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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MOWPAY. AUGUST 10, LETHHKIDGE DAILY HERAL0 PAGE THREE WILL MEET U.S. ncup Boston, Aug 8 Having gained the right to meet ntxtueek la the challenge lound for -the it> .the 'Australian team -defaulted the tuo singles matches were to been placed with the team Itom the British 'sles todaj Ihis left tha final scores between the coun tfries 3 to 2 in of the Antipo deans defaults were those of Norm an E Brookes to V P Lowe and A B Wldina; to J. C Puke I he other (two menibers'of-thb Australian team, S N Doust and A W Dunlop, phj ed exhibition Barnes with Lone and Parke for thfe benefit of the crowd, but the day uas far too MiHrj for fast tenms Lowe v on the first set of his match with Doust, and had dropped the second, when inth -the gumes 7 all in the third set the j Australian threw down his lacket' and declareo that he had enough Then Parkc and Dunlop took the Court, but neither felt like tennis, Parkc winning about as ht pleased, 7-5, Lnder the conditions the CU" substitutions mav te made if a plaver is incapacitated through ill MBS, accident or other unavoidable cauTS Captain Brookes gave-sone j of these reasons for lithdra-vung him self and Gilding did so, so both were defeaultrd hv Referee Presdiet wi the approval however, c-f Brookes NATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES Qt louif, 3, New lork 2, Cliicapo 1, Uronklvn i; Cincinnati' 3; Boston 4 PHtsburg '1, Philadelphia 3. No games Sunday. AMERICAN butnrm d Philadelphia Cleveland 1 Koston i DnU )it J Washlngtrn 3, Chicajro-4.' tt ashin0ton 6, Chicago 1 (Second game) IMU 2 Si GUIS 1 si sim s 1, Chicago 2 H Loui 2 0 Bostun 8, Dttroit (i Philadelphia 10, Cleveland 5. COOMBS ATTEMPTS TO COME BACK FEDERAL GAMI S Ijrookhn J, thicaso 2 Hrooklm 1 Chicago (2nd UalUniore 1 Indi mapulis I Baltnnore Indunanohb 0 ('sc'1 ond- Piitsburg 2 fot Louis C Buflilo 2, Kansas titv S SUNDAY GAMES Buffalo J Kansas tiU 9 -Piitsburg S, St. Louis 2. Indianapolis i, -Baltimore_3; INTERNATIONAL CUP DEFENDERS WORK OUT American Tennla Practises on New York Courts New York N Aus 8 de- of the Davis international challenge cup tuned up their strokes todas on lUe turf ot the West Side (Tennis club at Forest Hills, i heia in the challenge round starts on lUurice E McLoughlin the R Norrls Williams II Thomas C plajed "dngles McLoughlin split sets at and stopped In the thud set with Williams leading at on games WHERE IS SHAMROCK IV. AND HER CONVOY "New .York, N.Y., Aug. yach Shamrock. IV., Sir Thomas Lipton's Challenger for tho Americas cup ani her steam yacht Erin have not been heard' from since thei ieft Fayal.on July 29, and'rnembers o the -New..York Yncht club expressed the'oplhion that'Colohel Dnnqan Neill, in.'charge of the expedition, headed'for ,either Halifax-. -Ber- New York. If New York is the port of destination both jacht Should reach SandyrHook some time today or. tomorrow; 'judging tlm time from Palmouth to the Azores, and the. time .of the former Shamrocks across the Atlantic. No official word has been received .Irom Sir Thomas asking that tlie race be declared off. Montnal 3, H iltnnore 6 fi, Baltimore 8 (Second game) Buffalo 2, Proudence 3 Buffalo 1, 1 loudence 7 (2nd game) Rochester 1, n'enark d Rochester b, Isovtark 4 (2nd game) Torcnto Jtrsej Citv 3 GAMES ivcwark 10, Rochester 3 l, Rochester 7 (2nd iratne) Providence 5, Buffalo 4. Jers i CiU 2 loronto 5 Baltimore 8 Montteai 1 Baltimore 5, -Montreal d. (Second Cardston, Aug. masses ot iniokc which have been passing over this town for the past day or so not all conie from the timber lauds to the west; where a is reported blazing. A good portion of the dense smoke, which almost obscured -the sun atj limes, came from a prairie fire which bas bcj-n progress ing on the Blood1 lie-er.e eight in lies- to the north-: west nf Cardston near Hull Horn' Coulee. Miv.ihted f'uiirc, in company- with a few Indians and a squad from! Loavlli, extinguished the dangerous llanics after several hours of the most severe fighting, "THESOCIAL GHOST A Two-Reel Drama Wherein a '.'Dead Love" is Restored to Life Two Children and a Dog ihe great pitcher of the Philadelphia vtliletics na- stricken with typhoid fever last >ear and put hois de c-ombat is making an attempt to 1 "la% bc seen the Athletics m a leapie m r Kamo again before the u, over He made his flat apnearance In the box srace being ad m> last at Grand Rsplds He pitched lu innings and nas hit safely eight times The Athletics won 7 to AM. ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES Minneapolis 20, Milwaukee 5, Cleveland 0, Louisville 4. Indianapolis 5, Columbus 4. Kansas Citl 1 St Paul 1 SUNDAY OVMLS Clueland 3 Louisulle t 'Colunibus 2, Indianapolis 0. Y. M. C. A. Will Have a Big Camp at Waterton Lakes TRAVERS Travers, Alia., Aug. Farm- ers' Co-operative elevator here open- ed on Wednesday and is in charge of! 3Ir. Murst, 'of Kellaw. Grain has! bcfii coming in from a radius of a'fcoul 15 miles, which indicates that harvest is 'well under way. The new section house here is un- der construction, fl'he station will be the ncx-t building to be erected. C. 0. Patrfrk lost a horse last Ths animal Iccame over-heatcd! on the road while being driven by nci.hbor. While returning from the spring near here, Jack Starnard tramp led under the feet of the team he was driving. One of the horses step pcd en Stirnard's chest-. The doctor from Bow City attended him. Work WHS commenced oh the Ogil- vie elevator here this wccki The AI- fcerta Pacific will be. the next to build. Building activity is'in full swing h'cref Work on Monday on the McGregor hardware store, and Mr. Charter has removed liis hall from RoEcrrifad. Amhy's youngest son was Mc'icd by a horse this week-'and was unconscious for several hours. TONIGHT All the Latest WAR NEWS TONIGHT NOVELTY PICTURE "A Mighty Atom" Oneyou'll Like Have you smelled wood smoke twilight' at o 1 nclls arc now in operation and the bojs mil be gilen a sample of Have you heard the birch log burn thc ciiide oil as ll is" out M ths tig engines Tins trip mil Are to read thc roiscs ot tike two dais and pack horses mil the night' le en aged to cam the bedd ng anti lou must follow uith the others cookjn, outfit Foi the oun., men b met ire turning St. 1'aul 2, Kansas Citv Mmncipolib 3, Milwaukee YACHTS MAY RACE IN OCTOBER 6ir Thomas Lipton Would Have Date of Cup Race Postponed Bristol, .Aug. are fcaid to be under 'way between the Hoy- e1 Uletei club acting in behalf of Sir-Thomas Linto'n, and the New Tork Yacht club, to have the. Ameri- ca's cup-race 'Postponed, iinfil some time late in. October. Robert W. Em of.thc cup defence can tiidate in communicatioi :Qeorue S. McCormick, secreUii'j of tile New York Yacht club, in- resan to .the matter. no ofncial statement nas g len out; it was understood that the New Yacht club had received a cable message Royal Ulster'club ind'wai. trying to-get In cohimunica the cup.cmi' and Vanitlc. CANADIAN Pelerboro 2, Otlaw i 1" Pet itoro 1, O'tiw i 2 ('nd game-) St Thomas London i I lie C, loicnto 3 Draiitford 6, Hamilton 0, WESTERN CANADA AN 1 N BREAK Aloose Jan and Quakers made an even- break-.Satur- day. Beer was too'.many for I'eet in a pitchers' duel, while incisions made up (or tho QuaK er's extra 'hitting in Rus- sell went off control'in the. seventh. Saskatocn Moose and Walters Saskatoon Moose Jaw Russell and Spencer Wallv To the. camps of proved desire and delight Some one has said V in the process uf growing, .needs the out- doors. He needs rconi and range. He needs the tonic of the hills, the woods and the.streams. He needs to walk under the great sky and com- mune wifh the stars. He needs to place himself often where nature can speak to him He ought to get close to tho soil He ought to be toughen- ed -by sun and wind, rain and cold. Nothing can take the place for the boy of stout, physique, robust health, good blood, firm sound these are the conditions of character and efficiency. The ear- ly fceens 111. the most important years for th? boy physically 1 NTH I OCATION OP 'i CAMP For four years the local Y.M.C.A has endeavored to answer this- ones tic-n a summer camp. For three summers the mcr Camp has been hc4d jn the Grows Nest IVss at the junction, ol the Old Man Rl i ind Crows1 Nt i. Lake I This year thy camp-site lias been I Ui 4.0 tl c it-rton Lakes GOOD BOATING'-. AND--- FISHINC! 