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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 17. 101 fl THE LETHBIUDOE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Uronklyn Philadelphia Nuw York Chicago........... 25 BlJHlOtl......... 21i Ctncimmtl....... 211 St. Louis 21 ws and. No Runs Boston, June pitched a no-hit, ho-ruu'gumo ugalnst Ptttsburg today, the Braves .whining 2 to 0. The Boston t wirier had great control, pass- ing but two men and striking nut Bcven. Wagner Canned twice, the hist Uine ending the game. .Most ot the visitors hit the ball into the air. Pittsburg 0 0 1 Boston.............. 2 7 y Kantlelmer, Harmon and Schmidt; I-lnghca and Tragrossor, Gowdy. Chicago at Brooklyn, rain. St. Louis at New rain. Cincinnati at Philadelphia, rain. INTERNATIONAL Newark 0 3 1 Providence 1 6 2 Euright and 'Schwert; Tincuji and Yelle. Buffalo 4 5 1 Kouhester............. 3 1 0 Tyson and'Onslow; Hitter, Horsclie and Casey. Baltimore-Richmond, rain. Montreal-Toronto, rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis. "r.-.- 2 4 0 St. Paul............. 8 0 Willis and Schaug; Upham' and de- mons. 12 Columbus fS 14 1 Kansas City.......... 2 12 1 Colemun, Blodgett and Berry; Crut- cher, Humphries and Hargravcs. Louisville-Minneapolis, rain. Toledo-Milwaukee, rain. NORTHERN Fargo 3 11 0 'Winnipeg............. 1 ti 2 Boardman and Smith; Gervais and Moore. 'Second game (called'in the 7th by L Fargo...... 1 7 1 2 8 0 Wright and Smith; Schalk and Moore. Duluth.............. 4 S 3 Virginia -1 fi .3 Laiic and Vigerist; Rleger and Bus- ter; Superior-Fort William, both games postponed. Great Falls........... 0 34 Spokane fi 15 0 White and Haworth; 'Noble and Sheely.. 5 10 2 15 3 Hose and Cadman; Sutherland and Bartholomy. Quite 11 2 Vancouver-......... 3 92 Lcifer and Altman; Russell and Follmnn. 15c each 2 FOR 30c. Ask your de Errors Lost Game Detroit, -Tune ontpltched Dnbuc today but. Philadelphia's live errors were costly mid Detroit won UK; second game of the neries 4 to 3. Rain fell during the greater part of the game, malting play erratic. Philadelphia.......... 7 5 "Detroit.............. 4 'J 2 Nabors, Sheehan and Schiiug; Du- buc and Stanage. Day On Chicago, June Collins de- livered the blow which gave Chicago a victory over Boston. The score was 7 to 4. Collins made three hits, in- cluding a double and a triple, driving in two runt; and scoring two himself. With the score tied in the eighth he tripled following Weaver's single and scored the winning run. Boston............ 492 Chicago.............. 7 14 I) Gregg, Foster and Agnew, Thomas; Williams, Wolfgang and Schalk. New York, at Cleveland, called at end of 4th, darkness, score 1 to J. Washington at St. Louis, rain. COAST LEAGUE Salt Lake......... 0 7 0 Oakland....... 2 Hughes and Vann; Boyd Elliott. San Francisco...... G f> 2 Los Angeles.......... 2 6 1 Couch and Sepuiveda; Scoggins, Zabel and Boles. Yernon.............. 2 3 1 Portland............... a 9 1 Fromme, Hess and Spencer; Hager- man and FlKher. There -was a .battle royal on the Gait Garden 'bowling green last night when the Empire club invaded the, enemy's territory, and endeavored to capture the Bankers' Silver Challenge cup. Right at the beginning of'the.en- counter McNabb and his men opened tlieir big offensive movement against Clarke's brigade, and scored a gain of eleven points. On the other wing M'arnoch met with reverses, being successfully "gassed" by "Hugh Scott, one of Bob Scott's able lieutenants. They recovered quickly from the at- tack, and harassed the defending for- ces' at every point, but victory was denied them, Scott winning out-.by. a .Of the contending: for'ces special mention might toe njade of the brilliant work of Maiuoch, Scott and Hutton, and to >these men imrucularly are bestowed the iron crosses donated by the official ere witnesses, R, and Rod Wynne Aftei the battle had cleared iwaj the, suivivors, ivitb their wins" and losses .were' ds'i follows in SHOE POLISHES Cleveland Washington Detroit New York Boston Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia WHITE -TAN KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT 10 G Co- of '10 C LETHBRIDGE JUNE 30 and JULY 1 "WATCH FOR Bucking Contests Bulldogging Roping Races LIBERAL PRIZES Reduced fares from all, points in Alberta and Saskatchewan -BIG TIME EXPECTED- OLI Baseball Match Featured Stellar Catches and Bull Mosquitoes t the Old Timers, caught three hard hit balls on the run and made a good throw to'the plate to catcb Donson. Dobson waVcalled out for leaving the Ij third bag a trifle too soon on this I play.' Kenny -and ATc Arthur" pulled 'L down a difficult "fly apiece, but Kenny was thrown down by the umpire on ,his .catch. The umpire thought he By dropped the ball when he stooped to save himself from falling. Starched and light weight A NOVELTY IN TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and test fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL. .Campbell- Reid Scares 13 Clark 13 Hutton Ward H. Scott 7 R. Scott. H Majority for Gait club, i shots. Two teams of Elka will be seen in action Monday night on'.the. Garden green. Clarke and Crawford are. lin- ing up the combatants. If Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide (Made in -Canada) SHOT TWO BEA'RS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Iim JMligata of fhe Haley Farming Co. just returned "this morning from his fruit farm near.KasIo, .B. .is .tick- lea' to death with' the 'tifcIT that attended him on