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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SKPTKMBKR 2, 1010 THE LETHBUinfiR DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Owing to flic excessive demand for Davis until toe enlargement of our Modeli Factories is -we are asking all Tobacconists to buy no more days' supply. This will ensure Cigars in prime ORIGIN ATEDBIi LIMITED, MONTREAL. The Largest Maanlacfurers oS CSsars in-Canada. Winners Gold Me In competition with the World. WHY? have made goofl Cigars hali a Century. PARIS PHILADELPHIA 1.87G; Some Good Tennis New York-, Sept. Tlie turning point in the comhict of baseball on the playing field Jwvj .come. The, game is to be played from now on for the bene- lit. of the spectators in the grandstand and bleachers, not to satisfy some player desiring to work off his temper on an umpire or an opposing player. This was the statement of Governor Tener, president of the National lea- gue, in an interview with the United Press. Ills declaration follows the action National league magnates who, in their meeting last week in New York agreed to prevent boister- ous discussions on the playing field. No Knocking From the Bench Umpires in the National league here after are to "be treated with more res pect. .and their decisions are to he final Also, there will be no more verbal attacks on visiting players by the white-clad players, nor will the home guard have' to listen to sallies from the visitors' bench. is. the day of President Tenor said. "The baseball player is much like the average mother. When a bay is hard, .to control the mochei blames his companions; when a base CHICAGO GOLFERS CADDY FOR THEIR CADDIES _____ Chicago, Sept. golf courses in and around Chicago were caddyless today. Even at the Exmoor club, where the annual, tournament was being played, regular cad- dies were not to be found. Instead, all the erstwhile Chi- cago caddies were here golf-. ers; officially representing their home clubs ami competing for gold1 watches, suits of clothes, money prizes and club honors, while well-to-do and portly Chi- cago golfers caddied for them. NATIONAL Brooklyn........ 2 Boston.......... Philadelphia...... 69 New York........ 56 Pittsburg......... 53 St. Louis........ 55 Chicago 55 'Cincinnati' 47 .010 .610 .590 .487 Forest Hills. X. Y., Sept. best tennis of the foreuonn was un- covered in the match between Clar- ence J. (Iriffin of San Francisco and E. H. Whitney of Now York. Griffin won in i four sets 12__10, but only after one of the hard- est struggles of the present tourna- ment. Wallace F. Johnson of Phila- delphia, defeated W: Merrill Hall, of New York Douglas S. Waiters, New Orleans, defeated E. R. McCorffllck, California William M. Johnson, San Francisco, defeated 'Leonard Beekman, New York; P-2. Willis E. Dav: is the holder of the clay court cham- pionship, went down before Watson M Washburn in a hard fought four- set match by Cinci's Win Pittsburg. Sept. Cincinnati won, from Pittsburg by a score of 6 to 3. o Wagner's home run and the hitting of Chase, who made four hits, featur- ed. Cincinnati Pittsburg Toney and Clark, WIngo; Kantleh- ner, Jacobs, Miller and Fischer. Myers" and Picinich; Crafts and Ghavrity. No other games scheduled. Leaders Defeated New York, Sept. over- come a three-run Boston lead and beat adelphiif draw closer 10 nrsi pmce us came a _tniee ruu a wwe very effective, especially with j Boston............... Shut Out Leaders Twice Philadelphia. Sept. crowd that filled the stands to capacity saw Phil- adelphiif draw closer to first place by Cardston, Sept. 2. Yesterday's amusements at the annual fair were blames his companions; when a at the annual fair were ball player looks bad on a play he to the horse races, but this flcesn't like to-taka all the so I Leavitt and Hjffi Spring lw Icoks feme one to lake slagei] a baseball game at'52BO a side men. on base First Brooklyn.............-- 0 8 Philadelphia...........' 3 i) ij Coombs and Miller; Alexander and Killifer. oss it. And the umpire is usually the handiest. Ofte'i he says -things he shouldn't, and then- he is put out of the game and fined. Up to the .Club Owners Now "We have certain laws which aie meant to control "the actions of play- ers anil managers on the field, and heretofore we have boon forced to do all 1the disciplining. Hereafter the club owners arc: going to lake a hand, with a view to stopping all wrangling before it starts. game at '5260 a sid that was all the talk .of the town. Sonic 'very good racing was seen'yes- terday. Pitcher of Cardston sprang a surprise with Glen C, when he went out and took the -free-for-all in two straights.. ;The racing results were: One milQ; free-for-all: :Glen Peanuts, T 2nd; Pathfinder 3rd. Half mile running race, Cy- clone, Afont., 1st; Giey Deek, 0, Leavitt, 2nd. C. Wllftp Hopo'C. Ponel! 