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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE numsDAY, OCTOHEH r., PFOKTHUL MARTYR TO PAINS IN THE BACK Hal If ir, N.S., 1G, 1914. About oigbt inoatlis ago I real jour lu ono of tii Slallfu oScring a fret of Pilli for the Kid- BITS. X hid fcbeii ft martyr for y-nro to Intense palm serous tick itnd decided to try Gin rills. He I had finished tho third fcox I found mynoU for tlic (Uot time la jiarfcctly free from Tout! ilucerely, Mra, (Jane) AH irtigelill soil Qln Fills at 60c. a box, or 6 boiot for Samplo free If you wrlto to MATIOHAL DRTJO CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED Toronto, Oat. HERALD SPORT SECTION ROSS-WEEKSBOUTHERE NOW UP TO THE CHAMPWN LABOR COUNCIL SPORTS THEj THANKSGIVING DAY ATTRACTION] Tlio Dodgers :uul the 0. X. basketball teams will piny lu- morrow night at 8 o'clock In the V. M. C. A. PLATE GOING UP Washington. Oct. for structural steel for new naval voosels were awarded today by the navy do- narlment lit prices about 33 per cent, higher than were paid for similar ma- terial last December. in mkiclk-wc M championship Weeks ever hod, .iml il Z "L-s up Oic mulch now he will clriiw his own conclu- sions. Something delinite will be known today. To Be Matched Here Shortly Next Monday, Tliiuikseiving tho 'rades and Labor Council will hold Its postponed stampede and spurts pro- gram at Henderson 1'ark fair grounds, o, same program which was to have been held on Labor Day is on the curd md nothing is borne left, undone to nalic the day ;i WK success. Hyssop Bros, who are slasins the Stampede lor tho commilU'c are garn- ering together an aggregation of the finest riders and wildest brooks ever n in this part of the and there will be every description 01 fan- cy and rough rialilK. Skyrocket will there for Tom Three Persons' par- ticular benefit. The twister has won out in the last two trials hut tho Champion Indian riiler thinks ho can stick on hl3 third attempt. Ray Knight has promised to como up and help to stage tho stampede. The program ot sports will bring out all the host athletic talent in the city and district. The card of events runs the whole gamut o[ field and track events. The Patriotic Fund will receive ten nor cent of the net gate receipts. Don't forget the date, Monday after- noon. Thanksgiving Day. BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Wo Brooklyn........ y" Philadelphia...... 91 Boston 88 New York....... S6 Chicago......... Pittsburg....... St. Loins........ 60 Cincinnati....... 60 Pet. .cos .593 .583 .570 .438 .425 .393 .393 AMERICAN Won Boston 91 Chicago......... 89 Take Two Out of Three Games From Challengers-Return Game Next Week Detroit......... s7 New York SO St. Louis........ p Cleveland....... Washington...... 76 Philadelphia...... 36 Lost 03 Gf> 67 74 7ri New York, Ocl. 5.--The first bin wiigcr here on Ihe world's sci'ios was announced today wlic'ii it was slated that K. E. Smalliers, owner of fast horses, had placed to on the Hoston Americans to win. It was announced thai She four umpires chosen for the world's series would meet in Boston today and agree upon a uniform interpretation of the 'Doit.castev ARROW COLLAR 15 ols, each, Q lor GO Chiftt; Co.. Inc.; Milken, rules. "Inlield lly" is the one point upon which "an agreement is de- sired, because in the American league a runner must hold his base on such a fly. while in the. National league, he. can turn at liis own risk._________ MISS SEARS DEFEATS MISS MOLLA BJURTEDT, Hoston, Mass. Miss Molla Djur. stedt, of Norway, American Nationat Woman's Lawn Tennis champion, was defeated by Miss Evelyn Scare, of thus city, in the challenge match ol! the an. nual tennis tournament of the Long- wood Cricket club, at It was the first meeting between the players. Miss Bjurstedt