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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THRER; THE LETHBfUDGE I DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1915 SECTION HERALD .NTS MAKE NEW RECORD BY WINNING 21 STRAIGHT NATIONAL Won SI 8U 58 S-l 89 112 Pot. .liOG .5811 '.503 AM (From Our Own OH-ivbiHtmltiiiO Barons. Sept. W. D. An Remaining Games of Leaders Philadelphia. 3; New York, 4; Chicago, 3; total. 10 games. able, who '-has conducted u ganeral j Brooklyn, 3; Bos- mercantile business in what is locally j known as the big store for the past three or four years, has sold his stock and fixtures lo Mr. Freeman of Mac- leod. who is new conducting the busi- ness. Mr. Amiable lias also been con- ducting the agency for McLaughlin rars and wo. understand that for the Immediate future lib will give his at- tention to that. accord to Mr. Freeman a cordial welcome to our town that, he may prosper In 'his new venture. .Mr. Annablo's In "his new venture. .r. nna in line rasmoii Btorn staff will continue 111 the employ] belters at thei Philadelphia. 6; 'New York. Pitlsburg. 2; total.1 12 games. New Record by Giants Xew York. Sept: winning another double-header from St. Louis here today. 1 lo 0 and r, lo 2. Ihe New York Giants won their 21st straight victory and created a new record for successive victories in major league baseball. Schupp and Perrltt twirled in line fashion and had the St. Lnnis ir mercy. of Mr. Freema... A! -iT meeting of the Consolidated School Board on-Friday evening a committee was appointed to retain counsel lo represent the board al Ihe bearing in connection with the injlinc- __. tlon restraining Uiora. from enlarging I Xew York the school. Lotz and A report is-circulating that booze; nariden. is being sold in town. We do not linow whether this is'lnie or not. The evidence is'two or three tipsy men. Mr. and Mrs. J. Blackwood and Mr. St. Louis tin- York.......... Meadows and Gouzales Rariden. Second SI. Louis f and a 1 G. B. Moir motored lo Calgary yes- Gon7.ales; Brooklyn Comes Down First game (10 Chicago BOWLING SEASON TO OPEN SAT. Lethbridge's bowling season starts off with a hang Saturday night, when the Dominion Alleys open under the 191647 management. The cackle of the pins will be merry music in the ears of the bowling hngs who all see visions of rolling the perfect score the first time out. The Dominion Alleys have been put good shape tor (he first time in two years. They have all been scraped and re-surfaced, and are fast as light- ning. The walls of the big room have all been kalsouiined and the sur- roundings are pleasant. Bowling has been more or leas dead In Lcthbridge for a couple of years, but it promises to come back with a bang this season. Several teams are likely to be arranged and a bowline league with a fixed schedule is more than a mere possibility. The alleys have a good supply of new pins, and a set of good balls. It will be your own fault if you can't mark up enough strikes and spares to suit your fancy. DOPING OUT THE CHANCES IN THE MAJOR LEAGUE RACES Everything Shaping Up Well For The Curtain Raiser On Thursday Eve Brooklyn Lavender, Packard, Vaughn 0. G. Pybus-goe., to Calgary son; Cheney. Smith. Dell and Meyers, this week as representative of the Second game- __ COKTIKUED FBONT of Lethbridgo district, on business in connection with the social service de- partment of MORAN-FULTON MATCH New York. Sept. Moran and -Fred Fulton will fight a ten-round bout liere on October. 12th under an agreement announced today. This will be the iii'St -heavyweight match of the Morah already is in lighting Brooklyn 4 12 2 Hendrix and Wilson: Marqnard. and Meyers. Two for Boston Pittsburg Ji Boston.............. '2 f; Grimes and W. Wagner; Tyler and! condition and it is understood that he wiir only two weeks to.-pre-jrjowily. pare tor the Fulton match. Fulton' will'come to New York next week to begin training. Blackburn. Second Pittsburg...... Boston Boys' Pony G. Dubuc; 2, W. C. Robinson. Open Saddle Osborne; 2, S. G. Broil. Double Driving M. Mac'- ;eod; 2, J. .W. Harwood. The bucking contesl was won by A. Ecklaud. Following are Ihe chief prize win- oson...... TJamanx anil Klschaiy; and For Piles Pyramid Pile Treatment Is Used At Home and Has Saved a Vast Number from the Horror of Operation Don't permit a dangerous operation until on have een what Pyramid Pile Treatment can do for you in the privacy of your own home. Philadelphia Won Easily P 7 Philadelphia.......... 4 10 AMERICAN Won -Lost 87 fiO 80- lid' 85 -'.'66 71 73 ri 118 78 7fi 73 83- -220 Boston Chicago Detroit New York St. Louis Cleveland Washington Philadelphia Remaining Games of Leaders New York; 4; phia, 3. Total, 7 games. St. Louis, 3. 