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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. .It'l.Y 17. !91ft THE LKTHBninC.R DAILY IEIUU) PAGE THREE RACE MATINEE WEDNESDAY .f. .1- -I- -K FIRST OF SUMMER SERIES HOMER MAC WILL BE THERE In the hope of providing some jhillRillg to Slmvart. nmsemenl fur the Wednesday half In the 2.2r, trot, (liore aro oliday amusement seekers. a number 'four entries to I'lithllinlor, lie- f KulilIullliMl-wliii have all signs longing I" I'D" IliMllMill. and O. I'. >.V. f racing fever, arc nuUiiiK on. a blK bolonrfni: l.i> 'Lin-liIa nf Noblefiird. nro mtinee at (In: Henderson Park known t.n I.ethbMHige people. Sulilimi IliMllMi l.i> 'Lin-liIa n wn t.n I.ethbMHige rounds on Wednesday ailcrnoun ul'lul' the JMV'ilr: Ms week. The matinee is by way of Dillon, from Mus Liiflita little experiment. The gale receipts lie hung for prizes, anil some or" good :ire being brought in :i iielp make (lie game KO here. HANS WAGNER and Allfion sliililws, will in thiv. In an elTort lo train Homo youiiK I :ilnfr. u fjrcon lialf mile lieats, j ivill Iju fill uu. Enturcil uro (ionucll's i Hatch iri'iirtiiiK semdary. ami-will I Prohibition, Carter, belonging to j ecuivc entries. Viiimmrtr; Iloubmi Kirk, own-1 When it is known IhiiL Homer Coiiltry: Did- Wells and John j f the McUlain slablos of Moimreli. I-'iirni-in. both of ihe Fnrmsm Htiihhss. I 1! Tor UK; mse-rur-all. it is j (hisli. opc.iUo all thure will be some ROOI! rar- a -or HUVK' pmiifiK. to bo I'll ilonier Mar is Known to'run ii' lieaLs, (be program, pry iinrHuman in Wr.sujni Canada If WcdncKdny'H nvoni wimcs off wnll d hiH appoaniuct-' is always the will follow, and judKliig by thu crowd aU.undfjd the tStaiupudft, u weekly should draw well to make it a weakly occur- renco. STRICKEI1N THE SIREfl Completely Restored To Health By "Fruit-a-tives" 3311 Hr. VALIKII ST., MONTHKAI.. "In 1912, I wlus taken ill ivilh Acute Stotmldl Trouble ami rlropped in the! street. 1 was treaicrl motored out to Travel's by .several physicians for nc-ii'Iy two ;and received their first checli Northern Hall Team Defeats Crescents, By Score of Four to Two I Taber, .Inly 1C.--the Tabei CreK- today llicin, istressing pain and mill fitst'Jose, und J uncovered from Stomach Trouble ni Constipation wureourril. Now 1 wcifil: SOU pounds. "I cannot praise "Fniit- a-tives" H- AUIIIMAX. SOc. a box, ti for S3.50, (rial size, At all dealers or sent ]Hnlpjid by Fruit- a-tives Limited, OtUuLi. I for a bis crowd. i Against Homer Mac will race (Inr- id Mac. also of ihe McCliiin s tallies. a VaiR-ouviT last onu be-( g, I Lending pitchers for 14 games Wagner J Morton. Cleveland After Stick At 42 he is tramping on the heels of the batting leaders in the National League. Anderson. Si-ham1 r, Sdnipp Kai-idesi; Meadows and (joMKiile: Boston Takes Second fincimiati. July illK sorno 01' the fanlusi amateur Ihall soon in Southern Alberta. The I Kami! was; as f ?t ?it, as usual and was 1 productive of rmirli exeiteinent, not 'only foer.nirio UK: learns worn pretty i evenly matched bin on account of it 1 being UK; relurn nintcli iil'tur the re- Uiont bard Kt niggle on tliu dia-j 'iiioml. two umpires were Irom s i Champion, the naileries being for Travers. Muffin and Jones; for Taber. i j Lewis and Lewis. The game resulffcd J in a victory for Travel's by 4 to 2. i Lewis of Taber distinguished hiniselt I by holding down Travers to bits, white Taber obtained 7 off i Both the Taber Vims were Travers evidently obtaining its scores j ,011 