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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBniDGR DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE vmlted on Sunday by the worst thun- R. Scott's Kink Wins Big Event and Jones Win Pairs Competition Tlio third annual Dominion Day tournuniont of the Lethbridgo I-awn Bowiius dub was H brilliant In every way, ideal weather condition nnd ti perfect fjreiMi adding greatly to the enjoyihent or the players. The entries wero practically all from tin1 two local clubs, with a lonely entry from the Calgary cluh. who disap- pointed those in charge oC the tour- nament, rigli't :it, tlio last minute. How- over, whnt was lacking in niimhers. was made up hy the keen competition between those who took part in tlio different events. ThR open tounianent, eomprising ten rinltfi was Ihe feature of the day and thosti who took part in this event had the pleasure ol participating in some of the best played ever seen on the Gait Garden greens. Tlio contests between Marnoch and Clark nnd ColihMlRk and "Mclhena rinks in the opening draw were keenly con- tested, both tlio winning rinks just managing to score enough points to Alex. Batted Iloslon. July Braves defeat- ed the Plil'llica 5 to 1 tojlay in a game erratic game from St. LouiB today. thai WHB railed at the close of thojtu t. Victory came in the seventh sixth inning because of rain. The vl tory moves place. Alexa table buckotfulK for over an hour. Hc- portH of damage done from hail in the atorm come in from the east, but details as yet an? meagre. Ever since Vulcan has been on the map, Dominion Day celebrations have (11 benn in vogue, and the district around 2. came in the H event aside and to town Chicago Work July won 'ae a e cs ,own because of rain. The vie- wbc.i bchalk suit-led and scored t ,he locals Into second Wcllman throw bunt o- lo infc rankIllB a place. Alexander was batted hard. ward first tee, where no one was .heipasl, the day Philadelphia.......... I 5 3 stationed in receive the throw. Be- adding another 5 S 2 lore tm- bail v.-as i-M-ovcred the win- urowess in this Alexander and Killifer; Reulbach Ailing run scored and Wolfgang ,1" llllnl- Jack Coombs in Form Louis............. .Now York. July a.-Brooklyn easily'Chicago.............. won the first samo ot its series with i U'ellman nnd S'iveroid; New Tori; today, the score being (i .and Sc-lialk to 1. Robinson's (cam lilt AnderBOn j supported poorly. Jack jiine. Over people gathered in s {Vulcan from the neighboring lowns o the lino, and the rural districts. WnlfL'unir! Some idea of the i-rou-d may be KII- b ithered from the fact Ihal two linn- _ Idrcd autos were in attendance at the Hard-Fought Game Washington. Julv York heat .Grounds. MlrhedT'Vemarkabic' game Washiiwon 1 a today in an 11- .Nothing better be expected to roollvn a lowing hilt three hits, linnli.e game. Doth teams had nunici- from Ihe weather man I ho day was two or wu'h the first Inning ous oinmrlunllles score but neither j ideal. All roads -leading to Vulcan rooillvn I', !l n icaldwell nor could He hit op- (were in good shape and were crowded 1 3 In the llth inning after'with cars. The town was decked for CooinlH and 'Miller1 Anderson and'one was'ont with (lie bases full. Hart-I their arrival. Nearly every building time izell. hatting for I'e, kinpaugh. lifted a was bedoelled will, Hags and bunting. Lucky Inning for Cubs jshort fly to left Held on which (.'aid- breathing forth an atmosphere of en- 1'ittibure Jin" 3.-Chicago defeated well scored. and loyally. ensure draw their eoinj; Into the second The rinks skipped by Rev. PiUsnnrg here today by a score of t ork to' the visitors winning in the eighth j Washington.......... inning when hits hy Knabo. Williams C'ahlwell and Xunaraakcr; 4 Calgary. July 3.