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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Hit STRIFE KNOCKS CUBS OUI )issension Among Players the Cause of Chicago's Failure to Hold Position (By Chrltty Mathewson) Tho start on this western IIL-asion in totter shape, than., they have een on either of the two preceed-ng trips. When the Eastern clubs go vest, there will be two important uertlona to be decided on the trip One is how high the Boston Braves an climb and the other is whether the can get BO far m front on this nvailon that club can' afford to laekeh up a little hit. Up to this sea-ODi ire have always been a good road earn, tut our road work has fallen own, this year. I figure the Cubs to be stopped. The hree out of four games that the Slants took from them when they played at the Polo grounds last were lot responsible for this so much as he run' of defeats they met: a Phila-ielphia A little row helped up he playing of the clubs while it -was 11 'the: series wiUi the Phillies. O'bay suddenly decided to take out he veteran, Frank Schulte, between he games of a double-header in this series, and he sent Kiuse-y to take Schulte's place without tell-n j the latter anything about it. This naturally Irritated- Schulte, so that ho sought out O'Da.v when Henry got lack to the hotel and bawled him out. "You're indefinitely de-. dared O'Day. I'll 'wait until I hear from Mr. Thomas to replied Schulte. Then ic threatened to jump to the Federal eagne, and began to flirt with its agents. And there the situation stood when .he team came to New'York, with the players taking sides "and the club Ips-jig1 its punch: "Knisely did not make a ill from the 'time: ho got into the pahie regularly, and 'Schulte kept em-'iiaaiziiig this tact to O'Day. "He hasn't gob a 'hit since he came nto the league." said one of the Schulte's' side. Finally---Rogei' -Bresnahan appeared n the role of' a peacemaker, and the row- was adjusted. It seems strange to think ot Bresnahan as a pcacemak-Br in a -conflict-to which O'Day is one There is no doubt but that the squabble hurt the. team, as sciuabbles lave hurt other teams in the past. Such rows have split up the Clevelpnd e ub this year, and a mixup ripped open the Boston Red Sox when Stahl was turned out. But I don't the 'trouble on Chicago team hurt Chicago any more than the suspension of McGraw [Or arguing with the umpires hurt the giants. The team was run during 'Mac's" absence by "Mike" Donlin, "Larry" Doyle and myself, with Just outside' the gate, where he tould see what was goiiig on and Football Clash of the Season Tomorrow IRES Philadelphia 1, St. UmU 0. Boston 6, PlUsburR Brooklyn 2, Chicago 3. Only games today. AMERICAN Cleveland ll, Vnrh S. Chicago 2, Boston 3. Detroit 3, Philadelphia St. Louis 4, Washington HAT VS! LETHB Tomorrow evening at the Athletic Park at 6 o'clock sharp, the football clash de fuxe of the sea-ion Is scheduled to take place. Medicine Hat Callies and Leth-brldge Callles will stage a battle for the Bennett Shield, the emblem of the championship of Alberta In the world of soccer. Medicine Mat champions will come here practically as dark horses. Very little is known of the calibre of the Medicine Hat team, but one thing we know, and that 'lo that they don't do things by halves in the 'Hat, and there is no doubt but what the champions of the gas city are coming here with a team that will be worthy of the Callies' steel. There is, too, a super- amount of rivalry between Medicine Hat and Lethbrldge in all lines, and to hand a nice little package to BALL PARK, At football plenipotentiaries will suit the boys here down to the ground, and they are going to bs out with the best talent they poa-sess to, turn the trick. The Lethbrldge Callies, champions of the City and District Football league, are in.ths race for the Bennett Shield with might and main, and if they don't land the trophy their opponents will surely know that Lethbrldge has been a factor in the contest, it Is a remarkable fact that the champions in the four big cities of the province -who are entered (or the Bennett Shield are all