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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta mm. GREEK II E K A C 0 PAGE TIIRBB Philadelphia- Chicago 1'iUBburg New- York St.. Louis Cincinnati Sunday Games Philadelphia.. -I Cincinnati.... Meyer mill Williams; Killit'er, Dale, and Clarke. Only one National scheduled. Saturday Games Cliicago lioston....... 1 Lavender and Archer; Rudolph ami St. Louis 5 Brooklyn u UobinBon, aalloe and Snyder; Ruck- or, Smith, Douglas and Miller. Second game: St. Louis r, Brooklyn..... 1) Doak, Uriner and Suyde-r, Gonzalcs; Coombs mid Mi'ilor, I'iltiiburg New York.... S Harmon, Uenton, Kaiitlehnor DEFEATED 'CITY CLUB SECOND LINE PLAYERS SATURDAY AFTERNOON RAWORTH CUP DRAW St Augustin's tennis club triumph- ed over a city ciRht Saturday afternoon in an inter-club contest, taking three -matches jinciiiiuiu Lear and Clark; Wxey, Adams and Burns. AMERICAN 57 fill 54 'H 31 34 L. 33 3-1 4-1 51 51 58 Pel. Boston Chicago Detroit Washington New York Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia Sunday Games Cleveland 3 Philadelphia 1 Walker and O'Neill; Knowlaon and Lapp. Second game: Cleveland..... S Phi'.adelf.hia 4 Harstad and Egan; Cone, Bressler, W. Davis and JIcAvoy. Washington... 3 Detroit...... 2 Ayres, Oallia, Johnson and Henry; and Stallage. Boston 8 'St. Louis...... 3 Ruth, Mays, Gregg and Thomas, Cady, Carrigan; James, Loudermilk and Aguew. Second game; Boston..... 1 St. 1 Leonard, Collins and Carrigan; Kolb, Sisler and Agnew. Saturday Games Boston..... T St. Lo.uis...... 3 eand Layton (St. beat UuUer and Miner, U-7, 1-6 and Jack and Kenny beat Kob- inson and Nicholson, (St. 3-G li-0 and 0-1. li oral league macnates held a meeting hen: today, at which planu were discussed for an- other raid on orgunlziiil base- ball. According tu President James Gllmore. it was decided to svalt for a week or two, in ll.o lioiic t'Jiit Ilic decision ot .Judge Uilldls in Hie baseball suit would Landed down. Persons who claimed to know those on wlioiu Hie oral magnates have designs, vie Saicr, Ty Uobb, Eddie Collins, "Home Him' Baker and Grove.- Alexander, as most desired to the Federals. BIG ANNUAL AFFAIR LAST WEEK NEAR CONTEST STAGED Macleod, .liily annual race mooting was held at Heaver Creek tills weel: and as usual iiruvod a great The -weather was most perfect and a record attendance watched with kcMi interest and the van ous events most keenly a most exciting na- OODOTEAR, MADtifN CANADA Fortified Tires nrilliant p test was in tl e CHICAGO PLAYER'S WONDERFUL RECORD FOR COURSE Cleveland, Ohio, July Playing the "reatest go'if ever witnessed over the "Mayficld course, "Chick" Evans today defeated J. D. Standlsh, jr., -_ lire second set, which the ell uo" Fownes, jr. PoBter'and Cady; Hamilton, Ko'ib and Agnow. Second game; Boston..... 3 St. Louis.. 3 Ruth and Gaily; Weilman, Agnew. and Shore. WashinBton 0 Detroit...... .lonnson and Aiasmith; Duhuc and Stanage. Second game; Washington S Detroit.. Boehling and Henry; Dauss, Siena, Boland and Stallage. .Philadelphia 3 Cleveland.. 'I Wycltoft and Lapp; Morton, and 0 Neill. Second game: Philadelphia.. 