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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1916 THE LF.THBniDGF. DAILY HERALD World "Serious" Tomorrow; Warner Plays Champion Her 'Phans' and bugs who stroll 10 Eck- Itorm park tomorrow nftornonu at 5.30 should fiee sonio uf the best brand of hall pulled otf this year, when War- ner and Champion mobilize their forc- es to contest for tlio 1510 champion- ehip of. Southern Alberta. Tomorrow IB a halt-holiday and there Is no other form or entertainment for the evening. That should be enough to sissurc a big crowd. The calibre of ball played by the two Icams this year has been all to the merry. Warner is coming in hacked by a squad of rooters a mile loilfi. while Champion has a following all through the territory north of Lethbrldge and will bring plenty of support. With a big crowd from Lothbridge playing "neutral" there should be big doings in the old ball yard. Don't forget that the game comes off. at 5.30. Nine Teams Have Chance To Win The World's Series New York Six American league teams are separated by virtually the same number of points as are three National league teams and the world's championship Is the possible achieve- ment of any ot the nine clubs. The American race tightened last week. In the National league there was not much change among the leaders ex- cepting that Philadelphia moved Into second place, sending Boston to third. Boston retains the American lead by ft slightly greater margin that at the beginning of. the week. Fewer games were played than usual, because of open dates. The Red Sox had a four- game battle with Chicago, winning the first two games, one a 16-innlng af- iair and losing the last two. Boston also broke oven in two games with Washington, hut on Saturday won from Cleveland. The White Sox went into third place Sunday, but regained second Friday, after "Cleveland lost three straight games lo New York. Cleveland began the week well, but started the last eastern trip poorly against New York, the Yankees winning every game. New York made the best advance of any team in the league, winning five straight from Philadelphia and Clove land, but losing Saturday to Chicago St. Louis and Detroit managed to keep within striking distance of the leaders. Wednesday the western teams start on their last eastern trip. The national race appears to have narrowed down to three teams with Brooklyn having the best chance with Its strong hold on first place and the steadiness of its pitching staff. Bos- ton's pitchers are erratic and Phila. delphia has only one consistent box man, Alexander. The last western Invasion by the eastern teams for 1316 began Thurs- day. The international results for the three days were: East 6, west 6. DOES THIS MEAN Aro you one of the many who arc suffering with eczema, obstinate sores, ulcers or any other skin trouble? If so, lose no time In trying Hnin-Buk, and you will bo at its curative', powers. The healing power of any oint- ment is in proportion to Its medi- cinal ingrcdicutft. Ordinary clat- ments nelnK composed cliicfiy of animal Hits, with only a mnall per- centage of medicinal Ingredients, have not sutiiiicnt healing power lo overcome a bad ease of akin trouble. Zam-Huk. on the contrary, is purely herbal, and ta nil medi- cine, which explains Its superiority over other oiinnieiiLs, and Us many marvellous cures. Besides lieing best for eczema, ulcers, and skin diseases of all kinds, it is equally good for blood- poisoning, piles, burns, cuts, heat rashes, sore and blistered feet, in- sect and sunburn. 