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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, .AUGUST 30, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD- PAGE THRE1 Philadelphia Ii4 Brooklyn........ 61 St. Loulu........ 68 Now York 6i PlUslnirir....... Cincinnati Saturday Garnet Pittsburg Brooklyn........... Harmon and Gibson; Wilier. Second gurnet Pittsburg.............. Brooklyn.............. Maumaux n phy; I'feffer and McCarty. Chicago New York.............. Humphries, Adams and Tegreau and Meyers. Cincinnati.............. T.oney, Lear and Wmgo; Mur 0 3 2 S 0 Archer; 051 200 Rudolph Boston 4.. Detroit Chicago Washington New Yorto St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia AMERICAN W. L. 78 70 73 60 55 46 Pet. .667 .648 .609 .513 .478 .388 .388 .308 SUNDAY (JAMES Washington............... 1 St. Louis 3 6 Williams Sisler and Sm'eroid. V New York 4 jj Cole" and Nunamakcr Dauss and Baker. IN POOR SHAPE MENT WILL IVIAKE EVERY EF FORT TO IMPROVE ITS CONDITION Lapp Scott and Philadelphia Chicago ._ Sheehan anil Schalk. Cleveland 1 Boston 1 Klcpfer and O'Neill Leonard and Carrigan. SATURDAY GAMES Cleveland 3 !J Boston................ 6 1 Morton, Harstad, Carter and O Nell; Ruth, Mays and Thomas. Second game: 3 s Cleveland B l Shore and'Cady; Collamore, Carter O'Kell. New York.............. 150 Detroit................ D 1 Caldwell and Nunamaker, James, C'ldham and Stanage. Second game: New z a b Iu Fisher. Vance and Aleiander; Cov- The Aquatic club's -regatta at Hen- derson Lake tomorrow afternoon pro- mises to be one of the most keenly contested regattas that has ever been staged here. The Bowrnai: CUD is to be (ought for by the canoe enthusiasts and If the number of entries IB any indication of the excellence of the events, the canoe races tomorrow should prove thrillers. The dlvlns events, which will take place off the fine, now pier in front of the club- house, should prove a novel and in- teresting attraction. Beyond a buir race "for boys, there itro no new events, tout the best ev- ents from other years are on the pro- gramme. A line-line up has entered for the tilting, and this thrilling contest, which never fails to arouse the in- tense interest of the crowd, promises to be better contested than ever. The gunwale race and the upset race, all requiring skill and nicety of balance are entered for largely. The duck race, which corresponds with the greased pig chase on land, is a never- failing scream producer. Some fun is expected when these hydroplanes are let loose. The ladles have been given more space on the programme than usual, and it is hoped that they will take advantage of It. The list of udges will be substan- tially as it was published before. The committee in charge have details attended to so that things should go off without a hitch. Tile following is the programme of events, in the order in -ffhrsh.they will be run off. 1. Single canoe race; 2 .Ladies' tandem; 3. Long dive (one open; 4. Canoe fours. 5 Bun-eating race for boys, open; 6. Fancy diving (three open; 7. Gunwale race; 8. Crab canoe race; 9. Plain diving (three dives) open; 10. Duck race 11. Tilting; 12. Tail-end canoe race; 13. Upset race; 14. Men's tandem canoe race; 15.'Mixed tandem canoe race; 16. War canoe race. The diving events are open to ev- erybody, whether members of the elcskle.and Stanase. 