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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta HKKAMJ FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1914 Events Keenly Contested-Grey Cloud's Sensational Finish Feature of Day The best racing of the Lethbridge lait meet was the order of. things yesterday, the closing day. A similar program tb the two previous was run off. The free-for-all, hottftwpers' stale, valued at was the first event put on, though the second on the card The first event carded was not filled, a 2.30 pace, which was turned into a running race later on In the harness event Lady Goo- GK> captured the coin that with the winner. Lamona was placed second and Chestnut Hal third La- mona won the first heat of the race while the winner ran tt-rfl -Lady Goo Goo came- hack and showed her class by winning the next three heats with a consistent gait that knew no heatns in that company. Chestnut Hal Was second three times, hut lail- ed to ttt a first and was placed be- hind Lamona. The fourth stepper in the race was Glen C. THE RUNNERS Goddess of Morn repeated her per- formance of the previous dav when sne ramhled home first in the six iurlonzs dash. She got away in the lead and thwgh given a bid in the stretch by Leduc, always looked like a winner, even before they went to the jest. .Ethel Samsan skated un- der the wire third. Fire horses ran. Brombie beat Lady McNally for the lean and rail with Hcd Hanger gal- loping beautifully behind. Red Ranger overtook the leaders and commenced Were Not Conceded a Chance to Win but They Defeated the Irishman Two Goals to One-Slim Crowd in Attendance Grim determination mas written on the taces of the Sons of England team last night dhen stacked up asamst the Shamrocks m a lea gue fame, and although thev plavcd a man short .hroughout the game, were able to defeat the Irishmen by two to one The Shams had. the game won he- fore going on the field and the onh question in the minds M the fans was how niaav The Sons had a much weakened team on paper, the veteran Munday Lee absent through inrOUgn llljlutca uuau o------...... the forward line and scored the urn-'minutes from the kick-off, Paunch nmg goal Bestwick's goal was a peach, scored from the left wing and er across which doubt Hewitt was piobablv the finest goal seen on the field (his season Thompson! the Shams' left half, received .njur- thought was saicly beh'rd, hut th ics to his ankle towards the close net bulged in the far and the of the game, necessitating his retire- score was 1-1 For the rest oi the ment One of the moit promltlng young pitchers found by Connie Mack for his Athletics Is Herbert PeHhbck, a tail and slender youth, not yet twenty years old. He has never played in any minor league, only In amateur games around overtook the leaders fd his home In to establish a lead that made the havlna h wholly self-taught, having had no in- struction in pitching before Connie Mack picked him up. NATIONAL No games reported in the National league'yesterday. AMERICAN Chicago................ 3 7 5 Boston................ 2 7 2 Batteries: Cicotte and Schalk; R; Collins, Bedient and Carigan, Thorn- 484 7 6 3 Morton others look like selling-platers, hut he was dcomcd. His saddle slipped and forced the negro alight and tighten up, while Brombie and Lady McNally shot past. Even at that he made the, grade a show. Four horses ran. The half mile dash for green ponies was well fought out between Killar- ntv Bell and Chinook, Killarney Bell getting oB on the jump and establish- ing an advantage which she main- tained till the end. Chinook was jostled at the first turn and was set back, otherwise it is reasonable to believe Chinook would have been the winning horse. Chinook gathered speed as he went the round, made up his lost ground and