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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGETHR.Eg_ WIFE iFIHDS RELIEF, TOO! Liciniu Mint, r.Q. "1 tioumod lor mmjma .111 Kldnw i- UU mi to UkiOIH nlll'ld, ui UtlMV twtlftb box th. liiui complin- U lift wife 19 Sin I'illl lad th.t ihi t" kidneys. I caa wtS S3 to MUJ. -Tkomu All iruiliti MU ata ruij joe. or for 12.00. U you to KABOSAL DKUcl t 01IEMIOAL 00. OF OAMADA. LIMITED Toronto, out. 61 HE LETHUKIDGE IIEIULg STRAND ANEW TUESDAY, OCTOBER It. 1916, BASEBALL SCO! Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston..... New York Chicago Plllsburs St. Uiuis C'lnolmiiili NATIONAL Won Lost 92 65 111! 00 511 C2 C4 si; S8 Pel. .608 .004 .571 Brief Stay AMEKN Boston Ibicago....... Detroit St. Louis New York..... Washington Cleveland..... Philadelphia SenatorG Defe New York. Oct. 2.--T Americans easily defeati wiuYtirs'tiie" first" g from day by winning Llll; Boiton 2 to 0. and then dropping back place by losing the second to t. while Brooklyn was to second contest. 4 the opening ..Hdied Hasan, who Alexander the Lee Co., departed on Friday mor- ning for Spokane, Wash., in charge of pucneci n the body of Frank Danlelson. whose I innings, u demise occurred suddenly from imoii-. inning. Alexander monla The deceased Is said to have hits and resist property in Washington and several shutout of the season, deposits In various banks. nlaver Kot past !ir Mrs H. C. Lee accompanied her husbaild and will visit her parents at Holse. Idaho, before reluming. Alberta Stake Theatrical Company The committees In' charge of till] o Alouimlei ou orked foi seven ul Allen, who twirled one held Lered Iloston to his 10th Only one vlBtl- nlaver got past lirst base. the second game Demarce op- rased iWuIbach for seven innings and .ender twirled the last two nmh.es, the Indian not being scored on. lUml- bach Pitched better ball than Demaree i 4nflm.nlllt.Ah men pitcncu hut errors by the latter'. lelned the visitors to two of their held Washington to1 ooo too c 010 1020 key Washington New York Thomas, Goodwin and rity; Shawkey and Walte Red Sox Ease Boston. Oct. won, the Boston America! today but nevertheless del delphla 4 to 2. It was a I out during the five luningsl Shore pitched for the wl pions. He was then relief in pursuance of Manager policy of giving the pitchc: will call.upon In the worl organization held a business meeting on Friday. J. Frank Layne is 'lie musical conductor; A. L. Smith, the dramatic director, and .1. Y. Card the business manager, succeeding A. J. lliggs who resigned on account of Hl- henlth. This organization has given some high class entertainment during the past two years. Their initial opera was "Queen followed by "H 11 S. Pinafore." "The Merry Milk Maids" and "Pauline." It has been decided to place dates for two lira malic and two operatic performances for the coming winter. The first opera will likely be "King as the mu sic is at A- L- Smith lms Eev oral splendid dramaiie efforts In _......._. tllso .Mr, Layne will he assisted-In gamo on the J the musical work of the stake choir j t, Brst Ilining was y this winter by Dr. Scott danger. h heba ses full who has had quite an extended ex- perience ill this line, both at home and at Spokane. Wash. Farewell at Kimball On Friday evening the people of Kimball'assembled in goodly numbers to pay their respects to Mr. and Mrs A Keith, who are leaving shortlj for a mission to the Samottli Islands. Mr Keith has been principal ot the GCliool'for sonic live years and Mrs. Keith has also been engaged in teacH- 000 000 3 1 Philadelphia 010 010 OOx-2 1 llngall. Allen and Gowdy; Alexander and Kllllfer. Second Boston 1-0'' 001 Philadelphia 010000000-1 li Reulbacl, and Gowdy; Denial ee, Bender and Killifer. Coombs Shut. Out Giants Brooklyn Oct Coombs pitched shut-out ball today and heat York 2 to 0, and Brooklyn gained "'illlles. In only veteran twirler ill clanger the hose8 "nd two out, he fanned Kauff Schnpp was effective until the fourth when Daubert scratched a hit to r lefcher stole second and scored on Wheats 000 000 i: 0 ind- Coombs anc of other league games only enough work to k condition. The game was played here this season. 