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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE-SIX THE LETKBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1914 Not Showing Anything Bril- liant but They Stand to Win Out Once More in Am- erican League New York, Aug. 3. N'c-ver was there such a' great scramble in which pulling, pushing, tripping a-nd" wide open fighting has kept ball a clubs involved, [worked its vvav through June and July, and started to swing into August as the present American league sc-rap .is'.doingv ATHLETICS PLAYING STEADY BALL V From-'the- start Connie Mack has kept itp his-little-dog that has kept tee, Athletics ;n not with any of but with a consistent jog. Others have fceeii np and down. over the 'in. search pi cfae dope to see whyldr the answer .The Chicago White buzzifig and anto the. streak that carried The still makes them regarded as [among present, a big help to ihe York Yankees have furnished Mack with more nourishnjeat .-kail's crew.: Up to July 20, the Sox 2had won only three games from the had annexed VeighVsefc-tos" CallahanV: The did the best they could .and helped; the Athletics along with tea but in.- the-. :icean7- to put: in own. yawning .WILL DODGE GERMAN BULLETS SCENES OFNAYAL ACTIVITY ON ENGLISH COAST -'i.M-Yx .O r 'Met ire There has been great naval activity at Portsmouth and the British rieet has sailed from PortWd The .eighth destroyer flotilla arrived and coaled at Humber and the oil tanks along the coast have been painted to render them unobservable from the sea. CftBLES FROM GEORGES CARFENTIER pugilist, of the world, fn Kobe division, who has offered his servicesJta the land of his birth in 'its present hour of need. Georges fspart'ed for duty at a recruiting -station at Psris today Ty Cofab, who has been-rout of th-s gams for over forty games this season, has immeasurably injured this Detroit 1> as the result cf his adventure with a butcher tn Detroit, he is still drawing his salary regularly. His contract calls for year, and Cobb will get Baseball at: Barracks Tonight Local interest is being developed. a series [fast: ball [games' be-! Tigers' pennant Although I every cent of "it whether he plays or Cobb's hand.is still In a plaster cast, I hot.. V Montreal, -Aug. local cable and telegraph offices announced this afternoon" that no further cables would be received for transmission Great Britain .written in code. must also sign his full name; This is on the order or the British ceasor and materially effects banking and other across .-the water business.'It- is.estimated .by local shpping men that Canadians are' caught in'tbe continent at :tlte present, moment. No means yet been '.devised to bring The Stl; Louis Browns [still refuse to the champions in i t0' TaHer 'standing i.oGO all round. Tbaight to [3 goodly ''number of! fans' tonight, as this eh- v; NATIONAL Cincinnati 5, New Tork 4. Pittsbtirg S, Brooklyn to [the, "same St." Louis 0. New 53 Chicago .....52 I St.- Louis 51 Cincinnati 46 Philadelphia 43[ Pittsl-urg MAP SHOWIN G FIRST BATTLES OE THE them home 51 -.440 7. Clsvelaiid -i. Brooklvn .....if 3U, 50V.43S Won 7'and lost" I [to Washington to won 5 and lost 2 to Cleve- o show how 700 never can aforesaid Vhsretor oi [X'L-iafi [the old brirastoiiej and Cleve- The Naps are buried [deep; in a. dark; .corner :the-; [Washington have the counter promises to be of the _ JOHNSON TO LOSE Little ,Doubt Fighter .iWIJI Forfeit; Phi "S Chicago 9. Boston 1. St. Louis .6- Chicago, 111-- Aug. 4.-rJack -Johnson. champion heavy weight fighter, 'coa- oi of is. oiseeiB smniBOned every' 24 hours :Friaay-or his appoal 3irt ie Naps walloped of: will be ordered lor- which; they have. been. on .Joiinson for :ilter s convictioii. Tfces circuit court of [CHICK EVANS' JN. FINE appeaisiias ordered that he given a new" trial on certain counts of tiie v" -FEDERAL Kansas City -4, .Baltimore 9. St. Lcois 0, Bufiaio -4.. Chicago1 [6, -pittsburc Indianapolis 7, 6: J A5L ASSPCIATION JndiSnapc-lis 4, [Minaeapol-s 6. -G-cIunibui JCaasas- ..City 3. 10, --Milvrutee 3. .Louisville 5, .St. Paul 14. Philadelphia i Boston Washington...... jjDsir.oit'......... Chicago.......... i'St, Loris New-York Cleveland 53 43 :51 48 "48- 50 At 32 Chicago Baltimore "More than '150 Briiish naval reserve from their, ships in the'ipdrfc here this re- :spons2 :tp the order from'the British -I admiralty to rally to the A- home.: They_will return Great Britain on the Victorian, WT reierve men -cap- 49 chief ofliccr and third officer of "the and the: Captain of- the Monmouth- 'The Alaunia" :o3icers will pfotably return on. -their ship. Three '.vessels loaded with- grain for contiaintal port's ..bave been held 1 here since Saturday when-they were ready to .sail. They have notobtain- i thEir[ clearance papers. :At' the headquarters of every mili- tia regiment in Montreal feverish pre- para'ticns are being service in war. Special parades will-be [held ____ tonight .ajiii the 'flooded I with applications from nevr men for enlistment. ib- "rfiO- Mayer Msdzric issued a pro- this inoraing ,r Semeridria "-where Battles: bet'vi'eea ;AustTiaas: are The Nisli, from: .which the "news 'also Austriaiis-afe' inarching- inland from '.S ..561 ;552i :515I: 49 490 55 68 Montreal--The. Carman SLcamer which[ rushed, but urday :mbrning for Boston, a' neutral pott, .has' 'The morning jthat move tout Jo! .yancouyer haibor. Lat- er, this morning a further1' [telegram was per mitt ing "the [regular coasting [steamers to' schedules, also steamers for "Seattle and Alaska, 'and ahese; shipping, all other shipping -is. .to te held, and 'widen this order -the Csnadian-AiistraHan Niagara, due tofsail tomorrow- for Sydney, and the C- p. ,11.-liner Empress of Russia, due to sail on Thursday ffir iFORM AGAINST be rs-sentenced oil the i Contest at Chicago fop Amaf Gojf Championship Graiid; Rapids, Aug. ird [time during ijs briKiaac car- eer 'on; Eyaas of t3je Edgevrater on Saturdar amateur .gol? cham- ijlaved one. of the inos Toronto '.Oj'.'Sfe. Thomas Harailtoa lv Ottawa -2; Hamilton 5; Ottawa [6, Pittshur? Ksnsas City St. Louis 42 A7 civic employees cared to Cape'''Race'lwirctessr''; station- Orient will be htld here by 'th- Center the service Britain inj hare biir the :0Fcustoms under this order -5Q 451f1h2 present places would j has silent -for twelve hours. The rhntr '40 56 points on which he was found guilty. eair.eV. fie has already forfeited one bond pfttrj of V ON THE GREEN Pctjrboro Peterccro 1, London 1, (2nd game) Erie 5, Brantford 4. Match Games Bstween City Clubs J Beginning- ,7 o'clock sharp to- a contest that' should Lprove INTERNATIONAL- Provideace 7, Toronto 4. Providence 13, Toronto Newark 4, :Buffalo 7, Baltimore'0. Montreal 7, Jersey City 5. p INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 'Buffalo..........1 -.Providence...........j. Newark............ iTofcnto...........; J, Jersey Citj- 5 54 45 41 .il 43 43 47 50 2 present crisis. their places would ojte held open ior them upon their re-j Wiliehad the.- Belle It is probable also that theilslc 1 j city will make' a -grant of, absence] adVaU'aSei AncouVerrB: bf.Cusl L 1 toms J. M. Bovrell received tele- tne 31ont- 59ijof the Mayors offer. The '-'greater- number of .561 real city employees are French speak- -489-1 f matches ;ta.Aiaericaa wn history, Patriotic 'Pr: '316 I Lightweights Prbniiser .to: Excel cord of tae or his same" Satur; prciternent for tha-spsctators. day Tvitii7- Standish Jn. Going UC- CROSS AND OF, a were able" to do 'the an easV perfoniiaiiCQ for tife. champion. [It'rwas necessary to pi ay _ only nine noles -this atterneoai to .complete the Triatec. Evans tnrneil in a card of 37; one dorm pa, par, arid Standish took 3'0 the forenoon.- tbe Chi- cago star went 34. -CHIP BEATS PETROSKEY Connie ck's "Iron Makes Good in Trial ing the home team. i 13. Tbe second vra. Tori handily by i -the a hailoon ns- censioh of the local bunch score 12] ilo'3. It look the Athletics ten.innings to Beer, Russell and Walters Jlobartj hand Syracuse the exhibition game j Buckles, Lind and Bliss. j played there recently, bat; they man- aged to turn the trick after Davles POOR BACKSTOP WORK (had replaced John Coombs.in they display bulletins day and nigbt: -Leacn Cross and: Rivers ;wiU! soon become as -welLknovrn a tearh as j Sam Langtord-and Joe Jeacette werei several years ago. Sara and Joe fought Cnljary, Aug. poor and Barry and Baker had contributed between fifteen and .twenty times in the plate'cost Calgary costly errros. Edmonton. Two I For five rounds the Kennebiinkfan uns were homers. curled almost faultles ball; This .was 7 8 l.the first game in which Coombs had 3 6. 1; participated since he was forced to re- Lemieux Loomis, Hat. Aug.'4. 