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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PI US! iJttxI to bring tfn C. P. R. ftotbaH team of Fort WUIam for a tonlaM, witK football that i can "It took a 1 ilon to'lute'rwt this Atr football froV'thirtwin .to, cowt and joeal Ing to -Like ill who hivVmjKif reputation for Uiennilw.1- >W a Iwarttiy to art It to 'hire tMighi, anil biMnd, the' sflilr nWd J (porting fan In cut with 'tlnir: at to- 'In .JtitS Wmiim learn Irito ramc'.by wliinlng ttji thleM'jnt yc' bj VINCENT MCLEAN, THE MILLION DOLLAR BABY Hs has't farm of his own at Slick and all of m.ls bird, and of which'they fend. Th. thaws him playing with of -j Visiting Team Got Away to i Bad Suit and Uthbridge Won 7 to 6 r, July THE.LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD GAMES IN.MAJOR LEAGUES BUNCHED HITS St. Louts', July Hamil- ton's stiuir, ot sii consecutive vic- ories was ,bio'M XARQUAUD, AT HIS. BEST Xnr-Yort.-'Jrtjr SJ. Sew Yort it three "straijat .KBO wot TOURING WIRE HARD 'LUCK .AND 3 TO' t when by victory, ilie visitors to hits TUl St. Louis' errors, won, 8 to 1, Baumjrdnei ,'relieved Hamilton two bits. Piltsburg and Gibt'on and Simons; Fort WUliaM tothill team, 'cham- pions of Canada tor 1913. sustained their fint'defeat ot the .tour at the hands ol a representative CHANGE DID GOOD July, 33.r-With tie. return tram 'Buffalo today' ot Manager Stall- William equalled before aid -Kilos; .Tyler time -.through .Cassidy, from In-jthe second .half, Calgary, scored off... a .oxa SCORE. shot folly yards "out; which' the goal- the" ball-.bouncing had to retire- to a kick, and scored a brilliant'individual, run. F f-j a Philadelphia ..00? 002 301-S 12 St. .OOP 010 000-1 9 Bender ".and Hamilton, Baumgardner and Asiew and. McAl- CLEVELA.ND _ July leated'Sostoi taiins the series. Boston .300 000 000-3 B Cleveland V .000 203 10 Foster, Leonard and. Thomas ar.d fqottal at FINAL MATCHES OF DWIGHT F: :-DAyiS -CUP COMPETITION WILL BRlSG TO, At TENNIS: if, .'.Ill irp the yai- .-npionsBip of Philadelphia, July 23.-In the heav- ies_t scoring game here .this sear-- Chicago: defeated 13'to 8.'Manager Doom wed -iriven -of g'takea oS bat. OlOr-13 2v i 14 8 Cheney, and -.Xeednam Chalmers, Riiey.-Marshallr Mayer >EdTHowley. Carripin; Carisch. i i-l'Vi NAJIE -Joe Bosthllng won hi r Victory today ras the _Chicagi -to sii icaltuei laldng the'game. I visilois i. WasnuVglon .'''-.030 Chicisp 6 '''Bottling "and" Heiry.; Scoit, 6 "and-Sch'alk-'and Kuhu.' _ Woul be'a I" tirtfcHi tim om aad ipotker !n U-.: Tte tS ithltii 8 If" IT- oU) 011-8 1? 4 T. a. k- on Tuesday.MUe. 'g i fc JUU team wbVi-rfr; ti. present .Darh.Cnp j a.- bnrtt .Second; St. -0.10" Cook "andl.Jlurph'y Laroy and Mlll- eri-V -tain Tnotoai It was a combination aftalr tSiat op- ted the local team at the bail park >t night, and uot an Iron Ull entirely; for, .besides Iron Ings players, there ttlerat plck- froia the Bridge and Turin teams so. The resulted in vlc- ry for the local brigade by 1 to 6. The element of uncertainty Is'one of factors that hive made base- all the game that it U. While 03- ning of riast ntgbVs game coiit'sst look walk- way for the' tightening p of the vlsllprs and their steady ad-, In the ifoliowlcg Innings flllod he fans vlth feeling oJ. uncertainty hat only showed Hs dejitn IB the last when the last msjj wis1 killed off y a itelhir" catch by.Tommy Evans, was holding .down keystone, mlgtty- round of ent op -rlth'the retiring ot tho