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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD WKDNHSIUY, SRPTKMBEn 27. A new foil starched light weight tape smarter than a .soft collar TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality best fitting in Canada TOOKE BHOS., LIMITID MONTREAL HERALD SPORT SECTION BOB LO17G UNION MADE GLOYESMJVl RAILS GIANTS WIN 22nd STRAIGHT PHILLIES AND ROBINS WIN Boston made It live straight from Plltsburg. winning the Ill's game 3 to 0 and the second 2 to 1. Nehf mid Allen pitched gilt edged ball Brooklyn beat Chiriigc. by 4 to 1. making it Ilirse out ol I ye in Ihe series, with one mofe lo play today. Proffer had the Cubs at his meicj. except In the third. McConnoll was wild and inellcctive. 'n." York Nationals advanced tlieir new record for successive vic- tories another notch, when they obtained un easy victory from St. Louis, for tlieir twenty-second consecutive victory. The Giants won by a score ol 6 to 1. hilling Watson and Williams hard. A tenth inning rally gave Philadelphia a victory over Cincinnati, ,_ to 2, and enabled the Phillies to keep pace with Brooklyn in the light for the pennant. In Ihe ninth Gran's throw beat Cooper lo the p ate all Umpire Klein called him out, bill in sliding the runner knocked the ball out ol Wingo's glove, and Klein allowed Ihe tiolng run. Dugey scored the win- ning run on Niehoff.'s bum. WORLD SERIESaJRTAIN RAISER TOMORROW WILL OPEN OCT. 7 MANTEL READY FOR WEEKS Chicago, III, Sept. World's Series will open on Sat- urday, October 7th, according to President Johnson of the Am- erican League. NATIONAL Won Brooklyn Hoslon New York Piltsuurg Chicago..... St. Louis Cincinnati American league same Winnipeg, N. JlacLean. chief license inspector for Manitoba, is forwarding information to Ottawa asking tlie minister of justice to au- thorize n prosecution of the George 1, Drewry Liquor company ot Kenoni, for supplying Frank Fafford, convicted bootlegger, with large quantities of liquor. It' prosecution is authorized il will j yt Louis take place in the1 Ontario courts. ltjjjew york will be the first case under the Do- Watson.......-........... berty act. lee and McCarty, -Kocher. The acl makes il an offence to ship Chicago.............. llciuor into prohibition territory to be Brooklyn ,ii- Wilson- 1 used contrary to the laws of any pro- hibition province, slid it places the onus on the vendor for knowing the purpose for which tlie liquor is to be used. FRANK M: TROEH, VANCOUVER CHAMPION TRAPSHOT, 1916 teCeaAt 1 PRELIMINARIES Morris Sadowski vs Duke Roosa. Max Noble VB Charley Jones. Jimmy. Lush vs Jim Whitman. MAIN EVENT Frank Mantel! vs Billy Weeks. Doth lioys are in the pink tor the i match. .Mautell has boon training re-i____________ __ go ten rounds, and is going lo lie IK. i and .Mrs. William I'almer, of Raj i Agricultural College. Miss draw: for several years head of the Iltcra- ____ At the Calgarv con-1 lure' department of the Knight Acad, Billy weoks. accompanied by Biddy I C.V.' "caSo'n? and Bishop. Ills manager, and H. F. L., t U very brilliant young lady. The new. Brooks, sporting editor ot the Calgary Elitiiit Alan- iu Herald.' who will officiate as the third to si.e hls Collega lerak man in the ring, ___ arrive in the city tonight for tlie curtain-raiser of tlie season in the boxing game tomor- row night, when Frank Manlell meets Weeks in a ten-round contest. One of tlie very best trapshots in is on the same every one has the. same the country is Frank .M. Troch of Vancouver. Wash. .Mr. Troeli is :i very unassuming young man, always with a smile on 2! his countenance, and he can shoot. UW 1 Ul IV............. Watson, Williams and Snyder; Sai- Faft'ord is the alleged head of the "booze He was found guilty of bootlegging in the provincial police court and was fined and coats, or four months in jail. He decided to pay his fine. Records produced at the trial showed that PaffonI was purchasing about 180 bottles of whisky per week from Kenoni. He used various aliases in making the purchases. The case will not be appealed. Deputy Attorney-General John Allen prosecuted. TRY A HERALD WANT AD x A PROMINENT NURSft SPEAKS. Many Nurses in Canada Else where Say the Same. Chatham, a nurse 1 have had occasion to use Dr. Ficrce'i Favorite Prescrip- tion quite a lot. J always recommend it to my patient; and it has been e wonderful help k many of them. .never knew of cose where it failed. 