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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY ,11, IflJG. THE LETHBRirxilC DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE. 1 f ".1 ORIGINATED BY DAVIS SONS LIMITED, MONTREAL. "Makers of fine cigars lor over half a century" Winners of the Gold Medal (Grand Prize) at Paris in '63 and Centennial in 1867 in tion against the world. TO MOST 15 CIGARS Some Tobacconists will try to sell you other Cigars WHY? simply because there is less profit to them on "PROMOTER" at three lor a quarter. ,8 X NATIONAL Brooklyn 54 34 002 i Boston 47 5M Philadelphia -IS oil F.J2 Sew York -13 44 404 j Chicago 45 -IS 4S4 t Pitlsburg............ ;jri 442 St. Louis............ 41! 54 44u >i55 415 SATURDAY GAMES 1 1 d JO 1 lard and iicy- ers; Sclmeidei and Clarke. Brooklyn 0 1 Cincinnati 2 i; (I C'l F) A I'feffer and McCarty; SciVultz, Mose- LLObh RACE IN St. Louis............. 3 10 2 Rudolph and Gowdy; Ames, LoU AMERICAN [Vaults frora first to third place in tho Boston S 10 j pennant cliaso. jst. 5 62 BOSTON HEADS Boston Xew York Chicago Cleveland Detroit Washington SI. Louis Philadelphia 53 u4 53 -17 J-'U-st (New York 1 I St. Louis........ 2 Mogradge and Alexander, and 'Severoid. Second New York Hughes and Gowdy; Watson, Ne- idows and Gonzali Koob 4 12 0 J! 10 -4 JMammeaux and SATURDAY GAMES. First i New York............. 1 4 St. Louis............ li Caldwell and Walters, Davenporl and Severoirt. Second New York 2 5 1 St. Louis 3 5 -1 Russell and Walters. Davenport and Scvcroid. 6 First game Chicago ____ Philadelphia Faber and Sclmlk, Myers and Pic- nick. Second game Chicago 6 n Philadelphia '4 r, L, Cicottte, Russell and Lapp, Bush and Haley. Cleveland.......... 10 It 0 Washington 0 S Bagby and Daly, Dumont and Gal lia. First Boston S 8 3 Detroit 10 12 Foster, Gregg, WfckofE, Iluth, CaUj and ThonniH, Bolaml, Coveleskie and Baker. 04 1 St. Louis............ 2 4 u .Fisher and Nimamaker, Plank and Severoid. Chicago Wins Tvyp. More. Ciiicago, July batters mauled two PhiladeliThla pitchers foi another double win today 10 to 1 and 7 to 0. Six double plays helped the White Sox slahmen, but they were seldom in trouble. A group of citi' zens of --''I-Jarvard, Ills, iiitcher Lan- ning's home town gave-hini -a watch and the White Sox pounded him for 19 hits in the opening game First Philadelphia Chicago Lanning and "UfaIB Lapp. Second Philadelphia Chicago. Williams and'PIcknick and Lapp. 0 6 10 19 Ctcotte i I 9 0 Wolfgang 1 Second Boston Detroit........ Gregg, Leonard. Aguew and Thom- aa, .lames and Stanldge. SUNDAY GAMES. (Ten Straight for St. Louis.) St. Louis, (.Inly Louis won Its (end) straight game nnd the fourth straight from .Mow York ny taking lioth games, of. a double-header here1. loday, (he flntt 2 in 1 and the i and Incidentally tumbled the Cleveland Loses. Cleveland, July" won. 2 to I from Cleveland in I0'ln: lings today. his 1 aik1" -1 1'rg c-ir1- Ir the fth inning and liad io be carried he C t, t, UHI got us run on safe hits while Washington's irst run was the result of -nccbe'i ildness. Washington 2 71 Cleveland........'.___ 1 80 Johnston and Alnsmith; Henri Bcebe, Klcpfer, Coveleskie and O'Neill. New York Pittsbnrg........ Perritt anil Raridei Gibson. New York............ 5 12 Pittsburg 0 Anders ir, and Rariden; Carpenter, Kantler and Wiison. Chicago............... 5 fl Philadelphia........... 2 5 i arid Fischer; Oeschfjrir. Alex ander and KiJiiier. No Sunday games in National. CALLED OFF The reason win- the Welsh-White fight in Minneapolis called Hint of Conscription to Meet British Situation. of The Asiioeiateu government is calling- for more physicians for the army. Surgeon Gen. Sir Alfred Keogh has appealed to the medical profession to "mobilize" voluntarily otherwise, It is suggested, recourse because it was "alleged that iwil1 have-to be had to medical coil- Hoke, who had been selected by the! scription.: .Minnesota boxing commission as of tlie Doctors in private prac- rqferec. had declaimed from street ticc aL !l01110 to mobiliziuff. corners that lie "would malic theleve" voluntarily. Many members of champion fight'or throw him out odjh.e Association main- the "I wont stand for j tain that the-army has already all the i ,i requires it it would or a Chicagoan, v.