2nd ID SiujJimife i. .I-..Q....O V _7 it j 1st: Whftp C. Ponel! 2nd id everv club owner has] 'Boys' nuartpi; mile dash 'l__: n__ r.-_n..lr n lot- Mirlpof "To this en. agreed to keep bad talk down. No play- er will be allowed to yell from the bench at opposing players, nor to make -the same kind of an attack on the field of play." v Governor Toner is a firm believer in baseball for the fan. The tan says for Ihe game, he. declared, and cinuld.be os Bay Frank, 0. Leavitt Midget, C. Ppwell, 2nd. j Auto race, .IS. Crabtrec, In Ford, 1st And Spencer 2nd. Iho big brown that car- tftfe halt mile run Is 17 yeais old" arid Is 'owned by Chhi-leyi'I'oWoll of the.Iilaokfoot in Montana; Some very good bucking' was stag- and hears a wrangle on the he does hot bblleVe' the bug pays tor n. newspaper to, read statomonts riward- Ing a 'fracas in a'basoball game I3ox- ng a racas Ing ciiliibltionsv' Governor Toner is convinced, aro provided in suitable lilaces, and .the National league Is nol .competition wlili the genUemen 11 made his major league debut in the second game- First Philadelphia...... 1 J l Washingtpn 3 0 Nabors and Picinich; Johnson and Williams. Second 12 0 Philadelphi Washington 12 THE NEW PRICE 15c. EACH ZforSOcts. 6for90cts. I2forS1.75 FeatcJiF Co.. Inc. Bhksrs, St. Jcbns, Qua. Oklahoma City, Okla., Sept. torney-general Freeling said today that the Moran-Jlorns light, aciiedui-j ed to.- Tulsa, on Labor Day, would not be permitted. In the sailing races held by the Aquatic club at Henderson lake on Wednesday the wihnersi in the small sail race were, 1st, A. G. Speace. 2nd, Rldpath, 3rd Barrowman, 4th, H. A. Smith. In the large sail race, 1st Kidpath, 2nd Barrowman, 3rd R. A. Smith. This was the windup for the sailing races for this season, with the that Spence has four wins to his credit and Ridpath one. New, York Mays, Shor and Thomas. Cady; Shocker. Fischer, Cullop and Alex- Braves Advance Boston, Sept. defeating New York here 3. to .1 while the Phillies were winning twice from BrobKlyn, the Braves tied with the leaders.'.-.- New York............ 10 :2 3 S 3 v iiuierson and Rariden. McCarthy; iiushes, Ragon and Gpwdy. Boston Detroit New York St. Lpuis Chicago Cleveland Washington Philadelphia AMERICAN 71 70 B7 G6 66 61 28 .573 .551 .543 .532 .524 .402 .231) who af-e prompting them. Split Double-Hoader Washington. Sept.. and Philadelphia split a double-head- er, the locals winning the first game 3 to 1 and losing the second, 4 to 1, Walter Johnson held the visitors safe nt all stages In Ihe, opening game. Crafts, a. Washington recruit'pitcher, AMERICAS ASSOCIATION Columbus 3, Toledo 0." St. Paul 5, Minneapolis 6. No other games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL Richmond 2, mcr.trcr.; 7. Providence 1, Buffalo 2. Baltimore 11, Rochester 3. Newark-Toronto, >wet grounds. .NORTHWESTERN Tac.oma -9, Seattle 4, Great Falls 2, Butte S. Vancouver 4, Spokane 1, PACIFIC COAST Salt Lake 4. San Francisco o. Oakland 2, Vernon .4. NORTHERN Superior 0, Winnipeg. 3. Duluth 1, Fargo 4. F. G. Forster, chief under the administration nf the liquor act, reports that during the month of July, the first month under the new act, there were in the province of Alberta thirty-six convictions for infractions of the- set. For the offences charged i various magistrates inflicted fines in 27 cases aggregating S1500; seven offenders were sent to gaol; two were allowed out on suspender! sentence. The convictions were In the following places: Calgary 22; Edmonton 6; Warner 2; Red Ueer 2; Lacombe 1; Millett 1; Grande Prairie 1; Peace River Crossing 1. A new foil starched ligt. tape lints smarter than a soft collar TOOK: COLLARi Admitted the best quality and best fitting in Ganadi TOOKE BROS., LIMITED MONTREAL SKOOKUM JIM HAS CROSSED THE i DIVIDE Seattle, Sept. Jim' Ma- don, an Indian, who with George Car- Klondike gold field 20 years, ago, died in poverty recently at Careross, Yu- kon territory, it was learned hero today. At one time he had in gold, nearly all of which he squan- dered. On a visit to Seattle he threw money from his hotel window to crowds fight for it in the street. The Fast Load for Ducks When the good shot of the day comes-you want to be con- your shot shells are reliable-ihat they will back up and do .their part to fill your game bag. CanucR -Ihe speediest of til shot you .eal confidence worries. The sensitive primer, the powerful lo.d and the response to the trif {er-pull jtiirantee shooting satisfaction. There ii no "miiht have been' mlh Dominion Shot Shells The lmp.n.1 Rel.l ..d Crov. .re le.t.d ..d ol Know UahStaHlalll Wrile today tor our free hanier. A Chip ol the Old Block Dominion Cartridge Co., Limitad 785 Bldff "The sales of Noblemen .Cigars have more than (luring the past three months, Have you tried out ;