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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta �1UI)AY. AUGUST 17, 10(7 TIIE LRTHnRIDGE DAILY VIE HALT) PACK THREE -jj__m-iumi____!ga 'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McM anus OF VoO TO LET MB T TO PLEASE YOO- ----"T" L. - -J^=V="-*a' ah: Nov* "\o ] XDV.M THE DOX'i � HOPE oHE W hy 2?4/ League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. Now York . . Philadelphia Cincinnati .. St. Louis ... Chicago .. . i Brooklyn . .. BoGton . . . . : Pittsburg . . .70 r.r� fiO 52 �ir. Jo 47 r>(i (ill 09 P.C. .(167 .539 .517 .5M 514 .477 .400 .343 ESS Toney V/ins His Game Brooklyn, An;;. 10.-Toney anil Ca cloro had a pitcher's battle in the oponinK clash of the western Invasion today. Cincinnati winning the game :', to 2. The winning run was scored in tho ninth on hits by Rousch and Ma-gee, and Chase's out. Cincinnati .. .. 020 000 001-.'I S 1 . . 100 010 000 Wingo; Cadorc S and Mil- K. M&T4 Brooklyn ... Toney and ler. Giants Win First New York. Aug. 10.- New York defeated St. Louis It! the opening game of their lour saute scries here today, by n .score i.t ii to :!. Sallec, the for-tnor St. Louis pitcher, pitched hit; l(M.h straight victory. St. Louis.....100 010 OtH-n !� 0 ;Kow York .. .. w: L ilt):;--5 11 3 Honk and Con::alcs; Sallee and Cib-8011. Plii!lies Get Two Philadelphia. Aug. 10.-Philadelphia won two games from Pittsburg today, the scores being 5 to 3 and :! to 0. a homo run by Bancroft with two linen on the bases in the third inning, following the scoring of one run in that session, gave the home team the victory in the first game. In tho second contest Philadelphia bunched hits in two innings with run-getting effect. First game- 3Pittsburg .. .. 0110 000 000-3 Philadelphia . .. 004 010 OOx-5 .Jacobs, Steele and Schmidt; ger and Adams. Second game- Pittsburg . . .. 000 000 ('.00-0 Philadelphia ... 20(1 000 10x--3 7 2 t Evans and Fischer; Mayer and Ad-*in a. \ Vaurjhn's Good Work � Boston, Aug. 16.-Vaughn pitched a jfoui-hit. game, against lloston today [and piloted Chicago to a 4 to 1 victory in tho first game of the series. JNohf was hit opportunely. 'Chicago......101.100 010-4 [Boston...... 000 000 00x-1 Vaughn and Elliott; Nelif and resser. AMEUICAN Won . Lost Chicago .. . lloston .  Cleveland .. Detroit .. New York .. Washington Philadelphia St. Louis . . 70 fit! 01 53 58 51 �10 III) 43 42 54 54 Co 71 \C. 021 011 530 5 IS 101 172 3S1 330 low III 1 Harness Race Slowest Ever Seen Here;-Cowboy Races Were Fairly Good There were no American games scheduled yesterday. League If tho horse on Wednesday day was not. racing at the stampede was good, then ye^ter-The harness race might Tonight's game at Eckstorm" park between Vulcan and Lcth-bridae should bring out the biggest crowd of tho season. An efort is being made to let the stampede crowd away from the grounds in time to get down i.o the game. Vulcan lias n fast team, many of the toys being from Spokane and other Washington points. Emory Webb, who was rated as the third pitcher in the Northwestern league, will do burling-duty for the vistors. Lcthbridge team will be strengthened for the game. Three hurlers '."ill be en hand, Lund, Johnston, portsidcrs, and Joe Gillis. Johnston is in ihe city from New Dayton. He pitch-part of the game New Dayton wen from Lethbridge here and is a classy flin-jcr. The game will s.tart at 6.15. n has easy 11 0 4 0 Ocsclr S 3 Sang Filched Well, But. Ragged Support host Game Behind Him I Turin plastered one on the local ball Itossers last night at Eckstorm park, I and they are now tied with Loth-| bridge in the games between the two teams this season. Each team has I won one and one game has resulted j in a ten inning tie. Turin won last night on the locals' , errors. About four boots and muffs I in the first inning let in five runs and that was enough to win. Port Sang, who is spending his holidays at home hero, was on tho mound for I the locals, opposed to Damon Noble, pitched nice ball, hut couldn't win with the ragged support he received. The score by innings: Turin............ 500 210-S Lethhridgo..........020 1.10-1 Batteries-Noble and Potter; Sang and Bond. 1 8 1 4 3 Tra- ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 5; Minneapolis 2. Louisville i'; 'St. Paul 3. Columbus 1; Milwaukee. 