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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD THUKSJMY, SEPTEMBER 30, 191S SCHOOL SPORTS TO-MORROW CADET ORDERS COLLAR ST FITS THE CBAVAT RED SOX WOJK OUT ON THE BRAViS' NEW FIELD Boston, Sept. Tuc- 'day was an open ilay in major Iciips. schedules Tor Boston teams, tlic was an active one in baseball ant winners in tlio Amcncan were busy in prep anil ion for lie world's scries in which they to meet tho Philadelphia. Nations. A s the local games will he 11 on the Braves' field to which tinted Sox are strangers, Manager Cuignn ordered liis players out to test its lights and shadows, said to be un- usually trying of the great swop Hi stands, to study the bound I 01 mii.s from tin: mnv-iain paths and! ami to, judge thu (lights1 of balls j World's Series Chicago, 111., Sept. fails for the woifd'a series will ing of tliu I'lilllics tomorrow fur a four-game series. An augmented staff of clerks in tlie oflicTs of (in- ucston Americans work wl steadily at tlic growing pile of applications for world series tickets. and tlm pupils are all eagerly loolt- ig forward to the competitions, 'arents arc invited to lie present-. Tim preliminary contests have been 'Un off and tomorrow the linals will bo decided in every case. The pro- ;raiu as arranged is as follows Tin line, division, school, event and of- iciais being given in order Senior II. S., running igh jump, Mr. Kieetwood. Senior P.S., 75 yards ash, Mr. Kit-lies. Intermediate 1'. S., 100 ds. dash, Mr. iJobson. .Junior II. S., 100 vds. ash, Mr. Dobson. yds. dasli, Mr. llrandow. Junior I1 S mgh jump, .Mr. Flcetwor-d. Frame. S., 75 liunning By Colonel K. A. Crtiikshank, Com niandinp; .Military District No 13 Calgary, Alberta, Sept. 27, 1915 J8. inspection Heports, 1915. The M.Iowing abstract from An- nual Inspection Heports, June 1915 meotliiK of tho National base- ball commission, to be held in Now York City, it was announc- ed today. BASEBAIL Harry NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn _. JJoston Chicago Pittsburg St. Louis New York ._ Cincinnati W. 86 79 78 71 71 as 67 03 Grant, Racing Driver, Badly Burned Her Brooklyn New York Kucker and. Miller, MeCty bert, Kchupp and Kocher, Cincinnati ._ _, 2 .Chicago .................'j 11 Lear and Wingo Zabihrt Arch- 10 Pet. .580 York. Sept. F. .538 I racing automobile driver, -t77 I who was enveloped in (lames while .-173 driving his machine at a 100-mile-an- -'II iiour clip on Shccpshead Bay speed- way, is in a critical condition todav burgeons staled he has only a sljzht chance to recover. Junior P. .R., running road jump, Mr. Ijramlow. 2.00-Oirls Senior, P. H., hoppine race, Mr. Frame. 2.00-Uirls Senior, H. S., 50 yds. skipping, Mr. Stewart. Junior, P. S., tlircc- Icggcd race, Mr. Hiches. Intermediate, P. S 50 iris Senior, I', s 'lash, '.Mr. Ferguson. Intermediate, niuining high jump, Mr. .-..__ DOMINION SOCCER CHAMPS ARE PROFESSIONALIZED Winnipeg, Man., Sept Because 5amB ns during the last -J' I season, was the opinion expressed. .-u, miner Bowyor of the United Westou cam received S2.50 for training a cam in a special game, here recently nd then played with the United c-n team, the same player being paid, an MacNeil. president of the Seot- >eg and District Football United Weston and Scottish teams were last night professionalized by the Manitoba Football association. The M.F.A. won by them, ivas taken from them and held over to be finished next year, while cAprussea Hie players, it wan said, probably will be offered a five-months' contract next season. James JIc'JJ.1, owner of dianapolis club, said that S., 220 yds., Junior, H. S., 220 vds Mr. Cassclman. 3.50-Girls Senior, II. S., Basket throw, Mr.i Ferguson I go 20 rounds. TED LEMY WON Sopl' -9--Ted Lemy, British boxer, Tuesday night, won other decision over Jack Britton Chicago. He led in most of tho 1 rounds, and in the eleventh floored the Chicago boxer with a left hook to LARGEST DAMAGES EVER GIVEN IN SASKATCHEWAN Heglna, Sask., Sept. is irobably the 'largest award ever made Sas furthe i I 3-55-OMs, p'.