Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PACE THREE nragecl Because She Twitted Him About Is Arrested Rochester. .Minn.. July itchcll, of Olmstcad county, wont to innoiipolis Wednesday lo serve 11 nipluinl on Fulton, prize glltcr. for alleged assault and hai- ry. The wartime, it wns suited here- day, was sworn out by Fern Mon- The sir! rfi'I'W" rowii into Lake hlmily at Oronoco BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Brooklyn Won 41! .1.1. 41 as 37 I.osl 32 .12 40 44 vet. .r.ira .-I'.i-l .481 .470 .450 .4111 New Yorl; I'iUsbun: Chicago......... j St. Unilii........ Cincinnati....... 34 10-lnning Pitchers' Battle 'lllcuso, .Inly "U.--A lilt balsmnn 'ami ii siiiKli: decided mi.iii- tcrestltiK Hi IniiiiiK pilchers' battle bc- Hendri.x and Schupp in the formor'ii favor, 1 lo n today. Now j York got only three him olt ITomirlx noolun iiiiidn two of tluisc. I New York n n New Vurlt liosion j Cleveland 'Chlrano AMERICAN Won no 4S 47 4fi 44 44 Mi IS Lost 35 35 37 Dull-oil...... I St. Louis Philadelphia Athletics Losing Streak Philadelphia. July lost (he lirKt Kiinie wllh Cleveland to- day 4 to 2, and broke a lo.slnt; streak wiiich had readied !l stralglit hy winninf; the second 2 to 0. Of the jll hits made hy the two learns in the [second only two hy Philadelphia and one by Cleveland went out of the nfield. s wife in TUInneapolis a year ano, it is said. is Monroe, after lieini; hnrlt-d lo the lake, claims thai she tuis- iticil n dislocated right shoulder and j Tho girl declares Mint she arrived Lake Shady where Pulton has his j .lining Sunday afternoon. lat Pnltun seized her and lifting her j oni an automobile carriw! her LO .the id ol" a pier, then hurled her into the ke. Broke Even Cincinnati. July and Cincinnati broke oven in a double header hero loday, the former tailing the first same G to 0 and the locals Hie second f> lo 3. In the flrst game Alexander was master, allowing two hits, while Toney had one bail inning, after which e was thn second I3cebe and O'Neill; Sheehan and Second Cleveland 0 4 2 Philadelphia.......... 2 7 4 Loudernlilk. Conniho and Daly, O'Neill; Bush and Meyer. Senators Will Two 10-inning Games Washington, July took both ends of a double header to 1, tile from Chicago today. 4 to and each contest going 10 innings. gnme two errors by Jlayor nrst inning of the opening game Booh- for three ol Ille locals runs )lng tm by Philadelphia.......... but therealter outpitclied Will- Minneapolis, July Diftercnce bc- the owners of the Twin City oxins club appear to have eared up and it looks as though tho fmht and other bouu; ill surely rome-ofT al tho Armory to- glit... I Though the referee has not been de- dcd noon Billy Hoke .will probably o the officiating, according to club iicials.f Ooorge Barton, of this city, tormer ate referee, is also mentioned as a ossibility.' Uinciiinuti Aluxiuuler find Killife iMosoley anil Wingo. Philaliiilniiia.......... CilK'innati 4. Toney, iams, who was taken out in the tenth. hi the .second game Weaver Chicago's only run on his double. K. Collins' scratch single on which Har- Q por's tiirow to third was too late, ai I InUeW out and Ness'.sacrifice fly. Domnrcc. Mayer, McQuillan and rllic.1KO f 7 0 Burns; Schlllz ami Wingo. Washington.......... -1 9.2 St. Louis Defeats Boston gto Williams, Cicotle and S-jhallc; Boeh- Si Louis .July kept line and Henry, the hits scattered while his team- Second game- mates' fralhereil live rims which en-1 Chicago 3 abled St. Louis to defeat Boston to- day f> to 2. Two singles and an error gave Boston two runs in the first. Two doubles, two singles, a base on ......gave Washington Hnsseil and Harper Henry. Leaders Drop One Xew York. July Louis lie. Lucky Strike. July Friday .Inly 14th; the P. A.- Local of Lucky Strike livid an Old Settlers' Reunion that was largely attended by farmers far and near. The days pleasure was opened hy runniig races in front of the store at 1 p.m. for hoys and girls, n J K D lliwiU1 !l 'M yard dash for men. This Battery (jlins and tvnOX r Ull lulloweil hy farmers' horse rac- ing on ;t track half a mile away. All race horses were barred and some spirited races; best two in throe, were pulled off to the great dollBilil, of everyone. This was followed by a base ball game between Lucky Strike and Korr.mosf, which was very interesting. Foremost took the lend in the begin- Off Interesting Specimen Of Baseball there wasn't any big lengue stuff .t graced Hie Mounted I'olir last night, but a few linnilrcil fans had a whole lot of fun in watching apparition i.. w.r.0. .he io, Bat. that o diamonU mlt n, the eighth, the iinal score being 12-10. Hvor.vtody Hi.cn returned to the store, where snp- tl, baseball n, play a 7-7 tie with tile Knox crew. And Stanley McSwat'fj umpiring did not detract from the the finer points of the melee. He earned undying grat- itude by making the yanie come out ;i v.'liich seems lo tie the safest way for umpires to get oft' without be- ing listed in the casualties. da was by Hans Olsen orches- tra, which gave delight to everybody. Cleo: Look acted as chief marshal! and was ably assisted hy the sports committee consisting of Will Stor- rustc. Will'Thompson and Fred Wal- ters, the privilege committee, Mr. Joe Conway. sec.