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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 4. 1916. THIC U'TlimUDGK DAILY HICHALU PAGE THRES Kiltie Ball Team Has Class; Take Scalps 'of Local Giants It was a case ot "venl, vidi, vicl" with the Lethbrlclgo Kilties baseball Tlioy to tho tune of 10-5 in the local pastime park last evening. Bill Regan's wreck- ing squad lived up to its reputation made at the expense of Deacon White at Sarcec camp. Tho locals played their host but couldn't withstand the assaults of the bombing squad led by Webster on the one flank and Bill Hegan on tho other. Five hundred frenzied fans rooted themselves hoarse Webster, the Kilties' star twlrler, was master of the situation at all crit- ical junctures. Squancey, a now star in tho pitching firmament was on tiie mound for tho locals. Ho bent them over to good effect hut the Kilties coiv nectod with his deliveries when hits means runs and this mixed with some careless juggling of. the ball was enough to give the visitors a lead that couldn't be overcome. Only at one time during the proceed- ings was the local tribe ahead. That was in the third innings when they got two, making the score three to two. In tho fourth, the Kilties laid against Squancoy's offerings for three healthy swats which ripened into two runs, the stuff was off. The Kilties started right out to do thingi. In the first McCaig hit the bull on the trademark for a three-ply which Murphy was Just able to juggle with one hand but not to hold. Coggan then Bent up a sacrifice fly on which McCaig scored. A couple of files ended the inning. In their half the locals rung the boll when Squan- cey got to second on errors and came home on Brandow's single. The High- landers lecured another in the second on a base on balls to McDonald and hlta by Began and McCaig. The locals ware again blanked, Blundage's three- bale hit going for nothing. The Kil- ties also were blanked in the third. [With one down Lipset singled but was doubled up at second when Living- stone took a grounder from McMil- lan's bat, touched second and threw the batter out at first. It was the only double of the game and a very neat one. In their half tjie locals piled up two after two men were down. A passec fcatt- on Suuancey's third strike let him on, Brandow poled a three-bagger and Dunsworth singled and Brandow scoring. That finished the local scoring until the Jast inning when in the twilight they connected witli Welniler's slants for two doubles by McKillon and Blnml- ago, which coupled with a life to Wil- liams, gave them two runs. The bombing squad turned loose in tho fourth getting two runs on a base on balls anil three singles in a row by Regan, McCaig and Coggan. It was aicCalg'a third hit in as many times up. In Hie fifth they got three for good measure, connecting with Squancey's offerings for four safe swats. Two more in the seventh on three hits and one run in the eighth in a galaxy of bum throws elided the day's work for Regan's satellites. Tho locals might have had a strong- er team in the field but the young fry were given a chance. A few of the older heads to steady them against the assaults would have helped but most of the old timers were out of the city. Tho box scores Kilties McCaig, Ih Coggan cf Webster, p Upset, If McMillan, 3b Podger, rf Card, rf McDonald, S3 Macaloney, 2b Regan, c AB PO 4 2 3 0 8 0 1 2 5 2 2 0 5 1 0 A 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 012 002 200 n 0 200 0 1 0 2 4 4 4 1 4 1 1 4 1 4 3 0 34 5 1 2 1 1 0 5 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 411 100 2 1 0 401 4 1 2 11 Totals .......35 10 14 24 Lethbrtdge: Jones If 4 Vaselenak, 3b Squancey, p Brandow, c Dunsworth, 2b Murphy, rf Williams rf McKlllop, ct Blundage, Ib Livingstone, ss Totals ......34 5 S 24 7 2 Score by innings: R. H. B. KiltiOE v......110 230 14 2 Lethbridge 102 000 B S3 Summary: Three base hits, McCaig, Blundage, Brandow; two base bits, Webster, McMillan, Blundage, Mc- Killop; stolen bases, McCaig, 3, Lip- set, McDonald, Regan, Vaselenak 2; Brandow; sacrifice fly, Coggan; struclv out by Webster 9; by Squancey 8; passed balls, Brandow 3, Regan 3: double play, Livingstone to Blundage; eft on bases, Kilties 6; Lethbridge G; earned runs, Kilties 6, Lethbridge 2; Umpire, Downing. NATIONAL Brooklyn........ 