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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE BASEBALL NATIONAL (Philadelphia, Boston Brooklyn St. Louis Ou Kriday the boys' and girls' ath- letic societies of the Lethbridge High. Cincinnati Chicago New York t, Brooklyn.. Pittsburff....... lluclcer nml Miller; Cooper and Gib- eon. Second game: Brooklyn.............. 1 0 Pittsburp.............. 2 _ 0 Cheney aud .McCarty; Hill and Uib- Bon. New York.............. 7 Chicago............... J Uenlon and Kocher; Lavender and ]3rctmahan. No other games scheduled. school met for the purpose of elect- ing officers. The were en- thusiastically attended by the mem- bers and tlio voting on the respective candidates was especially keen, two cases resulting in a tie. The hoys chose to play Russians Will Come Back (CONTINUED PIIOM KIIUXT "Hut -lira munilions are coming, anil tlio tide will soon turn. Furthermore, Die Kuss'ftuis are ngliljiig i" country arc used to, wliilu tho Germans an: floundering about in morass and iruui that considerably retards them in their lighting. W'Uli Hie winter coining on, too, the Russians win lie in much licttcr condition, as they arc used to the cohl. All the Siber- ian troops availahle arc being sent into northern Poland for the winter campaign. That mcaiis that the Ger- mans will he to death this winter, in weather that wlJt be like summer for the Siberians. The Rus- sians are undergoing no particular hardships in fighting in this kind oi country, for they ure at it. Boston Detroit Chicago Washington New York St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia AMERICAN w. i p.c .U7S .-147 .-181 of football for the fall term. iiavc purchased the luiii and three teams organized. It was decid- ed j however, not to draw up a sched-, uli! until after field day, which is to be held on Kriday, October 1st. Tin; girls are playing both volley What is really behind the move for the Czar to take charge of thu armies "Ml. Herkiiis was asked. "That is nothing hut ;i play [or tliu people of Russia. Oiin must undcr- inj stand the Russian-people before one I can realize the value of such a move. ihP arc a I'cople, me tame t t and Tlipv i Largest of the Season A Pair of TROUSERS FREE with every Order for a SUIT OR PANTS Sale Out-of-Town Men, Write for Samples, Measur- ing and Fashion ........Booklet. hall and basket hall, but are making any plans for a school petition until after the field spurts i unthinking, but with great trust anil: have faith in tlic Czar. Every inovu that; is made, lie it forward .or backward, j will lie entirely satisfactory to the people if they know the Czar is at' the head. In reality, the Grand is still actively in charge of not No More No Less campaigns. and Iluel: Kishcr SI. l.onis llcCnlic Kniegor. Second game: St. Louis......... Nou- York.............. t 5 Tillmaii and Scveroid; Russell and Detroit ...............13 I" 4 riilladf.'jlihia 8 5 Uulnic, Bolanil, Covylyski and Stallage, Baker; AVyckoff and Lapp. Chicago............... 0 r, 2 Washinston............ 2 9 0 Ben2 and Schalk; Gallia and Ifenr3p. Cleveland 2 5 2 Hoston............... -1 Jones and O'Neii'i; Leonard and Tlionuia. Second game: Cleveland.............. 1 ii 2 Boston............... T S Mitchell anil O'Xeill; foster and Cady. im-l "The Russians say that if only the! day French and Hritisli' were content to j hold the Hermans on the west, and j The rollowim. officers were elected: I Rive the Russians: the munitions iic- .cessary, t icv could the leu-. Boys' A.A. tona jn- no tinic 3Iimit.iOIls js j President, Jlillanl llobison "Ist their iirrcat need. They have the men, I Lyle Fairlnirst.; sec- o[ nussia can. put i ond vicc-prosMenl, Victor Giliirs ;nore secretary-treasurer, Higin i: toi h Cl XII. Girls' A.A. "Russia is reallv a wonderful coiin- Presiilent, Leah oung urst vicc-jtn. am, jt js lo realjze a WOI1. president, Hazel K'ctli second development the war is; It is u vast country. Great stretches of it are fertile just as these western prairies 'are, and! scarcely as yet. In iact, the natural resources of the coun- try are only scratched so far. "1 am as confident that the Rus- sians will turn the tide as 1 am that j T am here said ilr. Per-1 kins. "1 have a business in Galicia that means thousands of dollars to j me. I don't know whether it is there i yet or not, but I am not worrying about it. 1 know that I will have the opportunity later o! building it up again." 