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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1915. T H E L E T H IS U11) ft E D A 1 L Y HERALD PAGE THSEB THE PHILADELPHIA NATIONALS, CHAMPIONS OF THE NATIONAL LKAOIJE Standing, rear row, left to ttaiimgartner, Oeimiree, Tincuji, Killifer. Adanif Centre Stock, Chalmers, Alexander, Cnivatli, Buucrol't, Faskert. ftlxfiy, Aliiyer, McQuillan, Wciser Ludcrus Seated; in front Burns and Duge> ANOTHER CLOSE GAME MARKS BATTLE FOR WORLD'S BASEBALL TITLE; BOSTON WINS THREE Huston, Oct. hooks ol Massachusetts Established Oct. 12th us a legal holiday in commemoration lit Hie discovery of America by Chris- topher Columbus. The unwritten law in lioston stamped the clay this year us a holiday in honor M the world other treruendous crowd thronged the approaches to the Braves' park for the fourth name oi the title- test, be- tween the Hod Sox and the Phillies. Countless thousands had no other plan for the day than to bo where they could i follow the play. The croivd early assumed proportions greater than that of the morning .liours yesterday. Bright sun and the .weather vane pointing to the south promised even more comfortable wea- ther than that in which the third game was played. Shore and Cady were announced as the battery for Boston, and Chalm- ers and Burns for Philadelphia. FIRST INNINGS PHILADELPHIA Stock singled )iast ttrird, but was out stretching ilis hit, Lewis to Scott. Bancroft walked. Bancroft went to second and would have been out had not Barry dropped the ball. Pasket fanned. Cra- vatli bit on an outshoot' and the crowd gave him the laugh. Cravath elruck out, and Shore was given a lout! cheer as he walked to the home liench. (No runs, one hit, no errors. struct out. Scott fanned. Speaker walked. Speaker was out trying to steal, Burns' to Nie- -jiolT It was a clear out and Speaker was easily, nailed. No runs, 'no hits, no SECOND INNINGS shot a Single to right. Whitted sacrificed, 1 tobliteel to Barry', Luderus going to second. Niehoff fouled out to Cady. .Burns walked. Chalmers was a vic- tim on strikes. No runs, one hit, no errors. BOSTON Hoblitzel struck but. Lewis up next was given a good hand. Chalmers threw out Lewis at first. Gardner filed out to Paskert.- Chalmers kept the ball the Boston batters1 knees all through the innings, ho had lots of speed and good command. No runs, no hits, no errors.. THIRD INNINGS PHILADELPHIA Gardner threw tout Stock at first.1 Bancroft walked for the second .time, i fanned. Cravath. sent a long fly to Lewis, it -would have been an easy home run .en the' .Philadelphia club's home grounds. ..No runs, no no errors. walked. Cady gut en infield hit, Chalmers stopping up in attempting to field the batter's bunt. Barry went to second. Chalm- ers made a balk and Umpire Evans after iconsultmg Rigler reversed him- Bolf and sent Barry back to, second ami Cady to flret.. Shore sacrificed, Stock to Niehoff, Barry went to third, and Cady to Barry Bcored on an infield hit 'by .Hoofer, which Niehoff was only able to knock jdowh. Cady went'to third on Scott fouled out to Whitted, ;Cady being held at-third and Hook- er at first. Speaker was out at first ,lo Luderus, unassisted. One run, two hits, no errors. FOURTH INNINGS _ PHILADELPHIA Ludoriis fifed THE BOSTON RED SOX, CHAMPIONS OF THE AMERICAN LEAGUE Left to I'ight, top Wood, Gainor, Shore, Gregg, Ruth, Mays, Hoblitzel and Barry. Middle Leonard, Hemlrieksen, Gardner, Manager Carrigan, Cady, Janvrin, Thomas, Trainer Green. Bottom Wagner, Speaker, Hooper, Foster and Scott. to Hooper. .Scott tossed out Whifcted at first. The Phillies were trying the bunting game to worry Shore, but their attempts at bunts went foul. NiehofI walked. Burns singled to right, Niehoit soing to second. 