50c. box all druggists, or Zam-Buk Co., Toronto. Scud Ic. stamp for post- age on free trial bos. Some Soldiers' Letters JACK LEE OF PURPLE SPRINGS, WRITES Tlio following :uv extents an warded to tlio Jleni tion, of Sp.'l her from lior lmilh t luis licun 'or- tiy Mrs. Amlor- ruculvcd liy I'tc. .lack wlio Jiiis liefiii ;lt tlic; front. went into tlio tri'iicluis on Hie ot .lime, as usual, and everything was imlll (i.Sii a.m. an Fimc 2. when fritz ftartml whnt we llioURllt was mi every tiny bombardment, liut as Hint! on it yot WUTKC and we then knew lio was not to any good. When wu BO! tlic orders to stand to, hick writes'in part at; follows, from that was at S.M. out kept it up, the Host Hospital. HiiKland: i knocking the boys over right and left, w-sn-t very n.idly. til! thnrfc WHS only 150 of rlslit side of; us left In the whole battalion, when vnn have read i ihc word was passud along that tlmy 'Take it fi-omlwere over. So whut there was left 1'icivc. I have split, up in bunches in different parts and brimstone, [of the line, ami I myself, was taken in; in i.lie place. with Colony! into tlio woods ml wore packed j where we huld tlK'in for two mt- :til there was Just a fc-w of ua Iclt and ...........Hio colonel, sccinui we hold lc IP just'lliem Jiny longer, gave UK the lo retire, ii'u Cutting buck came drodth imrl'oY what i't V. 'what across a group of wounded who could tho boys are fa'-iiii: and yodm i "ot out. We ninny as we pen ciin never maU UK- pyoplu real-' could and tin; colonel promised to liztMvhat it is lljltl1 vvc Illc 'i ran roiid between lino's of what Hut. it. was in vain, for a papers say. Von run! of slifilu ar-; shell came just as were tlllery activity m such and such a place. Vou can just bi-t it is si little slight, oil ycc. few scratches o.i llui mv I'CttU I alioiit our big iialllc. vonr old bud. it war road about hell fire but it was my Ill's! ti. Tin' trenches'and isro with dead und wound I am sure glnil I haven't any one." but mvseir in ibis awful.' I'ctHile BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL -14 55 rvs 61 .627 .585 .431 .458 .451 .438 .371 Brooklyn........ 67 Boston......... 61 Philadelphia...... 63 New York........ Pittsburg......... Chicago......... St. Louis........ 50 Cincinnati........ 43 Cine! Loses Cincinnati, Aug. 22. Schneider in the ninth and Boston won the second game of the series from Cincinnati 2 to 1. Up to the seventh only one hit had been made off Schneider and three off Rudolph. Boston............... 2 4 0 Cincinnati.............i 6 0 Rudolph and Blackburn; Scnneiuttr and Wingo. Errors Lose for Brooklyn Chicago, Aug. by Olsen and H. Meyers helped materially in a n four-run eighth-inning rally that gave Chicago a 5 to 3 victory over Brook- lyn. A single by Elliott drove in two runs, a stellar catch by Myers previ- ously saved Pfeffer. Brooklvn............ 3 11 2 ClmWo 5 7 Pfeffer and Meyers; Vaughn, Pack- ard and Elliott. Wins Doubie Header Plttsburg, Aug. won a double header from Philadelphia here today, six tn 3 ami 2 to 1. In the opening contest the Pirates made three runs in the eighth inning on a base on balls to Carey, Schultz's single, Nle- hoff's error and Bairri's double, which gave them the game. The winning run in the final game was made in the ninth inning, when with the score a tie, Carey bunted safely, took third on Scluiitz's sacrifice and scored on Hiii oilman's single. First Philadelphia........... S 7 2 Pittsburg c 8 1 Alexander and Killifer; Jacobs and Schmidt. Second Philadelphia........... 1 s 2 'Pittsburg............. 2 6 l and Burns; Evans and Fls .'.r. AMERICAN Boston Chicago Detroit Cleveland St. Louis New York Philadelphia 67 65 64 B2 113 61 M 47 52 64 53 54 S3 59 87 .587 .556 .542' .533 .538 .535 .478 .209 Tomorrow will be a big clay with tile trap shooting arlisis ol" Southern Alberta. The stage is all set for the annual shoot of the Alberta Gun flub at their trans south of the ficlistorm bull park. Ben .McLaren, the v.