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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE lETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD CHURSDAY. JULY 30, KING'S COLT WIl AKF EATS TWO Sl'K'.'UL -1ISEL3 FRIAR MARCUS BROUGHT HOME THE WON LAST YEAR, TOO 1 j TOMOIUIOIV ilKM'WMAT IS BEST .AGMKT 1.1. year-olds, I! iurlones, was won today hi His M-IP t 's h colt Friar Mar- iu; bv C icero Primnun who starlet! 5 to K HE Cc rgc t1] repeated his tnmuiJhb 01 as ic.ii S r he cap- tiled this p nt with his liicshiut nil Bt lespeir L. .N'cu- minn s artei 1 to 2, was seccndi and J. Joel's Bright, 7 to 1 thld The GO'xiwood cun, a handicap iSO a'-out o lurlongs, lun M bit V Malta" s three-real- i After years of predictions that went wrong, it looks, .is, t o'g'1 La joie of Cleveland and Hans Xv'iiaiier of the Pirates, were Hearing .the finish. The passing of yc-ais seems to have gotten both of these veterans of the diamoud, and though there is a theory, in baseball that age does not dim the batting eye, both are showing the ef- fects of. something the'bat. They are slumping In batting. joie is by far the most affected. Wag- ner's present mark of .279 cannot be- Boston Mass -Hulr in i said to be out o, touch -with the .300. Long-wood singles and the class whichhe so long orname it- '.Iera; doubles championship tournament The Frenchmaus him ye-tenlav brought out the liuost ten-1 down among the weak hitters. of the week. Maurice E. -Me- Lajoie's slump is one of the things uwoou, i of wkl s stakes 00 for Meet in Finals qf Long- wood Wins in Straight and Behr Win- nsrs__pefsat H. H. Racket! and F.> B." Alexander in Eastern Dou- bles TWO GREAT STARS FADING FROM BASEBALL FIRMAMENT Larrj Lajole and Hans Wajner Final ly Start on Downvi-rd cations Arc That Both Will Pass Out >t About tbi-Same Time old Lr ua c-olt Sen n 1 aw _. Korald more IP Ian who started) at i i-j Jaiies Vtlas, 8 to 1 w is jul F nest Dresideu's Florist, 100 to 30, third. M M STAKES PROVIDE SENSATIONAL GOES Detroit Jab heats, four desperately lought miles as were ever sed laileii to decide the Mer- chants, and Manulacture stakes, top 'mtr on i Crand Circuit programme and th- race until tomorrov when thr c heat-win- ners will go to a finish When Dark- ness, put an end to the struggle, two her es had won tuo heats each, and one The winner o! the first heat distanced the econd, time out Three races were in straieht wins and the tilird after L of San Francisco and T. R. Pell imd Karl Behr o! New York win- ting tae two events, respectively. li." Lindley Murray drove McLoilgh- lin to the top of his game al- though the national champion won in the straight sets. young, California university player was twice within a point of capturing the third set. Pell and Behr toiir heats Peter Scott Linda Wrona and 1 were the horses tied up Ihe state is v orth 000. A NEW CANADIAN TROTTING MARK 5. OY GRATTAN BO aiso scored a three- tan Boy and Dean Swift, the racing sensations o? the j ern Canada circuit, excelled all" efforts today, when Grattan "J3oy, urged by the Dean, trotted the fastest-mi'.c ever made over a half-mile track ia Canada.: It was S.llMs, and the huge crowd warmly np- -t- plauded tlie aanouncpment that1 they had witnessed not only the lowering of the track re- cord, hut the setting of a new Canadian mark. set victory over the former national champions, H. H. Hackett and F. B. Alexander, as the result of Belir's bril- liancy in the first set, and Pell's stead- iness ia the.other two, the scores be- ag Meets Johnston Today McLoushlin 'will over to- morrow to play William Johnston, also of San Francisco, in the chal- lenge match for the Longwood bowl. The dash and abandon of Murray, the terrific smashes of JIcLoughlin, some -Of. which .were made when he was'two fest.from the ground, and the long rallies and lightning exchanges across the net between the pairs in the doubles furnished a'brand of ten- nis rarely seen in one enclosure. 'was forced to uncover his choicest and'mbsc effective shots and his cleverest generalship. In the last set when Murray had a lead of five games to three, the "champion showed his mettle. Murray lacked but a stroke to the tenth game, when JIcLoughlin, by a sensational j 1B09 of his opponent's reach, "and saved himself from defeat. Pell and Behr in Grand Form. For a set and a half Pell'and Behr played the finest doubles game seen, at Lohgwood for many a year. The team play of Hackett and Alexander broke before it and Almost went to pieces..' Then Uehr became recUless and began driving but of .court and sending .easy ba'ils into the net. Pell's steadiness saved the day. the last set it was his careful placing 1S97.. that brought the games to five all, :1S9S.. and finally carried off the match. that has put Cleveland to the bad. Wagner's failure to hit up to his ear- ly season form of, other sent the Pirates down the ladder.. Early this season Hans was hitting the pill; Pittsburg was on top of the ladder, and the more excitable were talking about a second world's series between the Tigers and Pirates. Then Wagner Jell off and has now pulled down his average and the Pi- rates' percentage with him. Lajoie has not hit all season. At first iarlous were made for him: illness, injuries, -worries were i brought in to explain his failure to connect. But he has rounded in shape physically and still doss not hit. The old batting eye seems dimmed and it may be that another see the passin, the game. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride5' BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a conccnlralccl .liquid food. Tea and ColTce arc in no wise foods. In countries where lieer is used as a luljlc bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general, lii Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at mcai lime. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value, of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one can back up by proof. Come lo our Brewery and .we will show you. To those value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and %ve recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic., THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 of two landmarks of MISS FALLOW WON LADIES CHAMPIONSHIP TOLiRNA- MENT -Led league in batting four times. ROUTE FOR MOTOR BOAT NAMED In New York to San Francisco Run Will Cover 5577 Miles Francisco, Cal., .luly Ports of call for the New York to San Fran- bv James Frise CALGARY CALLIES ARE TRUMP AGAIN The Calgary Callies for the 'eleventh, time, in succession nave the cih champion ship of'Ca'tgary Thev defeat eS-Hiilhurst last night 2 goals to nil. The game ended in a row, and the Hilluhurst team 't have protested the game. NATIONAL Pittsburg 0, New'Yorlsl. Cincinnati S Brooklyn 5 Chicago S St Louis S, Philademhla BEST ROADS BETWEEN HERE AND BOW ISLAND Keeton Car Travelled Fastest Over This Section Than Any Other on Recent Trip (Sec- Macleod, Alta., July; The com- petition among the' ladles of the Mac- leod Golf dug is now at an end, Miss Fallow winning the final heat, after ;i well-contested ganie with .Miss Hoey. The results of the various rounds were as follows: First Round. Miss McDonald (0) defeated Miss MacLennan Miss Proud (9) defeated Mrs. Kenny Miss Hoey (9) defeated Miss ;Mcr Donald Mrs. Cluott (S) a bye. Second Round Miss Fallow (9) won from Here is an interesting excerpt from the Albortan bearing on the recent re- cord trip .of the Keeton automobile: "At some time the car was travel- ling as fast as 58 miles an hour. The average running time for ttc trip 'was 33.7 miles per hour. The fastest time was regisered between Lethbridgo and I Bow Island. For 77 miles the car trav- elled at an average speed of 40.1 miles per hour. The following is a record of stops made on the trip: Barons, puncture, amm. Lsthhridge, gas and oil, Coaldale, puncture, Sniin. Taher, puncture and pinched tube, 3min. Bow Island, puncture, 3min. Seven Persons, plmcturp, changed two tubes, and wmiped up; 20min. Medicine Hat, gas and oil, Smin Purple Springs, oil and water, Imin. Taber, gasoline, Smin. Lethhridge, gas and oil, lOmin. Nohleford, puncture, omln. Claresholm, puncture and changed tubes, ISrnin. High Kivcr, to purchase tire patch- es. Okotoks, to purchase tire patches, 2min. L! NATIONAL Miss Cisco motor boat race, in connection with the Panama-Pacific exposition, have hnnn decided. On the eastern snore the stopping places will be Charleston, Kev and Colon. Com- ing up t-ho Pacific coast the first stop will be at Corinto. 732 miles from Pan- ama. From the Nlcaraguan port (he boats will run lo Son Bias, Mexico, and thence to Sallna Sen Pedro, !the port of Los Angeles, wiil he the ilast stop. On reaching San Francisco the boats will have covered 5577 miles, [exclusive of the canal. It is planned to permit, the boats to remain 72 hours at each .port of call. The contestants must not be less j than 55 feot nor more than 75 feet on the water line. Hovis Miss Small (9) won from Miss Wil- son Miss .McDonald won from Mrs. du- ett.. Miss Hoey won from Miss Proud. Third Round Miss Fallow defeated Miss Small. .Miss Hoey defeated Miss McDonald. Final Fallow won from Miss Hoey. Girl to Swim Channel Miss Nell Kenny, an Australian swimmer, is in training- at Brighton, England, for thfi swim across the Eng- lish channel. Shfi, expects to he able to beat the best record made by a woman in attempting the font. FOOTBALL MATCH AT ADAMS PARK AT 7 TOMORROW NIGHT St. Andrew's P.C. will play the Shamrocks P.O. on Adamu Park to- morrow night (Friday) in a friendly game. St. Andrew's team: Dunlop; P. Anderoon and Ness; F.arle, A. Tonnant and. A. .Miller; .3. Miller, A. Gnrr, Ramsay, T. Tennant and 11. Linning. Linesman; Piper McLean. All players to be hand at.the rear of the church at U.'iu. Guino, at 7 o'clock, LAWN TENNIS RACQUETS WE HAVE A FEW Dolicrly, The Ward and'Wright Racquets That we are clearing out for Casli OTHER RACQUETS ALSO REDUCED Robertson's Bookstore AMERICAN New.Tork G.'Cleveland 2. New York 10, Cleveland 0. md game.) Boston S, Chicago 4. Washington 7. Philadelphia 5, St. Louis 0. FEDERAL Kansas Cits r Pittsburg St Louis, 3 BlooUin Chicago 4, Buffalo H. Indianapolis 3, Baltimore AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas City 0. Cleveland 9, Minneapolis 15. .Columbus li, St. Paul 0. Louisville. 0, Milwaukee 17. INTERNATIONAL Jersey City 0, Buffalo 7. Newark .1; Toronto 0. Baltimore-'6, Montreal's Providence 3, Rochester NORTHWESTERN liglhnl 2, Tacolila 1 Seattle 8; Vancouver o. WESTERN CANADA MOOSE JAW 5, HAT 2 Moose Jaw, July Halters .leading twirlcr, had one had] when the -Millers scored livcj sigo runs, Uucc singles and a triple Ualtiiniirr Yplie doing the damage. Pce-l pitched Urdoklyn well throughout. I Indianapolis Medicine Hal New York Chicago St, Louis BosI on Cincinnati Philadelphia Fittsbiirr Brooklyn 33 181 4li7 .44? 420 AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston Washington Detroit C hif i o St. Louis New York Cleveland thcj- 33 C3! 41 550 11 .540 4fi .5'11 II, .505 38 52 30. (i3 120 321 FEDERAL S 0 Kansas City Pittsluiri; St. Louis Lrailey and Harth Peel and Walls'. FORFEITED GAME Edmonton, July 23. When Hie score stcoil 2 to 1 in the ninth, a fracas occurred and Dad Kraft, who! sas'vatoon with -NTctzcl, was umpiring in the ah-' sencc o! the official arbitrator, gave the game to Edmonton. PiCaina r.............................. 2 li 1 Edmonton .................._...... 1 32 Thodc and Harris and Game forfeited to Edmon- ton. LOOSE PLAYING S3 48 '45 47 42 43 37 38 38 .582 40 .iH.i WESTERN CANADA 48 31 45 37 42 30 Hcgina.................. 40 38 Edmonton Cal-arv 50 .534 .488 .4112 .430 .4 IS .OOS ,5JI) .510 .513 .3117 UEAN GREGG .GOES TO RED SOX Next to Lethbridge Hotel PHONE 1265 Calgary, July piling up 13 runs in seven innings the '.Juakers took tlin first of the lionclicad work and nunicrous errors contribut- ed. SaskatoHi Calgary Kallio and Spcncsr Loomis anif Weinholt. Star Southpaw Traded for Three Players in'Germany KojI.Yamado, the Japanese cue ex- pert, is'performing 111 a scntjatlonal manner in 'Berlin. Acalnst a young master :named Hagcnlocher he ran surpassing all previous perform- anew at 18.2 'bil'ilards In C.ennnny. In coainelUlbn' ngainst the Austrian champion, Bruno, he averaged 30 In 2500 points; Bruno's total 1322, and Ills average lacked one'point of being which reflects skill of a oi'fief. On the fifth night's play Cleveland, July 29.-Vean Qregc, ihc. star of tho Cle'vclatitf team, was 3 7 3 today traded to the Boston Red Sox Pitchers Coumbe, son and Catcher Ben Bgnn. The trade, 'which marks the beginning of a of the Naps; is expected to Mi better the Red Sox chances.of, over- hauling the Athletics Ameri- can league pennant, Gregg has been with' Cleveland .tour seasons. In that time he-has won :iii games., Couinbe and Johnson, promising young pitchers, and 12ean is a veteran catcher. Yamada made 500 points In Ings. NORTH L6THBRIDGE UNITED F.C. Players aro riHiiieated to turn ont tomorrow cvenlni; at tea inn-1 for training p.m. ;