01 fi minutes, 'hlladeiphia 000000200- Johnson and Schangi ind Cady. Schedule of other teams c [First Game Scheduled For To- night on the Dominion Alleys Brooklyn Schupp Illler. Schedule ompleteil. Keith as aso e ing the lower grades during several een active n ower winters They have been active musical and dramatic lines and ha> e endeared" themselves to all of Uu. people of Ihe district through their kindly and energetic labors among the young people. A choir uml a brass hand have botii been organized and Se successful during their stay in Kimball. and largely tlirongh their ef- forts, so that they .will live in the raemorv of the people there tor many years from this cause alone. But the Kimball -people are generous and they gave substantial evidence of their gratitude by prepar ing a most satisfying repast, giving a of songs and speeches inter ipersecl with dancing, and making up n ir-o of close to ?60 and presenting same evening! President Wood and M A Coombs motored over Iron Cardston'wilh their ears and helper to enliven' proceedings by the r pr.es once Mrs. D. E. .Wilcox, with he daughters. Miss Myrtle and Mrs. Laur: Coombs, and Vernon Coombs gav several songs -in the tougu to the great delight .of. all present. 4t the office ot -President Wood o Friday, afternoon Mr. Gano O sen an Aliss Inez Ockey were united ,n the bonds ot wedlock. Miss Jennie Bea- zer -supported, the. bride and the groom's brother next of age acted as lest man. The young will re- where they are well known and highly respected. BOSTON OWNER WAS CONFIDENT Had No Doubt of Ultimate Said J. J..Larmln Oct. 2 iSdent 'of'the Boston American eaguo baseball club, when informed hat his club was definitely assured ing the championship through if Chicago's losing one game and Sunday. The first bowling league of the year organized yesterday afternoon fter the jig was up, when the various of the Herald lined up .r n series ot games on the new Do- ilnlon Bowling Alleys. Pour-man lams are entered by the Linos, Comps less Room und Editorial staff. A hedule was drawn up for two series games, the first series to he five is the second ten pins. The games frt tonight with the Editorial and 10 teams all primed for the event, llowing is the schedule: First Series, Five Pins tnesday. Oct. 3-EdlU vs Linos. jwsr.a.'Sitea.CT.sK pa a opened its crucial six-game sen Boston yesterday minus the of David Bancroft, star shortst' was injured in Saturday's gat Iturdav, Oct. 14-Linos vs Comps. lesdav Oct. vs Comps. Lturday, Oct. 21-Linos vs Press. Second "Series. Ten Pins vl-day, Oct. 24-Linos vs wiSl't Wednesday. Bancroft's hip wiurday, Nov. _4-Edlt vs, Pre located but it was nuickly In Lethbridge For We will Have a com- plete line of choice meats and poultry for Thanks- giving. Delanys Limited Reserve Your Order NOW TS" back into place. has] at and Byrne, a dependable infielde: >iay tiiird. Allhough Brooklyn and Boston announced their arrangements fo of seats should they tinder ordorjjcttgo the national commission the pri-1 to Cleia- S'nTdoubt as to our ultimate success No one can question. our richt'to the championship because we won eleven out of the last fourteen won all the pennant contenders on their home grounds The "Red Sox are a game hall club and arwsys came back. i [ICAGO SERIES WEDNESDAY Challenge Is Accepted by the White Sox Owner taco Oct. 01 the Americans as pennant con- Bave President Weeghmau ji Nationals tor a series for championship. Comiskey ac- the management for seats. steady work of the members of team, who were without the semi ot Speaker and Wood and m the 111 stages were without Captain Barry. 1 "Barry la still out of the game i sore hand, but call into Selling at 11.50 per bushel this-will for the Raymond dis- trict, alone. Tim wheat is grading No. 1 ana 2. Little is going below two At the prevailing prices ill means a fortune to the farmer who has wheat to sell. Threshing now on in full swing through the Raymond district About halt a dozen rigs are now running and m-mv more will start Monday Taher, Oct.. liurford Has j be nono too leased the Superior Mines, on the, manv omfits [rom the outside north side of the river, from the Su- (vould be welcome. It is reported that S IACTIV couple of halt days and ail report wheat yielding from 40 to 50 bushels pof acfre snow began to fall on Saturday evening and .is continuing at a heav- ier rate this evening. So far over 4 inches of the beautiful mantles our countryside, which will necessarily put a stop" to harvest work just now. Coal ;Co., and is making not at all cient number ot miners.- The producing MO tons a yields, day. It. is hoped that .railwayman- liiiy It IS IlUlltrU nection will be secured for the mines Ash Collieries are re- suming activity and hope to have rail- DON'T STAY CON QTIPATED SICK, WITH BKfcAin BAD AND STOMACH SOUR. bet a 10-cent bos.now. 