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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, OCTOBER i3, 1917 THE LliTlinniDGE DAILY I1KIULU PAGEPTVH rubber, TJie crowd Zlwmenwa. Strike oue- took Krouiuler nud Ilcrz6g was run down Iclwccn Ihlrd nuJ liumo, Uap jilay be-. Weaver lo Hcbulk. Kauff morM on to KJekher up.- (Now York tlio losa fur location uf iho last gamo lo lie played JD Ibc world ser- ies.) McMullcu FMcbtr's hot tin a ah iitul throw lo Schilk to touch nut Xfiim ua hn wllj Irjo the plale. llobcriscn look Thorpe's place at the bat. I i bell two; Zimmerman stored on lln'jcrtaou's lo centre. On Klcscli'a throw to Hie nlato Klctcucr went to third anil to second. Jlolke un; ball one; foiil strike one; strike two; CJcotto Hi row out Holkc at fire I. WESAVEYOU'MOHEY' OM WEARING FOB YOURSELF A FAMILY NOHTH LETHBRIDGE IHE EXEMPHDN HORSES FOR SALE There will be two cars of heavy horses for safe at BONN ELL'S LIVERY After Oclobcr Jfilli. Phone 1053 DRAY1NG Prionei 1345 or 1355 Turner Witchell aiflce ,t Kennedy'! 410 13th SI No White Sox: Job a Collins up; J. Col- ]lus popped lo Zimmerman on.Llie Ural liall pitched. Mi.'-Mullen up; ball one; jail two; ball three; slrlko Me- Mullen walked. Eddie Collins up; ball ono; ball two; Bailee's curves broke wfflo nnil lie coulda't seeui to control [hem. Strike one. K. Collins singled lo centre; Me.Mullcii gulug to second was up. Jackson up; .out; Jackson, riled lo Hums. Felsch un; ball cue; Flelcber booted h'elsch's grounder ant] Ihe were filled. Gandll up; foul llrike ono; Birlfco 'two; ball one; Gandll popped out lo Ilolke. No runt. One ror. Second Inning Glantt: Rarlden up; ball one; Harl- den slne'eO past Collins. Salleo up; Bailee forcea Ilarldeu at second, Gan- dll In Weaver. Burns up; strlbo one; ball 0110; strike Iwo; Burns struck out- HcrzoEj up; ball one; AVcavcr made a boublo on Ilerzoe'B grounder. Bailee moving to second. Kaufr up; strike one; uall one; ball two; EJ Colllus threw out KautT at first. No runs. One hit. One error. White SDK: Wearer up; loul alrlko OITC- ball one; strike Fletcher got Weaver's smash and tLrow him out Scbalk. up; Fletcher also threw out Seha.tf. Clcolle up. The crowd cheered -decile.' Strike one; ball one; slrlkc ball Ihree; Cl- coLLc .walked. John Collins up; (mil one; Sallee was working a croaa-Ure ball-all throughout Iho inning. John Collins fouled oul lo Harldcn. No runs. No hits. No errors. -Third Inning Giants: Zimmerman up; Zimmer- man got a Texas leaguer to centre. Fletcher up; hall one; strike CDO; strike Lwo; ball two; ball three. I Zimmerman almost caught off I and run down, but Weaver-drowned the ball, Ihe play bctug Clcottc to Can- dil to Weaver, the ball getting an-ny [roin Weaver, Zimmerman running back Lo first. Fletcher (Hod lo Mc- Mullen who doubled Xlniiucrinan with a quick Lhrow to Gandll. Hobcrt- EOD up; Ilobertson bounced a E logic ol Ctcolte's glove. Holkc up; strike one; ball slrlkc two; Ilolke struck oul. No runs, "two hits. One error. White Sox: -l.cMui.cr. up; hall one; strike one; McMnllcu tiled Lo ItoherL- aon. Eddie Collins up; slrJke one; tall one; hall tivo; bull ihree; Collins walked. Jackson' up; Robert- son made an patch or Jackson'a [ly. Fclaclb up; Collins scored on Folscha long drive lo lelt Held for two