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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 10, THE LETHBRIDGG DAILY HERALD BASEBALL NATIONAL Ciiiciifro 1 Philadelphia 'Hi St. ritlHliurg Brooklyn Uilldlm'ati Now York ISoston .15 8-1 811 as 30 I'd. .580 .537 .521 .5117 .460 .453 61. Ujuis......... 3 Boston Uoak and Suydcr; Kagiin mill Hy. Chicago............. 7 Urooklyn 8 Pierce ami Archer I'lcdcr, Kuckcr anil McCarty. CincinmiU......... New York 5 Dale and Wingo Slioud and Mey- ers. Second Cincinnati'......... 3 New York 1 Schneider and' Wingo Perritt and Booin. J'ittslnirg.......... 1 Philadelphia 2 Harmon am! Gibson Alexander und Killiler. .Chicago Jloston............ JJptroit York AVashington St. Loins Philadelphia Cleveland W. 311 37 25 L. 21! 21 28 38 43 13 1'ct. .fi-H .6-12 .811 .471 .377 .308 1 Chicago and ilcnry CANADA" MEIERS' BALL WIN CITY LEAGUE MATCH Their First Men Prove Undoing of North Lethbridge North LcthbTitlge's winning strcak in tho city baseball league wits hor- ribly brought to an uml last night, wlicn they .sulTcrutl a defeat of at the liantis of the Commercial Tra- vellers., It is the first win for the commercial men this season, and DR. INGS ENLISTS Cule'ury, Altii., July S. A. one of the host known 1'outball enUuisiastK iu the west, who originated tho Ciiledonlau ehib ol' Clalgary, and was for many years honor- ary ronidant of I he Calgary ieagiuj, left toniyhl to accept a commission in tho Hoyal tMediual Corns. Jlr. IngB, who attempted to enlist with active service units at tbe out- set of the aTid was turned down as being ovor age, will tnke up his dulies at tho Dar- danelles. NLLtU IM OTflDM IM CTAKC (or N M KV N ll A fll Ulltil "rally I'D I' 111 UlUlllll 111 UlnlLU nc oft COLLARS CUNYIAII DEFEATS FAST ALBERTA CHAMPION HECTOR ST. JOHN LEGED AMATEUR FLOORED IN AL- BOUT TRAIN WRECKED CARRYING VAL- UABLE ANIMALS FROM LATONIA TRACK Edmonton, July all the confidence i" the world Uluiiy Talt stepped to Hie centre of the ring 'last night and carried tlie light to his for- midable opponent. Hector St. John from Spokane. The local boy was tiic first minute .is .opponent near e then KWiing bis riij'ht to SI: John's chin, so'fast the roaiority of the fans failed to see the i blow, and the boy from across the line measured his length on tlie can- I vas, his head hitting the floor with !a resoumliiiK thump. amateur j rules the round terminated autoinati- .Washington Sliaw, Ayers ond Sohaili. jNew York......... 3 Cleveland Fisher, Cotterell and Ntinamr Mitchell, Jones and O'Neill. Host-on............... -1 Dct.'nit Kut-h, Mays, Gregg and Cady Mleskic and Baker. Philadelphia...... 3 St. Louis 1 Co- Hush ami Lapp and Severoid. James and Agnew FEDERAL w. Kansas City St. Louis .Chicago 3Jittsburg 'Newark BrooUlyn Buffalo Baltimore 43 42 3 S 39 31 29 27 .575 .557 .527 .425 .387 .870 liuflalo............... B Brooklyn Schultz, AHen, Hedient and Blair Seaton and Simon and Smith. Second Buffalo............... 9 Brooklyn 1 Lafltle .and Blair.; Finneran- an Smith. Bt. I.ouis......... 2 Pittsburg Crandall and Hartley Allen (O'Connor. Second St. Louis.......... 5 Pittsburg Ciroom and Hartley .Rpgge Kerry. the hits were ke.pt well scattered! tar Margaret D., Urigg's Sister and anil had it not been for a few errors j White Wool. liling Baggage, lor the score would have been even worse whom the owner is said to have rc- ftom the Northsidc point of view, j cently refused an oiler of The iNorth Ward team had the same j and Prince llcrmis, are missing. aggregation out and began the game j with their same old pep, getting -a The sum of JGOOO has been sub- scribed by prominent New York wo- men to provide) medical care for drug users. wiui uii-ii u.i. _ plhtg'foX: Lord Rosebery the Leading Turf Owner was iiit hither, thither and yon. The inning was Joe's when -the Travellers got hold of bis ofTerings for five hits, scoring eight runs. Errors, wild pitches and pass- ed balls made it disastrous for the Northsiders. Green relieved Gillis, Lord llosebery heads the list .of winning owners on the English turf, witli seven races won, and a total of about in stake money. Sol _ ____ B. Joel is second with a trine over but he was unable to curtail the hit- j and his brother, .1. B. ting, although the Travellers were third, with August Belmont held down a little better. r I rank Botli teams settled down and play- ed snappy ball after the third ses- sion. Features of the Game Some of the features of the game were the nipping of Green's to stretch a three bagger into a Ephrussi, home run. He hit a beautiful drive to left Held. Serhey got the ball arid passed it to Wise who threw it to s fourth, with something like won. At the five meetings at Newmarket alone there are SO French made by such prominent owners as Herman B. Duryea and J. D. Colin, Americans M. E. Blanc, M. Uaron B. de Rothschild, 31. Jean Joubert, 31. Deautsch dc la Jleiirthe, M. E. de St. Alary, 31. 