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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday', September DAILY HERALD Page 7 ffiese are 'the Loads that lanf theLaurels! BH LLI AND Powders BALLISTITE (Dense) A waterproof powder of high velocity, yet gives lower breech pressure than any made. Considered the "fastest" powder ever put into shells. NEW EMPIRE (Bulk) Specially adapted to the Canadian climate; posi- tively will not deteriorate. Uniform, close pattern, very light recoil. get BALLISTITE anil rVflV CMI'IRE smokeless poH-iterx It shell tntttled In Specify tliKin antl get highest results! 1 TO-DAY'S FINAL RESULTS Brooirline, Mass.. Sept. Eighteenth hole: Qulmet. 4; Vardon, 0; 4. Totals: '72; Vardon, 77; Ray, 79. lirgoHine, Miss. Sept. 20. The golfing battle -between Kngland anJ America for championship; aud'Edivard two season British playeis, playing 20 year old Francis Quimel, ot this town, in a hole contest, in a typical Scotch mist. S'et the- sodden turf and dripping trees failed to trop bac'i one ot the largest galleries that ever fol- lowed a jolt match in this country. Oae hundred club members, with red scil 100 fathoms (.1 lope, was necessary to Veep the eager crowd from treading oa the lieels of the three players. It being a holiday and entrance to tie nineteenth open with Harry Vardori the bourse nearly every IlrccAhne schoolboy was on the lints today to vetch their recent play- mate In tl.e greatest golfing struggle I ever seen in this country. SOME SENSATIONAL PLAYING YESTERDAY National Philadelphia a 1 I'iitstiurg 3 1 Mayer and Klllifer Uendric'is and Kelly, and Simon. Second Philadelphia 3 1 ri'ttsburg........................... 3-51 Called.on account of darkness. Scatoh and Rums; Canzeli, Mann, Quinland and Simon and Kelly. lirooVlyn.................. Cincinnati Iteulbach aiid Fishpr Kling. 0 E 1 7 Packard Second Jirooklyn........................ 2 7 Cincinnati 1 -t itucker zrA Fisher; Rowan and Clarke. Kew Yolk 0 SI. l.ouis........................ 1 1 n 10 3 Mathewson and Meyers Sallce anil Snyder. Second New :Vork 250 Louis 030 JIarquard- and Meyers Hopper and Snyder. Boston Peril ue, Davis and R arid en ar.d Archer. 7 0 9 2 Cheney English and Scotch Suitings here in glad The finest garments that the Semi-ready Company produce. i And they are the acknowledged Rulera in the. Realm of Men's Fashions. Ready to try-on; finished in an hour. Priced at their worth, with the open-face price in tho pocket. You can bank on getting 100 per cent; in dollar value and a dividend of satisfaction in Semi-ready Tailoring. THE SEMI READY STQRE EMPRESS BLOCK _ S. C. BATEMAN.'Mgr. Drookline, Mass., .Sept. 19.-Play- ing golf ol a caliber seldom Been In America, two of the trio of English professionals forged to the front in ,he first half of tl.e 13th annual open tournament of the United States Goll association, here, and, at' dusk, led :he field by a margin of two strokes. Harry Vardon and Iteid turned in cards oi H7 for the lirst 36 holes. Kdward Kay divided second ilace with Herbert Strong, ol the [nnwood club, 'ol Innu-ood, N. V., each having 148, .McDonald Smith, ol Xeyv York, and J. H. llarnes, ol Ta- coma, were bracketed in third- posi- tion with ISO After the leaders came a long line of professionals broken here and there name ot a prominent ama- teur. Francis Ouimet had the honor of showing1 the ;Way for the ama- teurs with a card of 151, which plac- ed him in a', tie with Willie Hagin, Alexander Ross and George Saigent fourth place. I.outs Tellier, the profes- sional, turned in 152 lor the initial half of Ite'play, which gave him filth place In company with C. U. Thorn, of Shinnticock Hills. Fred ilerres- hoff, the Long Island amateur, Jack McDermott, the present'champion, and Jack Ilutchinsen, divided the honors of sisth place with 153, while Jerome Travers, the amateur cham- bad to'be satisfied with a card of 15E. Ii. Murray, ol Royal, Montreal, and G. W. Tor- onto, turned in cards ol ICO, while Keifier, Ottawa, ended the day with a score of 1C3. HAY IS THE SENSATION' In tbe midst of this sensational golfing, Kdward Hay, the giant lishraan, stood out as the liero of tbe day's play. Stalling portly on his morning round, be came back with a really wonderful afternoon1 round in 70, breaking the course iifing him from ninth record ar.d to second Jlace. His two countrymen, Harry Vardoa and Heid, while two strokes better on the day's play, are far more consistent, and tiieir work lack- ed the brilliant rally and thrill that caused Ray to be applauded, as he finished, by a gallery (juica to nhe the courage and ability of the Englishman..' Weather conditions were perhaps more favorable to the Invading pro- fessionals from the British Isles than to Ihe'entrantB from the States. It rained heavily until shortly helorc the starting hour and" the fairways anil greens lost much, of their tennfss. Orerhead, leaden gray clouds blocked out- the sun and the air was heavy with humidity. 7he English yilayera, with their long carries from the tee, gained an advantage over the Unilcd States representatives, who lost much of the effectiveness of their diivci when the, ball dropped dead and with- out roll OD the heavy turf. American Cleveland-Boston, rain. Chicago-New York, rain. St. Louis-Philadelphia, rain. Detroit............................ 1 8 1 AVAShlngfoil...........'