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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAII.Y HERALD BASEBALL NATIONAL Philadelphia Boston Brooklyn St. Louis ..i. Pittsburj; Cincinnati Chica.'iu New Yurie W. 81 78 75 65 64 P.O. .575 .CM ..179 175 .454 Boston 3 n Cincinnati 3 Barnes and Whaling Lear, Dale, Wcllcnry and Wingu. New York................. 3 11 :i Chicago Pcrritt, Tcsreau and Doom; Vaughn, .Wright and Bresnahan. Second game- New York................ 3 H 0 Chicago 9 3 Palmer, Hitter and Myers; Laven- der, Pierce and Archer. I'hila'dclphia.............. S 12 1 St. Louis il 11 0 McQuillan and Uurns Doak, lioard- mau and Snyder. Second Philadelphia 6 D 0 St. Louts 147 Hemarcc and Hums Meadows, Lamline, Nichaus and Snyder. Brooklyn-Pittshurg1, postponed, cold weather." AMERICAN ISoston Detroit Chicago Washington Mew York St. Ixrais Cleveland Philadelphia. -W. 33 92 77 CO S4 L. 45 51 (10 P.O. .074 .614 .577 .554 .453 .42ti .M .28S FIRST GAME OF ILD'S raw. New York.................. 3 9 3 St. Louis 033 Koob and Lcary Pieh and Jsuna- jnaker. Second St. Louis i............. 5 -lo 3 New York 8 and Agncw; Caldwcll and 'Alexander. Detroit 7 7 ii Philadelphia 5 Ii a Loudcrmilk, Oldham and Stanage Naboc and McAvoy, Lapp. Chicago 172 Washington 5 13 2 Fahei" and Schalk; Johnson and iWilliams. illeveland-BostOii, both games post- poned, rain. ClilciiBO, III., Sept. first Same in the series ot the baseball eliampionsliiu of the world will he on Friday, October S. Bau Jolmaon, president of ilie American league, said that it was his opinion, that the big series should begin Fri- day, one day after the close of the re- speelive seasons, although Garry Herrmann, president of the- National j commission favors the- day following, j Although Ban Johnson refused to I pick the winner in either league, last night. It was 'apparent from his talk that he expected the lied Sox and Phillies to face each other. With these two In the field, there is a possi- bility that the series in Philadelphia will be played on Shibe field, the Am- erican 'league grounds, while in Bos- ton the games would be transferred to tile Braves' new grounds. "I -know that President Shibo of tho Athletics has offered bis park to tile said President. Johnson, "and I-have 'been told tbat President Oatfney of the Braves has done the same to President J-snuia; however, 1 do not know that either has any In- tention of switching his own park." When the subject of President Gil I more's letter, asking for participation I by the Federal leaguo h: the world's I series was broached to Mr. Johnson, he exhibited a certain amount of weariness. "I don't think.I shall answer communication from .Mr. he said, "but I suppose air. Herrmann, as chairman of the National commis- sion, will acknowledge receipt ot the letter. There doesn't seem much of a chance for the Federals to break into the world's series, does Instead of sawing it off with inde- pendents, the winners in the world's scries are likely io break a long-es- tablished rule by going into a post- season series on the Pacific CoasL FEDERAL PittsWirg i. Chicago St. Louis Newark Kansas City Buf'falo.. Brooklyn.---- Baltimore 80 75 72 71 '45 L. 60 6-1 69 69 76 07- P.O. ,5C8 .655 .521 .oil .497 .483 .317 Buffalo.................... t 2 Pittsburg 2 1 Bcdient and Dlair Allen and Bcr- ry. Baltimore 2 11 1 St. Louis 5 10 2 Qninn and Owens ana Hartley. Brooklvn 1 ;l 1 Kansas City "-1 6 1 Palkenherg, Upham and Land; Cul- lop and Easterly. 1 11 1 Chicago U 1Q Billiard and Huhn Bailey, Prcn- dergast and Wilson. Second -.Newark (18-1 Chicago 9 13 3 Scaton. Moran and llulra ;--Bran- nan, Hendrix and GIANTS WANT SNYDER Says the New York Evening Sun: "Catcher Snyder may not he. on the market, -hut If Brittojl ac- cent for his release, the Giants will buy." ALEXANDER AND_RIXEY Experts Think These Two Would Be Able to Upset Crack Ameri- can League Teams in World's Series. What? llavou't you. got Ticket '.yet for the Columbia instrel At The MAJESTIC THEATRE Next -Tues. Q a. 90 aept. YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT A GOOD TIME YOU WILL MISS IF YOU FAIL TO IN THIS BIG SHOW, WHICH IS In Aid of The Patriotic Fund Admission is only: 50c for for Kiddies Seals now on sale at