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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta T H E t E T H B RID G E DAILY HERALD PARE THRKB UNAllOIHLIElNS LI ORIFFIN AND JOHNSON TO BAT- TLE BUNDY AND Me- LOUGHLIN FOR TITLE Chicago, AUR. CirilTni tad William .Johnston of Han Krau- oisco won the right to challenge Tho- mas C. Bunrty and Maurice McLmiRli- Jln of the same city for the national j doubles tennis championship today when they easily defeated Walter T. Hayes and Ralph H, Burdick nl Chi- cago, western champions', in straight sets, 6-'2, Tne matches were played-on the courts of the .weritsia club, Lake Forest. The Chicago team, especially Hayes, was badly oil form and no match for the speed of the Pacific coast men. IJurdick played well, but Haves' inability to handle Ihe swift, strokes forced hint to the defensive and took away his best department, the smashing game. MYTONBnLLlEi EPSON DEFEATED'KARL 8EHR IN FINAL .BEAT Me- LOUGHLIN Seabrisht, X. J., Aug. Xor- ris Williams II. successfully defended llio Achilles challenge cup against 1-? assault ol Karl H. Behr today on the turf of the Scahright Lawn Tennis ami Cricket club and saved his tro- phy for another vear. Williams play- fc.f u remarkable "fiame, but laced Behr after Maurice. K, McLoughlin had put him through a gruelling; con- test yesterday. He defeated Behr, the lirst player, to lower the colors oi the famous 'Davis cup veteran this sea- son, by the score of 6-2. UcLOUGHLI.N'S DOWNFALL SeabriRlit, N. ,1., Aug. H.-Karl H BShr of Newark, defeated Maur- ice K McLoughlin ol San Francisco New Davton, Aug. M. Another yesterday in the singles; of the imal game was'added to the string of vie- in tournament on the t if o the tories made bv the New Davton base- Seabnglif Lawn Tennis and CricKet Warner went down sels at ball club today. for the eount in a match here. The score was ;J to 0. Out of the last eight games the New Daj-'ton club has played they have emerged victorious seven times. The other game ended a tie. The batteries Saturday were as follows: Nmv and Robinson. and Melham. MARATHON SWIM AT PORTLAND Nearly Hundred Contestants in Three .Mile Event Women's Division Inol'.tied Portland, Ore., Aug. 14. Xorman (ROES won the second annual mara- thon swimming race under the aus- pices of the Multnomah club here to- day from nearly 100 other contestants. The race was down the Willamette, river for a distance of a little over three miles. The time was t hour minutes. Ross won third place, in the Amateur Athletic union quar-1 ter-mlle race, recent'iy held at the Panama-Pacific exposition. James Blirl-'.e, in the last few yards, nosed "Buster" Douglas, a 16- year-old boy. In the women's division, Hiss Blanche Fisher, aged 19, won first honors, negotiating the distance in two hours, two minutes and 30 sec- ends. Her sister Marion, aged 15, came in two minutes later, winning second place. gonauts at Detroit in. 1D09. The ment to try lor the position at the I ior nuliith eight closed the ro net, .McLoughlin adopted a various grotiiirt 1913. The Duluth intermediate eight swept down the river in !i minutes, :H '1-5 seconds, the old time being 6 minutes 3 seconds, made, hy the Ar- "etroit in. 1909.' The scn- ight closed the record- ..........i incaiuiig by rowing the course in assortment of ground strokes irom u minutes, 303-5 seconds. The form- the base of the court. H was only tinlr was siv minutes, times when he lifted his game lo a great height by a supreme effort that he flashed ahead of Behr. In all of the sets, Behr made use of splendid forcing tactics. With his swift pace er.mplcicncss of con- trol he had McLoughlin-at his mercy. BEHR