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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE 21, 191S THE ".I, E'TJH BRIDGE 'ft A I.IT iH'ERAM) TRAVOS U.S. OPEN GOLF If LEADS HELD OF 140, ;INCUUDING CPACK PROFESSIONALS, IN TASK THE LEADING GOLF SCO.M3S Following arc' the SCDICH of ,the Iiciv champion and professionals who won cash prizes CAPTURES LION'S -SHARE OF BIG PURSE FOR 2.00 'PACERS AT EXPOSITION MEET Yesterdav 1st 2nd total ,U. Ttavers ......M8 ,T. L. McNamiira..HU R..G. McDonald...140 J. M. Barnes ......HO Louis Tellier .......MG Bl. J. Brady ........117 George Low .........153 Fred McLcort .......150 James Hutchinson.153 Ftanolscq, June 10. White Sox, with Uurfeo driving, -.wuu 297 the class for pacers, thus taking 2118 the lion's share of the purse 300 I hung up for the event which was the 301 concluding feature of the two weeks summer meet. Five gruelling 'heats-were nesessary to decide the event. Seventeen horses 301 302 303 o ece 3115 faced-the starter in ,the test .heat. In 305 tire final 'heat four horses remained. They were, While :Sox. Hal Boy, U. U. C :and iilho Beaver. The horses raced to form, the quartette being favored by I'lio crowd to place for tlie money. .White Snx took .the first heals unahle in impressive style, but .was to maintain .the tremendous pare set. Wai Hoy showed the most consiBlent strength and speed by winning the two final dashes. In the class pacing which car- ried a purse of 8200ft, Potrero Boy, U. P. Silva's hay gelding, driven by Daniels, got .the .first money hy tak- Had Complete Commissary De- partment Under His Coat Hod Wing. Sullivan, typical American tramp, caried a Itltcnon cabinet under his coat, and when arrosled here -llii! following things were found: Binht larsu raw potatoes, welshing seven pounds; one quart bottle of sweet milk one 10-cent loaf or bread, one half-dozou tea one half-dozen Saturday rolls, fresh; two one-pound, packages of i-ronntl coffee: two alumlnus sail and pepper shakers; Klass cruel filled with vluoKar, one raw onion and two Japanese nnper napkins. NATIONAL W. L. Vt'.t. Chicago SO 21 .'588 j St. Louis 32 .552 j Philadelphia 38 1 PittEburg 25 lloston U'l Brooklyn New York Sunday Games Boston............... St. Louis................. Crutcher, Tyler and Gowdy; ''Mead- ows and Snydur. 2-1 21 2t 28 21) 27 .549 .500 .402 Ml 8 j Philadelphia............. 1 r, 0 Cincinnati.............. P. C 0 Ocmaroe and Killifor; Dale.iUonton and Vv'iago. I Brcolflyn l Chicago Atchlson Brcsnahan. 1 C and Miller; 'Pierce Short Hills, N. J., June .the second time in the history of the United Stales Cold association the national open championship was won by an amateur today. After .a long and arduous test of 72 holes medal play, Tvliich hisgan yesterday and end-, I'd late today, Jeromo D. Travers .won the title "with a splendid score of 297 strokes. Travers has won four national am- and live metropolitan, as well as several other important golf cham- pionships, hut his heart's desire was gratified when aiicled the "opon1' to his long list of victories. VICTORY IS NO FLUKE There was no fluke or Haw in the quality of golf which Hie winner dis- played during the week. Ho won his honors cleverly from a field of 1-10 i ,oi the utst professionals and leading, amateur golfers in this country. Tie competition was international ,3n character, although the European >war had prevented Vardon, Kay and other English and Scotch ex- perts from coming to take part in St. Louis Tellier, a former French op- en champion, and A. J. Sanderson, -of Boulogne, France Ben Sayors of North Berwick, Scotland, and Dan---------------- of Hamilton, ,pnt., were j Park this season, among the contestants arid one of! a prominent fac-1 A. G. Sjience, the local bicycle Saturday Games 6 11 2 and Whaling; Sales and 1 2 1 and Myers; 0 4 Hannan 5 1 7 .0 ami GREAT TENNIS PLAYERS CLASH AT SAN FRAN- CISCO Philadelphia -rf, Cincinnati............. j Alexander and Killifor; i and Wingo. .180 .140 Schneider i Brooklyn................ 0 3 Chicago............... 5 10 0 Smith and JlcCarty; Vaughn, Hart San Francisco, June Norris Williams, American j and Archer. 