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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta NIUY, MAY 8, THE LIOTIIBRIDCIE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Heads List of Batsmen and Base- and Cobb Lead in American CLEVELAND ON TOP AMERICAN LEAGUE FOR FIRST TIME IN MANY YEARS Chicago, .May Chase, former I star 111 the American and Federal leagues, is leading tho bailers and base stealers of the National, accord- ing lo averages' published here today nnd Including Ramos of last Wednes- day. Chase's percentage Is .458, and in helping to keep Cincinnati in front In team hitting with an average o( .279, nnd Ills stolen bases number six. Cin- cinnati has four other batters doing hotter than .S33, among thorn Heinie Groh. who also leads the league in total bases, will, 31, ami in runs scored III. Sa'lor ami Williams ot the Cubs are tied for home-run honors, Brooklyn Chicago NATIONAL Philadelphia Cincinnati Won S 11 9 8 11 Pittsburg New York Lost Pet. 4 .SIM I Cleveland..... li .IM7 i Washington 5 .Ii43 New York..... 1 .iiSU Ruslon....... iDclrnll........ 10 .474 St. Louis...... 12 .308 fhirago...... 11 .L51 Philadelphia AMERICAN Won .500 .500 I ins Ainft.innr nrni IP fill REGT. 15 ''otir Tennis j of Games Arranged and Made (J00d Record But Re- Umpires Chosen from tin-- various cruiting Avcii Will Have To Be Extended public schools of the city mot and ar- ranged for a. girls' baseball league to Hlairmorc, .May Witli a contin- consist.of tour teams, viz: U'catniin-j Od recruiting territory of about thirty ater. Cuiu'rai. Ualbrailh anil 1'Meel.wooil sjx ru e, schools. "Homo mill tome sanms will making game, lor each sjx mjieK running between IMncher colcman. the UiSncl ball. ai hllvc "The ball to be used is to be -sliislitly I a total of -139 men attested lo date and ..000 Te ball to e use s o e -sisiy a .-112 softer than a new baseball, but yetiare training at tho different bil- retaining its "drive." The bases are ,vilorc tiley are stationed. As "e .feet ran only ejected with and, a Cubs are tied lor nome-iuu with Iwo each. The .333 batters of tho National are: Chase, Cincinnati. .458; Uaubcrt, Brooklyn. .422; McKonry, Cincinnati. Holiertson, Now York, .S7G; Alei- andiir, Philadelpbia, .375; Jna. Smith, Pittsburg, Hincbman, PitlHburg, _. .370; Ycrkes, Chicago. .359: Rarlden, Llinam SATURDAY GAMES Cubs Win in Eighth rlttxburg, May 'won the eighth inning on a pass to Flack and an out at llrsfr. boating J'lttsburK 3 to 1. Tile home team scored a run in tin; fourth inning on singles by Wagner and Kuabe and Yerkea' error. Chicago tied tho score in the fourth on Knabe'u error, Yerkes' sacrifice and Schulte's hit. Now York, .353; llollwitz. Cincinnati, .350; -N'enl Cincinnati. Groh, Cin-, .335; Zimmerman, Chicago, j .335; O. BuniB, New York, .333; Wag- ner, Pittsburg, .333. Cobb on the Cllrnb FHtsburg......... 'Vaughn and Archer; 1 Adams to be lli'.cd. are dillicult to get. especially in til.: 11 is to bo regretted that tho girls f lliatl.lct al.olmli where nileilgo, Jliiy speed of the High school do nol form a I one ls D11SV land, anil the was too much for Chicago batters j league since Ihey have so much good c'on is tlu! high average SATURDAY GAMES Indians Go Into First Place Chicago, May speed vas loo much for Chicago batters when hits would have netted runs and won again from the White Sox to 1. going into iirst place. Hit- ting by Smith. Graney and Wambs- ganss iisured in thf? Cleveland scor i nnlv be expected with such a] 40 feet. Soalding'.s rules for recruiting, men i talent to choose from. Schedule of Games Aliiy at AVcstminster, mnpiie .Mr. Slowart. .May at Cenlral. um- fng.' white the visitors aided Morion j pire Mr. Fleetwood. witli sparkling work in the lield. A I -May at Qalbraith. umpire poor throw b r and three sin- Mr. Brandon-. i consequence is that the high average lot recruiting which took place the I first month, has considerably fallen off. With the, town of Macleod on one side and Fernie on the other, at which places new battailous are in the course of formation, it is it will bo Impossible to get many more men in the district alloteil. It jool innjw ui tuiii om- i more men in LUC in tile ninth gave Chicago its one May at Fleetwood. i js ,lany expected that the military authorities will recognize tlm umpire Mr. Philips. military authorities will recognize tlm I .May at GalbralUl. urn- maue by the 102nd. and j I pire Mr. Bruce. I extend the Game facilities as allowed ,tj, May at Central, j whereby recruiting Giants Lose Another i ollicers can be sent to a larger ileiO New York, ,ay 0.