-treas. of the U. F. A. and 0 s Almond Nut Bar A rich, velvety, milk chocolate contain- ing an abundance of plump almonds a quality that cannot be surpassed. Sold everywhere. Made in Canada. The Battery has ton mc.n on duty so Mr. Williams. The dancing committee far, and the Wholo ten appeared in the! did good worlt and gave the people line-up during the five innings. Georgia peaches were discovered. The Knox crowd were out in vaii- colored uniforms -dug up from the ark, on evening of thorough enjoyment. It consisted of Valrie Phillips, Frank Walks, Orley I Everybody pronounced it a day of and presented a swell appearance, great enjoyment. Lucky Strike is fast They played well enough to keep tho establishing a reputation with the battery guns from silencing them. No public as being; one of the most hos- inore need be said. pliable little inland towns in Alberta. Fulton tiomieU'wfls Uic Ki.Fi on the On Monday, July 10th. Mr. Baker mound for the Battery with Dad Bran- dow doing the receiving. The Old Tim- er was nmg in to hold the heavy slants. "L. Uuiisworth was shooting over the ''75's" for the Knox aggre- the proviscial organizer of Alberta for Modern Woodmen of America opened the Lucky Strike camp 16.23 with over 50 members. This is the largest camp inland in the Provinces of Al- berta and Saskatchewan. Everybody is coming in and we expect soon to reach the 100 mark. Crops are in fine shape and sum- 'fom- runs in the second in- feated New York loday 4 to 2. St. j Louis won the game in tho third in- 27 Marklc walked Groom and Shot- St. Louis 6 Barnes. Hughes. Allen and Gowdy; Brookiyii-Pitlsburg, postponed, wet scored, grounds. ton and Auslln beat out n hunt. MOB- then i-eliovod and before' tl10 tln'u" TO SATURDAY; JULY 29th the Lcthbridgfl Branch of the 'Red Cross .Society On the occasion of the review of the troops by U.K. H. Hie Duke of Connaiight RETURN FARES: Adults, Children, (INCLUDING WAR TAX) Tickets previous to the day can be obtained from the Hon. Sect. Frank Waddington, Him. Treasurer A. J. .Blackbiiriic, and at Jackson's Drug Store. -i a 0 2 so Groom and Soveroid; Ahirkle, Mog- ridge and Nunamaker. Detroit Wins Hard Game Boston. July Tigers gained a 3 to 2 victory over Boston today, the game going 13 innings. Ruth assisted Jin the IGKS of the contest when he 'threw badly to Gainor when fielding Cobb's infield iiit during the ilnal inning. Cobh took second on tii'i throw and scored the winning run on Young's hit to right field. The visitors scored in the sixth inning when Cobb singled, sending in two runs. Boston tied the scorn in the eighth but Viti saved the game for Detroit by spear- ing Lewis' liner and doubling Hob- lltzel at. third., Detroit.............. 3 1] 1 Boston.............. 3 12 4 Coveleskie and McKee, Baker; Fos- ter, Ruth and Agnow, Thomas. gation and didn't yield up many bing- les. Strato did the receiving. Bonnell yielded six hits while Hie best the Battery could do was to register four oft Dunsworth's rapid lire delivery. As mer fallowed land about all headed for the errors we won't count 'em.' out. Wheat on spring plowing is corn- Some ivory was spilled also. j ing fine, well stooled out and another Both sides went, down in order in the; 10 days should see it all headed out. first. In the second -Murray tallied for! Early oats arc coming in fine shape Knox on a fielder's choice and a hit and bended. We .all for another by Robinson. The lattery got two in bumper crop If hail will only let us their half on a hit by Stewart, a walk alone, to Bonncll and a couple of pitches mingled .with some stealing. Both teams failed in lite third frame. NEGRO ELIJAH THE SECOND but in the fourth Knox uncorked some- HAS A MILLION CONVERTS thing strong. Probably it was a lach- London, .filly has troub- rinnitory shell. Anyway the liattery ]c oa jts hands in the person of a negro I couldn't see them until they had nut i styles-himself