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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THB LETHBR1PQE DAILY Fell in the Thick of the Fighting BROOKLYN FIRST GAINS BATTING LEADER- SHIP OF NATIONAL LEAGUE New York..... 0 Philadelphia 3 aid Meyers Alexander and IClHiler. st 0 Pittsburg 5 Snyder; Harmon and Behang. ______ AMERICAN W. L. Bosto Detroit ifasblbgton St. .Louis FhiladelHiia 39 46 35 32 26 35 34 2i 28 34 33 41 43 42 Buffalo, N.Y., July Mrs. Jess Wlllard is dying of quieK consumption, say. Buffalo phy- sicians, who .examined her. They declare shV cannot live more than a month. She will go to the Willanl home at Em- PMladelpliia...... -3 NLouis 4 Kansas City 3 >ou Plank Crandall and Hartley sjobnioa Brown. '1 Newark Hen-. -Monty, Realbach, INTERNATIONAL Montreal 33 29 J7 f. 32 29 30 40 TOTMtO JMchmcnd 32 proTidtBOB......... 5 Richmond BuBalo....... BufSalo Koeheiter Harrieburg Hirrirturj: J'et. .507 .576 .533 .590 .484 .482 .355. Toronto Toiemtd. Citf. IJODO Bull! ICilUa with 51 which, as the season is not quite half over, indicates his total for the year will be more than 100. He also has scored most for 67 Crawford has outdis- tanced him in long-hits, with total bases numbering 127. Oldrin'- and Cald- well, of "New with -tour apiece, hold the lead as home rim hitters. Chicago leads in team hitting with .287 and Detroit is next with .258. Top-notch pitchers arc Fabcr, .Chi- cago, won 14 and lost 2 Wood, Bos- ton, 6 and J. Scott, Chicago, 10 and 3 Fisher, New York, 10 and S Johnson, Washington, 12 and 5 Benz, Chicago, 7 and 3. LEE MAGEE LEADS Magee, Brooklyn's manager, beads the Federal batters with .352, but he has lost other honors he held, -KBE- etchy, Pittsburg, leading in total with 115 Kauff, Brooklyn, in stolen bases, with 23 and Evans, Brooklyn and Baltimore, in runs scor- ed at 43. Following Ma'gee, the bat- tars are: Campbell, Louis, .337 Chi- cago, .835 Easterly, Kansas City, .338 Brooklyn, .332 Yerkes, Pittsbiitg, .327 Fischer, Chicago, -3J4 Duncan, Baltimore, .324 My- ers, Brooklyn, .312. Chas, Buffalo; Konetchy, Pitts- .nrg and Walsh, Baltimore, are tied in home runs at seven Brooklyn leads the clubs in batting with .282, and Chicago is next with .263. straight left landed White's nose. The latter, howeve kept up a forcing, contest, and had shade the best of the round. Although Welsh had the advanta in the sixth and seventh round White came fast in the eighth. Wels who was tiring, held on in thr clinc cs. Several times White [ailed land with his left, but he forced t fighting in the ninth and tenth. Fi rounds were White's four with honors even in one. Here is a copy of a letter from cut.-Col. Stewart, 1st Battalion, uck Watch Uoglmeiil. at tho front, Mr. Hugh Bono, respecting tlio alh of tho bitter's brother, Lieut. eorKG D. Bone, we'il-luiown In Loth- Ideo football circles. The follow- g BhowB Bone to have died tho thick of the fiEhiliiB, Icadlim men to victory: "Dear -Mr. writing Is morning, I have received encloB- note from Lleut.-Col. Davidson, to- jther with five old letters and-a 20- anc note. The letters are evidently creed "by bullets. I have sent thorn id the 20-franc note to tho Base Pay- aster, B.E.K., who should forward lem to you. "Your brother, Instead of falling here I thought, must have leil his en over the German breastwork ght on to the place which we hoped make our final objective. "I am proud that an officer of my oelment did so magnificently, and 1 eplore our heavy loss of so gallant leader of men. "There is not an officer or man of Is comrades who does not sympath- most deeply with you and his iraliy. 'Yours very sincerely, "C. B. STEWART. ,ieut.