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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1916 ROCKET PILES CHAMPION BRONK TO BEHERE FOR MONDAY v Tom Three Persons of Macleod ant] rider gently stampede and Tomjot the bucking contest wh camp out second best. Sky Rocket is finished up today. the dark gray owned by Hyssop Bros, of l.ethbridge, and was taken to Kay- mond for tho special edification of those .who thought they could stick to the hurricane deck of the wihlest bronk tint ever ran tho range. But Sky Rocket seems to h'j Tom Three Persons' nemesis. On July 1st here, Tom tried to riele him bnt pulled leath- er at.the second jump. Yesterelay af- ternoon at. Raymond, as a climax to nn afternoon's good riding Tom es- sayed to take it out of Sky Itokot as a special favor. Tom stayed with him for 50 feet, hut about that time tho bronk decided he had had enough and giving reiir-eml twitch, the champion Sky Rocket will be turned loose for tho benefit of the Labor Day crowd next Monday in connection with the CARDSTON AGRICULTURAL FAIR Friday and Saturday, September 1 st. and 2nd. Special Rates of Fare and One-third from all Local Points BEST HORSE RACES IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA _TWO BIG DAYS Snlendid Track Nearly Offered in Race Prizes Alone WHIRLWIND AUTQ RACES GOOD TIME ASSURED ne v stampede which Hyssop Uros. are staK-j ing for the benefit of the Labor Day attractions. Nearly all tlie hoys who rode here on July 1st were at Ray- mond and made the meet. Ray Knight says be will come in 'ind help stage the meet here. The horse races at Raymond were also good1, anil tho owners arc contem- plating taking their horses to Ciu-clston for tho fair there Friday and Saturday and bringing them to kothbridgo for the Labor Day sportn. If they do there will be some good races here Monday. JUNIOR BASEBALL PRACTICE WERE BIG Al (Special to the Raymond, Alberta, August 30. The stampede yesterday, attended by over two thousand people, was a Bplondid success. "With Hay Knight In charge the program was carried off without a hitch and with a despatch sop and W. .1. Hyssop, of Lethhridge; Bill Brown, colored, Retlge Cooper and Ray Knight, jr., Raymond. The race between Kinsey's horse and Spud Murphy's racing dog pro- vided some keen amusement for tlie crowd. This race was for a side bet of and was won by tho dog. Kin- sey aays he has a horse that can heat the dog if the race is made 150 yards instead of 100, and another meeting may take place soon. It made a good event. Oshorne, of Oregon, and making the leading western Canada fairs, took the quarter mile dash. The mile dash was won by Loss Lund's Silver Roberta, Roberts, of Calgary, second. The harness race was exceptionally In good, the best seen in the south. fact, it perhaps was not known that Stewart's the winner, Is one which is lacking at most celebrations. o[ tno ljest trottevs in the Dominion and a full brother to the horse that won first place at the San Francisco Not for a minute did the program lag, brother to the horse but the brand of sport improved as tho dav progressed. Everyone present was pleased, and today will Bee Hie gramiaiantl again packed when the gram! finals will be pulled off. Finan- cially the stampede ia already on the right siele of the ledger. the steer roping contest Ray Knight probably did the best work. Knight has one of the finest horses In Western Canada for roping and bad It. on his opponents on; this account. One regrettable feature of tho roping was- that two steers received broken lego in quick succession and were shot by the mounted police present on the grounds. Today there will be no rop- ing as the space is a little cramped anil other steers may be killed which Is something the management does not desire. Gus McGregor roped the first steer iiiat sustained the broken leg. In both instances it was purely accidental. In the riding events there was some fast work in evidence. Both horses and steers bucked in genuine, old stylo but the real excitement was started when a bunch, of Hyssop's trained huckers were run into the cor- ral and made their bow before the crowd. The best riding talent were assigned these animals but up to the time of writing they remain uncon- rniered. It is said today will see "Sky- ridden again and this time mastered. The riders all did brilliant work. Tom Three Persons rode some vicious horses Sefore he met his Jonah. Ray Knight, Jr., surprised the crowd with some excellent work, and Doillthobor Jlike and his bucking bull was one of tue best things of the day. The gal- axy of cowboys present at the big stampede includes Tom Three Per- sons, Spotted Bull, Alr.cleod; Lovaring, Frank and Davo -Whitney, W. S. Bus- The Junior Lothbrielse foot- ball and basuuall club are re- iiuesteil to attend a very im- portant practice on Friday at 7 p.m. in the Atlili-tic. for a gai.ie ol1 football and base- ball to be held at I.iHlibridge on Monday, Sept. 4th, with Tahor. The following are mMiostetl to attend: A. Westley, li. Holl S Holt, It. Hum, A- Uant, C. JIassan. R. Gciter. Rill- path, T. Archibald. A. Wiley, F. Fanncli, R- .lohnstoii and B. Collier. liOBlOU Detroit Now York St, houis f'lei-elanel Chicago WaBhingtoi Philadelphi Leonard Comes Back Boston. Aug. Leonard, who was kntu'lied out of the box by St. Louis in tlio first game of Tues- Montreal, Aug. Gazette's day's double header, came back toelay cabling the report of and held I'.nwns without a hit or while Boston four runs off !the attended b> Sn Sam Weilman. Two men readied first base I Hughes to meet Duke ol Devon- hut neither NATIONAL Brooklyn Boston Philadelphia New' York St. Louis Pittsburg Chicago Cincinnati 54 1C 5S G7 (14 CS 78 .021 .fill .583 .491 .451 .448 .443 .371 Sensational Game Ill the eighth inning Leonard passed Sever- oid and again in the ninth he gave a base on balifi to Hartley, who batted for Woilman. Today's no-hit, no-run game was the second to the credit of the Red Sox this season. George Fos- ter turned the against New York last June and .sporting writerr. cnlleii attention to the fact that in '-both games Man.iger Carrigan was behind the bat. St. Louis Boston 0 and Severoid; Leonard and Carrigan. Cincinnati, Aug. 11 innings today Cincinnati and New York bat-' tied with honors even, but in tho 12th Easy Win For Senators Washington. Aug. 30. Washington easily defeated Cleveland 3 to 1 today. Of seven" hits made off Gallia all but two were scratches. "Washington earn- ed two runs, one off Coumhe in the eighth inning, and another off Cove- leskie. won first place ar. me aan L-i iuiuifacu ueu exhibition. B. J. Hill, consecutive singles by the visit- UAiiiuiLiuu. "-I1OUI "J High River, took second money, ami ovs gave them the edge, and they cap- "Mary a mare from Innisfail took third place. i VERY FEW RUMANIANS LIVE IN CANADA Winnipeg, Aug. can expect considerable assistance from her people in western Canada although Rumanians are exceptionally scarce in the Dominion. Official figures show that between 1901 anfl 1314, 8.300 Rumanians came to Canada and there are several Ru- manian settlements scattered through- out the country. Thers is no Ruman- ian consul or consular agent. o Benton and Perritt ivere wild anil were relieved early in the strug- gle. York Cincinnati l! Benton. Pal-rill, Tosroau and Me- Cany ami Rariden: Schneider, Mosc- cy and Clark and WinKO. THEY HAD ORDERS TO USE BAYONET London, Aug. Times' cor- respondent on the Somme front quotes a letter written by a. German prisoner nfielel enabled Brooklyn to win 4 to I today Wheat tallied three of Brook yn's 'runs, starting each inning which the visitors scored, single. Brooklyn............. St. Louis and captured on him. The letter shows that German troops of the 13th corps, to which this man belonged, had received the following orders: "Take prisoners, bnt despatch them all with the bayonet." The letter adds: "that would not be so bad, but they always get prisoners from us too; and then what woulci they do with BASKETBALL PRACTICE ____________ AH basketball players are re- quested to turn out at the T. M. C. A. gym for a practice game. Be on time, 7.15 sharp. ry to sell you othef brand WHY? Simply- because there o Lured the final game of the series 0 Bunched Hits Louis. Aug. hits, coupled with errors by the St. Louis St. with S Cleveland 1 6 1 Washington 3 10 1 Coumbe, Coveleskie and O'Neill; Gallia and Henry. Shake-Up Results in Win New York, Aug. 31. Manager Don- ovan shoojt up his team today, bring- ing }lagec lo second hase and placing Mullen In right field, with the result that New York defeated Detroit by a score of. li to 2. The Yanks found James easy ia-tho third inning. Shaw koy pitched a strong game. shire, says the governor-general-der signals, in this, his first speech since his appointment, Impressed the gath- 5 by his choice diction, his fec- of expression and his earnest- ness. "Expressing pleasurable anticipa- tion iii going to the dispatch says. "His Grace said lie realized Ills great opportunities which carried corresponding responsibilities. The war had placed on the Canadian pie additional burdens which would reeiuiro tlie wisest statesmanship. To- ware! the jiolutiou of fviture Jirpb- lems he counted on tlie Cami'liau people exercising wise judgment and great patience. Separation from the country in which his earliest assoc- iations were formed would cause him strong regret. For a