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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHDHIDGE DAILY IIEHALT) yiASEBJIll IMS Three Evenis on the Card-Two Harness and One Running Race harness events and cne fUe- fLrlorir: dasn, tomprlse tte card of ibe of the Western Canida Hac- ic? circuit l.rrc at the irack today. The finest army o; !n tbo HI-EI is represer.'.ed at meel. Hire are ibt fnlna for today: First J.10 or 2.05 Trot- Purs- S1000 Fern Hal. tl. ra.. by Gold HaL Onn- R. D. MicpheiEon, Stecina. Driver, MacpcerecD. taktsldt Hal, ch. h by Dtrect Hal. P. O'Dsvyer. Edmonton. HtDEE. Nellie G. 61. a, by Slmorci. O. Stable, Calgary. Me- Kellar. Roan Hal, rn, b, br Athaiilo. S. H. Calesry. Walt-r J, b. ST., by Camtss W. G. C. Minneapolis. Loom- Is. E-Slar King, b. g, ty Keeler. Scl Murray, Helena, Mont. Palci. Francis J, b m, oy The'Paleh'cr's Boy. J. C. Ugset, Olden, Utab Mcli-Jlre. [Doubtful Second Majcr Rase 2.20 Trot Purse E. g bj Major DHlca. J. Stewart, Monarch, Alia. Stew- art. Fcty Togo, rn. m.r by Aihablo. G 11. Smith. Salt Lake. Ragsdale. M. p., blk. a, oy Symbols Marria Childs, Spokane. Child! Boy, b. n.. hy MontBlja Grattan. Sol Murray. Helena. Murray. T., b. b !iy Zcmbro. O. W. Hanrahan. P.EI. LoooiJ. 6-Oro Monbclls, blk. c, ,by WilJtea. A. Leti bridge. Haar. S-. b. h by Ga Letlibridge. Geo Third RKMAKKABI.E 1'ICTL'KE WHICH AUItlVEI) IX 1H11TISH M AILS THIS WEEK i.-ij.i its National OXR TO XOTIUNO 51. l.ouis, Junf LouUvoa :toin Chicago t'idjy 1 to 0, iiutiiiij; t trio out or three The learns Nero to havo a but after the tirat fauif luil Jnursy fjtr.1! ;on.e two it so hard yock it.at same called. Soon after I ft-ajliloitun the sun came out, enabling tl.e teams ;o ul-iy seroi.il game. Chicago................. 0 11 St l.o'Jis 1 11 Lavender, Keuiluch ahd Urejiulu' 3riner and Sinco. made it four straight, u inning 8 fo in the ninth Manager Dooin. r.ol Th: rtrroval cf M'ss Divisor, the tuffragstts, after she had throv.-n the King's horse in the English derby. She s being carried from the ccurse, faully injured, after attempting to break up the race. This is most daring Incident in history. caring io lake any chamrs, up on Alexander to relieve who lad st.'.rfed off l'> tiassiiii; the first up.n up. A fast double play a to I'asUri slopped tLe lloslon :eani. 1'hltadelpl.ln 8 11 2 Boston 5-11 4 Scaton aj.d Alexander and itillia aUor, DicVson, Hess and Uariden. BEING AN ACCESSORY TO .THE FATAL' FIGHT AT THE CAL- i GARY ARENA Five-furlongs, Bt-lah b. m.-, by Free Knight. L. Ericksoc.Forsythe, Mont. 113 tee D'Or, ch. g, IT Alles D'Or. B. R. Morgan, Saskatoon MerrHIeld, E. g. iy Den D'Or. P, Bosye, Minneapolis Babble, b. m by of the Thiitle. B. Powtey, Moose Maretla, b m., by Nsmgin. R. Pointer, Lewiston, Mont 117 Vctmmo, i. a., by Empsror of M. Ollre, Macleod 119 NEEDS A LITTLE HELP Some Philadelphia scribes Jui. been unkind enough to accuse Cobb of "lay. las down" In a serlss uliyed in tbe Quaker City. They say Ty "dessert It" because he (Sid not get more hits. He made enough as It was, h'lt his team wss unable (o beat the Athletics. H must te discouraging to tat 332 for Canary, June trial of Tommy Burns for being an accessory to the fact iu the manslaughter of Luther McCarty, of T.