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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUUUY. JULY tlllf; .1111'; LKTIIIJHIIHih i PAGE THREE BASEBALL SCORES AMERICAN NATIONAL Won l.nst irookiyn iOBtull Miihiclolphia Chicago v York PHlsljuri! St. Louis Cincinnati 32 34 43 .558 i Won 5.1 48 slmmtmi Lost 37 :ts "Big Once Red Rookie, Goes Back To Manage Tribe CELEBRATE JULY Matty Drops First Don-oil St. Unlis I'hllaclelphi Senators 'ir> 411 Errors Pel. .580 .571 .508 .517 .232 -in .IS) 47 1 M Lost WitaliliiKtoit, -July 21.--Washington I rincinnuti July Ala-Hiounded Scott for 17 hits today but, thu'wson in his Unit appearance as was beaten by Chicago 7 to i> because malinger of thc Hods, saw his team tiejol1 live costly he .score in tho ninth inning. With ivo men on bases Housch Washington 11 1 17 f, Ayres ScotI mid Hehalk; Dunioiit, ami Henry. Gandil Heavy Clouter Philadelphia. July 21. Cleveland bunched nine of Its twelve hits ol'f INahon: in three innings today and won bringing in thc two necessary to .ie lho score, but iu trying to score :ho winning run was caught al tlio >lule. relieved Schneider in ihe 10th and after Stock and Good had singled. Whitted reached tirst on an _ error, fining the bases. Kiietzer then from Philadelphia 7 to 2. Gandil led gassed forcing Stoek across jai. the but with {linns singles in four :he iilate. Good then scored on an field out. KMUfer doubled in the see- iml inning with three men on bases. Philiulelphia.......... fi 13 1 IMneinnati............ 4 I Rfxey and Killlfur; Schneider. KneL- zer aiiff Wingo. Herzog Wins for Giants Chicago, .Inly single by Ilor- zog, who joined I ho Now York club today, won for the Giants a hard- LOUKht game from UK; flubs, 2 to 1. In the fifth Packard passed Tesrcau. UurnH produced his third single, Do vie Itit a sacrifice fly ;tml Herzog drove a safe one to left. The Cubs had men base every inning but were able to connect but once. New York............ 2 8 H Chicago.............. G l Tcsreau ami Kariden; Packard, La- vender and Fischer. Ames Weakens; Boston Wins St. Louis. July weakened In the eighth inning and was pounded for a home run.-a-triple and a single, gave Boston two runs and the game here today, 4 to 3. Hornsby is credited with having marie the longest :iit, n home run, ever seen at the St. Louis park. Boston.............. St. Louis............. s 1 Tyler. Hughes anil Gowdy; Ames, Williams and Gonzales. Rnin Spoils Mamaux Day Pittaburg, -Tilly game be- tween Brooklyn and Pittsburg was ailed off on account of rain in the ist part, of the fourth inning here today with the score 3 to 2 in favor ot" the latter Today was Mamaux day and friends of Um Pirate pitcher pre- sented him with'a diamond pin: Cleveland 7 11 Philadelphia.......... 2 7 Cmimbi! and Daly; Nalmrs Aleyers, Can-oil. SI. Louis al New York, rain. Detroit at boston, rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Evans Minneapolis S; Columbus 7. Milwaukee Indianapolis Paul 2; Toledo 1. Kansas City n; Louisville 1. TABER AND TRAVERS PLAY OFF TIE AT RETLAW ON JULY 26 On Wednesday next there will be 11 hot time in the old town of Retlaw, for on that date thc Tuber Crescents and the Travers pastimers moot there for a final settlement of the baseball championship of the district. Two games have been played to date, Travers taking the first but Taber win- nlng tho second game played last week. The game on the 26th is for Dioofl and spectators will get their money's worth. .j. PACIFIC COAST Vernon lit; Sun Francisco 4. Oakland 5; LOB Angeles 1. Portland 6; Salt Lnlio 13. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 13; Butte 8. Spokane 10; Taconm 5. Great Falls 1; Seattle 3. CHRISTIE MATHEWSON INTERNATIONAL Baltimore -1 Newark 5. 