Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBFJIpGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1015 Woiwr STOMACH TROUBLES The Great Medi- cine Often Just It Needed. We are BO used to thinking of Ljdm E. Pinkhwn'i Vegetable Compound as remedy exclusively for female ilia that we aro apt to overlook the fact that it IB one of the best for disorders the stomach. For stomach trouble of women it it especially adapted, as it works in com- plete harmony with the female organ- ism, a'mce it contains the extracts of the best tonic roots and herbe. It tones up the digestive system, and increases the appetite aml.iitreng'th. Here is what one woman writes showing wbat this medicine Newfield, N. Y.-T-" I am so pleased to say I cen recommend Lydia E. Pinic- bam's Vegetable Compound rj an eco- nomical and beneficial remedy in moat ailments pertaining to women. At Jeast I found it so by only taking.two bottles. I had indigestion in a bad form and I run now feeling in the best of health and owe it all tu Lydia Pinkhafn's Vegetable Mrs. BUBK WILLIAMS, R.D. No. 29, New- field, N.Y. Many women suffer from that "al! pone and so while doing their work. Ten chances to one their digestive system is all oat of order. A tableepoonful of Lydia El Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound after each meal should completely remedy thii condition in a few dayi. In The World of Sport WEEKS TO BOX HERE a Canada's Middleweight Champion Will Appear At Majestic Theatre, Thursday Next, Under The Auspices of Lethbridge Sports and Amusement Mantell Chosen to Meet Weeks "CM" HUB IS First to Hold Both Open and Amateur Championships At Same Time Charles .Tr., or Chi- cngo. is the foremost golfer in tlio Uni- tcil States today. That ho was the best golfer in America three years ago was the statement made by Harry Vardon when the brilliant English profession- al was touring tho States. Varilon reit- erated tills statement when ho return- ed home, but It "was accented In Am- erica as 'an' appraisal that was not liorne out by the facts, lor Kvans had never won an open or amateur cham- pionship up to that time. Tho confi- (lenceiof the Britisher has been npprov ud, however, for .Olilck Svuus is r now and ..amateur champion of tiio United States: He wan the .former title at Minne- apolis in Juno and he earned the ama- teur honors last Saturday at the llerion Cricket -Chili's links at Phila- delphia when he defeated Hobt. Gard- ner of Chicago, four up and three 'to play. Evans is the first player to ever hold both titles In one year. F'rancis Oililliet was open champion in 1913 and amateur champion In IDl'l. He lost the titio to Walter Hagen Aug- 'ust 18-21, 1914, and did not win the amateur honor tintii September 5-11, 1314. This was as near as anyone has ever come to grabbing both titles to- ge'ther. .Although four times a winner of the amateur championship, Jerome Travcrs only once won tlio open and that was in 1915. .His last win. of the amateur had been in 1913. Evans, .after years of knocking at the gntefi, htts finally won his way in one year to .both crowns he sought. And he did it because at the Minlkah- ila. course, Minneapolis, in June, he got lie-Id of' himself on the putting greens, and apparently, he has never let It get away from him. Putting has always been Ills weakness. -I'hat helped him in last week's struggle. 'He had been medalist on four occa. in the amateur championship and was runner-up to .Terry Travcrs i" 1013 at Wlieatou, while he-won the Western amataur and open repeatedly But it was the Philadelphia play that brought him into his own. Inciden- tally, he had never played on a Quaker f'ilv links before last week. His quail f'ying rounds of 158 were five strokes behind the medalist of the tournament From this out. Chick Evans is. going to'he a harder man to beat than ever fccfore. _____ RESINA OFFICER KILLED Be-ina Sept. Superintenden McGibbon of the 'R.N.W.M.P. receiv ed word today that his. second son Lieut John Walker iMcGlBbon has fceeh klUed in; action .with the 28H battalion. pen" gallon FORD middleweight champion ol' Cu'.i- adu, will slack up against Frank Maiitell ol' Butle. The plans arc furl a ten round boxing exhibition. Tliej club is in touch with both men today.: Manlell has been here for several FRANK MANTELL days, while Weeks is in Calgary (o- bout promises to