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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta J .PAGE SIX LETHBRIPCE, PAILT HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 7.1914 Jack Daltoa manages to keep at the head of the National league batsmen who have played through the season. The Brooklyn bltsmith has a mark of .321. Beals Becker of the Phillies is .second, while Bobhy Byrne of the same team ranks" third. Tue other .300 batsmen are Phela'n of the Cobs, Chief Myers of the Giants, of the Cardinals, George Burns of the Eddie Burns of the Phillies, End Jake Daubert of the Dodgers. Here life the leading hitters who hare play- ed on 25 or more games: G. H. P.O. ijalton, Brooklyn..... 75 89 .321 Becker, Philadelphia 66 74 .319 Philadelphia.----- G2 74 iPhelan, Chicago 25 14 j. Myers, New York 76 71 Wingo, St. Louis 47 43 Burns, New York 81 34 E. Barnni Philadelphia.. 31 16 Daubert, Brooklyn 65 72 Bvers, Boston 82 SS Gibson, Pittsburs 71 55 L. McSee, St. Louis SI SS iHummeli, Brooklyn 46 39 Connolly, Boston...... 64 61 'Archer, Chicago 29 28 Gilbert, Boston ,f 52 53 Leach, Chicago....... SS 97 Crarath, Philadelphia 77 75 J. Miller, St. Louis.. 88 96 Wheat, Brooklyn 76 ,9 B. McGee, Phiiadeiphia 77 S2 O'Mara, Broklyn.... 51 53 Zimmerman, Chicago ..81 SS -Fletcher, New-York 62 i'S 0-.'Clarke, Cincinnati 74 58 v .312 .311 .310 .305 .305 .302 .301 .297 .296 .296 .295 .293 .292 .290 .259 Ronnie JIcDonaW of Com- merce, Alta.. has sent la an .application lor entrance, into the ainteur boxing touroauient here on September 7. His weight is 145 pounds. The welterweight division is going to be represented by a big bunch of boxers when the tourney comes off. The more the merrier. Butte Team Club i to Follow Suit Butte, Jlont., Aug. Union Baseball association apparently has gone on the rocks. Tonight the Butte team has disbanded and the Helena where it is believed that it, too, will disband. A committee which endeav- ored to raisa sufficient funds to carry the team through the remainder of tlie season, was unable to raise any money whatever, and President Larry Dugmnn of the Butte association, who already has lost is said to be un- willing to advance any further help to the club. M. B. Barry, vice-presi- dent of the fbtlav he had nothing whatever to do with the finances of the club, and could af- ford no assistance. President Ed. r. Murphy of the lea- gue has dropped ?1000 during the sea- son, and toe is unable to assist Baseball's Prize Lemon .2S6 'OTOOiE fteTlTTSBURG' B. BlcV The pitcher who cost the Pirates and tailed to make good. The 'ittsburg club asked for waivers on O'Toole and all but two clubs waived son, aim ue privilege. He is still with the Pirates -but is almost bound to go back ther. Butte players were paid up to 0 tue minors. The way lias been nicely paved for him to, show his ability, -July 6 in full, and ?2100 is due them bu( he aoesn-t seem to show the big league punch. The highest price ever for'services during July. The senti- jor a ban player was delivered over to St. Paul of the American Asso: ment expressed this evening among ,iatlon somc three' years ago for O'Toole when the red-headed youth'" was Mauon som Frank Baker, of home-run fame, has the fans is that the Union league prao lised" to thV'front >in the American tically has expired, leagiia. He has a mark of .345, or threfe points better than Ty Cobb, who is second. Eddie'Coliins holds up his end well with .331. Joe Jackson, Sam Crawford, Jay Kirke; Clarence Walk- er, Tris Speaker, Fcurnier Milan and Wiliams complete the .300 bunch. WORLD'S Baker, Athletics... Detroit....... E. Collins, Athletics Jackson, Cleveland Crawford, Detroit Kirke, Cleveland...... C., Walker, St. Louis Speaker, Boston...... Fouraier, Chicago... Milan, Washington.. AAVHliams, "Washington ilclnaes, Athletics Cook, N8w Wood, .Cleveland...... Leary, St. Louis...... B. Walker. St Louis... Schallr, Chicago...... Shotten, St Louis.. Hooper, Boston.. E. Foster, Washington. Demniitt. Chicago Gandil, Washington Btrunki Athletics G. H. ..56 114 41 53 88 105 64 76 01 110 20 25 89 5S 90 100 40 41 81 95 41 24 88 99 63 56 45 41 89. .289 .288 ..94 12 .256 61 .284 94 .230 80 .275 90 .274 77 .274 75 .273 63 .270 RECORDS ON GRAND CIRCUIT William Does Second Heat in 2.041 Pace in Two Minutes erage 2.01 Three Heats Grand Mich., Aug. world's records were established at the Grand Circuit meet yesterday. When William, winner of the 2.04 pace, did the second mile in two