Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
TUESDAY, AUGUST 3'1, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TIIREB NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn 'Uoston Chicago St. Louis Now York I'lltsbiirg Cincinnati W. 65 (15 01 OS 58 G4 T 50 lili 03 CO 115 .585 .637 .526 .450 .479 .474 .471 .454 10 13 St. Louis.................. .Vhlladolimia.............. Meadorfs and Snydcr Alexander, Mayor and Killifct. All other National .games postpon- ed, lUlu. AMERICAN W. 78 70 73 60 Boston Detroit...... Chicago Washington New York St. Louis Philadelphia No American league games sclieil-j Bled. L. 39 43 57 lid 74 73 Pet. .067 .B18 .6011 .513 .478 .3SS .3SS .308 L catcli it -tomorrow. Tlio ducks wi'.! The season for shooting opens on the first of the TEMCl No petty annoyances, no unnecessary clftlays-- that's the programme th e D u n 1 o p Traction Tread I-Hlluth, Minn.. Aug. re-prgan- ized Northern Baseball 'league, to in- _ elude and Kygina ami Su-1 .iionth, anil indications point lo a j purlor, Wis., with Virginia, 1 good season's shooting. The lakes in I Fort William, l-'argo r.ntl Winnipeg tho district are alive with ducks, and I from tl (s year's organization, is the FEDERAL Pttfeburg Newark Chicago St. Louis Kansas Uity Buffalo Brooklyn Baltimore W. 68 64 66 lili li-1 57 iO Cil 57 fifi 57 66 (i7 70 1 8 ,.2 (i Kjrapp -1 13 7 lu Barger I'c-.t. .572 .557 .537 .511 .5211 .463 .335 local iiimrodB will find plenty uf j I. shoot in if. Judging from "the nuinliiir of es, guiis and shclln sold, tliure IB i number preparing today to set! llio first bang. Amateurs in shooting aro reminded that '.vhile a duck is tlio easiest thins I in the world to miss, one can picl m nn) off nicely within a reasonable d s not to disturb the whole f.ock. Buffalo Finneran and Land; Blair. Chicago Pitteburg Brown and Wilson Berry. Baltimore-Newark, both games post- poned. No other Federal games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL Montreal..-........ 1 Richmond 2 Balance of International games postponed, rain. AM. ASSOCIATION Milwaukee.........13 Minneapolis 3 Columbus.......... 10 Indianapolis 'L NORTHWESTERN hill prospi t aGoidi f, to I'KSi at John Burnieistur of the ern league. Minneapolis ne-v.'spapers dicjiul M'ttidn tint tin, association franchise v.oald by trans- I'erred to Winnipeg Here Is the Plan imic.ipolis, Minn.. Any. M in u to -sit reed _......._.__ t mr i Df i of Ainerl" in ibsoci i tance. Don't shoot at anything more Uoi SL l on at (.0 dins tu prf than 50 yeards away, and be-cairful suit >1 ins ol Liu imp-nilis IUL 'question Ol to like I HI in 1 n plici- in 1 HI hi IK.IH iirornu d issul hv tlui) of tne i V i2iecd nn n .THO nrt GQ80S COMPANY. LIMITED Head Office: TORONTO Branches In Leading Citic: Makers oi Tires i i monies. Motoi 1 nict 11 OK (leb Bi- c clcs and Ciiu i in Jinking Ho 1U Tiling aid riubbci Belt- Mats. bpic- CONTINURD FliOM FRONT I'AGIi heel Ihlc and uest'cir Spokane......... J3 Arancouvcr 4 3 Seattle .......10 Montreal. Que., Aug. play ers of the -Montreal Royals, and pos sihly five, will go to the major ei gues next season, according to an- nouncement from New York today by President Sam Liehtenhein. The four lor whose advance to ma- jor league company arrangements have already been completed aro Kenneth Nash, shortstop, to St. Louis Nationals; .lames Dowd, pitch er, to Cincinnati Nationals; Frank I .Miller, ultcher, to Pittshurg Satioil- a'is, and Paul Smith, outfielder, to PittsburE Nationals. George Whiteman, the crack nut fielder, is likely to go in the diif but not, the clnh will endeavor to arrange a satisfactory trade for th" hardhitting Texan. All the players named wi'il finish the season with, the Montreal club, which is bent on finishing ;n the first division, and more than likely to-do so. ind ha.c ;is llio iisost aval obtfiinabk Xo ofnylal ai'Uun will be faken nn il tlio' Association's .winter lueaUn: no irringemiit toi tru f i of the Cleveland iranulnsu or the pur- chase uf, the Northern league rights in the Canadian1 city have been diu- c a Com 10 High Ai Piduic Buite Research in India has resulted in Ihe discovery of several varieties of grass that grow prulifieally, and from which excellent paper nuln can be made. r oi foddei Ptoi W iroi Vi. n I rrn tec' hi ,1 Uts tl, leaching (lie Ic'Son of The very cass with which wi-alth is. Hailifd throiiBh great in'ousht ruin upon many laniicrs Iliat wlieii uoalth li'rs on the surface, na-j lure si er or later will present its own (lillii'u'lic'i of di'vclopnwiit where-. by Ihosi: -Yho till I he soil will ii-arn tiic lesson ol mori; careful htisijamlrj' of (lie res'iiin.T'i. One iithi-r thins lias impressed Mr. Cll'sgie vnv inili'h (lurins his year tlirouuh the western l and partieularly Ihis part of and that is the lack of [.eunanfiicy j of farm hoijirs., It is hal'ii, s: the divine, lo rralb.i' jasl midst all vast v.'c.il'.li of crops, I the [arm home ilstif should 1.0 in such a icniporary and unaltractiio nature. Tills, of ['oarss, not all- j ply in every inslam'e, but tin1 fact! that it aiipiics ill general way to j the farm liumcs of the country, has: v.'jy deeply impressed the Toronto li is lime, lit' bc-lieu's, that Hit' j farmers and the other people o! tliri west east ciiliri'ly from H'l'; idea that lliry may hrri- (o matt' i money and get out, Hint ihry aa- 1 hero io btiild up tl.e country, to oc- 1 vclo'l'l ils national and CMiumimiiy life, tu i-stahlish tl.cli' homes on a penmim-n! basis, "it lias la-en a sur- prisi! to said, "in my little, trills otil tliro'H'h Hie country. UisrCj immense wcallli of the crops sur-. I rotiiidiim comparatively Poor latin 'iCvcn v.-hrrc the crops i arc found, tho farm homes arc nnt wliat the) apparsntly should be. Ij iean uiulr-l'stum! that- iarm U't's coming to the west many of the REALLY DELWHTFUL 'NJOY theif fresh mint in tucir "lingering sweetness long drawn their soothing charm and subtle daintiness, plarc li anothei makes it very cffecUve uilly m case of surpri e attack.