-hica Arthur Pel- iey was acquitted m tbe criminal as- size court yesterday, will come up be- fore a judge1, of the Supreme Court, at the fall assizes in October, It i5 possible that Tommy IVjrns nil also be charged under Section of tlie Criminal Code, which reads s loltows: "Every one is entity of an offence, and liable, on summary conviction, to a penalty not exceeding anri not less S50, or to impmonnunt for a term DOI exceeding twelve months, with or without hard labor, or to both, who is present st a prize fight as aid, second, umpire, tusker, assistant, or reporter, who uacouraiie- msnl or promotes etch n HANDICAP, OPEN TO GENTLEMEN OF CLUB, W1L FEATURE THE OPENING DAY The official opening of the local country club's nfcw golf Hnks, east o! the provincial Jail, v. ill take place on Tuesday, July 1. There will an open Cluh Handi- cap, IS holea, for gentlemen. In addi. tlon be a handicap for lad- ies, 9 holes, provided that there been sufficient entries for this event before the mcrcing of the first. THE ANCIENT AND ROYAL A far green trail and a wide blue PV.y, A. clean white pill co a velvet lie; And a cut shot dead to the pin Ar.d tte thrill of a "three" as ihe puu iTOps in: As it goes In the old tin cup And the ECOIO card shows that yo-j stand two wo up and the old home hole id Some game? YOJ paid game is right. But tcrrjorrow comes with a sudden snitch Where you jour drive aad you fidb your pitch; i'fccrc >oj thump to the trap with a nm-.idtln curse And your fourth out Is a darr.ed sizht worse. team that has a pitcbere. lot of putty-armsd WHI3HAH LOSES JOB Edrr.onton Has New Ipianajerln Harry Redmond Edmonton, June whlsrnan, who has managed the Edraon'on bali learn since the beginning ol the sea. Eon, has hcen deposed, and Harry Redmond, the snappy secor.d sacker, will 6e the new manager. It Is likely lhal Whisman Kill bs traded for a third hjBeraan, who Is tadly ;o-j and top When ou schlaff and rTo yo-i hit won't When you stand six rlt soul S2id this smear game? cup and the pill aith >OI.T JOE JACKSON SUSPENDED Chicago, Juce OutlicWsr Joe of the r-as in- Following are the orizes to te nf- ferert for ihe sport events in connec- tion with ihc Dominion Day celebra- tion, and may be seeo In N'el son's window. Tntries from ar.d Cranbrook been ar.il some uarni contests arc looted fur 100 Yds !15 watch 2nd 510 betel 3rd, S5 Imls One-ball mile-1, Sli satch 2, HO locket; 3, {5 lids. Hammer H5 clock; 3, 510 dress 3, S3 stand. !S racri 2, 5 trajs, 3, 5 fif'd giassc-5. 1.10 Yds rarving Ret; 2, locket'; .i, lir.ks r-'nt man'i stick pin lob 3, vest buttons. Motorcjde S20 set knives and forks '1, silver i 513 ebony brushes; 1, S10 cighWav 3, 45 fob 2 and3, watch Mile rim-I, SI5 vase 2, clock 3, J5 f.shing sel. High SIS wmt 2, S10 clock 3, S3 tiuct stand (iirls1 locket and chain 2, bracelet 3, hroorh. 50 Yrte clock; 2, [r-iin lain pen 3, kr.ifc 2 20 Yds. dash-l. !15 wrist Matr'.i 3, wrist waich set and I'olc SI', tray 2, S10 sil- ver Ijrushrs 3, S5 small clock. OM man's c.irm 2, pipe; 3, pipe. racc-1, 2 ar.d 1, fob. 'PLAY ZE BALL1 ste told tint the French have taken up baseball seriously. If so. It will be amiisiog to Am. erican players to the ant. Mated proceedings says the Cleve- liml Plain Dealer. Imagine this sort of thing: The umpire (high hat and bill, tor-'boto The M'sleur, le hall miss le plate by ze haH mile. Tbe Umpire, fa ze victim of ze mteftake. Zy ball cut ze con.aire. Tbe ze utmcst de- ference to M'sieur's in- telllser.ee, it il'slcur who Iss The Fans, In lala, play ze baifl! The captain of the side at bat, coming ze umpire 1 salute you. The Umpire, lifting Ms high hat my compliments, cap- tain. The eard, M'sieur. The mine, M'jt- ear. The friends, ze Itchuir and ze stopshort, will honor xerselfes' hy calling upoa you zis evening'at t, hy ze clock. It H is agreeable to M'sieur zo meeting will talc' place at sees by morning deck, behind ze Grande 'otel Au revolr. The Vans, lala, play ze ball. t GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES American TOOK CHANCES OX HAKES U'asbiDgton. JUM- base- by ilefeated Nekv Yolk today 3 to (1, the local team swoml shut-uuV iu as National W. I, I'.O. 37 I! SI 21 .SI'S .15.1 .UJ .117 American i- re. PliilaJclphia 13 ]j L'levelar.J 40 21 .625 tt'.sshit'stou 31 25 .515 I'nitou 31 27 511 C1.UMHO......._....... 