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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE PUREFOOD Butter Shamrock Creamery 2 ibs. lor.......75c Cardston Creamery 2 Ibs. for........75c Empress Creamery perlb............35c Bonniebrook Dairy 2 Ibs. lor....... 65c In The World of Sport GILMORE JUST A FAN NOW; GLAD FEDS WERE INTERRED Is Secret Yet How Much The Third League Put In The Hole Delicatessen Shamrock Cooked Ham lierlb............40c Burns' Luncheon Meat Burns' Jellied Ox Tongue pel-ID...........45c Special Ham Bologna perib........... 20c Finest Ayrshire Bacon Sliced, per 3QC Finest Peamealed Bacon Sliced, per lb.....30c Dominion Picnic Hams, 6 lb. Average, per Itv Mew once the peppery president of the now extinct Federal league, believes a ma- jority of lire former "outlaw" ball play- who arc now in the American and National leagues are making goo'ti. Gilmore is a member of a stationery firm and is happy ovoi-tho fact that ho is no longer president a baseball league. "What do you think of some of your former ball players, now that they have stepped into the major Gilmoro was usked. Are Making-Good "There are several of them who are giving a good account of themselves and proving they were ball players oven when they were in the Federal league." lie replied. He mentioned Nick Cullop and Lee Magee, now with the Yankees, and several others, not- ably Anderson, Allen, McConnell, Plank, Hendrix and Packard, pitchers; WSlson, Fischer and Rariden, catch- are; Benny Rouscll, Mann and Flack. These, he declared, look like they're going to hold their berths in the majors. still Believes in Kaufr Asked particularly regarding Benny Kauff, the former Fed league head staunchly stood by his fallen swat ig- -'I believe Kauff is a great ball play- he said, "and I believe his trouble this year is that he is swinging at had ones and is refusing to follow the ad- vice of McGraw. He always was too eager to swing at the bad ones." Asked regarding the financial loss the Federal league sustained during its tormented existence, Gilmore smil- ed and said; "That's a secret I'm going to keep. We last money, but we're not kicking, and we're going to let the public have a good, long guess at the amount. I haven't told any one and don't intend to." Glad to Quit Gilmore said he was glad to be out of the game. "They kept me going like i grasshopper for two he said. a groat old game, but I'm through. There'll never be another third league if they wait for me to be president. 'I'm content'to sit in a box or a bleacher seat and be a fan the rest of my life." KILBANE MAY MEET FRED WELSH AT BROOKLYN Cleveland, Sept. Kilbane, world's featherweight title holder, who, Monday, knocked out George Chaney, will meet Freddie Welsh in a Id-round bout in Brooklyn, provided he gets and a privi- lege of 331-3 per cent. Kilbane's man- ager received a wire today from a New York promoter asking for terms.. If the bout is staged, it will take place either at ,Ebbetts Field, Brook- lyn, National League park or_ Madison Square Garden, New York. Poultry SPRING CHICKENS FANCY FOWL No.lTl'EKEYS Ask Cor Shamrock Brand BaCOIl NATIONAL Philadelphia..... 75 Brooklyn 74 Boston 71 New York I'lttsnurg Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati 52 SO .447 .427 .394 Phillies Win Two I v Boston. Sept. won j botli games from Boston today 4 to and 2 to 0. in the first game Itixcy j allowed but one hit to the sev- j cutli inning. The second same was a pitchers' duel between .Mayer and Hughes un to the sixtli inning, when Barnes relieved Hughes, who was struck on the back of the right haml with a pitched ball. First game; Rhiladelphia 4 12 1 Boston 2 G 1 Rixey and Killifer; Ragan, Ruel- bach and Gowtiy. Second game; Philadelphia......... 2 0 Boston.............. 0 5 1 Mayer and Burns; Hughes, Barnes and Gowdy. Help Digestion To keep your digestive organs in good working or- der tostimulate your liver, tone your stomach and regulate your bowels, take wt Snlo of Any Mrilcbt tr. ilia WorM. Sold In 25 cents, Second game- New York Washington Wheat Hits Home Run New York, Sept. York won from Brooklyn here today 4 to 1. Only 20 Brooklyn men went to bat. Wheat hit a home run for Brooklyn's only run in the second in- ning. Tile veteran nucker also pitched a clever game. Brooklyn 1 2 3 New York 4 l> 1 Rucker and Miller; Scbupp and Anderson. Fischer, Shawkey and Walters; Mayers, Crofts, Goodwin and Henry. Boston Wins Uneven Game Philadelphia, Sept. Although out- batted and outfielded by Philadelphia Koslon won today's game 2 to 0. A base on balls to Janvrin, Picinich's wild throw to