--Perhaps no more interest centers in iiny decision from tin; appellate division of tlie supreme court than that relative to the mora- torium act. Lawyers have been de- ferring their canes until this verdict was announced, and tJioro were a large number who wailed at the court house until the list was pnbliBhcd, JUKI for this decision. According to the fimline of Uie act- ing justices, the moratorium applied equally to men of Ihe 103rd regiment and men of rhe active militia, exempt- them from possible foreclosure on I debts due for the period of tlio war. JThis verdict upholds Masier-in-Chain- hers Harry's fnrmer decision. Thi? uses of the moiiitorium ar-t as applied to members of the 103rd regi- Iment have been a stumbling block to jllia obtaining of dociaions in the sii- preme court chambers during the last few weeks, as the- master has been i wailing until the decision of the judges iin the appeal court .had been Tiled. I The case of C. B. Munro. member of the 103rd who is at Banff, morning, creditor; came up Friday i suing for foreclo property be- Old Country Passen- gers, Attention! We can offer you excellent ac- commodation at a very low rate. Our ttteamerp are large twin screw- and up to date. Montreal-Glasgow Sailings 'CASSANDRA July 16 fSATURNIA July 29 Aug. 5 "Cabin CaHsriiKerp only. Kate fOabin and Urd-class. For rates and other information ap- ply any or steamship ay- en t, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 349 Main St. Ph. M5312 Vancouver, 531 Granville St. uniw. i lie rums "i wiieil IIMH riy JMDIUU, iiiunno j ,n, Cnbliledlck, 11. Scolt, .1. Llvie ami a base on balls Ainsmith. Plm owueuiCK. it. scon, ,i. L.HJL- land Zimmerman, a nase on uuns> Kubb were successful in the second j ant] ninchniau's wild throw round, and in the play off Mc-N'sbb's nilis and Livle's men succumbed to the 3 7 Alb ter playing of the CobbleUick nnd pfttamirg............ 2 fi I aft aggregations. The finish pro-[ Packard and Fischer vhlud the host sport of the H.irmon anii Wilson. bk-dick, ably supported by Howson. i cincInnatl-Si. Louis, rain, having Lite better of the game right iii> till the hist ends, whim "Lucky" Scott's experience stood him in good stead, he winning the grand prize Lost I1, with a majority of 5 shots. nty of Hitting :i. Although the 'Athletics hit hard and knocked Shore The sports wore begun in the morn- :t :ing with a parade headed by the <-ar- Jobnson !nmnKay of automobiles, cow- 1 hoys and cowgirls After luncheon the i crowd assembled at the agricultural grounds the program was car-1 j served decision until the verdict of I the appellate court on the matter 'should have been heard. Adams and Jones Win Doubles This event had a large entry list INTERNATIONAL t rubber in the ninth inning. Coo- Boston won today'? game G to 4. The visitors made soorl use of their hits off Xabors. who was taken out for a miicu hi i ter in the eighth. fi 11 1 4 12 a Nabor? Providence Baltimore Buffalo Richmond This event had a large entry list Npwark and every game was a battle royal, Kroronto between more experienced players. In Moiltreai this event, as well as the opening game Rochegter the playing nf Cobbledick and How- 27 2ti 32 iii 3! LPbiladelphia...... i Shore. Mays ami 1 iSheehan and Meyers. Dauss Weak in Spots Cleveland. July wilrtness in the game and -his inenective- rind out. In every case the contests, were hotly and friendlily contested. J The feature of the afternoon was a baseball game between Vulcan and Lomond. The visitors broneiit along their best and were supported a j large string of rooters, and succeede'; i in taking the honors S runs 10 3. The brand of baseball played would do j credit to any team from the city. It was indeed a pitchers' battle. Both twirlers were fast, with lots of and control. Wigg, operating At the city council meeting yester- day Miss Agneu- was appointee! a member of the Gait hospital borrd to servo during the uuexpired portion of .Airs. E. N. Higinbotbam's term. City Treasurer Farris applied some tinio