EARNS MOST POINTS Behr earned his victory, for on his total of camel! points, passes anil I AUTO RACER KILLED Spirit Lake, Iowa, .R. E. Donaldson of JHlford, Iowa, owner of the- racing car (ESmden, which won a place at Indianapolis and 51000 at Omaha, was- Instantly killed while driving In the automobile race here. this afternoon. Wflcox Reby was fa- tally injured. Two sons of the de- censed -won first and. second places in one other race. MIX IT IN COAST LEAGUE San Francisco, Cal., Aug. Corhan, the Seals' shortstop and cap- tain, was hit by a pitched ball in the first Inning of today's game, and af- ter the side had retired he over to Jack KiHllay, the Salt Lalc6 twirlev. -An argument ensued, during which Corhan Is said to have struck Klllilay on 'the point-of the Jaw. Corhan was "ba'nlshed from the game by Umpire Held. FAMOUS STALLIONS MEET Cleveland Ohio Aug of the tvio stallions is the champion racing pacer will be decided this af- ternoon, wheTL birectum and Wi'lllam meet at North Randal! in their fifth match race (Bach has won two of the four matches previously raced C WILLIAMS TO WHITE SOX San Francisco, Cal., .Aug. Claude Williams, star pitcher of.the Bait lake team of'the Pacific Coast league has been to the Chicago Americans LOOK HERE NORTH LETHBRIDGE UNIT ED FC All members of the above club are to turn out for nractlce to noirron evening in, Adams Park at 7 odotlr sharp Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Prical In Bicycle Rtpllrs and Cannot Be Bsst INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. Mac ;phons 1032 Behr used the same tactics which H. Nol'ris Williams II. employed a year ago when he won the national title from McLoughlin at Newport. lie gave the Calilornian to play his best strokes. McLOUGHLIN' AVOIDS .NET Robbed of his dependable overhand strokes and finding il experi- SCULLS HUE DIBBLE DEFEATED U.S. CHAM- PJON AT UTH CREWS CLEAN-UP Springfield, Mass., Aug. successful defense of his championship dls title by Robert- Dibble of. the Don Rowing club of Toronto, and another demonstration of luth's amateur rowing supremacy closed the '13d national regatta over the Riverside course today. Dibble out-rowed his last year's opponent, j BASEBALL Pliiladclplifa Brooklyn Pittsburg New Yorlr St. Louis CiiicInnaU NATIONAL w. tr> 31 53 53 51 58 57 Pet. .5fiO .538 .010 .500 .JflO .152 4 John B. Kelly of the Vesper club of j Philadelphia, by obtaining; a full Cincinnati Pittsburg............... 'MO 5 Dale, Lear and 'VYinso; Adams, Kaiillehner and Sclians. Second game: 6 11 3 Pitlsburg.............. 0 3 3 Toney and Clark; McQuillan, Con- solnian, Kantlehner and Gibson. Boston............. 0 f> Philadelphia........... 9 n 0 Hughes, Neff, -Barnes and Gowrty, Whaling; Demaree and Killifer, Burns. New York.............. 1 8 1 Brooklyn............... 5 9 1 Stroud, -and .Meyers; Fet- ter and .McCarty. Chicago............... 7 8 St. 18 8 Pierce. Standridge and Archer, Ames and Snyder. i i Sunday Games length advantage on the way back pjU8b 2 8 ;amclv re- j 11 3 CoriKClman, and Gibson, Murphy; Dale and Clarke. from the upper turn and snomlcd. to every spurt by the chal- lenger. Four of the Dnluth crews establish- ed new assoL-ialion records during tile afternoon. Tile senior fours rowed ill l> minutes, 113-5 seconds, compared with fi minutes, 2? '1.5 seconds made by the York Athletic club at Detroit in JflOll. In the quadruple race the Uuiuth crew covered the course in 5 minutes, 15 4-5 seconds, as against 7 minutes, 7 '1-5 seconds made bv the Riversides at Boston in Chicago............... 380 St. Louis............... 1 2 Lavender and Archer; Doak, Salce and Snyder. Second game: Chicago............... 