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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta .TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1915, TII E L BT II B B I D G E DAI LY H EH ALP PAGE TaMtft BASEBU1 NATIONAL W. b. Philadelphia Brooklyn t'hicago PiHsburg New Boston St. Louis Cincinnati 2 .Second 'pittsburg.......... 0 St. Louis......... 8 Chicago............ Philadelphia.... 'IS 43 41 13 43 35 New York Now'York Brooklyn Boston 0 Cincinnati 3 13 I AMERICAN Boston Chicago Detroit Washington New York Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia H'. 57 5li 51 '12 34' 34 80 Pet. CHIE in TO ffilll JESUIT I.UEDERS TRIED TO. FIX CKMM ON FLY AND KAN POST WHILE RACiku AT SACRAMENTO games in American League. FEDERAL Kansas City Chicago St. Louis Pittsburg Brooklyn Baltimore. W. fill 51 46 15 33 Sacramento, Cal., July k. .o-tv I.iieders, of Chicago, amateur niotor- SHlcvdc champion, was k-illcd in till. '500 i races here today when his machine .488 ran into a post in the second lap ul .3SS i the race. i A. I.ueders, who had won the one, live and leu mile cham- pionships, was intent on equalling his record made in.St. Louts, when in addition to. those three lie won the 25-mile race. In the second lap his chain broke and Lucdcrs, instead of stopping, at- tempted to steer- his racing machino with one hand and remove the tan- gled chain with the other. Officials, r> SEVENTY-FIVE MEN GO TO FRONT FROM B.RANTFORD LEAGUE Uranlford, Out, July Is douhlfill It Ihero Is a sporting or- ganization in Canada which can show a licttur record tor recruit- ins; than tha Brantford Soccer lea- gue. No less than suventy-five players havo handosi in Uiclr cardB, and. have tono to the front with Iho various Canadian contin- gents. The result has lioen that the lonclio Is almost at a point where It will hnvo to cry "quits. The Wanderers, now disrupted, had twenty-one- players signed; or Ihese seventeen are in Franci! Filmland and two enlisted here for I lie' Uattallon. Only two Hie players have not enlisted. A True Tonic is one that assists Nature. Regular and natural action of the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels will keep you well and BEECHAM'S PILLS H, Unnl Sill 4 Aw Mrikin. i. !k. Sold 1" boaoo, 25 ONT1NUBD FROM FKONT PAOE L. Pci. .573 .545 .535 .511 .451 .-1311 .379 Newark............ 3 Pittshurg 1 Moran and Raridon Knetzcr and lierry. 3 Chicago ........11 Bailey, Conley, LeClair and Owens; Hendrii and Clemens. Second garae-- Baltimore......... 5 Chicago 1 Quinn and Jacklitsch McConnell, Blabk and Fischer. f Brooklyn........... 5 St. Louis 0 Wilson, Seaton, Crandall and Si- mon Watson and CAapmau. Only three Federal games scheduled. DAYTON BULL seeing his danger, prepared tc. him when he passed the judp.es' stand, but on the far side of the track his WIN machine wavered and crashed into ai Rf post Lucders was thrown 35 feet. The remainder oi the program was called oft. NORTH'IEIHBRIDGE CITY Bfflnll TITLE LARRY HITTINGTHE BALL FIVE GAMES STRAIGHT- RAYMOND AND WARNER LAT- EST VICTIMS OF THEIR PROWESS July 31. -New fay- 1 ton Heated Raymond at Stirling, in INTERNATIONAL Providence Buffalo ._ Montreal Harrisburg Richmond Rochester Toronto Jersey City W. 50 42 37 35 30 Pet. .670 .575 .511) ,51'J .IBS .438 .875 Richmond..-...... 7 Montreal Harrisburs........ 2 Rochester...... Providence-Toronto, rain. Jersey City-Buffalo, postponed. AM. ASSOCIATION 3 Cleveland Indianapolla...... 6 Louisville St. Paul............11 Milwaukee Minneapolis-Kansas City, cd, wet grounds. postpon ".LAERV. DOYLE 1 r-f the most exciting Barnes of player who has been stnn i hascVM of the season, score 13-11.! lknvn recently with typhoid level. j This is the third time these teams' in- c come toother, each having a i name to their credit and it was a 'bat lie roval from start to iniisli. Both (cams batted heavy and ran up a hir tcore in the seven innings play- I cd Kaymond had three runs to the: good when New Dayton came to bat For the last time. Card was batted I harder in this innings than any started with a threc-liagg Skeith Hied out, Hoe scoring faornll on a c.'.can silidc, Ciillis singled scor- inn Moe A G'orrill singled, advanc- iim Gillis to third, Mcalcy (lied out to left licid. With two men on bases, two down and New Dayton one score behind. Hundv made the ionftcSu seen in Stirling, clearing the i bases for a .home run- This is i Dayton's liith straight win and the third victory in a. week. ''New Davton Turcott, lb.; More- land, cf.; 'E. Oorrill, c.; Skeith 2b I Hoe, If.; Oillis, p.; A. Oorrill. 