ago for an increase' in salary in :ssioller Freoraal, was anpoillt. ed vice-mayor for the term from July1 1 to December 31. Ifllfi. A bylaw was passed licensing hacks, setting thfi prices to be charged for one person at itfl cents to all points OH the south side and to the north side. For this purpose automobiles in the livery business are confsr.sfl to the same prices, and arc considered in the nic class as hacks. ienrly In the game and -ins menecuve- and control, operann "1-7 jness in the fifth, combined with two the visjtorSi ,Dadc a good showini Costly errors gave Cleveland a ti to 4 jslriitjng out eleven mer and allowin e pay son was again praiseworthy, they dis- posing of several strong pairs, goins into the finals, where they met their Waterloo at the hands of the Adams- Jones comMnailon. The names of the players going: into the nnais with their scores are as follows: Final rink competition: Oliver Runioiis Turner Camenn Ward Howson E. Scott.....IT CobbMick Final pairs competition: 0. .lonca R. Howson o 'loronto............. Kirkmayerand Casey; McTIgue and McK Newark.......... Raltimore......... I Pieh and Schwert; iMcAvoy. Second 1 Newark...... i Baltimore......... 1- fiJnriciit and 4 1 i ...5 I 2 I Crowell and cpsuy m i ma BII t- uui victory over Detroit today, despite ajx "poc'1 Nelson found him i'act that the victors were outbatteil inowcver. and bingled a nice homer to by 11 hits to iright field.. Johnston, who was on the 'I 2 j niouud for the home team, was equally fi -as good, allowing only six hits. Two and Stanage; Lou- errors at. third resulted in the two winning runs being scored. The line-ups w.ere: Blake catcher. Aaie- tiue Srd base. Wigs pitcher, Connr'Hy .63S short stop, Chapman centre field, .5S2 Kvatklns '2nd base, Blake right field. .500 iHaiglu left field, .Kunk'el- 1st base. ilcrniilk, Bagby and O'Xeill. Won Tjost Providenr-e land Reynolds, No other games scheduled. j Spokane 4 13 5 iBuiie S ti 3 j Vancouver Bgan; Sherman and j Tacoma Great, 7 'J. Seattle 49 3! and Yelle; Humphries Vancouver....... Seattle......... Acosta and Cheek Cadman. Spokaue-fiutle, travelling. Great Falls-Tacoma. rain. Magrath, July Dominion Day celebration was cancelled on ac- count of the numerous cases of measles that are in town, quite a nntn- ber of the townspeople taking in the celebration at Raymond anil Leth- 1 hridge. i Thos. Stubbs. contractor, has just Bavne a8 Co-St. witH.Pranci, X. Buahman in nigton's- Choice" at the Empress 20 Winnipeg [Dulnth Superior i Fargo i Virginia Fort William NORTHERN Won Lost. 33 2L' 20 28 35 AMERICAN' ASSO CJATION Lost Pet: !S Aquatic Cluh Arranges An At-JDiilut! tractive Program of Events 13 13 S 14 Bonton and Moore, Tterger; Hand schu. Culver and [Port William...... .tiOO iiinneapulis Iiulianapolis i Kansas City .327 Louisville i Toledo i St. Paul Columbus 3S iFargo 4 11 0 An. open regatta, celebrating the first half holiday of the business sec- tlon of the city, will he held at Hen- derson Lake Wednesday afternoon, permitting, commencing at o'clock. The public is invited to attend, not only to look on. but to par-1 Superior Bentley and Agnew; Boardman and Dachant. Second .483 3rd.base. Schroeder .421 centre fleld. Doiutle. catcher, Johnston .-115 pitcher, Smith right, field. Torgeson 1st base. Nelaon..2nd base. Sweet short 4 0 stop, Lenow left Held. 5 4 A splendid program of horse and Schmutz and pony races followed the hall game. .he race between two well known local horses was easily the best of the afternoon and was a real thriller. Considerable rivalry between the two horses before the race made it excit- ing enough for a considerable sum of money to change hands. It was a 'arfhiajf mile running race. The Jurney "aGli! horse was in the lead for the first 'a40 quarter, and it looked like a sure win 517 ifor him. but on tlie last quarter and the stretch the Johnston horse gained and just nosed out a neck ahead. The winning horse was ridden I by a boy ot some ten years. 