1 S 0 St. Louis............... 8 It n Ailams and Arcner; Meadows and AMERICAN Boston Detroit Chicago Washington New York Cleveland Louis Bii placements, he outstripped UcLough liii by 5ti lo 38. There was net. so wide a margin in the-errors of outs and nets, as Behr's total in this re- spect was 81, against 87 for his ri- val. Toward the end Behr was some- what exhausted with the heat. Hfe was not able to score when he had the victory in his grasp, and ,Mc-j Loughlin. caught up-with him, only' to have Behr f.n make a thri stand antl shoot the hall by him for the winning point. lie was six: minutes, f> seconds, made hy Xew York Athletic club J ntlaileiphia at Detroit in 1900. WESTWARD WINS KING GEORGE YACHT TROPHY thrilling for PEACEMAKER GOT "HIS1- BUT STOPPED BALL PLAYER SCRAP St. Louis, Mo., Aug. and Zimmerman started a fist, fight on the bench in the sixth inning during the discussion over a fumble by Zim- merman, which let in two runs for the locals. Vaughn, who stepped-be- tween them as a peacemaker, emerg- ed with a......... the battle. San Francisco, Cal.. 14. sloop Westward oi" the Corinthian Yacht club or San Francisco today won the gold trophy cup ottered by King-. George of Great Britain in the Panama-Pacific exposition. regatta over a 14-inile course. Her time was 1.58.05. -The Presto -of. the Corin- thian Yacht'club-was second; Jlah-Pa, challenger, and Gen- cvleve, all of the San Fran- -y ciscb Yacht club, third, fourth and fifth, respectively. bleeding-lip, but stopped RATNER BEATS ALLAN. New York, N.Y., Aug. Ratne'r of New York, who won the national amateur-.welterweight cham- pionship in San Francisco, this year, outfought Kid Allan of Brooklyn in a 10-round .bout at Far Rochaway. FEDERALS REFUSED OFFER OF CINCINNATI FRANCHISE Weeghman Declares Reds'- Franchise Offered for Chicago, 111.. Aug. the. stock of the Cincinnati National, league club was offered io Charles H.' president of the Chicago Federals for 5255.000 yesterday, but the offer was declined, it became known today. Weeghmaii said that Charles B. Bultman, a broker of Cincinnati, who is acting for Warren Nr. Carter of Pasadena, Cal., a prospective buyer of the club, displayed certificates for ol per cent, of the stock. LATEST FIGURES OF LtnilNG IK COBB IIS Chicago, 111., Aug. Cobb continues to lead the American lea- gue in b'atfiig, although ibe-has slump- ed a points since last vveeV His average is 38G Others who are bat ting in the .300 class in tlie. American league are: Speaker Boston 332 E Collins Chi cago 330 Fournter Chicago 318 Strunk Phtladelohia and Veach De trot 314 Crawford Detroit 311 Lewis, Boston 308 Maisel .'305; Gainer, Boston, ..301. Cobbs holds the. lead-in "tota'i runs scored, 104. and. strengthen- ed his'hold on .the .title of basesteal er having a. total of 65 Hefis tieu w ith bis teammate Crawford for the lead in total bajel with 113 Burns Detroit, leads in 'home runs, with five Boston. nosed Detroit- .out of the lead in the club' batting, with .368, Jennings' men having .26.6. Boston Pitchers on Top American league pitchers who attained the .600 class are: Foster, Boston. 15 won, 4 Bos- ton 12 and 4 Scott Chicago II and S Faber, Chicago, 18 S; Dauss, Detroit 16 and 8, Fisher York 11 and 7; Ayres, Washingtonrlfl and 6: Caldwell, New York, 16 Johnson. Washington, 17 and '10; Shore Boston 10 and 6 Covcleskic Belioil, If and 10 Boland Detroit 8 and 6 Benz Chicago 8 and S Gallla Washington 11 and 7 Dubuc, Detroit, 14 and 9. Doylt Liads National Captain Larry Doyle of the New York Giants who by consistent bat ting has located himself at ths head of the National league, batsmen., con- tinued to hold that position accord in. to averages published here today Doyle is in. front with an average of 28. Others following Doyle in the first ten class are: Snyder, St. Louis, .326; Daubert. Brooklyn, .319; Alerkle, New ork 310 Gi oh Cincinnati 304 Wade Killifer, Cincinnati. .303; Saier, Cnlcago SCO Ludems PMladel pma 298 Lonff St Louis 29S J Smith, Boston, 2 7 Cincinnati and St. Louis .are- tied for Hist plpce m club batting eacL j hinng 255, Tvlnle New ib next willi .2-: Doyle, ............