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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 12, 191f. THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD NATIONAL' w. i... i'.c. Chicago........ 'Ill 32 -BBii Philadelphia....... :IS "I Brooklyn....... !I7 J'H SI. Louis....... 37 rittilbiirg II" Now, York...... :n -'lr> SO 30 .-155 lloalon......... 'W Saturday C-amPK Cincliiiiali......... 3 New York 7 Ben ton, A HICK and Wingo Ttsreau and Meyers. Chicago............. 3 Brooklyn Hanoi, Vaughn, Adams and Hrcsna- haii Douglass and Miller. Second Chicago............. 0 Ilrooklyn Clieney anil Arclicf Dell Jlill- er. 3 Philadelphia 6 Adams and Gibson Hcmaree and Hums. St. Louis.......... 7 lioslon 1 Robinson and Snydcr I lushes, Stroud and -.Whaling and (imvdy. Second game- Si. Louis.......... I Hostnn 1 .Meadows and Kuyder Davis and Clodwy. N'o Sunday Barnes scheduled. AMERICAN Chicago.. Boston Detroit.. New York Washington St. Louis Phfiadelplrja Cleveland W. 40 .P.C. .845 Sunday Games rtnston............... 4. Detroit 5 Sliore, Hays anil and Thom- as Dauss and Stallage and Baker, Cleveland.......... 2 New York 5 Ilasermaii and O'Neill; Brown and Nunamakcr. Philadelphia...... 4 St. Louis K Wyckoft :md Lapp and McAvoy Londennilk, Woiiinan and Severoid. S Chicago 3 tfallia anil Henry and Williams Faher, Denz, Rtissdl and Schalk and Daiej'. Seeonil Washington........ 5 Chicago.........12 Knjrlc, Ayrcs, Hooper and Henry and Williams Cicottc and Schalk and .Mayer. Saturday Games Philadelphia...... 3 St. Louis -t Dressier ancl Lapp Hamilton and Sevcroid. Now York......... d Cleveland .......0 CaUlwcll and Sweeney Morton, Jones and O'N'eill. Boston............... 6 Detroit 3 Poster and Thomas Puhuc, .Cavet, Bolatid and Baker. Washington....... 1 Chicago....... 3 .Johnson and Henry Benz and Schalk. FEDERAL St. Lo.uis Kansas City Chicago Pittsburg Newark Brooklyn Buffalo IJaltimore W. 44 44 43 -Ifl 31-. .11 L. 30 36 45 P.C. .595 .579 ,573 .541 .526 .403 .397 .387 Sunday Games Baltimore.......... 1 Newark 3 Bailey and Owens Mbselcy and Rariden. Kansas City..... 2 Chicago ..-.7 Johnson, and Easterly Brown and Fischer. Second game- Kansas City..... 4 Chicago 3 Packard and lirown McConncll and Wilson and Fischer. Pitlsburg....... i St. Louis 4. Knolzcr and Berry Crandall and Hartley. Saturday Games St. Louis.......... 9 Pittsburg 1 Davenport and Hartley Hearne, Dickson and O'Connor. Baltimore.......... 3 Newark........... 2 Johnson and Jacklitsch Kaiser- ling anil Rariden. Kansas called at the end of tlic third, rain score, Kan- sas City 0, Chicago 1. Brooklyn........... 2 Buffalo 7 Wiltse, Smith and Simon; Ander- crfion, IJedicnt and Blair. INTERNATIONAL Sunday Games. Rochester.......... li Providence 0 Toronto'............ 6 Jersey City 5 Second game- Toronto............. 3 Jersey City 4 Saturday Games Toronto............. 1 Jersey City 2 Buffalo............... .0. HarrisburE 2 .'.Second Buffalo............... 1 llarrisburg 0 Koshcslcr.......... 0 I'rovidcncei....... 3 Second game- Rochester.......... -1 1'rovidcucc 5 2 Richmond c .Second 8 Richmond SPEEDWAY Philadelphia to Have Brick Track to Accommodate persons JAMES MILVAIN.-TIED UP EXHI- BITION GAMEV IN- LAST MINUTE Spokane, July far the larg- est crowd of the tournament, wit- nessed the polo match between Uic Dines .and the Whiles, picked from the llirec Loams that arc compct.i.g in Hie third annual northwest inci't people, and there will yesterday at the interstate hiir be parking accommodation for grounds. The'result was a tic, the j automobiles, score being C-i to HJ. Philadelphia. l'ii., July Work has started on a new motor speedway here to cost It will be two miles around, oi' brick laid on concrete, with concrete curbs hub high, thus eliminating the danger of drivers plunging through the fence when their cars become unmanageable. The stands will accommodate The'bright star pi. the game was James Mllviiiu, the .veteran No. 3 oi the Cowley team, .who played at the same position for: tlibi.tthitcs. He was .responsible for- live -of his (Dam's seven "oals anil' kept the Hluns inim making several llf his clever rilling and blocking. Time and again he took tlie hall down the field with long, accurate shots ami in the