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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THUMSDAY. MAY 18, Hi THE LETMBrilDGR OAILY 1 KHALI) PAGE THREE CUARAKTCED BICYCLES SCHOOI, Kitlit enjoy the trip UinucUroi school on n Cleveland" Cycling llenUll Imikci [or cfficleucr.In NATIONAL Won 13 13 Hoys'or girls'likMk'l Men's or I.adicji' C.C..M da in Cffnadu by Canada Cycle Motor Company, LlmlttS. Toronto.'', Ilrooklyll hlladcip St. Louis FOH 'SALE' BY D..-E. lylACDONALD, GUNSMITH 407 5th St., S. Phone 1032 Two Home-Run, Clouts Chicago, May runs In he third by Williams and bchuite ml today's game beyond reaoli of Jroolilyn, and Chicago won 7 to 2. Brooklyn..........' 2 10 1 jhlcago '1 RAGE IN il LEAGUES Eastern End of American, and National League Circuits Superior So Far New Ural intcr- sectional clash-'of the IMG season in the'-National leagues iderson and Rarlden, Dooin; Doak Meadows, Steele and Snyder, Brottem. Philadelphia at Pittsburg, cold wea- ther. resulted 111 favor ot the eastern clubs. Eastern teains last won 20 games from the west and lost 15 to tllC'.n. In the National League the east won-nine and the west six; in the American the east won eleven and the west nine. There were no changes of 'import- ance in the lengiio standings during week. Cleveland, and Washing- ton continued their winning gait in tlie American League. Brooklyn and lloston. tho National League leaders, did not do' so but managed lo retain their places. Giants Coming to Front The teiiture. of the week in the National Leas'-ie was the winning streak of the New- York Giants. The Giants bad won only two games up to the time of their invasion of the west. The Hitching of "JlcD raw's corps was better and the fielding improved, tat the batting, of Robertson and Doyle -was the biggest factor in the four victories from the Pirates. Brooklyn lost .two, or. its four games by one.-.run, and one. of them after lii innings. Tlie batting of Robin- son's men svas.nit as. timely as pre- viously. Boston kept up its good work, due to sonus steady work on tile mound and opportune bitting. The heavy hitting of Zimmerman and Willianls was'.' the uoint of Cliifigoi p aj rnllavlelpl faltered in the field and failed to im- prove itb standint Ihe champions of daikness to have lost their SCOI.I.E A Browns Beat Athletics Philadelphia. May Louia hit Philadelphia's pitchers hard in olid inning today and won 7 to 4. .Daveif port kept the home team's hits scat- tered. except in the sixth. St. Louis I'tofter, Appleton, Mails and Miller; Packard and Archer. Toney Easy Picking Cincinnati, May bit To- icy bard in the initial Inning today, ind when lliey meet bis curves with deadly effect'.in the sec- ond be retired from the mound, Bos- ton eventually winning 7 'to 1. Boston.............' 7 Cincinnati............ 1 4 2 Hughes and Gowdy; Toney, Dale and Wingo. Giants Playing Ball St. Louis. Hay pounding Meadows and Steele for six raitra base hits in the third and fourth inning. slealiiig bases at will on Snyder, and taking advantage of St. Louis errors, New York beat the locals 9 to 2. New York......... 3. St. Louis Philadelphia 11 0 1" 3 Davenport and Hartley; Crowell, Shceluin, Brcssler and Schang. Detroit Loses Again Washington, May Washington won its fourth straight game from Do1 troit today, ti to 4. HALF the comfort of a shirt is in the neckband. Isn't it strange then that men will go on struggling with shirts that pinch and bind at the. heck when they might have ease and all the other things that go a good shirt by simply asking for -shirts bearing the SHIRTS The secret is in neckband. The Williims, Greene tc Rome Co., Limited of Vine Collar, Detroit 4 12 2 Washington 8 II i Dubuc, James and Stallage; UarpOr, Ayres and Henry. Chicago at Boston, rain. Cleveland at New York, rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville............ 2 7 (I. Kansas City........... 4 10 1 Monlen iind Willinms; Sunders and Berry. 