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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACE THHM NATIONAL w. Philadelphia 57 48 .5-13 Brooklyn........ I'D I'lflsburg....... Eli fiii .000 Chicago Tif) 51 Boston........ 5'l S'l New York...... M 112 .4kl> St. l.ouls........ 63 (iO Cincinnati...... 50 59 .-1511 l) 1'hilaclelphla............ -I S 'Plltsburg.............. Cooper and Ullwon; Rixey, A'.exan- 'I l Brooklyn.............. 1 Zabel, Lavender and Brosnahan; Douglas, Doll, Smith and McCarty. St. Louis................ 0 -I 2 Boston................ 1 'I 1 Meadows, Robinson and .Snyder; Hughes and Gowdy. Cincinnati.............. 0 S 1 New York.............. 10' 1 Lear, McCloskey and Wlugo; Tes- Teau and Dooin, Wendell. AMERICAN Boston..... Detroit. Chicago "Washington New York Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia W.' 70 73 tii; so 51 13 41 34 L. 37 39 41! 53 51 liS ffil 74 P.C .654 .652 .514 .500 .387 .373 .315 NANCY HANKS DEAD Boston............... -I I1 Chicago 1 Shore and Cady; lienz, Russell and Schalk. Philadelphia............. 1 8 3 Detroit................31 1 Bressler, Uillion, Filieern and Mc- James and Stallage. Washington............ S 11 0 Cleveland.............. 0 4 3 Harper and Williams; Brenton, Col- lamore and O'Nell. New York-St. Louis: Both games postponed by rain. FEDERAL IMttRburg ..i Kansas'City- Chicago St. Louis Bufaflo...... Brooklyn ..i Baltimore lil lil 62 62 L. 47 48 49 50 64 (i-l 74 P.C. .565 .560 .559 .550 Chicago................ 352 Buffalo............... 7 n McConnell, Black and Fischer; Bchultz and Allan. Kansas City...... S 13 3 Baltimore.............. 4 7 3 Packard and Brown; Bailey, Suggs, Jjeclatr and JacMitsch. Bt. Ldnls.. 1 7 Brooklyn.............. 836 Watson, Willett and Hirley; Mar- pon and Land. No other Federal games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL (Toronto 1 Buffalo.......... 080 Lugue, Kocher; Baden and Onalow. (Montreal................ Rochester............. 4 a 3 Fnllerton and Howley; Merche and (Williams. Providence.......... 10 1" 2 pichmond............. 9 14 4 Cooper, Scuultzo and Casey, Cot- lerli, Morisette and Sweeney. IHarrisburg.............'.. 3 12 3 Senses- City.............10 11 0 Chaoek and Regan; Brack and Tra- pressor. CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIP LAWN BOWLING TOURNEY Toronto, Ont., Aug. a meet- fng or the Dominion of Canada Lawn Bowling association, held here today, it was declded'lo hold a championship competition in singles in Toronto on September 8 and 9. Kilmonlon, Aug. 20-Grcctcd by line weather, play was resumed in I he Alberta tennis championships at the Kclmontou Tennis Club ycstcr- clav, and after a scries of close and exciting mate-lies the scnu-linal or liual stage has been readied in every competition. In the men's open singles Hay and Nash have for the scinl-Im- als, Ihc former by defeating "i ulc, while the latter won from Howe, in straight sets yesterday. The semi- finals arc determined in the men a op- en doubles, those reaching this stage being Yule and McKnight, Nash and Lees, Kimicar and Hay, and Castel- inan and Steer. At the 3 p.m. draw today the four pairs will play down to see who enters the finals. In the Alberta mixed doubles Brown and Mrs. Heart qualified, for :hc semi-finals, defeating Lees and Miss Davics alter a hard-fought three set match. The finalists in the ladies open singles are Mrs. Heart of the Odmonton club, and Mrs. Hcdlcy ol Janmorc. Mrs. Medley again figures n the ladies' handicap singles as a finalist, in which competition she will meet Miss DussKiult, a young and promising player who qualified ior the finals after a hard match with Mrs. Bcnrt. The latter retired in the semi-final when' the score stood one set all. Three couples, Nash and Mrs. Heart, Parker and Miss C. T. Watt, and Casselman and Miss A. M. Watt, have already qualified for the semi- finals of the' handicap mixed doubles. In the men's handicap singles, Class B, Reid and McDonald won their matches and qualified for tho finals, while the same two players defeated Cassclman and Steer in the handicap and qualified for the semi- finals. Reeve and Mrs. Davies and Scott and Mrs. Hcdlcy have qualified for the semi-finals in the Northern mix- ed doubles. The finals of the E. L. Ferris 'singles brings together Cassel- man and Grant. Lexington, Ky., Aug. Nancy Hanks, 2.04 champion trotter 1892 to 1894, died In the estate of .1. E. Madden, who purchased the horse