-el! known from Calgary, will he on deck, while a couple Oi Champion shooters will be here. There are several other well known sports who will likely be here and the "dead" birds will be flying in all directions Of course, the Brewery am! Adainn Cups are (lie big events, but there are plenty ot: other competilions so every- one will have a chance. The shoot will last all day. It. Macbeth, ol Lrthbritlgc, has con- sented to act as umpire. An inujrest- ing attraction will be some exhibitions of fancy shooting by II. '.Morris, of Edmonton, champion rifle shot of Can- ada, who has notified the local club that ho will .be here. Drives Veteran Out of Box New York, Aug. York drove the veteran pi teller, Jim Scott out of the box in two innings today, and won the second game of a series from Chicago 6 to 2. High's extra base hitting was a feature. CnHop won his 12th game out of :I3 pitched this season. Pipp passed Frank Baker for the American league leadership in hilling home runs in the sixth, when he made his ninth circuit drive of the season. Chicago............... 2 9 0 New York............ 6 10 3, Scott, Danforth and.Scha'k; Cullop and Walters. Walk-over For Detroit Philadelphia; Aug. had a walk-over here today, defeating Phil- adelphia 7 to Veach, for Detroit, with three singles and'a base on balls in five timesj'at' the plate, and twoj (stolen bases, while he scored three (runs, one... going home from second base when Crawford was thrown out by Pielnick on a grounder near the plate, was the star. 7 11 0 Philadelphia............ 1 5 2 Dauss and McKee; Myers and Haley. Giants Snut Out St. Louis, Aug. bested Sallos in a pitcher's duel here today and St. Louis shut out Now York 1 to 0. A double by Bescher and a triple by Hornsby after two were out in the first won for St. Louis. New York............ 0 St. Louis............ 1 c 0 Sallee, Anderson and Kocher; Wat- Eon and Gonznlcs. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 7, Kansas City 6. Toledo 3, St. Paul 7. Coltimbui! 6, Minneapolis 6. Indianapolis 9, Milwaukee 1. INTERNATIONAL Newark B, Montreal 18. First Richmond 3, Rochester 11. Second Richmond 4, Rochester 12. Baltimore 8, Buffalo 5. Providence 2, Toronto 3. NORTHWESTERN Seattle 1, Great Falls 17. Spokane (I, Tacoma 6; Vancouver-Suite, travelling. PACIFIC COAST Ko cjrmcV scheduled, travelling. Leaders Win Boston, won a rather lob'selv played game from Cleve- land today, 4 to 0. Morton was hit at opportune his three errors and another by Speaker figured in the Boston scoring. >Tack Barry got four sacrifice hits in four times up. Cleveland' .V. 0 5 4 Boston...... 4 S 2 Morton, Gould and O'Neill and Cole- mau; Shore and Cady. '.SerijBtors Lose Washington; Aug. 22. Davenport outpitched fiarpor and St. Louis won 4 to from-VVashington today. Nine safeties .were made off Harper. St. Louis 4 n 2 Washington........... 1 5 2 Davenport and Severoid; Harper and Gharriij'. Fargo 0, Winnipeg 6. (Taber In the casualty list published on Monday fait the name of Albert Cook appears asi wounded. Albert will bt by the peo- uls of Taber as one of the famous pis of Taber as one of the famous employed In the store of G. It. Powell.'' He enlisted In an eastern battalion shortly after the war started. Chicago. Aug. Daubert has wrested the National Icaguo batting leadership from Dave Robertson, ac- cording to averages published here to- day, which include records of last Wednesday. Carey, PUtsburg, retains first plane in base stealing with 40; Flack, Chicago, in sacrifice hits, with 31; Williams. Chicago, in home runs, with ten; Hornsby. St. Louis, in total bases with 174; Burns, New York, in runs scored, with (IS, and Brooklyn in total batting, with .2134. Leading' batters who have played in at least half their team's games: Daubert, Brooklyn. ,32G; Robertson, New York, .323; Chase, Cincinnati, .322; Wagner. Pittsburg. .319; Horus- by, St. Louis, '.314; Wheat, Brooklyn, .306; Long, St. Louis, .306; Hihchman, Pittsburg, .305; SchuILe, Chicago-Pi tts- burg, .297; Zimmerman, Paskert, Philadelphia, .291; Stock, Philadelphia, .2fll. Leading pitchers for 19 games: Won Lost Hughes, Boston......... Pfeffer, Brooklyn....... Philadelphia Alexander, Philadelphia Marqtiard. Brooklyn Cheney, Brooklyn Mamaux, Pittsburg Benton, New York Boston Demareo, Philadelphia Perritt, New York........ In the American league. Speaker, Cobb and Jackson continue .their race in the order named. Cobb is ahead in stolen bases, with 40; Weaver, Chica- go, in sacrifice hits, with 31; Baker. New York, in home runs, with eight; Jackson, Chicago, in total bases, with 221; Speaker, Cleveland, in runs scor- ed, with "79. and Detroit in club hat- ting with .237! Leading battera: Speaker. .3lH; Cobb, Jackson, Chicago, .358; Roth. Cleveland, .318; Slsler, St. Louis, Gardner. Boston. .306; Strunk, Philadelphia, .239; Felsh, Chi- cago. Sevcroid, SI. Louis, .294; Sbotton. St. Louis, .292. Leading pitchers tor 19 games. Won Lost Morton, Cleveland Koob, St. Louis___ Boland, Detroit Faber, Chicago Shore, Boston H. Covnlosliie, Detroit Clcottn, Chicago .___ Russ'ill, Chicago Mays, Boston Boston Have .you smoked Ittcly; 'Noblemen" Cigars 13 IS 14 21 7 12 16 10 12 12 8 8 7 11 13 1.7 9 .12 .12 111 RESTA WINS CHICAGO RACE Chicago, Aug. Itestn won the Grand Prix' aulomr.bllo raco here i.liie aHnrni ll In' miles In 2) minutes 1241 inondp Resta's average snecil was 100 miles an hour. away and killed him with Ihe others. after that the rciniorcemt'iits fame- H u and we fell in with them and held I'lifiin over nigUt, while riiey it iipavy fight- made three more iittaeks on tint hell on wheels. very slight! And when yuu intr no one will realize what if were ready for thorn tor our ar- but the pour that conic till0i'T was doing something tins time oiit of it if any of'thmi' came out. ive stopped theru two days The battle ptan-d on Ihe 2nd of a bit lo ('llt- aiul ver-v June at Ypres. We went in that dying with thirst, when the or- aftwrnoon, of course, and it was just came for Ihc 1st C. M. H. to lull getting started, but it had been Rolns ami report. Out. of TDI) olhcurs Ion-' enoiish to -vine out. four of as'and men that went in on June 1st. Duo battalions as ever marched in a only S3 men reported back, and tlifin ire-nth was left of them, when we were taken back for a good rest, we got in. was about 'I'-: wounded of; and were all promised our have. one balUiliou, tin- 1st C. M. H. l (They did'nt keep us long, for I was had" most of my friends in that nway and I had my leave at lallon. went from Sarcce to Eng-l'ioinc and had a fairly good time. All land together anil were in Kngland ill! 'J wanted was to sleep and be quiet, the morning left for France. They for my head was bad, and just kept wore sent to the 1st and 1 went to ringing like a bell. So on my last the "'ml most' of the Uth men were dlO' l went to the hospital where they with them hut they sought and died l kept me three weeks and then trans- are the equa! or mos Tobacconists will try to sell y Simply because ther boys, still lying or in t'ie l'lnk- sitting us they died. Then to hear people talk of the bar- rors of war If every one could spend t-n'K as an Instnic- abont one hour In it they would j so he got a pretty their bit in the bis push that is going iiil Will has been cut on over Bert Poole is now a lance-corporal in the .Manchester regiment and is howl for The machine gim I was on lost about half of its crew going in. Then next morning we had our corporal hit. r was .in charge then Cor n con phi of hours when Tgot hit. I don't know what became of the gun. There war, only a boy left on it, I don't know if he was wounded, killed or what. 1 will soon be out of the hospital and back in Franco. I see the big drive is now J may be with you I did 'not get your honey you sent me. It went to France auil it is an unwritten law or. our. machine gun crew, that no parcels are to be for- warded to a wounded comrade, unless it is dry goods. If it is anything to eat, they keep it for they need it worse than a fellow in a hospital would, who lias got a nice bed and nice grub. I have helped to eat lots of cakes and things that some sister or mother, who loved them like you do me, had sent to some brother or son, and 1 know you won't mind them having the honey. T would love, to have got it Sincerely yours, BERT RADFORD. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O.. LL.D., D.C.L., President IOHN AIRD, General Manager H. V. F. JONES, As.'t Gcocnl V. C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western Branches 1 CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, BANKING BY MAIL Accounts may be opened at every branch of The Canadian Bank of Commerce to be operated by mail, and will receive the same careful attention as is given to all other departments of the Bank's business. Money may te deposited or withdrawn in this way as satisfactorily as by a personal visit to the Bank. ww Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr SET A WEEK (CONTINUED FROM FKOXT PAGE) (From Our Own Correspondent) Cardston, Aug. very large at- tendance of the residents of Aetna, the rrtiiclies surrounding, and from Kim- ball and Cardston was present at the funeral of: the lato Peter P. Skriver.j The assembly hall was draped in white] as is the custom among the -Mormons. The speakers at the services were Messrs. J. H. Ellison, Jas. A. Hansen 1KM1U.V. 1 IUVU IU IliHU fcUl It vj w nf ApfnT TltOS S but I can those Wlow. "f, mer? 7.. W. Jacobs' Pres. B. J. I know OIIP iiarcel that came for some poor fellow; .we did not know him. We opened the parcel, and "there were nice cashmere socks and as 1 needed a pair very bad, con- fiscated Ihe socks and a bar of soap. It was "jake" for moving trench mud in a hurry. Sonus of the others took the rest. Anil then I came across a tiny note from his little girl: "Dear to' get'tho nio'ne'y you sent so we are W1U1 llis llllu Lue cramped liitie hand, honestly, I could have cried i peo- like a baby. I am afraid a tear did attended the big ball on Saturday roll down my face. Anyway they evening The music was good, there 1 being a four-piece orchestra under the leadership of Mr. J. T.-Layne, The other musicians were Mesrs. Leo; M. Wood of Cardston. At Waterton Lakes Fifteen or twenty nutos were af. the Waterton Lakes Park over Saturday and Sunday. While there was rain for n couple of days during the week the report that there was snow is unfounded. The roads too. were quite pood on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Lloyd Cnirnnross made two trips up were nice socks. So don't fee! hurt, Bister, it" some of the boys ate the honey. I bet it i _. rt will be eaten in the front lino trench-1 Coombs, Vcrnon Coombs and Spencer es. as -such delicacies are saved for As Leo M- Coomb3 has been quite so large this year as last, but as a general rule the grain is just as heavy en the ground, 1C not heavier. CARDSTON Cardston, Aug. Cutting of spring wheat began on Saturday upon the farm of A. Caaier, three miles east oE Cardston, some eighty acres of barley was also cut last week upon the large farm of the same party. He reports his grain a better yield and fully as early as last year. However, in all the country west and south the grain is reported later than last year. Barley begin on some farms in the foothill country around Beazcr this week as reported by Mr. Bailey, of rvins ranch. Fall wheat cutting is hesiuning this wee! also in'the-'Wpolfonl district though no spring wheat is reported ready as yet. So far as 'lenrtied the only spring wheat now ready ;is the Prelude var- iety, none of. the' Marquis being ready. This variety; Is being grown by Mr. Cazier, Mr. Jas.' Hansen and Mr W. .T. JlcKee who are all located along the St. Mary's Viyer east of Cardston. The rains this week have delayed hayiiiK and also been unfavorable to the ripening 01 the grain. such occasions, and some Hun is apt to be killed by some one that honey spending a. month's holiday at the lalcea and has his piano there, the mu- cheers uu. Uon't think i don't the stay has Ilot been