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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SKPTEMURR fi, iniG THE DAILY J'IEHAUJ PAGE THREE In The World of Sport WHEN THE OLD MASTERS vU IS Historical Event In Baseball "BIG SIX" WON THE BATTLE 10-8 TToKtecat V Brown BEAI 00! TIT nnrAT nro fit falAI ItLOl A new foil starched light weigtt tape smarter than a soft collar Admitted the best quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE EROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL Aitktm assii'M- ml a lead Dario lluijhi at tlie HiSth mtl'j and won thci first uunmil mile nwonpMtiikus at the IKMV Sharonvilie track here Uay. Wilbur U'Aleiifc- was second, while Frank Calvin, Car behind, drew down third money. Cue accident man-oil the day's snort. Gilbert Anderson while in ihu stretch run on HiSlh mile, sliid- ded and into ilm fence. His car turned and liu danger- ously injured. His inodmiiidan. lien Shields, auffert'd a of fin: thigh ami internal injuries ami his recovery is doubtful. Aitkcn's time fnr UIP race hours, ami -7 an average of !f7.0t; miles an hour. llaljili JJc J'alniii broke a conned-; was maclu to t. Ins roil on the i-itli mile and hurt j jioint a board in i to retire. other starters had engine and lire trwiblu and were forced to retire. I (CONTINUED i-'i: the men finally BASEBALL NATIONAL Brooklyn........ j Philadelphia..... I Boston 71 I New York....... Pittsburg........ Chicago......... S'-' 1st.'Louis........ 51! Cincinnati........ 52 Braves Jo Third Place Sept, Braves drop- ICvery in fort iritvLTiiniciil ap- vc.-MigiiLo condi- tions, but their was rel'usfMl. The government sMmidtng in with mine ami cared iiotliiuK for the wage earnurs. After months of struggle, dtiriin' which lime the; I miners suffered the IUOKL terrible i hardships and m thorn even paid I the price with lives, a riot took! place and the fjovsnmicnt called out I 'JMlithe militia.' Did T. IX Cavcn, "work- .592; ing man's friend." ever utter a protest! .4881 adjust this outrage on organized la-j No. At that time there was no j [434 prospect of fin election, consequently! .304 there was no need of "the work-j ingnmn's friend." With ihu bringing! up of machine gnus and at the point j ped from first to third ami I'hila idelpbia advanced from a second of the bayonet the: miii'jrs were forced j m give up the fight and were driven I off to jail, where, they were kept for Chicago, Sept. Mathew. son, former idol of Hie .New York fans manager of the Cincinnati and Mordccai Brown of the famous old Cub machine, met on the slab in the second ganiu of a double- header hero on Luoor Day. their first meeting since Matliewson was returned the win- ner, the score being 10 to S. This to a coupling v-'iih Brooklyn in the] months without being given a trial or holiday bill, Chicago having won the of i-aguc race, as a} allowed legal advice. The treatment first game 3 to 1. In marked contrast reftujt bf tne champion's 4 to 2 win; meted out to these men is a blot on .live Cincinnati an even break on the i Wilson. o their pitching duels of old, each was hit hard. The cubs touched llatheivson for 15 hits while the Reds gathered ID off Brown. The crowd was the largest ot the year. Cincinna Chicago Mnthewson anil Brown and .012 122 IS I 201 020 S IB i Prom Minneapolis Journal.) Is (lie baseball "fan" as we knew him years ago, making an exit along the route previously taken by the dodo, the passenger pigeon and tliu unicorn? Signs are pointing in direction. Tho search for rea- sons brings a complexity of explan- ation. It is urged that the loss of inter- est tu baseball by "fans" is due to the over-exploited business or political machinations of club-owners. The light between "orga liztsd baseball and the now defunct Federal league brought to the fore the sordid de- tails of the commercialism of the game as played professionally. Sup- porters of the game had formed sen- timental attachment for teams, but the contract-jumping and litigation Siinday TheCorn Aches You apply a lit- tle Blue-jay plas- ter. The ache ends instantly, and it never will return. You can prove ths! in one minute. A million