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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 2-1, 1010 THE LETHHmnGU DAILY HERALD PAGE THRKK The first for thc champion- liip ot the Ini'iT city rhurch tcimhj courta played on Friday in men's Ingles, and resulted an follows: 11, Guess 8. Ejtupiord, 11, Aird G. Murray 11. Cubblulick 5. Tuumki, H, Kendall S. lirvrnner 11, Bradenburi; G. M. Dansworlb iuiwurth 11. Gamer, for tonight at 7 o'clock arc i u, Louji. eioufurd vs. L. Duusworlh, and Ra-1 Cincinnati .'.'.'.35 worth vs. Brynincr. BASEBALL SCO.RES Brooklyn Boston..... [Philadelphia Nov.- York j Pittsburg NATIONAL ..48 ..44 .43 32 S3 35 44 42 42 4S 54 AMERICAN .000 N'ow York .571 j .557 I Cleveland .40'i (Washington ,4S1 (Chicago..... ...50 ...48 ...40 37 "7 30 30 40 .449 jEt. Louie .303 run for Brooklyn. Chicago. July hpcakar's i p-mii part in keeping Cleveland in tliu Anicr- Brooklvn lean league pennant raco in nhovm in tho prints! here today. In- dins gamer, played last Wednesday eaker inereased his; Latt'.nj: average to and icitds the .hl'.terr, of hie SATURDAY GAMES League Leaders Win Two cbui-g. July detcat- jd in both ot today's games, I the first 7 to 1 and the r.c'cond ;i to 2. 7 13 1 1 S 1 Kantiehnar, Philadelphia SATURDAY OAME3 Wi.-.c for Yanks New York, July York de- feated St. in the :.ecor.d game of to have been a deuble- iin 15 inningo. I'toltor kept tho liilc i header, 1 to 0. The firtt saac was 'scattered iu the fivut came, '.vhilc on of wet grounds. jKantlehncr woo hit hard In the Crst Shawkey excelled Davenport in n two innings. In the same battle, it.; New York pitch- pats, Infield iinglcs and a .iacrJ-icr hoidins hir oppoiiccie to four lice flv in the nftcenth scored the wln.iA great running catch by OMrinrrj 'saved him in ths eighth. St. "Louis............... 0 4 01 Now York 1 7 Oj Davenport ar.d Sevcreid; Sh-v.'key and Xuuaiaaker. Split Boston. July j -and Detroit Eplit a doubie-hea.dei'. Do .troit the, Srn 4 to 3. and Eos RACE MATINEE THIS WEEK V'f. IfJ FOR WEDNESDAY HOLIDAY FIVE RACES ARE ON CARD Lar.t v.eck old Obiter pluviuc we-nt on 'the rampvj..; and put ths openihtj race matinee ci" the sea- son on the fclink. Cat trie promot- ers arc ylad the tarrr-crs got ihj rain ind are going ID s'.asc tr.j meet on the WcdnesJsy afternoon holiday this The rr.cst has wjll adver- tised this time, srrJ the Mc- Clain and other horsi-o corn- ing in there should fcc plenty of excitement. Homer i: a v.'iiole chow in himctMf. He hac appeared here at the fair mccio, and his bij ia'-t year have marked hi" ?.s on3 of the- h'jot. will be thriie 'fornsse races and two for runr.era in mak- ing program plctny long c.-iough. The race- be off at Local hive been connect- ed with rising for a lonj tiir.o will handle the meet. A number cf Raymond horses are Gxpootcd and quits a crowd from the south line slic'-ild ta en hand. PlttBburs............ I-fcfi'er and JlcCarty; Cooper nnd YViU-on. Second Brooklyn............ 3 BURPETT From the Grassy Late Gazette) league in total with 1G3 and in; pittsburg rune scored with Cheney, and Miller; Ma-i Cobb is ahead in stolen bases with j manx, Mitier and Schmidt. 38, Kiddie Cellini in sacrifice with Rcis win fo, Matty ?2, in lionie runs with eight and Dotroit in club batting with .225. Tho leading batl ere have played in at least halt the games ot the club are: Cou'j C'oio to Jackrcn er, Cleveland, .350; Jacfcon. Chk-src, .SCO: Cpbb. 1'Ctroit, .357; Burns. Detroit. Boston Shotton, St. Louis .204; ker', New Vork. .203; High, Nc .2SS; Gtnink. Philadelphia, .234; Thom- as. Boston, .353. Leading pitchers tor 15 games. Earned ,tor, thc ,_ lo tllrco j JIIQV have tali tajger to rijhi In the ninth scopci i cuau-actr Itsru JSurns v.-hat proved '.o le the v.'in There has been paid Cincinnati, Bv bunching ining tally In the game. In '.h'-i. cheques by Flo. aad Son liiu: In the iixtli inning, which or ;Se r.ontcr.t Lewis, iota! ijayiiB agonic :or the Surdctt lied four runs rjncinnali ivon from jrobbo.l Cobhfi? a thrce-iiaie hit by get-, clovatch, frca Nov. 1 I'jly 15, 1910. here today 4 to 2. Chal- tlag his driv- ta lei" with one hand Mr. Bird, the short he n alive. Jeph Rcss received a letter froai i en Weiinccday, June i mesa pitched good ball up to the sixth JEEainst thc score when in that inning cyery man on the First local team faced him, while Rousch Detroit....... cainc up twice, striking out both times BoEtc-n....... j thc last time with the bases lull. i Mitchell and McKeo; Shore Mays i Philadelphia........... 9 0 Tester and Cady. Cincinnati -I 10 1 i Second game- Chalmers and Kellifer; Moseby and.Detroit............... 0 1 Winso. i Boston 1 I which tlie writer states he was in the leg and is now in thc He that "he war, Y knocked out ol Usiuess he day bcrore loilist church, lino to Q d Eow DCOn an ir.. ;the McthcdiEl Maps.'. I-'.o has the Last mato o, tor completed. -t.r.d ol doc_ M, to have to ?0 I'prciCicr needed In ill'j v.-jst. ;rcnl acvjov.. Won Lost Cullop, Xeiv York Morton, Cleveland Mays. Boston........ P.ur.seil. Chicago...... Eoi.ton......... Fab.rr, Chicago S. Coveleckic. Cleveland Wiilian-.c., Chicago Johnson, Y.'ashington Cardinals Bea'; Boston Jaaer, Dubuc. and Leonard, i i- St. LouiG, July Louis' lead of iand :.nd Tlioraas. six runs was too much for Boston to i Senators Win in 12th 1 en i overcome and thc locals here to-1 15 _ j day, 6 to 4. F.agan and Barnes allow- linsaiith'rdcuWe "in "the Durdott for years. Clyde Bell, tho EOT Ichnd J.P., i: j to be tiiG manager of thc stcre i BLACKLIST MAY SE UNFRIENDLY ed four hits each. 2.1S 1.E5 2. -A 1.0' 2.04 i 12th inning enabled to beat Chicago, 2 to 1. thn fourth iocal I St. Louis Boston............... 4 6 1 cf reacs. Chi- j Doak and Conzales; P.agan, Barnes, ln ,v'0 cn MarphVE ,7; Nehf and Gpwdy. rn .Inly oa; Lo. of nearly one firms Qcicj ia thc GRASSY LAKE j United Stato.5, under the terms of the {From thc and Co Cooclyaar S.crvice J. Station Dealer advocates Goodyear Accessories be- cause they arc tire savers. He knows that they Vvill add mileage to your tires. He is anxious to have your tires give you greater mileage, for that is part of Good- year Service. So he recommends a Tire-Saver Kit-'-cvcrything to repair tires when on the road. He ruts your wheels in alignment; he tell-; you frankly whether ail old tire is worth an Inside Protector will add to its mileage; he v.-iil supply you witli Goodyear Tire Putty, to fili dangerous tread cuts. He will do all iu his pou-er to help you make your defi'eaced tirc-coit-per-inilc offset your increased gasolhic-cost- pcr-mile. MAOEtFN CANADft' TIRE 'ACCESSORIES ETZIKOM HAS BALL TEAM EtsP.iom, July ball team euro soing some. As Jav.-n McGrawSdid, hammered Porritt for a five bunt, filling tho bases _.._ would F.av, MM have, r.lruclv a natural! one victory over New" York today, sacrifice fly scored J-Toeller with Bait. Our last victims were Bull Head in great Corra and except; ;h. anO Butto and Conciuervilie. A game is icing arr'angL.-l v.'lth Burdctt. This be played at Foremost. Wo re-1 cciveJ a raro ccmplimcntXoday when from 3-Iedicinc j in the fourth, had the Giants at his mercy. Chicago.............. 5 0 1 New York............. 2 f- 1 Vaughn and Perritt Sallse, Hat Yes 'wo will play. And be tho Schupp and P.ariden! -esuli what it will, thc Hat will agree QAMES Rudclph Rings the Gong VaEhingtoa............ games postponed, rain. "S K thc, Bm.-ier arrives. SUNDAY GAMES I Mrs. E. E.iKuss -.via in torn placed a blacklist have rcsulto tile removal cf ihslr aauics. CANADA DRINKING'LESS LIQUOR; Otti'.va, July s cos-! Eurnptic-n of alciclic drop-; from a srallori per capita to 1.7-15 per capita in' the es'cai yc.i- Just -today by thc mlana int. The of tobiccc- BIG ED. KIFPERT 13 CLOUTING THEM HARC! Spokane, July rush of Ed. .ippen. chronically a slow starter, to-1 ward thc top ill the chase for the Nort-ssvcctcrn league batting Icader- iihip, is the feature of thc last week. A year ago Ed had the same trouble getting under way, and. in fact, drew a discharge from the Seattle- payroll...... because he did not deliver for the' 1m-'took Ao.last patient Dugdale and Seattle fans. But .e-of tlio scries from jGould, Kiepfer end Daly. Cincinnati here today 8 Alex- A Wiord andcr kept tho hits well scattered the local were hit hard. 13 bones, how he did go! He is at his same old trick this year, and raid the iPi'-iiaaeipraa......... way ho has been going lately Johnson i Cincinnati and Bigbec better out. Kip- Alexander and KHiuer; Sehufe, Kne.- pert is .now. battinj .327 tor Butte to Johnson's .33-! and Eigbcc's .358. j Chieaso. -July THIS IS RICH "ihitr. oft Eenton and Anderson, easily Amsterdam, via London, July Posters nave pasted on the walls barracks in Gheat siiting that ne- gotiations have been opened between tho United States and Germany for thc evacuation of Belgium, according lo Echo Beige. According to the post- ers Germany is prepared to withdraw j from .Reigium on thc payment of an ndcmnity ol" M.OOO.OfiO.CSO marks. Thc Echo Beige comments sarcastically on this proposal, terming tho proposed in- demnity, "a mere Goa. Detroit, July defeated j Detroit 12 to fl today in tho wildest. J wlerdest game played hero'in cade. Chicago aiade 20 Kits and j used five twirlcrs. thc Tigers obtain-; noon tlus'flngcrs of-Us-lott haad. ctlll has one fco'. in good condition. 'contract Amounts to about; PURPLE OPRIN3E (Frca1. the Grassy Lake Gar.ctte) Mr. Corille of the Farmers' Elevat- 0 C' BASEBALL TONIGHT zer, Toney and Culre .go Bcnion, Anderson, and Cher, Brown and Fischer. ed la safe driver, tut had four m, heic ltti for former homo la W. battered. 'Ness was the star slugger on week. }-Ir. Gray, ot with two singles, two doubles and a I I1" filling'his-place. bunched j triple in six times at bat. Cuiieago. SENATOR REBUKED FOR INTERFERING IN C4.SEMENT APPEAL Washington, July Sen- j .tar Marimt today arain pressed his A Phone 554. NO' other gwies scheduled. A baseball game has been arranged for tonight between Knox Juniors and St. Patrick's juniors. This will take place at I the Barracks grctinds tonight at C- 1 7 o'clock. Keeping Cool and Happy. is eas-y for the man knows what to eat. Keep cool and com- fortable 'eating Shredded Wheat ..Biscuit with fresh fruit and green vegetables. Make Shredded Wheat your meat durirjg the sultry days. It real body- building nutriment than meat or eggs. Serve with berries, or sliced. bananas or other fruits. PACIFIC COAST SATURDAY Portland 9, Salt 5. Oakland 4, Los Angeles, 3. Vernou S, San Francisco 4. SUNDAY GAMES Morning game- Oakland 7, Lon Angeles 1. Afternoon Oakland 2, Los Angeles 6. Portland Salt LaKe S. Morning ganie 0 ba" 4 Afternoon .gainoT- A ernon 5 ban Fiandsco 6 NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Spokane, 3, Tacomai'V Orcat Falls, 4, Seattlo 3. yancouvor 11, Butte ;2.. SUNDAY GAMES' First Seatile, 1, Great Palls' 0. Second Seattle, 2, Great Falls 3, Vancouver, 