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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1910 TIIE LET1II3RIDGE DAILY A new foil starched light weight tape smarter than it soft collar Admitted the best quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS.'. LIMITED MONTREAL "Billy" Works, who cinims (o be the middleweight boxing champion of the Norlhwnst, is going to try and conquer more territory, and on Saturday he left Vancouver for Tacoma ho will interview manager. "Biddy" Uishop regarding his proposed trip through the eastern mates. inU'iidK to take the North- ive-Eterii title liolder to Now York and n-fiich him ugainst some of the good boys bade there before trying to send "Billy" into the ring wiih any of the top-notclievs in the middleweight visloii. x Bishoj) thinks that he lias a cham- pion- in the making in Weeks and is trying lo arrange his affairs in Taco- ma so that he will bo able to make the trip east with the Vancouver "5 oxer. THAT INFIELD AH Shot to of Players Batting .300 Today] It was back in 1014 when baseball had one greatest infields in the game. Stuffy Mclnnis was the sacker, Eddie Collins the second- saekcr and Jack Barry tlie shortstop, Frank Baker held down the dif- ficult corner. The batter who could push a grounder through this quar- tette considered he earned his salary for the season. The Mcinnis-Collins- Baker-Carry combination was valued af, by Connie Mack and there isn't a magnate In the league wjio would not have paid out in back.-in 1014. for that field. They hitters and mar- vellous fielders. But a change came. Collins was sold for Baker quit the Athletics, and Barry was sold for We drift to this infield today and we find Mclimis bat- ting .1SS, Barry around .200, Eddie Collins below .250, and Baker cannot climb above the .270 mark. WHITE-WELSH FINISH BOUT NOW BEING PLANNED By Ed. W. Smith What would you think of u light- weight elmmjjionship battle, alons in (In; middle oC tlie whiter sonic lime, decided in the open air, in a salu- brious climate, under conditions thai jioviT iicfnrf" u-ere heard of, for an astonishing purse, both men in grand condition and the .usual other bunk': Let's say something alone; these linns: race track. Locution Twenty minutes' rido from Diego, Call., just across the Mexican border. Contestants. Fred Welsh, Ifjilit- wei.nht champion, and Charley White challenger. Chicago, 111. championship of the v.'orld. ounces aacli In weight, (ordinary jmnehinL' bat; mitts.) unlimited, tlio bout to go on until one man is thor- oughly beaten. be stationed outside the ring to watch for fouls only and not to be permitted to step inside tho man to take care of himself aa long as itu is able to do so. Taik is Interesting Sounds kind brutal, doesn't it'.' Well, it is, but that's Hit: kind of talk thai, lias been iho rounds ever since tlie Colorado Sijriuys bat- tlu ended in Hilly lioL-lie'i; decision in favor of welsh. Tlie talk has been more than bruial, and why not, now that the- lias been raised be- tween the men again. to it in the old caveman styly and. settle it. It's Huron Long's idea to have ..a real championship out of now that it started, tie is Koiny to inn he a bid t'or it, 1'or the Tijuana track, in '.vliicb lie and Jim Coffroth, noted 'Kriaco promoter, have controlling interest. Red Sox Look Like Champs Philadelphia NATIONAL Won so 73 Chicago..... PlUslmrg St. Louis Cincinnati 64 fill 78 7S AMERICAN Pet. I Wnn Boston S3 ,5SS Detroit......... .587 j Chicago......... 82 .540 New York....... 74 89 Boston Wins by Effective Hitting Boston, Sept. Boston defeated St. Louis G to 3 in the final game of the series; today by hard arid timely hitting. Egan led the attack with two doubles and a triple in four times at bat, while Maranville made a home run with two men on bases. features were furnished by ville, Collins and Smith. St. Louis 3 Boston Philadelphia 71 31 Lost 50 62 02 C7 71 71 (.9 Pet. .551 .525 .511 .507 .507 .221 Red Sox Look Like Champs Detroit, Sept. 10. Boston won from Detroit today 3 to 1 in tlie first game ot the series which is expected to go the American Detroit was un- far toward deciding league championship. able to hit Mays when men were wait- 'i? Ilg i ing to score. Dauss walked five men, iviaian- threg in the first inning_ Boston got Watson. Lotz and Gonzales; Ragan and Blackburn. Vaughn Gives but 3 