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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta niDAV. u, inn; THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE EUT.-COil.. R. ijl. THOMSON SUCOUM'BS TO WOUNDS uB. Oi'tj Word wim re- ived toiluy tlio dimlh IVoin wounds Uoul.-Col. TlioniBon. member the luw flrai ol' TlioniBon, Jameson MoWilltar-s. In. tlio death of Ueut.-Col. -It. M. lomson, WlnuJpoB' loses uf IIB list illustrious suns, n mini wiiuou iiorlonco I" military service extends tUne or Hlel rebellion. Tlio deceased tt'icor hail snout over 'years Of Ilia lllV lil Winnipeg, liuv- K come here Ills parents, Mr. ill Mrs. James Th unison. from Walk. Ion, liruco county, Ontario, when ilto a young man. About three years f-nl. 1 horn- in .married Mrs. I! Milan, widow ot llbert Gordon, a brother or C. Need a Laxative? Don't take a violent purgative; Right sluKfiish condition with the safe. .vcRCtable remedy which has held pub- lic confidence for over sixty years. PILLS S.lo ot Aw MeJIeta. in Ih. World. Soldo.trywhcro. In 28 who Is at present on active service as chaplain with a Win- nipoi; battalion. HERALD BOSTON HAD IT OVER THE ROBINS AT EVERY TURN Dress Up! It's the best tome you ever took and it's an irti- iportant step towards success. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS THE "2" M's McKELVIE- McGUIRE ft'e all over, including shouting and the World's Series fans are try to dope out how It all Boston won four out of llva as in J91T igainst the Phillies. Before the fraj he dope said the Robins as a team batted .257 and lielded .906 for the season, while Boston batted .241 and lolded .971. The Herald dopester has Igured out the various averages for lie series. Now, net busy and figure int. who upset tlio (lope. Individual Hitting 0 AB R fl Ave. Gainer. Boston Carrigan, Boston Lewis, Boston Coombs, Brooklyn Johnston, Brooklyn. Hooper, Hoston Walker, Boston I 1 1 3 5 16 1 3 10 a 21 C 3 11 2 Stengel, Brooklyn 11 2 Merkie, Brooklyn Pfeffer, Brooklyn Cady, Boston Hoblitzel, Boston Meyers, Brooklyn Olson, Brooklyn Janvrin, Boston Wheat, Brooklyn Smith, Brooklyn 4 3 4 U 4 5 17 4 17 r> 18 5 23 5 19 1 S Gardner, Boston G 17 Mowrey, Brooklyn 5 17 2 3 1.000 .667 .375 .333 .300 .285 .27: .272 .250 .250 .250 .23! .235 .222 .217 .210 .200 .176 .176 Daubert, Brooklyn Myers, Brooklyn Thomas; Boston Scott, Boston Miller, Brooklyn Cutshaw, Brooklyn Shore, Boston McNally, Boston Mays, Boston Marquard, Brooklyn Ruth, Boston Getz, Brooklyn Uwmklyn Cheney. Brooklyn Leonard, Boston O'Mara, Brooklyn 4 17 r, 19 37 SECTION n 19 2 7 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 Team Hitting G AB R 5 HI 13 5 164 -'1 Team Fielding 0 PO A 5 142 70 5 147 90 Pitchers' Records Won Lost Shore, Boston Ruth, Boston Leonard, Boston..... Coombs, Brooklyn Smith, Brooklyn Marquard, Brooklyn Mays, Boston Pfeffer, Brooklyn Brooklyn Boston Brooklyn Boston .176 :157 .142 .125 .125 .105 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 Ave. .188 .237 Ave .942 .97c Pet 1.000 1.000 1.001 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 Totals....... 27 4 7 27 14 2 Score by innint's- Irooklyn 2 3 7 2 base hit, Janvrin. rhreo-baso bit, Lewis. Sacrifice bits, Mowrey, Lewis Shorten. Sacrifice fly, Gardner. Lufi. on bases, Brooklyn C, Boston '1. First base on errors, [Brook- lyn 2. Boston 1. Bases on balls, off Proffer 2, Slioro 1. Hits and earned Eddie Brusso started to train on Wednesday, according to Sporting Editor Brooks, of the Calgary Her- ald. Eddie, younger brother of Tommy Burns, is to meet Young Ross here in the squared circle on Oct. 28, and he isn't losing any time in getting into shape. Young Ross, who is sojourning at Purple Springs, is also doing some training and both men will go into the in the pink of con- dition. Meantime strings are out. for other contests. Battling Monahan of Edmonton, is anxious to try con- clusions with Ross. Meanwhile nothing more has been heard from Billy Weeks, who is now supposed to be sojourning in St. Paul. YESTERDAY'S BOX SCORE 300232 1 1 4 1 0 300230 runs oft Pfcffer 5 bits, 2 rune In T innings, off Dell, one bit, no rims in. one liming, oft' Shore :t bits no runs In nine Innings. Struck out Prof- fer 2, Slioro 1. Wild pitches, Plei- for 2. Passed balls, Caily 1. IjEl'jIr-'f. at plate, Connolly, bases, O'Day, left field Qtilgloy. right field, Dinecn. Timo of name Blahou-elect Scliofielti, of the An- glican diocese of Columbia, C., is a native of New Brunswick, and the- son of a former general manager oS tlio Bank of Now Brunswick. COBB COULDN'T CATCH SPEAKER McCARTY LED NATIONAL BATTERS AVERAGES IN THE BIG LEAGUES The official box score of the last game of the series is as follows Brooklyn AD K H PO A E Tris Speaker won the battine cham- pionship of the American League, ac- cording to complete unofficial aver ages just published, including the flnai games Cobb finished 23 points be- hind in batting, but again won the base stealing championship with 68. Pipp of New York, landed home run honors with 12; Weaver led in sacri- fice hits with 42; Jackson, Chicago, in total bases with 290; Cobb in runs scored with 113, and Detroit in team hitting with .262. The leading batters who have played in one-third or more games: Speaker, Cleveland, .390; Cobb, Der, troit 367; Jackson, Chicago, .342; Strunk. Philadelphia. .317; Rice, Wash- ington, .315; E. Collins, Chicago, .311; Gardner, Boston, .310; Peltch, Chicago, 301- Vench, Detroit, .301; Bauman, New York, .298; Sisler, St. Louis, .295; Nunamaker, New York, .291. Leading pitchers for 26 games: Bo- land, Detroit, won 10 lost 3, .769; Cl- eotte, Chicago, won 16 lost 7, .697; Meyers, cf. 4 Daubert, Ib........ 4 Stengel, rf........ 4 Wheat, If......... 