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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD BASEBALL BIHSIUHK NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn Boston 81. Urals Cincinnati Chicago rittsburs; New S'ork Pet. .S70 .586 Saturday Games 6t. Loui Rudolph, Bnrne 9 1 and Oowdy; Grin er, Perdue, Niehnus and Syniler, tHoche. Second same: iliostou................ ll l( St. Louis................' Dasan and Gowdy; Sallee nnd Sny- dcr. Jvew York.............. I'lltBbnrg.............. 8 Mathewson, Schaiser and Wendell; [Adams. JIumaux and Gibson. Second game: New York.............. 1J L Tesreau and Dooin; Kantlcliner anil Gibson. Brooklyn............... J- Chicago............... h Coombs and -Miller; Adams and Ar- fchor. Philadelphia...........- J J u Mayer and Burns; Dale, Lear and Wingo. Now York, Resta, winm.- N.Y., Sept. nf this year's Vander- bill Cup and Grand Prix uutomoblle ruccs, drove Ills cur over the now two- nillo track at Sheenshead May today for ten miles in 6.324.5' an estimated speed o[ 108.03 miles. The car had a displacement of inehes, and tho official time was aunouncod a.s a woild'H record for a cur of thi.i :uuu liis UK from 10 m OCT. 9 10 CHALLENGE Calsarv, Wept 3d. By (Meatim John Berg in the horse show liuilu- n'iKlit1hcl'orc'uil aiiiNi'iits'V 5011 pco-, I'raycr for- the protection of tlic mm- 1 ul" He'- T-ivlor retained Hie heavy- works, and for tlie furtherance of I Wi'i'l'il vrcs'tliii" church At the con- It'-inad-i Tl-e i-oiift'Sl was one of tin-. elusion lie was prcseiitoil willi tlir l-i Tl-e ron'St was on o e'xhihiliims of wrestling ever i l-inns by three little Kirfs. The apostle PAGE THREI3 llnelian.-in, 51.V., who spoke alone pat- riotic linos. The principal, speaker of tho ses- sion was Apostle David 0. MsKay, who ojionot! his address with a lirlKlil remarkB and Ifcen launched into an eloquent and forceful talk on, "Wliat UK; templo stands for." He spoko of the fatherhood and attributes .ol" God, and (juoted the weri-knowu an inspired and eloquent appeal lit .Mormon doctrine, "Aa man IH God onco was: God Is, man may become." Other speakers were: President H. S. Allen Allen of Raymond; John Hmiih rendered a beautiful baas Apostle Speaks ApOHtU; David O. .McKuy UJH by extending a sroetl the church presidency to the In laying the stono he lined a silver I rowel presented to President Suiltli from a WinnipCR member, which will be suilably engraved, lie then utter calib Som weeks ago at Chicago Itcsta i; Sunday Games Boston rSolpil a'niTGoViiy 'and Whaling Schneider and Clarke. New York Chicago l Slroud, Bcnton and Schang lihries and Archer. Philadelphia St.. Louis Alexander and Bums nnrt Snydcr. Second Philadelphia 0 St. Louis 1 Chalmers and Burns; Ames Snytler. 111 J 4 2 Hum- 1 0 and covered the first ton miles of a race In 5.5B.T, so that he bettered this record today by nearly 2iJ seconds lister time has been made by O'id- 'ield and Lester, but H was exniainec today by some of the track officials hat this greater speed was obtained )y cars of over 700 eubie inches dls- ilacement. Hesta, with his mechanician, Fretl McCarthy, made the trial against lime today as a feature of tho Informal op- ening of the new speedway, over which the race for the Astor Cup will bo held on October '2. The car used today will compete in this event, which -will be. confined to auto, nobiles with a displacement not ex. deeding 300 cubic inches. Following is the official time given for the five two-mile First lap, 1.00 L'-ii; second, 2.13VS; ilrii, :i.iU'i-5; fourth, 4.26 M, and 3.M2 4-5. Two Records for Burman Providence, fi.L, Sept. records for automobile speeding over a mile circular concrete track were nade at Narragonsett Park speedway m one mile nnd 100 mile events to- day. Bob Burmau drove around the circuit once in 45.71; seconds, and Ed- die Elckenbacker did 100 miles in 1 hour 23 minute 14.74 seconds. Burmau's time was made in a icne drive. Rickenbackcr won. with 18 other drivers. He lost three miles by engii'e trouble, but his da-ins driving nut him a mile ahead of the field at the finish. Hill-man gained second money in the J10.000 distribution for this race. Willie Haupt was third, and Ralph Do Palma fourth. Bnrman won a 25-mile race in 21 minutes SMO, two seconds ahead or De Palma. AMERICAN Boston...... Detroit........ jChicago........ Washington Kew York...... St. Louis...... I Cleveland j-'hiladclphia W 91 91 80 75 45 49 58 Gl 73 79 S5 Pot. .MS .660 Saturday Games Boston .551 .455 .424 -3SO 0 _........ 1 Covaleskl and Stannge; Shore and Cady. 1" 5 Phlladtlphia............ f 13 Klepfer. James, Brenton, Coumbe and O'Neill; Morrisette and Lapp. Second game: Cleveland............... S S 0 (Philadelphia............ 1 44 Coum.be and Egan: -Vfesver and Lapp. Chicago 7 7 1 York'.............. 37 2 llenz and Schalk; Vance, Pieb, Mer- Ikle and Alexander. Second game: Chicago............... -t K Kew York 1 .Russell and Schalk; Tip- ple and Krueger. St. Louis......' I' 0 Washington...... 1 G 3 Phillilis. Weilman and Leary; Oallia and Honry. Cincinnati, Sept. 3U.-AuguBl Hcrt-, league through its president. .lames maun, chairman oi the. National Ha so j fiilmore, yesterday addressed a ball Commission, in a statement last! the National said the world's series would! probably start Saturday, October. .Mr. Herrmann said IMt tl'i- pionsliip season in- the east does not close until October 7, and it is the world's series partifipati lilli. llasehall the The executive of the independent or- ciosc mini uciom-i i, ,uiu RalU7.ation requests a series between custom to Kivc the contemHns; teams! the winner oi the I-edrral leaKiic pcn- dav to get readv for the biB event. ant and the winner 01 lie scries be- Federals' Challenge New York, Sept. Federal twccil the National league contenders. u in Western Canada, lii'i'K making Taylor work for fiS minuU's before .lack secured his lirsl fall, usillK high-body scissors and a shoulder roll in doing' so. The SK'onil fall conn..... a liugi' surprise to the small hod) fans win; had br.ived beld up lor the view of the public the Jack, the Knsiiiii and thy Hairs and Sli-iiius. amidst the applause ,of the entbusiastii- spectators. The session was adjourned niitil 2 jflp.ni. by KiiliilUK "Wi; Thank Thee, O btorni and by benediction by I'alri- st'C the mill, as (hey had just nicely arch liibb of .Magrath. settled for another when Tlu> tabernacle was a the hie v'amn-k rusheil his opponent ;it 2 p. clean oil iiis and pinned gilvc aru i he liar linal! ain filled to President Wood brief opening address, which tvas to'iiowed by a speech from A. berta. solo; Bert Cure a tenor solo, and tho choir gave several appropriate an- thems. The special train 1efl at 5.30, with must of the visitors or. board. It is sate to say that barring a few of Hie conferences which have been liel'J in Cnrdston, that, tbo town has never bad a larger number of visitors than wore present today. It goes to show the enthusiasm and religious feelings which are hold by the Mormons or Al- On .Saturday, ycptemher the 25th, the Lethbridge Tennis flub is holding an American tournament open to.ev- lub to cd of niixei. be j esp'c'c'ialfy "'exert then.selvcs in send- over to those in charge oi the i ing in their entries with as little de- fete. which is being held in connection (ay as possible. The entrance ice of with the Tobacco Fund. A tournament of this naturj splendid afternoon's sport, as the tennis courts are in good condition and handsome pri7.es will he given to the lady and gentleman winning the tournament ami also to the runners up. All entries should be sent In not later than Wednesday evening, the 21st inst., to A. G. Oliver, No. 3 Slrathcona Court, telephone. 