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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta .WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915. THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE (r PUI II ALL OVER WILLIE Former lightweight Champion Only Got Best of Two Out of Ten Rounds New York, N.Y., Oct. Dundee beat VVilUe Ritchie, the form- er lightweight champion-of the world, in their bout at Madison Square Gar- den last night, according to popular newspaper opinion. Dundee won HEAD OF COMMISSION FAVORS DECISIONS IN NEW YORK BOUTS New York, N.Y., Oct. A. Wenclt, new chairman of the boxing commission of Now York state, fav- ors decisions referees. Wenck says decisions would mako "stallcrs" hustle, but tho drawback is tho .chance that a gambling clique would spring un. Wenck will take up .with other commissioners the propo- sition of allowing decisions. Decisions in New'York will greatly affect the game, us the highest purs- es (ire to bo had there. all but two of ten hot through rounds, SOME BOWLING SCORE buffalo, N.Y., Oct. Btrang, the young west-side bowler, broke loose last night with three biH games, which arc expected to stand as a record for tbe season. Starting with sixteen straight strikes, Strang season just closed, but none ol Ultra totalled 11 perfect same of 300, got going through the nine innings wilil- 25'1 In his secontl. and 2-IG in the third, out permitting a biugle. AMERICAN LEAGUE IS MINUS NO-HIT GAMES THIS YEAR SCOTT, FABER AND SHORE ON ONE-HIT ROLL OF HONOR- INDIANS WERE EASY PICKINGS' YOU GET THE Mbst For Your Money Only when you buy Mutual Insurance "If It's Life insurance It Must Be Mutual" Phone or see E. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. Chicago, Am- erican League pitchers came within i! lii I of :i clean slate during tile n tota'i oi SOO for games. three consecutive AFTER DENNENY BOYS Cornwall, Out., Oct. Cyril anil Corbett Denneny, who starred Vast with the Toronto Shamrocks, have been asked by Frank Patrick to name their terms, for the Coast lea- gue this season. Cyril is thinking ser- iously of going west, but will not re- ply to Patrick until he consults with his brother, who is sti'.l in Toronto. It is understood that the pennaiiy hoys have not :'et signed up 'for this and terms. are, therefore, open for HOCKEY IN HAMILTON Hamilton, Ont., Oct. may have a National Hockey associa- tion.trancliise'this coming winter. To- ronto magnates have discovered that Toronto cannot support two profes sional teams, it is said, and there is a possibility that one of the two, pro- bably .the Shamrocks, will be secured by 'local promoters, who are invests gating the prospects. GRANDMA NEVER LET HER HAIR GET. CRAY Kept Her Locks Dark Thick Sags Tea.. and Sulphur When you darken your hair with Sage and Sulphur, no one can because "it's. done so naturally, so evenly. .Preparing, this mixture, though at homo is mussj and trouble- Among the hurlers who held their opponents down to a single safely in a regulation game were Scott and Kaher, oi the While Sox. Shore was the only member of the Red Sox slab staff to An that well. Cleveland was the easiest mark for the pitchers. The Indians were held' to one bit five times during the year. Browns in Hard Luck The champion hard-luck pitching of tlic season was done by the trio of St. Lonis Browns in Julv. The com- bincil ellorts of Lowderinilk, Kisler SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Steamer To Nov. London Nov. PRETORIAN .Glasgow Nov. London Nov. London Nov. .Glasgow at Havre, east and west- ICarrles 3rd-class passengers only. Full information from any R. R. or S.S. Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, GenM. Nor-West Agent, 364 Main .Street, Winnipeg.____________ There belter catchers in the profession today than Jimmy Archer, hut there arc no such backstops, de- bincil ellorts of Lowdernilk, Kislerju an.l Hamilton held New York to two I clares New ort baseba11 sat'e hits in nine innings, hut tho Yankees won the game by a" score of to 1. Uases on balls're fre- quent than hits, otherwise two swats would not have been good for so many tallies. Hagcrman, of Cleve- land, (lallia oi Washington, anil Beuz and Itussell, of Chicago, also held their opponents down to a pair ot j safe raps, only to have their learns lose the game for them, Longest Game 19 Frames' The overtime record fai' thu was nineteen made by the ty. There is a slight distinction be- tween the two Catcher