Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
TheLethbrldgc Ddlv August Making A Monkey of Himself st., a' man does, when he buys lumber with th? IY imse with the idea that all THE PIONEER let us make you an estimate on your next bill of lumber. 7 y' Round Street Phone 763 Westminster Road Phone 1063 at Letabrldge N. LetKbridf Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nanton Granum Carmangaj Barons Jet IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with nothing else, but bats, balls, rackets, clubs, fishing tackle, etc., to take along on the family vaca- tion. There would be lots more fun and lots more health than you could get out of a dozen trunkfuls cf clothes. GET YOUR SPORTING TOOLS here if you want them right iio not handle right kind. The Lethbridge HATES' BIG LEAGUE GAMES Sporting Goods NATIONAL Pittsburg Hit Hard Philadelphia, Aug. hit the hall very hard today, knocking Stack off the rubber in the fifth inn- ing and -winning- easily iby 6 to 0 Wttsburg 6 16" 3 ifhiladelphia............... G 5" Adams and Gibson; Stack, Brennan Umpires O'Day PHONE 1032, 412 14-YEAR-OLD TROTTER SET A NEW WORLD'S RECORD. Country Jay, Proved. Sedation, of Harness World When He Cov- ered Mile in Kalainazoo, Mich., Aug. Jay, the fourteen-year-old trotter, proved the wonder of the Grand Cir- cuit opening, if not of all harness his- tory, twhea-in the. second heat of the trot on Saturday, he made a new record for himself in the time of '1-4. Country Jay won this race, -which -broke the -world's record for the three fastest heats every con- secutively trotted, the time toeing 2: 04 1-4, 1-4, and 1-2. Gns Macey drove Country Jay. Sonoma Girl won the first heat Fast time marked all the events of the closing day of the Kalamazoo meet ing. Favorites were winners of three of the four' events. In the pace Gift Line was fav- orite over such famous contenders as The Eel, Darkey Hal and Aileen Wil- Three Straight for. the. Cubs York, Aug. its third straight game from New York 5 to 1. Brown outpitched Ames. Five hits in, the sixth inning, the last a 'hy Schulte gave the Cubs all their runs. Chicago ....'...............5 9 0 New _ x 4- Brown and Kling; Ames, Bruske and Schlei. 'Umpires Klem and Kane JOE CANS IS NEAR DEATH, Passes Through Albuquerque En Route to Baltimore. Albuquerque, N. M., 'Aug. 4- Joe Gans, accompanied by his wife, and a physician, passed through Albuquerque to-night, apparently in a dy- ing condition. The once famous fighter is making an effort to reach his home in 'Baltimore, Md., alive. By the use of oxygen the doctor expects to bring his patient through. X OTHER W. C. L. GAMES AMERICAN Naps Took One Cleveland, Aug. a hard hitting game Cleveland defeated New. York to- day 6 to 5. 'New York had an early iead but Cleveland bunched hits in the eighth and scored five runs. Cleveland e 12 0 New 5 15 2 Young and Easterly; Warb.op.and Mitchell. Umpires Connolly and Ker- rin. son, and broke at the half in the first heat and was distanced. A bandage around one of the hind legs loosened and tangled ihis feet so that he could not pace. 'Darkey Hal won the race, after The Eel had taken the first heat. Tigers Bunched Hits Detroit, Aug. drove Kar- ger from the box in the first inning today, scoring four .runs and winning WINNIPEG fcAN AWAY WITH THE DEACON the game. Boston 2 7 Detroit...........r........ 4 9 Karger, '0011108 and -Carrigan; Wil- lett and Stanage. Umpires Egan and O'Loughlin. EASTERN LEAGUE GAME .IS FEATURED BY FIGHT Police Stop Barenuckle Battle Be- tween Player and Umpire at Toronto Last Saturdejy. Toronto, Ont, Aug. at the Toronto-Baltimore Eastern league 'baseball game here yesterday afternoon, saw a fast and furious fight under the old tLondon prize-ring rules, Manager John Dunn, of the Or- ioles, and Umpire Stafford clashed in the centre of the field. Stafford call- ed Dunn out on strikes and Dunn ob- jected. His objections were rather acrimonious and Stafford remonstrat- ed. The fight -wag then on. From the way things -were going, it looked like a finish contest but the police interfered at what would have been a third round. Occidental College, Los Angeles, Home j all-round Western champion, and John H. Gillis, Vancouver. B. C., who is Willetts out to jjeat Sheridan's record of Kelly: points. FIVE EVENTS FOR WOMEN. Sex Two More Contests for Fair Added to Olympic Games Program. New York, Aug. interna- tional committee of the Olympic games at Stockholm, Sweden, in 1912, as added two more events to the program for women, making five in all. Besides skating, lawn tennis and archery, which were open to Wo- men in England two years ago, swim- ming and gymnastics will be added. Goals TV- CHAMPION FOUR WAS DEFEATED AT DARTMOUTH Halifax, Aug. Mary's Rowing Club four including John O'Neil yes- terday defeated the champion North Stars at Dartmouth. Nationals ........7 Montreal........4 Torontos ........4 'lecumsehs......3 Cornwall ........3 Shamrocks......2 Capitals .........1 Games Next Saturday. Torontos at Montreal. Nationals at Tecumsehs. Shamrocks at Cornwall. F 60 42 43 40 31 22 3G Alcock McKay 17 i CMswick 23 Wilson 31 36 39 55 74 Eilbeck Thompson Bryden Heathfield Simm Dickie NEW 10-MILE BIKE RECORD. Salt Lake City, Aug. ten- mile lap professional bicycle record of 4-5, made by F. McFarland ih 190S, was broken last Saturday night by Jack Clarke, whose time was The announcement that Martin J., Sheridan will himself Compete and i CRICKET AT WINNIPEG. defend Ms title against all comers, Winnipeg, Aug. lias aroused much interest in the com-' ing championship meet. THE CANADIAN St. Catherines, Am HENLEY. of the oarsmen are here, and the Can- adian Henley course was dotted with scullers this morning. The Ottawas are confident of winning, but the De- troiters are taking all the money of- fered. Smith, of Boston, is expected to give Jimmy Cosgrove a hard race in the senior eights. disposed of Manitoba this morning in their first innings for 83 runs. Price and VIdal, the Saskatchewan trundlers, were in great form, and had Manitoba at their mercy. At one time things looked blue for Man- itoba, as they were five wickets down for 25. Alberta met Winnipeg at lunch time had 132 for nine wick- ets. Mclntosh who saved the day for Winnipeg, as he made sixty by hard hitting. FANS .FROM N.ORTHWEST TO ATTEND WORLD'S SERIES. Spokane Man Arranging for Special Train to Carry Big Ball Games. Spokane, Wash., Aug. promoter and patron .ot clean sports, is arranging for a party of 250.baseball fans from various parts of the northwestern states and prov- inces, travelling in a special train, to attend the world's championship ser- ies at the close of the regular season. The trip will occupy from 'two to three weeks, depending on where the series is played. Stops will be made in the principal cities to and from the objective point Smith, who has been dentified with every sporting event of importance in Spokane and the northwest since 1SS6, says there will >e at. least 150 men and women from Spokane in the party, the rest coming from other cities in Washington and adjoining states and the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. More that 50 reservations have already been made. The excursion is not a money- making enterprise. The actual cost of the train and service is to be ap- portioned among those joining the par ty, the promoter donating his time in the interest of the sport I P. 0. Box 344. Phones: 628, Garage. 1262, Residence. GARAGE BROWNE- COSMAN CO. Five stalls with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. __246 Westminster Road.