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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TI1UUSDAY, JULY S, 1915 THE I.ETHB11IUGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRBI NATIONAL I'hihulcliliiu SI. BROOKLYN AND BOSTON STAR PITCHERS PUT UP GREAT BATTLE CALLIES PICK UP A PLAYER OF PROMISE IN PERSON OF LAYTON IRWIN JACK COOMBS COLLAPSES Urooklyn, July A f let making Rovers defeated St. Veteran Faints During Game From Strained Tendon in a game of football at the barracks ning the iirst gunit! of grounds last night. Knox and Huchana fouglif out a 10 liming lioston............... 3 llronlilyn Tyler anil Whaling .Smith and Mc- Carly. Second game (Hi Boston............... (I Brooklyn 0 (Called on account of darkness.) James, Davis and Whaling Doug- lass and Chicago............. 7 I'ltlsburs -I Lavender and Archer Adams, Coo- per anil Gibson. York 5 Philadelphia -I Miithewsoii anil Meyers Mayer and Killifcr. EASTERN STARS LET OUT BY .-GATE RECEIPTS Urooklyli, N.Y., July Jack Coombs, tho veteran pitcher, minted In tho pitch- er's liox today, as lie was wliuUiiK Hi) to ullcli. the lial'i to a lioston batsman in tho fourth inning of thu firsl same be- hv.ueli Brooklyn anil tlie Bos- ton llravos. Coombs fell to the ground, and had.to lie car- ried off tbu field. Au examination at the club- uiuujiii" vw disclosed the fact that spring to tin- Vancouver club terim u.irlei. nlld strain- the .llinto Cup suncs agamsl the his left log. He sodn recovered from the attack hut it was said that it will be a week or ten days bnfore he will be able to pitch again. Vancouver, July Players Rcralil, Donohce and Roberts, eastern lacrosse stars; whom Jones brought to the coast the dm this i p series ag New Westminster team, will leave for the east on Wednesday, Con Jones liavint; declined to further guarantee their salaries owing to in- Second diliereiil support of tho team. Van- York......... il Philadelphia will finish out the season Tcsrcau and Meyers Utimarcc and world's champions with N Burns. AMERICAN W. 17 'II 3l> 32 2li 27 Pet. 1 .6-13 .fillil .'17! Boston Detroit New Wasliiirgtuu St. Louis Philadelphia Cleveland Philadelphia...... 5 Crowcll and Lapp Sweeney. Second Philadelphia...... li Nci ffyckoft anil Lapp Nuuamaker. Second 0 Boston 1 Knyii- mid Henry Leonard and Thomas. Washington....... 1 lioston rain. Louis, postponed rain. igainst the world's cliampi... home brews, sixteen of whom are liiic For tlie rest oi .the. season. New Westminster has the, .lliuto cup prac- tically cinched. Con Jones announced, last evening thill he was through.paying salaries, alter displaying hjs. .ledger which showed a ill-licit of 'i'his gives lacrosse, n'.'.ljig sct-haek at the It has been a (lisas- I trona year, anil with Wcst-.iin- York Calilwell York Shaw-key slcr cinching the cup so easily, j bottom leil out of the game and it- is douhlitii whether Vancouver will finish the season. FEDERAL Kilnsiiii City St. Louis Chicago IMUshlirg Newark Brooklyn Buffalo" Baltimore Buffalo............... 3 Brooklyn Marshall and Blair; Walker Simon. Newark.............. 5 Baltimore Brandon and Kariden Bailey Owens. ROTTEN UMPIRING WINS PURSE BRATION AT- MONDAY Fielder Jones Resigns Post as Manager of St. Louis Federals Kansas City Kan., July Fielder Jones, who ycsterday resiyned as manager of the St. J-o.'.iis Federals, declaring he would not stand for the rot- ten umpiring in the Federa'i league, has been indefinitely suspended liy President Gil- niore for the part he played in yesterday's argument with Umpire Henry Howell. .Tones lias agreed to stay with St. Louis until his suc- cessor has been chosen. mirilr.lt, July celebrat- Patriotic Day here July 5 and the. day was a decided success. One thousand people'were in attendance. Baseball games between Tabcr, Bow Island and liuriletl were features of the entertainment program. 