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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE 18, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE- THRBB REMARKS ON Iff SI John McCiraw nays that Lurry Mc- ICBU the erstwhile catcher ot the llants, is u good baiter but he does his battiiiK at night .and is addictud to ninny highJmns.-C'ai'flclrt. Till' scheme ill the amateur union ivherebv ciich province will be appor- 1110 lo pay the expenses o iletcs at the Dominion Winnipeg next-month- si to 10th Uis not being received with wild en- thusiasm in tho east. The Star remarks that could hardly bav the. expenses ol a pair o! run- LinV shoes from the .Maritime prov- inces to Wlnnipen with a century iQte, much less send a delegation ot junncrs. George A. Dallss, for the Detroit Americans, was married Clayton, Mar St. Louis, to Miss 01-, Speako. Dauss was to pitch in the double-header with St. Louis balur-i Hay and he asked'the marriage li-1 cense clerk to ktep the wedding a j trcrot as ho feared he would be I nervous if the baseball croxvil knew j he had just married. The wed- 1 ding was a double ceremony, a sis- tor of the bride being married at the game time. TAKING THE COUNT lie crouches, livery muscle tense, Advances both liiB hands, and by the side of the homeplate Kaptorlally he stands How Slid the transformation, yea, It is a grief to see, 0'hc umpire, like a thunderclap, Bawls out, strike three -Garficld. It looks as though the Western Canada league magnates fortun- i" calling oft operations- this sts- Bion. Minor leagues throughout the roimtry are finding it hard to make both ends meet muter prevailing con- ditions. The Nnrihein League, the pircuit most closely corresponding Ihe [Western Canada, appears to be very sliaky. Matters are none too good in Grand Forks and Winnipeg- A bov-, cott by the blcacherites is cutting down the altemlance at Grand Forks, [while at Winnipeg the baseball pro- vided to date has been worse than !the corner lot variety. Other circuits leoliug the financial ipinch are the Western and Canadian Joagucs. The latter is already tailing retrenchment and may have some pliflicully gettine; through the season. tThe Hamiltnn club takes the bun for jrigid economy, according to a story emanating Irom Brantlord. The telc- jihone city is only a sliort distance from HaniiUon and when the Hams are scheduled there for a ssrks, the nmbltiom olty directors insist tiat frhe players take a jitney, making a Saving of something' like ten cunts ipar nlaii. The playera ,were sent home Jwipperfess, but the nthletre raised a (terrific howl and supper was provid- ed before the rnea took ttio trolley hsnie.. The ditty to the effect that; "AH tine Nke OifcU Love a is misleading, judging by the fouds irfio turn out o' a Friday even- 5.01. 'DEfftyp Footbaii Match at Athletic Park Last Night was Disastrous to Scotsmen's Prestige Who Played in Hard Luck-Call.es Player Registered Goal Against His Own Team Is. 0. E... i N. L. U. I (.'allies League Standing P. W. 2 a 1. 1 o GOAL SUMMARY First Half CallicB. Cowan, 10 minutes. S O. E., Farrant. 30 minutes. S. O. E., "Cameron, 3f> minutes. Second Half S. 0. E., 5 minutes. LINE-UP OF TEAMS Callles: Bell; Cameron and Eastoir. Cowan, and Brcnnnn: Knight. Buchanan, Liu- nlng, Knox and H. Linning. S O E Parsons; NesblU. and Wallace.; Cheneiy, .Lee and Harp- er- T. Bestwlck, Ourr, Drapor, Far- rant and Huggelt. Time; 45 minute halves. Referee: S .Phillips. Attendance: Poor. "Scored goal against MB own team by mistake. BASEBALL Chicago Cubs Defeat Brooklyn Dodgers 4 (o Pitcher Went Full Route NATIONAL L. GAME NOT A RECORD Jiiicago Philadelphia St. Louis Boston Plttsb.urg Brooklyn New York Cincinnati Chicago, III.. June j neck and neck in a great pitc.bing ex-> hibition, Zabel of Chicago and 1'fef-1 ier of Brooklyn yesterday fought a 110-innlng game to a finish which was 'C j hearl-breaking from the standpoint of! the visiting