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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. .JULY 2.ri. 1010 THE LrnmmDr.K DAILY HHIULD PAGE THREE Duncan Livingston, Letbbridge Visitor To Be Al St. Louis Meet. Among the trap shootoru will participate in HIP 17th Craud cau trapuhooting lournnmenl at St. Louis next mouth is IJimean Livings- ton, YoungiHown, Oliio, who is now .visiting hiti brothers, tlu: ruinous trio of local tnij) shooters. Mr. Livingston attended the meet last year am! clean- ed up a tiily number of prizes, lie lias been here for a couple ot' months and hug been keeping his hand in shooting over tlie local traps. A recent dispatch the tourney says: The prollmluary pro- gram of tins J7tli Ki-iiud American trapsliootiiig tournament, (o he held at St. Louts, Mo.. A'.igust 31-25. .shows several innovations planned. I'or five day shoot. Tim totirnanionl will open on .Mondr.y, August 21, with the St. Louis in'i'iihmtory, to be followed on Tiuwdity by the Moniul City over- ture and tlie national amateur chanip- at both .single and double tar- gets. Wednesday. August will be Siveu over to the preliminary handi- cap, while the grand American handi- cap will be shot on the following day. On Friday the consolation hand leap close the tournament. Entries will dose August ami the amateur championship shoot at single targets will bo confined to win- ner and runners-up in the various state championship shools held throughout the country this season, Ii] thy grand American handicap there bo eight yardage trophies I'or the contestants who shoot from the 1'! lo the yard mark a. but the winners of any of Ilio handicap prizes will not bi; permitted to qualify for a yurdagii tro- phy. Tin: grand American handicap was iirsl shot at Interstate Park. X.Y., in .June, 1900, and attracted 7-1 entries. Last season's event, held at Chicago. drew SS-1 entries after several had been rejected clue to failure to comply .-with the entry conditions. Trigger and Trap The Billings (Mont.) Rod and Gun club conducts u novel and interesting program of trap-shooting events mice each month for its Twenty- five turKfitK are thrown from Hi yards, five troni-lSj-'iivu from :iO, live from "2 ind live pairs of doubles. Hcsides lielus novel and interesting it provides the anembers with a wide diversity shooting. H is a program worlh adopt- ing. Ten traps will be in action at the Grand American Handicap shoot in St. Louis. Quite a number of trap shout- ers the far are planning to .visit Urn Mound t'ity for ihe tourna- ment, tlie blue ribbon event of traudoni I St. Patrick's juniors were the vic- tors last night in the baseball game with Knox juniors played on the bar- rack's grounds, the score being 1-1 to The sensational features of the game were tbo base stealing of path, and the fanning of two of the leading St. Patrick's hickory artists by pitcher W. Ridpath, with the bases full. Mr. Brandow was an efficient and impartial umpire. There were a num- ber of spectators. Another game will be played on Monday, July 31st. The teams were: Day. A. Ridpath, Ridpath, Patrick, Cameron, Donoon. Smith. St. Cholac, Ferko, Pinchak, Znback. Zuback, Pisko. BASEBALL SCORES Brooklyn Boston Philadelphii CIlieaKO New Vork SI. Louis 'NATIONAL 50 43 W -tl! 4i Phillies Defeated PitUihnrg. July 24. Pittshlirf; de- feated Philadelphia hy :i score !t to 1 here.1 today. Mainaux allowed the vis- itors only tin-on hits. The Phillies used Hire': Philadelphia........... .1 :i 4 Piltshlu-K.............. II 14 ft Demaree. lUayer. McQuillan. Adams and liurns; Mainanx and Oihson. No oilier gamps scheduled. AMEKICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis Toledo. Columbus. I; Louisville. It. Minneapolis, 7; Milwaukee fi. INTERNATIONAL Ric.hniond. 3: Newark 1. Baltimore, Providence 0. Montreal 0; Tnronlo 2. Buffalo--Rochester, postponed. NORTHWESTERN Spokane, Seattle 1. PACIFIC COAST First Portland, 0; Salt Lake 3. Second Portland Ii; Suit Lake 10. NORTHERN Dululll, I; Winnipeg 5. Superior 4; Kargo, U. AMERICAN Chicago Washington I'llllnclGlpliia 37 39 40 411 45 40 r.l. .580 .570 .557 .545 .541 .5115 AM Detroit Loses in 13 linings Detroit, July In a luti-d fought inning game today. Detroit lost lo Chicago hy score of to '2. The 'Sox won in the Kith. Until teams fielded well and the pitching good. Manager Jennings of Detroit, notified of his indefinite suspension for his argument with Xally in game. Chicago.............. 1- Detroit............... 2 9 (I Wolfgang. Lynn. Si-halk and Lapp: Coveleskle. .MeKee and Uaker. No other pauies scheduled. Exhibition Game Cleveland. July Cleveland Americans defeated the Vork Na- tionals :i to in an exhibition game here todpy. BIG FIELDS MATINEE RACES 1 All Starts Well Filled-Will be Eight Races on The Card Tomorrow afternoon Hie Aquatic i Club will Hold-11 picnic at the mile motorcyclo race. Jas. Ev- ans llrst, ntx second. Time, j Evans S.HO, Worcknnlz j Thus concluded the sporrs. The I.etl) bridge band was in attendance i aiding greatly in the success of the j day. In the evening a grand ball wag accompanied by the Lethbridge or- rthestra. Much credit Is due for the day's success to the indefatigable efforts of Ueimioit. R. W. Hvadshav.