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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TTEDNESDAY.. AUGUST 23, 1916 HIE LETironroc.E DAILY HERALD PAGE THREH Stage All Set For The Big Warner-Champion Conies Champion ball tossers arriTod at ono o'clock this afternoon and Warner shortly after and the stage was set for the big game at the BchBtorra park to- night. Bach squad brought along a band of rooters and will have plenty of support. Local fan's can't see any- thing but Warner, which nan won many, notable battles in the boll yard here In the palmy days gofore the wa The local team for tomorrow nigl is being lined up by Brandow who going to eiilist the heavy sluggers fo the contest. It is not known ye which team la going to remain ovo but that will bo announced at t night's game. BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Brooklyn........ 68 Boston.......... 62 Philadelphia..... 64 New York....... 53 Plttsbiirg........ 50 51 St. Louis 51 Cincinnati........ 43 AMERICAN .630 Boston. .596 .587 .478 .459 .447 .443 .363 Double Header Divided Pittuburg, Aug. 22. Philadelphia and Pltlflburg divided double-header here, tlio former winning the first game 6 to 2 and the latter the second game 9 to 2. The Pirates, after tlio first inning or the opening game, wera belpleis. Harmon. was hit hard and timely. Pittabnrg won the last game in fifth inning on seven hits a base on balls and an error. First Philadelphia........... 6 15 3 Pitlsburg............. 2 7 2 Mayer, McQuillan and KlUHer; Har- mon and Schmidt. Second 2 9 1 PiKsburg 9 12 2 Bonder, Oschger and Burns; Cooper and Fisher. Rain Stops Game Cincinnati, Aug. 22. Heavy rain stopped the game here at the end of the fifth Inning, when the score wai 1 to 0, in favor of Boston, the vinitors making a clean sweep of the series. Boston...... 1 3 0 Cincinnati......'..'.... 0 I 0 Tyler and Blackburn; Mosely and Clark. Chicago fi5 New York....... 62 Detroit.......... 64 HI. Louis........ G3 Cleveland 62 Washington...... 64 Philadelphia...... 24 53 5R 54 54 69 87 Sensational Draw Washington, Aug. Louis am Washington battled to a 2-to-2 in an exciting game, which had gori' 14 innings -when called on account o darkness. Wellman pitched the en tire gapie, but Gallia gave way to a pinch liitter In the siitli and was sue ceeded by Ayres. St. Louis.............. 2 S Washington .v...... 2 12 Wellman and Severdid; Gallia, Ayr and Henry. Three Straight St. Louis, Aug. Louis made h three straight from New York by shutting them put again six to (K --New York___'. 0 4 0 St. Lohls............ 6 ]3 2 Porrltt and Koch'er; Doak, Ames and Gonzales; Outfielder's Nose Broken Chicago. Aug. batters poumlfid Prentiergnat and Brown for an easy win over Chicago 9 to 4, but Io5t tlie services for a while of. Out- fielder Jimmy Johnston, whose nose Tvau broken when he stepped into a 'curve thrown by Brown. Brooklyn 9 10 4 Chicago 4 8 2 Cheney, Dell, Smith and Miller; Prendergast, McDonnell and Elliott. Cleveland Shut Out Boston, Aug. again shu out Cleveland, winning 3 to 0. Mays pitched masterly ttall for, Boston Cleveland had the bases full in the first Inning and nono out, but they were retired without acoring. Cleveland............ 0 5 Joston 3 7 Bagby and Daley and O'Neill; Maya Tigers Shut Out Philadelphia shut out Detroit 1 to 0. Both teams had several opportune ties to score but Bush and James were affective with men on bases and were given fine support. Detroit...... 0 5 1 Philadelphia 1 7 1 James and McKee; Bush and Pic- inicfcr- Yanks Win New York, Aug. losing five games to Cicotte, of the Chicago Americans, New York knocked him out of the box in four innings here today, the Yankees winning 7 to (J, New York also hit Williams, Cicotte's successor. Manager Donovan announced .that the club's physician has hard. today forbidden to play for tvro more weeks. 5 9 1 New York. 7 13 2 Cicotte, Williams and Schalk; Shaw- key and Walter. 'MAT ENDLESS PARADE rO.F AUSTRIAN An every day scene lit a small town just behind (he Front (note the AUH- .rfanB who have left thn ranks to buy bread from u peasant woman.) A new full starched light weight model with tape lints much smarter than a soft collar TOOKE COLLARS the best quality And best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS., LIMITED MONTREAL New York, Aug. names of 128 tennis players wer.e drawn here to- day, for the national singles champion- ship tournament to begin on the turn courts the westaide Forest Hills, New York; lyionday. Every Am- erican player of prominence is enter- ed, as are the two Japanese experts, kiimagae and Mil: a mi. Russia and Austria are represented by A. W. Mac- Pherson, and Count Otto Salnd, respec- tlvnly, As a result of the blind draw, the lower half contains most of the first 10 .ranking players of the United States as well as the'best of the for- eign stars. The Pacific coast, south and middle are well represented, i although the larger number of the en trants would have to fight it out In the lower half. In the upper half, R. Norris Williams II. No. 2, is the leader In ranking with Clarence J; Griffin" No. 7, and W. Mer- rill Hall, No. 10, the other members of the first. 