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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY H E It A L P New Fall __ Collars WILLIAMS. GREENE ROME CO. gj BENDER SUES FEDS--ANOTHER RECORD BROKEN BY TY' COBB tlsmi-g, Pa.. Sept, 23.-Charles record of the Chief) a i by -Milan of Washington SulX'wh- ycir'Jiaycd with i'" has stolen 89. Baltimore club of the Federal u'cpcrrri v league, today filed suit in court here I RED SOX PERFECTLY araliist the'Federal League of Pro- fessional Hascball Clubs, ashing judg- j inent for which he claims is dm- him on a contract for his scr- Boston. Mass., Sopt, Tho vices Ii- his petition Header alleges I Sox. probable pennant winners in .he that'he signed a contract lor two j American leasifo this year, wi.-i go into vears at hut recently he was j nest season virtually unchanged. 1 re- unconditionallv released. The I'itls-! sidcnt j. .1. Lannin said today that he hum Federal" icai'ue club and the i did not bid for a single player in tne HlilMo Federal league club, playing i draft recently held at Cincinnati. Ine ilierc todav, were made the garnislicss team, he added, "is a perfect playing in the suit. proposition as now constituted. PAGE THREE SATISFIED AND DI NOT TRY THE DRAFT Tho 'bowling alleys "Y" wi open for tonliilil from 7 to 10 o'clock, and pin boys vvil'i lie in at- tendance. Howling, as imrt ol' the As- sociation programme, has inucli to recommend it, both exercise and social Intercourse, beins a truly, so- cial game, also providhr.; muscular ex- orcise without any objectionable fea- tures. The Y.M.C.A. alleys arc in first- class condition, and in all probability !he giimo will be stroiiKer than ever tills season, as iirovcd to be one of the 'most sucri-sslul inn-suits al the association last winter. W'VNT ALIOX TO PITCH Chic-iso Sent 23 -'Evert- mail IJHCJKO, Miu. -.3. L, op Boston, however, has five players considered regular members ol t, win bc lor ll" V' Uid IpL-, o places next year. These are Pennock, .Mics andoope., handrr, in the m world's scries in which, tin- writers convinced, the Philadelphia club will be one of Hie teams. NO DK.UTB UY lUCD SOX lloston, llass., Sept. lied er. and Kiioiten, an outfielilcr. They were- sent to the Providence, R.I., In- ternationals dnrinir tho season, and recalled. They are now with the Bos- ton' club, and probably will be.used to lighten the task of the men who ex- Brooklyn Cincinnati Dell, Smith and Millet Schneider and Wingo. Uoston I 3 Pittsburg 4 Nehcf and Whaling Kantlehciicr and Gibson. Philadelphia 0 Chicago li Mayer and Burns, Adams phrcy and Archer. Second Philadelphia K Chicago 02o Called in eighth, darkness. Chalmers and Hums'; Zabel and Bresiiahan. Sox, iirnbalile pi'iimint winners in tho to to facc the i American IcaRUC this year, will phiiadelnhia National's in the world's litiln next season virtually unchanged. nj..t President J. Launm today that he (lid not bid for a single play- cr in the draft recently held at Cin- cinnati. "The he added, "is a per- lK! called .upon to face the _ Natit series month. DUNDEE AND MANDOT BOX TEN-ROUND DRAW fect-playiuy proposition as con- stituted." COHU STEALS 89TII BASE Chicago, Sept. Cohb's stol- en base during the Detroil-l'hiiadel- phia game yesterday gives him the AMERICAN w. Boston Detroit 91 Chicago 8" Washington 73 New York........... St. Louis Ii3 Cleveland 55 Philadelphia -10 Pet. .678 .041 .582 -.5BO .4-18 ;432 .377 .280 Delroit 4 H" 5 sishington .........11 3 Covaleski, Roland, Boehler and Stanagc; Johnson and Williams. ChicaRo'................- J J Philadelphia lu Cicotte and. Slayer Richardson and McAvojr. Second Chicago ,........12 W J Philadelphia 5 11 3 Ilnsscll and Schalk Turner, Crow- ell, Sherman and Lapp and McAvoy. Cleveland.................. -ISO New York 1 -1.3 Garrett and O'Neill Vance and Alexander. St. Louis 8 n 3 Boston -1 10 Koob and Agncw, Uuth, Gregg, Graily. and Haley. FEDERAL V. L. Pet. Pittsburg SO 62 .503 Chicago 82 Ho .538 St. Louis 83. 