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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB FRUIT, THE GREAT Healing Powers of Fruit Proved limple juices of apples, oranpos, flps and prunes, when transformed into .'Frult-a-tires' will relievo diseases of the Stomedt, Liret; Kidneys and Skin, The 'truth of this statement has been proved in thousands of cases of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Torpid Liver, Constipation, Kidney and Bladder Troubles, Skin Diseases, Rheumatism, Jv'euralgia and Chronic Headaches. Tlio enormous sales of are the beat proofs of the value of ihis Jruii medicine. 50c. a box, 6 for trial size 25c. At dealers or snnt postpaidon rcftnint of price by Fruit-a- lives Limiteo ,fra, BASEBALL NATIONAL w. Philadelphia Brooklyn Chicago Pittsburg Boston New York-... St. Louis Cincinnati 58 51 54 53 51 48 ret. .549 .537 .500 .501) .485 490 .468 .453 Brooklyn Nctr York Coombs and Miller a i ii i Mathewson, JIarquard and Dooin, Meyers. Cincinnati 251 Philadelphia................ 0 i 0 Toncy anil W'ingo Alexander, Chal- mers and Killilcr, Burns. Chicago Pittsburg Humphries and and Gibson. Second game- Pittsburg and Archer 2 3 Bresnahan TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL CELEBRATION PROMISES TO ECLIPSE ALL SEASON'S EVENTS Labor Day, bo the big- gest event in the year for 'LcthbridRC, for it is the intention of the Trades sure the union men loyally co- opernte to make that laudable ob- ject a complete success. of nil kinds will be held chants and others for pri7.es and clo- this celebration. When expenses have been met the bil.auce remaining will be devoted to supply- ing the defenders of .the km jure who enlisted in Southern Albetta with tobacco and cigarettes. The cry from the front is more men and smokes anil it is the intention of the Trades and Labor Council .to.dp all m their power to supply'these old. friends in the battle line with a good smoke. It is also understood that the ited Cross society will ask permission to run a booth at the fair grounds, where the sports will bo held, and should they decide to do so we are CUJ-RAIE BASEBALL ATTENDANCE NOT WHAT WAS WILL BE CONTINUED Baltimore, Md., Aug. n.-Ten-cent Headier baseball, started here today, was not as big a success as the local Federal management bad expected. The attraction was a double-header Cooper and No other National games scheduled. AMERICAN en 3; 70 a: (H 54 51 43 Boston Detroit Chicago Washington New York Cleveland Si. Louis Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland Second game- Detroit Cleveland............ Oldham and Stanage Waworth. 51 06 GS 71 .664 .642 .504 .509 .500 .388 .371 .324 10 3 7 9 3 Jones nations, and it is hoped all will loy- ally help the working men of this city to carry out their program as in the past, the committee appointed by the Trades Council is R. W. fuckwell, 813 lith St. S., chairman J. 0. Jones, (Prcs. T. and Frank Lamesfcld. They, with a general working committee, will be Iu charge of the day's proceedings. Footballv baseball, running events, greasy pig and several novel features may be introduced into the program, which will te published in full in the Herald next week. AND POOL between piltstiurg and the local tail- Anders. The reduction in price had 1 been extensively advertised. Every hoy and man in town knew it. There were at the game, in the j grand stand, including' some women, who are free on ladies' day, and din-.es on the bleachers. There was room for some 500 or 600' more in that corner, and the man- agement had aiso placed benches in the field to accommodate the over- flow that did not now. Manager ivnabe, however, seems satisfied that the experiment is a suc- cess, and dime baseball is a fixture here'for the ..rest "of the season'. The reduction is most popl'.ar with the F. W. DOWNER WINS POOL HON BILLIARD FINAL TONIGHT For three weeks pool and billiard tournaments have interested the members of the Chinook club. This week will see the close of the com- petitions. Last night the linals the pool tournament, were played off, Dr. Rusk and P. W. Downer the contestants. Mr. Downer won the ribbon and the club championship. The semi-finals in the billiard tour- nament resulted in R. V. Gibbons defeating G. R. Tinning and tonight he plays oftiwith H. J. H. Skeith in the finals. boys, although there was also a ticeablc increase of men on bleachers. the Chicaeo-St. Louis, postponed, rain. No other games scheduled FEDERAL Chicago 62 Pitteburg 50 Kansas City 61 Newark 60 'St. Louis 58 Brooklyn 50 Buffalo 50 Baltimore 37 16 48 62 72 .563 .586 .580 .556 .532 .416 .438 .339 14 17 11 Bt Louis Newark Davenport and Hartley; Haiserlmg, (Falkenbcrg, Brandon and Rariden, Pratt. Brooklyn 2 Pittsburg a Bluejacket, Walker and Land Btock and O'Connor. Com- 4 7 0.3 Fischer Quinu Chicago Baltimore Brennan and Uact'iitsch. Kansas City............. 3 li 0 Bufiatp 2 8 J Johmron and Brown Schulz and lillcn. _____ INTERNATIONAL Providence Buffalo Montreal Toronto Harrishurg; Rochester Richmond Jersey City Montreal............ Uersey City...... Second tfersty City...... Providence......... Second game- Providence....... 58 56 51 51 4-1 44 36 36 38 -IS 51 51 56 69 63 Buffalo Rochester Richmond Richmond Harriseurg .654 .598 .538 .500 .410 .427 .364 2 5 6 Harrishurg AM. ASSOCIATION oftke BLADDER relieved In 24HOURS Sftlt PiMRS JILL GO IflJIriKIrEDS NEW DAYTON TEAM DISBANDS FOR SEASON AFTER BEAT- ING WARNER FINE RECORD New Dayton, Aug. the New Dayton club defeated- Warner 3 to 0 here Saturday the curtain was rung down on the baseball acts- of the season as far 'as the NTew Dayton team is concerned. The players have 8UPERBA3 WOORYING PHILLIES DON'T SHOW UP WELL Children Love It Don't Dewy Them Dentists ness to Doctors affirm its teeth attest .elpful- and gums, its aid to appetite and digestion. Give your kiddies all the they want. Use it Keep it always on hand. A boon to cools the mouth and throat. It makes the next pipe cigar taste better." Every w package sealed wax. All the goodness and taste kept in till you get it. Two delicious flavors. There tvas an old Spear-tooman lived in a shoe- Far her many young hopefuls she knew what to do! She made them most happy with WRIGLEY'S for It kept them in trim at a cost'very small! or m big bars for 5c "Ghew H after- every meal" MADE IN CANADA Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd. New Factory Toronto C19 COMMISSION "GIGANTIC MONOPOLY'' New-York, Aug. set; the psce in the National league dur- ing the week just ended and strongly pressing Philadelphia for the U1 SL Louis, iio Aug. The National -'Baseball Com- mission -was characterized in an- argument in the Federal District Court hero today as "a 'gigantic monopoly, with, a system of slavery and espion- age." The argument, was made by Charles -MaciiKJtt of Kansas City, attorney, for Armando Marsaus, who is ssekinj the dissolution of the injunction restrains him from play- leadership in the senior major lea-1 j_ 'bail team other gue organization. The Sliperiias than the Cincinnati Nationals, six out of seven games they during his enforced regaining ;i strong hold on second is drawing a place and.putting themselves in a ar trom tlle st; Louis Feder- sition to displace the leaders should the latter show any signs of falter- ing. The Phillies, however, do not ap- pear -to be in a faltering mood. They dropped only one contest during the weekf putting three to their credit and playing the steady game that has kept them at the top or near it for the greater part of the season. all .forsaken baseball for work in the harvest lields. New Dayton won its seventh straight .game by defeating "Warner Saturday in the fastest game played, here this season. Both Gorrill and world's championship. Now they are rg pitched first class ball, Warner; hovering around tlic .5011 mark, with The Braves ar> net having a very successful in working toward'the Last yea- at this stage of the race they were in the full stride of their, march to a pennant and Berg pitc getting only five hi's off Gorrill and the home team seven off Berg. Only two reached third in the nine innings played. The home aggregation have made a very creditable this year and can boast of the best record in the south country. SELLS PHILLIES' STOCK Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. dent Baker of the Philadelphia N'a- tional club, announced today thiit thi ation stock of that organizati held "by Mrs. William H. Locke of Pittsburg. has been purchased by three directors of the club. While the purchase price was not made public, it was stated that the stock was, valued at about Mrs. Locke is the widow of a former president; of -the club, who died two years ago. PITCHER COMSTOCK JUMPS TO FEDERAL LEAGUE Pittsburg, Pa, Aug. Couistock, until yesterday a pitcher of the Providence club of. the Inter- national league, was today on his way to Pittsburg, where he will Play with the Federal league, having sign- ed a contract presented by W. T. Me- Cullough, the -business manager. Manager Oakes said he expected Comstook here tomorrow. no evidence of the 'climbing power that they displayed in 1914.