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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY. SKPTKMBKH 21. I91fi LETHBniDGE HERALD PAGE THREE an BRETON ARROW COLLAR POINTS WORN FLAT OR ROLLED OUTWARD fcCo., INC. MONTREAL IE Kninl; MulHell, of this city. IP prepared to box any -welter- In the province at 152 pounds! Young Hoasi preferred. Challenges sent in cure of the Sportiufi Kdilor of the Herald will reach Mitntell promptly. BASKETBALL AT Y TONIGHT The Dodgers will meet tho n. X. in the second game of the season at S.ItO tonight. No admission fee. Tlie line-up will be as follows: Dodgers p. Dunsworth..Centre..M. Dtinswortl BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Won 84 83 7K 74 .441 AMERICAN Won UOBton Chicago Detroit New York St. Cleveland Brooklyn Philadelphia UoBton....... N'IIW York I'lltuburg Chicago......... ut tin S3 -'120 Washington .m Philadelphia New York Wins the 15th New York, Sopl. York won its 15th straight victory Here to- day, the home team defeating Chicago in the lirst game of Hie series by a score of 4 to 2. Schupp. who shut out Pitlsburg on Monday, came back with one day's real and held Chicago to six hits and one earned run. Lout, 59 11 31 110 Pot. .684 .S72 .669 .321 .514 .511 .50S .220 W. Murray. .R. Forward.. .Ii.' Tallinn with St. Louis today 4 to by makitiB Morgan's Errors Give Game Away Cleveland. Sept. er- rors allowed .Cleveland to score two of Its runs and defeat Washington lo 2 loday. A throw by Uraney to the plate, doubling Smith In the eighth inning, prevented Washington from I tying the score. Washington........ 2 fj G York............ t Ayers and Williams; Boehling and Lavender. Hendrix and Wilson; Schupp anil JlcCarty. The Leaders Win Another Brooklyn. Sept. Ilrooklyns the first game of the final scries A FINE POLO PLAYER Edmonton, Sept. Krnesl ferrlB, formerly of Owen Sound, Out., and a pro. mlnent business umn of Kil- monton, Imn killed In ac- tion, according to advices re- cnived by his mother, lit: was luiown as one of the liest polo playnrs 111 Alberta. socntive victory of tin- serins. The score 4 to 3. iienricksou's single in the eighth, scoring Scott, won the gaino for Hoston.' Kxcepl In the snc- ond inniUK. wlien two iiostou errors helped Detroit to score three runs. LeomurJ'was Hoston 4 S 2 Detroit s Leonard and Carriyuii, Thora.'m; Ehhilcc anil Slanaiie. Chicago Into Second Place Chicago, Sept. Chicago went in- to second place today by defeating Philadelphia 8 to 7 while Boston won imtmtt. The locals bunched hits oft' Johnson in the first inning for three runs and continued the bom- bardment off Seilboid's delivery, but they coulil do nothing with Farham's curves. Philadelphia hit Russell hard but Danforth, who relieved him. held the visitors safe. A. Kane..'... L. Forward....: C. .lones C. McKilIop...H. tlnard----G. Mclvor J. Camphell...L. Guard.....F. hits while the St. Louis Deberry. O'Neill. Detroit Down to Third Detroit. Sept. chances of winning the American league baae- ball pennant lessened perceptibly to- [lay when Boston won its second ron- j Philadelphia.......... 7 10 1 Chicago.............. 8 14 2 Johnson. Seilboiii. Parham Haley, Picinich; Ilussell, Danforth and Lynn. Batting Rally Wins Game St. Louis. Sept. batting rally making errors. GAME AT TABER OF FF Lethbridgc ball club is un- able .to gather together its bunch, of huskies to proceed to Tabor the Crescents of that .town during the fair. The Taber boys challenged some time ago for a game during the fair there neit Monday and Tuesday, but the locals cannot connect Not one of the Brook- lyn runs was earned. St. 2 5 4 Brooklyn 4 71 Ames. Williams Gonzales; Smith and Miller. Demaree Wins Two Games Philadelphia. Sept. performed the unusual feat of win- nine two games from Pitlsburg today. 7 to 0 and S to 3. The home team -won the first game when Cooper weakened in the sixth Inning. In tho second game Pittsburg tiad the score In the ninth, but in the home team's halt Whilted doubled with one out, stole third and scored on Mamaux's wild pitch. Cooper, Harmon Wagner; Demaree and Burns. Second Pittsburg.............2 I Philadelphia.......... -1 ilamaux and Fischer: Demaree and Burns. Cincinnati Makes 17 Hits Boston, Sept. bom- barded three Boston pitchers for 17 hits today and won by a score of 12 to 4. The visitors made six two triples and a home run. Hal Chase, in live times up. got a single, two doubles and a home run. Cincinnati......... 12 17 1 Boston.............. -1 10 1 Mitchell and Wiugo; Rudolph. Nelif, ---------------.York had tied the score in their half, il Fisher; W. IEavc st- LoulB today's game, 7 to 3. ander; Groora and Hartley New York St. Louis Russell. Fisher 'CLUB (HOUSE I nmOINATEO 0V S. DAVIS SONS UMITEU. MONTREAL. The Largest Inters In Canada. ol Gold Medal- lo competition with the World. WHY CIGARS Some Tobacconists will fry to sell you .other Cigars [nude fiood r.lury. SBAKD mix.wis ISM; CEmmiu.rmwELHiii IHJ. I lor over Iiall Cei simply necanse Iherc is less profit to them on "PROMOTER" 26 I4PLHEIIS: and Walters, Alex- Cincinnati, Sept. minor league players were drafted by iu the major leagues at the rneeting of jj 7 j the national baseball commission and representatives of every major league AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 11; Toledo 2. Columbus-Louiaville, postponed un- til Sunday. No other games -scheduled. PACIFIC COAST Portland 2; Oakland San Francisco 1; Los Angeles 1. Vernon 10; Salt Lake 3. WAR LOAN v DOMINION OF CANADA J Issue of 5% Bonds Maturing 1st October, .193.1. PAYABLE AT FAR AT OTTAWA HALIFAX ST. JOHN, CHARLOTTETOWN, MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEG, REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA. INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, 1st APRIL, 1st OCTQBER. PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN GOLD. _ ISSUE PRICE A FULL BE PAID ON 1st APRIL. 