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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Position at Top of Nat- ional League Anyang but Safe 'Although leading the National lea- gue, tto step of the Gitm'.s tas so uncertain that they liave drav.a the worst o! the argument ivith tie Cardinals and haven't any edge over the Cubs and the Phillies. The Cardinals have !av U'.e Hurts with a big clab-stulT- eJ v ith nothing sort As s, result oi tic last series, during wawh they JIcGraw lor thrfvvin a rov, TENNIS TEAM TO DEFEND THE I) A VIS CUP and Bundy. LJ asi North Lstlibri'Jge United deieatal i with the goods, A. Tcnnant, as in ih: S. 0. K. last evenine at the Bail the lirst half, putting up a line exhi- Parij by a score of 3 to 1, the park hition of tacs and Holbeiion at North LethiiritUe not being read'-: made him a gomi partner, to 'stase this match, as J. lYnnant had the pleasure of pbvtd a man short all; scoring two more goals this ball, on v ctcries over UK _ _ t ir credit ave Octets.: Jkrouii'antJ[ gtowe loins aivay, were! making a total of three for Hall 0 Car haa lost the decision up to [.arsons {K soaL j match, each time beating the NATIONAL Chicago 1, New York 4. St. Louis 0, Brooklyn Ptttsburg 0, Boston 1. Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 4. AMERICAN Washington 7, Cleveland C. Now York 3, Detroit 9. Philadelphia' 5, Chicago -1. Eostou 1. St. Louis 2. to -ames yea Lorn Brooklvn, tie Ilines in his usual style. A. Tcnnant it was really owing to the oppor-l Mexican, allowed Only three hits m ..-...-_-.....- Concannou redeemed second. Mtose Jaw.................... T.4 0 u 32 Bryce, Andranda and Wally; Killien, Drown Ram- and Harris. 15 3 6 3 and Sox ha e lost- aot a was phyms a fine game at full ba-k tune play of .1.. Tcnncnt- that i the lirst, whil o fniurcxl Fryer's place, and Leihiridge obtained their vfiii. himself in the lig margin when it is remembered in th! everv Slanhattanite: fine lussks were witnessed Teams': all things Brooklyn. him and Bestn ick, the Sons' crack i North LethbrMgc Dunlop But from Boston and Fittsburg to-'forward. and Holberton jether up to Tuh 20 Referee Burr whistled the players and Jones; Eeverid i d'fifteen i cirts sev-; right .orer at' half time and say, J. Tcnnant, A. Gurr and Lin-.Moose Jaw deieats Eight of these victories commenced" afresh. ning. i Ke.Lina cam0 from the to the' The Sons' forwards played far bet-; COULDN'T MAINTAIN PEACE Graphic picture of rs.aiser, Czar and Sir Edward Grey. Lethbridge Proclaims Her Loyalty to the Great British Empire CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST mff.tsese.mfnf. .iff rr TII1JEE MONAEOUS THE WOItLD'g EYE Qrai pud ttto The regiment blumu lu tbe ptc- tuio U bulng In tho i whu Is on horscbucl to tUolr right fhe Unro on liur cbjtk i Kai LI Wol'ielm tlie Goimui war Dm- perbr Krancib JoeoiJi of Auotrlti is shown iu uu his doak. Is in to Recruit Men to Strengthen the Coast Defense Cclgary, Alta., Aug. naval forces, at. Victoria Vancouver aro being strengthened. W. Wilson Ir- Tvln, jieutwiant Cauadis'n Naval Vol- unteer Reserve, Vancouver, 'is in Cal- gary- at 409 Lougheed-'-Building1, cn- ns men for semce at Vancouver and Victoria, in the CauatliaQ Naval Volunteer mpre men are required. 'A special car will FtllE VEIE Fernie, B, Aug. Army and Navy Veterans Association :held a special meeting on Sunday evening, which was attended full strength! Tho report of the committees wilted leave, tho Calgary depot just so soon i on the Hon. "W. R. Ross, relative to as this dumber lias been secured. resident at a distance are re- quested to.wire Lieut. Wilson Irwln at the recruiting office in the Longliced their use, rating, Giants had 'lost only thmr. games.; in this half, and several Ch'njry, Draper ami Turr.cr Faimch, The Piti-sl tamling up to times scoring, but foimd Lush and Bpstwiek. July 20 eavc fche (Hants seven wins, the North Lethbridge defence there Referee: James Gurr. and four defeats. Sens Parsons Les and Firth Ccncannbn and Wally .Berger and THE MARCH OF THE BOSTON BRAVES McGRAW WON THIS-ONE [FIELD Manager of Giants Pulls Funny Re- tort on Umpire EmsMe TRIAL CLUB TO HOLD MEET SOON John MrGraw seldom loses a chance. Hugh B. was a aume on The Boston Braves are coming, and; POJO grounds and the Giants ty their wonderful work during the McGraw..had made several month they have then subsided.' ;Late In the th t promises to be a record. earns'he walked up to Emslie ue- since the Lc e lie club, hope-, lessly last in tie old 12-cluh league, i started a fniaJ Ezstcrn invasion and I >.von 19 out of 21 has any club done whatM'he Braves' are doing j now. J one of the worst starts in the history of baseball the Braves plug- ged quit, ktipt working emd fighting and during their last stay at home they rallied and Stall- ings got tho team whipped into some sort, of shape. By the -time they were ready to start the Western trip the was -working toother, the pitching had improved, and the t-eam simply waded through the league la' victory. IE Boston comes on now and wins the pennant it "wil! be probably the rnost remarkable r.chicvemeirt in the history of the national game. Ln not think that the is an impossibility for the Braves. 