Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
rilE LETHBKIDGI'J DAILY IIISHALU PAGE THREE Starched and light weight A NOVELTY IN T O 0KB COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting- 'in Canadi TOOKE BROS..-LIMITEC MONTREAL j Hrov'lilyn I New York Philadelphia Cincinnati Chicago j Boston I Pittsburg St. l.ouis Lost 12 H 111 32 IS 32 ,32 AW .50" .435 AMERICAN Won Washington Cleveland New York ilos'ton 20 Chicago........ 17 Detroit......... 3" Philadelphia 14 St. l.ouls H Lost 14 15 18 20 22 An Even Break j Detroit, May anil I Mil- eo divided a doiiblphcader hero to i AVENGES j for Umpire j Philadelphia, May losing thc> morning ennie r, to 1 and having j their winning streak of 17 straight j s' 1 broken. New York (his. afternoon J> t iiurned the tables and detailed tho I UeN-oil a I' team 10 to 2. Tlio viEitora drove i Scott, ttllhams, IlusBcIl and bchalli; Alexander olt the rubber- hi., seven (Hamilton and Stance. s imiiiiKs. During the afternoon i Uiicago 5 If- i Inland, DausS Piisltert was banished .for hitting Hit: Eroni the tropical tree to perfect package no pains spared to make it clean and keep it'so protect its purity and wholesomeness, for you. Buy no other get NATIONAL LEAGUE Julie Daubert, of Brooklyn leads tho batters oC the National league with .SOU. Carey of with 13 thefts, is still in. front in stolen bases. Zimmerman. .Chicago, leads In total bases with 74 and in runs scored with Williams o[ Chicago is ahead in home runs with "six. With four regulars, doing better than .300, New York leads" the league in club batting with .269. Leading batters in the National league are: Daubert, Brooklyn, .3U3; Robertson. Now York. 1551; Zimmerman, Chicago, .3-16; Kchulte, Kariden, York, Chase, Cincinnati. ,325; Conzales, St. Louis, .317r E. Burns, Philadelphia, .317; Hinchman, Pittsburg, .31.fi; Doyle. New York, .311; Cravath, .806; Wagner, .303; Paskart.. Philadelphia .302; G. Burns, New York, .301. ItunkHd according to games won and with average earned runs per game made off them .appended, the 10 leading pitchers ot the National league who have taken yart- in six or more games are: Earned Runs per won lost same won, lout, game .3 0 0 2JC i 1.25 1 .1.-13 2 1.88 '1 1.95 Stanage, Baker. umpire's broom with his bat.; Spectators threw pop bottles Jtnd; Hughes, Boston Benton, New York Alexander, Philadelphia PfefEer, Brooklyn Mamaux.. Pittsburg Perritt, New York Tesreau, Xew York Brooklyn. Vaughn, Chicago 5.04 2 37 AMERICAN LEAGUE Individual playing of two Cleveland stirs Ins aiid 'ohn Graney kccording to tho latest averages has contributed in no small way to the success of the Indians. Speaker leads the batters of the American league with, a, percentage .of. .361-and has scored 'more runs 'than any other play er, having crossed the plate 25 Graney leads the-league in home runs with four and in total 'liases with 64. Slsler of St. Louis has caught up with Judge of Washington, in stolen bases each being credited with 10. Wash- One Apiece New York. May Phillies j cushions at and after the' and Yankees broke even on today's close of tho game the. umpire was es-j double-header. corted off the lield by policemen. j Philadelphia.......... 2 7 S New York............ 7 .5 Z One Apiece Crowell and Myers, .Murphy; Fisher Brooklyn, May got Nunamaker. even break with Boston today by- win- ning the afternoon game in -a sensa- tional pitchers' battle, 1 to 0. The fray was won in the seventh inning when Cutshaw singled, took second oh Olson's sacrifice and scored the only run ot the game on Chief Meyers' timely hit. Divide Day's Games, Too Chicago, May .and St. Louis divided honors. In the holiday games today. After falling 3 to 0 for Urn left handed offerings of Sullee in j the morning, the Cubs solved the t pitching ot Steele, another southpaw, in the afternoon, and uldO pounded j Philadelphia ___........ 1 '5 Ol New York 0 4 J j Meyers and Meyer; Shawkey, Love and Walters. Senators Drop Two Boston, May Red Sox Look both games from Washington today. Washington 3 14 1 Boston.............. 4 11 0 I Rice. Ayers, Harper. Dumorit and j Henry; Foster, Shore and Cady, Tho- mas. Washington 2 7 1! Boston ?j "9 I Goehliug, Dumont, Ayers and Hen- ry; Leonard and Cady, Gharrity. Jasper, winning 5 to 1. Pirates Beat Reds Pittsburg, May. lated Cincinnati by a score of 9 to Free hitting and misplflys contributed three runs to each side in the ninth inning. The morning gamp was post- poned on account of fain. Browns Win St. Louis, home leiiiii I took the first game 5 to The sec- ond game was called on account of j darkness with the score 1 INTERNATIONAL First game- Montreal............. 