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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY AUGUST TIIK DAILY i KUAUV PAGE THREE Kilties Play Baseball Here Thursday Night Against Locals At Eckstorm's Park Games Being Arranged With Taber and Warner For Friday and Saturday Got out your best rooting voice, pol- ish it up, lill your pockets with pea- nuts ami hie to tho old Eckstorm'ball grounds on Thursday evening at 6.15. There is going to bo a ball game, the first real baseball gumo of tho sea- son and t'je whole town is turned loose for occasion. The Kilties are going to play. Arrangements have at last been imuie for the visit of the Sarcee run- ners, up io tho south. The invasion will be a three days affair, the first game being booked for Lcthbridge on Thursday. Taber on Friday and War- ner on Saturday. The Sarcee camp has been a humdinger and tiie 113th furnished the surprise. With Q. M. S. Regan leading tho bunch.' they lowered Deacon While's colors in the first gamo pluy- od, mude a reputation for themselves and are now quite cocky. Lethbrlclgo is invited to trot out its best for to- morrow night. A picked aggregation from tho 78th battalion, Old Timeri: Knox. and other scattered players will don the uniform to go up against the huskies from tho north. The follow- ing local players are asked to be on deck: Brando w, Stewart, Lund, Wil- liams, Green. Frey, MuPhee. L. M. Dunsworth, McKillop, Me ny, Gallivan, Robison, Love, Bonfiell, Wallace, Garberry, Murray and any others who may have been overlook ed. These men are urged to trot t to the old ball park, Eckstorm grounds tonight for a work-out, pick a captain and a team for the fray. Be on hand tonight, boya and ilope out a plan of defense against tho invaders. A gate of 25 cents will be charged here to help defray the expenses of, the BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL 57 43 50 46 .____ _. 45 St. Louis......... 44 [Pittsburgh......... 40 1 Cincinnati' 39 Brooklyn Boston Philadelphia j Chicago i New York 24 37 40 50 45 5G 51 .704 .570 .440 .440 .Split. Even Philadelphia, Aug. shut out Philadelphia in the first game to- i'day 2 to but lost tho second 3 to 3 despite the fact that Hendrix held the hcine team down to one hit. the second game Philadelphia sot j enough runs in the first inning to wii on bases on balls, Chicago....... Philadelphia Lavender and and Burns. .Second Chicago....... Philadelphia L steal and a single. 2 G 0 4 Wilson; Chalmers Hendrix, Banforlh and Wilson; De- and Burns. Boston Wins Boston; Aug. won from St. Louis 1 to 0 today in an'11 inning pitching duel between Rudolph and Meadows the Cornier having the better oE the contest all Uie way. Jlagee furnished the fielding features of the day with two sensational one handed catches of long drives after hard runs. St. Louis.............. 0 4 3 Boston 1 6 6 Meadows and Snyder; Rudolph and Kice. Plttsburg Rallies New York, Aug. being shirt out in three successive games Pitts- burg rallied here today and broke New York's winning streak by taking a 10 Inning game by a score of 4 to 3. Pittsburg, 4 7 2 New York...... 39 2 Fisher and Schmidt; An- Schupp and .Olson's Good Work Brooklyn, Aug. batted Boston Chicago AMERICAN 55 57 53 Cleveland....... 52 Detroit.......... 53 Washington...... 49 St. Louis....... 40 Philadelphia...... 10 40 -42 44 4-1 4G -11; 49 73 .579 .540 .542 .535 .816 .500 .207 St. Louis Takes Last St. Louis, Aug. Louis took the sixth and last game of the series with New York today 3 to 2 in 14 innings, St. Louis scored the winning run in the 14th when Sisler singled, took second on Pratt's sacrifice and scored on Marsan'a single. Hay Cald- well, pitcher for the New York Am- ericans was suspended for 15 days without pay today and fined for infraction of the slab rule. New York............ 2 8 2 St. Louis.............. 