31. Cain 31. R. Palvart, M. A. Pcl- lerin and M. San .Miguel. Aside from horses which Jlr. Dur- yea-and W. K. Vaudcrbilt have sent to England for itfc: racing there, M. San lUiguel has" shipped Rabble and Saint George the Vicomte de Fon- taine Has sent Uries and Botticelli }I. Pcllerin, tlie1 3-year-old Linsem and Le Col'saire, a 4-ycar-old, while M. J. dc Bremond has sent the 3- year-old Xenophan, and M. J. Tissct the 4-year-old Djaray. Lund, the latter throwing Green out at the plate by two feet. The hit 61 was a good three bagger. 'Another notable feature of the game was the way Serhey grabbed oft Joe CHllis' Iqug fly with the liases full and two down. Serhey also showed1 tip well and INTERNATIONAL 2 Jersey City Second Rochester.......... 2 Jersey City {Montreal........... 6 Harrisburg Buffalo............... 4 -Providence Toronto.............16 Richmond AM. ASSOCIATION Louisville.......... 9 3 Cleveland.......... 8 Indianapolis...... 2 St. Paul ..........10 Kansas City Sliiwaukee Minneapolis NORTHWESTERN .Taconra............. 3 Aberdeen 1 Spokane ...11 [Victoria..-.......... 3 SeaV.le 2 fi 4 t> FIELDER JONES WILL CONTINUE AS MANAGER K- St. Louis, Mo., July r> er Jones today reconsidered his resignation as manager of the t- St. Louie and will leave with tbe team for Pitts- b.urg liite today. This decision was reached after a conference .between Jones and' Owner Ball 6f the club. Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXEP. Bicycle Repairers Our and. Prieei In Bicycle Repair! Goodt -Cannot Be Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 5th Street in the hitting, getting a three base hit. The as usual were not pleasant. Some close decisions came up and resulted in the inevit- able, rag chewing fest but the um- pires weathered the storm with'good grace. The light failed in the seventh and the game was called. Box Score AB R H P0..A E Green, 3b Lund, p......... Wray, c Evans, ss Putnam, 2b Lombard, lb Serhey, If Wise, cf Powell, rf Lines of Shamrock Kept Strictly Secret FAST EXHIBITION IN NORTHWEST CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES Spokane, .July defeat- ed Cowlcy (Albel'Ul) by ll score of 5.'. to 2; in the second game of the third animal northwest polo tourna- ment, yesterday afternoon at the in- terstate fair grounds.' With the vic- tory comes also to the Spokune play- ers the right to play in the linals Sunday when will again meet Boise, hy whom they were beaten Tuesday. The 'match was a thriller from start to linish and was probably the fastest ever witnessed here. Hugh Pcttit, the il.evcr Spokane forward, did the heaviest scoring oi the match being credited with four goals. He was the only member of the team to escape penalty for fouling. Tile local team was penalized for four offences, fouls call- one safety. Fast Ponies in Cowley String The star work for the visitors was done hy Hurt Connelly and Captain Milvain, both of whom scored two j goals. Connelly was partienlarly j conspicuous on his two fast mounts, "Shiner" and "Kip." 11. 0. Hunt- er started at No. I for the visitors, but. was replaced at the '-ml of the first cimkker by J. II. Holeniiack, a spare of the Spokane organization I loaned the visitors. Dr. J. (i. Cunningham at Xo. 31 for the locals played a line gaine, i scoring two goals and making a number of brilliant dashes on his speedy mount, "Sweeps." at Xo. -1 played a steady game and was oi great assistance in his coaching. Canadians Off in Front The Canadians started off with a rush in tbe lirst chukkcr and Con- celly scored in the lirst minute of I play. He just missed another scon a minute later. DANDY Indian MOTO CYCLE (asti Prizes Also Given 1915 Modal. Twin Speed. Completely Equippedf Ready for the Road D1 HERE'S A REAL PUZZLER FOR WISE HEADS 10 you know the Province of Ontario Can you recall the names oUts mnny fine towns and (Canadian geography. Each of the six Province of Ontario. What are they f dtles? Herqia a jjiuzlc that will try your knowledgi