_......-- league in batting, htfds the honors as P.jt. .060 .11311 .596 .511 .505 .392 .383 .317 YEAR CANADA Fortified Tires FORTIFIED AGAINST our Ko-lUtn-Ciit foam 5111 3 6 0 -I T Severoid; Jones Saturday Games Detroit.......'.'......... Chicago......--.'....... Dubuc and Stallage; Scott and Schalk. it. Louis............... 4 9 Cleveland 3 15 Kobe, Loudermilk. and Agnew, 3 eroid; .Mitchell, Harstad, Jones Egan, Hayworth. Second game: It. Louis....... Cleveland' LouderraRk and and Egau. i Philadelphia New-York.. Nation, Fillingin and Lapp, McAv- oy; Fisher and Nunamaker. Boston............ Johnson and Henry; Thomas, Cady. Sunday Games Detroit........'.' Dauss and Stauage; ..ad Schalk. Cleveland........... St. Louis and Egan; Fortified Tires That Protect in 5 Ways Against Trouble Fortified Adainst Punctures and U1C vrutai. So tiiey have proved out best, in countless tests when run with rival tires on opposite wheels. For your own sake please note these five exclu- sive Fortified Against Rim-Cutting by our NVRim-Cut feature that best combats rim-cuts. AHIlioas of lires have proved that. f And besides these five defenses. Goodyear Fortified Tires give you perfectly balanced construction, f In anv mate one uften Rets a lucky tire.-It avoids I misliap'and misuse and mates a rare record. -I But why trust to luck? Why not always buy the tire that averages best because it is built m the best -way; kno'wQ-tolresisc HttacVs? f Lesions of tire users have learned these 'bines in tbo J past fonr.yeara. Anil so this year we doubled the C1--9 pacity of our factory at Bowmanville, Ont. j t Prices Reduced As our output multiplied, rcduciusr factory cost, our f prices came down witU it. We latest reduction February the fail t the carter on Ml raw mat-n 1 TfiUv (.oldie r lirp" are sautiR the user 37 per cent it prices tbat prevailed two years ago So 5 our dealer for our low price on the sue 1 ou use f, GOODYEAR TIRE RUBBER C4NADA, LIMITED Goodyear Service Stations-Tires'and Tubes in Stock LETHBRIDGE, 1 ORD HBRIDGE LETHBRIDGE AUTO CO-LETHBRIDGE NEARBY HARDWARE Fortified Against Blowouts that saves MI many blowouts due. in rival tires, to wrinkled fabric. Fortified Against Loose Treads by our Rubber KivetB. formed in each tire. They re- duce 1005" tre-ul risk GO ptr c nt Fortified Adainst Insecurity vulcin reoTm each tin. ba e The) m iki- the ONE PUNCTURE FROM LETHBRIDGE TO WEN- CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. Faber, 1 0 Sisler "only two. American games. FEDERAL Pit-tsblirg Newark Chicago Kansas .City St. Louis Buffalo Brooklyn Baltimore W. 59 (iO no 50 57 50 49 37 L. 45 47 48 51 62 61 70 Saturday Games St. Louis................. 