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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE six THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD l. Result of Football Tilt at Gole- man Yeslerday-Lethbridge EWen Won From Pass Stars SUFFRAGETTES IN CANADA Montreal, Que., July The K rand stand of the Montre- a1 Baseball club of the Inieraa- tfoiinl league at Atwater Park, was destroyed by fire before sunrise today. The iinnieduito property loss was The police are looking for an 111- cendiary. Lethbridge Cleaned .Up Diam- ond City in Alleged Base- ball Match Last Night 'The Coleman football team, recog- jjized'a's the premier soccer organiza- tion the Crow's Nest Pass, bad .Itheir colors lowered b) th? Leth- bridge boys yesterday. The local tsarn and captained by Banuerman, and included members of the various local The visitors were handicapped in Hrs'Uny not having play- ca together before, and secondly by fierce shape of the ground, which Coleman boys arc well acquaint- rl mth But Lethbridge had tbe and m the first half showed the mmers that the toys from the coramonlv ,hat C. J. prairies nere not to be taken light- i 3, In mot Lethbridgc wern "all over Ecksiorm 01 our city invented oase- but could nof.pisrce-the fine; ball. No, it wasn't C. J. ivho 111- defenee, and tie teams crossed over j the national pastime of a blank sheet, j-ieedoro. lie is the father o! the haS Canada niuy the Jound that the style of, play in the.'gods support him in his griei. Pass >ras ol there" variety. The man who invented baseball is ramd how, as long as you.get He shuffied off this mortal rthrnUEch Several times Colemao coil several years ago and his name ri'shed and fine centres were put in has been forgotten but from the wings, which looked ex-f whoever it was that originated the ircmeh dangerous, out Bannerman, great and-scientific American pastime Touted as the Man to Bring Back Lightweight Titl to United States liolfcertcn and Mclntrxe w-ere a sound must have- turned over in his grave} defence, and kept their goal safe. To-hvith a groan last night when the rj" the end or the game-Bone put j show at the-ball park was being' worm WI1 in some great work in front of the deience and passing qiilck- lv 'to Farrant, was rewarded by see- ing that placer put in a.stinger, and were leading. Coleman hard to equalize, -but "were im- able to get through, and the visitors a fairly interesting game by 1 to 0. The Lethbridge team was composed The. Diamond. City team attempted conclusions with the local artists, and were ..the recipients of an awful and ignominious drubbing. The te'in from across the river which dared to give the-locals a tie run for it a week or two ago here, were annhilat- ed. They never had a look honors and were trimmed lightweight N.T., July the only man in ths :th a" chance to win the championship of the world back from Freddie Welsh in a twenty-round bout. Will Packey McFarland come out for just one more fight for the glory of his and, incidentally, the bale or EO of shekels that would go with sai'd That depends The stockyards' wizard. lias been suspiciously quiet for many months Aye, dating back to the time when there .was. such fa clamor for him .to' fight Walloping 'jHike Gibbons: -f Blit uacks no such or nA -Rallop at ail fon that matter feo there is "no danger of Packey-being' knocked out if mnm AND. HE? NAME is MAUDE HI Bffljmf Etawah III. Sets Up fop Four-Year-Olde, Doing Mite In Beating Old Record by Sees Cleveland, Ohio, July a special event this afternoon at the third day's Grand Circuit racns at, North Randall Etawah Ml., own- ed by Frank G. Johei, of Memphii, 'Tenit.f trotted a mile In 2.04, and established a worid'a record for a four-year-old.trotter by either The old record 2.05J4, was made in: 1893, by Dlractum, Geers drove Etawah and was paced by a runner. In the morning Geers drove Anvil, another Jontc horee, a mile in 2.0254, the fastest mile trotted this season. Anvil also be- carr.s the fastest record trotter In irainfng. of the following jMdntyre Barmar-" to 5 in seven innings of ba and Holberton Carr '.was very .the punko. The comedy continued for seven in- nings. Umpire Shover called it off in .order -to keep a dato for the j and Brvce; Farrant, Allen, Bone, Linning and iV; bridge for a game: If they do thev-1 show. He said called on ae- Tull be met bv a record gate, for the count' of; Just- like that two burgs have had jealous eyes on j -a real if he