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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Philadelphia i Cincinnati Deroarec, Mayer, and Killifer Kenney, Dale and Clark. Brooklyn Chicago Pfefler and Standridgc and McCarty Archer. 33 -1 Pierce, Second game called, rain. Boston 8 St. Louis 2 iti i Rudolph and Gowdy Sallcc, Grin- VI and Snydcr.. York'-Pilt'iburg, postponed, THE LETHBRIDGE T) A 1 L Y H I, D "VACATION' IMIMiESKJONS" PAGE TUMDAT. AUGUST 10, 1915 NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn Now York Chicago KNOCKED Joplin, Mo.. AUK. I'clkey o( Calgary night was knocked out hi the ninlh round by Joe Cox of Jonlln iiy hard blow to (lie slimiach. The men are heavy weights. Boston St. Louis Cincinnati O'BRIEN'S SNIP SURPRISED THE ROW OF SHUCKS'. TOO TALENT FREE-FOR-ALL GOOD RACE FAR AWAV FROM t- liayraond, Saturday afternoon at Victoria Park track, a line rues card was. pulled oi! by the Kaymond Turf Kinsey, a leading sliotlsman, being in charge New tain. ot tlie meeting. Some fast horses 1 were seen on the course and the purs- es were keenly competed for. is iirobably.no town south of AMERICAN heie Cal- Boston Chicago Washington New York Cleveland St. Louis Detroit Washington Dauss and W. 63 113 no 59 47 .18 311 L'. .11 38 III 18 18 50 60 67 that. has as many race horses as Haymond, and the pick of the dis- tncl was seen here Saturday. Probably the greatest surprise program was the "Snip ieat oi n the saddle-horse race. Tills animal was beaten some time ago by Kinsey's Lucille, and the casv manner in; tlie aarli was. a thuhtler-bolt lo Hie sports. i UII-DV The half-mile (rcc-Jor-all was tho ______ of the whole meet. LORD'S DAY ALLIANCE' CASE DIS MISSED AT HULL, QUEBEC Ottawa, Ont., Aug. remaiu- iiii, charges against the Ottawa club, viz., of employing men' to :onduct- Baker and Stallage Meeks prettiest race Kinsey's Lily won by a Dexter. neck over outsider, Bochling, Aycrs and Vluniy. Chicago 8 I Philadelphia I Faber and Scbalk; Nabors Lapp. St. Louis 0 '-2 Wrilman, Kooh and Her and Cady and Thomas. .Cleveland New York 1 .Mitchell and Egan CaHwcll FEDERAL w. Chicago W Newark Kansas City 57 Piltsburg -it St. Louis 5t Buffalo '15 Brooklyn............ Baltimore 35 oi Stirling, carried off the I money in the Green Horse, half milo. j Tlic races follow Green horse, hall i Steed, 1st Hud, Lund, 2nd 55 sees. Two-year-olds, ton, Kinsey, 1st Cora, Lund, time, 2'! sees. Free-for-all, half sey, 1st, l.c Dexter, Meeks, time, 50 sees. Free-for-all, 4-mile Esther L., Hecks, 1st, Silver Tip, Lund, lime, 32 sees. Saddle horse race, Hmle Snip, O'Brien, 1st Jell, Meeks, 2nd time sees. i C. Latterly, starter C. IfcUarty, time Over- 3nd Kin- 3ml .535 .443 .I3B .350 1915 TURF SENSATION PURCHASED FOR 41600 'Chicago Hcndrix anil Fischer i-'inuoran, bp- ham and Heimalch. St. Louis Baltimore Plank and Owens. Buffalo PiUsniii'E Sehulz, Blair and and O'Connor. "Kansas Kewark Chapman Anderson, Bedient and Allen; Dickson, KueUcr Henning. .Johnson and Hrown; Mor- flr. and Rariden. f StconJl _ Kansas JCilr 2f -_ J 1 arid Billiaril, Kais- erling and Rarlden. INTERNATIONAt JrqTidencc Buffalo Montreal Harrishurg Toronto Rochester Richmond Jersey City Richmond, Rochester........ Buffalo............. 53 'IB 13 41 35 Pet. 32 .652 3li .000 44 .S4B .500 51 .452 51 .4-16 51 .432 58 .376 Providence Toronto Montreal AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas City. 5 Cleveland" Minneapolis....... St. Paul............ Milwaukee Columbus Louisville Indianapolis NORTHWESTERN Spokane........... 