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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JULY 21, lOlG mil m mm The (Irm, i;am(>ii Cor tlu; cliauipion-flilp o� tlio llii-oo cily ihiirch Unmh � court.ii v/cru playuit uii Fridixy In racn'a olniTloii, ami ruuiiliud nr. tollows: rmnuv/orlli U, Guusn 8. fitojiioid, 11, Aiixl fi. Mun-uy 11, Cobblcilick 0. Toombi;, 11, Komiall 8. Iji-ymniu' 11, Draduiiburir i',, M. lJun:,\voi"cli ;;, ivjwiuth 11. Gauicr. Tur t.oninlit ijl 7 o'clock arc Blujiford VI-;. L. Uuua-.voith, and Ua-wortli v;i, Brymnor. TIIE LETHBRIDGE DAILY IIERALD -------.......I � - ............' -- PAGE THREE RACE MATINEE THIS WEEK BASEBALL SCORES Dri;oklyn . .. 1 BoBton ... . ' Pliiladcliihi.i ChU;a;,'0 . . . iVi-.v.- Yoil^- .. Pilt!;biii;; . ., at. Louir. .. Cliicinnau .. NATIONAL .........48 ,. ..44 . ...44 . ...4ri .....on AMERICAN ..40 ..3S 32 .GOO N'ov/ York..... .....52 37 .r,S4 .�23 ,oVl 1 nin.i.cin........ .....4'J .07 .670 35 .0.^-7 i Clcvuland..... . ....^0 30 .r,b2 44 AM iW.iEhir.gton ... .....4S 30 .5rj2 42 .ISl 1 Chica;;o...... .....4C 40 ..-,3.0 42 .lOR ifJcln-il....... .....-10 44 .r,ii 4S .44'.) if.t. Lriuir,...... ....2S uO 54 .393 Phlladcltihia ... ____l.'i 03 �TOO FOR WEDNESDAY HOLIDAY ^ ^ -J- -I- ^ -f + -r FIVE' RACES ARE ON CARD SATURDAY GAMES LcTOUc Liadcrc Win Two PittiUiurg. .riily 22.-Ilrooklyn deloat-od l"iUt,bur;: in both of today's games, SATUF.'JAY GAiilEia Shay/kcy Win; for Yanks Kcv/ Y(jrk, .July 22.-New York do-R.-almi St. Loui:; i,i the s-uoond !?amc tho firiit 7 to 1 and the f.c'cond 3 to 2.lor what v.-a:i to have beo;i a dcublc-in lii Innint'ii. Pfcrfcr kept tho bite .header, 1 to U. The fjra .-aiac: wac Gcattcrcd hi tl'.o firi,l f;amo. while portioned en acco-uit of wet 'crouvAi^. Kantlchncr v.-aa hit hard in the firr.t f;ha\vkcy oxc,.::r,d D.ivcU;>,vrt in n two lnnin,c;r.. In the. rxcond game a : pitchersi' battle, '.h,; .\ow York pitch-part;, two Inncld ;;inglc!; and a !!at:-l-!er hoidin;; hi: opp;,uC;r.lf. to fcur hitr. Ijcu nv in thf; nttocnth scored tho win. IA groat running (at.h by Oldrinf:! Ua.'-t v.eck old J-j,ii\Lr PI'jviur. wcit on t!.a ranip-,'j._ and y,iii the openlnu race matin.:c c' tl^c oca-oon on the itilr.k. '.he proiTiOt-era an ylad the farrrx,-^ got \.hj rain and are co'-3 itac;c t.-..i mcot on th-! Wed.'.,, .-'iv aftcrnocn h.-.l* holiday thia v---k, Tho n-.cit has b::.r. wc'\ arjvcr-tistd thia tlmo, anJ v;:t.h the Mc-Clain and other [)o-U hcjrs:.c ;,o?i--Injj in tt:ero chouij bo filcn^y of cxci^anncnt. Homer .'"a: iz a v.nole chov/ In himoelf. He hac .TppcT.-cJ here a', tr.c fair mct'-i, .ii'.d bij vvinnin;^ lJi.t year h.iv.; rrarr.ccJ Kiv. .-.a on= o' the hjot. There wlil be three h^irncii; ra^.;.3 and tv/o for runr.ero in r.-ak-biQ i p:-agrar.i plotny bjng c.-,iuoh. Tl-.ii race: 'jr.o'-ld be o." nt ^.^-.o. Local rr.cn ivhc t ivc Leon connected with r;'cln3 for a tiir.c v.'ill handle the r.'.cet. A number cf .=!3y.T.ond hursca are CApj.'.ed a.ii quito a orowd from the south line El-c.ild be cn hand. Cliicago, .Tuly 24.-Trln Spo.lkcj-'i! part In Ueopint' Cleveland in the .