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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THfmSDAT; AUGUST 27, THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD PACE THREE Million Dollar Mystery TO-NIGHT HEAR MR. PETE MURPHY SINGING THE IRISH TANGO Keystone Bi Comedies TO-NIGHT HORSE RACES TRACK AND HELD SPORTS Attractive Feature of Raymond Fair-Basketball Match and Boncho Butting Leading "Big League" Twirlers NATIONAL LEAGUE L. Aye. 1.000 Enzmann, Brooklyn 1 0 Wiltse, New York 1 -0 Doak, St. .Louis 14 1 Mathewson, New York 19 7 Vaughn, Chicago 15 (i James Boston .........14 6 TesrcaiV'tvmv York 16 7 Rudolph, Boston.......... 15 7 Alexander, Philadelphia. 18 .3 Strand, Boston -1 2 Mamoux, Pittsburg 2 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE L. Ave. Plank, Athletics 13 2 .867 Uender, Athletics........ 10 2 .833 Wood, Boston 5 1 .833 1 000 i HresKler, Athletics 5 1 .833 Yvs' Leonard, Boston 17 -1 ,810 "731! Shore, Boston............ 4 I .800 Shawkey, Athletics 13 .700' .696 .682 the people of Raimond and Wolfgang, Chicago....... district can gather at a good horse- Athletics test they are in their glory There, c Boston some excellent animals in. the district, noticeable among them be- ing the get of Herman Johnson, a Kentucky horse, which has performed the manv a crowd on tiie Raymond track Many of 'hi: colts contested against one anothe: todav, and the races were all keenli fought In addition to the horse race a full program of Hack sports was rin off, and at the finish Rayniom rnet- and was vanquished by the in Stirling basketball five, the final score being 33-29. The Rayznoni fought hard all the way and the Stirling a hard tus- sle. They will prove a formidable en erny thifr coming season. is a complete list of the results .of the track and field events HORSE RACES Free-for-all, half -Kin- R. Chicago Brooklyn 667 Brown, Buffalo Ford, Buffalo........ Marion, Brooklyn Seaton, Brooklyn Suggs, Baltimore 0 1.000 (I 1.000 0 l.WO FEDERAL LEAGUE L'. Ave. 0 0 0 SHARP SHOTS AT 1 LOCAL TRAPS H. Pilling Wins Club Cham- Muir Takes Brewery Trophy Lange, Chicago LeClair, Pittsburg Peters, Brooklyn ITCH AT TUBER spy- Saddle horre, hill Brim- Half .mils pony., Aus- tin Jonec. 3-Horse relay, mile Pet- erson, Heep. Two year old, half Walk, trot and fl'aj'lor. race; 150 'ATHLETIC EVENTS 220 Yard Skouson. Holmes, Weaver.1 High Skouson 100 Yard Skouson. Running broad. .Skuuson. Mile JOO Yards dash, 50 yards backward Skouson. CHILDREN'S RACES Boys, '5 years and Cfirls; 5 years and Webster. Boys, 6 and Stone. Girls, 6 and Strong Boys, 7 and "Stevens. Girls, 7 and and Baker. Girls, 8 and Even- em. Boys; 9 and Cooper. Girls, 9 and1 Hawkins and f Girls 10 and Holmes Boys, 11 and Chas. Urscn- r'ach. Girls 11 and Evenson. Boys 13 and Fisher. itos'.1- Boys 12, Melvin Lint. Boys 13 and Anderson. Girls 13 and McLean. Boys i-1 hnd Girls H and Kesler. Potato Three-legged sen bach and Strrihg. BUSTING-A BRONK Frank Holt had horse which lie thought couldn't :he "rid." Bill Was- WW The finest value of any Scotch Whisky Imported. Take one with you on your aunting trip. PHONE 613 Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer Hesort, .with 18 aniics of Navigable Water for Launches and ilow Boats Good Trout Fishing Rates and per day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel Stage leaves Xing Edward Hotel at Pin- cher Creek every morning for the Lakes, Raymond Made Her Dis-? Fair a Distinct Success UiCL CONTIMUED FROM FRONT PAGE The making of the 'fair mto a dis- trict competition has proven a suc- cess. One whole carle-Ad of horses ami a carload of poultry from the outside were turned down, and 1000. entries were cancelled on account o[ the rain storm, yet there were over 1400 from home. Tin; compe- tition was just as keen, the SOUTH AFRICAN .VETERAN WITH "PRINCESS PAT'S" George Sweetland. formerly with he Grenadier Guards in South Africa, vho has gone with the "Princess Pa- ricia" regiment to the scene of hos- ilities in Europe. Seattle, Wash., Aug. lives prize money remained at home, and some of it went to those who IIP" jiever had a taste of victory befoi ther that there were evidences ou every hand of a material advance in the quality of the sirts, since hia last visit to Raymond, 8 years ago. There were 6 different breeds of cat- tle exhibited, three classes of hogs aiMl two of sheep. There were many fine specimens 'of the lard hog, al- ithough the preponderance was ia vor of the bacon type, arid some ex- cellent specimens were exhibited. Tha sheep exhibits were somewhat defi- cient hi .quantity but the classes were true to breed and type. A pleasing feature in connection with the general farm exhibits and competitions, was the allotment ot 'special prizes for efficiency along these lines. First, second atid third prizes, SSO, and each, .re- spectively, were awarded as :.he largest y eW. per acre and tality. Field of 10 acres OP up- wrown n Raymond Grown in Raymond district, The directors have grasped another Fyfe or whGat ftt for mill- essential point in up-to-date agricul- ing> Sample to be enterft, and M. ture. They provided for live stock classes in which the exhibits raised by boys under 16. Right here hibited at Fair. A. Dahl, 1st; M. Y. Croxali, 2nd; Smith Bros. H. S. Alien, 