women prove it every month. A corn will never pain again after Blue-jay once goes on it. Monday No Corn Pain On Monday you won't know you have a corn. It is gently disappear- ing.' You know that corn is done for. Vou know it won't come back. You may also know that soreness will not follow. For Blue-jay is asgendeasefficient. demonstrated that there was no sen- timent on the part of either- players or owners. Motion pictures have played a part iii taking money from the club own- ers' till, and the automobile has be- yond iinestion been a factor in lower- ing the prolits of commercialized baseball. Back of these reasons loom the ef- fects of the physical culture over Boston here today and Brooklyn's the: fair name ot this province and an victory over New York. A second j insult to organized labor. When Dr. game between Boston and Philadel-i King represented Cranbrook in the! uhia went five innings to a scoreless tie, when it was called oil' because of darkness. First Philadelphia........... 4 7 2 Boston............... 'i Alexander and Klllifcr; Rnrnes, Ra- san and Gowdy. Tragressor. Second Philadelphia............ 7 1 Demaree and Burns; Rudolph and Dodgers Win New York. Sept. emer- ged from its losing streak today, de- several years ago. The idci everyone should become a Hercules has passed, but the physical cultur- ists taught the value of play ami of relaxing from the business grind. The result 'is that there ere more people actually participating in outdoor sports than ever before. The tendency of the time is toward actual participation in sports instead of merely watching others play. Baseball, as played professionally, is the greatest sufferer by.reason of its previous possession of the greatest popularity. No matter what, the cause may be, the passing. fad of feating New York 5 to 2. Tho veteran ia that Coombs pitched a strong game for Northwestern League Season Closed Monday It's over In the North western league. The schedule wound up on Monday Spokane winner by nearly 100 points. Bntte next wlille Vancouver trailed tilong beH hind having won less than 50 games all season. The final Brooklyn and kept New York's hits well scattered Brooklyn New York..... Coombs and British Columbia legislature ten years ago he introduced a resolution ask-' ing for stringent inspection of mines suit! the appointment, of competent in- spectors. Had this been done, the dis- aster at 'Extension might have been averted. The resolution was voted down. Premier Bo.wser on his return to the coast from .the- strike gave out an interview to the newspapers in i which he stated "the spirits of-The' miners are broken." True, the spirits of the miners wore broken. The min- ers' of Vancouver Island were beaten, but organized labor throughout British Columbia not and never will he beaten. After years of organization, j ..ith its accompaniment of toil, pa-1 ttenne. deprivation and the expendi-; Miller; Anderson, ture of thousands of dollars, the gov- 11 of Liritish Columbia has suc- 9 ceeded in accomplishing its object on Schupp and Raridcn. Doyle's Home Run a Feature Chicago, Sept, held Chi- cago to four scattered hits today, while Cincinnati bunched hits off Hen- drix and won the final game of the .eries here, 3 to 2. Doyle's home run which cleared the right field screen, was the feature of the game. Cincinnati......... 3 14 1 Chicago.............. 2 4 0 Knetzer and Wingo; Hendrix and AMERICAN Boston 74 Detroit.......... 74 Chicago......... 72 St. Louis New York..... Cleveland..... Washington Philadelphia HO GS 68 65 29 is the. largest are three big reasons. And the Value it gives in long-lasting, beneficial enjoyment is a point that people appreciate. The air-tight package keeps the flavor and quality as fine as when made in wonderful Wrigley factories. Write for the Sprightly Spearmen's funny Mother Goose book. Address Win. Wrigley Jr Ltd., Wrigley Building, Toronto, Ont. after ewery meal Two Flavors Made ass Casiada Sealed right C42 Vancouvt-r Island, "the spirits of the miners are broken." This wiggly-wob- bly government folded their arms and sat: back, saving they could not inter- fere betwflen capital and