10 1 4 2 Toledo Kniserling and Sweeney: Douglas and Land. Indianapolis .Milwaukee Aliiridgo, Kogge and Gossett; Slap- llicka and .Mayer. Columbus at Minneapolis, wet NORTHERN Dulllth Winnipeg I Lane and Baseball Match oh Mounted Ryan; lice Grounds Last Night., Ended 9 to 4 They.jutted to do It, those.Old Tim- ers, biit for the sake of, their ancient reputations it was necessary, and the High School nine went down to detent by a score of 9 to 4 in tlie second set- to'of the season between these two baseball brigades onMhe Mounted Po- lice grounds. The game went five and a half innings and was called by Um- pire Downing at that pro- son. Fargo povvei Cincinnati bbowid a coin plcte iciusul of the mxviolls weeks form N7ew York and, St.; Louis each won four games and'lost .'one. The Giants and tlie Cirdimls braced in all de partments. Anderson, the former Federal star with tlie Giants held Pittsburg'to .three lifts. Matlievvson ilso pitched bettei on Ins second ap pearanct New Major League Record In the American .League Philadcl- phli md Detroit m their -eiieh at Flulidelphii gave an unus lal txbib ition of baseball. One one occasion three. Athletic pitchers :Llld two Tiger gave-.It. tola! of 30. bases on lialls.ia new major league record. The previous record was 2-1 in one game. During-the series. 85 bases on balls were given Cleveland not: crumple before the eastern teams. -The Indians broke even iwith. the Hcd Sox and took one game from the Yankees. Cleveland had won eight straight .games when defeated by the start of last week. The iiittlnpof Speaker was a big help to (hi- Indians, W aslitniton recovered .front -its losing streak and won 'four-straight- games the latter part of tlie week Three Victories'for Yankees Good pitching.-.alone gave New York its three victories Mogridte a new comer, -held'-'Boston to three hits Monday and held Ohicigo to two hits Friday.- Jue other vic- tory bj allowing Chicagu hits Thursday, .Detroit., and Philadelphia improved on the prev lollS week fa work The Maekmen 'moved" o.ut of last place Saturday by defeating St. Louis, the Browns taking the. cellar position. Pitcher Myers of the Athletics was credited with the three victories for his -team.; 'Boston broke even on the week while Chicigo and St Louis dis playdd a few siyis of improvement Five runs in the second inning when the Old Timers' ball thither and .yoli, sealed the High School boys' doom Brandow Wray, MpArthur, Frey and Stewart scampered over tlie plate in that eventful session. Before Tim- ers went to bat on this occasion the High School led, three to nil. The High School secured .these, three tal- m tlle seroml too when What more refresh- ing message of Good Cheer to those Over- seas than a box of ADAMS' TUTTIFRUTT1 GUM in -the new style packages Twenty packages of thirst- allaying Tutti Frutti. A welcome boon to a soldier friend.. Each stick separately wrapped in wax paper and tin foil Opens up ai fresh and full flavored as it left the Any of five mellow flavors to choose from. Ask your dealer. ORIGINATORS Millird Tlobison made s coikinkt drive to deep centre, sending ill Bro- die and McKillop ahead of him and making the circuit the bases with out trouble himself. It was the big hit of. the game. Noble scored foi tbe school nine in the last inning and that ended the High School.scoring Wray. Nicholson and .McArthtir scored for the Old Timers fifth inning and brought the total up to nine. In this inning, vvlien the High School was at bat, the stratsgem of Pitcher K. P. Stewart was a. notable feature of the game.- With two men on bases and two out Dunsworth. the heavy slugger of the Higl bchool came to bat. Did Dunswortb.llit the ball? No chance! The wily Old Tim- ers' slab artist deliberately- Dunsworth in order to pick off the succeeding batsman who was mfenoi to Dunsworth in swatting ability Dunsworth's successor .at, bat looked like easy picking and this led Geoige McKillop occupying third to hazaid a steal home. He attempted to nego- tiate the distance, f hut the attempt proved fatal. He down be- tween the bases and the side was Superior...... I 2 Uentou 3 7 and Griffin and Agnew; Sims and Erick- PRISONERS-OF-WAR FUND NOTES ANNOUNCEMENT! are now prepared to do All Kinds of Auto Repairing and Battery Work BAALIM MOTOR CO., LTD. BEHIND UNION BANK