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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIK LFTHBKIPGB. HATLY 1IEBAI1> CUBS ARE NOW IN SECOND PLACE Thursday, t S PORT S BURMAN WILL RACE AT MONTREAL Cy Pieh and Heinrich of Brandon-Bronchos Had Cy's Goat Edmonton, August A deal was put through tonight whereby Pitcher Cy Pieh of the Eskimos goes to Bran- don in -return for Pitcher Hoinrichs. The Eskimos have been without left- handed pitcher since Skilman jumped the team and Heinrlchs will be of great use especially as he seems to be rounding into his 19iO form. The last game he pitched against Edmon- ton was a splendid exhibition. Pieh was the most effective pitcher on the Eskimo staff for the first month- of the season but the Dronchos seem to have his goat, consequently he Is not much use to the club as the remainder of the season Is practically with Calgary versus Edmonton at this end of the circuit. The deal goes Into effout at Pittsburg Leads League While the Athletics and Tigers are engaged a tooth and nail struggle in the American League, at the same time there is just as hard a tussle going on in the Notional between Wttshurg, Chi- cago and New York. In fact, the race in the latter is today con- siderably more tense than in the former. For yesterday the Pitts- burg Pirates nosed the Chicago Cubs out of first place. This is the. first occasion this season that tile world's champions of 1908 have touched 'the top rung of the 1911 ladder. The dislodsement of the Chicagoaus comes as the climax of a remarkable string of Victories tor Pittsburg including a ten Innings batllo with Philadelphia aided by the defeat of Chicago by New York. This combination gives Pltlsburg first place by one lioiut as follows: Teain Pittsburg.............................. 9J 'pjj Chicago......................... 53 40 inaVbe noted that Pittsburg has played three more games' than Chicago. The Pittsburg winning streak included thir een straight games from Boston and lirooklyn. to which were two victories over .New York mul three straight over Philadelphia. Fred Clarke Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Won Lost P. C. LEAVITT BLEW UP AFTER HAVING MOUNTAINJIEW ALL BUT BEATEN Leavitt, Aug. game on July son lost the ball but plainly he had it NOT LIKELY TO visirraE COAST VANCOUVER SOCCERITSS ARE SORE ON PROMOTERS OF CORINTHIANS' TOUR W. Parker, of Toronto, who is the -J moving spirit lu'tho Corinthians U, In bad in Vancouver, according to 1 the latest advices from that part of the Dominion, and, as a "Jiiseiiuel iu.. 1 ne lour ot tho ruinous British an a- tours may not extend to the I'acll const, as originally planned, aftei all. 1 The trouble appears to have arisen, out'of the question of the division of -ate receipts, and the prospects or i The Corinthians' visit are regarded as 4 so slim that only a bare dozen players tinned out at the first trial'match lo I compete for the honor of being on the i to.ira which was to meet the English i amateurs in the I'acific coast city. The Vancouver Province describes the trouble as1 follows: Secretary Hazlett has received a reply to the wire sent to Mr. Parker, of Toronto, last week, -regarding the teims offered by the Vancouver and District League. The exact wording ot Mr. Parker's wire docs not. entire- ly suit the league delegates. Al- fiough he was otfered all of the gate etoipts for the two games here, less GAME LAWS OF WESTERN CANADA A ncnt little booklet compiled for our mado to tit 'the vest pocket, cbiilalning same lows of Manitoba, katchewnu, Alberta, British Co- lumbia and Ontario, also useful Information to sports man. Thin'booklet will be gjad- ly mailed with our compliments to any desiring name. The Can- adian Arms and Sporting Goods Co., Winnipeg. j idvertislng e Moose Jaw Calgary Winnipeg Edmonton Saskatoon Brandon CS 52 47 2T 25 29th between Leavitt and Mountain '.764 View for first 'place in the league re- suited in a partial victory for Leavltt. .511 .ISS .310 .1'S Pittsburg Chicago JJew York Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston NATIONAL 61 89 58 56 56 43 38 3S 37 40 43 44 43 60 21. SO AMERICAN' Philadelphia..... 