hasea. Ganilll up; ball ona; strike e; Gaitilll [lied lo run.' One hit..No errors.. (CONTINUED FEOKT PAOI) on. XoveiDhfT- lOlh under jtala of a jail si-DteiK'6 'lj convicted for Infrac- tion of thu Aci. The lime and place to reporl for military duly ou No- vember lOih will be posted ID each district prior lo thai date- Today. Saturday, Ocl. Is Con- scrlptluu Day, and the Mllilary Ser- vice Act (s (u effect. All men in Can- ada witblu tbc limits prescribed by (he bill ure potential lo Lold I soldiers and ready (or service as they may be called. ci'cUry Oliver, of the Itetufncd Soldiers Uureau, has rerjelred word that no permanent medical boa.rd will Lo locaLcd here al present. A trav- ius board will do the work of eiam- im'm; all inpn callcut up under thif firal 11 la jiorsiblc that one local mc- dkal man na> sit on the board while It JA at work lierc, but Sec. Olivet's In formation Is that not more than one will be allowed. _' Word ,was also received tbla morn Ing that Pie. C. WesLley, a returned soldier, had been appointed as Lhe military rcprcsentallvo In the ulslrlct in which tbo Stirling exemption irl tunnl will act. The military tltptrt mcut will have a repreEcniaUro In each tribunal district. He will riot si on (he board, hut as applications for exemptions arc received at the head ouarlera ol tbe district, the iDl representative In c-scli district receive a copy of the applications imin that district bnd It will bo his duly lo Investigate, anil II Ills Invcs loads to a recommendation that the exemption be cot granted, tiic oill'-bry rtulQorltlos may- enter objec lion to [lie Tun appoint inent for ITie of LcLhbrldge bai not yet hecn There bi Lii'.'Uiy represenlalives In Iblj [udlclal (liatrlcl. The 'procUmntion calling out the first data of conscripts wilt be found on page 13 of this Isaue, The Hudson Palace Confectionery 6G8 ATJTOi LIVEItY Day Phone' IHO 787 1 Livery 1 I Day and Night I Stand at I Phone 1127 1050 CITY AND. 'COUNTRY TRIPS Fourth Inning Giants: RariJcn up strftf :c one; ball ne; JlarldPn singled, to right field. iallee SaHce sacrificed Gandll, unassisted. .Burns 'op; Lall one; ball ilirlden scored on Id" right J. Rollins' dropped. Ibc ball; Burna went 0 second, llcrzog up; ball one; [oul ilrlko one; elrike two; .Weaver made 1 bad tumble of Ilerzog's grounder, Duma going to Ihlrd. Kiuft-un; sLrika one; foul alrlko two; .Burns scored ,'hen Candll look "KaufCs grounder ind leased; jvild, past .CIcoUo at the A huge of foul Agony "rest al drops ol the gentle', cpplipej.liquid; D.D.D, Irrllallon jnil rcfreshlne sleep a I'nigh L In cure. liiglnholham drug' bag, TIerzog wcnl lo third on the play Zimmerman up; strike one; lou strike two. Zimmerman hit Inlo double plar. McMuHen lo E. CoIIIri to Two runs. Two hit's. Thre errors.' f White Sofc: Weaver up; foul elrlk one; ball one; Zimmerman too Weaver's hopper an Ijlm out a Hrst. Schalk' up; ball one; Schal went ou lo Holke unassisted. Enllee' slow curve baffleil the Sox. No runs No hits. No errors. Fifth Inning Giants: Fletcher' up; strike ball one; strike two. Jackson Behind The Guns WHEN the war brokt lu 'Awpist, 1914, u4 Can- adian Q OT er n- taenlj were liced by BO yro- tlem tUa of overseas "of tfae ttrmr re- quired from Lhla couitrf, not oDly Tor the Cinadlan E r Force, but also rartheBrltEsbaod 'i, H 1 Armies. Expert knowledge otntrwlM cQDfu- lion, delays, and UOD would bg In- erlUble, and ex- perts with the necessary k n-v T.