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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis Pittsburg Boston New York Brooklyn Cincinnati Travelers Did Not Like Umpir's PACT THREE Annual Five-Mile Road Run Yesterday Afterm n., fl''g Foot and Motor Races-Laugh-Raising Greasy Gr Sg andoBflind Boys dive Uever Pony Races SHOW ATTRACTS SEVENTEEN LITTLE TOTS Time on Rough Roads Olof Johansson wins tho Lethl Daily Herald annual five-mile tnce' lor the second time in sion. The race was staged in'C ftion with tlie patriotic celel program of events here vestcr ternoon. Johansson led the Hi three runners from the start Herald office at .1.40 and headed. The other runners race were Axel Adolphson, last year, and Halpb Hall, w tan in this event last year. Tlie length of tlie run is tnatcly five inilee, the probab: ing that it .exceeds that Icnj Jiansson finished the run in utes, on very heavy groin nvorld's record time is 24 83 2-5 seconds. Adolphson jjust a quarter of a mile be winner, while the third m dropped out oi the race ha! .tween 13th street and the was running in spiked Couldn't stand the rough roads. Hall was iilty fi Bdolphsbn when he Uohansson was in the lead THE TROPHY A beautiful trophy goes mer, which will become hi: H he wins it a third tinv which Johansson is bent ing. The Hsrairt trophy ii tup mounted on an ebon; stands 18 inches high. Ye: ,-the third occasion that thi 3jeen run. WHO'S WHO Olof Johansson Js a ftrade, working for Sm: [Wilson. As his name im; Swede. He has been in. number of years, bflt h any running on this sidf Iter of any account ou1 Herald road race. At hi he shows a grand tmedals And trophies of rfcipns for races that he (the old country. Join treat runner and'ho'ha fthe provincial champion, iniles and on the.first, cion he is going out af several exciting events at grounds yesterday afternoon iwaKencd more interest than the motorcycle race. It is al- exciting to set: these speed [lash by and the three riders in ace yesterday, K. J. McKenzie, Taylor and Harvey' Schweitzer, at a clip that evidenced nerve [skill ou the part of the riders, did the 5 miles in 11.22, not far of a mile a minute, is edly fast time on a half-mile ,ically unhanked track with the extremely heavy. Kenzie went to the front at the and as Hie race progressed in- ;ed his lead foot by foot. At miles he had about fifty yards but in the lost two iniles lor opened his machine for all it oppedj ild .go anil cut McKenzic's lead n to about 25 yards. Then Mc- izie opened up full belt and re- ined- in front about the same dis- :e. Schweitzer was racing on a ill machine and was left behind by other two in the first mile los- considerable ground which he Is unable to pick up. He depended m his smaller machine to take the Mrs faster than his competitors It the track was in no condition to w of it. EVENTS IN ORDER .bout two o'clock- the of Herald road-race com- their .race by four laps around track, which was the first athletic of the day. Johanneson led al i way, and at the finish iras abou ;f a lap ahead of Adoliison, whc up. Ished second. This is the second that Jo-hanneson has won th' The next event to come off on the lorts programme was the 100 yards lot race for adults. Out of a good --_ )od Dunsworth won first place pMiicely, while .Campbell and Spence Axel Adolphson, secoi Jrace yesterday, is a cai wie C.P.R. niore diligent attention -ing he; sFould prove 'Johansson to beat.' game runner. Ralph Hall, the. thiri clay, is a city teamster Jto the race with pcact-i tag and it is surprisini wp so well with the otl he remained: in tlie gri THE -CO.TJ; course oi the Khe Herald office, run, evenue to 13tli stree, Etreet to 7th avenue, liue to park entranc to cooling shi it-rack and then runi the track. J. and W. Play Off Tonig Dominion Dny Yesterday, was a .Jawn bowlers of th Jrom the Empire ai in an open lawn Each game was well of the games being] bowl. The games dng, and after playii finals.had to be pc night at .7 o'clock, Reid's