rives at Ills'goal, Levlusky probably will have .to, tnlte on Frank 516ran; i h'red Charles' Weinert, .lint Coi'foy. nnd, of course, he'll have Iq give another chance. i liity that one doim- 1 ns should try to ma- 1 i irable, uyrisht' citizens. f have irictt to 'oe moderate in tliis ply but promise" Sir AKnlibiit that if finaliv llnslied in ins cn-er'-lack Dillon, 'plans wishes to "rougl. if he can got all -those kind of goods he is looking for especially 'ir. these times, i .Yonrs vory- truly, D. Ii. llAHDll'lJIayor. Kev. H. S. Osboriie B.A., B.D., has arrived from Belleville, Ont., to take charge of the Metropolitan Methodist Olitirch at Victoria. lhe first aid to good cooking. SAUCE l Genuine WORCESTERSHIRE Dry Cleaners for theWholeFamily 'Wci'volaiehds of Hie whole lamily. There's a sen ice can render every j'ucmiicr.from fnlhc-i down to little Jinmiio. f U wc .11 know n particulai man. Bnt economical. Henl-- NvaTS n suit a couple of season. bccaubC he knows we-make f tlum look like new. ,00 oil her to Wl an eye .conorny And .h -.both her waist., gowns, .k.rt. and dr....S .r, clMn.d or dyed by Our The children, who terror, on olotho., oau.e the folk, no trouble. lot, u, lake the clothe, worry off her mind. Ou? City Dyeing Cleaning Works LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Phone 444 H.H The Only in Southern Alberta. ;