predate it. for I do, just, the uauie "eglected. as if 1 had got it Tlie launch operated by Mr. "l sure'hope you have good crops H- H- Hansen made two trips on the this vear, because we will sure need I lake yesterday for those desir- II" ing to view the Glacier National Park portion of this great'sheet of dropped, as it were, between the tow- RADFORD TELLS FIGHTING The following letter has been re- ering mountains on either side. For those who were not unmindful of it being the Sabbath day, services cciveci from Bert Ilatlford. by his par- were held at the Lee and Hunter camp ents here, telling of the hot fighting I charge of M. A. Coombs. Quite a at Ypres en .lime 2nd. j large number were present and the Folkestone, July 2S, singing, led by Leo M. Coombs, was I received your welcome letter some greatly enjoyed by all. The speakers time ago and am sorry I haven't ans- j were Messrs. M. A. Coomns, J. H. Elll- wered it before, hut I got it just as sonson, Jno. A. Nelson, J. Henry Tan- I was starting for England on seven ner, B. F. Lamb, and Alvin A. Rich. days' leave, after we came out of the smashing up we got at Ypros on June 2nd, and that sure was some go. Safety First Indigestion, constipation, biliousness and many ailments of the digestive organs are often the source of serious illness. At the first sign of disordered conditions take the reliable family remedy that ia always BEECHAM'S The last named is there with n party of friends from Magrath. 'The good weather continuing there will be several weeks yet of ideal ramping at this beauty spot of over- increasing popularity. Urxeit nf Anr Medicine Jftlh. ttoid wkira. In toxei, 25 cviita. ALEXANDER SETS LEAGUE RECORD Cincinnati, Aug. to records in the hands of the national baseball commission (he shutout game pitched by Alexander of the .Philadel- phia Nationals here yesterday cslab: Haheil u new record for Jin-rmi games pitched by one pitcher during a major league season. lip to IRQ! year, according to these records, Mathewson, pitching for New York. hMd the honor with t2 shutout games (luring a season. Alexander yes- terday pitched his thirteenth shutout of the sMSon. 'The. country around Glenwood Hill Spring reports "no "cutting expect to be next week. No frosts are reported as yet and all looks pro- mising for another big crop. The winds from the southwest were a factor of saving on Saturday night is tlic atmosphere seemed very cold. WARNER Warner, Aug. condition of the crops in this district has uot changed except for the better during tlie past weeiv. The rains served only to delay harvesting a." few days, but materially assisted the later crops. Considerable barley is now in shocks, and wheat cutting will be started-this week. Wheat cutting will not, how- ever become general until next week. Wheat is ripening well this or two. and the later crops are filling in tine shape. Labor so far is plentiful, hut It is expected that if there is any short- age U'will be felt as soon As cutting becomes general, or in about a week from now. TABER., Taber, Aug 21 out- look is of the brightest character Be- fore the rains a" few. days' ago, cutting was commenced. of town.--'Henderson and ojhers of Pur- ple Springs district, Johnson, Peter- son, Anderson, and others -in the Barn- well district had all started to cut before the rains The, shortage of men seems to be not-felt: much around here. .The wages paid also are giv- ing every satisfaction and are inducing many of .the. miners to go out to per day and board looks good to many of them. Uses are the purposes for which you will find Ivory Soap unexcelled: For the toilet and For laundering better-than-ordinary garments and For keeping everything in the nursery, baby included, sweet and For washing For cleaning home And for anything else requiring a milder, purer, whiter, better soap than the ordinary. SCENTS IVORY SOAP Procter Gamble Factorial in Harmttoi, tantit ;