Hits Philadelphia, Sept. Stolen bases and errors with some hits, was the combination which Rave. Chicago a victory over Philadelphia today, 2 to 0. Vaughn hold the home team down to three scattered hits. Chicago 28 0 Philadelphia 0 3 2 Vaughn arid Wilson; Alexander and KUlifor. Wheat Bats Another Homer Brooklyn, Sent. Reds made ilts off Pfeffer in every inning except j one run in the tirst. Shorten got hit, scored on Lewis' single to centre. Cobb prevented Boston scoring in .the fifth. He ran almost in to second base to iualcc a sensational shoe-string catch of Lewis' liner, and then doubled Hoblitzel, who had singled, at first. After this play Gardner singled to centre, but was forced by Scott. De- troit tied the score in their half ol the fifth, Crawford singling lo centre, ad- vancing to second when Janvrin threw out Heilman, and scored on Burns' sizzling liner over Scott's head. Stan- age fanned and Burns was caught oft second, retiring the aide. Boston took the lead in the seventh. Shorten doubled down the right field foul line and took third on Hoblitzel'a sacrifice. PAGE THREE (CONTINUED KKOM ffiwK't PAGE) potentialities are great and a aaiie for- ward policy of industrial development will ensure to our people and those wjio conic after us a reasonably ineas- siiro of prosperity. Tlie to Mr. lirewstur, who, by the way to a re- markaule extent, 1ms the confidence of the people of the province, its u call lo public service, not political time- serving expedients. Tin; late govern- ment looked after the interests of the section of tho people who llioisy daring to oppose to an extent tliat the people outside this province can scarcely appreciate. The now gov- ernment will, I am sure, rmtKime its trusteeship to ali. The order, I believe is changing, giving place to new ideals o[ public service. The soldiers' poll is yet to be beard from but it wiil only increase the ma- jorities If honestly counted. Tliu sen- liment, adverse to the government, among those who are so gallantly, either actively lighting or preparing to light to maintain the integrity of the empire, is as strong as it was shown to bis among the civilian population. It was taken under c-uiidiLions, leaving the doors wide open t'or man- pulation, but no manipulation can change the general result. It not be tolerated by the jieopie of Brit- Columbia. They arc; in no mood to submit to further political chican- ery. mm in (CONTINUED FROM FKOXT PAGE) dance. About one o'clock he went to his boarding house at Mrs. Stancole's, but when he stooped over to take oft' his shoes he became sick, and outside. Then he decided to go over to Silivro's house nearby to get some- thing to settle his stomach. He went across, and wont in, but had not taken two steps into, the room before some- tine hit him over the head and that was the last he remembered until he voice up the next evening in a ward in the hospital. He had no quarrel with Silivro, ho The gun in the be- longed to Mrs. Silivro. She se- cured it from Brower after working there last year, and after she had had went to second on an infield out, andja quarrel husband. He had Did Your Lunch Digest Properly? Try Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets After Meals and Never Fear to Eat Anything You Like Send for Free Trial Package It is remarkable in effect that so Email a factor as a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet takes care of a whole meal. It plainly shows how little is required t.IC seventh today, but threw away Lewis filed to Cobb and Shorten seor- tliclr chance to score by reckless base etl after the catch. Gardner singled running Brooklyn made it three out and was out stealing second. Baker of four in the series -by winning 3 to went In to catch for Detroit, starting 1 Meyers threw out four runners [the eighth inning. Boston increased who tried to steal second. In the GLhJite lead in the eighth. With two out. Wheat drove the ball over the right! Maya singled to right and scored when Held wall for a homer with one man Hooper's drive went over Cobb's head triple. Janvrin then fouled to on, sewing the Cincinnati Brooklyn 12 7 for Baker. In the Detroit halt of the 0 eighth Dauss was taken out to let Schuitz, Mo'seiey and Huhn; Pfeffer i Harper bat for him, James went in to Detroit replaced James walked two men, with one out, Riling the bases. Boston Detroit.............. Mays and Thomas: Dauss, and Meyers. New York Wins 14 Straight New York, Sept. York brought its .winning streak to 14 straight victories here today by win- ning a double header from'Pittsburg by scores of 8 to 2 and 5 to 1. New Belaud and Stanage, Baker. York had little trouble in hitting I Pittsburgh young pitchers. Benton and Tesreau were effective. Pittsbnrg.............. 