gave the win- ner the run of his life to the wire. Coquett was third and went with the leader" nearly all the way until Chinook passed her. It was the big- gest field oi the 'day. Eight horses ran. The five-eighths dash was the most sensational race of the day. Grey Cloud, on the strength of his poor. Bhowing tha previous day, wasn't considered in the money, and. when he paastd judges' .stand .after the Btart he trailed along a bad fourth, but he first overtook Mazda on the tack ctretch, went along with Maz- da and crept upon tie heels of the leaders, swung into -the stretch even terms and ran it out.with Mai- da for Orst position, beating the dark horse under tie wire by ahead amidst the wildest of cheering from the multitude. Grey Cloud and Maz- da came down the stretch like a house afire and furnished the most spectacular finish oi the meet. Maz- da's iockey protested to the judges claiming that Amona and Nose 'Paint the two horses who seemed to have It between them at the start, Inter- fered and rode him wide coming down the streteh, in order to lot Grey Cloud vfla. The protest was not'heed- ed. Grey Cloud betting tickets were few and the holders pulled down a mint. Amora was a strong favorite end Mazda second choice. The running race that was substi- tuted for the 2.30 pace saw six hors-1 Baltimore.............. 3 8 es start. Yo Solo was backed to aJBrooklyn................ 5 9 The Shams' wore elated and tried re- peatedly to make it two, .but. sons showed good form and ho Stowe .kept the score down. Par and The Agricultural Society Unable to Stand Pressure and Banks Won't Come Tue Sons won the toss, and Gal- lagher kicked off before a small crowd There not a lot ot'llfe the early exchanges, the Shams not forcmn the came as one would repeatedlv oil-side, might have o o ____ game to that when thev took the Callies. into camp, but their combin Comphshed something The Sons were wiseh playing a one-back game, and IUH> uu, this had the Irishmen guessing Ten aiion soon began to show 'itself and minutes from time Faunch took tho they gave the Sons an anxious time ball down the wing and passing hack tor several minutes The latter were, to Draper, this quickly gave playing a quiet, even game, to Lush, who had no difficulty in ever and were not content with Seating Hewitt, and rhe wire the small end of the. play, they soon j leading. The latter's supporters made forced the game' into the enemy's a lot oi noise, their cheers lines, ami repeatedly got into shoot-) been in pickle Ior quite a time IHI-.V, ine distance. Several times they and encouraged the boys to increase looked like scoring, on one occasion their lead, hut full time arrived with- Maclecfl, July disappoint- ment was felt in Maalcod, when -it 'became known' tlmt tho'.oxccuiivc of the Agricultural societx had decided to pfuotkally eliminate tire racing proqrnm at the forthcoming leod fnir. This unlocked for .token only nfteir tlic most careful-consider- ation-of tho financial condition of the society, and was fully discussed at a recent meeting of the executive, when it .was decided to interview the bank- ers to See if arrangements could ho maile to advance the funds for -the carrying out of the program. The interview unfortunately proved unsatisfactory, and the .cancelling of the program was then decided on Well was origmaliv set aside' for the races, which Included cilnms' shret clean several open eienls, but m the place Shams sheet clean o( howerat( rome CICCiient rac- In the change oi Sousing among local sportsmen, and nov- the game, and looked Iocal have been approached with a wiv of the funds being ad- vanced, which have .resulted in most encouraging promises being made If these materialize a considerable por- tion of the original progrart will be restored In am event some excellent racing is promised, for the district is.'