1 have a patient who is using it nojf and _ she is doing fine since tak- v, ing it. I have taken it myself and got the very best re- mits. I consider it the best medicine there is to-day for women who are ailing." EDITH MOORE, 30 Dcgge St., Chatham, Ont. THAT WEAK BACK Meyers, inciiiuaii Philadelphia........ Knetzer and Wingo; fer. Pittsburg......... Boston (i McConncll and Wilson; Pfeffer and HR started out this year lo bag every- thing in ami, take it from us, he has ilone nobly. He won high average honors in the championship slioot of the Sports- men's association of the northwest, the Suokaiu! Gun Club, tlie Washing- a 7 Demaree and Evans'and Schmidt; Neht Dowdy. Jacobs and Wagner; Alien PACIFIC COAST Oakland 1; San Francisco 5. Salt Lake 3; Los Angeles 4. Vernon 3; Portland S. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 10; Columbus S. 2nd_Toledo S; Columbus 2. St. Paul, 10; Kansi Cm 4 Minneapolis-Milwaukee ram ton state tournament, the Lewiston. Idaho, program and tlie Portland. Ore- gan, Gun Club. All he did at the Portland club was to break IDS out of 0 4 3 200 targets. C 10 3 I In winning tlie bigb average at the Washington state slioot Troeh also won tlie state championship. This en- jj 2 titled him to slioot with the champion 2 of every other state for the national Gowdy. j amateur championship held in connec- ment in St. Louis. And Troeh outshot every one of the other 3fi titleholders who faced the what many trapshooters think is the best event in American trapshooting circles. ..-Every shooter of winning. Troeh broke 70 before miss- ing'and then went the rest of the way out of 100. the same score that won the. title in 1914 ami 1515. Bui tills wasn't all that Troeli did at St. Louis. He finished second in the doubles championship to Allen Hell, of Pennsylvania, getting 8S lo Hell's SO. He broke 09 out of 100 in the Mound City overture and was tied for first with three others. Then lie went out and broke 20 more and won first place. He tied for third, too, in the St. Louis Introductory, with lOo out of 200. He shot so well during the that he was high average shoot- er in tlie greatest tournament of the year. He broke 550 out of 600 targets events, all distances, all angles. Troeh has an average of better than 66 for the shooting he has done this year He averaged 96.34 for 2050 tar- gets last year and in 1014 he averaged 93.74 on 2430 targets. Trapshooting is ihe sporl of kings and Troeh is one of the kings. Trap- shooting Is also tlie king of sports. MATTY PICKS MOHAN'S PHILLIES FOR THE RAG Ills Thursday night opponent home qltiUf satislied with I work, the! Clayton Greenaway, gradual a cam, home sal shed with tie rrnlveTsitv anf i llrst Job he had picked for el in i v Dr Lovcring Canada. There wll Ira nothing ,las an orflce in .bout ihe ten rounds so fa concerned. At Calgary also Young Koss of Pur- pie Springs had a challenge waiting Raymond ami will look after the pro- fessional work in Raymond, New Day- ion and Stirling. Dr. Greenaway has iui IJLIIJ land naii a year's experience in. a vjthe Vancouver boy for a 15-round hospital'. HP will have his of- i am, lias Boston Chicago Detroit New York St. Louis Cleveland Washington Philadelphia AMERICAN Won 87 SO 85 711 7S 71, 71 83 Lost CO CO 71 73 74 113 Pd .591 .573 .563 j .517' .516 507 500 .220 No American League., games sched; lllcd. Accompanied by pain here Rxtreme may- be faint Bpells, chills or all lignals of distress for a woman. She may be growing from girlhood into womanhood from womanhood to mother- hood or .later suffering during middle Uie, which leavea eo many' wrecks of women. At any or oil of these periods, pf iv woman's should take a tonic snd nervine prescribed for just such caaea by a physician of vast experience :in the diseases from which women suffer. Piercc's Favorite Prescription successfully treated more casea in the past 50 years than any other known remedy. It can now be had in sugar-coated tablet form as" well as. in the liquid. Sold by medicine dealers or trial bos by mail OB of cents in stamps Dr. Pierce, Invalids' HuM, Bufialo, N