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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE BASEBALL NATIONAL Philadelphia lirooklyu W. 7B 73 72 St. Louis Ii7 Cincinnati 65 Chicago 63 plttsburR BS New York CO 57 G3 72 70 liil 71 73 Uostoti Chicago.................... 1 5 Tyler and Whaling and Gon'cly Douglas -and Hresmihan. rtttsburg 1 GiliBon. No other Raines sclicduicd. AMERICAN ?sTew York St, Louis Cleveland Philadelphia Bctrolt York Boland and Kunage (III 74 I'robablv the feature oi the play in i liits, and shut Ihcm out, show- the i.iaior leacues Tuesday, In tliul lie has- the class. 1 fv-n baseball fa-is was liis successful The leaders in Ihe lespcetive lea- ilobut in last company of two North-' kepi up liicir pace which I cm icagucrs] who that tl.ey llu-y have setting, Brooklyn be- bad the goods twirling two of the inn I he onlv one (if the contenders in best panics ttitncj out in the big. either league to so own to n.eleiit. I leagues. Charlie llordiiian, of the St. The bump to the Dodgers wliiln ttx I Uonilacc club and the leading soiilh- llravcs were winning nave the Hostoii j paw of the Northern league, made a team a one-point lead, ami arc again iname for himself in the big show by r in second place, 'stopping the hard-hiUing lirooklyn Tl.c Phillies won thoir lourth game dodgers when he pitched the St. I from tlio Tirales, showing tnat trie) 'Louis Cards lo a 0 to 3 victory. The l have not yet lost their championship i report savs thai he hurled a line i spirit. 'I he Boston lied Sox COM- Igamc, only givint five hits, but was I'leled a nclnblc feat by winimiE la little shakv wi'th men on bases. To their fourth straight game from .be boat-such a 'redoubtable combination high-priefd Chicago players, and lSO ss the Brooklyn team, and at such a thus ioslamius their lead. It was ox- they are lighting for the i pocu.-i that Ur.troit would ma'e a 'js a meat creditable gair, during the closed, as performance iu. youngster. But while rioardtnai! v.'illi iii-s ITALIAN UKHKJtViSTK PARADK BOSTON ST1S10ETS BKFOUK SAILING FOK YVAtt .652 .581 .553 .117 I.. the and Chicago Boston Faber Cady. Cleveland [Washington Brenton and Egan 3ia and Williams. 2 li 0 Coldwcll and Kobinsor, i CJenrge D'.unonl, uf Liii: i-'argi) en-. T n i pious, was tytii" up the swatters while pitching for the ineton team in the American league. .Diimont held the Indians to two Ecat- 0: it was thought that the White Sox j would he able to pat a crimp into j Mr: aspiration's of Ike Hal Sox, while I -1-" i-rs were doing up the Yanks. I kept up t'.ieir! woiifleni, and Thursday startj iMipnria.it with Detroit, which may decide iflc j official statements made to the promoters of the Giubons-Jk-Far- vvll'it is said to Live been the largest body ot" reservists to leave the United States on one ship since N'cii England. They paraded through Boston sireets to the steamship doelcs from where they sailed hortstop, a the expects to lose d Kirkham, cer.- -Baltimore...... .Johnson and Russell; Berry. Brooklyn Bt. Louis land boat, persons paid 3 -I 3'.mission to witness that boxing .030 Saturday r.ight. The, gross r.oggc andjceipts were of whicli {state, receives tre fielder, by draft, to the Chicago, t ad- j Cubs. I A letter was received yesterday j i fror.i the Chicago management, in js rnrlre ,vori to i which it said "that as it is a WS-' nil-si, not'lose the nizcd fact that the scouting system its share is a joke-in lhat the scout sees the con- smali in Our fuel i n is a little over half u. wages 11 cost, while in Saskatoon their cost is over four tiiv.c; their wages cost. That being so, if we could get a load to give us the sanie output rer year as iBasValoon, the only item of, expense which would increase to any j great extent would he coal, and coal, fe practically our cheapest, article, j We wo Iii then be able lo sell cicc-jja( ricity at lower rates than Saska- toon. The ureat need of our electric plant rlo, and the fiens not lose sight oi 'he fact that by turning down the hylnw t-o extend t'hB electric light mains in 1911 they deprived -the electric plant J (foxTixUED 1'nosr FuoxT PAGE) .under the law governing the holding player but a short time and in Slot such bouts. Him? is unable to get a real line or, i m- an additional load anil also of a Members of the commission state! j his wouldn't Mr. Blumc and j [erciml, approximating Slot) to brook, where i Mrs. Burton was prominently connect- ed will! the Imperial Order or the Daughters of the Empire and the Yvc- liitn's Institute. Tdiss McLeod, who recently has i had charge of the C.P.H. telegraphs, leaving on the flyer ;r. the moni- Buffalo Providence Toronto Montreal Rochester Harrishurg Richmond Uersey City .Providence......... Harrishurir... -Jersey .CMty....... lit; Of) C5 60 58 L. 49 B7 tiS US 72 78 33 Pet. .639 .6-34 .490 .189 ASS .455 .-127 .371 City.......11 Buffalo BuflalS Montreal Rochester Rochester AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis....... 13 Minneapolis....... Kansas City...... Kansas City...... St.' St. Paul............ Columbus Columbus Cleveland...... Cleveland Louisville Louisville Indianapolis Indianapolis Xo mention was made at the meet-! innly named Wolfe and Ki'ikham asj a'K light- inu-.o relative to permitting the men and ii they iro to Chicago'; Womd be reiiuceil 'instead of increas- on Frifla by referees at future bouts, and it is for a try out next spring and Owner iched 0 TUJS would he an rates j I'rook Poultry association wiil be held 'evening next, September 17, at tho City hall at S o'clock sharp. believed that any change in the purse is enriched by SI, 500, cnt. methods will 'be left to the new; it- will be through the letter, and commission (hat Governor Whitman j without the services of a big league is expected to appoint inter. -scout. excellent work I Business or importance to Cranbrook CARPET BALL ciE'BONs AND AHEARN SIGN UP New Orleans, La., Sept. nouncement was made here yesterday that Mike Gibbons of St. Paul, Jlinn., and Youns Ahearn of New York, wel- terweights, have signed a contract in New York tor a la-round bout in New- Orleans the second week iu January. ACTION OF SINGLE SPOONFUL SURPRISES MANY IjSihbridge people who bought the simple mixture of ibuckthorn barli, glycerine, etc., known as Adlt-.r-i-ka, are surprised ai the INSTANT effect of. a SINGLE SPOONFUL. This rem- edy is so complete a bowel cleanser that it is used successfully in appen- dicitis. Adlcr-i-ka. acts on 'BOTH up- per and lower howei and ONE SPOONFUL- relieves almost ANY CASE of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. ONE. MINUTE after you UVe it the gesscs rumble and pass .7. Co., Limit- All preparations are being made for the opening oi" the indoor bowling season, which. starts in October. Would ail fraternal societies and .unions wishing- to enter teams for the BarrowniHn Shield games pleasa communicate with the Seoretair, T. H. Fleetwood, care Ciiy offices. Tor vour committee to take up air! poullrymen will be brought up. Ev- enrteavor- in some way or other to e; member is earnestly retruested to sent. trieity. and you would he assured of. the hearty co-operation oi the Com- missioners induce the citizens to use more cle'> be 0: in the insnts Tours truly. ARTHUR Commissioner Public Utilities. lion during- the past two weeks. red 'box, with a knob and a slot iii iU and tbe instructions to pull the levetf. down sharply, -which we did, and push; The clock worlc started and! presently the firemen swung past with all due bumptiousness as became an up-to-date fire department. "The point is this: that I believe per cent, of our'people know as much. about sending-in a fire alarm, and it! is hoped that, this will glyo them at pointer, as it' did myself, ,as -to-how it 'is done. Yours nr n T General Trade Good On almost every hand the mer- chants repoi-L an increasing briskness iu general trade. Tho hotels, too, have been accommodating a larger travelling puiviie than ucual lately, full houses being quite, tho rue. The wholesalers report business in the surrounding districts picking up, and prospects are for a very good win- RECRUiTS TO UNIFORMS AS SOON AS 'TED Ottawa, Ont., Hept. I eral Sir Sam Hughes made tho defin- iite announcement ibis morning that in future all recruits for overseas forces will receive their uniforms as soon as they haye :been accepted and' Donr.hoe of Wardner was today malting arrange- patriotic dance, which will bo