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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET.H.BRIPGE DAILY HERAIP PAGE THRWH WHICH GIVES fWLCOMFORT KLOSED KROTCH WILLIAMS. GREENE ROME CO.. BERLIN. ONTARIO MALL mm UP TOO STRONG FOR THE NEW DAY- TON SWEETGRASS CLUBS PRESIDENT GILMORE OPINES j THE SUCCESS OF OUT- LAW VENTURE New York, July 2.-.lamcs A. Gll- rnorc, president of the Federal league, sit the close of a meeting here [Tuesday attended by representatives of all the clubs, said "Speaking only for the Federal, (league the baseball situation is !er than at any time since tin- W-inicr July Warner base- ball club furnished the people of this town with amusement and eiiitutaui- mciit on Dominion Day, though un- fortunately the Warner Nine were tat- too strong for their opponents, ft noli did not. make for a good exhibition V toile11 o'clock the New Dayton nine lined up against tho home bunch "ml though they did well, they had to nit defeat with the score of 12 to 8 against them. Only seven were played, as the northern ovs had to return on the trai Hitched for the visitors, whilst Lnker twirled for Warner, Crawford catching. At o'clock SwectgraES lined up, icil down hard before a big crowil Thev had a southpaw who worked hard, but who receive, the poorest kind of support. The full nine mines wcre played, the score being 13 to 3 in favor of Warner at. the end It is only fair to say that Swcetjr.ra.ss were minus three of tlieir best stickers, whilst Warner has team a small town is a crackcrjack. Warner hopes to get, some TOO MANY NON-PLAYERS Ottawa Military Cleric (or Amateur Sport Ottawa, Out., July the Rev. Dr. W..T. Hiirrldge, in appealing for Canadians to en- list thus denounced profes- sional -snorts: "By all means, lot the young lads pay the i games and make their bodies strong and clean. Hut the pro- fessional sports, where a f )v. are paid to take exercise while the rest look on-the race truck courses, the mouiB picture shows and such like things, attract too many of our full grown men, who might well ask themselves ust now .whether their time could not be spent in a more useful way." FEE BlffibfL BY WILL TRY AND ENTICE SPECTA- indc- (pendents entered the liclil. In addition ito reviewing thoroughly every phase the baseball situation, we have ar- ranged for tho permanency of our or- ganization as in the nation- Mr CJ ilmore announced that plans had been completed to put a team in Kew York city next year. The linan- rial backing for this club has been arranged, he said, although details could not he made public at this .time. to Gilmore, Boston men have asked the-Federal league to add Ihat city to its circuit. TORS TO LEAGUE THE PARK- HARD HIT Brooklyn-Free -baseball, a "fans day is to he tried by the Federals at' the Brooklyn Federal park today. The gates will be open to everybody with teams that can extendHhem, so far the hoys have easily won every game they'have played. A feature of the day was the opening in the evening of the new picture house, operated by Carl John- uarron, son. A large crowd attended, and the tlie patrons who have NATIONAL A packet of Black Cat cigarettes is its own reward. It immediately removes one from the rank and file of indis- criminate smokers and singles him out as a man of exceptionally good taste. As A mark of distinction always have a packet or two handy. Be liberal. Initiate your friends into the secret or good smoking for Black Cat lias everything that satisfies a smoke lover's appetite- fragrant aroma, pleasing flavor, in the proper degree. 1 Chicago Harmon and Schang Pierce Brcsnahan. Louis........... 2 Cincinnati Meadow and Snyiler Tonej Clark. NMV York.......'... 0 Brooklyn Boston-Philadelphia, rain. AMERICAN Your dealer sells Black Cat cigarettes. So do all olhers. Any one it worth looking Boon. Chicago Boston Detroit' New York Washington Slevcland Philadelphia St. Louis q.ve the coupons. The Black Cat war Same will for 30. Hundred, of. other valuable Sifts till be the BlMk C" in Montreal. AKD1N MONTREAL but the regular patrons will have the reserved seats. President Robert Ward and his business agent, Uicil- ard Carroll, have worked out Chicago...........'.'. 1 Detroit Faber and Schalk Uubuc and Bak- er. Washington........ (I New York 1 Mayer and Henry 1'ieli and Sweeney. Boston-Philadelphia, rain. Cleveland-St. Louis, sain. FEDERAL w. u. Kansas City St. Louis 40 show promises to lie popular. Later a big dance was given by t.ic ball he ,.are Of club which was largely attended, and take of th much enjoyed. The day was success- Ju ffard says hc kno ful from a financial point of view. the game. BIG PRICE FOR RACE HORSE IHamburq Colt by Star Shoot, Sold for New asserted to- Bav that the .purchase for of B "chestnut colt by iburg Belle at a Sheepshead Hay auc- tion was the first instance in which ti thoroughbred yearling has sola for tive figures since the anti-gamblins laws were enacted. The colt was (bought by John Sanford .of. Amster- Uam. New Yorjt. Horse fanciers saw an upward Irend in in the fact that one consignment of 34 horses sold for PITCHER STRIKES OUT 32 Spokane, strike- touts in a W-inning semi-pro game was the record made here yesterday by Kimer Leifer, a left-lmnder. vdams' Rink Wins Finals of Tourney Started on Dominion Day The final iii the Dominion Day Bowling Tourney was played on the Salt garden greens last night be- tween the two rinks skipped by J. Seid and W. S. Adams. Without a loilbt it was one of the finest games so far this season, each player put- ting up a strong game. Reid's rink started out with a well earned lead, but it was soon over- Lawn Bowling come. THE SCORES Crawford, Campbell, Stcele, Adams Scott, H. Scott, Reid Trophy will he put up for challenge the first of the week and will be defended by the two rinks skipped by L. W. Clark and K. J. Johnson. 15. .Tennant, S. The Bankers1 been attendiiiB the ganes will be taken care o! first, and if they opportunity iws of. 9.000 who scheme was first suggest- ed the idea came to Ward's mind to devise a way to care tor the rcpir brs For a week those who bought admission tickets were asked to sign their names to the card ami the.) would be given the reserved scats. More than of these cards are in the hands of the club and more are coming in every mail, according to Carroll. L President Gilmore, President Wee- ghman and his business associate, William Walker, together with the heads of nearly every club in the Federal league, who held, a meeting Saturday, remained over and will.at- tend the game. They arc all anxious to see'if the fans will really take ad- vantage of the free admission. CHAMP BREAKS 173 TARGETS Cedar Point, Hen- dersoa of Ky., national amateur trap shooting the 175-larget sweepstate, the open- ing event of the Indians' national trap shooting tournament here. He broke '173 targets. Chicago I'iUsliurg Mewark Brooklyn Baltimore Buffalo fllrapp, Bedient 33 30 23 20 Baltimore Ll.air Pet. .1106 .594 .57-1 .554 .son .435 .378 4 Quilin, PINCHER CREEK 1ST SPORTS Bender and Jacklitch. Brooklyn............ 2 Newark Smith and Simon Falkenherg a Karidcn. Chicago-Pittsburg, rain. No other games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL Jersey City....... 1 Harrishurg 0 Toronto Montreal-Rochester, rain. NORTHWESTERN Spokane............. Aberdeen 13 Seattle Victoria .......i TOWN SPREAD ITSELF FOR BIG -VARIETY OF EVENTS rincbcr Creek, July-1.-Despite a, continual downpour of rain on Wed- 'night, -which, threatened to spoil "all the plans tor a big day and celebration, the Dominion Day has passed oft flourishing. On account ot the streets and ath- letic field being in a wet condition PACIFIC COAST LACROSSE Amateur Game New Westminster, B.C., July a Pacific Coast Amateur Lacrosse as- sociation game, here today, New Westminster defeated Victoria by a score of IS to 1. The game was as one-sided as the score Indicates. The win gives the Westminster club commanding lead in the race for the famous Mann Cup, which now can Ictic ie eng n a amous firemen's sports were cancelled, and be wrested .from .the local'.club ".i _ _i.. i IITT a mi LET GO BY PlflLPHIn A1E1ICS SAILINGS EHOM MONTREAL Date Steamer To July 10-Pr.torl.n...... Gla.gow July 11_Sicllian London July Liverpool Aug Aug. Aufl. Aug. Aug. Aug. ..Liverpool FiiM information from" any K. R. nr ij'ti Aeent or W. R. Allan, Gen 1 Nor-West Asent, 8M Main St. Win- ,..London Liverpool .Glasgow Glasgow Louden Liverpool Boston, Mass., July Barry shortstop of the Phil- adelphia Athletics for several years was sold to the Boston Americans today. He will ou- nose his former teammates to- morrow when he will play sec- Olid basis for 'the Red Sox. Pre-. sident Lennin so stated to- J V t PhiladiSpbia, .Illly 2.