Callies. Fame and -glory to the Scotchmen, and may the local Scots top the heap when the battle Is over. Every loyal football fan In the city will be out to see the game tomorrow night. Don't miss Brooklyn -f, Kansas City 8. Brooklyn 1, Kansas City 1. (Second game.) Buffalo 0, St. Louis 1. Buffalo 5, St. Louis (Second game.) Baltimore 0, Chicago t. AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 8, Indianapolis 11. St. Paul 3, Louisville 2. Kansas City. 0, Cleveland 4. Milwaukee- Columbus: Kain. AUTO RACE AT ELGIN Toronto 3, Newark Montreal Jersey City a. Rochester 1, Providence S. Only games today. WESTERN CANADA DOWNED HATTERS Edmonton, '.A-ag. defeating the Hatters, the Eskimos took the series four to two. They have taken llie. majority of. each oi the last seven series. The Hatters blew up in the fifth innings and eight runs were scored. Martini made a home run n the second. '.Medicine Hat 371 Elgin, 111., Aug. Ted Tetzlaff won the first brush of the automobile races Tor the Cotre trophy, beating Dearborn to Horneck's Corner, and rounding the turn ahead, of Dim. The two were the first of twenty to- leave the _startlng 11.01- Tthis morning, a crowd numbering at least 000 cheering the start. Ner York 59 45 58 57 r'3 40 57 49 57 40 57 48 60 Philadelphia 73 3C '62 47 .569 Washington 59 51 .536 Detroit 56 5G .500 St. Louis 53 56 .486 Chicago 55 bfl .483 New York 5Q 63 Cleveland 38 79 to make any changes he thought wise. But this messenger service is necessarily slow. it SIcGraiv had been n charge, we would have made it four from the., Cubs., lie would doubtless .have ulade. some changes, if he 3iad -been in close touch, in the single game which we lost, and which 1 '.pitched, that would have brought a different result. in baseball three heads are not bettor than one. HoWr ever, the. club came through the series in fair shape. The Federal league is stirring again. Word comes to me from a Chicago source that the Feds .are trying to sign up two' of the biggest players in the American league, figuring 'that by getting these two, they can- make their league. All kinds ot money ms been offered in advance, and sufficient security to protect the players for. three years. The hackers of the league know that they, must make their big play this fall if it is to live, i won't go furthei than to say that one of these men is an 10 14 0 I.cmley and Barth Sutherland and Lemijtix. v -SHUT-OUT BKONCHS Calgary, Aug. 20. The Millers, with Pcet pitching, shut out the Bronchos. Loomis had good support, was weak irf pinches. "Moose Jaw 6 83 Calgary Pcct and Wally Loomis and Becker.' HIT OVER THE FENuE Saskatoon, Aug. Joe Berger won his own game when in ili: lifiii with Harris on first, he lifted one over tlic fence. The Quakers hit hard, but at the. wrong time. Reiina 143 Saskatoon 1 8 0 Bcrecr and Harris Nort-hrup ant Spencer. Chicaeo 62 49 .559 Indianapolis 59 49 .546 Baltimore 57 50 .532 Brookh'll 54 49 .524 Buffalo i 53 53 .500 Kansas City 51 61 .455 St. Louis 50 63 .446 Pittsblirg 46 GO' Providence, 67 41 .804 Rochester ii8 47 .591 Baltimore. OS 48 ..571 Buffalo Cl 50 .550 Newark 57 53 .518 Toronto 54 56 .191 Montreal '12 .73 .365 Jersey City 34 76 CANADA Saskatoon 60 47 .561 Moose Jaw 47 .544 Medicine Hat 57 -18 .543 Rcgina' 55 51 .519 Edmonton 52 51 .505 33 69 HERE LETHBRIDGE UNITED F.C All players and committee are re quested to turn up at training quarters tonight at S p.m. is one consolation, and thai is that there is little chance that Teii Sullivan will be arrested in Ensiani as a German MOBBED BEFORE- DECISION Chicago, 111., Aug. S.O.E. FOOTBALL CLUB The members oE the "S. O. E. foot ball club are asked to be at the Y M C 4. at 7.30 sharp this evening. if REASON'S "Albrmy declares Itself confident of fight- ng under the best auspices for its own forces. Not a shot was fired by the Belgians when the entry Into Brussels was yesterday by an advance guard of German cavalry. This advance guard, it was reported, were to be fol- lowed today by a strong contingent of German troops 'encamped in the vi- cinity. After the departure of the Bel- gian troops from