'Total, games. j 4 games.' liers in the exhibition: Horses Thoroughbred, 1 year old A. Eckland. Standard Bred Stafford. Clydesdale McLean. Clydesdale'Brood Eck- land iNand 2. Clydesdale, 2 year old Eckland. Clydesdale Eckland, 1 and 2. Light Brood Robbins. Light Gelding or Filly, 2 .year J. Dapper 1, H. I-avesseur 2. Heavy Draft Brood Mo- .and i Lean. .517 Heavy Draft McLean. .516 j Heavy Draft Mare or McLean. Heavy Draft, 2 years v Pel. .591 .5T3 .516 .50' '.500 Plunkettl, A. McLean 2. Remember Piles No case "can be called hopeless un- less -Pyramid Pile Treatment has been tried and-has-failed. Letters by the score from people who believed their cases in our files. They fairly breathe the joy of the writers. Test pyramid Pile Treatment your- self Either get-a from your druggist or mall the cou- pon below right away for a perfectly, free, New York Chicago FREE TRIAL COUPON PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY, 528 Pyramid Bids.: "Marshall, Mich. Kindly send be a Free sample of Pyramid Treatment, in plain .wrapper.' Name Street.............................. City State '7 '0 7' VI Beebe, Boston Took Last One I Boston.............. Cleveland............ Ruth and Thomas; .Smith, Gould and O'Neill, Deberry. Detroit 8 J o o Ayers and Williams; Jones, Dubuc and Stallage. Heavy Draft, 1'year Me Lean'1, H. -Levasseur 2. Agricultural Filly or Gelding, three years D. Plunkett. Agricultural Filly or Gelding, one year D. Plunkett. Total, 41." General Purpose Filly or years Austin. General Purpose Filly or Gelding, 1 year Wathorst. Last Game to Chicago 5 10 Not since Jack Taylor was start- ing out on his wrestling career here while a cop on the local police force, has so much interest been shown in the boxing or wrestling sport as is being display- ed in the Weeks-Mantell contest here on Thursday evening in the Majestic-Theatre. There are many fans in the city who have seen Weeks and Barrieau hook up at the coast, and they are not averse to telling their friend fans what to expect. Seats were put. on sale yester- day at Medley's and Shorty Le Blano's and quite a block was sold out during the day. The preliminaries for the main contest will be amateur affairs, with the object of developing the younger talent in the city. Young Sadowlkl, who won the amateur championship cup at the amateur boxing festival here two years ago, will appear. A good boy has been found to go against him. Jud Foley of Milk River Is com- ing up with a bunch of fans from the south country, and It is pos- sible hi may go on for a three- round go with one of the local middles. Another go is being ar- ranged -between a couple of the belt of the local talent, making nine rounds In all in the prelimi- naries. These are all being arranged so there will be no long tedious waits in between. An .orchestra will be on the job to keep the crowd in good humor every min- ute up to nine o'clock, when the gong rings for the main event of the evening. After that there will .be lexcltement enough. The mayor and commissioners 1 have been Invited to be present and will .occupy a box. They are out to encourage good clean box- ing and they expect .to see It on Thursday. The Lethbridge Sports and Amusement -Club Is at one. with the city officials in the mat- ter of keeping the sport clean, '-and will sec to It that everything -staged under their auspices is strictly on the square. ileifer, J. A.' Scott'l and 2. _ Milch A. Ross 1, J. A. Scott Milcli Heifer, 2 years Hen: dersou 3. _ Milch Heifer, I year Hes: lop 1, R. Henderson BIG LABOR SPORTS AND STAMPEDE SET FOR THANKSGIVING DAY The Trades and Labor Coun- cil Is busy warming up interest in the postponed Labor Day athletic sports program and stampede to he held on Mon- day, October 9th. Thanksgiving Day. Hyssop Bros., who are ill charge of the stampede, an; ready to go right out and do their share, while the sports program promises to be well contested. A number of the 78th Battery are training up lor Ihe events which ought to be fast. A good share of the proceeds will go to the Patri- otic and Red Cross funds. -O On Thursday. September 28til. the series that should settle the National league championship will starl in Brooklyn, the Superbas meeting Phila- delphia in a three-game tilt. -If Phllo- Women Know that they cannot afford: to be ill. They must keep themselves in the best of health at all times. Most of all. the digest- ive system must be kept in good working order. Knowing the importance of this, many women have derived help from delphla is able to