in- volves the broader sense of that spe- cial type of athleks .that wear mask, wind pad and mitt. A catcher's value is reckoned rela- Retlaw, Oct. ideal brand ot wcallier has prevailed during the week just past and excellent progress lias made the Ihreshermen. To date about sixty per cent, of the threshing is completed. Keporls of flax threshing are now at hand, and this Rrjiiii is well hold- ing up to the -good records set by wheat as to yields. A field threshed for Hert SuUon on the Luccas place east of town, went 21! bushels per acre, and a field on Mr. button's own place is expected to yield even bet- ter. P. N. Malm had llax that aver- aged 23 bushels per acre. Special Rates For Potatoes Special freight rates on potato shipments which will permit western farmers to more extensively take ad- vantage of the his eastern market as a result of the serious shortage in the cast, will be put into effect next Thursday, October 28th, by tbe C.P. K. The rates will be the same to .Montreal and eastern points, from western points, as the reductions ex- tended last year from eastern points 'to the west. The reductions will probably enable farmers in Alberta to secure a-somewhat higher price for potatoes, although the price is at present low enough. Farmers who have not accommodation for storing their big crops of potatoes would he advised it at all possible to secure extra help and get their potatoes on the track -as soon as possible, in or- der to'take advantage of the new rates1, and-the big market in the east. Don't be! All you need is a wax-wraj packet of that delicious, refreshing, sooth- ing, cooling Milkjtiver Yields Still Bring Surprises Milk River, Oct. weather for the past week has been exception- ally good and a very great deal oil threshing has been done. -Most or the] threshers are having pretty good luck and are very cheerful after the THE PERFECT GUM Life takes on a rosier hue when you have Wrigiey's to comfort you. It keeps the teeth clean and bright. It prods lagging appetite. It puts a poor diges- tion right. Send for Copy of "Wrigleyfs MOTHER GOOSE" funny jingle book in frcs. Address diilerent .weather they live to his teamwork, taking in his offensive as well as his defensive abil-j ity Backstop only implies the de- fensive pitchers, ing runners glued to the sacks, You have often heard a catcher's highest form of (lattery toward his have expen- ded threshing, beginning -to haul their'grain very fast. The eleva siop oniy uujmra me uc- t working overtime to keep up iuc-lhc of handhng am, Ule 6 are Tossmt, hdtsmen and keep lhe crops k lnost ttlute SOY and on June 24 pet batten mate bo lhe bite and Red ilso he could catch that guy seventeen ninnies in Mij but neither m locking thur Ucl er ha of those gams cimc tlost to the Vui- been known to such a boast arc turning out ji cases much hettci" than was expected, H. 'Fred Beard, who lives a few miles south and east of here reports that tting to the acre fir Jco 0 Bit ______ OUIIlelSl IO 111C aLfe UCO 13ar some Tor 0 cents 5011 can bu} at nnj drug stole the tonic called and Sulphur Compound Yoa just dampen or soft v, Ith it and draw this througn vour Inir tilting one small strand at a time. "By morn- ing all gray hair disappears, and, air tor motl ei application or two our hair becomes beautifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant. You will also encan Icmies iccnrd of tout innings, held by the -Athletics and Keel 1 the clumpionsl ip lace one iL-xm, piled up a to til of tuentj one hi.ts against opposing slabsmen. The St. Louis Browns did it to three But m game he works he acn rows reports tint on land that has not been for three years the "yield was -10 bushels to the discover dandruff is gone and hair lias stopped falling. Gray, faded hair, -though no dis- grace, is a sign of 'old-age, and as we all' desire a youthful and attractive appearance, set, busy at once with Wyoth's Sage and Sulphur and look years youngar. THE COSY ROLLER RINK CITIZEN'S'BAND Will Play at the Cosy Roller Rink Tonight Admission -Free SKATES Gentlemen 25c Ladles 15c Children; 15c SKATING to to UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT W. BRADBEER, Mgr. hut ii 11 mure 1 fiitten innings. Washington pounded Tom Sheehaii of the Athletics for twenty one hits last month, 'and Connie Mack would not take him out. ttasmnijiun IDUU up the highe t total of runs in a nino-iniiing game; when Philadelphia 20. .to 5, near the end of the season. handles hib pitchers to the