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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUP lETHBRUMSf PAUT B1BAI.D 1 i, SATURDAY, AUGUST SCENE OF AMIS OF ALL VISITORS TO EXPOSITION WILL P3 ABLE TO SEE THEIR FAVORITE SPORTS (By Hugh S Fullerton) Sta will be te Mecca of the swrtuu, ivorld next tioill! e.Ery atttletic ear Prac e-eit of im i do- A young Japanese compositor, employed on a Jaoanaso paper In New York, 'was riding down town in a City Hal! train He was engrossed-In his-morning pa- and paid little attention to tha other -passengers. fresh young man, who sat neit to him, and TV ho uad been eyeing him aH along, suddenly asked: "What sort .of a 'nete' are you, anywaj, a Chinese or a Japanese'" The Httls Jap was not caught napping Quick as a wink he re- plied What sort of a 'kej1 are you, a inonkes, a donkey, or a ING AT 1 LAKE HE Neit Wednesday afternoon and ev- ening has Seen chosen bj the esecu- tive of the Lethbridie Aquatic rtub as the da} the big event o! the year will be staged at Henderson Lake Particulars are aot jrfct able, tut thore.wiW be some real en- tertainment Meisrs. J B WUMe, W McDonnell, and R C Ridpath have been appointed on the committee to see that things ate made to hum, and ihis guarantees that some spray will Ifij, tne stage is all sst. TVcdnes- idaj is half holiday, and there is no treason whj everyone should not take this in who is not busy. r s vou'll His complete up to Aug ,H, ovcilns champ.cn hips, July 2, 3 M around champ.onshlps. August Athlet.0 union track ?nd Peld championships, Aug r JnoTte staving to imatsur Athletic union American and the tracx and Held champ onships, Aug Nai'.nal leagues to have tire World's 7 CMnu-onship wwe'-all panes p'ared Ten mile run August 12 rtanroso BB a cumai The -it uu.! rIcy racra- champion coraraiWe3 has offered big inducements shl-s, and icliores the winning teams wllli trarel to tie coast to settle tte ar- j NATIONAL Boston 7, New York- 3. Philadelphia 8, Brooklyn 1. Cincinnati 7, Fittsburg S AMERICAN York 7, Boston 6. Washington 2, Philadelphia 1. Detroit S, Cleveland 4 Chicago 6, St Loms 4. FEDERAL Baltimore 5, Kansas City 6 Brooklyn 5, St Louis d Pittsliurg 5, Chicago 3 INTERNATIONAL Montreal 3, Providence 6. AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas Cits B, Minneapolis 10. Milwaukee St Paul 4 Louisville 5, Columbus' 13. Cleveland 2, Indianapolis 5. CANADIAN .Erie 6, St. Thomas I. London 3, i 8 Petcrboro 5, Toronto 4. (First u 8 and 10 So fn mile nali, var, August Panama-Pacific int arc being made mtercol'esnte liul for the amateur August 13 and 14 chWicnship o. America. August 17 and 18 there If nn do not believe sporr -vvill he li" h trere here is the list of 40 Hits catdod Bisiet ball championships of A'n.tej: Al'iletic Union of tee Unit cd Mi'ss, February '22 G i n stic and "7 diampioi out the be-t European and Aniericsn nvrcna-ta f c Assnclition wfsthng chsm- ft'c Of, March 29 Pacific coast interscholasf c track on1 re'd championships, April 9 and 118 to 23. 10 western wrestling champion- The Uherta Gun club purpose hold- ing a toi.rnfttGant shoot here on Aug ust 26 The game) bsen arranged Cirj championship, 60 Peterbolo 2, Toronto 1 Oecond bird lace, high gun, open to gam8) members of 1914, entrance free Al Hamilton 6, Brantford 1, Prid" CUD, 50 bird rnational expo- race, winne1-, high gau ojien to all championships, resident in Algeria ind Bri Oolainbia, entrance, 5250 Mcdern pentathlon, August 14 to '28 The pentathlon September 6 Pacific association track and field 1 championships, September 9 t -.ted soccer iootLall, Ssp- temler 13 and 18 GAMES AT PANAMA AS ELIMINATION OLYMPIC TRIALS J. G. WESTERN APIECE _ Edmonton, a seven run the Eskimos had made off Harrah and Feet DEFEAT OF IL 8. piled up eleven runb in tie fifth, eventually winning In 13 to 