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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE RACE IN NATIONAL M According (o Prominent Boston Baseball De- dares That Boston, New York, Chicago and St. Louis Will All Fight it Out for the Flag 1 (By Tlm Boston, MBBB Aug 88 week the pass the two- JhirdB poit, with the run King gmoottfiy with a commanding lead.' It'Is different in the National league Clubs that led for a time, and fwere picked as dark horses, have Iblown, and are floundering around wrong and This means Clncln- batt and in partlciilar.- The sensation ihas been furnished by the-.Boston; Braves, who were deadly Blow in starting; but after July swung Into line, as the best managed ball team' In-this, country today. George fitaJlingB, and one of the brainiest toy's with' the game, Jolmnie Evers, are 'working Jibe one -for results, and getting them out ot an ordinary lot of 51 lay ere and one phenomenon, .for ders, d? tr-e hall field at the present time, and working along side of Evers IB a more finished ibairpliyer ,waa Joe.Tinker in his %est days 'with tbe Cube Tight in National The race in tbe National league is jfreally just commencing, which meang veteran organisation will 'reap a .harvest this full, while the American .look on. The .Giants are veterans who wilt fight to the end, and McGraw is a resourceful manager wljl jet strengthen the weak of his team Miller Muggins has fit .Louin team scrapping, kind during their next two weeks at home they are-likely to 'bother the leaders Then there Is Chicago witli-s. good chance clubs ith a fine cbsscs for the big money.- .The Bos- ton Braves have shown '-a rich burst of speed, equalled only by the'cham- pion Athletics 'it'l's bj far the fin- est.ball-played-by. a Boston club seen here since 1897. They have perfect team work, and-with a fair, break of luck to the finish are bound to foe at the' top or very close to it on the- last day. -The Polo _ grounds are. a perfect aseball mint and a life saver for the National league. All .the, clubs have played to big nioiijy' 'there. this year, and the-Bravea'cut bff'a fine slice of the melon the'last three days of last week, when they played to in three days. Over 'was the _ Braves' share.for three game.B, and tbe young Maranrille IB one of the won-'' Giants' share liiust have been ciose to no bail park to com- pare with-the-'Polo'grounds for get- ting: the crowd and..the prices, and both, major leagues" are fliijpyiug ..the New York gaines at' this celebrated ball park. Yankeei Draw Well The New York Americans pay 000 a year thefuse of these grounds for thejr scheiJuled games, and I believe they will continue to pay the pride, for when 'the Highlanders are going they draw like a mustard plaster. Like all ball clubs that have met hard luck, they have the sympathy .of. the baseball, fans Zimmerman and Evers Fintd Apiece by President Terier ..New York, Aug. 28. John K. Tener, president National Lea- announced today, after investi- gat ng tins fight which occurred in the Chicago-Boston game in Chicago, he had fined Third Baseman Zimmerman, of -the' Cliirago CluK, anil. Second Baseman Evers, of the j Boston Club, each for their part in the afiair. Shortstop. Maranvillc, of the Boston Cliilb; was fined 'CAUSE 'OF; SCRAP Chicago, .Aug. a game in hich' Cheney allowed Boston but one [lit and runs and Saier scored hicagq's'.dnly run with a iour-base the tension, o! tlie close league race yesterday -grew so great that oi'lioth .Wheeler, had to delay the game -for; an. order to sign for a telegram he.received. tfr The -wire, none oth- fr er than When seen-last night said he was-perfectly satisfied with-the-.treatment he "had se- cured from organized baseball, am! he had-no-Intention of tak- ing'the jump. RALPH BRITTON WINS CANOE CHAMPIONSHIP Brockvllle, Ont, Aug. the course of the A.C.A., off Sugar Island, Ralph Britton, the Gananoque canoe sailer, demonstrated liis title to be champion of the New England states, by defeating HJ B. Murphy of Boston, the challenger for the mystic' trophy, which-Britton won from him at Bos- ton early in July. The elapsed time was: Britton, 1 hour 17 minutes 30 seconds; Murphy, 1 hour 22 minutes'20 seconds. WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon Mcose Jaw Reginii Medicine Hat............. Kdmaiton Calgary L. Pet. Guns Shells Game Licenses You can't have much fun or luck without a Good Gun and doo'd Parker's Trogan Hammcrlcss Shot Guns and Peters Shot Shells See iii for your.requirement! before you go hunting. EVERYTHING FOR THE HUNTER Let us equip you and save C.W. GRAY 310 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 76t. NATIONAL No games: Postponed, rain. AMERICAN Cleveland-Washington: Rain. St. Louis 5, New Detroit 3, Boston (i. Chicago 8, Philadelphia 5. AM, ASSOCIATION Minneapolis-Columbus: Rain. St. Paul-Cleveland: Rain. Milwaukee-Indianapolis: Rain.. Kansas City 5, Louisville 12. FEDERAL Buffalo 3, Brooklyn L'. Other game postponed: Rain. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 4, Montreal IS. Providence 1, Rochester 3. Newark 0, Toronto 5. Jersey City 2, Buffalo 8. WESTERN CANADA MEDICINE HAT WON J 'Regina, Aug. runs scored :n the sixth enabled the Mad ets to win last evening. Buckles cnly one bad inning in the third when ;he Sox crossed the pan twice. Score 4 to 2. FORFEITED GAME Moose Jaw, Aug. Ed- monton players would not pay fines imposed "on them the day before, Umpire Wheeler forfeited the game to Moose Jaw. An exhibition game was] 'then played resulting in Edmonton I winning B to 2. 1 CLOSE GAME j Aug. in' pinch'es gave the Quakers ji 3 to a! victory in the game with 'the Bronks. Only six hits were made off Baptiste, but they came with men OP. ished .from tlie game. In the seventh after' Saier drove the ba over .tbe ON HALF RATION'S troops at Pola have been reduced to half rations, and entrenchments are being thrown up around the port. The Russians are pouring troops into (Jalicia, and mak- alarming progress. HUNTING THE LEIPZIG British cruisers New right field screen for his Castle and Rainbow, and the Japan- home.juiii Zimmerman followed cruiser Idzuma, are reported to a. hit to left field and attempted tor to seeking along Vancouver Island stretch it Evcrs was] ,and the northern British Columbia waiting with tlie ball and when merman slid into "second base, touch- ed him. Something unseen happened, fee Evers. hit Zimmerman on the head with the Ihe player slid past Ihe base. Zimmerman arose im- mediately moment a free for all fight followed. When order .was: ..restored Zimmer- man, Evers, .Maranville and Schmidt were sent to the club house. JOHNSON GAVE FAN HIS MONEY'S WORTH It cost a Decatur, III, fan the other day; to see Walter Johnson in action for one inning in an exhibition game the Washington Nats played in that burg. The fan had. gone to the exhibition contest with, the 'expectation of seeing the peerless Walter do the hurling. The spectator disappoined that ho gave 550.00 to pitch one inning. Walter ss.iv that the his irioney's worth. He pitched just 0 balls and three men :o face him. r And the faii'-'went.honia and also minus his fifty bucks. CLASSY AMATEUR BOXERS Either the Sherman or the Majestic theatres will be en- gaged for the amateur boxing bouts staged here Labor .Day evening. Some of the talent coming In from the outside is said to he pretty classy, to say nothing of the ability of tbe local glove artists, and a number, of high- class bouts arc' assured. The tickets will be Bold at a nominal price, and a bumper house is expected to aee the boys mix. o -NATIONAL .W. L. Pet. New York 61 49 .555 St. Louis................... 64 54 .542 Boston..................... 60 'l .5-11 Chicago...................... 60 55 .522 lincinnati 53 60 .469 Broc.'ihn 52 61 .460 Philadelphia 51 (10 !459 Pittsbarg..................... 51 62 i45i If you want a clinking drink one that will give you ing of delightful frsihness and Tigoir, try a Ginger Ale and Wolfe's Schnapps (HOLLA.NCS GIN) r- It la as pleasing to tbe palate as the most delicate cocktail, and will do immeasurable good in stimulating the vita! organs ofthebodytohealthy activity. Vastly superiorto ordinary gin atall kaiils andrttxtt AMERICAN St. Louis 55 York 51 Cleveland 39 80 38 '.678 60 49 V57.4 .61 54 60 59 57 63 FEDERAI Indianapolis Chicago Baltimore HufTalo Brooklyn 66 40 63 51 60 52 57 55 56 511 Kansas City 53 St. Louis 52 64 .448 PiUsnurg.................. 47 64 ..'424 JapaneBC legation expects that a Japanese landing oul- side of Klao Chau will be made in i ew days. Distributors HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY. IN HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE "Twain of Comfort" In the centre of andfilorcBonlKiUiriileii, fliiildinet and marble. ECROFSAN nAN-SI for the German cruiser Leipzig. The belief is growing that t-ho Ger- man vessel did nat come north of Cape Menticino, Calif., where she ivas sighted ten days ago. LOUVAIN BURN'ED DOWN Germans have burned i down the city oi Louvain, Belgium. CANADA'S AID APPRECIATED Morning Post today has a very appreciative article re- garding the promptness of Canada and Col. Hughes in their efforts to raise for active service. BRINGING WOUNDED HOME all the wounded men brought back to Kngland will be disembarked at Southampton docks and sent to hospitals from there. BA'NKS DONATE iMerclmnt.'s Bank di- rectors today voted to the Canadian Patriotic fund, and for the Red Cross. The Dominion Bank donated ami tins Bank of Nova Scotia a like sum. HOSPITAL FOR CANUCKS associations here are considering erecting a hospital for the use of the sick and wounded of the Canadian GERMANS GUARD, BRUSSELS have placed number .of quick-firing guns in the outskirts of Brussels to guard from Antwerp. ALLEGES COWARDICE Gervnis of the Seine district, writing in Lc Matin, blames the defeat of the French of- fensive movement in Lorraine on the Army Corps, which, he said, lied before the enemy. UNSEEN ENEMY Gordon Betts, the Soulanges Canal guard, found rtead this morning, was-.shot through the eye. Soldiers at Sou- have