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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LliTHBnTfHli'. HteKALP .FHIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1910 I In The World of Sport TALKING WORLD'S SERIESilYMU MAGNATES IN CINTY TODAY "E DRAFTING MJNOR LEAGUES Many of Old Royals Now in Khaki But Would Defend Silver Xew Westminster. B. C.. Sept. 15. fooling fs growing here that the winners of the National Lacrosse union series, either Nationals or n I ,he east, and will enter a challenge. ancl ,h> trus. Chicago, Sept. Wheat, the !eft fielder extraordinary of the leusue-leadlns Uobins, was in a talk- ative mood. Xach usually say j shamrocks, will consider this season allows his work to uilk for affords them the opportunity of a mm-because o! In. playing. to recover tho Mhitoptip_for regarded as the in the Natlona up a schedule and rangements for the holding of the series, a month away. Although the schedules, covering National and Am erican league ctubs which have it was announced, ton, Detroit and Chicago discussed at Cincinnati erican league. in the Anv DOUBLE-HEADER SCHEDULE New York. Sepi. following list of double-header dates fixed for the playing off of postponed and tie games was announced here today by John A. Heydler, secretary of the Na- DIAMOND DUST ilohal leegue: At Sept. and 26. At Sept. Chicago, Sept 23 and 25. At New Sept. lt> and 17; St. Louis.. Sept. 23 and 25; Boston, Sept. 2S and 30. At Sept. 16: Plttshurg, Sept. 20; Boston, Oct. 2 and 3. II1C 0 The extra PiUsonrg game ai New t York on Sept. 16, that of Boston at New York on Sent. 2S and those of Boston at Philadelphia on Oct, 2 and 3, are contests which postponed, can- Benny Kauff in Monday's game against" Philadelphia, got two hits out of twice np and scored two rims. The hits were a double and a home rue. Zack Wheat of Brooklyn got a hit Monday making his -3rd consecutive game in which he has clouted one or more safeties. "Iron Man" Rudolph won his first game against Chicago Tuesday with the aid of three hits by his team- j Johnny Erers, captain of the Bra-cs jhas been flashed a S. O. S. l.-v not be played in the .cities where the George Stallings. The Keystone King schedule originally called for them to js needed if Boston is to remain iu take place. j the running. In case of postponements in the j final Pittsburg series at Boston, the clubs will remain in Boston and play there on Sept. 27 and the same rule and date will apply if there are post- ponements in the final series at Philadelphia. Cincinnati Just to prove that the Sporting News is away off in its calculations, Hans Wagner is hack in the game and Tuesday played 'two games, get- Mr. George L. Orme, who died at Vancouver, was one' of Ottawa's most prominent business' men. 'Mr. Orme ting a hit and accepting 10 chances out of 11. HeUniau, substituting at first base for Detroit ia Monday's game against Cleveland, made five hits, in- was vice-president of the Martin-Orme I eluding- a double and. a triple'in'five Piano company and .vice-president of j times up. Cobb got two hits out of the Ottawa Dairy Co. five trips and Speaker one out of four. "Unless a fellow'Is a star besought tc quit. It takes the best years of a man's life and ruins him for anything else. I am ready to quit now." I ejaculated. "Yes. sir. I'am ready to Quit now. I can't get back, to uiy farm in .Mis- souri too I never dJd like the city, anyway. I have a 240-acre farm north of'Kansas City, "and there's Buy Your Fall Shoes while the Showing is" Complete It is o-etting more difficult to get shoes scrwe advise an early purchasing of fall requirements. Just now you will find it easy and a pleasure to make selections from our stock. The styles are correct and the prices right. Among others we will show you Dr. Reed's Cushion Sole for men and women Hurlbut's Cushion Sole for boys and girls These are neat, stylish and very comfortable. H U1 n C r, The Shoeman Beside Merchants' Bank Patchel! is in a hospita Upland; Bill Turn bull is in camp at Veniou; Tom Ronnie is thought to lie somewhere in Montana; Cliff Spring I1 as himself placed in the east this year ami is ineligible and there are probably one or two others, including Len who are not near the fold. But in the bank around are Mayor Wells Gray, Jim Glfford. Hill Gilford, Tom Glfford, Dad Tiirnbull. Biscuits Feele and others who Iiad passed on to the retired list and. had hoped they were entirely in the discard, hut who are ready to be resurrected if there >s an absolute need. They have been