10 Edmonton came back in the even winning lundil) Williams with- a 1 omer and triple, srored hve of Bd- Australians Win Out in the Doubles of Davis Cup Competition Fotest Hills, Long Aug. 14 a doubles matoh that ran the gamut from sensational to mediocre tennis, Norman E Brookes ami An- thony F Wilding debated Maurice B. JIoLoughlin and Thomas C Bun- dy m straight sets, 8-3, 9-7, here "this putting the Auttfu- lasian team m the lead for the tro- phv.'two matches to one The final contests for the trophy will be play- ed tomorrow, ana to retain posses- sion of the silver bowl and Uhe world's championship Mclaughlin must defeat Wilding and B Morris Williams deteat Brookes in the sin- ghs, a feat whch tennis eiperts pre- dict most unhkcl} The Australasian victory was well- earned and without the team work of the Antipodeans being that of master racquet wieliiers who thor cagily understood each other's pray and tactics both at, net and In deep court The older and more experienced pair 4lways had something on their young- er opponents in their-cr.tieal points Recounting that Bundv was tie weaker" of the American pair, Ithe challenters directed tlresr hardest at "him, although he handled the rain ot shots m a manner be- tne of the tennis association officials The Americans tried every style of out a'ail In the general handling of the toll ithe visitors did bv far the cleanest work They netted fewer returns and of the lush sports and pastimes, Septem-' Merrick, present of tie Canadian montoa s six runs Lnion March 26 ber 20 snd 22 Olympic comifJttee, who has just r- MIooso Jaw e diampionshiDs are' The aiarpthcn, September 25 turned from Europe, stated that it is I Edmonton 16 11 IntemUiondl exposition lacrosse Itcgether Ukely that the games to b- Aadrsda, Harrah, PKt and Wally thim? October 4 to 9 I held it San Francisco next year Hewitt, Crum and Lemieux i Pacifls coast soccer foc-ttall cham-jba usea as an objecihe for elimination 3Iocss Jaw sin s, October 11 to 18 trials in the dilferput branches of Rnnionton Cjhloraia championships, October Bport In Canada as a teht of Canadian Jar ur Athletic Llnion wrestling catch as catch can ;ENSLISH CRICKET Txmdon, Aug at Eir mlngharr Kent defeated Warwick- y. r rtcstErn boimg championships! ,sijlre by nine" wiciets On the first .rnl li to 15 !innings the counties were tied vatb. 111 runs each, but" w-ir nck- ehires second mpmga only netted 7S, 11 to la i'd'Miic association boxing cham- ipnl 32 to Pun-ira Pic.fic international etpp- sit on boding champion-ships, Mav 5 und 8 Paunc co--st college track and field ch-imPion-hips, Vav 7 and 8 Pannna-Pac fc international expo- sition icncinj clampionships, March 21 Pacific coast tennis championships, 'June 14 to 13 athletic material The following year a team of between 45 and 60 men will lie selected to represent the Do- minion in the So far, nine clubs have entered C. 4 3 683 Lemieui. Calgary, Aug innings batting rallv off Mohalts' dolnery, Butkks being m too late, gave the Broncks. victory'1 over iHat- C in the selection of men'iTrark and The visitors made four m their field athlei'cs, rowing swimming, j jgjf Of ine ei.tith, and the game cvcltng, boxing, wrestling arm ing yje jjop pickers succeeded in tnI1Ulg 1nuj IOBB of ths first ilttat. for tho winners, MB top Kmn 4T Somerset "it was calittl the end of tl.at nmg 5 5 gblre WKkel3 at Ta mton, the UNIOUE INCIDENT ON BOWLING -GREEN atter, .after malting 31i in the ihhihss and; beiug only runs lie hind, their second Uiotat tie wicket nMa> 'jut 14S two Ottawa, Ont; Avg. a moment in the Farrow Beaudry association match of tha_eaatern lawn bowling tourney, an incident occurred which was remarkable in more than one Medicine Hat Calgary 6 11 2 white jncK'3 evioeu-.'