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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRCT YOU SHOULD VOTE NO 1. Every banker in Lethbridge opposes the proposed liquor act. It will affect you before it will affect the banks. 2. Not one man in Alberta will say that it was prohibitory law which compelled him to adopt temperate habits. 3 Prohibition has never bailt up a city or inhabited a country. 4 The greatest prosperity Alberta ever enjoyed was under our present liquor act. We know that we can enjoy prosperity again under oVpretent law, but the outcome of the proposed liquor act is questionable. 5. It is a well-known fact that prohibitionists will immigrate to Licensed Territory, but anti-prohibitionists will not immigrate to Prohibition Territory. be the best The wHcH th. Peep, of Province Have to decide our a. friends the day after tomorrow, and we will all be pulling together, M Act is far better from anv standpoint than the proposed Liquor Act. Our present The evidences have Not so with the proposed Liquor Act, It has many objectiona'ble Liquor Act, while it may not be perfect, may be remed led n U on mus be submitted to a vote of the people in order to remedy the many defects in it-a very slow This is one very serious is made by dire, Ration. It fhe.propoaed Liquor Act absolutely has no as leverage without violating'anv of the provisions of the proposed Liquor Act. On the other of the province and have any liquor sh ipped to ILL to obtain liquor It is unlawful for any one to give or to sell to such a person liquor -V one to 3upply liquor ot any kind to a boy under yeara of for him to consume Hquor of "-JJJ-J ttat there are some hotel keepers who are not Bear this point in mind-it Is not a good reason to vote for there aretlso men in other lines of business of a similar calibre. The present hotel accommo- The proposed Liquor Act absolutely has no provisions compelling anyone to VOTE NO! TEAM IN BOTH TILTS Milk Warner Mid Strike baseball teams defeated h'rc jcsterdav in games with the Milk Rnei club Strike went doun in the af- Herno'on by a score 1. Warner was defeated in the evening by a score of 5 to 1. This is Warner's first de'Cat BATTERIES First game Miller and Staller, Jlilk River and TetzloB, Lucky Strike Second game and Stailer, Milk River; Berg and Lukei, War- ner The pitching of Hunt was a fea- ture of the two games. ROVERS. NOTICE The 'Rovers are -having A practice game with, the S O B tonight at the and the following players are requested to turn, up for the hoi era at 6 45 sharp Strip at the CoHier Kane and Watts, GiHee hie, McKie and Irwin; Jones, David- pon, Knoi, Holland and McDonald Washington nere going lAo ahojse on fire Saturday and Sunday Sour victories in succession Is going some Jor the Senators Walter Johnson iras sent in as anmcn, hitter and ivas there with ffic necessary tangle that dirt the trick Walter seems to be a rather handy chap for -the Sena- tors, San Francisco, July E.. McLoughlin, winner of the Pana- ma-Pacific singles championship, had so great difficulty in deraatlug R Notris Williams of Harvard and hold or of the national ditto in a match today at the California Lawn Tennis club. Scow, 6-r-i, TBe two had not met in the exposi- tion because of Williams' elimination by 0. E. Griffln of Sad Fruncisco. It-was a climax to. .a series, ..pi. matches b'etween the ieast and'..west. The west won the tournament bj a Jive-to one score.. Williams took first set with ease, serving aces, on McLougUm several times McLough Ira recovered after the first set and bj brilliant plaj ing took the next three sets and tne mateh Donn Mathey Princeton dcfi-aM Thwnas of Lee Angeles after fiTe hard sets had besn playnl. Math- f) was the only Invader to take a match from the westerners. Score, Some excellent tennis uas display- ed when W M of Hariard and John R. Strachan of San Fran- cisco clashed. Strachan