67 Detroit 68 Boston 54 New York...... 52 Cleveland....... Chicago........ 50 Washington...... 41 8t. Louis..... 38 3n .65; .394 before he was knocked out. Robin- son never came out of ii for over half an hour which suspended all play. Af- Manager Pittsburg Pirates, Who Yesterday Piloted His Into First Place in National League score stood 12 to 0 tsr that the Umpire was asked for j Mountain in'favor of Leavitt. Then Leavitt got J his decision. -Safe." "Rotten" lon' le wild Third hoseman Smith threw a I the spectators, high one to first and let in three runs. With two men down, one man and the league president i M. nnp to first and let n ree run. From then on 'Leavitt completely lost [third and Kenley safe the score would 1 ends and on the last half of stand 14-14 by the addition of .the run Ult.il _____ fi.irv f nniP .1.. a at. Anotller gnrao is to be j played (date not fixed at present) on neutral ground (supposedly at Cnrd the ninth with Moutain View at the bat, the score stood 13-14 in favor 01 Leavitt. Here Leavitt began to play Two men went down in quick succession. The next batter made it made by the man on third w.ho came in on Kenly's hit. if Kenly was out then the game clearly belonged Leavitt. to ,third. came, the climax the one that told the tale. H. Kenly, o'f Mountain Viow came to bat, struck a grass cutter to short and ran for first; s.s. slammed th'e pill straight to' 1st' b. anil succeeded in beating Kenly there alright. The runner see, ins his only chance crashed into Leav- itf's first baseman. Robinson, with his' knee) laying him out unconscious on the field. Then pandemonium .311 broke loose. In the. knock-out Robin- slon) with a neutral umpire which decide the league championship. MIKE DONLiN FOR BOSTON Everyone admitted that Robinc-on had the 'hall before Kenly touched j Pittsburg, Aug Following a con- But it is also true t-'nat Hob- ference here last night bet-wen Pre- inson lost the ball 'when Kenly crash ed into.him. Here is Leavijt's claim: Kenly owned up to the boys that he did it intentionally, but that he did not mean to do it. so hard as lie did. That puts him out by 19H rules. Yet the Umpire, called him safe. The1 result was that Leavitt refused sident Russell, of'jhe Boston National League team ah'd Manager McGraw, of the New York Nationals, the an- nouncement was made that M. J. Donlin had -been sold to the Boston club. The sale was outright, no other, i im result wua j-cuvm. to play on and finish the game. players figuring. The price was not Yesterday the officers of both clubs stated. MORNING The Sad Experience After a "Spree" AfR DRINKING MAN, doe. not that sentence, "The Morning remind ycu of many a miserable djy when M .wakening at 5 or 6 o'clock in the morning, after a merry night of drinking and carousing, of the you have in your head, the awful craving for something cold in your stomach, tc quench .the burning thirst, for a cold, wet towel on your head and the remorse you feel at fhe imperfect memory of the good time, of the night before, he wish that you could remember ju.t where you .were who was there; and then you think, perhaps of tire money vou had in your pay envelope, now all gone, and nothing to show for it; the grocery bill of last week, still unpaid, the JJ. homl still unourchaied. and the wife and children doing as best they can on the "eft vou had In your pay envelope, now all gone, and nothing to show or i; e grocery i Xou should have brought home, still unpurcha.ed, and the wife and children doing best they can on the "lef over'' from last week? Perhap, it is not ao bad a. that, for them; you may be well enough off in n in a wa is rowin less, your over' from last week? Perhap, it is not ao bad a. that, for tem; you may e we eugh off in this world s goods, that they do not really need; but the business, which is still going on in a way, is growing less, your customer, o, your ne.. awociate. are lo.ino. faith in you, and also In your business, which i, "going to the dogs.' U, you the of respect of your associates in busineiE, or the lack of trust in you. You aid have a "good time, didn t you last night? But what now, when