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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1010 THE LETHBRIDfirc DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE SOME HARD GAMES IN BOTH LEAGUES YESTERDAY NATIONAL Brooklyn 52 Philadelphia Boston Chicago..... New York St. Louis Pittsburg J4 44 40 43 38 46 44 50 4G 53 .591 .554 .550 .439 .470 .462 .452 Ail Cincinnati 38 Eleven Innings Boston, July and Bos- ton played a 2 to 2 tlo today, tho game being called In.the llth Inning owing to darkness. Oowdy was put out..or the game while at bat in the ninth lor vigorously disputing a called strike toy Umpire Eason. Chicago............ 2 12 2 Boston.............. 2 5 1 Packard, Fischer, Lavender, Barnes Brown and Clement; and Qowdy. New York Hoslon Cleveland Chicago Washington Detroit St. Louis Philadelphia AMERICAN 52 50 fill J. R. Love Who Has Been Y.M.C.A. Sport Secretary At Sarcee 47 42. 19 38 3S 41 41 13 45 411 (15 .578 Tlioro will lie Homclliiiii; stirring 'in 78th lialtcry sporting circles utter today. ,1. It. Love, who has lieen sjjort secretary for the Y. 11. C. A. at Bar- Snatches Victory from Defeat Chicago, .Inly Oldrfng's homer with tho liases full In the ninth, crowned a live run rally tltat snatch- ed victory from defeat today for Now York, in the ninth Scott had the Yankees well in hand though Peckln- nngh's lilts, a home run find a single, had driven in three runs. In the final run Alexander was passed and Mullen, uitiiiea.. lilnch hitter, singled, Hcolt walked Tyler, Hugheiff Culdwell, filling the sacks with no one out. Wolfgang took the slab and forced liannmn out. on a short Hy. He Brooklyn Wins Brooklyn, 7. Bfuuklyn played e steady game today and beat St. Louis, 4 to 2. The locals took the lead in the second Inning scoring twice on singles by Wheat and Cut- shaw and Stengle's double. Cheney's in the sixth allowed St. Louis to tie the score. Doak was taken out in the eighth but Ames was greeted with a series of bunts and singles that brought the winning run across. St. Louis 2- 6 1 Brooklyn 4 8 1 Doak, Ames and and Miller. Snyder; CSemy Slants Win In Eleventh New York, York WOE Its first extra Inning game on tho home grounds today 'Tvhtii MoQra'W's team scored Jin 11 inning victory over the flcore being 4 to 3. i.Teserau pitched six innings for New i .York during which he for ;home runs and. nine singles and i.miked three men yet only three tuns were scored on him. Cincinnati......... 3 13 1 'New Y.ork...... 4 11 1 Toney and WIngo, OUrk; Teserau, and Rarlden. Champs, i ju-y 7. s home run drive in the seventh inning gave the victory -over i'Plttsburg today, 5 'to 4. Chalmers was ecu down yesterday and signed (in ivitli the Kinuiors, null whon liu gyts into harnurks witfi ttui resi oi' them, t0 solilo thing doing all llio time. Mr. Love Billies that the Y. 31. A. lias a busy time rtl Sarcee. what footliall and baseljall. T'vi recent boxing tourney there took five itij-lits to ni- off. and uliont C.'JO'I soidiei! each ulglu. It a gi.ii- aiivt-ss Ho. also snsKCSts tliat the 113U Lothhridge HiBliInnders haBcball squad will take sonic lieatlng. The team Is In the hands or Q.M.S. Itesaii, who has played ball all over the west.' He is on the receiving end of Hi .ttery, while an excellent pitcher Resolve to Succeed Throw off the handicap of petty ills that make you grouchy, listless and de- pressed. Get at the root of your your digestive system of impur- ities, put it in good working it healthy with BEEC then passed forcing in a j has been uncorked in Webster, run, and fanned Pipp, but Oldring j The 7Sth 'Battery boys are just wait cracked the ball tlirough the fence in j Ing for Mr. Love to report for duty left for the round trip. New York 8 13 Chicago f! 6 Russel, Shawley, Love and Nuna- maker; Alexander, Scott, Wolfgang and Schalk. hen they expect to clean tip overy- 3 thing 'in the sport line in the city 0 Washington Loses Again Detroit, July the third time in as many days 'Washington lost to Detroit, 7 to 1.- Boehling opposed by Boland pitched good ball but his sup- port was' erratic and the misplays behind liim were costly. 'Henry was put out of the game for arguing with the umpire when in the second inning. Veach was forced'Ho retire when a bail that took a false bound .hit him in the face. 'Harper replaced him and in turn succeeded by Cobb, who has been out 'because of an injured throwing hand. Washington...... 4 8 4 Detroit.............. 