1 11 2 13 Hamilton and Washington fit. 12 innings. Ayers .and Henry; 'Agnew, Philadelphia 4 12 0 Chicago f Knowlson and Lapp; Benz, Faber and-Schalk. FEDERAL Pittsburg Newark Chicago St. Louis Kansas City Buffalo Brooklyn..... Baltimore W. 67 64 66 66 !i-l 58 .57 40 L.' 51 51 56 56 57 66 66 79 Pet. .557 .541 .511 .529 .468 .463 .336 SUNDAY GAMES. Kansas City............. 1 S Packard Davenport, Crandalt and Hartley. Raymond's celebrated spccthi iy looked like as il n subsoil plow had been cantering over it alter the local inoiurcycie speed merchants had fin- ished with it yesterday. Seven riders, including E. J. McKcuzic, D. K. Mac- Donald, M. liarbian, licrt Taylor anil Harvey Schweitzer, Indian Paul Jones, Yale, and Jlort. i'riest, Kx cclsior, blew down fur a tryout be fore tlie big race tomorrow. Mr. Mac-Donald says that tho track was in poor condition for a machine full oi speed. A rider is courting loath at any stage pi the motorcycle racing game, and even on the very best ot speedways is taking his life into his own hands. The Raymond track was treated to a coating oi light soil which made it unfit [or use as a motorcycle speed avenue, al- though it is in first class con- dition for the horse races. The authorities are busy, however, today, and the traclr is being packed so that it will be in iairly good condition for the race. In all fairness to the-mem- bers oi the Raymond Exhibition hoard it should bo. stated that over. has been expended with a to making the track fit to accommo- date the motorcycles and automo- biles. But in all 'iairncss to the rid-, er.s and drivers it should he stated also that unless the track is abso- lutely hard, it will be difficult for them to stage a thrilling race. The Herald learns that every ci- fort is being made today to sprinkle and pack the track. Aquatic c'mb or not. The canoe events are for the Bow man Cup, and are open to members of the Aquatic club only. So It Seems "Into each life some rain must fall -The poet who wrote that must have had this summer in mind." Commons........... 5 Kansas City.. 16 Cleveland-Milwaukee, ram. SATURDAY GAMES Toronto Manning and Keener and Haley. Rochester Jersev .City Eric'kson and Williams and Shwcrt." Second game- Rochester Jersey City Palermo and and Shwert. 4 7 3 0 Oescherger 471 1 61 Crutcher Saturday Lacrosse Results The Montreal A.A.A. lacrosse team be played between tlie New ..-.I ViMfiri'i chilli; surprised the Cormvalls by lining yesterday's game at Cornwall 8 to j 3, .the .visitors' defence being Ecen here this 'season. 13y a score of 11 to 1 the West- minster lacrosse dull defeated tlie V. A.U. team at WcstiiiiiisUr Saturday ter and Victoria clubs. it was Tccuir.seh's turn Saturday -.1 the IJuccn City Professional, La- i crossc League gahie nith the final score beinp; 7 to 3 "in favor oS the Reds, at the Uoscilalc grounds. Nationals defeated the Shamrocks at Montreal on Saturday on tl in cheap rooimgs bear labels that were formerly put on better 1 urir uul 'joine-jobbers t mt it meet keen coin cut >n, so eiit tlie use tilt; wune l.-il link-or (ire mi; i Roofing quality cannot determined in I by any kind of no matter how it inorder to protect you from taking luch rnkt tbi. label of-quality, to every roll of our Biving ihe .drflnilo guaranteed .ervici, backed-by A. Urgert .Roofiwfc and Buildine Paper Mill, in tho World. You .etittiU K labol only when you buy -teed Roofing l-ply guaranteed 5 years 2-pIy guaranteed 10 years 3-ply guaranteed IS years Ccrt'ain-te-adV. made the roof for many years. Every fifth roll of made in Uje United find Such labels sidiiis. jirc sold by your fo loc'il dealer. Itc: General Roofing Manufacturing Company Izr'jftt tlKlmyVlrt'lrrr.l "f anil Kulldirm 1'uprra Sl.touii Boil.. KuuiCiij St.lllt All-ill' H.dito. (...don 'in a Pacific Coast League fixture. The I grounds at Maisonneuve by 10 to 8 former cupholdcrs appeared in the i the victory beginning with city with only iil men and us a less eight goal 'ir-aiUii'tlie -first Salt, which tlie a irishmen coiihl not overcome, silt eame was more or less a irisumci. coiiui not UVULUUU--, uiwib" farce. "One more game is schcduI-M t-.'lthcy made'a game attempt to do so. SI Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. wire, nainted n foiiagn green, is being nianufaetured here for use of .ho armies in Europe. Barbed wire, ordinarily, is galvaniz- ed, but .because, ,iigii price of a local manu- facturer devised a scheme to imint it. Steel men say that reports