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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1915 AQUATIC CLUB SPORTS Till) Lethbl-ldEO Aquiltlc club's regatta will be llt lioiidcl-aon Lake at two o'clock on Tiiusilay afternoon. 'he saillni; races will take In Hie' evening. Entries are very satisfactory for the canoe events, but more are desired for the diving events. BASEBALL NATIONAL w. i. 111 (hi lit) 58 58 58 S3 53 (12 (ill 114 .488 .483 .4119 .453 2 0, 1 II McQuillan I Great Twirler Not Overworked -Philedelphia Manager is a Quiet Strategist Out of all the'pink and while bou- quets tossed here and there this sea- son Pat Jloran is the one man who, lias received far less than his due. one has referred to him as Man, a Peerless Leader oi Jv'apolcon. t But for all that Jloran has turned in one of the finest little managing I jobs anv campaign lias ever known 5u else, he has held a club I together that in the past was notjd for a iragile morale up against the I -st And in days of trial and tnbn CLUBS IN 1 TO BE PLAYED GIVE WESTERNERS CHANCE TO WIN OUT H is beginning ,to be plainly Philadelphia llrooklyn lloston......... Chicago I'iHsburg St. Louis New York Cincinnati Cincinnati....... Philadelphia McKencry' ami and Pittsburg York Adams and Gibson Wi'iidell. St. Louis Ikooklyn Perdue and Snydcr Carty. Chicago 2 jj! "and Hrcsnahan Tyler, Hughes and Whaling. Second game- Chicago Boston Pierce and Archer Gowdv. 7 0 5.0 Mathcwson and 11 12 Dell and 1 Mc- for a fragile morale up against the H j Binning to be plainly cv iostoi test' And in days of trial and tribu-] September is to be the M- Detroit lation he has held his poise and di- Ul of thi. National league Chicago reeled his club for the Inturc rather ;ai says Grantland -S.a.f than tot the immediate present. B tlfc firsi the month theie mil Nc' J ,__t j.iuhc nt.iil iclt in ONE EXAMPLE Mere is one example f Moran'a good start be at least lour clubs still left the heavy muddle, so a span- of the games left to 'each. contender ,t be of interest. Anyway here 1 the of home games through 'Games 25 21 18 16 o AMERICAN W. L. 39 42 keen leadership. After tiie Phillies began to and slip. Several of his pitchers began to Hut- September t 4er and flounder along the way. Tne -temptation was strong at these spots Pittsburgh to throw in Alexander out ol turn St. Louis check the descent. Pat held Chicago -Vice out of the melee and per--; Cincinnati milted him ta work only in his turn.; Brooklyn..................., 3 No attempt was made to save the, Philadelphia by ovenvork'nc his star. As a Boston result ol this skilful management and New York............ unisua foresight, Mown is'now able This shows the.heavy schedule ad- II face the stretch with Alexander in vantage held by western clubs pro- prime shape, ready to give his best. vidcd can reach home sod fauty There were several occasions wheiu close to the iront. If Pittsburgh anil it iooked as if the Phillies were. Cincinnati, for two examples can pointed toward Che bosky dell for a I reach September only a stride or S disappearance, and only the two from the lop they will carry a atcadv pitclini; of Alex, and Mayer heavy advantage against su ch, clubs kept them Iron, snch a fate. Oilier iis Brooklyn Boston an, PI ladel- managcrs around the landscape were phia, who will be-lorccd tc steuggh, picking them to break and fade away j.most o! the way.far from therbas- But Jloran refused to he stampeded cs of supplies-.- z., the support.nt nto taking anv unusual risks. He warhoons of the home town fans 1 hold his clan io-ether, kept them 1'hl.adclphia, Brooklyn and Boston us ling and now I as a fine chance-! are to raise any pennant hope they o rpan-t c main N L. glory oi the must conic to September with an op- to reap mi mam u. t, i their stand nes and Cleveland SI. Lrui-i Philadelphia Boston i Cleveland Gregg, Mays and nd O'Ncill.' 77 72 UII 54 40 35 55 58 71 7-1 .647 .CIO .522 .482 .39-1 .378 .304 Cranhrook, Ann. 38.-Thc results for the first week of the (.'.rnnbrook Tennis Tournament arc as fellows Ladltt' Round Miss It.- Pye beat Miss Mcllride. Miss Mccrcdy beat Jliss Woodlaml. Mrs.' Gordon llecreily beat Miss Hewitt. Miss (iiegcrich bent Miss Alexander. Seml-l-inal Miss Mccrcdy heat Miss Pye. Miss'Ciicgcricli beat .Mrs. Gordon Mccrcilv. Gents' Round [j. G. Mccredy heal A. Haworth. F. II. Ryder beat J. l.aing. Second rtound -I. Wilson beat F. Woodland. G. Wallingcr beat S. Kiimsey. C. It. Qarrctt beat Gcjrgc Mc- Creery. A. Fairburn bear F. II. Ityder. II. G. Mcercdy beat .1. Wilson. Semi-Final A. Fairburn beat C. ilan-ctt. H. G. Mecredy beat G.- Wallingcr. Ladies' Doubles Airs. H. G. Mecredy and Miss Gie- gcrich beat Miss Woodland and Miss Alexander. Miss Mecredy and Mrs. llalsallbcat Miss I've and' Miss Kricksoa. Final Halsall and Miss Mccrcdy bent Mrs. H. G.. Mccrcdy and Mits (lie- gcrich. Gents' Doubles tiarrctt and ll'cEwan beat Wilson and Laing. Mixed Doubles Miss' Gicgerich and George Mc- Creci-y beat'Mr. arid Mrs. 11. M i Miss Mecrcdv and Fairhairn V.eat Miss JIcBride 'and Boyslon. Championship Miss Gicgerich beat Airs. Ualsall. Defy Dyspepsia! Amoi'K Ilic symptonis of Dyspepsia or IndiKCHlion may be inetitioiK-cl a heavy, cut! (in; train soon after eating; a distended, lull Icclir.R of the Kloniai-h and towels; IjclchinK of wind and natulcnce; a burring sensation in the stomach, which Indicates acidity heartburn; palpitatiun of the heart; oppression of brcathinii; pain under thr. ribs ami shoulder-blades; headache through the temples and eyes; dizzi- ness, coated tongue and constipation; sometimes nausea or vomiting. Abbey's Effervescent Salt is the natural specific for all these conditions. Being an antacid, it immediately re- lieves the acidity of the stomach and stops the fermentation. It stimulates the sccration and muscular action of tlic stomach and bowels, and over- comes the constipation. When its use is kept up the normal action ol all the orcans of digestion is reestab- lished. Sold everywhere at 25c. and 60c. 3 Sold by Higinbotham Co.. Limited PACK THKCT Is Your Ford Insured? We can insure FORD CARS against Fire (including Explosion and Self-Ignition) at the following rates: NF.W FORD CARS for one. year 1 YEAR OLD FORD CARS for one year 2 YEAK OLD FORD CARS for one year Cars y.-ii: while In any ImildlnR or whilst on the road. For further particulars see PHONE 1191. K. V. GIBBONS CO. BALMORAL BLOCK CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE, inionr- rjulpo oi increased business. IPDniW >ve imvc to Uiat we lit lit ifiiiUlL farmers have ourselves been so sltep- llmUUll IiUltUL. lbc 'hiladelphia Jhicago Wyckoft and Lapp Schalk. Vashington St. Louis......... Harper and Williams and Severoid. year. Southampton, K. Y., Aug. William Hall, W. M. Washburn and T R of New York and William Johnston of San Francisco, in the order named, won their brackets m the semi-filial- round of the cup sin- en space between their standinD_ {hose of the west, especially when 'the dope-is-considered that ncithe Philadelphia nor Brooklyn has beei. overly triumphant in the land where the sun very frequently sets through force of habit, gravity or desire. WORLD'S RECORDS HELD BY CHAMPION WILLIAM Fastest 3-yeai-old colt, 1J13, Fastest -1-year-old colt, Fastest 5-year-old stallion, }915 "Fastest 1014, Fastest1 three heat race, 1914 The most sensational victory was station, who in swiftly plaved rallies defeated George M Church, the Princeton champion, o! Englcwood, N.J., at 0-3, 5-7, CHURCH DIES HARD Church made a remarkable stand at the net in the second when the young Caliicrnian led him at on Fastest second heat by 5-year-old stallion, JIMMY CLABBY GOES TO AUSTRALIA Chicago, Aug. Clabbv the middleweight boxer, left for San Francisco sail for Aus smash: tralia on August 31. He has been iWind volleyina were irresistible I matched to box Les Darcy, an Aus and he took fie "set. Church's form tralian, who recently knocked out was bad however, and in the third Eddie McGoorty, of Oshkosh, Wis ECt Johnston outplayed' him for the The contest is for the middleweigh match. 'championship. Price Announcement Effective August 2nd TOURING CAK RUNABOUT TOWN CAR Fully except Speedometer. F.O.B. Fowl, Ontario.' THE FORD GARAGE Virtue PHONE 633. Cady 10. t fi 0 Mitchell 1 ew York etroit 8 Shawkcy and Nunamaker uc and Stallage. Second rew York 3 letroit I'ieh and Alexander Itanagc. 0 "1 Du- Uoland and 2 3 3 7 Cicotte Loudermilk FEDERAL 3ittshurg iewark Kansas City Chicago St. Louis Brooklyn Juftalo Baltimore Kansas City St. Louis W. 117 (14 6-1 57 40 L. 50 51 51 50 56 05 00 79 15 11 Pet. .57 -.557 .54 .537 .529 .107 .463 .330 3 2 REMARKS ON I IF. Cranhrook, Aug. 27.-Miss M. E. Patterson entertained the friends and estimate, and 1 am members of tte St. John's Ambu- that when final figures aro have let ourselves ibo lers il is not that the mer- ihort for fall id winter supplies. Hero arc the facts: 1 have myself made a most ;oing to IT caught short on binds I i difficult to understand t I chants may be caught members oi in" lance society last evening in honor of Al the Motoriit Has Revised It Bad ignition is vexation, And punctures are quite bad; A -blow out, too, will make me But walking drives me mad. 