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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 FRIDAY, 1910 THE LETMBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE T-jAVBybn Think 'Hrantfurd' would nmmt to YOU it net. Clean, hekUlty ftm, fttrtfugtli more' for study.' 'IJoys'orGtrls' model IM or model C.CM: Model "F Canada Cycle Motor CO.. Limited, Toronto. 88 -A 110 5th St. S. THE LETHBRIDGE CYCLE CO. FOR SALE BY ENGLISH SIYLE OF NATIONAL Lost Brooklyn 22 14 Now York 1 21 -16 Philadelphia 21 V Chicago 19 W Cincinnati 21 ,-23 PittsburK IS 28 Boston -.i. 18. -S3 St. Louis ,18. 24 Leaders Twice Beateri Brooklyn. June BoB.tqn Pet. -611 :477 .488 .428 beat AMERICAN Won Losl Pot. Cleveland....... 25 16 .WO Washington...... 24 16 .800 New York....... 22 1C .679 Boston ?2 18 .560 Chicago 18 21 .462 Dotroit......... 18 23 .439 Philadelphia..... 15 24 .385 St. LoulB........ 16 25 .371) Caldwell Hit Hard Now York, June York end- ed a long home Btand by losing to Philadelphia today by a score of S to Brooklyn twice today, 1 and 2! to 1 but the DodRors retained the lead throUBh New York's "defeat at Phila-10. Caldwell. the veteran Yankee delphia. Errors and pas..e. were New York Tennis Circles Talk- ing of System sponalble lor Brooklyn's defeat In tho I first game. Rudolph and Coombs fought a great pitchers' battle In the second game. Boston...... B J Brooklyn Racon and Gowdy; Cheney, Mails and Meyers. Second game; Boston Brooklyn Clean Sweep For Boston Boston, June The Red Sox de- feated Washington with Johnson pitching 1 to 0 today, making the u series a clean sweep. for the Boston team. The shut out followed the rais- San Francisco, June to woi'rt received from New York, tennis circles have liepn discussing the recent successful .adoption of the English plan of play-'in doubles, by Waysoh il. Washburn. placed his partn'er at the net when lie was receiving service. The popular American method is to only play the not when your. partner is delivering service, and both playing back when receiving. Washburn and Mrs.. Frederick matched against Miss Molla.Bjurstedt and A. H. Man. Ap- probation-was-generally expressed at this -method of mixed doubles play. Although it has been tried out be- fore, it has not generally met with the success attending Mrs. Schmitz and Wnshburn'B tactics, at least ii this country. The formation they used was made famous by English teams playing for the Davis flip, and 'doubles play is somewhat' generally credit- ed with belnc better .than American combination play. It has been punch- ed full of theorltical Holes but Wild- ing and Brookes-used'it successfully against ilcl.oughlin and Bundy at Forest-Hills in 1914 and It has suc- ceeded almost invariably in Interna- tional matches. Rudolph and Gowdy; CoombE and Miller. i Bunched Hits and Errors I Philadelphia, June' got an even break in the series with Now York bv winning today's game, tho score being 4' to, 2. The'home 'teara'B victory was due to bundling 'six hits off Stroud in three-innings, with three errors by their opponents. _. ,Now York i Philadelphia i 4 f Stroud, Schauor and Rariden; Hiioy !and Killifer. Double Score on Reds i Pittsburg, June Pittsburg defeat- 'ed Cincinnati here today, 8 to 4. The Pirates made five runs in the flrst jfour Innings on eight hits off Schnei- der, and three more In.. -the- fifth on ive' hits off Dale, who relieved him. 13 3 r Cincinnati 1 Pittsburg......... Schneider, Dale and Wingo, Huhn; Harmon and Schmidt. No other games scheduled. 0 pitcher, was pounded for 15 lilts. Philadelphia New York 15 Bush and Meyers; Caldwell and Nunaraaker. ing of the American league champion- ship pennant. Washington 1 FRENCH HORSES SOLD WELL AT NEW YORK Baltimore Horseman Pays Big Price for >'ov, Aork Juno sale of the' horses of the H B Durvea es i titp brought over from France real high prices at Belmont Park Saturday. Hal Parr, of Baltimore, paid for a 'three-year-bid bj The Oneck Stable got the five-year-old horse Frizzle, by for and Traiily, a two-year-old by Irish brought For the Belgian, a two year old bv Rabelais, Ral Parr gave A. J. Joyner bought several for AI L and A C Schwartz for whom ho will train them. H Waterson, nhq races under the name .'tije Miraspl Stable, bought the three-year-old, EH Dnero, for ?700. Sixteen head realized an ijyeraec of Tne 3 earrings are to be sold at Sara- toga. 6 BETTING ON THE' GIANTS _____ A New York, June man in New York is pulling mights' hard for that-'Giant- aggrega- -81 :tlon. He. is-Arnold Rothstein, a.