-New York V-t another close game, Boston winning A school of instruction for officers June' Central at Westminster, urn- driven from the slab as well as each. Baker, New York, leads in stolen bases with six. Three-thirty- thi-eo batters in Hie American league are: Dubue, Detroit, .444; Henry, Wash- ington, .409; Cicolte, Chicago, .400; Burns, Delrolt, .375; H. Covoleskie, De- troit, .3C4; Speaker, Cleveland; .855; Cobb, Detroit, .347; ShanlcB, Washing- ton. .345; Smith, Cleveland, .342; Sis- lor, St. Louis, .333; McMullen, Chicago. .333: E. Johnson, St. Louis, .333; Mor- iarity, Chicago .333. netchy and Sniiti Boston.............. 7 12 1 Now York C 11 2 Rudolph and Gowdy; Tcsreatl. Pei- rltl, Anderson and Rariden. A Classy Game Brooklyn, May first np in tho llth inning, knocked a honiu run over the right field fence and Brooklyn defeated Philadelphia 3 to 2. Slayer "was In great form in tho first half of the game, but was reached for throe hits and two runs in the 7th. Afte.- that he was fairly easy to hit. Pfeffer was not effective In the first live innings, but after the fifth took a brace and allowed only one more hit. A large crowd saw a great fielding exhibition by both teams. Philadelphia 2 S 1 Brooklyn 3. 12 1 Mayer and Burns; Pioffer and Me- Carty. "Reds" Bat Doak Hard St. Louis, May hit Doak hard and won 'from St. Louis 7 to 2. Cincinnati got two runs in the second on a base on balls, an out, Beck's wild throw and a single. Four singles notled them two more in the third and a base on halls and doubles by KerTiog and Louden added another two In tho sixth. Their last run was tiie result of a force out and two singles. Schulz pitched a steady game, keeping the hits well scattered. Cincinnati 7 (I 3 St. Louis............ 2 S 1 Schulz and Wiupo; Doak, Williams, and Snyder. tioned have .played on the Calgary Y. _____ ,M. C. A. team. Alberta champions, SUNDAY GAMES which is somewhat of a recommenda-1 Over the Fence tion as to their ability. f fe" 1WI Ik t VI IMhB TEllOPUYWU. A galaxy of basketball stars will be 't soon in action at the Y.M.C.A. :Tues- day evening and the public are Invited to "view the exhibition free of charge. The acquisition of four noted basket- ball players from Calgary by the 61st Battery has led lo a challenge by the soldier boys to the local Y. M. C. A. team. The challenge has been accept- ed and. the game arranged for tomor- row night. It will commence at eight o'clock. The Battery team will consist of Gordon McTeer, Charlie Bryant. Lyle Ironside, Red McTeer and another to Khawkey, who relieved him. Foster pire Mr. Brandow. started for Boslon, but tjuit at the end ,of the fifth with the Yankee? leading.! i 5 to 2. Penuoek. who finished the' game, was extremely effective. New York............ 5 S 0 Boston.............. 4 CeiieilL support, y> (.uw visitors and b3ses on balls by Harper Helmer Benson received a carload of and Ayers proved costly. Manager j buggies the other day and ,3 disposing Griffith was put off the field for them very Quickly. -i------ Farmers are rushing their wheat: Ilo 30 ns th( 1 4 Sjinto market while the price is good I cnls are far 4 6 .Seeding will soon be completed R oj. keep, Bush and around here: discipline. SUNDAY GAMES Swell Pitching The farmers are shipping a car of potatoes to Wiimfpeg. Last week a travelling company gave good concerts on two nights, Thursday and Friday, which were enjoyed by all. Frank Wilson is recovering Erom an attack of pleurisy. per discipline. The Rocky Mountain Cement Co. which iias been Idle for ihe last nine months, is again; ill full "blast, with about 100 men employed and a suffi- cient number of orders in sight to continue running for the whole of the summer. rpile local coal company, the West Mr.