- ledge (or such el- gaottc r.-ere not eaiy la obtain. Lord SbauEbnessy came to tbe Govern- TDeot's aaslataace by loaning Mr. A. II. Harris, Special Traflc Representative of the C. P. U., pbd rlghlhandinan to Vice-president noaKorl.Ii, wltb a large elaff of traffic ,truerLs Selected fro to various depart- crents of the C. P. R., to act as a nucleus for Ibe Overseas Transport Tbe work oE tbls oBlce has grovn irouzlttly, EO that to-day Mr. .TUrrli directs no les.i than four-fifths r.( [he eiport trade of CacaJa, Inland vfmd overBeas, und tbe beat evidence that the work la being well done la tlie fact that the Government rail- nay and steam all Ip interests are All the business of the couDlry baa been continued with a minimum ol dielnrbancc. la tbe number of people In Canada who are aware of conditions Is In? flnJIcslmal, Between August 1914, sad Februarj-, 1515, War Office Supplies were moved overseas In chartered vessels; between February, 1915, ao'd date transport have betn supplied by the Admiralty under an menl negotiated by Mr. Harris ID London. The bunkering of transports done on lhls sldt, under the direction and BupervJiton of the director, as !F. also the doctlug of "vessels Tilmn necessflry. JlK. II. HARRIS, Special Traffic Reprtsentative of the C. P. n. pal The number of checkers, longchorfr and drxk laborers under coo- rd of tie Department at tbe aereral Canadian ports used by the Depart- ment now eicwda niep, with a T roll of a. weeV. velumo of tonnage from seaboard has been facilitat- ed, ud minimized from thi that tba Presidents at tbe Cana- dian Pacific and Graad Truck Rail- ways, reciEfclzlnp the growth, of Service, considered con- ccnlrtlloil of authority neces.iary to efficient direction and accordingly Is- sued lusjructions to tbelr OpcraUoc, (hat the regulation and con-' trol Inland o[ all Imperial transport should rested In the Director Overseas Transport. Instructions wen concorreoily Isaued that all transport to his order ihould given of movement on the over all traffic, excepting picaenger. As a consequence there' of, 11 (islanding (he volume ct The' T of worfc of-tbe P. 11W one loo_ Fletcher's hard drlre. Iloberlson up strike one; Robertson up; sLrike one Robert son smashed a hard single t his third hll In Ihe game. Hoik up.; Holke sent, a high [ly to AVcare nnd lhe_crowrt cheered bJni when h got Ihe ball. Rariden-up; Hobertso stole second; hall one; ball two; ba three; Ilarlden walked. He pa posely passed, Salleo up; ball one strike one; ball tiro; foul; j two; Called was a strike out victim No'runs. One hit. No errors. White Sox: J. Collins up; ball one strike one; foul strike [oul. J; Collins slrock out" biting at a alow ball thai'wda a foot away'from his bat. McMullcn one; ball two; Kauff look McMnllcn's .fly after a run. Eddie Collins up; foiil strike one; bait one; strike (wo; Eddie Col- lins horned a-single Into left Jackson up; i one; Jackson bounced a single off Snllee's ColHns coins to second. Felsch up; SRllec threw'oiit-FclBch at first. No runs. Two 9lxih Inning Giants: Burns up; ball one; bal) two; "hall Burns flew, out lo Jackson. Herzog up; nail one; Eddie Collins -took Herzog's grounder anct got Ills man at first Kaiiff sJngleil Into left field: Zimmerman up; bnll one; Kaufl Blole Bcconil; Elriko EdJIp threw, .Xlniniernian, No runt. One hlL-No errors! _ While Sox': Gandll: up; Ball one- Bailee threw DepartmenL rear he gauged from the tart thai.