second on Walsh's bunt and HoblitzelPs out, sent Janvrin home for Boston and Walsh stole third and scored on Scott's single. Rr.ston 2 4 4 Heavy Hitting Featured Game Pittsburg, Sept. hitting featured today's game, Pittsburg winning from Chicago, 5 to 4. Cooper relieved Mamaux in the seventh and held the visitors rimless the rest of the .game, 4 11 0 Pittsburg 5 12 0 Packard, Prendergast, Carter and Arbiter, Wilson; Maniaux. and Schmidt, Fischer. No other games scheduled. NEHF MAY HAVE TYPHOID Boston, Sept. Nehf, 'one of the left-handed pitchers of the Bos- ton Nationals, was under observation in a today with symptoms which raised rears of typhoid fever. He has been ill since the Braves re- turned from the west last Friday. FIGHT FAN SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES Colorado Springs, Colo., Sept. Albert A. Nostrum of Colorado City, died of Injuries sustained when a por- tion of the bleachers collapsed Mon- day at the Welsh-White fight. At lo- cal hospitals it was said.that all oDthe remaining injured would probably .re- cover. CANADA APPROVED PRODUCTS OF DE- PENDABLE MERIT AMERICAN SOCCER TEAM WINS Defeats Stockholm Clubmen, 2 to 1, in j v Final Game of Series :All-American soc- cer team beat" the Alraenna Idrotts- klubben and_ DJurgarden club, two goals to one on Wednesday." the last game to be played and the Americans will sail for home on, the Oscar If. September S. f The Americans scored both goals in the first half, their first goal coming after a penalty kick and the second Jon fine, passing. The Swedish team 'scored 10 minutes'before the end. of the last half. MAIN AVE, SOUTH, PHONES 412 1388 DOMINION MARKET _ COR. 4TH AVE. i S., PHONE 1654 PALACE ST. N., "HONE 431 FAMOUS FOOTBALLER REPORTED MISSING; IS A WAR PRISONER London, Bng., Sent. soc- cer received another big shock this week, when Richard Bond, the famous Bradford City and English Internation- al'forward, who Is a sergeant in the West Yorkshire regiment, was official- ly reported missing, believed killed, but happily ho has boon.located as a prisoner, .of war. in thc..'hands; oft .the .Before beltfg transferriid to Bradford CltetB.ond earned great1 fainc with PrestonjNortli Eng. .He'iSoss'ess-, csVjght: international hayiig rtp-; resented" 'England' agatiist'ScQtiaud in 1906 and-Mid, and Wales and Ireland in J905, 190C and 1810. AMERICAN Boston...... Detroit...... Chicago...... St. Louis New York..... Cleveland..... Washington Philadelphia 76 75 74 70 69 -6S 66 29 55 58, 63 63 65 64 101" .580 .564 .561 .523 .511 .508 .223 Washington and Nfw York Split Even Washington, Sept. split even with New York today, win- ning the first game in which Gallia out-pitched.Slogridge 5 to 1 and losing the second 3 to 2, New York being aid- ed by an error by Judge, two passes and a wild pitch. First New York 1 8 2 Washington........... 5 S 9 Mogridge and Alexander; Gallia and Williams. JIM GILMORE Connelly of North Fork Team Made Five Tallies- Exciting Game Philadelphia 0 Foster and Thomas; Nabors and Picinich. Chicago Wins From Cleveland Chicago, Sept. fell on Bagby in tiie eighth inning today and aided by walks off him and Coumbe, and a wild throw by Kavanagh won from Cleveland 5 to 3. Cleveland...... 3 11 1 Chicago 5 5 2 Bagby, Coumbe, Morton and O'- Neill; Faber and Schalk. Tigers Get Setback Detroit, Sept. pennant hopes received a setback today when St. Louis took a weird game from the home team G to 5.-The generosity of Tiger pitchers was, responsible for the defeat. Thirteen 'visiting batsmen were given bases on balls. Coo'per St. Louis 6 5 1 Detroit 5 10 1 Davenport, Plank, Koob, and Hart- ley; Dauss, BolaiicC Cunningham, Du- buc, Mitchell and Stannage, Baker. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 2, Columbus 4. Milwaukee 5, Toledo 4. St. Paul 2, Indianapolis 8. Minneapolis 2, Louisville 3. PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 1, Portland 2. Salt Lake 8, Oakland 1. Wernon 5, Los Angeles 9. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 1, Providence 6. Rochester 5, Buffalo 4. First game Montreal 4, Toronto 7. Second game Montreal 4, Toronto 1. Richmond 0, Newark 1. The prodviclion of buttor and milk in British Columbia during 1915 shows an Inercasc'iii value of 17 tier'cent, siuco..1913. The New Owners of the EMPIRE MEAT MARKET Invite Lethbridge Housekeepers to Visit Their Store We have bought Mr. Oxland's business with a thorough understanding of .what good service in the meat business means. We are sure we can give all Mr. Oxlaiid's old custom- ers perfect satisfaction in the quality of the meat we will send them and in the service we will give.