sever- al years ago to pension her until death. She will be buried in the cemetery at Hamburg Place, where other famous horses have been buried. Nancy Hanks was foaled in 4 FOR CHUM'S AGAIN SUFFERS DEFEAT AT HANDS OF NORMS WILLIAMS Newport, Aug. history repeated itsell today in the victory of R. Xorris Williams II., of Phila- delphia over .Maurice E. Mcl.oughlm of Ban Francisco in the final contest for Uie Casino Cup on the same court on which Williams won from Mc- laughlin the title of National cham- pion a year ago. The score was 0_.lp 0-3, Calgary, Aug. 21. Arrangement: have :bee'n completed for a wrestlini bout between .Jack Taylor, Canadiai Champion, and diaries Challender to take place at Sarcee Camp Tuesday evening, August 24. Taylor l! training hard for the match and say: that he is in the pink of condition Challender is from Chicago, and ha been trying for some time to obtaii a chance to meet Taylor. Taylor i J so negotiating for a match with Pat Connelly, the British champion who is now in Bntle, Mont. ATHLETES! Evelyn H. Lintott, the well-known soccer footballer. 1ms been promoted to a temporary lieutenancy in -the West Yorkshire Regiment. Lieut. 'Stanley H. Williams, the Newport ami English international rugby fullback of ISil, has bean promoted "temporary captain in the 10th BattLl.ion of the South Wales Borderers. Capt. J. B. Redmaync, ol the 7th Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment (T F.) who has been wounded, is a member of the Leeds Golf club.. He was one of the earliest of the Leeds golfers to join the forces. It is stated that he was wounded in the head by a piece of shell which first killed a sergeant. Major H. A. Lang, of the ith Wor- cestershires, who has fallen at the Dardanelles, was a good all-round sportsman who excelled chiefly at polo and cricket. He captained the regimental cricket team with con- spicuous success. Lieut. .F. L. Fane, the Essex crick- eter, has been promoted captain in the 7th West Yorkshires. Another rugby footballer Lieut. E H. Hewitt, 4th Royal Lancaster Re- giment, is reported missing. He wa a'very good forward, and held ofiic as vice-captain of the North of Ire land club. Price Annquncement Effective August 2nd TOtfRING RUNABOUT TOWN CAR Fully equipped except Speedometer. F.O.B. Ford, Ontario. THE FORD GARAGE Virtue See.-Lieut. H. B. T. Wakelam, th Harlequin footballer, who has been serving as a second lieutenant in the 2nd (City of London) Battalion, th London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers T. F.) is gazetted a second lieuten ant in the Royal Artillery. The famous Surrey and Englan jatsman, J..B. Hobbs, has, it is re ported, joined up as a munition work er and is employed on cartridge belt n a London factory. J. jB. Stokes, a well known Flee street journalist, who was a imembe of the 0-vford bicyclist team agains Cambridgeshire iri IWl at Shee House, has recently joined the Arm lyclists'. Corps. Staff-Surgeon L. I. Gfreig, R. N the Scottish International, Navy an United Services Rugger was recently released from captivit in Germany, has been appointed t the Victory. Another rowing Blue, Sec.-Lieu R. W. Somers-Smith, 7th K.R.R.C has fallen in action. He.rowed at Nc 2 for Oxford in 190-1, and at bow i 1905, being thus respectively ir losing and winning crew. BILLINGS PAYS FOR CHAMPION WILLIAM. Cleveland, Ohio, Aug. K.' l Billings of CJiIcago and New Tor probably the greatest lover of th harness horse game in this countr now owns the champion pacer, Wl Ham, reports that canni be doubted. Billings purchased W: liam Tuesday for Just Sefor he was shipped to Montreal for racin there. Mr. Billings sat on the hurrican deck of the timers' stand during tl match race Monday afternoo when William defeated xDirectum I so and at once he express1 a desire to add- this champion to h string, which has included Lou p Ion, Uhian and The Harvester. A. Vanatta of Otterbein, Ind., who ow ed William, .was .reluctant to .pa with him even at the high figure o fersd, and William Marvin, .who ha trained and driven William, hia naff sake, was even more averse to a sa" but Mr. Billings and his agent fina ly brought about the transfer. TO ENCOURAGE RECRUITING Winnipeg. Man., Aug. Pratt, president of the Victor Hockey club, and one of thie city leading sportsmen, Is working ha to have the Al'Ian cup and Hugo Ro cup (emblematic. ofxthe western ru by championship) withdrawn fro competition this-year, on account the war. Mr. Pratt is of the. oplni that all senior championship athletl should be cut elf to eoco.urnge Aug. ZO.