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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE! THE LETHHRinGE DAILY HEKALT) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1915 PHILADELPHIA Red Sox Star New York, Oct. Ba- ler., president of the Philadelphia Nationals, suiil today, that he would take care of all Philadelphia funs he- fni-f jiroyjiMiiir iirvominndalion ful ouUof-iowii spectators at the world's toricH baseball games. Tliis was a reply to President Lan- min's statement that unless the roy- al looters of Boston were.pennitlnd to purchase .reserve seals in a block lie would not allow his Boston Ain- ccicau league team to compete. Baker said lie thought ttostori too btfi a baseball town to hue qua'l- hody of 400 organized roote a scries which more, than -lO.Ou-u ccyday rooters were anxious to wit- ness. "1 am said Baker, if it were left to a vole of the royal rooters as to whether they should' be cared for to the exclusion ol -100 men who have waited 32 years 1o receive the Phillies in. a' world's series, I am sure tlnjy would vote to stay home." Boston, Oct. Philadelphia Nationals, Saturday, lost a further opportuni ty for practice on Braves' field, where one end of the world's scries games wU. he played, when rain spoiled their last schedul- ed game Of season with Boston. The National league champions left for Philadelphia Saturday afternoon. Catcher Killifer, sutler ing somewhat from a lame arm, preceded them Fri- day night. It was said to be doubt- ful whether he would he ablo to start tlie series. Calgary, Oct. regard this as Uio hardest malch of my. career. I I know thai 1 liavc met and defeated Cutler once before, but it was only on a foul and Cutler not. in his -best condition. 1 feel .sure that ho will not. lake auv channns in his con- dition Ihis lime. Cutler is bigger than I am and has had more experi- ence, lint 1 feel conliclent I will he to give a Rood aocomit of inysflr. A straight ill feat of two falls over Cutlflr'wil! ioi-ce tlic American wrestling ring In recognize my I claims." So said .lack Taylor, heavyweight wrestling champion uf Canada, when ..prospects of the hig quality, soft i to.whonij Frank Goteh 'turned over the heavy-j weight of thu wnrlil upr on hi.y retirement. TRIS SPEAKER Uentre-fielder extraordinary, and also very adept at hitting the bail. Tris is expected to figure largely in tho world's series, starting next Friday BASEBALL FOK SEWS O'LEARY. WINS Winnipeg, oc-t. O'Learj', Canadian lightweight, knock- ed out Danny :Wholan of St. Paul, in the second round of their twelve- round bout, here, tonight. Philadelphia, Pa., Get. fans were elated when the news was flashed here that the first two games of the world Buries between the Phil- lies and the Red Box would be- played in this city. There was also satisfac- tion expressed that the first same was scheduled for Or.tobor S, as the town was eager, despite the fact that it has had five such series in the last six seasons, to have the games start at an early date. The down town office of the Phila- delphia Basfjbal'i club was bombarded all morning with inquiries about the starting of the games. The greatest problem I'siniug- tho club is how to take care of quests for more than seats in a park, the capacity of which will be about "MADE IN CANADA' Ford Runabout Price 100 Sets "Rid-O-Skid" Chains 30 x 3 1-2, per pair THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVEi S. PHONE 633. Boston Detroit Chicago Washington New Vnrlr ._, St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia Philadelphia Boston Brooklyn Chicago Pittstmrg St. Louis New Yorlc Brooklyn Philadelphia i'felVci' and nnil Adams. Xew York Boston NATIONAL '.V. L. R7 (12 SI New Fall Collars WILLIAMS. GREENE ROME CO M1HE S011IH ( N t: KO IJO.M IMSO s T Mayor and a Commissioner Sing and Recite At the barracks Sat- amoiuit of wr. it'll liiis to he don- on each farm, tin- reports of the! yields tiru not as pk'iitifnl as might i be expected. Kt-ports from ihc Keiiex district seem to indicate Uui't yields; are well up to .standard UK-re. W. J C. Howard reports ilirrshint; fifty-live j bushtls of wheat to the aen-, am! itj is reported Uiat A. Luchia fifty-! three. Both these crops were j on suminci-ialluwnl Around. !n the .Monarch district B- Nyhoi reports that iiis crop yielded actly fifty-live busheK It is reported j that Larson got a return of i I bushels of oats from "tall 'ploughed I land. It is expected that later returns will he fully up to the ,average set HO far. It is also expected that some will exceed these figures. MACLEOD Macleodt Oct. upera.