from ab- road show that a short distance away it is impossible to see tho green wire. Prof. C: B. Sissons, of Toronto Univeisity, is an- interesting visitor at the Alexandra today. He has been travelling over various parts oi the west this summer visiting the Eng- lish-speaking and non-Hnglish-spcak- :nf communities in Manitoba and British Columbia in order to deter- mine bow the people in these coni- I mur.ities have prospered, their agri- Aug. cultural methods and condition and how they have taken up the duties of citizenship. Proi. Sissons fccis that the "east -does not know enough about conditions in the west and he is cn- Calgary, Alta., Hustlers should consider themselves the luckiest team in existence that they are still in the running for the amateur baseball championship of Al- berta. They are in the running still because they succeeded in tieing up the second game of the series in the last inning last night at Mewata Park, the score being S-to S. That they suc- ceeded in making a draw can be at- tributed to nothing less than a series of lucky incidents, occupied with some daring base running, and the wild enthusiasm of 3000 -baseball fans, who shouted and coaxed for a ablv which to drag the game out of jecn> the fire, which bad been lost through slow thinking, and unwillingness to relieve Adams, who was plainly in dis- tress. As the series now stands, the Hat- ters have won one game, and have tied the other. In order for the Hust- lers to win the series, and become eligible to play off with the Bdmom ton Bearcats, they must win both of the games today1. RUBE GO MARQUARD WILL TO FEDERAL LEAGUE' RATHER THAN TORONTO New 'Williams York, Aug. Martiuard has decided to go to the Federal league. Marquard would riot 3 8 0 say which club he preferred, but it. 1 3 2! was reported on good authority that Crutcher he had opened negotiations with the Brooklyn and St. Louis clubs.. Second game- Kansas City 0 S Crandal! and Chapman. Pittsburg 3 4 1 McConnell and Fischer. Pittsburg 05 0 Rogle and" Frendergast and Fischer and demons. Second game called, rain. SATURDAY GAMES Kansas City .........'......-2 5 St Louis 3 Kenning and Easterly; Plank Hartley. Other games postponed, rain. SUNDAY GAMES Jersey City-Kochester, postponed, rain. Providence-Toronto, postponed, rain NOETHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Spokane............. (i Vancouver Seattle............... 5 .Tacoma SUNDAY GAMES Seattle............... 1 Tacoma (12 Spokane.............. 1 Vancouver 3 and 5 12 Brooklyn.........-......... 5 Buffalo Called end of filth, rain. Bluejacket and Smith Schulz and Other Federal games postponed, _____- AM. 'ASSOCIATION SATUI5D77 GAMES Cleveland........... 9 Milwaukee Second game- Cleveland........... 8 Milwaukee Columbus..........-. 6 Kansas City.. 'Indianapolis....... 1 Minneapolis Louisvillc-St. 'Paul, rain. SUNDAY (JAMES 0 Minneapolis Second Indianapolis....... 7 Minneapolis Louisvllta........... 1 St. Paul Second game- Louisville.......... i St. Paul 4 Called on account of 6 o'clock law. Columbus........... 5 Kansas City.. 9 11 3 3 5 To Sportsmen Remember, owing to the wai, the police are very, strict in see-, ing that anyone shooting has a license made out in Ills own name, anil also person has the license in his posses- sion. Therefore, trouble _ get your license early from C. O Olander, 524' 13th Street -Nj, Lethbrldge. f We hive the but pricei on Guns and Ammunition PACKEY McFARLAND TRAINING HARD Chicago, IB., Aug. Me- Farland, with a counle of weeks of the training grind be'fore him, began work at a downtown gymnasium 'tq- 'day, to show the. fans just what he has left in the way of boxing goods after his long period of idleness. .The 3 south side wizard anticipates that his I work -will convince the skeptical ones Hint he wii'i be his old self when he Ifaces the redoubtable Mike Gibbons 1S at Brighton Beach the night of Sep- i8 temberll. It was learned