minutes flat, and made an average of 2.01 for the three heats. William won all three heats easily, and did not seem .fully extended at any time. Lassie McGreggor. winner of tlie II. and M. at Detroit last week, captured the Furniture S5000 stake for 2.12 trot- ters in five heats. She took the first WILL BE TAKEN INTO FOLD beat in a nose finish, won the second game) NATIONAL Chicago 4, New York 3. St'. Louis 7, Brooklyn 2. Pittsbufg 4, Boston' 5. Cincinnati 4, Philadelphia 2. AMERICAN No games scheduled. FEDERAL Kansas City 0, Brooklyn 2. St. Louis 5, PiUsburg- 6. Chicat.0 2, Indianapolis 1, Buffalo 4. (Second with ease, broke badly and narrowly escaped the flag in the third, finished second to King Clansman in the fourth, and captured, the final in a lard drive by a close margin. TO RETIRE CUP DEFENDERS Vanitie and Resolute Vim Go Out of Commission Newport, RX, Aug. the New.Tbfk Yaciit. club had received no official word today from Sir Thomas Lipton regarding his reported with- drawal from tlie international yacjjt_ races because of the wart the American cup and Vanitie, probably QUt of com. mission by TRAINS SLAYER OF BROTHER Brother of. Bull Young Working Out ;Wlth Wlllard TO STAGE DAVIS CUP SERIES War Will Not Interfere With Tennis Matshas New York, N.Y., Aug. pro- gramme of tbe Davis cup international tennis matches will be carried through as scheduled, said R. D. Wrenn, chair-, man of the committee, today. twice talked with in Bos- ton, and and British Isles ready to compete. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 3, Buffalo 4. Newark 7, Rochester 1. Jersey City 4, Montreal 2. AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus 4, Columhns ond tame) City i City 1: (Scc- is 9, Minneapolis 5. 3. Milwaukee 1. the fight against5be "Federals. But the serious- through these that tlie more preten- tious magnates were hurt. The two major, leagues could not out the fellows. If it were the-survival of the is little doubt that tbe major league club owners could go further than the Federals. -But the lesser lights, upon whose success the majors must depend, have to be con- sidered. And these have begun to grumble seriously over the present pinch. HUNGIR A Aug. Sentiment in western Canada Is Bald here to be stiongl) in of Col S B Steele, C.B., O.C. Military District. No. S, being appointed to. a substantial command in case of the wes; obtain- ing proper representation lii any Ca- nadian contingent, or for that matter with any .Canadian contingent that may be sent' over, whether the west has a strong or slight representation TJie recent rumor from Ottawa thnt Col. Steele's age might be against an important command is scouted here, aasmucli. Col. Steele is the same age as Eari Kitchener, who today is tlie Secretary of State for War for Great Britain. Col. Steele's great executive ability will undoubtedly be considerred when the commands are.given out. .His re- cord in South Africa, when he was called upon by Earl -Kitchener to, or- ganize the South Airrican Constabu- lary was. such as to earn for him the personal thanks from Great Britain's ;reat commander-in-chief. The South African constabulary is today modell- ed along the lines set down .by Col Steele, who had been asked to remain in the Union for that purpose. '.Halifax, the Cunard. liner Maiiretania, which put into port here yesterday with 2400 passengers fleeing from Europe, again sails from Livei- pool she. wii'i be fitted as H.M.S. Maui- etania, and prepared "to destroy the hostile shipping of Germany. It was expected today that the Maur- etania' would soon return to Liver- pool under convoy ot British warships, and that she would immediately be turned over to the Admiralty for her equipment of quick-firing guns, a.riew ;oat of dark grey paint and the white ensign. Commerce destruction was the ulti inate purpose ,for which the Maure- tauia was "constructed. She-wasprac- Mnny students of baseball believe ticallr built for the Admiralty, and .uuj many features of warship construe- that some sort-of a coalition between Hmj. wire in )icr She Lusttania. 'were the first mer an L.fnJis.illc 7, St. 1'anl 4. jtouis.