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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta yPURDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE try to ORIGINATED BY s. DAVIS SON: LIMITED, MONTREAL. "Makers of fine cigars for over half a century" Winners of the Gold Medal (Grand Prize) at Paris in '63 and Centennial in 1867 in competi- tion against the world. ROM0TER three Warner And Champion Play Ball Here Next Wednesday For S. Alberta Championship On Wednesday afternoon at the old Eckstorm half grounds Warner and Champion 'teams will play a sudden Ideath game for the amateur baseball [championship of Southern Alberta. The game will start at 5.30. The game has thrived this summer In the small towns of Southern Alberta land both teams have had a great run jot victories. Lethbridge people know the brand of ball .the Warner team can put up; their team has been seen in action many times in the past: The famous tierg and Lnker battery is a Idrawing card in itself. North of tho city the little towns have been'falling over themselves to produce winning combinations and Champion, Stavely, Nantou, Travers and'dther burgs have winners. Tire other day Warner journeyed to Champion and took the measure of the squad of that budding city by a score of 6 to 5. There were six dou- Me plays pulled off during the Warner annexing four of them and saving a possible defeat. This shows the brand of stuff the teams have. As it is meet that the championship of Southern Alberta should be decided, the -teams got together and picked on Lethbridge as neutral ground for the encounter. Wednesday afternoon next Is a half holiday and Lethbridge fans and fanettes are just dying to see a good game. It's a good bet, too, that half the south country will be in for the clash. Carmangay, Travers, Lo- mond, Vulcan, Nanton and Stavely an sure to send along large delegations of bugs for the doings, while Champion and Warner will each have their root- ing squads to cheer their teams to victory.'.- i B. Downing will handle the indica- tor, and. the opposing teams can be as- sured of a square deal in that depart- ment. BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Brooklyn Boston....... Philadelphia New York..... Pittsburg Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati 65 en 62 53 4S 49 47 43 as 41 42 51 56 62 66 70 .631 .590 .596 .610 .462 .441 .420 .379 New York St. Louis Detroit Washington Philadelphia Shut Out Pittsburg Flltsburg, Aug. pitch- ing by'Cheney enabled Brooklj-n to shut out Pittsburg 6 to 0. Harmon was hit hard in the second inning when four runs were scored on singles' by Mccarty, Cutshaw and Jlowrey, Baird' error and Mi'vars double. Brooklyn............. 7 1 Pittsburg............ 6 3 Cheney and Miller; Fisher. Harmon and Another Shut-Out Cincinnati, Aug. 18. Alexander pitched another shut-out game and Philadelphia won from Cincinnati 3. to Alexander had perfect control Tjver AMERICAN Boston 65 Chicago........ Cleveland 62 61 63 53 23 64 58 S5 .580 .557 .549 .540 .539 .534 .477 Auto Roads Around Lethbridge Best In The Prairie Provinces Wild Pitch Threw Game Vancouver, Aug. secretary of the Vancouver Automobile club has received a letter from Mr. H. W. AVhite, who reached Tyvan, Sask., on August 4, having left Calgary on his Viiiladelphia, Aug. wild pitch trip to Winnipeg July 30, being delay ly Bush with two men out and Mar- ,nA cltv on account of rain. Mr sons on third base and Severoid on second, gave St. LOUIS the winning run of an 11-inning game 4 to 3. St. Louis 4 Phil and Haley, Pioinick. A Sensational Game New York. Aug. A clean sweep I of the series with Cleveland, winning an exciting 13-inning contest 4 to 3. The Yankees have now won five ed in that city on account of rain. Mr. White says that his trip has been widely advertised ail- through the prairie towns, and residents are on the lookout for him all along the line, te ooou or Oj even to -stopping him along the road Groom and Severoid; Nabors, -Bush 1 ami making enquiries. 'He also says the trip is doing him a. great deal of good, as the camping out along the he has a number oi years. straight games. The game was a sen- sational pitchers' battle between two the entire route and did not give ULlullaI base on balls. youngstersTshocker and Lambeth, and Philadelphia........... o ,ud splendid work. Lambeth did Cincinnati a hit from the seventh in- Alexander and Killiter; Schneider, the 13th when he met Scbnlz'and Wingo. Divide a Double Chicago. Aug. Giants andjgles by Baumann and Mullen, i Cubs divided slugging matches. Er- nin" until tne wnen ne met ue-i real" With one out Peckinpaugh walk-! Spokane, Aug. 19.-Work has been ed and Pipp filed to Speaker. Peckin-1 started ice skatin rink at on successive sin- Sinto -------J Ottawa, Aug. prohibition cf racing forms is being considered by the officials of the post office depart- ment, although dcfinltV action has not been decided upon, a tentativa order prohibiting the entry at racing forms lias been prepared and the whole matter is engaging the attention .of the government., ,A difficulty which nrises 'in connection with the matter is that several Now York publications of recognized 'standing want to pub- lish practically the same information in regard to' racing as Is to ne found ili the racing forms. The distribution of racing forms In Canada Is contrary to the provisions or tho criminal'code. Have you "Noblemen" Cigars AMERICAN ASSOCIATION First Columbus 3, St. Paul 1. Second gamc-r- ..Columgus.l.