last the Invading -MoWcsns. wttb the tore still in favor of the favorites'. The visitors scored their' first run n Pitcher a steal, a .ass ball and a. play to retire Shoiral- er.. Tha locals opened "up their first urn at bat with a to tlslr redlt; but due to the Evans. Wt through bird base, first up; Wray on a-grounder the 'pitcher; .Moyers sad 'SeldenVeckir' scoring Giwtt hit to third and'ln "an attempt "to .cut both the and third Mssmaa threw all ovsr tbi was Tespo'aelblf tor three', HIM, enbecker Meyers, cimlng ti'eTr bmigling throws..; wu hi afUr, s'cored two'ln.th'e the the foore.f.! Siptlej by'Wray'and Hvtcblson imt' Leihbrldge Jtf the. I'Sfdln'tie. fifth by a run, and Slti by.GTein and Cainpbeir and a Bapritlce other IB the; sixth. jEvaos singed .in, the [home by ot Uw trat. l mad. 2. Berlin Lon' '.t -The fair name ot 'x; BnoAosv-'Jaly r ttf if tai niinre at today's wMcfc foilows: the detfiiim rendered today in a libel ictlon brought >y R- Wottpn, a train- editwr of the ISJwrtii The. Waning is Au'atrallan, Uie tapst promlneit trainers Hli'iwb Ktti.are jockeys employ "of the Plf je 13S trot, v; i e rurnlnt, well known i'clit man. The .Post cha-ged that ka'd otVer, trainers and jock- en-bit-on horMs, and enor- mously.' by, betting, first entering into si agrseaieot as to -wbici ihouid win or and by other aetaods... !Tbe" trial occupied eight days and sneral men ireil known on the turf boys .testified for either side. 'Wooton ad- mitted, that, he had. made, a fortune >y batting, and he had often won 100 "da a race. 'son, Frank, .massed inore in a'few rldfng in England.- Coming itlef of Cragsnour in-the Derby "by reason of the foul .riding, of .tie .'jockey, the case created a-jrfdeBpresd''feellng r'efCjrms.are neces; sary. v 'Fos- ib.; 'saih''- Campbell, cL; Field, 2b.; 11.; ,Bendef ,.tf. jlurphy, p. Winnipeg 10, ISt. PauP2. Grand Forks 2, Miuneapolis.2, Qrand Forks 8, VirginU 't -m f >r I'.r 1-4. T''s tie, l> i1.1. _ raoed -stored. Vcr r Tte double umpiring Ths'.tiito'ri. suppjSd'. a limed'1 Jon'e> So'" Tprlc'witirour own celebrated B. irlth, flaeir; we'jl teaching" flaeir; -i-hich Vsi r Cityrrain, 'Pa.ciflc Coast -Venice Oakland 'if Portland 4, Francisco jl.. 't '-Though. the. game wss close andltby- rcoro 'not U'.jiuWn't' leimed si'cliis'y eihlbition. The Jnot high, jlais on iid e. The PocalE had three'luntcm tii In Mu.n. _ i" _ -WESTERN CANADA- -Justice B larllng, before wlom the ac- i'r-r.J'r if I1 that the' stirrups, jockeys, their and.much bumping and foul riding was due to this, iia recommended that thei-Jockey-Cliib take action'on' this 'blatter. The jury endorsed ihe judge's recommitidatlon. Booira THE BALL; luckless' Red Sox are still Medicine'' ,Hat tutting ever an easy-'viciory.: today, 'he four, runs mado-were. all kicked iver.like so many goals in'a' footbalf nafrTl .001 match. Score. Vedicine Hat ?cgina Lfnd and Ladd Butternoff Duggan. 'CRICKET. TEAM' iERMUDA, NOW Ran Up.Blf AIMermuda Who Were Ai As "All Anti- Kami, MM OKr Hamilton, Btrumda, July Australian cricket team won the'two- i' niatcb all-Bermuda even, which began yesterday, and end- this afternoon'. The. Aus'.ratians scored ,439 fin ..their Innings waile.the scored -14F Md 170 (or and'seeond inn IBTS, -The'> Ayilrall staitalHf game, Amot'mak ap'icere'.of .Cimphel rac up a count S4, not the ticket 200 runs to Ihe, Oils Sun) people-'say .that mor.cy- tight. 