2 5 2 New York............ 10 Jacobs and Fischer; Benton Rariden. Second Pittsburg'............' 1 7 2 Kew York............ 5 .12 0 11 0 '9 2 James, Game Goes 15 Innlngy St. Louis, Sept. taken it from her and had kept it for three or four months, but about April 10th last she had asked to have it back and he had given it to her. As to his relations with Mrs. Silivro accused stated that after her husband left her last October she had lived with her sister for a while, and while there used to sell beer. Then she had gone to the house on find Avenue, anrt falling ill she had asked him to get someone to help take care of her and the children. He could get no one, and went himself, often remain- ing all night and living in the relation of husband and wife with Mrs. Silivro. In the cross examination he stated that Nick Johnston was drunk on the" Sunday when it was stated he, Lom- had made threats about clean- i ing up the Silivro family. He never I remembered making such threats. He j also declared that he had never own- ed a revolver except one he had in 1913, and that was taken from him tby the police. Mrs. Stancole, on flip, stand for the prosecution, stated that Lombard! came home on the night in question about one o'clock. He was drunk. He It keeps the tongue and lips moist soothes the throat relieves the strain of over-taxed muscles. On in halls or at banquet boards it limbers up the vocal chords. Carry it with you and nibble a bit to keep you as fit as a 10. f A boon to it makes the next pipe or cigat. taste bett6r> Write Win. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Building, the Sprightly Spearmen's Mother Goose book. Two tSelisi flavors if after every meat in Canada C46 'Seated tight Kept'right later went out and she had not seen him again until yesterday ii; court. This evidence closed the case and at 11.20 the defence counsel address to the jury commenced. Tuesday Afternoon Session Tuesday afternoon's session in the Lombard attempted mufder case, was a continuation of the examination throw of the crown witnesses. Court ad- journed about 4.30 owing to the ab- h h d diby Austin in the ibth allowed Mageqjtdl both Tj0mbardi .and siHvro on i to score from second with the r.un that gave New York a 4 to 3 victory over ijl. Louis today. It was the visit- ors' first victory hero this season. In Digested" Is One Way Dys- pepsia Tablets.1' keef> the stomach in good order provided that little is exactly what 1he stomach must have. There are food experts who say we may exist on three prunes and a hard cracker for breakfast, but who cares to .sub- stitute the toothsome sausage or the appetizing bacon .and eggs for a prune? Once you learn the remarkable ac- tion of .Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets in digcstingvfood. preventing and over- coming gasainess, heartburn, sour risings, Inmji in your throat, gagging end the other distresses oE indiges- tion you will cat what you want at' any time without the .slightest dis- tress. Got a SO cent box at any drug store and ton safe against' the trials and perils of dyspepsia. Send for a free trial 'package as a test. The cou- pon below 'will bring it. Free Trial Coripon F, A. Stuart Stuart Mich- Send me at once ;by return mail, a free trial pack- age of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. Name........................... Street CHy............ State Evans and W. Wagner; Tesreau and McCarty. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 6; Columbus 7. Minneapolis 15; Toledo 10. Kansas City 4; Louisville 7. Milwaukee 4; Indianapolis 11. PACIFIC COAST Portland 3; Oakland 2. San Francisco 0; Los Angeles 1. Vernon 12; Salt Lake 0. DIAMOND DUST Evers is helping Stallings direct the Braves from the bench. He is not in the line-up. Duffy Lewis. Red Sox left fielder, got four hits in four, times up off the Chicago pitchers Monday. Tyler-is still doing.some good work on tho mound for the Braves. He held St. Louis'to three hits on.Mon- day. Zack Wheat, who hit safely in 29 consecutive games and blew in the 'Ho 15th, after two were out Magee doubled and Keiulrix hit to Austin, whose low throw to first let Magee score. New York 4 12 1 St. Louis 3 11 4 Cullop, Shawkey and Walters; Da- venport, Koob and Hartley. Poor Pitching Gives Senators Game Cleveland. Sept. pitching gave Washington a 9 to G victory over Cleveland. Ba'jjby was ineffective in the first inning, while ragged work by Morton and Beebe in the seventh add- ed six runs to the visitors' score. Washington........... 9 11 3 Cleveland.............6 12 3 Gallia and Williams; Bagby, Mor- ton, Beebe and Deberry, O'Neill. have done Witness Witness didn't explain what lie Who .looked after you? Mrs. Peppin- meant by the statement.. j as a matter of fact, didn't wife own an automatic revolver? No. Did you ever see her with one? Pinch Hitters Defeat Athletics Chicago, Sept. corps of pinch hitters mustered into the game in the ninth inning by Manager Rowland nabled Chicago to defeat Philartel- hia 5 to i In the first game of the series, and keep pace with the leaders. Today's victory leaves Chicago still one and fl.'half games behind the world's champipns and half a game behind Detroit, because Boston de- feated the Tigers. Weaver's fielding was a feature. Philadelphia on Chicago Nabors, Sheehan and Haley; BenK, Danforth and Lynn. 30th, is again, hitting the pill, pickled against CJucinimti Monday, arid hit a homer with a man on in yesterday's game.- Theae young bushers going up into the maJOi's are showing the big fel-______ __.._. _.. __._ a line of speed.: Ehmke for tie- American baseball team, in beating troft won his first two starts, and now the Canadian nine on Saturday, so- Claude Thomas, a recruit from Dea cured absolute possession of the Moines of the Western league, goes Jones cup, having won two of the n for Washington and blanks St. scries of throe games played for the Louis, letting them down with two) benefit of Westcliff and district mill- hits. OLD.LUNNON_ SEES BASEBALL London, Sept. jtnry hospitals. the night of the assault. On resumption court the cross examination of Reuben Silivro was proceeded with. Silivro told the tie- tails of the scrap in his kitchen on the night of April 24th, going over every phase of the battle with R. A. Smith for the defense. He told of breaking a lartrn lump of noal and then a hammer over Lombardi's head be- fore the latter quit. "When you got through with Tony shots were fired she said, three of tight in the kitchen was over she bit Lombardi's finger to make him let go the revolver. .Then she had sum- moned Dr. Galbraith. She said she had often seen Lombard! with the same gun before. Cross Examination The cross examination then com- menced. How long have you been married? Six years. How long have you lived with your husband? AH the time but three monihs. When was that? At the beginning of this year when my husband was away at Druinheller. Who .were you living witli? With ray sister, Mary Zadoni. How long? About a month. After that, where? Ou Second Ave. Hardieville.: Why did you'leave Zadoai's plnce? She was keeping boarders. After you iet't your sister's were you Yes. you thought he was asked, defense counsel. "No. But if 1 had sick? known then what i know today I would Did to a doctor? Yes. worse." Did :he give you medicine? Yes. Yes. Many times, seven or eight times. p.uring the last year? A long time ago. Witness later changed his state" meat-stating that he had never seen his wife with a revolver, stating that he thought it was Lombard i that was meant when the question was asked. I'm putting it counsel, that the More Man-Power the. Job is wanted' in every, factory, in every store, in every office. Man- power comes from nourishing food that is rich in muscle- making material Shredcl.ed Wheat Biscuit contains all to you, said defense] the body building material in ore was no shooting' t t 1 uuuusei, -iiun, m was no soi t t 1 done until you inU Lombard! down the whole wheat gram m a and was hitting a. hammer, digestible form. A man's food for a man's job Serve Will you'lnvear 'that "your 'wife did' With milk Of Cream or with sliced or other fruits. That is not right, declared witness. Wife Didn't Shoot Him not have the revolver and use it on you? My wife doesn't shoot a revol- ver.