- tions are heinjc pushed with all pi s- Kible speed, hut heavv show- ers were cause of a certain amount of delay. lie per Ls re- ceived from all parts of the district indicate- that the yield is running from 40 lo 'la bushels to the acre. This yield is on the fanners1 whole crop and not on any particular spot which might 31 ve- the sensational yields that are talked about. Bvery available threshing out tit After Smoking nothing quite so comforting to a dry, parched throat as REALLT DQJ6HTFUL veteran smokers wouldn't think of Many leaving a cigar store without a package of dUnrli'is for MADE in CANADA t the. Cushion Cover Coupons found 1, W anil 3c. ClmUl Pacmne. CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COMPANY. LIMITED jvw TORONTO ff SO 73 73 71 68 .5-14 .5-11 .477 .474 .407 (i I 2 8 1 McQuillan urdny evening there was held a most jn operation but the supply oi out- enjoyable smoking'concert, by J fits cannot in any way cope with the the N. C. O.'s and men oi "K" Di-t demand and experienced ianners pre Second New York 4 i Boston 5 Beaton and Schang Rudolph Govvdy. Nro other games .scheduled. vis-ion, for their friends and those thai so kindly helped in making the patriotic dance, for the benefit of the soldiers' tobacco fund, such-a suc- cess. Very handsome souvenir invitations were sent out to tbe many friends of the hoys and quite a number of the prominent men of town respond- ed. His Honor Judge Jackson, Mayor Hardie, Commissioner Grace, Cliici Skclton, Supt. Pi-nnufaUier, Inspector Chancy and many leading business men of the town lent their the occasion and did their part to1 fill in Tv'icr and spaces bet-wren smokes and lunch, with some very appropriate stories. itayor Hardie demonstrated his abil- ity as a vocalist, and also recited some very good kind that only the mayor can tell. A pleasing musical program was did that threshing will be in pro- gress wil.l into next year before tlic crop is threshed. There is no shortage of labor at present but the reeall of the soldiers on the 14th of Ibis month w AMERICAN W. L. (N 57 4L Cl 07 SI 110 05 109 I P.C. .669' .C5G .604 ,553 ,.433 .-124 .375 IJoston 6 3 York 5 il 2 Leonard, Cfregg and Carrigan Ha- Icv, Marklc and Alexander. Second Boston 343 New York 3 (i 2 Foster and Thomas CaldweU and Nunamaker and Schwart. Philadelphia S 9 1 Washington 7 0 Nabor and Perkins Harper and No other games scheduled. mil m i Victoria, B.C., Oct. Lester Pat 'k wii'i yay a visit to Seattle early next week to .confer with brother' Frank on the many questions that have arisen since the date for the an- hockey gathering iiaa been chos- It is a well-known fact that the Pacific Coast Hockey association will into tho bushes for a lot of "new hockey blood this winter, anil it Is ex- pected that. Lester wKi do the scouting for the Victoria and Seattle clubs. He intends to take a trip through the prairie provinces the latter part of the month, and already has fined up about twenty promising youngsters that he H. MAYER Successor to J. B. Renter, '120 Fifth Street South Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 665 Notice to Our Patrons: At we have to-pay cash for .nil our purchases, we are to from our customers. Out-of-town' orders, csoh must accompany order- Beer, per case 2 dozen. Beer, per case 2 dozen Export- Beer, per ensc 2-rdoz- Quarts. Export Beer, per t-aso 2 Pinis. will look over while in the east, There is little chance that the Van- couver team will be sbalten up, but -with an entire now team booked for Seattle, the Victoria magnate must a'iso get out after the youngsters, H [is rumored that Bobbie Rowe will be j sold to tbe Seattle club, while Tommy 'has been traded to Port- land for Ran McDdiin'id. Of course, the plans or the Victoria club must necessarily -be- shelved until after the annual meeting us it 1'as not vet been decided whether or "not- the" Patricks. wi.'i operate a club hero for tho com- ing "season If they decide to drop hockey for a year, the entire Victoria" tujun will be shifted to Seattle. put on hy the Mounties in their ef- j forts to please tlic crowd present, and when, all was over and the crowd seemed ready fo. go home satisfied that they hail had a most enjoyable, time, they united in giving the N. C. O.'s and 'men .01 the .Mounted Police, a long and we.f. meant string of cheers, that could possibly have been heard ".somewhere in France." Following are some of the names of those who took part in the con- cert Coasts. Holmes and ami violin. .Messrs. Van Heck. Chappell and and piano. Sir. selections. Sir.. selections. Mr. selections. Mr. recitations. Mr. selections. Mr. selections. Commissioner recita- tions. Const. selection. Mr. speech. Mr. Chas. .yarns. Many of the numbers on the pro- gram called for repeated encore and of festivities, Sgt. Mai. Green 'had his hands full in handling the many numbers on the- list. Through Sgt. Mai. the N. C. O-'s and men of .the f.ocal Moun- ities, wish to thank all those who so graciously helped in making the con- cert the success that it was, and wishes