67 .503 Kansas City 75 70 .518 Newark 76 71 .517 Buffalo '4, -300 Brooklyn 72 79 .477 Baltimore 4li 100 -315 2 for 2Sc IT FITS THE'CRAVAT New New York, N.Y., Sept. [Johnny Dundee of New York and Joe .Mnndot of New Orleans fought ten fast rounds at Bbbetta Field, Brook- lyn, tonight, to a Dundee weighed 13614 pounds and JIandot 131 Through clever infighting, Joe Aze- vedo of San Francisco had the better of Frankie Callahan of Brooklyn, in ten rounds. Azevedo weighed 135 pounds and Callahan ISC'.i. CLARKE'S FAREWELL Pittshurg, Pa., Sept. Fred Clarke played his last, game of baseball in the National league, Thurs- day, and his team defeated Boston, 8 to 4. Clarke was presented with a bounrl book'containing the names of several thousand Pittsbiirs friends and the players gave him an eight-day clock. One of the most interesting films have been slionn in this city was shown Last and to- niKht at Starland, tic scenes in and around the hua- Ford Aulo- Tobile !''actory at F..rd, Ontario were shown. They are so distinct I that the spectator imagines himself Ucl-iallv b'Mni; conduct ?d through- the factory a.nct viewing tie machines, themselves. One first sees the inrninp, ot the front axle and crank shaft. A hup steel hammer descends upon the white hot metal, and the is forged be- fore our eyes. The average person does not oCten appreciate the cars and precision ne- cessary in the manufacture of front and rear axles. Some idea of their internal mechanism can he gained by seeing the various parts assembled in this picture. The film is shown for the last time tonight. ASSISTANT EYE-WITNESS Ottawa, Ont., G. Roberts, the well-known novelist, has been appointed asistnnt eye-wit- ness to Sir Max Aitken. At the out- break of the war, Roberts volunteer- ed with the Canadian forces. Ho fought at Ypres, where he was pro- moted to be a lieutenant and then ga- zetted captain. WON'T AGAINST ALLIES Toronto, Ont., Sept. Bulgarians declare they will not re- turn to their country to fight against Russia. They wauld go if it was a case of their "native country declaring war on Turkey. men L o are used ose shave count it a necessity, and for it daily sacrifice much precious Gillette Safety Razor is a friend indeed. Its strokes are so free and velvet-smooth that at first you f can scarcely realize how clean a job it is making. With it you can finish shaving while you would be getting an ordinary razor stropped, of waiting for the call of A turn ot the handle adjusts the Gillette for the lightest shave on a tender skin or the closest work on a heavy beard. It is always adaptable to the moment's need, and always ready stropping or honing. Wherever there is soap and water, it will shave you with safety, comfort and despatch. Don't go on wasting time and missing a itte Safety Razor "Aristocrat" and Standard Sets V Pocket Editions to Sets up. At Drug, Jewelry and Hardware Stores everywhere. Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited Office and Gillette Bldg., Montreal. 63 Dr. Jas. Douglas, New York, who is spoken of as a probable successor to the. late Sir Sanford Fleming as l-hancellor of Queen's university, Kingston, Ontario, has offered a'gift of to jUcGrill university to- ward the cost of erecting a student's residence. The death of John Campbell re-: moved one of the most widely known residents of the Cheltenham district. He was in his year. Buffalo 1 J St. Louis..................ti 8 0 Emkc lilair Davenport and Hartley. Brooklyn 0 3 3 Chicago ..............t 35 0 Falkeiibcrg and Land Bailey and Fiseher. Newark ...................1 7 4 Pittsburg 200 Moran and Itariden Roggc, Dick- eon .and O'Connor and Berry. Baltimore 7 111 Kansas .City !1 13 5 Black, I.cClair and Owens Cullop, :Johnson and Brown. SASKATCHEWAN- AND RUGBY STARTING Mooie Jaw Mlllera to Tackle Regina v Rough Riders on Saturday Today will sec the openeing Babies ot" rugby played in bolh prov- inces to the east" of us. The Saslnit- chewnn union' will with Raines between the Moose Jaw Miners r.mi the Regina Rough Riders, the tal- ler team at present being holders of 1 he Hugo Ross trophy, emblematic of the western 'Canada "jim .Lavender Isn't tho only no- lilt pitcher the remarked Chnrley Dryden. "Kai'1-Adanis hasn't hit all season. The ciphers waiting IIP his batting average In the Kimday paper make Him a nice I If be wcro BREWfeo FROrt CAHAOIAN BARlEr, PER CASE DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY 'satrijto .ntff THE PER CASE TODAY LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING CO., LIMITED PHONE 554 ;