meant each othsr for a long time, and-such j it. The crowd la' a game would provide one of the tit- Ii? Herrmann Takes Rap atFuliz; He Resents Walking-Delegate Methods Bisle5v Camp, England, July notlier Canadian Col B H Brown, f the 12th lork Hangers is shooting as an unattached anadian lias a chance to enter the econd stage of the King's Prize, hich will be shot .tomorow. He ade'a total of 04 in the first stage, 'Men entitles liira to shoot off with taf Sergt Laman Halifax QMS Icinhes.' Edmonton, and about eight thers for a place among the ihrea undred wbo win face tbe targets in; e second stage St Georges Challenge Conditions this morning were very nfayorable for good shooting in-the rst stage of tbe St Oeoiges Chal engc Vaae open to all comers ind isUng of ten shots at bOO -vards ic ei ent of importance in anaflians except in he Kings Prize tie in nhich the three above mentioned Canadians will shoot The top hundred in the St George qualify to shoot In the second stage bu Saturday Following are the Canadian scores in the lir-t ol the St Gemge s Thti is Maude! Haven t you heard of Maudft Neltbri? Maude is not the. belle of-the tele, phone neither IB -she the leading light o' the Merry Minstrel Maids Maude Is aU that sh-s appears to be in this a baseball player A real baseball'player, (ike ail her team mates, .who will .be seen cavorting here next Saturday evening the local favorites at the ball park, under the: name .of the All-American Girls' 'Baseball, 'team.. Maude Is feat- ured because shp is the recognized star of this bunch of daisies. Watch Maude play ball; she's a twirler and will likely perform here next Satur- day evening Don't forget it The time, the plac-i d girl 6.30, ball park, Maude Nelson. 1 get you, Steve." .1 t i FIELDER JONES TO "QUIT N.W. Tells Portland He Thinks It fifteen shots at 600 Sergt Armstrong Halifix Montreal, 46 Lieutenant Portland, Ore.; July or nau nuyvrs i ruiernuy Hahfax 40> Lleut Toiies of tne hits of the season. STANDING OF TEAMS say crowd lor convenience, hut there' comj he meant Cincinnati, July Her.r nrhed We mann, .chairman of the national base- ter put through, as planned, just 'to. ll ,'MrJnall commission lolkre ing the c-11 see would go on strike rtt Okanagan Landing, 42 Col. Brown, I would rather have seen .the mat- Toronto, 37 Sergt. Bullock Toton- Emslie, Toronto, 42 'alconer Uma, 38 Sergt Ora ham kins Toronto -ii Toronto 3J Staff Sergt Haw Pte Ilendn Dun 45 Major. Ivmg, Bowmanulle i inu- off of tin oroposed placets' stnl-e I believe Krafts claim wis all ln tller'Sht but the ncus of the settlement threaten a strike ar th.s time H- haic an idea of how the players JL'" Calgan 4o Lieut has opportunities to con in matter I Toronto M bergt ucuoi W. L.: Nationals 1Q 5 Tecumflehs 4 Irifth Candians 1 F-. .A. Goals 15B J :79 100 110 71 90 77 120 LOOK HERE Y.M.C.A. NOTICE The T.M.C.A. track athletes will meet in the gymnasium tonight at 8 o'clock. The. 'physical director will technic of the high jump. forrnance, but the. Diamond City was. smiply.-outerassed. bj" niaiho'cd'city 010 121 5 Lethbridge 641 C30 Hits by Diamond City Lethbridge THE LINE-UP Diamond Gillette 3h, Morgan ss, Peterson Ib, It. Croft rf, McDonald cf. IF, 010 213 1- 6 Evin-s Lvans strue the meaning of section 0 which VMERIC u-, TROtBLE relates to the drifting of class V ton 44 Sergt Vornson llamil AlcKie Ouelph 4( players before this md has From other touices it was McLcod, Toronto I lent McLean, Hopes oil 11 Lieut. h Piper Neale, rs o o im interpretation ol it Now I that certim CUD owners of the Toronto .14 Gunner. Noble Toronto another has started he erran leatue are not certa.n that Toronto, Sergt Baseball league announced todaj that he'-would .tender his resignation as head of .the league on August 1, as a result'of the transfer of the Portland Xranchiee to Ballarci, Wash. .lohea said he believed the president of the' league'should reside in-a city that has a club and'that .he was not pre- pared to change his residence UNSUCCESSFUL CHALLENGERS MANN CUP RETURN HOME AND GET NICE RECEPTION t 4-2 710 x_IS that am I Jias another interpretation ol the i clause. "Fultz's methods are those ol T walking delegate I McG-P Vfl TALKS Qv. .John J. McGrav, manager of the twren pilfers ind magnates lor con 'h Gnrrill' VoA National league club trol 01 professional ba'e'-all It was Munroe -b.