pictures below represents tlie name ol a town or city tn the while the visitors had cd on them anil registered The Gloomy Fan O the gloomy fan mournfu yachtsmen are still yachtmen connected with the cup de-jhe queers the game and he chills tho __ man, and he fills my soul with sor row; lie watched the play with frown today, and he'll scowl at the, ;ame tomorrow. He ambles in whei the games begin, a soul by the gods forgotten; and he eyes tho play in lis morbid "way, and he yells oul and Xo player yet. be he colt or vet, won praise from this critic gloomy; he'll sit and scowl like a poisoned owl, and his eyes ar and rheumy; and his blood is and his-heart is bis head is stuffed "with cotton; and be merely sits, throwing frequent fits, and call ing out casts a psill on the b'ieachers all, anc he breaks the hearts of players; he gives the dumps to his nibs the jumps would spread him out in layers; zling over an alleged interview with Sir Thomas Lipton in which he was credited with the statement that if it developed that lines of his Shamrock IV. were known he would build another challenger. The Lip- ton yacht arrived here last autumn, anil when the European war prs-.ent- Bd the races for the America's cup, Shamrock was out and housed. ding gro ck IV. lin The greatest -secrecy was maintain- Vancouver, group has learned the Sham- lines he has been extremely successful in keeping that knowledge concealed in his own locker. To date the owners of the Resolute and Van- ito have sliown no unseemly haste toward ordering additional defending yachts for. the cup laces, which may not be held for several years; STUDENT DROWNED AT COAST Juli- ed during this operation. Huge can- McDonald, aged 23, a student of St. vas curtains were dropped over -the Louis college, was drowned yesterday yacht's sides 'before she left the wa- ter and as -soon as, she was berthed the NlckemeWe .riyer, where he vas- seized with cramp. He was born er an as -soon as, was for the winter the entire yacht was Jin New Brunswick, was a grad- boarded in and a private watchman uate at has always been in charge. If any (Scotia. St. Xavier College, Nova 35 J3 9 'A. Gillis called out when he inter- fered with Evans in fielding a batted ball. North 'AB T. Tiircott, lb 4 L. Turcott, 2b Green, ss p. C. Gillis, If A. Gillis, Vasalcnak, 3b... Dunsworth, cf. ,J. (iillis, p-ss.' i Stafiord, c 4 as 5 9 21 10 8 Score by Travellers North Ward Summary Three base hits, Ser- hcy, Green two base hit, Powell hits, -of? Gillis in' 3 iimings off Green in 4 innings 5 first'liase on balls, of! Gillis 1, off Green 3, off Lund 2; struck out, by Gillis 2, (Greeiv by Green 2 (Wray by Lund 5 C. Gillis, Vasalemik, L. Turcott, Green) double play-, L. Turcott to J. Gillis lo Stafford stolen liases, T. Turcott 2, L. Green, A. GilliB, Lund, Put- nam, Powell passed .balls, Stafford 6 left on bases, Travellers 3, North LeHibridgc 8 time 1.50 attendance good Umpires Morris and- Hamly. BOY SCOUTS OF BRITAIN, HEROES London, July D.-rrBritish boy scouts lave been in action in northern Trance. an assemblage or 1000 scouts at Stratford, Rev. Ed- vard Digby, London's famous "fight- ng announced that; fo.r the Irst time in the hist'oly of boy scouts hese lads had and for hc'ir country. Of forty Hast London couls and oflicei's.'Vho .jolHCd the colors, two months' ago, only, are eft, he aniiatmced. In the the stream Where the finny beauties gleam, Or if the wood, Dainty than good! An-added zest to your holiday jaunt when are on hand. Really the sugar-coated confection with the fresh mint flavor, f Take a good supply with you. MADE in CANADA CANADIAN CHEWING GUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO frame the man on the bases 'trot- tin', with Ills fish-like eyes anil his mournful sighs, and bis cries of and WALT MASON. One Who Is Fair "Freddie Welsh, the lightweight champion of the world, and Charley White, the Chicagoan who aspires to the title, met In combat for the third John .R. tjme at the iBrighon Beach Sporting club, last week, and, so far as any- thing decisive is concerned, they are exactly where they were when they met the first time. -White didn't come any nearer knocking Welsh out on Friday night than he did in either of the 'Milwaukee bouts, notwithstanding his oft-repeated declaration that he would surely do so. On the who'ie, the.fight was a very good one, anil we draw; 'as.ria pur. opinion, it would have been like splitting hairs to have decided otherwise. The