the poor decisions given which 'aroused considerable hard feeling on- __________ the part of the visitors who, however, I f being good sports, took the result with The employees or Campbell, Wilson ami t ami Home held their second annual j Thc features of the game' {outing at the SiuD'Onl farm on Satur-' ro fasf by Taber! day, leaving by automobiles at twelve wjlicii accounts for the low score, and took I "'dock. On their arrival fll> excellent j Lewis' brilliant- slab work for Taber. NON-INTOXICATING 'ALBERTA'S PRIDf BEER FOR SALE The Lethbridge Brewing .and Malting Co., Ltd. Phone 554 the second game nf the series from Cincinnati here today to 1. Errors luncheon was served and afterwards ijGwis struck a first class program of sports was tho laiU Vith the bases full.; were responsible for all the'nms o.v-Uarried put and prizes were awarded had both excellent con-j ecpt one. pitched good hull! which had been kindly donated by tho tl.Q, only {JIie mai, wanullg in tho I and would have; shut team had it not been error. I Boston out the local for Smith's president. R. J. Campbell. Cheers were given for the president entire game. Considerable money changed bauds over the game, wbicb Und the "Royal Shield" boys -who j is ]irst tnnt Taber has lost this j wera-overseas. The "ems" commit-1 aeaBOI1. the docision.s been rea-j Mays. Boston S Ili.- Covelcskie. Detroit.12 IS. Covelssk-ic. C.'lcve...l2 Faber, Chitago 7 i Russell. Chicago 3 Cincinnati'.'.'. 1 5 ijten, Mcadames Bcnton. Munroe and the Taber team would have j H-irncs and Cowdy Toney. iUnswortli. are entitlfd to special off for the boys j -700 Uluejiif-Uct Srhnpider and Wingo. raentioH for the tasty spread provided, j Erom the mining town arc just round- j airing .333 and Crowding Robertson and Daubert For the Lead NATIONAL Won Lost SO so Chicago. July (Honns) j ;igner ran his average up eight; oints to and to IHird place among Brooklyn Boston JI" riiiludclphta 41 New York...... :i7 Chicago......... 'H Pittsburg....... :''2 4l] SL. Louis........ 4t> Cincinnati....... 32 SATURDAY GAMES Archer's Homer Did It Chicago, July .451 .895 i Jimmy Areber's New York pc.L. jBonlon .595 i Cleveland '571 i Chicago 554 'Washington 'gOd i Detroit .483 I St. Louis 4g7 j Philadelphia AMERICAN Won 4fi 44 Lost 34 The following were tho prize into A game will uers: 100 yards. 30 and under, E. be arranged on the Taber dia- ud between the same teams, after ch the Crescents are anxious to 4" 42 IS jllaynes; 100 yards, 30 and over, E. S. !momj jjackson; ladies' pemmt race, "Mrs. C. Ingram; ladies' 75 yard race. Miss SWords with the Lethbridge i Johnston; boys under 12, Eric' hop, step and jump, Ed- .anl. ureenhalgh; ladies' egg spoon, .538 (jjj.g, j. Unsworth; threading the McGRATH GOING STRONG New McCrath. the scored tW run. fiek. uccording In avenlgGt; prillt.odl ere todriy, which incllliles the records last Wednesday's games. Hubert- Hint won tor Chicago over Brooklyn today. 5 t" Smith pitched good hall 'IID to that time except in the drives. Wheat's triple, with.the bases full, following two errors and a walk in the third, gave Brooklyn three runs. it down.ihe, difference and is hitting Max Carey of I'ittsljurg is ahead in olen fwises with 27; Max Flack of licago in sacrifice hits with 27; Wil-i' inns of Chicago in horan runs SATURDAY GAMES Yankees Go Down Mrs. H. Munroe; putting the {shot, Fred Home; nail driving jtest, Mrs. E. S. Jackson; half mile i j Stanley Home; ladies' shooting, !Jessie'' -Home; men's shooting, R. obstacle