rinks will 1 ithe four bronze sol lockets. Here each round FIRST (Rev. Cobbledick Scott B Kirkharn F Ford W. ri Adams EK D Johnson H Marrs 'J. Reid laUled. hard for second place" 'but iponce wou out In the last ten feet. In_tho To yard race for girls of ii> nd. under, 2C eager maidens lined p on the track and after several __ [false starts made the distance in re- a' time. The winners were Mar- --Hfion Burrell first, Marjory-Sherlock a second and Hilda Brandow third. The winner -was one of the smallest girls to enjer, but was fleet as a deer. Thirty-two boys entered the 100 yards race for boys 12 and under. The following winners.: Wil- lie Watt, 1; John Cropley, 2, and Geof- frey Waddington, 3. In the intervals between these rac- es an attractive pyramid drill was executed on the platform by ten boys from the under the supervision of Physical Director Thompson. The egg and spoon race afforded much excitement, and no small am- ount of amusement to the spectators The "Winners were .Willie Watt, 1: Gordon Hutton, 2, and Ecklami Kaake, 3. Perhaps the event of tho day that caused the greatest hilarity was the blind boxing contest. A miniature ring was rigged up on the platforn with the regulation ropes, etc. Into this were led the boxers, blindfolded four at a lime, and then the fun'com menced. No world championehii could have been more exciting, and no burlesque more amusing7 than, to see these blind warriors stabbing the air .with vieions uppercuts and. swings and at the same time getting fearful blows from, unknown sources. There was no' lack of competitors, was in turn followed by Hall, by about the same interval. Three entries for the Shetland pony race made an exciting contest be- U-een two of them. The winners were: W. II. Reid, 1; S. Drinkall, 2; and J. i.Mc'Adoo, 3. The greased pole had been set for the first of the programme, but it took some time before the thoughts of the Juicy ham high up ou the top could tempt the contestants .to enter. Finally, however, about half a dozen good sports volunteered, aud for the remainder of the afternoon the crowd kept in shrieks of laughter by the ludicrous attempts of the ham- seekers to scale the gresy heights. The only way advance could be made was to rub the grease off bv repeated attempts, and eventually the ham was touched by Adolpson, the win- ner of second place in the Herald road race, and became his property. A pony race was put on in the place of the bicycle race. The side-spllttingest event of the whole programme was the lively Jit- t'ie race between one small -black greased pig and 250 boys. The boys won after a very close race, in .the course of which' the pig played foul, repeatedly tripping up his opponents and recipitating them in the mud. The boys got their money's worth of excitement and mud, .and .the crowd. ts share of mirth. The pig was fin- ally captured by George Chollock, one of the Herald newsboys, and he took it home Kith him. Knox Trimmed Travelers in Second Encounter by I Run The League Standing W. L. v'orlh Lethbrldge -I 1 Cnox............ 4 2 Travellers...... o 5 P.O. .800 .667 The disgusted fans who left the rand stand at the couc: jsicn of the U.C.T.-North Lethbridge game, or, rather, farce, missed the best game if ball yet played in the city league. Cnox and the Travellers battled New York.......... 3 Hrooklyn 9 Tesreau, Schapp, Schauer and Mey- ers Rucker and Miller. St. Louis........... 4 Cincinnati 5 (Kiner and Snrilcr Touev, Benton and Clark. Pittsburg........... 