- We ask for the business of others, confident that your trade will mean a mutual advant- age. We arc out-to build business pn the foundation of good meats. Test our service tomorrow. PHaNE 792 Empire Meat Market Spokane, Sept. first game of polo at the Interstate fair grounds was staged Wednesday afternoon between the Spokane team and the North Fork four of Cowley, Alberta. The eight cliukka match resulted in a victory for the visitors, to The game was full of clever shots, long drives and expert horsemanship by players on both sides. The playing of Bert Connolly, riding at No. 2 for the North Fork team, was sensational. He drove the white wooden ball ,f through the goal posts five times. The were furnished a ..jrill imthe when Billy Harris, veteran player for the Spo- cane team, while riding at full tilt lown the field glanced to the rear for i moment and .crashed heavily into a joal post. He was unseated and land- ed on his face on the turH. He was stunned for several seconds while his Learn mates ran to his assistance. Af- ter resting a few moments he was able to resume "play. The compact snapped the goal post off short of the ground. The score and line-up: North Fork (green) No. 1; Connolly, No. 2; Gunn, No. 3; Robinson, No. 4. Spokane No. 1; Cunningham, No. 2; Pettit, No. Hollenbeck, No. 4. 1110 6th AVE. S. E. STAND THE- LATE CORPORAL ;KING Official news reached.Mrs. King, of 19th St. N., Lethhritige yesterday that her husband 434S45, Corp. Win King, of E Company of the 50th Bat- talion had been killed in action in France on August 24th, thus paying; the extreme price of his fidelity to his nation and his loyalty to Britain's cause. An intimate friend of the fam- ily -furnishes the following informa- tion to the Herald: Corp. King was a man about thirty years of age. He and Mrs. King came to Canada .from England seven-years ago and have practically lived in Lctli1 bridge ever since. He-readily adjusted himself to Canadian life and from the beginning made good. He was most highly respected: by all who knew him. In the community .in 'which he lived, he was regarded as a quiet Home-loving man of sterling quality. On February 5th he -joined the colors enlisting as a'private with the 50th winter quar- ters in When spring TVo now have a very complete the new fall, styles. The assortment comprises several of the leading makes for men, Avomen and children and is as wide as AVC have ever carried. You uicnv you can absolutely rely on the lines we carry. Their reputa- tion is established. Their worth is known. You can he absolutely certain of their value. We invite you to look over this large stock. It represents the highest in shoe comfort, style and value. Sherlock Bldg "spent the summer under canvas: with Ins battalion: at Sarcee Calgary, -and' left :for England in the -.fall where he spent almost a yaar. His ability as a marksman soon got him promotion. He rapidly rose to the rank of corporal and was retained is England as an instructor' iu musketry! He left for France early in August of this year. Corporal King was a soldier every inch of him. It was not easy for him to enlist when he did, but love for his home made him feel keenly the great danger his country was in be- fore such a formidable foe, and to obey the call to arms. .r.He greatly camp .life and''looked forward to the day when he could do his bit more effectively at the front. He was always..glad" when leave granted him to spend his holidays at home, but whether on duty or off duty, he always acted as though he was under orders and appeared in -good fettle fit for 'the' tlOU. V.Mrs. received-the sad news 'of' her husband's death as one-would, expect such a brave soldier's would receive it and faces the futurie with her four little children courag- eously. AUTHOR KILLED !BY TRAIN Toronto, Sept. E- Victor, '45 years of age, an author, was killed by a train while crossing the tracks near his home at Port Credit today. Victor was on his way to his office when he met his death. He had been, in Toronto about a year, coming front; He also spent some-time; at Calgary after his arrival in Canada from England four years, ago. His book, "Canada's She.Of- fers After'th'o attracted atten- tion, being somewhat of an-.official in- vitation to British emigrants of the better class to come to Canada. THE HOME of QUALITY MEATS tflf Offers You a Full Line to Choose :ll From Tomorrow. Fresh Southern Alberta Grown Meats, Fish of AH kinds and a complete assortment of our famous cooked meats. We stand behind every order and guarantee to please you. PHONE 452 DELANYS Limited ;