13 Buffalo........., 12 Fullerton and Wells; Tyson, Cooper, Bader and Haley. Second Montreal......... 4 10 ,1 Buffalo ,5 15 2 Cadore and Howley, Wells; Gaw Onslow, Haley. First 5-13 1 Newark U to 1. Second game (called, Cleveland 1 5 1 St. Louis 1 Ft 0 Bagby and Billings; Baumgartner, Park ainl Severoid, Hartley. Sherman and McAvoy; Smallwooti, Gittings and Egari. Second Baltimore......... 0 S 4 Newark.............." S 11 1 Tipple, Thormahlen and McAvoy Schaufele; Pieh and Schwcrt. Fir.st innton leads the league n team hit 'Richmond ting with .258. '-Tlie.'.300 hitters of the (Providence Richmond Providence Jarnian and O'Donnell elle. Second 0. 4 S 12 0 Peters and 1 U league counting only .those who have plajeil in at least Mie games of their, teaiins, are: Speaker Jbi Nuiumakei New York, Milan. Washington. .342: Strunk. Philadelphia, 342; Burns Detroit' .333; Roth, Cleveland, 328; Hoblitzel, Boston. .320; Cobu, Detroit, .313- E.' Johnson, St. 'Louis, .308; .30t Tho ten leading pitchers of the American league' including those who have pitched in six or more games, and ranked' according; to won and lost "with percentages of earned runs made off them, are Earned Runs per won, lost, game Rhoades and Schultz and Blackburn. Toronto-Rochester (first game) rain. Second Toronto 3 2 12 2 McTigue Kir- mayer and. Hale. Coumbe, Cleveland Cullop New York Moiton Cleveland Johnson, Washington Shawkey New York Leonard, Boston Philadelphia Ruth Fisher, New York -1.88 4.04 0.81 STECHER TURNS DOWN OFFER Efforts to Bring Gotch and Nebraskan Together in Title Match Prove Fruitless Chicago, May 29. Joe Stechcr, Ne- braskan wrestling phenom, was a holdout today for a larger purse to meet Frank Gotch, world's wrestling champion. Efforts to match tho two fell through yesterday when represen tativea of the two met. Tom Jones. acting for offered to meiJi, Steelier for a guarantee of 40 per cent but the offer was turned down bj Stecher's manager. Jess Willard, the champion heav> weight prize fighter, left- today for Peoria, III..- where ho rejoins Gotch and the circus both, are. traveling with. 'Gotch is in swell said Willard. It slacks the thirst, steadies soothes and refreshes. A delicious aid to appetite and digestion. constant friend to the teeth. After every meal. Write for free copy of "Wrigley's Mother quaint Spearman booklet for kiddies and grown-ups. JR. GO., LTD. Wrsgley Bldg., Toronto lashing'the tropical Sapodilla tree to Set the sap that makes the chicle for WR3GLEYS MADE IN CANADA C-35 The Perfect Gum Perfect Package CALGARY MAY HAVE A SPORTSMEN'S BATTALION AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Morning Games' Louisville 1 o 1' Indianapolis 8 0 j' Perdue Luque and Lalonge Ilaw son and Schang. Calgary, May a meeting of the executive of the Calgary Sports: men's Patriotic Association held here tonight, it was decided to aek for the authorization of a sportsmen's, battaU ion in Calgary. If three hundred men can be found within a week who will agree to sign on the battalion, it will j authorized. Sf' not, th.e Spbrtr men's Association .will cast in its lot; lftlfflENHlNM FKOKT General Hughes -next referred to Col. Allison as the best man he knew OL to get'information he required from the United 'States, and he was the grea'tesf'sefvice to him and had effect- ed the saving of large sums of money share in the commission agreed to by Cad well. Bassick and Yoakum until after Mr. Kyte's speech, f had piioiie. He had told him to "see Bert- ram and scratch gravel." He never interfered as to prices and did that reason" to suspect such a relationship, ibecause he knew that the prices Lieing and I had been'aware of it, it would not have affected my.action, After showing the status of the com- panies and their affiliation and deny nig the allegation of their being in any way Gen. Hughes said that the two contracts were given to the United States linn only. be- cause the most difficult part of the work could not be done in Canada as vpeditiously as necessary. The other parts of the were made in Canada. The general next quo.ted Mr. Rich- en's letter aa to the, big development there tie use of basir steel in with the 191st Battalion, headquarters jlieve. that: the reduction of the Harris 1 to the .entry of 'General When fuses were required the gen- which had followed the shell commit- he was'advised that the price work, not only in placing at work demanded' was between 'office referred to this figure as. "very high; indeed." He had com- municated with Colonel Allison and asked him to try and get-a better of- fer.-'-it was through1 Colonel Aliison that the -Messrs. Bassick and Yoakum combination was formed. 1 have always believed and still be- at Macleod. of which Lieut.