10. The lower halt contains the names et William M. Johnston, present cham- pion, and No. 1 in the ranking list, Maurice McLoiighlin, rbampion, No. 3; Karl H. Behr, No. 4; T. R. Pell, No. 6; N. W. Niles, No. 6; Wateon M. Washbnrn, No. arid George M. Church, No, 9. Rumagae, who has won victories to his credit over Johns- Ion, Griffin and other leaders among Colo., Aug. confident that Charlie White will win the lightweight championship title from Welsh when the pair meet in ft 20 round decision go at Colorado Springs on Labor Day, Nate Lewis, manager, is here today to take charge of White's training. Al- though moit fight fans believe White's only chance to win. is by a knockout, Lewis doesn't agree with them "In the last 10 rounds, should Fred- die stay out the first he. will be ;iven the.most terrific lacing he ever! ias asserted Lewis. th fight goes the Welsh will finish so nearly out that there will be no question as winner." Welsh-7shows great improvement af ,er his two days' road even at this early atage is close' to the weight limit Freddie has engaged Benny Chavez, 'Denver's flashy feoth erweight, as sparring partner, and will do mostof his preliminary boxing with the Mexican. Chavez IB some spee( merchant himself and will force the extend himself to the limit in the (raining exhibitions .Welsh -been made a 6 to 5 fav- orite in the local betting. One wagei of 160. would not knock out Welsh wax-made yesterday, PRIVATE IRWIN GAVE CLASSY MAN HARD BATTLE IN FINALS In a letter received by a1, member of (he Herald start" from Pte. Layton Irwin of the 196th he stales that ho went down in the boxing finals in the 135-pound class at Camp Hughes before Pte. Allen, of Winnipeg, Allen winning by three points in the three rounds. Layton had the better of the first round but says the pace was too fast and he tired. Allen fought Joa Thorburn of Winnipeg, who fought Freddy Welsh there, so Layton was up against class. At that ho made a great showing. NORTHWESTERN Seattle 5, Great Falls 6. Spokane 10, Tacoma 3. .Vancouver 13, Butte-JO. (Special to (he Herald) Raymond, Aug. two hun- dred and.fifty head nf stock, horses, steers and bulls will be assembled for the big frontier day celebration to he held in Raymond the last two days of the fall exhibition. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 30 and ,11. next week. Tins is a large number, but Hay Knight states that is is not an over-estimate. Tlio meanest .animate on the southern range will be seen at Raymond during this celebration. Dick Kinsey, of the .Knight Sugar company, is bringing in about a hun- dred head, Hyssop of Lethhridge; about thirty, head, Ray Knight, ?vleeks brothers; and other stockmen, a bunch oi' vicious stuff. Two black bulls wil be brought in from tho Klrkcald: ranch and if they are successfully rit den at the stampede it will be the firs time they .have been conquered though some of. the bast riders in the country have tested their skill. Be sides tho wild horses from the Alilk Hiver ranso, Merlin Steed, of Stirling -have, three or four animals in thi arena whi k. lie claims can throw an; "twister" in the country. The manage ment claim they have riders coming that arc not in the least hit afraid 01 anything that looks like a liorsa. To accommodate this large array oi stock there has been erected over two hundred rods of pole fencing. Corrals chutes, and a main arena have beei erected -'it a heavy cost. These are perfectly secure, so that spectators need have no fear whatsoever. The (nicking, roping and branding.will be ljuck tho full length of the grandstand The steers will be placed pbr- To little hearts and big ones, too the Wrigley Spearmen are calling, calling, every day: Their message is one of good cheer about this refreshing, beneficial goody that costs so little but means so much to comfort and contentment. Send for the Spearmen's Mother Goose book for young and old, illustrated in colors. Address Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley BIdg., Toronto Chew it after every meal Two flavors NORTHERN Fargo a, Winnipeg 0. Duluth 1, Superior 4. ral, the horses in another. They -will bo run into chutes and there, the rider will mount. The gate will then bo thrown open, and the animals will inuolv (he ful length of the grandstand. j The lopmg will be done in a.Bimllir way but for a considerably longer tance. Two large corrals have been erected east of tho track, in which Lo run the stock after the events. A AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 6. Minneapolis S Toledo 6, St. Paul 4. Indianapolis 14, Milwaukee 6. the flrat American 10, is well placed but will have to dispose of n high- field to reach the semi-final round. INTERNATIONAL Newark 2, Montreal G. Providence G, Toronto 0. Richmohd 4, Rochester 2. Baltimore 5, Buffalo 4. PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 4, Vernon 12 Los Angeles 3, Oakland 5. Salt ,Lake 2, Portland 3. SEVEN TEAMS HAVE BEEN OUT IN FRONT IN AMERICAN LEAGUE Rvery American League club with the exception of Philadelphia has at ono time or another since the season WOMEN SLEEP.' CANNOT The highly organized, finely atrunj nervous system of women subjects them to terrors ol' nervous apprehension which no man can ever appreciate. The