31 31 I Boston, Jur.e 21. 1'1'iljJi-ll'hU Gossclt, Uocbling and Hriiiy. Yori n International W. I.- PC. NeH.irk ............._ 42 23 .cic Uo.'hMter as is, .570 I Buffalo 13 Jo 53S I PloildeLCo 30 33 .470 H.iHiinore 3n City......_ 2S A BAD SHUT-OUT Cbltago, Junu Lou's hit Lang av.il freely and oppor- tunely tod.iy, shutting vit the lot .Us .Montreal Toronto Ht. Lo-Jis s Chicago................... 0 Mitchell and Laage, ar.d Sihnlk. (K.-iiii-as C I St Paul TKSlcli.lU l.V KORJI N'ew YorV, June 21. N'ew York aroke eten in U.e series Uroofc- lin, Tvhnlng the Jast game of the series today 4 to 0. Tesrcau in- vincible and hpld the usilors to 5 scattered hits. Ilrooklyn.................... 0 52 York.............. 4 70 Slaclr, Yiing and anil Mejcr. Miller; Tesrcau rillsburt, rain. Cincinnati, postponed.. li.diau.ipulis 33 32 28 3-i ._...... 23 40 Association w. 40 3o 31 is ._ 33 ai 30 23 39 476 .377 -5SO .571 Ui .507 .193 37 39 Northwestern Detroit, June Detroit today dividtd a double-head- i Yancouvr er, the first of flip series on the Ue-1 Portland troit fleiil. Ti.c first game went 1J Victoria inninps, Cleveland winning B lo 4, Detroit taking the se.cor.ii C to 5. C'.'pvrlar.d. 6 51 Detroit -t 7 Seattle Tacotna............. Spokaiie [Handing nnd O'Neill I'ar- isrh, Wiltett and'McKce. 5 71 Detroit................. 6 13 3 Blar.dir.g, Mitchell ar.d O'.Veill Seamlocli and Saskatoon.... 31edicir.e Hat Moose oaw Seiina noston-l'hUadetfilila game postpon- ed, wet groiinda. GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES Intcrnatinnal MASON'S DAY OX Xeuart, June 2i. It took "t.'c Mootrcals only two innings to drive CJeorge ,Mell to cover in the came here 'toBay. Schaclt. who relieved him, pitched good ball, tiut lost out as his irerc held safe by Mason, v.ho had one of his good dejs. 4 73 3 50 .Mason and Hums Bell, Sbaw and Higgins. -TORONTO TOOK 'ONE Providence. -June 'U- vi'lcU today's double header with I'co- viilcnrc, winning the firbt game 9 to 3. but lost the second 7 lo 4. ToroMo i S 5 Providence 7 11 0 iearne acd Uecjnis Moran and Kochcr Toronto 3 IS 2 Providence 3 0 and Hemls; SHr.e, Jloran ar.d Unslow EDDIE CAHPI GOT THE DECISION OVER LEDOUX AFTER 20- ROUND LIMIT Los Jur.c Cam- pi, ol San Francisco, was given the decision diaries LeJoux, ol I'atis, at the end ol tlu) 20-round bout at Vcinon last tiight. The Par- isian bad no chanre niter the ninth round. The 8an Francisco hoy gate fhc Frenchman a tcni'olc beating, but -A as unable to knock liim out. liufialo Maltirnore Kollle and Gotvdy 1 3 8 Hoth and K liunalo Haltiiuore....., Jamieson and Late Sbattlcy and Uergen. liorheslcr Jersey City Mart.n and V'llliar.i: Wells. bbawkey 2 4 3 0 Mansor and Canadian St Tliomas 5, London I Pcrlin 5 Pdctlioro 1. Hamilton C, Ciurtph 3 2, Hamilton 1. OtUwa 10 Hrnr.tbrd I. definitely hy Presided 4 Mlt Jotaon, of the American league, to- day, for his trouble igan in a ga.Tie on Saturday. hags 2, Vive mile !20 set In Uavplrp (oiks; no dressing case; [fern pot. AMERICAN AERONAUT CHOSEN Kansas City Man Will Be Alrfe Fn In- ternational Race Kansas City, June K. Ouhcnberry, a local nev.'spnper writer, today aido of tno baUoon Kansas City II ,'entrnnt of tho Kansas City Aero Club In the national elimi- nation raco that uil! start from here on July Tre ninncts of the- rare Rill