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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBTDGE DAILY IfERALP diiy, July 17. 191 S_ HONFOMH TO AVOID BECOMING CONSPICUOUS WHEN HOLIDAYING Ball Tearii from Start to Finish in Clash Last al Athletic Park-Scwe was PUys were inOrder-Meyen Pitched (or Lethbrid were th8 watch. I tn'the openly at the Bill Part last night, and both 414 this wlti will.- Ta IB Ihe.itcoDd care th 000 Camnitz arid Simons Hess SPECTAC- 'the sefmeiinnings bj 'palling dowifAraold's long fly to let lentre, :waica would hare teen good or a men-, side: was" re- whit roped li'golng'at full speee owaid'the'feice." ;f, .Campbell's, head' the fourth; Campbell right i1 ths lt.rstnick thfc. jifo.ur aij he'relayed wh to Davie's oh a flash 'and tne-runccr was out foot -T' rrora tniro.- r.-' V opd, a ILs. Hanlon's point'this afternoon the trimmed the to 2. With ter" the game was a eihibit-.on of'thfrnational pastune. Tnie, ;.the game .was :sclose r'' v n. 'h stronger -Ihyn NOT' VEOMAN'S SUSPENStpN f'Brooklyir ev hi rvveH-'r Fiiit "i New'Votk'.- .000 000 '9 -5 11 ENT AJ DOMINION EVENTS LEX DECOTEAU TO IE PHIS' AT VANCOUVER efai 101 ilO-5 11-. McCpnnell and Smith Mitchell an 1 Second New York 000 001 1 13 000 002-2 9 1 Visit r and Smith and 3TEAL .-MOMB WON "GAME inly "ie'.-fl'oe Bothllng-i nine. ept', unbroken UUi. afternoon, when iidil Vtole home; Washington tngl'S to not-'iet credit this canse-ne was Ukea out'after'the sav- ff.wh'ich the hoaie team scoreil bbth its rtni. 001.003-3 S asnioiv.. -'.000 DO? 2QOf-3 "51.2 is Kdtuouton, July Po- ce Athletic Association will be re- relented at tho Dominion cbaaoptou- ilp lueellDg In next Sep. ember, Alex Becoleau .and C. Tuttence la the dtotance events, aad Roberta iu the weights. The tnea re foremost auione the athletes li I ho province 6t Alberta and 11 Is ex- pected they good accounts t themselves. The police will'fire their, annual atllei'o iitet here on July which las been proclaimed-a clrle. holiday. The p'rolram contains 13 open under aanct'on of the' A- A. U. and open to registered, la closed events, for members of the "ollce deparlsDent, ai Open yard-'dish; 210 ,-ard 440 SSO yard run, pole- vaulC walk, mile relay'race {leans of running broad jump, standing broad lump, running hop, step and. jump; standing hlgh-'jamp, riunlngr-hlgh Jump, 16- pbuiidlhammer put, throwing the discus, tug of war (teams Closed diksk, for bfflcsrs'and 100 yart dash j or officers or raea, IJC pounds or or- r; one mile Unree mils-race'for -.100 yard ash for newspaper Handtome trophies aad prites have been provided In-'the'vilriottS'. oon- eati; which will be. fleeUed M' the Edmonton exhibition FIRST RlfiliT WON FRONTIER AT WINMOR Windsor, at 6 to 1, captured.the Frontier Stakes the'feature of the opening" day at tfc.e Windsor Jockey" Marthi cap- tured tie first'race., by'-hmdlng Hodge n winner" li'a 'fririois'drive by kill a length'froni'tKe last .'-'.VjrSV1 Toronto -JOO 004 100-5 Mwiireal >202 000' .LusK'ahd' Bernis Carlo, Dale -i- -050 009 Jerety .000 00.1.'001-1 and .1 .Lai 3 .1. and-Phil -Pitch game; held incl M, dea terl new Xo. No. No, -No. No. No No. No. .No No .Xo No Tli Ne L'a St Ra .To W Ju ,D il I.J" 5 O r !l l' when p. i-i the tenth. BrooklVn'r.. .r. Boston St.' CincUinatlS. i-' against-.Ult Snail v raip 'i "oB, and hi looks like a real b! .i er, aad'Jie secured two biiiJ; ji.1 ilmwJT if.fldlrg t.s pwl-km. h'ta aa: as .-illi; aa Ibrj ..snai. I; prove in. -Jf iwn-il, TC. c' In Itr li.r fit. satisfied Mi I Association. i. Us 000 and Owrni'-.'HarrinEton t 'aoi pooooifc-3'- 9 .3 i00 Bender r aad sell and-.SchilV and'K New Chicago .SCO1 41 37 .845' American.: ,.l Cleveland 60 24'; .714 40 :.645 St.' Louis--W. ___ a can :dpljver tbe ill V1 a top-'nottli '-E '-.''mmtA fwuk TinfT AB'R H PO A D 0 0 .0 -a. i f! ise r I r i'..! ri. '-..iff -ft :-i li> 102 200 000 000 000.000 13" 6 1266 '001 002 000 000 000 10 2 Kerry, and Wray TO the king sticker for Warner, eeured tkree" a'ils apiece: Wme'e! :k.r best playing In'athe game ians "ol-tnef'ilKJsnlt and pjirned tiingi up 'in their.] Vicinity, hoogh perteci re; Mlller'was in, hard, the ball "lard-twice on'two. gad IB trying to itistci the ws' v a- kase siere than It was wortn, the way ,fhe: iotals .'