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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1915 GOTHIC THE NEW1 ARROW a Mr COLLAR IT FITS THE CRAVAT LEADS LEAGUE IN COBB HAS PROBABLY BEST SEASON OF HIS GREAT CAREER Chicago, Oct. Cobli, of Detroit, continues to lead the Am- HOW PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON TEAMS STACK UP ,__________ Q________________________________--- _ ONLY BEST TWIRLERS WILL BE HEARD FROM IN BIG CLASH New York, Oct. As was the case last season with different clubs' involved, I'hiiidclphlii and Uoston will Ciitcr llic present struggle, lor the prize of the baseball universe with the same numerical strength in. the pitching department. j Both the Phillies anil the Red Sox! have eight pitchers who can be call- ed to the niouml by Managers Moran and Carrlgan, hut it is likely that not more than halt this force of hurl- crs will be started during the series The Phillies' pitching stall includes Alexander, Uemnrec, McQullan, Itix- cj% ('.Miners, Mayer, Tincup and Baumgartner. Tlic lied hurling force, includes Foster, Leonard, Ruth, Shore, Wood, Gregg, Collins and Mays. crican League batsmen. Averages pub- lished recently show the Georgian hitting .368, while Eddie Collins, .ol Chicago, is the runner-up 3D points behind. Fourhier. tcam-mata, of tho lins, is next with -djo. ucners ,__ BETTING ON WORLD'S .SERIES Thousands upon thousands of dollars will change bunds In the betting on the world's series this season. It wll'l be tile biggest betting proposition that baseball has seen in many a year. Here are the popular figures ijuoted: S to 2 that the Red Sox beat the Phillies. f- to 4 that the Phillip win the first game. Ii to 4 that Alexander wins two games of the series. 8 to 2 that Crarath sets a larger total of bases on bis hits than does Speaker. Several of these pitchers have not figured to any extent in thii season's play and it is possihle that Pitcher. Alexander have played' in at least hall or the games are: Speakfir, Boston, .320 Jlclimis, Philadelphia, .310 Jack- Bon, Chicago, .312 Vcach, Detroit, .311; Kirkc, Cleveland, .302 praw- Jord, Detroit, Phila- delphia, .387 Uaincr, Boston, Cobb continues as the leading run- getter with 142, five liehind tho American League record he made in a Oil. In. total bases he leads wit! 265, Sam Crawford, also of Detroit, being a close second with 261. In stolen bases Cobb, who set a new record for the last week, promises to run his tota into the century mark. He now has S3 thefts to his credit. In'the National League, Luderus of Philadelphia, New .York, are .tied for first place in bat- ting honors, each with an average of ,317. Following arc: Hinchm'an, U'ittsburg, .307 Griffith. Cincinnati, ,.306 Daubert, Brooklyn, .305- Rob- ertson, New York, .289 ;-Mcrkle, New York, .289; Snyder, St. Louis, .287; Collins, Pittsburg, .291 Long, St. Louis, .271. EAT LESS'AND TAKE SALTS FOR KIDNEYS ,Takc glais of Salti If your. .Back or Bladder box scores when the final reckonings are made of the series of 1915. Those most likely" to go to the McQuillan fiix-ey Chalmers Baumgartner Tincup Pitcher. Wood Philadelphia PA.' .763 .559 .542 .500 '.455 .42'J The American men juust guard' constantly and women ____ ___ against Kid- ney trouble, because we eat too much and all our food is rich. Our blood is filled with uric acid which the kid- iies's strive to they weaken irom overwork- become sluggish, the eliminatlve clog and the re- sult Is kidney-trouble, bladder weak- ness and a general decline in health. When your kidneys feel like lumps of. lead; your back hurts or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment or you are obliged to peek relief two or three times during the night; If you suffer with sick headache or dizzy, nervous ispells, acid stomach, or you have rheumatism when, the weather is get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts t take a table Kpbbnfiil in a glass -of- water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fa- mous.-salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined lithia, and has .been used for generations to flush clogged kidneys; to and stimulate neutralize the ccias-in.the Urine so it no longer is a, source of irritation thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Saltav is inexpensive; cannot Injure, makes a delightful efferves cent lithla-wator leverage, and be niG'-uid as national leaguers are Alex- ander, Depiaree, Mayer, McQuillan, Rixey and Chalmers, while the Am- erican pitchers will probably he Fos- ter, Leonard, Ruth, Shore, Wood anil Ruth Gregg. Gregg Comparison of Pitchers Shore For the purpose of comparison the Foster pitching! hatting and fielding aver- Leonard ages of the boxmcn of both the Red