4 Chicago 0 Marnaux and Gibson; Vaughanand Archer. Chicago Boston Detroit AMERICAN W. L. ten-inning game, which finally ter- Washington minated in a win for Knox by a score Now York of 4-3. Cleveland In the first game the Travellers Philadelphia St. Louis The race for boys, 16 aud under, was won handily by Charlie Jones, with Hugh Mcllvena second, and W. Collier third. For thrills the five-mile motorcycle race was tho real thing, Although there were but three entries, ail of them were with Indian machines, with experienced drivers. The 'track was at first thought to be too wet, but the weather man was patriotic for once, and the sun> and wind soon- dried things up, so that very lair time was 'possible. E. J. McKenzle took tlie lead from the start and held it. Bert Taylor followed, and Har- vey Schweitzer collected dust in tho rear. This was the order at the f lu- sh of the race. The time was 6.22% for the five miles. The little tots had a chance to compete To? a cup thrqugh the gen- erosity of R. put up a cup for the beat baby between the iges of four and twelve months. Sev- enteen entries were made, and keen nterest was taken by crowds of lad- es who inspected the babies. The udges were Miss Dainty and Miss Til- ey, and thoy finally, after a great difficulty, awarded the prize o Mrs. Prank Hedley's exhibit, eight months old, with second place to Sirs. and North Lethbridge played some good ball, .until the game was forfeit- ed by Manager Green of the Travel- lers, who kicked on a 'couple of de- cisions handed out by Umpire Shover. In the last of the third Inning North Lethbridge had two men on, and two down when L. Dunsworth came to bat and hit a long fly, which Umpire Shover called fair, scoring two rims. From the pomilar decision of the fans and players, it appears that the fiy was foul by several feet. The Trav- ellers kicked strenuously at this, and resulted in Manager Green being rul- ed from the field. In the next inn- ing Bertrand's curve fooled. T. Tur- cott, who, in trying to get away from a big out got hit and was given first base. This was too much for Green, who drew his men from the field af- ter a big squabble with the .umpire. The score was then 4-1. Knex 4; '-Travellers 3 The second game, however, was snappy all the way through and ful'1 of interest. Four double plays .hroughout the ten innings set up a record for this year. Sang, who was n the box for Knox, pitched a good steady game, the support which was accorded him was of the best quality. Livingstone played ou short for Knox, and seemed to delight in gathering in the hot ones which look- ed like hits. "Toots" Henderson' was pitching for the Travellers, and was 40 35 89 31 33 23 22 22 Pet. ,li87 .603 .591 .525 .518 .442 .349 .341) Washington........ 5 New York 3 Gallia, McHalc and Henry Fisher and Sweeney. Chicago.............. 5 Detroit 3 Scott and Schaik; Covaleski and Stanage and McKee. Cleveland........... 5 St. Louis 2 Morton and O'Neill James, Perry- man and Severoid. Philadelphia-Boston, postponed on account of rain. FEDERAL w. Fct. .fiOG .59-1 .574 .55-1 .362 in fine form, support, also. He "was given, good Out.of the lour dou 'eeble's 'baby, four months old. The club relay race, S80 yards; vas won by the Y.M.C.A.; isting of Jones, Spence, Dunsworth nd Campbell; The St. Cyprian's SECONI Scott' Scott S. Adams P Stewart Clark Marnoch :ev. Cobbledick Marrs iW Adams Sev Cobblediclcl 'J Reid B Kirkham J' Reid is plajcd off Fr O'clock had vas finished ai M wini things .were lively for a whfie. The bicycle race and the four-leg- ged race for adults were called off for want of competitors. The latter was changed to a race '.for boys un- der 16, and caused much amusement. The winning team was John Burrell, Gordon Jliuiton and Willie Martin, and the second team consisted of A. ilellvena, Norman Whitman and Ce- cil Hutton. In the race for girls of 16.and un- there were 46 entries, so that -wo heats had to be run. The win- ler of .the first heat was Nora afac- leod. and the winner of'the second heat Pauline Stickle.v. On the decid- ing heat, 'Nora Slac'ieod won out after a very close race. The 220 adults race was an excep- tionally good one. Six entries were niade. The race- was close all the way' down, but at. about the middle of the couiao Campbell began to pull earn, consisting of: Kane. McDonald, and Collier, was second. Special mention is the mem- bers of the Gity Band, who turned out in full force, and though unavoid- ably late, madeoip for that