fifth chulika scored a goal from fully 75 vards out, sending the white sphere cleanly through the middle of the up- rights. Mllvain Is Unhorsed Just as the fifth dinkka emleil he was unhorsed and his mount all hut rolled upon him. but llilvain rolled BASEBALL MATCH IN SOUTH WITH SCORE OF CRICKET MATCH PROPORTIONS Cardslon, Alia., July Beaz- er lmm of the M.I.A. lea- e'vcr in thetper Lain the a noise like W runs here eighth chuhka -Milvaiu and PcUil. I on Saturday, while the Cardston sec- look Dr, Titus' 'place in the j Oml warders succeeded in securing last period, worked tlic ball down only eleven. Nevertheless, the game, to their opponents'-goal, but it the last inniiig was fairly iiitcr- ctl over to the Hide and it lootatl estlng, and very evenly nlayed. Con- though tlieir chance to score had i siderab'le surprise is felt that the gone. Mil vain put lot's oi Kngljsh j Canlsion boys did so much safe hit- his drive -and curved the hall ting against, the pitching of Beazer, It was one ot the prettiest goals of the game. The Hlties had the better of the argument in the first five chukkas, for their prowess with the stick. Tin but the Whiles closcdx with a rush score follows: the crack nitcher of the Beazer team. They did almost as much hitting as iii the Beazer team, who are noted and tied the score by a fine drive by Pcttit just before time was called. JOE BIRMINGHAM WILL ATTEMPT TO COLLECT FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT Cleveland, July 'L'. Bir- mingham, former manager ot the Cleveland American league-., biisftball team, today filed suit for in common pleas court here against Charles W. Somers, owner of the team, to recover salary and damages alleged to he due because Somers terminated his contract, discharged him as manager and released him as a mem her of ilie Birmingham's petition says his Con- tract was for the seasons of -19H, 1915 and at SGOOO a-year, witii additional as an option on his services, and that it contained no ten-day clause, being what has come to be termed-an "ironclad" He says lie was paid jiis salary to June 1, 1915, and claims it is due until October, IfllS. The suit is expected; to he a test. of the so-called "ironclad" contract, which displaced the ten-day clause after certain court decisions held tho latter invalid .after the Federal.lea- gue entered the field. Beazer 521 002 Cardston...... 230 210 The players in their batting order Beazer, Beazer, Beuzer, Wight, Prince, Ockey, Broad- head, Wright. Cardston Cairncross, Spencer, Cairncross, Thompson, Jacques, Reed, Gaboon, Pirie, Howe. ENGLISH STUDENT BROKE RECORD AT NEW YORK New York, July 'Tahcr of Oxford university, Eng- land, competing for the Boston A. A., won the one-mile handicap run at Celtic park today, in the fast- est mile ever run on that track. Half an hour later, Taber, start- ing Irom scratch in a one-half mile handicap, finished second to E_ 'J. Median, A. G., Phila- delphia, who won by five yards in 1.5i 1-5.' J. E. Meredith, Meartowbrook A. C., Philadelphia, won the 660-yard special race in 1.20 3-5. Leroy Campbell, Chicago university, the western intercollegiate half mile I champion, was 'third, behind Meredith. RESOLUTE BEATS VANITIE New York, N.Y., July a margin ef three minutes 31 seconds actual time, and 4 minutes IS seconds corrected time, the Cup defence sloop Resolute won from the. Vanitie today in the New York Yacht club's 2S44 mile race for the Glen. Cove cup. SATURDAY'S LACROSSE Vancouver 4, New Westmin- ster 3. Nationals 11, 'JTontreals 4. Cornvvalls 10, Shamrocks 6.' Rosedales 9, Tecumsebs 3. MEMORIAL FOR TONY WILDING New Zealanders Inaugurate Shilling Fund Among Tennis Players New Zealand tennis players have organized a movement to erect a memorial to the 'iate Captain Anthony P. the international tennis player, killed while serving with--the British Army. The council of the New Zealand Tennis association had instructed the management commit- tee to ihaugrate a shilling (25 cents) fund among tennis part which is to be spent on. a memorial to Wilding at hisr birthplace, Christ- church, and the balance on perpetual Wilding trophies for the New Zealand championship singles for both men and women. NORTH LETHBRiDGE UNITED F.C. A pi'accice game of the above club will be held on Tuesday evening-at 7 p.m., in Adams Park. All players are requested to be on hand. AM. ASSOCIATION Sunday Games Louisville.......... i Minneapolis 7 Second Louisville.......... 