height of atre on sumnier.fallowed land] perfection Rom i fai moie difficult that has ]lot fccen threahcd yet he ex_ losilion He doesut sit in i rocking fcs a flf- at ]cast tb ,the acre. p chair jjut lie sits on his heels Vnd while :crouched, on the rear view oi his pedals ho can throw jvst about! as accurately and twice as speedily as any other man fiet firmly on his ..feet for a peg. Jiminv Archer behind the bat is.the personification of athletic grace It TOTAL LOSSES OF CENTRAL POWERS ARE PUT AT London, Oct. Nieuwe Rot- terdamsghe as quoted by Reuier's'; Amsterdam correspondent, NO-HIT GAMES IN THE. FEDERAL vorth the price of admission alcnc f vea German osses from October U to see him worl three quarters to 20 at in dead Bounded and of the time lie squats on his heels firm as a tUep-seated Me is 'a wail-knit oek fellow muscled missing. The. total Prussian losses are_giyen as. The says there also have been issued 22S Allen, Hendrix, Davenport and Main Credited. With Perfect Per- formances Chicago, Oct Fcdera league muiers'.were credited witli DO hit gdrats tho of 191 and three of these performances won clean cut by Alien of Pittsburg: against T ouis Hendrix of Chicago, against Pitts burg- and LJ-uenport of St Louis ag ainst the Whales, of Kansas City was no-hit game against Buffalo'at the so- licitation of the ballplayers, who in duced the Buffalo official scorer to out a hit which hail been scored against the Kanfed hurter in an earlj inning. We Are Still In The Ring! AND GOING STRONGER THAN EVER. D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 407 Fifth Street S MAN BREAKS OF GAME FOR; .GOOD New Haven, Conn., Oct. add to the gloom nhich has been In ence in -.the-.Yale football camp, for some time, it'was learned tonight that 'Mai" the backfield star, liad sustained a in the Wash- ington .arid Jefferson He pro- habiy be unable to phi an; more this season. Scpvil's .iujary but he said nothing of it and latei made YUe s onl> touchdortn His loss is i severe blow especiai v as he had taken -IjegrdlB's. place, fol- lowing thu latter's disimalincation MIDY BLADDER I MID1 like a Greek runner liut fai frongi-tBavarian 209 Saion 286 Wurtemburt int proportions 'S cl nhlle balanced and 5a al casualty lists as TV ell as on the backs ol Ins slio s be can take ''sta of ofrirers nitli the Turkish the speiJiest sbooti rocking armj Tbe Couraut (lsiires the total an Inci, [losses ol the central powers at 000 Archer is undoubtedly jthc classiest ball player Canada has turned out for service on the other side. He learned the game in Toronto. Great Bangtail The turf champions of 1915 II itnoug the ttto-jeir olds Thunderer, the great Whitney runner, seems to be in a class bv himself. He the big futurity nom a fcld of 000. Armies Fight on Their Stomachs them, more than once having been' en- tirely Jost. Threshing operations are.slfil being pursued with tbe utmost vigor, but, of grain is practicallj at a standstill here as for several If vour stomach xsan t take carejcars haite been at a premium, and wonderful Iiorses and an I of food properly b> itself what to understand ttiat over It Takes Good Digestions to Win i War or in Anything Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets to Aid Digertion Send for FREE Trial Package Two delicious long-lasting flavors Warner School Children Had Narrow Escape ritoii PVGE) These bog holes are inti cattle have frequently got into wmnei in his otficr two starts Whit- Is the logical thing to do7 Ssot to forty cars are non on the order book ne> ilbo has Bromo Dominant sue up and resijn to being and besides this and Slipshod and Jamfs Madden has a fine colt in Gillies, bi-t Thunderer 'seems 1; ing-of -them, all, another horse is .the champion three-year-old. The Lit- tle bay dlh smashed tradition vJien won great Kuntnckj Derby It wait ir-e j ii filjy ever won t'lat classic. Regret] also won the Saranac handicap, car- rj top weight, breaking ahead ol the field and far ahead loamer, that sterling four-year-old owned by Andrew Jliller; easily won the honors in his class. He brought home man} thr "tidi, of dollars for us owner Beiten b> a ncvse in tin Brookljn hinditap he did a come- back hj ill of us other nces One of his biggest uctorics was in tie Siritogi cup Avl-cn lit galloped home although pitted against-a crack field WINNIPEG BEAT SASKATOON Winnipeg, Jinn., Oct. a tt'Ie- grauhfc bowling match between Tux- edos of Saskatoon and Wanderers of Vinnipeg the Pepgu's three games but