1 Slealev. ss.; Bundv, 3b. and Gorrill. cf.; Nolder, ss.; favorable weather Irom new .on, wheat which will be in tim harvest- stage in another three weeks will give a crop of from -10 to .ifl bushels, to the acre. Oats will prob- ably run from 80 to 100 bushels and will bu cut, about the same time as the tail wheat. All other crops are in first class condition, and.heavy yields are practically certain. Hay is Rivmg a mammoth yield. The first crop of alluUa is cut and gave from 2 to 4- tons per acre. No damage has been suffered by any of thc crops from weather .conditions or pests beyond a portion of the fnll wheat which has been laid flat by the heavy rains. TABER Taber, July wheat hi this district is now practically beaded out and some .fields are already beginning to turn. A little more hot weather'is needed .to brim; the grain to thc ripe, state Some of the farmers near here will be cutting in less than three weeks. The oats are not so far ad- vanced. "BOW ISLAND Island, July 2G.-Splendid crop conditions prevail in this district in spite of some damage by hail last week The wheat is well advanced and will be ready rotting in three weeks Some of the best crops in the country are .south of here and south of Burdett. CARMANGAY Carmangay, July Dry warm weather is needed to bring the crops along in this district, although the condition' of the grain is really ex cellent. The fields could not look "f" other chins it is cxpectui win t of here havi giad to arrange gamps with one ol Luirorcd rather severely from hai Hkely be play-j days. Soo, second crop i, ejected AWARDFD CHAMPIONSHIP AT MEETING OF THE CLUBS-NO MORE LEAGUE GAMES- PLAY OUTSIDE CLUBS City league baseball maicnra .i'.o over 'for the season. At a meeting of the league last ev- cniiiK at the Hick-s-chl Hardware i Store it was agreed to award the championship to North LethbridBC call oil the postponed games that Inve occurred throughout the season. Knox was awarded second place in the league standing. Thc balance of the season will be devoted bv the clubs to playing ball with outside teams. Tabcr. Grassy New Dayton, Warner R. i There are fllso some good i'iax fields The bail probably covered a total o 3000 acres, damaged all the way Iron 25 to SO per cent., but most of it. wa covered by insurance. Lawn Bowling They're So Handy! IMPLY tilt the package and. the (Srjitlrto drop _ into your hand. No waiting- no trouble at all- 'KdLLTDaltHTFUL ro Well I Staply the damtiw, and the haoilicst form o! s all. WADE in CANADA CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO SPIN NORTHWESTERN Vsttoouyw 5 Seattle Spokane..: 2 Tacoma Victoria, 8 Aberdeen 15 AHEARN BEAT RODELL New York, N.Y., July Young 'Aboarn of Brooklyn defeated George Rodel. the Boer, In their ten rojmd bout at the Brighton Bench race track laat nisht. In every round but the nlnti, wheji Hodel put in several bsrd n, punches, outboxed and oul Captain Larry Doyle of the Giants has attained second place among the batters of the National league. His average of .326, credited to him in the latest averages, puts- him risnt on the heels of the league leader, Daubert, of whose percentage is .806. Next to tliese two the leading batters who have played in at least half of he games are: Groh; Cincinnati. .321; Lnderus, Philadelphia, .320; Robert- son New YorK, and Cravath, Philadel- phia tied Whittod of Phil- adelphia, .300. DULUTH CREWS iought him. Ahearn Rodel 182. weighed 159 ONLY ONE FIGHT Montreal, Que., July Natibnll 6 to 4, Sarnia, July The speed boat Miss has just been completed at. Algonac, made a li'ia, triu to Sal-ma'today, and proved an I interesting sight ior those who saw; I the craft speeding The boat was be-: "in" tested over.the run .from 1 ort Huron to Algonac, and, as the course! is measured the owner can figure out i the speed that can be expected over a race-course in average weather. Those who saw the boat on its trip state that "dl; that could be seen. RETAIN CUP The Bankers' Challenge trophy was i played for again last night on the Gait A i Park greens between the Empire and j Ga'it clubs. The challenging rinks were skipped J- -Miirnoch and D. McNabb. After twelve well-contested ends the holders, Dr. Marrs and W. S. Adams retained the cup. The next game will be played on Thursday night, the challengers being L. W. Clark and K. D. Johnson. Last night's score was: Empire Club Gait Club .1. Marnoch (i Dr. Marrs It D McNabb 11 W. S. Adams. 