'Scott took Chalmers1 seeming hit and threw to Gardner, forcing Kiehoft, a brilliant play. No runs, one lilt, no errors.' singled over second, Lewis sacrificed, Chalmers to NiehoFi, Hoblitzel moving to.second. Whitted took Gardner's long fly and Hoblitzel was at .second. Barry flied out to. Paskert. No runs, one liit, no errors. FIFTH INNINGS Stock flied out to Lewis, who came in and took the hall from olT.tfae top of the- grass. Bancroft flied out to Hooper. Pas- Canadian, kert flied out to Lewis. No runs, no 100 APPLY 10 FJtOJt FHOXT PAGE) accountant, English: S. Troman.'jan- itor; F. W. H. clerk, Canad- ,n; Frederick Charles Williams, clerk, Canadian; jTohn Howard Mclu-, nis, woodworker. Scotch; John Leslie O'Brien Snell, bank clerk, English: VALOU 2 for S.5S. Collars WHUAMS. CREfeNt HOME CO. IM ONTARIO hits, no errors. Cady sent' a single to centre. Shore fanned. Hooper sent- jrrors. SIXTH INNINGS PHILAbELPHIA jDravath sent out a long fly to Speaker. Luderus singled to centre. Whitted popped out to Cady. Niehoff flied out .to Lewis. No runs, one hit, no errors. out Speak- er at first. Niehoffi coming in on the grass to take the hall. Hoblitzel sent Hob- re to a single over Bancroft's head. litxel scored on Lewis' long driv to'the. left field fence. Gardner (lied out to Paskert. Chalmers. threw out lirst. One run, two hits, no erroK. SEVENTH INNINGS threw out Burns. Chalmers got a-Texas leaguer to Stock forced CliatmcrB, Scott to; Barry. Barry, threw wild .to as- sist Hoblitzei, relieving the ball and threw out Stock, ran to second on the over-throw. No runs, one hit, no errors. struck out. Shore fanned. Stock threw out Hooper at first. No'runs, no hits, no..errors'." 'EIGHTH INNINGS PIIILADELPHrA Bancroft. Mod out Lewis.. Pasket popped out to Oardner. .CraVath shot a'long hit to centire .field; which popped over Speak- er's and the. batter made' 'three _... bases. J Crayath scored .on Luderus' Canadian; Clarence E..'Sherlock, Canf (Templar Roberton Kerr, sign'writer, James Hooker, clerk, English; George Masson, let- ter'carrier. Scotch: John Terris, help- er, Scotch; Charles Ernest Sydai, hook-keeper, English; Wm. Crombie Marnoch, builder, Scotch; Alfred Wm. AVbitehead, porter, English; James Haines, civil engineer, Eng'iish; Neil McVicar, letter carrier, Scotch; John f Rollp, wheelvrright, Scotch; Henry Lowe, miner, Scotch; 'Robert Ernest Balclry, letter carrier, English; .Mor- ris Morton Irvine, guard, English; Ar- thur-Seager, teamster, English; Fred Stowe, grocer, English; Wm. Steven, clerk, Scotch; Alex. Ionian, letter carrier, Scotch; Walter Fyfe, miner, Scotch; Reginald Matthews, letter carrier, English; C.. Bacon, English; Howard .Tames Hoiloway, farmer, Eng- lish; Septimus Logan, miner, EJuglish; English; Albert William Cox, team- Bter, English; Frank McGi'ilan, farm- er, English; Robert Jones, tinsmith, English; .Robert Lothian, miner, Scotch; Adam Robinson, miner, Eng- lish; Setimus Logan, miner, EJnglish; Richard Joseph Savage, miner, Eng- lish. Oscar gardener, Eng Normsr. Atherton, clerk, Eng- John Spinney Lombard, Jiank CANADIAN RUGBYIST'S LIFE IS IN DANGER Toronto, Out, Oct. condition of "Glad" Murphy, suffered a fracture of the vertebrae of the iieck in Sat- urday's. Hamilton-Toronto Ar- gonauts football game, has not improved, and little hope is held out for his recovery. Last night condition was report- ed as very critical. the opening of the 'league, minion alleys proved very lish; clerk, Canadian; D. A. H. Cocq, banl: clerk. English: C. Hyndmmi McMil- lan, accountant, Canadian; Henry N. Bennett, hank cleric, English. The following recruits have passed the medical examination successfully, and have only to be sworn in, which will be sometime today; Frank C. Werley, Scotch; Robert Lindsjijv English: Wm.: James Bi'isoii, third single. Lmleriis stole ,'sccpn: Shore threw out Whitled t at first. One run, two hits, no errors. went to -first and Becker to left iielil.i. Stock: threw out Scott. Speaker bpuncedi'a hit: off Stock's shins. On the hit 'and nm j-Watt, Scotch. play Speaker third when' Honlitzcl singled to right. .Lewis I walked, filling tho bases. 