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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 2, THE LETHBRJDOE DAILY HERAtn NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn Pittsburg Boston Chicago New York St Louis Cincinnati 411 47 40 46 45 51 51 AM. ASSOCIATION SATtiHDAV C1AMBS Kansas City...... 5 II 81. I'liul.....'....... 't Cleveland I Second SI. I'alil 1 Cleveland .t Jlilivankce Columbus 3 .iniliaimiiolis 7 SUNDAY OAMKS Kansas 7 Louisville. I) Second Kansas City...... 2 Louisi'illl' 2 (Called end eighth, Si. I'aiil.. 4 CIrv.eland U SKXDAV OAMKS Philadelphia...... 1 Chicago 2 Alexander and Killitn Adams and "Archer. Brooklyn............ 3 Cincinnati 1: J'roviiiencc......... 3 Rochester Douglass, Dell and Miller McHcn-. Second St. I'alll 'oiumljus .Minneapolis Kecond Cleveland Milwaukee Indianapolis Indianapolis INTERNATIONAL iv, Toney and Wmgo. Second 3 Cincinnati Coomhs and Miler, McCarty; Ton- -cy, Bentoii and Clarke. Ne.n- York.......... 3 St. Louis Marquarcl. Sliaucr and Meyers Ice and Snvdcr. iilence......... 3 I Uk-nmolnl.......... i Second Kiclmicnd.......... Slarri.sblii'g........ 2 Second I larrisbury Undies let- Kuffalo 'Buffalo Toronto Toronto llSETS NEW MARK GRAND CIRCUIT 4: PETER SCOTT OF 2.043J IN SECOND Sal- (Called on account'of Jersey City....... Montreal NORTHWESTERN xop.THWKSTKnK Vancouver......... 5 Aterdeeji 1 Seattle Victoria............. 1 Tacoma SATURDAY (iAMIiS Vancouver......... 3 Aberdeen Seattle.............. I Victoria Spokane............. f! .Tacnnia Second New 4 St. Louis 1 Pcrritt and Dooin Doak and Sny- der. SATURDAY GAMKS Kew York.......... 3 Chicago 7 Mathcwson and Dooin Vaughn and Archer. Second Kew "York........., 1 C'hicaco Tesreau. mendeil and Meyers Che- ney. Pierce, and Archer. Brooklyn............ n 1'ittsliurg 5: Appleton 'and .Miller; Mammauxj and tjibson. r. Real Irish Retort Second game- A entercd an inn will, a Brooklyn........... -1 'usburS "I doE, an h-ishtuan asked what -puT ;sw and then replied, v.'itb a drawl: "II is a cross between an ape and an Ir'sh- 8j Detroit. Mich., July Ax- i worthy, owned hy the Pastimes sta- j Ides Cleveland, and drivc-n by liam Andrews, won the renewal IJof 'he Merchants' Jiml .Manufacturers' j Klyke, from field of.' irotlurs-wliii'h ever Diced ED. BARROWS GIVES .TO MACHINE GUN FUND Toronto, Ont., Aug. taking his dcirartiire Mr Montre- al, 'president Harrow 01' the International lei'.K'ic indicated symiiatllics (or Hie Allies by sending 5100 to Ihu Toronto Sportsnieh's Patriotic associa- tion. to asuiBt In tne purchase of machine suns for the Canadian troops. Conlrihntions arc nelns i inadi! rapidly, and il is hoped lo ruise sport- ini: organizations. .s systematic camiiaifin has arranged, aad it is intclldod to canvass each nieinber-of in the var- ious branches of spun, amateur and iirofesslonal. i i CONTINUE FIWM FRONT 'PAGK. San i'Tanc-hieo, AUK! ".king's enp" oliercd by King V. of Great Hritain'for competition in the i yacht, races; In .be held in San Fi'a 'iS1. an." Neville, i-iiuerry of tin- duke of Con-; Wi'jiy and ju> Worn Dot, Thin ant! Miserable Until .She Took "Fruit-a-jives" Ifll-t. Tnmltif ami Distressing- 1 leaittirhes nciirly drove me wild. Sorao I 11 mm i stums change, I'layer hail lieen nr-, 'VII HUH i gicctril, l lie lyible unread, I'copie had; pfiin svuTPri i I U LU III 11 i ll I! LnO L I i The sorrow and Knct brought about _______ ny soldiers living on the field of hon- or had brought people ncaicr to (Joil. NaiTatfaiifctt Pier, U. J.. -July 11.; The war has also united tin- people, i ili'iratcd Great Keck Parly dii'icrcnci's have been forgotten, j fur Ihe aolu diaminiiiishiii of the I'll- In the "Id land coalition "uverumcnt, ha( A Changed Empire 1 This nar, said Mr. Di'iiuon, had relieved me. Tu-day J am