3, ine a second and two firsts, respcc-: ;s expected to battle again lively, in the .three heats. Lizzie Dil- ,viti, Maurice E. McLoughlin oe Call-1 i nil fl mil i fill. Ill lon, :thG feck marc owned by C. E. Tennis association, wiiich pervise the events. HUE are the Right here in Lelhbridge, judging by the glim crowds that have been at: tending the perfectly good baseball and football games at the Athletic jJUL t ISU Lilt; UVUlllJ. _ .Seats lor 3000 spectators aro being: Cleveland................. 21 Sunday Games State's'National Lawn Tennis associ-1 First game: ation will send out 'George M. J Cleveland............. Church, Watson 51. .Washburn and i Chicago .306 .370 .358 hurc, ason a Dean Mather, ranked among the best Co.umhe, Jonos, Walker a oi1 tiic eastern cracks. tor up to HID final stage of the con- test, as he finished with a score of S0i in a fnr the fourth and fifth cash prizes with the western open champion, James ,M. Barnes 01 White fllarsh Valley, Pa., formerly of the Spokane and Tacoma (Wash.) Coun- try clubs. OUIMET FINISHES FAR. DOWN None of the other prominent ama- teurs lived up to his reputation dur- ing the closing rounds. Francis Uuiwet, the amateur champion, who won the open event two years ago, after playing off a brilliant tie with and Ray at BrookHne, Mass., could not control his clubs today and finished with a total ot 317. Chick Evans, the young Chicagoan, Tvho holds the western amateur title, played disappointingly, although he finished 10 strokes ahead of Quunet. R. llarston, the state champion o[ New Jersey, had a total of 308. DUNDEE BEAT CROSS New York, N.Y., June had the better of -Leach Crois ;in their bout in the open at Ebbeta field in Brooklyn last night.- Dundee had eight out of the ten rounds and Jiad Crons blooding from, the mouth and nose aftor the fifth round. Dun- dee weighed loO and Croon 136 pounds. Froddie Welsh. lightweight cliam- .jilon of the world, easily outboxad Johnny Lustig of Brooklyn in their ten-round -bout. Welsh weighed 136% and Lustlg 137. speeder, informs the Herald that the hike riders of Lethbridge would like to see a bicycle race put on at the sports that are contemplated here on Dominion Pay. Mr. Spence has al- ways proven iiis superiority in bicyt'Je here in'the past, antt wo.uld be wilting to give all other competitors a landlcap that -would assure a .close race. A good bicyde-Tace would be a fine attraction, und is worth consid- eration as a feature event liy the solons who wi'll gather .at the Y.M.C.A, this evening, apropos the First -of July celebration. However, the boye want good prizes put up. Another event that would prove a star attraction on the sport program oi the Dominion Day celebratien here is a motor cycle race. With a motor cycle ciub here in full swing, there should be no difficulty in arranging a big race. Motor cycle races are all tbe .go these days. Let's have one. Some Alfalfa "Alfalfa" Kane: "Lost a horse this morning." 31ayor Hardie: "Where did you lose "Alfalfa" Kane; "In the alfalfa lorae place." HERALD ANNUAL ROAD RACE the Herald trophy will be put up in connection with the sports here on Dominion Day. Five-mfie runners, get busy. The" event is .open- to the run- ners of the west. There will be priz- es put np whb the.cup, first, second and third. The Pacific coast will contribute! Second game: McLoughlin, who lost the national CIeveiamj 050 title to Williams last year, W. M. j Cllicago 7 o Johnston, John Strachan, T. U jrorton, .Harstad and Bgan; Scott Bundy, R. I, Murray, Elea FottreH nllllllk It. l.l. iUULlnJ, i'uuvit.i and Clarence Griflin among others. Other expected entries are Beals C. Wright, former national champion Joseph Tyler of Spokane, and Mcl- vHle II. Long. The entry list will close July 8. On mnerenc pcusMunB m JURSTEDT WINS AGAIN i league baseball.jnatches here, runners rork, N.Y., June have attempted to steal a_b luuna ujurstedt, the Norwegian J who recently won the American na- tional tennis championship, won ag- ain today in the special tournament at the Crescent Athletic club. She defeated Miss Florence Sheldon. Alontclair Athletic club champion, 1 11 7 13 l 1.111; iiitttei.ii linivno. The Paciiic coast