3 Newark Hunk and i Hartley; Movan Hard'and Kariden Brooklyn Pittsblirg Pet. .587 .561 .581 .551 52S .446 .445 .316 r. i 4- I Bil- Sunday Game Jersey CHv C Providence! Only one International game sched ulecl. .06" 4 10 0 Allen and Wiltz. Walker and Land O'Connor. Chicago 71-1 Baltimore H S 0 Homing and. Fischer Bailey and Owens. Second game Chicago .....1 10 1 Baltimore 170 Prendeigast Biack and Fischei in addition to leading the 59: Cravath, Phil- llith in batting, a run-getter with adelpliia. -who is leads In total bases, with 170, and also holds tile home rim record with 15, Carey. Pittstmrg, leads Jn stolen. es. with 29. Mamaux Beit Pitcher aia'm'aux, Pittstrarg, crept into the lead among the .600 cjass pitchers in the league, with .17 wins and E defeats rhe othpii In the select ciass are Pierce Chicago 10 and Memnder Philadelphia 20 and 7 S Smith Brooklyn 11 and 4 Ragan Boston 1 i and 7 Tonej Cincinnati and 3: Mayer. Philadelphia, 16 'and 10: Stioud New lorl 8 and 5 Dell Brooklyn, 11 ami 1; Dale, Cincinnati U and 1 Meadows St Louis 9 and 6; 3 and 2. Magee Leadi ten leading batters in the Fed- eral league are Magce Brooklyn Blaok Chicago 3K hanff Brooklyn SJ4 Fuchci Chicago Vt Camp- Pi tts- 11.7, Easterly, Kansas. Cjty .322 bel. Newark burg, .317; Yerkes Plttiburx St. Louin, tied vith 111 Biooklvn leads in club halting with 267 aud PitUhurg ii nest with 2C5, C 11 0 0 G 0 Kranp, La- tohnson and Jackiitsch. Kansas City Buffalo Johnson and Easterly fitto and Blair, Allen. Second garhe: Kansas 'City Bufnlo .Cullop, Adams and Easterly lent and Allen. Sunday Games SI Louis 4 2 Watson, Davenport and Hartley Renlbach and Rariden. Second same 3t. Saturday Games Jersey City Jersey Richmond Richmond Buffa'io Buffalo Cilontreal Montreal i ProMiience 4 Providence Harrisburg Harrisburt; 11 Bochestfr 0 Rochester Toronto 5 Toronto From I.ethhridgo. io Wcnalchm with one puncture, is record auto trip that will take some in_ H nas made In Mr and Mis 1 II Hcutci hy Jliss J. Tilncv in an "Ovetland-35. I In, i) lelt ho c Ji-h U mil ie turned Saturday. They went by way oi Honner's Ferry and 10 i and reUirned over the North oil i I Iiirlniai then hit tire Irail t nmth into Cnluuihia 0 the roads-from there'io Alberta. For the most ol the way the party had lltnt loads hut. there were i nil is til- ined the ol RESULTS FIRST DAY :CLARESHOLM RACES The'first day's program for the Claresholm race meeting which was hgld in connection wjth the Clares htt.m Agricultural Exhibition Mas a small one, the results being as -fol- lows TKOT OK MILE HEATS .1. JIcAlpine, Claresholm, b g. Bob Lundv 31311 Dr.' McMillan. Claresholm, li'rii. Babe 1 2 1 J J Allan Ellis, Granum, b g, Roselawn'. Hoy -i Time 117 111 1111 A- splendid race, there being only a head between the first two in each oi the first three heats, but Bob Liindy lasted the longer. HYL-r M1L1 HI J R Clare holm Cloud J Crardiner, Claresholm, tuckv the car as well as the temperament oi the omipantt but an auto trip would not be worth while without provoking incidents and this party just had enough to tdd spice lo the trip Ihe; 10 mil the roils in Canada inial to'tliE best in the States. in th( pirlv staj ed with tin I rl Scott faimlj, arc known in Lrthliridge. Grej Ken- 1 1 C. S bow Claresholm, Rain- 22 HOV i POM Allan Sharpies, Hickory n I I Armstrong, Dime G F i 1 feds Roan) Newark and 1 11 3 S 11 1 Hartley; Groom. Crandall Moseley Only Federal games scheduled. AM. ASSOCIATION Suturday Gurnet Columbus 2 Louisville Cleveland 5 Indianapolis Milwaukee i Kansas CiW Minneapolis S St Paul Sunday Games St Paul 3 'Minneapolis Mil.aTHife S Kansas Pit> Columbus 1 Louisville Cleveland 6 Indianapolis Cleveland 2 NEW FLY-CASTING .RECORD San Francisco, N. Peet of Chicago, president of the National .Association or S ientific Angling clubs, broke the national as- sociation record for" the---salmon fly cast yesterday in the tournament now being held here He shot his line out H2 feet which IE 12 feet belter thin the previous re cord, made in Chicago in 1814 by C, B Lmgentelter of Los Angeles LEVINSKY BEAT CARROLL New York N1 Battling ihe local heavyweight feated Sailor Jim Carroll of San in i 10 round bout in Brooklvn i night Levmsk) 6 vveistied 174, CftfrolJ 190 pounds. EDMONTON FAIR RACES Liimonton Vila Vng li Win ners in the iinal day's racing of the exhibition meet ire as foliovtb Free for All, Puree King Bond; (13. 