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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD PACK THREB NATIONAL Brooklyn Chicago Pittsbtirg Boston 'New York SI. LouiB Cincinnati Boston Philadelphia............. Raten, Tyler and Whaling KilMer. Cincinnati -I 5 Pittsburg................ 5 13 z Schneider, Lear and Clark: hencr anil Gibson. New York 370 Brooklyn.................... i Sch.iuer, Marquard and Kc.vers Douglas. Pklfer and Miller. 'Ku other National games' s AMERICAN Boston Detroit Chicago [Washington JCew York t Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia M 54 31 '43 3.1 Pot. .Bfil .503 .500 .390 .373 .324 Chicago S S 0 St. Louis 4 16 3 Scott. Fabcr and Schalk and -Mey- er Wcilman, JloCabe, Kofi and Lesry'. Second Chicaeo 5 fl 4 St. Louis 163 Benz and Mayer and Daly Hamil- ton, Kooh and Agncw. 'Detroit 6 12 2 Cleveland 2 in 1 Coraleski and Stanage Walker, Brcnton and Egan. Second game- Detroit 3 7 2 Cleveland 1 I 3 Bolanti and Stallage Hageiraan and Egan and Haworth. Since the creation ol the lake there has not been a season without a big aquatic blow-out. The big blow of this season will take place next Friday evening. The Aquatic club has been busy of late and they have made extra preparation for a program that will he especially attractive. Experi- ence of the past will he heeded and any defects Hint- may have marred former water sports programs will be carefully avoided. The best course on the lake will he used in accord with the bcs-t vantage point for the An effort will he made to have perfect announcing -and the spec- tators will he 'aided 'in 'every other way to keep posted on the progress of the events. The evenings are short and the program will be started Note the time (i.30, Events lo be run in the order they appear: 1. Single canoe race. j 2. Ladies' tandem. Long dive (one dive) open. 4. Canoe fours. 5. Bun eating race for boys 'C. Fancy diving (three dives) open. 7. Gunwale ride. S. Crab canoe race. a. Plain diving (three dives) open. 10. Duck race .10. Tilling. 12. Tail end canoe race. 13. Upset race. 14. Mon's tandem canoe race. Mixed landem canoe, race. 16. War canoe race. The diving events will be judged by nr. DeVeber, uMr. James Aird anil Jl. A. Smith, and the competitor se- curing the best percentage wil'i be awarded Hie championship of Lcth- bridge. These events are open to SHATTERS FIVE U.S. MARKS IN FIVE DAYS Kan Francisco, Oal.. Aug. I'i. Uidy Tanger, n youngster irom Los'Angeles, broke live American swimming records In five days. At tho same time he Itieked water In Ihe eyes of America's greatest wa- ter splitters. 10 GO AFTER ALBERTA Calgary, Alia.. Aus and Edmonton are. 'not tho on'iy teams Kahanamoku, .McGilltvray. and new: Oue-mrip.. Hall-mile.. Halt-mile.. Quarter-mile., r.00 yards.. J. H. Roilly 0. Jl. Daniels Tanger....... Kahanamoku P. MoGlrilvray. whom wer'3 Bud Goodwin ami The reeords. old Record ......24.59 4-S 12.08 a-6 ......12.06 5.3S1-5 G.134-S Former Kecbrd ..25.403-5 ..12.091-5 2-5 4-5 FALL CUI1ING Alberts' claiming the rie-' off for the amateur baseball cham- pionship of (lie province. Medicine rial and Red Deer are talking aboul final games Medicine Hal. may play a aeries of Raines with Calgary for Ihe honors In the southern of Hie province alid. Edmonton wiV) play [ted Deer. Mr. Lang of Medicine Hat is ar- ranging with Mr. Pearson of Calgary, greater part, is in the. stook and vvi an mormons yirlcl. Oats will average about la bushels, while sprlns wheat, although still fii'cen, j will give a tremendous yield with fa-1 vorahle weather conditions. Hurley i is in a very satisfactory state and j promises well. Slight dilliciilty is lie- iliK found in of the lall wheat as it is in some parts found lo he laying ilat as a result of wind j and rain. A certain amount of ilam-j age will result from Ibis, of course, but