win two out of three the teams should practically be on wTnait ch-ancrio Women find that relieving thd illc ntvimnrlir These safe, sure, vegetable pills. quickly right the conditions mat cause headache, languor) constipation and biliousness.' They are free from habit-form-. ing drugs. They do not irrif tate or weaken the bowels. lies will have tne neuer iui nixm-u ,.uUL. win Ihe pennant as Brooklyn closes! small ills promptly, the season with four games against fte development of big ihe fiiKi.gning Giants, while the Phil- They depend on Beecham'3 Pills to tone, strengthen and Keep Tkem Well Lt Hart Leech, son of J. Hillyard Leech K C., Winnipeg, and nephew of Capt. (Dr.) Leech, Taber, has been badly wounded while serving at the front. lies play "Boston, and Hie Braves seem to havo hit a slump. Unless there is some unprecedented upset, however, tile final series should decide the National league champion- ship. American League Schedule in the American league the world- champion Boston team, which- already has a good lead, plays today against Cleveland, at Cleveland, and then goes home for a four-game series with the Yankees. Chicago, runner-up, plays, with trie Yankees again today and j then opens a four-game series with Cleveland, at Cleveland. The Detroit! Tigers, who are practically.out of thoj pennant chase, will play Washington I today and a defeat will definitely put them out of the rnmiing. Dircdieo "lib Ererr Bo1 Special Vllu to IB bin. 25 ;i (CONTINUED FBO.V PACE) In the filters proper, IIr. Jewell fur- nishes only 10S4 square feet total su- perficial area while the others furnish 3440 square feet superficial area. This, would indicate that other fillers would be able lo take eare of about one-half more water. About the only plan that would justify the city to accept this filter is that it would be built by the contractor on the. basis lot the entire responsibility for cost 'and perfect and satisfactory operation devolving on the contractor unlil the plan had been" tried out at least, six months, and during the period of our worst turbidity in the source of our water supply, the Old -Man River. This I would not be very satisfactory to eith er party and as said before would make Mr. Jewell a favored hiddei which would be unfair to the others. Notwithstanding- that Mr. Jewells bid is as against the Roberts Filter Mfg. Co.'s bid of it is not as good an Initial-proposition as the latter for the reasons already giv- en in this report. Yours truly, (Sgd.) W. D. L. Hardie Mayor. General Purpose Wathorst. Horses Under Saddle and Harness Single Driver to Stafford 1, H, Watson 2. Team to W. Harwood 1, M. Macleod 3. Ladies Driving, ability of drivers only to count Miss Henderson. Miss Plunkett 2. Agricultural Team to Cyr Levasseur 2. Four horse Team to pyr. Saddle Mare or Gelding C. S Jlllch S. Heslop'2. C. Miller 1, H Levasseur made a clean-up iu the beef cattle, class, taking six firsts and. live- seconds. Swirie Sow under one Levasseur Sheep Fat Sheep, any Levas- seur .1 'and 2- Grains and Grasiei Spring and Carl- -HSl'.'Love and-'wallers; Cicolle or Gelding-H. Walh- and Lapp. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 4; Kansas city 1. Minneapolis Milwaukee 0. Only games scheduled. EARL OF ESSEX DEAD London, Sept. Earl of Es- sex was found dead in--bed today at Newmarket. He had been ill for-some time. The seventh, of -Essex, George Devere Capell, was. 59; years old.- He was a large iue about acres., orst 1, Wm. Cruickshanks 2. Boys' Ecklahd 1, G. Du- UGirls' Eckland 1, H. Wa- thorst 2. Cattle Shorthorn Levassenr. Holstein 'Henderson. Ball under 2 Tench 2. Sheaf-Spring Wheat-C. S. Tench l.llalion. Sandgren and Carlson 2. _ Sheaf Kail C. .S. Tench 1 Sheaf and Carl- 1 and 2. Henderson .1. with calf at foot or In H. Heifer, under 2 years R. Hender- n. Ayrsliires, Bull under 2 J.1 A. -Scoft. Cow, J. A. Scott, 1 and 2. son. 'Sheaf and Carlson. Peck :o( S. Tench. Shcat Buchanan. Sheaf Brome B. Buchan- 81-eaf'Rye B. Buchanan. Sheaf B. Buchanan. Timothy _S. Tench _ Collection Young 1, W. Jackson 2. Collection McKen- -zie. What's in a Ask the cooks who Use PURITV MORE BREAD and BRfc'AD Mr. Grace's Report The .Mayor and Commissioners, City of Lethbridge, considering the three tenders for our proposed1 filter plant I have come the conclusion .that the Roberts Co. are entitled to the am of the opinion that the New York Continental. Jewell Co. are build- ing as near a perfect plant as can be constructed, but their price is so much in advancie of the other two that it cannot be considered. Ira H Jewell has had long expen-. ence in the filter business and -has made us a most attractive proposition as his price is under, the Roberts Co. The Filter Co. have, propos- ed to construct tfie plant complete for and for the following rea- son's 'i am in favour of this company over Ira H. Jewell. 