aboat in tin- Kliijiire a moa-: i'ef-linff fine itnrl meeting I'rayer had lieen thu street, askrrt ihn reason for my improvedapjie-arsncc. I.snid, taking f'riiil-a-li-'es." He said, "If i'lliil-a-tivcs make you look so well, go 'Diced the darter In this classic. Ohi'ST Raised from thn to ihe --'JSii-lKrH Ihe brought out a dti7.enlwnt.lM i he hrs! fines in but Lee' tiiR lot and took ri'.ce in straight heats. l.v he had lo SPI it new' record of '2-UKi .for the to heaf'-Pptyr Scotl. was Ihe chief contender i i.all the Close Finishes Features (lav. Four former iiilcrnaiional cup I took iiarl. Mpadowbiook i rciircsenlei! iiy Kyyinond Bel- ii. H'atErhury. Malcolm Slevcnson and Devereir; Milburn.The t-illli'. Neck tram nas ina'le up of C. C. .1. Watson U'e'ub. I'.j Beadleslon and Stoddnrd. lictn formed with Tories. Liber- Lalioritrs. all the. dificri' es' united. It would be en tragic, he said. In bring ahi nolfticjil sliifc in C'anaiia ahead nnil take ihrm. Tlieji are doing more for yoti t'an.'' Jliss. U.S. WILLIAitS. fXJo. a bo.-', I, for trial size 25o. At dealers or sent postpaid by l. class- a-tives LiniifBU. Ottawa, '.t anrt nit any at the Hopeful Outlook LooLini; forward, .Mr. Denoon is tu "Itesibt not but "the. Judsc delivers thec to the officer and ilinu" arc cast info prison." That force can be righteously employed for socictv is a fact rCCOE- i. .1. u.iison Hi-no, i-.j Looking forward, ilr. ucnoon u( is a fact recog- Beadleslon and "The conflict will he lonit. Uermaiiy I bj. the'.Scriptures. God Himself. is a mighty nation, hut we hiive no; js (10( irom the obligation of v v v v i rea.son in tc discouraged. Victory (.'mpioving iora. in combating evil. will come in the rail. I'eac-c will he I EDDIE McGOORTY LOST proclaimed al an a'.viul cost, and sac-.! -PROFIT IS FIGHT IN AUSTRALIA I.el us believe! m Ihe spirit of, B1? .P f.. _vll MRS. T. C. BUNDY DEFEATS MISS K. 'BROWN AND MISS F. IP ihe Ji. and M.. wns the fca- the week's Gram! Circuit ihorc I wo heats in otiier events today, in which Ihe fin- j ish's so close Ihr. judges with- ,-iijciaion unli! 11 pliolo who siiapiicd tlic and showed lllc winner. singles Icn'nis duinpion. in the i I.oml Beach, Cal., -inly u'o-i Thonin.'; C. lln.'idy (Mav .Sniton) this BS morning defeated' .Mary K. Browne, i national'K doubles FIGHT London, July llc- Goorty of Oislikosh, was defeated al Sydney. tonight, in tile Itjth.round of a middle weight match w-lth Dafcy. an Auslra- lian boxer, according 10 a dis- patch lo the Central Xews i rilice. Let us believe! in Ihe spiri We cannot lislit for God and j Godlilie principles unless we arc God- W. Westbrook at Westminster The yciung men m" the city would j luue to lune a prett> good- reason for not rc'nriiiting after, listening lo given ;BIG FAIR'S PROFIT IS San Francisco. Ca.1., July profits ot were earned by lile'PananB-Pacific exposition during.-', the 23 weeks of operation ended last nighl accordinir to a financial sta.te'-. ment issued "lo'day. Of this. 'was earned last three weeks, more than during brook at WcsLniin- j; tlifi ui the pas- '-'C SS.20S. Dale man." "Faith, Ihin. we're buili re- lated to Hie was the ready retort.'1 Boston................ 3 Cincinnati Rudolph, Davis and dowdy and Clark. Philadelphia...... 1 Sk Louis _ Dcmaree, Alexander and Killifer 'Ames, Robinson and Snydcr. Second panic- Philadelphia...... S St. Louis Bixey and Killiier Perdue haus and Snyder. Boston Chicago Detroit Washington New York St. l.ouis Cleveland Ph lanced lo bring Ihe number or tracks! Cleveland........... 0 Philadelphia Ijup to six.. It is pleasing to note) Harstadt .and O'N'eill nndjthat some real friends' of the thor- Lapp. loiishbred sport ?.ra-ir-tsrveniug anfi j lliakiuji; the wav of the promoter any.