- Donnelly's home is quarantined I Cnnaaian collieries, has more orders ir measles. on its hands than it can fill, owing lo n.iii tucji jj Ainlay arrived here scarcitv of labor, a great number defeated St. Louis 2 to 1 today, thus I CamroaB whero he has hMn attending former hands laving enlisted breaking Detroit's losing streak. IJireo and will teach In tho -at a conservhtive estimate, must be ciose to 100, The locals will have a strong team to pit against the soldiers. They will Carey's drive over the right field fence scored the only run of a pitcher's battle, in which he picked from the following: Duns- j of Pittsburg won from La- worth, lifcKillop, Murray, Ltmd, Kane, I Campbell. Don't, miss this game, fast. vender of Chicago today. Score: IPIttsbnrg 1 5 e i Chicago.............. 0 :i r ra BAY ILrMlFJl The High school baseball team have thrown down' the gauntlet to the "Old Timers" team and conclusions have been arranged for on' the Mounted Po- lice pasture Wednesday evening at 6.45. The" following old timers are re- quested to be on deck for the fray; Brandow, Stewart, McArthur, Kenny, Kantlolmer and Wilson; Lavender and Allen. Tough on Toney St. Louis, May Louis defeated Cincinnati 1 to 0 in a pitcher's battle between Ames and Toney here today. Toney allowed only two hita, but they came together and produced the run that lost hiai the game. 4 St. Louis............. 1 3 i Toney, Schneider and Wiugo; Ames and Snyder. Only two games scheduled. Branaow, btewart, weAiinur, Wray, Carhsrry, McBlyea, Dobson, Dr. Oalvin, Evans. Frey, Nicholson. >Sm COAST LEAGUE SATURDAY GAMES If there are any old-time ball tossers overlooked in the above roster they nre requested to show up and get into line. The more the merrier. The "old- timers" reserve the privilege to play an unlimited number of outfielders to Boyd nnd Griffith; Baum and Sepul- .veda. Salt Lake...... 1. chase the long bits. Remember: Wednesday at G.48, Tveather permitting. Pians'are under for establish- ing wireless telephone systems in several cities in "Spain to connect with Spanish vessels and Spanish col- onies in Africa. _ 1916 Indian Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS Cheapest and Best D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 407 5th St. S. Phone 1032 is being held with Capt. Allison Day as commandant, and under the person- al tuition ot Sergt.Major Loftus, while Ihe K.C.O.'s are being instructed by Sorgt. Sampson. The following conslilnle Ibo olTicers so far appointed: LieuLCol. H. E. Lyon. OC.: Senior major, F. A. Bag- ilcy; junior major P. C. Shaw; Adju- hant, C. E. Lancaster; paymaster E. C Cosstick; Quartermaster T. M. Burnett; Caplains, J. W. Verge, G. A. Passmore, R. Hutchlnson, J. Angue Markic. Sliawkey, Cullop and Nuna-1 maker; Foster, Pennoek and Athletics Defeat Senators Lomond. wild at times. Bush held Washington The new Home elevator is Hearing ton, A. C Bueh.n C down to four hits and was given ex-i completion. This is the fourth eleva-1 ci. It B. W cellent support, while errors by the jtorjor Lomond. J; _ ......._ __ It is not known whether iho bat- ing to a deeiBion. Vvashington......... Philadelphia........... Harper, Ayres nnfl Henry Sclmng. Tiger Game Postponed Delrolt, May game postponed; rain. tiilion will be moved to Ramp during the next month, it is, however, cx- will do'so. as the blllet- im satis- Ing pro- iviiv jjuJiiiL Detroit, srny superbly j with men on bases, Harry'Coveleskio f norniai .scuuui of the four hits made off Weilman j 8Chool. came in the two innings that the Tigers scored. Score: St. Louis.......... Detroit On Sunday May 7th Rev. Dalgleish of High River will preach in Lomond Methodist :church. II'1 UUU1L.............. J Weilman and Hartley; CovclesVUo and fitanage. Cleveland Wins Again Chicago, May 7. Cleveland made it four straight from Chicago today when they came from behind and won the final ga-rue of the series 5 to 2. Cleveland 5 ,7 2 Chicago 2 12 1 Comnbe, Mitchell and O'Neill; Fa- ner. Williams and Schalk. Frank .Wilson has resigned as post- pf. Lomond and Abe Parker There is a great likelihood that L. H. Putnam, who has conducted most of the crimir-p.l cases for the last five years in the pass, will soon be seen in khaki, rumor having it that, lie lias been offered a commission with Nothing too big or too small. Rush Orders will receive prompt attention. We have the facili- ties for producing the highest standard of printing art of the day. wouldn't mind if a good shower came j nj------ I will take charge of it. ucvn The wheat is growing' splendidly j the jgjst at Macleod. Should such be these warm days, but the farmers CJlsc the best wishes of his friends wni go with. Mr. Putnam in his new Although not directly connected with this town, but of great interest to a good many of its inhabitants, 7 qi comes the news of another leading in nhigiit in the legal fraternity who will 1U y __.. tha familiar Trhaki. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At St. IndiauaiJOl T urn At n THE HERALD PHONE 1252 CONTINUED jnoa FKOKT PAGE) U scheduled. INTERNATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES S; Montreal 3. At Providence (10 dence 3; Toronto 7. At G; Buffalo At 1; Roches- ter 2. SUNDAY GAMES BallimoreTMay beat Bal- timore in a heavy hitting game today, 12 to S in 11 innings, notwithstanding "ithat Baltimore overcame a five run Land. At Columbus............ 3 Curtis, Blodgett and Pratt; and Mayer. At Louisville Minneapolis...... Pi pe At._____ Kansas City....... Toledo Hall, Klein, Dougan and Hannah; Hess and Whaling. Portland-Los Angeles game post- poned; rain. SUNDAY GAMES Morning game- Salt Lake............ 1 8 1 Vernon.............. 8 i1 Warhop ami Vann; Promme and Spencer. Afternoon game, 11 innings- Salt Lako............ 11 3 Vernon 8 1 Fittery and Hanna; C. Johnson and Whaling. Morning game- Oakland 2 C 1 Sain Martin and Elliott; Brooks. Afternoon Oakland............ San Francisco.........-- Beer, Chahelt, Klawltter anil Grit llth, Elliott; Oldliam, Brown and Se mllveda. Los Angeles-Portland, rain. I lead in-the third inning and forged aheafl in tho fifth. Score: Buffalo..............13 14 2 Baltimore............ S 16 7 Tyson, Bader, Onslow and Cliannelp Knowison, Thormnhlcn and McAvoy. Providonce-Toronto, rain. Nowark-Montreal, rain. Only three games scheduled. gan. lambre, Bailey, Kaiserling and Sres- NORTHERN SATURDAY GAMES 9 3 1 Duiuth............... 7 11 1 Border. Smith and Ericksou; Morse, Handsclier and Vigercst. (i i Fort William.......... 1 5 4 Couch and Virginia............S. 13 16 3 Frantz, Lorenzon. Summers and Ag- TEN THOUSAND BONES TEASE DILLON TO SOX DARCY IN ANTIPODES Milwaukee, Mny cablegram re- ceived today from Sydney. Australia, new; Reiger and Busier. Winnipeg----......... z s a Fargo............... 3 5 Gervais and Moore; Hoot and Smith. SUNDAY GAMES Superior..............10 S -5 Duiuth............- 19 2 Bailey. Balles and Erickson. Samp- son; Morse, Lane and Vigercst. Fort William..........13- 11 5 Vlrgh'la..............H 3 Ii'rantz, Merrill, Grlflln and Agnow; be seen it the familiar khaki, colin MacLeod of the town i of Macleodi it is understood n also accepted a commission with jltbe Wist. When such gentlemen r 11 las these sacrifice a lucrative prac- jtlcc, it is difficult'to conceive why I there should be so many slackers. Michel Rosse. who for the last 10 has been a resident of the town uiiiiiviiio............ vears-has been a resmeiiL or iue tunu inncapolis........... i 8 1 to leave for Great. Falls, Perdue.Mlddleton and Lalonge; Hop-1 ,rterg illls purchased an interest jr and Owens. j jn ot tjle leading hotels j jj Sinclair, the local agent for a'nsas City........ S IB 2 i the Ford cars has disposed of two sledo..............12 10 0 car during the past month, Sanders, Cochrchan, Crutcher. Re- ffith not yet delivered. in, Helming and Berry; Bedient, Col-1 At lcnst twenty members of the ll.n'lot- and rtrP.S- TT.icnna hflvf> nahan. NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES 3 10 4 6 i Bloomlield, Leonard and Murray; Russell .and Cheek. Butle 3 1 Tacoma............... 2 S C Hydarn and Downey; Peterson and Roberts. Seattle Groat Falls............ 05 1 Sclimuti and Cadman; Remncns and Hawortli. SUNDAY GAMES Great Falls 2 Seattle mcai iudges of Free Masons have i joined the 1 including the master I of the Rocky Mountain Lodge No, 86. The epidemic of measles which has heen very prevalent around the town during the last two weeks, seems to be on the increase, and about 12 houses are under quarantine, and the local doctor is working'overtime, in the endeavor to combat the disease. Tt has been a long timo that the town has enjoyed such an era of prosperity as it is doing, at tho pres- ent time, merchants everywhere re- porting big business, HEAR OF ALASKA GOLD STRIKE Seward, Alaska, May Persons ar- riving at. Seldovia from Kamlshak Bay t; 0 the west coast of Cook Inlet, report 1 1 that oldtimers in that region are has- eattle... that omers n Clark and Haworth; Rose and Cad- icning up ..Nushagak. river, lured, by en have located man. Spokane Vancouver I reports that two men have located 5 j along that river "f cold 4 7 the pan. F.ynns.and Murray; Macliold and] But'tc Tacoma t Hendrlx, Honey and Hoffman; Sou- tlierlaml and Roberts. HARCOURT SUCOEEOS BIRRELL ia reported here thai. Lewis Harcpurt, first comniis- coived touflv iron] oyuney. Auniraiin, muiim, mm, subscribed in offer lii Jack Dillon of Bennett and Cronin. 