- The American league contest is an altogether different aflair. Long ago it became apparent that only three teams had a chance for the pennant. The games of the past wreek seem fairly to have measured the chances of the trio. The Bostons won seven games and dropped one. Detroit anc Chicago each played four games, niug three and losing one each. The Kcd So.v, of course, vvere playing on their home grounds, but they, have proved an extraordinarily good road team this year. -Kansas City had a disastrous week of it in the Federal. league, dropping enough to plunge the team from lirsl place to fourth during the week end- ing Saturday. The (irst five clubs however, remain .closely bunched, with changes among thorn possible as the result of a day or two's play. .SHE WAS SQLF CHAMP London, Aug. 'engagement of Miss Gladys Ravenscroft, ex-Am- erican and former. British golf chanv Dion, to Robert has :beeri an- nounced. She won the golf.title in 1912, and'the following i'carire-vislt- ed the United States with MIss'-Mur- iei Dodd. Sho defeated Marion llo'.lins of West Brook in the cham- pionship finals at Wilmington, Del. To dry a shaving-brush and proffct it from ilust, there, has been patented si celluloid .cylinder'perforated'for. the circulation yf air. LOOK HERE idleness, froi.. a-ls, with whom he has signed. v it LEE AXWORTHY AND WILLIAM WERE WINNERS OF RACED FOR PACING AND TROT- TING CROWNS The..raost interesting situation in football circles in many years here is Cleveland, Aug. Axworthy and William were crowned respective- ly trotting and pacing kings, follow- ing two of the most sensational match races witnessed by the horse world in years, today at the North Randall track-. Lee Axworthy battled three heats before defeating Fetor V.olo, while William won his race with Directum I. in two straight heats. World's re- curds took tbe count as a result of the afternoon's exhibition. Both matches were for purses of In the first heat oi the Axworthy-Volo contest the latter trotted the inJ.e in tieing the world's stallion mark, held by The Harvester and cre- ating a new record for a four-year- old stallion. In the next two heats, Axworthy won in and i mating an average time for a three Pit! sburg, Pa., Aug. of the Brook- lya Federals, admitted tonight' that he had resigned, but he refused to disc.uss the reason for" giving up Ilis position. Magee said he would continue to play second base. ON USE Added Attraction Someone has invented a device that chalks cues for pool and billiard thus adding to the attrac- tion of these games for lazy people. Doesn't Win Pennants The Boston Braves, like the Toronto Maple Leafs are poised for tile leap poising. never won a Edmonton, Aug. I the? semi-finals in tliB Alberta Pro-: vincial Football Association has .been. made by Secretary Tom S. S. -Dav- I are only three teams con- testing for the. Al-berta honors this' Calgary and Lloyd-' minster. The draw :resulted in Ed-r j monton .playing at Uoydminster. I Saturday, .August and the win- Iner playing at Calgary, August 28. The Swifts have practically cinched' the Edmonton championship and in. all probability will journey to Lloyd- GREAT BOY SWIMMER La Crosse, Wis., Aug. Strum, 'La Crosse normal schjopl star athlete and football player, svaaa :rom L-a Crosse to Brpwniville, Mfen., a distance oj 11 miles In 2 15 minutes. to a close with the 'two teams even terms and the, game tomorrow night is an extra .one ordered to de- cide the issue. The outcome of the match is re- garded 'as a toss-up by neutrals, but hackers of both sides and the players of each team can see nothing but victory in sight.' Even'money is pre- vailing by the few who make it a custom to lake a flyer. There is no doubt but what the match will be a hard one and full of those qualities that' bring out the crowds to football. The kick-off will take place at 6.43. James will referee. AT SEVENTY Aug. DRIVER KILLED New York, N.Y., C. Cornwell, 70 years old, a veteran 'horse trainer, was killed during a trotting race at tho Fair Ground at Mineola, L.I., Saturday, when a mare he was driving NORTH LETHBRIDGE LINE-UP The following team will represent Xorth Lethbridge United In their eame with tbe.S.O.E. tomorrow even- ing. Players are requested-to be oh hand at p.m. sharp: Hewitt: Seaman and