-Coi W C price to Bryan is the commander. asked were too high. .General Hughes' declared that he had nnver directly or indirectly In- fluenced the direction of shell con- tracts to certain manufacturers, al-. though hundreds and thoustands of j them had come to him. He. had no blacklist.' He -would, not ..even Black- list Carvel. General Bertram had told him one day that Sir. Wilfrid-.Laurier had brought a contractor to him, and he said: '7 hope you gave him a con- tract. General.Bertram said: Referring to his first relations with WISCONSIN BREAKS AWAV truth in "the assertion "that' through 'the influence of Colonel. Allison with to Minneapolis S 3 1 St. Paul 4 10 o Cushion and Owena; Leifield and Glenn, Land. Toledo at Columbus, postponed; wet Milwaukee, ,Wi consin Boxing May The Wl? Commission, broke away from a working agreement i with the New York Boxing Commit" these men as Hughes said 'I had lib .knowledge of the relation- shin between oakum and Allison, of me the committee was induced the interest of Allison In. any e'ommis-] make the contracts- referred to. sion to be eained by Yoakura, of the know only-in a general .way of the payment to Allison In "ioakum of a jiiegotntionb with the Ijriited States companies for tines and heard 320 firms, but in refining lead zinc and miking explosives Besides j "for" transhipment to old country. This was by arrange- ment with the customs department. Later Allison suggested that there was no reason why the shipments -should not he made direct from New-York, This was done at a great.saying Sp-'aking of the opposition met by Aliison in New York, General Hughea declared that "a ring of BiititfB agents in New York had set to work to de fame everybody; who" would not deal with them." Some of the trash which emanated from Sir Courtney Ben- nett's hirelings was brought here to- day Q TT i ii. saiQ tug uBiim. HIM Allifaou General Hughes said that the> j d that smce tiie beginning of the haa ueen instrumental in shipping} large quantities of goods-'over the' making shells. This was an entirely new departure General Hughes said he had perfect confidence in the committee and made no attempt to supervise, or revise its .his time being fully occu pied with, the enlistment, equipment and transport of troops. 'There is not the slightest shade of grounds. Afternoon Games Toledo 1-4 I Columbus :i 9. 10 0 Bedient, 'Adams and Sweeny, De- voght; Blodgett and Cqleman. Louisville S S Indianapolis 4 4 Northrop, James and Lalonge; dridgc ancTGossett. St Paul 4 Minneapolis, 10 Finneran. Upham, Yingling and Owens. Milwaukee 0 b 3 Kansas Citj 10 1 j Comstock, Faeth and Mayer; San- ders, Henning Berry, Haryraves. this action was taken following the lUusal of the NCTV York bodv to oh the mling made recently utieie I bj Freddie Welsh lightweight cham i plon, was suspended for four months i from taking part in contests in Wis- 1) consin Tor delaying the contest with i Ever Hammer, NORTHWESTERN First Seattle-2. 10; -Seattle 9. Tacoma-Spokane (first game) rain. 0; Spokane 11. First ft, Great Falls 3 1 Great Kalis J COAST LEAGUE Fli st. Francisco h Oak land 1 Second Francisco 5; Oakland 6 First 13; Salt Lake Second 13, Salt Lake 10. First 2; Los An- geles G. Second 5; Los Ah- geles 2. II TORONTO TROTS CANCELLED Toronto.. May Neither the Duf- ferin 'Driving club nor the Toronto Driving club (Hillcrpst) will hold trotting meets today, owing to the lack of entries in the different classes. There is apparently a lack of trotting material. The Dufferin meet was to have been held this week and the rac- ing at Hillcrest was -down rorvnqxt week nf the Edwards Valvo Company till October. f In conclusion Sir Sam quoted Barou Thomas' press iuterview, strongly 'commending the "shell." arid referred to the fact that the manu- facturing.-.members had been put on. AFTER SIX YEARS OF SUFFERING _ _ _ ___ -_ (i, aiiuuidi uuiuiuivhuc >w- Woman Made Well bv Lvdia ind other ni-odijction m Canada and F. 