outplayed.his opponent in every way and won the match Or. M. Church, of Princeton, was seen at his best today, plajv ing being excellent Wilhain Johnston of San Francisco, defeated him, kow ever, after an uphill fight. Score, 6-1, 4-fi, S-4, Y.M.CA. CAMP "KAMP KOOTENAIE" WATERTON LAKES July 26th to Aug. Sth A REASONABLE VACATION Entire Expense tf Trip Seniors f 13.00. Boys under 17 Usually the first camping trip de Raymond, Alia, Julv 19-Tie iwJ cidcs what to take on the featuie of the Pioneer Da> cole IW fCW.l n.liinT, -n.ill iha Vlold in reveals how things, providing they are things, one really needs to be right cqm- j bration, which wil held in Ray fortable m camp i-xperience onl) can determine what should be taken to camp The old M C 4 campu wishes to give the. new camper the result tit his experience and advises him to pack the following in a can- vas bag.. Winter .pajamas, heavy un- derwear, extra flannel shirts stockinjs, bathing and gym suits, .running shoes, comb and brush, soap and towels, handkerchiefs, heavy sweater, extra trousers, pillow case, Bible, granite cup and' deep plate, knife, fork' and spoon. The following arc not essential but very desirable Camera, pocket flash- light fishinc outfit, musicabinstru- ment, needle" and thread, baseball out- fit, collapsible drinking cup, belt axe, safety- pips, 1 inch and .4 inch, a canvas or rubber sheet about' 4 by feet It is important that the campor take plent) of bedding, as it is cold in the mountains at night time, heavy doi ferred. A-ll -boys mond, ttjuly. 24, will be the racing pro- gramme at the Victoria Park course The committee in charge have draft- ed an unusually attractive card, and are offering generous purses. Horses are expected from almost every town in the.south, not to mention a full string from here. The race program follows: Ladies'- Quarter-Mile, free for J10.00. Three-quarter-Mile, free for 126.00; Half-Mile; Jo.OO. Three-eigliths-MIle, J20.00; 510.00. Half-Mile boys' pony Three-horse J10.00. Walk, trot and Weaving Quarter-Mile saddle horse 1500, SI'50 There Will also be other, features of BASEBALL NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn Chicago St. Louis New York Piltsburg Boston Cincinnati W. 41 U 42 38 39 31) 33 Pet. W .513 .531 .500 .494. .481 .476 .431 Pott-sburg.......... 0 Brooklyn 3 Kantlehener .and Gibson Rucker and MAler. Cincinnati 1 Boston t Toney and. Wined Kuaoipn ana (rowdy Chicago.............. 4 Philadelphia 5 Standrirfge and Bresna- han Maver, Alexander and Killiier, SI Louis I vevv 'lork 4 Meadows, Robinson and Snydcr TesreaUj Stroud and Dooin. ;nc mountains ai nigm Thgre wlll be otner feature douUe blankets are pie- Bpeclai mtereBt on the programme oys who are doing to the. mpuhne he held in AMERICAN ferred. All -hoys who are doing to the.ploneer be held in the YMCA camn at Wateton Lakes mornmg, at which-tales of-the old are requested to pack their blankets j ,n the ill pieces marl i which-tales of the old in mo Aest will be totii in mpn separateh anil have all pieces mark med them William ed, and also to -near a strong ,or centuty has been a able suit of heavy sound I plllar ln will an shoes and stockings address. There >wi'il-be a parade also, depicting the pioneers crossing the plains, and subsequent growth of the Mormons' in the valleys of the mountains. Altogether Raymond -wilL hold a Fach hov will canr to camp two "boy-sized" lunches, raincoat, .or overcoat, and a good disposition. All campers will meet at the C P R. station on" Monday, ..July 36th, at 3 W p m to get tlieir baggage check- ed. Take your baggage with you-to the station ftraarms will be al lowed in as it is against the park regulation's festivities The ing hojs are going to cwrp this year with the intention of living up to the camp motto "Do vour bit Donald Marshall, Did Rilej, man Higinbotliarh, .Terence Horne, Brjon Home, Arthur Mcllvena, Ech