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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 17. 1915 WATERTON LAKES July 26th to Aug. 5th A REASONABLE VACATION PAGE THREB Entire Expense of Trip Seniors Boys under IT An ardent football enthusiast has contributed 'the following remarks with the idea of 'bringing to mind ironic tilings' Unit seem to have been lost sight oi here in pursuit of the game, and which stand for a good deal for the success of football. To nvit: Remember the game is football, the mouth has no part in the game. Don't get rattled, it is most es- sential in football that a player should have a cool head. When you have made an appeal, 'don't grouse if the referee does not see things as you see them. Remem- ber lie is looking at tbe game with two eyes. Don't be continually telling the re- feree what he should do. He probably knows quite as much about his busi- ness as you do. Besides he may give you marching orders if you persist. Tbe referee is only human. He may and often does make mistakes. If Ithese happen to be not In your favor don't kick up a shindy. When you are beaten by an oppon- ent don't try to kick him. This is ciceedingly bad sportsmanship, and may do your side a lot of harm. Don't always be thinking about the points you are going to get. Alter all, the. game's the thing. yourself smart it 'you handle the ball when, you are so placed that the referee cannot prop- erly see it. In tills case remember the Unwnian may catch you. He is there partly for this purpose., Alter the game, 1! you are the 2oBera, Instead of talking about scrap- i jilnj, siake hands with the winners and congratulate them. .In nearly all cares the' winners .deserve their vic- i iory. To the spectators It sometimes happens, that specta- tors are In a better position than tone referee >lo see aa incident. If this is the case don't be surprised if his does not agree with yours. i It ia often so. AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Prices In Bicycle Repairs and Goods Be Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 5th Street BEAT U.C.J. OF BASEBALL With a score thai would do credit lo a cricket match, the Knox team detailed the Travellers in a baseball game last night by a score o[ 15-0. As the score donates, the game was not up to much. For one or two in- niiiss the playing was creditable, but the remainder of the game was grac- SUSPENDS PUBLICATION BECAUSE POLICE HAVE RUINED THE BUSINESS Wilkesbarre, Pa., July The Baseball World, it weekly publication, alleged to hnvo conducted baseball pools throughout tile country, sus- pended publication today. .Men identified with the publication said tiic activity of llir? police in Chicago, New York and other, cjties had ruined tlie business 'and that it was possible to further pay make money. '.j if BASEBALL cd with innumerable wild pikhes, bone-head plays and errors. Both j teams hit the ball freely, and the. fielders in many cases hooted them. 11. Henderson started pitching 101 iiic Travallws and lasted four innings. lie Knox players hit him freely. He was relieved by Lombard, who was also hit bard. Sang was pitching for the ED. WALSH COMES Pitcher "Big" Ed. Walsh, of the Chicago American baseball club, who has been out of baseball practically for a year on account of a had arm, made a brilliant "come-back" yes- iterday. Chicago defeated Philadel- phia with Walsh in the box by a score of G to 2. Walsh alowed six hits. AD WOLGAST SiGNS FOR FOUR CONTESTS Cadillac, Mich., July Wol- aast -will fight four times in the next four weeks if lie carries out his pres- ent plane. He has signed to meet Gene Belmont at July 19; Leach Cross, at New York, July 22; and Joe Welling, at Duluth. August G. Wolgast Trill fight in Oshkosh, Win., August 2, but his opponent has not been picketL Barney Firrey, '.his trainer, is with .Wolgast here. Ad announced today that he is in shape to fight now, and ho weighs only 133. Voters' Lists -are posted, and we have a copy of tlie list for each poll at the Prohibition Com- mittee Rooms Call In and find out whether your name is on the list, and Where To Vote FOR RENT On. of tht Finnt Appointed ind Moit Modern Garages in Wettirn Cinada, a very low and money-making figure A REUAiLE PARTY making a For One or More Years Will derive the full benefit of an excellent, firet-elaei eetabllahed AGENCY, STORAGE, TRANSIENT AND REPAIR BUSINESS V Current Merage Feee almeet tqual Rent Active Automobile INVESTIGATE THIS OPPORTUNITY AT ONCE Fer Full Information Apply ta GARAGE, P. O. BOX 519, CALGARY winners, lie and was not up to his usual blows were quite in order in the Can- was hit hard also, and was adian League game 'between Guelph given about the same support as tho aml the. (ocajs this p Travellers' twirlers, which was poor 'Tr'lrand, at third, for the Travel- the various clubs, lers, plaved a good game, and if I there was any star work in evidence, it was mostly around the difficult corner. Although he