7 Seattle No ether games scheduled. Hodge, one of the Ifilo turf sensa ions, was purchased for in a selling race when he was a two-year- old, and since then, he has won over ESO.OOO tor his new owner. And now only at the height of his wonderful career, looks good enough d win another Sixty thousand dollars on a that's the story that can he told by W. J. Weber, who owns Hodge. _. The whirlwind thoroughbred bred by 'W. W. Darden- of Nashville, Tenn. He showed fair speed as a two-year-old, hut no one but Weber could see In him then the earmarks of a Urn" king. After Hodge won a selling race, Weber put in a bid for him. Darden topped that bid. Hodge was by Ivan the Hodge, and Dar- den felt that be might show some of the speed of his famous sire. But when Weber boosted bis offer to ?1500 Darden quit Hodge came the property of Weber.. play Sunday baseball, and of ci ing a bull game on the Sabbath, con- trary to the Dominion Lord's Day Act, were dismissed in the Hull Police Court: ..Magistrate Ooyelte, who had thrown out three other cases last ircd that the defence had roved to his satisfaction that they wen; enjoying privileges which had been a custom in Quebec for many ears. He'ruled that the provincial acl, sanctioning' Sunday baseball, was liid; also referring to the fact that no attempt had been made to stop Sunday golf or tennis. In addition, he said, the prosecu- tion had failed to prove that the Ot- tawa club had conducted tile game in question for anything oilier than, a public amusement, with no evidence to show that there had been a finan- cial gain. No appea'is were entered. ued. y baseball will thus be contin- PRINCETON STUDENTS MUST BE SWIMMERS TO GET DIPLOMAS Every student who graduates from Princeton University must he an ac- complished life-saver, is ihe latest edict just gone fortli trom the authori- ties of o'id Nassau. Beginning, with tile class every student who gains .a Sheepskin must be able to pass a test in life-saving that is even more difficult than ihe examination given to professional life-guards at many of the big watering places. For the last four years the student at Princeton-lias Jieen retiuired to swim yOO yards, using two recogniz- W.C. LEAGUER GOES UP Saskatoon, Sask., Aug. fans- who were so strong i'or A! Wal- ters during his two' years' solonra wirh Saskatoon, will learn, with de- light that he has broken into the. big show, having .been solid by Waco to the New York American league team. His work during'the season with. Waco has been nothing short of sen- sational and his advancement has been a certainty for the oast month. ON THE GRAND CIRCUIT Grand Uanids, Mich., Aug. The feature event ot the Grand Circuit harness races this 2.14 ed strokes, but the Idea of turn'.ns out accomplished mid wel'l-trained iifersavers is so radical that the ad ministration of this new requirement will be watched carefully by directors of hygiene and physical education throughout the country. Tils new Princeton test which will have to be passed by the student who wishes a diploma is as follows; 1. Swim 100 yards, using two re cognized strokes, atfer making a plain front dive. 2. Demonstrate three methods of re lease from supposedly sons, including release from back stranfile hold. S. Make surface dive, in not less than seven feet of water and bring up human-subject from bottom of poo in a position ot carry. 4. Demonstrate two methods or car Tying P. drowning person, including j the "cramp" cany. 5. Practical demonstration of Schat- er method of resuscitation and ex- plain tho after treatment of apjiarent- trot for "the Grand Rapids Stake of Railway big stir- rise in the winner, Miss Directed, an outsider. 'Mirthful, a heavily played favorite, uon only one heat, the third. whfle Lettie Lee. also heavily plajcd Holt, c Dann to win, came in for'third money. DON'T MISS THE VULCAN WEDNESDAY, AUG. llth All the JJiders and Ropers of the Con- tinent will he there that da.yi PMERY LEORANOIER. CHAMPION RIDER OF WINNIPEG AND CLEICHEN Speeial Train from LETHBRIDGE 7.30 Fare.. KIPP MS Fare.. NOiLEFORO 8.45 Fare.. BARONS 8.37 Fare.. CARMANGAY Fare.. CHAMPION 2.20 Fire.. Trainl return 1.50y 1.25; 1.00 .70 .40 TH' COMPRESSIO 11 GREAT SPflRK5 FINE. BUT-" HOLD rr'wAv OUT in j IflTHC. 's O'-OO PA'-, GIT A DISH'i. PAN! SWARM OF BEES IS Cartoon by Mover. Y.M.C.A. CAMP .HONOR The commonplace activity of any boys' camp is a mailer of the greatest importance; Cor, after all. it. s not so likely to be tlie "big special the "visitors' or even the .Sunday service that is going: to make the most lasting impressions for good ou the boy as a result of his outing; but. rather, nine times out of uext ten, it will be the effect of tlie goner- Kaake. 12S: Joe 12'2: Jlllton ItirHs. J2l; Paddy Bowman. Ill; Jack Wishart, 105: Donald Mar- shall. 