PHONE 1621 THIRD AVENUE S. Anotlifil' shipment of food and com- forts for prisoners of war in Germany will ba packod on Friday and the committee wish to remind the public ibat donations will be most gratefully received and acknowledged in a later issue of the Herald. It is hoped that the number of pjir- cels and' the contents pent can be regularly increased, but tins can only be accomplished by tlio continued in- terest and support of everyone. It is surely an easy Vvuy to help to add j to one's daily grocery Hat .1 small i order that vvould help to cheer some! prisoner in Germany and one in which nil can help. The following is a list of tlie articles wlllcjl arc particularly required for tile next shipment: rais- ins, curry powder, soap, pepper, con- densed milk, cigarettes, small pads ot writing paper, pencils, toothpaste, tooth 'brushes, towels, playing cards j and tobacco. Donations of this kind to bo sont to Mrs. G. W. Robinson, Stll street, money to Mrs. J. N'. avenue. Since this work haa been taken up the committee, .have had many en-j quiries as: to whether the parcels do, indeed reach tlie prisoners in Oar- j 0 many. Sevgt. Wells, returned prls- 2 !1 oner of war, told ..us.. when lie lee- and. NORTHWESTERN Seattle.............. Vancouver............ 4 10 2 Rose and Ctulman; Oallahan and Cheek. Great Falls 7 2 Spokane........... 4 8 Clark and Shea; Bloomfjeld, Brown- ing'and Murray. Tacoma.............. 9 1- Butte...............12 24 4 Peterson. Tafford, Leonard and Ro- berts; Meiltle: and Hoffman. COAST LEAGUE Oakland .....'V........ 7 Pi-dugh and Griffith; AiTelaiies, luinn and Whaling, Spencer. Portland...........'.. 12 IS ;l Salt Lake 10 16 Houck, Higginbotham and Fisher; Warhop, Chabek and Hannah. Los Angeles 5 8 3 San Francisco......... C '13 '0 Slandridge, Hogg and Bassler; Steen, Fanning, Oldham and Sepul- veda. INTERNATIONAL Toronto...... ieh and Schwert 3 6 Shocker 5 0 9 1 tnd Other games postponed, ipm ind wet grounds. retired. Many Spectators The game was witnessed: by 'a large crowd of people, who cheered with ng-.t Canadian Red Cross Bulletin add further-confirmation to. his words. "The 'arrival of news and parcels has started a new era in our existence. Yo.ur parcel arrived in splendid con- dition and absolutely intact. 1 thank you with all my heaj't for it." "We beg to acknowledge the" re- ceipt of one parcel on 15th instl We :ask. you- to', kindly, accept our very best thanks for your great consideration for us during onr cap- tivity in tliis country." Any one who wouhi like to write regularly to' ii prisoner com- municate with lire. Norman Rit- chie, 1302 Fourth avenue south, and receive addiess and, particulars. The following is a translation from a French paper which' speaks for it- self.'' "And now .will no one come to the assistance in a 'simple .manner of our poor Russians who are literally dying of'hunger? Here" is what M. Dnbarle -of Grenoble lias recommend- ed to. me-and. what lie calls the 'work of, the crumb.' Ho lias tested its happy .result by sending parcels which these. unfortunates have welcomed with transports of delight. Here it 'that Is required' is to keep all pieces of bread that are left from tlie table.. The.se.must.be fried bard for a long time and dried in a. warm oven Then can they be crushed when they forai a kind of 'rasping' or bread which dissolved in water make nour- ishing appetizing soup. This is a good deed" which costs hardly any trouble j and the efficacy of which may be in- calculable Among these suggestions fu rooming f The teams lined up AS High Rohison Dobson, Dunsworth, Noble, Dunham Skelth, Brodle. and1 Old Kenns Oalli van Diandow Wra> Nlchdluon Me i Arthur Stewait Long Cprberry, and McElyea, official notice of this has been made, but in" view' of conditions across the Adec, of Ihe United States N. L. TV A will issue notice to this effect within a week or so. KILTIES AND S.O.E. PLAY CARPETBALL FRIDAY NIGHT This Kilties will play a game of car: petbal! with- the S.O.E. tomorrow evening in the main building it the Barracks, commencing at 6.80 sharp. TRIGGER AND TRAP Shooters are reminded of the prac- tice