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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. AUGUST 12, THE LETHRRIDGE DAHLlf HERALD PAGE THREE DRIVES THE BRAVES TOM TOP George Sailings, Most Prominent Man in Baseball Today, is a Maniac on the Bench but Away From the Game is 1 Quiet and Really Handsome (By -Hugh'S: i Yankees in 1909. Stallings stiffened Tins year o! has brought to i it "P to second BIG OPEN BOWLING TOURNEY TO BE HELD HERE LABOR DAY BE ON TIME place, stuck in thc fight -to .near tbe finish and finally finished fifth. Then two signal tipping scandals in sue- j cession put him had again. Chase put' him in worse, and at the end of his contract he retired and .went) to Buf- falo. Stallings came back to the majors' hopele'ss tail-end Boston startled the I HIM fiwt three mongers ol bateball teamt-Btanch RMtej, Charlie tog.and George the greatest of tliese ii> Stallions. fl-e astonishing improvement in tie teams tins season has been Hue almost entirely to the selection of brainy, capable managers, for the; material mMi whioh they aaveiwork-; cd is poorer thin in any of the last, fcjr lcalling. lihc teahi-into first icn yrara idkision by a spectacular spurt and Counting the Federal League, Bill j tnia seasoii he has stunned them by Pmlllps, Joe Tinker and Otto Knabe unprecedented climb from last to' must be added to the Mat of men who a nlonth. kave proved themselves capaibie and: Stallings1 has much to do In the handling of men and with it. He is a giant C teet 8 inch- in ilire-tiBf. lwillag them in 315 pounds, a "magnificent head, a i handsome face, a east carri-1 But Stalliflgs lb tbe big uoise i find the most wonderful set of I To ine. be'is one of the; teeth in the world. i wouders and he has been: Off the field, Stallings is quiet, re- out-: straintd and masterful. On the bench. When Stallings was man he is a raving, abusing, ili Detroit Ban Johnaon made: tbreatening, slorining at everyone, irioleat caacgK agarast j and (he minute it is over lie puts an read him out of called him j arm around the .fellow he has roasted oh names. and-accused him hnrtlcst ;md tells him ;hbw he was Be on time at the game thic ev- ening. Don't lose a minute of the play, for the dope Indicate! a itron- uous tussle for supremacy in the first clash for the Bennett Shield at the Athletic Park tonlaht be-, tween the Lethbrldge Cullies and the Mcdicliw Hat Callies. The lo- cal team will line up for the game ss follows: Mclntyre; Bannerman and An- dersen; and Mcll- vena; Knight, Allan, Kellogg, Lin- ning ?nd Easton, Lethbridjt linesman: w. McMil- lan.. Referee: J. Gurr. Kick-off at 6 sharp. Hundred Lawn Bowlers From All Over Alberta Coming to Compete for Prizes ere now being completed for a iiicmster lawn'bowling tournament to take place on tile Gall Garden greens Jon Labor Day. Invitations will be sent to the bowl- lets'living in Calgary, Taber, Fernie, Maeleod and other places in Southern Alberta: The entire day will lie spent in tour- nament games, all of them open com- and entries wiW be accept- ed 'from'rinks or individual players up to Saturday, September 5. All play- TODAY Elgin, Ills., Aug. Wish- art jdied, tli s afternoon of injuries re- ceived when the car he was driving n the Elgin National road race, crash- ed into a fence today and overturned. The injuries sustained by -Inhn .Imi- ner, Wishart's mechanician, were very serious. Jenner was hurt internally and his left aim broken, the arm being nearly severed. THE START_________ Elgin, Ills., Aug. 22.1-L. Fountain took the pole and the lead at the statt of the automobile race for the Elgin National Trophy today, hut as he finished the first lap Dearborn was close behind. Mishaps begun almost with the start of the race, and three cars were put out of the race on the first lap, the machines driven by Shrunk, Tiilmarsh and Walker being force-d to withdraw. Thirty thousand people watched the races. Spencer Wishart was reported had- era, Experienced or novices, not mem- lhe Of his .actual crimes, .must have been chuckling, pulling for hiris. lu private life Stnllings is a plant- while Prtsident Johnson wasjer. He owns a bis plantation a tew him of baseball he-had a miles out of Macon, Ga., where his signed to lead the! team trains. CARPENTiER TO BE AN AVIATOR members of MM-leod G0H Clitb were engaged m competition ior tiie' Paris, the champion boxer, has volun- teered for fiervice, and has been placed in the aviation sec- tion of the Saint Cyr. Col. w