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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDflE DAILY HERALD PAGE THMW w. 50 50 17 17 41 16 Pet. .549 .533 .611 .511 .505 .480 Philadelphia Brooklyn Pittsburg............ Chicago Boston New York St. Louis.............. Cincinnati 39 Philadelphia....... I Chicago Mevrr llaiimgardnci, Tincup and and Adams Cheney, Laven der and Archer. Brooklyn............ I Cincinnati PfeliEr and .McCarthy Schneider Wingo. -1 and; SCHWERS New York-St, yestrrday. Boston-Pittsburg, games, rain. Louis, game played UPINUSI i, N. If BY TO Then- were itfcthat e.vhibi- lion benefit baseball Dinner. last night at the Athletic ''park btlivccn Knov and N'ort-h I'hc di.-.- pnte .vas; settled in the ninth fu- The teams entered -.he home sion. Boston Ohicaeo Washington York St. Louis Cleveland.... Philadelphia AMERICAN w. 58 58 ore ,nu it--itui.t postponed, both stretch neck to neck'and the Nolth- I side club nosed out t'uir by a margin of two. The i was 5 to 3. It was a pretty suiomji c-.- Pcl.ifrora the start until close In the mi- 630 jshi when Ivno.v threw the away with careful deliberation. K17; The issue was decided when ili.ns- wortli ior North Lclhliri'lsc, sot to lirst on an error. Lombard went to Lawn Bowling TROPHY GOES 'BACK Tlie Hankers1 challenge cup leads soil of a shuttle cock existence. Af- ter a short stay at tlie KnuMro club the cup came hack to the Oalt Gar- den club; and will .be played for acain or- Wednesday night. The new challengers arc Dr. Quo. Marrs and J Reid who will try their skill against the new holders. K. John- son and ff. Clarke. The score does not indicate the character 01 the game, which was start to finish., Kmpire Club, _ J. Marnoch... interesting irom fialt Clul) J. .McNahb.... S VI 13 That U. P. SchwcngeiK. the Canad- iun champion, ranks with the (jrcat- est tennis players in the wodd. Is the admission inadn thn American Lawn TonniH Magazine, iu u review of the Bavin Oup sanies. The Vic- toria champion. Is given an excellent testimonial for his, brilliant playing against Ihe' late .-wonderful Wilding, and lh'3 account glyen in the maga- zine testifies to the terrific struggle that the Canadian racimet star put up against, the New Zealanjer. In his summary of the games, the crllic lays Ihe defeat of the Canadian team rath- er lo the extraordinary ability.ot the h Australasians; than to r.ny weakness ,n the ,no Canadians. True, K. .lohnson were beatcan in ........15 straight games, but they showed that j I RAZORS .511 .411-1 fit. Louis.......... 1' Washington Sislcr and Severoid Jo 'Atnsmith. Detroit...............' 5 Boston (Called end 7th, Dauss, Bolanit and Stanage Baker Collins, Leonard and Carri- gan. Chicago.............. 3 New York 3 Faber, Scott and Meyer and Schalk Cole, Brown and Alexander. Cleveland........... 1 Philadelphia 3 Walksr, Jones and' O'Neill Full- inehain, Knowleson and Lapp. IHSl' itll cli-ui. lirst the same way. nil to, short and a wild throw' t' by Livingstone allowed Duns vor.th canter home, llansch i-alt" i Lombard at. second. pn the I'la.v, hut Johnson and i he threw wild and Lombard scored. Knox came into bat, ior th.i tui'c in an attempt'to "even-, natters up, but went down ior count '.vith greased lightning speed before tne steam roller pitching "f Jlnnroc. Munroe pitched a great earne. He had his opponents guessuvj at: eirty turn with a variety of stufl liutw- INESE 11 m EUSI OlfflPIC MEET and FEDERAL iitn tn ii i _----- T revelation to everyone. Shorty s sojourn at Medicine Hat has improv- ed his playing- fifty per cent. Sang pitched a but al- lowed too many walks. He nelded his position well. Munroe turned a trick or two at the bat which made sanies in Manila, the tournament has leen very popular, and the decision o ho'.d the next bi-annual meet at I'okio has caused great satisfaction Hmong the Japanese, who are showing a steadily increasing interest in ath- letics The expenses of the :neet are estimated at atom. 15.000 yen, but popular in .lapan it is Kansas City Chicago Pittsburg Newark St. Louis Brooklyn Buffalo'....... Baltimore Tsewark.. 56 54 51 53 50 44 t-l 35 an impression. Pet. M rjuuswortti .583 j McPhec, 3b...... .551.1 Williams, rf...... -549 Jtjhnson, li........ .546! Bond, c............... i Sang, n............. 3b..... .H9 Hansch, Ib........ .3651 -Livingstone, ss. Hobison, AB.H.H.PO.A.E. Arrangements have been made lo lold the next Olympic games of Hio "ar East in Toklo, Japan, in May, H17 Since the insutlon. of the was in oltl, Manria the tournament has that Rifling outclassed him. ISi lillfcHt. Jirtiiiooi they possess a great deal of ability on the courts. In the final match between Schwen- ami "Wilding, the American Wrlt- I cr marvelled at the service with which i.Schvvengers forced the eind his j I Kameness; In lighting WildiiiK to for the first set was wildly applauded by the 4000 spectators, who witness- ed the" game: It was In this match that Schwengers forced Wildintr to his play is described as the most" bri-illar.i of 'he prelim-, inary patches.' Schvvdicers' driving! fully equalled, that of, Wilding, but it 'the generalship of the courts .0 Considerable space is also devoted In the final Powell-Brookes match, Ibe latter having shown his real form for the first' time during lire tourna- ment There was'nothing in the. ten- nis category that Powell failed to try. He lobbed short and deep. He played the lines, he cross-courted, he hit the believed tile '.baseball' receipts alono ball will total yen. It is expected that the Tokio lour s nament will draw thn largest list ot entries since Ihe beginning of the tar eastern Olympiad. Ellwood S. Brown, secretary of the Far Eastern Athleitc asociation, who has been making the arrangements, says that China w-il'i send at least ISO athlsi.es iu The Philippine Islands will send about 80, whjle Siam and the. -Malay states, the membJrs of the association, will rushed the and he "stayed" back. It was always the same, Brookes' wonderful tennis te same, leaving the Canadian gasping at the manner In.whlch he had been beaten for the point. send about I'O each. 3 Chicago y J Mcseley and Raridcn Prendcrgast, i Black and Fischer. Buffalo.............i.. 6" St. Louis 5 v-Bedlent and Blair Groom, Davenport, Pike and Chap- man. 00 36 3 516 17 6 'Livingstone went into the same in the lifth and Robinson went out., of the game when Dunssvorth was shitt- ed to centre field. N. Lethhridse L. Tnrcotte, 2b, I Hammond, ci. i Green, ss........... Baltimore-Kansas City, g. Gillis, If. AB.R.tl.PO.A.B. Brooklyn-Pittsbufg, rain. AM. ASSOCIATION St. Paul Indianapolis Minneapolis Kansas City Louisville Cleveland Milwaukee Columbus St. Paul............ City...... (11 Minneapolis. 42 43 Columbus Indianapolis 1 Louisville Pet. .606 .561 .531 .505 .500; .152 .448 .392 0 7 L. Dunsworlh, 3b.... 4 Lombard, Ib. A. fiillis, rf. Stafford., c. Munroe, p..... 2 3 0 I) 2 (1 ll 0 1 t 0 11 0 1 (I 9 2 2 6. 0 39 5 7 37 15 5 Score bv innings- North Lethbridge .......300 100 003-3 IKnox-................-Of! 010 base biis, Camp- bell Munro 2. Sacrilice hits. Duns- worth, StaSord. .First'ba'sc on halls, oil Sang 5, oil Munroe 2.; Struck out Dropped by Sang 3, by Munroe 3. third strike. Bond. Stolt bases, rain. INTERNATIONAL Rochester Rochester Providence......... Second -prOvidenco......... Harrisbarg......... Second Harrisburg......... 1 loronto Campbell 3, Dunsworth, Turcotte, Oreen, Hammond. Wild pitch. Sang. Left.on bases, Kriox.5, North l.eth- bridge 11. NANTON BEAT CALGARIANS Santon, Aug. locals won a Buffalo Toronto IS UP IN SIlIS baseball It you major Philadelphia, Aug. coming back into its own have a iricnd who happens to a few shares of stock in a leaeue organization give him f- ond look one of these-days and see it he isn't wearing a judging irom the pa.stiine REMARKS ON MSI Its hit is made! Everybody every where is talking aboht this exciting, delightful Photoplay f that is drawing the crowds. Every- body is in love with charming little Lottie 19-year-old admir- ing Irving Cummings, William Russell, Char- lotte the otherfavorite film who make this Picturized Romantic Novel Woe before your eyes! And don't forget that you arc offered For a Suggestion! Can you suggest a sequel to this prize play? for 1000 words or less. See this big gripping real photoplay SUCCESS before you do anything at Theatre COMING AUGUST 6tii AND "tli REQUIRED For the TROOPSAT THE FRONT Cutlers