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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta AiT.rsr is, 1010. THE USTIIBRIDCiK DAILY HERALD PAfiE THREE ANNUAL TOURNAMENT OF THE ALBERTA_GUN CLUB The wlio lurnei, out lo the Taps on last Wednesday evening. horoiiRhly enoycd themselves, (.real Interest is liuing tiikcn Uic nenl which I lif rlnh is holdins on thu j i I'lcruoon of tin- and Millie a j ow shooter-, from oul of town clubs I .all li-c expected In compete. V. 11. Mor- is now of tin- Dominion Carlndt'" and winner nl Dlsluy of the king's prix.n and the rapid fire championship j L'.OO if the UriiiMi Kmplre. will bu present i and ho will give an exhibition ot fancy i 2.00 l. shooting. The Calgary will Ire headed by "lien" .McLaren, hist years winner at Ottawa of the. Canadian Am tifcur championship. Annual Tournament j The annual tournament of the Al- j 8 berta Gun club will take iilace on I Wednesday afternoon. August 23nl. Shooting will commence at 2.SU. lutcrstiile association rules to gov- rn. 1" .Money in sweepstakes divided by j the Rose syslem, 10, j II 1: Entrance fee in each event covers tho 'charge for targets. Shells of all makes can lie purchased on the gronnils. The winner of the city championship is entitled lo possession for one year of tlie Adams cup. The winner of the Brand challonKu event Is entitled to possession for one year Programme I'ee Tal'soli. ion 10 all money divided. Clly championship. to dull members only. In rum members only I1'11'1 lieKinnci-B. tlisl' Swoepstukcs, nil rnonoy divided. firnnd challenge Urcw- ery 1st staBC. ('My cliampionsllip. 2nd stage. Kv.'copsUkc, all the nio'.ioy divided. Handicap, club incra bers only, to be jn uvu stages of 10 Grand challenge, sec ond Team shoot for Dayton cup. Sweepstake, all money divided. There will he at least three prize? in each event with the exception of the sweepstakes and in those the dill will give free targets. Tim club will have an extra practise. shoot on the evening of Monday, the There is more than a chance that the Warner ball team may go after the Brewery Cup, emblematic of the amateur baseball cliampionsllip of tbo province. Oscar Berg, the star hurl- i throws by Klliott saved the rims. .New tori; Chicago 1 l> Salleo and Kocher; Vaughn and hl.- liott. Leaders Win Pittsburg. AUK de- feated PiUsliiirg to 1. Mamaux started for the Pirates but was hit hard in the fourth and was relieved by Evans at the end of that inning, but Pittsburg could not overcome the vis- itors' lead. Brooklyn 5 1'ittsbiii'g............. 1 Pfeffer and Meyers; Mamaux, livans KauUehner and Fisher. No other games scheduled. 'AMERICAN St. Louis ngton er of the southern squad, was in the j1o5ton city hist, night after winning for War-j ner over Champion ami would like take Vegreville on. Vegreville is now i Dctrok holder of the cup, which is in the far north for the first.time in years. llerg feels that .Warner ought to meet Travers and .any other of thej Ho'tiih'S'lcading-teams and If successful in beating them, would go .after the silverware if the G-sirfi-w 'jnpjfd b? n- ranged at a time when the boys could get away. It would necessitate the invasion of the frozen north just in the south's busy.season, but that sil- verware would look good down in Lcf- fia 62 IK 60 C.l 16 50 51 5S Si" .5SC .55! SCENES AT BATHING BEACH Smcle NliVV STRENGTH FOR LAME Latter TMs Dmr Mr. Kililor I. suffered foiii.v> lame back and a constant worn-out feeling. Al. times I unable lo stand eri-ct and scarcql] able to get around. It would UEuall] on at first with crick in smal; pit my b'n'ck. 1 took one box of Dr.; Pierce'e' Anuric Tablets and my back commenced to better soon' after.( starting''to take them. I did noj' have to walk doubled over as I did before using the "Anuric." I' is the. best remedy I have ever taken for what it in intended lo relieve. 