- Witness was then excused and Mrs. Silivro called'. She talked pretty fair English services of the in- terpreter were dispensed with. She told of the of Tony, of Ills shooting .a shot outside tho to them: "Come outside and I'll cat your Then she told .of his getting .into the. house through a window and oncoming to door of the room where she and1 lier husband of the scuffle to open the door and the shooting. Six Made in Canada No Improper. Relations During that time did yo.u have any- thing to do with Tony No Didn't Tony come often to see you at Mary Zadoul's. Sometimes. Did he ever have improper rela-' tions with you at Mary Zador.i's? No chance. When you were living at Second Ave. didn't he stay with you a week at a time? No. Did he give you money? No. Did he come to your to get beer? No., When my husband was home we had beer; when he was not at home we had no beer. You used-to sell it to your No. Never Sold Beer Mrs. Silivro declared she had never sold 'beer and made a profit of six or seven cents a bottle on It. Did you ever have any tro.uble with your husband? Once, last summer. He hit me in the eye You tried to get away across the line within the Past six weeks? Yes. Why? I couldn't get along very well with my husband since the trouble with LomhardE. My husband thought I had something-to.do with AVhat did he say to you about Lom- bardi? He kept asking me about the case. Did yon ever work for Mr. Browei Yes. Did you ever get an automatic re- volver from him as part payment? No chance. I never had a guil, Italian Witnscc Khaki Nick Johnston, who was one of.tho Easter Monday party at Silivro's house was the next witness. He is now a member of the 191st in the-witness box in khaki. He is an Italian but talks fair English. He told-of "meeting on. the Sun- day previous to the shooting.and of threatening remarks made by accused, on that occasion. Sergt. Reames of the Mounted Po- lice who went to the scene of the scrap told of wUM he had seen there. Ho had taken the revolver into his possession and. also a .clip for the gun in which there were seven cart- ridges ready for bysiness. This was found under Lombard! when he was picked ,up. His brought out no new evidence, it being .wholly cf a. nature. Before adjournment, R. A. Smith for the. defense, called 'the attention of the court to the fact that the Her- ald had on Monday printed In con- nection with-the case the. fact thai Lombard! had served--a'- term on a charge of attempted murder. He thought it might influence the jury. His Lordship said It was not the right thing to do. The jury was not locked up over night as is usual in impbiiaiil cases, both counsel being satisfied if the members of the jury were warned-not to talk to outsiders about the case nor to read the papers. Mrs. Silivro, who has been under bonds to appear as "witness in thia case, following her effort to cross in- to the United States, was released: from bond. PERSONAtS. Well-known Women. Chatham, I was sick for___ four very weak, could no? eat to amount tc anything. I got very thin .and'had no strength, at I was very much discouraged, at I was never going to get could not walk .a block without fed- ing til tired-out I took different medicines but did not gefc tbft help I needed. A friend of mine advised me to fry Dr. Piercc's Fay? trite Prescription. .1 began to take it with the 'Pleasant Pellets' and by 'the tiuio I had taken two bottles I was-well oa the roid to recovery, and m, BIX I was entirely well My appeUte cime back and I gamed in flesh Now T am as trong anJ healthy as any one could wish to be I owt it all to Dr Pierce's med- icines and I am giad of the opportunity: to give testimony in favor, they have done wonders for TUELMA PASKCH, 141 E. King St. Chatham, hare taken Dr. Pierce's mcdicmt with good results I iras weak ind run down. Tost mv appetitfl and got very tbau I took Favorite and 'Pleasant Pellets' arid these two medicines bailt me up m a Tory short space of time so that I felt as well as ever I Jound them to be all that a recommended of tnem, inry are good MBS Wsi WFESE, Cor Taylor Grand (Vve, E, Chatham, Ont Every woman who has backache, head- ache, low spirits, sleepless mghta, owes it f to herself to speedily overcome the t j before a breakdown causes Dr Pierce'a Favorite Prescription I nonalcoholic remedy that any ailb woman ctn safely take because it pared from loots and tlycenne, containing tome ;