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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta In The World New Haven, Conn.. Sept. opened till) fiinltolll season toUliy defeating tlic light'Hut'Plucky eleven from Carnegie, Iiistllulo of Teclinol uey. 25 to Kuinbllns i'ost the bluo two toui'hdowns unil two nltonlplecl Held'goals wcre-misseil by scant mar- The long, dodging' runs of 1.0- Frank Manlell Is gomK to Moose .law shortly to slack up against B Us Weeks for tlio second time. Mantell tells tho-IIeruld thai Biddy Bishop has promised him a return match thel- this tlmo the bou( will toll Brooklyn ladelplliw Boston New York...... Chicago......... Plttsburg....... Gf. St. Louis Cincinnati Lost Ml 58 ill KG SS Pet .60.' .582 .574 .438 .42 .39 .398 LETI-IHRIDCE DAILY HERALD A pair of huuio rims'slopped New Yorlrin itinlnp of tlie soo jnd game. Halloo had been pitching splendid ball and with 'tins score 2 to 1 Koneteliy opened the Inning with a Kirnlcli slniile. J. Smith then lilt a home run Into tliu left field bleachers, mil Mat-en duplicated the hit a mo- nient later, Tearean then went In and four successive slilfiles and a wild pitch gave Boston two more runs. An- derson then went In and retired ilu- ranvllle at Unit after Boston had made seven successive hits. (ioor'KO Tyler pitched a strong Barae and-did not permit an earned run. hi pitching New York to its 2Ctb victory Uetiion" twirled nlinost iierfect ball. He allowed only one hit. Boston l 1 New York............. s Rudolph and dowdy: Bi-nlon and McGarty. Second Vlos'ton.............. 8 I" l( New York............ 8 S 2 and niaekburn: Bailee. Ton- reau, Anderson and McOarty. MONDAY, Oi; mural i" 1 SATURDAY GAMES Phils and Robins Split Brooklyn. Sept. Roll- it Weeks fouled me I i iiv. IUI-DI -----u---i- gore and Captain Dhidfs brilliant all- 1 around S'ork were the Yale features. On. the Ella; first offensive Le- On the Blia' nrst unensivu gore, shielding by perfect interference, ran 57 yards tor a. louc hdown 1he run i and Lhe crowd mti t Yale'players .wore'numbers the a first time. has not been well since the Harvard Easily Beats Bates I J., 1 ui started IrainillB again Cambridge, Mass.. Sept. with Weeks in the San- proved Harvard eleven defeated -Bates lor Liny 2B to 0. The crlmiion defence j kalcliewan was "consistent and the attack sharp. Thatcher, a newcomer, scored two touchdowns i" the llrsl Period. Straight Football Wins for Tigers j Worcester. Mass.. Sept. Cross hold Princeton to a 21 tu II score 1 today, Princeton scored her three I touchdowns in the first two periods on straight football. I Moore and IlriKBS both over the line in'the first period and Uriggs. scored the last toucMown early m non, "ed him a return match ihere. Urooklyn. Sept. Rob- iTrao the bout will tell a sent his pitcher, 'felter, to the mound to check the advance in the tlrst game, but he was hammered hard and consistently and his service failed to baffle the bats of the visitors. Luderus helped himuolf [llln-ition DHL .re to two two-hangers and .....ime run. 1 don't think I got Brooklyn could do little with Rixey different utory "I hold yet th the ;oml said Jlalllcll. offered to bat .liisbop 550 .that any doctor in Lethuridge or Calgary would examination, but he SUNDAY GAMES Cubs winners ..'llicago. Oct. home rims by 'Chicago batters and the efficient pitching of Perry gave Chicago a 0 to victory, over HI. Louis in the gam'e of each team today. St. Louis............ W ke me. delivery. The game wat played on a wind-swept Held. ne back this afternoon d u The Uorainlon Bowling Alleys.. In the of ,he'Dominion BioeU, final 0 Chicago.............. e u Steele, .Amey. Williams and Snyder, and Wilson. Cincinnati Wins the Last Cincinnati. Oct. last game of the season between Pittsbnrg am1 by hitting Alexander hard and won was won by the latter hen from Philadelphia, li to 1, thereby re- jod'ay 4 to 0. Toney pitched good ball l in all -the scores. were 1h and the lino instrumental Holy Cross .Hue. in the held Princeton scoreless. Other Scores Army :i; Lebanon 0. Pennsylvania 3; West Virginia 0. Navy Dickenson 0. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SUNDAY GAMES' 11; .Indianapolis 5. end Sth, lumbns 1. lst I; Louisville 2. end nth by Toledo 7; Loaisville 3. City 6; Milwaukee 0. City 1; Milwaukee 0. Minneapolis 1; St. Paal 2. PACIFIC COAST SUNDAY GAMES Portland 4. 2; Portland 5. lat_Son Francisco.2; Oakland 1.; Oakland 2. were opened very auspiciously on Sat nrdav evening, when a large number led out the.newly and pronounced half jo i renovated fan allnv MARSHAL AND WOMAN KILLED Fort Byaor night niaraltal, was shot and instantly'killed-'In-a on a room- ing house liei'e shortly before mid- niglif.. and -Mrs.' Qodrrey Weyraor, wife of the proprietor, was struck by Jlying bullets and received wounds from which :she-diod soon-afterwards. ,Pi i'hem all that could be desired. The alleys are In tip tup shape, and were so attractive that midnight found sev- eral enthusiasts "rollin' 'em down at an awful pace, in an effort to beat Tommy Evans' big score. Tommy still succeeds In "hanging up" the top one, but there are others who will make Im seek his dug-out' before tlie sea- on is over. Several interesting tdur- aments are being arranged to be ilayed on the new alloys. The alleys are under the proprietor- hip of Messrs. Frey and Evans. KILLS WIFE; CAUSE NOT KNOWN Kaliapell, Mont., Sept. 30. Tom Gould of Coram. shot his wife through the heart with his rifle about 2 o'clock oday death resulting instantly. Gould in the county jail. He seems un- able to give 'ally reas-An'-for doing the ict Witnesses say his' wife was jid- valiclng imploring him not 'to- fire, when lie shot. He then turned the un on himself and fired three shots, all of which missed. Gould was em rom taliilng first place after losing It dropping Ihe morning game to llnla- to 2. Alexander lost be- cause Brooklyn could hit him when hits were needed, while the visitors were unable lo hit Marnuard effective- ly' alter the tirst Inning, when Paskerl singled, look, second on. a balk, third on Uaucroft's sacrifice and scored on Stock's out. Alexander retired from the game when Dugey batted. for him in the eighth and fanned. Brooklyn prompt- ly made four hits and two runs off ICantlehner. Bancroft twisted his ankle so badly in the Hrst inning that he had to quit. He wiil not play again this season. Until teams gave a remarkable es- ibilion of circus fieldins this after- noon, with Brooklyn showing the letting the visitors down six scat teri'.d hits and striking out 11 men. PHlsburg............. 0 C Cincinnati............ s Cooper and W. Wagner; Toney and Iluhu. AMERICAN Won FALKENHAYN BUSY Berlin, Sept: London, 5.30 -under Gen. Falkenhayn fonner chief of'the Germani genera staff, have Avon a battle at. rtbrmann siadt Transylvania, defeating stronk sections ot army the war. office announced today. Boston Jhicago Detroit St. Louis..... New York Washington 1'Ieveland Philadelphia greater steadiness. Philadelphia Brooklyn Rixey and Killlter; Pfefter and Miller. Second game- Philadelphia l Brooklyn Alexander, Kantlchner and Killlfer, Marquard and Meyers. Chicago Defeats St. Louis Chicago, Sept. SO.-Charles. Deal made his debut in Chicago, today as a member of the local National club and with a timely double when the bases were filled enabled Chicago to defeat St. Louis 8 to 4. St. Louis 11 11 Pack Pet .081 .57: .uG .51 .51 .50 .50 116 iiloved in the woods near Coram and has' four small children, the oldest a girl of twelve. DENIES MURDER OF-HIS WIFE; Jlountain View, N. li., Sept. Frederick L. Small was formally ar- raigned in the district and held for hearing October 5 on a charge of resulting 'from. the-, death of his wife, body was found yesterday in the ruins of their burned cottage.: The court action followed the finding of the cor- oner's inquest that Mrs; Small had died of strangulation.' ''Small pleaded not guilty.