-weil known soldier of for-- tune He has wagered E B SinatheiE, ivho foi bought the ereat McChesney, against that Me- Graw's huskies run up the bon ny blue flag ,He took the bet before the season began and when the Giants left for the west Rothstein would have sold his bet for a century note But not oi' Rothstein Is the man who lost something like 4 when the Braves raced over. :the heads of the Giants and won a pennant. .luck and -un- desirable citizen, who has befen out of public print for some months, is hoard of again. Jack, instead of going straight through to South America, at he announced he Intended to do, when he left England; got no farther than Spam and he Is there educating the "caballeros' in the gentle art of slamming each, other-on' the mush. Jack thinks that with a little pa- tience he can make the Spaniards forget all about hull fighting and in- duce them to .'trade in their "espadas for boxing as he puts It, he can't be arrested lor try Ing. Why It Happtned .Tack tells the reasons that prompt- ed the authorities to order him.out of England. 'I had a he says, "a doc- tor and when' a man who" wanted 'to escape military service came to" me I sent him to the doctor ulth a note The doctor would Immediately pro- nounce him physically', unfit for work' in the trenches. I charged for each note and the doctor and I split 50-50. The last man I sent was healthier than'I am." Johnson and Ainsmith Ruth and Decided in the Third Detroit, June won the last game of the series from Detroit today 6 to 3. The third inning de- cided the contest, the White Sox scoring four runs on two hits and two errors in that session. Chicago.............. 6 7 2 Detroit......... 3 6 2 Faber and Schalk; Cunningham Stanage, Baker. Morton Won His Own Game St. Louis, June divid- ed a tloubleheader with St. Louis here today, winning the first game 3 to 3 and losing the second 6 to 5. Morton, pitcher for Cleveland in the first game, won his own game with a sin- gle in the ninth inning. Loudermilk's wildness was mainly responsible .lar Cleveland's loss of the second game. Cleveland 3 11 0 St. Louis............. 2 7 1 Morton and Billings, O'Neill; Parks and Hartley, Severoid. Second Cleveland............ n St. Louis............. 6 Lpudermilk, McHale and O'Neill; Baumgartner, Plank and Severoid. 10 3 NORTHWESTERN AVon Lost Pet. Spokane Vancouver Butte, Great Falls Seattle Tacoma IS 17 15 16 13 13 10 16 15 19 17- .5941 .515 .060! !500 .467 .433 Seattle 9 74 Vancouver............ 6 11 4 Schmutz and Cadman; Barham and Cheek. Spokane 8 11 1 Butte 4 5 Murray; Meikle and Alt- man. i Tacoma-Great Falls, postponed, rain WELSH TO BATTLE WALLACE Montreal. June Wallace, of Brooklyn, N.Y., who fought Johnny Kllbane, a ten round draw here and Freddie Welsh, lightweight champion have been matched for a ten-iound bout here about June 16, under the auspices of the Canadian Athletic Club LEVIN8KY AND FLYNN DRAW Chattanooga, Tenn, June tling" Levmsky, of Boston and "Por- ky" Fly im of Boston boxed eight rounds to a draw here last nighV The heavyweights mixed freely, but with little damage. "Did you see mj sunburst last enquired the pompous Mra. Newrich of her poorer neighbor "No; I said .the neighbor caustically, "but I certainty thought he would 11 he ate another bite Recruits Wanted Fifty More Men Wanted tor 13th 0. H. R. Battalion As soon as this number is obtained the 13th will proceed overseas. Communicate or call on LlKUT. SWIFT, Lethb'ridge Hotel. INTERNATIONAL Richmond 5 11 2 Newark 1 8.1 McKenry and Reynolds; Schacht Schwert. Baltimore 2. 11 3 Providence 1 3 9 1 Morrissette and McAvoy; Blackburn. Toronto Buffalo Manning and McKee, HalRy. Montreal Rochester 11 0 i Baker and 3 !i 1 8 2 Goodbred and Wells; Hill and Hale. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville............ 1 2 2 Toledo 3 7. 2 James, Palmero and Wil- liams, Main and Sweeney. Columbus 0 8. 4 Indianapollt, 13 13 3 Brady, Vance and. Coleman; Falken; burg and Schang. Milwaukee 3-60 Kansas Cits 6} 9 1 Young, Shackleford and Reagan and Berry. f COAST Francisco 234 Oakland 174 11 innings Peiritt and Sepulveda, Rlawittor Elliott Portland 484 Loi Angeles i) 8 -1 Noyes and Roche, Scoggms Basaler NORTHERN Winnipeg...... 1 9 1 Duluth...... 4- 9 1 Clark and Moore; Horse and Vigcr- ist 'I Virginia 2 10 1 Superior 0 0 q Johnson and Buster; Ballis and Erickupn. Fort Williatn-Fargo, postponed, rain. RECORD PITCHING, FEATS III., June is believ- ed to, world record for the num- ber of Strike-out! in a single game made here iait Friday by'two aggregations Pitcher Stl don of OH Taverns, and Pitcher A'ckeroian, of the 'Mortoni, etch (truck ont-24 bitumen The game went IS Innmgi and finally was -won by ti Last Day Tomorrow, Saturday TiiiiH stile has made it an easy matter for men to add a -'Fashion Craft" suit to their sununer wardrobe, without serious tax to their pocket book. In spite of the world-wide rise in all tailoring materials, our prices; today are even lower than sale 'prices of normal times. Come In on This Last Day of our Sale "Fashion Craft" Clothes YOU ARE PROTECTED BY'A DOUBLE GUARANTEE, COVERING SUCH IMPORTANT THINGS AS STRICTLY ALL WOOL FABRICS; ALL SEAMS SILK-SEWN; THE. FINEST QUALITY OF INSIDE MATERIALS; BEST TAILOR -WORK- MEN IN CANADA; LARGEST VARIETY OF IMPORTED WEAVES AND PATTERNS AND STYLE THAT YOU KNOW IS RIGHT. Men's Fine Pants WITH BELT LOOPS AND FIVE POCKETS Suits, Sale Price..... Suits, Sale Price----, Suits, Sale Price Suits, Sale Price----. Craft" Blue and Black Serge Suits Guaranteed Pure Indigo Dye -135.00 Suits, Sale Price'........ 130.00 Suits, Sale 125.00 Suits, Sale Special Lot of Men's Tweed Business Suits A Sale Special Suits, Sale Price Men's Soft Felt Hats In the Latest Styles and Colors Hats. Sale t Men's Umbrellas Boil's Umbrellas, reg SI 25 Sale 111 ice 95c Men's Fnibi-clliis, icgulai 50 Sale price.................... Pants, Sale Price 13.50 Pants, Sale Price 14.50 Pants, Sale Price 15.00 Pants, Sale Price. Pants, Sale'Price Work Price Men's Fine Negligee Shirts 11.50 Shirts, Sale Price......... 95C SKirt-s, Sale Prior- 12.00 Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Safe Price 14.00 Silk Shirts- Sale Price Silk Ships'ale Price .00 Hats. Price 3.00 Price.... .50 Hats. Sale Price----- Men's Working Gloves Wrist-Band ami Gauntlet Styles 85c Gloves. Sale (J5c Gloves. Sale Price 75C Gloves. Sale Price Gloves. Sale Price Men's Half Hose Seamless, colors tan, blajck and Marine 25c per pair. Sale Price, 3 pair for...........50c 35c per pair. Sale Price, per pair........25c 60c per pair. Sale Price, per pair..........45c per pair. Sale price, per (J5c per pair. Sale Price, per pair ........90t Men's Slip-on Overcoats IN DARK GREY AND LIGHT TWEED EFFECTS 122.50 Slip-on Overcoats Sale price Slip-on Overcoats Sale Money Refunded if not Satisfied with Purchase No Goods Will Be Given on Approval Men's Raincoats WATERPROOF GUARANTEED 117.50 Eain-coats Sale Kain-coats Sale Price........ Raincoats Sale Price Men's Work Shoes 83.50 Work Shoes. Sale 14.50 Work Shoes. Sale Price............ J Work Shoes. Sale Price.......... Work Shoes, 12 inch tops. Sale Price Work Shoes, Elk leather. Sale Price Iv Men's Fine Shoes Fine Shoes. Sale Price......... Shoes. Sale Price.......... 15.00 Fine Shoes. Sale Price............ Men's Work Shirts Strongly, rerjnforwd with double seanis, stitched. Shirts. Sale' Price'. 95C Shirts. Sale Price 1.75 Shirts. Sale'Price i Men's Light Weight Underwear In combination or two- piece suits from the most reliablfc mills. "Penman's" and Combination or two-piece Suits, Sale Price Combination, or two-piece Suits Sale Price .t i 95c Suits, silk 'and wool. Sale Price OLIVER BLOCK FIFTH STREET L. OLIVER BLOCK hFTH STREEf ;