-beidentavher c, lm Khllr, sllitlmt ht un-rican league ls ampton, Ont., July tie LB and harmonv will prevail be Kussell Ottawa 38 'Col Sergeant j their arrival Satuday night the baseball and the Stoddart Hamilton 44 all under, Bkampton Lacrosse club Vihich is rs' fratermU in the mture The the total L( 4o arc out o! tlle only challenging team to win a beliel was ied that sooner ni "-tag" certain namelv Corp Bea game at the coast in either the Mlnto Montreal; Sergt. Bullock, Toronto Serjt McKie Guelph Hcndn Dundas Sergt. Martin, Calgary and later th-re uould re a he. of Marin" :cui> series, recep'ion received a rous- Ib, Carley ES, Campbell ri, Duns- worth cf, Sang p. TENNIS CHAMPI-OX OF FRANCE AT FIFTEEN New York, X.T., July jdelphia with Slosson, Cutler, Cline aud i [or F. Hcppe; 'world's champion at all i thau from prolonged' Who, has- carried off the tennis championship of .France. Mjfi. Suzanne 5s only and with a blue ribbon in her.'Mionny brown hair" and her ilatper does not look a day older. In coolness and judgment she can more than hold her own with players of twice her age ami experience. Play- ing in the German g-tyie she aeldom misses a shot, nml ia at her neat on the At the net she- Is a triflo uncertain, no tlorbt'on account of bnr Jack of Inches and strength. iensls tbrce ycwn She uses a It-ounce rncxct, and only ing the proposed late 10 said finish. the iraternitj to a Willie Hoppe Starts Practice for Matches With English Piper McLeod. Toronto, will have to shoot off. having 45 each. Last year ortlv one entered the second stage. After shooting1 off th s mol 94, of There was a procession a mile long which. traversed, the iirlncipal streets, ending in the jiark. Then May- or Mara unfc'iicly welcomed the hoys shooting' off th s morning i ilome> and j Fenton, principal of among the number tied at 84, Hlsh school, .and: Samuel Char- places in the second stage of thE ;ters, registrar of the county, dellvorod IKinr's'FriTe, Staff Sergt. Laman_of addreEBes. The residences and busi- along the 1'nc of march Q. JI. S. Mclnnes of Ed- making a of Canad-'.j, appropriately: decorated, while I i'lns is ohe refore IS, hPing the largest the tTGeV in the testooned in red 'and 'white bunting. tyles of balk line billiards, has begun iractice at the English game. "I ex- said he, "to work at it five or six hours a day five days week until my first game with Inman. Ot course, I will keep in strolle at balk line. That will he easy. What both- ers me now is whether I wil! have to get long cues for the English game, don't 'want to use a bridge, or a rest as the English call it, for I am tot much of a player with a bridge. 1 .uppose all the -Englishmen use their practice with Ho'wjson. His is: j l-Ci "Inraan is no: a specialist. He is j versatile at the English game, and will not he different at the American j game. By playing with i erican experts, whose methods vary, he will learn a little from That tho English champion is striv- ing to acquire a fair degree of profi- ciency at the American game is evi- dent from the fact that for over a montii he has been applying himself to balk line on a standard carrom table sent from Paris to London for es counting tho grand aijgrc- ?r service rifles closed today the first stage of the 'St. Cfacrre's, competitions courrt- ng in the Kind's Prize first stage, graph and Alexandra. rests well. 1 wish i conM play as we'il his use. as De.Oro of Slosson with a bridge." R. B. Benjamin, Melbourne In- inan's representative in this country, Robert Topping, Innun's stedfast backer, in quoted as saying: "The Am- ericans are said to consider Hoppe a expresses the belief that the I sure winner. Well, if they wi'il lay champion can derive more benefit me, reasonable odds, I will wager from playing in New York and Phlla- that he will not win." HOPPE AGREES TO -SMALL BALL Will Meet Melbourne. Inman, Eng- lish Champion, at Own Game York, N'T., July Inman, thn Knglish billiard champion, antl 'Willie Hoppe, the American champion, completed final de- taila for their International matches in conference yesterday. Hoppe made a concession to the Englishman in agrwina to use balls In the English ganiR, instead of tlie 2U-Iuoh balls originaKy agreed upon. The finally fixed is Kt2 of an inch larger than the maximum provided in the Kngilsh The flrnt two dates have already been fixed, but the date for the (bird matcb will not. be announced for sonic time. The third-match, will he''di- vided between Toronto, Montreal and Winnipeg. The first match, which starts in this city on September will be played alternately in Knglisb and American bi'iiiards. FOUR-TO-ONE SHOT Liverpool, July Great Lan- cashire Stakes of for two-year-olds, five run here today, was won by Mr. K Million's Torlolsk, by ieuse, starting at 4 to 1. Sir M. Vin- cent's Thymlan, 13 to 8, was second, and Mr. J. 1C, Hogornon'e Bethlehem, C lo 4, was third Kinr; 269, Laman Lowry. 