Hull, Sheffield, -Juno' 7, Thomas K. Lee, Ksu.. Front Toronto, Canada. Pear months ago the Cutlers' Company was ap- by the War Olhce and undertook lo carry out the col- _ lection of snare or discarded '-Razors throughout putllng them in order when re-1 "Lived and -sendiiiK them for- ward for the use ot tlie troops, y Tl'ix course was owir.K io the inability of rim I manufacturers to meet suffic-'I icntly rapidly the rcquireraents'H of llie soldiers at the front. I am pleased to say up to the I present have been re-' ccived and from the following you will see how much the effort is being appreciated by His Lordship and the War Office and the desice expressed) -that the appeal should be con- tinued. E-jily Money? "They said Jimmy Archer, 'that ball players are not earning the salaries they are setting. Vv'ell, I've been out there catching with two toe naf.s mashed ait ty a foul tip, my kneecap smashed 'by another, and two fingers knocked out of joint. That ought to be wortb a few dollars a week; .A Natural Death Semi-Pro Jiaseball league in Calgary lias given'up the Shost. and the teams have disbanded, with tne single 'exception ot the Kewa-Tele- fnr gram arranged a schedule ,rts' i of exhibition, games. -The Orphans, or into its'as they were formerly known, the i settling hack into its, ware awarlied the league i say tlie! championship. _ Golf-Baseball A hybrid game ot baseball and golf closeness in the National league race is responsible for the pickup, and then elose-his eye and mention some- thing regarding-.John- Evers alleged in Boston last week to the effect that the umpires were instruct- ed to make the going close. Be. that as it may, the race ior the 11115 rag-is just about the. last word in chases and the attendance is near enough to tlw old-time figures to make the magnate smile and smack his lips'in the expectation oi the next leasuc meeting, when wine promises to (low like water. This is a sure sign oi baseball's prosperity. A lljullu has -been invented by two boys in At lanta Ga. The obioct of the game is to see in how few throws the player ean throw a golf ball around the coiirse, Rutting ihe ball ia the clip at every hole. Richard "Thug" Thorn- ton is the star of the, new game. "'Thug' can do the East Lake course tn 120 says his ploying part- Vancouver, B.C., inventors have perfected a secret HIP tliod nullifying the effects of iioxloub ga es which been he Huns in their .dastardly attack1! lys Jlajor-General F. L. Lcsaanl, in spector-geueral of military forces in western Canada, who arrived HUE morning from Vornon, where he ha; been conducting an inspection of the iroops in training at the main prov incinl camp. A chemical solution ha jcen produced hi said he had been Informed, which will render ihc dead [5 turnes which been used Milh .1 ttio tirnv Ot the 1 very exciting game, of baseball from the' Calgary News-Telegram team last evening here. The Nanton team is one of considerable ability and the num- ber oi wins to its credit would 'Sit with good' grace op many a team higher up. The .score was 7 to 4 HAND OF LAW LAID ON MANN CUP ROSEDALE BEAT SHAMROCKS, -W "Queen City Jjacrosse. League game between the Tecumseiis and the Kosedales today resulted -in a 9 to 4 victory for the latter team. Tecumsehs were handi- capped because they .were most oi the time one, .two and. three men short. They' complained that Referee Roach s decisions favored their.- opponents. The price of Ford cars.hal evident- ly reduced a II Yesterday the Herald published R item from Spokane commenting jaon the 'reduction in prices there. "Kllon-ing this piece of.news, the lo- cal of the Ford car, Virtue Bros announce a substantial reducr Son n the price.-of. cars, here now. The reduction here is W The Ford i.r is the'most :poRiilarcar on. the market by long odds. .The local.ag- has sold than. In Lethbridge past six, months. 'Halt of that numher were sold in the eltv, the'balance being distributed ever' the district... The Ford-car is getting-tho tecause it 'suits .the demand -and is inexpensive in compariwo. It is being jold on its merits. LEAGUE the Six-Club The final standing of the North- western leasue as six- club organisation, is is fol'iows: Spokane.. Tacoma Seattle Vancouver Aberdeen Victoria "AV. 64 5? :5B 60 48. 