1 11TOV I UvFS The new location it Kurfcss and La'-'es promi-cs to to in 1 2 1 H f I'eet and 5 11 1 7 9 1 A third trip which is looked upon a great deal of interest is thc ascent of Sheep 'Mountain under 'he leadership of Mr' R H Robert- son, flic ihe guide of the (Glacier) National Park. Mr TtohertsMi con- ducttd i of the of this mo--ta a this sum mer and knows every inch of the frail, so the safety of the boys is insured. On thc mornings'of. tlio (lays whtn til re ate no hikes, baseball games lull Le planned the camp dut ies have been at ,11 I'clock swimming instruction for in a practical providing Didn't Take In Redland Tex Erwin, who was secured Reds from Brooklyn, has been return- ed Superbas. T.ex did evidently not make.a very deep impression on the fans In Cincinnati. Yellow Invasion That baseball is becoming a. popu- lar pastime in tbo far east is proven by (he Appearance of both Chinese and Japanese this country. American baseball enthusiasts f will have a chance to compare the respect- ive abilities of'the players froii the Oriental countries. I Calgarj-, no games, rain. HATT.EHS SECOND AGAIN Mrlicim. Hit, I be Hat jnmpol into second phcc. again' iv taking a.double-header from the ted Ili'd hitting charartenzed! both games. Numerous errors in the thm Icarnimr tht swimmus mil be under the supervision of a corps of leaders tnmed in life saung A HulWif Baseball league mil be r0mued the games be ng plajed af Instruction mil he m track athletics, and at the .'close .of the camp an athletic meet .w ll be held. the s-upemsion of games and play tl e caie nl itching of of mm; the the swim camp, the constant leadership of the older boys and men, and-.the.routine daily rro ram ail contribute to the guar antce of security MUOR CAMP TO Ilir HbfaOUE ell nts for tnnsportalicr cf campers and supplies "have lean made ttaterton with Major Shiiltye of P nchcr Creek meet thc train with rigs CANADIAN OARSMEN WIN Philadelphia, Aug. and Western oarsmen, won seven or the eight' opening flay events of thc an- nual regatta of the National Associ- ation of Amateur Oarsmen today on the Schuylkill river. Thc westerners won Svqi-events; while the only east- ern crew to race was the seti- iior pair of the Vesper Boat club of this city. Ths .Boat club was conspic- uous among the winners, taking three of the .four events in which its oars- men started, The Grand Rapids Boat and Canoe club won the junior eight-oared event. W. A. Nccr, of the Detroit B. C., won the intermediate single sculls and qualified for the senior quarter mils dash by finishing second io Ev- crard B- Butler, of the Toronto B. C., in his heat in that event. Kohert Dibble, of the Don C., Toronto, won the other heat with R. M. ___rsp, Xew York, second. These four will compete in thc final heat morrow. Argonaut. R. C. No.. 2 of Toronto, finished second in ihe senior interna- tional four-oared shells. Duluth won Ihe race. KEYSTONE COMEDY That will make you scream with laughter TONIGHT TONIGHT EMPRESS "WHERE YOU ARE ALWAYS COMFORTABLE" THE Riders of Petersham Vitagraph Masterpiece in Three GRIPPING AND EXCITING Three Good Comedies Miss Gene Lewis Contralto, will sing "Soldiers of the King" t NATIONAL New York Chicago St. .Louis............ Boston............... I'hihrirlphia Cincinnati Brooklyn Pittsburg 50 53 51 50 46 47 42 43 m nt in 1 ojtm and fishing fat. litics i Ons and autos me Moun-tjin mil like troul and salmon OVOiland tliirti oizM miles to lie pie tit'1 toi w th camping gro ids Mr Imd of ,n Im, ,n ,1 ,11 should, ponular liveinn.n at ma e a food citcl, lion Injts. and a showed 1 is interest ,n the Lethl jasilm- hunch will ta! r plaic ot tois hv maknm the transnon crtle rai's winch ncrc th onh rate so low tint the trip Viatcr it jiiit le it the nthm cst 1 ike l3itrtiflT too Ion I airs is an nnpioumcnt th atr haic ten held at Crons Nest om his K-nerosih Major Shultzc jum iMJinucous errors m the 4, t Major fcmiitze ha fttsl kept Mohaitand m deep1 "1 ,1 I "0" thc tarls ol youngster water, hut thc secniid "ill n cct thc approval .cf the in. Lethhridcc. water, hut thc second ball. Retina Medicine Hat Berger and Harris Earth. Hc.jina Medicine Hit McCorry and Harris Birth was classy 3 12 11 13 Jloharl '4 Hucklcs yot'nestrrs 1111 C Bi Si i The c mp tins prqiin rs tr Lc ,_d n implement all others here j t I ic h Id tie local i M C lie reu 1( ration is ideil in HCIJ respect "-OMT IMI lil STINCi I RIPS VNNLD i LOOK HERE FOQTBALL' NOTICE The North Lethbridgo United are requested to meet tonight nt tlielr training at S p.iiu Tho Y. M. C. MCA A. NOTICE track and flald etes are requested to meet tonight at o'clock. NOTICE TO CALLIES All Cn1lle players are- requested to urn up-nt the Y.5I.C.A. tonight-for