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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta July 1JU3 DAILY HERALD AT m Marshall Knocked Foley Macleod and Warner-Play- ed Tie Lost to Sweet Grass n: theGood.'Otd lK'iv 5 to UIQ Herald) Sweet (iruae. July Gip-83 celebrated yesterday. Tbe Glorious Fourth wns OHO continual roundi pleasure vyith holiday present f i-o in I pavta of tho district, botl Alberta and Montana. IFho event of the day-was the box iiit; exhibition between Marshall nrnl j Jml FoJpy. stoweii bis op- ponent with a haymaker In the yih round of a scheduled fiftteu round Tile flght u good olio and pleased :totjier attraction the bosDlmll fcp.ine in lUu afternoon between War- ner and1 Mad cod. .It 'was good ball, the result .lading live all. IH "even- ing the Sweet Grass team played 11 heating iliem 8 to C. Horse rnc-j ing iluritis tho dny in which 1 1 Itorses took part rounded out a com- plete "program. -S'umn'IUea nE thn of the crowd may be gathered I FIRE FLIERS !L Men Who Dare Coming from Many Places to Engage in Tests of Various Kinds GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES- Naiioiiul iiom ihe fact tlmt thovo were 635 paid !ntcs and- Cardinal.1; lintl gone through admissions to game, at nlfUit concluJed the day. A dance seven American TOOK ONK APIECE St. Louis...July -1. The largest crowd of (he season saiv St. Louis ..._ _ anil Chicago divide Ihc holiday double clamoring to get in the after-1 header here this afternoon. The loc- CHONVD'S -PEOlH.lAft FANCY Pillsburg, July tho Pfr- of the GOING. TO THE YUKON Ottawa, July '-Two Cabinet min- isters will visit Dawson City this uior. Hon. Loll Is Codcrre, of stale, who is also minister of mines, IB planning a trip to tho Yukon, leav- ing about the end of this month; and lion. J. D. llatyn, niinifiter of marine and HsberlcB, an noun ceil tcxlay tnat it Is hla intention lo go to iho Yukon, too. noon caused the game io be called won tiic first game, six to one, tie, 3 to 3. St. Lniiis took the afternoon game from Pittsburg through of the I'itlsbiiLg pitchers anil nits at Ihe right tune; DIVIDED UOUDLE-1IKADER Chkago, July l.-rChicago anil Cm- ciunali broke even today, Cincinnati- shutting out the locals -I to-0 IrV first game the second 3 to 5. V GIANTS COPPED TWO Brooklyn, July l.VNew. York won Ihc- afternoon game Jrnm litooklyn a bijc crowd .today. :while HID (iiants took tho morning'game also 5 lo 2. outpitchecl RUcker, tlic New Yorker's hitting the latter Championship -Honors', to Bo freely in tlie uftcrnoim'ganie. Tesreaii Conlettod in Frontier Days.' Expo aitlon July. 8-16 CheyennOj Wyu.--The chomplonBhlp honors for lady rfilors, to bo com- j rwled tor at tho Frontter Days' i at tho Winnipeg Exhi- bition, July 8-1C, TVlU bo 'keenly contested. Tn the broncho-bustlnr competition- Fanny S perry, who tim championship at tho OaJgary Stam pcdc last yoart lids signified her Inten- tion of challenging' "Prairie Hose'1 Hertdoraon, who wan'the world's cham- Los Angeles, list -year. In .tho relay, rn.ce, after seven years of retln-rnene, MM, W. H. Invln, winner of tho I ad lea' champion- ship at Choyenno Frontier Daya tn 1902 and 1DOJ, ivUl. compcto against last j'cor'a winner. It had not hecn the Intention of Mrs, Invln to compete BEnin, and It was only the excitement of latt year's race that Induced her to change her. mind. .In. n rucent interr view shb mnid: ,'Tm'goVnrf tc ahow tlin young-fliers' that (t rliahipion can come and, from dpptyarancea at her training- oamfi the" would-bfl champions-.will havs-tu show form to-enable them lo win In tho Dron'cho-btiBtlnz, outlaw-horse riding and in every other feature ot srear Exposition, visitors lo tho oa keen cornrieUtion aiid witness a upectnclo to remcrnhen.