- excluGire of-orflcLals and represenlatTres at Vancouver. Cal EdmontoD. Regfco, Winnipeg, Fort William, Toronto, Quebec, Three EUicra, .Halitex, and .West St. .lobn III ere Is a clerical ElaH of 45 In JJont- tocnaee affected, transports have not been held for cargoes, nor has there been conEcsllon at the Canadian sea board, such aa has been experienced at U. S. Ports. f The actual occupied by In at Montreal has beea under bat for Candil fiied out ttf Burns. Wcavcr'oip; Felsch was ouL stealing. Three runs Four hits. One error.. I-Von one; Klrike, i ay.; second, away from went lo Ihlrd; iL was c stolen bssc for Schalk and P.TI error for Fletcher..LjraniRtriick out. Three runs. Three Chic .error. Eighth Inning Giants: went. the hoi or-Chicago. ITcrz-og one; oul'strike Iwo; Herzug struck out. uu; i'aber lossetl oul Kauff. 'he crowd vras in an uproar. Zimmer- man up; ball one; hall two; Zlnintef- nian lined to Collins. No runs.'No hits. No errors. White Sox: J. Collins, iip; strike inq; J. Coll fa 5 got a Texas'leaguer o rlehl field. McMullcn up; McMul- en sflcririccd, Zimmerman to Holkc. E. Collins up. ThVqrffcfal scorer gives he error' to EhrzuR in tr.c seventu Jail one; ,1. Collins' scon1.! on Edtllo CoJJIns' lo Jachson up- (In: liil flnil ILH, ;o rlghl, Eddie Collins gglng lo third, Robertson to XInimcrman al .hird, who threw wildly flo second to get Jnckson. K. Collins.scoring on the error, _and, Jackson went to Ihlrd. Fclscb. up. Salleo was, taken out. Per- rill now pitching for- New 'York. I'V McKenxlc Co. FHONf 3rd Avi. ACCOUNTANTS Phcnc 1BH. P, O. Box 805, HENDERSON, PATERSOH Chartered Aeeounlanti Audilt, Invettlgatloni, SPtCIALTIEB Munlclpaf, Lurnbir, Mining. .ManufacturTng, WliolesaTe arid ;._ReHII Atcounllngr Acjdla-Bullion j, Tbfrd 9. ,-V., DRAYING PIANO MOVINO Pacific Cartage Co. J, D. Thomaf O. F( Phone 330 Steel, caflt fcnd alnmlnmn Trclded 'tTRONOER THAN NEW. CricVed cjlladtrs >nd cuti ttpthM iwitboul wirplr.f. New (Mr teelfi built I n, Auto light rechirtH anil nitcklncfr parts >nd (riinei specialty. SSI HefllJ LETHIIHIDOC Gandil.'Weaver up; ball one; Zim- Schallc up; Scbilk singled througb' Boine to tbJnl.' thai FJelcier him Vhllo going lo thM-Rlafcer'g'irent 16 bait In place of ClcottC'.-Rlsrrtr'r. one; lial Iwo; strike scored on Hlsberg's slnfelc Id, Schalk go- ing lo second. John Collins one; bull Collfns to Ilolke lo Ihlrd and Klsbcrg lo McJlullen up; Horzog Ihreir out McJlullen. One run. Three hilt, Gianti: Tfrciit Iiilp the boi [or one; one got i Uo banter wall RoberlRon' itop'ticiL I Wllllarng jrka droppnTthe ball, Pletch cr holding Robinson Irleil lo aicrlttce. llolkc foul.sirlhe ball onej'.loul slrlke (KW A (ouMlp of llolke'a bat on tho kcar and the Olinl'r. (Irat bssernan foil un consclouH'sil tho plale.