won the tour- nament hist year and opposed Misa Sears, as the winner of this season's tournament. Pet. i .591 .578 .5CG .520 .513 .500 .437 .235 Alberta Welterweight Champion On the Dominion .alleys last night tho Herald bowline siumd look the "V" Juveniles into camp in a chal- lenge ten-pin match, taking two sanies out of throe from ihe challengers. The "Y" Juveniles hurled a loud and taunting defi at the Herald aggrega- tion on Monday, and to show they could Iclivcr the goods they beat the Herald >y 46 pins In total games. But the lOtslilK wil'i Evans and Schwei. -er onsiaiently. annexed the irst same by two and the last by 22, onoupli to 112 373 177 163 531 Winners of World's Series To Date Schweitzer Qrolf Long Evans 547 HONOR FOR AIRMEN London, Oct. George it was officially announced today has appoint ed Second Lieut. Sowrey. and Lieut Alfred De Bath-Brandon, both othcers oE the Brandon flying corps, to be companions.of the Distinguished Ser- vice Order, in connection with tlleir successful attacks upon enemy alr- ahlps. Palyers Eligible For World's Series I ETH BRIDGE BIG SPORTS STAMPEDE A- serious shortage of negro labor is "lacing the district around Birming- ham -Via Labor agencies and agents representing northern companies that require the services of a large num- ber of laborers, are shipping the ne- groes north at the rate of nearly 100 per day. Year 1SS4 1886 1SS7 1888 1889 1890 1892 1894 1895 1896 1S97 1803 1905 1906 1907 1915 UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL. Thanksgiving Day OCTOBER9th. At tiicrl'lxhibition Grounds, Lethbridge STABJflNG'AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP. Theie and sUmpede were postponed from Labor Day, and the whol. program ari-.nged will be carried out in iti entirety. BAND IN ATTENDANCE COME IN CROWDS. -ADMISSION 50c. BIG DAY OF SPORTS PROMISED. CHILDREN FREE. Boston, Oct. G. Taylor Spink of St. Louis, has been named as the official scorer for the national com mission, and the Baseball Writers' as soeiation chapters of Beaton and Brooklyn were given the right to H12 nominate one member In each city to 1913 act as second official scorer in his 1914 home city. The visiting scorer will not act in an official capacity while away from home. After naming the list of eligible players of the two clubs and announc- ing 'that the commission would inem. for further business at 3 p.m. in Bos- ton, Friday, October 6, the confer- ence adjourned. Name Eligible Players The commission announced the elig- ible players as follows: Uoslon V. Carrigau, manager; Agnew, Barry, Cady, Foster, i Gainer Gardner, Gregg, Hennksen, I Hoblitzel. 'Hooper, Jones, Leonard Lewis, Mays, McNally, Ruth Scott Shore, Shorten. Thomas, Wag- ner Walker Walsh and Wyckott. i Brooklyn Robinson; manager; Appletou, Cutshaw, Coombs, Cheney Daubert, Dell, Gets, Johnston; Miller, Mails, Myers, Merkie, -Mar; Meyers. Mowrey, Bison, O-j Mara Pfeffer, Rucker, Smith, StengcJ and Wheat. ____ REFUSES TO APPEAR j BEFORE JUDGE HAOQARTi Winnipeg, Oct. P. Wilson, crown counsel in tho case of the four newspapermen jailed for contempt by Judge Gait, has complicated the ceie brated case by refusing to when the case comes before Mr. Jus: Ucc Haggart Friday. He says as long OK the men are not in custody there is no excuse for iiie writ, and the crown will not make appearance. Hf insists the present process is mos Irregular, and that if it is adjudicates without the men being placed in ells tody it will constitute an extraordinary precedent in the Ijominion. Winners Providence. N. L. Chicago, N. L St. Louis, A. A Detroit, N. L New York, N. L N'ew York, N. L. Louisville, A. A Boston, A. A New York, A. A Cleveland, A. A Baltimore, A. A Baltimore, A. A Boston, A. L New York, N. L. Chicago, A. L- Chicago, N. L 1908 .Chicago, N. li. 1909 