represent America In the interna. tlonal race for tho James Oordori Hen- nclt tronhy In France this fall. Mr. Qvjl3caberry was aids to John WatlE, pilot of the Kansas City II, In the national cllailrialloa raco last year, In which the pair finished second. Association Indianapolis Works anil Ca.sey 0 'i basket le ami Columbus Woodburn ai.d Severoid Kerry and Smjth. Kansas City Milwaukee Tihoades ar.d Krelchell and tlughca. Victoria S, gamw. It Spokane 2. Xo Olher Norfiiei'ii ffinnipej 3, Virf-tnln 1. St. Paul 1 Minneapolis 0. Superior 7, Grand Forks 2. Duluth 7, 6. DETECTIVES BUSY AT BELMONT PARK RACES Magistrals Threw Case Out of Court In Which Betting Was the Charge Minneola, N.y .lime Horse- rac- ing, as recently revived at Holmont Park. 13 frco from betting tn Ihe eyes ol tho law, according to a decision of Judge Prieunanp, Billing as n c mitting magistrate here. He throw o-it of court yesterday, llie proceed- ings brought by tbo District Attorney of Nassau county, based on the alle- gation by private rtcltcthes that they liad placed beta wsth boo'xmaiterB. The court held that II i-m not shown that toe men with whom the bets were placet! were bookmakers within tho meaning of the law. L. P T. Western Canada I, 30 23 IS 18 13 13 .C27 .591 A1S .4J7 p.c. .769 .551) .an .302 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES BKILUAXT MFA'TAi; DISPLAY June Reese gutci that by parsing in (ho eighth, thus-filling the bases ttat ".c ivouhl 3iave a gond chance to get nlf O'DAV, Rcnry instead of hitting into a double plnj: or fanning, tfU out a livo-lagger nr.rt started the Millers aM on a batting rally, Well resulted In five runs bring scored- The result o! this brilliant rr.cnfal cfioit ivas that the Brotiks lo'.t the final game of the Moose Jaw series, UiC score lieing 7 to 3. Aside Iroin this or.c inning Heesu pitched good hall. He was ghfn errorless support. Xorlhrnp, on the mound lor. the Milieu, v.fts m splendid form, didn't issue a pass and kept the seven flroncho Mts well scattered. Hodic got of the. locals' hits afid out of tU four times he np- aeheii He rJale got a sarrlf.cc and three safeties- Score ......100 000 150-7 11 4 algnrs- .......000101001-3 G 0 N'orthup and Mooie; Jicese and Hochy. Hcd HMN' MADE IT TIE ontCjij, June Rain tobhM of here tonfpht. The scored two runs in {Mr linlf of the but a terrifle lainstorm came up i'J5t as the. first I-'dir.ontcri man came to bat. Umpire Uayet called the game, the score te- vcrling; (o the end of tho sixth, wtten it stood 2 to 1. Tbe Ciray Hirds got every brent in tlio luck and nero fyrtiinate to get out with a tic. 'Hic visitors o'.ithit" anil ths homo team, MaU pitched vastly superior article ol fiail than Dickinson. Score PITY POOR COBS Tyrns Cobb, tho world's greatest Mil player, fs downhearted. Things have been breaking badly for the fa- mous slugger Wia Reason. Flrat he. held out and got a nalary reputed lo be a scar. Tough luck. Now he lias hit a baiting ?Iump anil Instead of pounding Iho pill at d .GOO Enlt as be ddl when the season opened, ho has Iho rnlpc-rnble l.altlti; average of Can any one Ininiflno Ty having poor- or luck tbiii IMal Kegina ...002 7 2 Kdmonton ...010 2 anil HaV.cr DlcKlr.son arid Spencer. CiAMK Medicine Hat, June Hal. vs. Saskatoon, postponed on ac- coimt of rain. Two games tomorrow. The New lOc. Cigar With Thai fascinating flavor "I'lor dc gives you the rich, mellow, tropical flavor of Ihc pure Havana lobaccos of which it is made.. Y6( it is sweet and to the rare skill iu lenf. "I'lorrle.Claro" h a fullffiavoicd a blend to please Ihe popular lastc. 5 J. BRUCE PAYNE n.lUTEU, GRArVBY, P.Q. ;