104; Jnhn Jliirre. Frank I Humphries. 101; Dick Rilc-y, US; Brian Hnrne, 9 Norman Hlsln.- botham. 97 (unable to take part in a'il activities I. With the exception -of the jo.urney, which might be improved, the camp was y greut- success. and the boys were all the better for their outing. On leaving camp Mr. Hazard of the Waterton Lakes Hotel expressed his appreciation of ihe conduct of the boys, and would welcome them again 01 caino spirit, the organised activity that is the camp itself in action, that i ivill count largest toward the Individ- jal boy's development. Camp Kooteriaie, (he boys' camp of the local Y.M.O.A.. at Waterton had a carefully worked-out, well-organized plan. of activity, a plan that gave every boy, big, little, strong, weak, quiet or active.'.an eq.ua1! chance to develop as an individual unit. This was accomplished by the' use of a non-competitive honor; system which required a camper to get 70'tier cent, of a possible 200 points to win the camp emblem, a maroon triangle, with a.golden "K" in the centre. The: points were divided in the fol- lowing manner: S for the morning WORLD'S RECORD FOR GIRL Miss McCabe, Tacoma, Throws Bzll 209 Feet 9 Inches RE1KON11E The Day Will Come Time puts over tin? v.-al- lop on all of iheiu, U tliey stick long j enough. Some day yon line in the box score: will this "Batted for Colii; in ninth jiiiiing." iliv.il. Bert is making the boys riding or- dinary machines around town look- like ihey are riding bicycles. Sev- enty-five miles un ho'ur is a funeral pace for ibis new duster. few moro ol warm s'liiHhino, with a total ice uf ruin, und the hum of tho binder will be heard in ,tlie large fields of fall wheat about t'ordston. 'Tlie grain Is rapkllv acquiring ibe de- sired color and conditions In general arc. very satisfactory. Prospects, i however, arc not us good now as they wen; some wepks ago. Thy grain I had grown so high that when the last j.heavy rains and winds came, it was unable to bear up under the giraln, jand, as a result, a certain portion of [the grain lias been laid flat. Tills, ot course, will be the cause of a certain inmoAint oj1 damage and may prevent itbe making of any phenomenal yie'ids. a good harvest is still prac- I ticaliy ceriain, barring the possibility i of hail, which, as yet. has caused no j damage in this dislrict. Some of the j fanners here are considering the ad- ivisablllty of stacking iheir grain as a means of greater protection, instead the customary method of i hauling directly from the stook to the I thresher, which, .some believe, is more expensive than stacking mid does not [give an good quality to the grain. In busy threshing seasons stacking is 1 thought to lie undoubtedly the best method, as in many cases the snow3 of winter arrive long before threeh- ing is completed. i All other crops are in first rate I condition, and everything '.licks bright i for the future. MONARCH j Monarch, AHa.. Aug. dry warm weather of the past week: j or two lias ripened tho crops I considerably. Some individual fields I be ready for the binder about the jlijth, but harvesting of spring-wheafc j will not be general until the 22nd. The average yield is expected to be' i very high. Speaking broadly, the bal- iance of the cultivated land will be suimnerfalluwed, and it is likely also tbat a good deal of fall plowing will be done.- A uotabe feature ibis year has been the absence of. tumble weed. MACLEOD Macleod, Alia.. Aug. last few days of brilliant sunshine have been instrumental in ripening tlie crops to a marked extent, and given a continuance of such weather, har- vesting will be fairly general by latter part of the week or early next- week. The acreage is the largest on re- cord, being at least 25 per cent .in ex- cess of last year, and the yield also promises' to produce another record. John Is John AIcGraw is deaf.' If believe it. here are John's own words Tacoma, Wash., A.ng- new- world's record for a girl throwing a baseball was established here today, to uear this statement, when ftutii McCabe, a senior in the popular .belief that ball play- Lincoln Park High school, hurled use profanity to a large degree is sphere feet S inches. i