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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. OCTOHKU II, LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE FEED GRINDERS For Farmers Use Wo nianufacturo leveral of Roller Mill! and Plate Grind- ers. Substantial Heavy machinou at lower prices than many light- er machines; G. KISCIIEL LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS p.S.-WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF BOILER FLUES ON HAND. DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. HERALD SECTION Offlca SUbiM P, It. Freight PHONES: FOR SALE! 2000 Choice Calves Raised on the Mackie Ranch ENQUIRE OF A. H. Mayland LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANT ALBERTA STOCKYARDS, CALGARY PHONES: Office E5301 P. O. Recldenco W1139 Drawer "S" mm m m I Uii wwi BOSTON TAKES THE FOURTH GAME LUISIU LmUUVV I Latter a Brother of Tommy Burns-Contestants Box at 165 Pounds Sore At Champion Weeks Running Away Southern Alberta boxing fans will have their next opportunity to glimpse a contest in the squar- ed circle on Thursday evening, October 26th, when Young Ross of Winnipeg- now sojourning at Pur- ple Springs, will meet Eddie Bruc- so, younger brother.of Noah Brus- so, better known in the boxing world as Tommy Burns, one time heavyweight champion the world. Articles have been signed for the bout, which will be staged in the Majestic under the direc- tion of the Lethbridge Sports and Amusement Club. Young like his brother, and if lie fights like s is the challenger whom him the match here will b best over staged in Alberta, tides for the match (CONTINUED ntoar. FitoNT PAGE) iioiinced that Umpire QulKluy would give the decisions on halls and strikes, Umpire Dineen would take care of the hase decisions, while Umpire Connol- ly would KO iu fiwiu aim to left field. Marquard and Meyers are the bat- teries for Brooklyn. Leonard and Car- rigan are the battery for Bcntou. First Inning L'irsL threw out Hoo- per. Janvrin up. will play one of the', centre field for Hoslon, batting third. hit tlirt'iigb Gardner, Murk to nolii? to second. Cutshaw Hied out to runs, two hits, IHJ errors- Sixth Inning struck out, a victim of Cheney's spittor. Scott alsn fanned. Carrigan (trove a long single .to left. Leonard v'.......... 0110 hit, no f-rrors. The ar-iJfmvrin .struck out, missing the lUinl originally 'strike by a foot. Walker also field, battlnn second. Merkle will re- 'place Dauhert at first bast; and hat third. GALLANT YOUNG BRITISH GENERAL KILLED ,.-.N. no I Howell wus mentioned in cliR- a look Junvrin's bunt ami threw to Olson in time to got Hooper. I Olson threw out Walker, Janvnn Ink- grounder and threw wildly past firsi ned for October Iflth. but Thanksgiving Day, box for Brooklyn. For years the base- -v. flyers scoreu WIICM j........ b f Brooklyn. For years the Dase- over Weeks running out on 1 m with- Cut8haw.s grounder. Wheat went to w has to 3eK Rucker out giving him a mate i foi inch he the lrst llab ,-o.ted u or safely., Carrigan tried to piclc Cut-1 came up {0 the ag big shaw off first. On an attempted double i a watermelon. Cutshaw robbed steal Wheat wo off third. Car- G dner a hit Scott fouied to to Janvrin to Gardner; Cutslmw t second on the play. Mowrey about two years ago. Fulton to a standstill Hoss fought I will therefore be somewhat in the na-. Although the ture of a j HAULING TO LET Fulton to a standstill aiinougu uie referee awarded the decision to Fnl- Ross wins he will be considered one of the best of the: staged about two weeks after the the decision over Hoss-Hrnsso go. There are lialt a Second Inning First walked. 20 000 bushles o[ wheat liauling to let a nine (9) cents per bushel. For immediate delivery !rom aec. 30-S-13f to elevator at Brassy bake. No accom- modation furnished. Ross was more In the nature of en courngement than anything else. A.B for Eddie Brnsso, he is following in his brother's footsteps. Qnard losing control of his fast ball. Lewis doubled against the right field wall. Hoblitzel going to third. Hob- litzel and Lewis scored on Gardner's homo ran drive iu t'ue centre field fence. The Boston crowd S following nuycn LU He is built the best within the next ten weeks. dozen other matches on the tapis, and to tue echo Wheat dropped the Lethbridge Sports and Amusement.; long ir-n.s am] the batter made Club hopes to have three or four ot j ae.collll_ Carrigan sacrificed, Marquard i to Merkle. Scott going to third. Leon- ard struck out. Hooper went out to i runs, two hits, one Press Men Hang threw out 01- son, making a pretty stop near tile foul line. Meyers walked. Marquard's f grounder "was taken by Leonard who On Saturday nif-'ht at the Dominion i threw him out at first. Meyers going "levs the sccomfgame of the Herald to second. 