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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta l AUGUST 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE BOSTON DROPS BACK FIVE. sojourn the Boston Bme pt the top of Dm National league lasted For one daj the} raced along on cten terms the Giants It happened "York [rom vesterdav but Boston did and from the, noor The Rules of the Boxing Tournament The rules to govern the Southern I qualify a competitor for infringing Alljciti Moving lournamenl billed here tor the tuning of bcp temucr 7, Labor Da) untiei the aus (tlceb of flxeu upon Attonaut club been Ileie they aie 1.; The; ring -shall not be less than lo-feet nor more than 2-i feet square, rules, or to stop a round the event o! either man being -knocked down, providing thai tlie stopping of either of the first two rounds ig 01 e: shall- not dts (Ualiij anC competitor Ire TV com peting in the lira! round to decide ihe competition, in the event of eith- and shall. i.e formed of eight stakes pr man showing ,so marked a. super. or ropes tin latter extending in dou play thej lost, which put behind the Giants a matter of five points But me Giants' days, are numbered it is the concensus of opinion and the Braves will he back m first place be foie long probablv The fight the uppermost line four loor and the lower for Bupremacj Watching is hot and worth The IN THE A'thletici aiidfd o gamw to their string therein entrenching thsmsehes 2 Competitors to box m regula tion athletic costume, in shoes with- out spikfs, or in socks and to usp hOMiig gloieb of not more than m weight 1 to be Bantam IfJj lls and leather 115 Ibs and under Special 'Class, 125 His. and under Light, 133 1! s ami Welter, 145 Ibs. and under Io8 and under under Middle, over 15S more firmlj m first place Plank andt 4 Bush twirled the victorious double bill for Connie Mack b men Detro t took a couple of hard falls out of Ibs no limit (weight at ringside) iority over the other than a contin- iancc of the contest would serve on- ly the loser's., ability to take punish- SCOTT CUP FIRST GAME THURSDAY EVENING AND NORTH L.ETHBRIDGE The first-contest In the Scott Clip competition- takes place Thursday ev- ening, Callies1 and .Yorth Lethbridge being the teams drawn for this set-to. Four teams have been entered for the trophy, following is the or-' der of Callies vs. North Lethtiridge, on Thursday, August 27. Sons of England vs. Overseas, on FIFTY DOLLARS RECALL Ami the referee eau orrfe- aj Seutembei 1 icr round limited to Uo mm septemne ment uTes to be plajed on the morning of j (Labor Day at 11 o clock at the Ball 11 Ihe decision ot the judges or Park referee as the case be shall be final, 12. In air competitions the deci sioh shall be' given in "favor of the competitot who displays the best theh. style and obtains the greatest num- ter of pdinvs. The points shall he For direct clean bits with knuckles, of either, hand, the left Anj athlete who neighs rn and Hand prefer ed on anv part 01 the fails to compete, without or side o! the head- or body excuse satisfactory to tie lourna the belt, defence guarding Washington, and Bedient outpitched tei mo jearp the maionty of the Cleveland twirl 5 The. re Ing staff and won for Ihe lied Sox IN THE FED-LR4L The Federal league maj not be con Bidered m the same ciass as the Na tional and American b> some ex perts but the ?loguls m the outlaw organization are certainly giving the fans a good ract Indianapolis added more games to its lead yestci day deteatmg Brooklvn in the dou ble encounter is beginning to show its heels to both Chicago and ment Committee, shall be suspended Baltimore, who in turn each led the league this season IN THE INTERNATIONAL By winning two games from Pro Tidence yesterdav Buffalo drew up ever with the Baltimore Or oles who Ksd {he pennant cmched until -the fin al panic hit fie Baltimore camp and Manager Dunn sold out about fifty, thousand worth of stars. There's in this league. a'pretty six-team race F1TZ FILES -CROSS BILL Former. Tfiat.He, Not Wife, Be Granted Decree Aug. FltzBlm- Snona has replied .to the suit for .di-r Vorce brought In the circuit court here by filing, a cross bllMn which he asks .that--'he and not his wife be granted the decree. 