Hedley Drug Co. and ot" members of I. 0. D. E. GIRL ATHLETE OF ALL CANADA ARTHUR NEHF Tlio now and youthful southpaw on the Boston, National League, ImseimU Chicago, III., Sept, iropres- 3lou is genera'i that there is not a team in the National league capable of givlns either Boston or Detroit a battle In a world's series. The reason given in the majority of cases is that right-handed pitchers have little chance of defeating either team. Hence. It is" generally believed that tho Phillies, with Alexander the Great would -be by far the best team for a short series. Good left-handed pitch- ers are scarce in the National league at the present time, and there are few of the so-cai'ied star portsiders who do not have to have their opponents pick- ed far them. It is doftbtftil any soutlipaw in the Tener league would have imieti ot a chance against the Tigers or Red Sox, barring Sherrod Smith of the Dodgers and Eppa Rixey of the'Phil- lies. The latter has yet to prove that he can stand the gaff, but is placed on this list'-because of his remarkable low fast -ball, and this delivery hae al- ways been tha downfall of Detroit and Boston, Phillies Welf Fixed Almost every "world's scries since 190o has been won with two star pitchersj and, all things considered, no learn in the National league has two -tw triers who .could compare with Alexander and :Rixay for a series ag- ainst either Boston qr Detroit. From the outlook at the time, it is possible that both Alexander ami Rixey will be worked, to death trying to win the pennant, and neither may be at top form if the Phillies do fin- ally get into the baseball classic. Long Distance Hitters The greatest disadvantage the Phil- lies would have in. a world's series would be in their games at home. Both Detroit and Boston have many, long distance hitters, and playing in .the small. Philly park, each- would have an edge on the Phillies because of their superior batting. Ccbh, Craw- ford, Burns and Veach of DEtroit, and Speaker, Hooper, and Hoblitzel of Boston would he danger- ous in a small field. Shade the Phillies It would not matter "who won the American league pennant, the Phil- lies would depend ,611 Alexanders in every other game in a series, 'in the put-Alexander hits shown that he is just as strong against left-hand- ed as agftfnftMlic right-hand- ers, mainly .through his wonderful curve ball, aiid there is no reason to believe that, any American league team would -Itother; him. Of course, Mho Phillies'.cha'nces in a world's ser- ies, with either team are-based here entirely on pitching, as this depart- ment is the .most important oi a'll in a short 'eeries. in depart- ments the Red Sox and Tigers far out- class any learn in the National'league. Cranlirook, H.C., Sept. fun- ural of the late Sannu-l AVatson, who met such an unUmeiy death last nesda'y afternoon, took place from j the fanli'iy residence Sunday noon at Ii o'clock. Probably the I'-irg- est assemblage in thu i-lty for years turned out to the funeral, i which was of a military t-lmructer. j The 107th Regiment, under comnmnd of Lieut. Venus, furnished a firing party, while two trumpeters from (Ferule Hounded the "Last Post." Itev. i K. Thomson, pastor of the juyterian church, .performed the last I sad rites. The scene at the grave of the dead soldier was most, pathetic, his aged mother, a 'lady ot ROM stand- ing, created a feeling v.-hicli brought tears to the eyes o! many. Preliminary Trial The preliminary huariiiK uf Hush McGill came up before Judge Arnold at -'.30 tills afternoon. Tho court room was crowded to ;he doors spectators when the trial opened. Crown Prosecutor Mnedonald asked for an adjournment until tomorrow morning at 9.30. statins that plans i of the house where the affair tool; place were not complete. Counsel for accused stated lie would agree, pro- vided there was "not a nigser in the woodpile." Judge Arnold agreed to the request of Mr. JlMUonald. Dave Watson, a -brother of the dead man. shortly, after court opened, was re- moved from the court room, where he was stricken with a fit. Coyotes are becoming a source of menace to public safely In Cranbrook. They make regular visits to tho neigh- i borhood of the Slaterville and south- west of the town. Last evening the Herald correspondent had the pleas- j ure of being accompanied down from his farm by no less than three, which were snapping and snarling within fifteen feet ot him. Chris. Richardson was caught, in tho act ot stealing a 'ioad of wood Sun- day morning. He came before Justice of the Peace Hill this morning, and will be compelled to serve 30 days of this siost -beautiful autumn weatiier at Nelson jai'l. MITCHELL 'MARKS KILBANE .Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. Mitchell of Milwaukee and Johnny Kiibane of Cleveland fought ten tame rounds, here, tonight. The majority of newspaper men at the ringside claimed the fcout a draw. Mitchell was unmarked at the end of the bout, but KKbane's face badly battered. "As I was going to St. Ives I met a man loilh seven wives. Goose. smaller your Hollar It's sad, but cheer up: in the matter of pleasure and pastime for your wife and Ettle tads, Wrigley's offers a most economical confection. It's long-lasting and beneficial. It aids appetite and digestion. It's friendly to the teeth, soothing to the throat refreshing and thirst-quenching. A 5c package gives big value. Every package sealed a City Block Caves Into Subway (CoxTi.s'UEii- num. FnoXT I'AGE) It's made clean anil kept clean. ployees and others worked iimously clearing away the debris, timbers and rails that imprisoned many persons. Within an hour mote than 50 injur- ed persons had been regained from' the cave. Two of- these, a man and woman, (lied oil the way to tho hospital, and another woman reported (lying by surgeons. A short I time later "rescuers reached the worst] part of the wreckage, the first; body was recovered. IV ice and fire- meii later reported taking five dead from the cave-in. Rescuers found numerous stlCis ot dynamite scattered about in the sub- t way excavation and.foremen for the kTnited States Realty and Improye- ment Co. contractors en this section of the subway said much blasting had been done between Twenty-third and Twenty-fifth streets under seventh avenue. Use WRIGLEY'S after every meal see how much bet- ter you will feel. YEAH-HE- MARKIES-. IN HASTE ANDREf-FATS Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co. Ltd. Mow Factory Toronto Miss ANNIE MILLER is .willing to defend the above title. She is probably the fastest foot runner and jumper of her sex, in Ca- nada, and is also an excellent swim- mer. She lives in Toronto Welcome New S. A. 'Head To The City FROXT PAGE) JOE LALLY SAYS MANN CUP 1.3 CHINOOK'S Vancouver, Sat- urday next it is expected that the Mann Cup will have been turned over to the New Westminster club as cham- pions of the Pacific Coast Amateur Lacrosse association. Milton Oppen- heimer, one of the cun ed last night that the transfer jnrould like'iky be accomplished some time this week. The Mann cup has been held'for several years.by thu V.A.C. team, which has successfully defend- ed it against all comers until they were beaten in the league series by the Koya'i City twelve this season. JOB Lally is now threatening; a.le- gal action for the recovery of the mug, claiming that the Calgary-Chinoolts arc the rightful holders of the silver- ware. some part in a moating over which the chairman presided. He had told them 01 the early days of the Salva- tion army in Glasgow and she was pleased to say that she hailed from j the same place and her early recol- 1 lections were the same. One of the j reasons of the strength ol the army was owing to the position given to women. A fcelins; reference to tthe late Brigadier asd Mrs. Hunter and an account oi their work in India fol- lowed, and a liL'iei .resume of the var- ious ways ia which the women of the army were working to unlift'the fallen concluded a most interesting address. The commissioner Speaks After a selection by the band, the chairman called upon Com miss toner Sowton to address the meeting. The Shine that Lasts BLACK- WHITE TAN The commissioner, who was receiv- ed with applause, gave a most force- ful address, packed with incidents which had his own life. The audience-, as he took them from country to he able to see with their own eyes the plac- with flavor GRIT purity. a daylight 6__Untouched hy hands PEPPERMINT AND CINKAMON FLAVOURS MADE IN CANADA We Are Still In The Ring! GOING STRONGER D. E. MacDonald INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 402 ith Street South. 