0 Minneapolis 1 Columbus..........11 Milwaukee 2 Second game- Columbus.......... 5 Milwaukee 3 Indianapolis...... 1 St. Paul 6 Second Indianapolis...... 0 'Sfc. Paul.......... 1 Kansas City 8 Second 'Cleveland.......... -i Kansas City 5 Saturday .Games Columbus.......... 0 Kansas City -1 Second game- Columbus.......... 3- Kansas 8 Louisville..........10 St: Paul........... 5 Indianapolis...... 1 Minneapolis 2 Second Indianapolis...... 4 Minneapolis 7 Cleveland.......... 7 Milwaukee......a Second Milwaukee .6. JVOETHWESTERN Sunday Games Aberdeen........... 7 Tacoma 5 Second Aberdeen........... 0 Tacoma 5 0 Seattle 3 Vancouver......... 4 Spokane 8 Saturday Games Spokane............. 7 Vancouver 6 Seattle.............. 4 Victoria 3 Tacoma............. -i Aberdeen 3 V pair of freshly washed white dloyes Untouched by hands') Too-o-o-o-o-o-o-ot! The morning whistle sounds. Men and girls are coming to work. What of those who come to the spotless Sterling Kitchens? They lift uniforms spic and that are. spotless. They put on fresh-laundered gloves of white. All day long these gloves of white keep their with flavor Velvety GRIT hands from touching Ster- ling Gum. They work in the bright daylight never before was Gum' made in' such sunny surroundings. fc When you your packages of Sterling Gum remember that your hands are the first to touch Ut. And then, you'll feel an added pleasure in hunting1 that .7th Sterling point! purity a daylight factory by hands The Sterling Gvm Company of Canada, Limited point d PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS in Canada Suitable rewords for ducovisry of-'' the 7th Point will 6c offered'later Campbell, Wilson Home Co. Had Good Time at St. Mary's The first annual field day of Camp- bell, Wilson Horne was held on Saturday, July 10, under ideal wea- ther conditions. Eight automobiles, decorated with flags, 'left the ware- house about. 11 a.m., aail carried 50 persons to the picnic grounds at St. Mary's. After partaking op a splen- did repast, the afternoon was devot- ed toHhe field events with the follow- ing results: 100 yards dash, men under Fred. Horne; 2, Stanley Home. 100 yards dash, men over E. Jackson; 2, D. Smith. yards, married Mrs. Crawford; 2, Mrs. Ward. 75 yards, Miss Sinim; 2, Miss Downer. 100 yard boot T. Horne; 2; G. Kemm, jr. Hop, step and S. Horne. Egg anad spoon race, Miss Downer; '2, Mrs. Ward. '50 yards sack E. Green- halgh; 2, G. Kemm, jr; Putting the F. Horne; 2, S. Paul. Nail driving competitions, 1, Mrs. Beaton; 2, Mrs; Perrement. ran, men E. Jackson and S. Horne, tie; 2, F. Horne; 3, OL Filmer. Shooting competition, ladies 1, Miss Horne. Shpoting -competition, Kemm, sr. The silver cup was won by the of- fice staff "after keen- competition in baseball and tug-of-war. After supper, the handsome dona- tion -of prizes received from 'Mr. Campbell was distributed by Mr. Horne, after which appreciative cheers were given to 'Mr. Campbell and Mr. Horne for the success of the occasion. Zimmerman Makes Noise With Bat; Cobb Hitting Over .400 Mark Again NICHOLtS WINS OPEN TOURNEY Wilmington Profeitional Captures Metropolitan Golf Honors Clifton, N.Y., July lO.-rGilbert Nlch- qlls, the Wilmington, Del., profession- al, won the open championship of the iVtetropolitan Golf association, over the Fox Hills course near here today. He defeated Robert G. MacDonald of Buf- falo In tho playoff of a tie over JS holes hy the decisive score of 73 to 7S strokes. Yesterday this pair finished In front of a field of 80 players with scores of 292 strokes, each for-73 holes, modal play, .wliicli Matted through, two days. _ j I Chicago, July out 21 safe hits in his last 36 times at bat, Heinie Zimmerman of the Chicago Cubs raised himself last week from about 40th place to 13th among ffia National league batters, and threat- ens, with his average of .398, to break into the first ten. Last week his average ivas .25-1. According to the averages publish- ed here which include the re- cords of last Wednesday, the leading batter in the National is Daubert, of