sounded on the subject and 'if the challenge is made and persisted in, confidence is felt that with volunteers from the old guard and the others who .were in active service when pro- fessional lacrosse was last played on the coast, the cup'can be successfully defended. where I want to be. Alter we the pennant I will be ready to quit the game. Back" to the soil for me. "And, say." he continued, "wilt, you please say for me that I am not Indian? They have been calling me a Cherokee so long that I almost be- lieve it myself. My' nationality is. American of Scotch-Irish descent. They started calling me 'The Indian1 for a nickname when 1 played with Shrereport and Mobile, before I came tn Brooklyn in 1909. It has 'got so that a lot of people really believe that I am an Indian." There, we said it for you, Zach. 'SAFETY FIRST" ATTRACTS Miss I. M.'Careful Sliows How to Board .Street, Cars the "women of Oakland don't know how to board a street car today it' is 'their' own" fault, as ab'ind- Those responsible for the orguulVu- tiou of the 1'rovincml tuniitute of Toch- nology ut Calgary bave been fortunate iu being ahlo to Kocuru thu services Of such 11 competent nud widuly train- ed specialist as Li ml ley 71. Benuott o( Itosina, for the position of Instructor in wood-working uud building con- struction. He received his general education fu SUU'ot School near Bristol, ICng- land, and later qunlilied for cortlti- catBS in general subjects from the College oC Preceptors, London, ami in science and art subjects from the De- partment of Education, South Kensing- ton. in receiving his technical training ho ,utendt'd tho Morchunt Venturer's Technical College. Hrfstol; Woolwich Polytechnic Institute, London; Gold- smith's Institute of Technology, Lon- don, lit) holds certificates in building construction and In practical plane and solid geometry from the depart- ment of education, South Kensington: in carpentry, joinery and cabinet work j from tho City and Guilds of London Institute: in carpentry, joinery and al- lied subjects from the Worshipful Company of Carpenters, London; and various certificates in drawing from the Department of Education, South Kensington. in the trade Mr. Bennett served his full apprenticeship in both bench work and wood-working machine shop work and also as n carpenter ar.d joiner. Professionally Mr. Bennett is not. only u, trained teacher, hut also a fully qualified architect. He is u fully ified instructor in manual arts under the City and Guilds of London Insti- tute and since coming to Saskatche- wan qualified for the first class teach- ers' certificate in general school work. He has taken special courses in the manual arts in Lehrerseminarium fur Knabenhanderbeit, Leipzig, Germany; at the Macdonald Institute. Guelph; at the Chicago Art Institute: at the Stout institute in Wisconsin and at the Todd Summer School of Art, Sar- anoe Lake, New York. In securing his training as an architect he arti-1 cled with J. H. Pantin, architect, Jlc- gtna, and qualified by passing the ar- chitectural examinations under the University of Saskatchewan. He is a. registered architect and is Secre- tary of. the Provincial Architects As- sociation of Saskatchewan. As an instructor Mr. Bennett's ex- perience" has been varied and combin- ed with his technical and professional equipment makes him peculiarly well fitted to meet the varied needs upon him as a member of the staff of the Institute of Technology. He began his teaching career as. a manual training teacher under the London School board and later served hVcarpeiitry and join- ery under the London .County Coun- cil. When Dr." Robertson was intro- ducing manual training into various cities in Canada under the Macdonald Fund, Mr. Dennett, with Mr. T. B. Kid- ner and a number of others Syere sel- ected by him ;.to come out from Eng- land and begin the work. He serv- ant opportunity for education in first as director in the Province of was offered when a mys- Quebec, but was transferred later to torious damsel calling 'herself Miss I. M. Careful gave a whole day's demon- stration at- a busy downtown corner. Wearing a mask that covered half I of her face and displaying white iery, upon which were the words, j "Safety First." in bold black letters, j the young woman -conducted hflr kin-1 dergarten for the benefit of the public, but with the particular object of in-j structing members of her own sex. She j was- assisted by Uotorman "W. B. Wen- 1 ger and Policeman Leslie Cos frornj the police "Too many women' get off a without