been fired on repeatedly during the past few days: EYE WITNESS' STORY OF NAMUR Daily Telegraph today gives a story of the earlier fighting at Namur as described by August Mellot, Belgian 'deputy for Nanuir. M. j Mellot says that until August 13, the .citizens of Namur had hopes that the Belgian army would be joined by the French and English and would meet and rout the German forces be- fore they reached Namur, but on that day a' detachment of Belgian horse- men-riict u .of Uhlans and engaged in a smart fight in which the Germans were smashed up. This incident left no doubt in the minds of the Belgians that the Germans v.'ouM return in great numbers. They did and the result is known. The Bel- gians put up the battle of their lives, but they were compelled to stand alone. HALTED BY DRESDEN i New Evans, of the: British freight steadier Drumclifle, re ported en the arrival of his ship to- day .from Buenos Ayrcs and Trini- dad, that-on August off the coast of Brazil- the Drmncliffe was halted hy the German cruiser Dresden and that he was compelled b'y the Dres- den's commander to sign a pledge not to fight against Germany. GERMAN ARTILLERY IS INEFFECTIVE Reuter despatch from Paris .says a French Zouave officer returned frovii the front, describes some of his impres- sions "My ho said, "took part in the light around Oharleroi, where the Imperial... .Guard suf- ferfccl severely. I was sur- prised at the lack of effectiveness of the German artillery. Their shells when Uvay burst, produced a series of terrific explosions, did compara- tively little damage. MAROONED no news of any sort regarding the military opcr- between -Germany and Ilia Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer Kesort, with IS miles of Navigable Vv'ater for. aoid Row Boats f Good Trout Rates and Fishing per day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Pin- cher Creek every morning for the Lakes. forces of tbe allies ha? iieen permit- ted to come from Germany to Rot- terdam during- the last--two days Tourists arriving here from points on the Rhine, say that numbers ol woumied are being brought into thai district. RUSSIA ACKNOWLEDGES. U. S. OFFER Nicholas, of Russia, today acknowledged Presi- 'dent Wilson's offer All warring European nations have now but none has 'indicated nioro than jm acknowledgement. SIX MORE CRUISERS IN AMERI- CAN WATERS New was reported .in-ship- ping circles here today" that six -more British cruisers had been order- ed ,-to the.Atlantic coast'to blockade American ports against the escape.of German merchant snips and to' clear North Atlantic of 'the enemy's warships. PARIS HEAVILY GUARDED, defenses of Paris arc thus described hy La Patrick: "Par- is by its situation, is the stronghold of the national defense. This city is an entrenched camp protected by three series of works. "First, there is an inner girdle of defenses', a circle of and beyond these second ring of power- ful forts destined to prevent the en- emy's shells reaching the city. Some of the latter are twelve miles from the citv. Take it to MAC He knows wliat'B wrong with. YOUR GUN. Fifteen years' er- perlence with the Leading Gun manufacturers of Europe and America. Out-ot-Toirn work given -prompt attention. D, L MacDONJiLD GUNSMITH. Fifth Street South. Phone 1033, P. O. Box 346. WOULDN'T NATURALIZE SUBJECTS OF HiDSTILD NATIONS Pernie, B. C., Aug.. 28. In the lounty Court here on Friday; last before his Honor Jucige Thompson, the applications for naturalization of three ".ermans and three Austrians were leard. His Honor refuted the applica- tions on the ground that they were In- valid, inasmuch as the applicants were alien enemies. In dealing the, Question of naturalization his Honor' covered the question very and ruled that such alien enemies had' no rights whatever la Canadian courts of equity. Constipatioi an enemy within, tlie camp. It wfll amdermue the strongest coflltttation the viiocow health. It Kadi to indication, MNmlJaaa, impure blood, bid complcnioa, nek headaches, ane or tbe neat ftcantntcauio ofappeadkidK. To nemctltbilowMiioide. Dr.Morsc'r Indian Root Pilli poahiwlx cure Constipation. They, are entively. vegetable in composition and. do mat wraken or (ripe. Prawrve yaur htaltb by taking Dr. Indian Root Pill a Sixty Dollar in Prices of All Ford Cars EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, These prices are guaranteed against any reduction until ust 1, 1915. i Note the above statement carefullj Those prices are guar- anteed against any reduction In price 'but.'not in price. Therefore no orders will be aoc< pted for future delivery, All orders must be for immediate The same sturdy' Ford, car that has made for ifself a world- wide record for deprndable and economies', service is now offered a.pricD well within the income of the man of moderate nisacs. The New Prices are: Touring' Cai1 Runabout 540 V_ Town Car 840 All can fully o. b. Ford, Ont. IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA ONLY VIRTUE BROS. THE FORD GARAGE 1232 Third Avenue South. Phont ;