Collins Sox and Phillies are appended. Mays Boston PA. ......739 .714 .70S ......704 ......700 .......455 .400 DA. .178 .213 .188 .069 .178 .188 BA. .331 .294 .095 .274 .286 .280 .250 support of the Phillies, who it one of the likely twlrjers of this world's serins BASEBALL The Herald, as usual, will carry a full account of the World's busebal'i series. Full reports oT each guino will be day. Kirst news expected about noon each day, 'Phone 1224. LOOK HERE THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., I.L. D., D.C.UPreiMent ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manner JOHN Ain't General frr V. C. BROWN, Superintendent ol Ci-ntml Wialorn CAPITAL fUND, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rate allowed on all deposits of and upwards. Careful attention is given to every account. Smalt account! arc welcomed. Accounts may be opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened hi ihe names of two or more drawals to made by any one of 'them or by the survivor. W23 Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgi C.P1 REPORT SHOWS BIG PACK) FA .992 .98 1.000 .981 .930 .97 FA. .904 .862 1.000 .972 .9781 .901 1.000 .937 Freight Increase As an illustration, lite number of tons 01 freight Uailic hauled one mile in the year covered by the report was 82 per cent, greater than in 1905, but it required only 17 per cent, additional train miles to per- form ihe service. Improved gradiants. double tracks, better terminal facilities, larger lo- comotives and cars, you to earn per freight train mile in the last, year, as against in lOOii, an improvement of 61 per cent. although there had been a substantial reduction -of freight rates in the meantime. '.'Taking everything into account, I feel that we may accept the outcome of the year as evidence of strong- ly entrenched position of the pany anil may look forward to future with buoyant confidence., "In these when so many na- lions are engaged in a bloody and expensive war, when the financial machinery of the world is out of gear SOUTH ALBERTA BRANCH CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUNS Last year's contributions to .the Canadian Patriotic-Fund are now exhausted. A year, ago it was thought that about 1000. soldiers' families -in Alberta would "receive aid from the fund; at the present Alberta families are being cared for. Increased need requires a new appeal for funds. Canadians did .their duty last year. They will do it this year. If you cannot go to ihe.front, yon can help to support the families of those who have gone. will be distributed in Alberta this year. Of this amount will be distributed to families in the South Alberta'district. 1C the'-people of Alfaerta contribute one half of the amount required in, this province, the 'balance iwill be made up in parts of Canada where fewer familier, require aid and where. the rate of enlistment is not so high as here. Alberta ttandi fint in provincial rate of enlistment in Canada. The fund is a national one as much as the army; just as a man when he? enlists becomes a member of the army at a to Patriotic Fund becomes part of the national fund. The neetla of localities are met by the Canadian Patriotic Fund, regardless of contributions from districts. The Committee does not sit in judgment on., any'man'who. does .not wear and general-business conditions are j the khalii. Those who stay at home; ho.wever, are asked to. contribute ..is NOTED HUMORIST MAKES SOME ORIGINAL COMMENT PHILLIES 'HAVE ONE PITCHER AND RED SOX NINE SAYS HE The inimitable humorist, Ring W. Lardncr, has a thing- or two to say about the world's series. To wit "In comparing .world's series riv- als, man for man, it is customary to start with the catehors. Eddie Burns, who will have the bulk of the work for tho Phillies, is inferior to Cadj and also to Carrigan Last yeai llank Gowdy was rated a mutt alongside of Sohang and Lapp. So look out for Eddie Burns We now come to the pitehers. The Phillies have, one and tJie Red Sox nine, or one for each inning. But if the game should happen to go extra innings, Carrigan -would have to hire somebody from out of town. "All things considered, the Phillies have a big advantage, in this depart- ment. By the time Alexander has litched three or four successive games COULDN'T SHAVE HIS MOUSTACHE UNTIL THE PHILLIES WON PENNANT An amusing incident or the Phil- lies' victory at Boston, when they cinched the gonfalon occurred the grand stand at the end of the game. A fan who had travelled from Philadelphia for the express purpose of seeing Moran cinch the bunting, calmly took out'a copy mirror, a razor- and some which ho carried in a bottle, and placing the glass on the .hack of his seat, began to -shave off his moustache. It later developed that the incumberance on his upper lip was a'matter of 15 years' growth, for in 1900 he made a. bet that he would never shave his until the Phillies -won a pennant. NATIONAL First New York............. 0 Boston.'