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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEI'TCMHEIl H, 1918 THE LKTimnilXiK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE It bears the Seal of Purity All over the world the name Sunlight stands for purity in Soap. Our guarantee of Purity is something more than an adver- tisement. It marks the high standard we have setfor ourse Ives to gi ve you the best laundry it is possible to produce at any price. Sunlight Soap In The World of Sport I -a SPEAKER GAINING ON TY COBB HAL CHASE SWATS HARD f- ALEXANDER HAS WON 27 GAMES Philadelphia, Sept. Evans, Jr., of Chicago, the open champion, today added to his 1916 laorels by winning the ama- teur golf championship of the United States, defeating Robert A. Gardner, the title holder, four up and three to play, in the final roond at the Merion Cricket club. Superior putting by the open champion was responsible for his victory. Philadelphia. Sept. Superior play on short holes gave "Chick" Evans, the open -champion, a load ot three up over Ilobert A. Gardner, title hold- er, at tlic end of the first IS holes in the final -round for llm amateur golf championship of tlie United Slates today at Merlon Cricket Cluli grounds. Evans played all four of three part lioles perfectly and won three of them. The morning Jilay was marked liy both brilliant and ragged golf. Evans' cant had four sixes on it. Gardner's putting was not as deadly as on Thursday and' Friday. He did not hole a single long putt during the morning. When he hit he out-drove Evans. More than -100 spec- tators travelled ovor the course to match. COMPHESSED AIR MAY CAUSE DEATH Stratford, Oat., Sent. mcr. a 14-year-old hoy ot this city, employed in the Grand Trunk shops here, la in a dying condition at the from a paralysis of the bowels, caused by the. injection of compressed air into his intestines. ;AIcx. Gurlich, a Russian, is being held tho police as the one responsible for the lail's condltioi nhlr.ngo. Sent. 9. Speaker drew away slightly from Cobb this week In Mm race for premier batting honors In the American league, .his average aflor Wednesday's games being 12 points boiler than his gam of three points. CJolili added six Klotai bases to Ills record, now-aniounliug to M. Wunver, Chicago, leads in sacrifice hits with 35; Pipp, New York, in home runs, with 10; Jacksou. Chicago, in lotal bases, wilh '.13, and Detroit, in club batting, wilh .2110. The lending batters who have play- ed in half or more ot their team'.'! games V'e: Speaker. Cleveland .............jliS Cobb. Tuckson. Chicago ..............3at> Striink, Philadelphia...........3M iirdner, Boston ...............300 Sislcr, St. Louis.............. -300 Rolh. Cleveland Felscll, Chicago ................29'1 Nunamaker, New York.........292 li Collins, Chicago.............291 The leading pitchers who have work- ed iii 22 games are: Won Lost Pet. Cullop. N'cvv York 13 765 Holand. Detroit 3 Benx. Chit-ago 4 I-I. Coveleskle. Detroit. 20 9 .CS9- J.'aber, Chicago 13 (i .684 Jlorton, Cleveland 12 6 .067 Johnson, Washington 29 16 .046 St. Louis 9 5 .643 rtliascll. Chicago 15 9 .C2D Leonard. Boston IS Dauss. Detroit........ 15 9 -C2B Hal Chase is JaTte Dauborfs closest rival for the batting honors of the National league, now standing only Ihrce polnls behind. Carey. Piltsburg. In stolen bases; Fllick. Chicago, sacrifice nils, with 34; Williams, Chicago. In home runs, wilh 12; Wheat, Brooklyn, in lotal bases, with 214; BUI-US. New York, in runs scored, with SO. and Brooklyn in team hitting, with .259. The leading bailers: Daubert. Brooklyn -32-1 Chase, Cincinnati -320 Wagner, Pittsburg Hixey, Philadelphia Plcffer, IJniulilyn Rudolph, llodion Maiuaux, I'itlsbnrg Cheney. Brooklyn Doak. St. Louis..... Perritt, York 18 6 19 10 15 S .652 IS 10 .643 .625 12 S .600 15 10 .600 Spokane. Sept. team Rot off in front in the polo gamci with North Fork yeslcrday afternoon, bill was unable lo retain its againsf the hard-hitting, hartl-rlding Caua AMERICAN Won HOElpll.- rjolrpll J... St. LbuiH Washington Philndclnliln. i: I 30 100 Pet. .579 .-I'JC .231 i SATURDAY GAMES iH .AVcllhian, llauiilloii ami anil Spencer. ;______ Boitton 281 Washington 1 4 1 Hulh and Thomas; JohiiKton and Henry. .Second innings) Boston 3 9 Washington........... -1 H> Leonard and Caciy; Harper, Gallfa, Shaw'and Henry. First game- Now York............ 4 S 1 Philadelphia 1 4 '1 and Alexander; Johnson and Picinich. Second I ___......_....... 0 Shocker. Nllbors and Walters; Bush nd Picinich. Nr.w York' Philadelphia........... 