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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, THE LE Til BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB BASEBALL iy NATIONAL w. Philadelphia 68 Brooklyn 6ti Boston Kl i Chicago St. Louis 00 Pet. .573 .337 .525 .-180 ;'.47l '.451 5 0 7 1 and MAKING GEHMANS OUT OF POLISH HUK.IECTS York ii 5 Philadelphia............. 3 Kew York.............. 1 Chalmers and Burns; Tesrcau Meyers. Seconi! game: Philadelphia............. Alexander and Killifer; Mathewson and Wendell. Kt. Louis......... Doiili and Suyder: sou. Brooklyn............. J3oston Pfeffer and McGarty; Davis and Gowdy. MONSTER OPEN LAWN BOWLING TOURNAMENT ON LABOR DAY 11 i and Ulli Arrangements are now being made for the Lawn Howlers' Annual Labor Day Tournament, which generally concluded the games lor Ihc season. This year the Ununanient will be larger and more mer events, as i fcr- iiiK atraiiRed for and will lie Riven lo (lie winning rink, and also Ihe; siiiRli- and double champions. The) Kami's be open to all lawn bowl-I crs in I In- city, those j to any clnh desiring to play on the will kindly send in their I names' to S. Adams, care oi lly- j mer events as lie comimiJi.i-i- M, including single and dou- lands A: Bowls will he snpphed hie i-imcs as wrll as Ihe regular 11. all i-i.-mcrs. Ihe first diaw nil! l.fl Kmmre and for in ..Mock Monday A llolh the Umpire un< (ialt greens will be used on the huli- Fullcr particular.'; as .to Hi o'clock Monday A liie Hankers1 Cup with Ta-j lier possible challengers, will the Her- he' pia, on the (lalt Ganloi, greens aid on Saturday. 1'rir.fs are now be- rn the holiday. Boston Philadelphia Ruth and Lapp. Chicago Detroit Russe! Btanage. New York Shawkey and and Williams. Caiiv: Kiiowleson 7 I and and .Meyer; 0 10 S 12 James u 1 G I IS BY FEDS N'imamaUer; Harper York, Sept. every Iraiu arriving at New York during the past 21 hours has brought a re- tinue oi light followers to assist the principals and to follow the work- outs prior to the'llcFailand-Gibnons bout, to be staged here on Septem- ber 11. arrived here on Monday and was followed by Rib- bons, from St. Paul, on Tuesday. 01 Both men have been through 1 sonip very strenuous exercise at Cbi- flaltimore. Mrt.. Sept. imeonditiomil release uf Pitch- er "Chief" Bender was an- nounced loday by the inanage- inent of the Ilalt'imore Federal league club. Bender was for- merly with the Philadelphia Americans, and for -years ranked as one or the mon la- mous pitchers in the ganle. In the wake of Ihr (Ionium armies C.cnuan schools arc bring for land. Some of the children have their hands up ready lo fell w hat they know. Cleveland St. Louifi .lones ami O'Neill; Louderraillt am Severoid. FEDERAL IV. caiin ami' (be Minnesota city, and they have tern renewed with since arm at here. Packey Will Be Old vigor Cranbrook, B.C.. Sept. Crnn- i lirooli Tennis cluli brought ils annual tournhuient to a conclusion Sat- I unlay. A large crowd was on band unlay. A large cruvu ,m.." Packey McFarland, with less than, The finals were all two weeks' training before linn, 131verv and evenly fought. the fans what he and iiiss Gieserich, as was expected, gave a fine exhlbi- determined to shou has left in the way of the boxing goods, after his long iieriod of idle- Pittsburg Newark St. Louis Chicago Kansas City Bufialo Brooklyn Baltimore Baltimore'...... -j Brooklyn.............. Suggs' and Owens; Bluejacket ana Land. Pet. .561 ness. The Si I MeCreery' Brighton Beach on September 3 was learned that Packey is w reports '.350 That goes to show what was predict-, ed when the match was made-thai the 147 at 3 o clock will be for Mike than Packey. St. Louis Crandall1 and Chapman; and Berry. Chicago Kansas City McConjiell Easterly. Ne-wark Buffalo..... Sea ton and Blair. -1 S 1 3 '.l 1 Knetzer 5 11 1 201- and Wilson; -Main and Rarideu; 9 14 1 1 7 5 Bedient and INTERNATIONAL jersey City....... Rochester.......... 9 Buffalo............... 3 Second Buffalo............... 