otherwise, Hie crops have not; ha'-iucd. No hail, practically, i has fallen this year in this district] i as yet. 1; NtW DAYTON Nearly a Quarter of a Century oncy 99 of giving highest possible value for your money has been the enviable record of II The standard of excellence that has won such public coniidence will remain unchanged at all costs. Prices may fluctuate but the quality will remain the same and, all times, will be the finest procurable. B 49 New Daylon, Aug. wheat; cutlinu; is about Cho the dates secretary of play A.A.A., and Mr. looking l ready lor cult inc. and some was cut the past week. Spring wheat will two weeks slill i-ontiniKK and now in full swing, having started on Friday and Saturday oi last week. Hi-ports irom all parts oi I which so ccedinit line weather of the past week, has been evevylhing required for the; ripening of the crops of this fur, air almost perfect.' between Kdmontou j after the games and Red Deer. The first series of games will likely start the week be- ginning August 23, and ilm finals the i week after. Only thri'f- games j make un the series In both finals, in- stead of the live that were talked ab- out. be reaik hv the 18th. "also some j the district seem lo indicate that. Cutting'will be general this this year gives promise of the best All crops indicate, a heavy crop yet. There is a slight trace of everybody, whether members of the Washington Bostoni......... and Cady. Philadelphia iseiv York Bressler and and N'unamakcr. 0 5 1 2 Wood l Aquatic association or not. I) The canoe races are for McAvoy Caldwell FEDERAL W. L. Chicago.............. 61 '47 Pittsburg 39 17 Newark 60 -17. Kansas City fin 48 St. Louis 57 51 Brooklyn 50 fit Buffalo'........'....... 50 63 Baltimore 37 71 Pet. .565 .562- .561 .556 the Bow- man Cup and are onen to members of the Aquatic association only. fudges for paddling events: Messrs. 0. B. Bowman, A. M. Grace, Dr. 'De- Veber. Starter: Mr. .lames Home. Judge at turn: Mr. G. E. A. Rice. Announcer: Mr. Macdonald Regatta committee: Messrs. Rice, RIdpath. Macdonald, Barrovvma Dixon and Smith. Bntrie? are- free lind can be made at the clubhouse, or with any -.men! her. of the committee. Chicago 6 1ft 3 KUimore................. 472 McCall and. Fischer Suggs, Ciair.and Owens. Brooklyn 4 11 0 Pittsburg 1 2 '2 .Finneran and.Land .Hearne and O'Connor. Kansas City............... 5 B. 1 Buffalo Oil Main and Easterly; Ford and Blair. No -other Federal games scheduled. SUNDAY BASEBALL Winnipeg, .Man., Aug. .528 Morality Officer Battley did not know .450 that a baseball game had taken place Sunday afternoon between Fort Wll- Ham and St. Boniface teams Northern league, when he vvRs'jiiform- of the violation of Ihe Sunday he promised prosecution ery player concerned. He had 'NORTHWESTERN 4 Tacoma .Vancouver.......... '5-- thought fines handed out to the management would prevent fur ther play. KUED AT FRONT New York, Aug. Munro, who once fought Jim Jeffries for till world's championship, lies dead somewhere in northern Krance or Bel- gium. Prank Moran, jiist back irom England, says be read Munro's name in the list of killed and heard his heroic death spoken of several times by wounded soldiers, back from the lighting lines. Jack Munro had about as adven- turous a life as any man that fol- lowed the ring. Playing tackle, on the Blltte football team, he helped clean up the big college and club teams be- t-.veen Chicago and San Francisco. Later Munro threw the hammer and putt the shot, lie was a great ath- lete. Muni'o made a ioilune'in the Co- balt mining district of Ontario. He avor oi a Cobalt town and en- I.ethbridge will have a program of sports on Labor Day. This fact was as'snred at a meeting of the Trades and Labor Council last nifht. A committee to look ail'T tin: arrange- ments and details was anpointcil. Messrs. Jones, Tuckwell and Lames- ield compose the commiUee, which, will meet again in the near future. Further details will be announced la- ter. WARNER Aug. 