.......... 3 5-5 Com'stoclr, Dauss and McKeo Love, Boohling and Alnsmith and Henry. International Montreal 3 liuRalo I- Smith and Madden Mains fiojvdy- Montreal......................... 7 llufialo............................ 1 3 0 and .Mattcrn and Lalonge." flpwley Jurafrion Toronto 2 G 1 Rochester. 3 8 '2 Maxwell, Kent and Graham Grown, Hughes and JackliUxh, Toronto 490 Rochester 022 Maw and Brown Keefe and Jack- tsch. Baltimore-Providence, rain. Jersey City-Newark, rain. Association Minneapolis 8 Indianapolis 3 CATARRH OF THE BLADDER 24 Hours .Beware Old Country Football London, ScpT. are tho results ot today's Ipague football games KIRST- DIVISION Blackburn Hovers 6, Jiidillesuoro 0. Boltcn Wanderers 0. Bradford City United 1. Chelsea 0, Manchester United 2. Eveiton 1, Liverpool 2. Manchester City' 1, Derby County 2. Oldham Athletic. 3, Tottenham Hot- spur'0. Sheffield Vndr.csJay 2, Preston North End 1. Sundcrlanil 2, Aston Villa 0. West- Bromwich Albion 1, Newcas- e-United 1. Kicne- and Casey.. Rondeau Burke and Kansas City Louisville- lliicliie and and demons. O'Connor 6 10 2 .180 Korthrup St. Paul Toledo Carger and Miller Basslcr. Milwaukee Columbus Slapnika and Hughes Coleman. 0 '3 George and 3 10 0 030 Davis and When yon thirst for a Long Drink ASK FOR A WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS and Ginger Beer and you have the world's best combiiia- lion refresher and health tonic, tuning you up to a pitch of surprising fitness. Wolfe'i Schnmppi ii a clarifying ionic for Tilal organs of the body, it stimulates them lo healthy aclivily by freeing Incm Irom the dogging influence of wMte Bui see lhal it ii which ii diSerent chalk from wrul you inow is Holfandj." u the purul, most wholesome and invigorating tonic-corrective the world: rootnct. Every glassful is 2 ol renewed Health and vigor. OHatiutlc el all Hotels and RcMl Slota. Hudson's Bay Go. Northwestern. Spokane I, Vancouver 7. Portland 3, Seattle 1. Taconia 0, Victoria 4 Fast Auto Racing at Taber Fair BASEBALL TABLES National W. L. P.O; New York.........'. 52 .667 Philadelphia........ 81 61 .6Ilg Apperson Jack Babbit far from Medicine Hat appeared on the scene and won first money, a .prlzo of The cars "were started at Intervals American Philadelphia Cleveland Washington St Boston 18 Chicago 73 Detroit 62 St. Uiils New York V. I'.C. 00 49 .1548 S2 GO .57' ,571 65 .525 71 .60 80. .45 'il- -.36: 87' .871 53" 51 Newark riochcstc-r Buffalo Baltimore Montreal Providence International w. L. 02 .57 .61' 02' 74. .60 SI 77 73 73 78 S9 80. Toronto (5S Jersey City.......... 63 07 Horticulturist. -on out by eight seconds. Hamilton's time for the five mjles was 7 minutes 23 seconds. THREE LETHBRIDGE MEN PUNISHED case of the three offending members of the l.cthbridge force im- Venus was reduced to thi rank of constable, fined t25, and hi: dismissal Irom "the force was rccom mmtlfd. Constable Upham was fined ?2 and his dismissal from the force re plicated in the drunken row at Mac- leod last wceV was heard belorc As- Cuthbcrt and Superintendent Wilson. SI anil his dismissal was recommendec All thrw.will also haie lo undcrg terms bf.cbnrmeir.cnt at the Leth bridge barracks. Experience Is the beat an executor can have In administering an estate to the best advantage. Why noi take this Into considera- tion when appolntjng YOUR executor and trust the administration of your estate to 'a responsible Tnist Company with many years' txperionco? Booklet containing necessary InforniiUoa.regarding wills, will be mailed request. The TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Company, Limited Public Administrator and Official Assl itr Judiclil Dlitrlcl I.ETHBRIQOE, MACLSOD, CA1.0ARY, WETASKIWlN 820 Eighth Avenut A. Howard, Manager OF CANADA Are Yonr Cbfldren Learning to Save Money? Each maturing son and daughter should have a personal Savings Account in the LFnion Bank of Canada, with opportunities to save regularly, and training in how to expend money wisely. Such an education, in thrift and saving prove Invaluable in later life. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH LAKE BRANCH 0. R. TINNING, Manager A. B. KING, Actg Manager THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance or other: valuables ia one of these boxes rot. prmrHER ctrocuATioN Arnx TO uethbridge Branch T...Brymner, C. F. P. CON'YBBARE, Esq., K.C., President, J. M. AITKEN, Esq., Vice-Prssldent. DIRECTORS: John Homo, Esq. II. AV. Church, Esq. Dr. J. S. Stewart, 51.P.P. S. Ball, Esq.- Dr. W. S. Oalbraith. J. D. 0. II.' Miner, ".Vrn. Smith, Esq: You Can, Make Use of this Company To act as Eiecutor or Trustee of your o-sn Estate; or aa Ad' minlstrator ot any estate in which you 070 Interested. To Invest Your Funds Mortgages or Agreements for Sale; and to rnalie all collecflons on same to you. To take. Entire Charg6 of your Financial Affairs, and to came fyr-a LuaiiuiBHiyu. To Act as Treasurer'of Real Estate or other Syndicates, or ss Trustee in any matter where It Is necessary that conflicting Inter- ests be safeguarded. This is a fast growing Corporation which will as Urns goes on, to be of Inestimable: service to tho business nleo and people tit thla city and district; .and will In do much to- wards the up-building of Lethhrldge. financially. The British Canadian Trusts Company A Hcme Company Cftnvbeare Block Lethbridje, ;