Pittsburg, N. L..... 1910 Philadelphia, A. L. Philadelphia, A. L. Boston, A. L-....... Philadelphia, A. L. Boston, N. L....... Boston, A. L. Games Won 3 a 4 10 10 6 3 5 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Losers Metropolitan, A. A. St. Louis, A. A..... Chicago, Nr. L...... St. Louis, A. A..... St. Louis, A. A..... Brooldyn, A. A. Brooklyn, N. L..... Cleveland, N. L. Baltimore, N. L. Baltimore, "N. L-. Cleveland, N. L.. Boston, N. L...... Pittsburg, N. L. Philadelphia. A. L. Chicago, L...... Detroit, A. L...... Detroit, A. L...... Detroit, A. L...... Chicago. N. L...... New York, N. L. New York, N. L. New York, N. L. Philadelphia, A. L. Philadelphia, N, L. Games Won 0 2 i 4 0 0 1 0 1 3 1 1 3 1 2 "3 1 0 1 game. Surprisingly Cough Syrup Made at Home Little Ml If RtxirUblr SLATED FOR SENATQRSHIP Ottawa, Oct. 5.-Charles E. Tanner I K.C., former Conservative leader in ''tlie Nova Scotia Legislature, who was defeated in the provincial elec- tion in May, is slated to suceed, in the Senate, Hon. David McKeen, ap- pointed Lieutenant-Governor Lethbridge shortly, Including Rusicll- GIRL OFFERS AN EYE TO RESTORE SIGHT TO FRENCH SOLDIER Paris, Oct. young English girl has written to Dr. Rochon Duvigueaud, offering to give one of her eyes to a soldier who Las last his sight serving France. The girl, who lives in North Shields, had read a recent statement bv 'Dr Duvigneaud, one of the most famous oculists in France, that it was possible to save the sight of a man wounded in the eye by grafting a por- tion of the cornea of another .person. In her letter she said: "If you believe that there is one chance in a million, I will give you one of my eyes for a soldier who has France. I such as an inventor or officer at great value. "If my offer is accepted rshall con> slder myself Bunder an obligation to you for permitting me to be of usa to my country in the only, way possibly for me. Major Allan D. Connors o( former accountant of the Banlc of Nova Scotia, and for some time engaged as a real estate and oil broker in that city, died as a result of wounds on. Sept. 23. He left Calgary in August, 1915, with the 14th company, Armjr Service but; transferred. to the 10th battalion shortly after the his- toric battle of Sf; Julien. Ha wag awarded the Military-Cross on the King's birthday for illustrious service You'll never really know what a fine much you can make until yon Site this Jamous homc-mado remedy. not only save f2 a> compared with ready-made kind, hut you will also If a more effective and dependable irdr in every wav. It overcomes the to.rcowhlnnroat.or chat 'cold, in even waoopins couuh ounces of Tinex (SO cents worth) from any Rood drug store, pour t into a 16-oz. bott and fill the hottle ritli plain Eranulated sugar syrup. Here have 18 fnmih the most effective caucll i irfup that money can cost of oilT 54 cents or Ifncvcr spoils. The prompt and positive results given bv this pleasant tastinz cough syrup j ave caused it .to be used m more homes auy other remedy. It quickly i dry, hoarse or tight icals tho inflamed membranes that line ;he throat .nd bronchial and rc- comes almost immediately. Splen- did for throat licklc, hoarseness, bron- chitis, croup and bronchial asthma. Fnra is highly concentrated com- pound "of genuine Norway pine -TSnfr g.n'e'r.ffo'nr.onLro.J 'SI don't ne else. A Ku.rantec of absolute sat- faclion or money promptly refunded, with, this preparation. Jhis.Pmcl Co., Torsnto, Out. would prefer to give my eye to one to whom it would be especially useful. See The New FORD Before Selecting a Car f.o.b. Letbbridge Let you the famous YANKEE TIRE PUMP It fits any car and blows up any tire. Price only And a General Line of Accessories attention given to Re- solicit your Ford business. Ford Garage Open-Day and Third Ave. S., Phone 633. ;