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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TH B ICTHBH1PGE DAILY HERALD NORTH WALLOPED U.C.T. BILLK WINNERS HAVE FIRST CLASS TEAM OF PLAYERS-JOE GIL- PITCHED IN FINE FORM FAMOUS JMPIRE OIKS Pottsville, Pa., June Tim Hurst, the former, major leaguu iiraplre, died suddenly .at the t> home ol a friond in Mlnersvllle v yesterday 'ror-i Indigestion. was 54 years old., 1RNERBM It North Lethbridjp is last demon- strating that SISy have the classiest hunch of amateur baseball players in ithe dity. Saturday night the North-j siders put it all over the Commer- cial Travellers. The score was i) .to 2 This is the second victory In a city league contest tor them. Previ- ously they decisively defeated Knox and claim top position in the league North Lethhridgc Saturday m'ght made enough runs in the first innings to put the game on ice. Turcotte got a walk stole a base and scored on L. Turcotte's hit. Taylor secured a piss and advanced on V. Gillis' sac- rifice, then -C, Gillis singled and scored Taylor and L. Turcotte. J. Gillis Hew-out to centre and retired the side. Dunsworth, T. Turcotte and Ecored in the second on one hit, two walks, an error and a wild pitch. Taylor and C. CJillis scored in the and two bad BASEBALL NATIONAL FOR FOURTH TIME WALTER J. TRAVIS GETS CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE OF METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION llyc.N.Y, June the fourth time in his long golfing career Walter J. Travis, the Garden City, veteran, won the championship title ol the Metropolitan Golf association the Apawamis club links today. ,In .--the 3G-hoJo match, which decided this year's honor, Travis deicatcd John G. Anderson o! New York by two. uo after playing twice over the lull course and holing out a on the home green for a three! It was a brilliant finish to a well con- tested match, the first half of which found the men on even terms. Travis won the title in 1900, re- W. Chicago 34 17 Philadelphia 23 19 Brooklyii 21 20 Boston 31 80 St. Louis 22 22 Pittsburg'...................... 21 Cincinnati 17 22 New York..................... 16 21 Pet. .600 .537 -512 .512 .600 .475 .450 .432 Saturday Games Philadelphia............ 3 7 0 St. Louis-............... o 1 1 Alexandor and KlllUer; Meadows OPENING GAME OF SEASON AT WARNER-BERG'S PITCHING WAS A FEATURE Warner, June 5-Basebali started -onTiicw lease of life in Warner yes- terday, when nearly 300 people saw a game-there- between Milk Paver and Warner. Warner won by 5 to I. I he ground was in' bad :shane, being very slippery, and it-was with difficulty that the players could move with anything like speed. Errors due to the state of tho ground were very frequent and were in a largo measure responsible for the score. There was 'a beginner, and shows promise of bet- and Snyder. Boston................. 34 Cincinnati............... 6 0 1 Hughes, Schnedler and Whallnci Salee and Clark. Brooklyn............... 0 .4 i Pittsburg...............11 16 1 Dell. Cador and Miller; Wheat, Ma 4he eighth but failed to score and then Slurton singled and scored .Wise. The pitching of Joe GHHM was toe feature of -the game. THE BOX SCORE AB.R.H.PO.A..E ri; Scrhey, 3h......... Lombard, Ib. Wray, c....... Wise, cf ptating two years later, and taking i.-r the third time in 1909. Last vnr. he was the runner-up to.Oswald whom he defeated in the semifinal yesterday by six to live. He won the national championship in 1900 1901 and 1903, and the British title in 1904. Anderson, who up to last fall play- ed from the Braeburn Goll club, was the New England intercollegiate champion in 11103 and 190-1. He was tho state champion of Massachusetts in 1807 and 1911 runner-up ior the French championship in 1911 and a finalist with Jerome B. Travers, -when the young Montclair golfer won the national title at Gar- den City two years ago. First Travis, out 445 454 Travis, out 445 Anderson, out 544 355 Return card Travis, in .......445 455 in ...555 364 Second round i Travis, out 454 433 Anderson, out 444 534 Return card Travis, -in .......453 SCO Anderson, in ...543 464 maux and New York............ Chicago............ perrltt and McLean; Pierce and Archer. 36] 0 4 S Humphries Sunday Games Boston Cincinnati Ragan and Doolu. -Scott, if. Murtou, ss. Helms, p. T. Ib. L.. 2b. Taylor, 3b. Green, ss. ,.V. Sillis, rf, C' Gillis, If. J. Gillis, p. Stafford; c. 0 0 0 8 2 10 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 7 27 '1 3 wen and Mnngin in right field was the hero oi the like a big.leaguer and .bringing in the win- ning run in the last half of the tenth ianing. Neither team showed to ad- vantage with the stick, though Verne 0 Hunt got away with a three-bagger lioff Berg. The.score about' indicates n the run of play, but the fans think 2 o the'Warner hoys can do better with n o more practice 0 01 In the seventh Thomson relieved 2 11 Hunt in the box for Milk River, and 4 0 showed better control, but less speed There were too many errors lor good 6 10 8 13 2 New York Chicago Teserau, Schauer, Hitter, Schupr and Smith; Vaughn and Bresnahaii. Whaling; Philadelphia .i St. Louis Chalmers, TJemaree Doak and Snyder. and 1 3 KlllUer AMERICAN Chicago Detroit'........ Boston New York Cleveland Sti Louis Philadelphia St. Louis PHILADELPHIA WOMEN'. WIN; Philadelphia, Pa., Julie Philadelphia women's golf team won the tri-city championship for the.Clem-, ent A. Griscom cup. today by defeating: New York women on the links of the Merlon Cricket club. Thf) Philadelph- iang won nine of the 15 singles match- es and all of the foursomes. New York defeated Boston on -Thursday and yesterday the Philadelpuians also defeated the -Boston women. Philadelphia............. 4.4 1 ixiudermilk, Jones and Agnow; Wy- ckoff and McCarty and Lapp. ball, but, the Rame was cscitang and 10 fi Jl ii. AB R H PO.A E from the 9 f> n 7 0 1standpoint, owing to t 0 0! the More all through. spectators' closeness of 1 2 0 2 2 1 2 2 0 0 11 38 S 13 27 53 Score hy innings North Lethbridge Travellers twu uuu uia-; THE, SUMMARY Sacnlice hits, V. Oillis, J Qlllis, two-base hits, Wray, Wise; wild 'pitch, Helms hit by pitched ball, T Turvott base on balls, off Helms 7, off Oillis 3 double plays, Green to Turcott, Wray to Lombard to Ber- BOBBY WALLACE TO UMPIRE Chicago, 111. June Wal- lace, former major league player, re cently released by tho St Louis Am- erican league Club, today wat ap- pointed umpire for the American lea gue He left Jor Boston, where, it was said, he would officiate Monday for the first time. tram struck out b Helms 10 Umpire by T. Evans 9, by' COAST LACROSSE Setnple State Champion St. Louis, Mo., June Grace Semple. of the club today became women's state golf champion, when she defeated Miss Laurie Kafser of the Gteri Echo club in the finals of the ..women's state tournament, two-and one to play. HILLHURST CAPTAIN AMONG .WOUNDED 28 "16 29 17 21 19 18 17 15 Pot .63 .63 15 .58 20 .47 32 .450 25 .405 29 .341 SHOES foil EVERY SPORT RECREATION Sold tr dl gftfid Shoe Dealers of mcv Seventy Join the Ranks-Major Campbeli Wiil Be in Command Mac'.eod, AHa.. June is to h'fcvo a Home Guard. This was Uio decision arrived at last evening at a splendidly attended meeting held in ff Ifl JAIL Dr. Fraser's Brother is Killed at Froht-W. Mackie is Injured Saturday Games 5 10 1 452 Walkeri, Morton, Jones and O'Neill; Johnson and'Henry. Detroit .-...'...'.........U- H New.York 252 Brown and McKee; Fisher .and Sweeney. Chicago.............. 2 43 Boston 4 S 0 Russell and Sciialk, Goster and Car- rigan. Sunday Garnet New York 4 13 0 Detrott .....6 If 2 Donovan, Cotterel and Nunamaker, Civet and McKeen. Arthur Mortimer, Calgary, of the Princess Pats It Reported Wounded Profetilonal New Westmiaster 12, Vancou- ver 7, Amateur Victoria 5, Vancsuver S Calgary, Alta, June 5 Ar- thur Mortimer, captain of the Hill- hurst football team, one of. the most prominent foetballers in the -west and irobaoly the best half-back in the pro- vince, is reported among the -wound- ed today Mortimer left with the re- inforcements for the Princess Pat- City Pittsour Kansas Newark St. 