1 Buffalo 6. llichmoml-Proviilynce, rain. Toronto-Rochester, wet grounds. NORTHERN Superior 4; Winnipeg 0. Fargo 3; rmluUi 1. ROOCERS ,N UNASSISTED TR.PLE Makes Great Play Against Salt Lake in Second Inning Cincinnati, July an ab- sence of Id years. (Hiring which timn as a member of tlie New York Giants, he made a reputation as being the pre- mier pitcher oi' proiessioual baseball, Christie Mathewson returned here yesterday to manage the Reds, thc team that allowed him to slip through .its fingers without a trial. I With Mathewson came two of his [teammates, Outfielder Rousch n; Iu j fielder IMcKechnie, while New. York i obtained the services of Charles Her- Uog, manager of the local team for the Mast two years, and who, incidentally, I was a member of the Giants previous iiifiiiiuiti, iind Out- ?.r. While the deal involved onh the I two Cincinnati players for the three1 j New York players, only a moment (By F. C. Stoolo) Raymond, July 24th is a lay of general rejoicing among the Mormon people wherever they are oeated. from Canada on the north to Mexico on the south. The festival is 'loncsr for it on the memorable 24lli of July, 1847, that iguard nt Mormon pioneers landed In of 'he great Salt Lake, the end of their wearisome trek of n thousand miles. And what a scene of nttm- desola- tion greeted them! This land be- iween the "cold and barren" peaks of Y. M. C. A. CAMP YO-HO, SKINNY! GOING TO CAMP? This is the prevailing question amount the boys of the city, and many are proud to be able to answer in ari'inmulvn. Think of boys, twelve glorious days of a life entire- ly devoid of present day convention- alities. Fishing, swimming, boating, hikes, mountain climbs. athletic events, i-amp-firc programs, ihat IB a list of the things which go to make camp what ('amp stretch- us tho muscles, and soothes tho nerves, stirs ilia blood and clears the brain. It is a strangler of worry, an enemy of ill-health, and a mighty force in the creating of clean strong thinking in a boy. The camping ground this year at Sentinel is a beautiful spot for a hoys camp. At tho very foot' of the olorado to the ever shifting sands of nui.iestic mountains, wliose whitened .Nevada, well answered to the deserip-j peaks gleam in the summer sunshine tlon of the eminent Daniel Webster 1 the senate a few years previous: "A vast, worthless area, a region of sav- ages and wild beasts, of deserts, of whirlwinds of dust, of cactus and prairie dngH, of mountain ranges, impenetrable, and covered to their very depths with eternal snows." This was the kind of country (lie Mor- mons had sot their hand to subdue. The arrival of these- blazers of tho western trail in the storied valleys of the Rockies marked the beginning of new era and whose summits seem to challe the adventurous climher, near enough to the mountain stream to be lulled by its murmuring, close enough to lake to sit, beside your tent and wa'ch the moon transform its face into shimmering stiver as .climbs above the peaks, with LIGHTWEIGHT STRIPED MADRAS TOOKE BROS., Limited, MONTREAL MEDALS AND DECORATIONS List of Awards Made Since the War Began seen! of the pine wafted on for ilorinonism and the opening up to civilization of the ureal j g'J west. To the Mormons this new land, far away beyond the forbidding west- ern solitudes, afforded them the peace I tranquility which enabled them to plant their feet firmly and per- manently. Thus was laid the founda- tion in the west of the Mormon church and upon this base has since been reared the mighty superstructure win eh today commands the attention and respect of the whole world. As an epoch-making event in the colonization ot thu west it is without doubt one worthy of suitable com summer night, what boy, indeed, what being, who would not bo improv- ed physically, mentally and morally, with tills wonderful communion with nature, tlie opportunity for which is offered by the Y. M. C. A. camp at Sentry? Hoys, persuade your parents to let you come, it's a splendid in- s, who touched Orr on the line and beat liyan to second. CUBS AFTER REDS' TIRST BASEMAN Chicago, July Chicago Na- rtitionally. The deal was consummated at noon Thursday, after a two-hour conference between Presidents Herrmann and Hempstearl ami Manager McGraw of the Giants. The trade had been prac- tically agreed upon a couple of day: tlonals were reported today to be in York insisted upon the market for Fred Molrwitz, the Cin- :t string to Mathewson which ciimati first baseman. The Cubs, lljm to recall aitoi 'years. At the conference Hempsteid said, wish to have another riBli.U handed batter in the lineup when posed by southpaw pitching, against which Saler Is considered weak. Pre- sident Weeghmau would not confirm the report. DEL HOWARD BUYS THE OAKLAND TEAM Oakland, Cal., July E. Howard has purchased tho interest of President Frank Leavitt of the Oaks and will assume manage- ment of the club on August 1, Announcement of the deal wts au- thorized by Leavilt today. ASHBY ARROW COLLARS-NOTE THE NEW PRICE 15c. EACH 2 f or 30 cts. 6 for 90 cts. 12 for CloaH. PeabnOT Inc. Baton. SI. Johna, Qua. The Canadian Northern Railway System's gross n.