quarter of a century lie bad been active in the political arena, out party politics woiild' now be left behind on both sides of the Atlantic." Detroit New York 8 11 James, Boland, Cunningham and Shawkey and Nuna- s I animals were a fine lot right through i i One old range cow showed a back Spencer; McKr maker. o.............. Marquiird and Meyers; Steele, Wil- White Sox Win Philadelphia. Aug. won iiati just as good from Philadelphia today 7 to 3. Faber ilorus. The cow Is a Thing of the Past Particular People Now PHONE 452 For Choice Southern Alberta Grown MEATS We Wznt the Trade that Demands Good MeatB. OUFS LINES ARE COMPLETE FOR THE WEEK-END DELANYS Limited Hams and Gonxalcs. Cubs Win Chicago. Aug. 30. Lavender held Philadelphia to three hits today, while a cluster of two-baggers in the fourth off Demaree netted the Cubs a 2 to 0 victory. Philadelphia J, Chicago 2 i 1 Demaree and Burns and Klllifer; La- vender and Archer. Pittsburg Shut Out Pittsbnrg, Aug. shut out Pittsburg 1 to 0 in the first game of a double-header here today, but lost the last game by a score of 7 to G; Ru- dolph's single after Egan had doubled in the fiith inning scored the only run made In the first contest. PMalilirg won the second game in the eighth, Baird doubling and stealing and scor- ing on Smykal's sacrifice fly. First game- Boston 1' G 1 I'ittsbnrg............ 7 Rudolph and dowdy; Cooper and Fisher. Second game- Boston r> I" 2 Pittsburg............. 1 9 4 Allen. Barnes and Gowdy; Miller, Jacobs and Schmidt. NORTHWESTERN Tacoma S, Seattle 4. Vancouver 1, Spokane NORTHERN First Dulutb 2, Winnipeg I. Dnluth 4, Winnipeg 10. Superior 3, Fargo 12. the home team at bis mercy ex- cept in tlie fourth inning, when three hits netted two runs. Chicago.............. 7 S 1 Philadelphia 3 4 Faber and Schalk; Sbeehan, Myers and Piciuick. Forest Hills, N. T.. Aug. first natural turf tennis championship of 11116 was won on the courts of the West Side', club Tuesday when AV. .M. Johnston and Clarence J. Griffin of San Francisco successfully defended their doubles title against Maurice B. McLoughlih and "Ward Dawson of Los Angeles in a four-set match, that would nicely lit a board two feet wide. A young bull also showed class and before corning away A. 13. Ives of Lcthbridge, bought him for Ills ranch near the city. Mr. Kessler had just as good an exhibit of Short- lorus. The cows and heifers were an especially fine lot, though the herd bull was smaller than one might ex- pect to Und. Tlie animals are all a uniformly red color showing a good strain. The Holstein classes were fairly gooel, though not so good as one found in the cattle bred for range pur- poses. One flue bull, the largest at the fair, was exhibited by Jas. Walk- er In the Jersey class the prizes wore "war. by Hay Knight for some bred animals. Disappointment in Sheep The sheep and swine departments were a disappointment. One would expect to line! some especially good sheep exhibits in Southern Alberta hut they were only mediocre. It looks as if all opportunity is being lost to Th winners wrested the tloubles induce farmers to take up sheep. Good exhibits at the small fairs would do much to turn their attention in that direction. And as for the hog classes, they were conspicuous by their absence, and hogs are bringing 11 cents or better, liveweigbt. Are Snow and Mrs. jerkins in the school work. Tlie latter was very good, showing grade work all through the schools ancl indicating a high stand- ard of efflciency. -Mr. Holfson judged the boys' work. Cardinal: Farley told tho delegates to the Convention ot the Catholic Press Association In the Catholic Club, New York, thot he hoped to live to see an English Catholic daily newspaper in the United States. PRINCESS PATRICIAS GET ACROSS QUICKLY the Raymond farmers forgetting the mortgage lifter, or have they sold i out their herds at the fancy prices? The poultry building was well fill- ed, an exhibit of about 150 birds by brook was the judge and bis task was not easy. In the exhibition hall there was a nice display of vegetables and, sheaf grains on the lower floor while above the laelies' and children's exhibits held sway. In the grain classes, m I-UTO.S Henry Holmes, of course took first Dawson. Except for the third set, in "oLonghlin flashed in his old- time form, the outcome was never in doubt. The sympathies ot" the gallery were clearly with the famous interna- tionalist and his youthful partner. Ev- ery brilliant placement smash hy Mc- Loughlin was greeted with cheers, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus L Toleelo n. Milwaukee 1, St. Paul 4. Kansas City 3. iMilineapetlis 5. Indianapolis 2. Louisville I. INTERNATIONAL Newark B. Buffalo 'I. First