1 Toronto-Richmond, Montreal llarrisbtirg Providence Providence rain. Gibbons Predicts Win For the first lime sinec the con- summation of his match with Jlc- Parland, Gibbons has ventured a pre- diction as to ihc outcome, declaring the mateh going to Giegericb and Gco. won the mixed doubles, heating -Miss E-rickson and C. B. Gar- rett in the final, and Miss Mecredy and A. Fairbairn in the semifinal., The match between Miss Mecredy and Fasrbairn, and Miss Giegerich and Geo. MeCreery went .into three ne latter collide playing better easier! team work, and always bad the mutch in hand. A Falrlialrn and Gordon WalllnKer defeated C. Qarrett and J. McEwan I' the conquered people of.fPo inslrucliou of CONTINUED FROM No Need for Panic That there is no n icky fefiiiiH that i crn farmers, is the opinion doors from the MAY ABOLISH SUNDAY CARS Itegma', Sask., Sent. Regina is to vote on the questfon of Abolishing street cars as a uieaus of re- the annual deficit on this de- Sunda ducin partment. IS THIS THE RECORD? Kingston, Out., Sent. overseas battery at BarrieQeid carapj has as one of its iiewlyenllsted meni-X berN, Arthur John Grigg cf Brock-.', villc, whose seven other brothers on active service. con a that he would knock out his rival. U is quite the usual thing for UUICcllCU v_. vim i in the men's doubles, alter three hard sets A. Fairbairn again won the handicap singles, repeating last years performance, by defeating H. 0. Me- E A. In addition, he pionship cup presented again defeating H. G- won the secretary's Lmpionshiu. Baird, who believes that nucli of this] talk of depression ot' tlie price is started by speculators, who have rea- son to lower prices as far as possible. "I do not mean to say that the mar- ket may not go lower even said Mr. Baird, "but the farmer will have a market for every single bushel be 1ms grown, and the only, thing that he has to do is to prevent putting his crop on the market too rapidly. The foreign market will eventually absorb every bushel of grain in this country over and above Canada's ov.-n require- ments, and the only thing that has got to be done is to prevent the dump, ng of thousands of bushels on the market at the same' time. Tiso Dominion government could store at least bushels in Jieir elevators, and if that was handled by some such plan as a have fnr the nan-' II., which 'will keep them busy 'fli. tin- the west j for the next thirty days. This order Minion ot Mr. i a 10' thinl order oi 'th tllc ora'r The company have that the advance sale of tickets in Greater New York is pleasing. The Brighton motordrome has been tournament. Tlie event till j more pop- ular than ever, between SO. and -10 outlined it would have a wonderful effect in. steadying the market. Transports Considered Sufficient have already been concluded by the Dominion government. matches being pi remodelled1 for the'occasion, and now has a seating capacity of rep-1 week, large crowds, resenting a "money capacity" of; games. i The arc.divided 81 at- -I'UOn at lUt S3, and box seats at QUESTION IS, WILL RECORD BE WIPED OFF? AM. ASSOCIATION 'Cleveland 0, Indluirapolis 10. Louisville 4, Columbus 5. Kansas City 7, .Minneapolis 5. Milwaukee 3, St. Paul 5. iVORTHWESTERN Spokane 8, Seattle (I. Vancouver 1, Tacoma 11. 16 .STRIKEOUTS FOR WARREN Prince Albert, Sept. a crowd of the local baseball team defeated the Saskatoon Young Oberals and thereby evened the race for the provincial amateur championship. for Prince had .16 strikeouts, 'l lie nnai game will, he played here, probably on Saturday. To Sportsmen Remember, owing to the war. the.police arc very strict in see- ing that anyone shooting has a license made- out In his own name, and also that the person has the license In his posses- sion. Therefore, to avoid trouble- get vour license early from C. G Otander, 13th Street N., Lethbrldgc. We have the best price! on Guns and Ammunition this year. Give us a call before buying. C. G. Olander S24 13th, Street North. The following is a list of the prize winners and the results of the finals: American tournament (mixed dou- Giegericb ami Mr. Mc- tournament (mixed'dou- held lor the benefit of the Im- perial Daughters of the Empire To- The question uppermost in