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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 191S THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE lift ALEXANDER PITCHES 3 TO 1 Philadelphia Takes First Clash in World's Champion- ship Series on Home Opposed Alexander in Box for Boston FIRST INNINGS up. There was H 'delay until ;i moving1 picture man coulii bo sent from the fiultl. Hooper singled over -second. .The Boston crowd "howled. Scott up next sacri- ficed, Alexander to Luderus, Hooper uoing to second. Speaker, after hav- ing two strike, walked. Alexander appeared nervous, 'lloliiitsul forced Speaker, Bancroft to Nie.hofi. Hoop- "cr went to third. Lewis up. Hoblit- zel was caught ofl first, Alexander to LiHfrrus. No runs, OUR hit, no irrrois. up first struck out on a foul to Han- ci'oft (lied out to Barry. 1'nstol foul- ed'out to Hbhlitzcl. No runs, no hits, no errors. SECOND INNINGS shot a hot single to lofb field, after having two strikes. (iardncr sacrificed, Alexander to Lu- dcru.s, Lewis went to second. Harrv liit to Alexander who threw to Stock to head oil Lewis, at third. Stock threw to Bancroft, who touched the runner out. In the meantime Barry went to second ou a fielder's choiec. Cady struck out after having tierce litt.'.s and. two strikes; Burns saved Alexander's wild pitch by a nice stop. runs, one hit, no errors, Cravath up. The crowd gave the home run hitter a big hand when he came to uat, while ithe outfielders hack out against the fences. Grayat-h walked. Barry took Luderus grounder and touched Cra- vath ou the line. Luderus was safe at first, Barry's throw, being late to catch the runner. up. Luder- .us was out stealing second base, Cady to Barry. Shore had fine speed and a puzzling curve. ed. Niehoff struck out. "No runs, no liits, no errors. THIRD INNINGS out, -NiehofT to Luderus. Hooper up. Alexander work- ed his low half on tlie Boston batter. Hooper fiicd out to Whitted, who had hack up to make the catch.Scott shot a finer "to left centre for a sin- gle. Speaker fiicrf-out lo: .Wh'ittsd. No IUHS, onv; hit, no errors. flfed out fto Scott.' Alexander up. The stands gave the Philadelphia pitcher a -great cheer. Alexander scratched an infield hit which Cfardner could not field in time. Stock'forced Alexander, Gard- ner to- Bancroft -went out to Hoblitzel unassisted. No one errors. FOURTH INNINGS BOSTON was .out by Niehofi. Lewis fanned after' having three balls and two strikes, the crowd howled. Gardner put a single over the second base. Barry out to Cravath. No runs, one hit; no errors. got a single to right. It was a Texas lea- guer. Cravath sacrificed, Shore to Hoblitzel, Paskcrt going .to second. Lmiorus up. Barry threw out Luder- us, Packet taking third. up. Paskcrt scored on Whitted's 'slow intield hit, which Harry could not field in lime. Niehoff up. Whiltcd stole second, Cady's throw being high. Niehoff out, Scott to Holsliixcl. One run. two hits, no errors. FIFTH INNINGS Shore. Kuth was out at first. Luder- us, unassisted. Henriksen wunt to second. Hooper (lied to, Luderus. No runs, no hits, one error. AM Hooper, r. f... 5 Scott, Speaker, c. f.. 2 threw out Cady. j HohllUol, lb.. 4 Shore Kindled over second. Hooper j Lewis, 1. f. 4 popped out li> Bancroft. Scott forced j Gardner, 3h... TJ Shorn, Niehotl to Bancroft. No runs, Barry, lib. out; hit, no errors. Cady PHILADELPHIA Burns fanned, xiieiidrixsen Alexander (lied out to Lewis. Slock Shore, p..... was safe on Shore's nimble of hisjxxltuth..... Bancroft hit to Shorn who threw him out. No runs, no hits, one error. SIXTH INNINGS BOSTON Speaker fiied out to who made a nice catch. lloblilzel -singled to right, Cravath! almost making a shoestring catch. [Stock, I.Lewis fanned, lIobiitKCl stealing sec-1 Bancroft, s. s. wu! as the batter struck out. Hard- iPaskert, c. ,f. i nor filed out to Burns. No runs, one Cravatli, r. f.. i hit, no errors. v LudiM-us, lb. PHILADELPHIA-Paskct out by wiiitted, 1. f.. I'he Sliore-IIoblitzel route. Cravath Niehoff. 