0 5 the hard-hitting, nartl-rlcllllg uaua 462 diaiiH Spokane ralHed gamely in Urn Clevelaiul a o sSSsaKSSsSsfeM two goals, and the game was over. Robertson and I'ettel were Ihe slars for Spokane. Dr. Cunningham count- ed one of Spokane's goals by a pretty backhand shot through Hit- legs of tlie horses in from of the posts. The vet- eran Bill Harris substituted for Dr. Cunningham in the last period. NATIONAL Brooklyn Phllaclclpllli Boston Xeiv York .Islmrg Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Wheat, Brooklyn................ais Hornsby, St. Louis .-.'...........317 Hinchinan, Pittsburg -80S Stock, Philadelphia.............305 Robertson, New York...........305 Zimmerman, Chicago Long, St. LOUiS -292 Leading pitchers for 22 games: Won Lost Pet. Hughes, noslon 10 3 -842 Ale-ta der r lad 111 9 7nO Won 77 02 (ill Lost 51 52 Pet. .3901 .505 .500 .177 .'155 .129 .33-1 "SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland Celebrates Cleveland. "Sept. losing seven straight games, Cleveland cele- brated its-home-coming today, by de- feating to '2. Detroit 2 5 1 Cleveland........ S 'J 0 James, Eoland, Cunningham and Ilagliy anil O'Neill. Chicago Down to Third Chicago, Sent by Eddie Collins and Jack Ness cost Chicago second place today and enabled St. Louis to win the first game of the series. 5 to 2. after 10 inlliiiRS. St. Louis............... p J Chicago 2 12 3 Plank and P.umler. Hartley; Kussell and Schalk. Only two games scheduled. HE continued improvements which have marked the rise pf Goodyear Tires have been cost- ly to us. But; we believed, and results have justified our faith, that the increased appreciation and sale of Goodyear Tires would repay us. EAR TIRES Goodyear Tpbcs and Tim. Saver A pessaries art easy lo obtain from Ihcni eccry- where. SATURDAY GAMES Perritt, the Iron Man New York. Sept. William Perritt gave a wonderful exhibition here this afternoon when he defeated the Philadelphia champions in both games of a double-header, S to 1 and 3 to 0. The double defeat tumbled Philadelphia from the lead. Perritt permitted only eight hits in the '.wo names, three- of which were bunched in the sixth Inning of tho first game, when the' champions scor- fed their only run. It was the second time thisVeek thnt. a pitcher twirled a double-header for the Giants, Den- Ion breaking eveu with Brooklyn Wednesday- First Phillies.............. 1 Giants............... 3 10 0 IDemaree and Burns; Perritt and Mc- Carty. Second Phillies.............. 0 43 Giants 3 5 1 Bender, Mayer and Burns; Pcrritt and McCarty. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SUNDAY GAMES PaulZ; Louisville a. Paul Louisville 2; Indianapolis I: 3, Indianapolis 2. 2: Columbus 7. 1; Columbus S. Kansas Toledo 2. 1; Toledo 0; (calle ..end of 7th, INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES 1! .Montreal 2. TO: .Montreal 1- Providence S; Newark 0. 2; Men-uric li. No other games scheduled. PACIFIC COAST SUNDAY GAMES Francisco 0; Portland 3. rrancisco 5; Portland 3. 2; Loa Angeles II. v 0; Los Angeles 1. 4Sl_Salt Lake 3; Oakland '2; (ten ihninss.) Lake 6; Oakland -I Brooklyn.............'5 10 1 Boston...............; 0 3- 51- Cheney and Miller; rteulbaeh; Baruea'and Gowcly. First Chicago.......'........ 39 2 Pittsbui-s 022 Vaughn and Wilson; Kantlehuer, Harmon and Schmidt. .Second Chicago 2 2 0 Pittsburg............. 0 S DIAMOND DUST Do you need a little increased vim in your wprk? Something to give you a fresh start? Something refreshing and lasting? A gentle, soothing, tasty "shock absorber" to come between teeth when you set your jaws for a big task? Here it best that men, money andf machines can make for your comfort! Sealed fight C-43 Write Wrielcy's, Ltd. IVrigley Bldg., Toronto) for the-Spearmen'fl IVlo'ther Gooae'Boolrv Lavender and Archer; Cooper, Har- mon and Fischer. First Cincinnati 6 .92 St. Louis............. 39 4 Shullz, Williams and Wingo; Wat- son and Gonzales. v Second Cincinnati 0 C 1 it. Louis'...'...... -----'1 7 '2 Knetzer and ITulm; Ames and Gon- zales. SUNDAY GAMES Six Runs in One Inning Chicago, Sept 10. Pittslnirg scored, six runs In the ninth inning today, driving Packard from the slab and poundinc Prendorgast, winning 8 lo 7. Plttsburg Chicago 8 15 Miller, Crimea, Mttmaux Schmidt; Packard, Prendergast and. Archer. Cincinnati Wins Easily St. Louis, Sept.. 10. Cincinnati hit today anil defeated St. Louis, in. nJoosely, played game 7 to 2. This closed the season hero for the St. Louis 'Nationals, -x Cincinnati 1 7 lo 3 St Louis 2 Moaely and Hnhii; Steelc, Lotz and Barnes, Brottem. Only, two games scheduled. Soft for Larry The Chicago Cubs were pretty good to Larry 'Doyle if the