thejbaccl) Fund-Miss Harrison and A. minds-of those who follow irack and j held sport just now'is whether or Ladles' doubles prizes not the world's record ol 1 rain. 521 by T. T. sees, for the m.le will be wiped oil HalsnH alH1 Miss Mecredy beaL Mrs. the slate ere Ihe snow (lire. These Meeredy and Miss Giegerich. figures stand lo Ihc credit of Ted1 j-i.ui- .Meredith since the last Olympic games at Stockholm, and were tho result of a continuation of the meter event of the regular program, in which Meredith also made a notch on old Kather Time. Dame Humor joruon auu Mixed doubles prizes presented by N. Hanson-Miss. gerieh and fieorge McCroery Ladies' singles prize contract for nailing to Jonc Doris, cf this city, who have already put a gang oi men, at work. It will requUi) nearly a car of nails lo com- plc'te this contract. Mrs. G. Cauldweli. Mrs. Jack Bur- ton and Mrs. John Shaw, delegates from the Cranbrook Women's Insti-j tule, left yesterday for Nelson, where- tlrey -will 'attend 'the annual conven- tion of that body, which convenes Wednesday and Thursday. I The Cr'anbrook I. 0. D. K. have forwarded to the old country Cran- Kegular he sent Grain Co. 1 Announce that they will Open An Office in the Hull Block In a few days. They will engage at once in purchasing grain from the farmers _ to purchase tobacco for the brook men at the front, monthly contributions will hereafter. G F. Carter, district registrar, has returned from Montreal, where j he has been spending the past couple j oi months with his aged mother. Mr. Percy Hartncl! and bride ar- ____ rived in the city yesterday from their As'far'is'bootonis for carrying away j honeymoon trip, which they spent at ihe crop are concerned, Mr. Baird the coast, visiting Vancouver, Se- believes that adequate arrangements m MomhlJ. fernoon for Lethbritlge, Alta., at! wiiich place she will visit with friends for the next two weeks. BANKERS COMING WEST Man.. Sept. Managers of 'Winnipeg hanks entertained .1 party of Oklahoma bankers, who ar- rived in Winnipeg earlj- today in .1 special train. They are their way to the convention of the American Bankers' association at Seattle, Sep- tember 0 to 10, and left for the west at 3 p.m. presented by X. A. Wallinger-Miss eredy heat Miss Giegerlch. Ladies' championship (open) tire news, for some time that hy A. Jie- Tabnr lias his eye on vs Pye, %amc postponefl- ark and may make a bid jn-esented by H. G. lleeredy, hasihad tire news, for some time that! hy. A. Jle- dith's ma_...... when he feels fit. CAtGARY TEAM GETS THE FIRST GAME Edmonton, Sept. Hustlers oi Calgary, easily defeated the Bor- deu Bearcats, champions oi the .Ed- monton City League, 'this afternoon, in the first game of the final play-oft for the Alberta championship, the score boing 9 to 3. The game was an interesting one to watch, and after the bailie was over the hldmontonians admitted that they were outplayed iu all branches of ihe game., NATIONAL CHAMP. STALLION STAKES FOR C. W. LAZELLE won by Miss Gieserich. doubles prize giv- en by the Palrtairn and Gor- don Wa'iinger. Gents' aingles pro- sented by J. D. Fair- balrn beat 11. G. Mecredy.' Ihamnionshln cup present-- by A. by A. Fair- bairir -Meeredy retired. Prize presented by H. G. Won by C. B. Garrelf. Miss Mecvedy and Messrs. A. and D Fairbairn are leaving Friday tor Balfour, lo compete in the tennis tournament, which is for the cham- pionship of the Kootenay. Ibeir friends look forward lo them bringing home some of the silverware. Vonkcr Sept. Lazcl.e, ii wealthy amateur rein- man, of WliiUnfisvillc, Massiichusetls, won the National Championship-Stal- lion stakes for three-year-old trotters at the Grand circuit mealing here veslcrday with Henry Toddr-a voting iiorsc that he bred, developed, train- ed and drove to victory. COWLER DEFEATS HEMPLE New York, .Sept. Cowler, DIRECTUM I. PACED FAST MILE Vonkers: NT.. Sent. ".