be one of the cleanest exhibitions'of IIP manly art ever staged here. Weeks is a good man who has t-oni- to the lop in Vancouver and the const cities. Me is now oiiring Canada with the intention of getting on with some good nun in the easl. He is in the 15S pound class. Mantell is a clean cut young fellow, who enters the ring at welter weight. He Ims been living in Butte. but hearing that Weeks was travelling easl through he came across the ine in Ibe hope of gelling a bout. Mantell will work out lomor- afternoon in .the "Y" gym, and ring fans will he given a good to gel a line on him. II will be known definitely tomorrow whether the two men be brought from present appearances there seems to be little doubt that the match will be arranged. Brooklyn 'hiladelnhia loston New York Pittsburg ihicago St. Louis linclimati Followers of the boxing game will havu their lirst opportunity to wit- ness a bout pulled oil' under the di- rection of the recently organized Lelhbridgu Sporting and Amusement Club next Thursday evening in the Majestic theatre. If present plans work out Weeks, of Vancou- SPORTING CLUBS FORMED AT THE MACLEOD PUB- LIC SCHOOLS (Special..to. the Herald) Muclood, Sept. Flint, tile new principal of the Mac1- is out for a suc- cessful term' this year. He has formed ii basketball team for (be girls, and is having tho basketball grounds put into good shape. They hope in the near future' to have a contest with the girls of the Clares- holm High school. The boys are forming a football team, also a baseball learn, and hope to have a good time in the fu- ture. In Supreme Court yesterday charges against Abu and "iiig .Bill" liysHOli, Jr., weni dismissed and tin- accused discharged. They were charg- ed with having assaulted Prof. Kerry, broncho tumor, al Slav-mom! during the stampede. Inllicllng injuries and serious bodily bhrm. The trouble arose over the desii, of Berry to riiic Sliy Itockct. One of the Hyssops made 'a remark to tin effect that Uorry couldn't ride the. horse, tn-which Berry believed lie had been insulted. A scrap started and the result was .n police court cast the HVBSOPS being sent up for trial In dismissing thu case His Lordship said it -.vas a case of two men oiling in the same vicinity, both with chips on their shoulders. The inevit able light' resulted. There was n evidence to show any premeditatiol on the part, of the accused would dismiss the charges. BETTING'pDOS ON U. S. ELECTION ITALY SEIZES EGGS IN STORAGE Home, Sept. million eggs stored by speculators and. seized dur- ing the last week In Italian cities by tile government are being resold pub- licly at two cents each, halt tile mar- ket price. The purpose is to aid in reducing the cost of living, which lias Increased by.26 per cent, during the last six months. FORD WiLL HELP LITTLE CRIPPLES Wellesley, nouncemcnt a Sept. New York. Sopt. on the presidential elections is more ac- tive today than at any time during the campaign. One wager in' to SI ,01111. on Hushes was reported. Wil- son money was more plentiful and tho odds on Hushes were beaten dowu to MUNCHAUSEN STILL WORKING FOR GERMANS ruder wear HERE-are certain words in our language which aum'up a nnmbiT of qualities, a them tersely. one, "Effi- ciency" another, "Penmana" aliU another. This last one to underwear means alt the good things you want in the underwear you buy for yourself. forget >j V Berlin, via Sayvillc, Sept. third German aerial attack in three days on entente warships otf tlie Flan- ders coast, was.made Tuesday. Th- iinlimiled fund j admiralty 'announced today tiiat one has teen set aside by Henry Ford, of destroyer was hit. Cobb is still 20 points behind Tris Speaker at the last unofficial report. Speaker .384; Cobb .364. Cobh's chan- to cop arc slim. BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Won .85 82 liO 66 Lost -55 57 57 112 .711 81 84 Pet. .607 ..590 .ii78 .547 .451 ..438 AMERICAN Won Boston Chicago Detroit New York Cleveland St. Louis .417 I Washington .386 Dodgers Increasing Lead Brooklyn. Sept. The Brooklyns 83 75 75 75 71 32 Lost 59 03 64 OS 71 72 71' 110 Pet. .587 .5611 .566 .525 .514 .BIO .501) .225 Philadelphia Red Sox Still Winning Detroit, Sept. shatterei lunched tliree'singles, two offerings of four Detroit pitchers ind a triple off Lotz in.the fifth inn- today and 'won the third consecutive ng today and won- the second game of the St. Louis series. .6 to 3. Coombs was hit hard and relieved., by Sheney, who blanked the Cards, strik- ng out nine men. St. Louis 3- 9- 5 Brooklyn'... fi Lotz, Currie and Gohzales, Brottera; Coombs, Cheney and' Miller. Griffith Does Good'Work Boston, Sept. consistent and timely hitting resulted in another victory for Cincinnati over Boston to- day, 5 to 4. Griffith-led at the bat with a triple and tlirea singles ill.Bye times np, driving in three at the five Cincinnati 5 14 1 Boslon...... 