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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IS. 1016 THE LKTHBKIDGE DAILY TTEKALD PAGE THREE. "Give me WRIGLEY 1-2-3-4-5." "Drop a nickel, the counter in the little corner jfs sold Brooklyn1 Mow York 'ittsburg Chicago St. Louis linclnnatl the largest selling'gum in the world. 1 Because it benefits while it gives the longest-lasting pleasure for the price. NATIONAL 81 73 03 IK so Lost 54 77 Ml 87 Pet. .000 .590 .580 .530 .450 .450 .429 .378 SATURDAY GAMES Robins Won and Tied Brooklyn, do- eated Cincinnati in tho firm. Biime of iloubl.fl-heailcr today, 4 to 3, but was leW'-to if. 12-llinlng tie In Ilio second sdiitiist, to i'. Coombs was erratic, ill the opening game. In Hie ninth Inning, wltli two out Oroh singled, Housli tripled and Chnse doubled, two runs being scored. Marqnard was sent to the rescue, and be llrat ball pitched Grlinth hit to Wheat. Sclmltz was hit. hard and timely, but Mitchell stopped the scor- ing. Proffer anil Toney had a great tat- tle with honors even, in tin-' second contest. Myers started tho game with triple and scored on Daubert's sacri- fice fly. Chase's triple and Griffith's single scored Cincinnati's only run. Chase made live Wts in the two games. Wheat after making a hit in the opening .'game tor ills twenty-ninth successive game, was unable to hit Cincinnati 3 Brooklyn 4 Sclmltz, Mitchell Wingo; Coombs, Marouard and Miller. Second (12 Cincinnati.....: J 8 1 Brooklyn l Toney and Wingo; Pfefter and Meyers. Rudolph in Form Boston. Sept. was too much tor St. Louis today and Boston won 7 to 1. Up" to. tho ninth inning, when'he eased up, the Boston pitcner allowed only two hits. St.: Louis 1 oston.............. Currie, 'Steele and Gonzale; m; Rudolph an'd-Blackburn. Giants Win 11 Straight New York, Sept. York ade it 11 straight victories here to- ny bv beating Pittsburg in both utnes'ot a double-header, 8 to 2 and 4 lo 3. in Ilio tho Olants marto If' liHu-pff .Mnniiiiix, Kliiiiuortnan and goltlng three. I" the second gu'mu Cooper hold Now York to two-Win (or seven Innings, alter which Ilio (Stalls llnlsiiod strong. Pittsburg Mow York............ Mttirinux and Wagner; Jlentoi: anil McCarty. Second I'ittsburK s Now York............ 7 Cooper mid r'ltdier; Anderson. Jilt- ter.-.Tesreau and Ilariileu. Alex. Wins His 29th Philadelphia. Sept. hit- ting gave Philadelphia two victories over Chicago today. 0 to 3 mill fl to 0. Carter anil Lavender' were taken oft the rubber In the flrst Same in which Alexander'was hit hard 111 only one inning Hendrix lasted only six innings in the second contest, the feature ot which was Cravath's two home runs, drove In three other runners. Philadelphia.......... n 1 Chicago.............. 1' Alexander and Ktlilter; Carter, La- vender, Preudergast'-and Wilson. Second Philadelphia....... .1 'i u Chicago...........'. r> Domarco Burns; Hendrix, Vaughn and Wilson. Irat anil Chicago tt close second. Weaver drovo the ball over tile left iold I'em'e on the bound for a homer n Ihe llrnt liming. Ed'Jio Collins tol- owed with a triple and he KfOfeU when Walker dropped ,Tao.ksoi..'fi long ly. Jackson scored on Felnch's slnple, ,'iving tho locals a three-run lead. Another run was added In tho sec- >n J. Colliim' walk, Weaver's ,1HI on J. i.oiiint, wuiiv, game ironi iiiii.iuuii.inn .U.RW.., single and R. Collins' sacrilice fly. through tho wildness ot Bush, who AMERICAN Detroit Boston Chicago...... New York St. Louis...... Cleveland..... Washington Philadelphia S3 SI .67E .570 .521 .518 .511 .500 .217 lie first game of tho most important orles of tho season. As a result of he local victory and De'.rolt'n-1 win iver Philadelphia, the world's hits. Forty thousand normmn taw tho Katno a record attendance. Fabor in tho tiiird InnliiB walked Gardner and vcr Philadelphia, the worm s i-jiiim-i and Thomaa were dclhroned from lli'Bt. place single lining (ho liiweo. lUith then Jilt ml now are in third, with Detroit a hlgh boundor lo tabor scoring. Hooper then singled to coit tru, scoring Scott and Thomas. Chicago.............. 