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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HE.KAMI DEFEATS W. EARNS RIGHT NILES IN Boston, Aug. l.-lliird anil accu- rate hilling today won for II. N or- ris Williams II. the national lalv" tennis champion, a place in the linal of tlic I.ongvvgod r-ha.le.ogc. tourna- ment tomorrow. He will be opposed by Na t W. Kite of tills city, and the will meet Ma lin of San Francisco, of the on present holdoi Thursday, in the cbal- match with W. F Johnson of Philadelphia this after- noon Williams lost the first set, win nine onlv two games, lint then cap .tared three sets, allowing bis oppon- ent only two games. solcndid control ol such speed anil accuracy that John ion was. forced lo net many returns The summary H .V Williams II., fission, defeat ed'W. V. .Inhnson, Philadelphia, 2-8 6-1, 6-0, 6-1. BASEBALL Atlantic City, X. J-, Aug. -l.-Jas. Gilmorc, president of the federal announced here today that his league was planning another raid on orga.ii7.ed hascball and that ne, tiations ivitli 15 .stars were under wav Mr Clilmoro said the Federals would endeavor to. Sign several well- known players in tne and olllcr.-, will he found in the tederal league camps 'next ..spring, (ill- more said that no nhiounl of monc> wiihin reason' would stand in the way of the Federals n they could in clure sup.li men as Orover Ulevrtan A wander, Franklin Baker. Collins and "SMifiy" Slclnms contracts. Mr Gilmorc aniiouiiced that Federal league doubted .they will -i Icani in New York city next veal that the pennant winner ir, hii league would again choSleijBO the winner oi'tlic world's scries this fall. PURPOSES TO ENLIST IABER BftlLlEANI DEI! J-2 Knox Piled Up Bunch of Runs .in First Two Inning and Cinched Game BOBBIE DIBBLE The Canadian and American cham lilon sculler, will row his last race at the Canadian Henley tu he hold at SI Catharines. After the races he enlist and go to the front with an eastern battalion Knox hascball squad never hate shown up to better advantage than, they did last evening at tin: Athletic park. They defeated Talifr uy 7 runs to 2 in a acvon-and-a-liali innings tilt. George Williams pitched for Knox and let bis opponcnis down ior a measly five clouts. He dished up a clever assortment and was never in danger of being licalrn. He was sup- o rilliant BIG FOR COnS! HflHB NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn Boston Chicago Ts'ew York Pittsbnrp tit. Lo.ulP Cincinnati so -17 -tti -II L. 41 41! 48 Taber has received more aiivcrt-is-j, ing tiuoiighout Canada through their po i once celohmlwl npfkcy than Uic town has gained'by I be excellence oi its coal products, in the palmy days of the hockey team liic New Vork It z St. Louis 9 Jhilhewson, Tfsreftu and Doom ana Mevcrs.; Ames. Griiicr, NMeliaus, Per- dun anil Snycler and Second New Vork St. Louis Tesreaii and Meyers Snvder. 990 0 -t 1 Meadows and Boston .5 s n i 7 i i, Hughes and Whaling; 51am- Cooper and Gibson. Brooklyn Cincinnati J Applcton, Coombs, Dell, Miller McUarLy Dale and Wingo. _ both town iciamc well 'known through the length and breadth oi the Dominion. the learn disbanded Lloyd took. kept the town before public notice, j in the province at least, by being in-, uliided among the stars oi hockey Edmonton. Then Cook's services were, acquired by the west coast playing ior Vancouver last season; when that tram captured the Stanley Clip, emblematic oi the world s title. Now we "nave it on good authority, i another Cook and another of thefam-, oils Tabcr "Chefs" hockey team nrei to give the town more pub-, ficiiv hy going lo the coastA next, winter tu play the game. They arcj I eo Cook and Barboiir. The; lornier. is now at Taher living with his family, and the latter is, a drug- gist, at Blairmore. j Lloyd Cook will retain his place as: a member oi 'the Vancouver teamj next season and Leo Cook and Bar-i hour will .likely play for Seattle, the] new club of next winter's coast lea- gue. AMERICAN Boston.. Detroit Chicairo Washington JCew York St. .Louis Cleveland Philadelphia Chicago Washington Srott and tecnalt Henry. Second game- Chicago .Washington r.c .615 .BQ4 .S2I> .489 .400 't FABRE TO GO TO FRISCO iioehling and Boston, 'Mass, .Aug.