hfc-id in the Library hail, V.'ardner, on Wednesday evening. Sep-j 22, in aid of tho Red Cross tnnds. This is the first entertain- ment of this kind given this season in Wardnor, and every effort will made for a big success. I say a .supplementary word to what George Krame and James K. li'llis, Keid has written you. charged with obtaining money under In the lirst place ilr. Ileid as a pretences appeared before Judge commissioner is not responsible _for j this mornins. Bramo was ac- .THE MAYOR'S VIEWS F. Downer. Esn., Dear might he permitted to ter in the general wholesale trade. Tile farm iiuifiemeTlt houses; of course, are working overtime, and with in- creased stal'fs, to keey up with the demand, chieily for repairs for imple- ments in the field. Tho shortage of repairs in comparison to the demand has been most marked. Mines Are Brisk Another line of business which pro- mises well This year, and which means much to Lethbridge, is the coal mines. j and these, ali report present business splendid. Tbe mines at Ccalhurst are worlung full time, and turning out nearly capacity output.. Tils Gait mines in the city are working three and four days a week, -with fairly full staff, and prospects are for a heavy .winter. P. DUNCAN SIGNED The Pittaburg club has signed Out- fielder Patrick Duncan of the Battle Creek club of the defuncl South-Mich- igan league. vrhat, I regard as a tad ment oi tiie units in our power house, .milted, -Kills was sent uy for (riai. Braii-ie loft, tliis afternoon for -MADE IN Price Innaunceniyt Effective August M TOURING CAiR RUNABOUT TOWN CAR S480 S780 our overdone power house as Eureka where he will be married to- it, stands today. Everything downjmorrow there is proportioned for- just about Bf cranbrook School three .times the output of. the thc central school ou and when the load tails lelow it taeir an- 50 per cent, oi in I. capacity in tour inspection. There were most .any electro-mechanical equip-, ent chairraai OTiite and Trustees ment it is, almost impossible to Keep j Banning, Quain and Wilson. The down costs. j (jrjjj test was brought into ae.- Stace I have been-mayor oi the trustees witnessed thc city I have given the. electric depart-1 exlt 0( the from the ment as much considrrauon as my, The {our children other duties would allow me to spare h t ln rtect onlei. in tho it, and have urged some things on; Jdr.-.Reid which he complied k b, snorl Ullie of J2 seconds. If it had not ntl.. r' these In 19H the output of the J' .refS jif- Itoon plant was kilowatt! with his ttmscnl, ibings would hours compared with :of tSe! very shape lonuy without the which constitutes a record for British Columbia. Cianhrook Sash and Door Co. the order foe ali of the 1 nK oi the le nc the iocil plant and iii spite oi'the I Possibilities of very coiHlcm- srcat allference in the output, the nation that woul cBost of ileclricitv in Lethhridgc was This city unfortunately was caugnr, 317 cts. per kilowatt hour as com-! in the traiisition period, i.e., in the pared with 3.41 els. in Saskatoon. period that i! was making great The mnnh-r oi lieht and preparation for a great immediate. nowe" cZsuiner" in Saskaloon is future which dirt not, materialize. If j CraiibrooS; Agenc% SToa' I 'LsSdge. oniy Al- the expecwd immediate future had bid was fiioueli thfa individual lighting, rates matcrializra and held for four or five in tithbrldge are higher than.in Sas-! J'earE tinit; lo come .Toiui Luwson or Tdner i i uU 10 Usltor today, being tbe luc dor sioiltl The spectacle of His Worship-the -.Mayor iii ill-ooneealeil impa- tience awaiting in vain the. arrival (.he Fire 'department, because he im- agined he had sent in a .fire call by merely taming the key in an alarm box, wou'id be enough to make one But there are probably not n one hundred people.ia the know, the proper-way attested. Great Patriotic MAJESHC THEATRE [for the "immediate Pvhich was tr-ct reat tint tte orfice ot tl f Co M Olc V.'ardner is Brisk :-Io'lm of. Wfirdnur was a visitor per electric light Ijowor depattmeot........... hour paid in Uthbridgc is lower, be- would have- been HI better ste with lover futu lin" 3.21 cis. its against 3.84 cts. in city as a whole m a much j district. Thc Crow's Nest Pass Lum- j.Saskatoon, this means that a citizen fn the city Tuesday. He is enthusiastic ro prospects in the Wardner Thc Crow's Nest Pass Lum- ber Co. has orders enough to keep it Umih sail f' Imnscif tint the TO-MORROW FRIDAY tu- Tht Her I nlil a few di JUG f in ill in life, have never had occasion to 'call out a fire department by telephone or otherwise. 