'A "double I play followed. Cha ailiaw; .lojni Bushby carpen- ter; Charles Sollens. English; A. D. Thomas Sbipman; James George Hug- English: Samuel Ervine; Wm. Scott, Scotch; L. Close, Scotch; R J. Colpman, English: Gordon Kennedy ialmcrs took Gard- ner's grounder and threw to Burns and Spoaker was forced, and Burns threw out Gardner at first.'No runs, two hits, no errors. NINTH INNINGS PKILADELPHIA-Gardnor threw out Niehoff. Burns popped a fly to Scott. Byrne balled for Clialmers. MR. CROSS GOING TO ENGLAND Edmonton, Alta., Pot. C. W. Cross is going on. a trip to Eng- land, and Hon. C. n.'Mitchell will'be acting Attorney-General during his absence Don't scold the child if she is cross give her. Rcxall Orderlies, as the trouble is probably with the bow- els. Sold only by J. D. Higinhotham Byrne ilicil out to Lewis. No runs, j Co.. Ltd., Rexoll. Store, lOc, 26c; no hits, no ctrori. _. j and GOc.-boxea. CARPET BpWLING The city carnei howling league held very successful series of games a The Do- keen most of the layers. The scores were: Gait Gardens 15, Moose 10, ..C. O. iP.'S, Kentishmen 7. .Much interest was dislayed by the arge crowd of'onlookers. Next meeting, Friday evening, Moose Hall, 8.30 .m. The Royal Begins When You Ride on GOODYEAR TIRES Learn what it means tobefovtifiedagainst tire trouble. Give yourself this priceless peace of mind just ones and you'll not go back to lesser tires. Mishap and misuse may lead to trouble even in Goodyears. But that is rare, because these tires are fortifiedagainst it by five built-in defenses. They protect against Rim-Cuts, against Blowouts, against Loose Treads, against Insecurity, against Punctures and Skidding, These are exclusive Goodyear features that come in no other tire made. Yet today our prices are 37 per cent less than two years ago. Fast-growing output materially reduced factory cost per tire. How to Make Sure It's not what we say that counts, but what Goodyear Tires do. So our plea is for you to judge by running a Goodyear Tire and any rival tire on opposite wheels. Thousands of motorists have made this test. And they found that tires priced less proved that they cost more per mile than Goodyflar. That'tires priced-higher, on ac-, count of small dutput, are apt to collapse on the sides before -trend is worn, ( improper design. The Goodyear Tire is built with an extra strong to support the doubles-thick All-Weather tread. So Goodyears, with proper inflation; "stand up" till the tread is worn out. That means that they carry you hundreds or extra miles. Break With Habit Don't go on using r. leaser tire because you're accustomed to it. Cars and ideas have changed each year, remember, r.nd Goodyears have kept pace. If you want most mileage for your money you'll break with old habit and give these new-day tires Any dealer will furnish IhcGoodyear tire. Get our new price on-the size you use. I THE GOODYEAR TIRE CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED of Truck. Motorcycle, Carriage and Bicycle Tirej and Rubber Belts, Hose and Packing Head Office, Toronto, Oat. Branches in All Farh of (lie Dominion Factory, Bowaanvjlle, Onl. Goodyear Service and Tubes in Stock LETHBRIDG E, ALBERTA. FORD LETHBRIDGE AUTO NEARBY TOWNS. THE CHAMPION GARAGE, Champion; SHIELLS HARDWARE CO., Taber. billies Boston 001000000--1 000100001--2 Alexander and Burns; Leon- zoi's sacrificed ard and Carrigan. 0 kert. Speaker shot a long hit down the right field foul line for a three- base hit; Speaker scored on Hobiit zol's sacrifice to Pas'vert Leu is flied out to liad 1o come in behind second base to make tlie catch. One run, one hit, no er- rors. Boston, Oct. a mam- FIFTH INNINGS uoth crowd of people, the Red Sox threw his afternoon took the Phillies' men- out Hums at first. Leonard threw ure in the ninth innings. Hooper and oui; Alexander at first. Stock flied jcwis both-singled with the score a out to Hooper. No runs, no 'nits, no me-to-one tie and ended the contest errors. (j favor of the Red-Sox. This gave; high fh Mow They Relieve N. B. affords me great pleasure to con- vey not only to you but to ill sufferers from Baelcache and Rheumatism, tbc great I have obtained from the use of Gin PillsJ I feel