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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HEIULP -D MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Completely Restored To Health By "Fniit-a-tives" B82 ST. V.iui-.u ST., MUNTWAI.. "In 1912, I was taken suddenly ill with Actile' Stomach' Trouble ami dropped in the strccl. 1 was treated liy several physicians, for nearly two years, and my might dropped from 223 pounds to 160 pounds. Then several of my friends advised mo to try "Fruit- I oegtttt ta using them, 1 'recovered from tho, distressing Blorniich SH.d all pain and Constipation were cured. 'Now. I weigh MS pounds. 1 ca'nnot' praise "I'ruit- u-tivcs" Jl. WHITMAN. 60o. a box, 0 for trial size, 25c. At ail dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit.. g-tives Limited, Ottawa. Cobb Beaten The First Time In Ten Years In The World of Sport HARD FOR BOUT WITH WEEKS THURSDAY lu Enter Ring Under Local Colors-Has Boxed Barrieau, An Old Opponent of Weeks, Twice and Shows Up Well-Weeks Here on Wednesday Bverv boxing fan 'in the c.ity and tar miles around has Thursday, Sept. 28th, marked In red on his calendar. He is not going 10 n litest the honors: Bill Lethbrhlsc is lucky. 1-rank .d-intell nils la enui Chicago, Sept. put an- other .'point between him and Cobb in the race for th'e American league bat- tine championship-tills week, and with Cobli's -concession pf the title may now be reckoned'the champion. It will bo since 1SOC that player participating in more than 50 games has outbit Cobb in the American league. The Georgian still leads in'stolen bases with against his record of 9fi for the whole season list year and also is 111 front in num- ber itt6burg hicago......... St. Louis 00 SATURDAY GAMES Alex-ah Iron Philadelphia, Sent- if Philadelphia won -both games against Cincinnati today, 7 to 3 and 4 to 0 In the'second-contest Alexan- der broke the major league'shutout established' this leason, when-he .pushed the mark t 15. !incinnati Alexander and Mosely.and Hnhn. Second Philadelphia llndnnati Alexander 3 Killiter; -7 -12-.-. i Shul 4'- I 0' 8 l Toney Lieut -Bell, son of Lieut.-0ol. W. Bell -Winnipeg, was killed in aoti Sept on the Somme front. He w 21 years old, was formerly attached the" Imperial Bank-staff, and was ed cated at St. John's "college and St. A college. .Lieut. Robert-Stac Rice, also of ..Winnipeg, was- kill Sept 15: He. was. S3.-years old-a had .completed, year-at the of Manitoba. "The Cold Storage Egg is" not always above suspicion., --Popular, imagin- ation ascribes great food value to it is a muscle-builder, there is more real body-building nutriment in a Shredded Wheat Biscuit than in the same eggs or beefsteak and- it costs'much less. Delicious-for any meal with sliced pe'aphes or with fruits of any kind. and Killifer; Moseley and Wingo. Oodgen Break Even Brooklyn, Sept. held the National league breaS today, winning the flfst game to 1, and losing the second, '4 to 1 In a game called at the jeventh on account ,6t darknesB Vaughn and Coombs ,liad a pitchers battle in the.flrst.ganje.'the Brooklyn vjteran weakening in In the second Pfelter was the most, ef fecttv'e pitcher and won bis. 23rd tory of the season. Brooklyn l. Vaughn and Wilson; Cqoinbs, pel and Miller. n Chicago 1 Brooklyn 4 t McCoonell, Prendergaat, Packard ft Wilson; Pfeffer and Meyer's. Qlantt Win NltntMB 'Straight New York, Sept. winnin two games from-St. Louis, 6 to 1-an 3 to 0 the New; York Nationals'wo nate Baker by one. Chicago was nabie to hit Shawkey in.the pinches. their nineteenth straight game; an now need only one to tie th eague record of 20 made b ProvidenceMn 1884. In'the Bret gam Tesreau had an easy time, after Ner York had batted out a three-ran lea In the llrst liming. In the game Benton biankea flie'visitors three hits. Hiin; brought .thy. secon to a'close after the seventh inning. si. 4, V v...v.