^ipcr-lean loai'uo iiennant riici.' it^ :ihown In j piui.biiri; tho .avcruK.:;-. printed hiu-o today. In-' c.ludins Game;; played lant Wodnet.day Kpeakor incrc.astid hh, battinft averago to .ZiiO and Icady Iho.hl'.tcrr iif hiu league in total ba.Mjs with 103 and in rune bcor.id v.-itb 07. Cobb ii; ahead In f.iolen bat.o!; with 30. Kddio CcUiu!. In !;'.ieriCiee hit;; with ?.2, Buker in home runr, with eight and Dstroit in club batlinj; with .225. Tho Inadins baticrr; v.dio havo played in at least hair the raaie;; of the club arc: Cobb Clocn to Jackson ?:p:;tkcr, ricvoland, .::S9; Jackron. f'hici.iro. .300: Cpbb. I-etroit, .3:"7; Burnn. Dt;trolt. .300; Hobiitzel, Co.^ton .204; Sholton, Et. Lnuir. .2:)4; Nunaaa-Iccr, Xew York. .203; Hlch. Now York. , .2SS; Gtnink. Philadelphia, .2S4; Thomas, Boiton, .2S3. l,eadinK pitcher,? for 15 games. ninK run for Brooklyn. Fir!,t !.:am.2- ! Bro(jklyn...... . 7 13 1 . 1 ,S 1 Kantlchnar, 0 4 0 ; 1 7 Oj Sh-.'-wkcy i 3 8 I-foKer and McCarty; Cooper and Vv'ihon. r,o,"ond (ran;c- Brooklyn Pittsburg Chen' maiix, Miller and �ch;iiidt. P.eds Win for Matty Cincinnati, Ji:ly 22.-By bunthinK i ning tally in the li fd>. hii;; th.: Lliali inning, which tal-'.'�-ovciith innin- el avcd him In tho o!;:hth. St. l.ouiE................ .Vc.w York ............. Davenport ar.d fjnvcreid; and Xuuattiaker. j Tigerr.-P.cd Sox Split j Eo.'don, July 22.-Eof.ton Aviieriranc i and Detroit rplit a double-heJ,d,;i-. Do DISTRICT NEWS '^1^ � ,   : \,.r, " ,, troit winmnt: th,- fir; t 4 t,. 3, arul Bo;; i bero ar.'ain, this ll.r.: to li .ney ?.xariiualHl and MiUer; Ma-,,^^^\,^^ ,. r,.,M,'r. thrco ^.v^-'i. houco. They have , MlUer and t,chmidt. ba'^c'ior to riTht in the ninth ccoret ; rr".i! other ceulr;;.cl: U Earned Won LoEt Runs; CuUop, Now York .... n 1 .1.15 MOi'ton. Clovciand .... 11 2 .1.02 May:;. Boston........ 3 .1.^:0 Pvur,;;c!l. Chicaso...... 10 4 1.22 Kuth, E;-)i.ton......... 14 0 2.33 Fab.^r, Chica.'jo ....... 7 3 2.1 S 11. CovolcLkie, Detroit.. 12 .0 l.r.5 S. Covcleckie. Cleveland 12 0 2.-14 Williai:-.:;, Chira^'o ..... 0 3 1.97 Johnson. Vi'a;;hin.':'on .. .10 10 2.04 bax^or to rirht in the ninth ccorec I3i;rn� v.'ith what prov..,l to Lc the win t K.-iUj,'.-. In th'^ ..... - _____ li:: r-,iitcrt Lewir. �lied I'l.ur run;;. CiriCinnati won from , roblo.l Cobb Z;E a thiv.o-b.Tcc hit by ,rot-I riill.-.delphi.i h,::-o today 4 to 2. Chal-tinr hir, drivi to ict* ^vlth one hand incK! pitched yood ball up to the :.lxth |again2t the r;or3 'crrird. v.'hon In that iniiinp; eyory ctaa on the | Firrt iramo- lociil team faced hitn, while Kour.ch Detroit...... fame up tv/iec, strlkin.t! .lut both times the laf.t timn with the basci? lull. Philadelphia........... 2 0 0 Cincinnati ............. 4 10 1 Chalmorr. and Kcl'.ifcr; Moseby and Wint'o. Cardinals Beat Boston ' St. Louiii, July 22.-St. Louis' lead of ti>: rnnz v.-as too much for Eostoa tn : overcon.o and the locals wen hero to-' , , -,. ^, .. , day, C ic 4. F.a�an and Barnes allov,-- i . ^3^ning.c;i ju,y j - ^n.?rriyc ed tour hits each. ,^^^?:e =nd Amrm;th ;. dc;,blo tntno T ,-,;- r in r, 12th i.-i.Tin,s enabled V. a;nington to ^'"''^" heat Chicaso, 2 t,-, 1, th.- fourth local victory at the f.o-'.