had one error he not everything else that came his way! Dunsworth was working all the time at shortstop for Knox. He made number of brilliant plays but his showing hoots.. Uunsworth, ss. Rohison, cf. Williams, rf. Johnson, If..... Bond, c. Campbc.1, 3b. Hansch, Ih. McPhce, 2b. Sang, p.......... marred by several AB.R.H.PO.A.E. 5 2 5 0 5 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 NATIONAL Rhilaclrlplila Chicago Hrooklyn St. Louis I'iltsbui's New York Cincinnati Boston disagree on the the other subjects Chicago New Yotk Xaliel, Humphries, Archer Mathcvvscm motoring back Mammaux anil Gibson Tyler, Hughes and Whaling and (iovvcly. AMERICAN YV. 52 20 Philadelphia Chicago. WycKofl, Sheehan, Johnson and Ainsmith Kolb, Cook and Agnew. York-Detroit, postponed, July :rucial series is now being played by Ottawa defeated Guelph today 3 to lulling Hamilton ahead in the race. Tension was higli throughout game. Fuller knocked a home run In the first inning and claimed that Jiur- phy tried to trip ilim at short. Later Murphy, was put out at second, lie claiming that Puller tried to spike him and the two came to blows. Smykal and Umpire CockmSn separat- ed them. Lee and Bullock had a clash and Cockman threatened to put Manager Shaughnessy of Ottawa out of the "igame for disputing a decision. Brown who was arrested at St. Thomas two Idays ago for showing disrespect lo the Canadian the Guelph team this afternoon and got a noisy Bertrand, 3n. Putnam, 2b. Wise, cf.......... Evans, ss....... Lombard, lb., Serbev, If....... Scott', rf....... Stafford, c..... Henderson, p., 15 13 24 11 S A.R.H.PO.A.E. reception here. 1 n I 4 1 5 0 i I .3 1 r> THIS IS THE LIFE Bo.ston-Cieveland, no game, rain. FEDERAL w. Chicago '16 Kansas City 'In St. Louis...... -14 Pittsburg Newark 42 Brooklyn 35 Buffalo' 31 Baltimore 30 DUNLOP RUBBER GOODS CO Ltd. Head Office TORONTO Branche. ln_ Leading _cltler Makers of Tires for Automobile: Rubber Belting Score by Knox Travellers 8 82417 7 410 226 ...300 100 9 hits, Evans: 2, Bond. Hits off Henderson, 6 in, 4 innings, off Lombard in 4 innings, 7. Struck out by Sang 2, (Bertrand, hy Lombard 3, (Campbell 2, First base on balls, Lombard 1. Hit by .pitcher, Wise. Double play, Dunsworth to Hansch. Pass ball, Stafford. Wild pitch, Lom- bard. Left on 3, Travel- lers 5. Time of, game 1.30. Umpire Ncirii. REMUS ON 1 SIDE Pau It On When a grounder skids along, Pa6s it on; Do not atop to sing a song, Pass it on; Do not .stand around and-gaze Forty-seven, dozen ways, Pass it on; If you're rattled in your dome; Then the guy'll sure get home; Pass it on. Freddie Welsh is going to take, a long-rest. In the meantime the anvil chorus will be .busy with suggestions that the champion is dodging title as piranta. Jess champion" heavy- weight, was once barred for a; year from boxing With the pile Jess has ]ust cleaned up he conld stand barred for another year. The Allies are asking that they can give the enemy a "dieck." Howard Drew, the American color- ed sprinter, has become a dining'car waiter. Doubtless; his sprinting abil- ity will enable him'to keep "the soup warm between the kitchen and ;the talble. Cool Your Skiii With D.D.D. Hot weather brings to the surface all the lurking diseases in the ?kin. PncVly heat, rash, poison ivj, bites, other maladies are most dis treating in summer. You can instant- ly cool your skin and relieve yourself from all suffering. Just a few drops of the soothing compounH of oil Qf Wlntergreen and other healing ele- ments called ODD Prescription will give you iniunt rcllif. Come to us today for a genern.ua trial bottle, only 25c We offer the first full size bottle on tbe guarantee that "if will give you instant relief '.or-. your money back. Nlsk also about D.RD. aoap. J, D. Hijinbotham A Co, druggilti. D.D.D MADE IN CANADA When folks applaud our hardihood, Who love the wilderness. We thank them ibut we whisper low, "You're ignorant, 1 guess." For, talk atoout your, easy- life. The worlii conspires to give You everything wittiout 'a price You. really need to live. An axe, a knife, a frying, pan, '-Some, fish hooks and a gun. And you may have for taking all The wealth beneath the sun. A shelter for your bed at night, L bed- that's soft" and good, And flsh and fowl and good red. meat All.