2b. (lied out to Speaker. Luderus up. Burns, i-. xHatte'J for Cady in xxBatted for Shore in 9th. PHILADELPHIA Barry three out Luderus. .No runs, not hits, no errors. SEVENTH INNINGS singled over short. [Cady sacrificed, Alexander to Ludcr- I us; "Harry took second. Shore struck out. Hooper fanned. No runs, one hit, no errors. flied out Alexander, p. PO 0 4 1 1 10 1 7 0 HERRMANN SENDS REPLY TO CHALLENGE Chicago, Woeah- inan, president of the Chicago club of tho Federal league Unlay received a reply to hfs Iricgraui chiillcngiiiK the winners of the National and Arnericab league pennants ior series to settle tho world's championship title in ma- jor league baseball August Herr- mann, chairman of Hit; National Com- mission, in replying lo tho challenge, said be had sent a copy of it to his colleagues "for their information and consideration." It's many years ago since ducks have come down from the north in such huge Hocks as is Mie cast; this year. of Lcthbridgf! jux; having a harvest this season. The birds are seen on every marsh, lake and slough and they me proving easy to hag withal. of ijcthh ridge's most ardent devotees of the sport took a jaunt out to n small lake about ton miles from the city yesterday morning and filled Iheir bag to the extent of six- teen dticks in less than ah hour's shouting. Then; is only one drawback the hunters have to contend 'with. That I is deep water and -high weeds. The birds are often lost after beinj; shot. A good dog bvc'ix'nmes Ihis drawback, however. GUNBOAT iS WINNER New York, N.Y., Oct. [Smith outfought Al Reich, former nm- jiUeur heavyweight chiirnnfon, in a 10- j round bout last night. .Smith took the honors in every round, Jabbing and i hooking his opponent almost at will. NO SENIOR RUGBV IN WINNIPEG THIS FALL Winnipeg, Man., Ocl. There will be no uunlor rugby in Winnipeg this year. 'Owing; to the Victoria club cropping out of the series, owing to the war policy followed by the club, flie -Tigers had no opposition. Tho 'Intermediate and junior teams will go ahead with their schedule on Saturday. 'HERE'S YOUR CHANCED OUR GREAT SALE '11 12 1 Score by innings: Boston........... Philadelphia.. 000 100 02x- bases: Hot'iitzel; earned runs: Boston to Lewis, who made tlie catch near j Philadelphia 3; saerafice hits: the left Jlcld fence. It looked like a Gardner, Cady, Cravath; left on bas- home run when it started. Nieholi went out, Shore to Hoblitzel. Burns up. Barry threw out Burns, a pretty fielding play.-No runs, no hits, no errors. EIGHTH INNINGS es: Boston Philadelphia 5; first base on errors: Boston 1, Philadel- phia 1; bases on ba'ils: off Alexander 2, Shore -i; struck out: by Alexander 6, Shore 2. plate, Klem; bases, 0'- popped out to koughlin; left field, Evans; right Bancroft: Speaker walked. Hoblitzel [field, Time of game, 3.58. up. Stock threw out HohliUel, i-------------------------------------------- Speaker going to second, Lewis up. Speaker scored on Lewis' single to tcft. Lewis went to second on led throw to the plate. Gardner fiied to Paskcrt, who cut oft a sure hit. One run, one hit, one error. PHILADELPHIA Alexander up. Barry threw out Alexander. Stock walked. Bancroft-got a hit when Scott was slow in covering the ball to take Barry's throw of Bancroft's grounder. Paskct walked and the bases were full! Cravath .up. Stocv scored when Scott threw out Cra- vath at first. Lwim-iis up. Bancroft scored on Luderus" infield hit, 6Pas- kert went to third. Whitted up. Time was called while Luderus left the field for a moment. Luderus out try- ing to Scott. Two runs, two hits, no errors. NINTH INNINGS fanned. He missed the third strike by a foot. Henriksen batted for Cady. Uutff batted for t real shaving relief! HERE'S a way to'end "razor "after sting" and .all .other shaving nuisances. Use this new and entire-' You can-prove this by this ly different Shaving novel test. Shave one side of Cream. It results: In a f your face with Mermen's and quicker, cooler, easier other side with the pre- with no bite and paration you now use1. See sting attached. whatdifTerentresultsyouget. Send lOc for trial tube and can of Talcum Send lOc with your