-^:, ci I'.y. rarac:. Chi- DURD-TT (From the Crasty L3i;e CazcttJ) Bishop and Curi'ic;-. coi;tracturs, are l;ai:;h A. 11. taken sc. cr.i! other cenlr;;. There hn.s been '.'.mi paid otit iu r,rain chequer, by ;"!... he:- a.id S;ju, local ;.ayl.;i;; asona .oi the 3urdct'-clevatci-s, frci:i >iov. I te I'jiy 1 j, 1010. Mr. Bird, tho p.-u'.r ;,1 'l;e :t'-tl;-i odist church, h^is f;; '�rn to b'al.d , the McthodiEt .Maof-, . !'.e ha;; tiio base-1 ' tncnt completed. J"..' .!:�; kind o; ; � � 7 I'pr'.achor necdcj In 'Ir.' �. st. f.horo, Mays, , Mrs. C-. V/. Robhu.,;-., ;:i;ter an iil- ; I nOSB of f.'.'O weeks, p,iS3C;i to tho Olh'jr ; ; side la';t Friday. TIk- liir.cral ��.as;  1^ * - : held Cia.-.day from the home, uo.'th of; .1 4 1 i rtMrciet;. .-ind wa.'-, tlj: lar:;cst held in Jacaer. Dubuo. and .Oakcr; Leonard, j Burdctt for years. ! and .i..c'nov.- -nd Thorjas. } Clyde Eelf, the r;-'V, p.land J.P., 1 Boston........... : MilrhcU and M^Kee : Foster and 0 ad--. Second game- Dctr,-,it........... i Boston ............ appear liiat we rhal! still have to wait lor Lor.'.ethinj .'fithentic. Gcctge rUautui:. ol the 2nd '.'.M.P.., j who;.!. d.....h v.'a;; leporlcd i.; tii.; Re-'-lew ani also in the djili,s a short ti.T.o li'-.j. u: now Jiscovered to be alive. .Tcph P.css rec jl-.cd a letter fro.ii him on N\'oiincsday, d,it,;d June 2:th, in whieii tho wnter states lie was | woui.U.d i.-. the Ics; and is nov/ in the j hospi-,a:. Kc mentions that "he was ' knocked out o: hutiucss he day before Occd f'riday and has no'v been an in-mato of the ho.'.pital for n;ne weeks.' He docs act c>.i;c:ct to ha-e to r.o tn tile Zront a:,'ain. Tho Review Is .^'lad indeed to make th;:; announccie;;!. and trists it v.-ill not'be Ion':: bo.cr? iCcorro is EUlTieieutly reco-.ered to return hero. Ser.atori V,'in 12th to be the raanascr o;' tho lo^al store of the Southera AlLeri.i Hardware Co. BLACKLIST MAY EE UNFRIENDLY Nolo this �.11-h.cT/i. AP Cood' year Service otaiior.s ihr.iJ it. Ooudyccr Tire:, T'.i'jcs a.r..i Tire Sa-JcrAccfSsnHa arccd:yto nl,:.i:n from titer,: C'.ry 'ukere. GRASSY LAKE I From the '^1:110) ____ C 10 0 Boston ............... 4 6 1 Doak and Gonzales; P-agan, Barnes, Nehf and Gov.-dy. ..............^___________ Cub3 \Vhale Gianto i "v'-,^eVV*bunt.' ' v,'ashingto.-. ;'Ou;d do'; ri-'n'-ly occupied by the Chlcar-o, Ju!v 22.-Cub batters, led ,.i.thinp with 3en: uiv;i! the nir.th, ; J-^-Tcs-Dav.cs. Chris: �.mse by Flack, wr::i three singles and ^ ; v.-i,er.'Moellor's bunt and Foster': : arc cmplyiny t;,e c_;iar pscrara home run, cni by Fischiir, who hit a jinrle brought .Sussell t..-^ the rescue ' to"/ I" cccujiucy cy fell fi,-;h1in^'; f-'-'J-s, V.'atssn and to. base's and i"=::"o'er, is o.\pcviti ETZIKOM HAS BALL TEAM Et'.:lkom, July 24.-Our ball team ir,|homer in tho same round that Flack -j-;.,-,^ �,-halk slipped an,l sure -oi.-ii; sonie. .Vs Jawn McGraw did, hammered Porritt for a five to.j,,,,^., mo-.^j/ ir.r, would'say, wo have rinick a natural lone victory over Now York tC' F,ait. Our lost victim:; were Bull Head ,\'ai'.i:hn v.as in great form and ex, Bulto and C(;rie;Ucrvil!o. A game is in the fourth, had the Giants at now b.dng arranVcd v.'llh Burdctt. This .mercy, iChicago - -will be idaved at Foremost. Wo ro-' Chica./o .............. '> f Ij Galiia, Johnson and Menry an.:i Am . . '� " 1 Eenz, Russeli and Ichalk. j atfe.y.m,? th. \Vathinio.i, .fuly 10.