pitcher for tho Cubs won j goal .didn't count. There was talk ol ii protest on this decision. A few 1 minutes later the Callies, lollowei this up with a goal that did count. i Cowan booted a high one over the j hnacls of everybody from near the centre ot the Held and it by the Sons' goalie and landed between the llOSt.S. SONS KVKN- UP The Sons evened things up twenty mimiles later. They Pllliie irom the Callies and Draper kit-Bed for a goal, but Bell fumbled the ball and finally lost it completely, Farrant taking advantage of an easy kick in. Five minuUM later Cameron pulled Brooklyn ofl his biK misplaced confidence acu i Chicago........................... and preset the Sons wiU, goal Nine Mlller. Hum-1 .id two of the N'o up phries, Zabel and liresnalian. rjbieago's were due to misjfeys, Fish- hearten at this. .Not' i r v counting the winning score when and at em from tha JiCutshaw threw wild on Williams' of the halt and .kept th< ball st. Louis.......................................... f hard grander in the nineteenth. tally around t he b.O.h. goal, lUieri. Gowc'.y Robinson and Parsons proved to be a bus) man. Three corner kicks were iorced AUCTION SALE Tomorrow, Saturday JUNE 19TH AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT AT 534 (itli Street South FRANK -WADDINGTON_______ Instructed by the owner, will sell by Public Auction and Without Reserve an Assemblage of Useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and effects Oak China Cabinet, shaped front; Dining Table; Splendid Oak Wardrobe, double doors: Chairs and Tabl's: Sanitary Lounge; several Oak Dressers; Cheat o'f Drawers; Folding Screens; tivo splendid Carpet Squares, Ax- mtnsler and Brussels; Beds, Sprint's and Drop Head Sewing Machine in perfect order; Cooldns Utensils. Dishes, etc., and a large quantity of Bed Linen, Blankets, Quilts, Towels; a Stew-art -liange and a Refrigerator, etc. A Prompt Attendance Respectfully Requested. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S Stafford Block. 11 15 4 to 3, despite his brilliant work. Tho game sets the season's record for the number of innings, but it-was played rapidly. Pfeffor worked ai'l through the contest, and SSabel, succeeding Humphries, when the hitter's hand was slit by Wheat's hit in the first inning, pitched nearly as long. Piratic support was given both men. Erory Brooklyn run was direct- Iby the Callies in quick succession. Philadelphia However, their efforts proved of no Cincinnati avail against a stubborn defence: Mayer and SKCOXD.H'AI.K Clark. The Callies pressed for a few min- utes, then the Sons came away and "Kiiiiier Toney Farrant took a Pass ['rom his mates j Pi ttsbnrg ing when the not to mention past won their games as regular as they ate their meals, have not won R contest this season. They have played three games in the city league, losinc to the S. 0. E. in the opening game by 3 goals to 1, losing to the North Lethbrldge Ijiuted by 2 to 1 last week and being defeated last night 'again by the S.O.E. by the same snore as obtained in taeir first tilt with the Englishmen. COLLIES HOODOOED The C.allies are out of luck. Last nil-lit They came within au ace ot scoring on several occasions, but the bail was evidently iated io land but where the striving Scotchmen willed it. Twice or ttirice open shots presented themselves throughout the game, but the neces- sary skill in booting the ball at the critical moment was not evidence. A man without, leet could have di- rected the ball in. In days gone by these chances would have meant goals tor the 'Callies and no mistake. SOMETHING- RARE The Callies last night e.vtm had the i" fortune to score against them on the forward line and kicked clean and the last counter of the evening. The Sous held the ball in the neigh- borhood of the Scots' goal ,ior a per- iod, alter which the Callies broke i Chicago loose and carried it down to the op- Detroit Marquard and Meyers McQuillan, Conselman, Murphy