.fottunale chough to possess some exceptionally good horses The whole of the stock exhibits and ths'remainder ot the program will be carried out as advertised in the pte- jnitim. list, and the outlook is most promising, as the in all classes promise to be w.ell up to the Sons were playing a great game from this on, and Faunch each trjing to cicn up, and Flrlh tried shots from the halt hack line. But the first half finished with the IK. U-...R itrj much like them haling the best Lush was seen on' of the game w ith no score, until ten procured and paswd to LavencK who again passed to Bestvick, the latter heatmg his man and sending a sting ____ ______ game both teams tnea h-rd for the lead, and the game had every ap- pearance of a draw Wiiletts, the Shams' captain, went into the for- ward line, and if he had not been So Macleod fair. the spectators And it looked that-, way.'to the stand, hut Hewitt accidentally hit the ball with the back .of his hand and it rolled behind ior a corner, N'othin out further score, and the S j 13- bad the game won by two goals to one. LINBrUP OF S. 0. Parsons, 'Turner, Firth, Chenery,, Lush, Drap- London, July. All-England Tennis association today selected the British team to go tb the United States to play for the Dwight F. Davis International lawn itennis trophy, in resulted, and the Shains visited the .er, Sons' end x Gallagher taking tie ball! Seaman, Hoi- down Parsons let him by, and Stowe! land, ffiliette, McCormick, Campbell, rushing out, misjudged the distance, P.. Farrant, Gallagher, and Gallagher put in a shot left no doubt where it was which going. R. Thompson, Patterson. First game: Cleveland........ New York........ Batteries: Gregg, Nefll; Pieh, McHale and Nunamaker. Second .game: Cleveland.............. 3 10 4 New York.............. 3 8 1 (Called by darkness) Batteries: Steen and Keat- ing and Sweeney. St. Louis Washington............. Batteries: Hamilton and Shaw, Bngel and Henry. First game: Detroit............... Philadelphia 150 057 Agnew; Batteries: CoVeleski and Stanage; Shawkey, Breesler and Schang. Second game: Detroit........ Philadelphia............ Batteries: Dabuc and Baker; Wyck- off, Bush and Lapp. INTERNATIONAL Toronto 8, Montreal 7. Buffalo 3, Rochester 1. Buffalo 5, Rochester 0.. Providence 14, Jersey City 3. AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland 11, Minneapolis 7. Kansas City 3, Columbus 2. Milwaukee 4, Louisville 3. St. Paul forfeited game to Indian- apolis with score tied in sixth. Catch- er James hurt, and a substitute was not available. NORTHWESTERN Victoria 4, Seattle 3. Portland 3, Vancouver 1. Vancouver 12, Portland 0. Spokane 7, Tacoma 1. WESTERN CANADA Walloping the Quakers Saskatoon, Sask., July Hat made it four straight from the Quakers, whom, they defeated last night, 4 to 1. Although outhit, the Hatters won their game on their merits, three of the four runs being of the earned variety. Barth knocked out a triple, with two on, when' ttie game was tied'f putting it on ice. Medicine Hat...... 482 Saskatoon.............. 1 9 3 Leimley and Barth; Maiiio and Wal- ters. a 13 3 S NATIONAL New York Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Philadelphia Brooklyn...... Pittsburg...... Boston........ 