-.. :and Tesreau and liarideh., Second ,'v St. Louis New York............ iv Amos and Goniales; Benton at Rarlden. Plttshurg, a "game, whicir'was darkness. .Neither Ragau nor H dolph, the 'Boston pitchers, allowed base on balls. _ 6 Boston 5 Mnmaux, Evans and Fischer, ner; SATURDAY GAMES Red Sox Bunch Hits Cleveland, Sept. ;ti mphed over Cleveland again today, 3. Mays was hit hard, but sens onal catches by Lewis and .Hoop it off three Cleveland runs. Bost( on by bunching hits In the secon hing, scoring four runs on Lew iple, Scott's double, Thomas' singi pass to Mays, Hooper's single a; anvrin's sacrifice Ay. Lewis ma iree singles and two triples in fl mes at bat. leveland 3 oston............ s H Lambeth, Morton. Coumbe. Gou nd O'Neill, Daly; Mays and Thorn Yanki Trim White Sox Chicago, Sept. pe ant hopes were given a setback ay, when New York won, T to hey now are three1 and one-ha WINS SECOND Before.the season started Pat Moran romised Grover Alexander a honus t if he would win 2S games this year. Alex won that thousand a month ago. But there was another housand dangling there for him -when ic increased his wins to 30. Saturday Alex the Great went out against Cincinnati and in the first game of the double-ieader ho drew iown the ?1000 with a- 7 to 3 win. Then, to show It wasn't a fluke, he went In and did the iron-man stunt n the second game, winning by the hut-out route, 4 to 0. Incidentally his list win of the season was his loth ihntout. This establishes a now shut- rat record which Will stand for many fears This year Alex equalled Jack Coombs' shut-out record of thirteen games in by beating Coombs limseif.- Since thon he has added two. Jreat-is Grover Cleveland Alexander! Ileveland won 5 to 3. Boston Ileveiahd........- l .'Leonard' and Carrigan, Thomas; Boehling, Bagby and O'Neill. Athletics Win One Philadelphia.......... 2 J St. Seibold'and Haley; Sisler and Hart- ley-, Second Philadelphia Louis .Parnham-and- Pieinich; Hartley. Tigers Victors 28 1 3 5 1 Koob and 'hey now are three1 and one-half ,jia-ms ames behind the league leaders. New- ------__ k won by bunching hits on" Rus- ell Pipp made his eleventh home un of the season and leads his team- 5 10 3 Gharrity; Ehmke and Stahage. White Sox Win New 1 J Cul'ov, Russell and Walters; Wit- Washington Jew York Chicago St.. Paul Milwaukee Le'field and demons; Slapnicka ano Shawkey'and'Waiters; Russell, Dan- orth, Benz and Lapp. Athletics Loie Another St Louis, Sept. Louis de- eated Philadelphia here today. 4 to In the seventh Hartley and Lavan ingled and advanced' on-Groom'a- sac- iflce. Haley threw to Dtf the throw WBB wild and iartley scored. Lavan. taking third. Shotton hit to R. Johnson, but Lavan to. the plate. Pratt put th'e' Ball into the right field bleach-. iii the; fourth and Schang did the aroe in the eighth. _ Philadelphia'... Hartley.' Senator! Bump Tigers Detroit, Sept. won its first local game of the season to- day, defeating Detroit .6 to 3. of Washington's runs were made on second inning. Jones pitchedVthe of the game for Da- Heilman made a home run in the second. Washington.......... J Detroit.............. 