} St. Louis.......... o Washington Kaiuilton and Scvcroitl Galliaandj Henry. World's in Boston 1-ce Axworthy led all Ilirs way in olVne southern California clmm-i ihe firsl heat of the .M. nnd 51. SpV'j'pjon.shin lournainciu. 2, Jiiss, pn horses came into the stretch i Browne's first defeat in tluvc years, abreast, hut Peter Scott and LOB Ax-! and in the, afternoon defeated hci worlhv drew away in Ihe last eigil'lh i sister, Florence Sutton, in the dial- win .sier dii tor. Rev. 'ill- that Mr. Hcstbronk happened .U preaching in U'estinin.ster just, a aird ic.slerday, when war was dared. For {hat porvion of his ser-: cu; nuui on jfcruiling yeslcrday he too.'j ,d fur llis text, king and counlry p nerd elaboratiiiK on the. su- preme of iU'itain's cause, am the previous 20 weeks. The total attendance [or the period was given as a, daily the soulhrrn Caiifnr- AMERICAN W. placeil Valentine in the land led the field to It .-109 horse-racing game in Canada a pole j WILLIAMS WINS FROM ase__________________ .PROFITS TO BE SHARED "Uridjjeporl. Conn., July was piveu to 300D workmen by the.'; America, today, ......._ be shared I them The plan is to increass proportionately, with .the production. nroT VVUKLL) O Btbl Detroit............... 1 Boston Covaleskie. Stcen and Foster and Cady. Detroii, llicli.. July jhov.-ed his superiority over all oth- jer pacinc champions this afternoon World's in Boston :hy outlasting and c.utsanrine his field j I The Braves are beginning to make i and winning the SSOOO free-for-all, two -1 their presence felt in the National hems out of tiiree. This Old or Spare EAZORS REQUIRED For the TROOPSAt 2 OIIL 1ms not bier nnailcd wil not be tins year, Bawson, f) ft0, rur a UJl lhe last years cliann'ion, is in tnc cast. lh( on Ult mds Oi llu toi oITtrta sutnl supplitatinu lint former OR yaturday and as a'result j ilir people he tit tnkft the war Jb M V is tin moic stnousK for jll upon Mhoin Nationals lor pnnucr honors, in tht IcaduMiip 01 intii ull, chinch, state, N. L. U. i lund ;mil xtn for niinisiera who-arc ______------------------ ihe men m ihe UeiuliLs [or all I s ru dt liomc tins-- have CiTYMHnBESrM SI. L 0 tO i GOOD LACROSSE MATCH FEDERAL W. Kansas City Chicago mi 3-t St. Louis BrooMvn Buffalo' Baltimore 50 -15 SI.'XDAY GAMES Buffalo............... K St.: Louis ._ Krapp and Allen Plank, Willet and Chapman. Second game- Buffalo................ 1 St. Louis 1 Fold, Anderson and Blair and. Al- len Cranrtall and Chapman. 1 Kansas -.v, Quinn and Owens Main and East- their presence felt in the National hems out of tiirec. Tis even, 'jleasue race, and it may be that the i which brought the. most. (11- for the woilrt's charapionship Ibis fall.; race of hampions are nearer the topi day of the grand circuit week. Onlj some great tragedy was approaching. any help from hull. Bird of a Shot George Cook Wiehl. son of n Joseph banker, was playing on links of the Country club, hnll in front of Flower Ircct, with Anna. Bradford a bad last. maintained these positions for gl I five-eighths of ,2 mile, when the tin'trailers moving up. tne i o, driving from Ihe fifth tee. the ball Directlira from 1V2, lo carntst indiudualj miieh lo cervices tint bt LOO Hikel for mil In ilui time those who berk in till fullest sense the welfare'of the world will hi the help of unsetn but eter. nal loices into triumph Let; u1- hiunjil iiniiur the mightj i hand.of God and He will exalt us. Rev. W. 6. Asher I Hci'. H'. Ci: Asher. of the. Christian I church, said Ihis ib a bittl 01 ideils i uat 01 toiiriiig model As far as we there will be jnd w mid deciil" whctliei hrolhcl no chani-e ill the CB1 said Harr> O i ]iood itist imong the nations Bell of the local except that I whethct the llfcht Ol Ihe weak shal obtain a pi ne with 01 thP the speedometer w'iil not he .ed in. the regular equipment." incind- LOOK HERE