1917.' THE PROCEEDS OF Tp_ LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES ONLY. THE MraieTBR or FINANCE offers herewith; or. behalf of' the Government, the above named Bonds for subscription at 97J, payable as 10 per cent on" application; 30 10th October, 1916; 30 15th November, 1916; 27J 15th December, 1916. The total allotment of bonds of this issue will be limited to one hundred million dollars exclusive of the amount fif aiivl paid for by the surrender of bonds as the equiva- lent of cash imder the terms of the War Loan prospectus of 22nd November, 1015. The instilments .may be paid in full on the 10th _day of October, 1916, or on any instalment due date tnerealtcr, under discount, at the rate of four per cent per annum.. All payments are to be made to a chartered bank for the the Minister of Finance. Failure to any instalment .when due will render previous payments liable to forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation.. Subscriptions, accompanied by a deposit often per cent of the amount subscribed, must 'be forwarded through the medium of a chartered bank. Any branch in Canada of any chartered bank will receive subscriptions and issue provisional receipts. This loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of Canada and both principal and interest will be a charge upon the Consolidated Revenue Fund. "Forms of application may be obtained from any branch in Canada of any chartered bank and office ot any Assistant Receiver General in Canada. Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars In case of'partial allotments the surplus deposit will be applied towards payment of the amount due on the October instalincnt. -Scrip certificates, non-negotiable or payable to bearer in accordance with the choice of the applicant for registered or bonds, will be issued, after allotment, in exchange receipts. When 'the scrip certificates have bern paid m full and n-avment endorsed thereon by the bank receiving the money, they may be exchanged for bonds, when prepmed, with coupons attached, payable to bearer or registered as to principal, or for fully registered bonds, when prepared, without coupons, in accordance with the application. Delivery of scrip certificates and of bonds will be made through the chartered banks. The be exempt from any income mypursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada. The bonds with coupons will be issued in .denominations of 8500, Fully registered bonds without coupons will be issued in 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, Reginii, Calgary, or Victoria. The interest on the fully registered bonds will be paid by 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 nt any branch in Canada of bank. Subject to the payment of twenty-five cents for each new bond issued, holders of fully registered bonds without coupons will have the right to convert into bonds of the deiio-mination of with coupons, and holders of bonds with coupons will have the right :to convert into fully registered bonds of authorized denominations without coupons at any. lime on application to the Minister of Finance. The books of the loan w of Finance, Ottawa. Application will be made in due course for the listing of the issue on the Montreal and Toronto Stock Exchanges Recognized bond and stock bickers, will be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per cent on allotments made m respect of applications bearing their stamp, piovided, however that no coir nission will be allowed in lespect of the amount of anv illotmcnt pal-' for by the surrender of bonds issued under the War Loan prospectus of 22nd Novembei, 1015 No commission will be allowed in respect of application's on foiiris which have not been printed by the King's Pnntei. i I be kept at the Department Subscription Lists will close on or before 23rd September, 1916. Of A, SeptmibM 12th, 19UI Now located in charge of din- ing room at the DAIXAS HOTEL and opened for business today. None but white people employed cial 3-course Lunch inner at Special 3-coui Di club here lasUFrida... Of this nuraher American league ob-! tnitmd -ft jtnrl the National '21. These i hitter figures do not signify that the i American league was proportionately more lucky in the draw than the Xu- tioiial. but that President Johnson's j orga.nixat.ion had a largo cnHJority of j the drafts, the Philadelphia Amerl-; cans alone making an effort, to obtain lit! youngsters through this method of i board procedure. Of the 2C that Connie -Ma.cU attempt-1 ed to get, 12 were forthcoming to him when the drawing of lots had been j completed. He was surpassed, liow-1 ever, by the Chicago Americans who i obtained H players, Next in point of number came the Cleveland Ameri- cans ami the Chicago Nationals with even each, while the New York Am- ericans sot live, Cincinnati, Brooklyn me xvunui, plioid In 1914 with an adequate nitration- we had -10 casea, and in 1915 we "had-seven, all the cases 1914 been traced to sources than the water supply." Dr.. IMacleod also says. "A w sum- mirv of cased typboid in this city foi the month of August for the past foui vearc may be ot Interest viz 191 i 13 ciseb 1814 3 cases 1915. 