7 10 2 Detroit 7 10 2 and and TJafcer. Down, Down, Down for Athletics St. Louis July fielding by St. Louis enabled the loc- als to defeat Philadelphia in the fourth game of. the series today, 3. to 2. Nab- isrg o imaue, in trouble repeatedly but 'brilliant j St. .Lou fielding saved him, home, team 1 pulling off three double plays. i Pittsburg 4 7 0 (Philadelphia 5 7 2 Harinon, Kantlehener and Wilson; Chalmers and Burns, irs pitched a good game but was un-1 Which ucky. Philadelphia 'Although at this lime Canada has not organized trapsbooting upon a real Provincial or Dominion scope, this is likely to happen in the very near future. Alfred Hewett, secretary of the Do. minion of Canada Game Protective and Traps hoot ing Association, is working the provinces and later in the Dominion as a whole, and it is certain that something good will re- sult from The great distance between the trapshooting centers in Canada makes ililficult, to hold tournaments are GREAT FALLS PITCHER. IN JAIL la for Impli- cation In Barroom Brawl Seattle, July Toner, Great Falls pitcher la In jail in Van- couver; M.'M. O'Connor -Portland Is seriously injured in a hospital several others of the "Electric" ball players are expected implicated- in tiie raiiup as a result of a fight on the. boat going to Vancourer, .when the ball players got in trouble with a pair of traveling men. Nabors, and .Picinick; Groom and Severoid. 2 11 3 6 Three Hour Game Cleveland, July a game that lasted nearly three, nours Boston de- feated 'Cleveland, 7 to 6, bunching its hits with Cleveland's errors. Cleveland batted Foster and .Leonard hard but threw away several rung by trying to stretch its hits. O'Neill With four hits In four times at bat and Walker who made two triples and a double carried off the batting honors. Boston 7 n. 2 Cleveland......... 6 14 Leonard and Thomas; Cov- "eleakle; Klepfer, O'Neil'l and Gould. ..C. P. R. STOCK New York, July of C. P. R. recorded today was at The Vancouver World says that there 13 a possibility that Parker WII- liamg, member for Newcastle in the latf Provincial house, come -to Vancouver to run as an independent liifci-r man In the lorthcoming provin- cial elections. this may be overcome by systematic provincial organizations. It is the ambition of Mr. Hew.ettj to. hold provincial .registered tourna-j ments each year, correa-puuuing i.u the State shoots in the United States. championship, staged at some cen- tral point, and somewhat along the lines of the Grand American Tou nament. Indeed, it is possible that eitln the winners of the Provincial char pionships or the Dominion title >yj be sent to the Grand American t compete for the Amateur Champion ship. In Canada, is alroos certain to have a Dominion amateu champion this year, and possibly th man will appear at St. Louis io cor tost with the best shots in the Unite States. They act promptly on the liver and bowels, re- moving waste matters and pu- rifying.-the blood. Not habit forming; never gripe, but leave the organs strengthened. To succeed, in life, or work, first have a healthy body. This fa- remedy will do much to Help You icrt Medicine in the World. Sold In bow, 25 cenli. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus, ii; Louisville. 1. Minneapolis, S; Milwaukee, 2, First Game: Indianapolis, 2; Toledo, 3. Minneapolis, 1; Toledo, 2. First Qaine: St. Paul, 1; Kansas City, ti. Second Game: St. Paul, 0; Kansas City, 5. York. June .success ol the Jaimne'au. tennis pair. Isliiya inagJK- and Uachishiro Mikami in their brief career in America is interesting as? showing tin; adaptability of the Japanese to western modifications the ancient sport of hatting a hall round. Not only have Kiiniafjac and Mfkaini won honors by dol'catiiiK tiie strong California pair Ward Uawson and C. ,1. Griffin several weoka ago. but KumiiKiic con tin nod his good work by taking the New York stat championship fro.ni Griffin at Utica, N. V., in straight sets. Kumagae and Mikami declare that they am not in this country primarily to win to learn the style of play of I he foremost American j tennis exiierts; Moth oi' the; N'ippo.T I players arc skilful and fust, but they seldom have the opportunity to play against men better than themselves, which has naturally rc-tardtid their development .at home. They am also much interested in the generalship of the game especially in team play, the development of which necessitates strong resourceful opponents. I Tennis in Japan is somewhat differ- ent than in Australia and America, owing to the balls being j larger and softer, so that it. was some j time after their arrival In America [before the two found their true form. It is expected that the two players will remain in the east until INTERNATIONAL Newark, 4; Baltimore, Providence, 4; Richmond, 5. First Game: Buffalo, 0. Second Game: Toronto, 0; Buffalo, 10. No other games scheduled. NORTHWESTERN Great Falls, 4; Vancouver, 3. Spokane, Seattle, 0. Butte, 2; ;Tacama. 4. PACIFIC COAST Vernon, 0; Qakland, 2. Salt'Lake, 5; Los Angeles, 2.. San Frauciscp, Portland, rain. NORTHERN Superior, 2; Fargo, -i. SAVED HIS 500 BUCKS WORK IS COMPLETED Athens, July demobiliza tion of the Greek army in accordanc Tith the rules set down by the allies ,vas finally completed yesterday. A :he reservists have been sent to the! lomes. "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge Beer- Pride' s To be Obtained at the following places in the City Perry Reid, (Elite Cigar Store) Arlington Hotel, Coahlalc Hotel, WindNor Hotel. AddiNon Iliggins, Gait Grocery, Italian Cilrorery, Lethbridge Candy Kitchen, Lee Woiig, Bing Wo, B. C, Restaurant, Commercial Cafe, EejMit Mike Saloiiiki Pool Room, fi, i-ouis on Hand to Prevent Hostilities St. Louis, July Inindred dollars .Kocher can liek any man on your shouted JIanager McGraw of the Giants to MilieuHussins, who handles the Cardinals. "Lead me to shrieked big .Besch- er, husky Cardinal as he leaped through a, clubhouse window, stripping for action en route. -St. Louis police were on the job for once in their 'lives. There were no hostilities. half thousand marker was safe. This is the story told of the rough stuff at the clubhouse after Monday's game. The challenge followed a fight between Catcher -Kocher and Miguel Gonzales, Cardinal backstop, in each 'contestant floored his opponent. The trouble started when Koclier alleged Gonzales. tried to kick the ball from his band while trying to score. tiie national championships in singles at the West Side Tennis Club. CHICAGO WOMEN'S TOURNEY TO FINALS Chicago, July' Corella Lll- kens of Edgewater Golf club and Mrs. Melvin Jones of Glen Oak Club today won their way to the final round for the women's golf championship of Chi- cago. Miss Lukens defeated Mrs. S. Colburu of Glen view Club in a 18-hole match after being three down and four to play. Mrs. Jones elimi- nated Miss Marjorie Edwards ot" the Midlothian Country club two up. Y. M. C A, CAMP WILL YOUR BOY BE THERE? There are only two more days to elapse before the "Y" campers de- part for their camp site at Sentry. The camp promises to be an unusual success this year, and great praise is due to Secretary Thompson, who has devoted his untiring efforts upon its behalf. Apparently there are still some parents who are slow to realize the enormous advantage derivable from an outing of this type. The environ- ment coupled with the' bracing, spicy mountain air will supply your boy with a.fresh store of health and v wholesome v food, i and'grpnp fomid at! eainp'putran edge lo'any, boy that a the pills in the equa PareEStsYancT boysj "why !oP2 in" priceless: Opportunity .is respecter of person's -or of season She is ever on the job..At this iistm moment; she stands nefori. niiig like Vue -iT. appeal i you. H >vv about the m'.s of holds for you to'daj Namely Camp" Sentry. Thnk it ovc carefully and then act. Prices and full .particulars b gladly iurnished by any member the camp committee. U. S. NATIONAL SHOOT AUG. 10; THIRTY TEAMS Washington, July team; have entered 'in the competition thi year .for the national trophy pre _sented by the war department re pre CANADIAN UMP. HOLDS ENVIABLE'seating -the civilian rifle club teair BASEBALL RECORD championship team of the Unitei States. The match now lining; held un Bob Emslie, Born in Guelph, Ontario, der the auspices of the national board Has Been on the Job 30 Years! for the promotion of rille practice, wil Bob Emslie began his thirtieth be completed "August 10. year as an umpire recently, as it was Los Angeles Rifle club, last year's July 3837, that the dean of (Ha- winner, is entered this year. Othc seasons he remained on the job in teams entered are from Strong City he International League. PorMhree Kan., Ohio.: Des Jloines. Iowa sseaons he remained on the job hi Phoenix, Ariz.; Pittsburg, Pa.; Whit, .hat circuit, hut in 1890 ho joined j Sulphur Springs, Butte, Mont, .lie umpire staff Of the old American Cleveland, Ohio, two teams, the Rifle association. The: following year he club and the Preparedness Ced tarteti with the Western league. It ar Iowa: Washington, D.C. vill be just a quarter of a century two teams, the War Department Rifle ext month since the veteran umpire club and the Interior Department cfereed his first game in the parent Home_ Club; Target association; major leagno, and he has been at t ever since. Xo other official in laseball history lias hung up such record of continues service, and, Itiiough