-Co1. Commanding 1st Black Watch." TO PLAY LAWN TENNIS AT COLEMAN MlT Wesley tennis club has arranged hree matches with the Coleman ten- club at Coleman in connection vith the Wesley church Sunday- school' excursion this Thursday. Cole- nan has long been noted for its ten- iio experts, and some good contests ire expected. The Wesley players will be as fol- ows: Messrs. Guest, Young, Cobble- lick, Carson, Petrie and Davldsou. INDIANS SHOW' THE WAY Toronto, Ont., July a Queen City 'lacrosse league, game Teoumn ins defeated Rosedaie by S goals to The Indians led all the way. GLORIOUS FOURTH Wrciitliam. July day _fwrciiiirain. was n 1-hc demonstration train pulled mmiplly at nine o'ciocn and t ic ,hnvd was kept busy lookmfi ojec ,hi) many, interesting exhibits for tic icvt three liolirs. I1'-' S- LelhngwcM, M p P was on the tram and tool iair.s to sec that every one visited the train. The stock exhibits ami the discussions on them were greatly ap- preciated by all the men as was also he Woman's Institute by the women The rural population is surely ailord c, a great treat by having this dem- onstration work come to their vcn train left at p. m. and the crowd assembled in variou eroups anil enjoyed a good old-fash ioned picnic lunch. After dinner ev- eryone assembled in the hall over Mr. Perkins' store and listened to short program. W S. Hull oi gave a very appropriate patriotic address dealing with the growth oi Umada from the date oi confederation to the present time. He-also compared Can- adian liberties with those of other countries especially our sister on the south, and touched upon Canada s dutv to the Umpire. 1ms was Ball's lirst visit to our town, hue we trust it will not be his last, Mr. Ball's address was followed by a Jiort address by C. B. Perkins on at War." The Weaver or- chestra gave a section and the pro- gram closed by the crowd singing, Save the King. The track sports were then called, consisting oi boys', girls' and men s races. The tug-of-vvar between the north and south side was won by the soutli The boy scout race between I'viell's Lake and Patience was won iv Patience. The horse races were taken charge of by Chris Selk and Chris and some very exciting and interesting races were pulled oil. The children's dance; in the after- noon was greatly appreciated by the ch'dren The evening dance started about nine o'clock and t-hirty couples tripped the light fantistic till the wee small hours of the morning. It was a day greatly enjoyed by everyone, and all went home, sorry it comes but once a year. Chicago, 111., July Eight persons were killed and 117 injured, as a result of Fourth mjuicu, nn of July celebrations through- v out the nation, yesterday, ae- cording to figures compiled to- day by the Chicago Tribune. In 1S14 the total number ot victims was nine killed and '601 injured. "MADE IN CANADA" For4 Runabout f Price Lock a man up and he Cithers. It takes tho sunshiny and rresh air to preserve perfect health. Tho Ford has opened up the great, invigorating out-of-doors to Ihe Canadian of moderate means. More than ifty thousand Canadians are using the Ford both for pleadure and business. Buvers of Ford ears will share in our profits if we 30000 cars between August 1, 1914 and August 1 1915. Runabout ?540; Town Car 1840; F. O. B. Ford, Ontario, with all emiipment, including electric headlights. Cars on display and sale at THE FORD GAEAGE VIRTUE ttMWAVE.8. PHONE 6S3, 'J AlberiaAihietes Break Manitoba Records "INDIAN" TRIUMPHS The Indian motor-cycle has receiv- ed the "medal of honor" at the Pan- ama-Pacific Intefnationni Exposition, Sari Francisco. This is a triumph for the "Indian." The medal ot honor is the highest possible award for motor cycle excellence, and outrfjiks all "old, silver or bronze medals given for superiority at the Fair In this de- Winnipeg, Julv I -Three Manitoba records neic broken in the hnak of the Dominion amateur track and field athletic championships held here jes- terday m connection with the patri otic carnnal D J fable, of Mont- real A.A A with a llirtns of 110 it 10 in boosted the discus record by over 4 fret Roy Haliburton ot fcd- monton V C A added 5 inches to the broad jump record, his leap he 23 feet 1 in and Dr Joseph Brieker, of Coronation, AHa bv clearing 11 feet Um. m the pole vault, 11 inches over the old mark The.results of the finals follows 100 yard, championship 11 Gavin, Toronto, v.on L S Arm- strong, Winnipeg, second, J Army Howard, third Time 11 l-o Se32o''iard- final-H McGaMU, Howar'd, third 'lime 23 seconds 880 jards run-J Trcsidder, Tc-r- nnto non J II O'Haia, Montreal recond Jack Beckett, Winnipeg, 1 mile walk-T. Slight, Winnipeg, von H Dowle Winnipeg, second A Dowle, Winnipeg, third Trmo.1 7 28 4-5 i 120 lards, high B Naa- amp, Ilumboldt, Sask won; Dr. J Brieker, Coronation, Alta sec- ond W. B. Winnipeg, third. Time 16 3-fi seconds. 5 mile lun-W R Chandler, Van- couver, non, T Brandon, second E J Staples, Winnipeg, third. Time Running broad jump-Kov HaWrai- ton Edmonton, R. A. Ham- mond, Regma, second Dr. J Briek- er, Coronation, third Distance 22 [eel 4 inches. Pole vault-Dr J. Brieker, woij W Higgms, Winnipeg, second 51 Hodge, Winnipeg, third. Height 11 1 14-pound hammer Mc- Diarmld, "Vancomer, J on J. MC-. Eachern, second D 3, Cable, third. Distance 136 feet inches. 0UW- 'Jeney City. ,11 NOKTH VVESTBHN .Vlctorii 3 Srattle Second Vtctolia 11 Secoid game Taeerna Seattle Spokane Spokane Aberdeen AM. ASSOCIATION 5 Loukrrille CohnnbtiE Ctewlmd 3 MiftBMpohs i pity 0 OARtMIN WON Mu, Jvlr 4 sooo tofMfl mt to patriotic Rtd mvtr on VANDIRBILT HOR9E3 Big Announcid to Be H.ld Shortly New York, N.Y., July Prize win- nine horses owned by the late Alfred (3. Vanderbilt, president of tne Horse Show association, who lost his life in the sinking ot the Uiilunla by a Oermin submarine, will nut OB ule here within a few vetki, iccorilnj to an announcement today Thirty-four horses, some of them noted winners including novice buctney harness horses, im- ported from England by Mr Vander- DIR. but nevtr exhibited here, are In the first consignment to be sold animals were in training when Mr. VanderWlt left New York. VANCOUVER TEAM WON Vancouver, BC, July B. In an ex- hibition game staged lor the benefit of the Vancouver Baieball club, the Vancouver Lacrosse club defeated the New Westminster Minto hold Wish Him Awful Fate Ex-Umpire- Shover: next per- son that tries to talk me piring, a ball game, I'll have arrested, and 1 hope to see him condemned to play ball for .the.Travellers for the rest of his life." None Available Have you no excuse to offer for such laziness? Hired Mac: I haven't any that will work! A'-Warning As yet F don't consider that Ii well-becomes a dub like In any espert'. golfer's chat To step up to the tee. Discreetly silent'I remain ears to make the most: of For I have made (to put.it plain) No drive that I can-boast of. 'Tis mine to listen and to learn To do as each one shows me, 'Tis not my lack, so far, to.ep.ru A ball that someone owes me. When someone hands to me a bati, A white and spotless token OE victory, I warn yo.u all My silence wftl be broken. A New Species Jim Thorpe will always known to baseball as a" "newspaper major leaguer." Thorpe failed to develop MlWIHt Wf WtauiMf fefeattaf the Xttar _ .1 AltBnlM. OMPARE OUR PRICES WITH CATALOGUE HOUSI THESE PRICES ARE LAID DOWN IN LETHBRIDGE eaguer. or under McGraw of the Giants, and was shifted to Jersey City of the Interna j tional league For a while Thorpe j went well, but after one swing around the circuit he was through. The pitchers discoieied his weakness and eune balled him to death Now he's on the bench. A Very Mean Friend Speaking of mean men, the very- meanest is a friend of nline who iri- luced me to umpire a certain ball lame. Shover. The by score of 19 to 7. mttch clean, the out- pliyinr the world's champions at all itiget of the game. _________ NORTHERN LIAOQE DROPS TWO CLU1S' Duloth, Minn, a moetlns of the -Northern lea- held here night, Forks, N.D, and 8u- nerior Wfs clubs were (drop- the l.Mru., ,the orcAntution will ftnisn wren clubs PUyeri win be by Duluth Win- WM drjfted and vlH io Into Tuei- with nulnth lit M Wllltan. at VlrdnU >m St. ttmUKt NEW AMERICAN San Franci-co, CVi CHAMPION luK The Standard, 500 i Diamond N, 550 ft. annual swimming meet of the Pacific Athletic association of the A A H, which took place at the Sutro batns, here last night, brought io light a, new American cli.impion In the per son of Miss Frances Coirells, an 18 I year- old San Francisco girt, who set a new rnaik in the 50-jard swim Her time was' 33 Co of a second taster than the set in Honolulu. ROVERS AND ST. ANDREW'S Theie will bo a footba'l game at the Barracks tomorrow night, between tho Rovers and the St Andrews Kick- off at 7 o'tiock. The following players requested to turn up at the YMJ3A for the Rovers in good tlmf for the game Collier, Kane and Watts, Qillespie, McKay and Keny, 'McDonald, Buch- anan, Holland, i Knox and Jones CORNWALL BEAT Montreal, que, July Cornwall allying a clover combination, obtain- ed long lead in the first half of the N.Ltl game agnlnst Shamrocks here, Saturday, 7 Je A eror __ B-asBara-g IHayr Hardware Co, 1 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA ;