Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY.'SEPtRMBEIV n, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHALP PAGE THHEB A new foil starched light weight xmattet than a soft collar TOOKE COLLARS i' Admitted thr. best quality -mud test fitting ir. V TOOKE BBOS.. LIMITED MONTREAL iES HIS FORD FOR KILISIDSE BUTTE AFTER HEAVYWEIGHT GO OFFER FOR W1LLARD. FULTON MATCH Butte. .Montana, appears dole'iiUned to stasc tho next heavyweight chain- rJcirfiip nght. Two prominent hank- ers of tho mining centre spent yester. day in Spokane, consulting with Tom manager of the tille holder, Jess Wlllanl, relative tu Biasing a bout In Untie either early In December or on New Year's day. They made a boiiii fide offer of S5U.OOO anil said in the ov'ont of their receiving the .match they would select Fred rulton the. A Calgary paper says: "Travellers on tlie C.P.n. train Saturday evening were amusGd to see a fanner about 5 miles west of Calgary utilizing his Ford car an a means of power for pull- Ing tho hay rake over his newly mow. ed Held. There, was one man seated on the rake and the other was driving the Machine. From all appearances the Ford was doing .tlie work to the utter satisfaction of all parties con- cerned as-quite an area of ground was being covered in a short space of time, anil the engineer ot tlie rake was trip- ping the hay cut at a great rate. Minnesota slant, as Wlllard's oppon- ent. Minneapolis and Colorado Springs have both made similar offers to JOURS for a Willard-Fulton bout, hut the in- terested Butte people) said they increase the amount if necessary to stage the big event in Butte.' It is the plan of the Butte people to stage a Ill-round no-decision bout., l s the laws of Montana do not permit ol bouts of longer duration Hum 12 rounds, nor do they permit "of a feree decision lieliig rendered. DARCY WINS ANOTHER London.-Sept. Darcy. the Australian midilleweirrht champion. ,'nslly defeated Jimmy Clabuy, ot Ham- mond hid., on points in a 20-round contest at Sydney, N.S.W., according to a Router dispatch from that city. SOX SIGN ON BUSH PHENOM Appleton, Sept. Cl I- MIEO White Sox have- signed ll.iity I amcrs of Uttle Chute, a who s won all of his 19 games -its- son. Plymouth, -llass., Sept. au- tomobile transcontinental race against time in which tile war department Is taking an active interest, started from Plymouth Monday. The finish is to'be at Fort Lawton, Seattle, Wash., and if plans materialize, the last relay should reach Its destination on Sat- urday. Tiie time allowance- for the race lit S685 miles Is 120 hours. The tour is under the allspices of the Yellowstone Park Association and is to demonstrate conditions of the roads across the country. The war department- has aided in mapping un the itinerary and has fur- nished the message which tlie couriers are to deliver. The first relay was miiile by Robert C Ilarlow, the fire commissioner of "HURRY ON" WON Newmarket, Bng., Sept. The Newmarket September stakes, substitute for the St. Luger stakes of 0500 sov- ereigns, was run hore today and won by Hurry On. Clar- issimus was second and Atbe- llng finished third. Five hor- ses ran over the St. Legur course, a distance of about one mile, six furlongs and 132 yds. Tho race was for entire colts and fillies foaled in 1913. The Calgary cricketers Journeyed to Sarceo on Saturday afternoon to play the 113th Battalion team a return match. The last meet ing between Ihose two teams resulted in a win for the soldier team a margin of SO runs. .On Saturday the city team reversed the table's by winning by a total of'171 against for the Harcecs team. The USth did not play In any- thing like tlie form they did in their previous match, the Calgary team proving superior In all departments of the game. 113th Battalion innings Capt. W. Hancock, b: K. II. Slovens Ptc F. Mossou b, E. II. Stevens 3; Bergt. Herbert O. Bryant b, P. J. Timms, Capt. .1. Skoltou, li, Stev- ens 0: Sorgt.-Maj. Webb. Stevens 3; Pte. .1. W. Bolton, not out, 7: Lieut. .1 listen. C. Wetherall. Timms, 1; Capt. C. li. V. Hiscocks. b, Stevens 0; Col. Pryce-.lones Timms 0: Pie. Turner b. Stevens 0; I'le. Uuulop, C. Wetherall b, Tiinnis 1; extras 2. Total 35. Calgary Innings G. 0. .Tones, b, Capt. Skclton 3: A. Ledgei- b, Capt. Skeltun 13; S. Jack- son, c and b, Capt. Iliscocks, T. W Bryant, retired, 29; E. H. Stevens, not out, 34; F. S. Wetherall li Ilis- cocks 8; Pte. R. Parker, c and b. His- cocks 0; P. .1. Timms, Capt. Skclton, Pte. Bolton Lambert b, Skeltou R. White b, Webb, 11; Sergt. C. Gil- lies, did not bat; extras 10. Total 171. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 6, Toledo 5. St. Paul 2, Louisville 0. Minneapolis 1..Indianapolis 3.' Plynioulli, who slarted from a point directly opposite Plymouth Hock at 12 o'clock noon. Ke made the first mile in one and one-half minutes. He turned over his message to the second courier at Providence, R. I., who sped for the next relay point at King- ston, N. Y. To maintain the schedule each courier must maintain an aver- age of 31 miles an hour. PACIFIC COAST Oakland 1. San Francisco 2. Los Angeles 9, Salt Lake 6. Portland-Vernon, travelling. INTERNATIONAL Newark 3, Richmond 0. Toronto 2, Montreal 5. Buffalo 7, Rochester 1. Providence 3, Baltimore 12. The Second Domestic War Loan THE SECOND WAR LOAN now before Canadians should meet with success even greater than that afforded the first, but everyone must participate as liberally as possible. If you were a subscriber to the first War Loan, subscribe again; if not, do your share now, even though your available funds enable you to purchase only a bond. If you have not already received an application form, tele- phone or wire at our expense the amount of your sub- scription and we shall attend to all details. There is but one price for the bonds -that fixed by tlie, Government. In loaning to the Government to the extent of your 1 You will assist Canada in meeting its war expenditures You show your accord with Great Britain and Canada in the present crisis. You will possess the premier security of the Dominion. You will obtain a liberal income, The facilities of this organization are at your disposal free. THE PERFECT GUM Let every parcel or letter you send to a soldier friend contain a few bars of best little refresh- ment on the march or in camp. Wriyley's found instant popularity with the boys at the front, as-well as those in training. It combines the merits of a long-lasting sweetmeat and a Atonic "i Bracer for and digestion. smokers. Liked by aU. S t -v Sealed OgM Kept rigM A Biookbn Phllldelphia Boston ew York ittsburg Chicago ,t. Louis Sinciunati NATIONAL Won CO Lost 53 77 SI Dodgen and Pirates Break Even Brooklyn, Sept. began its long series down the home stretch today with an even break.. ageinit; Pittsburg. Pteffer was invincible 111 the first game and rtH-.PIrates out G to 0 The locals battad all three Pittsburg pitches fteeh The seconc1 game a duel between Mamaux and Coombs, the Pirate having the aud winning by iittsbmg Brooklyn Toronto, iff funny Book. apparent defeat at hands of Boatori nto a 4 to 8 victory. J- Washington 3 .Huth, Shore, Thomas. 3ady; Johnson and Henry. Rudolph's Good Pitching -Boston, Sept. pitched Boston to a 1 lo 0 Uctorv oiei Chicago n one game today and then twirled nine innings in the second game, ilnrh went 11 innings befoie dullness ntenened with tho score tied at 1 to Rudolph was letiied when Tvler latted for him in the ninth and finish ed out tlie game. Carter gave Ru- in a 1 a-d bittle in the con est In the second game the visitors )ad the Braves 3 to two out in lie ninth liming when Snodgrass doubled after' Hendrix' had given two >ases on balls. Jhicago Boston 1 Carter and .-Archer; -Rudolph and iowdy. v Second j Chicago Boston Hendrix anil Wilson' lei and Gowdi New York Wins 6 Straight York, Sept York won its sixth stialght victory here tod-n (lefeatmg Cincinnati in the opening of the series to a scoie of to New jcored winning run the fifth inning when with the bas es full iml none out Benton hit into n double play, Cincinnati...... Now York 3 Mitchell and Huhn, Benton and Me Carty. Battmo Rally Gives Game Philadelphia Sept 12 A batting rally In the ninth--inning gave Plula delphia the vieton over St to da> dcSuble and Stock's drive to deep r-entei m tue mnui the Phillies tlie St i 3.0 Philadelphia to 1 052 I) 10 0 bvans Jacobs Miller and fisher Pfeft'er and Second Pittsburg 250 Artie Bues, former LBthbrWg. pro. wno ulaylnB 'hird regtilarlj foi the Columbus team in tho taerl can Association is batline at a 300 clip and fielding superbly He is sec- ond in the 'batting'order. Brooklyn Jlamaux anil Fisher; Millei Coomba aud AMERICAN Boston Detroit Chicago Now York St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia I Won 78 79 77 71 72 lif, 30 .11- 59 G4 66 67 06 100 .Pet. .678 .572 .562 .526 o2 .50 .498 ll Rudolph, Ty- Cobb Makes 2 Home Runs Sept. 12. Detroit hit uieveiaiiu, ocyi. i-. 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