'Scott threw out Johnston Bowling League was pulled off, the; at runs, no hits, no errors. Press room strong men taking .the j Third Inning Comps into camp by the score of 305j made a nice Gardner of a hit. Scott fouled to Morkle who dropped the ball. Olson threw out Scott. Carrigan struck out. runs, no hits, one error. Second throw out Mer- kle. Wheat sent up a high fly to Wal- ker. Cutshaw line-fliei) to No runs, no hits, no errors. Ninth Inning First, struck out. Hoo- per singled to right and when Johnston "I i fumbled-the ball. Hooper shot to sec- one Jlar- ontl. Hooper was out stealing, Meyers to Mowrey. Janvrin struck runs, One hit, one error. Second flied to Lewi who took the hall from the centre field stands. Olson walked. Meyers forced Olson, Janvrin to Scott. Sten- gel ran for Meyers. Getz batted foi Rucker. Gardner threw Getz out at runs, no hits, no errors. O. T. Lathrop Grassy Lake. nun; UGUII 1001....0. _ TUnvrie -ith Canadian oauanoii, ware Jrooklyn Nationals resumed their the heap. The game was a nalr-raiser from (start to finish. The Press bunch cleaned up the Comps wi'h impunity I last Saturday night and were looking AUTOMOBILE LIVERY Open or Closed Car Rates to Any Part of City One'Person 50c 3 persons Country Trips, 15c per mile H. KING Money to Loan W. F. NELSON CO. Alberta Loan Block, Lstibridie, i for easy pickings last night. The Edits rather spiked the guns of the basement crowd when they rang in; Buchanan, who in hia initial appear-; Filmel. anc.e on the alleys iu a game of five pins hung up the high score of the evening with 47, and high total of 07' for the three games. Torrauce was 1 next high total with 92, and Kane of i the Press third with 90, high individual with 41 in his second The Comps and Linos clash on Sat- urday night. The Edits then meet the romps next- Tuesday night, and on the following Saturday the five-pin series ends with a game between the Linos and the Press. The scores of last night's games: 111 Comps 39 20 S3 73 PLUMBING HEATING GAS FITTING WALKER HQLBERTON 516 Fourth Avenue S. Long GrofE Buchanan Torrance Shsntz j Hayter i Kane Cain Parkes Edit 32 14 47 2C 26 146 Press IS 23 26 27 11 30 29 40 20 behind them a lodge e Elks numbering close upon 150, Mes srs. Home and Barnes, Dominion or 89 ganizera, left Friday for Edmonton. Scott took Wheat filed out -No runs, no hits, no errors. Fourth Inning _ i First shot a grounder 111 fol. a single. Marquard tried i to fool him on a slow ball. Gardner sacrificed, Mowrey to Merkle, Lewis second. Mowrey threw out 57 Scotti after driving Lewis back to 72 Carrigan singled to centre, Lewis-scqring. Leonard walk- Leonard started for second think- I'iiig Marquard's pitch to Hooper was and was run down between the bases. Meyers to Merkle to Cutshaw. run. two no errors. Second doubled to right, Hooper dropping the ball after a hard run. Mowrey walked. Olson popped to Hoblitzel. Meyers flied out to Scott. Pfeffer batted for Marquard. oflpfefter runs, one hit, no errors.. Fifth Inning First went, into the counter-charge against the Bostons today'in the contest for the world's series in an attempt to break down the ead the champion American leaguers low hold by one game. "Our boys are batting at said Manager Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers, this afternoun just before war council with his men Iton rust new box for Brooklyn. The crowd cheered 2 50 new box for Brooklyn. The In.enSersto'k the obligation and -ere him loudly Hooper W I ,-it-oo nF tlin or- I lUSinE COlHrOl Ot Ills ilked, Cheney 93 [admitted into the full rites of the or-. "0' der Over 00 were present during the' evening and a very sociable time was spent. Messrs. Home and Barnes expressed their great pleasure St. George, lie was only years old. and had a distinguished career In In- dia. A new full starched ligfat weight tape smarter than a, soft collar Admitted the best quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS., LIMITED MONTREAL SUPREME OUTRAGE OF HUNS Bucharest, vi'a London, Oct. investigation made at (he German le- says an otlicial statement is- sued today, "led to the discovery of numerous cases of trinitrotoluene bur- ied In the garden of the legation, and of flagons labelled which was intended to propagate simultaneously n epidemic among men and horses. "A representative of the United States legation witnessed the discov- ery. This new criminal German ma- noeuver reveals preparations similar to others made in other countries. Thpy were unable to use their high ex- plosives against work of art, as they were surprised by Rumania's entry into the war and the surveillance of the secret police." SEVtilZENS Regarding the controvarsy in con nection with the location the pro- posed Taylor abbattoir, Mayor Hardle stated this morning that he had In- terviwed a number of citizens resid- ing in that district of