labor. On the shoulders of the government rests i the burden of this great calamity. Ori-l dangerous of all political influence! ious to return to the flold he joined ide up! the Lord Strathcona Horse entals were imported into the pro-1 tllc silent vote-who have made up, the Lord vince contrary to the laws of the coun-1 their millda that it is time for a j an ahsce.s ionncd jrMn, change, and will vote for lung. i ny skilled trv. Japs and Chinese were brought in" to break the backs of the miners. How can this government boast of its workingmen's friend" when strike- Dr. King closed the meeting in a] sllrEeons to'savc his life. Capt. breakers brought in to the pro- vince in violation of (be alien labor j amv act? This will need some explaining, drifting to its ultimate ami thus far. the Conservative candi- He said Bowser as captain of igorous fighting speech. There was years of age and single. outburst of euthusiasm and his re- marks were punctuated with applause the derelict govern- dale has made no mention of it on the ________ the ship war, taking soundings, but it- public platform. In fact, the Conscr- was to keep off the hreak- Senatora Shut Out New York vative candidate is not holding public meetings. Apart.from the meeting ad- dressed by Premier Bowser in this rid- ing, air. Caven has not addressed a !J3 !50S I public Caven wants to 227 he C ran brook's representative in the provincial house. His only reason so Tar in that he wants a job. The only WasNngton, Sept. John- qualification his friends have found i; aun tndk-' pitched flbont the best ball that he is "The Workingmen he has siiowu this vear and Washing-friend." A icview ot Mr. Caven a Tuesday The Corn is Cone In 48 hours' Blue-jay ends 91 corns in 100. The other 9 per centarc tough corns which need another application. Such hao been the history of 70 million corns, since Blue-jay was invented. Andanyuierwlllaiaure you that such results UFO certain. Prove that fact tonight. 15c and a5c at Druggists Spokane Butte Tacoma Great Falls Seattle Arancouver ton slj.ut out Now York 2 to 0. Two won lost Pet. i runs wei-e scored by the big niteher I when he drove the hull to the bleach- ers in left field for a home run. 61 60 '49 59 fil 00 .504 .455 GRIFFITHS OUTPOINTS RIVERS Canton, Griffiths, of Akron, Ohio, outpointed Joe Hivers of Los Aageles here Labor Day In a 12- rpiind jbout which was one of the best staged here in years. Griffiths won by a; largo margin, although Riv- ers'gave'him plenty of argumont.-i'or the first'.-five rounds. After that it was all Griffiths. LEVINSKY BEATS KAYO BROWN East .Chicago, Ringside crit- ics 'gave Battling Levlnaky tlie hon- Washington jtond on public matters (UirinB his term as member for tills district dur- ing his seven years Jis representative ers. which were directly ahead. Tho doctor, in a most convincing manner, pointed out to the workers that this fight is not necessarily one of party politics, but a battle of right against might. The great octopus of the gov- ernment, machine rule, has shown it- self on all sides. It has crept into ev- ery piihlic body and everywhere a vote was obtainable, but its end is near. The people are patiently wait- ing to deliver the blow which will hurl it. into oblivion and crush the life out the tyrant. Bowser is relegated to friend Jlr. Caven is of the working class. He favored the wrecking by Johnson' and the government of the Dominion Trust. :ome idea of just what scra'p heap. His well. Henry. Broke Even in Double-header company, wherein thousands of poor {people lost thoir all. He "stood in" i with a government that fought organ- Philadelphia Sept 5 broke I izcd labor by every underhand method even in a double-header here thus'assisted in breaking up or- Philadelphia winning (lie first game a ganized labor on Vancouver Island, be- to 2 and the visitors the second 7 to l. In the opening event thlladolphln bunted'repeatedly on Shore and Ruth cause he uttered no protest, against, hiss own government. He favored the loot-, ing of the public lands and thus as- am! these .tactics won the contest. In sisled the speculator in preference to tho second