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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadian THE LETHBRIDGE D AI BASEBALL nincirumti...... 69 8L .4M Cincinnati 3 li 0 Chicatjo 2 5 y and Wingo Lavender and OH 2 5 n 4 Kcnthlencv and fiibson and Sallee, and piUshiirg St. Louis Adams, Meadows, Robinson Snyiii'r. Philadelphia Boston Kixcy and Adam U.fifklMini. 2 3 8 !1 Hughes SEAM CLUE EDMONTON'S STAR HOCKEYIST WILL 3E WiTH NEW CLUB IN COAST LEAGUE MONARCHS ONLY TEAM LEFT IN 'PEG FOR COMING SEASON CUP PROSPECTS Dli.'. AMERICAN w. Detroit Chicago Washington New York St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia 93 Si) 81 B5 6-1 57 41 L. Hi 81 C-7 Sl Sii P.C. .083 .651 .598 .548 .415 .427 Plaladelphia Washington Sherman and 1'crkins Williams. St. Louis Detroit.................. Wcihnau and Agncw Bator. No oitier games scheduled. FEDERAL Harper1 and Seattle, Wash., Sept. Stanley tho sensational young player ot last" year's Vancouver Hockey club, world's champions, is slated for a position on the new Seattle hockey The inclusion of Seattle in the Pa- cific Coast Hockey association will necessitate a readjustment of the different teams. While it is quite like- ly that the most of the hockey stars who will represent Seattle will be. drafted from the eastern part of I Canada, some of the present coast players will he found wearing Seattle colors. Last season when the Vancouvet team had lost four straight Barnes and seemed to be slipping badly a hurry up call was sent to Mmonton, Alberta, io ame from cu lampion high place e has held for fifteen yearn. But Johnny and Frank were not to e left alone. Fistiana presented its andidate for the "has-been" stakes. was none other than Jxsach Cross ome lightweights probably welcomed 10 news, but the fans didn't., The athletic field has its N'orman raber, the greatest miler in thr talking about quitting tin ame. And Calgary has its "Squib" Ross, .ho announces that he is going to eaie the game of rugbv flat upon its ack by staying on the side Sines this ear CrJKTJtroED FB'OSI PAOE) CJJieGoth and made the comment that it was now quite apparent that Lethbridge ua-, the logical place for the teimm- al elevitpr, and not Calgary, whe- t- had been erected. Kegardmg the big alfalia crop, n said the board had hcen able to some extent to facilitate the ar ranicment farmers could ge stock to feed the second grade al falia He hoped the farmers would be able to take up the niattei of feed ing iheep in winter, which could be and profitably done Mr Marnoch mentioned the dis- tribution 01 corn seed hj the Ban of Montreal, and said that thong tHC season had n6t been as faiorable for corn as tor gram, ict many ex- periments had been successful Ree-udmg a fall fair and stampede, Mr Marnoch said that this matter was in the hands of B Adams, who uas arranging a stampede. In connection with the distribution of seed gram fodder and provisions to the iarmers, ami the collection of money lor the government, Mr. Marnoch said that the matter had been adjusted in an entirely sat- isfactorj ivaj, the farmers only be- ing required to pi) half their debt to the government this year The meeting endorsed a letter drafted by Mr Marnoch to be for- warded to the officials of the dry farming congress at Denver this year in which he regretted the fact thai LethbriJge was unable to send dele- gates this year, and testified to the success ivhich dry farming had this district .ta Some discussion jsrosc as W tne changing 01 the name ot the Belly river The geographical board had reported that the name of the urn Man should be attached to the river at Lethbridge, as this merelyJ continuation of the Old Some of those present WHO not m favor of having the name changed at all if it be changed to p'Lethbridge _' W. G of South Porcu- pine, has been appointed manager riif BanX ot Commerce at St. T I, Out, JUST a little different and just a little smarter than any other Raglan coat you will see this "Fall. effect is produced by clever designing and expert tailoring. the close-fitting collar and generous lapels, the patch pockets and the cuffs. C[ Shield .lined and finish- ed with that care and devotion to detail that good dressers demand and appreciate. We are exclusive agents. THE "2" M'S McKelvie-McGuiri Sole AgenU-Lethbridge, Alta. L. ;