-ilie 4, St. Paul 1. (Second Jess Wlllard, the heavyweight. Is be- ing trained for his next campaign by the brother of Bull Young, whom he killed in'the last year. In anticipatJhn of the match that his manager. Ton) Jones, hopes to get with jack Joh'.Json, the. big fellow has gone into lightltralning. His principal sparring partner la Noah Young, the brother of Bullj All of Bull's family held Wlllard bjameless for the death Df Bull. ae '-'fe'only change is that Lieutenant A. R. F. Kingscote, an officer of the British army, has sailed for London from Boston. It Is not likely he would have played on the team had he re- mained, so his absence will not influ- ence the final result." A Good Reason Business depression is the reason given by President Gilmore for the cut I in admission prices at Fed parts. Cor- least In so far as it concerns the baby baseball league. LOOK HERE RIFLE CLUB MEMBERS No more rifle practices will be held lit the range until more interest is Ihown in the club. S. S. FOOTBALL TONIGHT St, Andrew's versus St. Cyprian's football teams in a Junior 3.S. league ttetuie tonight Westminster grounds at 6.45. A .win by St. Cyp- rians and the chamWplonship shield Is thelr'8; St. Andrew's- are the lioldr trs; and they are determined to keep GOLF COURSE DE LUXE Clarence II. Geist, a wealthy Pbila- delphian. has expended 5250.COO in the construction of an 18-hole golf course near Absecon, Mr. Gelst some years ago decided he would like to have a links which he could use in summer and winter alike. Mr. Geist began the quest for a place where win- ter golf was practicable, and within easy access of Philadelphlans and New Yorkers. After a long search, lie found a track of 230 acres, two miles from Absecon. The tract had been used for a big truck garden and the spit was a sandy loam. .Worlt began a. little more than a year ago, and to day goiters are playing over tho en tire 18 holes. Forty-e'ght acres have been set asldo for the clubhouse and .grounds. There are 60 sleeping rooms, and in the locker rooms are accommodations for 50r golfers. The piece de resistance In a huge pool of salt water, 62 feet.long and 20 feet wide. CANADIAN Erie 9, Toronto 6. Brrntiord 1, Hamilton 4. St. Thomas 4, London 5. Pet-'rl-oro 2, Ottawa 4. WESTERN CANADA Medicine flat, Alta., Aug. Kal- io's great pitching was responsible [or the Quakers' win yesterday after- noon. Darkness stopped tbe evening game at the sixth inning, with tbe score a tie. In the last inning of the first game, the Hatters had two men on the' bases, and none out, when -Kal- fanned the next three. First Medicine Hat............ 3 12 Saskatoon.............. 4 S 0 Martin and Bliss; Kallio and Wal- ters. Medicine Hat............ 7 Saskatoon.............. 7 8 2 Lind, Lemley and. Bliss; Barth, Northrup and Walters. Played Like Wooden Men Moose Jaw, Sask.. Aug. Red Sox turned the tables on t'C Millers, and cleaned up a double-header. The NATIONAL New Yor'E Chicago St. Louis Bost-n Cincinnati Philadelphia Broni lyn Pitts iurg Toronto, Ont, Aug. the European war, if long continued, may mean a slowing up in big undertak- ings in the province, was the'view ex- pressed by a government official yes- terday. Hon. I. B. Lucas was fore- handed in placing Ontario government bonds on the English market some .time ago, but the call for money for 55 38 .591! northern development, highways con- Everyone seems anxious to eat farmers' meat The farmers themselves only accommodate you twice a week We can accommodate you with the same goods every dav in the week And our prices are right Westminster Meat Market Phone 1055 .London, AUg. Capetown Halifax, Aug. the H. M. C. S. Niobe equipped and at sea sta would be ol inestimable. value to Uritish commerce, in the opinion of Lieut. W. II. Hatohor, R.N.R., chief officer of the Mauretania, which at-' rnert today. Stand ng OR the lofty organized andv: the Federal league wll.f bg affectetl gfant'Vessels 'BiiTlV with longituBina of-'.tt'e rpresefiUplayliig MBsbn. They bulkheads. Provision for magazines Every officer' and" the greater part pendent says, r Europe is "restored'and the ovcnveen- ing ambition ot Germany checked. The voice ot Great Britain is the voice of tlie empire'. The South Ai- self witLuftaitation or reservation! Hatcher, "she would he e the side ot tlie united nations of valuable, one could act as fellow ought to IK at sea." "But she is slow to overhaul any ot the German cruisers that appeared off the said a reporter. Karlsruhe is credited with a speed of knots and tlie Dresden wrtti 25. Thcv could steam rings around the and public buildings during .530 i the rest of tlie year will be heavy, and .5211 the Treasury department will bo hard 45 50 40 53 40 54 .480 .474 .435 AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston Wash Detroit St. Louis Clrcaso Ni.w York Cleveland 63 34 56 44 51 44 52 49 48 50 48 52 i..... 44 56 33 69 FEDERAL Baltimore Chica.o BrcoMjn Iniiisnapolis BuiUlo MUs' nrK City St. Louis 53 58 50 50 48 42 52 43 57 42 57 j put to it to avoid going back to the money markets, a proceeding that would in the pesent stage of affairs prove costly, even If any considerable sum could be raised, which is more than doubtful. The money stringency that is bound to follow the war, even if hostilities are brought to an early close, will have a discouraging effect upon the development of the new pro- vincial highways scheme. To what extent the financial strin- gency will affect the hydro extensions is problematical. Tlvt construction of the Huron-Bruce-Grey system of (transmission lines and stations, not- 41 .SIM ably the Windsor line and the doub'le .5601 lino to the Falls from Dundas, are be- yond the stage where they can be re- tarded by money market A prolonged scarcity of follow- ing the war will hurt radial construc- tion by adding to construction costs. Great Britain and Ireland. If pence with honor." is impossible for Great Urita'n, it is impossible for this or any other part of the Empire. It war is to war, nons of the nations of the empire will gird the sword with greater'alacrity and with greater'cer- tainly in the righteousness of Bri- tain's, ca'iira' than the South African ProccMlinR, the Times says that the form ui co-operation should he left to tho Union government, which is in consultation with the Imperial authorities. .660 .560 .551 .515 .490 .480 .440 .324 41 41 45 47 .430 4 10 I 10 Millers played like wooden men. Moose Jaw.............. Regiua................ Andrada, Kurfess and Brown, Herder and Harris. Moose Jaw.............. Reglna................. Harrah and Wally; Kennedy, Bor- der and Harris. Bronks Got Cleaning Calgary, Alta., Aug. Eski- mos made a clcan-np of the series by beating Calgary, lle'-vitt pitched good ball and deserved a shut-out. Score: Edmonton.............. 572 Calgary................ 1 0 2 Howitt Lciiiieus; Bapliflte and G 7 982 Rochester Buffalo INTERNATIONAL 01' 43 58 43 Baltimore Newark Ton nto Montreal Jersey City .587 .574 .569 WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon Moosiv Jaw Medicine Mat Cakarv......... 53 '47 41 47 43 43 .40 32 Woman's Health md spirits depend upon her digestion etn and circulation. Sallow skin, pimples, .SL'' facial blemishes and depression dis- 48 I Appear after tho system has: been 52 .475 cleansed and tho blood purified by BEECHAM S nets .4 Hi .317 36 '.SW .684- .523 .517 ,4115 56 .304 Mlrnirvkn. IBDt On Board U. S. S. California, Ma- zatlan, Aug. 7, by wireless to San Diojo, Calif., Aug. ents -have taken all outer defenses of Mazatlan. All last night and today there, was fighting between Constitu- tionilists and. the Federal garrison. The Federals exhausted their am- munition but obtained, tresli supplies from the transports in tlie bay. The Japnncsc cruiser Idzuino is coaling; at Manianlllo, preparatory to returning lo -lapan. WINNIPEG'S GERMAN CONSUL GETS PASSPORTS vous ship, occupjing certain known posiitiou. She would be a reiuge to which shipping could run from a foe, for none of the German raiders could stand up to the Niobe's battery ol sixteen six-inchcrs." Montreal, Qne., Aug. The qucs-. tion of granting leave to C. P. R. em- ployees, who may be 'called upon as reservists to proceed to the front, or who may volunteer to do so, and pro- viding for dependents during their ab-. sence, was considered this afternoon at a meeting of the directors ot the company. Sir Thomas Shnughnesey, president of the company, stated that the com- pany will give all aid possible .to all such employees, and that the, positions vncrted by reservists or volunteers for service would he kept open for them. He added that he hoped that at the meeting of directors, adequate provi- sion would he made In regard to. de- pendents during their absence with re- gard to a nay allowance for selves, or wives and children left bo- ilnd. To Grow Hair On A Bald Head Winnipeg, Man., German Consul In Winnipeg. Itaron Rmlt Von CoHtnburg, has been handed his passports by the Dominion government, awl will leave Winnipeg tomor- row for tho United States. His staff will follow him. The Hnron received a coiumunlca- tion from Ottawa, asking that ho leave Canada williln twenty- four hours, and tho German consulate is closed tpduy. from :BV A SPECIALIST. 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