4th. For the largest yield per acre. Field of 15 to 20 acres. Fyfe raMar-. qtiis wheat. Pure varieties and suit- able for seed. Grown in Raymond and must lie entered and ex- hibited at Fair. A. Dahl, 1st T. Brandley, 2nd L. P. Skouson', 3rd. I Thos. Spackman, -Hh. set down the glass for fear of. blow- ing foam onto ftlie table. NATIONAL WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Gome of tKe Clubs Want to Quit on Proposition Th'e Western Cariada league is weak In the.knees, and. same of the chiles want to call the stuff off Saturday, snd President Fleming Is busy taking a vote of members anent the proposi- tion. Calgary is more than anxious to throw, up the sponge, while Reglna, for .mother, Is putting up a strenuous kick agalnr.t the proposals. The lea- Hue has only'a couple of weeks more to ruii, arid It uoeati't' appear l.he good policy to-let tiie league die a natural floath, now that they been plug- Ring'albng so long under adverse con- lltlohi. The Union association protests that it is not dead, although the circuit' now consists of Ogdeh ami Salt Lake. The protest is sound. All the major two clubs. If it's true that this European war has exhausted the supply of. cham- pagne, the chances of the National Commission calling off the world's series is improved. Hank O'Day is talking-ot shaking up the batting order of the Cubs. He ought to offer the one who gets a base hit in three days the job of leading off. New York i Rnston Louis n ago Cincinnati Pillsbmg Brooklyn W. M lid 63 fiO SI 52 nl 51 AMERICAN; ISN'T IT THE TRUTH. The practice of .announcing war bulletins at 'baseball parks ''has be- come popular from a newspaper stand, point, one of the 'advantages or giving .he fans bulletins being that they have to buy newspapers aftor the' game In order to find out what the'announc- ers were talking: about. Boston Washington Detroit Chicago St. Louis Xew York Cleveland ,7ft B5 GO 5fl 62 55 63 53 (53 39 81 Ret. .550 .545 .538 .521! .681 :S75 .5311 .501 .175 .470 .457 .325 Of Course! Barney Phclan, Father Healey's ser- vant, was celebrated for his ready One day, while he was serving at din- ner, one of the gueeta said to htm: "Barney, why Is my ankle placed be- tween ray calf and my Be- gorra, replied Barney, "un- less it !H to keep your calE froin your corn." NATIONAL Brooklyn 2, Piltsburg i. Brooklyn -I, Pittsburg 2. {Second New York 0, St. Louis A. New York -1, St. Louis 0. (Second Boston 0, Chicago 1. t AMERICAN Detroit 2, Boston 5. Chicago 0, Philadelphia 5. Cleveland-Washington, rain. St. Louis J, New York 2.. FEDERAL Indianapolis 7, Kansas City 3. Fittsburg 1, Baltimore 2. Chicago 3, St. Louis 1. Buffalo 2, Brooklyn 6. AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas City- 4, Columbus 2. Milwaukee Cleveland 5, Ft. Paul (i, Indianapolis 8. Minneapolis 2, Louisville 3. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 0, Rochester 3. Providence 2, Buffalo 8. Newark 1, Montreal 2. Jersey. City 5, Toronto fi. WESTERN CANADA ONE APIECE Sask., Aug. doub'ic- j header was divided here. The Hat-j ters took the first, which was a list- less game, while the second, which fought all the way, went to the homo bunch. The scores were 12 to 6 and 3 to 2. BRONKS DROP TWO Saskatoon, Sask., Aug. Quakers made their lead more com- fortawle, by defeating the flronks twice. The Bronks hit to win In the first, but booted victory away. Kail to, in the second, kept them under con- trol at all stages. PLAY TIE Moose .law, Sask., Aug. .law and Edmonton fought it out till darkness intervened, and the game re- sulted In a tie, 5 all. The game was tied tip three different times In nine innings vere lost when the steel passenger hig and carc of thcir stock .aml lfa tlcamiiliip Admiral Sampson, of the were right there to note the defects 'acific Alaska Navigation company, 'j vmv to corrcct thcni or sv vas rammed and sunk by the Cana- comments with the judges. The boys' judging contests contin- ued today, a class of dual purpose cows, and one of bacqn begs, being selected for them to pass on. Joseph dian Pacific Prin- cess Victoria, twenty miles north of Seattle at o'clock this morning. The vessel collided in fog and thick smoke from forest iires. The Princess Victoria brought the survivors to Seattle. Eight uf the lost were mem- bers of the crew and two passengers. The dead among the crow arc Captain Z. S. Mcore, Third Gtlicer L. Cocams. F rst Wireless Operator W. 13. Rick- er. Stewardess Miss M. Campbell, Seaman C. Marqucttc. Watchman A. Safer. Cliicf Engineer Allan J. Noon. Mess Boy, J. B. Williams. When the collision took place the oil tank exploded end J. Byrne, passenger, was covered with flames. He was rescued alive and died just they have annexed the solution to a fundamental and perplexing problem, "How can we keep the boys on the farm The answer was supplied here in Raymond today, By stimulati- ng in the farm boy's heart a love for live stock, which is already lying (here dormant, by giving him live stock of his own, to raise and feed, and care for. Every boy has a-lean- the largest yield per acre and ing toward some class of live quality. Fcld of 20 acres .or and this was unquestionably demon-! Soft Wheat Variety. Grown-" In slralwi here when the time came for Raymond district and sample must judging