........ 1 I Palermo and Dooin; Hughes and Gowdy, Second game: New York.. Boston an advantage, for there's _no othe second baseman on the phillj team ------1 r-------- II il. t f UlKlClUIill UI1 Uln full ,x ill all the weakness o the to b nto and Boston hatters and also will t J had more world's series .eipcntnce nls than anybody on the Red Sox ho has been warmed up ever since April. As for knowing how to pitch, Wood and: Collins of Carti- gan's crew usually have their nood- es with them, and'the Philadelphia staff is a smart-Aleck, too. He Favors Luderus first base we have Luderus and Hoblitzel and- two .'of sympathize with the kaiser. The "oth- er one's from Fort Wayne. Luderus lits left-handed and-: the other two don't hit Hoblitzel will probably ba :hero for the Red Sox: most 6! the lime, as Gainer is about due-to: sus- tain his quartcrlv fracture Luderus' longs m every home, because nobody iirst name is Fred, Hobliztsel's Dick, phiii.ps Thi fS? S51 Phila- The rival shortstops are Scot and Bancroft. Neither one has take part in a world's series before, bu they'll each have a good chunk the" money this time. The lucky stiffs "It's about a toss-up between Lar ry Gardner and .Bobby. Bryne third; As for Milton Stock, I know nothing. I'd rather have Bethlehem 'Steel or General Motors ot Max well 1st pfd. .Comparisons Are. Odious "In right field Cravath and Hoop- er are botto Caliiorniaus, so yoi might think there was no advantage on either side. But Crayath one played with the Red Sov. while Hooper never saw the day when h< is makes drtphia a decided advantage "The Red Soi also have two sec- kidney flushing any time J D Hlg. inbotbam ft Co, Umited, Druggists Barry and Wagner and the opposing team n have jomeJ ers, but if they both trj to play at thinkl Bo3ton hafno MAl Mmost 8000 recruits the colors in Toronto Lsistant shortstop to since the beginning of Julr for overseas once, 're likely to get in each the Red Sox into Icr. other's way This Philadelphia H. MAYER Successor to J. B. Reuter, 120 Fifth Street South Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 665 Notice to Our Patrons: As we cash far all our purchases, wa are forced te ask same from our customers., Out-of-town orders, cash< must aceempany order. Beer, per case 2 dozen Beer, per case 2 rlozeu Pints........S1.25 Export Beer, per nose 2 Am Quarts. -S2.SO Export Beer, per case 2 Pints.. The deception is kept up until a fl; ball is hit into centre fielfl. .Speakel is V better, lieldir a better batsman, a better base-runner, and a quickei thinker than his. rival. Otherwiseithe advantage is all ''The rival left fielders, Lewis and Whitted, both boast the first name George and are therefore jtood wait- Ms Whitteil is the luckiert stiff the world, with the possible excep- tion. of, Franklin P. Adams NATIONALS NOT GOING WEST Montreal, Que., Oct, Nationals, lacrosse champions of east- ern Canada, will not play New West- minster, a series of games for 'the Minto Cup and the championship of the Dominion. This was stated today by the National executive. RUGBY TALENT SCARCE AT SASK. UNIVERSITY Saskatoon, Sask., Oct." the ]end of the first of the. Uniler pity term, it has become a practical certainty that .the coHege boys will be ultahle to )orm a rugby team worthy to plov In senior company, and it is .a fairly prediction "-that the best of the 'Varsity rflil within the be out with the city squad) The war has caused this dearth' ot talent K i COMING "The Spoilers" Orplieiint OCTOBER 14th, 15th, lit Tesreau and Ragau and Gowdy. First game: Brooklyn C S 1 Philadelphia 9 11 Marquard, Mail and WTieat; Dem aree, Mayer, Alexander and Burns. Second game: Brooklyn.. 2-7 Philadelphia :I......... 3 7 'Dell and Wheat; Oeachger and Ad ams. AMERICAN First game: Boston J 6 York............. 1 4 Schorr, Leonard. Wood and Cady; Mogridge and Schawert. Second game: Boston'............... 4 9 2 New York............. 2 6 Ruth and Thomas; Tipple and Al- exander. First game: Philadelphia fi 10 0 Washington 4 11 2 Richardson, Morrissette and Lapp; AjTes, Gallia ami Henry. Second game Philadelphia .451 Washington 022 Perkini, Bently, Boeh- ling and Williams CHICAGO CITY SERIES National., n 11 0 Americans......... 