by the ex- cellence and liberality of their music. The committee ill charge of the sports are particularly -to be com- mended for the dispatch with which all the events'were run the success of the .whole entertain- ment. H. J. H. Skeith, official an- made the echoes reverber- ate .with the thunder of 'his mega phone, and he was a'iways there with the latest.news, whether it was that the ice-cream had arrived, or that the greasy pig was not greased. At the conclusion of the sports at the lined .up and, accompanied by the city band, ;he bugle band and fife marched to the lake, where the Aquatic .club held its first regatta of ,he season. As each child went through the gates of the grounds 'he was presented with an orange. The )ig crowd went to the lake, where a pleasant day was concluded by watching the watei sports, and list- ening to the Aimers' band dispense engaging refrains. This band is de- erving of more than passing men- ion The Aimers band have alwajs a notable place in the mus. pal life of the and they Showed esterday that the} are progressive ble plays in" the game, the Travellers got three. The fielders were getting everything that came their way. The Travellers, got away for two rims in the first on a scratch, two hits and an .error at second base Knox came hack in .the second with two rung on two passes, an error and two wild pitches.; The game was scoreless until the.last of the eighth, when Hansch sneaked a. hit arid a wild pitch. The Travellers got a- run'in. the-ninth on a Two men on. bases and two derson camff to.bat; be hit to short stop. Livingstone had his man a mile, but the throw, although not a defective one, failed to get him on first. W. Henderson, who was on .scored'. The winning run was scored in the tenth, by 'Hansch, who got on' on an error at' short. Johnson got around to third, Sang-hit to short, threw Johnson out at the plate Wfay, trying for a double, threw wild to. first, and Hansch. came in. The rest of the story is told by the box score. Bond, c. Campbell, 3b. McPhee, 2b Johnson, If. Hansch, Ib. Sang, p Livingstone, ss Dunsworth, ci; Williams rf. Green, Jb Putnam, 2b. Wray, c Bertrarid, ss. W Henderson, rt. Lombard, Ib. Wise, c'f. Serhev, -It. Hendersont p. AB.R.H.PO.A.E. 0 2 0 0 3 0 1 4 2 1 0 13 1 1 0 3 o! W. L. Kansas City 40 2fi St. Louis 38 26 Chicago 39 29 Pittsburg................... 36 29 Newark 32 33 Brooklyn 30 38 Baltimore 25 40 Buffalo 25 44 First PH'tsb'urg 0 Baltimore Allen, Hearne and O'Connor John- son and Jacklitch. Second game Pittsburg 13 Baltimore 5 Kne-t-zer and Berry Bailey and Owens. "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Touring Car Price Thu best that money can the labor that goes into the Canadian Ford. Our workmen arc the.highest paid motor car mechanics in the Britisli.Empire. Thio means dollars saved in after expense to the man., who drives a Ford "Made in Canada." Because (lie 'Ford cur is built right. 'i Buyers of Ford cars will share in our profits If we sell cal-s between August 1, 1914 and August Runabout Town Car J840; F. O. B. Ford, Ontario, with all equipment, including electric headlights. Cars on display aud sale at THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 12323rd AVE.-S, PHONE 633. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. First game- Kansas City 6 Brooklyn 2 Henning and Easterly 'Bluejacket and Simon. Second Kansas City B Brooklyn 3 Main and Easterly Wilson, Marion- and Simon. Chicago.............. .3 Newark 2 Black, Brown and' Fischer; Ruel- bach and Hariden. First St. Louis......... 