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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta tETH BRIDGE HE R AT Philadelihia Brooklyn Chicago (Boston York St. Louis .Cincinnati St. Louis Boston w, 50 SO 51 L'. 47 51 52 54 53 53 59 58 .532 .SH .505 .500 .185 .464 .458 PRIZE TRAP SHOOTING HERE AUG. 28 Sallee, Meadows and Snydet, Ru- 'dclph and dowdy. Chicago........... I !J 1 Brooklyn Vaughn and Bresnahan Smith, Ap- pleton, Dell and McCarty. BUFFALO PITCHER TWIRLS NO-HIT, NO-RUN GAME Cincinnati New York J Dale and Wingo; Porritt, and Pooin, 10 CITY CHAMPIONSHIP TO BE SHOT PittBburg Phiadelpbia Adams and Gjbson Mayer, Baam- gartner and Burns, Adams, Kilmer. i 'AMERICAN 'w. 09 Buffalo, X.Y., Aug. Beebe for Buffalo pitched a no-htt, no-run game for Buf- falo today, while Montreal went through the game error- less, tho locals winning 6 to 0. Ritter Hall twirled well for tho vlsi- ton, in all except the second inning, when tho Bisons were able to hit him consecutively and scored their five runs. Montreal 000 '000 000-0 0 0 Bufalo 050 000 Ox-5 7 1 Hal and Hbwlejr; Beebe and Lalonge. FOR AND BIG 'MANY OTHER EVENTS Winnipeg, Aug. Burmeis- ter, president of the Northern Lea- gue and the Winnipeg baseball club, 'leaves tomorrow for licgina and Sas- j katoon to endeavor to arrange the lv playing oi games in those cities prosecution of those al- ing the next week or so. Mr. (0 for the meister way switch borne of the bt.. appropriation of large funds Boniface-Winnipeg scheduled games to tlic western cities or arrange for FINE VARIETY OF PRIZES Winnipeg Aug. IS.-Evcnts arc to endeavor to arrange tlic! a crisls in connection with dUr-j.i. iii-imffill.ion rlf those al- post-season series between the teams after the season is concluded. It will be nei-essary for a guarantee to be put up i! the western ians want a touch of pro. hall this season. Talk might be members ol the Leagi.e next year. Boston....... Detroit Chicago Washington ;New York Cleveland St. Louis (Philadelphia Washington Cleveland 71 65 54 51 43 41 34 39 42 53 51 66 61) 72 0 3 .648 .607 .505 i .5001 .394 .373 .331 I 1 1 letcjttiiu Johnson and Henry Collamore and O'Neill. Philadelphia............... 1 8 0 4 9 Sheehan, Knowbton and Lapp McAvoy, Dauss and Stanage. Boston Chicago 13 7 Gregg and Carrigan and Cady Russell, Faber and Schalk. New York-St. Louis, rain. Pottsburg Chicago Newark Kansas City St. Louis Buffalo Brooklyn Baltimore FEDERAL w. 61 62 60 61 58 51 50 3S BOUT ft! NEW YORK Cn Saturday, August 28th, the Al- bcrca Gun club will hold a biR shooi- ing competition at the traps south ot thi: ball park. The first item on the program is SUNDAY' BALL. WILL GO the City Championship cup donated T1 by E. Adams, ex-mayor of the city i of thbridge. This is a valuable cup i and no doubt will be keenly contcsi- ml. This cup was won last year by H. Pilling. The competition is only open to members of the Alberta Gun club. The next event is tbe cup donated by the Lethbridge Brewing and Malt- iri? company, which is also a very ON IN WINNIPEG TILL SUPREME COURT DECIDES Winnipeg, Man., Aug. a decision is given by the Supreme Court, there v.-ili be no further pros- ecutions against Sunday baseball playing. 'This arrangement was ar- rived at this morning by A. Dllbuc, for the baseball league, and T New York, AUR. 18.-Gunboat Smith outfought Jack Meraple of San Francisco, in seven of the ten rounds of their bout here tonight. Smith weighed 182, Memple 184 pounds. Al Mansfield, the English bantam- weight, fought a fast 10 round draw with Bob Ubon, oi New York City. n? company, handsome trophy. There are three valuable prizes which follow this cup and will no doubt attract the at- tention of a good many shooters in Alberta. This competition is open to anybody in the province of Alberta or Eastern British Columbia. Mr. George Muir held this cup in 1014 The next event, the Oliver Trophy, valuable watch fob donated by Pet. .570 .555 JL .532 .443 .422 .346 f, MOTOR CYCLIST BREAKS RECORDS Tacoma, Wash., Aug. 18.