'W. '41 40 39 36 33 32 30 L. P.O. 37 35 36 37 40 .541 .520 .485 .471 .464 AMERICAN Philadelphia Detroit Chicago Washington St. Louis t Boston Xew York W. 44 4-1 41 40 41 30 26 Cleveland....... .25 L. 31 35 33 35 36 SS 44 48 P.C. .587 .557 .506 .371 .342 the TEilS TEAM Great Britain should defeat France Jn .the preliminary round at Wimbledon, which begins tomorow. The Greater Parker Shows are showing at the EXHIBITION GROUNDS Tonlfllit and Tomorrow Bight Friday and Saturday 14-BiG SHOWS-14 Three Big Riding Devices YOUR VACATION AT >Vaterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer with 18 miles oi' Navigable Water for and Row Boats Goofl Trout Fishing Additional accommodation at the new (Rates and per day) Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Piii- oher Greek every morning for the Lakes, ENGLISH CRICKET 'London, lull" a county crick- et inateh at Bristol, started Thursday, Hampshire Gloucester- shire eleven by' an Ihntogs and 65 brilliant, bowling by Newman and Kennedy, the two leading bowlers of the Hampshire el- even last featured the niatctii the former securing six Gloucester, wickets for 14' funs, while the latter took four for 19i: Gloucestef'a total score o( 34 for one innings this game was the smallest made by any county eleven this season." QUEBEC'S PROMENADE ON FIRE Quebec, July cele- brated promenade, fche Dufferln ter- race, overlooking the fiver, and on which is built the Chateau Fronten'ac, the wortd'rcnoWned hostehr of 'he Canadian Pacific Railway Co., is on CONVICTION FOR RUNNING POOLROOM WITHOUT A LICENSE Inspectors in the employ of the- Liquor License braich of the Attor- ney-Oenefoi's department oh Monday In Edmonton proieciited two ewes of infractions of the Pool Boom' Ordiu- ame, A. room proprietor on Na- mayo avenue was fined }50.00 and costs for running his pdbl room with- out the licenie required or the pro- vincial and was also fined J20.00 and costs ilndef the Pool Room Act for having bis open on Sun- day, dime 28. Both of these cases heart before Poiice Magistrate Geo. Massie. The four'men composing the team fife, and .the destruction oj the ter- are: Jame.s C. Parker, Irish and Scot- race is feared: tish champion; A. W. "Mavrogordato, an oid Oxford A. H. Lowe, a strong tournament player, and St. Al- gernon R. Klnsscote, of the British Army. Parke and Lowe will play the singles matches ahd Parke and Mav- rogordato the doubles. PINCHER CANINES ARE PRIZE WINNERS Pincher Creek, Alta., July leading dog fancier, B. C. Fowler, af- ter capturing one second and two thirds- iu Calgary, last'week, attended the Medicine Hat Kennel club show tils week, and returned oii Tuesday, flourishing four urines and a silver cup. We understand that Mr. Fowler intends attending the first Calgary field trials in August. Lot of Money Ch.nfltd Hindi iPernle, B.C., July large am. ount of money changed hands in Fernte on Tueiday, SB soon as the siilt of the Ritchie-Welsh bout was flashed over the wires. FEDERAL Regina beat Edmonton Regina, Sask., .lulv Red Sox finish, and ran true to form, beatiug Cyclone by a length or more. Elsie Hart was third. HOTELKBEP- ERS' S500 Lady Goo-Goo 3111 W. H. Murray, Boulder, Hon. Lamcaa............................... 12-33 .Q. D. Ruttle, Calgary. Chestnut Hal 2322 Sol Murray. 1 o Batteries: Wilheim and Rusaell; Finneran and Owens. Indianapolis PHisburff Buffalo Glen C. 4 "4 4 4 K. J. Merredith, Colfax, Vfn. Time SIX FURLONGS 1, Goddess of Morn; 2, Leduc 3, Ethel Samson. Also ran Elsie Hart, S. Time It MILE-BREWERY 1, W. V, Brombie 2, Lady McNally; 8, Ked Ranger. Also ran Yo Solo. Tune HALF MILE GREEN PONY 1, Bell; 2, Chinook 3, Ooquett. Also ran Rock, Boundary KU, Fry, Black Cooley, Shannon 300 Chicago 4 10 3 Batteries; Kalserling and Rnrlden; Hendrix and Wilson. Batteries: Camnltz and Berry; Ford and Blair. Kansas City............. 480 St. Louis............... n 1 4 BatterioB: CuJlop ansl Easterly; Davenport, Keupper and Chapman. took the last game of the series from Eskimos by 4 to 2. Hewitt went on the slab for Edmonton, but was only air. Daring base-running by Esks and opportune hitting by Rhode cinch- ed Uie game. Edmonton-...... 2 S 1 Regina............... 