thankful to you. I recommend Gin Pills to everyoiie suffer- ing as I did." i ROBERT M. WILSON Gin arc soc. a box or 6 boxes for nt all druggists. Free sample on request to 7.3 National Drag Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto. Why they're Used As Mrs.'JRipley, of WilliamsEeld East, 1 baii taken Gin Pills, I suffered dreadfully with my back bad suffered for twenty years I have tried everything but got no relief until I took Gin Pills. I am now 48 and feel as well, as I. ever did ill my life lliere is nothing, that can hold a place with Gin Pills for Pain in Uie Back, to which women are Gin Pills are 5oc, the box or 6 boxes for any drug store. If you to. try Gin Pills write for free sample to the 31 Diiu Chemical Co. of Canada Limited, Toronto. he Red Sox two victories to the Jhillies' one for the series to date. FIRST INNINGS made a two-bagger to center when Speaker lost the ball in 4he ball sun. Ban- croft, sacrificed. "Gardner to Hoblizel j taken by Psskort.. It was was Paskert's was a. strike-out victim, going out on three pitched balls: No runs, no no errors. i Speaker got a single to left Hoblitzel hit in front 01 the plate and Burns took the ball and threjr to Bancroft and Speaker was forced. Bancroft then threw to Lud- erus and was out Lewis got an infield single. Cravath took Gard- ner's fly. No runs, two hits, no er- rors. EIGHTH INNINGS Burns Hied out to Speaker. Alexander tarred the air and was out on strikes. Stock shot" sixth put-out Whitted took' 'Bithv's a liner right into speaker's1 'lian'ds. No runs, no hits, no errors llitxl out to, Ban- rro't Carri; hit a line t took no -hits, no errors long line flv. Carrigan was out on z fly to Hastfert. No runs, no hits, nc errors. SIXTH INNINGS PQ1LADELPHIA Carrigan ijja'i struck out Leonard to Bancroft No rilni, osZin Bancroft's high fl .oscon m- -on. vath. Scott fanned. Alexander had more spesd than he did last Friday. Speaker filed out to. Paskert. No runs, ho hits, no errors. SECOND INNINGS PHILADELPHIA Luderus 'k' rniLtAvCiLirniA LJUUULUH snuun. out. Whitted. popped out'to Hobiit- t-hc batter was "on sacrificed, to Ludcrui, Scott fouled out to Bums No runs, I Hooper going to second Speaker no hits, no errors i walked He nab puiposelj passed 1 thiev out HoMitzel at first, SEVENTH INNINGS 1 Hooper eom> to third, and Speaker Luderus u lulled j to second Hooper scored on zel. There was. a fork to Leonard, shoots his ser- vice. sent up a high one to Scott.-No runs, no hits, no errors. went on grounder, to the first baseman, who touched the batter oh the base line. Lewis shot a' single past Stock. Lewis was out-stealing, Burns to Bancroft. Garnder flied out to Whit- ted. No runs, one hit, errors. THIRD INNINGS PHILADELPHIA singled over Barry's head. Alexander up next was loudly i cheered by the crowd. ardncr' tool; Alexander's bunt and threw to Hoblitzel, who dropped the bail. Burns went to second. Stock sacrificed, Gardner to .Barry, Burns going to third and .Alexander to sec- and. Burns scored on Bancroft's single '0 centre, .Alexander going third. On the throw-in Bancroft .went to second. Barry took Paskert's high fly while running towards, wonderful .catch. Crayath sent a long fiy to who took i the sail after .a long run' field fence. OneTim, one error. to Pas Carrigan. up, ,itx Oarrigan's first appearance ns ai.-player, in the sides. Carrigan walked. Whitted dropped Leonard's foul after a Ion? run. It was not an error. Leonard 'anned. Hooper'popped-oiil-to Stock. runs, no FOURTH INNINGS pniUDCIPHU-Ludcrus struck out for the second tinic.i Whitted (lied out to lloopet Niehore sent up a high one to Scott iNo runs, no hits, 'BOSTON-ScoH out to Whitted oui Niehoft single oAer second hits no tirors One runs, 7 pieces of pie. 7 rarebits. 7 cupg of coffee. Why shouldn't he dream that 7th point. But, while he sleeps, you may find it if you hurry. with flaTor bodjr.ftoGriz rumble-proof purity a daylight fac- tory by handi CD StcifaMe ffte duct TheT'-pbintgum PIPPINMINT ciNHAMOM ruywrai MAM IN CANADA ;