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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TI!KSI)AY. AUC.l'ST 1. lOlfi THE IJ-yrHBUIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Claresholm Races Good; Local Nags In The Money OLD COUNTRY JOOTBALL OUTLOOK THIS WINTER rinrpshiilni, AiikhhI I.-TIk' Cliii-pa-holm iiniiuul vncii-A woro iwUi in oon-nctlioii wilM (.'l;u'(!slioUu lOxlilliilioii nrul wuro umliiontlv kiuxohkI'uI, Thnin vviiK ;i Hmall oiuwd on tlio Itral day bnl clOKc! lo -,000 pcoiilo turned out, I on I 111- conuludlnn iliiy. 'riir second j diiy'h i'iKdiis; was ............ I II. Sharph!,", BuKlcr .......... A. Sliari)lcB. Kid ............. .'! Also ran lioiiieo, l';:;colKior and Itod-win;;. Won liy a Khorl head. Second Day, July Pfjth. L'.IiO 'I'rol or L'.2.'i I'ace- ]tr. .MeAllUan. Clarivdiolui, eh ni .Minnio .\l.......:; 1.' 1 I 1 J. W. .McLean, Monarch, h h. i^oboho ............. 1 2 2 2 K. II. mil, Higli River, h g HtiUon ............1 -I ;! 3 n E. Lncliia, (Jraniini, oh m ~ () c \v ................ J 1 I I 'rinui: 2.2r,y:;, 2.2'JVl, 2,2;ii.j, 2.2.'i>/j, 2.2.SVi. 2.12 Trot or 2.17 Pace - .1. A. Stewart, Lethhrldsc . b h Hnldun ........... 2 lU ri 2 J E. H. Mill, HiKli liiver. b ui Peanut .............. 3 2 .�? 1 1 2 It In now practically aB.Hured that Old Country football will be on the same niodeat Unci! aH lasi wintor, and that there will 1)e little chans� In the Lancasiliiic- HKOtion. wounds in the advance nf .Inly i. He WRB the older son of .Mr. L. Cotton. J.P., the chairman of the IMackburn llovorB. whoso hiDlhcr, .Mr. C. Cotton, has alHQ had a .son who Iui.h U. .1. Artli\ir, Nobluford, b tn l.adv Lock ......... I ;; 2 2.'! Tlnii ui.d i llui i^'uu was r.Inklnj.'^ v/hen Hallo; dc ciKivi'ly won the Hixtli heal. Claresliolm Derby I Vi MiiOK - V. .lolinwon, Chaniijlon, eh g Hox 1 Wales, LeIlibridKc, ch ni ICathor 1, 2 .1. It. Wall. ClarcHholni, i;r f; Grey Cloud .................. ..... 3 Ali^o liin. I'lyinj; Jib. rtox madi^ all Ibc roUnlni; and won easily by six Ic'iKtliH. Grey Cloud rnn-ninK on. ust failed to cateh Esther [, lor .'lecdiid money. After the race the Derby Queen, Miss I'iva MoffatI, prcfienled a silver mounted whip to the wlnniuK JoeUey and fastened a rosette on the- horse's bridle. The t)*er-by Queen was presented by the K'xM-bition Coniittee with a botiqiiot of flowers and a sold locket as a aonven-ir of the occasion. Local Saddle Horse Races, i/i .Mile- T. Moore, b (� KlyinK Jib ........ 1 II. Sharpies, ch k Buglei- ........ 2 A. Sharpies, b iii Kid ............ .1 Also ran. Afa'/epjia and Slim. Won by the shortest of heads. Open Pony Race. Vj Mile- F. .loliuson, bl ni Cricket......... 1 V. W. lOllioll. b ni Queen Mab---- 2 C. I'". A. Leeds. To g Rob Roy ____ 3 Vi -Mib' IJaali - P. .lohnson, b m Chinook ....... 1 F. JoIiTisnu. hi m Crtrket ........ 2 A. Sharpies, b ni Kid ........... '' Claresholm Ranchers Cup for Half Rred horses sired by the National Tlurcau Stallion "Naahwaak" G fur-Ion fjs. II. Sharpies, eh g Bugler ........ 1 C. F. A. Leeds, h g Excelsior 2 C. F. A. Leeds, b g Romeo ----'. . 3 Also ran Quoen ;\IaI) and Redwing. Won by two lengths, half a length between second and third. Ladles' Race i/jMlle-- Mlss Myrtle Kraser, Blaze ...... 1 Miss Maude Fraser,' Nod ........ 2 Now Unit Dlackburn Hovers are | givon his life tor bis country. Lieut. prepai-ee at the tenllon in the gron|). Association game, hiis lost bis only The MidlantI Section : son In the recent niieralions. Tlie conipo.sitlon of this group will , Grlm�by Town's Roll H,',T^'"''.,^ '"'"''"r""' 1""! H''0'tly after the outbreak of war clubs are des.rons of ."-tainlng ^ J U,,,,,^,,,^. Rotherhain Conntv and Cbestei'llold i enlisted. Already lluee iiave 'laid nb.?'\,,V'''u;.',"f'f'I'-/'''' '"'."f" ^'Jlaown thoir llyos, ami four have beet. Lincolnshire YeomBury, was shelled by an Austrian .submarine: Lieut. I .f. Ij. Urqtuliart, a dashing centre-forward, fejl while leading his pla to' strong claiiM lor inclusion. .Newcastle Tuited are i)repared play wiMiin ;\ small ��.rea. FootbTll Battalion 'I'bis bnltalion. wlilch has been heavily engaged of late in I'raiice, has just lost the scM'vlces of Capt. IlerhVrt Wall, who was given his company last .March. Capl. Wall; who is tile younger son of .Mr. F. .1. .Wall of the I''ootbail Association, unexpectedly returned from France, where he escaped serious casualty. He la now attached to the Royal Flying Corps, and whole-beartert in nil tliat he undertakes, lie is eager lo obtain a pilol's cerlilicale. He is Ibc (Irst man in the l'"ontball P,al-taiion to enter this new arm of ills Majesty's services. .Since tlie war broke out be has bad a life of great adventure, both as a newspap(!r correspondent and a soldier. Lancashire Losses