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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1914 THE bETHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE BROOKS IN WONDERFUL FORM EASILY 0EAT POWELL AND SCHWENGER YESTERDAY Chicago, 111., July to-, Bay scored a one-sided victory over Canada In the first of the Davis Cup (elimination matches at the Onwentsia cluVLake Forest. In straight sets [Wilding defeated R. F. Powell, and In the same manner iNorman Brookes ivon from B. P. Sch- The Can- adians .played.desperately and made a gam efight for every point, but were outclassed. The result gives the Australians a big advantage, since to win the series the Canadians now must take the dou- bles tomorrow, and both the singles matches, on .Saturday. After the play today critics were unwilling to con- cede'tlie Canadians anything but an putaide chance; The'first match, that of Brookes and Schwenger.8, was hardly completed be- fore a terrific storm began. The show- ers, "which lasted more than an hour, drove to shelter the "spectators and threatened to eause a postponement of; the second match, out canvas covers Kept the courts nearly dry, and Wild- ing refused to consent to Having--the match set Wilding played a wonderful game, fcmich better than Jiis practice-, matches' early- this week- ..had indicated he play. His. passing was marvel- lous, all shots just inside the side lines, and just short of the base lines leaving Powell helpless at times. His drives just: topped the nets, and his lobbing kept the Canadian playing far back of tiie base line. Powell occasionally also showed placing, hut his service was not to be compared 'with his opponent's, and evidently had no terror for the latter. Lack of confidence probably hast- ened Schwenger's defeat at the hands of Brookes. The latter, though seem- ing not the brilliant master of the game that Wilding is', easily had the better of Sehwengers. in the doubles tomorrow, Powell .aria Sch- wengers meet Brookes and Wilding. The point score of the "Brookes- Schwenger was" as follows: Brookes Schwengers Second set1 Brookes.. Schwengers Third Brookes "..447 404 6 Schwengers ...005 141 .2 The point scores of the Wilding- Powell match was as follows: First set: Wijdlng ..544 454 6 Powell.. ___'... ...311 372 1 Second set: Wilding Powell.. Third set: Wilding '..444 142 Oil 414 17 ..474 161 34 ..t'51 4-14 -..4fiO 540 ..014 304 ..243 SG4 4 ..414 IS [WINNERS AT LIVERPOOL TODAY China -.Cock Won Liverpool Lffht irliide Captured the At- lantic Stakes Liverpool, England, July Liverpool Cup, a handicap of one mile.and furtmcs, van wo today .by P. Nslke's China. Cock, winner of the LI Sprinr Cup and the Queen Prize at Kemp ton this year. Chin Cock itarted at 7 to 1. G. Bdwarde iLasstu, 7 to 1, was second, and th favorite. T. Martin's Junior, 2. to 1, Svas third. The Atlantic Stakes, for three- and tou r-y ear-olds, one mile and a quarter, "was won by Lord Derby's Light Brigade, starting at 7 to 2. Hi? Majesty's. Braltespear, started an odds-, on favorite at 6 to 4, and finished sec- ond. J. B. Joel's White Magic, 100 to 7, was third. THE SCORE' Overseas............... 2 8. O. E... 1 GOAL SUMMARY Overseas, 16 minutes, Brennan, Second Half S. 0. E., 11 minutes, Laverick. Overseas, 24 minutes, Brennan. THE LINE-UP Lush; Scott and Harvey and Harp- er; Robertson, Richards, Brennan, Si mm and Rues. S. 0. Parsons and Firth; Chenery, Lee and Turner; Faunch, Laverick, Draper, J. Lush and Beetwick. National League Has One Player Who is in a TyCobb There, was not uiucir-at stake over 'the result of the issue at the ball! park last night, when the Overseas1 and the Sons of England locked horns for the -second and last time this season in a city league and the 'game was a rather tame af- fair. The Seas won the honors hy a score of 2 The'rii'ghtVwas ideal for a good en- counter, nut tiie players, in the ver- nacular, of the baseball world, Hie "pep" that is necessary to a! 