at: the 'traps this ening imme dlatoly. after supper, ft JOHNNY DUNDEE BEAT MAT WELLS Bostom" May 17.T-.Tohiiny Dundee of New loik wni fciven the decision In a 12 round bout with Mat 4' Higlani tonight Hi men are lightwelgiils. A 4. COLLARspring style JOU entei Strips of tickets v, ire to bu printed and the prob I tablsT-rate will bo three cents :Such a scheme has worked successfully at the young men's club In billiards and-of- ficials believe that It will solve J. tennis pioblem also No player will be permitted to plav more than three sets in succession. PARTY LEADERS HAVE HOT DISPUTE IN B. C. LEGISLATURE Aiuona BC, Mav Van- election frauds session this moiniug wound UD in an acrimonious argument Brewster and the Consen itive members of the com- uiittee as to the bringing of turther testimony before the bodv prior.to the dissolution of the house Mi Brewster charged that the committee jfter producing evidence from sham witnebses from Seattle v as now tak ins up the time calling unimportant witnesses Irom Vancomer and there would be no opportunitj for the Lib erals" to present- their. case. The Conservative members retort- ed that Mr. Brewster could call wit- nesses any time lie liked. .The trouble was, they claimed, that he wanted'to have all the witnesses whose testi- mony faired the Conservative side of the case..called first, and then, he -ould provide a rebuttal and there would be no opportunity for the gov- ernment forces to retaliate. m 'FORTHEJL KIDNEYS How They Cure ,'LKSsisvti.LE, UUK. M suffcfed from Kidney Trouble for scvuffll years, and tried numerous remediei and doL-tor 1 dtciilfd to try Gin Pills On Mitjle pill me great relief I liave on four hoxcs nfGm tills anJ find myself cured; So more bad in eyes cn'o mTP strength ind This is what Urn Pills have tlonc for me .U.'POWIS HERBERT. Your dnifftrists Sells Gin Pills .soc. a box or six ooxe Write for free sump c to National Dnpir Chemical Co. of Canada. Limiled. Toronto. GREAT JOY REIGNS IN TnE SOX Boston Mdy Walsh former star pitcher Is here with the White Sox and It was said today that he would be giVen another chance to test his arm whkh has been out of com mission most ot the time for three it was not announced -fthen nould make this attempt but the chances are that he will be an nounced as hurlei for the the lattei of the week, when the team gets to Philadelphia to play the reconstructed Mucks LOBERT REJOINS THE OIANT8 New Ydrk May Baseman Hans Lobert has rejoined the Giants and probably will make the trip with them, though lie stlll'wmlks cane and it be some time before he is able set-In l Introduce Yourself To Our Soda Do not wait till the days get hot enough to melt'you and you are nearly famished with a Ijig thirst, but come in today, and get ac- quainted with our T _ A a. DELICIOUS DRINKS You are sure to be satisfied and you will al- ways know where theije is one cool spot 'dur- ing the coming summer days. Jackson Co. DISPENSING AUBERTA NBWS 1 Coaldale, May regular meeting of the Eastern Star was nela Monday evening. Mrs. (Col) Arm- strong, drai-d Matron, the guest of honor, and about 20 mem- bers ot the LethbrldKe were In attendance. Much credit Ii due Mm. C. S. Crest, Worthy Matron, for a splendid evening Mn. Martin ac- companied Mrs. Arnntroni on of- flcltl visits to ana Plnclier Creek. Mr, and Mrs. Duncan' Me Arthur ot Anamoose, N. D, are visiting'Mr, Mrs. Dan McArthnr; P. Johnson has iron tbe Lethorldge hmpltal where was con1- flned for a fewv davs with a broken bone In Ms band. Mrs. J. Jones, of Letnbridie, spent TtiMday with Mn. W. BUY LAND Berlin, via' London, May 17 real estate holdings In tbe vicin- ity of Munich; Bavaria, hate been se cured by the Krupp works LETH1RIDGE PEOPLE OET'INSTANT ACTION' -Thoie who have used It in Leth-> bridge are 'astonished at the IN-, STANT action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc, aa mUedJn Adlerlka Because it acts on BOTH. lower and upper bowel, ONE TEA-, SPOONFUL most ANY CASE lour ttomach or gas It iul> prising foul that a ioftt; often relieve ot prevent anwadiottii. A short treatment heln ehrMtfc aoh trouble D Hbtlnbotbim Co, ;