-Over a trad; which trainers estimated to be, from three to four slow, Di- rectum 1. paced a in 2.0214 at recuini i. the Grand Circuit meeting at the um- pire City 1'ark, here todily, His per- formance, under the circumstanCei, regarded as one of the best .ho ever made. Starting lo beat his, own unofficial record of 1.5S without a .wind shield, he. paced 'the first quar- ,ter 111 .32, ttie second in .SO the. defealed Jack Heniple, j third ov of San Francisco, in the third rosind' of a in-round match here last night, the -telcreo stopping the right to save Hemple irom a knockum-. nein- nlc displayed great gaincness. He was. knocked down "three times in Ihe first round and twice in the, third before the referee's action. Cowler weighed rnU was Ihc three-year-old filly, Harris M., winner of the pacing di-, vision of the National championship stallion stake. Donald, she rot'iod Driven by Wn Mc- off .the second pounds and Ilemplc 186 pounds.bent LJOIKIIU, Y in convincing horsemen thai on a fast slw ;cnn When Lottie Pickford Smiles it gets you'l She's the culesl, cleverest-, .duintiest liulc witch you evei Ihe Photoplay A PicttirixiJ Rommntic N Star photoplay with nil ftnr ptaycrr, that's taking the coan try by sta For a Suggestion! 110.000 for sequel to thia wonder- words or idea. Start eecing: this ire- film.pUr EMPRESS TONIGHT OFFIK i CO! OFF SH CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE that had lillcd Majcr McLaren. He drove ill) to lllc hospital, got out and went to help the major was the headless body sitting bolt i upright in t-iie lonneau of Ihe car. The driver went stark, staring mad. "You know, after the big show the men must have a rest, those who out, but the trouble is to got them back far enough. They must have time to get their nerves back in condition. I remember a case where headquarters were a ihali-mile hack from the iirinj line. In the little buildings' were a captain, subaltern .mil six orderlies. A six-inch how- il7er shell landed in the centre of the group, and when we cleared away the debris there was nothing left oi any of them. "A doctor was walking along sev- eral miles A German Hying overhead dropped a few little deeds of mercy in the shape of bombs and that was' all that was seen, of the doctor and a medical camp. "Dead lay all over, but the men used to if, though at times they are depressed.1' 40 Percent of Wheat in Stook atAliorado May we estimated here bushels of grain would be marketed pn the l.etnbmlce-Hcybiirn line in the home- stead country. This is a lair guess at the prospect now. Twenty-live bushels of wheat and sixty-five of oats is a conservative estimate of tte yield. Fovtv r.crccnl. of wheat; .oats and barlev'arc new in shock. The rain of] last 'week here had little eft'ect on j outline. area covered by the was small. I A. 1'. Hamilton, a iU'Oill student! aged 1C died at Victoria, Ii. C'., fill-i lowing injuries lie revived while working on his father's ranch. B HIS store of ours is a business with a purpose -and if you- -nave been dealing with us for any- length of time, you will have guessed _what. that purpose is. The shortest Vay we can state it is that we aim to grce standardized service in' standard goods. By" "service" we mean a good bit more than handing you what you ask for and punch- ing the cash more than courteous treatment and quick deliveries. It means keeping up with the new things. It means looking better grades, wider assort- ments, progress all along the line. It means going a' little further than many a hard- ware store usually- -thinks of going. It means carrying bigger stocks, more satisfying range, greater freedom of and every article backed by us, to give. satisfaction to the customer. In Arms and Ammunition, for -instance, it 'means' that we make a feature of REMINGTON-UMC Shot-guns, Cartridges, Shot Shells. It means -keeping right up-to-the-minute in our display of the :new models as they come out. And in Ammunition it means that our stocks are always often re- plenished, boxes clean. and ammunition dependable. If you are interestad in shooting, come in and let :us show you our REMINGTON-UMC Display. 12 and 111 Gauge Prices Xovn'iiil Per Per 500 -85 n, -75 'Dominion Regal, smokeless Prices .75 14.00 Win. Repeater, Prices 17-50 Speeinl Shot Gnu. L2 -Ga. Double Barrel 11.00 Alberta Saddlery Co. Ltd. ;