3 12 0 Mogridge, Russell and Nunamaker; Davenport, Wcilmaii and Hartley. Cleveland Wins Cleveland, Aug. inef- fectiveness arid lack of control in' the second Inning allowed Cleveland to take an early lead and win from Wash- ington C to 1. Washington made nine hits including two triples and WALLY SCHANG Of the I'liilmlulphlii Athletics, who had his skull fractured when he crashed into Ihu grandstand while chasing a tout ball in a recent game. Canoe Races and Other Stunts Go On This Evening at 6.30 Something new is being pulled by the Lethbridge Aquatic club today. Heretofore the canoe and other races have been run off dur- ing the afternoon, but today the club has decided to hold them in the evening starting at 6.30. The sailing race was on this afternoon but tonight every one is invited to see the other events at the lake. A new foil.starched light weight tape smarter than a soft collar Admitted the best quality and best .fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL WES M TABER Champion. Aug. Saturday Tuly 2Jth, the Stivoly basehul! team with a few othe'-s, inotcred over Champ-on to play off the game which had been between tin: two towns some time before. The ihampion team received them all in readiness and the people from the country were all, or mostly all, in to cheer their own team when victory would be theirs. Fully forty cars of all descriptions were lined up around the baseball diamond. At 4.15 the game started. Stavely at the hat, but they only remained ong enough to have three men "fan- led." Champion made four runs when j their turn came to hit the curves two doubles oft' Coveleakie, but would lave been shut out had it not been for Chapman's low tttrow to first with two out in the ninth. Washington............ 1 9 0 lleveland G 7 2 Boehling, Shaw, and Henry; eskie and O'Neill. Three Straight for Boston Detroit, Aug. made it three straight from Detroit today, win- ning 6 to 2. -Spectacular fielding by Burns was the main feature of the lontest, Joston 6 7 Detroit 2 7 Shore and Cady; James, McKeen and Stanage. Wins Two From Athletics Chicago, Aug. cut down thrown bv Haynes. The game went with OUR run here ami one :run there and when the first half of the ninth inning was ended Champion had Stavely beaten 5 to 4. The game was a clean one and show- ed that the boys had done a good deal of practising. Among a lew blunders made, some very np-to-date scientific "stunts" were pulled off. inter- Mitchell hard in the four innings in Boston's lead today by winning a which they scored Meyers and Olson double header from Philadelphia. 3 tc doing good work at the bat. OlseniO and 3 to 2, while Boston, won from batted in two rims making a total of eight driven across by him in the last three, games. Hant .style, Cincinnati Brooklyn He also fielded in bril- Mitchell, Rucker and Wingo, Clark; Bell and Miller. GLEN CAMPBELL ILL Winnipeg, Aug. Glen Campbell underwent a serious oper- ation for internal trouble a few days Chicago Detroit in the initial game. Russell's fine pitching with good fielding prev ented the visitors from scoring whil the locals bunched hits off Nabors The locals won tho second game as a result of Myers' wildness couplet with opportune hitting. Philadelphia........... 0 G Chicago..........___ 3 9 Nabors and Picineck; Kussell ant Schfllk. Second Philadelphia ago. He is stilt very sick. Myers and and Lapp. "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge Beer- ALBERTA'S PRIDE (Non-lntoxicat'ng) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in the City. PERRY REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALPA'-E HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL ADDI3ON HIOQINC, OALT GROCERY, ITALIAN SROCEHY, LETHBRfDOE CANDY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO, B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAFE, MIKE SALONIKI POOL ROOM NO. 0. i esting features were: The home run by 'Siler" who brought in a man from second and the way Champion's first baseman got a man between first and second. Pitchers: Haynes for Stavely, Siler Cor Champion. Umpire, Bill Carmichael. NORTHERN Winnipeg 0; Fargo, 1. Superior 2; Dulnth 5. INTERNATIONAL Toronto S; Montreal 5. Newark, 9; Richmond 7. Rochester 0; Buffalo 4. First Providence 6; Baltimore 7. Second Providence 2; Baltimore 4. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 4; Columbus 9. No games scheduled. Lethbridge Highlanders vs. the Tnbcr Crescents r.t Tsber, Friday evening at 6.30. The sporting editor at the request of Lieut. Asqiiltli of the Killics got in louch with JlaniiKor Fnnililin of the Tabet Crescents this morning and ar- iged the above baseball tussle for the edification of the funa of the min- ing city to the east. Manager Frank- lin promised to trot out Ins very best p-SKi'egution for Uie fray and as the fans are all drooping for lack of a real game, the whole to-.vn will be on deck for tiie event. The Highlanders will leave Lcthbridge at 13.10 p.m., return- ing from Taber at the next morn- ing. That Taber will show 'em a good team and a good time goes with- out saying. Friday evening at tf.30 at the Taber ball yard. Warner on Saturday The Kilties baseball team will play at Warner- on Saturday afternoon. This promises to be tiie best game of the lot, as Warner lias a crack team. Top a-nickel, please the counter in the comer i THE KAISER MUST BE TRIED FOR MURDER OF CAPTAIN FRYATT. London, July office yesterday' published the communica- tion it sent to American Ambassador Walter Hiiies Page concerning the case of Cat. Fryatt. The communica- tion states: "His -majesty's government finds it difficult to. believe that a master of a merchant ty fiss.fi! who, after German iubniarines have adopted the prac- tice of sinking merchant vessels with- out for warning and the lives without regard of _ the pas- sengers or crew, took the step which appeared to afford the only chance of saving not only his vessel but the lives of all nn board, can have been shot deliberately iu cold blood for this action. 'If the German government has. in fact, perpetrated such a crimem in the case of a British subject held pris- oner 'by them it is evident that a most serious condition of affairs has arisen. "The foreign secretary, therefore, is obliged on behalf of the government to request that an urgent inquiry may be made by the United States embassy in j Berlin as to whether the report of the shooting of Capt. Fryatt is true in or- ler that the British government may the largest selling gum in the world. Because it benefits while it gives the longest-lasting pleasure for the price. iff Made in Canada Write Wra. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd., Wrigley Building, Toronto, for 'the Sprightly Spearmen's funny Mother Goose book. routes of the world arc practically dominated in time of war by Wiis- lish coaling essential own- England, -for of the -1 IDE IS PACIFIC COAST Sail Lake. 4; San Francisco G. Los Angeles 2; Vernon 0. Oakland 4; Portland 0. TaQoma 7; Vancouver 4. Butte 2; Spokane 6. Great Falls, 0; Seattle 3. Lawn Bowling The last two evenings' play for the Single Lawn Bowling championship cup has brought about several inter- esting changes In the standing of the different contestants. Lucky Scott ost his second game of the series, going down to defeat at the hands of eorgu Jones. This put Mcllveria in the lead, also gives the ither players still a chance to get in he jewelry class. The standing of players up till Tuesday evening vho had won over a the ganius played in this competition, was as follows; Won Lost Pet. Mcllvena........ 8 1 .SS8 R. Scott......... 12 2 .857 R. Ward........... 7 4 .636! Livle............ S 5 .615 i I. Scott............ 3 3 .500 i V. Hutton......' 6 .500 Baldry........... 1 1 Campbell........ 4 5 G. Jones............ 3 4 The following players arc requested o play tonight and as many nights as ossible this week, so that this com- otition .can be finished as quickly, as ossiblef Messni. Cameron, Oliver, Vnrd, Fr.irley, Overall, Clarke, Hal- 1 dry, Chowii. eague of Britons has establish- ed to secure the trial and punishment j of the German emperor and other j ligfhly placed Germans "for the mur- j ler of Capt. Fryatt and other vic- tims." :The members of the league, accord- ing to the paper are pledged to vote against any government which re- 'LISOS to make .an indispensable con- dition of peace that such 'tribune be established and that the emperor and others if convicted shall be executed. The Weekly Dispatch says that a mob at Rotterdam on Saturday parad- ed the streets demonstrating against the Germans on accour.'