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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1915 PHILLIES SELECTED TO TAKE THE BIG SERIES -Malinger HerzoB of the Clnciiinali ilrdi declares that the Philadelphia National team will win their Icneuo jwnhant. and then eoes on to declare thnt Moran's crew will take tin: world's series. Herzog declares IIP had his wes opened when his team ran up against the .Phillies In a series recently. Ho declares that the Phil- adelphia team Is not so much on stars JIB it is tor all around ability. 1 lie pliillieB won on Saturday, which plac- ed them with a six and a half games lead over .Boston Braves, tile nearest contenders. Herzog's Sentiments Not oirty doea think mat the Phillies will win the pennant, hut lio also believes that they will win the woild's series, regardess of what team they meet 111 the classic. Alexander IB unbeatable when the stake Is larse, ami Jlerzog also says that Hlxey will he a hard man to heat. Tlie Phi'illes' greatest asset is Cra- vath. according to Hereof, who de- Clare's that "Clouting Cactus" is the greatest hitter he has ever seen. "Me is the only says Her- e, "who should be passed without.-. runner on the bases, it but one run separates the Phils from their oppon- ents." The Teams "The rest of the team? .lust let me teil you that It is 50 per cent, stronger than even the home fans be- lieve. It is the host balanced team In ths league, and Is the only one with no weak curve 'hall hitters, except Byrne, and he will never get back in the game regu'larly. t knew thai Stock would get in there somehow, and they won't get him out. lie is not only a good hitter and a fine base runner, but he has tho greatest pair of hands that I ever saw for a third baseman, lie may not be as as Byrne 111 the field, but ho will Bet many hard liit balls that would be Im- possible for another player, because of his wonderfully strong and clever BASEBALL NATIONAL Philadelphia Boston Brooklyn PittsburR Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati New York W. S5 78 78 71 7li II tl 68 07 78 80 77 Pet. .iiSli .5.12 .838 .473 .473 .450 .465 Philadelphia Brooklyn Chalmers and Burns Miller. Cincinnati Chicago Dale and Wingo Douglas, and Archer. Second same- Cincinnati Chicago Cheney. and 7 2 11 -1 Pierce Schneider and Wingo Hoggc Bresnahan. No, other games scheduled. Boston Detroit _....... Washington Chicago New York St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia AMERICAN L'. 4li 53 05 111 81 85 03 106 W. SO 80 88 fiii and Pet. .553 BOSTON FAVORITES "Duffy" Lewis and "Dutch" Leonard are sure to iiKiire largely m the word's series it the Boston Red Sox -win the American League which they are almost sure of doing. Lewis is the idol of the Boston Weacherslml is a very .steady and reliable hitter Leonard although not lo his last year's form, has pitched very good bal 1m tlio last few weeks ut the season. Pincher Creek Fair Was Best Ever Held in District (Coxiixunn Fiioit FRONT PAGE) er hcrsc classes were G. D. Plunkett, Pclletier, McCain, P. M. Bak- A. McLean, G. W. Buchanan, Cyr W Fraser. The prizes New York, N.Y., Sent. lverc Jividcd] piunket t and Pel- lug a career on the diamond at a sal-1 a proportion, ary of a year, and the plaudits Cattle Exhibits of the fans as tlie logical successor of j j t] ciasses A. Pclletier the only Arthur Devlin, "Long_John pfiles shortllorn, C. Kettles in the Hcrcfonls, T. Morden in the Ilolstein. A. Pelietier in the Grade and Ayrshire. Tlios. Morden, ___ ,F M. Pelietier and C. The efforts of "Sinister Dick" Kin- Deities took the chief prizes in beef Recruiting Officers Out For Record in Lethbndge (CONTINUED FHO.M FEOXT PAGE) ReiKy, the. famous third baseman of j the Yale 'varsity nine, began work to- day as a subway guard at 20 cents all hour. selia, scout for the Giants, and of Geo. Davis of the Yankees, as as other celebrated Ivory hunters, to Jand ilellly. llave been in vain. For "Long has decided to think of the fut- uro far ahead, arid begin ou the low- est rung of the Interborough's ladder of fame. WANDERER HOCKE'Y CLUB TO BE OPERATED ON CO-OPERATIVE .PLAN Montreal. Que., Sept. the Hockey club is 'iikely to be operated on the. co-operative basis this winter was the announcement to- day of President Lichtenhein.. The 57 .383 .27-4 Detroit .Washington Oldham, Imbue and con and Ainsmith. No other games schcdtled. .YiSIl annual meeting of the club is called for when the nlayers win be invited to be present and discuss the pSan. A division of SO per cent, of the net receipts, prorated on tha basis of last year's salaries, will, it said, offered by the club. Players who anh not wish to take clmnces on the drawing powers of the team, will have !the option of signing on a straight sa'iary, (I cattle. Mark Reed and H. Levasseur ex- hibited in the fat sheep class. There was a very fine display of vegetables. Grains and grasses were high in quality, but short in the num- ber of exhibitors. Thos. .Morden-took first prize for sheaf spring wheat, J. A. Scott, first in oats and flas. The shield for the rural school send- ing best collection of grains and Srasscs in sheaf was won by Pincher ity, teacher, Miss Yvonne Marquis. As usual, the ladies made an excel- lent showing in the domestic and fine arts classes. British Now Attacking (G'ONTIXL-ICD IllOM FRONT PAGE) FEDERAL w. Pittshurg Chicago St. Louis Kansas City Newark Buffalo Brooklyn Baltimore 83 84 85 77 75 L. 63 U5 68 71 74 711 81 104 2 Pet. .564. .537 .510 .407 .471 .311 3 '1 10 0 Knetzer and Nev.'ark............ Pittsburg Mosley and Itanocn O'Connor. Baltimore 3 JCansas City 3 S and Owen Cullop and fcas- terly. No other games scheduled. WILL SEND CONTRACTS TO PLAYERS WHO ARE NOW IN THE TRENCHES Ottawa, Ont., Sept. Ottawa Hockey club will, it is send con- tracts to the trenches to "Punch" Broadbent, Letll Graham and Allen Wilson, to hold them on the reserve list. This measure was taken so that in the event of the war breaking up before spring the boys wo.u'id be "welcomed home." A contract will also be sent to Art who last year announced his retirement.. The club hope to gat. back into the game. the field, and ample supplies of am- munition, General Joffre and Field- .Marsha! French plan a test the German resistance in France and Belgium can be broken. Entire Regiments Wiped Out London, Sept. corres- pondent at the British headquarters France, in a description of the bombardment which preceded Satur- day's attack on the Germans, says ''The German lines became smoth- ered in dust, their parapets melted 3 PROFESSIONAL IS AN 3! AMATEUR WHEN ENLISTED Hamilton, Ont., Sept; that a professional is eligible to com- pete amateurs immediately he en- lists as a soldier, the Hamilton Row- ing club D.R.P.U., intends to attempt to play Billj' Becker this Zinc in large quantities is reported season. He was out to practice a few to have been discovered in the vicin- ity of Burbridge Lake, in the upper Gatineaii district. We Are Still In The Ring! AND GOING STRONGER THAN EVER. D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 402 5th Street South. days ago. The soccer authorities have treated their pros, in this way, and it is the opinion of the scullers that they can do likewise. In fact, the.v claim1 to have it from tho amateur authorities that Becker is now eligible. REGINA ALDERMAN TO ACT AS RUGBY COACH Regina. Sask., Sept. Fred Hitter will leave the city this week, and will spend the next few heart heats. Then you "sign on" and step out into the street again with a feeling of solid satisfaction and at peace with everybody hut the Kaiser. this aggressive campaign is having its effect in breaking the record enlisting in Lethbridgc. Forty-two iiij two days, on Monday 22 and on; Tuesday 20, is the total to date. Well Known Local Boys Yesterday "Toots" Henderson and] his brother and Joe Gillcs-, pie, three Lethbridgc-born were among the first to offer themselves, and they had no trouble in being ac- cepted. Henderson has a big garage business' here, but he has turn- ed it over to- a helper and is going to take up his duties as an ordinary private in tlie ranks or. Saturday, lie is one of the most enthusiastic yet to enlist. His example was followed yesterday by 31 other young men be- fore the offices closed for the night. One.hundred men is the mark the officers have set for themselves and they are going to make it. Their ap- peal is irt'ESistable. Has a Grudqe There is only one man in Leth- bridge, who hears a grudge against the recruiting officers. He is Chas. Doe, 50 years old, a father of a grown-up "family. He was twice re- fused by the officers yesterday when he applied to he taken on the strength. "I'm said the offic- er, "von are beyond the age limit." "Well, I'm as .good as three of some of the men you're said Ml'.. Doe.- "Can't do said the officer. Mr. Doe came back a second time, only to be told again that there was He was axious to Majesty iortunatJ.y away and their barbed wire entangle- nothing doing. fight, but His does not yet have to rely on the men of his age to light the battles the youn.s: men are expected to light. The" following are those who en- listed yesterday Geo. Gregory, Eng- lish W. J. Williams, English R. meats disappeared. Those sleeping I Benuctt, English; B. K. Beer, hank- or forty miles away were: er Canadian H. Johnson, Canadian; [lull rambling, Q jiurray, W. R. thirty awakened by the i even at that distance the displace-, Jjrajthwaite Scotch J. .H. Prosser, Henderson, Cana- ment of air was clearly felt. At the outset the weather American H. T. Henderson, Canadian pects were not favorable, but before j joml Canadian P. M. Turn- midnight a change set in, and the Scotch, E. Osborne, Irish J. morning broke dul but fine, with ajp R Edwards, English; R. Hannah, slight mist which was reminiscent ot thi: opening days of the Aisne and Ncuve Chapelle. "Most of the German prisoners were taken n the village of Loos. The village was surrounded on three sides and the Germans were..forced to surrender when their ammunition ran out. They said their losses had been very heavy, entire regiments having been wiped out." WHITE S6X AND ARRANGE OWN SERIES Chicago, 