game. Myers, In two In-line working man, whose sympthy he nings. filled tho bases by giving bases'is now trying to secure for political on halls and hitting a batsman and j purposes. Cavern has not been the each time a single and error followed, I friend of the workingnmn and by his scoring throe runs in each i I-'irst garni Boston 2 8 0 Philadfllphia...1 ;5 11 5 on M his ,iSroiTnd" bout 0. j anl1 Thomas; Brown of hero Labor Buy. Johnson Picmick. The miiMlewplghts fought fairly allVUirough. .the match, but Levinslty appeared" lp have a' shade in the others. They fought at 158 pounds' Both Virowii and arc Ui il lengers foi- Jack Dillon's 'light lit at} weight, title. Word, has been received in Tor- onto .tbat'.Cspt. ion of the lato.Dr. J. Ii. .0. McCniUu of Bhrrlc. Iras' dif'-d of wounds m man East Africa. At tlie outbreak of the war lie joined the 2nd Hhotles ian regiment. Ho. was-a cousin of Miistico McCarthy, .of, tho Siuirciue Court ot Alberta....... Second game- Boston 7 i' 0 Philadelphia 1 c f Mays and Thomas; Myors and Pie- imtk t No other games schV-dlllod. IHTERiNATIONAL Riclunojid .1. Newark 3 Montreal 0, liiu'falo 4. llallilaore I. Providellct PACIl'K COASI Sslt Lake .13, Oakland 5. Othsr teams travelling. TO TAKE VOTES AT FRONT London, Sept. office auth- orities intimate they, have no objec- tion to votes of British Columbia soldiers being taken at the front. Sir Richard McBi-Ule, therefore, is1 etc tempting to arrange the'mattar. Germany Gets None o! Belgian Relief Conditions of Agreement with Neutral Relief Commission respected by Germany When the Belgian Relief Commission was organized, Britain insisted that Germany guarantee notito tonch of the food imported by the Com- mission for the Belgians. This guarantee, given Uo the Americir business men who are the CEf-cntive lieads of the Commission, has bce-i probably because its violation would be reported at once and would rouse the whole neutral world. So each contributor to the Belgian Relief Fund may feel perfectly sure that every pound of food which his money lias helped to purchase, ha- gone directly to the Belgians. No Dollars in the world are needed be handled will do move vital tlie dollars'which it is your privilege to give to the Be'.gici! Relief I'und. Whatever you feel you can give, send your subscription weekly, monthly, or in one lump sum, to Local or Provincial Committees, or Ueferring to the recent death of Capt. D. C. Davis, of JIaclcod, the Winnipeg Free Press says: Capt Davis, after returning frohi tho front. Joined the Lord Strathcona j Horse (It.C.) order that h" might] go back to tight. His death it is be-! Payable to Treasurer [Q: SD St. Pet :r St., Montreal actions has proven tni Tlie electors ave asked to compave his record witlt the record of Dr. King, Limn til -not shouting about his friendship of the common people." has demonstrated by ilia actions that he is the true friend of'the poor. In the 20th century a man must bo judged by his actions not bv his words, and actions? speak louder Ihan wonts, these days. Tho minors', of Kimbcrluy. mv an inulliMii uid not tind foi 1 ollort bliouting j ctodd Icueod and P. H- Wiley. made n0 minds .to turn tbia gov-i During the engagement in Francs c ir cut oui aid will So so on tl t Capt ustained a siiz'apnel 14th of thla month. And these raen i the raothl entering bis nghi 1 arc ts pi al or scores If not hundicdsi ndt ind pissiiiR through his body.] j ni' other laboring people in this the time his escape trom instant jirlct. and of thousands throughout tlie duath considered rcmarkablu. Ho of fno old guard (rmttd lit nnd apparent- ofithr mon nioriiritf m on A Ealr to recovery he came yoiLvmcn ind of (liAl most! back to Canada convalescent. AII.V lleved. was caused by stomach trouble. The remains were forwarded by Thomson's, on .Saturday, accompanied by Capt. T. L. Arnott, who was a comrade on the fighting linos in Franco. The funeral was largely at- tended by prominent military offlcers headed by Brig.-Goiienil Rutliin, the pull btaierfa bt ng W. N. Brown, .I, K "ttcumnau R, Feeds a Belgian Family One Month. How many families can you undertake to feed till the war ;