'i black ru-st, hut the damage is hardly Warner, Aug. warm wea- ther of the past week has brought all grains along very rapidly. Ninety per cent, of the fall wheat in tins district is now in the shock, and a day or two will see the. termination of all cutting ami shocking in what will undoubtedly prove to be one of Its linest crops ot whiter wheat ever harvested in this part oi Alberta. Some slight loss has occurred at a noticeable. Tlic damage from bail now estimated at between four and live per cent, in lliis district. Some little hail lell in I'runlc ilistrict last Sunday night dunilK tlin but. was not siiilicient cause any damage. There is only a small percentage of late grain this and with favorable weatli' damage will res- it (it-cur. Several light bail storms have pass- oil Ibis way. but have done no dam- age. The crops are heavy and in, some places are slightly lodged. Oth-' erwisc they arc excellent. A most enormous hay crop has been gathered and by the close of.' this week it is expected the song the binders will-succeed that of the mower. .lad- Ashcroli, a rancher north of', town, started cutting SO acres ot- lavoiamc! wrainei m> i wheat today, 20. acres 'of which is. Hilt from frost should volunteer crop, and- will' go 25 bush- 'is. Only a small am'nmt of land pared lor nc.vt veal, every pre- which lias AMATEURS ARE GOING AFTER WESTON'S MARK New York, Alls. Payson VVestou's Now York to Buf- falo: wa'lking; record will be attacked IK- three amateur pedestrians of the American Walkers' association of New York, this' month. The men are Frank (iage, pathfinder oi Hie club; Gfibert M. Swirtz, assistant, pathfind- er, and William Probst. The distance is 144 miles. They expect to cover the entire distance on foot in less jthan nine days. Arrangements have been completed to have checkers along the road, accordlns to Amateur listed soon alter the arms. first call to FOOTBALL GAMES A series of very important.- tions aifeeting next season's football was passed'al a meeting the. BngJ: lish Football Association' :'Council held" in London recently. The resoluj fol- Providence Buffalo Montreal Harrisburg Toronto Rochester Richmond Jersey City 38 Pet. .657.. .604 .534- '.500 ''.460 .144 .116 61 .384. L. 35 3S 50 54 55 Providence.........11 Harrisburg 0 Montreal............ 3, Buffalo......... .7 Second i Montreal............ 1 Buffalo 3 Announcement TOURING CAR RUNABOUT TOWN GAR Fully equipped except Speedometer F.O.B. Ford, Ontario. THE FORD GARAGE Virtue 12U1I4-AVI. 8. PHONE made" cutting very dilhcult. Spring wheat flekls showing! Some little dilliciilty has stacking their grain in'order not lie, genera of the maii spots of green in the low places CO'-'.'LEY binders are work in the fall wheat, the. earliest known in this district. Cut- to ting will he general in a week. Hail, has done little damage in the dis- been M- i trict. Tlie average yield of fall wheat peru-nccd in the north country over I is expected to be 35 bushels. Spring spoi.-, in SLTOII i ccttiuK iwinri, but it is understood j wheat'will'be ready in three weeks.; m !atw' being cut, but there is not a large j oveicome tins irounie vvnitn is a acreage, of it in this district. 'At this am-iai writing conditions lor harvesting are .J? ideal. t-nnnli- MILK RIVER Milk River, Aug. a ber o'f the farmers in this district Bow have started cutting and some have oi the heaviest crops ever known in JOO acres or so already cut and j this district started this week, anil I FRONT PASBis'. BOW ISLAND Island, Aug. lli.-lla'rvesting CONTINUED-FROM b __.. No Word Yet to 11 oats about the 25lh except in many I cases where growth is rank. A slight Hail-storm followed by a thei; experienced during the past week f.'