'Louis Chicago Brooklyn Baltimore Buffalo FEDERAL W; L. PCt 25 19 .568 25 19 .568 23 19 .548 Jl 19 .537 24 21 17 38 16 .52 21 .500 .42! 30 .348 U1EST AVENGES OF4G LEAGUE Chicaeo June 5 -Ty Cobh is the 38, 3M J. Smith, Boston, 30, Chicago, Juno ._ New J'ork, 20, .338, Rohe'rtson, New York, 33, 325 Fletcher, New York, 35, 321 Saier, only "four hundred hitter" left in 1he three big leagues, according to me wuoc averages prepared here today, which include batters who have takfa part in 10 or more games up to Thursday last Tiie percentage the Detroit star teli away during the week from ,427 ito 403, hut he tan his stolen base (total UP to 25 and his runs scored to 47 an 45 gamei, leading all rivals. American league pitchers who have won 70 per cent, of their'games or more are Faber, Chicago, yon 10, lost 1 Fischer, NewJYork, 7 and 1, Chicago, 5 and 1; Jroit 8 and 3, Foster, Boston, 5 and 1 Morton, Cleveland, 7 and 3. LtfDERUS LEADS NATIONAL Fred Luderus ol Philadelphia con- Itinues in front among league batsmen with the "National 386 for 26 jeagw games Then comes Clarke, Cincinnati 28 382 Good, Chicago, 27, 364 BirarMrrnan, Brooklyn, 14, .864 Ban bert Brooklyn, 35, .352, Connolly He will repair It'anH the prloe will be right A FULL LINE Of ACCESSOR- IES PRICES Agent for riiurcytli whleh wine of "ees en the American Centlnent. OUNSMITHjfNO LOCKSMITH D. Phene 10M Mh 319 Doyle, Now York, 34 3iS Hinchman, Pittsburg, 10, 304 Miller, St. Louis, 42, .302 Killifer, .Cincinnati, 36, .301 SAiER BEST BASE STEALER Sairr leads "in stolen bases with 12 in runs scored, 32, and in total bases, 93 His long hits include 15 deubles, eight triples and five1 home runs In homers lonever, he is behind Cravath, Philadelphia, who is credit- ed with nine. Pitchers m the National league's division are Pierce, Chicago, won 5 and lost none; Meadows, St Louis, 4 and none; btandndge, Chi. cage, 3 and none Hitter, New York 1 and none Mamaux, Pittsburg, 4 and 1, Mayer, Philadelphia, 8 and 3, Coomkf, Brooklyn, 4 and 1, Ragan, Boston, and Smith, Brooklyn, 2 and 1 each Alex- ander, Philadelphia, 8 and 3 Dell, Brooklyn, 7 and 3 _ Manager Lee Magee of Brook- lyn leads the Federal league batters and Benny Kaufl, one ot his privates, -Jige for 32 359 for 31 A MINIATURE STAMPEDE' Big Day ef Sport Billed for Picnic at the Bleed. Reserve Alta., June fourth, annual sports and picnic will take place at the St Paul's Mission, Blood Reserve, when, as usual a most enter talnlng day is promised The sports programme includes a i three mile marathon rate, bucking contest, pis roping, Tcrestllng on horseback, relay and point-to-point races, flat races, tug-ofwar and other novelty races, The prizes which are being put up are valuable ones, and keen competi- tion is profited for all the events Saturday Gamea 5 15 second.. Magee's average for 32 games ia 310 and KauR's 35 games. They are tied for the stolen base honors of the league" with 15 each. Leading pitchers of the Federal are Herbert, St Louis, uon 1 and lost nphe Prendergast, Chi- cago, 5 aid Allen, Pittsburg, 7 and 2 Plank, St. e and 2 La Fttte, Brooklyn, 6 and 2 Dick- son, PUtsburg, 3 and 1, Newark, 5 aid 3; Callbp, Kansas City, 7 and 3, TORONTOS BEAT BRAVES Toronto, Out, June Boston Braves yesterday afternoon went down to defeat before the Toronto Mapia Leafs m an exhibition game, the lat- ter -winning 6 to l_against the aspir- ants to the National pennant The Cottons put their regular team in the field, but were unable to handle the curves handed out by Luojie. Score Toronto tuque and Kocier; Hess and Tra- gressor FAST POLO AT PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia, Pa, June Thrilling polo was seen on the Held of the Phil- adelphia Country club today in the second and third rounds for the Morel- ton cup In the first match the Phil- adelphm Country club team defeated Baltimore.. Brooklyn Suggs and Jacklltsch; Wilson and Land. Buffalo................. 