Lieut. Jolin Cotton of Lord Derby's Clounty iPalatine R.F.A., died froiii toon In a charge al Loos," while Tom Kelly, who never .shirked work or danger, survived the perils of the GalllpoH Peninsula only to fall on the western front. or the othorH. Sid Wlieelhouse, Alfred Gregson, Frank Martin and Percy Summers, all members of the Footballers' Battalion, have been wounded in action, though happily not seriously. Lieut. J. B. Coulaon, the son of a former chairman of Ihe club, has died in l^rance from wounds, Mr. W. H. Bellamy, a director of Grimsby Town, and a member of the council . of the Football Association, has received notification that his son, Capt. Charles Bellamy, of ,tiie Lincolnshire Regiment, has been seriously wounded in the great advance. BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Aquatic Club Sailing Race Tomorrow, Camp Fire at Night modal, and six or seven speed merchants are expected to enter. In the evening at dusk and by the moonlight. If there is any, the Afluatic 'I'omorrow afforrtoon at 3.30 the fiailiiig traloruity will make a big tf-fiirt fo pull olf the sailing rare, posi-poned from Woduos(iay last on account of iiuf.avorablo woather. Tli',' (nurse will be twice around the lake, frfarting and linisliing between the buoy and the diving stand opposite the '�fiathouse. Competitors will pass the t*i-ree white flagged bnoys to the right j____ > �^epiug eacdi buoy on the loft bow. and musicians, in fact all the makings ire race is for a handsome silver |for a high old time. Brooklyn ... Boston ... . Philadelphia New York ., Chicago ,. . St. Louis . . Pittsburg . . Cincinnati .. .")� �IK 111 4,-. 15 �M 3!� 24 :-;y 14 4!l fll .700 ..5cr. .T,a7 .."lOG .47!) .444 .433 .400 Divide Double Header Boston, July 31.-St. Louis won the first game 4 to 3 and Boston the second 2 to 1 in a double bill here today. Catchers Gowdy and Tragressor, of the braves wore injured in the second game. In the third inning of the second game l'>ors was banished by Umpire Rigler for disputing a decision. Allen, wlio relieved Hagan in tlio fourth inning of tlic second con- Boston ... Chicago ... New York . Detroit ... Cleveland . . Washington St. Louis . Philadelphia AMERICAN ...... ."i4 .-)3 .")! �Ill 4K 111 40 J if 44 III 71. ..-)71 .r)ij7 .541 ..'(37 ..021 A\i'> .211 Here Is the Average Man's Ideal Car- Tlie happy nu'tliiun Ix'tweeii Hie iinuister ear UvM is piirehaeed to iiiipfess people-and the eranipin^convcyanee used merely to j;et from |)laee to pia. Osliawa. Now obtainable, a few at the old price, $(i75.()0. Call and see the car. A demonstration is a revelation. Chevrolet Motor Company, Limited Factory a t Oshawa. LETHBRIDGE DEALERS: Baalim Motor Co., Limited BACK OF UNION BANK, THIRD AVENUE SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE club will hold a camp fire meeting,, at wliich all members arc urged to bo \ test virtually won his own game, hit- present with their friends, need to bring is a cup and a cushion. The club has a large supply of cooks All they [ ting for three bases and scoring the winning run in the eighth on Fitz-Patrick's sacrifice fly. First game- Boston .............. 3 10 3 Vi-.' eqi- Alien lUic stellar iiall was witnessed at �game last niglit between Knox ois and St. Patrick's juniors of the i V .5.' league, wlilcli was won by St. rick's by a score of 11 to i"). The Vatterioa for Knox were Ridpatb and Sang, and for St. (Patrick's Zubacb and Cliolcliak. Mr. Brandow umpired. The teams wore: Knox-Sahg, Ridpatb, Gelghan, Wiley, Patrick, Camp-boll, Ueiioon, RIdpatli and Mclntyro. St. Patriclt'k-Cholak, Zubacb, Fer-�ko, Kennedy, Pisko, PIncliak, Zubacb. ^PltiUo, Zenani ^ TENNIS The draw for the Itaworth Cup rep resenting tho men's singles cliampion-ship will bo open to all. Players wish ing lo enter will send their names io A. (!. Rawortli. Tith St. S., not later than Friday, August 4th. Tho first game will be played Aug. 7 at tho city : UNCONDITIONAL RELEASE ? .: : : ? : :^ means cure; Why not prove this 7 i>nta9Ut$ ana Storti.- 4 inch tires What cars at this price do you know of that have 4 inch tires ? NONE! This new Overland has. ' This is a big advantage. So are the powerful motor; the cantilever springs; electric starter; electric lights and complete equipment The whole car is the world's most extraordinary value. See it at once. ~ I). 8. WILLIAMSON CO., 320 9TH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. :: :: PHONE 1548 Willys-Overland, Limited HMd Office and V^orkt, We.t Toronto, Ont. Yz Horsepower Mod�i75 B Roddis^ter $870 rO.B.TOI�>NTO..' 4-crllnii*r .n bloc motor SV bar. X 5* ttrok. -.------- 4-Inch tIrMi non-akld* on r.ar El.<:tria lights C*ntiUv.r r..r �prin(* Str.amUn. bo^ljr EI.etrio .t.rt.r ( M.fn.dc �pa.domM.r i Co'ifipl.t. .qulpm.nt . ;