-Tlic entries for the annual handicap tournament of the .Cranbrook Tennis club ii.osed on Tuesday last a.'-' in spite ol the war and hard times 11m court is proving as. popular as ever. Altogeth- er 35 Vnlries have hern received the different events. Tile toulnament will start on hat- urilnv afternoon the 21st i-iai. and will'continue until Saturday the 38th inst'. The grounds have never been in better order, and with wea- ther permitting the tournament should prove a great success. The committee met on 1 uesday last to do the drawing and handicap- ping Th'1 following-are the results: SIXCSLKS Missti. 1'ye vs. Miss McBridc !liss'J'K. Jlecredy vs. Miss scratch. Mrs. II. G. Mccredy, scratch, vs ewitt, scratch. tiiegench vs.. Miss exander, plus 15. JlKN'S S1NOI.KS :i. 0. Mccredy vs. A. lia- scr. J. Wilson, plus 15, vs. F. tt. oodlnnd, plus 15. ives-S. Uumsey, scr.. G. scr., C. B. Garrr-tt, G. cCr'eery A. Fairliurn J. Laing plus 15, vs. F. H. Ryder MIXED DOU1LES Halsall and S. Rumsey r. Miss Hewitt and A. Raworth scr., Miss Pye and Garrett -30 3-6. Miss McB'ridc and Uoyston plus 15, Miss Mccredy and Fairbairn Mr. and Mrs.'H. 0. Mecrcdy Miss Giegcrich and G. McC'reery 15. LADIES' DOl'BLKS Miss Alexander and Miss Woodland us 15, vs. Mrs. H. G. Mccredy and iss Giegerich Mrs. Halssll and Miss Mccredy 15-3-C, vs. Miss Pye and Miss Erick- 40. MEN'S DOl'BLES Raworth and McCreery vs. airhairn and Wallinger afld Kumsey oodiand and Bqyston plus lo. Garrett and Mc'Ewan -153-6, vs. aing and Wilson plus 15. Tlic following matches will be play- d on Saturday the opening day 2.30. Miss Mccredy vs. Miss Wood- nd. 2.30. Jx Laing vs. P. Ryder. 4 30 Miss Mccredy and Mrs. Hal- all vs. Miss Pye and Miss Erick- 4.30. Garrett and McEwan vs aing and Wilson. j 7.00. Winner of "B" vs. A. Fair- urn. 1ENIEH BASEBML10UKV Lethbridge city will be represented y a strong baseball team in the asehall tournament in the Raymond Carnival on August 31st. Manager SariK nf- the Kaox team has entered a cam, and talking to a Herald rcpre- entative he staled that the team en- ered would be a strong one, and give he best team in the south a run for he honors. The team will be made p mostly of Knox players. One or of the weak points in the team .will be strengthened by old and sea- pned players. LOOK HERE CITY FOOBALL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH TUESDAY NIGHT North Lethbridge United and the S.O.-E'. football teams will again en- leavor to settle the football suprem- icy of the city next week. The game IM been set for Tuesday night at 6.45. Note the change of day. It hat jeen customary to play all football matches this season on Thursday ev- inings. "MADE IN CANADA" ARROW t for 25 cents Uliitn. SiliiBul. l Its a, Happy Tf{ All kinds of tedium may be relieved by a really good smoke W is made less irksome by smoking Black Cat C igarettes -IO for 10 Cents Tour day's untile ot work will he foiiRl.t more cheerfully It Cat. Tills sweet smoke is so all-sails fling, dial yoi Officers' mess, as in the Camp cnntccn. Tnko as YOUH any store In Cnnndn. you know tho latest news from the front? Then oblalnuMe by sending 30 Black Cat coupons to Montreal. More than a it ti zone ffcogranliy, and the slralcRy and U slip now enclosed In Black Cnt pit particulars of I'rotlt Sharing Gift! Mount Royal College CALGARY. High-class Residential and Day College for Boys and Young Men, Girls and. Young OPENING OF FALL TERM, MONDAY, SEPT. 13th, 1915. f BUSINESS Stenography, Accountancy, Type-. MUSlC-Full Conservatory Course-Vocal, Instrumental and Theory. and High School Grades; Preparation for the University and' Teachers- Ladies' College Course for Girls; French Conversation Classes.; FINE Painting; Water Colors; Leather Work, I'4c. 5XPRESSION AND PHYSICAL Art, Public Speaking. JOUSEHOLD'SCIENCE. For full information and Calendar apply REV. GEORGE W. KlriBY, B.A.. D.D.. Principal. SIX WEEKS HENCE The world series games are only matter of six weeks away, and to the strictly neutral observer the en- tries for the annual classic are still mystery. .The league schedules close the second week- ot October The world series follows immediate- ly. Especially is the matter compli- cated in trie National League, where four teams are still very much in the running, and two more are conceded possibilities by the bookmakers. In the.Amcrical League the ones are. giving it to the Boston