.y i Thrown over tiy.one of tile boys. He It back cnto The white jack described an arc in the air Mohart's, Buckles and Bliss Bap- tists and Bcder REGINA SHUT ..OUT Saskatoon, Aug. 14.-fTire' Quakers tightened the pennant, when shut out'- the Red Sox, Lora-rz the batting hrfnors with three safeties. Sis'atoon 3 91 R-glna 052 Bser and Kennedy, Mc- Quarrlc and Roth. NATIONAL New York Boston landed r.gM In tie certre of a Oh.cago cluster of bowls, missing tbeni com- j St. txmii pletely and tadckiiig the regular jack fitting, The continued without moving It stopped dead ill the groove made by the first one and neither skip questioned its posi- 1 lion. The original jack was thus forced out of place, HEROIC ABOUT HIM For your clothes to be French Dry Cleaned by the-Cro-wn Cleaning Works. Delicate Waists and Summer Silks require most careful treatment, but you are sure of results at THE irown Gleining MB 413 5th Street South Phone 474 J, Harper, Manager We are always prepared to handle rush ord- ers but its wiser to send your garments as far ahead as possible She was very and when she saw the scars on face she i jumped at conclusions, "I think I have discovered your se- she softly said. "You are a Heidelberg duelist and likewise a Ger- man baron." "1 am'not a he said, "and I never heard of Heidelberg. I'm only the fellow the students practice on at the barber's Plain Dealer. college." Cleveland Equivocal PI want to Invest in a business which needs brains. What would you "Well, if you are going to invest your brains, I'd suggest some kind of a vacuum Am- erican. Philadelphia Cincinnati Pittsbnrg Brooklyn. .154 :S5 4S '47 H4G -45 I 43 4C. 49 52 5o -54 PC .680 .535 .624 .614 .4T5 .461 45" .465 A HEALTH MESSAGE TO THE WORLD The Discovery of "Fruit-a-tivw" Brought Health and Happiness to People all over the FRUIT JUICElURES MANY SERIOUS DISEASES the Only Medicine Made from Fruit It Pleasant to Take and Act! Gently on the Whole System, i F This solid material consists of about 8 parts sugary and'oue part of au intensely bitter substance, which is the ro-dJelaal or curative principle of fruit. Is prder .JQ get the full benefit of fruit in the ordinary way, one would have to eat huge quantities of fresh fruit. By the discovered process of mating the bitter material in fruit juice is; made to grow or increase and thus a stronger fruit juice is created. Then, this stronger fruit extract ia mixed with valuable tonics .and antiseptics and made into tablets, Thus, we have concentrated and intensified juices, and the practical use of Fruit as a medicine brought within reach of ill. Ukc fruit lain, "Frnit-a-tttes" uu on the great blood purifying of the lirar, bowcll, fit thue puts it the moil powerful lirar ianralant in bowels destroyed. will rare Indigertion or Wnk Digestion, XtapcpiU, Kidney Disease, Biliomneu liver. Rhipunatism and Fains, Sc.it.ca, lumbago, Neuralgia, Heidacne. and all of Blood tbat i'Fnut-a-tives" the only medicine in the world that rnade'of frnlt There il nothing else ai food, btcauM ttere ia no ether preparation anything like "Fnut-a It you cannot git right in your neighborhood, we will send you a supply postpaid, on receipt of price Me. a box, 8 for 60, trial she, 25c. Frnit-a twet I4mitea.j0tlnn. the 6thet part must have kept his not drive out 01 court with the handB m pocijets during the bear- frejUEflcy of the losers In placement shots also they outpointed the Cali- fornia ns. The contest was witnessed bv throng o! more than spectatP FINALS TODAY AT _ CALGARY TOURNEY Calgary, The defeat of E D iBlack and S Gnlllon of Ed monton. by B. Yule: and Mc- ASIERICAN w. Philadelphia Boston Washington Detroit Chicago St. Louis New York Cleveland 56 51 54 50 48 ,35 L 15 F 48 52 54 53 58 76 P.O. ;6GO .552 .538 .503 .500 .485 433 .315 Knisht of Strathvona, in the semi finals of the men'fi'open doubles, prov- ed the surprise of jesterdays fine