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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1S15 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRCT. Prepared in Connection With Dominion Day Patriotic Celebration Here (WED OF CITY FOOTBALL 11 Tlio Aquatic clul) will do its share 'toward' making the Dominion Day celebration a success. An excellent program of water sports has liccn arranged and will bo staged ill 'Jic lake at 4 o'clock next Thursday af- ternoon, immediately alter the track sports at the race course. The 10 lowing arc the events winch will .conic oil' Single Gunwale anil three boys. Mixed Upset open. Duck under fifteen. heat. Tail Disappointment passengers. Novelty sailing. War canoe. the races except the novelty 'events will Ire a quarter o! a mile, with the exception of the war canoe race, which will bo a half mile. The sailing races are a novelty. The dis- tances and courses will be arranged according to the prevailing winds. AII entries for events must he band- ed in writing to the commodore, N Poajist, at his office in the Union llank building, by S p. in. Tuesday 29th inst. S.O.E. Eleven Defeated Last Night in Hard Game by Boys in Blue 7min. llmiu. 30niin. GOAL SUMMARY North Lethbridgo S. O. E.... First Half North Leth., Simm S. 0. E., Farrant..... Second Half North Leth., Willetts North Leth., Gurr Line-up North Leth.-Hewitt; Hol.and md Seaman; