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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, -JULY 29, 1015 THE BASEBALL NATIONAL w. i.. Pet. .563 5-15 .508 .500 .500 .478 .410 0 0 Philadelphia Brooklyn Boston JV I'iltsburg............ Chicago...... ?'j Now York St. Louis Cincinnati'...... 3 j an, Clark.- Philadelphia St. Louis Alexander and Snyder. Brooklyn-l'ittsburg, rain. No other games scheduled. L'E TII ri R I'D C E fl WOllLD'S CHAMPION BATSMAN PAGE THKOT 'kiiiiicr; Poak am IIOM1 ME DIRECTORS OF THC CIRCUIT CONSIDERING THE QUESTION SERIOUSLY HTS.rJtTB6 NEW ORLEANS Boston Chicago Detroit New York St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia AMERICAN W. L. 51 57 55 Pel. .641 .Bit Vancoubcr-Whclhcr or not tht- di rectors ol the will cut down to tour clubs by iirnp- PinK Spokane and Victoria, will definitely known within the nest leu days. On Saturday night the dim--..... tots hl'ld an impromptu at. Seattle when the was H into in all its Pliases and, wlHlc uu, InE was decided, tlic ducctois i-tt-l eruwii, an" Kl1' weiiOH champion, will ni'vl light between Kid .h baiilani thr- .1. tho matter' ovci '-189 i at a mccliiiR 1< 'ion ten days' time. The......." lor n_........ bantam ll'i'r-'coiiiint', winter. TimimV Burns, who has been north THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, JESERVE FUND, FARMERS' BUSINESS The Canadian Bunk of .Commerce extends to every facility for the transaction of their banking business, mcludmg !he discount and Election of sa.es note, note, 'are supplied free of charge, on application. Lethbridge B Build New Bridge Over Kipp Coulee Near Wrentham Wrtutham July 28.-Qsborn': Urus unloading their sec-ond car 01 K.r.1 Hainan of: the Oakland team 40 straigiit games. FROM .GAME and Lapp. Cali well and Sweeney. Chicago.................. Boston Scott-and Schalk and Thomas. Cleveland t 5 0 ..051 "Shore, Collins BASEBALL MAGNATES PUSHiNG THE LOTTERY aSE 10 1 luig, Williams and Henry. FEDERAL Brooklyn Simon Cincinnati, Ohio, July 28.-The Na- tional Baseball commission took offi- cial cognizance yesterday of the so- called nation-wide baseball pool vvh.ch the Post Vdepartmcnt has DMBbaU'' an- lias always been kept clean is the nrcvention of gambling. We have seen' other sports degenerate because 1 Ml is today, to keep as far awayrom be'agamst the best inter- CbposT Ota 'inspector Frank Smith of Philadelphia, testified that the Wceklv World and the slips, alleged ind Easterly. Second Brooklyn Kansas City Walker and H. Smith Brown. Newark St- Cullop 6 .s cnargeu uonu aim "'ll- in his testimony to b, said great nation-1 the scheme ha, oeeii 10 8 7 11 (i 9 and Rari- den Laud and Chapman. 1 IJiUimorc Pittsburg 13 13 'Cl'er6 aid'' OwensT'Rosge, Suggs and .O'Connor. Second game- Baltimore........... Pittsburg PITCHER OF OLD SCHOOL PASSES AWAY A A A A A Indiauapolis, Ind., lUUmu.dl'Uiiai JlcKeon, a famous pitcher for npolis and Cincinnati in the'SO s.' I 7 3 i andBer- apols auu Sunday, of tuberculosis at the Flower Mission, in this city. He ws about years old, and had lived in ndianap- ll He years o, an n.oli" since retiring from baseball. of the battery of McKeon and as o Keeiian In Ws best days and was ed aster. He pitched to many of the .old-time catchers, Connie JUck be- one !Ms receivers. McKeon and Richmond........... 1 Montreal H battery ta their day because, -ik-e games post- poned, rain. AM. ASSOCIATION 6 I Indianapolis...... 2 Louisville r st. Paul...--- 3 Milwaukee Called, darkness, 11 Columbus-Cleveland, rain. j NORTHWESTERN 1 0 Seattle I Spokane 3 Tacoma 1 ictona-Aberdeen postponed, net ground were uarK-sK.u'icu ter- leaving the Indianapolis team about 1885, McKeon played at Cmcm nati for a number of years. Later h< played in a number of fniuui McLOUGHLIN INVADES EAST Tennic Champion Gives Out Schedul His Tournament Play 12 FAMOUS RUGBY PLAYER ENLISTS Hamilton, Ont., July Don Lyons, one of the- best players" Canadian football has ever developed, has enlisted for overseas service, and will leave shortly lor Niagara (or rrpiiiin- bvons was an out- side whig on" thBHammonTi and was secretary of the Association. He" also played nigby in Calgary for a season. Wlnt is it makes me slice and flub, Bu of my friends. Jest of the clubs, That chains me to the class called My driver. What is it makes nit tor- tie "We" That sends the ball 'beyond the lot That makes me say what I should not? My brassie. Wht is It makes me top the sphere nto bunker lying near. The devil's tool for mortals liere. maehie. What is it makes me weep and algh That divot life.up to the sky Till all I want is lust to die? Jly niMick. What is it makes my foe serene That keeps -me .running round The madS' man that e'er was seen My' nutter. Who-'is that that's grinning so, With head of'-lione, and gait so sloi Whom, if I could, I'd send below My caddie. What makes me play year after yea Ity step unstead, my speed s You brainless7 oaf! TIs the friend Of nineteen.' Heard in Cricket Circles '4rry, look at the number tirst-ciass cricketers 'ose names be; with haitch! There's 'Ay-ward, po I'Ayes, 'Hell, 'Irst, and caps bothers." tn I1REST1H Women are becomin, some ot ork's most ardent light Sans, bach n l Knuuss and Grae Scvcra.is ol visited with Mr. ami M Perrv -Jones on Tuesday and ,Say ol last week They 'or- merlv neighbors in North Dakota. j A 'crew of men under D McKiniion, of the department of pub he works completed, last week, a bridge on the 1 rani line south of across Coulee. This will mean consul crablc to the farmers 01 the south _ in hauling out their wheat. the early stages of the During the past week, lightning has 1 done [Calgary Heraldl am a prisoner." is aluxut all the information an English prisoner In A of Raymond. Alta has been abfc to learn about her wen, with ins the shires; into the thick of the battle ill he early stages of the war- Ernest Organ came to] Canada with On the same even- j City o Ms came to lost a good horse j jota had' but -a short month to nT to 'Siser" Mividualj other points. vho imagines they can't stand the i ___ I mrl hlnnil I imuressario, sage a HeTd a L nights ago that was about o the Goriest New York fansi ha e seen. 0 Old Country Soccer least two are the two Thomson. Bob Buchanan, A' New Play ik'iyn are is all Weissmantle, the Brooklyn ,mpiessario, s-taged a card at tt th _ of the hoys had dyed the ropes and tie referee's natty white suit with red. An awful howl went when the arbitor' called a !ull-an ll "vasn't all done by the men c.ther "Outrageous commented one stately, gray-haired dame wao sat near the rink and bU tiie Soy wasn't hurt, he just looked bad. Don't you think she finished Stag to her companion, aa elderly man' He. nodded assent. The second affair, between Sailor Fred Fritts and Beer Rodel, was ev- onCUe_gory. .Therelcree however. MEN RETURN TO WORK ON PROMISE OF WAGE INCREASE New York, N.Y., July 2S.-The strike of the Standard Oa in.i .id nt 5, sr.rJ! an end. The strikers at an im- rcet meeting in front ot fMr Days- so voted todav. and at the Tjf wiUs w, IB mcelint dispersed Jb tin their brigide w to letuin on tin- pro L no B Hoi nessei the Plant from the iromptu street meeting in front nion bill so voted todav. and at rmith of the mcelint dispersed wi h cheers. The men rt w ollhlI iccom mcntl in im-rease m wages and practicing New York, N H McLoughlin former national ten- rw o DROWNED Chicago 111 JulJ 28 -The bod; of Eddie Bartlett known as a tlBht er in the bale knuckles days has been, identitiea among the of the steamship Bastland He was em plover! on the boat his bodv was laid beside- that of Joe for mer bantam boxer who also penshed Ollmore umatre His last ring appeaianco was "ith Tommy Rvan at Ind in tne early that tournament eai'iy next ship tournament at F at the end of August Arsenal working at shell making. 'Bob is -the sea and Southcud back. lane, Lot Cnchlon w i Faith V wniic a junior 7th Saw- I. a. sensatiouaf'play, and have tried it several times In actual games but so far without making it come through. The idea is thusly: If the second base- man headed toward his own station in mad pursuit of a grounder, stops the ball, but cannot wheel and throw to first, he' snaps the tall ahead of him to the shortstop, and the latter makes a straight peg to firs, That play can be made off a fast bo del hit bv a slow runner and it will be Romr ihriiier when actually accom- plished. nian i nut: pleasure of the :owd and let would light any wrony, foun ist in the bl -2. it the mf n r work forthwith DUG- dim bout go on. Then in the eighth round when the sailor went down for the ong .sleep under a straight right to his bloody visage, the women cheered as loudly as the men. The stately, gray-haired woman ap- plauded, RESOLUTE BEATS THE VANITIE DETROIT MAI IN Out Tulv Kslschmuit t Detroit business, rnan w is named in- a conspnracv ehatge read against.William Letter of Wind lor. .when the latter was arraigned before a iuw.cc in Sandwicn Out to charged with attamotmu to the plant of acturmg Co ago Four Days' Fighting Wilts were placed in Kej position held h orders that nu- s wore, the men the Coriuilua -Vand.irbiit at Wheel able to Save Hit Yacht Un- Talks Through His Hat recent writer in an eastern paper, LOOK HERE ed fot Rates comme iruei m oothe .eathofa veteran tuberculos the jba ncnod of the itjs from" consutnp onut" for Lnjlisli plivers to ,b vcrv ,arge iinong baseball ind MCC versa bit the e torroers ,nd argues that the hur nil he a dcalth o! lUnspoite this contact with cluny suminer 6AME POSTPONED The football match between tho Morth Lethbndgc United ind ttt" Sons of England scheduled tomgnt at the Athletic Pail, bib been poot poned on account of the weather con dltions until next----' Sllllini s thc Ouecns Pirk lead the roll o hou- amo 01 m Scotland bv ers (IL in- ,_4_ i tn ned conac etc., causes it A. in ac a of in ,hnr countiv lleirts ioll 16 11, Locbgellj W Abcrcom 12 Walker tne sJoTuCh back, pl-iied so spleudidh Middles resumes st. I u b8ll tubercular nlijers w very below that am -and would hi st. I iimller but for deaths unions Californn