Elijah the Second, live across oil three hits, a pass and j ostensibly a convert to Christianity, ja few other plays tile scorer couldn't j ilt, jlas CUL adrift from the mission- jt'iuite savey. But the heavy artillery ;s ninning a spurious form came hack strong with four hits and i of Christianity on his own account countless other things one sees outside according to an official who has the big the first of the! reached England flora the region i fifth MOPhee got through on ait error j his converts are most numerous Jon short -.aud scored on McKillop's j tilcy already number more than a mil. isingle. With Streeter and Brandow! ]jon' out of" the natives in j down in their half. It looked poor for I the Battery but Stew-art poled out a j to work miracles and two .bagger that was nearly a lolll, llol even draw the line at raising dead. He finds a par-j hie source of revenue whether he should have stolen the selling'water which he pretends to home plate or not, but shut his ]mve endowed with magic healing [stole third on an overthrew and came from the home on it. The uinps wasn't sure j .profita NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 27; Liu tie Spokane 2; Tticoma 7. Great Falls 1; Seattle 2. PACIFIC COAST Vprnon u; San Frntu-isno i. Oakland 1; Los Angeles .Portland 0; Salt Lake 4. gave his decision thanked heaven nowers. his life, was insured. But what is causing tho authorities The lineup: In; most C0nc0rn is the new doctrine .Streeter, 3h; Brandow, c; Stewart, ss; j which, the black Elijah is proclaiming. I Bonnell, p; Philliphs, If; Duncan, rf; ]t is tilat the blacks are now the Mason 2b and Hare aid Harvey cf. "chosen that they are des- cf; Starle, c; M. Duns j to oust the whites and inherit I worth. 3b: Williams, rf; Murray, 3b; j the places of the earth. 2b; Robinson, ss: I If; and L. Dunsworth, p. i Score by inning. 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Buying a Ford in preference to other less than cars, lets you save in one year's time a difference in depreciation that :pays all your motoring bills ror from one to two years. Think it over. The Ford Garage 1232 3rd Avenue South. Phone 633. Ford RUnabouf Ford Touring 530 Ford Coupelet 730 Ford Sedan 890 Ford Town Car 780' f. D. b. Ford, Ontario. All cars .completely equipped) including electric Equipment does not include, speedometer INTERNATIONAL Ballimoi-e 2; Xowark Richmpml 2; Providence 3. Toronto H; Kocliesslor 1. 9; Rochester fi. Montreal S; BufiuJu 'I. NORTHERN j Superior 0; Winnipeg 1. I Fargo Duluth 4. 'ALBERTA'S PRIDE' BEER FOR SAIS the Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. Phone 554 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 2; Toledo 3.' Minneapolis S; Columbus 3. Indianapolis Milwaukee 0. Kansas City-Louisville, postponed, rain. UNIQUE MEMORIAL TO ZERPELIN DESTROYER tho town of Wilts a miiquo 'memorial will be erected to Plight Lieutenant Warneford. who brought down a Zeppelin from an aero- plane last summer and was himself killed with an American journalist in a flying accident a few days later. The memorial will be erected by the contributions of the Warneford family in all parts of the world, including tho British Isles, France, Italy, India. Mew Zealand, Canada awl Antigua. The famous exploit of young Wurne- ford hns reunited thn family, many mnmbors of which had entirely got out. of touch with their kinsfolk. The Rev. H. U Warneford, who organized the memorial work, is to write a family liiKtory. The earliest known Warne- ford was instructor in Greek to Char- lemagne, the great conqueror. OFFER PRIZES FOR i HYPHEN WAR BABIES to the lalostj newspapers, tlic German Command- ment 'at Libau has announced that the Gernian government will give a bounty of for a boy and for a. girl born of a, Lettish mother and a Oer-, man soldier _ i IT MIGHT THAT H is rumored that the cause of the itch at the park is due to. the prickles on Bob Barrow- man's sailing canoe "The This- tie" being worn off and floating around in (he water. It is said warrant is out for Ins arrest for polluting the waters of the lake in this manner, hut we dun't believe it. DELAY ON GOLF LINKS Owing to, the absence .of Commissioner Grace from tho citv the of Ursine out tin muinciinl golf links has been delayed The ngiee ment was that Mr. Grace would provide i man who with beigl Major Hume, would mark out, (he courao. Mr. CJnice -will, it is expeutud, ruLurn to Uift fAly v loday or lomorroxv nnd Uiis work will Ije taken np am; pro- cecdcd with Immediately. 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