4 "8 1 Schneider and' Huhn; Tyler and Jqwdy. .Y Pirates Defeat Phjllies Philadelphia, Sept.: knocked Rixey out of the box in five nnings today and easily defeated Philadelphia S to 8. Grimes .was very iltective, only two hits being .nia'de off urn in the first .six .innings.: Pittsburg 8 11. 1 Philadelphia...... a Grimes and "W. Wagner; Hixey, lender and Killifer. New York Again Victorious New York, Sept. York ran its llith straight victory here to- lay, defeating Chicago by a score of 4 to 0. Perritt permitted'six .hits in .he first three innings but the'Gubs :ould not score. Jhicago lew Hendril and Wilson; McCarty, Rariden. -NO RACING TORONTO Columbus, Ohio, Sa.pt.. ,-eoks of grand circuitV'racing began .a Columbus Monday.' Toronto passed up its meet this season .because, of tho war and this city granted the atra-timer Public Danci TUESDAY Best ftoor and belt fnV-iio, Dancing from 8 30 to Admiwlon: Gentlemen, Me: LadiM Fret. Jetroit, to be devoted to Hie treatment of crippled children throughout the country in need of orthopedic or sur- ;ical aid, was made today by Rev. S. j. Marquis, head of the Ford educa- tional department. German seaplanes on the September 19, repeated their attacks on hostile" sea forces, off the Flanders coast, the'statement says. One des- troyer .was. hit. by several bombs. The following official announcement was given out hero today: "The Brit- ish admiralty slates that the foregoing is absolutely untrue. No destroyer was touched by seaplane bombs or any other agency." CONSTABLE SUICIDES ._ Saskatoon, Sept. John Henry Wanders, town constable of.Lloydmin-- ster. Sask., committed suicide this morning by discharging a bullet from a 22-calibre rifle into his brain. No reason was given as to why the man took his life. He leaves a widow and two .children and was well educated. REFERENDUM ON CONSCRIPTION Melbourne, via London, Sept. 21. A bill providing for a referendum on the question of conscription passed the House of Representatives ou its third reading. The vote was 47 to 11. Worth a Guinea a Box J as a remedy for the evil effects of quick eating, over-eating and strenuous ing. The medicine Utit meets ng. e mecine tit mees that tones the stomach, stimuT game of the series from Detroit by, a score of 10 to 2. Detroit's defeat to day seemingly eliminates Jennings men from the American league pen nant race.' Boston......... .....10 IS 1 2 7.1 Ruth and Thomas; Coveleskie, Bb- land, Cunningham, Dubuc and Stan- age. Chicago toses to Tail-Enders Chicago, Sept. failed to keep pace with the world's cham- pions today and dropped the last game of the season with Philadelphia S to 0. Joe Bush held Chicago to five scattered hits. Philadelphia 8 Ifi fl Chicago.............. 0 5 0 Bush and Haley; Faber. Williams and Lynn. Cleveland Wins in 12th Cleveland, Sept.. the Indians made 15 hits, including three triples, off Walter Johnson, the latter was very effective with men on bases, and the 12th inning was reached lie- fore Cleveland won, S to 2. Grauey's sensational work prevented Washing- ton from winning. Washington........ 2 2 Cleveland............ 3 15 4 Johnson Gharrity; Smith, Gould and Deberry, O'Neill. New York Wins St.: Louis, Sept. the score 4 to 3 against them. New York rallied in the ninth and boat St. Louis today 5 to 4. Magee singled, Hendrix. tripled, scoring Magee, and he scored himself when Peckinpaugh singled. New 5 13 0 St. Louis............ 4 12 1 Shocker. Shavvkoy and Walters; Wqilman, Davenport and Hartley. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION, 'Indianapolis G; Toledo-7. Columbus 0; Louisville 1. Minneapolis 6; Kansas City 2. St. Paul 0; Milwaukee 3. PACIFIC COAST Vernon 3; Salt tatre 9. Sail Francisco 2; Los Angeles 1. Portland-Oakland, rain. WAR LOAN -4 DOMINION OF CANADA Issue of 5% Bonds Maturing 1st 1931. .PAYABLE AT PAR AT OTTAWA HALIFAX, ST. JOHN. CHARLOTTETOWN, MONTREAL, TORONTO, REGINA, CALGARY, VICTORIA. INTEREST PAYABLE HALF-YEARLY, 1st APRIL; 1st OCTOBERS, PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN ISSUE PRICE 97i A FULL HALF-YEAR'S INTEREST WILL BE PAID ON 1st 1917J THE PROCEEDS OF THE LOAN WILL BE USED FOR WAR PURPOSES; m PURSE IS NOT ENOUGH I FOR FREDDIE WELSH Chicago, Sept. guarantee.of 000 for a twenty-round match with Johiinj Dundee will not be accepted, Harry Pollok. manager of Freddie Welsh, the lightweight today. Pollok said he would Insist, percentage as well as a large guaran- tee. The offer wr.s made by New Orleans club THE MINISTER OF FINANCE offers herewith, on behalf of the Government, the above named Bonds for subscription -at 97i, payable 10 per cent, on application; 30 16th 30 15th November, 1916; 27i 15tH December, 1'916. The total aflotment of bonds of this issue will be limited to one hundred million dollars exclusive of the. amount (if any) paid for by the surrender of bonds as the .equiva- lent of cash under the terms of the War Loan prospectus of 22nd November, 1915. The instalments may be paid in full on the 16th day of 1916, or on any instalment due date thereatter, under discount at, the rate of, four per cent per annum. All payments are to be made to a chartered bank for the s credit of the Minister of Failure to pay any instalment when due will render previous payments Ha tile 1o. forfeiture and the allotment to cancellation. Subscriptions, accompanied by a.deposit often per cent I :-nf the amount subscribed, must be. forwarded through the'mediiim of a chartered bank. Any branch in Canada .of any chartered bank will receive subscriptions and-issue E provisional receipts. I This loan is authorized under Act of the Parliament of I Canada, and both principal and interest will, be a charge, s upon the ..Consolidated .Revenue Fund. t S Forms of application may be obtained.froin.'any branch I in Canada of any chartered bank and of any S Assistant Receiver Genera! in Canada, Subscriptions must be for even hundreds of dollars. In case of partial allotments the surplus deposit-.will be. S applied towards payment of the amount due on the October instalment. Scrip certificates, non-negotiable or payable to bearer in accordance with the choice of the applicant for registered, 1 or bearer .bonds, will be issued, after allotment, m exchange for the provisional receipts. 'When the scrip certificates have been paid in full and payment endorsed thereon by the oank receiving the SToney, they may be exch.nged for bonds, when prepared, with attached, payable to bearer or to principal, or for fully registered 'bonds, when I-., without coupons, in accordance with the, application. Delivery of scrip certificates and of will through the chartered banks. The issue will be exempt front income in pursuance of legislation enacted by the Parliament of Canada. The bonds with coupons will be issned in denominations of Fully registered Abends without coupons will be issued in denominations of or any authorized multiple of The bonds will be paid at matur.ity 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, Regina, Calgary, or Victoria. The interest on the fully registered bonds will be paid by cheque, which'will'be Interest on bonds with coupons will be surrender of coupons. Both cheques and coupons will free of exchange at any branch in Canada of any chartered 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 denomination of with coupons, and holders of bonds ..with coupons will to .convert into fully resistcred bonds of authorized denominations without coupons tot-any time on application to the Minister ot Finance. The books of the.loan will be, kept at the Department 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 brokers will be allowed a Commission of one-quarter of one per cent on allotments made in respect of applications bearing their stamp, provided, however, that no commission wilj be allowed in respect of the amount of any allotment paid for by the -surrender of bonds issued under the War Loan prospectus of 22nd November, 1915. No commission will be allowed in respect of applications on forms which have not been .printed by the King's Printer. Subscription Lists will close on or before 23rd September, 1916.' DEPARTMSNT or FINANCE, OTTAWA, September 12th, 1916.