Emgile is now he still anBs among the ablest of tho prac- itioners of the most difficult of pro- essious. Elmslie was born in Guelph, Out, nd is still .a, loyal Canadian, baying St Paul, Detroit, two teams, the Rifle ant Revolver club and tiie Eastern Detroit Gun club; San Francisco. Spokane. New Haven, San Juan, Porto Rico, Zone, Seattle, Wallace, Idaho; Lansing, Aiich.; Flint, ,Mich.: Davenport, Iowa: Great Falls, Mont.; Muskogee. Okla.; Manhattan, Nev. and Portsmouth-Norfolk, esided in lattJ1 years in St. Tiionms. started his basebal career as a Itcher for the Harrison and Guelph tubs in his native province, and in 882 be joined the Merrie club of amden. N. J., a famous organization the Interstate lengue, the stars of t twm later becoming the nucleus f Brooklyn's first >big league outfit. KIRKPATRICK LOST TO YALE III Health Causes; Retirement of the -Football Star 'Conn., Vale football' men learned with regret'that star lineman of the Yale freshman team last fall, who was sure of a place on the varsity this year, mslle landed .with "the "Baltimore win be :'oat to the Yale eleven for this lib in the old American association season, and probably permanently, be- L 1883, and for a couple of seasons I cause of ill health. This news came e.was the best, curve hurler in as a great surprise, as Kirkpatrick was lajors. in' 1885 he went to the one of the huskiest men in thletics, but his major league career j university. _______ ith Toronto; He finished his playing CRAWFORD TO ENTER POLITICS arecr-in 1887, starting the season "_, 1th-Memphis, but he was soon driv-i Rumored m Dertoit That Sam the box mid was given a job i for umpire; in the old International Detroit. Mich., July 2, Snm Crawford, veteran Tiger out- ilelder, .may quit baseball in favor of the political game. Rumors are .in Said''to be'well-connected and to j circulation that Snm iccept tiie ave raised himself from the ranks to Democratic nomination foi sheriff of commission Osric -F. R. Hawtrey, coumv (Detroit) ho wore.the uniform of a lieutenant. If Crawfoid runs ho may he pitted the Canadian contingent, was sen- j against Ed. another famous old- it. "is imprisonment at' lall player ul'o VPS a hurlor on )erbv for defrauding an hotel ktieper the old jiUrooklyn Dodgers Stein is by means of worthless cheques, I after th6 Republican nomination. THUEE TEN-INCH DOUBLE-SIDED FOR TIIE TWO SELECTIONS; At the End of a-Beau- tiful Day Kenyon Love Me at Herbert Stuart I Sent My Wife to the Thousand Isles Billy Murray I've Cot a Xtveet Tooth Bothering Ale M. J My Mother's Rosary Avon Comedy Four Yaakfi Hula Hickey Duia Avon Comedy Foil TWELVE-JNCH DOUBLE-SIDED DANCE RECORD Fox Trot Victor Military Band Ole I'iiviany One-Step tar Military Rand SELECTIONS BY NOTED 'CELLIST Le Cygne (The Swan) Hans Kindler Tales of Doll Song Mabel Garrison AND OVER 7O OTHER SELECTIONS Ask to hear them at any "His Master's Voice''.dealer's Writeforfirecupy of. our. -fJO Musical Encyclo- pedia listing 6000 Victor Re- cords'. BERLII COI Li M One Price from to DEALERS' IN EVERY TOWN AND CITY MASON RISCH, Ltd. The Home of The Victrola Balmoral Block Fifth Street South Palace Hotel, Taber A GOOD HOTEL THAT CAN BE RUN WITHOUT A Two New and Spacious Sample Rooms Have Been Added 60 Bedrooms Rates, per day UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SODA FOUNTAIN IN CONNECTION. J. DOBBS, Proprietor. 3BJECTS TO INTERFERING IN THE CASEMENT CASE Washington, July adversfr eport was ordered today by the sen-; te foreign relations committee on all esolntions proposing intercession with ireat Britain in behalf :of Sir Roger !asement. "It was the opinion of the major- :y of the committee" said Senator tone "that such action not only would e resented by Great Britain but also mt it would do Casement's cause nore harm than good." FOUND A GAS WELL Cleveland, Q.v July Indications that a well of natural gas was uncov- ered by the tunnel.explosion here last Monday night, were reported today by L. M. Jones, the government mining. __ expert, sent here from .Pittsburg. WAS WELL TO DO ..Toronto, July Joseph Sellers, Sellers, Gough, Ltd., who died May 29, left an estate valued at 213.77. Probate of the will has-been applied for by the Toronto General Trusts corporation and Richard "P; Gough. "Silver Gloss" Canada's finest Laundry Starch Three generallons o! CanadUn housewives have used "Silver Gloss" (or all Iheir home laundry WfsK They know that "Silver Gloss" always give! Ihe -best resuUs At your grocer's THE'CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED CMIul, af 'CrotcH and Ltttr Wlttl? Corn Svnipi, and Emtoni Can StarA, 234 ;