in ouch ell the pacing earns. Garrys in Whinineg, and Bcav- 'Vs. in Sasltrttoon. wain from the match c-aiu. two out of three, the vinnins. also over the" Heavers, but hifi on total pinnagc by three." Ce- of the Garns hit tho high nark of G35 with two big sanies, oho iver 2oO. of .Soulli i runaway thing to do Is to aid! your stomach practicallj the elevators are As a result 'the building of granaries has receded a slight fillip, but in many cases' the grain is being- dumped right on the ground. Benjamin "Ruppt: of .Fanagan, 111. has been In town for a .lew days 'look- ing after lua interests here Mr Rupp is o'ttner of a tine half section adjoining ths town and his crop this Ided 47 bushels to the acre [joining ar Mel 4 4 C PREMIER BORDEN RISKED HIS LIFE TO SAVE WOMAN Moncten, N.B., 'Oct. Premier Borden saved Uio life 3 of a woman who bad fatten on the railway track, here yester- da> afternoon Sir Robert, who was'on his war from his home at Grand Pre, N S to Montreal wab standing on the plitform innen the was thrust on.'lhe rails b1 the which con gregated at the deout to see him The woman lulling- under a moving train when die 4 Prime Minister caugtit her and placed be in A i-acc of safety jg.'-more. important to beixt the Ger- mans tharC to maintain the post" office at its present high state of efficiency. Rev. J. R. Marshall, of .Vancouver, Ins iccepled a ciH to William street Baptist church Chatham__________ CONST1PATIENTS Read This------ Mr Hoop is seriously considering nossibihtj of here nith bis family to si vacation so that it can, gam strength by ugtng Stuart s Dyspepsia Tablets after" meals I Stuarts Djspepsia Tablets go into' jour stomach just like food Thej 1 A deal has been closed within the past few days, whereby Bittorf Bros, have sc d Out their diav md express business to W H Soice ana have Liken the harness business of Mr. ".Soice. Mi Skinner and Mi Lawre icu renresenting tho Western Trading Co have taken T digest" this food. They they en- rich tht. blood and thin when the next meal is eaten-the system is bet- ter! prepared to do''its without assistance. All Druggists have Stuart's Dys- ;pepsla T.abl6ts in 50c bojcns. Get a box oi send coupon belcw x ctlin 'Jumfrtcsi was killed in accident near Paris The first alien to-he interned Waterloo county, Onlariol is Gcbhard'1 uho tried to send money to Germany, i FREE TRIAL COUPON F. A. Stuart 203 Stuart Btilldiny, Marshall, .Mich., :send me nt? once a free trlfel package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Name George Kchler "has resigned the rmmngcment of the meat market, find he will be succeeded by William Hulit. George Pollock lacent listened fioni the UNMMP lormerl tloried and W. Grler, who has ilKO resided here for some .time, have joined the A.M.C. at Calgary, accord- ing to'" "reports received by their friends. BRITISH POST OFFFICE IS MEN BETTER WORK "TO DO London Oct nost office lias taken lhe lead among departments of tho government In-releasing men e u i bpecialh (etui? of the postal emplCjGCb Htirberf, Samuel, inuotmred he hit! dec d ed that eligible ILID should to enlist and! that' their place; would be open for them. I here is better ncik lo do than ran j ing peoples letters he said It It must be remembered that the bow els should e freely once a dav to ensure perfect health ".hen sucn is not the rise the poisonous waste mitenal is ib orbed into the system, thu producing a self blood poisoning The causes of Consttpition arc man} and varied Among the more common mav be mentioned poor stomich di- ijestion a deficicncj of bile in the T lack of secretion in the boweU iiid a want of the natural contraction of the intestines from above do s Abbey s Effcn cscent sold evcryuhi-rc at 2oc ind bOc stimulates aid resio the stomach digestion increases the flow of b Ic into the mtt tine, etudes a flow from the in tLsUnal and restores na- viiral do actor of the inlcb- tines renderi-iK it cnsy to secure a free artion of the bcmcls is one I of tic in-mvtant requisite to i 1 c-iltl i J D Hia nbotha-n Co Limited HELL WITH THE HYPHEN.' SAYS New Yorlt, N.Y.. Oct. hell with tho. Is tlio-moUo Col Theodoie thin1 a miffh be nlacsd on the coins and o( United SlttOT in plflv. tJit I oro. v I (then will Yea If yon don't Save NOW? 11 no jubt zj vill yourctoer that lhe lattc1- moru timti keep psce rfifh the former i Jie h nc to s art i Fund ths Departrrert of ihs Union Bank of Canada fie place to I.eep it Mtra yod have on dovn to one dollar- OF CANADA ;