Y. LIMIT SALE OF WORLD'S'SERIES TICKETS Boston, Sept. 1 the world's series games to be plljel in this city, if the Boston Ame retain their league w 11 he allotted on a basis.of prloritj mail applications, it was anno ce I by the club management today. It i expected to start distribution on 1 uesday. Not more than four t ckels will be allowed to one applicant RECORD FOR WOMAN SWIMMER New York, Sept.. Ida Elionsky set a new record for women swimmers here yesterday by swim- ming around Manhattan Island, cover- ing the 35 miles in 11 hours and 35 minutes. oompltAjon nvais u, Pierce's Pleasant Felicia clear tha CHICAGO GUARD TO VALE Chicago. Sept. Brodie, guard on the University of Chicago football team, resigned from the school today -to go to Yale to, take an engineering course. ..ianager muuicwson, of the Reds, in a signed article, writes that be is pulling for Brooklyn to win the Na- tional (lag, hut that he considers Philadelphia to have the best chance. "I figure Boston practically out of Bobbie has the advantages of the schedule to the finish of the race. He plays all the rest of his games at home, and the Dodgers have demon- strated this season they are domestic in their tendencies and tastes, and winners their own lot. Moral, has a club and Alexander. These are his two chief assets. Also, his players believe they will win. Pat is also a fine fellow. I had quite a talk with him when the Phillies wore in Cincinnati. .'We're-not going to get any of the best of the travelling the rest of the way, he told me, every one will, be out there to heat the champions. You know that. But the big fellow (Alexander) can work every other day If we need him, and we have three games with Brooklyn almost at the end of the season. I would not be surprised if the pennant is lost or won in these three battles.'" in three weeks' time for the middle-1( championship of Canada. Ross, j 1 who owns land at Purple Springs, is: an old hand in the squared circle, j Two years ago he gave Fred Fulton, white hone, a stiff 20-roiinil battle at Great Falls, holding his own all. the way, although Fulton weighed in at j 22o" and Boss at 158. It was quite pos-' sible that some arrangements for the match will he made here Thursday in Or. Wray's former premises just of the open, house. LOMOND (From the Loaiond What came near being a fatal acci- wcigueu iuiJent happened on Bob McKinnon's It was nuite nos- threshing outfit on Tuesday mormns It was quitL pos ]vji was the the engine, his foot slipped match will be his baud Tent into the radiator night, as Ross and a lmnch ot ling He was ng, fans will be present Cor the Weeks- 96-YEAR OLD FATHER FOOLS SWAIN 'Of 92, SWOONS Beaver Falls, Pa., Sept. young dream was almost shattered a Few days, ago, for .Roman Wiliiams, 02 years and Hiss Cynthia Smith, And that "papa" did Smith, When Caleb heard thai his blushing daughter bad "went with that smart William's-feller" he threw off the kinks of 96 years, loaded .up bis squirrel gup with rock salt, mounted an old miile and was off for the'eourt lio.use. young Williams with two loads of rock salt in the flanks and a right smash to the jaw call off the ceremony. Cynthia still is iu hysterics. A Leyden woman-has forwarded 50 cents to the Brantford' street railway commission Jbr fare's, not paid some years ago when the railway was run under private oivjiOTship. She recently "got COUGAR ATTACKS 2 TOTS PROMOTER X Lardston, Sept. eienint the Alberta Stake Tabernacle choir gave the sacred concert which is now a monthly feature with this talented organization. The program gave a pleasing variety in the musical line and there was an interesting address by J. Y. Card upon the topic Ancient M-y Anicrlcaus." in which lie showed brief last ly the migrations from Asia of. the Nalialmo, B. the 13-year-old daughter of W. Ashhnrner C., and he, boy age !v went into i field last Saturday afternoon to eatcl horses the gili was .attacked by cU'.uip'of hushes. The boy ran to the fan and was cut up quite bad. He was rushed to Enchant to Dr. Woodcock who sewed his hand up and told him he could go to work again in about three weeks. The rate lumber has the last while lias pretty well depleted the immense stocks which were car- rled by the three local