'British Optimistic Speaking on conditions in Kngland, Mr. Perkins said the munition plants j na i ice-, president, .Jessie Robison secretary- treasurer, Davina Sang; representa- L i lives, IX. Eslhsr Bonnell, IX. Com. 0 1i.M. Wellington, X. Margaret Dieseth, auli X. Com. Fiances 1'ortcr, XI. Mona Ford, Xll. Frances Uunsworth. EX1G1PUYEI IS 'J'hat Jack Smith, outfielder ior the Regina Red Sox of the Western Can- ada league in-19H, and playing ia. same position for the Seattle j dcVrec" anil'" said the feeling geu- clnb of the Nor to western League this ,j _r HM.B, past year, is tliR most promising! .Q voiineHter in the. minors, is the state-! iincnt of blddic Herr, scout for the i O. T rif.r-Ainnlu IPAAin Inf? This is our offer We will Make You a Suit of Clothes or an Overcoat, in the Fall Styles, 1915, for our regular price, from any cloth in the shop, and we will give you an Extra Pair of Pants into the bargain. This privilege is good for Friday and Saturday, September 24 and 25 were speeding up now to a remark- club of the Northwestern League this j of Tlie pec- lavc come to realize that the ish Empire has accomplished the tssible, in raising nearly four 328 Fifth Street South St. Louis Cardinals. Eddie lias tour- active service. That all i _ rhicaso St. Louis Kewavlt City Buffalo Brooklyn Baltimore FEDERAL w. ____: '711 .....'SO SI L. 01 64 (J7 liil fill 78 as .518 .500 .477 Eatllmore..... ri s St. Louis........ -t 3 Connelly" and Hiissell; Davenport and Hartley. Second Baltimore.............. 0 6 3 St. Louis S 3 1 .LeClalr and Owens; Crandell and Chapman. Brooklyn.......- Kansas City Rhiejaclcet and Smith; and Enzenroili.. from coast to coast looking over the phenoms, but at the' close of the .season comes 'out with tlic above statement, which wilV be received with pleasure by Western Canada league fans and friends of Smitli. Smith the -leading fence hiistcr of the Northwestern league. His batting average- was .331. He led in three-base hits with Ifi, and two-base hits with 36 anil has three home runs to his credit. According to Hcrr. Smith will develop into a star. He is built along the lines accepted as a most remarkable feat and indicative of the great de- termination of the. empire to aid in winning the war. Mr. Perkins spoke, too, oi the great respect held for General Joftre, the French commander, who, he believes, will go down into history as one of the fighting general. He is a man who cannot be hurried, but knows what he is about. Of his mission to Lethbridge par- ticularly, Mr! Perkins declined to speak. It is known that he is inter- in watching the development of IM L_ Bcscher, and Hen- says he is faster; ihe ficWs of fcha souUl than Speaker; Smith will report 10: the Cardinals spring. Seven other major league clubs bid for the youngster, but Herr was on the job ahead of his rivals, and by tact and promises envcigled Presideat Dugdale of the Seattle club into mak- ing a dej- Incidentally Kcgina, he played last year, gets half of the money paid, thanks'to Charlie Stis, the manager. .1 10 S IS Hennins GRAND BuffalL. I Pittaburs r 0 Audors'-n and Klalr; Burger Berry. CIRCUIT FURNISHED BIG SURPRISE PARTY V 4 '1 called, darkness, lleulbacb and Huphr Prendergast and Wilson. Ohio, Sept. Circuit-racing Tuesday over the Col- and uinbus track brought into prominence Mary Putney, a three-year-old. -With