4 'The results of races were but not least, a great tug-of-! war in which great interest, was cell-! tered. took place ami-each side pulled so strong that the" rope broke, and j after it was tied, it is needless to On Sunday evening in the Methodist church a most impressive and sy pathetic memorial service was held i pauieuc meraoi mi set view was iiem in :ionor of (he late Sergt. AVilliam Ed- Coaldale, July gar, the church being crowded to here to-ilc adva 2S large number ........_.. ._ -----linage of the ex- .itmost capacity. The 191st battalion jcuraion to Coiemau and Crow's Nest under Lieut.-Col. Bryan and Captain on Saturday. On Sunday there was a patriotic 29 31 36 42 1 S Hill, and the Boy Scouts under Scout- master Wm. Whitwo'rlh and Mr. Richards were among those who at- tended the service. The church was draped with Union Jacks and artisti- from here with five dollars each. The plants, while men who enlisted who joined the 113th _._... cany atiornen witn wuiie [ueii wnu uuiiijieu wuu jumcu m the Boy Scouts carried the Scotch Kilties are Frank Suggitt, Ji 1 jas follows: Pcny Fort William.......... 4 10 Fargo............... 2 2 Griffin and Weising; Wright Columbus......'...... 1 4 Toledo............... s 11 Curtis. Vance Coleman, Murphy; Kaiserling and Sweeney. Indianapolis.......... 7 1 i Relay rac Louisville............ 1 II 2nd. 1st; Swansen flag in honor of. the hero's nationalit Rev! A. D. Richard, pastor of the rhurch, conducted the service, Dew 1st; Hansen preached a most touching and inspir- jliome. ticipate. No entrance fee will b charged, canoes will- be loaned gratis to those who have none, for the dura- tion of the races in which they enter, and medals win lle awarded as prizes for most of the races. The program is as follows: (1) Mixed double canoe. (2) Single canoe. Gunwail. (4) Double canoe. (S) Tail end. (fi) Fours canoe. (71 Tilting, 1st round. (8) Flip. (9) Tilting, 2nd round, (in) Swimming. (U) Sailing canoe. Freeman, Messrs Bow- Smith. 2 Virginia.............. 0 Toney, Burgwald, Brantingan Doyle and Sweeney. Rogge, Dawsoif and James and Lalonge. Kansas City st pau] Ladie free for all-Swansea 1st; Jurney 2nd. Buggy race, hitch and Clarke ing sermon on the value of the sac- rifices which were being made of so many noble lives on the battlefield. Mrs. T. Powell and children left 10 and Berry, andillargrave; Douglas and Glenn. i No other games scheduled. S 2 1st; Reynolds 2nd. ____- _, 1 Muniapal Popular The last, feature on the program was the bucking-contest. No celebra- tion is complete without the thrilling bronks being mastered by the old time cowpunchers. Half a dozen rid- competed in the test, and were last week for Vancouver for the sum- mer months. Mrs. Becher and the .Misses Georgie iat tlle uomc of his son, H. A. Suggitt. ...id Lilian Becher left Tuesday nightj----------------------------- for Vancouver via Spokane and Seattle GERMANiA STILL AT LARGE man and Home. Starters Messrs. 11. A. Smith Itoln, Barrowinan. and j Lethbridge will have a municipal Igolf links and the probabilities are 'that, they will be constructed and ready to play on this summer. This is based on the fact that there are a number of enthusiastic golf players behind the project who mean business and they have had sufficient encouragement from the city commissioners to build substantial hopes of accomplishing their desire to obtain a course at Hen Overseas our boys must rafter the impurity and scarcity of drinking wa- ter, while we at home may enjoy the refresh- ment of ADAMS' TUTTI FRUTTl GUM What more acceptable gift for soldier friendu than a box ofTutti Frmti.Twenty pack- agcB of thirst-allaying re- freshment. Keeps the mouth moiat. Five mellow fruit flr.