account of his "on'wtl I" It i.i Hiiid to be for 'two ica-i "id calls toi !J7 GOO n year. The Ctihs -were not required to Doyle any such velvet, for. the (leal with tho Giants provided that con- tracts should lie assumed and no more and Doyle's conlracl wilh .New York had. but another yeJr lo run. So Says- Jawn "I hated to part with Doyle ja'nd said John McGraw, "bat t had to bo ilone. They have given Die the best that is in both slowed, up badly and I liad to tear the old club apart, to build up a winner.1' Mach Finds Something Jingling Johnson, the Ursinns Col-i ego v.'irh Connie Mack, is coni- ng along fnimmoly as a pitcher, also a litter. As iiarl of his1 victory over the ,VhIto Sox; on- August -29 ho swatted home run, wilh n man on base. Penchous -Not Ripe! Or Over-ripe? novr with the Cubs.- is-a youngster picked up by the uhicago Feds -last year and sent to Pcoria after the Feds and-Cubs con- solidated. Tinker recalled him the other day.. He.doesn't look ripe. fl-Yom Correspondent) Lomond, Sept. fann- ers around Lomond have completed .cutting and are .now, waiting for tho threshing .maclliho. Several machi- Ines will lie ready to begin work next week. Mr. D. Anderson, who proposes op- ening a butcher shop in gave a dance in his; shop last Monday even- ing. It. Clar.fieid, who lias Seen operator w-ilh a -moving picture-- left on Wednesday morning for Toronto v.-hcre he intends lo en.list. Wc ish Ron-.gbod luck a's .lie gees to ..do s duty for mid, country. Mra. Ira Donnelley has gone lo ontaua. to visit at.the-home of.her crents. Every train brings more men to ork in the harvest .-fleld and with IB threshing, man is soon put to work. Barry Busts Digit August 29 was disastrous to the Bos- ton. lied Sox in more ways than one. They .not only lost a double header to the Drowns, but Jack Barry was put out with a broken, finger, tho result of being hit by .a pitched ball thrown by Dave'npo'rt in the .first game. Tough -Xuck. Sherwood Jla'gee of' the Braves, af- ter going 79 -games and accepting 17? chances, without -an. error, tell down in the second .game of the double header between the Braves and -Pirates at Pitisbiirg- on August 29, when he fum bled a single liit to his field by nil Hihclinum. They Might Get Fooled the ;DfookIyn Ball Club in prepnr ing to. make conditions Ideal foi Series crowds, Ithns had the operators ot an lee lactofy aujuuiiilt to F'hiiols .Park .nulled Juto. court on a .charge of -violating 'the smoke nuis ancd laws. The smoke is so bad some linicB, !sny the. club officials, that Hie oiifncl'ders can't see fly balls UK to A. Parker, and G. Vernier, have, re- turned from their trip to "Vancouver. Cliiirch service had to be withdrawn .5t Sunday evening on. account qE the rain storm. A number of machines.are.going.to. be brought into' this locality this season. will-need every ;mach- ine available- Mr. Shaw says that he has-turned as- miich threshing down that.would outfit.busy for a wliole season.. TIio'U'.'P. A arid'the V. Y1. A. are working together, to bring'about a measure for providing country bos-, pitals It-is proposed.to.have a.lios- pilal' for every- four, municipalities, the expense to'be'raised by [tutting a lax on the lalid "benefited-by the hospitals. Alex'Winning Bonuses Grover Alexander won .his. bonus on August 2S, when ;he -beat the Chicago Cubs. It .was his twenty- fifth.victory and he had been promised the ooiiiis by his club i( ho ..won, 25 games ibis season. Alexander had an- otha shutout.game in prospect but.Cy Williapis went in us a pinch, hittei and swatted a double two. on oases." U. S. CROP 'STATISTICS and dry iveather during Ulguit oauaeo. a. loss of bushels prospec- tive pronucli'Jii of com 43 000 000 bushels in spring .wheat-crop, bushels in the oats and 46 000, 060 bushels pro- diietibri prospec s increased 21 000 000 pounds. Other details of the. crop-report fol. low: Spring wheat condition 46 S per cent, 'of-a. normal. "Acre T yield 8.S; bushels. __ wheat acre yield. 12 0 condition acre >Ield 2-1 .n. condition yield' 30.3. Barley: condition (4 C acre yield. 23IS. Buckwheat: condition .78.V acre yield 19.8. Production of tile .principal farm o[ the countij was forecast from their September L condi ion ar time of-harvest as ic-liov s Spring wheat busliola: All wheat BU.OOOiOOO-bushels. "Corn bushels Oats bushels. Barley -bushels. TT'h EL M. M. Before Selecting a Car FORD PARTS DUNLOP TIRES DOMIf ION TIRES STEWART SPEEDOMETER (MOD YEAR.TIRES MALTESE CROSS TIRES And a General Liiic of to Ee- solicityour Ford business. I Ford Garage fhii-ii Avfl. 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