1.3 FRONT PAOE. The afternoon sports at Victoria park fell short somewhat by the im- possibilitv oi running the. horse races. the baseball ggme between the Fat Men and the Slim Men cre- ated no end of fun. Mayor 0 Brier, twirled ior the Slims and developed a wonderful delivery. Barber Oil manipulated the pill for the heavy- weights and with persistent work on the diamond he should raaite the big leagues yet. The Slims finally won by two scores. There were also some athletic events in the afternoon and the day was concluded with a ball, in the opera house in the evening. The rac- es will be run, weather, permitting, next Saturday at the Victoria par: track, when a big day is AT TYRELL'S LAKE was vividly reminded of the old days in Utah. The Indian attack was ex- citing and one man, Mr. Mertz, was 'lit in thc foot by the wad from a the wad from a gun. He was more frightened than hurt, but it createn considerable excitement for the mo- ment. 0 P Hrsenbach was the orator or the day, and gave a clear and com- prehensive review of the history ol Mornicnism, emphasizing their long and weary trek across the continent to the Great Salt Lake Valley. The musical numbers, particularly the duet by the Misses Clark, were high- ly appreciated. In the afternoon children's races were run and generous prizes given. There were also some fairly good horse races, and the. baseball ..game between Kaymond. and Now Dayton, was probably 'the best all-round ex- hibition of the game seen, in the south this year. New Dayton won, the score being' tl-18. The batteries were New Dayton, Gillis and.- Uor- Ravmond, Card and RoMuioa. Total Total.....24 Great Lakes and in southern waters. guate HULL SpaeUnian, 3b.; Hoberts, c.; L. Brew- Wfls a oi as it is esti- crton, lb.; Card, p.; Stevens, 2b.; ,G. mateil thc ,vas making Brs'.vertnri, If.; Strong, rf. Roberts. WARNER TEAM.VICTIMS NTew Dayton, July New Davton ball team took the measure of the Warner nine at Tyrell's Lake, tune of 0-2. Warner started out "fits 'Jennings pitching, but was knocked'out of the box in. the sec- ond inning. Berg relieved him but failed to check his heavy hitting op- ponents. Nine hits resulted in five runs ofi Berg. Gorrill 'pitched ball throughout: the game, for FORD AUTO SAND mated the craft was making on an hour. The boat has been built for pifty-Flve Muiicians Give Concert in a Detroit syndicate, and will be en- Davenport Hotel Lobby, Spokane teied- in the speed events on the- SWEPT BOARDS Ten Eyck's Oarsmen Won Nine Out of Ten Firsts at International Regatta Duluth July Duluth Boat club oarsmen, won 'every event on yester- day afternoon's programme of the .Northwestern. Jnternational rowing giving them nine firsts out of ten starts for the The coveted Upton trophy cup. re- mains witli Duluth for another year. Ns_er_j_ the regatta has such, senior eight race ball -tnrongnuuu- LUC gumi.. uu ul Luu Davton and received-the Beit of sup- a get off his knees while of. utij uuu __ __ __ m.nnlna. cnmlllCfltlOn port from his team mates. This New Dayton's fourth consecutive win and their supporters believe they have a team that will give a good account of themselves against any line-up in the district: New lb.; More- land, of.; E. Gorrill, 2h.; On His Nerves Those confounded cow be'lls. .good they he taken off at night and hung Enough to make Giliis, c.; A. Gorrill, Mcalcy, ss.; Bimdy, 'ill.' and Gillis. cil: Millham, ss; ferine up ibe evening supplication and start saying Herald. Great Bomb-Thrower Allan Davidson, the Toronto pro. was killed in hockey who 2b.; Luker, c.; Whitney, lb.; Tinney, 3b-; jf.; KnoP, rf. Berg and Luker Lacrosse Union-game at Na senior aggregation, London, July ifofan, the of two national championships, as we gbt pugilist of Pittsburg, at referees were strict two national association crowns, trouble was attempted, a fight last night, defeated Gor- added farther laurels to their record don Sims of Portsmouth dockyard, in riuickly squelched with, three lo-min IDunlopTiies enjoy longer life; to tHe bicycle owner usbg them the tires cannot wear down, as quickly as the ordinary kind because.the corrugations are on. lop and sides both. The owner avoids Occidents because Traction Tires we bead Kit a.wqindeiful resisUnce iheitoad in times of peril. DUNLOP TIRE RUBBfiR GOODS COMPANY, i, Rublierilcliinj, PacUpe, "cisc, Heels, JUU, nocsey i, j Flanders, earned the Distinguished Conduct Medal just before he met his end. Davidson, vvith two imeu ,vith the dead writes "he knew no fear, and we were iroud to be with him when in union Davidson was a bomb-throw