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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiii'RSDAY. 20. inin THIi LKTIIHlttnGK DAIf.Y HKRALD PAGE THREE BASEBALL SCORES AMERICAN 'A'mv York Buslon CiuVliHlIlll CIlil'ilRO 37 NATIONAL Detroit 'I St. Louis........ -IS jSI. I'liilndclphiu...... IS k'iiH-innaU Yanks Grab Two N'ew York, July iy.- -Uiispilo ihe of another player. Outfielder !a HlBh. who wrenched iin ankle whfln j ruining in for a short tly in Ilic panic, York retained Us lead by twice defeating St. houls today scores of to 0 and to 4. IL tin- sixth double header New York has had on tho same grounds thte Ill lilt! llTBt glllllP IlllSSOll nliut out St. Louis with four hits, tw bchiK scratches, while ilio pounded Knoh hard. In (In Kami! New York liil, llamiltoi St. Louis............. New York............ i Kool' and Hartley; Jtuss BRETON ARROW COLLAR rOJN'I" WORN FLAT OR KOU.EU OUTWAKDI5cM.2for30cBhrMclZtarSI.7S Ci-UEi'i, Pr.AiioDYftCo., INC. MONTKEAL HIGH WIND MADE ERRATIC SCORES :M Pittsburg Won Twice July hoijilor from Urmiklyn the final same miini; lo Tin.- .score in the first v iio li. and Mir second 1! to I. Thy 'run made in I ins opening tf-um; cnine tint lii'Ht inning when Carey hunted i safely. H.ole second, went to third on O'Mara'K error ami scored on Hindi- Minn's sacrifice fly. A base on bails [to Sch tn id I ami double gave Yankees Pirates a run in this sixth uf the icond'linal cunlcsl. Hnioklyn tied the score fi The nhooturB who tiirnei] up at the I runs last evening had plenty of amusement. The high wind played havoc with the birds, making their flight very erratic, so ilmt is> was almost impossible to jiidse them and j nh scores won; out of the question. At the Bhoot next Wednesday a bird handicap contest will be held, the iieing u handsome ivatcli fob whieh will bu suitably enanived by It. A. Wrlfilit. j The handicap wiJl be under the ad- j ded target system and will lie based on I lie scores nuide this season. 1 Tho scores last night were; St. Louis............. 4 Hamilton and Scveroid; Fisher ilogridge., Shawkey and N'unaniakor. ________ Uoc Jloudcfidin j.Ioe .McClain York. July all these -Veery centuries iiir awakening of China' W. Shields seems imminent. Jimmy Dime, Hen .McLaren fool-racer and proprietor of u Htablft of boxers, will sail soon for thu sluin- eurun.lillmil cm.K'.sl. Mrnoklyn tied Home ..r..... ireely. in [hi, iiintli nit .1. JjiljiiatonIH HMIS c. of 1JliHSionaries K. .Macdonald -I .1 .OAlimifi rtamrtcf and silicic. oars and prominent cliiiis.' S. T. Loninnu........... 10 local team won out HI (lie 1-Ilfi j Jfi andjwlifii IHnchinaii, after being on bucket incuts i station to thi' C'iiinose. In preparation 14 11 J I Split a Double Header Chicago, f.hiiy and Second smi Washington 'plit oven today, Cliicaso 'Brooklyn ihrowiVoia- 'Hirst Knmtj to :i and PinsbiirR: off'the cai (1 1( they will f Jf01; K- July iGeLz's error, went, to mor's out a i. first and scored o Isinfilt- by Schultx, who batted for j.Iolinslon. 0 o IPiUKbiirs 1 I'ieirer and McC.irthy; Kanlleh tiind Wilson. i H. McMillan j Ur. Uullivan F. (J. Hclcher the intention of Mr. Dinift to i W. Taylor 1 ;e the five-ounce glove, (lie! Albert Preise S ;ind bottle and other impto-1 P. Johnson 11 ti' the wiikeiHMl western "W. McKoimie, IX Qi.ccnslicn-y rules and tho laws of -Vjw commission j 1 10 1. 