-trninfis for the week ended, J.uly 7, rogisloroti a -new high record" for any-seven day period :ln the history of tho company. The to- tal was which was ail in- crease over the corresponding period a year ago of or 1.0R.1. per cent. McGraw finally agreed to allow Matliewson to become the exclusive property of the Cincinnati club. Immediately after the conference I McGraw conferred with Herzog, tlie latter agreeing to all points in thej trade and signed a three-year contract] which it. iV said, calls for the same salary that he received while manager of the Cincinnati a year. Ivy Wingo. catcher and captain of the "Reds, took charge of the team Thursday in the double header with Philadelphia, Herzog signing with j New York before the first game ajjd Mathewson siill being In Chicago. The HUth (Perth) Battalion, how at London camp, is to havn a new com- mander. Captain Young of Stratford, who has been serving with the 1st Uattalion at the front, has been re- called to take the command in suc- cession to Lieut. Col. T. G. Dclamere, who is retiring owing lo ill health. The steamer Grant W, JMorden cleared from Port Arthur for Port ___...... .AlcNicol with the largest cargo of advent of tlie Mormon pioneers those j grain ever carried on tho Great Lakes, immense stretches west of the Mis-1 amounting fo bushels of sourl river were as yet untrodden by wheat. The llonlpn is owned by white man except a few .intrepid tra- ders and trappers. Upon those tract- less wastes the sun poured its piti- less rays, burning the very brush be- neath it- 'But ferigham Young and his followers released the mountain streams on to the thirsting soil. memora tion for all time. Prior to the Canada Steamship 'Line, and was built in Port Arthur. Lieut. Dickson, 235th speaking at Cobourft, said he had re- ceived a letter from a tinun in nd Montreal asking if a place could not n LiiiiouiiB the waste places became fruitful and j be found for her sixteen year o'd bugler. His Fat wanted to go. the desert was made to blossom as the son as a i rose. Where once the rattler and thc j prisoner In lizard crawled from rock, to rock and' jthe eagle..screached over the great in- jiand sea, fertile fields and teeming flourishing towns and mod- ern cities, now mark the home of a happy and prosperous people. The story of the journey of these immigrants to the Rocky Mountains j not be told here. Today their path traversed by the main line of the. Union Pacific railway, but little does thc passenger riding .in his comfort-1 able Pullnian he is almost! passing the unmarked giaye .of isome Mormon pioneer "who perished "by the way. It is because of these facts that the posterity of fhe'se iidblc pioneers think it only proper that their notable achievements should be remembered j u least once" every year: For this i special purpose July 24th has .been set apart, and next Monday in every town in the Mormon colonies in Alberta, as j in their settlements to the south, the pioneers of '47 will be remembered and their works in the opening up of j this goodly land recounted. j Germany, and the -'coy, A desire having been expressed foi1 tin; issue of information as to the, medals which may be earned by dicrs for war service, the secretary ot the war office announces that tho medals in question 'The Victoria conditions under which this is awarded are well, known. Up to the, present date. Sd Victoria Crosses have been awarded in :tlie present war to warrant onicers, non-commissioned officers 'and The Military Cross is awarded for