programme of events in the Alberta provincial lawn tennis ohampionsnipa, played upon the'courts of the Calgary Lawn Tennis clu-b in- Sunalta yoster- day. The Strathcona teain played far above the form displayed by, them in any of tie other matches, and won in two fiercely-fought sets, both of which went beyond the score of the first being 10 to 8, and that of the second 7 to 5. The winnel-s of yes- terday's mutches meet A. Toole and A. B. Francis of Calgary in the finals at four o'clock this afternoon. Another game'. that caused comment was the defeat of Mrs. Loeb by Mrs McLaughlin, both of Medicine Hat. This was the semi-final of tho ladies' singles. It took three sets to decide this meeting, as it did to decide wheth- er Miss Parker or Miss Hemmingway would get into the finals. Miss Park- er was and 'will meet Mrs. McLaugh'lIn todayin .the 'finals. The defeat of S. Kidd, the holder of the'. Calgary tennis title, by P. G. Swan was another interesting event of yesterday's, play. Mr. Swan lives a iltl'ie way outside of the city, but is a member of the Calgary team. He will meet E- D- Black in the finals for the provincial singles championship at 2.30 this afternoon. A London preacher who acted as master of ceremonies at the Bell fight sajs that since tLen the men of bis parish take off their hats to him Why doesn't some enterpris- ing pastor act as bat boy for the Athletics t, 9 f 9 Bill Killefei is reporied SG tmng happj over the court is rejoicing over doing wrong and getting an ay with it That minoi league scheme may be ail right if they intend to start a bakery, a brewery and a- restaurant .a each city June 10 never can come back into organized ball! Garry, Herrmann. Herrmann offers sans a bonus to jump hack to Reds. Feds Beat Herrmann The Feds seem bent on thwarting Garry Herrmann of ..the- Cincinnati club at every- turn; Herrmann'ar- i-angedjo get Red Killifer, tie former major leaguer from iae-tlinneapoli8 ciujTof the American association for Inflelder Sailings and Outfielder Uhler... Rawllngs refused-to go.to tho association :and jumped Louis Feds. The Killifer deal, there- fore, was knocked on the head. FEDERAL Chicago......... B9 Baltimore Brooklyn Indianapolis Buffalo. PMsburg St. Louis Kansas City 55 53 55 51 45 47 .46 L. 47 45 47 50 56 60 CO P.G. .657 .wr 541 .639 .505 .446 .439 .434 BUCKSHOT After tho then, I visi y'pii the aamo as you visbes me you are, Sol Begin ning it all over So- ciety._________ BlackWMle 'Scbtlaii'JsBeslWkisky A HUH Tacoma's chief collapsed when a 'ball player made an error I.ucky-ho doesn'.t have to watch Buck Weaver -I The most inspired compositor we -have encountered is one of the Chi- caio Journal. The writer said .Ban Johnson could stand criticism be- cause his hide was thickened and the compositor made it "head." Kicr Hardy said George V. is an exalted loafer; which places George category of' an enjoined base- ball player. Frank Chance declares he knows. a ball player when Ire sees one The trouble ia not with his eyes t President Ed Barrow wants to cut ball players' salaries. About 300 oth-1 er magnates want can't figure ho. to start. Dave Matear.j Snginaw's one-armed pitcher, 'is a winner both on the slab and at the bat, .but that is nothing; lots of major Ic-ogucrs have pitched without a head for years. t flic U. S. circuit court upholds :fm> hands" theory. The party, ol "A GROUP OF 1913 CAMPERS" HEALTHY RECREATIVE FUN! 10 DAYS OF IT, Y. M. C A. CAMP Waterloo Lakes, August 18 to 28 Entire Expense of Trip: Seniors Boys under 17 Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer Resort, 18 miles of Navigable Water for Launches and Eow Boats Good Trout t Rates and "Fishing per day Additional accommodation at the now Lake Hotel Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Pin- cher deck every morning for the Lakes. ;