-ll lookcil ns I Holke waS'bsilljr hurt. Holkc recover cd nnd resumrt .his place nt Ihu bal Foul; Holkfc alruck oul: Rarklcn singled lo ,right ecorlng Trolns lo Feconrt. up; ball ono; ball two; O'- cautioned Ihe SOT.bench for coaching; slrlko two; Salleo struck out. Burns up; ball ono; slrHodnc; ball two; foul slrlke Iwo; foul; Burns struck oul. One run. Two hlu. bne 'Wn'ltl Eddie Collins up; E Collins riled out to Flelcher. JackKin up; Btrike one; alrlko bill one; ball (wo; Snllco claimed (he btll was pVer the piste. Jackson singled Intojeft Held Felsch Felncti singled la rlghl. anrf FelJch both icorcd on Onmlll'B cloiiblo lo Ittt field, VVeajcr up; (oul ilrllco onej foul ilrlke Iwo; bail bill two; Flelcher threw oul Weater, Oaridll xofng to thlril. Bchalk ball'one; Ninth Inning Giants: No runs. No hUs. No errors. The New Tea Room and Confectionery Parlors OPEN TONIGHT We invite yon lo visit the new lea room. We cerhiiiily pride, in the way it is ciiuipiicil, in the high eonl'cclionery, etc., have secured, in the service we will give :mrt most of all in the splendid lunch room service we are prepared (o render. You will be pleased we are sure. Tonight we are selling a special line of home-made CHOCOLATES at per Ib. We will be open Tor business next week. The Alexandra Confectionery ALEXANDRA HOTEL BLOCK Lectures SATURDAY; "Social Fads and Hum- bugs." Admission free. Collection. SUNDAY AT STARLAND THEATRE TO MEN ONLY AT 3 P.M. At p.m. will repeat his great lec- ture on "Love, Courtship, Marrlaae and Jealousy." Silver Collection at door. MONDAY: Closing Lecture on "How to Read Chantter-by Hand Shake, Walk, Way of .Wearing the Hat, Eyes, Nose, Mouth and Chin." AdmteE.iff.n Consultations at Room 4, Alexandra Hotel. Strike one; cm Fclscb'a single lo GallStpnes REMOVED IN 24 HOURS mtHOUT UT Mrt WHATEVER INDIGESTION, Glomach Liyc Disorders, AppenrtlclU3h PerltoaUla, and Kfdncj Stones arc often ciiued Half Stoncj, wbich-ls a d-jngeroua ccmpleljil misleads persons Lo be- neve that bare Etomach trouble cbroulc dyspepata anfi Indigestion, un' 111 Iliosc bid altacki or Gall Staua Colic appear, Iben lady realize what Is the Iroublc.. NIncly out Q[ etery: hundred have Gall Slones don't know It. Procure today and, aTold an operation. Can be obtained at! t co., Lethbrldge, Alberta J. w. MARLAI'T M1 Onljrlo Toronto, Ont IN FOUR ACTS ".VACATION" Thi one Is a real gloom dis-' peller. A howling Re- member no advance in pricei, good attractions Including "The Purple Mask." TONIGHT AT Your Last Chino la Laugh Week. SEE "BABY MINE" TO.NIGHT Prices 25e 35c 500 Good Scat! at 25o LM( Time Tonight OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS. Prices Only 1Sc LAST J1MES TONIGHT T A Ml''ED E PICT tJ R E S" N Also Other Good. Admislians 25ctand MONDAY AND TUESDAY JESSE L. LA3KY PRESENTS MME. PETROYA j IN "THE UNDYING fJLAME" This is M'adjme Pelrova't Picture. ORPHEUM THEATRE CULLIGAN BLAKE'S NATIVE HAWAIIAN PLAYERS SINGER3 DANCERS GUARANTEED ATTRACTION "He cried with a found voice, Linrus come forth. And he thai WJi dead came fsrlh, i Jetui MJIb them; him and Itl him _ v On account of the great InleresL In the lecture's In the Empress Theatre last Sunday by George Young, .Ihe Aaaocfatccf Buble Stud- ents have arringed for Another LECTLJRE Next. Sunday Siibjccl: "The Kosiirrcc'tioii of tlfclJciul." A. IL peMARA, IJxjuwilor V At EMPRESS THEATRt FREE __ ALl.'AMC'MVkl.COME NO COLLECTION ONLY JTArVTINO Oct 15-16-17 DAILY MATINEES BIO HAWAIIAN NOVELTY PRICES: Malinte i sec ;