and Gibson. poslte end. [losiic eiui. nncu "iLiitu itoaujii of the posts Buchanan was given yorlt opportunity to score, but he kicked i Washington over the bar. Later on Hammy bin- ning kicked up a lob which Par- son punched out with both hands. Hammy paid his respects to Larsons a moment later with a little more stuff behind his kick, but it failed, too. NOT TAKING CHARITY The Sons took a turn at pressing; i and Bell saved a couple of shots and i gt ijOUis cleared nicely. Then the Callies took the ball down. Somebody kicked out ol scrimmage at the Sons' goal. Par- sons .in attempt-Ing to save, lost con- selves. Cameron, Callies' half- al to- Inc when t-ac ioijn, not, to mcnuiun lieut John Slutter with his'merry back, was close to his own goal 1 pipers, "march out" at the Armor- ward ttie latter part of the tat, 1r Telegram. Should Home baseball fan who lias been out oi touch with the game for a year cr so suddenly lamp the (big league standings he would accuse Ithe newspapers of trying to kid him. fl'he leagues are all Topsy tuny this Whoever heard of the Ath- Detios and'Giants being in last place fit t8is-time oi ths year WUlll IrtlC Jilkl" u. _..- when in an attempt to intercept tae ball he slipped it off his body into the net that he was aelping to dc- A.I, aiv-idmt ifte mat was enough to tale the heart out of any K. 4 CARLOAD OF DOQS FROM WINNIPEG Winnipeg, .Man., June Word has been received here of the big dog show to be held in Calgary during exhibition week. Dog fanciers from a'll over western Canada have been enquiring about this show, and the entry list is bound to be large. George Kynooh and J. C. Fletcher will have charge of a car of local dogs to make the jaunt west- ward after honors. team. SONS WERE THERE The Sons deserve full credit for winning the contest. While the Cal lies, despite ill-luck, displayed flash- es of their old-time term and inhmtion, there is no doubti.but what the Sons hail the edge on the Scots. Tlie Gallics' forwards seemed unable to penetrate the solid back division of the Sons with any frequency, and the Englishmen played somewhat steadier throughout. AMERICAN within fifteen foot noaton Cleveland Philadelphia St. Louin Detroit Washington L. 20 IS 23 .623 .fiOO .600 .531 .son .408 .365 Duhuc, Steen and Stanage Ayres, Hopper, Q-si'iia and Henry. 10 Uostou Ferryman, Ruth, 'Mays and Thomaa. and Severoid a Philadelphia Scott and Schalk Dressier, Shaw- kcy and Lapp. Cleveland New York Jones, Harstead and O'Neill well and Sweeney. sons .m atrempting io save, i trol of the ball completely just, to the left of the net. .Buchanan was on the spheroid in a second and was be- tween the goal and Parson and had plenty oi time to carefully direct his shot." It was like taking candy from the baby to make a score with such au easy opportunity, but did he make it No! The little old ball skidded of! liis foot directly along the front of the goal eventually clear- ed. The Callies died hard. In the last five minutes Hammy Linning out- generalled the Sons' backs and shot toyuifically but Parsons mado a nice save pf it at the expense of a corner which didn't amount to anything. The heavy going was hard on the players and the moments of Lively Field Work Fast fielding saved scores for both sides, too, Infielders and outfielders vicing In desperate efforts to prevent runs. Twice the score was tied when, the game seemed over. With two out lia thn eighth and Chicago leading 2 to 1. Fisher tumbled O'Mara's ground- er and Myers scored him with a dou- ble. In the fifteenth Cutshaw singled, took third because nobody covered second when Phelan threw there on Wheat's hit, and scored on Miller's drive. Then Saier tied the score ag- ain by getting a home run. Fisher's single in the nineteenth and Schultz' long fly, placed the former on second whence he scored on Cutshaw's error. Each pitcher fanned six and Zabel passed only one batter. Pfeffer walk- ed eight, but