1! ibey had managed to get an even Break 'during the first 50 games 'of the season they would be the favor- ites right now. me the team was play- ing as much inside hall as he ever fjaw, but that weak pitching and the breaks of the luck were holding it hack. Now It is forcing its way for- ward, playing brilliantly, ami, in fact, the best in the league, and returns home for a long series. Calgary Sportsmen Would" Encourage Breeding and Training of Dogs Ilarris. BFJLLIANT GAME Hat, Aug. Lind shut, out the Queers with redoubt- t hp gtrecfc [rom Qn the commandant at Vancouver are ur- cin .....i-.... ahle Sammy Beer pitching; it was a brilliant game. aicdicine Hat 2 7 1 Saskatoon 071 Lind and Bliss Beer and Walters. Something entirely" new is promised Albarta sijcrtsmen yvhea, commencing August 28, a series'01' field trials for limiting dcgs wil! 'be.run off in the vicinity of Calgary, under tho aus- New York pices of the Calgary Amateur Field Chicago Trials club. "This club has been or-i at. .Louis caniied recently by Calgary sports-1 Boston ___ [men, prominent among whom are E. j Cincinnati Adams, Cap t. CliflortJ, Austin deB. j j P. Green, Dr. Gunn and oth- ers Brooklyn Pittsburg NATIONAL Won Lost 37 44 47 45 50 49 50 P.C. veterans being given preforance lor B. C. was receired and placed on file, action to toe talten In this matter immediate future. Delegates who attended tiie Chahko MiUa'at Nelson reported and a -reso- lution was passed tendering, thaakt to the Nelson comrades for -the kind- nets and hospitality shown to tha Fc-mio delegates while in Nelson. Then the subject for -which the -meet- The Union Jack soon floated bom j gent, and no.'llmo will -be lost in dis-jiu3 was caiied was taken namely. the Herald's masthead, and- tho news {patching- a contingent from 'Calgary: j that "It "was unanimously decided that. This will be the second contingent on the Fernie association as a body offer first intimation given to Lethbridgc and tcrrj of service, end be, ready to that the Motherland had declared i leave on ti-.e first train, if required, war, came to the ivho Eathcrod i Transr.orfetion will ho at the office, when the lirst special jail those accented. The orders re- off the press was allowed to flutter coived .hy.Lieut. -Wilson It-win e was out. The newsies could no farther naval reserve and ex-navy men to be themselves to the Dominion govern- than a few feet, into the crowd, that 'sent f row Calgary this week. It at this criais, and a telegram sprung up like magic, ami the entire especially requested that these edition was soon sold. At Starlaud the lights hlazcd forth, the orchestra played "Hod Save the a likeness of His Majesty was flashe'd en the screens, and extras scattered through the crowd. A ilent outside of. the city of Calgary shall send a rush telegram and not to write, as the mohilixation.of the contingent is hejng carried out with the greatest rapidity, and it is only a matter of hours unti'i the- same 51 47 46 44 40 that moment! Is dispatched for the coast. The 0. P. .pread like wild.fire. ]lt. has taen empowered at Calgary to As the crowd increased, Ueut. all cheer arose and from 51 the news !o this was forwarded to the' minister of miiltia. Th'ig woul.! In- elude one hundred tally seasoned men. Lieut-Col. Jos. Mackay and Capt. G..G. MofTatt sent a wire to Coi, Roy, D.O.C. at Victoria, requesting that .473 ;.473 .444 .435 tween innings, and friendly "Bob, did you e remarked in Object of Club The object of the to encour- rge tlie breeding and .training of dogs, not for show purposes ia fiuH Iriais merely, but for real competence in tho hunt. It is-quite often the case that a dog Is trained merely for trials, and is of no practi- cal viiluG to the real gun man. Pace and points are no guarantee of real usefulness. With this in mind, the club has de- tided to hold its field trials and to al- Ion- dogs to tje handled hy amateurs; Baltimore only during the trials, although pro-; Philadelphia Washington Boston Detroit St. Louis Xev York Cleveland A51ERICAN Won Lost 02 tins were megaphoned out tne dow. In th2 procession was seen a I gethcr with all conveniences for the they be authorized to tfUce-steps to organize a, regiment (n tho East