1 Buffalo 4 Plank and Hartley Schulze and Blair. Second ie was heartily cheered at various loints Curing the delivery of his mas- terful oration. "We are Canadians- lot American-Canadians, or English- Canadians, or Canadians, was the point of -Mr. Conybeare's address, in which "he traced the history of the Dominion, and told of the noble part it had al- ways played, and was even now play- ing in the consolidation of the Bm- 'pire and the preservation of its glor- ious traditions. Rev. Mr. Cook was chairman of the morning gathering, and introduced the speaker. In the afternoon tho programme of sports was carried through, the min- ers' band furnishing very appropriate music meanwhile. Winners of vari- ous events were as follows. Athletic Events 100 yards dash, iMyers and Pear- son; tug-ol-war, Chief Campbens EOFiflt IN LEI CONTINUED FROM; FRONT PAGE. The Banquet Amid a congenial, atmosphere rf hearty hospitality, tils visiting bretll- ern were banquetted at. the King's Hotel last night, by the local lodge- About fifty sat down to tha enjoy- ment .of au excellent menu provided by -Mine Host Underwood. The visiting brethren had been' touring the city.during the afternoon, and together with their hosts, were able to Jo the feast. A most enjoyable after-dinner pro- gramme was afforded by toasts to-the Kiiin, tlie Empire, the Grand Lodge, the citj and local lodge Brother David Elton admirably executed the. duties of toastmaster, and .the .dash and go of the programme was largely due. to liis vivacity. team; fat man's race, Mr Merrick, The toast to the King was heartily 440 yards dash. and Bennettp responded to by the entire company ladies' hobble skirt race, Mis Vajro, singing "God Sale tht King" with real farmers' 100 yards dash, L. Bigelow; fervor. St. Louis. 13 Buffalo Davenport and Hartley 3edient and Blair. INTERNATIONAL iwark. 9 .-Richmond o o 0 0 37 4 :9 2 AB.R.H.PO.A.E. 0 '1 1.. 11 4 1 1 12 4 0 39 3 6 29 15 2 ihead, and increased his lead: to .near- and very capable, .under the leader- ly half a jard Dunsworth, vhoiship of Mr F Lammisfeldt AQUATIC EVENTS YESTERDAY Score .by innings- Travellers 300 000 001 0-3 Knox 020 000 010 Oniv two out whea winning run staged tomorrow afternoon between First.game- Rochester. Second Rochester, First Buffalo. Second game- Buffalo. 7 Montreal 2 Montreal 9 Toronto Toronto mile race, Bennett; greasy pole climb' ing, H. Van Orman; broad jump, Pear- son; high jump, Delmage of Bow 1s- and; shot putt, Pearson; free for nil lorse rar-.e, R. Whitbeek; grand draw J. C: Tinsley. The exhibition by the boy scouts, mder Scoutmaster Brandt, was a fea- ture of the day, and was carried through remarkably well. The prize The toast to "The Empire" was re- [.ponded to In Brother Elton in. his usual brilliant manner. He recalled the present in which: the Em- pire is involved, and .denounced the Huns scathingly are he said, "with a triumvirate at powers, leaRued together against us, the Haps burgs, the Hoheuzollerns: and Hell; and I saj_ to Hell the for the best decorated rig was taken house His Satanic __ by I. L. Holman, and the best comic done. May Wmiam the NORTHWESTERN Vancouver.........." 3 Seattle Second game- Vancouver. .7 Seattle First Tacoma. 36 Victoria Second Tacoma Spokane. Victoria Aberdeen JOURNEY .was scored. The Aquatic sports handicap ped yesterday Most of the talent vere at the Fair grounds, arid the events cauld not'bo started .until some considerable time after the con- clusion of the' former entertainment. The water, too was a icy, and he entries Cor the swimming con- ests were too limited to start :any. hing of that nature v It was nearly o'clock before he first eient was ptit on, and then ome lively performances uere ;iv en tor the entertainment of the Here are the results in the order named; Sai'iing canoe, Smith, Spence, CrtW- ford and Ridpath. Canoe fours, Butler, .Ridpath Crawford. Tail 'end, Butler Gun wile, Ridpath. Crawford, Ridpath and Crawford, Butlnr and Sailing with piBeengor, Smith and Spence. Tilting contest, McKveua and Mc- ultitide of people who came Iiom jotenaghan he fair grounds. j Single canoe, Crawford aud Butler hit, Bertrand; struck out bv Sang 6, by Henderson 11, first base on fa-ills, Sang 1, off Henderson 4 double plaj s, Hanscb to McPhee, Uisc to Loin bard Serhcv to Putnam Bertrand to Putnam to Lombard, left on bases, Trailers B Knox 9 Lmpire Ferguson Time i 45 FOOTBALL MATCH ON THE fcORTHSIDE TONIGHT