0, Butte S. First Taeorna 2, Spokane 1. Second samer- Tamoca 7, Spokane 1. SUNDAY GAMES First Minneapolis, Columous 1. Second Minneapolis 11, Coiarabus 4. First Kansas City, 1, Louisville 0. Second Kansas City 9, Louisville C. First Milwaukee, 5, Indianapolis 9. Second 3, Indianapolis 7. -First St. Paul 3, Toledo 2. Second game- St. Paul 6, Toledo 7. PATRIOTIC ACRE PLAN Mocso July grain n on ti e land set aside by thc Grain Growers' Association .of Saiki- tooo, known as the patriotic acre scheme, is now baing ground In a local mill, and whea completed will :produco tho huge total of pounds of flour, or SO carloids, loaded at the minimum. Made in Canada INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES Firtt Ridimond.'2. ACV.'ark 3. Second Richmond 2. Newark S. Baitiniore at .fairi. No others JUDGEMENT RESERVED .IN-KELLY'S APPEAL Winnipeg, July was reserved in tho Kcliy roBerve case, which was concluded yesterday. An appllcatiou bail, in- tho event ol! a now trial being allowed, was. made on behalf of the prisoner by H. Hart- ley Dowart, K.C. Chief Justice Hovvell said he preferred to consider that question after dealing with tho general Issue. At least a week and probably .a longer tirae, will elapse before judg- Chief rendered. Justice Howoll intimated that, in his opinion, the accused should HICH SIVER (From the Times) R. H.'. mayor of Dov.' i with Xr. and Mrs. j WertE aod, their two -sous laatorcd up to Cayley, anil snent the. week end v.-ilh Mr." and Mrs. J. -W. Campbell and other friends. i .Claud -M. Miller, ol .Piacher 'Creek, wlio has been employed the liar t'cv.- weeks, was arrested o.i Sunday by the R.N.W.M.P., on.a war- rant for stealing a horse at Pincher Creek. He was taken .back to Macleoa j for trial. j Mies :McLccd, who is leaving town j oc August.1st for Ottawa, has secured the .position of head operating nurse in., the Ottawa Protestant hospital. j A-flQost distressing accident oecured ott'Wcancsday, July 12, to Miss Licla StoaVjAhs eight year old daughter o! Mrs. C. W. stout, uf Frank-. burg. In company her sisters Eho was returnins home from school In her little cart, when the joay began I to kick viciously, and struck her on the head, inflicting very serious in-. juries., Aid was immediately sum-j she taken at once lo thoiflisji.River hospital, where every-! was dbne to save her lifo'.'.Shn died on Friday, July U, from fracture'of tho. skull. BOW ISLAND (From thc Review) Thc Lothbrijlge Herald statos this I week that Capt Rev. A. .0. -.Wiltons, J who .figured so prominently in dis-; tihle-aso, and who was at-first -rsporied is now report-! ei! a prisoner at GutUirsiob. The Rev-1 iew, has been Informed that j word has been received by the South- j era- Alberta at Cardston, from one of its members-at- the front, that i Rev. Wilkons was killed by a shell. In i not'havo hsen. found guilty of theft-Ills letter to J6ph or.d of in connection with Geb.Shanton alto-alludes; fo tha death the same trar eo. anon ao-s i oi.Mr, AHoi'ether it AT THE AjEiicidtural Association Grounds O MATISEE PS06RAM. (a) FREE FOB ALL PACE Mile Heats, 3 in 5. ENTRIES: Homer Mack, Garland Mack, trial.time; Baldue. STTART AT O'CLOCK GrBilEX EACE Trot or Pace YziMilb Heats, 2'in 3. ENTRIES: Prohibition; Nick Carter; Reuben. Kirk; Dick Wells, Jno. Fuurman 'Mile Dash, open-to all comers. BOYS' PONY RACE a Mile Heats, Open to aU. (b) PACE OR TROT V Mile Heats, best 3 in 5 ENTRIES: Pathfinder; .0. U. W.; Subboa; AI-, leen Dillon. Horses Coming from Raymbntd and Magratn Admission: 25e GEANI) .'STAND .FREE. VEHICLES FREE ENTRIES TO ;BE MADE ON THE GROUNDS AT SECRETARY'S OFFICE, Q.ty. HATCH, ACT. SEC. I ;