-1 Edouard Fabre of Montreal and Clltton IS. i Home of the Dorchester club, win-- ners of Ihel first and second places in the American Marathon, run last April, are to-comnete in the San Fran- cisco Marathon on August 28. The expenses of both men will- bo borne I i- Ihe A.A.U. i-'abre will be allowed J25 and Home. ?2lW. The Dorclies- 1 er cluh will also help Home. The; lien will leave for the Pacific coast n about a w.eek. asm n Cicottc. ffolfgang and Mayer Gal- lia and Ainsmi'th. Detroit 040 Dubuc and Stallage Wyckofi liapp. Cleveland-Boston; both games post- poned, rain. and FEDERAL Kansas City Chicago Flttsburg Newark St. Louis Brooklyn Buffalo BaJtlraore Brooklyn pittstmrg L. 42 It 43 44 53 7 11 Smith and Simon Hearn and Con cor. Ho other games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL Providence Buffalo MarrieburB Montreal. Rochester Toronto. Hicbmond lenev Cm providence I 4S 'JO' Montreal rc .sin ill SAN FRANCISCO BOAT WINNER Gentvieve Defeat! Ortona in Seattle. to-California Race San Francisco, Cal.. Aus- sloop Genevieve, owned by Captain Tohn Barneson, commodore of the San Francisco Yacht'clvA, circled the nited States battleship .Oregon in he. harbor here today, and was de- clared the winner of the San Francisco lolls distance M-ch l lace the Oitona owned r and sailed -by CapUJif'.KInn Graham ot the Seattle Aacht club cup nas the offeied by the 'Panama-Bacirie. exposition. The Gehevieve and the Ortona sail ed fom Seattle Tul 28 at o clot) in the afternoon. The Qeneyieva ar- rived at 10 ociocl Tnesdav mom mg making time of 140 ho ir and jS j minutes for the distance of SO! mile i down the coast. The-Ortona-lias, not arrived. PURSE FOR WELTERWEIGHTS McFarland and Gibbons Recsive for ID- Round Fight ported iuashra .of brilliant work were seen from lime lo time at the station occupied hy Bond, Campbell, Johnson, McPhee and Hansch.'. i Williams was opposed on the bring line bv Old Man Stokes, who used to V pitch'here'for Taher in the eighties against Lethhridgo old-timers who have since died ol old age. Old daddy has still a good punch leit. Make no discount on that, A HIT he suc- V in getting HIP- creak out of his rusty hinges he scaled down and cave the local hoys a good argument. He "was ah'ly assisted in th_c argu- ment, by pal's oi youth, Old Hen Kov and Art Lee, who also'used to! play here in the eighties. Hoy, old cock vou must admit that vou have slipped back a league or two since. the (lavs you used tn clout the ball over the fence and then some, though. votir performance around the initial, bag last night bore evidence that you i T...........- still know how tn beat the runner tee for his appearance and that d (ll) in a pinch. How, the slipulat- i Hacine, Aug. 4. "t'ackey" McFarland of Chl- cayo and .Mike Gibbons of SI. signed articles today tor a ten-round on Septem- ber 11 at Brighton Beach. N'. V. The weights will be M7 pounds. The promoter.? offer a purse of of which MrFarland will receive and Oiilbons hnxcr put up ?2SOO as a guaran- Let your summer be free from anx- iety about baby. The use of the 'Allenburys' Foods protects Baby from the dangers of cow's milk and summer colic. i Take your holidays and pay your visits- baby can go with you. Wherever you may be the 'Allenburys' Foods are readily prepared- ideal when with their aid you will be able to look back on a successful holiday. na well as providing for the youngest baby, or the most delicate digestion, the 'Allenburys' Foods Nos. 1, 2 and only pro- gressive dietary for infants-provide all the essential elements in right proportions to ensure healthy growth and development, as baby's digestive capa- biiites increase. Milk Foods Nos. 1 2 need only the addition of boiling water. Trouble is thereby saved and harmful germs