09 ho dcscnl) J He said it MS 32 years since he lecame an officer, in th Vrm> 0 of these cars I had ncen ".pent, in his natue England in1 the in working in foreign oountriLS Ihoiiph he had spent biich v long Ira L in this ork lie had not lieen able to MSlt very manv the 61 LOuntricb in which the flag of. the Army had hscn raised. He first gaye a description ot his first field of work in Norway, telling of how tho first corps formed did a magnificent work. In the first six months, over people -were saved hy God's grace, and halls vyerc crowded to ex- cess. Brief remarks as to.iyork. in' Denmark, Sweden.. Finland, United States, India, and a feeling reference to the opportunities now given hy the Russian government in Petro- grati were listened to with-rapt tention. In concluding, the -speaker, KOIIIC interesting figures about western Canada. Never in the history of the Empire had the souls of pep- pb been tested like at present, and as our soldiers were doing their duty at the front so in our own spheres should do what God had put into our hands. "Face the storm and trust in wras the advice given'not only to. members of the Army, but to everyone. Vote of-Thanks Moved A. Buchanan, 31.1'., in moving a vote of thanks.to the .'speakers, paid i high tribute to the work the Booth family had done for the .Salvation. Army.' The Armv. he said; wTas working in directions which; the churches had failed, to .take..-, .Their citadel here was erected in the m'aih street andSnot in the residential disr tricts, because-the men and.'womcn they-wanted to teach were found.in that Ihe soldiers of the Cm 'pile arc flthtmp jo the present time to uphold a civilization which siucr to be the -best ami- tion Army are fighting- to the fallen anil to rr-store them to a tcr life. The time-was full of inci diificultv but th-y would go for- wird A tribute to the work of the women of' the 'Artnv -was. tfaidlaad tho spoakci stated that the women ol this prounce were to advance a step when Ihev rcccnrd thft right to hid been promised them II Faulield bnellj secondeil the resolution to which also Dr Rlveri spoke and It was carried in Lethhridge fiishion. Commissioner Sowton responded. The Doxology anil National Anthem brought 'the meet- ing to a close., The only suie way to get rid ofi daudruJI is to dissolve H then you( destroy It entirely To" do getl about four ounces of ordinary liquid, anon apply It at night Vien. retir- ing; use enough to moisten the and rub it in gently with tips. Do this tonight and iby morning, most if not all. of your dandruff wilt be 'gone, and three or four more ap- plications will completely arid? entirely destroy every single sigrn and trace of It, no matter Bow .much: dandruff you may Slave. You will find too that all itching and digging ot-the scalp will stop ati oace..-and -your liair will be lustrous glossy silicv and soft, and look and feel a Hundred times better; You can get liquid arvon at any, drug store. It is. inexpensive and. never falls to do the COMBING WON'T RID HAIR OF DANDRUFF IT'S EASY TO PEEL OF YOUR TAN OR FRECKLES This i1! what jou should do to shed a spoiltd cur-rlosmn Spread evenly over the face covering every inch of skin a tbm lajer of ordinary inercol- ized wax Let this stay on over night wash it oft morning He- peat da 11} until vour complexion is as clear, soft and beautiful as a young girls This result is inevit able no matter how soiled or dis" colored the compleilon The wax lit- erally peels off the filmy surface skll, exposing the lo ely young skin be- neath The process is entirely harm- less "o little of the old skin coming oK at a time Vercolized wax Is ob- tainable at any drug store one ounce nsuallj suffices Its a vertUile wonderworker for rough, tanned red denel Blotchy, pimpled or freckled, skin fiire ppwdered ssxolite 11, excellent for'a wrinkled skin An of it dissoheil In a half pint witch haiel makes i let resiling wash lotion Thin renders tho skin quite ilrm (Bit imooth, indeed the lery first appli cation erases; the finer linen, tint deeper ones soon follow MM P I) Crerar's home m ilton, "Dunedtn' fomuilh ed as 'a convalescent home (ot dicrs from the tioAfc- ;