'mentioned ftie kpigHtms of Sir Alex special Ctee to" report on steel Pinkham's _ Compound. hadalmos' ________...... knigHtu.u [Bertram aim recognition Col Carnegie's salary by, an increase from WILSON 1 THE LOSS OF A MAN Washington 30 answei to a icsponse to a request President Wilson- today sent this telegram to a Paul "Along with the great majority of: my fellow countrjmen I recognize in the death of- James J Hill the Joss of a man v, lid" Has-been extraordinarily useful in the economic development of the country. ;He bf- OLDFIELD SHATTERS RECORD I had been sick ior six years with U female troubles and had a pain in my right 'side and could not feat any thing, with- out hurting my [stomach I eouid t not dnnk cold water at all nor eat any kind of raw fruit, chicken From 178 pounds I went to to and a presentation longed to a generation of builders to istgnen bj the British government the countn es a real debt Imluuapolis Ind Oilfield smashed the Ian record of the i hidianalppUs motor speedway 'when j he circled two and one half mile T v t. p tormei record of I 30 t J aa made, by I est an" not Oeorges Bolllot In 1914 my stomach I have taken the i medicine ever since and I feel like a CAMPI TRIMS SHUBERT new woman I now weigh 127 pounds Miv Cam The examination of-Gen: Hughes by Mr. Hellimith- followed to H considef- uble extent'the Hues of his written statemeut. the minister of militia re- that Allison had given him assistance in pulling down the quota- UOHS foi fuses in New York He did 'not 1 now when the contracts were let tint one third 01 the ordci foi i gi fuse He li id signed the tnrt is representing tho British gov crnment without reading it over He j Mr Hellmnth said he doubiui if I General Hughes hive left that i rpsponsibihU to me lawyei Nor Influence Genoial Hjighes said he had cussed the .question' of fuses with Lloyd Harris in Colonel Allison's room in New York. Lloyd Harris said he wanted Sir Sam's influence to secure npi you can see what it has done for mo 'a share of a twelve million Russian of San Iranclsco outfought Al Shu already My husband says he knoss shell order He had told Harris to hert of Bedford Mass, in a ten yonr nwdicme has saved my life I Ifc'ht shy of Russian orders, 1 round boiil in Brookhn Campi weigh Mrs J S BARLOW, 1624 South 4th St, I thpv shln >0" m 'he ed I'D pounds aid Siiubert 122 Columbus Ohio and to attention to CONELL ATHLITE6 WIN Detiolt Ma> purchase of .Ichc: Ua I Hamilton of the St I. Canlbridgo, JLouls Detroit, .was an Junlveiijitj again uon, ytf champion i.iouneet! b> Manarar TonniliL3 todaj i ship of the IntercolteKlato association of Amateur Atliletes of Aroeiica Ted ADA HAD CASH MeVedith of Pennsylvinln running Now Rohan ia 47--2-C and tho half ralle'ln oae (npteil. actress, .who died 'In'-Janoti? mlnut? iiv sssotula, [left nn estate of ,i Harris had thanked him and said and herbs needed to restore heilth and M] out wlth m strength to the weakened organs of the I ohan not forget you He added that bod> That is why Mrs Barlow, was when Harrii stated chrome so completely evidence that ho hart first It pays for women suffering from any .ueaid about fuses from some Germ-in female ailments to insist upon having in Philadelphia Lydla E. Flnkham'i WgcUfcle Com- Sir Sam said he had talked with of gratitude and that generation stood -.mong" the "most foremost flgares' WasHingCon, May.. in the house-, galleries made an unus- ual. demonstration "today during ".the. dbbate on the-naval bill when Repre- sentative Parr', Republican member ot the liaval fieclared itor the largest building program yet SUE-, gested Prom secret sources Representative said the navy department. had war, England, had placed on the seas enough ships to make a.navy as large. the entire tonnage of United: States on the seal With a protest against a larger pro- gram- than that offered, by the. major- ity of the naval committee, Demo. cratic Leader Kitchin cloood all gen. eral debate, oil the bill .and., debate; beguu under the five minute rule l which will continue until Friday 1 noon U S INTERESTED IN DAYLIGHT SAVING "J New York Vay A campaign m J support of the Borland bill now-.be fore congress to set the natioi's clocks ahead an hour was here last night by fifteen representa uves of lihor organizations, mer chants associations and icity ments at a meeting called by Borough President Marks New York was declared would save a yew for lighting if the clocks were set ahead an hour Majoi Qeoige Kay of Stratford who went overseas with the 34th Battahpn, lias beei appointed manager of the Claims and Pensions Board of the Canadian Expeditiouarj Forces v Enjoy What You Eat More cases of Indication ire duetto hcbitual Constipation than to imprudent diet Unless the bowels and kidneys are regular, there is an excess of noisonous matter which remains in the system and is bound to affect the stomach and inter- fere with complete digestion. To correct this tendency to have the boweli move regularly every keep the to enjoy what you eat without fear of pains, "heartburn" or heaviness, take a cooling, refreshing, pleasantly invigorating glass of Abbey's Effervescent Salt every morning, This famous household remedy will put your whole system in its normal, active condition, '.'make you forget you have a Take -it tfi warm water, v Strengthen the fterves and ennch Blood .with Vita Tablets, soc box.'