three of his passes were designed to avoid danger from heavy hitters, and his judgment was proved right by events In each instance. McCarty was injured by a collision with Geti, and he forced from the LONGEST GAMES PLAYED American League September 1, 190G Athletics .1, Boston 1 21 iu- League-June 30, 1892; Chicago 7, Cincinnati 7 20 innings. FEDERAL BAD CONDITIONS The weather conditions were punk and tiie usual followers of the game stayed at home. The ground was heavy and it needed its whiskers trimmed badly in places.'The ball at times became lost Irom, sight around the oast goal. CALLIBS SCORED FIRST At the start ol the game the Cal- lies looked like winners, and had the advantage of a strong wind. Knight soon ball to the coveted.spot but an offside was declared and the the game were probably welcomed by Buffalo both teams who were about tired Mr. S. Phillips, ,lhe Hardieville school master, refereed vhe match and gave excellent satisfaction. Kansas City St. Louis Pittsburg Brooklyn Chicago Newark Baltimore W. U 2S 2? 2S 20 26 10 20 L. 21 21 23 .571 .540 .528 .527 .500 .373 .351 TORONTO PRO SOCCER LEAGUE IN TROUBLE Toronto, Ont, June Bees- ton, for some time secretary io the eastern professional league and the Toronto City club, and who recently was appointed secretary of 'the Can- adian Football association, has re- signed from the latter office. He has given as his reason for this step a lack, of adequate sjipport from those, most deeply interested in tie assioia- tion, which will now be run by Ham- ilton and district and Brantford clubs. KAI DE 500-MILE RACE AT INDIANAPOLIS First Chicago Buffalo 2 McConnell, Brennon and Fischer Bedient, Marshall and Blair. Second game- Chicago Buffalo Johnson and Wilson Scliultse and Allen. St. Loliis Groom, Plank and Hartley Moran, Kaiserling and Kariden. Kansas City 9 Baltimore o Cullop and Easterly Bender, Con- nelly and Owens. Chicago 2, Philadelphia 21, 1.905 20 innings. August HAS LACROSSE FEVER Saak., June REQINA Regina, Rough Riders, who have defeated Moose Jaw Maple Leafs auite easily in two league games, may go to Win- nipeg for carnival week tournament The Rough Riders are very strong and probably the be.st lacrosse team that has ever lined up in Saskatche wan. RIVERS BEATS HARVEY New York, N.Y., .Tune Riv ers, California lightweight, had the better of Johnny Harvey of New York in seven of the ten rounds in theii out here tonight. It was a hard ought battle, both finishing with ush and trying hard for a knockout Harvey had" the first'round, the sixth nd tenth being even. Rivers, in the ther rounds showed flashes of his Id-time form. R'ivers weighed 137 larvey pounds. Pittsburg 6 rooklyn 'Allen and Marian and Land. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo Providence Rochester Montreal Richmond Newark Toronto leraey City W. 22 23 22 22 21 17 II! 16 14 17 in 21 21 21 24 PC.. .Gil .575 .537 .512 .500 .447 .442 .390 Newark ;l Richmond......................................... Providence Jersey City Buffalo Toronto Rochester........................................ Montreal By .maintaining an average speed of 89.94 miles per hour for S hours, 3T minutes and 65.50 seconds, Ralph De rnlma won the. recent 500-mile speed classic at Indianapolis ami new world's record. AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus ru other games1 scheduled. NORTHWESTERN Aberdeen........................................... Seattle Tacoma Spokalie Victoria Noigjn_0jar New Store 3RD AVENUE NEXT TO P. BURNS CO, With a Fine, Clean, Fresh and Complete Stock of Quality Groceries _ _ -_ Your Order will be given very careful attention and will handled to your entire satisfaction. A -few items for Tomorrow's selling follow: Bar-Le-Unc, reg. 25c for Peas, Tptit Pois. Movers Grape Juice Lime Juice Corn, Pens and Beans 10C 1 UC W. S. Thompson THE FAMILY GROCER _ _ PHONE 316. Weather conditions handicapped he tournament at the city club ten- lis courts yesterday afternoon, and prevented the completion of the matches. The balance of the tourna- ment will be played off today, veather permitting. So far city court players lead, but he lawyers give promise of overtak- ng their opponents before the end, ind the finish should prove exciting. Victoria, C., June Iv.