There be a football match to night at 1 o clock on Grounds, between St. Andrew's and the Rovers. A. law'n tennis tournament will be. the and the St. Auguftm's clubs. Here is the order of plav 'DOUBLES Guess and Price is Stewart Young, at Wesley courts and "What is I food expert'" "Any man who can make his wages buy enough for the family table the little ones need a laxa- tive give Reiall are mildvand pleasant to til by 3 D Higiubotham The iRexall: Store, boxes crtuemi Sold onlj Limited, and 50c Carson and Cobbledick Rauorth and Robinson at St Augustm's costume was won by L. Bigelow The attraction which naturally drew the biggest crowd was the lad- les' baseball game, between Taber and Lethbridge! The Lethbridge girls carried off the honors, the score being 15-17. The Lethbridge .'girls have, a habit of doing this at Taber, as thev'have-won honors'also in bas- ketball and hockey, with almost the same 'iine-up. The tLethbridge girls who played were- E. -Stewart, pitcher; A. Vere, catcher B Henderson, 1st, E 41 len, s s L. Perrv, N Robison, 2nd A Bennett, L Young, right; E. Frame, left. The Taber girls put uy a good fight and Tuth practice a good team. This applies also to the Lethr bridge girls. 'Miss Henderson at first polled 'off some .sensational -plays Roy Lee of Taber made himself ev j erlastingly popular with both: teams by carrying through the very diffi cult task of umpire tactfully and to the satisfaction of all the girls The baseball game -between land and Taber was won by Taber, with of 9 to 2. The football natch, between Grassy Lake: and Ta.- ier resulted In a tie, one ail Both were good exhibitions 'The committee m charge of the and Tainter. The. enioyrnent greatly 'enhanced Nichols, J'Simmohs the day was the fact that he grounds were being used for the irst their renovation and mprosement under the direction of Captain Faulds of the Fire depart ment, during the pastjew months Dajison and powsley Salt and Lavton at Wesley Prouse and Parsons Salmon, at St Augustm'b SINGLES Guess Stewart at Wesley Price vs Rawoith at St Augus tin's Carsoo vs Young at Weslei Cobbledick vs Robmson at St Au- gustin's Davison vs Jackson at Wesley DowsKy vs at St Augus- tin's Prouse vs Salt al Wesley Parsons vs Salmon at St Aueus- tm's Plajcrs are requested to be on the St AUgustin's courts at 1 30 p m sharp to arrange position of playert. BERMUDA SALISBURY taught that 'those use- shail peri-h In the "The Grand Lodge" buying to Grand President In Red Deer. .He spoke Xumortju1 his strenuous tiip to his ditticulty in finding the town He" snolte nf the oblect of the S! O Ef in Canada aaymg that its policy was not aggressive, but progressive and quiet, the obtect being to further _ _ interests of Englishmen In Canada. He was enthusiastic in his praise of the western spirit of progress, and re- ferred to the: manner in which _A1- -_. bcrta had obtained the Grand Lodge, m smte of the opposition in the east- ern provinces. L The toast to 'The City" was spofc- ea to JIavor Hardie, who proved conclusively that he is the v booster the city has ever had He goodnatauiedly replied to the Grand l President's- remarks about Leth- bridge, and in turn took a crack ,at Red Deer. T. Oiland of the local lodge, 'Pride of speaking to 'the Local gave a short resume of the history pf the Leth- bridge local' lodge since its institu- tion in 1907 He stated that at pre- sent the membership TV as ft little on i the slump, but that this was undoubt- edly due to the war, is not only j Keeping Old Country people in Eng- "i land, but calling many back.from Canada He stated that the finances in excellent ahape. in spite of war times f t At the suggestion of Brother Robins, the toastmavtet's efforts were given recognition The banquet concluded with- the singing of "Should ''Auld Acquaint- ance Be and r the National Anthem The names of the i are J hornton, George E Beeby, J Horawerl, C. W. and J all (on, R E FiBke and Gland A G Ayres- of Red Brown, E McMahon, T Oddy, P W Of ;