2 r> 1 Until and Thomaa; Fairer, Oanforth, Cifotte and Lapp, Lynn. Bush's Wildness Detroit, Sept. their gcd neiulng, Detroit took a 10 Innings'' game from Philadelphia today, largely. after every Wrtte Win. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd; Wrigley Building, Toronto, for the Sprightly Speinnen's fuany Mother Goose book. Pfeffer, Brooklyn 21 Marnuard, Brooklyn 10 Mauiaux, .Pittsburg. 20_ Cheney, Brooklyn 10 Eudplph, Bostoli .ll> Benton, New York. 12 7 Perritt, New York.. 17. '10 Chase Displaces Daubert as Bat- ting King in the Older League Chicago, Sept. Chase has taken Ihe lead in the chase for the National league batting championship, according figures published here to- day which includes the records of last Wednesday's, games., Jake Daubert. long the leader, has dropped to third place, into a lie with Hornsby, while Wheat went into second place. Carey, Pittslral'E. leader in stolen liases, now hiiu 50; Flack, Chicago, iii saculfice hits with 36; Williams, Chicago, in home runs, with 12; Wheat, Brooklyn, in. total bases, with 238; New York in runs scored, with SC, and Brooklyn 111 team hitting, with .268. Loading bailors who Inivu played in half or more of their club's games: Chase. Cincinnati Brooklyn Danbert, Brooklyn Hornsby, SC Louis............ Wagner. I'illsburg ...v....... Hinchman, Pluaburg HouoVlaon, Now'York Stock'.' Philadelphia Whlttcd, Philadelphia Long, St. Louis Leaillns pitchers.for Won Loiit TJusheh.-liostoll 16 Alevunder. I'hila. 28 10 Itllrey, Pliila. 13 S ,'.074 .607 .667 .640 .640 .filii '.629 In the American leagiuvTrls Speak- er ran his margin over Cobb to 30 points, a gain of eight' in the week. Humler. the Southern league slugger, now witli Ihe Browns, is outhitling Cobb, with .360, hut'has taken part only 15 games, not appear in the records. .Cobb In stolen bases wilh 55, and in runs, scored'wilh an even 100. is ahead ID sacrifice hits'with New York." In'homo runs, with. 10; Jackson, Chicago, in total bases, with 271. and tjptroit in club batting, wilh .203. Leading hitters: Speaker, Cleveland .839 ..359 .314 .308 .303 .300 .299 .292 .272 'Pet. :765 .714 .709 .684 .Ii43 .640 .613 .613 Chicago.. ,U'? t- -T 'T t CALOARY BEAT Calgary, Sept. the first game of tin Calgary-Medicine Hat baseball series from the Hatters Saturday teore to.2. pitched for the Hit and Qill Cnbb, Detroit Jackson, Chicago.........----- Strunk, Philadelphia Gardner, Boston.............. Veach, Detroit Sisler, St. Louis............... E. Collins, Chicago Nunamaker, New York Pclsch, Chicago................ Leading pitchers for 23 game; Won Los Cullop, New York 13 4 li'aber, Chicago----- 15 6 If. Coveleskie, Del. 23 B Morton, Cleveland 13 6 IJenz, Chicago 9 Leonard. Boston ..IS 9 Ruth, Boston 12 Shawkey. New York 19 12 '11 7 Lethbvidge can boast one of best bulldogs In Canada. B. P. Tusoi of the Chinook Kennels showed lli Champion Chinook Tenacity at th Canada National Toronto and D. writing in' the Ca gary News-Telegram, has this, to sa about the Lethhridge entries: At the Canadian National exhibitioi closed last week, the following award of interest to western fanciers wer made: Chinook kennels, Lethbridge- Bulldog. Champion Chinook Tenacitj first open heavyweight and neserv winner.- Tlie winner's bitch, Belgray of Lambare, was, however, bea en for best of the breed special b Wilson's Coster's Diamond. The western bitch. Champion Oil nook Tenacity, did not have to -wa lung to atone for. her defeat by Be grave Lady, as at the. same exhibitio Tenacity was awarded first, prize the any variety non-spbrting clu., beating the special winner in the bill dog clnssea. Coster's Diamond. In'weighing up the merit of th performance it should he borne i nind that this well known wester champion female bulldog made th long hike from .Vancouver to Toront, staying at her home in Lethbridg only 24 hours, and1 arriving at Toroiv only three or four days 'before goin into the ring there. Her- other su cesses dtirmg the preceding months July and August at- Calgary, Ednio kegina and Vancouver exhibitioi are still fresh in the minds'of 01 de'arers. It is tho present intention of tl owner of this specimen to bench T nacity at-the. coming local, dog sho on Thanksgiving Day. .322 .320 .317 .312 .309 305 .290 .291 .291 Pet. .737 fiary' teams are playfnjj in' ;7M cine Hat today. 