- New records for 300, 200 and E. Oliver, president of Alberta Gun Club. The next event is the Dupont tro- phy donated by the Dupont Powder company. They are making a special effort to encourage trap shooting and have donated a very handsome watch fob to be contested for by begin- ners, men and women, only. Any man who has never shot at traps or used a shot gun is qualified ior this event. There ia also a trophy for ladies in the form of a silver souvenir spoon mis- thi! j JarMimenViiuiidings" contracts. The announces that next week will see the commencement, of per- haps tbe most sensational criminal cases that have ever been heard in Canada. Mathers Royal Commission before taking action, and this finding will Le rendered or. Kriday or Saturday, simultaneously with the return irom the east of Attorney-Cleneral Hudson. The mode of procedure be the same as in all other criminal cases. The defendants will be obliged., to ap- pear before. Magistrate Hugh John MacDonald in the city police court. betore Batfiey, provincial morality inspect- or Mr. Dubuo promised to proceed before the Supreme Court at the Sep- tember sessions upon writs of cer- tiorari In the meantime Mr. Dubuc says his clients intend to play ball on S.unday. law implicitly states that in criminal cases where the punishment is im- prisonment ior over five years, the trial must take place before a jury. There can he little doubt that sev- eral of those indicted will he admit- ted to it.will be a stiff fig- ure. AT BOSTON'S and will attract the attention oi good many ladies who are fond shooting. ot Boston, Aug. crowd esti- mated at persons filled Field the greatest baseball park in the country, to overflowing ai its opening today, and saw the Bostons- raise the blue and gold pennant won in the world's series with the Phila- recorns lur j Event No. 1 City. Championship lOfl miles were established by prize, silver cup engrav- delphia Athletics last year, and de- feat St. Louis by 3 runs to Kansas' City Buffalo........ Main, Packard an dersOn and Blair. 'Second game- Kansas Oity Buffalo Hennuig and Brown IMlen. Brooklyn Pittsburg Walker and Land Connor. 2 6 3 10 id Easterly 2 8 ..3 9 Bedient, .4 5 12 12 16 Rogge and .Chicago Black and Fischer ens. 0 9 0 6 12 0 Leclair and Ow- professional motorcycle racers on the Tacoma .Lattice speed- way, nere last Sunday. Ea.rl Armstrong of San Fran- Cisco averaged 79.84 miles an hour for 300 miles; 82.8 miles an hour for 200 miles; anil 8141 miles an hour for 300 miles. His time for 300 miles ed sec-onil prize Event No. solid gold medal. Brewery was 3.45.29. EjVent AO. set of cue glass vases 2nd, solid gold medal; 3rd, watch- lob and gold locke'- attached. Brent No. 1st; old watch lob 2nd, diamond set ton' gained' an early lead by timely batting -Rudolph pitched well until the ninth inning, when the visitors hits. gold knife. Event No." 1 The Dupont Irophy St. Louis-Newark, played previous- ly. AM. ASSOCIATION Louisville.......... 0 Kansas City Columbus.......... 5 Minneapolis Cleveland........... 1 St. Paul 3 Milwaukee INTERNATIONAL OPENING SETS ALBERTA- TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS Edmonton, Aug. IS.-Favord with magnificent weather, yesterday's pr.oT gram at the Alberta tennis cham- pionships brqught out some splendid contests. Some of the best games oi .the day were' provided, as was ex- pected, in the men's open singles, where the competition is especially keen. F. C.. Casseinuuj defeated J. 31. Kinnear after losing the first-, set his victory being most credit- 2 able, as Jlr. Kinnear occupies a prom- 6 inent position in Alberta tennis cir- cles. L. B. Yule, another Alberta champion, defeated F. J. Mitchell in the same competition in. straight ivh'e 0. Howe registered, i victory over G. C. Scott in a match n for Very handsome watch fob. Event No. 5 Trophy, for Ladies- Silver souvenir spoon. For further particulars apply to J. H. McDonnell, Ave., or phone 1404. 