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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Immense CroTfd Enjoyed Water in Attendance. Added to At-, Mractio'n The street'far" sjstem did a whale last V.Rht and the au- tomobiles of the city burned up a lot uf gasoline. This unusual _stir occasioned by thi-regatta at the lake The spectators numbtred. it is Se'to the attendance of S attrition staged at the lake at beioie and there have been crowds re- the "late this 'Frora-7 o'clock .to S.30 riri paded to the -Strand e-.cn attet'that raanr a guod k-load wis taXen'to the scene ol. the evening with the tern. ARE NtVER Any STREAM DAY _ HSHINS. full and'slowing moon'after the ot night had-..cask, uts rfmdows o'er the laid, .a stir in the not a nppleuon. ,tho and with the T j make" the "first regatta e' Aquatic' assocLa- Viti1 all-aiding them to Vas'iip UnthefAquatic 'association to make they spectators a Eaerillyi coao LINE DRIVE BROKE BALL PLAYER'S RIB Saskatoon. July :Fprd, of' tie Saskatoon .ball team, whoiivas struck by a line ,fi -d Call paw :s Boston difficult .thing _to'paddle a 'caaos from i 300 6 11 isb boo ooot- i new. f r. F.'l i SPLIT EVEN, New St. Louis split eve'aj oh header hsre today, :thi i: i ning the first'gameHHo 2T' and Ke.w -i ihniag" .second in the game. t isV. -'ooo "013 .id game: is 000 ork 002'OflO 3 5 0 fine displays, oi oar -ianiip' and ]iaddVing were seen. The '-T' 'surof'ol 'the' speptaiors, 'the': iiitinV contest and "crab race be- 4 fEg. especially' laughable, -.probably du '-tp-.tW lactVtlat case one ot ..'-1 3 Vi aau Jl i virp HAD Yotk Kabler up, in the in ,g." i.- ing" drink. FIRSTVpyEN- The, double skid race was the first .event and'uicliided, three entries. The in the 'and ''-'was about. ,a mile. ,around? The" t'oweis pulled. a quarter 'mile, rouniei! a'bupytand finished, at ei, c vu-..u be looted for in "all future treats. .The.Summary.- and G." Horn v C. E' lock and C. Price. Men's''.tandem. R. Crawford O.', Crawford; 2nd, Wade and T. C. Ridpath. KV'r.'i A. Tilting C. RIdpatb and J. Sherlock; 2nd grounds.. First Cincinnati Philadelphia. e 'parilionl- The' Horoei brothers 'had' no, trouble jn 'fitting 'the first lop's, steady 'and strong strokes, their competitors us- '6ig a shorter, n.'ore tiring, stroke." TANDEM :'CAXOE RACE The .finish canbe_race 'a" close 'bne. -'.The course Crawford Urbthcrs rounding" the bnoy a_ hall their T adversaries. tive.beea mT3e in a- .ttis Weti'Cliuv the" paddlers held moii Y- if. la r.T.l il" ____ 'ai' ip.rl "s Podger'; 2nd, R. A., !.'Crawford. skiff But Cafr.' B. Cblsholm arid D. 2nd, Hudson's Bay 2nd G. Crawford.' 01.1 000 11 1 200 110 7 "Ames and Clarke; Alexander and Kill.lfer. Second game: rinrinnati'.. 300 300 12 000 Z 7 Scaton, Mayer TAKE NOTICE- "CLOSE HARD BATTLE took the'first of the series from Brooklyn hard battle, 4 ;.to. 3, the visitors.losing' the lead sev-_ enth, only'to regain it fo the eighth., Pitts'burg 12 0 International Buffalo Zfjj'pob 005r- 7 10" 0 Montreal 3 7 ,0 JamieEon, Beebe aodjstcphens; Me Graynor. llnlllcaiii and Burns. Rochester OOfl'201 lOCff.4 7 'Joronlo.....OSO.100 o 6 Kecfo and "Brown 'an semis. Providence 6 12-' 2 Tfrnaik Lafltte and Barger and Me- %'r m and the rad i Eveiytfiing Balk Balj'when Pitcher Dropi Sphere With. on Bite i.i--' landei ll.l''i, (f North ficep- leadjn'a Jr i 'i.-hed-wkh. mixed.' tandem 'c'aboe afforded .Now 'York, July of tbe Katlonal League; today seat the.fpllbwlng notice to managers: umpires have Wen instruct- ed [ti> enforce rule 34, tec lion fol- with one or. more runnefa on "the- Bases, the by acci- dent or Intent) drops ibe ball.'while in the'act of delivering same to bats- ._ Simon, Coie- altimore .1 .'Ofltft'S efsey City (KM) WV 1 Cotttell and and Blah-. amusement and was- f it- i" the "act of delivering sftme to bals- eiiedlf close race.'.'R-rA. .Craildrd man, or In throwing to first when oc- fi' umpire i I', r -i I d the or roo teqf-tlit'litirf Winnie --1-'' i j.iiUr :n 6ne ir play.crB ol the saw tie'two Craw- "toH tit'contest, R. ,A...suc- 'h tatkiDg ife ''boys' from A THRILjiISQ -SET-TO ;'erent RWpath tasne- rto.Wd "COMPLETE-THem TOUR OF. L'AND !OF. July, Winona 9, WittiiKgi St Paul Dultth 1. St. Paul 0. Min- neapolis 2, :Vinne 4, .Virginia Forks _1. Fit -Rite arid i Blsley, July. are the individual Canadian scores at tie first stage' for th'e Macklnnon'Cup, 15 ebols at Privite Denholmii, ,79th Regiment 64'; Staff Sergeant Hawley 80th ReglmenC. Winnipeg, 53; Lieut Steck, Truro, N. 65; Private Macphcrspn, 18th .Regi- Stellar N.' 57; Sergeant Oiitnaus, ,43rd He'glmont, Ottawa, 64; C'apuln 30th Regiment; Guclph bnl, Private. Hawkins, High- landcri, .Toronto, 70; StAft Sergeant Free" '.mlllon, "6i-T Vfc- J '..of 0., Yict( i 2nd Q. Vancouver Victoria' 0. Portland 14, Seattle 7.'. Spokane '4, Tatoraa 3 Pacific'- Coast Sacramento OaWand 0. Sacra menlo 5, Oakland1 0. 3, Aogflcs 0. Otlawa 4, Kamiltoa. 8.' Berlin 3. Uniioa St. ThomMi.'.V.; i j; today, when i i whicVgaalf r i were: .'Fan-o'w'14, Morrison Rtij v 'Dr. Wood 23, BaggarL-22; Mc'Taggart 16, Dr. OurroT 30; Tom Rejile 23, Willlanison 14; Knowjes __ BEST Of the leaders at. this stage G; mada 71 'and Somera Abraha- For 71'aod Anderiou 70. dnnntindion N E A L 3 DAY LIQUOR CURE Th-lnnW Ciliary 'IS Rfoidvay, Ki-i Wbn't Have Any Troubl taising the fte prices we are asking lor our goods, so be on early GHIGE I e 4065th Street The Man ;