waiting to make sure that it' has stopped, and in alighting they are apt to face straight ahead or else step off said Miss I. M. Care- ful. "In either event the result will be j a fall. Every person; should acquire the habit cf facing ahead when alight- ing- Then, even if the car is moving, there will be no accident. "In boarding a street 'car the woman should carry her muff and purse over one arm, gather her skirts together with the same hand and, then take hold of the car standard with the other" went on the apostle of "Safety First "If the passenger has bundles to oc j eupy both hands she must he absolute j ly certain that the car standing still I and then she will be able safely and easily." ROMAN CATHOLIC MAYOR OF OLD LONDON Sir Henry William Dunn, recently named lord mayor of London, assumes the duties of his new office in November he will be the third Roman Catholic elected to that office within recent years. Sir Henry's two predecessors of that 'faith were Sir Stuart Knill, who served as lord mayor of London in 1893, and Sir John Knill, who was ord mayor In 1909. Sir Henry is one of the most popular men in the British capital, having for number of years been associated with various charitable institutions and associations, to which he gave both considerable of his time and his money. At the present time Sir Henry is treasurer of the Alton Cripple home and was closely identified with Sir William Treloar in his memorable work in relieving thousands of the city's cripples. FOREIGN BORN ATTEND ROBERTSON COLLEGE Robertson college, Edmonton, announced at the senate meeting on Tuesday, is making a special effort to meet the needs of new Canadians in special classes which they will put on this term for foreigners. -Althbugh th'ese Classen will he more 'especially for the benefit of Ruthenlans, no class will be debarred. Dr. King, onn of the faculty, has tendered his resignation, as..he was returning to India the ytta> A Little Chilly! The crisp, sharp atmosphere denotes the Coining of Fall, and the need of warmer cloth- ing is toured upon our attention. THE FALL SUIT OR OVERCOAT that yon have been thinking of buy- ing: naturally comes to your mind. I CLAIM TO HAVE AS FINE A RANGE OF FALL SELECTIONS AS IT IS POSSIBLE TO SECURE. YOU WILL RECEIVE A COUPON THROUGH THE MAIL WHICH ENTITLES YOU TO A PAIR OF HAND- f AILORED TROUSERS ABSOLUTELY FREE, IF YOU CONFORM WITH THE CONDITIONS CONTAINED IN THE CIRCULAR LETTER WHICH ACCOMPANIES IT. Before placing your order for Fall Cloth- ing, look into my store and get acquainted with the Best Line of Tailorings in the West. Expert Tailors Only Employed. Thaell, the Tailor 008 Third Avenue South. Phone 1160 direct the work in what was then known as the North West Territories and to act as instructor in manual arts and art in-the Territorial Norm- al school at Regina. Leaving the ser- vice of tile government he became supervisor of technical education for the city of Regina. He withdrew from educational service for a few years, and during that time QunlMed as an architect. A CITY OF_CORN COB PIPES Washington, Mo.', Turns Out of Them a' Day Kansas City, Mo., turns out one'hundred thousand corn cob pipes, four thousand 'pairs :of shoes and eight hundred barrels of flour a uiiy. Its 'zithers sell for as high as 5120.0 each. It claims an in- crease in population ot' fifteen hun- dred in 10 years, and now counts 1122 votes, but with all these advantages it is hampered by an oozy gate that shuts off sandbar that prevents it using the navigation Una to J. H. Dickbrador, pro- bate judge and president of. the mer- chants' ad club of Washington. CAN RAISE THE SPAN Ottawa, Sept! Robert Bor- den today received a telegram from the officials of the St. Lawrence Bridge company at Quebec, that tho central span has be in- tact, The company will undoubtedly steps to'endeavor' to raise it, which is considered feasible by many engineers, despite (he great depth of water at that feet. All the Season's Newest Footwear Styles Are .being shown at aur store. The makes we sell, are selected because.-they answer .every requirement with .'exactness. Every member of the family can choose from a wide range in all.sizes and styles froin'our' big- stock which "is now most complete. People Familiar with our store know the high grade stock that fills it. Every .pair made by a re- liable firm and LOOKS WELL FEELS WELL AND WEARS WELL We invite your inspection. It is always a pleasure to show goods. W. J. Nelson Co. Sherlock Building The Big Shoe Store With the Big Values. ;