800 CLAYBIRD IT r'l Vancouver club otlicers had K ur. j. GATHER AT CHIIAWJ j on the cancellation of further fixtures Ryallt ,w. oilehriBt, Majo. _ __ ______ owing to the lack pi interest, and ios, ,Mr. HulmertTmd .lames Proven-j'" winner in the Short- that it was not likely that, any Min- zano. T. B. South and A. J. j w folk at Park t.0 Cup series will he played between Spott rcndered instrumental duets. jetour-the.'. "Vancouver is wiation! muijiu to finish, ihe attendance has victory over u. u. SCOLI, in a uin.tL.ii. Toronto............. -_2 three sets. _B: F.-Morris, t: winviii BVUW. ---7 r vine, each "E U OLlpn Providence......... 5 Harrisburg 2 j drawn against A. E. Xaslv took the of pOIt.lana, Ore., C. iL. Parsons, of Jersey City...... 4 Richmond 2! count to before losing the nrst Bos- Cranbrooli, B.C., Aug. Tonigh at 9 o'clock there was a sfiendli marshalling of the Italians in thi city. Headed by the Boy Scouts, the Vacatfen Pleasures 4 re Doubled When You Know Business Is Not Being Neglected Here's one good sales- man you can leave on the Job, confident that he will not "lay down" nor lay Is HIGH CLASS PRINT- ING. Its Influence Is constant and the re- turns are generous. Let us ohow you what we have done for then judge how well we can help you. The Herald Job Department COLOR PRINTING A SPECIALTY. F. T. Robins, Supt. Phone 1252 IONTINUBD FROM FRONT PAGE. farmer would only take the. time- to. jultivale these, there is a fine ing for the sugar industry section ol ths province, were the only vegetable which cnuld condemn, the display being very Ladies' racc-Clarre Brewrink 1st, Mrs. Hrcwrink 2nd. p Relay by an Indian with Alteruictt 2nd. Pony by an Indian, Wltn Fanning 2nd. The Indians name is not known. lt Burin" the afternoon. 4 'baseball match 'was played between Vulcan matoes liarons' Vulcan the The success of thc fair is due to cnuiu vin. poor and the first prize was award- ed to a sample wlucn was of no size or substance. Agricultural School Exhibit The Claresholm school of agricul- ture sent in a splendid exhibition of the efforts Secretary WU-: son, who was ably assisted by president, B. D. Htimmon, and the, vice-presidents, T. W. Burwash and', J. E. Tesky. Owing to'the fact that the fair wag in the middle of the harvest turc sent in a splendid exniouion ui irl thl, mjddle of the harvest seasoo; wheat produced on the grounds.. The exhibits were not as numerous as Dominion experimental farm, also That. last year, but generally speaking, the a t-ood display and during the show shown in most classes a the man questions dealii SUIUV (lull in charge many with the complcxcd phases oi agricultural life. Domestic products from the dis- trict were also worth a visit, and men marched to the j t? coried by the Homo Gu play an improvement on the part the' farmer in improving ths .qualify; of his exhibits. held.- ird as to the -i or "goodness oi Mrs. exhibit, oi I patriotic demonstration was i d donc hel lmt Mr. C. Dicastri, Italian Consul j hm mcc ol Fernie, was in the city for the oc casion. In the line of march some 120 Italians from Wydlffe, Marysville and surrounding country had gather- ed to take part, in what proved to be the largest patriotic demonstntion m the history of Cranbrook. Tbe-Edi- son Theatre had been engaged for the this season. Aid. A. E. ior nuuu taiTt waslound to be in- the winntrs m Ihe the now nii-i; iiiia. j.! In fact, all the exhibits showed the farmers' efforts in the field were, beins ably seconded by his wife m< the house.. i Horses and Cattle The exhibit oi horses and which were judged yesterday, was p. a good Miclw Bros were the curling rink. cs. a'eowness presided, and nuiti oi uic D. Hummon, ind'C v.uu..u .'Irt.-Ul -fv- Kelli'ngton, manager of the patriotic- speeches were deliverett ster champions announced today that j Wallin cUsses i with, Chicago, ;Auc. IS.-The Grant Park introductory, first event oi. thi nament of the Interstate asso A. C. Dicastri, Itev. decidedjK. Tllomson, Dr. J. H, King Joseph colts. unes Proven-' In thc cattlc classcs that, any Jlin- zano. Scott rendered instrumental anew. i Thc address of the Italian consul made a marked impression on the as- _ ______ ,vailcing team 1 Mammon got prizes tot his CHALLENGE To R. JT. W. M. P. I hereby of the B. Ni W. M. P. to ride', slick saddle and scratch, on last day of Fair at Vulcan, 21st. October, 1915, for a wager .of 20% to be posted at one of the Banks at Vulcan as guarantee of good faith V r ARTHUR R. BOND, Owner of "Ray." nament of the Interstate assocumiuu unable to hmsn. me i made a marKefl impresEiuu on uno which has for the main feature, the not :teen encouraging, and as Jlintoj Berable sons of Italy, as he addressed a rouht out r ik it noCi-e. tnncnp. It. was wc as or e no een enu, grand American handicap brought out rjup defenders we do not think allQ field oi 235 trap shooters. Thel to continue professional lacrosse event called ior 300 single targets' til a jo normal conditions, unknown angles at 18 j Ken- Westminster dub pre- ,-eather was favorable thrown vards. at The eie also hciu winners" m C R Williamson's Apj shires captured a good manv Praes first Yiith calf D. ItUlllllaUll -T'- them in their native tongue. It nas Stl0ithoin cow and calf D. really splendid to watch their faces on ua, (he big winner in'the lighten and glow sneaker urged daEB the men to fight with all ttieu mignt nmr vne no hogs anJ on; yarns. i HC and high scores were recorded. W S Hoon, of Jewell, Pa., led the with 196 breaks. Among those who broke 05 per cent, or better H M. Williams of California with 192 W. H. Cochran, of Bristol, Tcnn winner ol the last southern handicap D. J. Holland of Spring-, 111., and John N'oel of Nash- fpld, ville Montreal............ 0 Buffalo McSRAW CLAIMS RUBE BENTON Clncinfuti'ii to PitHburg Re- voked by Herrmann Cincinnati, Ohio, Aug. John KcGraV, manager of the New York National league baieball club, upon hearing that John Benton '-been sold by the Cincianatl club to the PittBburg cliib, filed ;a protest Tener of tbe Nation- al league, claiming that he had an option on Benton, which does not ex- pire until next 'Monday. Hearing of McGraw's protest, -President Herr- mann of the Cincinnati club said that the option ;had been overlooked, and ordered Benton to report to the New ;yprk. club. S.0.6. CORRECTED LINE-UP ere li line-up of the set. In the men's open doubles. matches were played, and good ten- is was displayed. Mrs. Beart de- eated Miss J. L. .Watt in the ladies GIANTS TO PROTEST SAME New York, .N.Y., Aug. B. secretary of the New York fatlonals, announced that his club a, ro-Jld protest the game won by Pitts- b.urg from Chicago' yesterday on the grounds that -Rube. Benton, who pitched for Pittsburg, is legally, tie iroperty of the Giants. The New York ciuo claimed Benton last Sat- urday, after Cincinnati had sold htm to Pittsburg. Manager McOraw of he Giants said be'had an pption on 3enton which had not expired when :he player was sold. JT 6 O 6 OJ! team to play against North this evening: e Faiaoni; Willis and Nesbitt; Harp- Bainett aid Lee; Stowe, Farnuit, Draper mnd Bestwick. Cheney and Thompson. FROWNS ON 10-DAY CLAUSE St. Louis, Mo., Aug. Judge Pyer, presiding in the Federal District Court, said he did not approve of the 10-day clause in the contracts of or- ganized baseball. "The 10- day he aaid, "givea the olub all the better of It. The club can jive a player no-