'thrilling battle. The ball was in the j air too often, arid hap-haxard 'long j kicking was very'much in vogue. The; ,referee's was heard also I with' great frequency. j There was but a smalt attendance of-.devotees in the stand who enlhus-i ed not "'The previous game between these; teams'was played May. 9, and won 'byv-iihc Sorts hy one to nil.' The were exhibiting 'the" first, twenty minutes of H K M E M K E K The Wine Phone of the HUDSON'S BAY STORES Call up for these Specials Saturday Lcthbritlgc Beer SQc CASE OF TWO DOZ. QUARTS CASE OF TWO DOZ. PINTS CASE OF ONE DOZ. QUARTS CASE OF ONE DOZ. PINTS 1 DOZ. BOTTLES GU1NESS The Home of Cool Drinks OLD WARHORSE COMES BACK IN GREAT STYLE THIS "SEASON Ogfe mm The National league ha been ing for a long time to do clo Bisley Camp, England, July 24.- The weather was brighter today and conditions were generally favorable for good shooting. The event of the day was the second stage of the King's Prize, the three hundred pick- ed entries for which include fifteen Canadians. The conditions are ten shots each at 300 yards. Two of the Canadians shooting in the sec ond stage' are unattached, but are making their headquarters with the official Canadian team. Individual Canadian scores at the 300 yard range were: Sergt. Arm- strong, Ha'iifax, 43; Corp. Bea, Mon I treal, 44; Lt. Brooks, Okanagan jLanding; 44; Sergt, Bullock, Toronto, rte. Einslie, Toronto, 43; Pte. Fal- icouer. Ama, 44; Pte. Henry, Dundas, Ul: Staff-Sergt. Laman, Halifax, 46; Pte. Lowry, Guelph, 43; Sergt. Mar- -16; Lieut. Morrison, To- contest-and pressed the attack j en try-tiui' -16; Lieut. Morrison, To- lop onefronto> Q.M.S. Mclnnes, Edmonton, Jlnehier apprdaching tic clas ofU4; Lt. McLean, Hnnewell, 44: Gun- Americ n including Noble, Montreal, Col.-Sergt hetler; people -is CoDb fe Speaker Jack on'jStoddart, Hamilton, 4fi. Milan ajs Granthind Rice Borj The foregoing scores ,r gfetkway from th Ire of "the, going to' "it- about' made f. hunch in the. ood- L lonj., pell tl ere u not a Is L.! Gunner Noble, Montreal, is, up to tliis i-otit.ncltler clo e to th. mark but Me- they had been; it, lifteeh minutes, Graw has developed one at last, who stage, leading the Canatliaus, with an aggregate oC 140, having made 99 in within reasy reach. George Burns j the first stage: Col.-Sergt. Stoddart, land without opposition approached Sons1'' goal, selected his own time and way to kick the ball and .shfffcvit home past Stowc fc-r 'the first cquiif. Sons' goalie was furnished with] NEIWS OF SHAMROCk; IV. Cape Flnisterre, Spain; July wireless despatch re- ceived here today from the steam yacht Erin, convoying Shamrock ]V., .Sir Thomas Llpton's challenger f i'cr the America ''All well. The> cha'lenser made a i-uti of 222 miles in the last twenty- four hours. T-he weather is beautiful." 11 Trim, Neat Appearance Is Always Assured in Holeproof Hose may not carry quite the saiiie amount! Hamilton, and Sergt. Martin, Calgary, of- briltfaucy shown by the American' come next, with 145 each. league's -Big Four, but doubtfulj, pte. A. G. Fulton, Queen's Westmin- if any one of the four is more is Queen Mary's prize man for ahle to his club. 1 the event concluding with the 1! owned a ball club arid had tlicj firing of the second stage yesterday. pick of one than 'The Queen's prize is confined to all (By Hugh S. Roger Brcsnahau has furnished one of the real big surprises of the sea- son. A yi-ar ago the scribes were pre- dicting the speedy decline of the rathu- corpulent Cuh catcher, but he ima fooled them all and it is doubt- ful if h? ever has had as! good a year behind the bat as this one. From quite a star of the mask and protector with the Giants, BirSim- htui, scut lo manage St. Louis in a league deal, did so much for the Car- dinals' that when he came- to the Cubs it was naturally noised around thai Johnny ISvcrs would not he alone in managing the team. It is even true that Bresnahan, kept out of the game because Jimmy Archer was holding down the