-.Action on 'Great Eriiaiu s b'..ick!Lt of r.varly one Ihundr.-.d firms doir;:; busiues; in the i Un.ted fiaioi, 'inJcr the ter.T.s of the ltradis.g-v.-ith-tV.e-ene.ri/ a.-.t. is hc!u,y cigo se.-'red in tho t;vth cn .I-arphv'r > P-i.-^hop ani Courier :r," ~oiur' -o pu' i^'^'^'l tho st.ite dcp:ir. .-.te.'-.t vi'ih !hit and Henrys ncr into ri-'ht Cold or > a nc-,'-glass in tha wliidow^ortTie 'tore ->-P^ af icr tho first inning while the local bonon. how he did gul Ho is at his pUchers wore hit hard, fame old trick this year, and and the ; P'l-laJolphiu........ way lie has been going lately Johnson , Cinclr.nati ond Eigbee better watch cut. Kip- i batliur: .�:37 for Butte tolas'"' Toney and V/ingo. S 13 0 1 S 2 Alo->:ander and i-Cillifor; Schulz, Knet- lor'c jingic. Both Groom and Weil man were effective icr St. Louis. St. Louia................ 5 0 0 Cleveland ............ 2 7 0 Groom, V,"oilman and Severoid; Gould, Kicpfer and Daly. A V/'ierd Gafne Detroit, July 23.-Chicago defeated Detroit 12 to 0 today in tha wildest, wlerdest game played hero iu a decade. Chicago made 20 hits and j used five twirlcrs. tho Tigers obtain .Uo-.vn, ^Z.vi'ii was t!i transfer. both i Eureka M'jnici.niify hsr jbig King read gra.lcr. Th;:..' are sior'--j _ _ i ing -vork on the rcaii se;:.h ;rnni tow:; | as jocn as tho gra:!. r atri.es. : Mrs. E. E. K'lts was ir. to.vn Tuesday a t'l rer.ert.?. that thsir crOi s to the extent cf .';'0 acres had been cr.-' tirely haib;d cut on Men;!ay eftcr:io:;;. This land wzs in -.vhoat, oat.- a:id ha-v. The KuRf, iilaro is about 12 miles south --vest cf .ov.-.-'.. 0: T; Laihrcp stepped ot a n.-i': yesterday a:"-cr:-.con running it 'hrou; h tho shoe and into tho foot fGilo-.vlu;'; the grabbing e: a gopher in th; icr;-noon v,-h;ch him through o;:; 0; the fingers of his left hand. .Y.w he still has one fco'; in good condition. .e i;o-v general .1. H. '.':.t;.on. 3 arrive this ; p,3^^^_ , blaOziist have resulted in ; the rrmoval cf their na-mes, 1 Hill h-,r pu'.-- _______ I fror:. Kj,"an ;:-:h east cl co-'.sidcration CANADA DRINKING L-EG LIQUOR: Ottawa, July 2').-Canada s ccn- ' dr..p- ru-.-i:i-.t:en of alchclic be-.-crage rei f.*om ..;72 a gallon per ';apit.-i to "7-1=^ per capita i.t the f.scil y>-ar just er.ded. aeeoreing to returns an:-.;;unecd today by the i;-:land re-.'cr.ue dcr.arL--xer.t. The conFumr'cioc of tobac:;, als-. shc'^T a failing o-f of ironi :i4-'7 pca'ads to 3220 pounds per capita. port is .now Johnson's .3'J4 and Eigboo's .3dS. THIS IS RICH Cuba Win Again Chicago. July 23!-Chicago bunched hits off Eonton and Anderson, easily Amsterdam, via London, July ^-7-i,winning tho final game of the scries Poaors ha -c been t;a:;tcd on the walls , ^.^.^..^ y,,,.,^ 5 3. q,.^,,^ 1 VA of barr.ick3 in G!;;;nt s.atin.g that no-;, j j^^^,., j^^^,,,!, i,,:,ldii.s his opFon-i^^^"f EOtlatlonu have bre.: openc;! between' Debt the Unit.