0 Newark............ 4 Ford and Blair; Kaiserllng and Bar iden. Pittsburg Kansas 1 Aleen and O'Conior; Johnson and Brown. First game: St Louis Chicago -Watson, Davenport, and Heudrix and Wilson. Second game: St. Louis............. Chicago.......... CrandaM and Hartley; and Fisher. First game: Buffalo Slewark J 5 Hartley ff 5 0 4 Pendergas 030 100 10 000 010 4 Bedlent, Blair and Brandon, Moee- ley and Raridwi. Second game: Buffalo HISTORIC LAMBTON MILLS, aepia the Fifth United States cavalry by the score of 12% to 1254 In the second match the Point-Judith four defeated the Devon team 8 goals to 7% At Brjn Maur, the Bryn Tllawr polo team Nei.k, u', four by ii.a scoig'of 10 goal: to In the Wooten cup tourfiament. QIANTS GET COLLEGE STAR New York, NY, Carroll, crack third baseman o' 4 10 5 Schultz and'Alien; k'eufcacb, Falken berg and Harlden. Pittsbnrg o 11 Chicago ........W Knetzer, Dfckson, LeClair and Ber- ry; McConnell. Henderlx and Wilson, Fischer 1 Jiacleod, Alta., June too free use of a club brought Black iieeps, a full-blooded Indian, before Justice the Peace Turner this wetk on a charge of assaulting B. G. Hillier. Mr. Hillier is in charge of the Upper Agency Farms on the reservation, and a disbute arose between the two over certain work on the farm, which re- sulted in Hillier receiving a nasty blow with a stick from Black Fleeps. Being the Indian's first offence, ho was Set off with a month's imprison- ment in the Mounted Police barracks Macl'eod.- It Is a very long time since an of- nco of this nature has been tried. Dr. Fraier Loses Brother Word was received today by Dr. raser, n.N.W.M.P., that his brother, axwell B. Fraser, was killed in ac- on tills week. Mr. Fraser, who was Calgary resident, was very well nown in Jiacleod, he having .visited ire on many occasions, and his lends in Madeod will sincerely re- ret the loss of this promising young an, who was only just.over 30 years age. At-the outbreak of the war e was given a commission in the 13rd at Calgary, but on arrival at alcartler, a slight defect in his hear- ug uirrsd him from holding this com- nission. He at once transferred' to he Strathconas as a trooper, and was erving with this regiment when-he as killed. Thrown From Horse While riding home to his ranch, W [ackle, a wen-known merchant of this, was throrn vlolpntly to the round as the result of his horse sllp- ing, while turning a corner in Main treet In addition to being rendered nconscious for "a few minutes, Mr. Vtackie received a badly cut head and ye He is making good progress to- vards recovery, but is unable to at- eid to his business. tho Town Hull lor the purpose to dls- cusuliig this important subject. Major y, li. J. Campbell, the wcll-knowii old-! time resident oi MacLeod, wns raaiuly responsible for iidvmicing iiie .idea, j' and acted as cliairrrum, of tho ing. He briefly explained the objects of the movement, and invited all tho j residents who were present, and in favor oi tuo te Join, to step forward and register their names. Over seventy wen at once came forward, including tile pro- fessional men of the town, and the leading residents. After a slight discussion, it was de- cided that.the uniform should .consist of a khaki shirt and overalls and the usual service slouch hat, v.-itli a yel- low aud biack hand, the Macleod col- ors. Owing to the heavy downpour, of A VETERAN WHO WAS WITH LOBJTROBERIS Laid Lew With Cured By CHATHAM, OHT., APKII, jrd. ijtj. "I am a veteran of the Crimean War and the Indian volunteering from the Royal Artillery into the Royal and served under Lord Roberts during llio Indian Mutiny, and am a Jjcnsioncer of the HritlsU Government. I'icrce haud-to-lmnd fighting and continuul exposure left me a grciit sufferer from so uiucli so that ray !egs swelled .'up, making it impossible lor me to walk. They cured me of; uoththeRheuumtismandConstipaliou. In my regular employment, I .walk thirty miles a day and enjoy perfect OBORGE WALKER. 