'I hey played for a purse of S25. Bow Is- land won the purse, defeating Taber in the Iirst .game, and defeating Bnnlctt in t-lii! soeond game: Both games were very snappy. The horse racing and other races and events were good anu every one report a real enjoyable time. Large crowds from Tahcr to Seven Persons 'took in the celebration. Mackie and Irwin, the two new half backs, who played a star game for the Hovers; Invin so impressed some big league Gallic players that they camped on his trail after the game until they rounded him up and suc- ceeded' getting his signature to a Gallic, contract. He is a son (Lay- ton) of Vy. H. Irwin, clerk of the dis- trict, .court. He is a student of the Bishop- P.inkham College of Calgary, but is now home on his holidays. The Hovers lined up as follows Collier Kane and Watts Irwin, GERMANS PREPARING TO OPERATE SUBMARINES IN CANADIAN WATERS York, July Tribune i lliods by which his under-sea fleet plans to carrv her can the great quantities oi-' i 111111111 ctiiiitirirl frnni first game u hattlc between southpaws, Smith having a shade uu Tyler. The second game was called at the end of the Kith on account of darkness, alter Douglass had fought a great duil with James and Davis. The Braves got only one hit ofl Douglass in the first five innings, and only four altogether. James allow- ed "two hits in live innings and then gave way to a pinch bitter. Davis pitched great ball in the last 11 in- nings, keeping the 9 hits off him well scattered. Both teams had numerous Admiral Von Tirpite, chief )f stall of tlie OVisaii admiralty. The plan as outlined provides ior the establishment of submarine bases oft the Canadian coast with io sinking every vessel leaving Halifax and Quebec for Hritish ports Mackie 'and Gillcspie Macilonald! chances to score, hut were stopped Holland, Knox, Unchanan and Jones, j by brilliant fielding. INTERNATIONAL Rochester.......... 1 Jersey City 1 Providence 2 Kichmond Montreal............ 3 Harrisliurg AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus 8 Kansas City Lontevitle 1 St. Paul NORTHWESTERN Tacoma 1 Aberdeen Yietoria fi Seattle Vancouver 1 Spokane famed Ella Wheetcr Wilco-V-, poetess, has.joined hand Rose, reformed gambler and gang- ster, .in the production oi human- ology films. Jack Hose will be rc- incinhered as the witness who turned state's evidence in the Rosen thai murder trial, and on whose evidence Police Lieut. Becker faces the eiec-. trie chair. That, Hose has reformed and made good ex on.iu. JOJIP 0 The Triangle Club groups; of'the" Y. The'Wrong Dope Betsy Hal, owned by R. McGirr, Saak., fell dead on the track In the lay of tlie second race at the last day's meet in con- nection-with Ithe Calgary exhibition. The poor horse was; .ikely squirted ".carbolic acid in mistake for tlie usually prescribed dope. Has Nothing on W. C. L. Umpiring In. the Federal 'league has een so putrid- that Fielder Jones lifts': tip his job as pilot Of he' St.'lxwis eliib, league leaders. iHad Jones been manager of. a west- ern Canada league club lie'd have committed suicide. Will Have His Troubles Somebody "borrowed" Jtert Bang's good foot toggery while he vas-. pitching for Knox the other night. Whoever tlie light-fjngered artist s, he will Have some f.un trying to fill those No.-12's of. Bert's.. Filling tlie shoes of a baseball manager- pitcher is a gigantic undertaking. Futurity Event As Freddie "Welsh still insists upon guarantee before he meets Willie the battle should be one of the feature combats of 198G, II not later. A. 'cries til oer-night camps this week-end, leav- ing the association on Friday after- noon. It is an excellent thing for the boys to get away from the or- dinary routine for a few days and lie famed dinary routine ior a few days ana with ".lack! walk "the stop- That. Hose has reformed and made seniors at fifteen dollars each )od is-quite clear by the following [intending to. go to camp mu :tract From a letter from thy Rev. j in their names to the Y. M "ping overnight, doing their own cook- ing, building their "lean to" or shel- ter, and roughing it. These overnight camps are not tended to take the place :of the regu- lar camp at Watertoh Lakes, "which will he held from .July 26th to Aug- ust 5th. To finance the camp at trie" Waterton it will take twenty boys at twelve dollars each, and ten seniors at fifteen dollars each. Those ist hand ____ j in their names to tlie v. M. C. Henry Jlcdcij- "First Methodist church j olfice on or before the 17th pE this Southampton, Lung Island "1 he- i Hove he has a message which all 2 thinking men and women should sec, a message that puts us on our guard against "wnniimnt (lingers to our common weal tli. H is a sermon as well as" a picture, suitable for any Sunday church as well as the Lyceum platform. He can count on my help anv time lie needs it. I predict for him a 'brilliant future Ifl.