race. Frrd Ing- i ra ni: suck 1'aco, R." Ward; bean con- giant New York policeman, al tho ham- mer throwing contest held at the re- cent New York A. Q. competition Old Timers. imade a throw of feet 6 inches. The Taber team lined up as foI-lThe hammer hit against the trunk of lows: Lewis catcher; Lewis pitcher; j ;i tree two feet above the ground. The Briggs 1st base; White 2ud base; j throw, it is estimated, would have Fowler 2nd base Hudson i been good it it had not been stopped Boddy 3rd base; Pearson ijy the obstruction. HcGrath has been heft field; Williams centre field; Sim-j in (lie athletic game for many years New York. July won a Benton; baseball, office staff long drawn out. poorly pitched game 12 to Jl; tug-of-war, warehouse staff, from New York today, il to 7. The visitors landed on Mogridge for seven EASTERN LACROSSE us In the third Inning, tbe last four coming when Burns made a home run Shamrocks v.-ith (be Diisfts full. After New York mons right Held. The fnnt nlny Is evidenced by the neither side scored for the ind is in better hammer throwing 'oral than at any time of his athletic first seven innings. SALLEE WITH GIANTS? St. Louis, .Uily Harry Bailee.' who announced his retirement Brooklyn leads in club Hatting itb .254. The Natiomil's batters nong those .who have played in half j r more-of the games are: ihard, besides giving eight bases on iloberlscn. New York, .344; Daubert, j and Boston won the first game rookiyn. Wagner. Pittsburg, i0r fae sel-ies with Cincinnati hereto. Braves Beat Reds Cincinnati. July was hit Hlnchman, Pltlsburg. .328; Chase lo o. incinnati. .323; Long, St.' Louis, .817; (Cincinnati............ inmcrman. Chicago. .311; Jlornsby, tied ihe score in the fourth inning Hums drove in Detroit's eighth run with a single in the fifth, and anothei in the ninth with, ft sacrifice fly. Mail: ager Donovan of New York and Sec ond Baseman Young of Detroit were [ordered off the field for protesting do- j New 7 H Dauss. Holand and Baker; aiognl maker aiur Wai tors. Walter Wins Own Game Washington, July John-j son's single in the ninth, with two out, scored Williams from Louis, .310; Wheat. Brookly chulto, Chicago, .302. N Leading pitchers for 14 or more ames: AVon Lost Pel. .SIS I ii Defeat Cornwall While recently', when he quit Ottawa Trims the Champion st Lnllis Nationals, probubly will Nationals return to tlie game Sunday. vlontieal July Shamrocks uisiratclics from Cincimiaii, last, eaiilj defcuteu-tliiiCornwall Calls, alllllghj. sUltell iilat Sallee hail siEiictl a Mile C id gi ounds here, Saturday af-; to play with the Nov.- York temoon when they scored nine .Sohuyler P- Brltton, prc- Cornualls three. Tliere was no iloubt at the-St. Louis dub, said to- ns to.the result of the game after certain" the In I peiiod though the play was fast I Now will go through. thioughout f Britton tried to obtain one of the l! Ottawa Wins York pitchers in exchange for 3 Ottawi July Ottawas gjnee, and failing in that is said to I sprang the biggest surprise of theinave decided to accept a cash offer j season Saturday when they defeated j raajie the New York club. Sthe champion Nationals iu the N.L.U. j saiiee is reported in dispatches game at-Lansdowne park. H was ajt-rom Cincinnati as having signed a i clean cut victory for the Senators, the tendered him by McGraw yes- secomi 13 to 7. They ran in aale probably will Schnlz and Oowdy. Jludolpji and day and enabled Washington to take j Nationals had in Louis. Sallec is .the second game of the series French- tn st win, Phillies Break Even inirg. July piteh; j Cleveland, 3 to ,2. The visitors made! their two rnns in the sixth after j Johnson had thrown the ball into centre field trying for a play al second. [opened the scoring and the French ere never able to catch up. Play was clean and tlie officials were strict, handing out a long list of penalties. ughes. Boston arquard. IJrooklyi fetter, Brooklyn ixey, Philadelphia amaux. Pittsburg lexander, Phila. 