job at the plate, tried hard enough to have a place in the management. Roger was continually picking -Evers' pinch hitters for him, and whether or not Johnny accepted his judgment, it was quite -irritating for the latter. "Who are you pitching today, was a common-query from the bleachers and Johnny did not- like it u bit. Jt is probably true that friction resulted. When Bresnahan did get in the game he didn't show any of the old ability that made him famous. He was continually letting in runs by passed balls, throwing wild to second and even failed to show much with the stick. But this year, working under Hank O'Day, it's different. Bresnahan hiniT self is different. He is riot tire fat, slow-moving giant tha.'; he was. It's a.thinner and quicker Bresnahan that is 'doing the hulk of the catching for the fast-climbing Cubs during the the prolonged absence of Jimmy Archer, who was badly injured. Bresnahan is a greater star than he ever was. He put in the off sea- son training down, and now weighs less than he ever did. That twenty 'of! has done much to help the CuUs. But the greater question is the ap- parent harmony between O'Day and Bresnahan, who by past performances has the right to believe himself a better manager than O'Day. HAVING FINE SEASON OF GOLF AT MACLEOD Sons found things cotiling their way a' little.lwttfer '.Vllsc half.'endcd' with teai'iis hat- on ..'nearly, even t terms, tliough Stmve was called iipo'n' to save a couple of sharp shots just before the whistle blew. SECOND HALK TIic Sons v.-erc seen pushing mat- ons'of the four and .has scored more Medlau'd, Jst Devonshire, and Pte. runs. In addition to thai, he is a 8th Scots, take the subsequent outfielder, better or Jac-kson, and on a" par Canadians won range prizes in the Sprater aort. Milan. He asjKing-s rlrst stagei as a streak, lias a great is j 300 yards, Col.-Sergt. Stbddart, 32nd, never hurt "or out ut condition. hasn't as much temperament as some uiTlhe others, hut he plays as good Burns is undoubtedly the greatest all around outfielder the Na- tional league has known .in many years. HOLES never show unexpectedly. And Holeproof fits the ankle perfectly. More than a million peo- ple wear Ho- comfort and reliability. But-few know what- it costs to combine such istyle with the comfort and "the guaranteed six months' Please let us tell you.' .Then gojry these hose. For Men, Women and Children We buy only the finest-yarns, and we pay an average of 74c a pound for them. 32c is the price of common yarns. Then we use every modern machinet re- gardless of what it costs though such a machine betters only a single stitch. We spend for inspection J'ust to ffttard against the smallest flaws n the finished product, Six pairs of Holeproof will near half a year without holes or tears.- Thai is guar- If any of the six pairs f nil In that time, we'll replace them with new hose free. I Try six pairs of cashmere for men and wo-' moo or the sheerest weights in cotton or si lie. Sec how these hose last. See wbat it means __ to fcaye bose that don't need doming.. Holcprooi Hosiery Company of dnadi, ltd., London, Ontario 'pJO per box nnd up for six pairs ot mcnM; 82.00 per bos flttfl up f or alx piilrB of perbnx (or lour pairs of In- Women's cadhmOfS W.OO for nix pairs. Abovo boxes guaranteed three for tli rco palm of Holeproof 13.00 per box for three pairs at women's silk Holeproof BOMB silk thres mentis. (562) BB 6B m m m i.n, wBipuHHia The Simpson Co. Limited Agents for LetUridge I ir. three minutes anil then the 'Seas took it down and Urennan manoeuvred lor a kick sent the ball from the left nice precision, wucb Overlook the" The Sons took a turn at of that rapid-fire' play and Lush was kept on the qiii vive for about ten minutes, '-'the- So'iis finally getting through with the equalizing goal. Bestwick '.and Laverick were the re- sponsible-parties in this tally. Best- wick secured on the: side Hue and cen- Baseball Eclat Here Tomorrow Evening The