59 24 .711 Boston CO .062 Philadelphia 52 40 M6 Chicago......... 46 42 .G2S New York........ 17 45 .511 St. I.oulB....... 4C 57 .441 1'ittsbiirg......... 40 63 Cincinnati 40 CO .400 Home Run won for Giants New York, Aug. Merhlc's homo run drive Into the left field bleachers ill tho eighth lulling broke a tight pitchers' battle today be- tween Vaughn and Pcrritl, New York winning I to 0. Chicago............... 0 7 0 New York.............. 1 4 2 Vangli :md Wilson; Perritt and Kan- den. Another for Brooklyn Brooklyn, Aug. won the opening pame 1'roin Pittsburg today. 7 to 2. Frank Miller allowed tnroe scat- tered hits up to tiie sever.lb inning, when lie wus knocked out by three and u douvjle. Pittshurg.............. 2 7 1 Brooklyn ................7 10 2 Miller. Kantlebncr and Fischer; Cheney and p. Miller. Phillies Hit Hard Philadelphia. Aug. hit the deliveries of Doak and Watson hard today and defeated St. 10 to 4. Luderus led in tlie attack with a home run and two singles, whi'ie Beck and Wilson ulso cracked out three hits each. St. Louis.............. 4 n 3 Philadelphia........... 10 14 1 Doak, Watson and Gonzales; Ben-i der and Burns. Cinci's Divide Double Header Boston, Aug. won tlia first game 3 to 1 and Boston the sec- ond G to :i today. In the ninth irt- ning of tho first contest Mitchell bat- ting for Schultz, hit for two bases the sacks filled and scored three "Red" Smith made the second game secure for. Boston in the first inning by driving to deep centre for a home, run with the bases full. Cincinnati............ 2 S 1 Boston............... 1 S 3 Toney, Schultz, Moscley and Wiiuso; Barnes and Blackburn. Second (Cincinnati 3 ft 0 Boston................ 6 S 0 Mosely and Clark; Allen anuV B'lack- burn. effective won on banes Unit' Biiffch. Uiijjby-.ulrio aided in hln own victory by iinaking' u triplo and ing lirnt run. Phi lad el pint tii i 7 l Cleveland J 7 1 Busch IJuloy; Bagby anil Daly. York Loses rfrtroit, Aug. NCJW York lost its stiVL-nth might today to De- troit, 2 to 1. llUKRuil outpllchcd Oov- eleskio aod Uolnixl. hut two hits and a piuw the seventh tied the score. In the nii'th Veach tripled and scored when Wa'Uers dropped a throw by did- cour' Tip Now York club has recalled Ditcher from Toronto, infield- er from HifhriKjnd a7id has notified; pitcher Ciillop to rejoin the YiJirk Detroit Hussoll and Walters Boland and Stanage. rain. Coveleskie, KILTIES VS. 78th BATTERY ON MONDAY EVENING On Monday night the Kilties basio- ball team will make its second ap- pearance here. Tlie 78th battery has been hankering for a gitiuc. and lifll HoKun is willing to oblige. Tho guiiiu will be played at the Eckstorm groundB, and the battery will have Us eighteen pounders all polished up for tlie occasion. They have some line ball tossers in their aggregation and j the game will be worth Boeing. lie there. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION LonlRillo, S; Toledo 2. Indianapolis 0; Columbus-, S. St.' Paul, 4; Minneapolis 3. Milwaukee 1; KuniiUH City INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 1; Richmond 3. Jlontreal 3; Rochester 7. .Buffalo 5; Toronto, '2 This afternoon Tiibcr will bo invad- ed, attacked on the fJ.'uik. bombed ami (sniped by an attacking force from Sar- eee camp, led by the redoubtable Hill Hegan of baseball fame. The KM- lin ball team will play the Tabcritos at (1.30 end hope to repeat the administered to tho lot-ills last night. Tomorrow afternoon Warner will bo UK; victim the boys pro- mise tiiat the whole country-side bo there to sec the fray. There will bo big doings and u pleasant time will be had. PACIFIC COAST Lake, 0; San Franslcso 2. Los