4 7 1 Hewitt and Lemieus; Rhode end Harris. Superior Pitching Wen Moose Jaw, Saek., July non'a good' pitching was responsible for a victory over the Bronks. The big fellow held the visitors safe, with only five scattered hits, one of which, however, was a flukey homer hy Rey- nolds.- Calgary............... 1 6 2 Moose 3 9 0 Ball and Jones; Concannon and Wally. Chicago Indianapolis Buffalo Baltimore Brooklyn Kansas City PIttBburg St. Louis L. P.C. 43 28 .606 'SS 31 .551 36 30 .545 36 33 .522 32 34 .485 33 41 .446 23 39 .426 31 42 .425 INTEENi Baltimore Rochester Buffalo W. L. P.C. 48 26 .649 43 31 '-.681 42 31 .575 41 31 .669 Toronto Newark Montreal.. Jersey City 35 37 .456 32 36 .471 25 49 .33R 24 40 .323 Fernle Football Player Hurt Fernie. B.C., July Pren- tice, manager of the Gents.' furnishing department of the Crow's Nest Trad- ing Co. here, has been confined to his home for the past week, as a result of injuries received while playing football in the City league. It will cost you only ?2.00 a day, 512.00 a week to spend your vacation at Hotel Outlet Proctor, B. C. The Tourist and Fishing Resort of the Kootenays FISHING BOATING BATHING TENNIS COURTS HALF MILE DASH i, Yo Solo Z, Cyclone 3, Elsie Hart. Also ran Tango, Coronation. Time FIVE FURLONGS 1, Orey Cloud 2, Mazda 3, Am- ora. Alscr ran Nose Paint, Bham olfc .fljpuitt, ,'i'tos WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon Medicine Hat Moose Jaw Regina Edmonton W. 39 35 32 29 23 22 L. 21 26 2D 311 P.C. .660 .674 .525 .492 .390 HUDSON'S BAY CO. Cool and Refreshing Beverages on Sale in out Wine Section MacEWAN'S ALE MacEwan's Edinburgh Ale, clear and sparkling, im- ported direct from Scotland. Tomorrow, Pcr .50 dozen Pints LETHBRIDGE BEER Lethbri.dge Beer on sale at special prices here to- morrow: Case of 2 dozen Pint Case of 2 dozen Quart Bottles..........'''' WINCARNIS Wincarnis, the refreshing and sparkling J splendid summer drink, quart holllc CHAHKO MIKA NELSON, B. C, July 13 to 18 Six Days Continuous Amusement Some Leading Features Hydro-Aeroplane- Flights Daily. ThlE First Hydro- Aeroplane to Ply in Uie Dominion of II STARTS! runs along- Uie water at the rate a hundred hour and then, rises from the wator-up-up-up-thousands of feet into the air. THIS IS A B1KD! ITTII i m 4- Including Broncho Busting, West IcatUrCS Buiidogglng wild Mexican Steers hy men who- competed and won titles at the Calgary Stampede, Win- .nfpeg Stampede, Los Angeles, Cheyenne and rendition Hound-Up. THIS IS THE GREATEST AGGREGATION OF STAR PERFORM-, ERS EVER GOTTEN TOGETHER. TIT SUty Oarimen from Toronto, Victoria, poruand, Coeur d'Alene and Nelson, com- D" wil, meet A, M. Pfaon- der Seller of Western America; W. N.I Kennedy, Bntish rhamnion- Frank .Nott, Vancouver; and T. D. Des Of fo? the DLW10ND SCULLS OP THE WEST. Many nro coming from all parts of the earth to.the KOOTENAY- BOUNDARY OLDTIMERS' REUNION which K to be held in -a real Timers Log Cabin. If you are on Old-Tlmer come In and register during Chahko Milka. Horse Races Purses Offered Mining Men Prize, J250.00 Third Prize, 1100.00. Rose Festival and Small Fruits Exhibition. Fire Works. Machine Rook Drilling Contest. Flrst second The caipturo and burning of the Steamer Nel- son .by Kootenay Indians. Canada Lightweight ant! MtiklleAveight Box- ing Championships Vaise, Champion ot Canada, vs. Char- Burri'eau, vs. for Mid- dtewolBht Championship of Canada., 80METHiNG FOR THE KID9-Free Street (-air, iltciudinji Ferris Kinds of Side Shows Lacrosse, Football, Baseball, Etc. Palhe Bro. Will Take Moving Pictures of the Varloun Events. For Official Program and Premium List write Oeo. Patterson, Manager Nelson Carnival Company, Limited. _ J. B. ANNABLK, President, Nelson, B. C. Single faro from all polnta in D. C. Special reduced rates rrom State of Washington and all iiraJrle polnls. Those wishing to book room in advance r.pply to R. C. TEVIOTOALE, P. 0. BOX 22V, NELSON, B. C. ;