. of the execu- tion of Capt. Fryatt. They -broke the windows in the German consulate. Harry Hall. Many automobile there. Amongst the parties and family, and Bob Bailey erc' frieiids, with .many .others. Tom Ramsey and family in the Ver- berg auto; JMr. ami Mrs. tiillis with Miss Able as guest; Walter Quinn, with Miss Welch; Mr. Frazer with Miss Sarali Horn and Miss Brownlec; S. 1. Harris and and Mrs. Dancing was started p.m., misio being furnished by the Hans Olsen orchestra. a day of great fun and enjoyment. PIONEERS DiE Regina, Sask., Aug. pio- neer residents of Regiiia, Adam Ross Halroyd aiid friends of Warner; Mr.'jand Charles McKusker, died yester- iand Mrs.Ralph Chase; Mr. John MuIIerJday. TO COAL WORLD'S NAVIES The Powers Keep Jealous Eyes on AH Strategic Ports George Harding, in Harper's Maga- zine, says: Every world power casts covetous eyes on available sites for (From our own Correspondent) Lucky Strike, July Miss E. A. _ Kennedy, Ray Noble and Harry Eunis j gave" a wild horse stampede at the mouth of Verdigree's Coulee on Sat- urday, July 29th, that gave great en- joyment to a 'large audience. They had about twenty head of horses in the corral, these being ridden by the different riders in the first trial, leav- ng but four to try again for the mon- cantile fleets. On tho confined shores of the Yellow sea three great powers established coaling at Port Arthur, at Weihaiwei find at Kiaoclmu. Our government, with an ear open to faint keeps an.eye peeled on St. Thomas and the coast of- Mexico, ever watching for myster- ious doings or slightest suspicion of transfer, of domain to another power. To guard ilio trade routes and ap- n'oaches to the Gulf of Mexico the Department at Washington has established a most important coal- ng base at Guantanamo, Cuba. Thus til three routes to the he Florida Straits between Key West.-jnid Cuba, through the Wind- va'rd Passage between Guantanamo an Haiti and the passages either .500 J side of Porto now con- .444 .429 trolled by Aiiiorlcnn bases. In the Pacific the coaling station Honolulu, with a storage capacity of tons provides aniplo supplies for the needs of warships guarding the approaches across the Pacific. of 350, Billie Nosbit the second or ?25, and Rube Johnson the 3rd of .Bareback riding of wild horses was then taken up, the rider, having only a curcingle to hold onto. 'Ebe Johnson took the first money in this event, Ray Noble second, and Harry. Ennis third. An exhibition that very few have ever seen was the riding of wild steers, bareback. The jumps and would give was very many, a rider took plunges tlip-y amusing and cool bath, as several of the headed direct for the river.. Harry Erniis on a bjack and white steer took first money and Ebe Johnson second. The wild horse race was a spirited contest. Aii iron gray owned by Har- ry Hall, ridden by Dick Jones, took first money of C. W. Bassett com- ing in-second. In the roping contest the riders wore quickly'1; eliminated, some .not being able the steers, otherc from broken rope, so, it narrowed down to Art Barton, who gave an exhibition worth seeing. From the moment the gate of'the corral was 6pon ,'and the -are the equaj of most 15c. Cigars. Some Tobacconists will try to sell you other brands. In contrast, io the Gulf of Mexico steer turned loose Mr. Barton roped and 'the Pacific routes and those to and tied In seconds. The-Judges South ..-American ports, tho trade were V. S, Weir, James Darwin and Simply because there is less profit to them on "Promoter" at 3 for 25c. S. DAVIS SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL "Makers of Fine Cigars for OOST Half a Century" ;