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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 28, 1915 THE LETHBRffiGE DAILY HER-Atft PAGE THMti NATIONAL W. L. Philadelphia W -18 'ID PlttBhur'g 'H 44 Boston 44 'H Chicago........ Now York...... -II 'l3 St. Louis........ 'Is Cincinnati II, 40 .G70 .545 .500 .600 ,SOO .488 .173 .424 New York.......... 1 Pittsburg Marquaul, Hitter uud Booln Mam- inaux and Gibson. Boston............... i Brooklyn Tyler and Whaling Douglas, Smith and Miller. Philadelphia...... 3 Cincinnati 4 Chalmers. Rixey anil Killitcr Ton- cy and Clark. Only three games scheduled. AMERICAN mm CONCLUOED WIFE'S FEAR OF 1 lYlWPAlJ 10 PASS UP ELGIN Failing McGrawin a Crisis, Boston Chicago Detroit Washington New York Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia U 34 34 4r, -12 3-1 31 New York P.O. .618 .506 .183 Ml .382 .348 3 Detroit............... Covaleski and Stanage; Fisher, Pieh and Nunamakor. Chicago............. i Boston 3 Russell, Fahor. and Schalk Wood and.Cady. Cleveland 0 Washington llagerman and O'Neill Oallia and Henry. St. Louis 4 Hamilton and and Lapp. Philadelphia li Agnew Sliceban Detroit, Mich., July 27.-A wom- an's superstition has played an im- portant part'in many of tho world s events and.-it may keep Uariu Kesta from driving his Puegcot in ibc C.1- ciu road races, August 20 and 21. Kcsta married a sister of flic late Spencer Wishart, who was killed at Elgin last year. Mrs. licsta believes road contests are more dangerous than speedway events and begged her husband not to start in Hie bioux Jity race, because he had already riven in two road events at 'Frisco mi sue believed lit the old saying, 'The third time is the charm." She ihought that his third road race vould mean an accident and Resta roppcd out after seven lapi giving ngine trouble as an evcusc. Because her brother was killed in a manner that no one has yet been able to determine, when his Morcwr eft the course on the back stretch at last-August, Mrs. Kesta is .erious in her belief that the Elgin _._ road is an unlucky one for members I Qmr of of her family. However, she may not j is ver, have to spend aiiy Sioejiisffi nights over the matter unless hex husband s reinstated by the A.A.A. contest board. Kesta is scheduled to compete with Palma, Oldfleld, Human, 3ragg, Cooper, Anderson, AVilcox, Al- cy, and Chandler in this jwo-day. jneeting. FEDERAL Chicago Kansas Clty Pittsurg St. Louis Newark Brooklyn. Buffalo Baltimore W. 52 51 47 48 46 42 41 SS 3 Buffalo L. 3S 38 40 41 43 51 54 65 P.O. .578 .573 .541 .539 .517 .452 .432 .375 Chicago............. Schulz and Allen Prendcrgast, Brown and- Clemens. Baltimore.......... 1 Pittsburg Johnson and Jacklitoh Burke and O'Connor. Brooklyn............ 7 Kansas City Bluejacket and Simon Packard Cullop, and'Easterly. Second Brooklyn............ 2 Kansas City I Pinneran, F. Smith and H. Smith 'Johnson, Cullop arid Easterly. Newark..............11 St. Louis...... I Ruclbach and Kariden and Pratt Ornnm-JCirbv and Hartley. INTERNATIONAL Providence......... 1 Toronto........ Jersey City...... 6 Buffalo Harrisbiirg........ 6 Rochester Second Harrisburg........ 7 Rochester Richmond.......... 7 Montreal AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis.......13 Kansas City Columbus..........10 Cleveland Jndianapolls...... 5. Louisville .t St. Paul-Milwaukee, rain. NORTHWESTERN 0 Tacoma 3 Seattle Victoria.............. 8 Aberdeen FRED SNODGRASS The Giant ccntrefielder is just now the throes of iho worst batting slump in ills career, and John Me the New York disappointed, as tiie Gianrs are now spurting after the leaders in the National league race John L. Sullivan says "all men ar equal." But he would never say tha in the presence of James J. Gorbett Everybody in Philadelphia is grate ful that the Yanks arc still in exist er.ce. It's the only team the Ath letics can lick. The football tit-bit .of the season is billed tomorrow night at the Ath-j Adopting the practice of prize fight- letic park. The North Lethbridge! William Jennings Bryan refuse United and the S. 0. 