'Mrs; Julia: Gifford'Fitzsimmons, in fcer Pltz-of extreme and repeated cruelty, cfting instances her, knocked her dawn and-otherwise maltreated her.' In his answer, Fitzsiminons admits lie brushed her face Hghtiy, but denies "any crueitjv further lays stress on -.his of large sums- of ihoney-for jewelry aiid. clothing, and for the culture'of'his wife's voice. He estimates her _clojthing and Jewelry have cost him ginoe their mar- xiago-in-1003, WON'T PL'AY FEDERALS POST-SEASON .SERIES Ban Johhien Taboos Game Between White Sox and Chifeda 111., Aug. Biin Johnson of. the American league Js In fighting trim, and ready, to bat- tle the Federal league to a there is nothing doing, so far as.his organization is concerned, when it comes to between the White" Sox and Chicago-Feaerala.' ;.Johnson today announced that the [American league "would not consider playing the FederaUeague a post-sea- son gerles hero or anywhere "Our patronage has been steady end the fans loyal.' The war, of course, has Its effect. People get interested and stay downtown to watch bulletins, fc.ut our patronage is very satisfactory. We aren't going to Increase the pat- ronage- of anybody else through, free advertising." slnll be deemed by two judges with a referee V time- keeper shall be appointed 6 The number of "rounds to be contested shall The dura tion of rounds m the trial, bout shall be limited to three minutes eacli. Jn the finals the first two roumls'wiU he three ;minutes each, and the.final round four minutes. The; interval, be- each-'roiind-shall onc.miri- utr 7.' In all competitions, any com- petitor failing to come up when time is called 'the bout. 8 Each competitor shall be Cn titled to the'.'assistance one second onljvand no advice be given to any..' competitor by his or bj ant other person dur ing the progiess. of anj round 9 Ihe manner of judging shall be as follows; The-two judges eree shall be stationed apart At the end of each bout each judge shall write the name, of the competitor am1 opinion nas won ilipping, ducking, counter-hitting or. getting aWay. When.points'are other- wise equal, consideration to lie given to the man who docs the most the leading ofi 13 Tin. icferee mar disqualify d, competitor ho is boxing unfairh In kicking or hitting with the gUne hitting with the inside }or butt-of the. hand, the wrist or el- tow, hitting or catching ;hold ot the waist or hitting when down (one knee or one hand, or .both knees' on butting with'the-head or shoulder; wrestling or roughing at the ropes; using offensive or scurri- lous language, or. not obeying the orders ot the referee II In the 01 question! arising, not prouded for m the cj NATIONAL- Philadelphia-3, Pittshurg Brookhn 0 Cinnnnati 4 Boston 5, 'Chicago 9 New York-St--. Louis, rain, AMERICAN St. Louis 7. St. Louis 3, Philadelphia fi. (Sec- ond Detroit 3; Washington 1. Detroit 0. (Second hit-ago 2, New 1 Cleveland, 3, Boston 7. AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis-8, Louisville 7. Kansas City 4 Columbus Milwaukee-Cleveland, rairi. t FEDERAL Brooklyn 6, Indianapolis 7, to decide such a question or inlerpre of rule. 15. A beautiful silver medal will each the il hind ihe same io the mnounc-j right to postpone the date of the cr {ot-.master of In bouts without incurring obligation, cas2 the judges agree, the master of I should insufficient entries come in o: ceremori s shall announce name [other causes present, the tournament of the winner biit.in cases where the judges dmgree the master of cere monies sh-ill so inform the referee who shall thereupon himself .decide. 10. The referee shall have power to..give: his casting, vote when the judges disagree, to caution or dis rules the refeiee to baie full power 1 Indianapolis a (Second r Pittsburg-Karisas rain. BaUimorerSt.- Louis, rain, "rovidencc 1, .Buffalo 4. Providence -5. (Second Jorsev City 4, Toronto 20. Newark 4, Baltimore 6, Rochester 2. WESTERN; CANADA DIVIDED" HONORS Saskatoon, Aug. Hatters be awarded-to the winner of class and a -bronze medal of same design will be awarded to the boxer who is second in his class, ifi. The promoters reserve the (taking.-plate-.on the, date advertised. .GET IN LINK NOW Entries for the tournament will be taken care of by the. sport-ing.depart- ment of tiic Herald, T. Lush, or T Halliday. Date for entries closes Sep- tember 5. LOOK HERE NORTH LETBRIDGE ELEVEN North Lethbridge United' team to play Callies in Scott. Cup competition on Thursday evening at the Ball Park': 1 Dunlop; A. Tennant and R. Bryce, Tlcfiberton and Frier; Ten- nant, Wlllets, Whyte, IT. Llnnlng, Strip at.the Bal Park.at.'G.lS. Kick- off 6.30 sharp. DONATE MEDALS FOR BICYCLE RACE Here's a communication received by the Sporting department of the Her- ald from some good Samaritan with a goodly amount of sporting blood iii his veins: "Dear apprised of sports to be field on Labor day at Hender- son Park, I beg to say 1 am willing to nut' up a, 1D12 Duiilop gold medal as first prize, and probably as second prize a silver medal; for a one-mile bi- cycle race on that day. I srtso would like to suggest a two-mile bicycle han- dicap to be carried through by the Trades and Labor Council. Thanking you for your valuable space, and hop- ing this will apyeal to the sporting public, I remain, "SPORtSMANV One need not look at the percentage table to'tell the standing of the clubs. All one has to do is to Hank O'Dny answers a> civil question. Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's Iambus Summer liescirt, 18 miles of Navigable Water fw Launches and llowVB.Q.ats Good Trout .o. Rates and Fishing per day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel leaves King Edward Hotel at Pin- cher for the La'kcs'. WISCONSIN TREASURY. WILL BE 'ENRICHED ILISTIC BY PUG- Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. under the control" of the-state athletic commissioh had reached its highest said W. H. Liginger, chair- man of the commission in presenting bis annual report today "It has also demonstrated that the commission Is more than self-sustain- ing. The state derives almost ?14, 000 from tbla department for the year." t The commission exacts 6 per 'cent, of the gross receipts of each boxing match held under its directions. "Ex- penses of the body, including the sec- retary's salary, are not allowed to mount .nen.aiinum. "..The state, therefore, is enriched by about through its control of this branch.of athletics, Last year boxing clubs held matches in 'Wisconsin, averaging four bouts to the show. Ten boxers were suspended or bar- red from the state.during the twelve months. Among these was Packey McKarlaiid, who was adjudged' gui'ity of-BtalliiiK. PRICE SAID HAVE BEEN PUT O'N HANDY ARTICLE- WHAT'S THE IDEA? Wan A fully signed recall peti- tion. Hest prices paid. A new conuiiodity made its appear- ance on the local market horizon this morning, and although the supply be somewhat limited, the demand is brisk. The Herald has it on good authority, that the recent recall petition, which was thought to he a dead issue, is still in existence and is likely to cause some uneasi- ness in the vicinity o! the cily hall. FIFTY WOULD BUY IT The instigators oi this petition .were appioacheil the other day by well.known business man in the city, who inquired as to what price would cause it to change hands.. Fifty doll- ars was offered, but the sale .was not effected, as those who had it', figured that it' was worth..more than a more dollars and cents valuation, to them, and that it might come in handy. It seems to lie' all ovcc the lahor bureau. The labor men-want a hur- eau, and; some of the other citizens do not want it." The commissioners don't just know yet. want it or not. The recall -faces them whichever way they turn. U they create a civic labor bureau, the objectors promise to bring down the recall in all its twenty-four hours. If it is not granted, there is a recall petition all nicely signed, ready to prove their undoing. "It is pretty small business to ac- cuse me or catering to the lahor said the mayor this morning! "The labor men. have -asked for this bureau for. three years, and it .was to have ;fceen .started under ;Mr. Tracy's1 department. I believe that they are entitled to it, and., that "it would prove the very best thing in the long run. The city would pay ra clerk S75 a month, it is hut :lhcn. the city woiild he getting the revenue from fees, so that we calculate that it would not cost the city more than a month at; the outside. Now. is to start this bureau if we are ever going to do it. It is hot needed in times when work is'plentiful, but would fill a nw! iLDw; when..the jobs are scarce." The .attitude of the commissioners at- the-present time is one of wait. They ate waiting on an expression of public opinion, and it it is not forth- coming, the matter may. go to a vote. This, the lahor men. are agreer and Quakers dnided honors jestcrday i able to, for they the voters with Lind opposing Kallio. The .vis- would support their contentions, itors took the first bag 6 to .1, but! in the evening tlrei were slaughtered 10 to 0. Jn tlie nrst the Hatters made all their runs in. the seventh innings. In the evening the visitors were held hitlrss until t-wo'were out in the ninth, when-Bliss, a pinch hil- one over second. No games at Moose Jaw and Re- gina, rain._____'__.j___.-___________ NATIONAL W. L. Pet. New York.................. 59 48 .551 Boston 59 49 St. Louis 62: 53 .539 Chicago 59 53 .527 ..51 58 .4fi8 Cincinnati 52 BO PiHsburg 50 59 Brooklvn............ 49 61' .445 BUT HAVE FOUR STRONG LINES OF DEFENCE TO OVE'R- COME IN GERMAN IN- VASION AMERICAN Philadelphia 76 Boston 64 Washington 60 Detroit 58 Chicago 56 St.-Louis '54 New York 51 Cleveland 38 .673 .576 .483 .478 .319 FEDERAL Indianapolis 65 40 .570 Chicago 62 51 .540 Baltimore 58 52 .527 Buffalo...................... 55 53 ,509 Brooklyn "54- 55. .495 Kansas City 53 62 .4fil St. Louis................... 52 '63 .452 Pittsburg............ 