9 17 0 Vaughn -and Bresnahan; Scott, Russell and Schalk. Why Your Home Needs Zam-Buk. Apart from nsing Zam-Buk for Eczema, Piles, Ulcers, and Skin Diseases, hardly a week puses but lonw member of your family snstalna some sllfht Injury. Whenerer the akin Is broken there Is danger of blood poison; and Zam-Buk applied immediately averts this danger. Zam-Bul, Ihe great herbal ne.lc-, does away ill nsl A stronger antiseptic than carbolic, yet no pain when applied No can live uhcre Zzm Iluk is used More than this, Zam liuk qu cLly rchern Jkr rilin of so-cs and the rich herbal it contains so sttmulite the tisu that new healthy Am 13 formed nnd the uotmd or son V-MM m c y whv honM Zam-Buk, It only takes moment to apply Zam-Buk, and think of the hours, and perhapa years, of suffering It may save) Get the yonr children where the Zam-Bok box Is, A they'll do the resti becanse Zam.Bnk stops the pain. Zam-Buk a unlilte orilmary oint- ments in that it a purely herbal, v It not ronlun hinh pat- sotioui colonnc mitttr, or roarse animal Zam-Buk is Boothinj, and cure (or burns, 'bruisn, jxltf, tciaru, nfcera, prmpte, nld mcs. and all slin diseami' anil injuno. Refuse nsme-'gaoi-Kuk'V jabmwlitu bvfitf. SOc. all orcoslBaid Ikil CB Toronto, Free Trial Box will be sent on renlet of this amrw h. MBamfi, disturbed; it is not wise to make predictions, but everything points to marked. improvement ,in your revenue during the current fiscal year. The country has been bussed with a most bountiful; harvest and while the price of wheat is lower than it was a year ago, and it 'is still above the average, conditions, prevailing abroad should caflse a continued demand for this and'many of the other products. Conservatively estimated, the field crops Iiarveste-3 this autumn in the four provinces west of Lake Super- ior, will yield per, capita to the rur- al popiKatiori in these provinces more than twice as imir.h money as the rural population of the eight states directly south of them received per capita'for their field crops in 1914. "With agriculture as the most im- portant pedestal prosperity, any substantial, addition to -the in- come, and therefore, to the buying power of the agricultural community is reflected in every line of trade so that we. have reason to anticipate a decided betterment of the west-hound merchandise traffic. Land Sales "A substantial improvement in your land sales, acres in the much as possible, so that the soldiers' wives" and'children1 ma-yf "be properly maintained while the bread winners are fighting for the defence of tho Him pi re and of our homes. At this crisis, every Loyal British Subject is willing to do his (hare. Sometimes we hear the assertion thai the government of Canada should do the work now 'being carried on by the Canadian Patriotic Fund. Usually, those who advance this idea are "not'afble'to suggest how this might be done, nor do they appear to have-foreseen the results. The Canadian government cannot discriminate between families. The Government Separation Allow- ance is given without favor, alike to the wife of the millionaire and to that of the poor same sum. to each. The .wife -in the former case .has no claim because of need, while in the latter case the separation allowance alone is not sufficient to support the family, even on the most economical scale. the Patriotic Fund, acting with discrimination, considering the special circumstances of each case, brings up each family's income io reasonable level of subsistence, thus building on the foundation which, the government has laid: If the government supported all the soldiers' families, the majority Canadian "stay-at-homes" would be deprived of the privilege of. taking any part in the war. Loyal talk will not beat Germany, lien and money will. You surely cannot-cheer for the boys -when they come home unless YOU FIGHT or PAY, Subscribe to the Patriotic Fund and.hejp in every way you can. The accounts and (books of every branch are audited by the General of Canada. "Fight or Pay" GOD SAVE THE KING :ast three months, as compared POPULAR BOXER WILL acres in the same months last year; increased activity in the min- ing and smelting industries of south- ern British.'Columbia, larger ship- ments of lumber in the western mills to the interior are all; encouraging signs, indicating, as-they do, a par- tial restoration of confidence and a step in of norma times. "It is to.be hoped in anticipating that, at the close, of the war, am new conditions that will come with it, an organization will he perfected for unity of.action by the Dominion and and the important business in this country looking not onlv to the largest im migration possible, immigration o agriculturists, but to the develop- ment, more comprehensive scale than ever before of the vast natura resources ol the country on that the Canada may. he strength- ened to meet the financial obligations of tre country resulting from the war and ottier 'with which everybody is familiar Until the market improves, no special effort -will- te made to dis pose