201, Martin 304, Morrison' 2il2, McCoy 291, M'-'Inncs 289, McKie 283, Mc- I.C3H 300, McU'fl 201, Nealc 294, No'ilc 304, .liidilell 292, Itussell 295, Stoddart 310. Thus Stoddarl, of Hamilton, heads all the Canadians. The tic in the Duke of Cambridge, fired last Tuesday, in which Pte. E. A. Lowry, Guelnh, was tied with three others, resulted in Pte. Johnson, .H. OLD-TIME RUGBY STAR :CbMMiTS SUICIDE Ottawa, Ont., July Wal- ters, a member of the old Roush Rid- ers football club, commuted suicide on Saturday afternoon by shooting tors was a veteran of the South Af- rican war, and a former member of the local police force. CHALLENGE FOR MINTO CUP Toronto, Ont., July K. George, chairman of the Mlnto Cup trustees, has received the S.N.UU. challenge for the famous silverware. Ttosedales' are through on August 29; while the n'.L.K. is not' finished until A.C., being placed first, and .wlnnlnE, September 7. consequ-ntly the Toron- 150: McKenrfc, 6th Scottish, to champions will receive the first second: Corp. Wilson, London Scot- dates aud will leave early in Septem- Mall, third, and Pte. JB. A. Lo.wry. ber'for tho coast, fourth, each of whom won Canadian winnings In the City of London first three places of which were anounced '-Ml night, were an follows: Q.M.S..' Mcinnen, Edmonton, 20th, and Gunner Noble, Montreal, 28th, each won Sergt. Martin, Cal- gary, 66th; Staft-Sergt. Laman, Hall- fax, 66th, and S'jrct. Morrieon, To- ronto, 105th, each 'won Ii) Chicago they arc lining persons who invest in hasehallpools. H is wrong. They ought to he examined as to laeir sanltr. WANDERERS CUP AND 31 Winnipeg, Man., July ers will defend the John Ross Rob- ertson 'cup asainat the, Grace-church team of Toronto on July 30.and 31. These datos have just been ar- ranged. The: easterners are to have a'strong eleven, but on ac- count of -their fine showing against Hcglnn, .the locals are picked to re- Inln tlio Dominion cricket champion- ship. NATIONAL New 4 Cincinnati 1, Uoston 1 PittsbuiK 0 Notion 1 IMtshurg 8 (tecoml game.) I'luUdelpa.o 2 Chicago 4 lirooKlni 1 SI Loui I No American todaf. AMERICAN Detroit 11 Nrw York i Detroit 5 New York 8, game.) St.-Louis 3; hi 1 unlb 3 Do Ion l> (seiond game.) Cleveland 0 Philadoliihla.S. Chicago 9 .Washington 5. FEDERAL Kansas Citv 3 Huilalo 6 Indianapolis 1 Pittshurg 3, St. Louis 0 Baltimore 5. Chicago 3 Brociklyn 9. INTERNATIONAL Toronto -I Montreal1 0. Rochester 4 Buffalo Rochester i Burfaoi 5. game. Newark 5 Providence' 0. N'euarl 1 Providence 1, (seconn ginw) crsci Baltimore, (playfd on Julv 20 NORTHWESTERN; Ballard 7 p Tacoma Seattle 2 Vancouver 2. Spokane 0.' CANADIAN Peterboro 4, 'Ottawa- London 3, St. Thomas 1. Toronto 3. Brantford.l. Toronto 2, Bralltford 1. Erie 1'2, Brantford. 8. Hamilton 3, Erie 2. WESTERN C4NADA Calgary, Alta.. July and Mad Hatters split a. double heaii- r. In the first contest Irflmley was lounded for seyen runs in the first hree innings, when went in nd no more runs resulted. .Buckles" iltehed every game to victory, Medicine Hat 5 5 3 1 Ball, Gage and Calgarj Buckles and Bartu; Veinholt. Saskatoon task Julv After -n Inning the first same the Quakers esiimed their slump, 'matting1- irrors in the second, but were 'lucky o secure a tie in the tenth. Olinor: une hitting won the first: idinonton 2 8 Saskatoon 6- 7 1" Hewitt and Lemieux; Beer and Wal- es. Second game Edmonton. 5 7 1- Saskatoon i" -10 S Cmm. Chapman and Lemieux; ell. Kalilo and Walters. Rcglna, July In the fastest. of the season, one hour and 18 minutes, Tied Sox shut out the Mill- rs. perfect control, was in the hole Stis at sec ond accepted 12 out-' of. 13 chances, many sensational. The tcore .Moose Jaw 031 Re ma Concannon and Harris. 341 BottollI .and York Chicago..... NATIONAL w. 32 .17 P.C. .570 45 i >H. I..U111S Boston 44 Cincinnati Phl'ifulelphla Pittabur.s Brooklyn Philartelphia Hoston Washington Detroit Cliicngo St. Louis Now York Clfivelaml Indianapolis Baltimore Brooklyn Buffalo Kansas City Si. I.oula rlflsh.irg Baltimore Rochester Providence Buffalo Newark Toronto Montreal 32 Jersey City fjniikatoon MooHtj Jaw .547 Reglna Medicine Hat 7 ;