'This Much Lamping "the" heading: "Near Riot a Cricket one naturally suspected that some one bad spilled a cup of tea'. Jliss Florence Erickson, daughter of i n Alderman and Mrs. fills! Iirickson, jg- who is leaving Cranbrook next Wed- lrl" ncsilay (or the old country, where she do able v. has volunteered as a nurse. Miss Erickson was presented with a foun- tain pen as a slight token of esteem by tiie members. She is an active ,rker in the cause of the i was one of its first members. ss Erickson is the first member of j association to volunteer for s.eH on e from Cranbrook, the association' Hn'es an rrelting her leaving the city but made up It, will he found that the Alt .ip from the Lethbridge the season of has betn it was in 1013. I would crMiit n.r flsures when I ioTa'lled" them up, but in consulting Supt. Walker of the C. P. R. I found that his observation: seemed to tally by Uie incmul-rs. is an Mr. Walker is not worker in the causa ol the association, mj muoh Qn such maUers, -mil was one of its first members.-; b" obscrver ot all that Hiss Erickson is the first member of; jn (liEtl.lct> be keeps .he association to volunteer for spr-j on the movo up and down 'ice from Cranbrook, regretting her leaving rege trond in knowing that she will carry An Awful Gamble That promoter who is willing to Cuiiop, Packard and Brown Cran- dall. Groom, Watson and Chapman. Chicago 281 Pittsburg 360 llendrix; and Fisher Allen and O'- !onnor. No other Federal games .scheduled. INTERNATIONAL Montreal............ 5 Harrisburg 3 Second game- Montreal............ 4 Harrisburg 3 Toronto............. 3 Providence p Buffalo............... 5 Richmond 4 AM. ASSOCIATION: Columbus........... 2 Kansas City... 3 Milwaukee Minneapolis St. Paul (Tin Cleveland........... 4 Indianapolis....... 0 Louisville.......... (Ten NORTHWESTERN Spokane............. 5 Vancouver 18 Tacoma.............. 3 Seattle COAST PLAYERS TO CHICAGO Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. Darmody, vice-president of the Angeles Baseball club, announced to- day that Zeb Terry and Fred McMul- lin, infielders of the Los Angeles club, would be sold to the Chicago White Sox, the consideration not being made public. chance on McFarland and Gib- bons' meeting, must have a tot of money for which he doesn't care. Yet there are quite a few promoters from which, one could get provided one used a large piece oi lead pipe. Lots of' Entries There were many interesting con- ests in the recent athletic meet in San Francisco, but the promoters ,ov- rlooked a few .good1 bets when they idn't stage the following events: giinotins "the Bull; Throwing the Hammer; Passing the Buck. And'the greatest of these is the Irst. Out! Jack Dillon, press-agented as "The -loosler is looming up as he prospective claimant of the heavy veiglit crown. He ought to corra about all the fight titles extant from .65. pounds up. Nate Lewis, his man ager ,says that there is nobody in. the country; except "Willard, Dillon can- not'lick. Many admirers are not sure Jack would not polish off Jess. His dea is. thai Dillon would have no trouble throwing a pair of, his one- handed wallops Into Willard's stom- ach, bringing down Willard's jaw to a position near enough the floor that JHlbn cbuld reach un and hit it. Then t'.wojild he a case of waiting for the crowds before turning out the lights. A Brand New One Baseball experts have agreed that it will take something new and start- ing to revive the oldtime interest in base-ball. It remains for Gene Dale, the youthful Cincinnati Reds' pitch- ing wonder, to improve on Mathew- son's fadeaway, Walter Johnson's bul- let hall, Russ Ford's' 'emery twister and Other famous inventions of the box. BLADDER relieved in 24HOURS Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Prices In Bicycle Repair-l- and Goods Cinnot Be Beat INO.IAN MOTORCVCLi AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 Mh-UPMf llgures were about right. that mj on' wort of the St. John Vmbulance association. Mrs. Ed. Patterson gave an infor- nal tea on Wednesday afternoon in lonor of Miss Ericksou. More Recruits Four more recruits }oday for the Vernpn camp to join the 54th. They are William Joy, T. B. Brown, J. Sbewham and P. Ca- ral. The men were in charge of Ser- jeant Malcolm, who has been in the sity on furlough, and who was ap- pointed recruiting officer here for the time hehig. New Officers An order has been received from the militia department giving the 107th regiment the authority for re- cruiting in .East and West Ivootelisy may have noticed." went on the vice-president of the U. F. A.. "that a Calgary paper had to send down into Lethbridge territory to get news of the grain crop. It be- comes more and more incomprehen- r. isiblo that the tirst, storage elevators left Cranbrook Alberta have teen located L (ji Calgaryj not where it was and rightly, designed that it should be Lethbridge." And hero Mr. Dunham delivered his message to the merchants. "We have come through a season filled with-1 many apprehensions; first .we _ were not Sure that the spring'rams would come 'but they came Just right and scared the last of the cutworms; then we wanted June came all right too. Then there some hall in spots which made us think again; cru n lu pjjULn n....... for the 54th battalion. Col. McKay I then a threatening of Uaore moisture of Ferine, was appointed crusting ofilcer and ths following were named for the various local offices Capt. Stalker Cranbrook, Lieut. W. Halsall; Nelson, Lieut. 13. C. W.ragge Windermere, 'Capt. Rich- ardson. Arrest Undesirables The Cranbrook police force in the early hours of this morning, arrested Nellie Crawford. Ncil.ie was refused admittance into the States, not be- ing a desirable citizen. She was ac- companied to Cranbrook by John Mc- Aulay and James Connolly. The trio came up before Judge Arnold o'clock this morning and weri oco tenced, McAulay to thirty days, for than we, could- comfoi-lably-do..-with', but here we are in a succession of harvest, days absolutely. made to or- der. "The coal mines in arounti LetlrDrldge are" now. 'making" ship- ments of storage coal over the territory that they supply anii their weekly shipments are now in the neighborhood of tons. "Our bank clearing figures for last week showed an increa'se over the figures for the same week last year. All goes well. Let's stop worrying about the farmer, though he still has his troubles, and let's look over Our depleted stocks, and start right aibout how we are going' justice to an increased trade, being drunk Connolly to sixty duvs to justice to an Increased trade, for being drunk and resisting the caused by these general prosperous Dale has Invented a slow ball curve which he' uses with baffling effect. Many pitchers have slow balls, but they don't curve. Dale's floats over the pan and executes ah amazing twist as it reaches the. batter. Recently Dale struck' out Stengel and WReat of the Brooklyn team when they were up, with one out and the. bases full. OIL FLOODS WELL (CONTINUED FROM PAGE FIVE) "Verb, sap, which being interpreted leans 'a word to the wise is suffic- it.'" costs or six months in jail for ocii. drunk and disorderly and the property of- the city. SAFETY AND ALL WAY THROUGH dome or oil-fold In the world. Tor some time past we have been stopped in drilling by a cave-in and other 'u-.jii- bles, but now that these difficulties are overcome, immediate results may be expected The opinion of Geologist George HeynG'.da" of California is this: "Cardston oil fields look the best to me of any that I have yet examined In Alberta There is an apparent an- ticline running through "the entire jountry southeasterly for a mile. I aril' of'the firm opinion that if E. H. Cunningham Craig_knew what there is in the Cardston district, he would investigate it at his own expense." Notwithstanding the information given out b> Dr Bruner, not one word can be learned as to the depth ot the wtil at the present time. From an- other reliable source, however, qomes the information that the well, is not yel to A thousand feet, and .that before 1500 feet are drilled a strons and jermanent (low Is expected. EXPERIENCE' WITH Dunlop Traction Tread is the best confidence- creatpr Tiredom has known. DUNLOP TIRE RUBBER GOODS COUPAHY. UNITED TORONTO UIo. Mola HERALD SPECIALISTS IN JOB LETTER- HEADS ENVELOPES BILLHEADS STATE- MENTS LETTER CIRCULARS DODGERS i POSTERS WINDOW f CARDS BUSINESS i CARDS f- CALLING CARDS MILK TICKETS BREAD TICKETS BLOTTERS MENUS PROGRAMS LIEN 'NOTES BADGES MEMORIAL CARDS RECEIPTS VOUCHERS INVITATION CARDS WEDDING INVITA. TIONS _ STOCK CERTIFI- CATES ETC., ETC.V LEGAL FORMS-pF ALL KINDS Lethbridge Herald Job Department F. T. ROBINS, PHONE 1252 ;