4 Crowell, Davia and Lapp; Hager- .mau and Egan. New York-Chicago: Postponed on account Eastland disaster. U was accorded the contest- ants at the conclusion. RATVOUTH UUP DRAW The llaworth cup will contested' lor immeilialely at tho City Club courts. Th'o cup is emblematic pi the City Club championship. A draw tor the drst round resulted as follows D W Jackson 'VB. R. Palmer. W R Jack vs. 31. S. JlcArthur. J b Harris vs. .1. G. Robertson. W R Newcomhe vs. A. 0. Kaworth R Minor vs. Inspt. Chaney. Judce Jackson vs. A. Ci. Oliver. Allen vs. G. It. Harmon. II Bullcy vs. McKay. The first round must be played by July 30. woods and creeks. DUNDEE BEAT RIVERS Al- New York, N.Y., July Johnny D.undee of. this city outfoiielii Joe Elvers of Los Angeles. Cnl, in their- ten- round bout In, Brooklyn last night. Dundee had the bett_er of every round, except the tenth, which was even. -In the fourth round Dundee almost knocked Rivers out with a right to the jaw. JOHNNY EVERS FINED Local Letter Carriers Held Picnic at the Fair Grounds FEDERAL Sunday Games Buffalo 2 .Kansas City Anderson, Laftitte .and ulair, icn; Main and Easterly. Second game; Buffalo..... -I Kansas City 5 and .Allen; Henning, .John- 'son and Easterly. Pittsburg -I St Louis..... I 1 Alecn and Berry: Davenport and, Hartley. Saturday Games Buffalo 3 Kansas City 2 'Krapp and Blair; Cullop and East- Irool-lyn 2 St. Louis..... 4 Mrsr'nicnic'at "the Fair grounds on Finneran'and Simon; Plank and afternoon, under ideal con- Chapman I (ml0ns, and a glorious time is record- Berry. and 8 p.m.- The musical talent dis- 4 ulayed on'.the street car Journeying home showed that all bad enjoyed the Tener .Boston, .Macs., July John Uvers of the Boston Nation- als and Umpire Quislcy were each fined 5JOO.OO today for their part in the i .othian Baby Handle M Fl.nn 2 Ma Flinn 3 Alice Masson 100 1 I Baston F McPherson R "Mitthe-v" Half mile South team (Me Pbei-bon McVleai G Misson J Bas Hop sten and J Laston G. McPherspn. 100 yards sack Booth iMic Close; 3, A. Lothian. "'6ne mKe R- Matthews 2, A. Lothian; 3, W. R. Ward Kicking .1. Baston; Lothian: 3, G. Masson. _ Putting shot-1, A. Lothian; 2, McPherson: 3, G. Masson E. J. Webb; 2, i Masson; 8, Teddy .Cross. Cleveland Columbus Bt. Paul Seeojid ga Milwaukee Louisville Indianapolis Kansas City I'OSS, lie HM SO" Vards'glrls-1, V McPherson: 3, D. Randall; 4, H. I Jack Hnndall; 2, A llkuiire; 3, ..Tack .Enstoii. 'BO vards ladien (egg and st'OO'D- 1, Mrs. McVherebn; Webb; 3, Kansas City Mre. King, (Come to Mac s AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our -Prices in Bicycle Repalrl and' Goods Cannot f Beat. INDIAN MOTOnCYCLB AGENT D. E. MacDonald 1 phone 1032 5th Strctt VANCOUVER WALLOP RIVALS B.t, July ver, kept i.i the running for the Minto 'Cup, yesterday afternoon, when they defeated the New Westminster club In a rough, game at Athletic Park, here, by a Kcpre. of 10 to 3. The Roy- ,als -were without Bill Turnbull and ck Gifford, the former suffering m a iiad leg, and the latter having ne to England width the Canadian echanics, hut ever their presence uld not have changed the result. OODWIN WINS 3-MILE SWIM San Francisco, Cal., July odwin, Now York Aathletic club, m the 3-mile open tidal water swim- ns race, yesterday, in the Amateur bletic Union championships, at the mama-Pacific exposition. The cold, oppy seas caused three competitors collapse. Time, 1 hour 33 min- es 38 seconds. ROMAN .CATHOLIC LECTURER DENOUNCES MILITARISM AND STATES VATICAN ALWAYS IN FAVOR -OE PE'ACE Before an attentive aid audience R B IlewiUon under the auspices of the I ethbridbc council ol the Knights ot Columb s, delivered in able and mstructue address i the topic "WhJ I am a C-itholic at the Majestic theatre list night The idea o. the -peakcr was to show why tlie Roman Catholic creed preferable to other cre-ds. and the tone oi his remarks broad mind ed.and fair. He went back into h.s ATHLETES OFF TO WAR Vancouver, -B.C., July Ifford. New Westminster lacrosse loe Pllnter cantun of the ancouver amateur chimmons and ercy Atcheson, welterweight on ot the northwest left for Tng and where will be m Illrlell _ he nnnu.actu e of war munitions ,low and the; came to he apart cu aim '-i" iv, torv and traced the progress of the church since its institution and its elects on the He af towards discussed some of the principles ot the Roman Catholic be' the subject of dispute for cen- turies, then, and showing ARMY AND NAVY WILL BOTH SEEK LARGE APPROPRIATIONS TO CARRY OUT ELABORATE SCHEME Uasluutlon JuU 21 Announce ment fiom the White House tod ly that Pies.dcnt hid directed bccrctanes Garrison and Daniels to report to j. program 01 national detinse -uised widespread comment It hecime known that several wteks aeo the president discusied the ques sfon at length with'his with the immediate result that both the war and naij dcpirtmcnts hcean sec- ret prepara'ion of phns tc, meet am cmeigenci and also to csta'lisn i permanent policv to be presented to congress lor adequate national de fense No Reason Given I he House Hatcment gvcno e ie relson announcement btiting n of the bche( Speaking ol the loss of the tem- poral poner of the pipan in 1870 relson announcement the sneaker ascribed its lobs to that, meralv (lmt tne president would con spirit at militarism which e-ime into ter on hls return from Cornish A existence at the batti e o! Sedan when H naniels, the French surrendered to the I That the succulent turnip and the and' cariot arc reacbmt, the pojnt the French anm surrendered to the Garrison to formulate a sane, rca maturil> where are piost victorious Ihe Popes tae, 60nabic ind practical prosram of na- th noctut _. i___i Tf. as indicated tempting tne iw Jlttlla lut llol, uc n' jreiailing mteiest Mas n the prob tatctpillar able sire ol the appropriations to be EASY MARKS FOR Toloito Out July efeated Rnerda'es U to 1 in a Queen City professional lacrosse lea gue game LIEUT, t. M. PAPINEAU or the Pnmess Pats whose promo- tion to tbi, iank of temporarj captain gazetted. ______________ LOOK HERE S.O.E. PRACTICE The Sons of Elighnd Foothill club mil a [.notice game at the R N M P InrncKs tomorrow night Eve.! plaver possible Is requested to turn out. BASEBALL MEETINO Cltv lnseb-.ll league clubs are ro minded to see to it that thej hay the leigue me.tin Ibis evening at th. HiekSUU Hard Co Stoie at M- at least apethaps a, the V cise of tempted blOught, to the attcnt on of the POIKJ into the police station (TOR into i, SUBMARINE FREIGHTER j North Lethbndce TO OPERATE ON ATLANTIC I some time Fudav tions to he. inbnmlne fifft for he. cordon ibout the British means tint the ifi of Cncland nnv depend on subraar-ne m.porlation ot lood .t the more lews ic te 11 eordiim to Sunon I ike the submarine Imentoi Mr I theiefote be- men the worlds fcn ate t iiarimj en gmeenng piohleni Ifi the pirh ctlon of bis f i eight cam ing snbmaiinei "Ulinlne, flora the Un'tdd States to I nUand mil ho "a. will seo the solution of thkf problem J a norths.dd He was scared ok the owners and in Ins htirrj to m a ckai. gctawu left his outflt u_ his spoils 11 the hands ot the TicW ot his villain} The horses pound, d and later turned over to 1 who proved to be owner ot tho The timer ba been heard of Hill did