'YOU men and women who cant get have headache coaS taste- andf to, breath, dizziness, can't sleep, are J, ibus .nervous and upset, botherei Sla stom ach, or have a bad cold. Are you.keeping your bowels clean with'Cascarets, or, merely forcing a passageway every few salts cathartic pills or castor oil? Cascarets work .while you sleep cleanse the stomach, remove the sour undigested fermenting food and ton Kasos; take the excess bile from th liver and carry out. of the system a the constipates, waste matter anil po eon lii A Cascaret tonight will stralghte you out by W-cent bo from any ilruB 'stoi-e will keep you stomach sweet, liver and bowels rei ular, and Head-clear for months Bon forget1 the'children; Thcj love carets taste, Brine" or Public Opinion Indorses BEECHAM'S PILLS For Digestive Troubles NEW DAYTON Dayton, Oct. 2. Wheat is Oct. 2, via London, Oct. forecasts of the amount of indicate that it will exceed lot the preceding loan. A re- Vker says the subscriptions [head of the amount at the liinB period ot subscriptions lirtli loan. An investigation leichshank some days ago Dial subscriptions at thai nore than (inscription lists close Octo- filing ojf in the small sub- las been more than counter- large subscribers. An ex- torous press campaign has Iria'.ly in bringing in sub TOE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BQXES. LODGE YOtfR Wills, Title Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other vaiuables in one of these boxes t9 n FURTHER INFORMATION APPtY TO VOn FURTHER INFO Lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mg a i j j __ 'CoxTixuKD rno'it -FROST New uayiou, wi. yielding high in the New Dayton dis- trict C H. Mahood on 30 acres ot summer fallow threshed 1520 bush- els of wheat, making 50 2-3 bushels to the aero. He also threshed 820 acres of partly spring plowed and stubble on which he secured bushe s. The threshing has been delayed by the snow. TABER Taber Oct. past week has been good weather for the threshers l! until the snow came. The crop I yields are not unite as heavy as last year uuflhe enhanced price more than' compensates for any shortage. ot the wheat is grading isos. ...j if nnlev H A. Walters made a be- u. o le w iming.on Saturday and has not com-j, um] Northeru Englesoi i Bros got fields yet. las "n.. .inU INOTLIJUIU. _____ ?2000 c'asl, in their field for 1400 hush- "The "storm is delaying everything Tho elevators have low but there is only, a fall of takM, OTer bushels already, now. RAYMOND Ravmond, Oct. 2.-Tbe Leader says. Carefully compiled figures place nond's wheat acreage this >eai at taKuu m bushels already, and the C. P. B. has shipped t. cars. PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, Alta., Oct. 2. The liro-ress made in threshing operations HAIR STOPS FALLING OUT .AND GETS THICK, WAVY, STRONG AND BEAUTIFUL Year hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy abundant and appears as soft, natrons and beautiful as a young, girl's after a "Danderine hair cleanse, lust try a cloth with a. little Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small rand at a time. This will cleanse the hair ot dust, dirt and excessive oil and in just a few moments-you have doubled the beauty of your. hair. Besides, beautifying the hair at.once Danderine dissolves every particle ot dandruff; cleanses, purities and mvig- orates the scalp, forever stopping itch- ing and falling hair. But what yill please you most will be after a few weeks' use when you will actually see new and downy at really new hair growing all .over the scalp. H you care tor preety, soft hair and lots a 25-cent bottle oc id like to have us mak to have our infantry ai 1 the range of our guns, leads against the ston r great casualties is a process of weerin Jon't expect any suclde Germans. It is now liellier their diggfng-in ller than our ability to faster we adiance the to entrench, thus les more and more asked about the e Germans shortening .iie.V'Knowing llie Ger- Jhe replied, "I don't be- do it, it would be of defeat In neutrals, and their German is a skilled la unlikely to re- trcm.ea to. Of course, it !s tie he may face the a'tufti! he does I think he will OI It HUlcljr Knowlton's Danderine' from; any qrug- iilSL ltin-li owing lo the delays caused by high 1M1UWItUll a -T gist or toilet counter, and just try, it, ;