Richmond 1, Toronto 10. Second game- Richmond 2. Toronto 4. Providence 3, Rochester 0. PACIFIC COAST Loa Angeles C, Portland 1. Salt Lake 4, San Francisco 3. Oaklaiiil I, Vornon 2. perfect doubles. Griffin Plays Strong Game Of the winning pair Griffin was the more spectacular. His smashes and cross-court, placement drives from close to the net scored many points. John- steMi played a steady game. Diiwson showed flashes of form, bnt on the whole was erratic and much of (he play was directed to his side of the court. Both Johnston and Griffin re- peatedly bombarded him with over- head and half yqllpy drives. The play frequently caught him out of position. The entire first round of the singles ehnmptonshln was cleared without any upset, the more prominent players coming throug'n generally according to form and-ranking. The best match was the five-set contest between Karl H. Behr of New York and Conrad B. Doyle of Washington, which Behr won, ''The sales of Noblemen Cigars have more than trebled during the past three months, lato'y; Have you tried one WILLIAM LAWRENCE DEAD Wat- Hon Lawrence, president of Mm Nation- al Lead company, died here today iu his 67th year, Salmon kept up his splendid reputa- tion also by winning.some tirsts. Geo. T. who starts threshing winter wheat next Monday, won first for Alberta Red, while H. Cammack won out. in tho Red Fife class. H. Perks won first for the best sheaf of any other variety ot wheat. J. S. Ander- son was the winner in (be flax class. The exhibits were Judged by R. H. who was in charge of the display from the Lethbridge experi- mental farm, The vegetable displays showed that the season was a little too early for them, but still the exhibits were good. They showed by the winning names that the Chinese and Japanese gar- eicners who abound at Raymond, can garden stuff. Competition Keen Here The ladies' and children's exhibits ,vere large and the competition ksen. In the bread classes Elsie M, Steven- son a twelve-year-old girl won first, ,_ .i.c for- iireat! fr'nnX Ri- iison flour. The ladles' worit was judged by Jlrs. M. M. chil- dren's work by Mrs. Turner of Ma- grath, Uie domestic products by Andrew jSatmusseii, and f Ifss A. Owing to1 slow recruiting wi-.icb is prevalent everywhere'at present many units are compelled to remain in Can- ada for a ir.iici !oager imriod than they expected. The reinforcements to the Princess Patricias have overcome this difficulty by sending their men over in lota of fifty. In this way- drafts leave every six weeks or two months, or as soon as the men are recruited and practically trained. One draft has already gone overseas and will soon he In France, and only a few more men are needed to complete the next draft. On account of this method of send- ing their men across the Sixth Uni- versities Company never show a strength of much over fifty, which sometimes eivns tha impression that the company is not recruiting. Several splendid men have been tak- en on the strength lately. The number at present on the strength Includes nine qualified lieutenants who are proceeding overseas in the ranks and taking their promotion m England or France. The Patricias is a specially suited unit Cor these men as Major; Gault and the" senior officer always; try to follow the policy of laismg the men from the ranks who know the, traditions and spirit of the Hegimenj rather than taking on men from, other] regiments. At least ten of me officers at present with the Patricia's are who have gained their promotion in] this manner. The reinforcements arc re cruited at Molson Hall, McGUI Uni versity, Montreal, where their training' is faciliated by the use of some of the! University buildings and grounds Thd unit remains there for all its tratiH ing on this sideband piot-eeda to Eng; land- without going to Camp Any inquiries as to enlistment and service will be gladly attended to application to the Officei Command] Ins the Sixth Overseas Universities Company, C.E.F., Molson Hail, McGiu University, Montreal. BRETON1I ARROW COLLAR POINTS WORN FLAT OR ROLLED MONTKIAL THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.G.L., President i AIKD, General M.n.ttr H. V. F. JONES, Ass't Gtnortl I V, C. BROWN, Superintendent of Central Western BraJieho j CAPITAL, RESERVE FUND, j SAVINGS BANK ACCOUNTS Interest at tlie current rata is allowed oa all deposits of and. apwards.- Careful attention is given to every account, Small decollate j arc welcomed. Accounjs may be ppEned and operated by mail. j Acdounts.may. be opened in'-tlie names of two or more personi, with, j dravvals to be. made by any one of them "m 1-iyJhe survivor, Uthkidge Branch R, T. 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