avoided. No. 3 Food is s Malted Feed that is easily digested, and exceptionally nutritious for children over 6 months who have been weaned. The nearest approach to healthy mother's milk. iSllenbiirgs MILK FOOD No. 1 From birlh to three monthi MILK FOOD No. 2 From three to aix months MALTED FOOD No. 3 From fix months onwirdi stantly ID No. Alltnbargs make Old or Spare RAZORS REQUIRED For the TROOPSAT about vou, Art Too old to catch j behind 'the hat now, eh. and hitting at the ball as tlionsh your bat was: perforated. How the mighty have 'fallen. Knox made enough runs in the nrst i innings tn hold the Taherites even for the game and in the second in- nings piled.on lour mote, putting the game in 'the ice chest. HOW THE HUNS WKRli SCORED First Innings-Sang got a hit, stole j second, and., scored on Bond s hit j- when threw the ball away at v the plate, taking a relay from Ry-, THE FRONT i i Kansas Jlmncapolis fil Paul 'Kcconi! St Piul Sctoml Milwaukee. Ihililnapolis Louisville (I Columbus 1 (.'olumhns 3 Clevp.land 5 Cleveland BAD WEATHER BOTHERS YACHTS Retolute, Oiubled, li Towed Into porl_Vjnitie. Behaves Wei Nsnnort RI Vu? 4 virtually disintegrated the fortmgcnt of thr ach club cruising squadion todi.% Slail m. foi NBWDorl fiom 1 ondon thi Bfternoon off Fisher s Island the i moed into i cross sea and t knot wind at mcp put special o' 11 pse out of commission (.hiel -imors the disabled is the ffsolute one of the Amercasj Imp candidates which met Ith nccidpnt to lifi lophamiicr and to nort l the went thioisn Ihe ordea Oulleis Hall Sheffield, June T, Win Thomas B 1 ee 1 sq M Irpnt St Fast Toronto; Canada. Dear months ago Ihe Cutleii ompam up bj the Wai and I undertook to cartv oil the col lecuon of spire or discarded rtazois throughout this countl> nlltiins them tn order when re- ceived and sending them for- ward tor the use of the troops This course was necessar; lo the mabilitj of. Hie manufacturers to meet suffic- iently rapidly tlie requirements of the soldiers at the front. I am pleased to say up. to the present 'JO.OOH have heen re- rened and from the followinp lettei vou mil see much tlie effort 11 being ippreciated 1 is Lords'np and the W-ii Office and HIP (fe-lle expressed that the .appeal should be con- tinned. v lll-i M; pear Mr has informed me of the siep> rtich you'have-heen sood en- ough to take in regard to the collection from private sources of raiors for the troops, and J write to express to you my ap- pieciation of the valuable help which has heen rend ered to the War Department: 'f shall be slad if yon will accept and convey to the mem- bers' of the Cutlers' Company and others who have assisted you in Ibis work my cordial thanks for (he. trouble which vou and they have taken in the mattei 'The need for razors is not ol entirely met and I am pleas- ed to Know Iliat yon hope lo >h? able! to obtain additional quan- tities. 'Yours faithfully. (Sgd.! Infants, and it has always prMea a success. Last summer blktn I has ever thru hmarta casts summer diarrhoea food is in eVfry Woy excellent and a boon to humanity." I stating age of child and whether rl or not AISD ior BOOK INFANT FEEDING .and MANAGEMENT "-64 pages of valuable informatipn. POST FREE. The ALLEN i- HANBURYS Co., Limited, TORONTO, ONT. A.D. 200 19b GRANO CIRCU.T BACES Kalamazoo, Mich., Aug. a de'av of two Kilamaroo Grand [Circuit meet opened this afternoon. A downno.ur of rain.for two dys and i.in almost constant Irizile toda> made 'the track exceedlnely slow. I The surprise of the afternoon was 'the defeat ot tne lavonte In Fust Tnn.ng-HUn hit and cime, 000 Michigan I nited home on long hit lo centre Camphell both hit and scored on ilc- Pl ee s hit faann clouted i t'vo bag gcr, driving in and was .hi! in bv Bond i hit ior one and stole second and scored when Cook s jxroimdct TABER 1 1 .1 0 0 0 0 li 0 0 0 0 II- 1 il 1 0 1 0 ma L 1 5 (li 2 >i Si1 0 0 0 0 ipveni in four he-it The Mio favorue Inmne-V LPP to first m the bettms winning the urst heat a Ui'liams nrned lint Bond dropped ipe hall and 1 to 'get him at first. Lee got around to third and came in on Nichols' hit. i AB.R.H.PO.A.I Hylea, It. A. Lee, ss. Nichols, 36. R. Lcc, Ib. Uook, 2b. Lewis, c. Williams, n I Fuller, cf. p. I 0 0 i US1DMOF MYMNTS BIG Fl The third day's program ol the rtnmond mi ciirnival-Augnst -in n ,nd sPpt 1-will be a hum mci THE CLIMB FOR COLMAK The mo-tiess ot the French north of Muuster in the v., he I wht the nver leading to Colmar are coming under IP control of the Iiench artilleri _________ BIG GAME .J. TONIGHT JicPliK, 3h. Sang, rf. 