'Recently it came to my attention fiat it thr diilv to 0 ca Fully equipped except Speedometer. F.O.B. Ford, Ontario. THE FORD GAKAGE Virtue 1M2 AVE. PHONE 633. Saskatoon navs on the average, ffh.t.c Jlr. Reid is not infallible and 'vuiinins steadily until Coristmas, and of ore cent, more for a like "s all has many sliortrarain.es, js exiiecting a targe isiuuber of iirai than a-pe-is sr.ining in anil oriiers. The ulaner mill is run. LcthbridKC citizen proving everyday and it would he nine; day and night to keep nn with With reference to the difficiilt for any :wc to figure out the class of coal for which i letter results under the Conditions would pav Sfl.tO per ton would -con Im.lms got .ton, department i i .1 snn I.nnt c. DaSli pWO cdl'ii. Fair play mily- in; given Mr. ......and dif- tain apiiroxiniiitely M.SOO heat unifsi per v pound anil would have approxi-! matcly 7. per cent, ash, while the coal j ReidBarter .all we par SI-25 per ton for, contains) ficuitifs that he and heat units per pound and over labored under are carefully 21 per cent, of ash. This means that we have (o burn more than double the amount of coal lo ect the same amount of heat and in addition to that we require extra help to handle from 12 to 15 per cent, more asbrs. One noticeable.Kurt in Saskatoon's statement of operat- ing costs is thai wagos amounted to while in Lethbridge. with less than -10 per cent of Saskatoon's output, the rt'iu.cs amounted to 953.84 this shows thai wages do nol decrease in the same proportion sideted. Tn my estimation no person would be able to give absolute satisfaction with our present plant and popula- tion. They are not enough in balance. With kind regards, I am. Yours very tnslv, W. D. L. HAKPIE, Mayor. DANGEROUS HARVESTING Sept. member of the Canadian, emfgrat ion staff, .London, writing from France, says that, a'.- as tho output. Fuel and waecs arc, though only two miles from the firing Cost; line, harvesting was fn foil swing, and the two principal items in the of electricity. We could double present output with only a a fine crop was cut close to where the very' trenches being tlm rush of work, which, is indeed pleasing music to the ears of tbe Wardner residents. The fanners are all IwMt'iing over with the real Joy of living, the crops this year being the best in the history of the country. At the large ranch of crops arc Peter being are yield So aci says is Uiu town on- the Crow's Nest Iu.--. Lund im- harvested, .expected to Mr. Holm .iirospei'O.us PETF.RBORO DENTIST SHOOTS HIMSELF Pcterboro, Ont., Sent. G. Cowan, dentist, fifty-ono years of ass, committed nulcidc, yesterday, by shooting himself with a pistol. He left a noie addressed to his wife, say- ing he thought that the best way out of business and other '.i-oubles that promised no improvements. Ho was a frequfiiic contributor-to .dental jour- nals iu Canada and Great Britain. Jtnn-> ucrp ju '-ood vorking Older On vjnsr our vlth b Duni am J decided to in elf stupid uo 'o i fire alarm and t; on'iy stuck niy.- stick .through the glass and turned the itey. Having fulfilled- all the we thuughl h-v turning the ko set to. await the 1'runcn There- Aas delav wnich caused admtj. funny reinai'Jta aho.itt the' fire department as After waiting "seven minutes without''any i1 e vigorously tarnwd ThD key again, and waited .five more long minute" conjuring up in 0111 n mds ill of firp'i and possibilities 'viihout arv tiyn noise or others ot the tiremen began to get desperate ind uis cd the- deptirtnicnt uiul i1i connectett with it Ij'avor lor ins; f (icmnitiu i loop up our once more turned the ..key- most '.vig- and at the same time gate It a kind' of side twist which 'caused the blessed door to open, and to our amazement disclosed another bright At 8 O'Clock Addresses Sii ITmljeit Ames, M.P, Hon A. L biiion '1 Ai T-rtcedic, M.f.T, Ml SIC A L t'RO- GOD HAVE ;