51 S3ven and eight thousand people gath- ered on the streets as close as they could get to the city hall in popular BACK" Patriofic demonstration here last All in the -city played stirring music, and speeches were made by C.. S. Pingle, son Spencer, Acting Mayor Boyd, Mayor Bptt, of Rrdcliffe, and patriotic and representative citizens. The city is greatly worked up over the war situation and the A bbdr of Russian giiards from ICrottingen was back a of the gar- ricn of the German gr a phic" from the senior the most northerly town in Ger- na.val officer at Esauimalt earl y "this man territory. this Slorniag's Special Edition Ont., tensed have built-in Briiish the- situation is, may be judged by orders to the.printing bureau staff to yards and .are. ready for active. ser- vice. ,'wi'th little more Chili remain on duty air has Smother under construction. _at not known when the proclamation of i besides the [Almirante, La- may be' issued. The" cabinet, was torre and, in session all afternoon and to' a late tons and [armed with ten i4rinch hour last night. Confidential dis- patches are being received every hour from the Home Government. Th'e Gazette containing the p'roclamation guns. These ships can be got1 ready for service by placing- English [arma- ment on them in a brief time.' There is also ready, for service .the of war, will also contain .notice call- Reshadich of at ing parliament within [ten days. Tin's dreadnought this period will npt.be lost, as mo- bilization will continue and every-, carries armament of 13-inch guns, and is capable taking- its place 'in newspaper offices are thronged where j thing will be ready for parliament toi the British-line. The Canadian p'ar- years. are f-rst game with t that record.- oi the Brcncks1 runs a few to beat signed to fight for the fonrth time, in' Edmonlcn Pittsburg Battler Awarded the jthres engagements Joe iias managed j j -ion ii the End of 20 Rounds to a wee bit supenonty. call lYanciaco, CaL, AUET. 1 Wty not awarded George Chip !tte Everyone the St. Louis is sw; Feds Chapman and k and with Sailor Eetros- r i 'ker last night, TtiQ ,St. lioais-Browns havo signed tried for roaads to land a 3 trest the'If'5 but couldnX After, the W- j i? Jis jnarne, be -an steam was coming; stronger Chip lowckdOTni in the Vr Millers to the Red Sox. tire from the Athletics-Red SoxTJatiie in Boston on April jost prior to bis ioug illness, Though John did not extend ninv self "in the least, he appeared to have made him cast- CPJTICAL ERRORS Jaw, Aug. at for the; everything that has n i famous. on three occa-! o A Cooabs use LJs fast one, but i Ryan arid Harris Kurfess and Wai- Sir- Strife nnderstasd you to say that Copley: greal'Deliever; After that yelp we expect bprg will turn a crowd I welcome Frant-iloran- home as it; 'f would to greet Harry Thaw. Now they say Georges and -trying to lure Smith BOXING ENTRIES as a-., means creating dis- Topley .enjoys more than seeing lifelong friends turn reform j foplir.g him boxers, actors. ndge Ker.fsaw Landis fined nine men SliSiOuO. then gainst eacb.[ other and famflies split! which itidiratos that he wants all the Age-Herald. jfishJcg nr...himself. i Here are two more entries for the boxing tumament to be held here J-abor Day: Jack Cartmell, Coalnurst, Ixjthbririge, [he is yet capable of slinging jacross with blinding speed. Bis curve ball broke sbarplr, completelr bewildering: tr.e local bats, The lone tatty recorded off Coocibs was made in the first frame, when a of dinky singles, coupled with a j pitch, gladdened the hearts "of the esteemed citizens JiniTny R. Armstrong, welterweight, _ incidentatly, .Timmy was" presented a gold card life membership in act. i liament :will likely be asked by The special: session of parliament j government_ .to" purchase will be askcn-tu; put into efiect the ships. naval policy enunciated by Sir Rob- It war is declared ;today as expect- Borrfen la Three super- edT the Canadian parliament will dreadnoughts, belonging to foreign meeien ;Wednesday, Aug.: 12. absence from the British Cab- the local lodge of Elks, tiie presenta- inet meeting this mornfng gives rise tion being made, as lto the rumor ti as a peace advo- first appearance at bat. I cate, he has felt forced to resign Spend -Your Vacation ait; Southern witli 18 niiles of Navigable Water Launciies aiid Row-Boats I Good Trout Fishing Rates and per day Adclilional accommodation at the new; Lake Hotel Stag-e leaves Siig Edward Hotel at Pin- chcr Creek every mornino: for tlie Lakes. i ;