4 3 9 41 Brot- SATURDAY GAMES Ehmke Did It Detroit. Sept. Ehmke a lanky recruit from Syracuse, pitchei Detroit into flrst place today by de feating Philadelphia 4 to 3. Ehmki not only pitched a splendid game, mi his infield single in the sixth scored Crawford with the run which won the contest. Errors gave the visitors.two runs in the Brat Inning and another error was responsible for Philadel- phia's tally in the ninth. Philadelphia..........- 7 i j. 4 6 rHHJh'and' Haley; Ehmke and Stallage. White Sox Beat Red Sox sago. Sept. Chicago club lunched lilts In the third netted an- other, and the last run was scoreil oil Jones. on the mound. Claude Williams went the entire route against tho world's champions. Doston.............. 4 7 1 Chicago.............. 11 1 Lonnard. Jones and Carngan; wil- iains and Luiii'i. Senators Score in First Si. Louis, Sept. got three of its six hits off Weilman in Ihe first inning today and defeated St. Louis 2 to 1. -Milan reached first when Leonard, who had singled, was forced at second; Smith doubled scor- ing Milau, ami Shanks singled, count- ing Smith. St. Louis rallied in the ninth when Aycrs weakened, passing pinch hitters. Rumler and Trillin with one out. Shot- ion singled, filling the bases, and as Miller forced Shotton, Rumler scored. Sisler ended tho rally with a foul to Williams. Washington.......... J 5 St. Louis............ .1 Avers and Williams; Weilman-.and Hartley, Severoid. Yankees Win in Ninth Cleveland, Sept. two were out in the ninth with nobody on' base, New York scored two runs and won from Cleveland 4 to 3. Bauman tripled to left. Hendrix walked. Peckinpaugl] singled, scoring Bauman. Pipp scratch an in field hit. filling tho bases. Bu 5 10 1 ..._..j.................. C 78 Bush and Haley; Covolesxlo and v Stanage. Cleveland Wins by Hard Hitting Cleveland, Sept. de. eated New York 9 to 7, tho ganw boi'. ng featured by hard hitting and wild- less of the pitchers. -Jew York 1 11 1 i walked, forcing Hendrix in will; the winning run. Now York Cleveland seven passes, 'hiladclphia Cleveland 9 10 1. ev Shawkey. Love. Cautweli, Buckley and Alexander; Smith, Gould, Bosh- ing and Deberry. SiEler Outpltohes Johnson St. Louis, Sept. 17. Georgo Slalet twirled his second game of the season today and outpitched Walter Johnson, St. Louis winning from Washington, I to 0. Washington 0 6 St. Louis 1 4 2 Johnson and Henry, Gharrity; Sls- ler and Hartley. PACIFIC COAST SUNDAY GAMES Francisco 9; Oakland 1. Francisco 7; Oakland 6. Los Angeles 9; Salt Lake 1. 0; Vernou 5. 2; Vernon S. Fischer, Shawkey Walters Alex- ander; Lambeth and Deberry, O'Neill. SUNDAY GAMES 8oston in Second Place Chicago. Sept. went into second place today when they defeat- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SUNDAY GAMES City 4; Louisville 5.. City 3; Louisville 9. 7; Toledo 1. 6; Toledo 2. Paul 3; Columbus 4. Paul 9; Columbus 3. 0; Indianapolis 7. 2; Indianapolis 11. Hank Gowdy can't allow tho ball any rest. The other day he got four hits out of four times up, and on Thursday he annexed three out ot four, one of them a double. WAR LOAN I DOMINION OF CANADA 'Issue of 5% Bonds Maturing 1st October, 1931 PAYABLE AT PAR AT B OTTAWA, HALIFAX, ST. JOHN, CHARLOTTETOWN, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG, 3 -REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA. 1 'H, INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, 1st APRIL, 1st OCTOBER. H PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD. v 'SB 1 ISSUE PRICE _ 'A FULL HALF-YEAR'S -INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st APRIL, I917.' THE PROCEEDS OF THE. LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY.' _ Word comes that the Chinook Ken- of Lethbridge will send np to the Calgary show, October 9 and 10, .a string of the wellknown English bull dogs. Tho lending one will bo Cham- pion Chinook Tenacity, a bull bitch of Stirling quality. Chinook Supreme will also be here. To my way of thinking this dog will make them all go to.beat, llim. lie has the best head and