noisy part of :tne: crowd was with White, anil it created Quite a racket most-of the time. Welsh is, perhaps, a little, bit too .decent a fellow for the bois- element that attend prize fighti that's why-he .'isn't more popu- lar. Anybow, we'll let it go at that." So snalie Bat Masterson in the New York Telegraph, after the fight. All of which, goes to show that there is at least one sport writer in New York who is-willing to give the devil his due. Lawn Bowling Ontario Tournament Niagara on Hie Lake Ont Julj W. Crawford's rink of the Fern- leigb clui Himilton toda} won the trophj tompetition of the Dalai 10 Bowling VssomCion tounnmcnt and for the second time the trophy will winter in Hamilton. Crawford's rink started out -to make 'every end a winnnij'. one, and almost succeeded in douij, so On tno eleventh end the scan If to 3 On the 12th, Hit don of biielph trulol the jack ind coiinted four hut Ciawfonl scond inolher single on the thir- tr-ent'i Bndon g-ue it tip is a bad job ind the two Hbt ends not rd Immed the Prcsidcdt t McD the tropM ind firfat prizes to the win- ners and the "second prizes to the losers, I he of the association will he played tomorrow Afternoon. Rain stopped all the games this afternoon. Sir John Willisnn's Canada and J. Rennie's Granites (both Toronto rmte) aie down for the contest The Canadas Tivon two gunes to land m the finals Sir John's rink defeating of Alexandras, and Dr. Paul of his own club each by a single shot. Granites came m h} an lasier route. Hohbs of Cliiclph was'down to Gran- ites, 13 to 7, whp-n the rain came on. Gtiolpli decided to go home a.tul the bye weiit .to the Granites, Theai out the i provinc HOW TO SOLVE THE PICTURES 1st who drew th.2 above cartoons wrote mes of all the towns and cities iu the and from his Hat chose the names he ..iiistrated aa above. Your best move is to follow him and first, of all write down all the names of towns ;ind cities in Ontario that you To help you get the right start we will tc'I you that No. 1 represents ColUngwood. Now id when you think you neatly and clearly on a name und address on the upper corner and promptly mail them to us. 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They will surely welcome EvERYWOMAN's WORLD when they come to know it. and we will even send you a sample copy to leave with each of your frletral if you will tell us that they vrouM like to have ft. Say tliat you will accord us this favoi when you send your atuwcra, and you immediately rewarded for it with a handsome Rift entirely in addition to any of the big your answers may win. EVERIWOKAN'S WORLD will 30 delight the folks in your home that youU be glad to get this copy.. Follow these Simple Rules '.Governing Entry to the Contest Anything .of-thc.-. -nnaTfera iMd -you, bo on r. llioat. lully prepaid la ItoBftl a. AHItUa: Co.' OS IrlondB ara not BIIDWUI to CD4nl Bors ar under lourtcea yemra ot ace we not _. EYBanroiiis'L-------- chirRe, to thrco or loaf want to lad ImatdUta wnrd ot nil or. This rBvnrd to ba'cntlMlr it then 7. lit kW) r-'st' thajr E. Jadglcu will i connection -white mrirdtd to tho 3rta Sressyour reply to the Muiagor, the Geographical Cont _ CONTINSNTAL PUBLISHING Ltd.. No. 99 Continental 'TORONTO, FRANK BAKER IS i-uerase of Turner has been to BELOW 300 MARKJbat times and _----- 'hits, five-of which are doubles, tma. iattlng Averages of Delaware League [triples and three homers. Show Famous jThird Sacker Slump Media, Pa., July official av- Thirteen nlavera are hitting afcove the .300'.mark, this listr does not- include Frank former third: erages of the Coiintv league snrKer of the Athletics, lylio is for the nine games placet! so far tblB ting onlv at tho 235 mark Baker js season have been comu.ied, and shov jfoitj-fifth on the list he, that Turner, of tAIedia, is the leading naUng had four errors in twentj three hitter of the league. a batting I 3hances> Ford Touring Car Price Tliy best f hat. money can the labor that goes into tlie Canadian.Ford. Our workmen ark the highest paid motor car mechanics in the British Empire. This means dollars saved in after expense to the man who drives a Ford "Made in Canada.'' Because' the Ford car is built right. Buyers of-Ford cars will share in our profits if we sell; cars between and 1915. Runabout Town Car F. O. B. Ford, Ontario, with all equipment. Including electric headlights. on display and sale at THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. PHONE (33. ;