raining, at 8 the in ClMPlfJb LI -UP OIi MGIjSI JS Ihe usual Limp slumber pirtj wil le htH m tiio -i MO A en the nif.hl ol August 17 V epecnl iar will he granted hj the C. P. R. to carry thc supplies. SI MORS Th-ic mil hr accommodations foi nt en seniors m camp The cost per ninibei of nil dij hikes been fl nrcd iloni; the paik is which includes 'all Ihioutii the mountains trip will ovptns's Ml srniors will be reiucst bc made to the United Stat-s'hound cd to enter into the spirit of the arj line ind d nncr will he eaten m camp which is pnmnnh torbojs A the i inn i.f Luck Sam trip I special lent will bc pioudrd for wn of inteiLSl is that to Oil where lor accolnniodation Indian Battery for Glanti Jto put an Indian balterj In the fic'd The New York GlalitB purchas ed an Indian pitcher. He Ik Jim Blue- lacket, who has been twirling for the raioomington team in the Three I lea- gue. Bluejacket Is a Cherokee, and hus.a as a slab artist, winning twelve straight games for Bloomlngtoh'thls season.'If Bluejack Chief Myer's .Mc'Graw's catcher, also being a redskin. Beicher, Pieki Up Bob Bescher has picked' up in his ct makes goad tho Giants will'bo able I the Beaton work for tlie Giants. did splendid ly on the western trip. He IB showing more speed than in any time during __________ AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston................ Washington.......... Dslroit................. Chiciiep New York Cleveland .589 .530 .529 .521 .474 .470 .417 .438 Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer .Resort, .with 18 miles of Navigable Water for Launches and Row Boats Good Trout ,o. Rates and Fishing per day Additional accommodation at thc new Lake Hotel Stage leaves King Edu ard Hotel at Pin- chcr Creek every morning for the Lakes. FEDERAL Chicajo Baltimore Brooklyn Indianapolis Buffalo Fittsblirg Kansas City St. Louis 40 .447 AL A BIT OF FUN FROM "KITTY MacKAY" One of the many funny scenes in the clever comedy "Kitty which is to be seen here at the Majestic on Monday, August 17, is the scene where Kitty and sloTV-thihking Mag start to straighten out some my- steries concerning the Bible. "It's no fair making Ohristiaritiy like walking: a says.Afag; "one toople and over you go." urges Kitty JfacKay, "and tlie other! road so pleasant. -Why ___ wouldn't it be a good idea for you and 563jme to re-write the weak parts." take time, but I'd do would take are a lot of things that need explaining. NEW BAROER SHOP SPECIAL J SCALP TREATMENT SHAMPOOING AND MASSAGING Tripp and Spenec 110 5TH ST. S. NORTHWESTERN" Vancouver Seattle Spckano Victoria Taconia Ballard Vf. 71 70 C7 50 50 44 L. 47 JO 47 67 70 ASSOCIATION 07 G? jOtiisville li'iwaukce Heveland all lidianapolis J Cansas Cllj S linneapolls 53 t. I'aul.. 41 P.C .B02 oS 42 .41- .379 P.C .578 .554 .518' >08 .ICn ,S60 orlland enlcc an Francisco Anfieles acramento Oikiand G1 60 f1) C6 61 48 W L. P C 51 61 tl .530 .4811 -34 first thing to be ousted would he .that Jonah tale, 1 never could swailoiy that flEh'story. I. We won't change the Lnglhli version though the Fngll h would believe The nex. thing to .go would be those brazen begats. The floods are a bi overdone, don't you think' a Wee bit; hut it's l. ticklish matter to tinker with tho fiood. about, the Garden bf Eden tale? Will you tamper with that' we must leave some thing or the book'll never set read. Listen, Mag, Adam and Evo had i'wo sons, didn't Cain and Abel j, no las ies no lassies. who did the Adams boys marry, and keep on populating he world' Will you Ml me (hat t look at had noth ing to do with their goina on. lassie did. Some lassie lad to make the restof the Bible >pin out. it -nas some huzzy neighbor Mag! Didil't you know there was; no' one born but the' Ad- right; I'd forgotten. we had- better start a scandal at this late date. one Of the laddies mar- ried a monkey in the ark. You know, some say we come o' monkeys thought of that, and it would solve the problem, if there were no Scots to be considered. right. The race would have been English in that case." wish it could be proved. it to me. I'm work- ing on that now. And so the piece ripples ing one laugh after another, Seats may now be reserved. 'Phono 646. Paris, Aug. troops enter- ed Alsace and captured the village of Altkirch, near the Swiss frontier, sev- enteen miles WCSL of Basie "RIDERS OF PETERSHAM" Masterpiece AT THE EMPRESS TONIGHT ;