'Not 60 with us.' The little) w fat i hold of be to gst ssray'-fTan.oar graap. j MACLEOD PLAYS HERt TOMORROW NICHT" The, Macleod EKttrict league team plays here to- Morrow enhecher.ls collectlng.the best he can get for this encounter and a strong .line-up of players is assured. r' Gavin's double. Both .teams played asl and, sensational balLK Scori Moose Jaw .200 010 6 3, Saskatoon .123 031 II 3 GiVin'and Moore -.Colllps and Wai; 6 .1 and SPLIT Edmonton, Calgary aad Edmottoa split'etra in today's spilt 'even In today's the home'team game 4 to 0, bed tho twilight Calgary Edmonton Frinlc and 'I Shenck'er. double-header t1-' BUSEBALL'.IlBtES .Clajton and Palgary Edmonton .1020I300CH-7 12 .0.01 008 J'OO-l" LANCASHIRE BREEDERS' PRODUCE. STAKE WON BY PAPSB'URO AT 3 TO 2 July Liverpool, to- day, the Great iJancuhlre Breeders' Produc'o SUXM of for furlongs, was won-by II. CholtriondelGy's at 3 to 2, Toe owner's Long Toim, 3 to 2, was lecOnd, and Lord Derby's Dan Ruseell, 5 to 8, third. Myers and Roche and DOUBLED SCORE. Saskatoon, July Quakers did today what they tailed 'to do in yesterday's twelve inning duel' with Moosa hard" with oa and stopped thf fcnl.tlwind winning dash ol the speedy" weHs. The Quakers Mt Oa'ftii hard; op- portunely and olten.'.Th'eTy qftlf had four men stranded. the a clout alm'Wt" IniatUMy brought them homo. -.They found Oavr in for 11 hitJ, 6ne a feomer-hy Wal- ters, and (out Collins was iouriil six hits, all singles, but Rossback's hooet aai BAD. ACTOR, HEAVILY FINED AT, i BUFFALO "TRACK Driver Didn't Try" to Win, So Judges .Claim, and.Betting ciared'pri Buffalo, July the drir- ft of Leita S.', "winner ot ttie 2.14 pace, the first event ...on .the. card of tho grand circuit at Kbrt Eric this after- noon; "was flne'd 1250, and the Judges dfclai'ed, off pools oft the Assessor ajrd Blue, Une were i: (qoil favorites In the race pools The Assessor .Won the first heaf 'Illy, and' Blue. captured "the second heat from The Assessor: The third1 heat went to Silent neinsawn, with Blue Line and. Leila J. [ollow- ng closely. After Lelta J.. cap lured sixth' heats, W. New.York Chicago Phliimctpiila Pittsbirg Brooklyn Boston Cincinnati Louis 49 32 41 43 39 .'43' 37 .49 35 56 35 L. P'.C, 28 42 .523 .605" .506 .478 .430 American Philadelphia Cleveland 'ashington W. L.-P.C 64 27 .703 .Noble, p Showalten, 3b.... owe, istb 2nd b. Showalters, 3rd h .'L. Green', i. c. ay, Lf. I. Oreen, 3vahsV 2nd-b 1st b.; i Seldy, 3fd b, letrblt St. Louts New York drift? was callei into .the .lands', and the judges annoiioced'the ins, and Ihe.dMlarlrig tit of the pools, claiming that the driver did not try n The feature event of the'card Oeorge 2.16 trotters, and was.w'on the mire, TectTa, 4Hv en" by, Benyon.; Tesars, sold a "rank outsider in the poois; the pobllc In- BfalllH Uiwle Blft favorlU. ,XThe Qrieeii City Stakevfor 2.08.1 tere, iesnlted.ln ah upset, Cheney tak" Ing two and.firsi rnofey. Pennsylvania railroad carried, wfth onlf 'o 37 52 39 51 -45 42 46 39 67 28 .598 .571 .531 41 '.392 International 010 o 3: 7 27 JO CATARRH BLADDER Score Turin-...'. ....-.120 Lethbridse <00 Oil 7 U Oreeni firat .base on balls, oft Noblel, off Hntcblton' L; tltueic cut by, Koble." eon 8; pMMd "tolls, Showalters 3, bit by MeySrs double play, J. first base .on. errors, U' Green, Campbell, Hutcht; -McCerlf, THREE.' RUNS AT-TABER" Tha White Soi of Ilia City bssebill were'defMited at Taber yestep by .8 f o 5. The locil line-up s'Mtovt'.' Carle, Hoi den, J19 Williams, Hanc'h' anj first Jour did the bsttcry urork, Wide and turn sack U Dot v- ;