- vors give variety soldiers crave. Each, stick wrapped in wax linfoil perfect condition on Yourdcilercangive you Tutti Frutti by the box. Ask him. ORIGINATORS dei'SOll parK, tiuuiu IU LIIB liiim, lit me -.....u very' near future. A meeting of these be found faulty with the links in Ed- exponents of the game took place last moiitpn it was this, thai they were night at the Chinook Club, exactly a Insufficient in number to accomniodat" dozen being present. No organization and an Al course is assured. It is i likely that the "greens" will be made, "scratching" his ,bronk all through The Carmansay band was In at- saicl to be e.x-. [or the sports and dispensed e purpose, and ,Iant music throughout the after- !n'oon The day was brought to a close by a big dance in the evening m Shimp's hall. Over 100 couples thor- oughly enjoyed themselves to the I strains of Klebe's orchestra. Much credit is reflected on the lake, in the Edmonton. If there was anything to efforts to make things n of brick dust, which is said to be ex- cellent material for the purpose, and it will prove cheap commodity and easily procured. Other cities of the west have muni- cipal golf links and they have proven an unqualified success. Hal Morgan; formerly of Edmonton, who was pres- ent, told of the success of city links of those Their was effected but a committee was formed to lay the plans of the pro- moters before the cily commissioners. Sergt.-Major Hume has kindly con- sented to lay out the course. He Is a ,n.in of considerable golf experience, all the devotees of the game who were frequently bent o- pla-in? on them. Those behind ihe idea here are will- ing to bet a week's wages that the Lethbridgo course when made will not want for patronage any those at. Edmonton. YANKEES' SPURT IS FEATURE New York, July displace- ment, of Cleveland from the lead 111 the American league by New York and the good work of Boston in the National league were the features of the pennant races during the last week. Brooklyn slipped slightly, but retains the lead In Ihe National. Good pitching and timely hitting carried tho Yankees into first place, while the Indians were losing; their hold because of a disorganized pitch- ing slaff and weak hilling. Chicago, through good Ditching and heavy hitting by Jackson, E. Collins and commenced to display Iheir much reputed class as pennant conlemlers. Toronto hafe raised 2S.MS for over- seas service. To complete her uuota more must join. smoothly were crowned with success and served to make Dominion Day 1916 one long to be remembered the Vulcan district. less than TOUGH ON O'TOOLE Pitcher Marty O'Toole, who was re- leased along with Pitcher Fred Bruck by Columbus lo Omaha, objected strenuously to the transfer. He aver- red there were at least two clubs- In class A A that would use him. bur Ihe granting of waivers would not in- dicate it. The report from Columbus has it that Omaha Is willing to as- sume the contract he has without loss in salary to him. POSTON WINS TRAP TOURNEY; Vancouver, B. C., July the Brit- ish Columbia registered trapshooting tournament ended lodny with Hugh Poaton, the oan Francisco profession- al. in the lead, with n score of 241 out of 2SO. Pete Holohan. the Port- land professional, was second high gun, with 238, and registered Ihe high run of the tournament, straight targets. with 71 PRAISE FOR LES D'ARCY Actor Returned From Australia Was Much Impressed New York, July Harrison, the actor, has just returned from a theatrical season in Australia. While there he saw Les U'Arcy in eight fights -Harrison saye that Eddie )Ic- Goorty "laid down" in the first fight with D'Arcy, which, by the way, was a big betting affair; but in the sec- ond fight bet a lot of money on him- self. trained eight weeks and went in to knock D'Arcy out. D'Arcy knock- ed Eddie out again. "If D'Arcy ever comes to this coun- try'! savs "Harrison, "he'll'beat our best rniddleweights without any trou- ble He's the greatest middleweight I've ever seen. He'd beat Mike Gib- bons