er and at this daring, work hart no It Is related of him that on v ho fell a: victim to the Huns that he threw one hundred and very, few missed their The German soldier Is given boot that weigh 4 pounds 1 ounce to wear --to make it hard' for him to run 1 A' New Haven sport writer picks the following which he allows is a very fair alphabetical' major league Mil nine': p.; Bresnahan, Cobb, cf.; Daubert, lb.; Evers, Fletcher, ss.; Gardner, Hooper, ri.; Jackson, li. Spokane, "Wash., July members of the Ford band, all hut two three being mechanics in- the plant f the Ford Motor Car Co. at Detroit, Mich., yesterday played for two and me-half to an audience that illed the lobby and balcony o! the Davenport hotel. People came early and they made.the performance con- inuous by encoring every selection. Until 4 p.m. the concert lasted and then the. instruments wore whisked to the train by Ford, cars supplied from the local agency, and the band soon was on its way to Seattle over the Northern. Pacific. The trip is being made at the ex- pense of. the company, as explained by H. S. Morgan, secretary and man- ager of the baud. IAY KEATING OUT OF GAME 'FOR THE SEASON New the season opened" Donovan banked con- siderably on the pitching he was to get from Hay Keating, his big spit- bailer. Now he is satisfied that he will have to depend on other boxmen for the showing of his team. The Yankee manager has just received word from the physician has been attending Keating that the bis pitcher is out of the game for the re- mainder of the season. A displaced muscle near the hip is the cause of Keatlng's trouble, and he will have to.wear a brace to cure the ailment. Warner, July 26.-Betwe.en seven and eight hundred people attended the bk celebration at Tyroll's. Lake on Julv 23rd when the anniversary o the entrance into Utah of Brighan Young and his band of pioneers oi. July was celebrated. A partv from Lcthbridge consisting 01 Mr. "and Mrs. W. S, Ball, and D. H. Elton attended the celebration andt together with y. S. _ Lelhngwcll the MP P from Warner, were the guests of' honor. The indoor services were new m tne splendid new barn ol Louis Peterson beautifully: situated on the shores of Tyrell's Lake. The loft was beautifully decorated with and grain and fitted with seats., D Klton addressed thc gathering i upon the old pioneer days. W. S. Ball gave an eloquent patriotic .address and Mr. Lcllingwell spoke upon pio- neering in Alberta. A -ood program of sports was tun] oil a'iterwards, including root and horse racing and a baseball.game be- tween New Davton and Warner. In the evening a dance in the Dig barn concluded the celebrat-ioiu AT STIRLING Stirling, Juh 'b-Tins town was not at a'I behind m the celebration of Mormondom's big day Pioneer Dav an excellent program being car- rienVout both morning and afternoon People were in attendance irom points many miles distant and this usually quiet village presented quite an animated scene. The parade in the moining formed a verv attractive feature 'and one CROWS Summer Resort SEND YOUR FAMILY TO THE MOUNTAINS FOR A REST OR A QUIET HOLI- DAY. An ideal summer ing boating or hunting Hotel newly renovated; hot and cold water and -bath. Special atten- tioifTcr tourists. RATES PER DAY W Summit Hotel Crows' Columbia You can't dub the White Sox liit- .Ss wonders this, year They ale 'lainmei-ing the ball so hard and suc- Irpsstully that the records show, that thev have made, more hits and runs than the other American League to date. Heinie Groh of the Cincinnati Reds, bought himseli an but when be got down to the serious business of playing hall, remembering the V of other players with CMS, gave it to his wife for a birthday nresent and told her not to let him ever touch the steering wheel again. 'I'll eive CoiToy a an- nouncjs Mr. Willard, "anil-.'I only hope he is at his like Ivclle) does. Spike, Robs'on, the Bullish feather- weight wiio boxed several times u this country a uow lighting for tb Allies. MADE .IN CANADA WHICH GIVES RILLCQMFQRT KLOSED KROTCH rWIUIAlilS. ROME CO., OMTMIO MADE IN CANADA" Ford Touring Car Price plid mechanics in the British Empire This means dollars saved m after expense to the man who drives a Ford "Made in Canada Because the Ford cai is built right. Buvers at Ford cais will share m our profits if cars between August I, 1SU and August 1915 Runabout Town Car F O. B. Ford Ontario. all equipment, including electric headllghtr. C.rs on display and s.ttlo at TKB FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd ;