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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1016 'THE .LETiinniDGE DAILY HERALD PACE THREE In The World of Sport LABOR PARADE TOMORROW SPORTS ON THANKSGIVING DAY evening at Sports Program and Stampede, Thankiolvlnjj V'Yi oa' >tn' as possible and with 12 or JO Sloats ready to enter, it promises to be t-.i ovent Tlio participation of tlie huor _______x unions In the parade has been cm- celled owing to the fact Hint because that old killjoy Jup- 0[ the men do not come off ill ft '.mil v it r riuvius opened the taps and let six o'clock and would bo unable to be organizations and merchants [mttms Slow Srrors Losl Many Points. Forest Hills, the second tiinfl in his sport career on American THE NEW TRICE J5c. EACH 2tor 30CM. I, for Men. 12 for 51.75 Cluiil. Fmbndy A Co.. Inc. HaVm, SI. Mm. Newspapers Urged lo Meet the Situation Created by News- print Scarcity Fort Frances, Out, Sept. v of tlio alarming sh'irtiigc of news print Many 'Business Section Build- ings Arc Keiiiff Altered Just At Present l.cthbridge merchants are preparing Tor the greatest fall's business in their history and activities on the business streets indicate as much. many chants are bins made in store build'lnsB to accommodate the ever- Increasing demand for nuw stores ana offices being opened up to handle the business. On Fifth Street S. work wan started this morning on remodelling the front of tlie ground florr of the Dallas Hotel. It Is Mrs. Roe's intention to build out the front to the edge of the sidewalk, put in a store front and fit up a fine shop for rent in front. A side entrance on the alleyway will be used for the hotel. Purther down the street .T. G. Ron- prison's bookstore is now installed In LETHBRIDGE LAWN BOWLERS WIN INTER-CITY GAMES AWAY Two rinks selected from the mem-] ters of the Lethbridge Lawn Bowling club journeyeci to Calgary to com- pete in the Provincial Lawn Bowling Tournament, which was to be held In, I hat city on Labor Day. Tjntortun- ately the heavy rain prevented any names on the holiday, and the tour- nament was declared off for the sea- Tuesday two crack rinks from Ihe Calgary Bowling club gave the visiting boys a game for Inter-city honors.' While the green was a trifle heavy some real good playing marked this initial contest between the two cities. Each game went to the lim- At the end of it of twenty-one ends. the twentieth end, the spare w drives, smashes and lobs. Then, as if uuuuii-iuu fearful they would eui'Ulil their f.orcc- on the other rink where _l ea- 1 ful even up with their opponents. The same condition as to the score ex- isted on the other rink where Pea- Mcllvena and Adams had a battle royal, against the strong Calgary rink skipped by Acklaud The last end of each rmk was mil real bowling excitement. slltional fighting- of tile ball whlcl. so marked in tlio .Murray-Church contests. Occasionally one ot the players would swing Into his best tennis and for a few moments the play would sparkle with beautifully executed time has been opened up by the Letll week ago. There was lacking the sen. cone up several hundred per cent.; the advertising patronage of the largo dailies hail been growing fast consequently their consumption was' constantly increasing. The pa- per manufacturers were each year be- ing forced c to go farther from their the ball and to throw away point after point by the most amateurish errors. Such ad- TIilllllBU was mil tllKjng the greater chance and By con- 1 to stroUo tlie bal] clnscr mber of ton. tUQ !loint than Johnston. the twentieth ena, tne Campbell-Willets combination were racks. bridge players. The Calgary hoys promised to send down a "strong delegation tb the hie tournament on Dominion Day next year which will be the official open- ing ot the new greens at the bar- phere was raer u 4 favorable to Williams than to Johnston who is accustomed to the cool air of the Pacific coast. NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn Boston New York i'lttsburg Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati 73 74 71 59 nil 59 56 52 4'J 50 49 62 67 72 76 SO .599 .597 .692 .438 .473 .451 .427 .394 Boston Detroit Chicago... St. Louis York jlsveland Washington and Plttlburg Wlnl-Double-Hnder Pittsburg, Sept. won a double-header from at. Louis here today, 3 to 1 and 6 to 3. Warner's single scoring McCarthy, won the flrst game in the- ninth. Ames was hit hard in the second game, as was Lotz, hut Harmon kept the visitors lilts 'scattered. First game: St. Louis 1'lttsburg.............. a Steele and Qontales; Jacobs Schmidt. Second game: St. Louis jj Pittsburg............. 10 imes, Lotz, Williams and Qon tales- Harmon and Plsher, Brottem Benton .PItchel Two Gamea New York, Sept. 6.-New York to- day won the flrst game easily 6 to 1, and Brooklyn the second 2 to 1. Ben- ton New York's left haader, pitched both games for the Giants, permitting H hits in the two contests. In the first game Brooklyn played poorly. In the second Bsnton was opposed by Marouard and the two had an inter- esting pitch battle. First game: Brooklyn J J J 'and Miller; Benton and McCarthy. Second game: Brooklyn New York J AMERICAN 75 69 6S 68 65 29 55 57 5S G3 52 63 100 .677 .568 .557 .523 .523 .515 .598 .225 R. NORRIS WILLIAMS II. Philadelphia Red Sox Victors Philadelphia, Sept. won today's game here 5 to 2. The visit- ors hit Sheehan's delivery hard lli two innings, and his wildness was, responsible for another run in the eighth. Manager Carrigan, of Bos- ton has been suspended for three days for .a dispute with Umpire O1- Loughlin, yesterday. Boston Philadelphia 0 nuaueiimiJt.......... Leonard and Thomas; Sheehan and Watson. Chicago Wint Close Game Chicago, Sept. today defeated Cleveland 4 ta 3 after stav- ing off a determined ninth inning ral- ly by the Indians. For arguing tor, strenuously, Schalfc and Foamier of Iciini the White Sox were expelled by Um- pire blneen. Cleveland 11