5, Second-Columbus 2; Milwaukee ,">. Toledo at Kansas City, played pre-ft\lously. INTERNATIONAL Montreal 0; Richmond 0. Toronto 1; Baltimore 3. No other games scheduled. PACIFIC COAST Oakland 2; Portland 8. Suit Lake 3; San Francisco 4. Los Augolos 3; Vornou 4. have been considered fas' at a backwoods fair in Ontario, but. it wasn't, 'considered fast enont,h hero to keep the nags from catchhig cold. Tho first heat of the 2.20 was .snapped i:i t 3.02. How the race ever camo to bo called a 2.20 pace no one knows. Pathfinder won the event, j The five-eighths mile dash was called no race on account of the jockeys taking the power or' starting to themselves. It will be run again to-Iday. Six horses lined up at the post . and after fifteen minutes jockeying I to get away they went of their own accord. Tho half mile relay race was I a. walkaway for Dave Whitney, Kin-I soy ,of Raymond, coining second. Whitney also won the quarter mile dasli for cowboys in the best race of the dvy. The results in tabloid: 2.20 pace- Pathfinder, Sam Noble, Dayton ........... Morii] Boy, Jack Wales, bridge ............ Orphan Girl, Tomlinson, grath ............... Time 3.02; 2.10: 2.51. Mile Cowbov dasli- D. Whitney .'.......... T. Coin.............. Plaited Haid..... ... Fancy Saddle. Horse race Lily White............ Bud ................. .lack .......'........ Half Mile Relay race- Davo Witney............ C. Kinsoy............. .45 the Old Boy Says: The Cigar which was admittedly good enough when I made my debut as a smoker, falls lamentably short of a Promoter Blunt today. The art of blending leaf has made strides." (The 3-for-a-quarter Cigar) S. DAVIS & SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL. Georgian Added Another Point to His Total-Rousch In National New 1 1 Loth 1 22 2 la- APPEALING TO THEIR INTERESTS iFIND BUSHEL OP FOISONED COURT PLASTER Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. !(>.-Two hall' |l)ushol baskets of poisoned courfplas-ter worn found In an apartment raidod |by detectives this morning. A man of German-Polish doReent, !name withheld, is under arrest anil will be turned over' to the federal authorities later today. The coiirtplaster bears the .murk of |n Chicago manufacturer. The ninn arrested hare posed as n 1cripple, but police say ho la aUlo-boU-teO. ^ The tournament staged by the local club on Thnr-day morning was a complete success. The following oui-rif-town shooters competing: F. Anderson, W. A. Carmlchael, Percy Watson and D. W. Harper, all of Champion: L. A. Grubbe. Medicine Mat; A. N. Kessler, New Dayton; O. Denier, Stirling: It. G. Robinson and Ben McLaren, Calgary. The big event on tho program and the one. o:i which all trap shooters in tho province have focused their attention was Hie fifty target race for the championship at singles, of Southern Alberta and Eastern British Columbia. There were eleven entries for this event and the result was a tie for first place between Robinson, of! Calgary and 11. McMillan, of Lethbridge. each breaking 4S targets. The tie was shot off in the next sweepstake, and Robinson wont straight. McMillan dropping one bird. Robinson was declared champion for 1017. Kessler, of Now Dayton won third prize in this event. The following were the scores: Robinson.......... 24 21 4.S McLaren.......... 21 21 12 .McMillan.......... 21 24 4S Pilling........... 21 24 45 Andci'son............ 22 22 44 Watson ............ 14 17 31 Carmichacl.......... 21 22 44 Harper ............ 21 IS 30 firubbs ............ If. IS 34 Gallivan............ 20 21 41. Kossler............ 22 24 46 This event has been won previously by  1010 A. W. Bishop. Calgary ... 1911 it. C. Anderson, Calgary 1012 A. W. Bishop, Calgary . 1013 Dr. Karnopp, Calgary .. 1014 G. II. Mvilr, Lethhridgo .. 1915 V. E. Green, Lethhridgo . 191G U. G. Robinson, Calgary Newsboy: "Ere y'ure, Miss. The latest lovely battles and tho Inst thing la victories." -Passing Show. 48 45 49 42 45 4G 40 ESKIMO TRIAL Edmonton, Aug. 1G.-Kooha, a tribesman of the Eskimos charged with murder at the trial today said there had boen somo little troublo betweon the Eskimos and the oblate priests, while tho latter were at tho mouth o� the Coppermine, occasioned through the promise of a riflo to a villager named Kormik. Kormik immediately took possession of tho weapon, and llogoah (Father Leroux), was obliged to uso intimidation to rego.ln it. Under cross-examination witness said tho father loaded anothor gun and tho Eskimos, fearing they were going to bo Wiled, prevailed upon Kormik to hand back the rllle. After the crown has called its re-mulnlng witness Ilavanelt, it is probable tho defense will place Slnnlsak, the accused, in tho witness box, and there Is a chance of the trial being completed today. Immediately a verdict has hoen reached, a now jury will ho empanelled, and the elta/go against |Uf> second Eskimo, Ulukuuli, heard. Chicago, Aug, 13.-Tyrus Cobb has added another point to his batting average and now is 15 points from the .400 mark, according to averages published Saturday, and which include Wednesday's games. Ty is hitting .385 for 105 games. He has made 155 hits, including 30 doubles, 21 triples and five home runs. This slugging has given him the American league lead in total bases, his total being 242. The. Georgian also is getting hack into his old time stride on the base lines. He is leading the league in runs scored with SO and is creeping up on Chapman and Roth, of Cleveland, for stolen base honors. Cobb has pilfered 32 bases while the Cleveland pair have stolen 34 and 33, respectively. Chapman, with 55, is far in front of other sacrifice hitters. Home Run Swatters. Ripp, of New York, went into a tie with Veaeh of Detroit, for home run honors, each having seven. "Happy" Felseh made tho best show among the leading batters. lie jumped from .201 last week to .304 and Is the only hitter on tho leading White So.v. team in the select "300" class. Speaker suffered a slump but remained in second place. Roth, of Cleveland, and Baker, of New York, �dropped below .300.' Detroit continued to team batting with .259, with the last place Philade.lphians pushing in second place with .253. Leading Batters. Leading hatters who have participated in half of their club's games: Cobb, Detroit..................385 Speaker, Cleveland .........." .351 Sisler, St. Louis .............342 I Vouch, Detroit...............311 j Mclnnis, Philadelphia..........30(1 j Folsch, Chicago .............304 i Chapman. Cleveland ..........295 \ Rico, Washington.............291 j Roth, Cleveland..............291 ; Rumler, St. Louis .............294 j Baker, New York.............293 j Loading Pitchers. Leading pitchers who havo parti- I cipatod in 21 or more games, rated according to earned runs a game drive honors last week, and the number remains unchanged. Burns, of New York, increased his lead as a run getter. He has scored 72 times. Carey, ot Pittsburg, did not steal any additional bases, but his mark of 29 continued to top the base stealers. The triple lie of 21 for sacrifice hit honors, held by the Chicago trio- Doyle, Deal and Williams- remained unbroken. New York has batted itself into a tie with Cincinnati for team batting with .204. Leading Batters. Leading batters who have played in half their club's games: Uousch, Cincinnati............341 Hornsby, St. Lours ............325 Cruise, St. Louis .............318 Kauff. New York ............ ,315 Groh, Cincinnati..............311 Fischer, Pittsburg ............311 Griffith, Cincinnati ...........30S Zimmerman. New York.........304 Wilhoit, New York...........299 Ncal, Cincinnati ..............298 Leading Pitchers. Leading pitchers who have participated in 21 or more games, rated according to earned runs a game: G. W. L. ER. Anderson, N.Y. .. Alexander, Phil. . Cheney, Brooklyn Schupp, N. Y. ... Vaughn, Chicago 21 S 7 1.56 27 IS 9 1.8S 24 7 7 2.09 23 13 6 2.17 26 14 10 2.28 e exciting iii When Coyote Brown, of Lethbridge, roped his steer, breaking its neck, in the steer roping contest yesterday afternoon at the stampede, he gave Messrs. Wheeler and Oliver who are taking movies of the big show the time of their lives for a minute or so. The throw was made right in front of the stand on which the movie machine was grinding away. When tho horse swung round to hold the animal down the rope swept across the camera stand taking tho camera and the photographer with it. Luckily someone was there to catch the machine and there was no harm done. Unluckily there wain't anothor camera there to register the pained surprise on the face of Official Photographer Oliver. Perritt, N. Y. .. Doak, St. Louis Schneider, Clnn. Oeschger, Phila. 22 9 4 2.32 28 10 12 2.44 29 14 12 2.52 31 t > 2.53 Traction Engine REPAIRS We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either (team or gas tractors. Only high elass work leaves cur shop, and we will quote you prices that are right. N1VEN BROS. 216 First Ave. 3. Phone 1733 Player-� G. W. L. EH. Cicotte, Chicago ., . 34 IS 8 1.40 Faher, Chicago .. .. 22 9 9 1 54 Bagby, Cleveland ... 35 15 10 1.61 Leonard, BoBton ... 25 12 11 1.80 Mays, Boston ..... 22 12 6 1.91 Ruth, Boston ...... 26 17 7 1.92 Klepfer, Cleveland .. 23 9 3 1,93 Russell, Chicago ____ 27 11 4 2.03 Scott, Chicago..... 21 6 7 2.03 S. Covoloskio, Clev.. 31 12 12 2.04 National League. In the National league, Rousch, of Cincinnati, la hitting .341 and has pulled away from Hornsby, of St. Louis, who wan pushing him for the lead last wook. Hornsby, batting at a .325 clip, clings to second place, although ho dropped three notut3. The St. Louis shortstop Increased his lead in total bases. His 109 hits in 95 games havo been stretched Into 176 bases, because of 19 doubles, 12 triples, and eight home runs. The last item earned him a tio, with Cravath, of Philadelphia, for circuit 24-hour Service During the STAMPEDE BAALIM MOTOR CO. HOME OP THK CHEVROLET BfCK OP UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN. MgA ;