'sionev of w'orka, 'lias Ii6en appointed IndlanapoliH, of to box ten Winnipeg.............11 I to succeed Augustine as. chief S >1 annfotirit Dnrcy twenty rounds at Sydney. 1 I KUl.iiUWll .1 .I Fargo 8 '-3 4 aecretafy for TOMMY BURNS COMING BACK New York, May Burns, the former heavyweight champion, is going to try and come back, and is getting Into shape to tacklo a few of the "white hopes." Tommy wants lo nail Dan "Porky" Flynn first, just to show there is no blnft about him. Ho stales that if lie cannot beat a lot ot theso go-called heavyweights, ho will .i 'then forget that he ever could flght. Major Orown Spoalo Sunday morning Major Ijrown of the 13th O.M.n., was called to tne pul- pit and delivered a short- but eloquent sermon laying particular on the fact that Britain and her. allies were not Bghting for the love of war but rather for tne ever lasting peace of the world. After the. major sat down Elder Roberts rose and feeling- ly eulogized the noble boys in tlie ranks. "If I bad a son and was a citizen of 'this great Dominion and a suhiect of this mighty de- clared he with emphasis, "nothing would please me more than to see him volunteer like a man in defense of his And if he fell with his comrades there would be ever- lasting comfort iu knowniug that he died a brave and .worthy son doing his duty. And don't be sacrifices of blood must be made to establish any great principle. Anslo- Saxon liberty was only secured by the best blood of past generations, and it will be tiius with respect to the future world movement for the common good." Apostle Clawson submitted some it- .nminating statistics Sunday showing the material growth of the church. In the last, fourteen years this cnurch with a membership of barely men, women and children, has expend- ed on schools, missions, temples, char- ity etc., besides clearing off some old indebtedness.' The only important change in the heads of the stake auxiliary boards was the presidency of the Young Lad- ies', Mutual. Improvement association. Mrs. Pansy Gordon, who tor many years has very successfully acled as stake president, handed in her nation on account of ill health. It was accepted and Mrs.' Weed was appointed in her stead. Mrs. Weed chose Mrs. Devoe her first counsellor and will chose her tecond ill the near future.' The music was n pleasing feature of tho conference as usual.- O. B. Strong was the conductor and Mr. Mitchell presided at the organ. Persons with blue eyes rarely are afflicted with, color blindness. TO SUCCEED NATHAN London, May Robert C'n'altiV ers, who has beeu governor of. Ceylon, sinoe 1913, has been appointed to suc- ceed Sir Matthew Nathan as under- secretary for Ireland. Sir Matthew re- signed simultaneously with Augustine Birral, chief secretary for Ireland, who relinquished his post last week, shortly after it appeared that the Irish uprising was well under control. WOMAN WEAK, DIZZY, NERVOUS Health by Lydia E. Pinkham'. Vegetable Compound. Jamaica, N. I suffered greatly with ray head and with backache, was weak, dizzy; ner- vous, with hot flashes and feltvery as I was Irregular for two years. One day when I was feeling unusually bad my sister-in-law came in and said, 4I .wish you would try Lydia E. Pmkham's Compound-! So ,1 began taUnK it and I am now in good health and am cured. I took the Com- pound three times a day after meals; and on retiring at night I always keep a bottle in the L. N. BtiRNHAM, SSGlobe Ave., Jamaica, N.Y. Women who recover their health urtlly tell others what helped them. Some write and allow their names and photographs to be published with testi- monials. Many more tell their frrendl. If yon need a mcdfcine for TToi men's Ailments, try Lydta E. Plnkbaiii'sVegctableCompooBd. Wtite E. Plnkhwn Medi- cine Co. (confidential) for any- yon need to kaow' about these ;