peace of mind, the mental poiee started been leading the .'American amj .calmness under difficulties, which Sealed against all Impurities large corps of riders will bo on the Lieut. Harold Richardson son of grounds to assist In handling the anl- j wilifam .Richardson, Uerk of the arranged opposite the iounc11 of the Unlted Counties .of behind a strong pole fence. Ttiis will guarantee perfect safety and rill, insure a splendid view of the events. ro'ws of seats n the grandstand will be reserved as ;he management are expecting a large tendance. r The following is a list of men behind he Raymond Stampede. Ray Knight, J.. .Meeki, D. H. Klnsey, Charley KInsey, PI Q. Belcher, TV. G. Weeks, T. 0. King, James Costley, J. W. Ev- F. T, Holt, George Heggte, Jim Heggie, De Loss Lund, T. J. O'Brien, and Bert Kirkham, of Raymond; W. i. Mclntyre, Thomas Stephenson, "B. bourne and Levi Harker, Magrath; rlyssop Brothers and Lew Bonnell, iethbridge; Turp Young, Stirling, and McDaniel brothers, of Calgary. (CONTINUED FKOU FJIONT PAGE) league. Clqv r r___________0____ period, being ensconced in first place is in u perfectly healthy condition. II for days. New York ciime next there be any derangement in thin respccl arc necessary for happy womanhood, are on top for tlie'iongor I only possible! when the sensitive prganisit with 34 days, while Boston led IS days. Washington sot the pace Jl days, and Detroit three. Chicago, last week's leader, was in front four.days, while St. Louis was on top just one day, April 14. On five days there was a tie for the leader- ship. Boston, now showing the way, has been on top for five days. FRENCH EXECUTE A FEMALE SPY Paris, Aug. execution of i woman as a spy is reported today n n Havas-dispatch from Marseilles According to the information Felice fflat this moniihg nt the lighthouse shooting run go, hni fng been convicted of espionage- hy the council of war of the Fifteenth Legion no remedy in ihe world so completely re- stores womanly health .the wonderful "Favorite Preecrintion" invented by JDr, K. V. Pierce. Chatham, few yean'ago I Buffered ft general break-down and very weak and ithin. I WM in an 1 was very much discouraged and at times thought. I wniiW mind. I knew of Dr. Piwce's medJciara so I got his'.'Favorite JPreaoription.1 It gave nie immediate Vdief, aftd curfd me in a vciy short time.; My eiiter used it 'with eood rcsutla ttlso. She WM in a very dencato condition. I cot'tart to tftkc it botUes her com- pletely "I tnkc in rertftamentiinii Dr Ficrurii raedicinea, they arc all 19 recommended of them ovum BHTAitr, 87 Pwk Art., OuthM% and lot in the city. Not only is tho ien lodged against the land but also [gainst the city property. Should be Remedied .The meeting felt that these matters hould be remedied, and that they onld. be'-.'-remedied if the, government would be satisfied with a lien against only that land in connection .with vhich relief was granted. The gary Bpard of Trade has considered the matter and is of the sunie ion. The meeting felt that'the gov- ernment should be protected to the full, but. that the protection should not be such as would injure the cred- it of the province. It was felt at the meeting alsp'that as Southern Alberta lias n big crop in sight, this year, there should be an additional effort made by the farmers to clean up their relief obligations. If this were done the whole question would bo adjusted without further trouble. Leeds and Grenville, Out, haa been awarded the military cross for disting- uished conduct OB bombing officer -in. i the third battle of Yprea In Juno last. He enlisted at Rogtna, where he vu j a barrister, shortly after war broke out, and has month! on the firing line. Your Dollars Go a Long Way INQUEST ADJOURNS Fernie, B.C.. Aug. inquest upon the victims of the explosion at Mlche.l B. C., opened ,but further adjournment until Monday morninf determined upon In view of expectation that more bodies .....J---' shortly the Hands of The Belgian Relief Committee. I before has relief work been done 1 on such a huge scale, or with anything approaching1 the efficiency with which it is being carried ou in Belgium. Faced with the appalling task of feeding a starving; nation, the Belgian Relief Commission has done magnificent work. Scores of the ablest and highest salaried busineah men of the English speaVing world have given tlieir lime free, to perfect the and carry on the work. Operating expenses are phenomenally low. methods are applied to every feature of buying, shipping and distributing and accounting for every, dollar. The result is that millions of Belgians are being fed at an average cost of aiound SU 60 per family per month Compare that with your own meat bill and you will begin to realize what it means. i But even this provision is possible only through the generous awl sustained contributions of thousands of people, "Canada has been doing nobly as she should! IMany have been regularly guing enough to feed oim--or Belgian Families. How many can jou afford to support? Whalevbryoii feel you can send your subscription weekly, tnonthly.orifl. dne lump sum, to Local or Provincial Committees, or ETBdgan Rdief Fund Si St. Peter St., Montreal tl Feeds a Belgian Family One ;