Red Sox. The decision, is popular outside Detroit and Chicago. Opinion in the baseball circles wa pretty evenly divided bet-ween th Phillies and Superbas lor the pick o the Tener circuit. The sporting Ira tcrnity is suspicious still that th the Phillies arc going to crack the stretch, and they want to b out from it comes. Th Quakers were still on the long end of the odds, but betting men frankly admit' they don't know how to play their money. Grizzled basebs.ll men say that nev- er in the history of the game did they see the teams so bunched so late in the season. Usually the thing lies between two or possibly three teams, the third week in this voar six clubs are still in the running, and from the teat ol Cincra- -.ati in taking tour straight from the Pirates it appears as though the Reds were going to make a belated bid for iioriors. Montreal, Aug. owned by F. J. Daly, of Petcrboro, Ont., established a new Canadian record for a competition mile in the Grand Circuit races "at Dorval- track today by steppinz the distance iri pac- ing contest un She had won the two previous heats with compar- ative ease, and her time in the final heat was the feature of the .second day of the Grand Circuit in Mont- real. LUMBER MILLS RAISING WAGES CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. Cranbrook Red Cross Society is sending two large boxes of 'Red Cross supplies to the front .this week. Schools to Open I The Cranhrook schools open Mon- day next, August 23rd: The school hoard has been successful in complet- ing its start, which will be as fol- lows: R. II. Ashmore, M.A., princi- pal of High school 'R, S. Shields, B.A.. principal of Central public, school and teacher in division Iv- or Bassett assistant principal divi- sion II.; Miss E. M. Bechtel, divi- sion II. Giegcrich, division IV.; Miss J. R. Richards, .division V- Miss Bessie Pye, division. Miss E. Fisher, division VIL; 'Miss N. Faulkner, division VII.; Miss .A. McLellaml, div sion IX.; A. H, Webb, manual training instructor Miss A'. Woodlandf principal South -Ward school, and Mrs. .J. M. Deane, as- sistant. Miss Daisy McCallum, the latest arrival, will, have charge of the Kootenay Orchard school. .The parents of all Cranbrook kiddies are asked to see thai the children report for school on-Monday so that the classes may be properly organized. The annual flower show held here Tuesday afternoon and evening under TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC A. S. VogtT Mus, Doc., Musical Director. REOPENS WEDNE5DIV, SEPTEMBER I A national institution, unrivaled In! Canada as regards the distinction of Its faculty and the superior character, of its buildings and general equip-: ment Send for Year Book and Local Centre Syllabus of .191646, and pam-'. phlet descriptive of the Re- sidence. Conservatory School of Expression F.. H..KJRKPATR1CK, PhD, Principal Special Calendar Public Reading, Oratory, Physical and Vocal Culture, Dramatic Art ant! Literature. Church School for Boye FOUSDED IMS BMUtlfuI. hrmlthr rfhl- Gynmumm, Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED, Bicycle Repairers Our PrlMl In Bicycle Repuln ,nd Good! Cannot Be Beit. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 5th Wrftl the auspices of the women's institute, was declared b; tin nidges to be the yest ever witnessed in British Colum- bia, not excepting Nelson. The com- mittees in charge were Decoration committee, Mesdames Burton and Kennedy, and Miss Hajslre Flowers and vegetables, Mesdames Fenton, Truman and BraKe Culinrn, Ales- dames Tisdale Brake and Coutts Candy stall, Mesdames Clapp and Clarke, and.Miss Kimpton..-Refresh- ments, Mesdames Camp- bell, Sanderson, MacMilIau, Smoke Elgin, 111., Aug. 'aO-.-Earl Cooper won the 300-mile automobile rood race for tne Chicago Automobile club trophv here today. His time was 4 01-32, or 74.97 miles an hour. Cooper's team'mate, Oil Anderson, was second, in Barney Old- field who drove one of the prettiest road races of. his career, was third. HERB SKEITH BILLIARD CHAMPION CHINOOK CLUB H ,1. H. Skeith .defeated R. V. Gib- bons in match for the bil- liard championship of tho Chinook club. _______ CROSS WAS BEATEN New .York, N.Y., 'Aug. Griffiths of Akron, Ohio, outpointed Leach .Crols of New York in eight rounds of. their ten-round bout at Eb- hetti. Field, Brooklyn, last GORDON'S ROSS' VICKER'S Sloe Gin For Rickies ALL OF RIPE IRISH SLOBS AND BRITISH C1 ftft PRICE PER QUART BOTTLE C. C; PAGNOELO WINE SPIRIT (XK ;