The cold, gray dawn of the morning light, Seems to rob the picture of much that Is bright! Then you certainly settle for such a night, In the cold, gray dawn of the morning. no longer In the swim, you are either in the gutter or getting there fast. The Life Insurance Company'wants wSS jar; ,r at the Neal Institute will effect a perfect cure and in every case. The Neal Especially Appeals To Business Men really no comp.rlson lime alone Is suffici i the Neal treatment effects .1 perfect in every case. The .avlng of ient to enable them to decide to decide NOW. NO HYPODERMIC INJECTIONS GIVEN A Treatment that, Includes Hypodermic Injections is Positively Dangerous. It Is not necessary for you to bare your arm and submit to having the hypodermic needle Jabbed times a day, fcr from 28 to 42 days, to be cured of the drink habit. That ii the old, crude treatment, .iu.._ 'jwith It all the. danaer. blood poisoning, ini >ed Into it four or six day, fcr from 28 to "42 days, to be cured of the drink habit. That U the OKI, cruae which, throujh the carelessness of or an infected needle, carries with it ,11 Ihe danger, c.r blood poisoning. The ment not admlnl.lered hypodermlcally, but is taken internally, and, being a harmle.t vegetable compound, it neutralizes and eliminates every trace of alcoholic poison from the system, and cannot possibly leave any bad a _ All the'comfortl of a refined home-with the utmost privacy-are 10 be found at the Neal Institute. Send tod.y for etpy of contract. THE NEAL INSTITUTE CO., LTD. Hovrath Ave. CATXJAltV, ALTA. BRINGS HIS OWN WATER Chicago, Aug. Hack- onschmldl, the Russian lion, who is matched to meet champion Frank Ootch. in Chicago, on La- bor Day, has made elaborate plans to complete his training. Jn a letter to his manager. Jack Cnrlev, Hackcnschmidt outlines his plans. He will sail from Southampton for the United States this and will bring with him ten cases ot a special spring water obtained in France. In tho Hackeuschmidt party will be Dr. F. B. Roller, chief trainer; Jonathan Koch. German athlete; Masseur Coleman, and a German chef, who will prepare all the food. At New York the wrestler will pick up Tom Jenkins, who will accompany him to Chicago. 'expenses, the Toronto mnngor expresses the opinion t.iat incouver has niade a lower offer j i in any other city 'in the Dominion foi the dales with the Corinthians. To 'in a nutshell, the man- wants everything and just a'li't'tie'blt more, which amounts to a lot. "There may be nothing doing so far as the Vancouver and .District League is concerned. They made the offer to igive everything and take nothing, and there is an outside chance of the tour falling through, so far as the league is concerned. Games in the Big Leagues AMERICAN Philadelphia 043 010 14 1 Chicago OOi 002 14 0 Coombs, Danforth ami Thomas; Young, Hovllk and P.ayne.- Bcston 000' 000 9 2. Cleveland 000 103 11 0 Nagle, Hall and Nunamaker; Krapp, Kaler and Fisher. New York 101 000 7 B Detroit 100 100 13 1 Ford, Qulnn and Sweeney and 'Blair; Donovan' and Stanage. Washington 310 000 St. Louis 002 000 Becker and Street; Powell Stephens. 7 3 7 2 and Western Canada League Games ESKIMOS DOING BETTER MACKIN MANAGING Edmonton, Aug. made .t three straight, against the Angels tonight defeating them five to one in the final game of the series. Pieh and Thelan were the opposing pitchers. Pioh was wild but hcjd Brandon to two hits, largely owing to errorless till the sixth when a single and two three-baggers by Whiaman. Dudley and Vandine netted runs for the Eskimos. Pioh also hit out a three-bag- ger in this inning, but was called out for not touching second base. The Bdmonlon team since reorganized un- der Johnny Mackin has been playing improved ball and for the past two nights have fielded without an error. STANDRID3E OUTPITCHED BY WINNIPEG'TWIRLER Calgary, August out- CUP PAYS HOLDER NEAT STIPEND OFJTS MOST VALUABLE TROPHY IN AUTO WORLD WILL BE CONTESTED AT MON- TREAL llontrcal, Aug. famous Re- ray Grand Brassard trophy, one of the most valuable prizes in the auto world, will be raced for. at Dnlorimer Park, on August 10 and 20, when the speed demons gather