.O MARCH Aug. warm Athletic liniOn requirements: WORLD'S SWIMMING RECORDS Chicago, 111.. Aug. world's records for women swimmers were broken at the annual meet of the Northwestern University's summer j i heavy down-pour of rain struck smart section of the country south and east of here near the boundary. has ripened the grain farmer here .started 14th, but this is the only case ion hoard included any from Canada .-J i While it is not likely that any -i; adian troops were carried, it n rapidly.. One.; yassMc somL. members of cutting on the j army medical corps The hail lasted only a few minutes; ported. A number of people had in- and very little damage was done, but' u-ndcd to cut today, but the storm the rain that followed will retard which, passed over here last night harvesting in that section for seliool on Saturday, by Jacqueline Thompson, aged 14, and Mabel Don- aldson, .aged 11. Miss Thompson made the forty-yard d; seconds, .the previous been 32 seconds. Miss Dona'idson lowered the' record of seconds for women in the forty-yard breast stroke of .a..eecoml, USE BURKE Pittsburg. Pa., Aug. injunction restraining the PittEbure Federal league baseball club frbm either employing or playiijg Sanford Burke, ine pitcher who jumped from the''Indianapolis American Associa- 'was continued late today the student body of medical men, have vet left England -Ambrose -Breid in common i keeps pleas''''court until a final hearing- j will considerable amount ot held1 'in the case. No date for the vesting commenced. lions-passed we're 'a: loWS 'The Council-of- Football tion carefully considered the present and future prospects of the game', and, recognizing, the paramount -duty of every man to help to carry on' the- war to a-.victorious issue at the earliest possible moment, and not to do anything that will in any degree postpone or hinder the. desired result, tesolve ,Jhat for the the fol- lowing regulations, shall be. observ- ed no International matches or the Challenge Cup and Amateur. Cup matches of this -Association played during next season. Associations, Leagues, imd clubs be allowed to arrange matches without cup, medals, or other re- wards to suit local conditions, pro- vided that tbey do not Interfere with the. work of those engaged in war wort. clubs may join any combin- ation of clubs which may be conven- ient to them. matches he played only on Saturday'afternoon and on -.early closing and other recognized holi- days. no remuneration should be paid to players, nor there be auy registration-ol players, but clubs and players should bft subject to. rules i and conditions-applicable to them 'on 30th April, 1915. agresments with players for service after 30th April. 1915, should .lie suspended.until further or- ders. Mr. J. .0. Glegg was rc-elix-ted chairman of the Council, and Mr. Charles Crump vice-chairman. hearing, however, was announced, bilt it was said the-case could not be resumed until October. ON THE SIDE 'Tennis Is Inimical John J. McGraw won't let his men play, tennis. He says it'hurts their basebal) skill. Looks as if bis whole has been tennising on the sly. All They Are Worth Speaking of that ten-cent admission t The results of'trie events fee to Federal league games it. might not be amiss to remark that some of those Federal teams have been play- ing ten-sent ball for some time. SCORED RUN BY FREAK Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. H.