-S., Hii.aV In- 1 Brandow. race, Jfr. uu aoUEnl- as the last season was not a mo'nev maker for the minor league clubs throughout the country. St. Louis .....H..... 2 5 Detroit 8..... 3 (j Hamilton Loudermilk Dldham, Stanage. Chicago PittsburL St. Louis Kansas City Newark J Buffalo Baltimore Chicago Pittsburg McConnel stock) Barl ilspn Allen, Corn- O'Connor. Kansas Cif 1 5 St. LouisB 0 4 Pickardjasterly Davenport othdf5 scheduled. MORE There the list for tte fij (iral of illfferentj day 'IN. THE COLORS a day passes that tes who are enlisting lot augmented by sev- known stars iii the ies of sport, yester- clever goKlie of iast yeajortoro O.H.A. hockey Jof ranks of the Spoi-ti rasn's opt IlauiilLOu. George 'Adams, nmner from tit. batli held the ten-mile Cinadiifd from 1907 to 1912, Adams finished fccondj IB-mile road race in Montre ARE MN DIVORCE COURT 3an F0' Cal., Sept. JAttel, (featherweight champion o( lost bis title to 16 three ago In sued be w..s married in M- Mrs. Attel'al- lort and desertion, sb 'Johnn _ .Bant leges pika M( MAY CHALLENGE no., crosse champions of east- [may yet journey to tho and challenge New holding of Mlnto of epnteHtx for tho in- of Cinadt. the W. and D. final was also postjion- MAYOR TO GET GOOD JOB Winnipeg, Man., Seut. is generally understood here that Mayor, .....'i wit! succeed Judge Itobaon as utilities commissioner The I salary is a year. Junior, P. S., 50 yds siiippmg, jur. Stewart. Junior, p. S Running high jump, Mr. Fleet-wood. 3.00-Cirls Junior, H. S., Basket hall throw, Mr. Casselman. r iy a jury in. a damage case In tatchewan was anno.unced at 3fel- on Satunlny. when Todd S Hyde brakeman on flis G.T.P., was grant was gr ed arid costs in an action amst the railway company. The dam- ages were awarded for the loss of an o Ijn, and severe injuries to the right leg in an accident in March, 191-1. IS OLDEST MESSENGER BOY J. E. Palmer of Liiling, Tex nroba Jly enjoys the distinction of being the oldest messenger "hoy" in ihe world, the some Map Heading (Manual of, Map George i leading Ch. IX., Sec. 59, of, 83, 07. Chap. Infantry Training-CSquad and Coy Drill, Musketry and Fire Discipline, 1'ield Operations, Protection on the March, and at Musketry (Preliminary Instruc- tions, Miniature -JO. Judging Distance. While Junior Corps will not he able to carry put the whole program, a judicious, intermingling of a few ad- vanced exercises will relieve thq monotony of preliminary training. Senior Corps should bo thoroughly grounded in Musketry and Field Training. One or more field of scouting, map reading, protection, camp engineering may he put into .ractise. Care of Arms. The proper care of arms, is a most mportant part of Cadet training (a) After firing, the bore and r-r- careiully cleaned. Then tho stock should be thoroughly oiled and tha metal parts, including tho bore, coat- ed with vaseline. 42. Corps of School 'Cadet In- structors. To be Lieutenant, Joseph Hamil Jntchett, gentleman, 10-G-15 W. E. OUTWIT, Major, ______ O.I.C.C.M.D. No. 13< For Pile Sufferers or protrndlnir p mo all rectal troubles, in jour own home. SOc t. aruBBlat. A glncl. boil ofte lor i dash, Mr. Bruce. uuj- 111 IV b., 220 yds., At the age of 84, he works for J-mior. P. S., 50 yds. chamber should he' cleaned until clean rag drawn through the barrel will not be stained. An oiled rag should then be drawn through to leave a thin film of oil in the hore. the moisture carefully from all parts (b) Should rifles become wet, wipe' the. moisture carefully from all parts then wipe with an oiled FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY, 529 Pyramid Bldj, Marshall, Mfei. JCindly send me a Free of Pynmld PH, plain wrapper, m Name Street, PER CASE DIRECT FROM THE BREWERY THF LETHBRIDGE CO.LT PER CASE ORDER ONE TODAY LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING CO., UMITED PHONE 554 ;