his' trip: 'While near Kaslo he was.out. after bear "and brought back with him the skins of a silver tip and a grizzly which he shot dunng-his stay The skins are beauties and were shipped this morning.to a taxidennist to be made into rugs Eventually You'll Drink Fowler's Grape Cider Why-Not NOW ,J R. L. Fowler Co. Limited. MANUFACTURERS Calgary Saikatcon For the third time this season the Lethbridge High School baseball .teain lost night attempted to take the measure of the Old Timers1 brigade, md failed. This time the score was to 4. The game 'went seven -in- .lings and each round something of a clever if not sensational nature pulled off. It was the best game of the three games played by these two teams and a great crowd of spectatois were oh -hand, the .majority of them being big bull mosquitoes who chew tobacco with a relish and expectorate with a careless abandon. Those mosquitoes carried Texas steer horns too, and butted in without discnmin ation Howei er, the game v, ent on In te of the pests which not at all interfered with the calibre of ball playing. K. P. Stewart pitched for the Old Timers. K. P. has always pitched for then-. He Is the only pitcher they have and ho is the only pitcher they need He was in fine form last night. George McKillop started off for High School and was relieved half way through the game by .Leon Duns- worth. Dunsworth; has an outcurve like the C P R roundhouse he has an out drop and a hurst of ipeeu, top, .all of which served to: puzzle the Old Timers for, a session or itwo, but in Hie last innings they com- menced to toiich him lip and scored. two more runs to ,tiieir total, of six. The Old Timers led from the start, scoring in the flrSt and -four ir the second. They didn't score again until the- eighth. The High School remained runless until the fifth. 'In this innings the. O'd Timers had a series of misfor tunes coupled with a hit or winch netted the High School all the, ruiis they made in the game. The Teams High School Robertson, catcher; AIcKillop, pitcher and 1st base; Duns- worth; 'pitcher mid 1st base; Gillies 2nd base; Robison, shortstop; Dob- son' 3rd base: Skelth, Brodie and outfielders. Old Brandow, catcher1: Stewart, pitcher; Nicholson, 1st base, Gatliyan, 2nd .base; Kenny shortstop; Evans, 3rd base; Frey, McArthur and Carberry, outfielders Umpire Downing Sidelight! of the Game Ru.ns .were scored by Robertson, RobisOn, Noble and McKillop, -for the High school: and Evans Kenny, Gollivan, Nicholson, Stewart, and Carberry scored the Old runs. Brilliant catches were nunwrouij Brodlo made Hie stellar catch ol Oie game when ho picked Brandon's ilgh fly the Tight field .fence with one hand. Carberry in left field for BRUCE RIDPATH ENLISTS Toronto, June Ricl- former canoe and hockey expert, has. decided to enter the-lists in the war game as a member of the Royal Flying Corps. He has become a stu dent at Long Branch. The pro- fessional hockey career of Mi- Rid path was cut short about four years ago, when he was injured by an automobile in ronto. He is a brother of T. C. Rid- path, of this city. BRINGING BACK THE FRONTIER TO MOOSE JAW, SASK.) On July 11 to 14 Four Full Days __ i In Prizes For Frontier Championships and Horse Races SINGLE FARE RATES ON ALL RAILROADS An exciting- wild western holiday, lull of -fun ami hair-raising venturoiis stunts. Featuring1the World's Champion Bucking Hors-e Riders. .THIS "IK "-YOUR INVITATION. A. P. Day, Manager; E. J. McMillan. Secretary. Write for reserved seats or inform alion. TOBE BLUFFED Chicago, June Goteh, restling champion of .the' world, has X signed to meet Joe S.techor, the Ne- ,j I brasKa' marvel. finish match for Harry Tammen, owner of the circus with which Gotch is now under con- tract, gave out the news .of the new agreement' last night m this clt" Gotch signed-with. Tammen-the other day after a bantering match in which Tammen dared him to mate the match and show that he really wanted to see which was the better man. "I'm clear to Gotch said, "be- cause noboiiy has ray signature {If you will promote the'match you can have my signature .right.now. "I'm not in the promoting line, but if you want to sign, I .would like to see you do Tammen replied, angl a short agreement -was drawn up .Which "Gotch-affixed his. signature: GOT EASY SENTENCE Toronto Tune of the 180th Sportsmen's battalipQ', who was charged with Indecent sault on a waitress -named Carrie- Thompson in a Queen, street restaur- ant was found guilty of common sault bj Judge Winchester and fine3. 2o and costs with a -warning to leava liquor I alone and behave himself j future The 113th Highlanders lQ on Major t Paymaster Caplalnj Qstarlermaikr Cinan Pator Officer Ctflafn Lttdi Caftaku DAhit. 'Rfcruiling in Lilklriigt. Letkbridge Highlanders Overseas Battalion The fighting blood of Scotland's tons rallies them to freedom's cause, now as in days of Robert the Bruce in Canada as among their native hifeand., glens. >With Ungemark, Festubert and to "brthbridge are waiting to Canada's laurels and V.C's. lusty beards that go with Scottish blood grow evenfliMtier in the vigorous life of active service, and razors are appreciated in proportion. In training camps and trenches the Gillette Safety Razor soon proved'its superior keenness, comfort and con- venience. Lucky Gillette owners have shared their good fortune as they could, but every man who hasn't one wants e Gillette lor himself. And do they not deserve H Do your bit by equipping one of them, at least, with a IM Gillette Safety Razor at 111! ;