front- that has been seen In tho west for'a long time. In fact lib is good all over find there is no doubt but that. lie.U Iho. coming heavyweight English, bull dog of Canada. _ THE MISTSTER OP FINAXCE offers herewith, on nehaif m the Government, the above named Bonds for subscription at 97i, payable as 10 per cent on application; 30 16th October, 1910: 30 15th 971 15th Dcccniber, 1916. The total allotment of bonds of this issue will be limited to one.hundred million dollars' exclusive of., the.amount (if anvY paid for by the surrender of bonds as the equiva- lent of cF4 under the terms of the War Loan prospectus of 22nd November, 1915. The instalments may be paid on UIG 16lh day of October, 1016, or on any instalment due date thereafter, under discount at the rate of pent per annum. payments are to be made.to a chartered bank .for the credit of the Minister of Finance. Failure to pay] any instalment when due will render previous payments liable to forfeiture'and the allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions, accompanied by a deposit of ten per cent of he amount subscribed, must be .forwarded through the medium of a chartered bank. Any branch .m Canada of any chartered bank will receive subscriptions and provisional receipts. This loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada, and both principal and interest mil bo a charge i the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Forms of application may be obtained from any branch in Canada of any chartered bank and at Ihe.office of any Assistant Receiver General in Canada. Subscriptions must be for even hundreds.of dollars. In-, case of partial allotments the surplus deposit will he applied towards payment of the amount due.on the October instalment. Scrip certificates, non-negotiable or payable in accordance with the choice of the applicant for registered or bearer bonds, will be issued, after allotment, m exchange for the 'receipts. When-thc.scrip, certificates have been paid in full and coupons atUched, payable to to principal, or for fully registered bonds, when without coupons, in accordance- with the application. Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will be made through the chartered bank's: The issue will be exempt from any income in pursuance of legislation enacted '.by the Parliament of Canada. The bonds with coupons will be issued in denominations S500, Fully registered bonds without coupons'will Le m denominations of or any authorized multiple of The bonds will be paid at maturity at par at the office of the Minister of Finance and Receiver General at Ottawa, or at the office of the Assistant Receiver General at Halifax, St. John, Charlottetown, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg, Regina, Calgarv, or Victoria. The interest on the fully registered bonds will be paid bv cheque, which will be remitted by post. Interest on bonds with coupons will be paid on surrender of coupons. Both cheques and coupons will be payable free of exchange at any branch in Canada of any chartered bank. Subject to the payment of twenty-five cents for each new bond issued, holder' of fully registered without coupons will have the right to convert into bonds of the denomination of with coupons, and holders of bonds with coupons uill have the right to convert into fully registered bonds of authorized denominations without coupons at any time on application to the Minister of Finance. The books of the loan will be kept at the-Department of Finance, Ottawa- Application Bill be made in due course for the listing of the issue on the Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges. Recognized bond and stock brokers will be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per cent on allotments made in respect of applications bearing their stamp, provided, however, that no commission be -lIoTed in respect of the amount of any allotment paid for by the surrender of bonds issued under the'War Loan prospectus of 22nd November, 1915 No commission will be allowed in respect of applications on forms been printed by the King's Printer. Subscription close on or before 23re September, 1916. i I ;