'I Cutshaw, 3b....... Mowrey, 3b....... 3 Olson, ss......... 3 Myers, c.......... 3 Pfefter, p......... 2 Merkie 1 Dell, p............. Totals xBatted for fling. add to your per- sonality and in- spire self-confi- dence. Tailored to your measure. 0 0 0 II) 1 0 0 5 0 Hooper, rf. Janvrin, Hoblitze'l. In. H. Coveleskie, Detroit, 23 and 10, .695; Cullop, New York, 13 and 6, .684; Morton, Cleveland, 13 and 6, .684; Jenz, Chicago, 9 and 5, .643. National League The National league averages, com- plete except for the final single games played by eastern clubs, show Lou Mc- 3arty, the catcher traded hy Brooklyn If! o New York, the leading batter. He I Oaraneri 3b. has played in 79 games for an average _______ __ of .339, three points'; ahead of Hal Chase. Carey, of Pittsburg, again wins the base-stealing championship with 61; Williams of Chicago is ahead with 12; Wheat, Brook- yn; leads, in total bases with 263; York, in runs scored with 123, and Brooklyn in club batting with 261. The leading batters who have ilayed in one-third or more of their :lubs' games. McCarty i New York, .339; Chase, Cincinnati, .336; Daubert, Brooklyn, 323; Hinchman, Pittsourg, .315; Wheat-Brooklyn, .311; KObertson, New York 307; Hornsby, St. Louis, .306; Zimmerman, New York, .290; Long, St. Louis, .230; Fletcher, New York, 286; J. Wagner, Pittsburg, .286. Leading pitchers for 26 games: Hughes Boston, won 16 lost 3, .842; Schupp, New York, 10 and 3, .769; Alexander, Philadelphia, 33 and 12, 733; Marqnard, Brooklyn, 14 and 6, 700- Pfeffer, Brooklyn, 25 and 11, 694; Rlxny, Philadelphia, 22 and 10, 688. .....31 1 3 2-1 13 3 Pfeffer in the eighth iu- Boston AB R H PO A E 1 1 II 2 0 FIRS7 Did you know that Fit-Reform was the first to fix the retail price, as well as the _ quality, of every fj garment and to- put the price label, in every garment Did you know that Fit-Reform revolu- tionized the marketing as well as the making-of Men's Hand-Tailored Garments? Today, quality, style and value. As see-the new fall Suits at up McKELVIE McGUIRE LETHBRIDGE You'll Find Our Shoes on the Pedestal of Good Style Michigan Central train carrying three hundred soldiers of the 162nd (Parry Sound) Battalion back to Ni- agara camp, was wrecked at Ni- agara Falls; only one man, Pte. S. H. Single, was his right .leg .broken. EATM TIE' mimm Take a of if Your Back Hunt or Bladder Botheri. Our shoes are selected to please men and women who want-to have well dress- ed feet. Our big stock offers a-wide selec- tion for dress, business, street or heavier wear. Wo have shoes for any occasion. Our new fall stock is very complete-show- ing all the season's newest They. made by manufacturers Avhose pro- duct is reliable'and of known-.worth and value. Another good feature is the wsy we-sell our value for every we see that-they fit you properly. ;ACLEOD BROS. THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST The American men and women must guard constantly .gainst Kidney U-on- Me, 'because wo eat 'oo mush and R.I our food is rl-.t. Our blood IB filled with u'rio acid which the kidneys strtYe to filter out, they weaken from overwork, become- sluggish: the el- iminative tissues clog and the result is kidney trouble, bladder weakness and a general decline in honlth. When your kidneys feel like lumps of lead; your back hurts or the urine s cloudy, full ot sediment or you are obliged to leek relief two or three 'imea during the night; if you suffer with sick headache or dizzy, nervous spells acid stomach, or you have raatUm when the weather is bad, get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a table- spoonful in a glass before breakfast for a few days and your kid- neys will then act tine. This famous salts is made from the acid ot grapes and lemon juice, combined with llthla, and lias been used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys; to neutralise the In the urine so it no longer is a source of irritation, thus ending Wadder disorders.. Jad Salts is inexpensive; cannot jure, makes a delightful effervescent lithia-waUr beverage, and belongs in every home, because nobody can make a mistake by having a rood kldaoy flushing at any time.-J. D. Hlf Inboth- am 4 Co., Ltd., Drugglsu, I-ethbrUge, W. J. Nelson Sherlock Building. DZEO ;