to announce that in the near future, the Mounties will give pcri- qdical smoking concerts and dances i for thsir. friends. The nest eveut will be a military dance, given on Fri-i the 15th of October Decorations for the occasion .will be furnished and attended to by. the Mounties1 de- corator, "Buster" Brown, v.'ho also must be mentioned' as the originator of the splendid decorations at tbe smoking concert. WON BUCKEYE .STAKE Coluiribus, Ohio, Oct. Grand Circuit races were he'id here yester- day with thirteen heats. Peter Scott wot the Buckeye stake for 2.12 trotters, in straight heats, -while an- other' Murphy trotter, Tramp Right, took the 2.15 trot away from Seneca Kitchener Wants Fund Men and Munitions pos- 1 sibly make vacancies (or a few men. CARMANGAY Names Officers London, Oct. The Manchester Cannangay, Oct. last j Guardian says that Councillor Tom ween uasnot goo o H Fox, in a speech at Manchester last "'gill.' malle an interesting releKuce hut the grain was tough, and a lot j to the conference ot Labor leaders of it was grading low. The yields i TuCsday, which was addressed have been heavy all over J. Ro-1 isimith Wir senbcrger on land two miles from I Har -e-riv Carmangay threshed bushels off: lary Kitcnener. 99 acres, "this is one of the heaviest yields we have had around this dis- trict so far, except on small patchc'j. Very- little of the threshing; has been owing .io the wet weather, and -vc uoult! not estimate that S of the Lethbridgft i Patriotic Fund yesterday, flic follow- ing'were1 elected an exceptive fur the coniiiiK year A., il. Vicc-Presulcjit L. M. Johnstone, K. C. II. Harmon. J. Ritchie, i'aterson, W. A.. Buchanan, MM, P., II. Church F. P. Conyhearc, K. H. Elton, J. Ulghihotham, S. Thcro were many things Lord Kit- ehenci- told them, said IIr. Kox, _ which he could not repeat but U-told I J. Shepherd, J. H. UoUi'.son; John them -some thines which could he re- Hornc, Hohcrl Liringstonc. G. B. per cent, all told, had heeu thre-shed. ]o peated. them the fol- j '..anc a; owing i Mrs. F. RETLAW j "There is no room." Lord Kitch- Retlaw, Oct. opera- cner said, "for any pessimist. Give tions have been fairly steady dining me the men and war munitions I the past week, and straw piles arc want and 1 will gtiarantie pet- now beginning, to appear hi every lit-; sonal 'reputation that we have the I he lili rection. Teams and war in the hollow oi our hands. dered by J. X. Ritchie, Tin- scarce, and quite a few of the Jia- "And 1 Lord Kitchener udd- chincs are compelled to operate short ed, "how-many men I want, and how handed. i many T want for munitions. I have The record run in the numitsr of their names ami the numners bushels per day is so far held nv tho! their door Kimball rig. This rijc the J. E. Davips and (ieo. Current farms a total of over 3000 of: wheat in one day. The same outfit1 also threshed on the Geo. Current farm 1400 bushels of oats in a little over two hours. Phenomenal yii-lds are still being Joe Jojin threshed GO hush- els of wheat per acre on a field of 24 acres of summer-fallowing, and his whole acreage of 150 acres averaged 41 bushels. Don. C. Ferguson, near Deering, had an average yield of 53 bushels per acre from the whole of his wheat area. j A large portion of the wheat so far threshed is being marketed, and very. busy scenes arc witnessed around the Hctlaw elevatois. The operators of, all four elevators are at work from early morn till dark, and some days the unloading is carried well into the I T will fetch them. and if they do not corne C. representing the Alexander Gait Chapter of Imperial Daughters of the Kmuire. ysjrs of public service ren- Ur. James U. Anscll, pre- eint.nlas oi the Unneisity ol Michigan, .in diplomacy and journalism, are to be crowned .by, t-ltc building in bis honor of a structure on the campus pi. the university South Has Rain and Sleet Storm Boy A combined rain and sleet storm' was general over Southern Alberta for an hour or more this morning. The' snow started to Vulcan, or far- ther and swept over'the entire! south, being rather heavy at Milk Riv- er About noon tbe weathei com menced to clear at Lethbridge. and) was clear before that "hour at points i north of the, city C. S. Notiie, at reported f that he be able to continue threshing at noon tomonou il a v-md J was to come un At othei pomlb 111 the bouth it ib expected threshing be deJayed for at least dajs Mammoth Hiiction Jumble Sale In Aid of Fundj for Red Crow Work .will lie- hold in the old Lowes Stand, Balmoral Block, on f Saturday Afternoon, October 16 at o'clock WHAT ARE YOU (IOIXG TO SEND'? It docs not matter wlial 'so long as cap- able of being turned into If your contribution brings onlj ten cents it be as vu'lcome as tbough il brought len fl's the spirit in svbicli tho gUt is ah en (hill Don't tliiuk in Toronto Dollars'