43 'V 41. SI 54 Iii HO "P-C- ..CtO .546 .523 .481 .412 Tberdeen 'and Victoria have dropwd. The league is com- of the lour leading elubs. yincouver, B.C., Aug. 2.r- Through a? local legal firm, no- tice was served today on Messrs. Milton Oppenheimer, Hector Fowler, William C'iark, and the Vancouver Athletic Ijacrosse club, formally de- manding, the. return of Mann Cup to the1 trustees of the silverware. A meeting of the of members rot the Amateur Iliiion viill held on -Friday or Saturday Tiif ht of this week, when a decision will be arrived at as to the course of the present Mann cuRhold- There was a long squabble regarding the ruling of Kinsman, Tecumseh's keeper, several.. of bis team- mates going-off .with him in protest. MAKE IT A MONTSERRAT C1RCINGLE "What do you'mean when you say: 'Slake It a'Montserrat- asked the visitor.on.the Golf "It is the favored drink Just said the "It is made with a little Montserrat Lime -Fruit'-Juice, and a little syrup or sugar, in ice water. I tell it 13 a grand Tlie .visitor tried- it. "My. eye, it is said he. .M'ONTSBHIRAT -LIME; FRUIT .IOIOB can be had. at all leading gro- Canadian Prospective Manager of Cleveland American League Team "A Canadian is a. strong probability as manager _oi the Cleveland Ameri- cans next year. Jack Grancy of St. is the manr-Jack. is the well known fielder of the Cleveland team and has held down thCiOtltheld position for a number of seasons. That Grancy is-spoken of as man- of the Cleveland team in 1916, is shown by tbe.Io.llowing from the Cleveland Leader "Charier Somers has made up. ills mind ;is doserydng Oi a. thorough trial asjnan- ager of the Indians, and no change is to expected this season. But, if Fohl the .job-and Spm- ers Is in the field tor a: new. 1916 the Leader wishes to suggest the names oi two, cither oi whom would be thoroughly, acceptable to the fans of -Cleveland. These are Jack Knight, the hianagcr of the Cleveland' American Association Jack Oraney. "Graney is one Oleveland-i Indiai who has ''baseball! brains to hack up mechanical' ability. Moreover; he's a who never gives up Jack isn't the. raging, swearing typ of hut he's a clean-cut litt.l gentleman, though a fighter all the way. "Jack's a prime'lavqrite wi'-h.thi fans and with "the players and wouli undoubtedly have the loyal suppor of-all hands were'he given a chano Oraney 'is now resting at his horn in St. Thomas, following a disahlini accident in a'teccnt game. CONTINUED jook passage, .ships all however, he found the suujs a.. crowded that, rather than nut up with extreme discomfort on tlie trip, he took a chance, and clnrfercd pissagi on i Hiiiish boat He had i most >oi The (icnnan bugaboo, the submarine, has clds'd to-have terrors fcr the sen m I "Blind Hunks twice ui crossing now, said Mr. CraRg. out regaid to the provisions ot the Hague convention by the unscrupulous Germans It is understood that the solution will bt chem Great Need Mi trAi'o is inothei oi tne numei uiis ictttrned visitors irom 1 ngiard to heat evidence to the tact tbit Minimum, molL than men are nieded il tiic lunt People out here wonder Ihe I Lncl md British do not rule a drive oi the wist I 10 m miinillons is the anMve Inev UL stilling ior time until Ihe muni ion pi mis, proMdr them uitn the vviiEtevvitJial lo back them up lhat drive. who has proved wondetiul tower 01 stiragth in thi crisis now has the munition punts will otginl cd but it mil be some mo-illis beioic thu aie tinning out 19th May, 1915. My Dear Wintour has informed me of tlie step? which you have been good en- -ouglrto take'in-Tesard to the' collection from private sources of razors for the troops, and I write to' express: to you my .ap- preciation of-the-valuaWe which -has -thereby been rend--' i ered-to. the.-War.Ulepartment. be glad if accept andjconves'-tp the-mem- bei-B of the. Cutlers'.