Holland; Mac- Indoe, Whyte and Holbertpn: Wll- 'ietts, Simm, G.urr, J. Tennant and Campbell. Reserves: Breeze and T. Tenant. S.O.E. LINE-UP S.O.B. team-to-play .against North Lcthbridgo tomorrow .Parsons: Wallis and Xesbitt; Harp- er, Benett Faimch, Farrant, Draper and Bestwick. Reserves: Cheney -and Thompson. All viinyers urged to be at tho Bull park at C.SO t Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR QUN8, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED, 1 Bicycle Repairers Our Prices In Bicycle Repairs Cannot Be Beat. _ record, and- his combined average time of is' a world's mark for I he said, five vear old pacer. William also I Umpires Never Do While watching the preliminaries of a kids' game, I was approached by. a freckle-faced youth, who said: mister, will ya empire fer "No, I replied. "I doa't Itnow much the game." Oh, that don't make no smashed the local track record of and paced the fastest heat of 1915. Summaries Match race, trotting, purse 3 heats Leo Axworthy (Andrews) 2 1 1 Peter Voio, 123 Time: Match race, pacing, purse 2 beats William (Marvin) Directum (Murphy) Time 11 INDIAN MOTORCYCI.E AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone. 1032 ,.-11814 5th Street THE KING'S FAILED BY A HEAD London. Syortsmau: Lord Stan'iey was present at Newmarket yesterday to see his first runner, the somewhat ungainly Young Pegasus. The Cam- bridgeshire Hunt Plate, a. seveii-fnr- longs handicap, was a great race, and to many people it seemed that the Royal colors on Sunny Lake were first past the post. There were loud cheers on this, but Sunny Lake had just failed by and one can ily Kay, next to his Majesty win- ning, there could have been no more satisfactory result than the one which gave Lord Stanley such a good send- off on the He himself was, of j course, delighted, ant! I hoye we shall see his colors well carried for inany a year when the nightmare of- this has passed away, and the world has settled down to peace and prosperity after ai.': ab- solute 'end of'the German peril. ISS In His 20th Ye-'.r Many years ago a big French youth eiad in the uniform of the Phil- adeiyhia National league baseball iclub, perched himself on iirst .'case, riiinir.i: I'oadly at the good-uatinfd chaffing of the.crowd. The Philadel- phia papers had announced that the newcomer to the toig show was a' Frenchman from Fall River, and that he had led tbe New. England league .n batting, with an average of .429. That figure looked pretty good to tbe faus, and they were anxious to see the "find" in action. They saw a ra- ther handsome boy, who looked to be and his twenty-first year. He stood over six feet in height, but from' bis Latin ancestors he had in- herited an ease and grace of move- ment such as is uncommon in men of such altitudinous: proportions. This giiy, if you must know, was Napoleou Lajoie. Last Thursday, the great Napoleon began his twentieth year ill major .lea- sue baseball in the city, where he started, although he is now wearing THE DOLLAR DID IT New Aug. lure of dollars' has drawn Leach .Cross out jof his retirement. 'Cross started, rtraining today for his bout with jfirifflths of Akron at Ebbels' Held of the Athletics, and league which was nn- the uniform playing in a born when he started his career. .night.. HAS CONTRACT New York, N.Y., Aug. New- York American league club announc ed the release of Ed Sweenej catch er: JoiinjWarhop pitcher, and Chas 'Mullen, substitute first baseman to tbe Richmond team of the Interns tioiial league. Sweeney and Warhol) hn'vc been with tho Yankees since IDOS. it is sfpd will be the highest salaiied in a mm or league, as lie has nn contract, which does nut expire until .the end lot next season. minster next Saturday. Cornless v Feet Are Veiy Common Now A few years ago they were not. People pared corns and kept them. Or they used an inefficient treatment Then the Bbt-jtr invented. That ended com pasn instantly for everyone who it But it also gently the corn, so in two days it'all came oul. And this without bit of .psili or soreness. One told another about it, 'until millions came to use it1 Nowj those people never keep com. As soon as one" appears, they', remove it We urge you to do that Prove Blue-jar on one corn. Ir'you hesitate, let us send you tree. H the pmn does the corn does what k means to you. It means a lifetvaie corns. Your own friends, by the dozens, probably, know that this is so. Blue-jay Ends IS nd as Dmtfht. Samples MaiiiJ fnt Buer ft Bhck, ;