-On. the heels of the news of the disposal ot Pitch- er Bob ShawKey, by the Philadelphia Athletics to the New York -Ameri- cans came a report today that Short- stop Jack Barry, ot Montreal to Glasgow ........ATHENIA 'CASSANDRA and third-class ac July- 20 July Excellent cabin 'Carries cabin passengers only. For rates and other information ap ply any railroad, steamship ageiit c H E. LjDMAN, General Agent Winnipeg, 349 Main St. Ph. M. 531 Vancouver, 531 Granville Street. Service MI9SANABIE (new) July 29 METAGAMA (new) Aui 12 MISSANABIE (new) .Sept. 2 METAGAMA (new) .Sept. 16 MEtAGAMA (new) Oct 21 For full particular apply te any Railway or steamihlp Agent or WC CA8Y, General Agent 210 Ave. Winnipeg TRIGGER AND TRAP. that Short- t-wo or in the former i of players. worm's champions, is on .the market. Barry has not played in a game since June 19, because of an injury. Whe- ther the Philadelphia cJub intends to dispose of Barry could not be learn- ed Manager Connie Mack is in Wash- ington and other club officials here disclaimed any knowledge "ol the in- tentions of the manager. It was also reported .that it is the intention of Mack to get rid of-his high salaiied men with the possible exception of "Stufiy" Mclnnis, first baseman, and Amos outfield- er, and one or two .others. Mack is building up a now team o! young players. Within the last few weeks he lias" added several young pitchers and two or three infielders to his string Harry Pilling and "G. H. Muir Best Shots-at Traps, on Dominion Day Some keen competitions wcre seen behind the bat. park Dominion Day in prize shoots of the local gun Club The Dominion Cartridge, Du- pont Powder and Stevens Arms tro: phies brought out a isrge bunch ol shooters and a meriy battle lor su- premacy resulted in each case. Ham Pilling "won the Dominion Cartridge and Dupont trophies and G. II. Muir captured the Stevens Arms prize. Following are the names of shoot- ers who took part: G. H. Muir, H Pilling, M. Sullivan, J. McSwam, E Oliver, H. Chapman, J. (H. McDon nell, D. W. Taylor. THE SCORES DOMINION CARTRIDGE. TROPHY 23'Bird Event Shot at Brok iHKSONTHElE Whaddayamean by EarlyT Judge Lahdis says he will make .an early decision on Mar- Bans case. If the judge hands down the verdict in this case as early as he did in the case of the Federals organized baseball, .the'fans won't read about it until after the winter supply of coal is in. Slandering the pead A Chicago boxing expert ,enthnsias- ticailv caKs- Charley White a replica of Joe Cans, .showing that.some folks have no respect for.the dead. Wolgalt Fine Judgment Denver sport writers are panning Ad. Wolgast for running out of. hift match with Steve Ketehell. The Dutchman probably took one look at Sieve's map, bethought himself ol his brittle arms, .and decided to sticK to the safety first motto. MeVEY BEATS'-'LANGFORO California Negro Biby a Lacing In 12 Rounds Boston, defeat was chalked up against Sam Lane-ford of tills cltv last nlglit, when Sam Me Vey, the burK California heavy v.eight, awarded the decision in 12 rounds McVey kept sending left hool.s to Langfoid's and staggered Sam several times Langford's right ejc was closed. JIMMY DUFFY HURT Clever Lightweight Injured in Acc-i' dent Buffalo, Duffy, the Jxick-port lightweight boxer, was brought to a.hospital here lost night suffering from severe injuries receiv- ed in an automobile accident. Phy- sicians, it may me necessary to amputate one ot Muir Pilling.......................... Sullivan Chapman McDonnell Oliver I'iUing.and. Muir tie. Final Pilling 25 25' 25 25 CHRISTIE TRIMS MAHONEY Sparta, Christie, Mil- waukee, easily outpointed Young Ma- honey Racine, in a ID-round bout last "night. Christie won .in every round. 10 10 Pilling wins. TROPHY -20 Bird Event', Handicap Shot at BroU Come to Mac's YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Prices in Bicycle Repairs and Cannot Be Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 5th Street Muir Pilling 30 Sullivan 20 McSwam 20 20 30 20 Chapman 20 Pilling and Su.l.iva'n, tie. Final Pilling 35. 25 Pilling wins. Taylor Oliver McDonnell 23 STEVENS ARMS TROPHY Bird Event, Open to. All-Come Shot at Bro Muir Pilling Sullivan McSwam Oliver Chapman McDonnell Donald IMuir wins.. CRICKET Vancouver. 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 until 1 o'clock, joy ic whole town was prettily bedcck- with dags. Although a much larger crowd was linfn fmP !l a mira Professional Vancouver, B.C., Game July m MUFF is Westminster' defeated the Vancouver pectcd bad the weather been fine, a jlacrosse -club here -this afternoon; jod-sized throng followed tSc s'-td- before the largest, crowd of tha sea- ,-_i ;------1. tC by a score of 0 to S. Vancouver obile and cadet '.parade 10 by a score of 9 to s. Vancouver oumls Four motors were tasteful-1 played a great uphill game from the decorated the first prize being ieIK] ot when the champions varded to E C. Fowler, the second had tne score 5 to 1 In their favor. In d tl to E C Fowler the secon rize divided hetween J. Dobbie and Shoening. The races were, then oft in plcmlid order, the winners being as Hows 25 Yard race lor little boys-Har- Id Dorc, 1st Ralph Cooper, 2nd Yard ir-H. Marcellus, label Dore, 'Mary Gorton. Single ladies' race-Georgma Trick, ignes Marquis. Married ladies' rac Irs. Prior. The 220 Yard race was one ot the last nuarter the Royals were on the defensive all the way, and were penalized several times for ragging. The match was very clean. CrookaVi and Howard provided the only sensa- tion of the afternoon, the latter being ruled off near the close of-the third quarter for the balance of the match, when these two players engaged fight, Refused to Play in Short- age of Salary New .York, N.Y., Ju'y Kaiifl. the heavy-hitting outfielder of. the Brooklyn Federals, who caused a baseball sensation can in the sea son bv Jumping to the New York- Glints refused to mvesterdays double header w ith Kinsas Citj Kauff had .a disagreement with. Business Cairoll regarding the amount due. him as salarj from the BrooklMi Fedoras and said he would not engage in further play in tie redenl league until matters were amnged to his satisfaction He watched the games irom the grand stand Kautf later on said he intended to nuit the and would line up with the York Giants -f- Gcor- ON Bid., THE COAST Ju'iy All- Star cricket team from the mainland defeated'the champion Vancouver 'Is- land cricket club here yesterday by a gcoreof 234Ho 230. Vancouver get- ting 76 in their second Innings for the lions ol one wicket. ery Marcellus, )avc McLean. Girls' Marquis, ina Rosie. The fat provoked tlie sual tun-Fred Sweeny, Alt. Pelle- Thc obstacle race had several en- McKinnon, Neil' Mc- Lean, Jaspar .Broadwell. There were about a dozen entries n the thread and needle race, but lord Marcellus with Miss Fry as i partner earned oft 1st, O'Loughlm ind H. Levassr-ur 3rd The muddy track had no horrors or the candidates for the pie 'eating contest, and a regular bevj of boys showed the crowd how pie coiJd lie eaten whin the opportunity ailords Just whether the pie-maker had am designs on the hois' clean laces when ,e made the pies ol bluebornes was not announced The result however, was most humorous Mark Reid pun- ed an expert and carried of 1st, John Milne 2nd, and John Reid 3rd 'Ihe egg and spoon race nab quite a nene-racking affair-and was won the smaV'est chap of the bunch, Li-vassnur, Neil McLean 2nd The running broad jump brought out tome excellent jumping, Jack Kcllv being notorious, winning 1st lulh a jump of 17 ft H 0 Loughlm 2nd, 17 ft 1 m Geo Petetier ran a beautiful half mile race, firm and stcaij all the was carrvmg oR 1st, Jimmy Pobbie came in 2nd, H Marcellus 3rd Tluce-legeed cellos and McLean 1st, Kcllv and Conrad 2nd The high jump a tie. between 'Ihos Turner and H Levasseur'and after jumpme still lusher and higher until were "all the) nipped a com, taking 1st and Tur- and Bell chose bides tor a baseball game which proved a dandy, Bell's men v, inning the stick- PT dance in the opera house brought the day to a close and night lejl with the usual booming ot big fire- crackers, etc The Red Cross tag day eudentU met with great succcsb, with Miss Prj and Miss Trick doing a huge bt TRENDALL WHIPS KELLY St. Louis, :Trendall, a local Welter-weight, ga'.o Leo Kelly a -Mrs. A. Gear, Uifty drubbing in their 8-round fight 'last night. Trendall boxed circles around Kelly and scored two knock- downs. Bobbie, CANADIAN LIGHTWEIGHT TITLE Conmtlam. O Lear? Seattle regained the lightweight championship of Canada here last night when he was given the dec! sion Rougbouse Cbanev Burns after 20'fast rounds of -milling.----Q- I eary outpointed Burns in 12 rounds. Burns having the better of three rounds -while were even O I ear) will now attempt to gef a match wrttt Patsy Drouillard, Wind sor, Ont. The cadets gave a splendid exhibi- tion uarndc, and also sold the badg- es to the f Whrn the city's left behind you, And you seek the distant shore, To enjoy the simple pleasures You have known and loved of yore. Every pleasure will be doubled. Not a moment ever pall. If you've not forgotten Dainty all. In the good old summer-time, on your holiday jaunt, handy, sugar-coated, fresh mint con- fection, will prove a never-failing Alight. 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