will contribute j Noill; Benz and Schalk. ZBYSZKO INJURES OPPONENT New York, Jf.Y., June Lurich, Russian wrestler, was remov- ed to Bellevue hospital as a resu'lt oE injuries sustained in his match hero tonight with Zbyszko, the giant Pole. Shortly afterwards Lurich, failing to revive, was taken to the hospital, where it was said he was suffering from internal inuries. Detroit LOOK HERE NORTH LETh'BRIOGE U. F. C. A practice game has been arranged for Tuesday evening in Adams1 Park at 7 p.m. AH players are requested to be on hand promptly. SONS' PRACTICE MATCH The of England F.C. will hoiii their weekly practice at the barracks grounds on Tuesday evening, at 7 o'- clock sharp. All members requested to attend. BASEBALL TUESDAY NIGHT North Letiibridge and KECK play a city amteur baseball league match at the Athletic'Pork tomorrow night. St. Louis................1 7 0 Detroit................. 0 4 1 Weilman and' Agnow; Bauss and Stange. Saturday Games 031 780 Stanage; Washington........... Covaleski, Boland and Johnson. Ayres and Ainsmith. Chicago............ S 11 1 Philadelphia............' 3 3 Cicotte and Schalk; Wyckotf ana First game (ten Cleveland.............. 6 2 New York............... 5 H .0 Mitchell, Jones and O'Neill; Fisch- er, Keating, Nunainaker and Sweeney. Second game: Cleveland.............. C S 3 NEK York.............. S 2 (Hagerman, Morton and Bgan; Mc- Hale and Sweeney. St. Louis................ 510 0 C-'lii ?f- fouls to catch train.) Loudermilk and Agnew; Gregg, Slain and Thomas. BERG THROWS DAV1SCOURT Elberton, Wash., Jnne wrestling match between Berg anfl Daviscourt last night was -won by Berg in 25 minutes. On different occasions in the city MISS BJURSTBDT WINS AGAIN i league baseball.jnatches here, New York, N.T., June ha-ve attempted to steal a base with Stolla Bjuratedt, the Norsezlan girt the base anead occupied. On one pc-! easion the team at bat conceded the runner out as soon as he touched sec- ond base, and the umpire ivas not, called upon to make a decision. Tom-j my Evans umpired the game in which j the play came up and he declared steward he would not have callou the runner out unless he was "tag- j ceti Jt but Bince the team at bat con-j ceded the runner out without ques- tion, he did not interfere, which is the usual procedure for an umpire. The play, has scared up a good deal of controversy, as to..whether or not the runner from first forced tbe run- ner off' second. It a runner is forced he has not to be "tagged" but if not forced he must be. "tagged." In the foregoing play the .runners were not forced and the- unipire is no doubt correct in stating that .he would not have declared the- runner out until' he was tagged out off the base to which lie belonged... Here is a somewhat similar play ruled the "Sport- ing an authority on baseball 'which upholds the contention of the umpire: on first and sec- start i double steal; ball goes to second base; runnef Cheats the ball there and is tigged while standing on the base 'runner going 'to third had a fall and after, ball thrown to third he goes back to second and al so is touched stand- ing on second, the other runner going back to first. Which is out and clear up the play! who had left secotd base comes bick to the base the [tinner from first who had made it has temporary right, to it, which ii forfeited only when the other runner returns. Neither -is out in this tor both got back to original bases safely Had hoth re- mained on Second base, the man who had come dovfn from' first would bo .the man to tag out. ILLINOIS FIGHT BILL KILLED Springfield, 111., June Car- .Toll bill, legalizing boxing in Illinois, had been passed by the senate, defeated Thursday, when the low- or house of the lefiislataure ..refused to suspend its for the 4ion ot tke measure. The vote on the of the rules was six votes -ehort of the.r'.sulred D. F. Fraaer of New Glaogow was elected Graud Master of Nova Scotia iMaioni. Lee and Chandler, the Glnser Girls, who. will-be leen for the at Today Away Back Between Times Today The Stone Age man held a ipebble in his motlth for moisture arid to .prevent thirst. 