yards. Elvery i train brings in large consignments of l building material, but the dealers scarcely get it stored in their yards before it is gone again. In fact our (Fium oor New Dayton Mrs" Charles j little town is just humming these days Tenkins and daughter have returned I In every department. lome after several months' visit near Hamilton, Ohio. Hoy Kissinger and wife :md son are at home west of town after several weeks' stay at Lethhridge. Pole Forslin of Seattle, Wash., came in last week and will remain until the' threshing season is over. Fred -Crawford, of Port Benton, Montana, came'in last, Wednesday and joined Ihe .Fplui Forslin'a -big thresh- ing crew at the north side farm.. Bert McCoy and brother John, ofj Oxford. Ohio, have returned home j after spending several weeks with Jlr. j and Mrs. Lens Marriacle on the big Welsh ranch, south-west of town. Tlie lisht frost did no damage to crops in the New Dayton district two weeks ago. Mrs. Aiis. Kessler has returned home after spending the summer with relatives :it Dayton, Ohio. MAGRATH (From the Raymond A grain company with a string of elevators through Southern Alberta may commence tbe erection of an elevator at 31asrath immediately. Rep- resentatives of this company were in town Wednesday looking over the fieid and it is likely that their -Investiga- tion will result in something material before long. Kllslin Karren says that .lie looks for a crop on a forty acre field that beat any recon the Ameri-; )ir man-i girl's assistance and by beating the it! cougar ph. the head ,witb a bridle caus- it to lopee.its "hold upon the girl assailant. Today it is reported -that .the first rain "delivery for this season at Cardston has come from the farm of Theodore' Ehlert at Glemvood. The sample s'bowiv Svas excellent and was taken in at the new Pioneer Elevator grading No 2 The Held is reported at'over 40 bushels per acre. The cougai'. tore the sculp, from the hoy. ami bit- 'through the arm of the hoy. amT.bitv through the arm of the be tllo girl when she thrust it into the cou, t gar's mouth-to compel .release of the v The children by. shouts and beating to tion. Some Tobacconists will try to sell you other WHY? Simply because there is less profit to them on "PROMOTER" at three for a quarter. S. DAVIS 4 SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL "Afofcrj of CooJ OJOM occt Half 1 23 three colonies that had built .up great civilizations upon North and South America and how modern archaelog- ical research was showing the same in accord with modern revelE "Cavalry" was sung very creditably by Mr. Vernon Coombs, accompanied by.his wife as the first musical num- ber, following the opening exercises Miss- Lilly Phipps gave a pleasing piano solo. This-young lady is now the Alberta Stake organist, ami is a most faithful illd to the choir, .The mixed quartette, "Star of.Des- cending was an excellent ren- dition by Mrs. A. L. Smith ind Liiella Steed, Messrs. A. L. Smith and A B Cm e 'Seek Ye the Lord" was an anthem by the choir greatly enjoyed'by .the audience A B Cure tal ing the solo Mrs Lexie Burton sang a Year Ago" very, sweetly, and tbe beat Instrumental nlimbei heard in 1 long time was an orchcstnl selection 'Airs from the Bohemian Girl by Messrs It. Bierens and .1. trunk Layne. and Messrs. Spen- cer Galloon E' anil TIMELY WARNING Dallas Anderson, leading man for 4dams was Glasgow last summer. He solemnly relates one of his peculiarly Scotch experiences: He-was leaving his hotel one fine Sunday morning, when the sun was shining, and all the visible world wore an enchanting aspect. As he was crossing George Squaie a policeman eiert him suspiciously Presently he iccosted him with a not unkindly word caution as to Ins conduct. Yed better tak care, sir, what jeie doing he said what im I doing' the strclter inquired Im not even whistling.'' No the officer admitted, in sol- emn ind repioving tones, "but ye're looking almost as happy as if it was Monday WHISKERS WIN VOTE 'We men of whiskers must stand to- getfcei declares Wm E. Saxton, of Atlanta, Ga., a gallant el-Confederate soldier pioneer realty owner and pos- sessor of a beard which might be the envy of a Mohammedan prophet. "We must vote donn candidates who use the safety ever; Mr. Sixton says He will break a lifelong w the. 