1 .13 U .13 .15 ing of Alexander enabled Philadelphia Washington.......... 3 S 3i RESTA AND DE PALMA WIN .800 I la take the first game of a double- Cleveland............ 2 S 2 omahl 7ulv 15-Dario Resta 765 header from Pittsburg here today, by Ainsmilb. Henry; Bag-! Omaha. Neb., Julj lo. Dano Resta '.750 a score of 4 to 0. Pittsburg won the j hy nnA driving al the rate of JI9.20 miles an hour today, won the said (o be en route to St. Louis with the New York clnb. DODGE-WINS. ,'AM'ERICAN DERBY i an We, 150-mile auto- pjlv mobile race on Ihe local speedway. Ralph Mul- Philadelphia. July won Chicago. July Dodge, owned by Veber and ridden by F. Mur- won the.? American .Derby, tbe 'leedy'iietroiler "has 34 stolen bases, i Chalmers. Bender and -Jjunw; JIa-, peakcr also regained lirst place as t maux and Gibson, Schnnjt. slugger, wltli'laS lotal Giants 5'to 0 in runs scored with C3. Eddie j g( julv Louis batter's ollir.s heads the sacrifice liittera Hh 20. and Baker leails in home runs itli eight. Detroit leads in learn will! .256. were unable to hit Perritl, and'New York woi wil.ll SI. the. first giune'of'the series twirling. In the first Scott had tlidj better of a baltle wilh Sheehan. two of whose bases on balls resulted in nose liases on uans lesuueu in ilere j while Scott's passes had no SUES WITH COLUMBUS Artie Bnes, who broke into pro. ball race with which thoroughbred horse racing w'as' today introduced to Chicagoans. R. J. MacKenzie's Faux Col was second, and Franklin, Dodge's stable niate, .third. .The time for the mile and a quarter was 2.04 3-5. Churchill, of Foxhal! P. Keene's stable, was the only other starter. Dr. Elizabeth C. Secord, iiie first duly qualified and registered practic- ing woman physician in N'ew Bruns- wick, if -not in all Canada, passed' away at her home, Farmerston, Carl- ton county, N.B., recently, at the age of 72 years. HaU _ Insurance Let us place your risk. We guar- antee reliability of the Company and FAIR de- it now. R. V. Gibbons Co. Balmoral'Block, Lethbridse, Phone 1191 Palace Hotel, Taber A GOOD HOTEL THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT A Two New and Spacious Sample Rooms Have Been Added 60 Bedrooms Rates, per da.y UP-TO-DATE ICE CHEAM PARLOR AND SODA'FOUNTAIN CONNECTION. J- DOBBS, Proprictt.r, LET US WRITE YOUR HAIL INSURANCE. In the WESTCHESTER, HABTFORD or UNITED ASSURANCE CO. Assets over .Will have experienced adjusters bridge and losses will be paid immediately. If you. do not :.have: the- cash now see us and we will care until fall. Write Box 264, ,Phone 651 or call in Alberta block.': We want a few.more outlying districts. x M.P. Johnston Company with Columbus i on Uie scoring. Benz had a duel i the American Association, having been acquired from Kansas City. He ap- Biiaii ill tlio soconrt ganie, in tlie ,.olc pinch'hitter. i was poiintletl html. I.ntz, who Tho.10 leading batters in Ihe Amen-1 him in the aave'nlll. hold the Louis liere today. S: to jlono tally heillg produced on a base on in league Speaker, Cleveland, Jackson, iiicauo, Uobb, Detroit. .855: Detroit. .308; Shotton, St. Hilis, .208; Slslor, St. Louis, .232; iru.nk.