1885. In order that there may be no doubt as to the method of carrying out a tournament of this kind, it has been Second game Buffalo Chicago Scimltz and' Allen licConncll and Wilson. Baltimore .....I2 30 3 HaiLimon. 011 i St Louis J li Johnson, Young, Conley, Lcclair ami Owens and Russell Davenport, Crandall, Plank.and Chapman. (12 Newark Kansas City Kaiserling and Kuhn Easterly. Second same- Newark 6 Kansas City Moran, Moseley ami Kuhn ard, Adams and Brown. -1 5 0 0 3 St Meaning and Pack- INTERNATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES FEDERAL TUttsburg Chicago St. Louis Newark Kansas City Buffalo Brooklyn Baltimore 77 76 76 72 70 72 70 45 ,L fiO 64 W 86 Ii9 73 95 Pet. Providence Toronto Second .providence Toronto (Seven Richmond Montreal Second Richmond Montreal...... (Seven Harrisburg Rochester First game- Jersey City- Buffalo Second game- Jersey City Buffalo 12 11 j 0 to Both men looked to ill I lie pink of condition and ready to stand a good gruelling. HerK, though by no. means a small man, looked small alongside his more youthful oppon-; cut, Taylor having .13 pounds m weight and three inches in height on the challenger. thought advisable to-give, a brie! de- scription in tomorrow's paper of the j principal points in connection with l i-ouLiiumuni uu or gentleman tennis player! an event oi this kind. I The Lethbridge Tennis Club ery lady The cvnits will be entirely compos-j unit has done yet i" a patri- ml> I mill, llao uwi.............n r- JS doubles and an entry fre otic way and the coinmittci: urge all mil swms m this district, ttlieai charged to all those I members and the clu Hiichaul, Sept. 25'c. must be paid to the secretary offers i before any player is allowed cu the courts. It is frequently said that the Leth- cluh has been, since its yielding from twenty-live bushels per acre. This is a lively little spot davs as the farmers are busy hauling grain. A number of them are hauling direct to the elevator from the ma- chiiie. Insist on This Label when you buy roofing B Roofing quality cannot be determined in advance g by any kind of no matter how scientific, and U, in order to protect you from taking riiki label of quality to every roll of our. hiehe.t quality Roofing, giving the a definite guaranteed backed by Hie largeit RoofinE and Building Paper MilU in the World. You get Ihw i -TmF' label only When you buy Certain-teed Roofing foruit'C ciui) iius iKciit him-t i La in- ccptior, one of the best managed lor ganizatiolis in the, city, and as other tennis clubs are on'ering co-operation, the hope that the members of this club will do all in their power to sustain the reputa- tion oi tlic Lethbridge Tennis club. The slogan of the tournament is "Fight or Hay." Pioneer Lumber Co. is kept nu- Innriing farm wagons with Miuvy cheap roofings bear labels iliac were formerly put on better nianufact- urers and some jobbers cannot meet keen com- petition. cut the qual- >ii.v. but use tile sniui: laud. Such labels cfieit mean little or are misleading. guaranteed 5 yean 2-ply guaranteed 10 3-ply guaranteed 15 Ceriain-igcJRoonnghas made good on the roof for 1 many years. Kve'rj'iifth roll of Routine m.idein tlic IJIliletl States and Can lake the the I The sad news came to Enchant their I that Albert Quick had his back brok- lie is well known here. He was working in a garage in North Dakota when the accident occurred. We all hope to hear oi his recovery. Mr Knlidson has purchased the lar- mers' hall anil will remodel it into a dwelling house. Our new buyer for the Ogilvie ele- vator, Mr. Cook, has moved his wile and familv to town. New York, Sept. Interna- tional baseball league ended its sea- son Saturday, the pennant going to Buffalo after one of the closest fin- ishes in years. The championship was Minneapolis, Sept. llinneapcUs I not definitely decided until yesterday Koolim' nnd sell it at prices that i _........ mcrlychirrcn! for roofink-aof lower nuallly. CtrMln-neil producU aid In- your local dealer, lie sure you set the label. General Roofing Manufacturing Company. jroi-Icra largest of Kooflw ami llr.lldiw PKUd.lpHi. SI.L..U CU.cU.J PHtaiirik D.lr.il ,Citr Seittlt AtlwU HotMlon Loodom cinched the rn.nn.mt I when BuBalo won by taking Association pennant, Q[ a the ,____, ...jt two 'games to Toronto. Two teams at the finish were separ- ated by but little-over a game. Providence assumed the lead early Saturday by defeating Cleveland a to i 4, -while St. Paul was losing to In- pions, lost dianapolis. The home team could have lost both games of Saturday's clos- ing double-header and let St. Paul win two and still win the pennant. The pennant snatching was regard- ed Inrally as a personal triumph for the veteran manager, Joe Cantillon. Winding up his sixth season as man- ager of the local team Cantillon has a record of four pennants, one second- anil one seventh placed in the season and held it uiitil the middle oi this week when Buffalo forged ahead. The Buffalo team was this year by Patsy Donovan, foriniir'- scout 'for Boston Americans; on.c3 manager of Brooklyn. J'.tst before the season opened the Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lothbrldge Floor, Hull Block. Cranbrook, B. Sept. Windermere District Fair closed on Thursday evening. During the whole I time of the exhibition most excellent i weather prevailed, the attendance, ialists acting on behalf of the pro- vincial government, bad a difficult task before them, but gave the most perfect satisfaction. The number of entries ran into the hundreds ami were most creditable, .especially in regard to vegetables, fodder and fruits. Charles LeDukc came heiore Judge Thompson this morning; and elected i Baltimore club was moied to 9 13 10 11 S 11- 522 .519 AM. ASSOCIATION7 SATURDAY GAMES jlihvaukee...... 1 5 Louisville 36 Kansas City-Columbus, both games postponed, rain. St. Paul Indianapolis Cleveland Minneapolis SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland Minneapolis Second Cleveland Minneapolis Kansas City Ctl.umbus Milwaukee Louisville Second Milwaukee Louisville St.'Paul Indianapolis Second St. Paul Saturday Gamee Buffalo i............. t 2 Chicago......... 1 G Bedient and Allen; Frendorgast, SilcConncll and Wilson. Ilaltimore.............. 2 Plttsburg............... 5 S 2 Qulnn, Suggs and Owens; Com- etoek and Berry. Second 6 1 Pittstairg.......... 6 3 1 Young. I31acK and lUisaei'i; Knctzcr Berry. 3 10 s niuejacket'and-Land: Watson, Uav- i enport, Plank and Chapman. Second Brooklyn............... 2 7 0 St. Louis............... 5 S 1 Called: Darkness. Pinnernn, and E.Smlth; Wat- Ion, Plank and Chapman. Xewark n 3 Kansas City...... (i !l 3 Soaton, Kaiaeillng, Alosely am! Rar- Iden; .folmsoh, Henning and Easterly. Second game: Kewark I -I 1 City......... 0 2 2 ilbach ami Rarlden, Huhn; Cul- nd Kasterly, Hrown. Sunday Games' v 3' 8 1 Vancouver.'.-.......; 1 Tacomn Hml Blair and ._. _ Allen Brown and Wilson.' 3 Tacoma r. 13 ton Rod Sox todav strengthened their claim to American league leadership Final standing Buffalo Providence Toronto Rochester Montreal Harrisburg ___ Richmond .372 Jersey City W. 87 85 72 IJB (18 61 L. 50 53 fi- ns 76 82 85 Pet. .633 .1116 .518 .500 .-197 .-125 .414 .375 Kjfor a'jury triaL LeDukc is the man Rummer j from _tta city by the owners irantn, pouitry association held their regular meeting at the city hall Friday evening. A large number turned out. Arrangements will lie made for the purchase of a nimiher oi metal coops .for the forth- f coming winter show, which will be held the first- week in December. Fred Ryckmau appointed show secre- tary and A. H. Smith was named as show superintendent. Thy association passed a resolution asking the Domin- ion government to draft a new Eygs An Opportunity To Buy FARM WAGGONS At Exceptionally Low Prices Molinc cast; 40x48 whtelt at Moline cast; 44x52 wheels at............