JIcMahbn as lier'driver, the filly o took in straight 'heats the Horse Re- view futurity, for which there were IT shifters. Beroclr was- expected to win. GOTHIC THE NEW ARROW COLLAR IT FITS THE CRAVAT [COTUND GET WHAT YOU WANT Bv Securing YourTichrtOwtr'nie DOKUDSONUl VETERAN GOING GOOD AMES Tlic veteran twirler, who was. reltas- -by York to Cfncinnnti, and later to (lie St. has been grand bull for-IMggins. Ames is ono of the oldest boxition in the big leagues not in a position to talk.of his mis- sion in Umt rogarti. MUCH ADLER-I-KA USED .IN LETHBRIDGE It is reported-Ivy J. D. Higinbotliam Co., Limited, that much Adler-t-kp, in People have found out that ONE SPOONFUL of this simple buckthorn bark and gly- cerine mixture relieves almost ANY CAiSE'of constipation, sour or gassy stomach. It is so powerful that it is used successfully in appendicitis. ONE ai IN CITE) after you take it the gasses rumble antl pass out. It Is perfectly safe to use and cannot gripe. Salt Tells Story on Stand (CoATiJftTED FKOM FRONT next day he Horwood he would not go "through with it. Then Hor- wood persuaded him to alter the fig- .ures in the original book. The following morning Horwood suggested to Salt that he take a holi- provided him with ex- pense money. Salt said he had stated thac he would not swear to any fig- ures in the book before the public ac- counts committee. j Salt left for Minneapolis, Horwood having- assured him that in two or threes-weeks the public accounts com- mittee would be through and things would have blown over. He stayed in Minneapolis three days, and went to Madison, later going to Chicago. He had written Horwood that he would soon he short of funds; and in reply to this his chief, W. A. Elliott, came down, introducing himself as "special representative of the government." Fixed the Liberals "Ellidtb continued the wit- ness, "that the Liberals had accept- ed from Kcly as an -insur- ance fund and would have to the inquiry. Later he called me into corridor and got serious, and said he really came down to ask me to go hack." Salt Elliott as 'describing, a council, meet-ing Jie attended at which were present Sir Kodinond, Kelly-and expresse' where it was not possible for -the .re- lief to get. Thompson and McLeod. got relieved. A few hours latex, ear- ly on Sunday, morning, that came up broke and retired, and near- ly one hundred of us were left on opinion that unless Salt came PROSPECTIVE CHAMPIONS OF N.L HAVE MANY CAST-OFFS If (he Philadelphia club cornea through with the pcnrmnfc of the Na- tional league, the. victory will be gained by. the -oddest collection of -ast-ofis that ever got logother. Most LUDERUS NEAR TOP First Baseman Luderus ed too green and awkward for Cubs and chucked in as boot the in a deal. Now ranging round the top of National league batting list and play- a great fielding game. Second Baseman Niehoft Canned by Washington as unable to hit; traded oft by the Reds as lacking spirit and agility. Playing class A of the Phils have at one time or an- other been tossed in as "hoot" in tr dcs others Iva'vo been chased luther and thither, turned down re- peatedly and classified aH dead ones; some of the most reliable of Put _. men have LMII shooed away ball for Pat Moran, both on .second when they wauled and yet this and at the. bat. he A of flotsam and ictsam, assem-! 'Outfielder Whitted Thrown in as bled under one -.banner, can play boot in a trade between St. Louis ball and win large lloclis of and Boston; eagerly chucked away games by Hoston ns jrnrt payment for Sher- Uerc's the way the Philadelphia' wood Magce one oi .the most valu- pLiyers Iiavc bucil' passed along tlie 'able cogs in the Moran machine -to- hi3 during their j day, and. playing a spirited game in Third Haseman Hyrne Traded by in all departments. St.