BASEBALL TONIGHT Don't forget the big baseball tilt Bet- Leth- tonight at the. Athletic Park. tsr-up at fi.30. Direct ivhuni second According to critics, I'Garihalili, fourth.' better.of the boxing houjrtncy. and...Sir.Wilfrid. Hcst cnampion, and nt of Chicago, hoxcd tsn rounds i bridge are.playins an ..exhibition hpn- at Forest Park, a suburb, last night.! efit game for a well-known and popu- 'Iccordin; to critics, Wolgast had the -who Is on .his -back hers Rank, won Danfiald, second; Conflagriv- tion, ihird. .Time, Six running Maniiny, Won Ci'urds, second Sure Time, MACHINE GUNS .FROM GOLF Wlnn'ities. Man., July the precedent set by the nencojis- fiald'Gblf club, Montreal, the Winni- peg Gc' has; donated a liis- chino gun and eriiiipmenl at n coat or one thoimnd dollars to. the 100th is on his -back here rti the hospital. Bverj'body.turn out GUN M6ETIN3 There will .be a meeting of the Io- cnl Gun.c' the Hick-Sehl hard- ware store. Pates -will be arranged for the city championship and prov- incial'" championship shoots. Ail members are urged to turn out. Jleot- iag. at S o'clock. Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES-FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Pricjc in Bicycle- Repairs and Cannot Be Beat INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 5th r stioni; Alietlitr tin l.iws if iidiions shill he tul as lutich n the laws Ihe muni s rnleis ind no'crn meiils ihali hi as s ic-ed and inuol able ss tin ana pledge of tho and ibou this woild will dec whethei nations I Mhos, ideals ire peace indnstn Ifciualih ami brotlrrhOod ihj! be i ciushed L> others whos" ire inllttari'iln Cl sujlieill iw self-; I au'landiseinenl I "England attcn it (he inimtm I mt ol peai" and her conduct throughout tne war was striMnplj conl asted with that of dermam ill" leimrkini; thai Ho (hat do eth in rigliteons UUr dealing with tie justice of the the sireikrr tclcrrjd to tllo i propnetj of the church in and Christians in iinrticllht taking pait in The prer_pts of the 1'nnce 01 1'cici ire latgli picccpls fcr )h" indiMdtial ind there are in to le confounded with pnn cf ginctnmenU I he litdmidal THE FRONT; Cutlers Hall, Sheffield, June 7, 1915 n 1 ghout tis couny j in order when, re sending them use of the troope Ihomas B I ae Eso 30 Vront St rait Toronto, Canada. Deal iiioaths the Cutlers Company ap 1 proiched bj the War and 1 undertook, to cum our the col j lection of spare 01 Razors tlnoughout this county puttln0 them in order when re cen ed and waul for the Tli is course was necessary owing to the inability o' manufacturers to meet luffic I lentlv the of llie. soldiers front. I ini pleased to aai up to the i present "0 000 iwie lieen re ceived and from the iptUi ion will tee how much the effort 11 being appreciated In Ills Lordship and the War Office and the desire expressed' that ihe appeal should be con tinned. 19tb Ma> 1915 IIy. Dear. Wintour "informed me of the steps which you have Keen goda "en- ough to take in to the "collection from private sources, of lazors tor the tioops aad I 'write'to express to you my.ap- preciation ot the varaaWe which has therebv been rend ered to the War Department. I shall he glad it will atcepi and convei lo the mem bers of the Cutlers Companj and others who have as-ststed ion in this work m> cordial thanks for the trouble which ind tncv taken fn the niatter. 'The need for razors not entirelv met and I am pleas ed to know that ion hope to be able to obtain additional quan tities. 'Yours-faithfully. (Sgd.) 1 befc to issure you that m conti ibittmg to the collection your efforts will be very iraiich appreciated bj the authorities here and alsoHbj tuiself "iottrs talthfulll (Sgd) W H ELLIS Master Cutler Look them up quick. them with or send by post to West- ern Canada Agency, Lethbridge. ;