-Jd States and Germany fo the cvac;i.ttiou ot CelgiuiTi, according to Echo nelgc. .'vccording to tho postern Germany it; preparon to withdraw I from Jjelgium on tiio payment of an ndcrnnity of 40,000,000,0-0 raarkc. The Ktho Beige comments sarcastically on this proposal, term.ing the proposed indemnity "a mere lle.x bile." _ : : : : >  bass; BALL TONIGHT a 1 *!" )* I ) 1 i A baseball game has been arrungcd for tonight bef.veen Knu.x. Juniors and St. Patrick's Junlorii. Thlu will take place at the Barracks grounds tonight .at 7 o'clotd' o' ,,itran�f6rrin~ the pert etflca from Miss V/iluams, D,-intonh, C'.cotto, V; oil-1 g .,icMillan to MVc.Eva Hudc.M:, gang and Sehalk; tloland, Ctmningham buc, DauEB and "Caker and McKee. I 1 SHELL ORGER FOR. $3,C:0.C'0O Phil.-idolphin. July 20.-Annou:'.:;-nicnt that it had closed a contract lor 5:,COO f.'-elvc-inch shells with tho en-t,?nto alliOE Wis a''.adc tonight by tho ;.:idvalo Steel a.td Ordnance company The � contract arccttnts to about ;;�,000,0:0. SENATOR FOR REBUKED INTERFERING CASEMENT IN APPEAL \Vashin.gton, J'uly 22.-Whea Senator Mariint today again pressed his resolution to have resident 'iVilson uge a stay of execution for Sir Roger Casei-Qcnt" ChairmaQ. 2rnno. of the foreign rclalio-s committee, told tho Rarlden; Keeping Coo! and Happy, in Summer is easy for the man who knows what to eat. Keep cool and comfortable by eating Shre'Jded Wheat Biscuit with fresh fruit and green vegetables. Make Shredded Wheat your meat during the oultry days. It contains mote real bodybuilding nutriment than meat or eggs. Serve with berries or sliced bananas or other fruits. No other gmics schcdtUed. PACIFIC COAST SATURDAY GAMES Portland B, Salt Lake;'' S. Oakland 4, Los Angolos, 3. Vernon i>, San Franciuco 4. SUNDAY GAMES Morning game- Oakland 7, Lon Ancclea 1. .�Vltornooa game- Oalcland 2, Los AngclcD 6. �Portland !), Salt La}v>3 S. Morning game- ..... Vernon 0, San'Frapclqco,' 4.f Al'tornQon eamOTr,'. - -. _ ,,1, Vernon 5, San Franolsco 6.:.. ----.\ r NORTHWESTERN No other games scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION  SUNDAY GAMES First ,garnc- '.  Minneapolis, 2. Columbus 1. . Cacond gaaii.- Minneapolis 11, Columbus 4. First game- Kansas City, 1, Louisville 0. Second game-' Kansas City 9, Louisville (J. First game- Milv/aukoo, 5, Indianapolis 9. Second game- Milwaukea 3, Indianapolis 7. First game- St. Paul 3, Toledo 2. Second Earnest. Paul 0, Toledo 7. � coming, term. posed Senator .Vlartino's resolution. SATURDAY GAMES SpokauQ, 3, Tacoma.'2. Great Falls, 4, Seattle 3. �Vancouver 11, Butto 2. SUNDAY GAMES First game- ' ��'.,. Seattle, 1, Great Falls'O,' Second game- Seattle, 2, Great Falls 3. Vancouver, 0. Butte S, First game- Taeoma 2, Spolcnno 7. Second game- Tamoca 7, Spokano 1. INTERNATIONAL Made in Canada SUNDAY GAMES First game-. Richmond, '2, Newark 3, ' Ssicond game- Richmond 2, Newark 3, , . BQltimcni at Proyidence, ,ra'ln. No others sohetUiletl. . PATRIOTIC ACRE PLAN A SUCtiUoa MocBo J:,w, July 22,-^Tho grain grown on tuo land sot aside by the Grain Growers' Association of Saskl-toon, known as the r,atrlotic acre scheme, is now being ground in a local mill, and v/he.i completed �^'111 produco tho huge total of 3,20O,00u pounds of flour, or SO carloids, loaded at tho miuimum. JUDGEMENT RESERVED l.NI KELLY'S APPEAL Winnipeg, July 22.