--- New Deal oast; 44x52 at New Deal oaat; 44x52 wheels at............... New Deal Truck cast; at........ New Deal Truck cait; 34x40 wheel, at....... Above prices are for Geari. Grair, Boxes, capacity 15D bushels...................... Grain Boxes, capacity 125 bushels New Deal Boxes, Moline Boxes, COMPLETE JOHN DEERE LINES IN STOCK 90.00 80.00 75.00 75.00 65.00 40.00 28.00 35.00 THOS. QUINN John Deere Avenue, Lethbridge. u contest of onl in a crowd of persons, same was considered one of the most memorable ever played. j Iiv their effort to pull dowu the Red Sox' team, the tigers carried a pow- erful offensive almost, arouml the bases. 'But time after time, they were thwarted by a phenomenal defence. During the eai'ly part of the game, the play was for the most iiart in the in- ner field, but later the balls were sent up to the standing crowd, making It necessary for Speaker on one occa- sion to shoulder bis way through the throng to catch Cobb's hard drive. Marks Act. Temple Corner- stone Laid (C'OXTJXUED FROM FllOST PAGE) ti. Contest Ol OQlv uue inn, n- i.v replete with situations that called out Hooper was almost on the toes of the the best tactics, offensive and defen- crowd in the next inning, the tenth, Ijslvo, of both teams, and included sunn; 1 i remarkable fielding. With its setthiB drive. he pulled down .Crawford's Indianapolis 3 2 NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES 7 Vancouver Seal 7 Spokane SUNDAY real shaving relief! HERE'S a way to end "razor "after sting" and all other shaving nuisances. Use this new and entire- ly different Shuving Cream. It' results In quicker, cooler, easier shave with no bite tnd sting vtUchcd. this by this novel test. Shave one side of your face with Mennen's and the other side with the pre- paration you now use. See what different results you get. Send lOc for trial tube and can of Talcum Send IDc with your name iddreiR. We will cnmil yon a medium r.fzcd tube nf Mer.nen'a and also ii nmall tin of Mennon'9 Talcum for Mcn'-cood for after shavlnft be- thin out and send it to JOL MsCaul St., Toronto. ime oes n H. F. Ritchie A Der: r-p stake 'y-esides photos ol" some of tlic officials oC Salt Lake City, military offi- cers. Various were aiso inserted, and copies of the old "Pio- tiirestitic Cards the first edition of tho Cards ton Globe, and uiany coins of-various kinds. The -President, after en 11 hi crating the above, led the audience, in recit- ing in chorus with the 'waving of handkerchiefs: "Clod our tem- ple; God bless our builders; God bicsa our church: God bless all neo- r-lo: God bless Canada; God bless tlip. British God Bless and Save Our J. F. .Layne led in. sing- iiWthe National Anthem, after which the audience chorused "Hosanna, Hosanna, Amen and We Are Still In The Ring! AND GOING STRONGER THAN EVER. D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 402 6th Street South. Licensed Bonded Ship Your Grain To Us For Careful Attention PROMPT RETURNS LIBERAL ADVANCES Consignments given'special attention grading checked, carefully FOR BEST RESULTS TRY John Billings Co., Ltd. Head Office, Alberta 5th St. S., Lethbridge. Members Winnipeg and Cals.'n train Exchanges Consign Your Grain'to Parrish and Heimbecker Limited FORT VYILUAM. The Pioneer Grain Firm of the Represented J Ernest A. Sharman 1173; RESIPENSE 530. Harvesting Requirements (iatei-innii Grain Lifters (For lodged or down grain) Taggart Portable Grain Elevators Minneapolis Threshing Machines x Gasoline Engines Binder Tnlne and Sucks The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. _ I E. A. SHARMAN, Mar. ;