that Paekey. is weigh- ing around Io5vpounds, while reports from St. Paul are that Qibbons is down around 151. That soes what was predicted when -the match was the 147-at three will be easier for Mike than the' Chicago veterans. deavoring to obtain information which will enlighten at least'1 a class easterners. He is now working eastward through Alberta and Sas- katchewan and'intends to visit ithc Mormon'colony of'Southern Alberta. So far Prof. Sissons is most pleased with what he has seen oi the west. Speaking to the Herald, Mr. Sis- sons expressed himself as very favor- impressed with what he hau :I was especially impressed with he social advantages oi the village ite which many oi the Slormons live, t seems to me one of the best solu- tions for the loneliness anil isolation vhich is the curse oi the western armer who, owing to the great dis- tances. and the sparsely settled coun- ;ry is barred from the social plea- sures and advantages which he should lave. "I was agreeably surprised to meet armers who farm on a large scale who informed me that they had farm- ed for years without irrigation and lad nude money every year by prac- ;isinp dry farming methods. One far- mer told me that he had averaged] 25 bushels to tlie acre for many vears However, many of the best armers state that in order that mixed farming which is practised ex- tensively in that territory at pres- ent, may he really irriga- tion is a further ex- tension oi .tlie irrigation system vrtuld be a boon to that country. IWlulLlDFOR IS thlc yexr, buying: Give ut a cull before C. G. Olander 524 Street Nerlh. Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Pricei In Bicycle Repairs ind Goodi -Cannot Be Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 BARBED MADE1. GREEN FOR ARMIES CONTINUED FROM FKONT PAGE and nothing is being left undone to attain that end. The board of Trade has the meeting of the Lethbridge business men in charge: A brie! -re: ceiition will be given at the depot, and an automobile, parade-.will be formed, beaded by the Raymond Military- Hand. It is expected that Mayor "llardie, A: Buchanan, M. p President- Marnoch, of the Board Supt. Pcnncfather, oi the R N W. M. P., Commissioner Grace, and other influential citizens of the neighboring city will be here. is hoped the auto excursion, tun by the tetbbridge.board, will reach the de- pot simultaneously with the tram, as doubtless many of the citizens will travel in that The fair itself gives evidence al- ready of eclipsing any previous effort. Entries Saturday reached the four hundred mark. The spiirts will be oi a high order, and will he western in spiiit.- Yesterday seven speed liratis, who have entered in Hie motorcycle faces, were here feeling the track. The "bronksV will be brought in to- day from the. range, and the Kirk- aldy hull) one ot the most celebrated animals in the cattle country, will also arrive on the grounds; BARRY GOING GOOD Jack Barry is ranking a great show- ing with the Red Sox, duplicating Ed die. Collins1 work with the White Sox. :Pity both can't be in the worm's series. Yo-ho! But don't fail to note point 2 as you pass by. Sterling Gum is refined and refined. Only the velvety -bodied chicle remains not a trace of grit. You gum chewers know what this means. Crowded with flavor Velvety No Grit Crumble-proof 4 Sterling purity From a daylight factory 6 Untouched by hauds yum PIPPER'MIMT AND' CINNAMON FLAVOURS MADE IN. CANADA SuilaUl tr.aarils fur Iht disunity mil lalir. R. P. ATKINS HAS GOOD YIELD OF RE-MODELLED WOMEN'S INSTITUTE MEETS Now Dayton, Alta., Aug. M. Paterson and daughter of laresho'.m were ill Divton a days 'this week, renewing old ac- laintances. Wheat harvest in this 'locality is in swing, Tho winter wheat is all it, and though most of it was lying ov.