-J for a lifr-Uino. pitched a great "in the morning, "wobbled m tlie niiii.1i; a vic- tim or the-heat, and.Crandall finhh- the game. PHILLIES AVON BOTH July' took both games today rtoiu Uoston, winning tlie morning" contest hy (5 to 2, and tnc afternoon by .G 'to 1. tnd the visitors the other 2 to 1. CLEVKLANR- WON. BOTH. Cleveland, J.uly look both games from Dijlroit today, both by. the scotc'ot.4 lo ii. For itngs: in tlie aiicrnoon game- Wlllett, cxceJlcnt" support, held Glo'ypiand vitillcct iti1 the !itli. "Gregg" waa-overcome by. the heat in the L terriflic 'rain and thunderstorm jntcrruptert-lbc morning game in the seventh inning, SPLIT HONORS.- Fljalon, July" a line drive, off Strunk's bat in tho eighth inning in Ihc afitcihoon game, allowing Philadelphia .to score three runs, and enabling the visitors to wtn-Jrora llosttm.. CJoston lilted tho. morning game with Wood and UetH- cut doing the firing by 13 to 6. BIG CROWDS: Xcw York, July "4. Washington out the. Yankees in the.forenoon 5 to 0, but New York won the after- noon gamp ft to 2 before a big'holt- day crowd. WHERE'S WHEELER? Tbe LoMibridge ball team didn't go lo Montana after all. Thclboys lire still awuitlng In- structlons -from Manager "lace" WhecJIev anenl ihc trip, be lias not imt In an pcaranco to issue any kind of orders. Ob, where, oh where, has our manager gone'; ARE AFTER CANOE CUP Fire fighters from nil parts ol (lie province will Invade LethhrMgo on Monday to attend the fifth antnial convention fuiti tournament of ilio Al- berta Firemen's association. For two days tlie men who guard Um property of citizens In Alberta tosvnb cities from the tiro fiend will tioiil forth. On Monday the convention will be held (n tho rocrentloi) room of the tiro hall. On Tuesday ntteriioon tho tournament will lie lioM at Henderson I'ark fair grounds -when tennis .from the towns and cfties. represented will compete for provincial trophies other priz- es donated by Lethbridge business men ami now on view in the wmitow at -Wright's jewelry program, far tUc two days fol- lows: Monday 9 of convention by His Worship "Mayor llardie. i2.30--EKhibltion run, LetlibrMgc 12 lunch. Fire Department. around the city, visiting tho JLethbridgc Brewery, No. Six. shaft Gait Collieries .atid other local Indus- tries, concluding with a visit to Hen- derson Park and boating on the lake. 7.00 session. Tuesday 9 a. town, compet- itions In the following events: Hose and ladder, novelty event, lad- der climbing and wet test, 13 no ?.00 the Exhibition grounds. at No. 1 Firo hall. v Sg m Over the hills (o (do poor-lionso luv goes 'in a inonoy-buruing .monster. Hut can you all'ovil la spoml ridiculous- sums for auto- travel when Ford will curry you in comfort, style, safety ami rooord time at mini- mum cost? More than Fords uow in vincing evidence of their wonderful merit. Uunaanut, Touring Car, Town Car 1. o.b. with ttll equipment. w. R; VIRTUE i232-3rd Avenue South, STANDARDIZiNG THE OLYMPIC GAMES London, July 4. The Initial Biejis toward and ing the Olympic catues of tha future will bo taken a month at Ber- lin." On August 20-24 there be held tho first conference of the" pro- formed International Ama- teur Athlftfc f-Vderation, at which time n world-wide track and field GAMES IN. MINOR LEAGUES Inlcrnationnl Newark 6. Jersey City 4. Provid- ence S, Baltimore 0. Hocllcster 4. To- ronto 3. Buffalo 11, Montreal 8, Association Jlinnenpolls 3, St. Poul a. Tolejo 3, Columbue 2. Kunsis City T. Mil- waukee -i. Indianapolis c, Louisville iVorllmestern Tacoma 2, Victoria Victoria 1. 0. .Tacoilia 6, jVot'thern Winnipeg 3, Superior 0. Winnipeg C, Superior I. Duluth S, Grand Porks 3. St. Paul 4, .Virginia 3. i, Mlnne'apolls 0. 3, Paciflc Coast Arjgelea 7, Snu FranciRCO 3. San Francisco C. 1.09 AngeleB Sacra- ento T, Portland 7. Sacramento 7, Portland -i. OaWnnu S, Venice 4, Von- 8, Oakland -1. A real delicate Liqueur Srotch of creamy light in chafaeter delectable. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES EDMONTON CJN'CH FOU HAT Mcctoine Hal, July -1. Mcilicinc LIVERPOOL LIVESTOCK PRICES Liverpool, Co. report that ohn Rogers with romluued liol weatner nnj heavier supyllys, cattle at Blr'Keuhcad ahow a. decline on Inst Ti'eek, both and Irish steers selling at 14 to 14 cents [ier pound. London, J uly n3 well SB June Is to liave an lutornaitoiul con- test (u the form of a Eorlea ot racea for tha Canoe Challenge Cup which IE devotees of tlio tiny craft what tho America's "Cup IB to the deep races, with a Canadian club in cole of challeng- er, will be Held "on Bay, July 11, 12 and 14, Iri case the strug- gle for the trophy goes to u three race conclusion. competition jylll be the firGt'.tn eighteen years for canoe cup, OriElnolly ottered by. the Now York Canoe Club iu 1885. the International Challenge CUD lor. sailing has been.'successfully defended tlTat date.- Us history Is AH interesting as ia that of thn America's cup. In 18SC, The Royal Canoe Club o[ London I "sent over YVarriugtqn Dadcn-Powell and Walter Slewan.'aiid although tlio former was the first caiicelet to de-: sieo" a cnnoe tlmt would sail to wind- ward, tha Englishmen were beaten by O. 'Dover Vaux and William Whit- Two years later, Walter Stew- art.came over .alone and wag beaten Reffinaid 3. Blake. In 1S30, Ford iiio canoeist of Canada, started his long and -unsuccessful cainnaign to cap- tbe cup. in Ills first attempt he was ueaten H. Lansing Qtilch. The following year. T. B. U. Harrington was the wi'nner anil in hlg at- ttmoi tu 1892, Ford Jones was beaten by T. 3. Oxliolm. In' 1S35, Fall Butler Cbarlos Archibald, ail- other Cnnrulian, In the last race for the trophy. Tho present challenger IB the Ganancciue Canoo'and Motor Qoat ct Ont- Thej organization haa norolnaled Ilalph B. Brltoon, who last year won the cliam-i i-'or furiHer write plonablp of the Dominion during tho A. C. A. meet ai Sugar Island on the St. Lawrence, as ttrc sailor to make the new try at cup lifting. governing body will be 'e Uepresentntivea from the national nmateur sport controlling body 01 every civilized country hare been in- vited to attend, and a real working asrccment and basis for future inter- national meets bo established. At the preBont time the. committee In charge of the Federation affairs corialBls ot P. L. Kislier, CJrenL Btit- ain; Pierre Hoyt France; Carl" Diem, Germany; H. SlankovltBt Hungury, and Jnmcs B. SWHvjtn, Uulted' Slates. in addition, to a number of otlie'r delegates, Bcmblo in DerHti several- the opening of the conference in order to dtscufia in an Informal way ihe plans and scopo of the HOW organ- ization. To the athletes-" of the world the vc com me ndn lions ot tho I. A. A. V. to the Intarnational Olympic com' mfttee. be of great" interest While the body bas not tho slightest authority in matters pertain- ing to the Olympic gumes, its yecom-. mcndaUoiis will undoubtedly curry much weight with the Olympic games committee, when body meets a year Inter at Berlin -to phui fo'i'Ltlie Olympic meet of 191G. This ID rarlicuinrly -true because it is known that 'the I. A. A. P. wlirsug- Sest ft of radical reformSj which, hacked by athletic govern- ing bodies of such nntEons as the British Colonies. ..Great Britain, the snorts. U appears likely that this proponed will fall, however, owing to tha that the metric sys- tem Jjns hcen used In Olympic games since the ancient meets in Athens and Is really a, hetier understood system, roni an Intoi national standpoint, At present there is no way a' 'com-, paring tho boat efforts of the world's lending athletic performers under the two systems. For example the 1QO a standard sprint In. England, Uasin, Canada, South Africa and America, js nine yards one foot and one Inch short of the 100 metre sprint Despite this clash in tho two measur- ing systems, it Is probable that" the point of substituting iho inctrlq fop passed If July 8 to To Winnipeg urnl velum Cioing Dittos, July n Limit, July R. G. McNellfic, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. States, Germany, Prance nnd Finland, -likely "to .he Incorporated Into tlie pecmaiient Olympic fiames code to he prepared at the conference, of IDl-i. It will be strongly urged thai the Olympic, committee adopt a standard sot uf track and field events ai recog- distances and weights1 to hold for all time "and that tbts" program he evyatate antl distinct from such usual Olympic side lights'as skating, yacht- ing, polo, tennis and other modern features of. sporting comndllllon. NO objection (o these sports will he inter. posed liy the I. A. A. F. but it "will be suggested .that they, ho held as dis- tinct ami 'apart from tlie standard Olympic program. The question of the measurement methods of future" games nlso vviH be disciiEsed. At p-reBent tho Olympic meets are haseA upon the metric sys- tem, whereas the leading athletic nntlonn oE tho world use yards and feet in maiburfnj; trnck and field tho. countries .most interested can se- cure a standardized .aex. of Olympic This in ifaelC be a fiteat advantage and asstHtanco to countries preparing to enter tsacaB, since it would permit the program to be known savcral years, in advaiice. In aritlltlon tt will bar the local Olym- pic committees from loserling in the schedules a number of events or con- testa ave intended -for home athletic talent and which con- tfuito for a period of time -which abso- bars foreign entrants Jroio. en- tering .in such com petitions. KILBANE A HOG Because of bfs o.vorbltant demands, Champion Johnny 'Kilbnne will not get the chance to box In Milwaukee for some time. The matchmaker at tha National A. C. of that- city wired to Kllbauo asking: him his terms to hor Charley WliUe of Chicago a 10-rouml bout, but whan Ktlbane's managed, Jimmy Dunn, wired back thai Kilbmie must get a Rimrantee with tho pTjvHego of 35 per rent of the receipts be wns promptly passed up, To ward off a chill, to brace up flagging energy, to promote sociability, to instil, the genial glow of health Flat and Edmonton played two poor WHITE SOX THERE gnmcs of hull heft 'today> noth EXCELLENT PICTURE OF NEW" AUTO-POLO GAME to ihe locals h> 13 to 3 and 0 tp .1 scores. the Edmonton players, Rcdtilck, Spencer and llcllar, tlicir train and Muiiagcr Hedmond had to call upon a "couple of ex-pros to help him nut. This and TJio Y. M. Ci, A, had things coming1 their way in UIQ. forepart of the gnmej .last night at iho ball park, but the- White Sox flniahtic! stronyov Tinrf beat' V" to it by a run. The score tlm fact thrii a cmmlt ol the Edtnon- r i.Tdil line-ups- ton pi avers are already, sufieiirig gox fcom Iiurla hpincd to vis- itors. Tim Jorals took advantage of the oE their opponentfi to ratte.n_ their averages ad liiersdocfer eighteen hits, there lic- ing tvvo fiomc rims. Schnciitor ptlfhcd good when the- game was on ice gave, way to Manager Dunn. Twelve Halters laced Rkcc'ls in the first inning, six hita a couple (i( walXs scndiJiR In sere a runs. There- after the locals took things easy; Mnd pitched pond hall. 003 i Y. M. G. A............34200020 11 White J. McPhce, 2b; Simp-1 flou, c; Green, lb; Smith ,cf; Meyers, ss; U. McVhee 3o; Reynoldsl If; McKnin rf; WHllama pi Davles. j V. M. C. !I; Hearth, 2b; OlinrUon, If, Carle, ss; Jen-j nlnssj cf; Roberts, if; Campbell, 3b; Frey, lb; Stcwnrt. c; Umpire ,Wrny, FAMOUS i-> HORSE DROPPED