-- Chicago s Meadows, Fincher bnyde inVHenrtrix and Wilson. Cincinnati Wins Double-Header Cincinnati PittshurE Mitbheil'and'Hnhn; Mamaux a'lid Schmidt. Wagner. Second _ Cincinnati J PIKnetzer and 'iluhii; Grimes, Evans and -Wagner, Giants' Winning Streak Broken New York, Sept. Atter Hllbe Benton had shut out Boston In tlie first game of a double-header, 4 to 0, for NCT York's 26th straight victory, the winning streak of the home team .was broken In the second game, which Boston won. 8 to 3. Though the locals broke old major league records of 20 straight early in the week they just ord SATURDAY GAMES Red Sox Still Win Boston, Sept. Leonard left-handed shoots working to perfe lion, Boston shut out New York, 1 t 0 in a 10-inning game today. Fo nine innings Cullop had held Bosto scoreless, allowing only tour hits. On the first ball pitched in Ilif tenth Scott singled. Carrignn, intending to sacrifice, was safe on a bunt which upset the infield so that first base was uncovered. Batting for Leonard, Tho- mas bunted successfully. The run was scored by McNally. who ran for Scott, when Hooper lifted a fly well into right field for a sacrifice. The game was one not only ot effective pitching, but of tight fielding that turned back several threatened scores. 3oston Leonard and 'carrigan; Cullop and Alexander. White Sox Twice Winners Cleveland, ".Sept. Chicago took both games from Cleveland today, to 2 and 7 to 3, the second game going to 12 innings, when Felsch hit for four bases''with the sacks filled. Felsch not only drove' in five runs, but-robbed Cleveland of four runs with sensation- al catches of drives that looked good for two or three bases. To little hearts and big ones, the Wrigley Spearmen are ..calling, calling, every .day: Their message. is one of good cheer; about this refreshing, beneficial goody that costs so-little-but means so much to comfort .and contentment. Send for the Spearmen's Mother Goose book for young and old, illustrated in colors. Address Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Bldfi., Toronto missed missed lymg all established leagues, made bs the Corsicana team in Wambsganss. who made throws, to. the plate, allowed two runs. Errors also were responsible tor six of the seven runs scored by Chicago in the first game, the other being scored on a triple steal by E. Collins, Jackson and Felsch. Chicago......... Cleveland 11 8 Notice Regarding the Price of Bread in LeOibridge -Owing'to'tlie rise in-the price of flour and other materials used by us Jrvouriusiness we are compelled to raise the price of bread. Todiyr October 2nd the Price of Bread will be ;Rus'sell and Lapp; Bagby, Gould and Deberry. Second game Chicago Cleveland 3 Williams Cicolte and Lynn; Boen- ling, Gould, Coumbe. Smith O'Neill, Deberry. J Senators, and Athletics Break Even Washington s ls Philadelphia 6 1- l Thomas, Goodwin. Avers Henry; Seibold, Nabors and Schang. Second game Washington 9 ls Philadelphia 10 1-> Sealed against all impurities Thomas, Shaw and Henry; Parham and Schang. Detroit Wins at St. Louis >2 ij St. .Louis 10 Bolasid and Baker; Koob, McCabe, .Hamilton and' Hartley. IF TONGUE IS COATED, BREATH BAD, STOMACH SOUR, CLEAN LIVER AND BOWELS 16 Tickets (retail) for W 20 (wholesale} for MODEL BAKERY N.J.Schweitzer CITY BAKERY R. W.Scott St. Louis in Fourth i iSt Loins, Oct. was 11 effective'and' St. Louis beat Detroit odaV1 6 to 3, and moved.into fourth lace. St.'Louis got but five hits but sed tliem to good advantage. Detroit ot' 13 hits, but Plank kept them well cattered. Cobb got a double and two Detroit.............. -1 St. Louis'...... b .1 1 Sanies and Spencer; Plank and lartiey.- Hale. White Sox Chances Gone Cleveland, Oct. etlmi- mted Chicago as a possible American eague pennant winner today by win- ning "the first game of a double header 2 to 0 Coumbe pitched brilliantly for Cleveland. The second was a farci- cal' contest and was won easily by :hicago, 8 to 4. Chicago Cleveland Paber and Schalk; Coumbe and O'Neill. .Second. game- Chicago Cleveland 4 Cicotte and Lapp, Schalk, Peniier. Gould, Lambeth, Klepfer and Deberry, Daly. JOHN of Figs" at teaspooufni today often saves a sick child tomorrow. If your little one is out-of-sorts, half- isn't resting, eating and acting Mother! see if tongue is coated. This is a sure sign that iis little stomach, liver and bowels are clogged'with waste. When cross, irri- feverish, stomach sour, breath bad-; or has stomach-ache, diarrhoea, sore throat, full .of cold, give a tea- spoonful of "California Syrup of in- and in a few hours all. the constipated Olson, undigested food and sour bile santl'y moves out of its little bowels vithout griping, and you have a well, layful child again. Mothers can rest easy after giving Alderson. formerly com maniiing the first division of Cnna Alans i in France, and latterly mspec torigen'eral- of the Dominion's forces his appointment, and wii his harmless "fruit laxative." because L never fails to cleanse the little one's iver.and bowels and sweeten the tomach and they dearly jlove .its tleasant taste. Tnll directions for bab- es, children of all ages and for ups printed on each bottle. Ueware of counterfeit fig syrups. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bottle ot "California Syrup of then see that it is made by the "California Syrup INFANTILE PARALYSIS FOR SALE! 2000 Choice Calves Raised on the Mackie Ranch ENQUIRE OF A. H. Mayland LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANT ALBERTA STOCKYARDS, CALGARY PHONES: Office E5301 P. O. Residence W1139 Drawer "S" IS SPREADING Hamilton, Out., Sent. cases -of infantile paralysis in two weeks induced Dr. Roberts to close the junior classes in day schools. All Sunday schools and theatres arc barr- ed to children. He is urging the con- trollers to appoint female inspectors to go from house to bouse for conceal ed cases. .Clergymen, have met to pro test this step, butwere induced that such .was necessary anil agreed to co-operate. If the epidemic'continues, steps wl ae taken to keep track of all persons leaving and entering the city, as ttr health authorities here say that th disease Is caught from an Medicine. Hat, SepL R Napner was before Magistrate Ha this morning charged stealing S60 000 whilst being ill the employ o the ominion Express Co The prison er pleading guilty, was bentenced to ix months' hard labor in the prown ial gaol at Lethbridge____ LATIN NOT BEYOND PARIS 'PHONE GIRLS Paris, Sept. IsPriiat the telephone operators of Paris are well versed m foreign languages is a thing which many visitors to this citj have found occasion to discover, but i most strut ing proof of their versatility is told by a Swedish Catholic priest now visitine: here. The priest, who not speak a word'of French, was received av the station by a. French colleague, who did not know Swedis.li, but who was to be his guide hert so the two priests arranged to earn on then con vorsation in 'Latin. The following morning the visitor, who Ihes at a hotel, was called up. on the telephone by his colleague. He -had barely started spe'aking JTle llilu Ijalmj when he-was interrupted by the oper atbr at the exchange, who told 1 m that because of, the war he must no use a foreign language The Fcencl priest explained tho circumstances t her, and she assured him that ers might be arranged. In a moment he two priests heard a new, young voice in the phone, addressing thtmST n the .most perfect Latin What she iid translated into English, meant hat' although it was forbidden to use a foreign tongue tlie operator should be very pleased if the two Fathers would speak in Latin, and ,t would lien he her duty to listen to their conversation. MRS. MAY'S LETTER toWOMEN More Proof that Ljrdia E.1 Pinkham's Vegetable Com- poundRcIievetSuffering. Chicago, 111 cue of female ills. .Vegetable Com- pound was recom- mended and I took about It fixed me up all right The common [symptoms of such a condition when irri- {pains and nervousness and dla- loon passed away. I look much better now than I did before, and I recommend, the Compound every time for lenuin troubles, as ,t did for me all it is claimed to do YouhavemypermisiiontoipnV, hsh this letter." Mrs J MAY, S.' Lincoln St, Chicago, 111. If youhaveanyof the aymptoms tioned in Mrs May's letter, what Lydia E Pmkham's Compound did for her, and try it yomji _ self. It is a good old-fashioned medK, cine, made from and herbs, and it has helped countless numbers of woman.; x If you need special to Ijyilia E. Pinklwui Co. tynn Tour letter win tie anil answered by in strist ;