name and address. We will mall you medium nited of Menncn'i and also a email tin of Mcnnan'i Talcum for Men-iood for after shavinff be- causo it dcMfl inot lahow. Teur this out and send it to H. F, Ritchie Dept. McCaul St.. Toronto. H. MAYER Successor to J. B. Reuter, 120 Fifth Street South Lethbridge, Alta. Phone 665 Notice to Our Patrons: Al we hive to ciih for III our purehuei, we are forced lo >lk tame from our cuitomeri. Out-of-town orderc, cub mult accompany order. Boer, .per case 2 dozen Beer, per case 2 dozen Export Beer, per ease 2 Export Beer, per ease 2 ijSx. Is now taking place at 606 Third Ave. South and you will never have just sucK another chance of filling your Winter Re" quirements. The cold weather is coming on and you will be needing warm UNDERWEAR, GLOVES, SHIRTS, SOCKS, ETC. GET THEM NOW You'll understand how it can be done when you read our offer below and our reasons for making it. and save money. How Professor Bltszt with his Bit ay to scope went after the 7th point. Of course you'll know better. You'll try tlie gum instead. 1 Crowded with flavor. GRIT 3 Grumble-proof Sterling From a daylight factory Untouched by hands SUITS 28 only heavy weight Fall mid Winlcr Suils in brown, grey and heather mixtures. Also a few worsteds. Regu- lar and PLUM PRICE Any Other Suit 15% Off OVERCOATS These are very special and include full length coats with either velvet or extra deep collars. Extra heavy weights.' Regular to Any Other Coat 15% Off HATS This is a clearing line of "Redmond" and "Boulter Waugh" Fedoras. These are broken ranges, or we should get our full price. Regular and PLUM PRICE Any Other Make 15% Off REMEMBER! All our Hoods are standard makes, by reliable houses, and our guarantee and their's is behind every article we sell. As we are vacating these premises the end of this month, we are anxious to have as few goods on our hands for removal as possible, and to achieve this object we are placing the entire stock- at-ydur mercy at of ,j off regular marked prices. This is surely a chance you cannot afford to miss, for the quality of our goods is a well established fact, and our well known system of pricing in the first instance on .the lowest possible basis, and strictly adhering to that policy, ensure you a square deal and excep- tional values even under normal conditions. It should need no extravagant arguments on our part to convince you that with an added advan- tage of 15% discount you will never have a more favorable opportunity of supplying your future needs in CLOTHING, SHOES, SHIRTS, UNDER- WEAR; in fact with everything requisite for the WELL DRESSED MAN SHOES .Tusl 2 clearing "Leader" and "High Merit" brands, either tan or black. An extra plum. Regular and PLUM PRICE Any Other Make 15% Off UNDERWEAR A limited, quantity only of Slanfield's and 'Tiger heavy wool garments. Be early for these. Regular 25.: PLUM PRICE Any Other Make 15% Off SHIRTS It's a shame to make a cnt on these, but we are doing so to induce you to come and examine our other bargains. Regular and PLUM PRICE S5c. Any Other Make 15% Off DON'T FORGET We have never purchased a cent's worth of goods for "SALE" purposes, so in filling your wants at this sale you can depend upon securing only reliable goods. WE GUARANTEE IT. CAPS You'll need one of for cold or windy weather. Either with or without ear- protectors. Regular PLUM PRICE 95c Any Other Make 15% Off SWEATERS 13 only of these All Wool Sweaters in combination col- ors. is an unlucky num- you happen to miss securing one. Regular to PLUM PRICE Any Other Make 15% Off PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON PCAVOUM MADE IN CANADA Suitable r'xwirds the disei RE AD As Inducement to you to come and examine our stock and the of thin Balf, we arc today offering a few SPECIAL PLUMS As enumerated in this advt. The supply- of these is limited, so come early if you want to secure one of these bargains. They are .cut down to practically cost and arc sure to bring tfce crowds. (Set here before the other man. It will pay yon to be-early at THE JAaS.ROSE REMOVAL SALE ;