Koot- cnay district at onca. requires, to-' Gaok-r V.'ood, of the .city force, resigned on the 31nt inst. and 54 55 52 48 48 43 32 34 44 48 49 51 5G 60 P.C. '.040 .567 .55J .520 .495 Chicago Eton iu Cam- fesnonal men may be used as train-1 Brooklyn jcrs. Indianapolis 'Buffalo PittEburg Emslie, unsuspic- Entries Close August 20 Entries for ,the trials closo on 2o, and tile drawings will take "You ought to go said "Just the place." iplr.ce on tho night of August 2ii. Post j JnVjuired the iimpiro. ;entriea mav made up to the Jailer by i Kansas City FEDERAL Won 52" 55 4S 49 46 -11 43 41 Lost 40 43 41" 46 51 55 56 P.C. .565 .661 .539 .533 .500 .44C .439 'Lightning struck c wonwn down tiisrc and restored her re- marked McGraw, handing over ought to arrive somewhere 'when it slipping from the paper, as hs, started toward third hase. Spend Your Vacation at Waterloo Southern Alberta's famous Sarainer" lie-sort, with. 18 miles'of'Navigable Water for Launches and Row Boats date by enclosing double entrance.) Recb ester There will he no cash prizes, but i lialtimore ijja will be uuiiuiec] in each, of "the Buffalo evnnfs '.viiicii will he scheduled. Providence of cupr. from interested Newark inporfsiiioii vji! be highly .appreciated, j Toronto Information may bo liftd from E. INTERNATIONAL Won Lost 61 58 56 55 or Cant. Clifford. It is hoped l- local shootins dogs will be en- Montreal Jersey City 45 47 41 31 41 42 43 48 51 58 .566 .561 .4S-I .480. .414 .313 Good Trout Fishing and per day Additional accommodation at the. new Lake Hotel Stage leaves King Edward. Hotel at P'm- cher Creek every morning for the Lakes. DOG HEN Calgary Amateur Field Triais Club holds its First Anneal Field for BETTERS, POINTERS AND. POINTEH GRIFFONS in the. of Caigary com- mencing Aus. 3014 Derby, and Consolation. Entries close Auiuct 20. Reason- able entry For full jjn'ofinaiion npply to CAPT. CLIFFORD 820 19th AvkiMc W., Calgary. Phoiie W1413. WESTERN CANADA Won .Lost Saskatoon 52 34' Moose Jaw 41 41 jKegina ..45 41. Hat' 44 j tfdmontou 46 "Calgary r. 22 54 P.C. .605 .534 .523 .512 .372 LOOK HERE OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB Overseas football .team to play ag- ainst Shamrocks tomorrow night at Hall nark at 6.30: Lush; Scott and Home; llarpor, llnrvey nml Shaw; nolmrlnon, McGln- jnoaa, Brcnnan, Shin and Huns. ''Vouch 1mei1 ing the course of the! The, press and tho-public are rc- the "FInur de to assist in the enrollment by tion was <5ivcn three lusly cheers. jbringius-to the attention of men who The crowd called our- popular served in ,Hia Majesty s rtoyai Navy mavor for 'a spcjch and lie linmcdiak-1 and in Urn Naval Reserve this urgent ly rcspcndotl. "Ladies ami gimticmuii ami to service. left on Saturday for England. GERMAN BA'RK SEIZED Dover, England, Aug. British warship seized the German bark Per- kco, which left New York, July 18, for Hamburg. felloe! subjects of the British said our Mayor, "you arc -assembled now at the niost momentous moment in the history, of the British Empire, to which .it is our proud privilege to belong: The war has been thrust on us, we have not sought it. But now it has coins we are ready and I j know that every citizen of the' City j-. oi Lethbridge is ready to do his duty! at any sacrifice to himself: The' Gcr- j man Kaiser has been going around j for some time with a chip on his shoulder and the time has come' for us to Knock-that chip ofr. The Kaiser j ust has hern seeking trouhle and started something, and 1 has: M you, ol LcLhbridgc, that by j 'the time tits' l-ron'ole is over, there will lie no Kaiser and wr, will have piil .the 'Dutchman' when; ho be- longs." Mr. David Elton, our worthy mag-i ifftra-Le, made an impressive spereli. j "This has liean thrust on he said, "The Kaiser has bcun skat- Ing roiiivd n hole in the icr. for some time' and. row we are going to put, him in'thi! water. (Voice, from the ctowd, 'Gudcr the .Wo have j wanted.'peace with never pCacc with dishonor.; What i.s tho! good of trying, 'Peace, peace, wln-n i there is peace.' We arn and 'vvlicti this war is over it uill have had the of Wiiitling gclhcr the tho race as one cniily, rrovcring a space) from the centre of tlio earth In ilsi circumference. 1 know In this .crisis; that' every man in will j tic. liis duty to llie'Bmiim1, JXTTIP in iront of him reminded liim of tlir time when as a i-oiidling inifc, his uncle io Worcester from, the Afghan war, where In; had hern fight- ing imdflV l''ar! K.'luicr.s jand cries of "Oriod old Take ABBEY'S Bcsl Foo to Sufforertt from Tbsm To-day take precaution Glass of Effervescent Salts upon you are nura that Stomach, Bowels and Liver will be normal tot the day. TTA TABLETS ,d Tonic ever offered Trouble. Try ;