'drove away the beasL which'-was afterwards shot arid; found The boy and girl were frightfully lacerated, but Kill re- cover. MANY U. S. PEOPLE "ARE COMING HERE Winnipeg. Sept., immigra- tion movement to Canada, from the been exceptionally good. A. Cotinglfam, Dominion immi- gration agent, says that from many states settlers have departed with a Snow r- (piano) 'or Tho 'closlns numbei was the an E Hughes IL OIXIOU HltyH rru yylli utviwn Miss Lilly I Democratic record this tall by voting candidate, Charles c.-n continent. It'required six pounds; of twine to the acre. The land was summorfallowed and sheep had graz- ir it. This field will be thresh- Chris Koch has finished threshing on one 01 his farms south of town. The was 40 bushels per acre of No. i Northen wheat. H. .1. Dufty, one the first settlers of tliis district, while ill Calgary last week, enlisted with the 113th Kilties, which arc recruiting there. In I'.'GS Mr. Dufty settled on a homestead and pre-emption which was then 60 miles from Lethhridge, the nearest railroad town, but which is now cornering the townsite Lomond. WHY WOMEN WRITEJ.ETTERS To Lydia E. Pinkham Medi- cine Co. Women who we well ofun ask "Are the letters which the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. are publishing, "Are they Why do women write such letters! In answer we say thit never have published fictitious letter or name. :Neyer, knowingly, huve we published untruthful letter, or one without the ifull and written consent of the wonun who wrote it. .ihortlv when something Jilg in The reason that thousands of women wliea velds is expected. ;ftom all parts of tie country wnteTOcIl Malith will have about lIHeenl 'grateful letters to the Lydia E. Pink- 0 --__i. T.uHia R. Pinlc- jhroshlng machines to thresh her crop, this full. Seven1 new outfits will bs Hill-. Patching, Elliert and Deglow are all huyin- new outfits. There will be, about five individual outfits brought; in this year. T. W..Patching has his; outfit already operating and is delight-; view to settling in .Manitoba is receiving her share of the Immigrants, Alberta and northern Sas- katchewan, are drawing .the" majority, declares tlie official. MILADY LOSES DINNER SMOKES Festive Cigarette for Women Banned in Lot Angeles Los Angeles, Sept. After-dinner cigarettes, for women- have been ban- ished from LOK. Angeles cafes In. the wake of -the '.'bean, sandwich" and the "rubber notpripus subterfuges for meals .to be served with drinks, by a cleanup order from Chief of Police Claire Shjvely." j _ Women frequenters of the brightly lighted eating establishments, by "gen- tlemen's have been per- mitted to smoke openly {or many months. The new order stipulates that any woman seen smoking in such public places will subject to arrest and line. tarn Medicine Co. is that Lydia E. Pink- htm 'i Vegetable Compound has brought health and happiness into their lives, once burdened with pain and suffering. It has relieved women -from some of the worst form's of female ills, from dis- placements, inflammation, ulceration, irregularities, nervousness, weakness, stomach troubles and from the blues. RAYMOND (From the The marriage will! take place Salt Lake very shortly of Miss May dell Cazier and Mr. Asel Palmer, both well-known in Raymond. Miss Cazier has been laboring as a missionary It is impossible for any woman wto is well and who has never suffered in to realize how-these j poor, suffering wo- men feel when 're- stored to health; their keen desire to IiaS DCCn laUOnllg its a unaalumn., U1V11 jvccli the Indiana conference for about other women year, bvit was released to return to! who are suffering as Utah. .Mr. Palmer is the son of Mr." gin did. OF CANADA A Slronj, Far-reachfif OrgaaizaliM This local office of the Union Bank of Canada is but one of over 315 Branches of an organization whose Total Assets .exceed Our banking service covers Canada, and through our connections we are prepared to transact business in any part of the civilized world. The confidence of Canadians In this Bank is attested by Seventy-two Million Dsllars of Deposits. Yours would nuiup wise and welcome addition. "i Lcthbriclgc Branch -OR- Tinning. Maifager Grassy Lake Branch E. Sandt, Acting Manager ;