47 62 .431 Saskatoon...... BUCKSHOT Tip O'Neill fell down and. smiishbd himself up a ia.auto, whHc'taking n 'Moose Jaw midnight.stroll. is danger- Medicine Hat ous for a teetotaler" to be out after midnight. WESTERN CANADA j ..Now that Hal CJjasoJs at.liberty, to play with' Buffalo, 'the; St. Louis Feds will have to .dodse to keep the Buffs from-falling on them. After a time'baseball will Vake_up to the fact that a wise look and a strong bluff does not constitute execu; i live ability, unless there.exists n. mon- opoly. Let.'-! Percentage Lost Pet. Organized ball !i 2 .600 Federals 2 3 .400 62 48 56 48 59' 51 58 52 Rcgina Edmonton 52 52' .500 Calgary 32 G8-JS20 Providence 60 47 Rochester R9 50 .580 Baltimore fi5 50 .565 Buffalo fif) 50 .565 Newark ...57 56 .504 Toronto 57 56 .504 Montreal 45 V4 .378 _ Among those who should be pleased Kt tlie ecision IB Mr. C. A. Com- iakey, 'who ought to nek the courts to enjoin several others; of his players from ploying with his team, London, Aug. 4.20 dis- patch to the Daily Mail from St. Pet- ersburg'says: "The German defence in east Prus- sia !s based on four parallel and strongly fortified lines, running north anil south. Each is supported by nat- ural obstacles. The foremost three lines are distinct groups of numerous lakes. The fourth and strongest de- fence line is the Vistula river, extend- ing from the Russian frontier to the Baltic. "Outside these defence lines, the Germans have on the northeast, the very strong "fortress of Konissberg, w-Hh fortified advance positions at Web Jan and Habian. This fs situated on the flank of the. Russian lines, and must bo invested, necessitating the de- tachment of a considerable force. "The foremost three defence lines are extensively fortified. "There are important and perman- ent fortifications at Allenstein and Boyen, and the whole is filled with lakes, leaving only comparatively nar-: row defiles for the advancing troops.! The country ia full of fortifications, partly provisional and partly "field works, most of which are' armed with heavy guns. A frontal attack would be a very difficult task. 'The Vistula, from five hundred to a thousand yarns wme te guarded hj six fortresses. The largest nre'at Thorn In the south and at .Danzig1 In- the north. 'Between tbeni are Bromberg, i Kulm, Grauden andiMariensherg, 'A man entitled to rank among the first as an polled to remain far from the natile field. He is General Zoukhomlinoff, the Russian'Kitchener, who, is re- organizing the Russian armies 'Through him the armies, have been irreproachably equipped, and the: spirit TONIGHT f Dou't Fail to Hear Murphy "Irish Tenor" Singing all the Latest New York Song Successes Big Feature Photoplays TONIGHT TONIGHT E M PR ESS "WHERE YOU ARE ALWAYS COMFORTABLE" "Officer Jim" A Masterpiece in Three Parts DRAMATIC TENSE POWERFUL of the is the same as the spirit of the nation. "The defeat of three German army corps ia northeastern Prussia 'was con- verted into a rout by [he timely arrival of another army coming from War- saw in the rear of the enemy's posi- .ion: The Warsaw army, which was eery powerful, completely turned the German position at Mazur Lakes, and while extending Its operations over a wide front westward, beaded towards Allenstein. "The German 20th Army Corps thus >ecame a- nut between stout crackers. "The commanders of both Russian armies acted with energy and promptl- ude, worthy executives of the braia dominating the whole army; "In Galicia, tlie theatre of Russian trategy will be on a level with the plan adopted farther north. The Austriaus in Lemberg probably be-taken in a similar vise. rThls may be inferred from the fact that one army has reached ,the Rata, to the north of Llmberg Another army is advancing from the southeast, as is shown to the fact that nine1 Russian cavalry squadrons have- refuted wthe entire Auetriwi cavalry, divisions, at Plukhow. t 'The Austrian force retreating from Vladiniir seventeen miles from al, in'Galician Austria, has 'probably-' been cut off. "Grand Duke Michael, the Emperor's brother, haa .returned from .abroad, and is goiiig to the front." The Russian Embassy in London; adds the Daily Mall, while pleased over the victory at Oumblnien, stated that it feela .bound to war0. the .Eng- lish press'Tiot to con- sequenciea ot the victory. REASON'S FOR USING BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated f liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In counlries where beer is used as a fable age, dyspepsia is pi-aclically unknown. So is stomach (rouble 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 ciaim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show you. To those who digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to convalescents because it is it .tonic. THE LETHRRIDOE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 .......I ;