111., Sept. annual series of baseball games for the cham- pionship of Chicago will begin Wed- nesday, October G. The first game wiS be ployed at the American league grounds! President Comiskey of the Sox and President Thomas of the Na- tionals arranged the details today, and as was forecasted, ignored the retiuest of the Federal league to make English H. Kent, English, and Gus. A. Johnson, Swede. BECOMES CHAPLAIN Ottawa, Ont., Sesi. Di Dona'id Guthrie, formerly pastor of Knox Presbyterian church in Ottawa, Appetite- Your. Bigestion? Keep up 's, a close acquaintance with before and after meals. See how it makes you ready and keen fof( meal-times. See how it relieves that stuffy feeling. after eating. It quenches thirst-refreshes and your calm, cool and contented.c f Sealed Always fresh "LMie Spear ftrfflM boy MADE IN CANADA Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd. -New. factory Toronto Ottawa, Sept. 2J. The National Service Committee, the executive body of all nationally organized wo- men's societies in Canada, and under whose direction the collection of com- forts for the troops overseas has been placed, has received au important an- and one of the best known and'most, 'eloquent divines of the east, has join- ed the Canadian forces as chaplain, and it is expected will leave at an-j early date for England. nounceinent from the Canadian Association 'In London. conclusion as si The message states that the British IV D. Gilmour, War Office is contemplating, the for- i financier, mation of a central organization for j ats seereta co-ordinating the work of I committees and individuals engaged in supplying comforts and luxuries to t-lie British troops. Meanwhile the We must not I'M! too optimistic over the successes of the allies in the west. Optimism is not what we want so much as an increased determina- tion to push the war to a successful "is that-the ..people .will readily consent. to they are properly -.and, sincerely as- sured by the members of-the Bxitist cabinet that it is, necessary to proper pursuance of the war. extremists, for conscription, however have so agitated the question that i feeling of antagonism nas been rous- ed over the entire country againsl such a proposal, so that i it has be- come much more difficult to ascertsiit the real feeling of the people in thi matter. There ib only, one opinion p! ant the conclusion of the war, and that is a success in every i ;oon as said prominent English who was for 17 years priv- if Lord Hosehery, and ,ry o! of is closely in touch with events in the old land. Mr. Qilmour, who has been in Loihbridge for the past War Ollicc recommends the women of Canada to concentrate on the follow- week or so' in connection cer- tain interests, left this morning on his return to England. for the allies. But the country li on- ly now waking up to the seriousness of the situation. The munition plant! are now turning out their full'capac- ity of supplies, in fact have been} do- ing so to a greater extent than wa; generally known by the _. While Pope Benedict -nas dining the Vatican garden one of the Insl the series three-cornered. The sched- months acting as rugby coach .to tlie provides for seven games, famous school of Nassau, at' Prince- ton, N.J. At the end of the season ho will take up the position of assist- ant manager for Western Canada of the Booth Fisheries Co., at where he will take ,np his .residence. W A. Burns, a St. Thomas den- tist, and brolher-in-law of Hon. T. W Crothcrs, Minister of Labor, lias been appointed to the Canadian-Army Dental Corps at Niagara Camp. (if the BLADDER M1DY i _ I 24 HOURS W.ACK WHITE TAN, Mufflers, OS inches long, 10 inches wide, grey, khaki or heather mixture. Mitts, eight inches short thumb, no fingers, stitches being cast off at the knuckles. Socks always essential, tho leg at least 12 inches long, the foot 11 inches. Each overseas force is represented in London by a war contingent asso- ciation, and the Canadian organiza- tion is presided over by Sir George H. Pel-ley, and J. G. Colmtr, C.M. G., is secretary. The duty of the as- sociation is to distribute all coin- j forts to the troops, and contributions 'from Canada forward by the National Service Committee.' The latter -announces that no attention i should'he paid to appeals from indi- viduals or private enterprises, but ail comforts should he sent cither direct to the headquarters of the Canadian lied Cross Society, Toronto', or to any of the Provincial branches, mark- from where they will be immediately sent iorward. The feeling in "England at present horses presented to him by Cardinal concerning said Mt. Bauer dropped dead. WILL BEGIN INVESTIGATION Vancouver, B.C., Sent. is ex- pected that the Investigation to be held Sir Charles .Davidson into the. purchase of two subn-Tlnes by the government of British Columbia, just prior to the outbreak, of tho war, will commence on Thursday. THERE'S a better shave coming to you the minute you strike Mennen's. Mermen's takes all the sting out of shaving "spares your feelings" and saves your time. Be good to your face try ;