1 They already have a plant oper- ating at Macleod under .almost the same conditions as our own, giving enough to overbalance tho great dir- 'eremle in capacity. 4. The Roberts Co. submit a much more comprehensive set of plans, and I believe the construction of their sedimentation and filter basins to be superior In design and stronger. Respectfully submitted, (Sgd.) A. M. Grace, Commissioner of Public Works. Mr. Freeman's Report To the -Mayor and Commissioners, L-ethhridge, Alberta, Dear beg to submit for your consideration my opinion as lo Hie merits of Ihe lenders submitted for filtration plans by the following firms: Ira M. Jewell, The Cpntinen- lal Jewell Co., and-.the. RobertsiHlter D. It is my opinion that the Continen- tal Jewell Tender count of cost, as this tender shows no special features lhat would war- rant lib conslderalion In cornpaimg the olhei tenders plans and specifications 1 find 1 The capacitj of the Roberts plant taken on the basis of filter area Is lo per cent greater than tba Jewell n-aVinj, Ihe comparative cosifa per mil hon gallons capacity Robeits 390 Jevell ?30000 0 The capacity of the sedlmenta lion bisms of the Robeits plant Is 300 per cent greater than the' Jewell which means a more rapid flow of vatei Through the Jewell sedi Mentation basins a correspondingly ess precipitalion and an additional exnense in the after treatment to re e impurities also more frenuent washing of filters duo to a greater imount of impurities carried over md additional expense for coagulation materials. Further, owing to the lim- ited the settling basins they bitlllU j complete satisfaction, .and usiBE H minimum amount of alum, for coagu- Their plans show'one-filth more filler area lhan Mr. Jewell's. Believ- ng lhat the capacity, of a filtration plant is entirely dependent on the surface area of the sand, I am con- vinced that Mr. Roberts should he considered several .inder Mr. Jewell.' MACLEOD TENNIS TEAM WINS AT CLARESHOLM Macleod, Sept. was in.high hopes and good spirit when Clement Ferguson and Murray1 Gardiner, repre- senting -.ttte Macleod. High -school ten- nis club, journeyed to Claresholm to play High school tennis team there, and after playing like real pro- won both- the singles and -The- Claresholm High school foot- ball team .will meet the Macleod High team here at Macleod on Oct. 7th. A most exciting game is expect- "Thi sales o< Nonleiaen Cigars have more trebled during the past three mouths. Have you tried one RED ROSE thousand dollars ner r. 3 Miv Roberts' Sedimentation basin Plumbing Gas -Fitting We have removed from the rear of the Coaldale Block to the Hill Block, 510 4th Avenue And< are carrying a complete stock of up-to-date plumbing and heating water heaters, etc. Heating Walker Holberton woald have to be cleaned out 100 per. cent oftener In the Jewell m the Roberts and the plans show no convenient means of cleaning.' these basins.- 3. The Robertb clear water well has a capacity of 40 per cent greater than the Jewell. 1 Poor design of floors and walls have been observed in the Jewell plans; admitted and altered But this creates a suspicion that there may be mistakes that .n spite. of. guarantees may, lead to Irreparable damage, inconven-. ience or litigation, so that to my mina, from the view of first cost, convenl; ence efficiency and appearance tne Hpberts plant is to be preferred and the contract awarded to them, subject to terms of payment, guarantees, for standard wages, preference.- to home labor and supplies, etc. -Yours .truly, M. Freeman, Commissioner of Public TTtfflttei, THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKBR, C.V.O., U.JJ.. D.C.l_ rraUMi IOHN AKD, H. V. F. JONES. V. C. BROiiW. SopeHnWoJ.ot of Ceotf.1 CAPITAL, JlESHWE FUHD, SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at the current rato a allowed on all deposits of Careful attention is given to every account Small account! welcomed. Accounts may be _opened and operated by mail. Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persona, with, drawals to be made by any of them or by the survivor. lethbridge Branch- R. T. Brymner, Mgr, Jl7 See The New FORD Before Selecting a Car f. o. b. Lethbridge Let u. .how you the famous YANKEE TIRE PUMP It fits any car and blows up any tire. Price only And a General Line of attention given to Re- solicit your Ford business. Ford Garage Third Ave. S., Phone Open Day and ;