Brooklyn, .337. Robertson, of New York, has attained the leadership in stolen bases with 17, but Saier still holds the lead in total hases, with 143, and in runs scored, with 45. Ty Cobb, Detroit, once more has established a .'100 class in the big leagues. Today's averages show him leading the batters oi the American league with .'104, setting the pace for base stcalcrs with 51 thefts and in. runs scored with 79. Lee Magee, the Brooklyn manager, still sets the batting pace in the Federal league with .352. Kauff leads in stolen bases with -23 and in .runs scored with 43. Walsh has tlie most total bases, 12i, WELSH WILL REST Chicago, III., July Welsh, lightweight champion of the world, who, since the winning of the title from Willie. Ritchie in London a year ago, has fought on an average of twice, a month, has, decided to take n rest. He here today for where liis wife-and-two children-are living, and plans to remain there in- definitely. EUSENiCS' 'LAW BLOW TO CUPID Madison, Wis., July the law the number of weddings in Wisconsin declined from ill 1913, to in 1914, a drop of 3807, nearly 20 per cent. Dr. C. A., Harper, secretary of state of the board of health and vital statistics, and who is an advocate of the law, does not believe that the decline can be .attributed .solely to the law, but that commercial depres- sion must be taken into consideration. A recently patented cigar holder little more than a pair of Ringed jaws controlled by.a.spring, BRITAIN -MAY TAKE ALL CANADA'S CROP Montreal, July ent rumors Baltic shipping ei- cliange connect Sir Rihert Borden's visit to England with a. British gov- ernment proposition to take over the whole of the Canadian crop for the says a London correspondent of the .Star. Qualifications of Voters in Plebiscite Many people seem uncertain as -to who may and who may not vote on the referendum on the liquor act on July 21st. The following sjnopsued from the -Alberta Election Act ap- plies to. this 'vote, and T.ill clear up any doubts .on the matter For the.purpose ol an election held, pending the completion of lists, the follow ing persons only shall be entitled to vote All male Arsons of the lull age of twenty-one years who are Bntish subjects hy birth and naturalization, who are not Indians and who have resided in Alberta for at least one vear and in the electoral division ill which -they ssek to vote, for at least three months immediately preceding tlie date of the issue ot the .writ o! election, and who are not disqualified Under any of the prousions of tlic Alberta Election Act. Any elector may only vote at the polling station of the polling-divis- ion in which he is resident at the time of voting Any person otherwise qualified who is. at the date of the issue of the writ of elretion a resident of an elec- toral division and who-Iras been a resident of Alberta for one year im- mediately prior to said date hut who has not been a resident of his elec- toral division for three months im- mediately prior to said date, may vote in the electoral division -'in which he was a resident during the1 last three'months of his year's resj- denco in Alberta The rules as to residence ot; voters, axe as follows 'The, residence, of a person is the 11 ace in which lllb ha- bitation is fixed, ami to which -when absent, he has' the intention of reT turning. The place where a .man's .family resides is considered his place ol. residence, but any man who takes up his abode at another place -the intention of remaining there ii deemed as.a resident where he so re- sides. The residence of a single man is 'where" lie Identify Warship Lost by Germans London, naval cor- respondent, of the Evening Standard." identifies tlie German battleship sunk in the Baltic by a B'itish 'submarine July t as the Pommern. The Pommern was ol the Deutscli- lantl class of battleships She dis- placed tons and carried a complement Oi 729 men. She m-as built in 1903. Her armament con- sisted of four llrmch d 7 inch guns, twenty 24 pounders and six- torpedo tubes. Her cost W44 Come to Mac's, AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. t Bicycle Repairers Our Pricn In Bicycle ind Good! Cinnot Be Bint INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDontH Phone 1632 5th ;