-, A. Peterson, H. Matkin and Mrs. A. Sheltoii, members of the general committee. Made from pare, cream of tartar Makes home baking easy. Nothing can equal it for making, quickly and perfectly, delicate hot biscuit, hot- breads, muffins, cake and pastry. Protects the food from alum. The difference in healthfulness of biscuits or cake made with Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder as compared with cheap alum powders should warrant its use in every home. Pte. Baxter Wins in His Class, But Pte. Walker of Kilties Is a Loser NON-INTOXICATING 'ALBERTA'S The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. Phone 554 During the boxing tourney at Sarcee camp last week. Pte. Baxter, a Leth- Abridge boy. and a member of the 175th Battalion won in his class in the sliig- the evening. Pte. Baxter was at one time brakeman on Canlston branch passenger irain. Pi.n. V.'jilk- Kilties was defeated in the j heavy weight, division. The Calgary j Herald account of these two bouts ,says: Corp. Rolph vs. Pte. Walker. j Corp. Rolph, v.-ell known in Calgary the 137th battalion, 'and Pte. Walker.the U3th battalion. Both were heavy favorites in their respec- tive units for the championship of the class. The first round had joitly gone a few seconds when Rolph 'scored a knockdown. Walker was not in as good shape as Rolph but carted a good punch. A shade to Rolph. Walker bad the better of the- second round for about half a round, but larold came back strong and forced Walker to call for time when the round was about half over. Walker was a game kiltie and came back into the third round only to as- .simllatc punishment until the referee showed his good sense and stopped the I bout, declaring Rolph (lie winner; Walker could only swing wild and was no match for the Calgary sluscor. Pte. Cooney vs. Pte. Baxter The first round started out. hammer and tongs, with honors oven. The only I attempt at science was when Baxter i lodged some of Coohey's swings. j ('oonoy iiiiuir. u iiiistako and hit Bax- 1 once when the latter was down. Ruitnd CVIMI. The second round was a repetition lot' the first and Cooney was nboifl out at (lift close of the. round, and (he bont was awarded to Baxter. Cooney presented tan battalion and Bax- ter the, 175ib battalion. This was the' hardest tight iip to that time ami aroused no end of' Town Genius Is In Trouble The remarkable genius of Joshua Tripe, the village sign painter of Dai- ley, .Mich., may in a suit for damages being brought against that village. Tripe, a few days ago, completed u mail course in sign painting, and to show his skill painted a board fence on the side of a barn standing along the main street. It. looked so natural that several farmers have skinned their knuckles trying to hitch their teams to it, and oven birds have at- tempted to light on it, slipping down the sides of the barn to the ground and flying away in disgust. The climax came, however, when Tripe's bulldog chased a stranger down the street, who, iu trying to get away, attempted to jump the supposed fence and nearly knocked his brains out. Several attorneys have already written the stranger, who gives bis name of Prelinghiiscn. offering legal aid in getting damages. _____ AT THE Agricultural Association Grounds WED. AFTERNOON MATINEE-PROGRAM. RACES START AT O'CLOCK f (a) FREE FOR ALL PACE Mile Heats, 3 in 5. ENTPIES: iHfl'mer Mark, Garland Mack, Baldue. PACE OR TROT Mile Heats, best 3 in 5 (c) GREEN RACE Trot or Pace y> Mile Heats, 2 in 3. ENTRIES: Prohibition; Nick Carter; Reuben Kirk; Dick Wells, Jno. Fuurman RUNNING RACE Mile Dush, open to all comers, f BOYS' PONY RACE f. of a Mile Heats, Open ENTRIES: Pathfinder; O. U. W.; Subboa; Al- leen Dillon. Horses Coming from Raymond and Magrath Admission 25e GRAND STAND FREE. FREE ENTRIES TO EE 'MADE ON THE GROUNDS AT SECRETARY'S OFFICE, G. M. HATCH, SEC. The new Overland 75 B has taken the Country by storm. Our capacity on this model is pushed to the limit. Five hundred a day, half of our output; is all that we can deliver of this one model. It looks as if that is not going to be enough. If you want yours now place your order quickly. Remember this new Overland is the world's most powerful low priced car. D. S. WILLIAMSON CO.. 320 9TH STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. PHONE 1546 Willys-Overland, Limited Office and Works, Welt Toronto, I 896 5 PMtenger Touring Car Roadster F, ,0.0. TORONTO 4 cylinder en bl 3W x 5" .t Streamline body Electric Electric Magnetic Hpeedometor Complete equipment ;