-wait you in the -wood. The question of your boy's vaca- tion is one of prime importance. Camping'.but, under proper supervi- sion has come to be a 'recognized fac- tor in the'solution of this vacation problem. Every rightly constructed boy'wants to camp out. It is in him. A boj m the piogress of growing needs' tho-''.'out-doors. He needs the tonic of the woods and the lakes. He ought to be toughened by the and cold. Nothing can place of stout phjsique, ro- bust health, good blood, firm mm :des and sound nerves, for these are the byproducts of camp life. Every red-blooded bov craves the free outjof-door life. desires un- limited opportunity to go swimming and fishing, lo through tre woods and over mountains, and do a "score of other things that are only possible in the great out-of-doors If his likings run to sport, he craves a chance'to play base-ball and to com- pete m all kinds of athletic and aquatic events Such an opportunity will be given to every boy in this city who attends the M C A bay's oamp at Watertor Lakes Park There a hoy w ill get v, holesome fun, pure wholesome food and will have access to the different nctrutips. Regular .habits, plenty of plain food, life in the open air and con- tact with other hoys will send you back to your school woik stronger mentally and morally The peculiar relation one bos has with another and the general camp atmosphere .develops usefulness, man- liness, initiative, and above all-char- acter. Every possible precaution will be taken to' safeguard the'-health of the bojs No hoy be allowed to go in swimming except at the regu- lar swimming hours and under the supervision' of adult leaders. The cooking is .done by .an experienced chef who provides good wholesome food. The camp is in direct charge of the phjiita! director, who will be assisted by aduit leaders. Any m the maj go. Membership the Y.JI.C.A. is not'necessary. As in more than four hundred and fifty camps bupoitiMd by the 1 M O.A.'s of Canada and America, in which will gather hoys this 'summer Thr rtav'b program runs like this 7 a ui. nsme call on bugle or drum .7.05 setting up exercises am flag raising 7.10 morning dip in tho lake 7.30 breakfast, 8 00 duties 8 30 fishing, hiking, bascbal and sports, cti.., 11.15 swim 13 30 dinner 1.00 rest hour 1 00 after- noon open tor sports, etc., 4.80 Inspection 6.00 supper 6 30 Bible studi '7 00 baseball or group games 8 00 camp fire and stunts, 10.00 laps. f Buffalo Pittsburg Bcdicnt and Allen son and Berry. No other games scheduled. 'M.otor Trucks, Motorcycles; Bicycles and B IIu e Heels Mats Tiling and General Rubber.Specialties. _ Toronto............. Toronto............. Buffalo............... Montreal........... Rochester....'...... INTERNATIONAL Harrisburg Harrisburg Jersey City Providence Richmond NORTHWESTERN Victoria............ 2 Vancouver .1 Tuconia 4 Seattle AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland.......... 1 St. Paul Columbus.......... 8 Minneapolis Indianapolis...... 4. Milwaukee 10 1ERMAN DERBY TO BE RUN July, 15, via London, July German. the chief racing event in Germany, will be run as usual next Sunday over tbe Derby course at Hamburg. Among the starters will be Tuenders, owned by Leopold von Berchtold. Edmonton Tulj GUI ley the New "i ork bport'-man pio moled the worlds chimpionShip bout between lessc Will-nd md Jacb Tolin son at Cuba A Usltoi m Edmonton yesterday. '..Mr. Curley is en route to the coast the Francisco fan is his objective point taking a well-deserved vacation after his arduous duties of the past few mouths Louis Sealer, of the Edmonton A. A.C., took the New Yorker in.tow arid showed him the sights, taking the op- portunity of putting in a few worcla in his own ibehalf regarding the Al- berta' rights for the Willard-Johnson Co., pictures, which, will he shown here if they pass the 'Censor. The FRECKLES Now is the Time to'Get Rid-of These Ugly-Spots There's "no longer, tlie slightest need! -oil ''feeling-' a'sliamecl ot your freckjeb as the piescription double, guannteed to ie- move those homel> Simply get an ounce of double any druggist and applj a little of it night ami morn ing and you should soon even tlie worst freckles' to disappeai while ones liave vanished entirely. It'is seldom that more than an ounce is.needed to completely clear the skin and gain, a clear complexion. Be sure to ask for the double strength othine as this' is sold .under giiaiantee of "noney back, it' it fails to emove D Higinibotham cate that handled the Championship bout ,did not wax wealthy on the pro- ceeds Ibut had the satisfaction of see- ing the heavyweight title returned to the white race. An'automobile tire of British inven- tion that --.is said to toe almost as; re- silient as'rubber is made of several metal bands, separatedjby aluminum blocks. TORNADO STRIKES STAND WHEN GAME IS ABOUT Decatur, 111., July tornado struck the grandstand at the Decatur baseball park today just as the game between Decatur and Kockford start- ed Tiie roof of the, grandstand was toin off and a portion of it fell upon the c-owfl. below Several were But" was-seriously injured; MACE IN LONDON ENG, AND IN MONTREAL Armed to the Equipped for every emergency. You're ready for "what's coming when you've got your pack and pockets loaded with that best-of- all Cat. Put one between your it off, and the battle's half you're fighting for sales or civilization. A Single BlacK Cat will pat you in that contented arid ftlf-certain frame of mind that you fttl like doing big A mild, tatiifying flavor it. Never tried it Then go to the neareit dealer and toy Black Cat Cigawttes-lOforlOCcnte wJUn pMMftffff or _jn nt AfenfnMJt t Jf't oftt of many ;