All-American" Girls' Baseball Sergt. Bullock, 35th, 500 Falconer, 23rd; Pte. Lowry, 27th; Gunner Xoble, 31st, each 600 McLean, 24th, Gunner Noble, Snecia'1 Brown, Toronto, fourth' The Canadian garden party vas largely attended. Hon. G. H. -Perley, acting. Canadian High Commissioner, Macleod, July enthu- siasts in MacicotI are having an ex- ceptionally tine season this year and interest in the game is very keen. Several competitions have already (been pulled oft" and on Wednesday last a further strops competition was in- dulged !n which resulted in a victory for Dr. A. H. N. Kennedy after a, close tussel with Messrs.' Campbell Calgary and McGladdeiT. The following table! shows the standing of the players af-! tcr the conclusion oi the day's play: Net j Score H'd'c'p. Score NATIONAL IJus.lon L', IMttsburg n. New Vork 12, Cincinnati 4. Philadelphia S, Cliicago 13. Brooklyn 2, Si. Louis 1. AMERICAN Detroit 1, Xew York 1. St. Louis-Boston, rain. Cleveland 2, Philadelphia fl. Chicago Washington 5. AM. ASSOCIATION fi, Minneapolis, 2. Louisville 7, Kansas City 5. Indianapolis 1, Milwaukee 12. Cleveland 5, Si. Paul 1. FEDERAL Indianapolis 3, Pillsburg 5. St. Louis Baltimore 5. Chicago 5, Brooklyn 1. Kansas City-Buffalo, rain. INTERNATIONAL International games today NORTHWESTERN Spokane 3, Arancouver 1. Vancouver 4, Spokane C, Victorig 3, Uallard I. Seattle 7, Taconia 2. CANADIAN 8, London 3. 'Ottawa 5, Toronto 3. No otber games. WESTERN CANADA Ebsy for Moose Jaw tlegina, Sask., July 23. Kurfesa out- pitched Berger and the .Mi'ilers defeat- ed the Red Sox, getting an even break on the series. Wilde got three of the six hits made off Kurfees. Moose Jaw 5 9 0 Regina.. 16 2 Kurfess and Wally; Berger and Har- ris. A Mess Is Right Saskatoon, Sask., July 2o. Another mess of errors characterized the con- chiding game of the. series with the Eskimos. Thirteen errors for four- teen runs was the score: hits being a secondary consideration. Kraft aiid Northrup were botii derrlckeiLi-i Edmonton ....712 7 Saskatoon 7 1) 6 Kraft, Hewitt and Lemieux: Fortier, Northrup, Beer3 and Walters. Bronks Won and Tied Calgary, Alta., July Ream's stealing home imt the wholfe Medicine Hat infield in the air and the Bronks had no trouble in "winning the first ame. Dunnit. came hack strong in tiie second game, but. the best they could" do was to tie in. eleven innings. Medicine Hat 1 7 II Calgary 9 7 0 Martin and Bliss; Hynes and Wein- hoit. Second game: Medicine Hat 5 S .1. Lemley holt and Bartli; 5 LeomiE and has offered some prizes for team ag- L. Kenn-ey Dr. A. Kennedy..-: 4ft J. Campbell 52 C. P. McC.ladilery 50 D. G. JIcKnazlB 39 0. .M. Simpson 55 Ito. D. McKcnzie J. B. Haillie 64 gregates, following the practice of the late Lord Strathcona, who did this for some time. club "who. arc booked to cross" tred the hall, where- Lavcnick fasten- with- chih, are one. of ed on'and kicked in as Lush ran out strongest, nnd highe hats the salaried ladies' to meet the attack 'of the team on the road, 'ffiis r.Iuh lias on- chargirig forwards.1 i-ly hesn in Caiisda since the 6th of The progress of the play was re- June, and has .seven shut-outs to its pealcdly stopped just now by oft-' credit, and only lost 5 games to sides and fouls and th6 advantage data. was alternating frequently with the; The arc the loam 'the -present- shewing very J .that won from score much in doubt. At thi! 24 minute stage of the. of 3 to 1, and also beat Moose vSaskatoon ami Medicine Hat. Jaw, This Collins to Stay With Athletics Philadelphia, Pa., July T. Collins, the Philadelphia Ameri- cans' second (baseman, has renewed his contract with the world's champions "for a number of years." In making the announcement last night Connie Mack declined to state the length of time the contract is to run. Admiral Pillsbury calculates that (he Gulf stream game the 'Seas managed to squeeze' club conies highly recommended, and tons of water per hour. What a grand in the from-a corner the'biggest .crowd of the season is j estimator oE baseball attendance his kick by Robertson, who picked the looked for at the ball park tomorrow ball out of a scrimmage and planted, night. it in the net. The were allowed two more corner kicks and the Sons the same The Medicine Mat paper says that if half of fhR teams in the Western Canada league had first and second number, before the game terminated, j tackers like'the Ail-American Girl but they were unproductive. Baseball club, there would probably Brennan came close-to registering I be another tale (o loll.- This club, a third time in the last fifteen min- not only feature Miss Maud Nelson utcs, the 'Seas charged, but he kicked tiie ball high over the bar. FENCERS FROM ABROAD Will Meet Yankee Swordcmen at New York This Tail the champion lady pitcher of the world, hut-each and every girl knows and plays the game like a profession al. We don't pet a chance to see a real ladies' hall club but-once in five years, and this is certainly one, so come 'out and root. Date, Saturday, July 35th, G.3Q p. m. Admission 50 New York, N.Y., July ntenmtional sporting event has been arranged for this year. Dr. Graeme M. Hammond, -president of the Amateur Fencers' league of America, has just returned from a convention of in- ternational fencing delegate's in Paris, announced that he had1 completed all arrangements for a competitive meet- ing helwoen Belgian and American amateur and that the ev- ent would take place at the Astor. Hotel In thti latter .part of Novem- ber. Belgium will'send-over a team of either four or five fencers, who will engage In foil and duelling sword competition. Sthers have, by mutual arrangement, been ignored. ENTRIES FOR CUP .ARE SCOTT IN ORDER All teams wjthin the city boundary who (ffisire to enter for the.Scott Kootball Chip com- petition, ate requested to hiaka application on or before August, 7 to the Secretary, 503 Fourteenth stretst South. Application must be .acconi- panled -by: a ads would make. R. F. Barnes T. B. Martin. F. Morris P. Tonkin J. McLarty Miss N. Baillie F. McRac M. E. Grey 70 65 65 76 77 81 d -10 -10 8 -15 LAWN BOWLINS AT TABER Taber, Alta., July Monday evening next all those interested in the formation of a lawn bow'ing elub will meet in the town hall at S p.m. There are several old bowlers in Ta- ,her, and they are confident that they can put up a team or two here which would take a lot of beating. r t j NATIONAL New York- Ml 32 .niO Fliloago..................... SO 37 .575 St. Louis M 40 .551 Hoston 40 44 .476 Cincinnati.........._____ 39 47 .453 Philadelphia 37 45 .451 Pittshurg.................. 36 36 .439 Brooklyn.................... 35 45 .438 AMERICAN Philadelphia 53 32 .624 Dostcn 48 40 .545 Washington 4fi 40 .535 Detroit 47 42 .528 St. Louis 43 43 Chicaeo '..........44 43 .50C New York 35 48 .422 Cleveland 28 58 .333 INTERNATIONAL Baltimore Rochester Providence Buffalo Newark Toronto Montreal Jersey City 52 48 48 40 40 32 27 32 S6 37 40 41 45 54 5S .636 .591 .565 .545 .471 .372 .318 STOP RACING AT :MINORU PARK British Columbia Government Objects to'Vancouver Meeting Vancouver, B.C., July J. Bowser, attorney-general, arrived from Victoria today nnd announced that he would immediately cause to be initiated a prosecution against the Miiioru Park racetrack, with a view, to closing the race meeting at Lulu Is- land. The pari-niutuel system of bet- ting Is carried on at Minoru. The government contends that the pai'i- mutuel system of betting is a form of gambling. Naw Outfielder for Senators Washington, D.C., July 28.-rM. F. Mitchell, an outfielder of the Plttsburj Nationals, has been bought by Mana- ger Griffith of the Washington Amer- icans, and will report lierw t SLIPPE.R (3) Grouse owned by Hon. J. S. Hendrle, wliicli. scored iher third consecutive victory at ,Fort Eric during tiie ifcent Injury to i recent race meet.. She JB much the test province-bred sprinter naw in train- Washington's centre fielder, irtll kMf him out of the game a moath. ;