the city from when the protests aganst the plant been issuing. The mayor stated Single Handed, and Wounded, He Accomplished Great Feat of Gallantry Canadian General Headquarters in Franco, Oct. the recent heavy lighting a most aggressive gallantry was performed by a private belonging to an Edmonton battalion. lie was taking part in a bomhins attack, when the advance was arrest- ed and the supply of bombs exhaust- ed. Although one of his lingers had ueen blown away at the second joint by a German bomb, he jumped out the trench and ran along the outside, firing at point-blank range at the ene- my killing and wounding many of: them. The remainder, 82, thinking: themselves about to be cut off, there- upon surrendered. He, with two other men, escorted the prisoners across open ground under heavy tire to a support trench, and then returned and reported himself for f.nty to his com- pany commander, before his wound had been dressed.. This action undoubtedly made it possible for the battalion" to capture and hold 260 yards of trench at a, critical moment in the general attack. HONORS FOR CANADIANS London, Oct. er Mlllock of Winnipeg, a member of the Navy Air Service; Major "Robert Murrie 5th Canadian battalion, were. are "willing to guarantee that ther laving a _- before the contest. "We are a batting team; coked over the Red Sox pitchers except Leonard, and we know now what to expect. I'll agree Boston has some flue pitchers, but my men feel hat they can beat them." The Bostons regard Tuesday's de- feat as nothing more than what might ie expected to happen somewhere along the course of a seven game ser- fs. "The Red Sox play best in a pinch, remarked Jack Barry, the disabled second baseman of the Red Sox. have the edge and will hold it. Every-' one knows what the club has done when it faced a critical series or a single game." Brooklyn did ifot like the cold wea- ther today. Elated by Tuesday's de- feat of the Red Sox, the enthusiastic crowd that came early to the field would have felt comfortable on an ice- be no offensive odor issue from the plant and surrounding stockyards, they have no. objections to the )ilant being built. i The mayor is of the opinion that if Mr. Taylor will' assume this responsi- bility the council caniiot nr'sup the right to tell him he cannot build the plant. However, the council has not officially expressed this view. Order; and Lieuts. Eriiest Latter, battalion illld William Marston, "th battalion, were decorated with the aaon, Military Cross, by the King at Satur- GIVES ARCHBISHOP LIMOUSINE Winnipeg, Oct. of the archdiocese of St. Boniface presented His Grace Archbishop Beliveau with a limousine Saturday. KING'S PLATE FOR 1W7 arne 25 04 I at the success of the new lodge and 41 SO 'hoped that soon the club rooms would lusng control of his wet ball. Jan- ___ vrin struck out and Hooper went to j Ih second on a short passed hall.x Che- 1 so berg. Not a cloud flecked the sky and nu 'hoped that soon tne ciuo rooms wuuiu more, fully equipped for the pleas- errors: secon on a ne.y almost picked Hooper off second. Walker flied out to Olson. Hooper scored on Hohlitzel's double to left- Lewis One run, one hit, no 21- 18- lili he more, fully equipped lor me piens- ei.u.o. to 07 Lo and comfort of the members, and I ha Wohns on flied out to i 110 118 UTC SHU COHltUH. Ui mi; IUCLUWIO, wiu i------------ TT 41! urged the new members to live up to I Lewis. Myers flied out to Hooyer. he obligations they had taken. Merkle singled to centre. The standing of the league today: Lost >ct. i Linos 1 Press............ 1 Edit............. 1 l.OOfl .500 .500 SERBIAN TROOPS BUILD A SANCTUARY IN HONOR of KING PETER OF ALL KINDS GOAL C. O. D PHONE 1345 Turner Witchell Offlee'it Kennedy's 410 13th St. DO YOU BUHN COAL? Grace Coal Mine U now preptred to i" PHONE 1250 The quality U the belt. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN .LOADS there.was enough autumn haze to kill I ihe high sun that proved so trouhle- the outfielders playing in the sun yesterday. It grew warmer toward game time. Marquard and Meyers were an- nounced as the hatteries lor Brook- lyn, while Leonard was slated to pitch and Manager Carrigan behind the bat for Boston. For Brooklyn Johnston will play right field, leading off in the aturdee he 2 by Havoc-Kate'Kittleberry, owned by Joseph Seagram, wimfer ot th'e Landsdowne Nursery: Handicap at the Woodbine Park, Toronto, a likely contender tor the King's Plate race next spring. The troops of the reorganlzed.Serbian army.north of 'vith own handi In honor of King Peter. Thia shows DUMB being held ;bBror e tlio troops go torUi to battle. PROMOTER 70 MOST IS4 CIGARS Some Tobacconists will'try to sell you other WHY? Simply because there is less profit to them on "PROMOTER" at three a quarter. P, DAVIS SONS, UMHED, MONTREAL MI Hty ;