-PLW SPOKANE LOST TO BOISE NORTHWEST TOURNA- MENT Spokane, polo learn went down yesterday at'the hands'of 'Boise after'a close month, U they "want the camp to ma1 terialize. KAUFF TO STAY.AT BROOKLYN Being No Chance of Federal Star Traded to Chicago The first motion picture to be pro- duced under the-humauology brand is "Are they born or pits ture that -has set the whole nation The honor of bringing this production to Lclihluidge" rests with the miuagfii of tht, where! Vic Born or Aladc be the nc.ii future au the JIIICL of admission New York, K.Y., July -Ma gee, manager of the Brooklyn. Feder als, said tonight there was- no pos- sibility of Benny Kauff being trad- ed to Chicago. He will .-play with Brooklyn when his, suspension is over or not at all, and that is final, said Ma gee. Magee si'd he still negotiating with Outfielder former Giant and that it was a case of outbidding ig ;r Bresnahan of the Chicago Na- tionals.! BART TO BOX CLABBY New York, N.Y., July SOlcller Bartficlrl, New York's latest .boxing and harJ fought match at the inter- state fairgrounds in the lirst of the four-game scries of. the third jiortlnvest polo tournament. The I final score was (ij- to in favor of tho visitors. The individual star was Herbert I.emp, captain of the Uoise team. Lemp scored tone of his team's seven iheiutliiifc ;i brill iatit; backhand- ed goal from a (iimcult angle in the eighth period which clinched tho vic- "uJry Eor his team. His mount, Dutch, which lie used in foiir of the eight chiikkas, was pony, on the field. Lcmji accomplished all-bis scoringMii spite ,-'6f the -fact .that1 he played No. 3, and. was called upon lor the bulk of the. defensive work for his team. Tlie other star for the. visitors was Harry Falk, who played No. l, and scored, the other thrra. goals for liis team. Through yesterday's contest Spokane uM lie slntcil to meet the (cam from 'Cowley, Alberta, on Thursday afternoon. The Canadians strong and a good fontesb' is' cxpecfccir, N.o game Bchediilcd for today. sensation, tackles Jimmy dabby for (en rounds tH Eeich .lulv. 10. Bartfield recently gave e Gibbons a good scran, some pa- pers snmg him the decision. If he does well against dabby, he will have to be recognized enough champion contender JIMMY RYAN GOES, BACK Rloomington, III., July ...ftton Threc-I club yesterday bought Pitcher Jimmy 'Uyan from the Kansas City American association team He was drafted from Regina the Western 'Cauada .league- last year. EXIT DANNY MURPHY 'New York, N.Y., July Wurphy. outfielder of the Brooklyn FetlenVis, and' former 'captain of the .Philadelphia Alhletics, has been im- corid.itiQimlly released the Urook- lyn l FREE-FOR-ALL FlGVIT A free-for-all "light occurred in the seventh inning of- the "Chicago-Cincin- nati game at Chicago Tuesday, after Good tripled. He slid into the bag and spiked Olson. Olsoh became enraged and struck at Good. In a moment they were exchanging blows. V The loca'l players came to the assistance of Good. Cincinnati players joined in the fracas, and it was. some: time' be- fore Umpire Quiglcy got control. of tilings. Qulgley then ordered-: Olson to the clubhouse and made Good'fol- low. All the extra players on the bench a'iso were banished; THE POET'S LIAR When Tubal Cain discovered 'Twas he, we have been We'll bet he sang of fishermen And likewise hunters bold. He told their deeds iu rough-hewn As they! were told to him, And, so they split their bag, he kept Their fame from growing dim. He rhymed about-the string of. fish Which'brother Tubal caught, Lnd what he framed from Tubal's Was not played down, I wot. So from that eai'ly day to this, When" pb'e'ts do'aspire, You'-ll-'al'iysys of.thei strike up the 'on the accent. A Whale Story This Is; the season of fish stor Here is a whale of a yarn from Cran B.C. 