Angeles Vernoii I. Oakland 0; Portland 3. NORTHWESTERN Butte 7; Spokane 0real Falls C; Seattle 0. Tacoma, 10; Vancouver 5. NORTHERN Winnipeg, 5; Tiuliitii 2. Fargo 4; Superior 0. VANCOUVER SWITCHES BALL Vancouver B.C., Aug. tin; conclusion of. tho scries with the Ta-j coma Tigers Vancouver fans will have jseen their last baseball games of the 1 Northwestern league this season, an- inoimcement being made by manager Bob Brown that arrangements had been made for the transfer of the, JBiiltc series, scheduled for Vaneou- j jver. August 21 to and tho ihruu- Igame with Spokane, originally (scheduled for Athletic Park Aug. 2S 'to 30. To save expensive railway trips is the reason of the transfer. Interesting Competitions At The Coaldale Celebration A first prize of with others ac- cordingly, should encourage -vigorous competition in years to .come, and make Coaldale annual sports some thing well worth" com ing a Ion? "way to see, besides encouraging the train. ing of a very animal. This year, there were only two en tries, one of which did not turn up so that Mr. MacLean's effort was really only a demonstration. But it was a demonstration that was worth while and one which few of the spectators ever saw before, or are likely to for get. Mr. Mac-Lean Is, of course, from the land of the heather and so is his collie and it was beautiful to see how well they could work together. There were four demonstrations, the first of which was to drive a flock of ten sheep from one corral into another the shepherd standing midway be- tween and giving no assistance to the dog whatever, except by pointing with his "Kent" and occasionally, a short whistle. Not a spoken, and t was a revelation tovcveryone there ners, {names in order as to see how cleverly that dog handled Single ladies' Rogers, his flock, never exhausting them by Hilda Rogers. I running them. too..fast, or allowing Married ladies' raci Brown, Mrs. Cannon. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Coaldale, Aug. weather Im- mediately proceeding Dominion Day being so wet this year, the annual gports at Coaldale were postponed till Wednesday, August 2. This day was perfect and everything passed oft in good style. A large number of Leth- bridge citizens took in the afternoon and evening. Notwithstanding the fact that every farmer in the vicinity is busy haying, they .all knocked off for tho afternoon'and there was a large attendance from t.ll parts of the dist- rict; from Chin to Lethbridge. The usual'.' program of races and other .sports were indulged in, two now features being the bride anil bride- groom's race and the sheep-dog com- petition. Frank Lee gave a claver exhibition fancy riding. The baseball match went Coahlalc 9 and Barnwell S. The judges were Messrs. Vaselenak of Lethbridge arid Honeysett and Nor- ton of Coaldale. is a list of prize-win- AMERICAN Chicago........ 42 .550 Boston......... 5G 41- .577 Cleveland....... 54 44 .551 New York....... 53 45 .54.1 Detroit.......... 54 47? .535 Washington....... 4? .510 St. Louis......... 50 .505 Philadelphia..... 19 'K .202 13 Straight for St. L.ouis St. Louis, Aug. Louis made it 13 straight by taking game of the series from Boston here 3 to 2. In the second Walker hit into the left field bloa ohers for r. liome run. St. Louis won .'in the 10th on a single, double and bfise on balls. 2 64 St. Louis.............j. 3 S 0 Leonard, Mays, and Thom- as, Kolb and Severoid. Cleveland Wins .Again Cleveland, won .he opening ga.ne of tlijj series with Philadelphia 3 to 1, Bfig'oy being more Support Home Industries" (Non-intoxicating) To Be Obtained at the Following Places in the City. PERRY REID, (ELITE CIGAR ARLINGTON HOTEL, COALDALE HOTEL, WINDSOR HOTEL, CASTLE HOTEL ADDISON HIGGINS, GALT GROCERY, ITALIAN GROCERY, DALLAS HOTEL LETHBRIDGE CANDY KITCHEN, LEE WONG, BING WO, B. C. RESTAURANT, COMMERCIAL CAFE, DEPOT CAFE, MIKE SALONIKI POOL ROOM NO. 6. New VICTOR RECORDS All the besl metropolitan artists at your summer cottage, or all the melodies of nature in your city home. You can have both any time with Victor Records. August Selections especially provide many tuneful lilting airs which will refresh during the heat of tlie day and give pleasure in the rool of the summer evenings. Merc are a few of them: TIIRFF. TCN-INCH. VICTOR RECORDS FOR THr; TWO HLLECTIONS There's u Garden in Old Italy Cnninticll-nurrl ,tntt Come Hack to Arizonu lUcd-Hm-riion II8066 Tyrolean Dance Nntalic and Victoria Roshko t Mcnucttiii G .Natalie ond Virtoriu SOIIB to Hawaii iHawuIltin Guitars) LouMc-Fcrcra I Hnwniin Hula Medley Helen Louhc-Fnmk Ferera i TWELVE-INCH, DOUBLE-SIDED DANCE RECORD Loading Up the Mandy Viclor Milinry Rand '35562 Johnny Get u Girl-J-'ox Trot Victor Mitit iry RandJ I1LUE LABEL Don't Believe All Von Hear it) (lie Moonlight Gcoru-e MncFarlnnc J-4S097 In Scotland Guorpc MncFnrlanej RF.D SKAL RECORDS Lu'laby from Erm'nia Mabel Garrison 71151. Bonnie Sweet Bessie Alma Gteci: Cliantc D'Autoii nc Efrcm Zimbalist .61577 ONE PRICE FROM COAST TO COAST Hear thjem at any "His Master's Voice" dealer's Write for free copy of our 450 page Musical Encyclopedia lifting over 6000 Victor Records Berliner Gram-o-phone Co LIMITED Lenoir Street MONTREAL Dealers in every town and city Yidlor in Canada 93-300 MASON RISCH, Ltd. The Home of The Victrola Balmoral Block Fifth Street South Girls' three-legged race, over Gertie Honeysett, Vina Peters; Ida Honeysett and J. Mackintosh. Girls''three-legged race, under 14 Ethel Tiioin and Irma Rogers; Lettie Emdie and Aubyn Honpysott. Boys', three-legged race, 14 and over W. White and L. Johnson; Frank Lee and J. Boys' three-legged race, under 14 B. Chute' and O. Gillette; P. Laval- lee and A. Mitchell. 100 yards W. While; M, Warner. 100 yds. iash, boys under 14, Aubrey Bright; H.j'Rogers. Boys from 7 to 10 Desmond; !W.i Ac.kloff. Boys un dor H. Pellettier; girls Thorn; Doro- thy Felton.'" OlrlsT 7 to McCann: Marie Jillette. Girls over tOsborne. -P.t McCann; L. Thomp. A. L. them to stray to one side or the other them safely in the corral. Horse races son. Pony Lavellce; Ad. Brown. Stake Lea; A. Brown. Novolty HoneyBett. A chicHen supper was served In tho ivenfng and' (lancing carried on In the Hay Growers hall till the "wee 'oors ayoht the twal" making n very fitting ending to a very enjoy- Ible day. V Dog Competition The Bheop competition was tho first of "what Is Intended to'be an portant annual affair, and it is very Ittinf It should be so, since the dist- rict IB Uking a prominent share in the (evelopment of the'wool industry in Truly a well trained dog is the shep- herd's right hand. Ten sheep, five sheep and then one sheep were all put through the same ordeal, the fewer the sheep, of course, the more difficult the work, but they were all handled with.the same care and expedition as the first and "hunch- tit" in record time. The other demon- stration was just an exhibition oE general liah'dHnjjf, during which some of them broke, through the crowd of spectators, but they were all brought back with no fuss and in very short time, thei-shepherd stand-' nc where he was. The whole thing was a, wonderful exhibition of skill on the part of both man hnd dog and one the spectators will'not forget in a hurry. These sheen dog competitions are quite a feature in many of the large agricultural shows in the old coun- try where the work is naturally of a very high order and it; is to be hoped that this now departure at Coaldale will grow into something really use- ful and interesting and well worih coming" a long way to see. FLAMES WRECK FACTORY Winnipeg, Aug. Winnipeg Paint and Glass company's six-storey office and warehouse-building in Fort Rotigo was destroyed by fire at 7 o'clock this morning at a loss of Several buildings around there arc now llave you smoked cigars lately? VNobJeman" argains TOMORROW-The Last Day of Our Clean-Up Sale PALACE CLOTHING NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE. COMPANY A. FEINSTEIN, Prop, ;