5OC. a box, 6 for trial At nil de'ilcrs flr sent on receipt of priocby I'iuit-a-tivesLimited, Ottawa. Tomorrow night two rinks from tV.i' liuil'ire f.iiili meet the Gait Park bowlers on Gait Garden in the lirst oi a scries oi inter-club games the grounds are in splendid con; diiioii the games should prove very interesting to the followers oi thit grand' summer pastime. Wednesday evening the first game of "doubles will he played, Clark and Scott vs. Stcclc and'Adams. The winners ol iu rain which fell during the evening, and j will then he open lor clial- which, no doubt, iiojrt many away, it from any other two members was decided to hovd over the election of officers till Tuesday. evening, with the exception of a commander. this important position, Major of Hie club. HARNESS HORSES AT COA3T mis unpin LUIH. ituojiiuu, gan Francisco, Cal., June 5- The- bell.was at once nominated, an'd summer harness 'meet nnimously elected amid considerdnle j opened here wg Court House square Tuesday evenin next, when the first drill will he given by competent instructors. Applica- tiori for recognition ot the mmement bv the government been made. by McDonald of Indianapolis, won the 131) class trot with a best time, ol DO'S Beaver won the 2.07 pace, acsV time O-i ud the 08 trot i ent to Peter McConmcl best time providence Buffalo Rochester Buffalo tochester Montreal.. Toronto Sunday Gamea Jersey City.................. AM. ASSOCIATION Saturday St.Paul Second game' St Paul Cleveland..........l-........ Kansas City Louisville...... Full Breed Yaqins Indun Cluel, seen at the Oiplieum for three days this week in clurnctei comic Inchon toiigs, dances and iwitations. 3I 12! Milwaukee Columbus j Minneapolis................. "j Indianapolis.............. 2 Louisville Minneapolis City Indianapolis St. Piul Columbus Milwaukee Cleveland Sunday Games NORTHWESTERN BURNED Toronto, Out, Jufe on fit of the Hunker at LamMoe, o( the birtoric buildings of York county, was destroyed fire late lut nijht, -.if- Kansas City........... 1 Plank, Herbert, Watson and Hart- ley; Cullop and Bnielroth. UVTEENATIONAL W L. Pet Buffalo 11 5M Richmond.......... 18 14 MS Rochester: 17 14 Seattle Montreal Providence 18 17 18 11> IS It .539 117 .455 uarroii, crsca vmra oanwiim" Fofdham a con-1 Toronto 5s li Nationals, It Urai announced .by Ford-1 Newark bam athletic authorities here. The it Carroll bv the Giants 1 cSwCas a surprise, as J to ibe Jersey Cltjr Victoila Spokane tberdeen LOOK HERE QIKLS' DABING DEFI The Fleetwood School Girls' Base- bull team hereby challenge any team of girls, young or old, fat or lean, Pub- He ot High, to a fame of baseball an) ersulM before Juno 19 In case our If the, place, num- ber of nutt umpire can tie ar- ranged bT TTltlng to Lillian Parry, rtcretan-ireasurer of FleeUpoi OlUs' Athletic society- j In Germany a Spy But Jn Lcilibndge Ihc boy or girl wlio spies out the greatest number ot Lethbridge Typo. Union Labels appearing on printing matter during the month of June will receive one of those beautitul Watches on view m the window of R. A. Wright, the well known Fifth Street." s The Coiidilions, aud Rules appearing below will be found very easy and the competition will be quite a novelty to r those who enter. RULES FOR CONTESTANTS All entries and collections must be in to the S O. E. Hall net later thah 6.30 p.m, Saturday, June 26th. Envelopes, CounteMhecka .nd any'printing matter the label will be accepted. Only one piece, of printing for each job accepted, and no one direct" of tna.rectly connected with the pnntin, trad, olher than newsboys allowed to rompete. Each Label counts- vote, but must net be cut out or detached Irem -the printed matter. Boost for the Label TYPOORAPHICAt UNION LABEL COMMITTEE, N4.-M1. Endei-t.ll by tBTHBRIDGE.'TBAfaES-AND ;