-r-'. The pojiibilities ol'. baseball are evinced in various ways. Freak plays are recorded ;in Amateur; and Where Are They? is left of Connie Mack's baseball champions, of last year is now in-last place in the American lea- gue. Wherefore: Whore is the crew of yesteryear That smote the ball against the fence. And filled a oitclier'a heart with fear, And made hiin look like thirty cents' Where is the mauling crew that kept The far outfielders hiking back' There's nothing left this year except The'baseball yard and Connie Mack. English Racing The substitute, for the Doncaeter St. Leser. which will be called the September stakes, will he decided ov- er the lust mile and a halt of the fa- mous .Osarewitch course at New- market nelt month. This raco, which is the classic of the. English season. ga'mes that would-be ail ridiculous if propounded In a fanning bee. In a .recent game in the American-league in this, city, a player scored a run without a base hit.'pass or fielding error. His strike 'was a wild pitch on. which be reached second. -A passed ball nut him on and another wfcd pitch' sent him home. will bring together two of the most brilliant colts In recent sears Lord Decies' creek .three-year-old, which won the Irish Derb> and Pommern which'captured the English Derby. One Thing Against It Catcher McKee of the Tigers has invented a. new way or throwing to second, which is at the same time spectacular, as well as calculated to deiieive the base runner. He the ball so that it caroms off the pitcher's hcid and lands in front or the second 'baseman. The runner, seeing the ;hall utrifce pitcher, arid this .'gives the second baserafin plenty of time lo hail .him. The throw worked perfectly when Mc- Kee bounded it off Pitcher's Duhuc's henci, but the ball .was slightly .flat- tened and1 had to be put out of play. Managers may bavV It ruled out be- lt UBGS up balli. hoard. A number of medical men are serving in the ish army alltl it is just possible that some of them have he.-n en route to. few j will probably delay them lor a day i thc Canadian nurses I or so. so ,m. known lo have been serving; CAP.MANGAY i some siiiu.' evidences of rust arc i jiaita anil perhaps at other places. -Vug. j reported from one of -the outlying j 01', tllat [tont. it was recently 'districts, but the showing appears to tilai. Queen's University me-: tc very small and is not regarded corps fa to the serious. hiit" it is not known whether MACLEOD MiUeod It Hanistini, iall wheat, was general during the latter part of last -week an 1 mast optimistic reports of the .Irosfjee! vield are to hand from all iiu ii'trr, in some disliicts spurn, vvn it will be cut this week, but generally speak- ing harvesting of this crop will not he general Until next week, when pitUicllv c lung v ill he lit, to ul Ihe 111010 one sec, oi the LTO s Ihe moie optimistic is the tint the vield will gcnenll) fir out ill I nice mi previous vielllb ot tnt. district ind vith twin's me ner crt tnuiai-e in acrcate the amount of shipped will hi enormous scrie people even going as nr as 'o ns 1 H Sharpies ch g i old "jrs FW fi'iiott a i m Queen Mab jvrs 41so ran Scotty -id Romeo Time: 41scc. Open Pony Race: Half-Milft T Dime 1 C. Sharpies' Mabel Claresholm Derby One Mile T R Walts tr g Ciev loud t F Gardiner s b B Kenturkj 2 .1. S. Smith's b s Kaiiihow Ladies' Half-Mile Dime IMitb I Eiwlu) 1 Kentuckv Belle (Miss S Simples) Black Snakt (Miss M Pwsei) 1 >Won b> a abort-head. Local Saddle Race: Half-Mile C. Sharpies' Hickory 1 W. Stevenson's Ruby -._; 5 raiii Quarter-Mile Dash .1. Armstrong's B'iaek'Snake..... 1 F. C. Burton's Penny tuturt I'mcliLr Creek Vuz ej .service MISSANABIE (New) Oct 9 METAGAMA (New) Oct 18 MISSANABIE (New) Nov 13 METAGAMA (New) Nov 20 For fi.ll apply to any or Steamship AjenJ OP W C CASEY, Agent 210 Portaqe Ave Winnipeg THE CANADIAN BANK OF JOHV AIRD. 5i-Mile Dash J R Watt's Grey Cloud E. Gardiner's Kentucky Stewart Black Beauty sat EDMUVD ALEXANDER LAIRD Gene V C. BROWN. ol CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bank of Commerce extends to facility for the transaction of their banking business, including the. discount and collection of sales notes. Blank supplied free of charge on application. Lethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, ;