Marchand, tbe hero.of Fashoda, t-hW'ipeak donatwi by the bas benn recalled toactiveser- Bna's Bay cwrpany, and a most U, vlce Boillot alld 'RBgalj cnam. afternoon's sport 0. M. plon drivers at automobile rac- Simpson was returned the -winner ol 74. Tee scores ate given Net Score H'd'p. Score O M Siflipson M KroujBll J B Baillie :J. Campbell Dr A Kennedy C.'''P; Mr.Gladdetf (F. Morris P H Tonkin J. Mobarty....... O. O. B. BallHe fT... b. Martin ._ E. F. Banies...... Vim the ytkri 1896 to 1901 this was iTgniaily contested, but between 1001 and 'the present are ne records-kept that was played for. .Tie foUowin's is .the. list of the rw'naera which include the names ol M'eil .known residents oi the town in 94 111 117 llff 18 10G 138 118 HO 87 120 118 128 26 -30 4 -16 2IT 74 77 84 84 86 88 88 90 91 100 100 103 gone by esf are chauffeurs of General- issimo' Joffre. Duval Arnoula, municipal councillor ,of Paris, has gone to'the'front with his five sons. former minister of war, Is serving as a simple lieutenant. S. Haultaia, M.D. K. Browning. McLean. McLean. A. Kennedy, M.D. Brown. M. Simr-son. No Wonder Why did he change the name of his pretty little home from The Nut- "He got tired of hating passing hu- morists ring his bell to ask If the kernel was in." hers of any, rink, will be drawn for! and 'an experienced skiy will captain [each rink. In this way every man. will have, equal .chances of shariiig in the prize" list. Already a .dozen or BO men, who have never -bowled before, are eager to get in the game. Those who have howled, in the cast or In the Old Country, are requested to send in tbeir names. The greens will be open every night from no'w until the tournament for all f comers, and will be supplied, as far as possible Tor aiJ new players. car. John Jenner, Wishart's mechanic- ian, also was injured. The car turned turtle at station 3 and both men were pinned under it. Wishart was in the lead at tlie time of.the accident. FLASH Elgin, 111., Aug. Palma, in a Mercedes car, won the automobile race again today. INSURING WINDSOR SOLDIERS Windsor, Ont., Aug. men from this city and district are The Gait Garden club and the Km-1 the overseas contingent, and all arc nire club will co-operate to make this one of the big sporting events of the season. A small entrance fee of "5 cents will be asked from each en- trant to defray the cost of prizes, Further announcements be being insured for ?50G.OO. FIERCE THUNDERSTORM SWEPT OVER NEW YORK New York, N.Y., Aug. per- sons'were killed by lightning, one was made in the sporting columns of the drowned by the overturning of a row Tonight Tonight Bijou Theatre Daniel Frohman Presents the Prominent Dramatic Actor Malcolm Williams IN THE FAMOUS DRAMA OF A STRONG MAN'S TRIUMPH OVER A WOMAN'S PRIDE THE "BRUTE" By Frederic Arnold Kummer In Four of Motion Pictures. Produced by the Famous Players Film Co., Adolph Zukor. ANOTHER PAIR OF PRIZES FOR FRENCH Brest, via Paris, Aug. French liner Plandre, which, when the outbreak of hostilities occurred, was converted Into an auxiliary cruis- er, captured the German four master Bannbeck, laden with nitrate. The French cruiser Desaix took the Aus- trian steamer Gradac, carrying a cargo of flour and sugar. The two prizes are moored in the outer harbor. LAMP EXPLODES: FOUR DEAD Lacrosse, Wis., Aug. per- sons are dead as the result of the ex- plosion of a lamp last night in the farm house of Thomas Straight, resid- ing in Hay Valley, a lonely recess ly- ing in the Bluffs between Hocktoa and Ontario. The victims were David. Thomas, his six-year-old son and the two children of Sir. and Mrs. Straight. DOMINICAN REVOLUTION ENDS Washington, B.C., Aug. re- volution in the Dominican Republic is at an end, according to a message re- ceived late today at .the Dominican legation. The American peace dele- gates and the factional 'leaders reach- ed" an agreement today for the selec- tion of a provisional president, who has not yet been named, the message maid. Herald as to prize list. In the mean- time send in your name to the secre- tary, WVS. Adams, Box 556, and an en- try hfalik will be mailed to your ad- dress. HENIE ZIMMERMAN The Cubs' scrappy third baseman, whom Johnny McGraw is trying to secure for the Giants in a trade for three play-srs NATIONAL N7CT- York............ 59 Boston 53 St. Louis 65 i Chicago....... 58 Pitjsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn............. .49 Cincinnati 49 REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride'' AT MEAL TIMES "ALB'ERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food.- Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal time. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious of all liquid foods.. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, that we can back up by proof. Come to our we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, PHONE 554 j NATIONAL Boston-riUsfourg, rain. New York 2, Cincinnati 3. Philadelphia 3, Chicago 7. Brooklyn 1, St. Lou's AMERICAN All games postponed, rain. FEDERAL Pittsburg 0, Kansas City 1. Baltimore 7, St. Louis 4. Buffalo 4, Chirago 2. Brooklyn 4, .Indianapolis 9. Broovlyn 2. Indianapolis -1. (Second INTERNATIONAL All games postponed, rain. AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 5, Indianapolis 14. Milwaukee 2, Columhu's 3. Milwaukee 1, Coliimliua 1. (Called n Kansas City S, Cleveland 4. St. Paul 2, Louisville 0. WESTERN CANADA QUAKERS LOST TO HATTERS Saskatoon, Aug. Beer suffered another defeat by the Hat- ters, Martin being the opposing Iwirl- er lest night, anrt hc was invincible in p liclies, though hit hard. Thir- teen Quakers died on bases. Medicine Hat 583 Saskatoon 2 10 2 Martin and Uliss Beer and Walters. No games at Hegina Jaw, rain. and Moose IN aUABT OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE loriM of Soli J Goafort" In thc contra or ihinn-tliettrM utorenflii both eitlcs, iluiluinic S op boat, and seven injured in a run- away accident in this city, as a result' of a thunderstorm, which swept over city between 3.SO and 4.00 o'clock yesterday afternoon. KILLED JHIS MOTHER-IN-LAW Tulsa, Ok'ia., Aug. Alva Goids- by, nineteen years of age, today. shot and lulled his mother-in-law, Mrs. U. G. .Meyers, fatally ivouuded his and then killed himself. .552 .531 .527 LEFT THIS MORNING Toronto. Ont., Aug. ,-Rre received this afternoon that all .458 i Toronto contingents for the war are .458 i to leave tomorrow morning. .150________________________________ AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston Washington Detroit Si. Louis Chicago New York Cleveland CITY AND DISTRICT Some Garden Spot C. Slariuaro, proprietor of the Col- SURRENDER6D LEGATIONS Madrid, Spain, Aug. to a; Tangier telegram, soldiers of the garrison1, commanded by French offi- cers, surrendered the German and Aus- trian legation. A delegate of Uie Sul- tan invited the staffs of the legatiotis to leave Tangiers, and they proceed- ed to the French cruiser Carfaard, which conveyed them to a neutral port. FEDERAL Indianapolis............ 61 Chicago....................... 62 Baltimore 58 Brooklyn 54 Buffalo..................... 51 Kansas City 52 Pittsbiirg............'........ 46 St. Louis 50 36 .670 -17 .5fi9 51 .536 5fi .500 unibia Macarni works, has one of thol''1 56 .486 jinefit gardnns in the city. He has 59 .482 j grown over twenty different varieties 62 .440 of vegetabes, including many Italian 70 .325 plants, which proved very prolific in Southern Alberta soil. TORONTO'S GENEROSITY 'Toronto, Ont., Aug. Hocken visited the camp at Long Branch yesterday, and Informed Major Marshall, who was in command thnt the city 'will insure the lives of all men who finally leave for the front. He further stated that all or any In- digent families left belllnd1 would be cared for at the expense of the munl- The War Today At a Glance THE WAR OVEBNIOHT The German forces are partially vesting the fortified city of with a large force, which It operating against It with heavy artillery. The olty, situated at the confluence of the Meuse and Sambre rivers, Is noted for Its tenacity In holding off an enemy, having many times wlthstood'fer'leng periods, attaoKn by the French and the English and Dutch. Having taken Brawls, German cav- alry and an army corps of Infrmtpy are reported proceeding westward both banks of the Whtther it Is the intention of the Qermani to pro- ceed to Antwerp or to out their -way through into France Is'not known, but It Is believed thai Antwerp at present ii their objective. Almoat ftflMli- mlles northwest of Brussels, and Wet. tern, eight miles southwest of Otisnt, has been captured by the PrultlMfe An official dispatch lisuerf-ln declares the flaltio free of hostile ships. Austria has called varloua rmrvwti to the colors. U. S. ARMY PROMOTIONS WaBhington, D.C., Aw. dent Wilson todaj- nominated Colonel Henry P. McCain to ba eral wltti the rank of brlfen'iei-gen- eral, vice AdJntant-GeneraJ Oebrts