-' Pluladeliihia. .287; Nunn- aker, New JJillur, St. Chicago, .284. Don't just wish you had the newest in Regimental and College Shields to decorate your room; start now to save the 'coupons of ADAMS' TUTTS CUM and make sure of getting them. A delightful selec- tion of the most beauti- ful Shields of Western Regiments and Colleges. Tutti Ftultl now comes in the new, convenient pacfcar.c, the wrapper of which is a valuable coupor. Tlie back of encnfiivegncomplclelisiofthe shields and how toobtaio tliem. Your dealer hES'Fnui I-'tuui In nny of five mellow flavois. ORIGINATORS visitors scoreless. New York......... St. Louis........... Perritl and Rariden; and tionKales. .H (I Ames. balls to Mcllullen. licnz's sacrifice and Weaver's triple. Chicago.............. 4 7 0 Philaileiiihia.......... 1 4 1 Scolt and Schalk; Sheehan and Car- ..1 5 0 ..0 -I 0 lienz tnul Lanii; Bush and Carroll. j roll. i Second 1 lOhicago SUNDAY GAM.ES j Philadelphia in 16 Innings j Chicago, July and i Chicago I'oilghl'through Id Innings Sox Break Even a 7-7 draw here today. Dnrknoss'l Hosum, July Lou 6 and Bos- terminatod a gatuo thai lasted j ton divided today's double-header Ihe nearlv four hours. Thirty-two men (Visitors wttimng the first gan to 1. Item Cubs, though labile the second was Bostons bs the took pan. most ot th Gardner made NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY G'AMES Great Falls 7: Vancouver 3. Falls 5; Vancouver Tacoma 9; Spokane S- Butle 4; Seattle 3. SUNDAY GAMES Seattle-10; Dutte 4.. Butte 3. Tacoma Spokane. Spokane 2. Vancouver 7; Great Palls -5. S; Great, Falls jinered in three runs score. Then Ilrookly visitors ialted ih three [errors and none of the four pitchers to have the Cubs tic count again. Prom the tenth on.there were .few chances for. cilhnt; score. I The custom of allowing spectators to keep balls balled into' lite1' Stands j forced the home, tctun to use 43 balls. i Brooklyn '18 1 ]Chicago............. 7 .IB. ,2 j Marriuord, Pteffer. Cheney. Smith. and Meyers; Seaton, Prender- jgast. llondrix, Vaughff jipd :1 -Arcljer, 'demons. -fr'' St. Louis GrabB One Sf. Louis. July by Mlormliy, Wihinn and UonKlllca., allil 'eri-ors by liohertson ami Doyle.'" net- lie--.! l.ouir. tlirec-, runs iMid the vie- Itory In second Inning, of loday's ifsamc Now York. Meadows; [the visitors ttrfollr hils. York 2 .4 conld stop tho slugging. Boston 1 1 Hamilton and Foster and Cndy; Hartley. Second lloslon........... St. Louis.......... Ruth. Wyckbft and 17 4 Thomas, Carri. g'an; Davenport. Park, Haunigartnor, and Sevcroid. SUNDAY GAMES Senators Qimch Hits. Clevclnnd. .Inly seven of tliulr leu hits in ".three inniligs. Washington riefealed Cleveland' hero today 4 lo 2. Cleveland Washingion...........4.10 0 Coveleskle :llld Daly; lloehling Slid Henry. Onlv one Kunday same acliedllled.' AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 0; Lousiville 1. 0; Louisville 2. Kansas City 6; Indianapolis 4. City 0; hitlian- Sl.'panl 7; Cnlniabas 3. Paul ft; Columbus 5. Minneapolis 3; Toledo 4. 4; Toledo 0. PACIFIC COAST Vonion 2; Los Angelas 3., 1; Los Angeles 2. San Francisco 1; Salt Laker 10. Portland 4; Oakland 7i G; Oakland 2. NORTHERN Duliith 3; Superior 4.' 1; Superior 0. Only Sunday games scheduled. Evana INTERNATIONAL The Best Fun ik the World CAMPING Y.M.C.A. GAMP "KAMP KOOTENAIE" Sentry, Crow's Nest Pass JULY 31 to AUGUST 12 1916 Entire Expense of Trip Boys Under 17, Seniors, ;