to smash re- cords The cup is valued at J2.500, and was designed by Tiffan'y Co., of New York. It also carries with it a salary of a week.'to the winner. Bob Burman, the speed king, who will be the star at the meeting, is at present holder of this valuable prize, and enjoys the seventy-five dollar per week stipend. He captured the tro- phy at the big meeting hejd at Brigh- ton Beach recently, and will defend his ownership here against the big field that will contest tor the honors. The trophy is one of the most .un- ique in racing circles, on account of the fact that it pays a weekly salary to the winner. It has been raced for for two years and each time has been won by a driver of the highest quality. captured it, in the first run- ning at the Indianapolis Speedway, beating a big field. Eddie-Hearnc, driving a Benz was winner, Burman being -disqualified during that period, and unable to compete that time. Bnrman regained possession, or ttie valuable prize at. Brighton Heaclv N. 4th of July, beating De Pal- NATIONAL Chicago 6 1 New York 003 206 3 Reulbach, Richter, .Mclntyre and Archer and Necdham; Mlrq.uo.rd, Crandall and Myers. St. Louis 101 000 7 0 Brooklyn 000 000 8 1 Gcyer Wd Bliss; ftucker and Ber- gen and Cincinnati..... 5 1- Boston 020 100 9 2 Fromme, Smith and Griffin and RarWan. Pittsburg -300.110 000 3 Philadelphia i-HB 19 1 Caniiiitz, Steeie rand Gibson; Alex- ander, Chalmers 'and'. Ma'dden. Newark Toronto EASTERN 000 000 T 102 210 IS Second Newark 620 000 U Toronto 000 000 3 Rochester...... Jersey City 000 000 I Buffalo 003 Providence Montreal Baltimore 010 600 020 182 7 1 030 000 1Z 5 Ualgary, August, y on tlie 4tn o[ beating Lie pitched Standridge and earned his Mulford Harrolin, and victory over the Bronchos yesterday, fiimolls'puots. He will defend the score standing 4 to 2 at tho finish. ownership here, and the contest Two double plays, each occurring d starters, anxious .___ ,i____ _____ cnnllnn lu i_i_ AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis Kansas City Columbus Indianapolis Toledo Louisville St. Paul Milwaukee 220 099 000 010 1 200 002 110 000 4 100 002 9 .001 000 10 110 000 3 000 000 1 Spokane. Vancouver Tacoma Victoria Seattle Portland NORTHWESTERN 6 10 8 12 1 ...5 6. 0 5 11 ...78 2 when three were on bases, spoiled any chance that the locals had .of win- ning the game. Klrkbam's home run gave the visitors the lead in the sec- ond inning. The nronchos succeed- ed in tying the score in the fourth but a neatly worked double steal in the seventh by Glass and Kruger, by which the former scored, gave tho vis- itors a lead which could not be over- come. Score by inning! Winnipeg Calgary ENGLISH ............010000 000 100 001-2 NO GAME Moose Jaw and Saskatoon were prevented from coming through wet weather.' together CORINTHIANS WON Hamilton, Aug. touring Kng- lish Corinthians today defeated a Hamilton team by C to 3. Crompton, In for Hamilton, by phenomen- al work, kept tho score down Your Clothe. Cleaned by a firm guarantee to to the hen work you over done. French or, dry cleanlnf repairing. Thi Lerhbrldj. 327 Round Phortt the honol, of the valuable irize from the champion. TEAM COMING New York, Aug. English Lawn Tennis A.jociation.haa just for; warded the names of players who will come to this country next month for the preliminary matches for tho Dav- is Cup. The players are: Messrs. Dlx- on, Lowe and Beamish.. Ritchie was lahed to go, but was unahle to accept. and Lowe will piny in the sin- gles and Dixon and Beamish In the doubles. The club which wins tho hutch here next month will semi a team to Australia to challenge for the world's championship. CANADIAN Guelph .London St. Thomas Hamilton Uerlin. Urantford 6 6 3 023 Checkers for Boston, Mass., Aug. Hen- derson, of Pittsburg, and Julius Dorlo, of this city, are to play a fifty game checker match for a purse of here Lnbor Dny afternoon. The purse was put up by Joseph J. Lan- nlri, of New York, and S. Crumb, of tho Boston Checker Club. Both men are challengers for the American championship. Vigorous Health 1 food digestion. the digsitive properly converted into briwn un at your druggist's or from ;