-Judgemeat was reserved lu the Kelly roBorve case, which was concluded yesterday. An application or bail, in- tho event of a new trial being allowed, was made on bohall oC tho prisoner by H. Hartley Dewart, K-C. Chief Juetice Howell Said he preferred to consider tfiat question after dealing wiUi the General lEBuo. At least a week and probably .a longer time, will elapse before Judg-niept Is rendered. Chief Justl,-,o Howoll Intimated that, in his opinion, the accused should not havo been i'ound guilty of thoft and of reoelviag in connection with the samo trani-ftotion. HICH Rlv'ER (Fruni the Times) R. . H.' Itobcr'LSon, mayor of Bow Island, .and v'i e, v.iih .V,'.r. aad "dis. Wens and their two sons matored up to Caylev, and spent tho. week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Campbell aud other friends. Claud -M. -Miller, of Pin.^hcr Creek, v.-ho has bccu c.tiploycd v,-ith the B.ir U fora fov.- weeks, Avau arrested o.i Sunday by the R.N.W.M.P., on.a warrant lor stealing a horse at Pinchor Creek. Ho v.'as taken back to -MacleoJ for trial. . Mies McLcod, who ir, leaving town 00 .August.Ist fur Ottawa, has secured I the .position of head operating nurse I'a,, the Ottawa Protectant hospital. A'jBOsl distressing accident ooourcd onrwCtJncEciay, July 12, to Miss Liela Btoiit'p .;the eight year old daughter 0!  Mr." and Mrs. C. W. Stout, of Frank-, btirg. In company with her tv.-o sisters ' Sbo was returning home from school; In her little can, when tho pony began i to kick viciously, and struck her on i tho head, inflU;tlng very serious iit-jurjcc,, .^Id was Immediately sum-1 mbne'd'tvand she was taken at once to ; theirHl^'ti River hospital, whore every-1 thhSg-poSsiblo was done to sa^�o her i lli'6,.Sho died on Friday, July 14, from fracttiro of the skull. eOW ISLAND (From the Review) Tho LothbrJ.d^o Herald statci this wools that Caia. Rov. a, G. Wilkeas, who .ficui'cd so pro'mincntly in dis-palch!?6ia .sliort tiinc aso, and who was at first ropod-od killed', is now report-id. a prisoner at GutUrsloU. Tho Review, however, has been Informed that wor4 has boon received by tho South-orh' Alborla Mission at Cardston, from one of its members'at tha front, that Rev. Wllkons was killed by a shell. In his letter to Joph-Ross this week, Geo. Shantonalho alludes to tha d^ath ot. M^j Wilkijuft.. Altegutber U wotilti.. MATINEE PSOORAM. R.ACES ^StART AT 2:30 O'CLOCK . (cj- GBEEN RACE Trot or Pace 1^ Mile Heats, 2 in 3. ENTRIES: Prohibition; Nick Carter; Reuben Kirk; Dick Wells, Jno. Fuurman -RUNNING'RACE . 9^ Mile Basil, open to all comers. BbYS'-^PONY-RACE I .", , 5! of a. Milo Heats, Open to all. (a) FREE EOR ALL PACE Mile Heats, 3 in 5. ENTRIES; Homer Mack, 2:061/4; Garland Mack, 2:0514 trial time; Baldue. (b) 2:25 PAci OR 2:20 TROT Mile Heats, best 3 in 5 ENTRIES: Pathfinder; 0. U. W.; Subboa; Al-leen DIII011. Horses Coming from Raymon^d and Magrath Admission s 2Sc rxEANi) 'STAND FREE. VEHICLES FREE ENTRIES TO BE MADE ON THE GROUNDS AT SECRETARY'S OFFICE, G.sW. HATCH, ACT; SEC, ;