Au- drewB, to be retired. THANHOUSER PRESIDENT KILLED; New York, N.Y., Aug. .T. Kite of New Rochelle, president of the Thanhouser Film Corporation, whose automobile turned a sault off airldge last night, -when he swen-ed to avoid striking a child, died of hts injuries. i, GERMAN VICTORY? t Washington, D.C., Aug. An official German dispatch re- ports a "magnificent victory" of the German forces between Metz and the Vosges Moun- tains. No additional' details are given. .555 .554 .537 .511 .505 .480 .4301 .113 ATHLETICS' NEW PITCHERS Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. pre- paration for the numerous double- iieadero on the schedule of the Phila- delphia American league teami Mana- ger Mack yesterday signed two uew pitchers: Jensen of the Now Haven Learn of the Eastern association, and Strieker, a former Tri-State player, who.has been with the Chambersburg, Pa., teum. He also recalled Catcher Mc'Avoy from the Baltimore Interna- :itnals. The injury .sustained by Catcher Lapp on Thursday left the local team with only Stnrgis, a youngster, io assist Schang in tbo Jack- stop. HAGEN BEATS OUIMET hicaEo, 111., Aug, C. Hagen, twenty-two years old, native professional of Rochester, N.Y., today lisplaced Francis Ouimet as open golf champion of America, by winning the tournament at Midlothian with a meda! score of 290 for the 72 holes. BUCKSHOT As to the new member of the Davis Cup defending team he's a Behr. Jess Willard wants to fight Jack Johnson. If they'd just look them- selves up in a six by ten room we'd te rooting for them to get together. Who said American chivalry was dead 1 Someone, lei, the President's daughter win at tennis. Golfers arc voting to decide what an amateur is. It ought to bo easy. An amateur is a fellow who cele- brates when lie gels a. 90. If these wheat prices soar we'll fee continue to l-honi forj.he Two Bank Boys Enlist Messrs. Rosenroll and McKean of the Imperial Bank staff here, were am- ong those who have enlisted for infan- try service in the first Lethbridse con- tingent of infantrymen, and the second, to leave this city for active service. The first souad 'was composed of ar- tillerymen, but uoth contingents will join the first Canadian contribution to the Imperial forces. Cane Sugar Coming In? It is reported in the city this morn- ing, that the Knight Sugar Co. at Ray- mond is in receipt of fifteen carloads of raw cane sugar from the United States. This, together with the pounds of raw 3ugar from Ger- many, will assure a good fall run. The duty on the American shipment was double the ordinary tax. Mall Restrictions All mail for countries at war with Britain will not be forwarded. Tins intimation has been received by Post- master Higinbothara from the Post Of- fice department. All other mail 'will be taken and sent forward as promptly as ever. Parct'is are all closely exam- ined and strictest regulations are In force with regard to contraband of war or explosives. Volunteers Send Back Word Each member of the past office staff here has received postals from their former fellow .employees, James Hendry and Wm. Brennan, who left last Tuesday to re-join their regiments active service. They passed through Winnipeg on Friday, August 14, and are now well on toward their destination. The men are all enjoying the trip and nil are well. Mr. Hendry says: "One has only to take a trip like this to realize the extent of Canada's patriotism. All along the line it is in evidence, and every town is alive with loyalty." The two men were present- ed with a purse of gol'd by the Post Office ntntf on their deiiarture, as a mark of osteem. Athlctic's percentage before Ions. ,1813. Kid Wellington licked Battling; Na- poleon, Waterloo, Belgium, Juno IS, Wolfe's Schnapps Aromitic Schiedam For slurpMinftht ippstiw stima- lltini dlgesthra organs fsnerally. you will Snd nothing to .qua! Welfrt Schnappft. it as a "toddy" with hot water, sugar, and s wins- glass of Wolfe's; wiA aeraud waters; result Is you will always find WoMtfl Schnapps the greatest tonte enetglser for the vital organs. Vastly superior to ordinary gin. OHainailt at nil JMit' and Rttail Sttra, DISTRIBUTORS: The Hudson's Bay Go. Lethbridfle, Alta. Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Sumraer Resort, with 18 miles of Navigable Water for Launches and llow Boats Good Trout Rates and Fishing per day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at ohcr Creek every morning for the Lakes Hotel it Pin- i .68. I, ;