'Bond, c, l Dunsworlh, cf. Hansel, Ih. Johjison H I P Campbell. 3b. Livingstone, the muruns will be giicn to vis v S2 i31H 3 itmg tin exhbinon ind leenmgsucli instruction is (hi government ofli VP R II PO V F uaK and have lot tin v 5 1 1 3 0, Benefit ol the ptoplL Ihir in the 11 1 S 0 0 tunoon the lollowlng 01 spoils 1 will be run on 0 i ill V rac- each r boi s to 1J 1 lirst priie illi second 2nc fc0 0 -----------------drive 7 132-1 10 3 j-53.00. 1 race each, for in girls under uWl'm 10 per cent The biggest football the ib ed for to night it the Park North. LetlibrWge -versus S O b in the deciding sdme of the cits football championship Scor, fabei Knox S in gallint stMe and the rlijt o I the racing uift to ciosq tbo finish i line. 1 hegr fo assure in jontrihiilins to- Uie- collection your efforts will be very much appreciated- by the .iiitlioritieG here and also by myself. Tours faithfulb (Sgd.) W. H. .ELLIS. Master Cutler thorn up quirk. t'H'in with or hj jtosl to cst- crn Canada second ol pulse 101 000 i Jims halne si i, tarp Mr '40 001 IK-7 team hitch to wagon racr mile T to enter-1st S, 00 100 Scienlinc ropmt, contest, i first base on bills oil lo entrt au to work at same 1st 00 2nd Si 00 15. Broncho busting, i to cnte.r on 2nd on Summary Two-base hits, Sang, i Campbell first base 01. hams 1 off btokcs, 2 struck out Williams h V 1 ce Ililea R I ce Yulliams 1 Fuller) hj Stok s 5 lohnson 2 Livingstone 21 dropped third stake, Bond hii Bond Tllln Pitch stolen hnses I ec Bond Camnbcll I "it Knox. t labcr 7 i-arnen I Sh'ovcr. RING MAGNATES PLAN TO CONTROL BOXING ALL OVER THE WORLD ssoc ilion to coitrol 1 boxine all the world is the un .bilious program laid out m ior a melting it vcland on of -Milwaukee the busting-, I romoter and sporting 15 en horse loos0 with.nothing but cm-rle 5 lo cnter-1 t S10 00 2nd Hitor Vrn r touch of! rcllj JO lias beet. Lloir name lot i long most of tin pionnni it Ihe coimtrv will ittcnd u.'.rj 4 a new deal in tne believes (SON M SE cncitlar let let sivs Regular ;Men Snicking in the trenches Is a hop. rib.e crime war isn t being woo foi the illies with collars but the regular men who I get maldemer at the smell of cobaceo smoke or cringe when a slieU plodes hard i Ottawa Hockey Doubtful On account of Harry Broadbent ga- ins to the front and because many othei members of the former Stanley cnpholderb have signified their in- tention of joining the artillen doubtfil If Ottawa -mil be represent- ed bv a professional hockej club tail On He Do It' If can diive the New Tort into tne first division before the finish of the se-ison It will be thirteenth time hp has been the leading tour If he fail" it will be the first time he has finished out- side the class A Good Hockey Player I kn d ook member of ttoe VM. cornel hockcv teim world t placed second base tor the Ta- game1 Jtlttt." it lettel sivs plave oiu baU ieam tn their .nox here last night I lojd is wonder who 1 ajcouver, fecattlc oral 'leasne basehall club, was todaj I ondon Mis Scot t sh I ootball Co mril has di cided lo abandon all intcrm tionil and cup ties but to al Ion clubs to ananze matches between themselves ii nf S7 iO U'll II tL'i 51 upwards a 10 per crnt ire II he oharged phs per icnl o! win neis nionev liovhie, exccptcd nets oione, ioie, Oiand closint ball it m sharp I bv boxers drmrnding s and anan.c slanda d Ipll mo 1 am c-pated con iderable n the court room and uroTOkt: Cousmcau of the 1, lo idd les, 4 ;