2. Ill UK error had to tllG vtwnlnK nio'i1 ifl i'lid three. (Jncago. h-tll from t' bntaman and a sacriliee jiiing hy Chfrngo and four two-baHO mil ...QBO Its winning margin, jhits by New York cost the Cubs (lie Rlilnd Saillc Bellx hatted ;decision in an 8 to H slugging match Chunoy, Siniill and ?.lillor; Fell Down Poor base and prog essive. I'iui liaving see i soirn. of :s fighters in aulion we ure iiicliiied fear that after China the country j 'iick to sleep again .and j t condition for a few! nesses r may reni-'n i reiiU GAME TO-NIGHT jnoi WOf.TMAN :PRirF RFATq in favor of Danrorth.t today. The Cubs oiitnit the Giant-ri. WOf.TMAN PRICE BEATS j Oliicago's hits scattered, 'and their 13 safe drives; included home FIGURE PAID FOR O'TOOLE ChlCiigo 'i 7 by and Mann. Knui't" fell j fjbir-ago, July William Wort- Russell and Schalk; ,Uio sixth. Ayrca, .Johnson and Henry, Ainsmith. IXew York 'Second Chicago .Chicago.............. 2 6 3 "Washington.......... li 7 1 Boiiz, Danforth and Lapp; Johnson and Red Sox Get Two vicUin to the trapped bull trick in City's star shortstop, lias btion purchased by tiie Na- S 11 it. was announced here, at a li IH -1 price higher than the viilue Bcntoii, Anderson and Raridon; La-'given by the Piusburg Xational? vender, Packard. lirown and Fischer. years ago for Marty O'Tool j Boston Wins i Wortman is one of the association's, j St. Louis. July hatters best products. Besides being a fast )pounded Williams and Jasper and isliortstoi) lie is hil.iiiiR about .800. (won the lirst game of the series from I Roslon. July Red Sox took U Louis hen, today 30 to 1. Six! B double header from Detroit today, a baso on balls and a wild: winning the first game 4 to 2, and the j piu.h Ravo the viaitprs five runs In i Bcrond fl tn 5. in the lirst contest j thfi ilininK gt Louis scored their S Boston tuok the lead In tho eighth on Jonlv nm in the .Jecoiid on u double! Be on deck for the big ball game at 6.45 tonight on the Mount- ed Police grounds when the 78th Depot Battery swings its big guns into action for the first time. The victims arc the Knox ball tossers. Its a question as to gets the correct range first. Be there. a double by Moblitzel. a single- by Miller and a single by Gonzalos. ITonriksoiK batting for Scott, and a .10 .13 hit. by Agnew, In the second ffarae I fi ItoBton hit Cunningliam and uu'dolph aiid Williams, hard ami at opportune times, scoring am] QoiiKales. J'hilr.delphiit-Oinciiniati. rain. 4 J in each of the first six innings. Detroit'... Uoston 5 14 4 fl 11 I I Dubuc and Dauss and Stanagc, McKee; ftfays j and Thomas, Agnew. Second j I Detroit.......... Boston.......... Cunningham, JJolan Baker; Shore, Leonard and Cady, Cleveland Hits Hard Philadelphia, July hit the ball hard, took, advantage of 3lasselbacher's wilducss and Witt's errors, and fi'orn Philadelphia day 12 to 5. Cleveland ............12 12 1 Philadelphia.......... 9 4 Bagby and paly; Hasselbacher ami Carroll. Have you Cigars lately? SPRING COULEE ISSUES BASEBALL CHALLENGE Magrath. July ID, Sporting Editor Spring Coulee baseball team wisli to challenge any team in Southern Alberta'to a game to be played in Magrath July 24th. A substantial prize will bo .giv- en the winner by the'commit- tee in charge of the sports. Here's a chance for the Ta- ber Crescents or the Old Tim- ers to let their light shine in the south country. Who grabs tho defi lirst? For "Matty" and Others Tbai boy oi" yours Overseas, amid the strain of-batJe and the dearth and danger of poor drinking water. Wha: more acceptable creature comfort than a box of ADAMS' TUTTI FRHTTf GUM contains twenty packages of thirst-quenching refreshment in the five mellow fruit fla- vors our boys overseas have coma to admire. The voyage cannot harm Tutti Frutti. Each package opens up as fresh and full-flavored S3 it left the factory. For each slick is wrapped in wax paper and tinfoil. The pack- ags siipa nicely into the sol- disr'spocket. Askyourdealer for Tutti Frutti by the box, ORIGINATORS Cliielmmll. .Inly Jlerr- j maun unnoiuieed today that In: Und agreed with -Priwidciii Harry Menin I stearl "Managor MrCJi-.iw nf tlic 1 'New York Giants, to ir.ide I