-Owing to the refusal oi the members of the Victoria baseball club lo accept a reduction in salaries alter sustaining 10 straight defeats, President Joshua lingham has thrown tip the Iran- Shoe Repairs While Yon Wait! BEST EQUIPPED REPAIRING STORE IN THE CITY MODERATE PRICES QUICK AND RELIABLE Shoes called for and delivered frank Miles 511 4th Avenue South Phone 1717 A NEW WIREM London, June new and pow- CLEVELAND CAPITAL BIDS FOR N.H.A. FRANCHISE erful wireless station, erected in RIM Toronto, Ont., June Harry Shannon of Cleveland was In the city Saturday get- ting details regarding the sale of the Toronto professional franchise, and it is understood he will make a bid for it, pro- viding 'he is able to got the sanction of the N.H.A. to trans- fer the franchise to that city. The series of games played by Toronto! and "Shamrocks 'e last spring at Cleveland took greatly with the Cleveland fans, and if Shannon purchas-. es the franchise, the Clevel- land ice" rink will be enlarged. v Owner Frank Robinson of the" TOrontos, who is going to the front, has been gazetted a major. WHEN HOTJAYS COME THE HAPPY COOLNESS OF MONT- SERRAT LIME FRUIT JUICE This healthful golden juice, with its snappy, fruity, aromatic flavour, is a summer necessity as well as a summer luxury. It keeps you well, it does you good, it supplies the pure fruit aci'd that the system needs. Else why is it supplied by the British Gov- ernment in such large quantities to the Navy and the Expeditionary forces? The reason is. it keeps peo- ple healthy and is a most satisfying, cooling bsverr.se for a hot day. Montserrat Lime Fruit Juice is re- fined from cultivated 'Limes grown in the beautiful island ot Montserrat. All leading druggists -and grocers have it. Get the genuine MONTSBK- OIL-TANKER San .Francisco, Cal., lune oil-tanker Desalba, under charter to the British government, was sunk bf a German submarine off the coaftt of tbs north ot Scotland, Monday, ac- cording to a cable receh ed by Robert Mitchell, treasurer the General Pet- roleum Co., from Andrew Weir, brother oil financier. Chicago, Cune will dedicate its now: speedway with'-a race of 500 miles in which Saupt, iinlph Sliiltord, Otto Frank Zucker, Dario Hesta, George; Uabcock, Hughie Hughes, Charles; tt.iu u Keene, Earl Dcvore, Ira Vail, Joe some .of the fastest cars and most j Cooper. itillful drivers in the world are en-1 The track isan oval course two miles in leugtlh The cars will run. on' tercd. The meet is scheduled for to- has been set back on account of the street car strike. Trial what is known technically as a lam- inated wooden v Hoofing, the surface "reduce "the mini- material .being two by" lours. .Thirty- bcr ot competitors to. the limit of foot embankments have been placed twenty-seven. at the turns'.- Provision has been made for, about spectators. Fast time, has besn made oh the track, which was completed last week Entries to date are Gil Anderson, Earl Cooper, How- ard Wilcox, Ralph de Palma, Evan Raalte V Porporato, William Chan-: Ltacit, dler Ed 6'Donnell, Tom Alley, followers of the sport predict Ham' Carlson Edward Hickonbacker, broken records. A speed of 100.09 Tom OIT Louis Chevrolet, Darney miles an hour already is cictltted to Oldfsclil, Uoii liurman, W. Drown, ICari Cooper in a practice spin en Harry Carl Llniburg, Willis the course, f HAIL Insurance BUMPER CROP ASSURED BARRING LOSS BY HAIL CAN YOU AFFORD TO CARRY THE' RISK? We can pluce your riik vrfth eompaniei having ample to iniure prompt isttUmtnt, In the event of Ions.. Cema In and let us show you. Kates 6.40 to 7% R. V. Gibbons Co. BALMORAL BLOCK Phone 1191 ;