as easily as .Mike Gibbons could beat me. He's built like Tom Shur- V Ivu.iy PIIOM FnnjJT PAGEI Judgment has been signed in Su- preme Court by Mr. Justice Ives in the of Baird and Botterell vs. people attended I Hugh. Taylor, This case was dismiss- line funeral in liavmond Sunday ed with costs to the plamtlff I ceased was a Magruth girl, the daugh- tier of Mr. Aiiimon Mercer, and the Sevjnnathy of tlie entire community out to her in her bereavement. IDJUfSOmiE SOOO bushels of grain made between the defendant anil the Western Hay and Grain Co., Ohas. McClenaghan manager. Mr. MeClenaghan assign- ed the' contract to Balrd and Bottcrell but -tiie qvidencc showed that the eon- I tract had heen assigned attOT.it had been broken, and it_ was argued by the defense that the. plaintiffs there- fore had no standing in the courts. It was remarked by the judge during the trial that there was no doubt the contract had been broken, but lie re served judgment to decide as to the question of the assignment of a brote en contract. D. H. Elton, for the plaintiffs has entered an appeal. S. Ball for the defendant. service, when a patriotic sermon was preached. The Ladies' Aid presented ihe five young men who have enlisted ARTILLERY-.UNITS AT PETAWAWA GET adorned ch'ell and the three Gardiner brothers. Mrs. Hughes from Macon, Mo., is visiting at the Leffier and Dunham Mr. and Mrs. Coburn and Mr. and Mrs. Lilly from Warner were callers hi this district on Sunday. Mrs. McKinnon of Vernon, B. C., is several weeks at the Mc- r. Suggitt ot Buda, is visiting for the summer months. j Landerio, Germania, w'no is charg- TOWN OF AVONLEA HAS BIG FIRE Moose Jaw, July town oE Avon 1 ea, 33 miles 4- south of Moose Jaw, was se- verely damaged by fire. It is reported that two implement warehouses, one lumber yard. hotel, harness shop, pool room, v barber shop, butcher one dwelling house and restaurant j and laundry all were destroyed. I Isaac Groat, of London was run over and killed by a Michigan Central freight train at St. Thomas. A sad accident occurred oh Monday j ed with the fatal shooting of Pasquale morning when Sara P. Beenn, man-! Coraudette, in Bridgeland, Calgary, on ager of thb Macleod Flouring "Mills Sunday night, is still at large. elevator was seriously injured by a. I cogwheel falling from the roof of the j elevator. He was taken with all speed in the ambulance to the hos- pital where he lies in a precarious con- dition. He was attended by Drs Kennedy and Weston. Some of the South Macleod and Hazelmere farmers were hailed out on Saturday night by the terrific hail storm which swept that part ot the country. THOROUGH TRAININ5 Ottawa. July is an entire division of artillery at Petawawa, foul brigades' with' four batteries ahdwaii ammunition 'column in each. Thes make up the 4tli divisional artillery equipped with guns, horses and in s position to do strenuous training which, according to reports, is aboul as vigorous as any troops in trainrnj have bad to undergo in Canada. .Tnt young officers are on the job from 7.3! In the morning till 10 at night, activf service conditions. The batteries an starting with "live" shells next week The training of this division will b< extended to a point not reached vbi the other batteries going overseas, :B( that it will be in a position to proceec to France soon after it reaches Bng land. SAILED FOR CANADA., London, July civilian! who have sailed for Canada are S Sugden of Calgary and Miss Mettrqi of Edmonton. "THE FUSE TOP COLLECTOR Wm. Roes, of Fergus, for fitly years, is dead. A burial [Hot was dedicated at: To- ronto by the of England Benefit, ,m For Good Looks a woman must have good health. She can do her part by helping haluratp keep the blood pure, the liver active and the bowels regular, with the aid of the mild, vegetable BEECHAM'S PILLS "Give it a good 'ard 'un you can generally 'em t'min' if thoy MI in' to Bystander. ;