wrong. Litile is ever said ou u ball The.fcai was in connection with an j field, even ill the stress of a hard amateur baseball exhibition held in that would not be fit for a An immense'yield In the fart fields is expected. It is also general- ly conceded on all aides that thes con-'. diiion of the spring wheat'iV perfect. ,1 flOJl L j _ ,__, ___ _. Athletic yark, the distance being of-1 jljlLl to ficia'ily measured and sworn to. The previous record for a plunge or wash: 10 for faithful fatigue duty; 8 tor selling up exercises: IS for respect for flag: 16 for attend-i ance at Bible study; S tor preparing' tent "for inspection, 5, if member of winning tent; 1G for manners and ap- pearance at meals; mountain climb 10- hike to Oil City 5; hike to Bound ary 5: taking nart in field meet 10: throwing was made by Dorothy Smith of Vassar college, who. ou May -1, 1911. threw a baseball 20-1 feet a in- ches. Good Umpi Henry O'Day Poor Manager has iifeturnod to tbf winning place in field meet 5; making EVERS QUITS, PERHAPS? Chicago, ill., Aug. Evers. as a frost field marshal of the i world's cham- pion Braves, wi'il leave the Boston (am and baseball for good at the end umpiring staff of the Nationa'i league after a vear's absence. He officiated af the do.uble. header .between Brook- lyn and Chicago, last Sunday. O'Day (was always a success as an umpire i but as a manager lie established him- of the series to be played in St. Louis, j McGraw Is After Lamb Billy Lamb, captain of the famed useful camn arti 5; 50-word article i some of his friends, ho claim to last for camp 'paper 25: camp jokes for j speak by authority, announced camp paper 24; composing camp song night. composing camp yell 10; general conduct arid disposition 4. Percy. Irwin and Ilpelof Van Haar- lem tied for first, place, with a score of 164 points; ihe rest of the camp- ers to win the ei imblem were: Ralph Watldington. .162: George Williamson, Uons nine, is In receipt of a Setter from John AlcGraw, manager of the New York Gianls, offering him a position as chief, In his According to these friends of Evers, j letter -Jlr. JlcGraw slates, tbat after the player is "tired of .being a butt j relliling account of Bill's late of a lot of unwarranted with vjt s Go gel ems he 'e cided that Bill The heads are of .exceptional and well filled, and estimates of 15 bushels are general. __ The oat crop, which is large In some'" parts of the district, is also some of the yields being estimated at from SO to.100 bushels. SOW- ISLAND How Island, AHa.. Aug. first field of spring wheat to be in Ibis district was started on this- morning when W. R. Depew started to cut Ibe 120 acres which he sown-unon the properties' of IVlrs. P. j floss and Jlr. Fred Hllmo. It is es timated that the from this field Null be letween anl 40 bashel to the acre Ibis field is located foul mi'ies nortli-of'town. -The weatlier for, the past week has been perfect and the grain is ripening ier> fast It is thounht that cutting will be general bj th' last of tne week. A good many farmers have al- ready cut their rye. Harvest help will soon be needed in this dislrict. and will go to Colorado or California to recuperate. Evers Ivas not been in top physical condition since he suf- a slight attack of pneumonia 14'l- George Kemm. .145; Layton time ago, and bis friends say win' 114 The standing rest jlhat he has suffered pain in the lei; were as follows- Terence Home, 134; which was broken some monlhs ago. ly drownedv SCORES SATURDAY Following are the scores of the cric- ket game between iLethhridse aeJ Maeleod at Macleod last Saturday: Philips, Lethbridge Heap Webb, b Maclean........ Basion, c Ferguson, b Heap Lee, b Heap. Jackson c and b Heap Henderson, W., by Newton ..16 Blackburn, not out......... 0 Henderson, F., b Newton.. S Byes.................... Machod A. H. Allen, run out 1 Stevens, c Blackburn, b Holt 12 Dann. c .lackson, b Phillips... 11 Ferguson, run out S Hancock, run Newton, st and b Webb 0 Radciiffe. c b. Phillips 3 Winter, run out................ S Maclean, c Henderson, b Jackson.. 43 Mford, c Leo, b Webb........14 Heap, not out............... Byes, 20; leg byes, 5 25 Total........... .....205 Bowling fjeap...... 