jHerzoy. inanngur of the ;uid j Outfielder-Wnrln Killifer, lo the Ciynts! i for Cliristy .Mathewson, Onilieldiii- l-Rmifini] am! hifieldcr lin-! i luediately after the aniuMiiicimiunl, j i and Hempstoad went into i j-confftrcjicc with Heizog. It was wid I that ii! Hersog aennlescetl fo tha trade, j arrive her? t.oraor-1 row to tsKe up r'.ie managerial dut of the club. SPOKANE WOMAN WINS SHOOT Tacoma, Wash., July Chas. j O'Connor of Spokane carried off the i women's honors in the Pacific Indian j shoot liorc today, taking two trophies. She was the leading woman and tenth j among all in the regular trophy shoot j with 112 out 125. Prank C. Reihle of Tacoma won with 121. Mrs. O'Con- nor also took the women's trophy of the H. R. ISvording gold trophies. Sixty "shooters participated lor 20 prizes today. Daily the Praise in i "From two and one-half to 50 miles an hour on "From twenty to twenty-five miles on a gallon of "The easiest riding car in the to the wonder- ful cantilever springs.'_' "The snappiest motor I have ever driven." Thousands of such statements continue to pour into our factory. Waste no time. See this new Overland at once. _ 8. WILLIAMSON CO., 320-9TH .STREET SOUTH LETHBRJDGE.'ALTA. PHONE 1546 WiHys-Overland, Limited and Works, West Toronto, Onl. 890 Roacisteir' ISTO ran TORONTO. The Best Rubber Heel Costs Only lOc More 60C A pair, put on at all s li o c .stores shoe- r c p a i r e r s Black flio- colatc. (JOGI v MAD The ten cents extra charge upon Goodyear Wingfoot Air Heels makes all the difference between the better rubber heel and the ordinary rubber heels. It' Goodyear were to Good- year heel which would sell at. the slandard price of ordinary heels, the heel would be full value for your 50c. But' it would not be the best heel that Good- year could not truly represent Goodyear standards of excel--; lence. In Wingfoot Air Heels you get better, heels. It is worth while investing lOc ex- tra to receive bigger returns in wear and comfort. There's more wear, more springiness in Wingfoots because they are made from purer, better rubber. There's more com- fort and more life, because Wingf oots have air cushions with raised edges that lift the foot up, give gaiety to the step, and combat slipping. The Goodyear Tire Rubber Go. of Canada, Limited Toronto, Ontario EAR TM CANADA Wingfoot AirHeels PACIFIC COAST Vernon 4; Sau Francisco 5. Oakland 1; Los Angeles 0. Portland 1; Salt Lake 4. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis Toledo 1. St. Paul n; Columbus 7. Kansas City 9: fudiaiiapolis 3. 3; Louisville-5. NORTpEJRN Superior 2; 'AVmiiipeg 11; Fargo 4; Duluth ;2. INTERNATIONAL :J. 4; Buffalo Toronto 2. 6; Toronto 0. Baltimore Oj Rochester 7. Providence .4; Montreal 5. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver il; Dutte JO. Spohano.5; Tacoma G. Seattle-Great Falls, travelling. FILLY, EXPRESSIVE LOU, SHOWS SPEED AT CLEVELAND Cleveland, July Lou, IrivDii by 'Murphy, won the second icat of the North Randall sweep- itakes, which was the first heat raced oday and thereby took the race! The i j first heat was trotted Tuesday and won by the same filly. This event was for it-year-olds. Time CAUGHT ANOTHER Stockholm, via London, July is reported here that tho British steamer Adams, 2.223 tons gross, lias been captured by n German destroyer off Alms, Sweden, while, on a voyage to Finland. NEW U.S. AMBASSADOR .Washington, July JE1: kus, of New York, wag nominated by President Wilson yesterday as am- bassador to Turkey to succeed.Henry Mqrgenthau. J A REGATTA NOT HELD Owing to tho high wind yos- tordny, the regatta to be held nt HeiidorHoii Lake had to. be postponed. NON-INTOXICATING 'ALBERTA'S PRIDE' BEER FOR SALE The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. Phone 554 .J ;