'Forlorn makeshift of an arid 'land. Roots and herbs served better where plant life existed. Early the Aztecs used pleasant and agreeably from tropical'heat. Refined Mexican 'Chicle, its merits proven by the test of time, is the basis of Studied processes, special machinery, immaculate iattories and the waxed wrapper sealed .air tight make it the Perfect Cum in the Perfect Package. Win. Wftglty Jr. Co., LU., Toronto, Ontario Two delicious Jiavors cooling, soothing Peppermint end ;the toothsome tang of fresh Mint Leaves. CIS mm Chew s FEDERAL .Sunday Gamee First game: Pittsburg................. J T '0 Newark..............'Oil Rogge and Berry; Hosely and 'Bari- den. Second game: Pittsburg 0 6 Newark.....1. 3 :8 Says Liberals Were to Get CONTINUED FR'OM TAGB. That the parties to the con- tract representing the Liberal party should be permitted to 'diet-ate the 'form oi letter oi resignation oi Bareer and O'Connor; Kaiserling late premier .nHTtariden! the proceedings bclore and Rariden, the royal eommMsran should Tie stilled Saturday Gamee First game: Sti Louis............. Brooklyn 11 2 9 plank. James and Hartley; Wilson and Land. Second game: St. Lonis 10 Brooklyn.............. 2 7 0 .Crandall and Chapman; Lafitte and Land. 27 3 4 10 0 Rnelbaxih and Pittsburg Newark..... Knetzer and Rariden. Chicago s Baltimore................! 8 2 Hendrix and Fischer; SugKB, Bailey and Owens. Kansas City............'551 Buffalo...... Kenning and Easterly; Ftord and Al- len. Second game: Kansas City............ J Main, .'Johnson and Eastetly; An- and Blair. INTERNATIONAL SundaySlmct Rochester Montreal ..T.................. action brought tilled against C and senior cduKsel Kellv P junior counsel liei) A J Andrews, K C sen counsel for the late government P. Wilson, K.C.-, -senior Liberal co sel J B Coyne, junior counsel, ft J Symington, jun Liberal counsel When Mr Fnllerton compleftd statement, Gtiief.Justice that the commission as at, constituted could take no action the charges It would be liecessj he said, that the new commission appointed or the powers of tne pi ent con-mission be extended to co the matters referred to the roy; and civil That the balante of 000 due under the agreement tor calling OH the election petitions should he paid-over upon'the dissolution of the commission Tint the members of the late government should resign and their places he taken by .Liberals, who should returned and they did dictate, the retiring prem- ier's letter "In pursuance of this agreement the1 government did resign and the prem- icr's letter oi resigmtum die- OFFICER wng, tatcd by a prominent member 01 the" present admimstxation "It was also arranged that the A-ttlE tOU WINS (5000 PURSE TR San Francisco Cal Julffc lie 'Lou, the 'broTvn filly from the et nock farm, won one the feature of the summer meet, hy taking tM year old trot and the lion s share the puroe offered for' this er< work of the commission 'should cease, hut public opinion made this impos sihle and forced the gotefnment to proceed. "I have has a list of who will establish the facts abort stated. My request "is that this com- mission issue suhpoenacs for these LUSlTkt Lonoon Time It Tie the man snbnarine U IS that Lusitama, according to the correspondent of the Evening Newi "It has heen learned here that decoration the Order of PoiS Mente, recently bestowed unon. Li commander of the U-81, a, Was in recognition Horpedoemg of the i and permit me to -appear Ule correspondent before you and examine j_ Mr. Fullptton demanded suhpoenaes t for the following, as witnesses had knowledge and could .testify as to the "deal" The Witnesses Sir Douglas Colin Cameron, Lieut. Governor of Manitoba H. M. Hott- cll, Ohief Justice of Manitoba court of appeals; Hon.-Tobias C. Notris, premier lion A B Hudson attoi- First'gamo: riey-gehetal lion 'Ihonias Jonnson, Jewey City of public worts lion Sir j RdSmond r. Uohliii, former premier; HoS- James Iloiulei former attor 3 ucy'gehetal Fianlv H Phipren, tv econd name. Newark Jertoy City Saturday Jeney City Providence Joreey City Providence Buffalo Toronto 6 I Toronto Newarli 11 Rochester 0 Mo'utropi DANCE Henderson Lake Pavilion TOMORROW NI13HT GOOD MUSIC 10c a fit 3 fei- DANCINO TO 11 M. ;