distinguished service in time of and may be won by warrant oflicers as well as by commissioned officers oE rank not above that of captain; 130 warrant officers have received the Military Cross up to date. The Distinguished Conduct Medal, is awarded for Individual acts of distin- guished conduct and for devotion to duty in'the field. This medal haa been earned by about warrant officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers during the present war up to date. The Military Medal, which was in- stituted some two months ago, is awarded to non-commissioned officers and soldiers for individual or.associ- ated acts of bravery in the field. About 1700 of! these have .been con- ferred up to date. The General War Medal, the issue of which is not decided until peace 'been concluded. CHARLIE HERZOG Who won the first game with New TABER PASSE3 UP SPRING COULEE DEFI NdN-INTOXICATING FATI c1 A i r1 BEER FOR SALE The Letlibridge Brewing and ialiiog Ltd. Phone 554 Tiibur, July 21. Sporting Editor, Herald: We noticed the Spring Cou- lee cluillmis'e in the Herald, and not mentioning what the sub- sfaiitml prise is, we hardly see how wo can accept with such short notice. Tabor Crescent! PEG BOWLING TOURNEY TO START ON AUG. 14 The annual Manitoba LJVWII Bowl- ing tournament will start August 14, at S p.m.. and continue for the bal- ance of that week. The election of officers will take place Ihe evening of the opening day. These items were decided at a meeting of the associa- tion held Tuesday evening in the As- jsiniboine L.iwn Bowling club. Arrangements for the annual lawn i bowling tournament. were_pnrtly made 'a ntl 'the doubles for the Porte Marklo GOOD i TASTES BETTER Fowler's Grape Cider -THE GREAT REFRESHER your Dealer" your Jobber" R. L Fowler Co. Limited. MANUFACTURERS Calgai'y iTRcgina' i.rescuiiui. V tronhy cUy championship, set. The Markle will start next, Tuesday v v v v jilt G.3Q tit all club and will. con- tinui I witli The crowning virtue of mellow fruit flavors is not all there is to delight you in ADAMS' TUTTI FRUTTl GUM The package itself is now more convenient. Each separate stick is wrapped by machinery ir. wax-paper and tin- foil. The outer wrapper of each package is a valuable coupon which you can save for Regi- mental or College Shields. there five mellow flavors to choose from. Your dealer has Tuui Frutli. ORIGINATORS till finished. Entries will close] A.. H. the Assiuiboine! lawn bowling club, at S p.m. Saturday, when the draw will be made. DOG ON TRIAL FOR LIFE Animal Ordered Killed, But Its Owner Takes an Appeal Johnstown. September term of court in this county will wit- nosa the unusual spectacle of a dog on trial for his life, -The defendant in the case will bo Rex, a bull terrier owned by former Burgess C. M. Ru'ss of Wcstinoiit. Following a hearing before Burgess Norman. Humphreys Hex wad sen- tenced, to die. B. W. Clarke, an off- icial of the Cambria company, .made jthe complaint to the effect, that Rex was of a vicious disposition and had bitten him while on the way to his borne. Burgess Humphreys found for- mer Burgess HUBS guilty of keeping a vicious dog, owner ?2 and costs and ordered tho dog to ho killed. Mr, Russ refuseil'to allow his net to be slain and he took out an appeal from the finding liurgess Hum- phreys. "Nobleman" Have you smoKed {Cigars lately? of Florsheim Shoes will convince you that real comfort and lasting serv- ice can be had in attractive styles. gives comfort because "Natural Shape" and care- fully made. L. KEEL, BTH STREET SOUTH, SOLE AGENT FOR( LETK8RIDGE 2 hours Train Journey 9 hours in the Country TRAIN LEAVES: Taber, 8 a.m. Lethbridge, 9.05 a.m. Madeod, 10.20 a.m. THE ANGLICAN SUNDAY SCHOOLS extend a general and a cordial invitation to everyone to enjoy this outing. If you have not been to Brocket you have missed.one of most picturesque beauty spots Alberta.- Make up a party, pack your baskets, -and come along. The Indians will keep the campjflres burning and the water boiling. There ja ample.shade under the trees, and de- licious, cool spring water. Return Fare, v Children 65c Tickets on Sale at Jackson's Drug Store ;