3 l" Gallia and Henry; James, Jones and Stanoge. SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland on Homer iCloveland, the bases fllled and one out in the; fifth' Kava- haugh today drove a grounder over third which' rolled into fair left Held The drive went for a homer, and 8 L Bilhoeter. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION GAMES 10 S Second gam St.. Paul Milwaukee 12 4 Jllwauivee -Uphani-and Shackleford DilhbefeiyStumpf. Columbus 2 8 1 Louisville 57 -0 Piehi Brack and' 'Coleman Luqus and Williams, 'Second, gam Columbus Louisville, fflerp and Billings. ndianapolis foledo 4 1.3 1 10 0 foieno Au ...Seaton and and Sweeney. Jndiariapplls 2 4 0 Tole'do 3 62 '-Riigge'irid Schang; McColl Wells. 3 Cooper and Fischer; llaean and Blackburn, Qowdy. and ,1 4 _. o 2 5 0 Lalonge; Schauer, Pal- n A Tip for the Soldier Lads Take the advice of seasoned chaps. They will tell you that the secret of keeping fit and hearty is an occasional piece of THE PERFECT GUM It's the best little refreshment a soldier vcan carry. The sealed package keeps it always full-flavored, fresh dean. The delicious I mint-s flavors-sweeten the prevent f acid f mouths and: make smoking doubly enjoyable. It cleanses the teeth, aids appetite and digestion? Two Write Jr. Co., Toronto, for face copy of quaint "MOTBER GOOSE" book illuitrated in colon. MADE TN CANADA Chew H after every meal C37 In ten years trespassers have Pat Dillon, 200-pounder, of Wilming .been killed oa Unite'd States ton, Del., wants his 100-pound'daughter nished for beating him. POCKET BILLIARD EXHIBITION The-Iowa Expert JACOB SCHLEISMAN play the best player in Lethbridie in an exhibition game .1 At THE. PASTIME 331 5th St. S., ADMISSION FREE Bau'm and Sopulveda; Ryan Bassler. Portland. Oakland Sothoron, Hagermau. 5 11 0 and Roche; Prough, Martin and .Vann. Second Portland 8 n -J Oakland.......... 1 7 J Noyes and Martin, White and Vnnn. afuMis'Cty v ..Will'iaiiis-ahd Oweiis; Crutcher and Hargfave. .Second-game (called 4 9 3 Kaiisaa City 2 williamsfand Land; Humphries and '.SUNDAY GAMES ..........13 ..V-ll Su 'ae Hess and. Mltze; Fittery, Kl lawijttjr, Eyajiis and Hannah, Fifst' gatae (.10: 0 ler. en d Brooks', '.Zabcl and Bass- San FrancUco Los. Angeles.., l. (Special to the, Hefjild) Rajmond, Sept. morn ng Raymond members of the 17otlK battalion left Calgary.-having been called in front harvest- leave by tele- gram. Relatives and friends assembled at the depot to say the last farewells and tho .parting was very touching. This will be the final visit of the boys to Raymond before departing on their unknown destination. Those who left were Privates Mehew, J. Gilbert, G. Gilbert, Lightfoot, Howard, Wm Howard, P Robaon, J. Wright, Rouse and B, Dayis. Pte. George Bax- ter of Magrath was also on the train. It Is likely that a string, of .Raymond horses will.be seen, meet to be held at Victoria >P.ark, Calgary, on-Thanksgiving Day. (Tire manage- ment of the meeting has' been in corn- mttnication with local' race Horse men for weeks, and.it is very prob able that Charley Kinsey, De Loss Lund and ;Meeks Bros." will n string ;ot< their' beat .horses. THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIGHT is that every garment cashed with it bears the f mpress of purity; a purity bejotten of .wtet. y cleansing oils, and maintained.by absolute lincss in manufacture; a punty co-operation of workers united forthe purpose, a purity demonstrated by the .which rests upon every bar of UNLIGHTAI'i A fir cm IIOM 5c. Uvw on Sow II ot Purliy EiccttlMt. lis ,-tfSl ;