-.St. Paul 4. Toledo 7, Minneapolis 3. Louisville 11, Milwaukee 3. Indianapolis 1, Kansas City 1. INTERNATIONAL Toronto 7, Buffalo 7, Providence 2. .Montreal 71; Richmond 0. Rochester 5, Baltimore 1. rors helped New York win the first S to 1, but long hits by the Giants off Prendergast, including a triple by Mer- kle which cleaned tho bases in the fourth, were nig factors. In the sec- ond game the Cubs pounded Anderson for six hits in the fifth inning, which with two errors, netted six runs, win- ning 8 to 6. First game New 8 H 0 Chicago Perritt and Kocher; Brown and Elliott. .Second game- New York Chicago PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 2, Oakland 5. Portland 1, Los Angeles 8. Vcrnon 6, Salt Lake 9. NORTHWESTERN Seattle 13, Butte 5. Tncoma 2, Spokane 4. Vancouver 7, Great Falls 11. Prendergast, 0 17 Anderson. Benton, Schupp and Koch- er- Carter, Hendrix and Elliott. St. Louis Wins St. Louis, Aug. single by Sny- der, batting for Corhan, scored Betzel from third with the run that won for St. Louis over Boston 4 to 3. Boston.-............... 37 0 St. Louis........i 482 .Rudolph, Hughes, Nehf, Barnes and Blackburn1; Tragressor, Doak and Gpn- C. P. R. STOCK New York, Aug. sale of C, P R. today was at 378, NORTHERN Superior 1, Winnipeg bnluth 8, Fargo 6, Cleveland New York Lambeth and O'Neill; Shocker and Walters. Tigers Again Lose Washington. Aug piteh- ig by Avers enabled Washington to defsat Detroit 2 to 1., Detroit's only run was scored by Crawford, who went all the way to second on Shank's er- ror, was sacrificed to third and tallied on a sacrifice fly. Detroit............... 1 7 1 Washington Dubuc, Mitchell and Ayera and Henry. Leaders Again Defeated Boston. Aug. won from Boston 11 to 6. evening the series at 2 games each. "Dutch" Leonard was batted from the box in the first in- ning, three runs being scored and two put on the bases by his pitching. Gregg, who replaced him, filled bases and forced .nins across, with two pass: es. J-. Collins then made: his second double of the inning and- two more runs counted. Wycknff then relieved Gregg and 'held "the visitors well in hand until he gave way to a pinch hit: ter in'the. eighth. Shore, who pitched the final inning, was batted for four runs Chicago ...............11 11 Boston ..V 690 Williams, jSchalk; Leon- ard, Gregg, Wy'cVoftj Shore and Cody and .Thomas. Regarding the conditions of the road, he describes It as being very rought in places. From Calgary via Lethbridge the road is. A1 for the whole distan.ee of 220 miles to Medicine Hat. Slow Going From Medicine Hat to Maple Creek j his average speed was only ten miles per hour, but lie has promises from influential men that they..will petition the government to improve the road condition. From Maple Creek to Swift Current the average speed was 15 miles per hour, and from Swift Current to Moose Jaw the conditions are about as tne camping uui aiuug me to Moose .jaw me uuiiuiLiuua is making1 him feel better than the same, but from there onto Regina the ice skating rink at .......ue and Cannon street. which is to be thrown open to Spokane lovers of this sport in the fall. The work is under the personal aupervi-j sion of Prank Patrick. A- force of i laborers started yesterday to lay the foundation. The building operations can not be rushed as it is work of a delicate nature that, requires every detail being perfect. The installation of the rink proper and the refrigera- ating system will demand more time than the construction of the building. Frisco Wants Franchise Mr. Patrick announced last night that thsqrersistent efforts of promot- ers in San Francisco to secure a fran- chise in the Pacific Coast hockey lea- gue this season doomed to disappointment for obviotis reasons, but stated that next season conditions might aright themselves and the Bay city admitted into the organization. Hockey has taken the San Francisco populace like wildfire and already an- other ice skating palace is in the pro- cess of construction.. he was able to make 30 miles' per hour. The wheat crop shows promise of .a heavy yield as good as last year, and he says that in travelling through this district one appreciates the fact that it is the best land under the sun for settlement, and contains raillrons of acres suitable for settlement, and he also appreciates the fact that good roads through will greatly help such settlement, and in discussing this quesr tlon with prominent men along the line, they fully agree with him in thi respect. A new foil starched light weight tape smarter than soft collar TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting in CanaM TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL KID GLEASON NAMED AS WHITE SOX COACH Chicago, .Aug. (Kid) Gleason has been signed by President ComlsUey 'to act in- the capacity coach of the White Sox base runners, it was announced today. JOHNSTON AND JAP TO PLAY FOR CASINO CUP IN TENNIS TOURNAMENT Newport, R. I., Aug. M. Johnson, of qualified for the finil imind in the Casino lawn tennis tournament by. defeating Har- old A. of Elizabeth, N J the liiterscholastlc, champion, in four Sets In tho other semi-flunl match which went five I. of Japan, de- feated C. F. Griffin, San Francisco, 1_6 2--6, and will Ijlay' Johnston for tho Casino Cup. "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge Beer- ALBERTA'S PRIDE" (Non-Intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in the( City. PERRY 4. REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COAI-OALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTL'E HOTEL ADDISON i HIGGINS, GALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, FAT'S QUICK LUNCH DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDGECANDY KITCHEN, LEE WONQ, BING WO, B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAFE, MIKE SALONIKI POOL HOOM NO. ;