of anv portion of the four per cent, conscl iilated debentures stock amounting to representing advances made Jroni your treasury or the construction 'of additional railway mileage as there is m hand it present sufficient monej to meat all-your requirements for a consider- able period. Death of Two Leaders "The company has suffered a severe oss by the death of two of its most valued and esteemed ydirectors, Sir Sanford Fleming, who died July 22, nas associated with the Canadian Pacific lefdrt the organization of the present company; as organizer of the Dominion government, and became member of the boftrd of directors oi the company in 1885 'He attended he meetings of the board u ith ;reat egularity and took leen interest in he company's affairs until he was with the illness that finally proved fatal. Sir William Van Home, who passed auay September llth, oined the company as general man- ger at the end of toe vear 1881 and rom I hat'time until he retired from he presidency m he de imself to the administration of the nmpiuiy's affairs a whole heart and with confidence, during the period that thr through Imr of raihtav was under construc- tion and, when' its early completion nas a matter oi lital importance, his enrrgv, ability and ir.dominable courage of a that could not be he Ibed to 'see the enterprise attain proportions quite hcvond the most ambitious an- ticipations cf the earlier "The shareholders, well u his associates on the board ol vill, I am sure, always fberish bu 'it a meeting of the hoard subse- quently held, Sir Thomu O. ShuUKh- was re-elected president and Bury, vice-president of ihe comjunr, and the commit- tee nas appointed at fellows Rich- ard H Anns, aeons Burr, sir Her- bert M 'Holt, r- FIGHT HUNS NOW Medicine Hat, Alta.1, Oct. 7. Lauder, the game little one-time champion boxer of Canada, andMiero .of Calgary fans for many a has enlisted in the 82nd Ba't- talion. Billy came to Medicine Hat some time ago, and yester- day decided that he. would dp his "bit" for the great cause. WHITE KNOCKS OUT BALDWIN Boston, Mass., Oct. Biid- win of this city, New England light- weight chauipion, .was knocked out.'in the first round tonight in a 12-round match by Charlie White of It was the first-knockout ever scored ag- ainst Baldwin. NOTABLES. IN BRITISH CASUALTY LIST London, Oct. the pamea appearing In the casualty day, are those of Lord Nlhian Crich- tor Stuart, Lieut Col J B Mac.Queen, nephew of Viscount Haldane and Captain the Hon Gerald Legge. sec- ond son of.the Earl of Dartmouth, all of whom were killed in Lord Cnchton-Stuart is the fifth member of parliament been killed during the He was a mem ber of the lower house for Cardiff. His father was the third Marquis of Bute, who died John. KipHug of- the Guards, on'iy son of Rudyard Kipl-pg, re- ported In the latest prisoner back to the jail building, and' when Commissioner Mason calls op him on his way to Chicago, Kf.ly to safe inside the jail i 7v This programme, it was said, has been carried out since last Saturday night, when Kelly, arrived in Waukfc gan. Why They're Bought "I can ei-rtunlv say the Cm done a lot of good for me. Some four ears ago I could not vsuV up sfciirs, my feet and ankles Bit TBOBIM a, Sir Ednubil B. his parents were reluctant to allow him to enter the Array, bit the boy'in- sisted he snould assume his shnte of the war, and his father cicntuall} Ticlded Among others. given as 'deatl Jn yes terdsy's casualty lists arc Lieut TV T. Sheridan, a banker nnd grandson Of John Lothrop Motlev, and a great- Knndson of Richard Brinslev Sheri dun and Lieut Col Bertram P. Lefroj, of the Royal Warwickshnre Regiment KBLLY'g SOJOURN IN JAIL BEING MADE PLEASANT Chicago, 111, Oct the Winnipeg contractor, who is charged with comWIcIlv in the 000 Manitoba Parliament building praft scandal, vesierday, was takeri back to Lake County jail at Wauke- gan. The extradition hearing before [Tritej States Commissioner Mason continued nnttl October U, to give the law) era and Manitoba authorities time In which rerti Ned copies of their IdencB from Ca- nada Meantime Kelly's solourn in jar) will 111 be made as pleasant as possible' 4e spends a few noon each day inside the jail wai'.s night he Is taken to a hotel, where he It the best room a Waukecaii hcwtclry at- fords Each morning attar kreakfaat, a deputy r "-1fw, MRS J B, Camdeh East." GIN PILLS are Joe. a box, or 6, boiatv for 50 at all druggists. Sample sefll free if requested. 3O CfcsarfasJ Co. CamU. Usattesl, HIDNCTt What They Haw DOM I saffcnd gMt autf ytln also MdkiM. no raMtt. L Two ago I rMtl wf mA, m m mmtf papir of "CUT PILLS FOR TUB and fer hn all la. mHaUmi I ..__ feTtwo "or. IWKI, and I an iiitiilsa. aho Imnr, thM m He bssl rmMdy mfc I Mcd to nm to r ;