-ith ,i i lias taken ll.uuu Ij reputation onieiate as the third man nrivate practicc aud lhe 3 in the arenn, .out the boxing com- for mission said it would be Hoke or no I Army Medical Corps lias taken ll.UOO doctors from hey .are asking ing in all ing of the season at San Sebastian, where the sport has been carried on witli much success, and with the pat: ronage of a number of leading French and English owners. He has now. ac- quired the immense stable belonging to the Lieux family, including many of the best horses on the continent King .Alfonso's, horses .are trained by }r. A. de Neuter, the 'noted tel- gian trainer and writer, who has long been the racing editor of Le Beige.'His principal jockey is a Can- adian, Alex McCormack iof Wood- stock, Ont. Corniack is also riding for the French owner, M. Veil for whom he rode some years ago le- fore his return to Canada, where ho has a fine farm. Corniack uiick to the turf with the establishment "of racing at San Sebastian a. fov moiitlu ago. -He will return to his Canadian home at the close of the eou'-i season. Almeida, the Cuban inflelder, who was released by 'Montreal to Setali- ton, has. now-been released by the latter olnb. BASEBALL TONIGHT. A baseball game will be play ed tonight 'between Knox Jun- iors and St. 'Patrick's juniors at .the Barracks -diamond. I no 00o. This, with medical officers the j in service, gives a AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES Kansas City 15, Minneapolis 5. Columbus 5, Toledo 3. Indianapolis 0, Louisville 3. Mihva.iSee 6-7, St. Paul 1-S. No Sunday games in Association. PACIFIC COAST SATURDAY GAMES Salt Lake 2. Los Angeles 5. San Francisco 2, Portland 5. Vernon 2, Oakland 3. San Francisco 2, Portland 5. Salt Lake 7, Los Angeles 4. Second Salt Lake 1, Los Angeles 2. Vernou 7. Oakland 4. Second Vernon 8, Oakland 5. Fraiicijco i, Portland 0. Second Siiii Francisco 12, Portland .7. one. Wlnte was tho favorite in betting. total of to attend to an army of As a result of the roixup. Welsh Is! about The Germans, for an barred from boxing in Minnesota and Harry Pollock was sued for expense money handed to him and for 5610 for the club's expenses. At Voll army of have med- ical officers. "The position at home is serious as there are medical men and j women in With tak- en away, no more than are left JSimda.--. Ernest jto u Population of men, wo- men and children. How grave the Columbt young amateur pit -litr struck out twc'nty-one of his uiuommlr, in Position, is may he suggested by re nine innings, and did not allow a Ini or give a base on bails. l? LAWN BOWLING. calling that more than indus- trial casualties- occur in .this country every year, which is hugely heavier than the casualties at the British front in a year of the present war." It is maaintained that the whole t problem could he solved, without of. the Royal Army Medical Among. the reforms j are -the-follo.wing: !3t3f.l of the army for the di- The Single Championship contes. which have been in pmKn-sH ov. iy I vision as the medical unit, no doctors the past two weeks, have being thus Kept idle because'their brought out tho real playing abilities i division is not in action, of the different members of the Loth- jridgc Lawn Bowling Club. Alany an j old nlayor has .fallen down to the no- Boston at Top Now. Detroit, Mich., July hit Mitchell for 10 hits in four innings today anil -easily defeated' Detroit fl to 3. AInys work in the box for Bos- ton was yood'at all limes. ilioston ,jt .ti Detroit 10 Mays and Agnew; ...Mitcbell .nnd Cunningham, McKoc, Maker..-. NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Seattle 5, Spokane 3. Great Pails S, Vancouver C Buttc 1, Tacoma IG. Second Butle S, Tacoma 4. vice, and every game played so far had its many 'surprises. Tin's week it is the purpose to ad- vance those who have still the major- ity of their games to play. Each night's games will be announced in tlie Herald, starling with tomorrow night's 'honor" roll for those winning issue. The [over ono-third of their games up fill INTERNATIONAL .Rochester 7. Montreal. 3. Second liofhcster 13, Montreal 5. -I-'rovldnnce II. Baltimore C. Mo other games scheduled. Saturday night is follows: Won Lost 10 1 NORTHERN 0, l-'argo-Moorehoail 1, R'.'Scott .F. Mellv'na R. Ward J. Livle W. Hiitton H. Scott R.'IJaidry Campbell K.-P. Stewart "Adoption- of a now system of hos- pitals at. the front and abolition of field ambulances. It is estimated that the latter change alone would save i ,500 doctors in an army of men. "Relerise of doctors'for home work when there is no work tor them to do at the base hospilals.. Under modern conditions it is' always known when on attack Is imminent, and the staff would have twenty-four liours to re- turn to tbeir base." CANUCK IS KINO'S RIDER Pr.t. .000 '55? McCormack.cfWoodttock Will Ride King.Alfonto's Horset .fi4fl; Madrid, July Al- .500' fohso, who has been -racing in .500 ,3Vf .371 modest way under'the horn de course of-the Duke of branched mt more.-exteneively. since tlie opun- TT is with a feeling of pride" and satisfaction that cyclists draw attention to the "White Diamond" tires on their bicycles. Diamond Tyre- on aristocratic ttre of white the Atl-Wealher- strong as it is bicycle tin ie luxe. BICYCLE TIRES ;