0. Lewis) King Oakly, (Stewart) Mildred Direct Molly Brawl (Spencer Knight Onwarilo (Hurray) 'inn- 211! 21IJ 211} 2.20 Pace, Purse (Jaribaidi (Cardoff) Sir Wilfrid (Sutherland) HamamoU (Dunpiel) Lhiilie 1 linil, U 2 3ij 3 9fSl Five Furlongs, Purse: Mamim (1 at Ior) won K 2n i Doulo (Junes) 3rd. Also ran, 7.030. U. Time One-Mile Novelty, Pune J300 Monde divided at each quaiter i Golden Plumi, (bin sh) won at the quaitci sporting I t'c won at the half; Gurds, won ai tlio three-quarter and at the mik lime 41 4 5 I itlte Bill It ish Boy also ran, Six Furlongs, Purae Conflagration (nilor) won Rui, Coal OIcBnde) second I M 111 222 3 3 t 4 4 3 1 i 1 223 33 2 4 drd shotv that he had heen running out of Moose J aw, and had been in. Win- nipeg lately A newspaper clipping .with the i story of the Lusitania sinking which, had the name of a J. J. Abbott in.J the list .of missing, was also iotmd. on the bodv From marks near the tract It is assumed that he was. riding on an i east, bound ..train, presumably a pass- engct ttam. as tbe.ihife where he first, struck the embankment' is west of where tin. hodv was found and, other iauu.ai.ions point to the body, having rolled eastward from the mo-J mentJm with which it must have been throvyn from the train. There was about "in monej) found in his pockets. Dr. Moore, stat- ed aflci examination, that the man must have been dead irom two -to four days when found. In mqutst will he held, by Coronet W ilkcs tomorrow moinmg at ten o clock Lfforts are being made to Oam mioimition regarding the raau from ralluaj employees at brook and other places ckeit third Time 2-5. Five Half Furlonqj, PurM Jop Miliiicr (I'obertson; won (Tavln) "econd Dorbie third. Time 3-5. Al- so nn Kink Harris Iristic A novelty "in photography is a pa- per on which picturei can be made in the usual way and then transferred; to objecl such a lamp shade chim or glassware A- fuel for. internal combustion en- gines made in South 4lnra by a them leal processs from paraffin said to be superior to gatoline, as it leaves uO catbou deposit CRANBROOK NEWS Cranbrook, U-Fltteen ro- LLints Itom Michel ior the Vernon Cdmp i passed through Cranbrook yes- terda) 1'atnck the Indian of be- wg drunk a short time ago was yes terdai to Nelson to serve months term Three lunatic? from ternie were also sent to .Tvel- for treitraentun Uivers san- itarium Constables King and accompanied them U the cit} council meeting das afternoon the ciU decided to eniorce the novious veeds bylaw The- chit! oi police will serve a 24-hour notu-c on ill wlio have not cut I heir Needs Mrs I! 1 Packheft who up to th- "'ose 01 the Kootenay Orchaid school was, ihr teachrr gone to to attend Normal school. Miss McCallum oi Vantouver, has been by the school ho irti U V Mclinaine of the Canadian B-ink o! Commerce staff jesterdav receivrd thp sad neus of the death of his at Orand torks B C He left immediately' for that destination On his return he wilt be to the Fernic branch K L ol Spokane ac- companied his son. and daughter arrived in Uanbroov Tuesday on a brief visit td A 0 Pjo Thev the run from Spokane in one day. The party rrcturned home Mrs H Parker and children t dl Tiber Mta -ae visiting in the eitv the home 01 Mr and Mrs C R, Ward Mis Parker formerly _a resident of Cranfiiook fomnn South and Ullliam Whiting refurned from the St I1 or the past dayst daiiv shtpflientt; ol trout have beeft coining all c. of old Tsaak f ;