1 case 1916 to date no cases The subject of nitration Is of grwrt import, the information upon it and the argu-, menls in favor would fill volumes' J have endeavored to condense at as possible. T fear, however, that I am encroaching upon your val- If so I crave pardon. Iivveonclusion I must state there is no "more vital question confronting the of this city From the cradle to the grave every citizen has need of watei much. lutlon to our river. There is. there- Clti2en has need of watei much, fore, no safe resource but filtration, j longer shall it be that every time he Let quote a-few statistics, to iiiux tlie glasb to hi- 1'r be shall Via flnno tn snffiirilflrcl that thft' tratc what can be done to safeguard our health by filtration. To show what a difference it actually -makes- in the typhoid death rale when you get water that may be classed fnirh pure, 1 will refer to a few statistics of a few cities. The rate in all cases means num- ber of deaths ill Albany ton years previous to adoption of filtraliou plant had a rate of SS 8 lo it with the knowledge that the act may number him within six weeks among the many who in this city an- nually forfeit their lives because pftb- :ic supplies are not thoroughly protected against pollution, or if sub- ject to contamination, are not puri- fied L. GEO. DeVEBER, Health Officer. :hat ot lyii auoui ni yt-i nitration piani nan i-aie ui oo o cases occurred on the route of one i Tno ycnrs showed a 22.2 dairy, iwhich furnished only 15 per 190S jj nau dropped to 10 9 cent, of the whole milk: supply to the jiujson had-a rate of 59.2 for ten cen, city This farm being closed down, epidemic ceased. -In '1914 -with 71 cases, in July and 31 in August, it was easily traced to one of our dairies. XJpon closing epidemic ceased. In commenting upon the epidemic of last spring I can do no better than quote from the .Provjiicial Health Offi- cer's 'same... In thisj.'outbreak, one has to look for -special reasons, .on account of the large number of cases (107 in occurring so much earlier in tlie sea- usual. It lias been found that there- were a large mumber of typhoid cases in Macleod In tho fall of 1915; '18 casos Hn ;C 111 November, and besides these, there were found outside 'of Macleod in different directions, and cases scat- tered here -and there over, the water- sheds of the Old Man, Lethbridge, St. Mary's and Willow Creek valley; all this was before the freeze up. A Chinook started oir February 12th and the ice went out February 17th. This I helicve was an .unusual occurrence, and would vol- ume of water which .entered the river ume o in a few days ,Jmm all-the surround ing country, was sufficient' to release the ice, and scour the river bottom "The sales of-Npblemen Cigars have more than, trebleifl; durlns the 'past three months. tatclj-1" :e you tried one vears; the change was made, and it dropped to 18.1. Poughkeepsie before 112.0, after 34.ii. The reduction in Ithaca was 79.C, Binghampton 63 7 Water ton 60.5, Ranssellares 7 Shenected 45.1, Troy .44.5, Horell 443, Eloiira 39.7. Now lei me refer tp results nearer libme. Saskatoon established a filtra tion plant in 1912, and con- ditions are similar to ours in every respect, quotations from their .stalls tics are peculiarly applicable. 1. Thn requirements looked for were that the product should, be free from disease producing germs. 2. It should be free from; those al Hod organic forms, whicn are.not con- ducive to health, although they may not as yet be recognized as nanying disease. 3. It. must be uniformly clear and free from turbidity, whether produced by mineral or organic matter. 4. It must be free .frpnu'color, odor or taste. To effect this Saskatoon adopted Ihe system of filtration known as the Roberts filter. The statements below show removal of. dur ing. tho year 1913, being just one year iftfer installation: ,7 .Rain Filtered P. C 1013 Water Removal January 27.0 1.0. .98.5 February March April----- 2.5 0.6 16.0 20.0 ,37.0.1 .80.0 996 -99.7- Free to Sufferers Tlie nmount of comfort and nens spread over the con- tinent by the famous Pyr- amid Treatment 13 truly- re- mnrlitible. A FllEB trial pierage v.111 oonvinoe anyone who suffers from 11 c fclng, bleeding, protruding piles, hemor- rhoids and other rectal troubles. Get any droggitt or nuul for.trial. Take'no substitute. FKEE SAMPLfi COUFON FTRAMID MO Pyramid BaUdlnv. Marshall Mich Kindlv send ma Free Mmplttl of. Pyramid 1m plain wrapper Narno Street ;