'Fishing parties are much in vogue these glorious days of sunshine anc shower- Some ta jams are by these uisciples oi old Isiiak, a t'ewftf them being quite jirobable and others bearing a fui semblance to the rea'i thing. For instance -Dave Sutherland caught a whale of a'fish today in the St. -Mary's lake, which is corroborated by Mr. Ed. Johnson, another truthful fisher- man, who claims'that the whole story has not been told b Mr Sutherland After tickling the stream' for only a short time, Mr. Sutherland felt a nib- bJe and in an instant was almost pull ed into the river..., He shouted for help but none came He finallj sue ceeded in landing the fish into his net. but no sooner had, he ed this feat than the handle snapped off. and the fish an'd net parted com- with Mr Sutherland The fish Wanted Judge's Approval to Call Off Commission Winnipeg, July Ex-Judge Frank Phippen, who represented Kelly and the Hoblin administration, appeared. before the commission investigating the Fullerton charges today, and cor- roborated the evidence already given by Attorney-General Hudson. He ventured the statement that he bad read .Mr. Hudson's evidence given be- fore the coinmis.sion, and it was cor- rect save in a few unimportant de- tails. He said that throughout tlie negotiations with Mr. Hudson the latter had not been anxious to come to .any arrangement. Sir. Phippen had urged the discontinuance oi the royal commission in favor of, a civil suit, declaring that, Norwood and Salt were out of the country and the commission could not compel evidence outside of Canada. In -a civil suit, however, these witnesses could be se- cured. Mr. Hudson had stated that any arrangement made should, hinge on two first that Sir Redmond's resignation letter must practically admit the correctness of Mr. Hud- son's charges, and second, that the Mathers commission must agree that the arrangement was the proper thing. But Mr. Hudson had distinct- ly said Mr. Phippen, that there was no arrangement on the part of the new govern gement on t ment that Kelly should be continued as contractor, oi the new parliament buildings; Mr. Hudson had also plainly stated thai the new government mimt be free to bring any action it had a -right to hrinK on evidence produced before the Mathers commission. Tragedy Due to Jealousy in Love Edmonton, f July sensa- tional evidence was given today in the preliminary trial at Lac St. Anne before Justices of the Peace Baker and McKean, of Stanley V.'il- iard, the mail carrier between Wa- bamum and Sac St. Anne, charged with wilful'murder by means of pois- oned chocolates.. It had' been'rumored' ever since the submarine w.arfarc into waters, according to a reserve officer munitions slupiicd from Canada to-, trom teaching their dcsttna-'. of the German navy, who is under-1 "Germans who profess to ,be aware- itooii-to he cognizant of the inten- pf the intentions, of the admiralty; declare that there is no doubt the campaign will he under way soon and arc certain it will "A feature that has made the mans especially desirous of station-.v ing submarines off Canada is the portunity that would thus be afford-1 "In well informed Gc.nnan circles ed of sinking transports conveying rumors of an important submarine Canadian troops to tngland and. contraband-laden It' has been gen- erally known that Von Tirpitz has jent all his energies to devising me- Frunce. "The latest German submarlnBS are' said to have a cruising radius 5000 miles." V.' CAPTAIN SCRIMGER, V.C. Of Montreal, Medical Officer of the Overseas Battalion, sou of Prin- cipal Scrimger of tlie Montreal Pres- byterian College, who was awarded the coveted Victoria Cross decoration for gallantry in the fighting at St. .lulleil. He tended the wounded in the advanced trenches under terrific Draft of German Note Not Pleasing July London, July thoj" events I have chronicled "royal navy has been father and mb'ther to, the army. Not one of us but real-.-.'.. izes how much he owes to Vice-Ad- miral de Robeck to tho French and Hritish to the destroy-V- crs, mine-sweepers and picked boats, t and to all tlieir dauntless crews, who took no thoughts of themselves, hut risked everything to give their soldier comrades a fair run-in at enemy." Thus General Sir Ian commander-iii-chief oi the. troops at the Dardanelles, pays bute tc at the end of his-' first full report describing the purple- days of the landing on the peninsula. Gen. Hamilton admits was'1' touch and go" many times before the invaders established a footing. In sev- eral instances half of the landing parties were killed or wnunded be- fore they could teach ever., the slight shelter afforded by the sandy bant. A- great majority of the senior 'offic- ers were either killed or wounded. Of the, Australians he says "Like hghtnine leaped ashore and each man that did so went straight ith his baj onet at the en- cnn So vigorous was the onslaught the Turks made no attempt to mfh- J stand it and fled to ridge I pursued by the Australian infantry in Urrlm a tentative draft of its re- pH to the note ol June which asked ior assurances that Vmerican rights on the high seas would not he lurther uolated by German sub- marine commanders. v Aftar cartful of. the contents' of- the proposed lined bv Ambassador Gerard, which Voted Without Naturalization lined bv Ambassador ueraru, wnicn Ruuulim the German of the coincides with Berlin press dispatch- Coaldale district who was taken in- es of the last s, high officials ta custody of the n are practicalh agreed that-the Unit- ed States cannot, .without important nejtral rights, express its approval of the German proposals m their present :fonn. ON SEVEN DAYS' LEAVE. London, July more Can- adian officers and men have, arrived here from the vfront for seven announce the death of leave. Relatives tragedy that a love affair was at the bottom of. the and this. was Relatives announce me aeatn borne out by the evidence given at Cedric Keen; 5th Battalion, only the preliminary hearing today. There Richard Keen FOR AUSTRIAN LOAN Vienna, luly 7 announce- ment was made lesterday that the subscriptions to the second Austro Hungarian loan amounted to ijauj n.vti motor irucnn. was o mastadon species weighing 20 i _________ pounds trov Mr Sutherland made] Most o( tihe Tor these observations just as the handle Game Guardian H. J. Scott of Grassy Lake has been appointed a marry her, tint he impregnated the chocolwtes with strychnine and sent them to his rival, Fowlie, hoping that. the latter coulu tnereby be got out o! the way Experiments have bren so satisfac tory that the Creek army will, form an automobile" battalion with ,400 motor trucks. rld's sources of tin his net snanped The game still goes on gentle reader Mr Harry McKowan, one of the was fishing near the had a sim- ilar experience, but; Mr. McKowan was successful iu. bringing home tho real McCoy: Mr. McKowan was in his boat, trailing the extensive wa- ters of the lake and imbibing in the scenery, when bingo a pull on the line which a'imost upset the boat brought him bicl to the fact that something more than a fish was at his bait. The strain on the line was more than he-could stand, so he hitch- ed on to the rowlock. After towing the boat around the'.lake, by chance the line was. snubbed to a sapling ashore, the 'iine being given threo turns on the tree, i As v soon as Mr. Trout felt the strain he put on full steam ahead and cut the hark of the tree it took the gentlemen two hoitjra to land the'. trout, and' now the yarn will be .banded, on to his child- ren's children as OM of the greatest exploits ever known in these parts, Short fish and bear stories like the above are now in Jliopk Herald, ore are either stationary or receding in output BoliMa of all countries alone giMng promise of permanence and Ijlture growth WKAR SHOES for evei-y SPORT and RECREATION crowns ______jdy of the mounted police for having in his possession firearms, was examined the harraeks this afternoon He declare! that he is a Oerman subject and otters no de- fence, but his son declares that1 he is a naturalized Canadian and has vot- ed at the polls on one occasion Ru- dolph admits that he has voted bat asserts po-itivsly that he has no naturalization papers The case 11 .rather unusual in this rxpect and Supt Peunefather intends tojnvestl- gate and And out how an alien came to vole It the man is a naturalized citizen the aspect of is changed and the charge will be drop- ped The case was remanded till tomorrow and Ross' son will be giv- en a chance to produce thf papers irthur Higmbotham acted as preter in the case. AUCTION SALQ Saturday Next, July lOlii AT 1 30 SHARP, AT NO 433 12th STREET SOUTH FRANK Is favored with instructions from W Maiwell, who u leaving the city, to by public auction and without resorve a 4- Furniture and effects, Oak Dining Chair.; Handnoroe Side- board, Ex Dining -Table; Miraim, Oak Rooter, Miule Cabinet, Sectional 'sections, m Mahogany, with top and base complete, leather seated Chairs in Three piece Parlor Suite in.walntit Sgr..5 easy chair, Sanitary Loaige; JHH Ffame Mirror Walnut Oak DresserfBrasB bed. with springs and felt Two Ostermoor rocker, Occasional Verandah Hammock: Ice Cream trie toas'ter, electric 1MB, range, and a of smaller items, Wtehen picture., glaaaware, hose with nozzle -i The auctioneer resnectfally'' a TERMS CASH OFFICe, Clock The Compn ,ON SATUHDAY NJOHT AT TJO OW-tiCK; ke held in Ah. old f FRANK WADOINOTON, AUCTIONHII ;