1 hope those who are in need ol BT.c'.i a remedy will give the "Anurip Tablets" a trial. J. A. Q. DBXKE. Up to this time, "Annric'." has not bean on sale to tlie public, but by the persuasion of many patients and trie increased demand for tbia wonder- ful healing tablet, Doctor Pierce has liuallv decided to put il into the drue Btorea of this country within immedi- ate reacb of all sufferers. Simplv for Doctor Pierce 8 Annno, Tablets.' There can be no'imitation., nackaee of Annric IB Eure to he 5ocWPieroe'6. You will find the signature on the package just as you do on Dr. Pierce's Fayontej Prescrip- tion. tho ever-fumous to nilmg woman, and Dr. Pinrce'a ic.l Discovery, proven by yeari the, greatest general tonic. Send 10 centi to Dr. V. M. Pierce, BWWo, N. Y., for laVge trial packap.. At any rato.'don't np faeine onred of yoor malady until a -few doses of proven that-it win make feel, different person. insert -tfriB ALBERTA IS SURELY A PROVINCE' WITHOUT DRUNKS l Edmonton, Aug. month off .Inly. 10Iti, began a new era in the ial and economic life of the province of Alberta. It was from the. wet tor the dry. On the 1st of the above; month 300 licensed places exist. Many a doubt and-fear pressed regarding this law have bMtu I replaced by confidence and courage. To say that it is a great success so far is but to repeat what is on the lips. of all. Visiting a large number of towns one was struck with the optimism and i satisfaction. Business men every-, where' were loud in praising the Pro-. 1 hibitory Liquor act. The following are hut a few of the many remarks made: -1 ''Ilavo not seen a drunken man since .July 1st." "Women, sit no longer I around the stores waiting for a 'sous-, ed nor have to j, drunk, into a waggon. Men do their business and return home sober." V' iiugwcll's' town. Time will tell. Ch-rnpicns Defeated Boston, Aug. turned I on the champions shutting them pitt; 7 to 0. All the runs were scored off j Mays in tho four'a ad one-third innings he was on the mound. Chicago Boston 12 0 NATIONAL Brooklyn Boston Philadelphia New York Pittsburg Chicago..... St. Louis Cincinnati 64 o- JS IS Cubs Win '3S -10 42 SQ 111 C5 GO .628 .596 .582 .510 .468 .440 .415 Chicago. Aug. puss to Zeider and Mollitz's double scored the only ran of the pitchers' battle, between Vaughn, of Chicago and Bailee, New York The Giants had men on bases in all innings, 'but Vaughn's good work in tigiit places and three pretty Russell and Scllalk, Agnew; -Mays, Jones and Cady. Tigers Win Two Washington, Aug. won two poorly played games from Wash-1 ington, .11 to (i and S to -I. In the! first which went 10 32 play- ers were used. In the second game Detroit hit both Gallia and Shaw free- ly. Detroit............... 11 20 2 Washington........... C U 1 Dauss, James. Bentley, Coveieskie, and Spencer, Baker: Harper, Ayers, Shaw, Boeblin and Henry.. Second game called on account, of Detroit................ S 12 1 Washington -I 10 4 Dauss. Cunningham !'and Jl'jKcen; Gallia, Shaw and Ainsmith. Yanks Again Victors New York, Aug. York, played an uphill game and made it two straight from Cleveland by a score of y: to -I UK lankee1) tied the score in tbe eighth, llorton relieved Coveieskie. New York scor ed the winning run In the fltll on a pass to Packinpattgll and two singles. Cleveland............ s New York lo I Coveieskie, Morton and O'Neill; Fisher, Slmwkey and Walters. Athletics Get One Philadelphia, A.ig. broke even with St. Louis in two pit- ching duels, the home team winning the first snme in iiis.tenth inning. 4 to 3 and the. visitors the second. 5 lo 2. A home run drive by Pratt In the sixth inning decided the battle be- tween Aleyor and Davenport in tlie second "game. t L PVnk, Davenport and Severoid: B.ish and Haley. Second game: St. Louis............. 3 51 Philadelphia 2 S 1 Davenport and Severoid; Meyers and Haley. "SizzWSisleioiBi Treads Lightly on The Ground Sacred To Tyrus R. Cobb (By Robert L. The greatest player since Cobll! That is tin: verdict of. haseball's thousands. There is little room for doubt that George Sisler, the p.izzler. is one of the greatest players in the game today. This college boy is playing bis second season of big league ball with the SI. Louis Americans. He is improving with.each game. Young Sisler is the most ver- satile player on the diamond. He can play any position creditably with the exception of he prob- is owned In the same men who ouned the Columbus team, so I went rheie to play when school was out. Tho Pirates bought mo from the Col- umbus team. I was only seventeen years old at the time. My folks want- ed me to enter 'college- and take up engineering, so when 1 graduated from high school the next year 1 entered the University of Michigan. At first Ihey refused to allow me to play ball with the college team on the grounds that I was a professional. I appealed to the nationa! commission and they i declared mo a free agent and an ama- teur. That's where Pittsburgh's claim I "Branch Rickey, who managed the i Drowns last year, was the 'varsity i coach during the time I played with team. When I graduated from Michigan Rickey advised the Browns to get me. They offered me the best proposition, so I here "And continued Sisler, "I don't believe I ever had so much bard luck in my life as I have had this year. Alexandra Lunch Counter Buffet Alexandra Bar has been trans- formed into a Lunch Counter and Buffet, beautifully decorated and finished, OPENS NEXT WEEK Meals Served at All Hours. Special Music All Day. New Singer Each Week, Will Sing Every Day. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 2; Milwaukee 6. Toledo :'p; Minneapolis Secoild Minneapolis 4 5. Columbus 0; St. Paul j Indianapolis Kansas City 2. NORTHWESTERN Seattle R; Untie -I. Vancouver Brent Falls tu. PACIFIC COAST Portland 3; Los Angeles (i Vcrnon It; Salt Lake San Francisco 8; Oakland 12. .INTERNATIONAL Montreal 4; Kicumond 7. No other games scheduled. NORTHERN First game: Superior 0; Winnipeg -i. Second game: Superior G: Winnipeg 5. D'mntli. 2; Fargo s. 'Which is favorite ftskcd him. 'Oil, all of 'em." -answered Sister, a smile. "However. 1 think that the first suits me as well as r I only nitchcil one game us ,enr a, rl haven't for GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Milwaukee. Wis.. Aug. ___ Donaldson, of the Glcnview Golf Club, j----- C. P. R. STOCK. New York, Aug. sale of.C. H. today was at OPPOSING CHURCH UNION Toronto; Aug. convention of Presbyterians opposed to church union will be held here on< October 17. This was the decision reached at a meeting of a committee appointed to take charge of the The .convoca- tion will last .three days.and is expect- ed to bo vcrylargely.'attended. Healthful Sleep is recessary for the enfoyment and prolongation of life. During-sleep Nature renews the vital, forces of the body and restores tlie energy. _ f; Sleeplessness is one of the evil results of indigestion. To avoid it keep the stomach well, the liver active and the bowels regular..' The health of these organs Is Assured by Beecham's Pills. A harmless vegetable remedy, which acts immediately on the stomach, liver, bowels and kid- neys toning and' putting them in good working order. Millions of people sleep well and keep well because, at j, the first unfavorable symptom, they begin to take Wo'ftti Bex aouhis dispute between n 1 of Chainpag ne in be replied, "the Pirates had i Mshed .fl.D.E.PlnNIfiSHV[ After several weeks of invrstiga- tion and negotiation an effort is to be put forth to conserve the waste paper in this city. All the plans are not yet worked out hut the l.O.D.B. will have charge of tho campaisin and are: asking that, all householders, business men and others commence to save, old papers, magazines and other Definite particulars of the plan be announced latr-i' but the save should conimenije now. Besides tho co.nservntion ot the paper, which Is growing more valuablo dally, it lie pointed out that .tliore is a good opportunity for the l.p.D.B. to make so'mo profits on 'the ailil it'is needless to say lliat Hitch I'rollla wll'.bu lo the very best use. 3llt' in my home town, Akron, Ohio. I was persuaded to sign a contract the Akron team.' The Akron team i Tiirpie, lied Wing, Minn., who shol, the second half in 32, tleing a record established yesterday. Dainty chocolate pieces, out of the run of ordin- ary milk chocolate, containing a real flavor of rich, -creamy-' milk and the finest cocoa beans: well blended. Sold' everywhere. in Canada. "Support Home Industries" Drink Beer- ILBERTfS PRIDE" (Non-lntpxicatina) To Be Obtained atjhe Following Places in the City. PERRY 4 REID, (6LITC CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALDALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL ADDI3ON HIGGINS, OALT OROCERY, ITALIAN QROCERY, FAT'S QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDOE KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING B. 'C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, CAN D Y POOL BOOM ;