.fere wint, hi'was caught and cu JAW WON .TWO. Moose1 1 -Vre m'd ,w St. Paul and Jarhes. i1 .100 100 -'S 1 j .'..200000000-2 1 1 'and DeTOjght j '-'Brandt eaveo verr 'comforfible lead in the Canadian as they jideated t be anaa crlppW'Ked.Scxlm both games i The i first: ga'ine all by a cricket terun .vron, ..i.. s1-" by; i'- 'iwin !'i. i by pi "i'a municipal hqmiay m aad erery. event was'.weU con- 240 TACft 'teettC: tis.nret 2.40 pace owned >y i with FIBBV -.J Bnrt'twe while la e Red Bock it will- 1I-. Hafi f-nl m at tki kalf, t. had mr Ual sal; to ka-.rx Lr (rack. kv. li-- aad It ail his orrn-wey; eat being Johnny o., and Wy- ralna Chimes for second noney. 'Jin he first heat of this" race .Din Mc- Kenney broter badly, in'-, the. back' stretch on the first half, and was. not able to rnske'up the lost ground, and S5 was distanced. -In the, second.heat Wymlna Chimes gave. Johnny 0. a hard fight fur the" second position, but wisjid't. able'.tb .wreit'place from the cb'estnnt horee.' In jace, a running event purse'of only'.fosr-liorHts started.-'. Warfare was favorite at'i. to S, bot'Lton S., y attended the riatc) and'the'.'w'fatacr was ideal..- locals, bat, first and iarge'.i ,.f. were '-n, Hi Jackson b. Barwtt-...-..V-... T: Jlarcellus, b. Louisville .000 000 S "0 Kansas City .000 OuO 100-1. 5 4 Loudernillk and'Severoid Vaughan and BowriaB. '-Canadian ,3, 'St. Thomas uk. d.'Quelpn" 7, Berlin S. 11" London Berlin 5. London 17, Brant- lord 2. '-79 J. Cameron, b. B." Hardy, C. J Q.-Knight, c.' F. Gregory, b.'-Eirnejt N. Knight, c. Ferguson u .u. C.-Windham, b. Barneit 2, St. Thomas .1, Berlin S. 11 T t HAT n S. 17. Btant- eight re en- had 'been "put Uaptam Nap'per" declared "'the inninjTs in btd'ei 'that the should, get a full SnninV? btfore. aarl, Nappet', Argo ah'd ths principal "luh-Retteta for- Macleod. Twin h.utfc could not; do "anything with th'b'WwIltig ol Na'pper'ahd Bar- n', who retjf effectively, and ;tr.e .bnlj1' minr who .made any score. to speak ol 'or'the. visitors 'was A. TW -'line-up.', :eams vas as follows and got them, by good :Y: Lirrtl on Leon -.ini ssare captured this kto by ef a y ,1, 'i nut. IB Wiattiiif wuhh, V ssrf M i Of Aisl WB H wm 1 rM'n 5 Ik' il lj a In iri'i race; a running Batsman Huns A. Patteson, not, out .40 J. Hardy, h. -2 C, Jackson, Najtper 4 with t pnrse of 1300, ir.c hard Jitt, is "Judge a shot, won over the t Watches, who was jp tils.event kP. ai hut iaadi a grand ef- r'-i.L lie bonch, but was fco Iwr In away.. on Total score ..i.... Bats'man 1. (J. Xappcr, b; Ktiisht Strarhan, c 'Jacklon I. b.' Knight Argo, c. N. W.'Whitrield, b. R. >ferctr, b. C. Jaclipn V. T.'U'eilacott, b-.'tfameron J. U'arnctt, b. Gregory L; Fowler, not out I.'. 1.'.- J. N.'Jlec, riol out A. C. Ferguson, did.not t Byes Wide ball? Total Runs '-31 23 ,'4 J3 3 'Northwestern Vancouver i, 0. 'Victoria VaMonter 4. Seattle 4.- Taconia'5, Spokam! 8. Portland ''LITBRIOQE SEOOJt'DV-'-F f r K Thefr-vlotbry last night -team .in second 'place--in', tiv V District 'Baseball, fry lead. buVthey Jot by" miwns secnfid. a decided frtpj 4" v' upon the ctiaapionshlj -aonors. r" 4 Thes'tandine uf Tari'.T1" .at and IB'' erf of'-r.Va! "game .Gavin ".'scored: l-r ga-ae. IJ Taylor! did I B TJmpIre his fourth the tfee'JJed'-Sor, who have so .'far failed et grfOjJ'bali; ..illowlng opposed him and the'oni-. look ri'An' !or atttmpttd CANADIAN WON SY FOUR July The Canadian bovltrt played at Oalashlelds yester- day, rlcalng by four shots) the scores Tom Rennie it, lit. Hill 2i, Watson 25; Dr. Wood. 14 McDERMOTT Angeles S, .Vwice 4, Ksi NoHhern Winnipeg 8, Wlnnlpeg-Win- innings, Grand ethei games, second.-The aid-" !-i; -kicked strongly the decision'. Jld'. 4--------.....' pliln'clotheii' PhllndelDhla, July molt, of. Atlantic p. who .UMW ..the'; Ml. the umpire. Ized in did not dangtrona was' on the Hnrley' pWforni.f-The.Tlsitors only' got three sin- 1 ony go ree glet'ud riw "T-jn gwnjB v r of the out a WpjV.wlth '''v> efeniog Me looks .'like; a'. Sad coacklnj. Ji if the Ittfc WilV P ___ 'made a due race, tKnowles Cor.M.hl-s 21; at IW made a, fine race, [Knowies u; OTVB4, ill tret, fcrtr ml Lore WatcbH112, Jagger SOT McTaggut PriM 5 did "not rob game tf Iff tie result iflw Bever mkt.': third'; a tito'k' blweUl! pijcher-, d ;