-Company J and others who haVe assisted you in this- work my cordial thanks for the trouble- you and they have .taken in the matter. The need fot is not yet enlueU met and T am pleas ed to know that you hope to 'be able'to obtain, additional uuan- 'Your faithfully. "KITCHEN-ER." that in T beg io a sure 5011 vour e5rtrts will be much appreciated by the authorities here anil also bj myself Yours faithfully (Ssd...l Master Cutler Look them up quick. them with or semi by post to West- em Canada Agency, Lethbridge. a, hi, been discover i 6 tenernl Lesaar I o sened that tn j gjn other notable mention recently per fecte'd British scientists is a trae tiou machine equipped with powerful Biinipins dei ices, which can force wa- ter at, such a tremendous pressure that it can be used to sweep away ant conditions of warfare are left io lie In ihe territory known as No Mans Lind and putrifj and folnl a menace lo tne troop, Trc eniploj ment of tins scheme sustested the Indr-uilic methods adopted in 01. evtensue Optra Ions He Should Remember Hank Perry, the mountainous out- ieider of tlie Hamilton Baseball club most aspire to Sea Wizard's title. During a recent, game when he be- ame the target for a.-wholesale am- imt of kidding from the Ottawa eiicb, he offered to heat up the whole Ottawa, club.- In point of size Jlank ooked able to do it. But he shou d ememher Bob Pitzaimmons only weighed 165 pounds when he stuck his fist clenn through iEH, Dunkhorst, he human freight car who sealed and it took two nights and a day to iring DjinkhorRt out of his slumbei. rA Second Btnj. Franklin Cranbrook -Herald: The following ittle episode of one, J. Peck Mac- Swain; formerly in the employ of the Herald is taken from Star edited by V. J. Smyth, who pilot- ed the Moyie Leader .through, many a stormy'voyage when Moyie.was in ts palmy days. PeckvMacSwain is a dreamer'of., big projects. ...Last, sum- ner he had a schema to. utilize, the 'hops" of the grasshopper in the man- ufacture of beer. Years ago he had still a bigger scheme. He proposed to. organize a company and locate, a Qt 4ug 3 bun whalo ranch on the coast. As. is well marme' a 1 known, the female whale gives nnjK dr dlnitcd the at, and suckles her young like the cow a Grand 1 runk The idea was to capture a number of ait nigni ma i- Newport News these whales and so tame them that tiam destined .0 I thev could be driven in.close to shore have been each morning .and evening and milk. (raining, and left Chicago ed Then fast launches wouid be I o orders irom pressed into service to carry cillmg lor the bringing duct-'to Vancouver, slanons m oi the possi hilits of the 1 intcd Stites beini; in m the bpcctal permission for the maiines to pass1 thioutsh Can ada iiom barnia to Buftalo unnlcd bv the Canadian aiithoritiet the men appeired krcn [cr actnc icrvice ind Lieutenant George bum meis ind other olTKtis aboaid tl tram cxplcssd the belief ll'-it it would be but a short timi heio.o the I lilted btitis would be in the war on the side of the Mlics Men women and children of even age all find Retail OrJeliies a pel fit laiatne Sold onh 3 D Hig mbotlmm Co Tlw Rwall Store lOc Joe and 60C boxes tisement. man could ha-ve hero iound pobitiou nc holds t.ntish people said Mr Ctagg called the i illatt of slo_ usual lhat thP) ire engdKcd in the traordman business ol an cstraor- dnihiv ir and that1 other business nut suffer unul the) ha-ve irnrte a success oi tins Tvidcncc ot the vvav the Qntish ixpcricncc: oi the progress of his on UUCI' [O VttHtullm., Westminster, and supply., these mar. Itets with fresh milk in competition wHh the dairymen ot th, Fraser.Val- A swimming nool is to be added to the atractlons of Sing Sing by Ward- en Osborne, 'who Is doing wnat he -an to make the old prison a popular LOOK HERE SONS PRACTICE TONIGHT There will be a' practice match of the sons--of England football team this evening at th't' Barracks .ground at .7 o-dock sharp... All players -will please turn out, _ business ttliich carried him across tha water Mi Cragg together with 13. Mittord; of went to England some months ago to organ- ized loan company, and whlla thev rtceived encotuagement, thev were shown that it would be un- patriotic to send monej out of the countrj while the government was attempting to big loans In face 01 this spirit VIr Cragg readilv abandoned his project in thq nieantime. Price Announcement' Effective August 2nd TOURING CAK S530 KlNABOl7f.....5480 TOWN CAK.....5780 Full} equipped except Speedometer. 1F.O.B. FArd, Ontario. THE FORD GARAGE A irtne 1232 31 d AVE S PHONE 6M, ;