- Louis to PittoJurg traded by Utility Man Diigcy Thrown in as PitUburg to Philadelphia. boot in .the Magfit1. trade. BY -JOR TINKKU I Third Baseman Stock: Checked Becker .Iks been with! as boot 'by the Giants in the deal to Hoston, New York Cincinnati Loherl. he could not "carry the thing through, as some of his own members might go back on him.-' It 'was decided to send Elliott down to "take Satt back, or ii he declined to return, to get him to go farther away. "It "said Salt, "that if I 'went back I would swear to 'the figures in the book." Salt re- fused to return and Elliott gave him telling him that if he would return he could name his own price and get or Ordered to Stay Away About midnight that night -Salt said he met M. M. Hook, of the pro- vincial architect's department, Winni- peg, who gave him instructions from Horwood that he was not to return j to. Winnipeg under any circumstanc-; es. Hook handed him S300, making received up to this time arid, the next day Elliott and Hook both j left" j Continuing his story Salt declared that a few days later lie returned to Minneapolis and sent Iiook( a tele- gram that lie was coming hack litre. The next day Hook arrived at Minne- apolis, sent by II or wood to tell him, not to return until the royal com-! mission was' appointed. Hook- sug-. gested that Salt go to Washington and to New York and gave him an-! other Salt preferred the and the next day left for Denver, via; Omaha. back'' rounded. lasted until Sunday night gbout 8 "Kaput." AIv but trust it will-be all right by time T get back, T do. 8 p.m., 'when we were 'y. left leg bothers me yet the Say 'hello' to all the The letter was untouched. For the information of any 'friend; of Adair in Lethbridge the address on the letter is as follows Prisoner of War W. H. Adair, 20291, Keanbahnn Camp, Lager 2f 13lock 1, Room 10, near Muastcr, Westphalia, Germany i SERIES CHjFEDS EAGER TO GET INTO 'Chicago, 111., Ins 'Mayor-William Hale Thompson's success as a mediator in, the recenC- street car strike, Chicago-Federal gue laus are to petition ;tu use his good offices in aa effort to-ln- duce organized baseball to permit tlya Federals to participate-in the ing .city series Brakeman Adair Prisoner of first letter from a prisoner'of war in Germany has arrived in Maclcod. The letter was reraived by T. II. Hewitt from Brealanan W. H. Aciaiiv ivho was widely 'ami-popularly, known' in .Mac- lend and Lsthhridgc as ''Irish" Adair. Adair belonged to ItUli Batta- lion and was taken prisoner during the iampus Langhcmarcq battle, ai- 11 fer apparently being in live T! le-g. He says "On April 1 24 tli Sonny McLeod, Harry Thorn n-! others. 'Volun- finally got the Iiook from Jco Tinker. this sJasdn'. Pitcher Chalmfrs Released by this Outfielder. Cravafh: Ilirc-.l and litod, '.same I'liilailclpliia cHib as cripplrd by 'ears and years ago, by l-lic Red fa lamo arm worked back into years Ko.v, White Kox and classified as a hippo tor. speed and with Giants. (Hants let him out at! tho start, of the season as excess uncertain at the bat and in tlic field, .baggage, and lie returned to his old i Backbone'of the Philadelphia, club (club, where he has pitched as good now, anil the dread- of all hos-j ball as be ever did. Ule. pitchers...... Seine those I "THF. FACE IN THE 'MOONLIGHT-' 5 Reels FRIDAY 'AND SATURDAY OFPHEUM OBACCO for the OMMIES in the RENCHES GALA EVEXT OF THE SEASON UNDER AUSPICESOF THE I. O. P. GARDEN PARTY Saturday, September 25 AFTERNOON AND EVENING, AT THE En POLICE BAKKACKS. LETHBRIDGE AFTERNOON PROGRAIVIME prom 2 'to fi o'clock Tennis and Gqlf Tennfs Tournament open to all the chibs .of the city fiolf Clock .Tournament. Prizes offered in 'both'events- Two performances of Afternoon Tea will .be sorved: continuously. EVENING PROGRAMME Dan'ce in; the H. N. -W. M. f. Mess K'oora. Tickets 50 cU. Tickets will lin limited to the aluslc .fur- nished by'the Police. :A performance of Ihe'Pierrots the grounds free. entire proceeds will De dcvotrd to the Tobaccp Fund for KING ;