-n after tile heavy, rains, little or o loss resulted. It. P. Atkins threshed a field of fall -e last week which yicidsu over ishels to the acre. This was the rst threshing in 1915 in this viclu- Gust Kanpp has purchased an en- .ne ami separator, and will thresh s own crop this year. The school 'house in tho New in consolidated school district No. is being re-modei'ied. There will e two rooms, and the building will e'. furnace-heated. School will be re- uined the first week In -September. The regular meeting of tlie" "VVo- len's fnstitute of New Dayton was eld on Saturday, August -21, at the omo Mrs. Josephine Foley, one ille north of town. The meeting 'as well attended, 32 being present, opened by a recitation by Miss Joldie Cress, and the roll call was liswered by current events. "A pleas- rig feature of the afternoon was pa era by Mrs. J. Schill and Mrs. H 'inter on "Co-oneration between the lome and and "Systematic loiisekeeplng, respectively. To the sret of all, Mrs. E.-GorriH-handed her resignation as secretary-treas rer. Mrs. R. Carnine was elected to he office for the remainder of the ear. After the meeting a committee f lour ladies served a dainty lunch Death of Nels Forslim On Friday afternoon, August 27 cctirrod tho death of nels Buc For lim, at the age of 76 years.. The de- eased has for a number of years re- ided with his son John- Forslim. a well known farmer of that district, The funeral was held from the'farm lome on Sunday afternoon, interment em" rude in the New Das ton ceme- iry. Aged Lady Passei The hotee of B "M Richardson, a armei residing near Milk Rner, was h.ted bv death on Saturdaj, August S flher, his mother, Mrs Phoebe nn Caiter Hicharosou nassed awaj Deceased had ,ived to attain the age ai 8S vcais The funeral will be held his ilternoon at Milk Rner A. Nixon. Gunner, W. J. P. Pamplin DtiV4 crs, J. 1'arker, K. W. 1'ratt. Cluniiers, G. Raiusden, H. Rams- ut'n, VV. 11. Kami Driver, R. S. Ran- nanl Gunners, L. Redmond, C. Driver, 11.'.W. Reed Gun- ners, A. Robertson, K. R. Rogers Drivers, A. J. Hussell, F. H. Rus- sell F. H. Russell. Driver, C. J. Sherlock; Gunners, A. Stainer, R. D. .Stcfens, R. J. Stevens; Drivers, Stewart, D, O. Stickley. ..'Driver, D. Thomas, Driver, J. Vcre. H. L. Walker, Gunner L. Wfiher W. Hi Williams, J. K. Wilson, R. fWillon, II. L. Witherby Gunner, V V, Woods Driver, P. Gunner, II. Wyne.' CONTINUED 1FOM FRONT-PAGE. Drivers, W Benger, Bergeron, W Hroole- W C Brian, C H. Bri- ans J. Burnett, Lawr- L B'own Druei R Campbell Gunners J 1, Campled, V, Chrfimcrs Drivers, A tt Clarke, W II Collins Gun icrs C J Cooper, J Craig Driver, J B Craig Gunner, P. Crete Gunners D Danes, J II Penms- toun Driver, H Dcnton Gunners S Dill, R Dqran Drivers, W Dimlop S Dupraii r Gunner, II Fear 7 Gunners, J A llndlaV G Fmnsson, C Fletcher, Drivels, Joe John Flower Gunner, C Ford, Diners, J Forsjth, F J '.Gunners-R Ganter C Gardner, W P Glenfreld P. J jfugeon Drivers, D AGrant, H Greenwood Gunner, T W Green Gunners J Heywood, F. Hoggard, H C Home, Diner, G Hustler T ingrain, P Ingram Diners, I Jaspei, G Jaycocv Gunners, T King, W G King Drivers, G L Langstaff, C H Liibaleslier, C M Larbaleslicl Gunners, P. G. Lcman, W-. Lewis. Duver, F II Lush Driver, Maxwell D. Lowrie. Gunners, C K Alackas, J A JMain Driver, F. Mansell Gunners, A Martin, W Martin Driver I G, Mathers Gunner, A J Matley Drivers, R H Miroieli, F S Mere- dith, Mitchell, V. Moden, J Moodie A r Moore, S Morley, Gunners J W Morrison R Mnr- clock, J B Murrav, Dmers, R, G P McDonald, T A J C McDonald, Drivers, McKce, J "WcDurmed Dinei, J. Ncwbold Gunner, S. HERALD SPECIALISTS IN JOB LETTER- 71 HEADS J BILLHEADS rv STATE- a. MENTS i <7 l LETTER DODGERS WINDOW i CARDS j BUSINESS k CARDS CALLING CARDS J MILK I TICKETS 3 BREAD f TICKETS BLOTTERS MENUS PROGRAMS; LIEN NOTES BADGES MEMORIAL CARDS RECEIPTS VOUCHERS INVITATUON t CARDS WEBOINXS TIONS I STOCK, I 1 CERTIFI. GATES 3 PRIZE LISTS CONSTITU- TIONS J I ETC., ETC., LEGAL FORMS OF "ALL AGENfVrit FOH fitcit-ip COMPANY LethbrUge Herald Job Department F. T. Supt. PHONE 1282 ;