'E. will clash' to go on the platform unless be i in a tilt that will practically decide i guaranteed so' much in advance, win tho city championship and who shall I0se or draw, take possession of the Magrathl shield. If the S.O.E. win, the North Women arc becoming some Side eleven will be out of it. On the York's most ardent boxing fans. Eac other hand, if the Uniteds win theyj succeeding Card finds more and mor will tic up the Sons and have the i Of the fair sex in attendance at th Callies to dispose of. The Callies arej mills and it is said that they occup not in a position to battle success-; their seats with the same sang froi fully against the Uniteds and' it is as their escorts, pretty safe to say that the champion- ship hangs on the result toruo-row night. loth teams mil be primed for the affair tomorrow uight. They are very evenly matched and there is no dtmb't but what the game will be closely and hotly contested. The crowd ofj the will be'out to the game' is the: belief, Don't miss it. Connie Mack will not sell his stflc in the Athletics nor will bo anyone to interfere in the running o the team. Mack says that Hadcod, July various ompetitioiiS, which have been in rcss here lor some days past, ire now at an end. Some exceedingly njoyalilc games were played during ,ho contests, the results being as ful ows MAN'S STHOKK I.TOIPETITION S. ilcf.Haddc.ry Morris P. U. Martin Mr. Hcmiett Mr'. Jones....... Mr. Wallace McCrae Mr. Davis H'cap Score Net 52 54 4 7 4 XIIXKD STROKE COMPETITION Mr 'Morris and Miss McDonald 70 6 70 Mr Mcfl laddcry and .Mrs. Edmousun 74 Edlnuuson and Miss lioey and Mr. Bennett and Miss McLennan al- so took part. LADIES' STROKE COMPETITION 5IJSS McLennan secured first prize and Miss Hoey second price. Miss Marguerite McDonald, Mrs. A H. N. Kennedy, Jiiss .Mary McDon. aid, Mrs. Kdmonson, Miss- Patteson and Miss Proud also took part in the competition. The stroke competition for the Chesapeake Cup will take place the near future and will no doubt produce games. some exceptionally keen OFFER' FOR PACER SINGLE Cleveland, Ohio, July ing on behalf of William Barefoot, owner of Single G.. Curt Gosnell yesterday refused an offer of 000, -which was made for the great pacer that last Monday proved himse'lf to be one of the fastest wigglers in the world, when he simply outclassed the field in the .2.07 trace and won in straight heats. Gosnell stated that Single G. was not for sale, and that his own- 3r would hardly entertain anything In the way of an offer, as nothing but a fabulous price would cause Barefoot to change his mind. SllESSIDOlJEI Detroit, July Chamber o Commerce Stakes for class ivith starter; umber in its history TABER PLAYS BASEBALL HERE WEDNESDAY NEXT The Taber baseball team and the Knor team will play the first-of the -series- of' games that the city teams.are arraug- ing with putaide points. The ff ijame is .called for Wednesday, August 4.- The teams are fair- ly well-matched, and a good game looked for.- from this encounter. Kuox will play a return game at Taber: at .a lat-) er date. ERECT BIG SKATING ARENA AT SEATTLE BY NOVEMBER OTTAWA SETS FORMER CATCHER DETROIT TIGERS July Payne, one-time. Tiger catcher and a member of UHJ- 1807 champion ,cl.ub, left Detroit this morning for Ottawa, whers he will Join the Canadian lea- gue club representing that town. He Is engaged-to do the catching on, a contract that makes him a free ag- ent the end of the Ottawa is.in; llrst place, but. by a narrow margin. Payne secured to aid In cincliing the pennant. Come to Mac's AI4D; QET YOUR 6UN8, RE. VOLVERB OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Prtetl In Bicycle Rtpulrt ,nd Goedt Cmnot Bs Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AOENT D. E. MucDoBtld Phan von Oppenheim' ..................Archibald. Sec ond place was taken by Haniel's Ab diila, ridden by Jo.ckey who carried the same owner's coloi to victory in the derby last Sundaj The Grand Prix is valued at marks JACK JOHNSON BUYS CIGARETTES FOR SOLDIERS New has been little heard of Jack Johnson since he fell before Jess Wiilard in Havana. But .Jack Is moving about just the same, and it's London' which is at present graced with his presence. Johnson has declared no intention returning to the ring, .but boxing is still Ills hobby, and he likes to talk about the game. Now arid then he goes into comparisons of the eld And new types of men m tne game. Between times Jack is spending money buying 'cigarettes for English Soldiers at the front. -Ho has already bought.more than for Tommy -Atkins, and Intends (o keep doing that little thing for some time to LOOK HERE FOOTBALL There will be MEETINQ City FSbtball lei gue meeting this exening at the C.A., at 7.30 sharp. Business of im portance hearing on the game torno row night will' come up. N. L. U. LINE-UP The North Lethbridge United tea: for tomorrow night with the S.O.l nill.be as follows: Hewitt; Seaman and Holland; wi letts, Whyte and Holbcrton; Breez Simm, Qurr, Tennant and Campbell S. O. E. LINE-UP The following S. 0. E. players are requested to be the Ball pprk Parsons Nesbltt and Wallis, Har ei Bennett and Lee, Faunch, Che erv arrant, Draper and Stowe Ileseivea Huggett and Thompson BENEFIT BASEIALL MATCH A benefit baseball match will h played Friday night at the ball between North txithbridge and Kno teams Admission lickets will be cenls, and are on .sals at Oil's, wi lace's and the Alexandra cigar aUml The gjme it In aid of a well know local ball player- who Is in the ho pita! with lyphoid Good sporu JDlease tako notice. means the best in chewing gum it means the, Perfect Gum in the Perfect sealed air-tight. It means the largest, most up-to-date and most sanitary chewing gum factories in the world. It means a wholesome, beneficial, eco- nomical confection, good for everybody. Two delightful flavors cooling, sooth- ing Peppermint, and the delicious tang of fresh Mint Leaves. Helps appetite and digestion, quenches thirst, steadies the nerves. Make it your regular practice to Chew It Mter Every see how much better you will feel! MADE IN Wnt. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd. Toronto, Ontario OUGHT'A BUNTHATBUHO IN TOR SPEEOINj PUT E'R VNH THROTTLE HIGH, I WIDE OPE WE GOTTA MAKE IT'T WHERE WE! I TO' HIKING FOR SEE IF ANVBOD O'THE COLUMN? Following is a brief outline of litiuor egislation in the nine provinces of he Dominion; in three of. which im- lortant measures have been adopted his year: Prince Edward A proviuce- NO HAIL DAMAGE AROUND' FOREIV10ST Foremost, AUa., July .28.-All crops m the Foiemost distnct are In excellent condition, hut warm, dry weather is needed to bring the wheat to matur- ity Some fall rve is now be v ing cut There has been no damage from bail m this dis- No prohibitory law is in force iquor is sold on the Island. Nova prohibitory law was passed on last, applying to iH the province except the-city of Sallfax. Tho enforcement of the same law.there waa defeated by-a casting vote .of the Speaker. No iquor is sold outside Halifa'; The aw it administered by the govern- ment through .deputy inspectors. 135 licences, mainly in the citieu and towns, re- main. A local option is available to small municipalities, and the Ca- lada temperance act is in force in lome counties local option law passed! before Confederation is.in use. About 900 parishes, almost two-thirds, are under it There IE also a license law administered by the government law.requiring a three-fifths, vote :lor the abolition ot the sale of liquor, and Canada tern perance act In use Dry munictpall ties numbered 536 In January, out of a total of 828, 328 being under local option, 45 under Canada temperance let, and IM without license through adminiitrative or other act This number hu increased since then Ab out municipality are still wet Legislation passed at the recent session of the Legislature provided for Provincial License Commission, with. powers for the direction and control of the Honor traffic This legislation gives the government an alnuMt free hand, and the Commit- lion done much work in regulat Ing the traffic and punishing offend. en against the liquor law option law m use More than 50 municipalities have ad opted It License remains in fewer than 70 Both politlral parties are committed to abolition trade in the hands of private parsons abolished by which wenf Into force on lnl> trict. the wholesale sale by the government and the establishment, where sui.li ex- isted, of a dispens.iiv sjstem All bar and club licenses were abolished The old sjstem bo re-establish- ed by a referendum lote at the end ot the war, and not before December, 181C ilbert V3rltish Prohibition law passed Provincial li- cense law is m force There is no form, ot local option, js m u.03.. ol the remaining "wet" provinces Ndrthnest of liquor is regulated b} Dominion law Phone Employees Give Machine Gun magnificent ,md inspiring exam- ple in the matter of patriotism is being set to the people ot the bouth by the employees of the Government Telephones 01 the southern division Thev have agreed lo gne from their salaries enough to buv a machine gun which will be turned into one of the popular machine gun funds The sou- thern division of the province in- cludes the territory from Red Deei south and has 285 employees, almost all of are women A machine gun costs about Germans Gave Crew Warning Aberdeen, July 28. The captain and crew of the American steamer Lcelanow which was. sunk by a Pel- man submarine m the North Sea last Stmdai night, armed here last night Thpv several shots were fired at ths -.eisel the submarine, but that they were given ample warning hR- forp-the steamer was sunk. BRAND OTTAWA ATHfcET E ENLISTS Ottawa. Ont, July Har-y Broadbent, the well known, athlete, who for" several >ears has starred on the Ottawa this mornin Hockey team, enlisted fqr active sen ice this morning fqr active s the 7th ArlHlery Brigade wnien wpnp mio mive wu Dividing tor the taking over day, aged Cj. JOHN H. HOLT DEAD Quebec, Jills Hvmlenbn Holt, president of the firm o! Holt Renfrew Oo, Ud, furileis, Uled suddenly at his home, yesterday COFFEE As near perfection as you can get this world. CHASE SANBORM LMOMTUAL -I ;