the capital, communi- cation was cut off between that city and other parts of Belgium and abroad. The temporary capital of the coun- try Antwerp whither the Belgians have retired, is understood to be strongly fortified, and military correspondents declare the preparations for Its de- fence extend over an enormous area, while It has been provisioned for 2 British and French warships bom- barded and greatly damaged Cattaro, an Austrian sea port on Wednesday. Libau, the Russian Baltic seaport, was badly damaged during Its two- hour bombardment by a German fleet, according to the captain of a Swedish steamer. The inhabitants were panic stricken. German warships are, reported to have destroyed the harbor works at Hangon, Finland. Japan Is making active preparations in view of the approaching expiration on Sunday of the time limit of its ulti- matum to Germany. It is expectco1 she will at once move on Klao Chau, the German protectorate in China. The Germans have taken Brussels, the capital of Belgium, already rich In warfare's history, and in art and cul- ture. It was here that the Duke of Wellington at nighty and sailed forth In the morning .to meet his army at Quatrebras for the battle of Wat- erloo. Once strongly fortified, the cap- ital for years has been without arma- ment with which to resist attacks. The German army, it was officially reported last was pressing Its advantage at Brussels by throwing large numbers of troops Into the city, while the Belglums were retreating unmolested to Antwerp, to which city the seat of government was moved a while ago. The official announcement of the German victory at Brussels did not mention the casualties on either side. French official advices today are that Mulhausen, in Alsace, had been recaptured by the French from the Germans, who were said to be retreat- ing on the Rhine, but In Lorraine, it was admitted, the Germans had forced he French to fall back on their fort- ress. The TONIGHT Entire Change Of Program At MEDICINE HAT EXHIBITION August 25-27, '14 SPECIAL FARES Going dates Aug. 24-27. Return limit August 28. R. District Passenger Agent Calgary, The Surprise of Life will be oa the lOct. COUNTER AT THE Russians claimed success in outpo'st skirmishes on the Austrian and German frontiers. Confirmation was received last night of the report that Emperor Wil- liam has ordered resistance to any Jap- anese effort to seize Kiao Chau. WAR ZONE IN SHADOW Washington, D.C., Aus. total eclipse of the sun which cast complete darkness over a. strip eighty-five miles wide through Russia, Scandinavia, Asia Minor, Persia and India, was only partly visible in the United States, but observed by astronomers at the Naval observatory here. All Europe, a portion of Africa, and Asia, however, fell within Us shadow. RED CORNER SATURDAY DON'T MISS ITi B. A. 3rd and FORTY. WORKMEN KILLED Washington, B.C., AUK. British and American workmen were killed yesterday in the collapse of the- new concrete customs uouse at Ceiba, Honduras, according to a despatch to ;he State deoartment. Remember It is wise to get rid quickly of ailments of tho organs, of diges-' headache, languor, de- pression of troubles for which the best corrective ia SoU ETcirwltn. ENGLAND WELL FOR FIXED FOOD STUFFS Washington, D.C., Aug. than one million bushels of American wheat are- on the way to Switzerland in British bottoms, the 'shipment of three cargoes having been arranged by Dr. Charles Paul Hubscher, charge of the legation here. Arrangements have been made to allow tho passage through Franco and Italy of food stuffs Intended for Switzerland. The legation has littls fear that the cargoes will he taken by. Britain, al- though she could dp so, provided pay- ment were made. At the' Brftisl. Em- bassy It was ftafd England did not need more foodstuffs than she was procuring., Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer Resort, .with 18 miles of Navigable Water for Jjaunches and Eow Boats Good Trout Rates and Fishing per day Additional 'accommodation at the' new -Lake .Hotel Stage leaves King Ethvar'd Hotel at Pin- cher Creek every morning for the Lakes. ;