hn Kaake, Oro Williamson, Willie Rose, Evans, Milton Hicks, real good celebi ation, prov iding the weather poimits and the dance in tne evening in the Opera House vu'1 form a fitting conclusion for tne Gco Joe Reid, Percv and Irwin, John Marrs, Ralph THIS SPEAKER HITTING BALL FOR THE RED SOX Boston Red Sox are teaming the American League, pulling the Chic- ago White from the top posi iMupu tion The gieat outfielder Tns Rodoi, Speaker, has had his slugging bat VanHaarlom, Norman McLeod working overtime latelj, with the The seniors who have lined up are result that the Red faox. haie been A Kane, A Mclcod, A Ca.r, H. Adams, H. C. Parrott, J. Thomp- son. There is room for five senior campers iii the outfit, and also a lew gradually forging to the front, only to grab the premier position A >ear ago last March, Tns signed a con tract with owner Lannin, calling for moli per season tor two seasons II be as well to re-IHo ,lso got bonus that mind the above that all camp fees are pas able at the M C A office on or before one o'clock on Jiilj Wrd Sir Thomas Lipton has been made a Grand C.onimandcr of tkc Saint Sava This is the highest Ser- bian decoration ever conferred foreigner. contract expires in October, and then comes-the time that Tns will have to get in line for next jear Tris is anxious to gel another tat contract and his chances appear exceedingly bright the way he has been pounding the ball lately Should the Red Sot win the pennant Tns will get a ton ttact and ttsre will oe no reduction. Boston. Chicago Detroit New York Washington St Loui- Philadclphia Cleveland 51 53 51 43 32 29 L 29 32 31 40 41 52 52 Pet. 6SS 621 .622 .512 .494 395 .358 .350 Boston 6 Chicago 4 Collins, Leonard and Carngan Scott, and Schalk Philadelphia 6 Detroit 12 Haas, Dauss and Lapp and lIcAvoy', Duhur, and Stanage. Washington 11 Cleveland 4 Johnson, Utrock and Ainamth, Hngerman, Jones, Coumhe and O'- Neill New lork 10 St Louis 3 Caldwell and Nunamaker Hamil- ton. Kolb, Cook, James and1 Agnew anil Ruol. Second game- New 'ioik 4 St Louis 1 Fisher and Sweeney and Kunamak- er Loudermilk, A, Siler, Hamilton and Ruel AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus 1 St Paul Cleveland 0 Minneapolis 4 Louisvillr 7 Milwaukee 4 Indianapolis-Kansas Citv, postpon ed, grouhds. NORTHWESTERN 'V iitoria 4 Scatde Aberdeen 4 'Tacoma Spbkdiie V VAcouvit FEDEEAB Buffalo............... 3 Pittsburg 2 Beilient and Allen Knetzer and Berry. Baltimore.......... 8 St. Louis 6 Johnson, Suggs and Jacklitsch, Groom, Herbert anil Hartley. 5 Chicago........11 Seaton, UphanvMarion -arid Land and IT. Smith; Black and Fisher. Newark-Kansas City, rain. INTERNATIONAL Richmond.......... 3 Harrisburg 5 Providence......... 4 Jersey City 2 Toronto............. 3'Buffalo 5 Rochester.......... 8 Montreal .7 Second Rochester 8 Montreal..... 6 Called on account of rain. GEORGE GOULDING READY TO MEET 'FRISCO CHAMP Toronto Walker Will Not Ally Him- self With New York Club Toronto, Ont, July George Goulding 'settled all humors to the effect that he was going to ally himself with the New York Ath- letic club this morning, by announc- ing that he would be glad to meet the winner at the Pacific Coast, ex- hibition in Toronto. _ Manager El- wood Hughes, qt the Toronto Exhibi- tinn Athletic committee, has assured- Goulding that if he can possibly make, arrangements for a match :lie.-will biing the best man in the IWMd States here to walk the .world's cham- pion during the exhibition Goulding proved a great attraction some sears ago when he in Webjb and Lamed, the English title holders. THIS MAN IWFIWW1 '.'V" Go to his place, have him attach Dualop I 'PeerlaSl toydiS btSotoTand thin pm, HUB lyourfeitrKewlejiieTof tion will cost you Fifty Ceats.1 _ Once you wear Dunlop Heels, you'll nevSir have1 pair of boots or shoes without iKcm.' Also maken 'of the famoiM HEEL4 Ounlop Rubber Made in J Olftto, TORONTO ;