4 wickets for Stj runs .Maclean 1 wicket 21 runs Djnn........Iwjcket. fprluruns Newton 2.wickelHfor 3'runs LETHBRIDOE AT TABER Kiiox Baseball team '.of this city li'lay a return game with the Ta: bar Crescents at Taher tomorrow ev- ening. Taber went down to defeat ot-thn hands of ..the Kiiox -boys last Wednesday, and liic game tomorrow hotly contested IN CANADA" Price Announcement .Effective August 2nd TOURING CAR RUNABOl'T CAR S53Q S480 Fully equipped except Speedometer. F.O.IJ. Fonl, Ontario. THK FORD GARAGE Virtue 1J3J 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 633. was just the man he GRASSY LAKE needed to inbtinu. DoMe md.MelUei Lake, Alia.. Ihe in ol slidmn home in a pinch i testing of the biggest and best crop n the hloion of this district n ill pro They All Gst Caught Honus Wanner recently "fell" for one of the oldest tricks in baseball. It happened during one of the Pirate- Giant games, and Honns was so mort- ified that bis teammates say he skip- ped the evening meal. Houus-was on iirst by virtue of a single. Viox was lit bat. Hoiius was intent .upon stealing, and didn't walch home plate closely. With ithe cracl of the bat he stilted for seSonii Just then I.obert, the'Giar.t lliirrt- sacker. raced towards short is tliongn he were going to piooo uy the hull Shortstop" Fletcher, taking the cue, hustled to second md begin vcihni, to I obprt to shoot :iably start not later than Thursday of this week. .Many fields of wheat and oats are nearly ripe, and binders wii'i be at work at the earliest pbssi ble moment tor tne nan eating of the crop will be a big task. Yields -will be exceptionally heaM judging the thick stand, and long, plump heads. .Men who want -work in the haiiest fields cannot get here too soon is cutting wi'l commence at kasi -i wepl eai iei thin was antici pared II) eignt or ten days the bind CIS lull be in of the distiKt CA3MANGAY. Carmaugav Alia V.ug far heaid of no harvesting hav LO i oufrt LO anuuv f (we tme beaiu oi no nanebLmg Wagner figured that a grounded ball ]ng talien thii district ex luil been bit, am) the Giants would ctpt tew farmers rutting some try for a lie put on wnlcn rannot come under full speed iliead mil shot into sec ot hineating Ihe eiop to ond ouh no I ln this district this "veai ex discovoi tint hit a po i 1 i noiated patches hvhere whic'i Hist Iliemill Brunerd ]mc lldll )lal nhere, the caught mil whu.li 1'niim.rd converted lns ]one some dajuagp This inimcdmtelv into i ilonbli. bv the iriade on cer touching tanl s] Ots Ihe lield is it I is lound to pul il hack a little blL The weather we have had during the past (el has> been most r fa-tort ind just KhatL Is needed to tie crop along If it loep-, lin like this we wnl change oui estimate of hanesting from the end of the month to about the Join The Allies at tho Dardanelles se.enl tt'ihave shown the Turks the location of the "scoot" In Scutai THE COAST V inning the TENNIS AT mens douoles in str-ight seti Uessis bthnenne. and MirSiiam establish ed themselves ab one of Abe duo of i icquet that Plated Ihiough the I Tennis cluh handicaps. Fnulkes and Keefer could not hold them yesterday in Ihe finals, despite the handicap which they were lAlolod, the expe.ri- enoe and tennis abilil> of bflinCii gers and AiacSwain tlio champions to win in two sets l-l I 1 Gueinet won tne claiB H men s sin 'gles fiom Humphrc ind (oriiti. ind he will mut MaoSw liTi the winnor of class A for the Chnlloner iind Mit- At the present time we estimate that theie should be a little bit of crop >rlreadv to tut about the 20th but the n pertentrge will bo smjll, do not think iitling wiU he general lin 111 the 'oth or end ot the month We soen no fieldti gne inv promise to be readt lo cut for at leasl a week ol ten dura and we have been over considerable ot oil) district irr-the last tew Summci fallowing has not been cup In and M icSwam Me tona possesses, probabU the srnru..1 1 tpnnls team in Canada well done this ycai as we would IlfeWj to h-ue seen it owing to the short, ate of feed which has kepi the larm- ers hack from doing the necessary amount of not Sh'H, them enough nower to go in dees In turnlos. over X i. ;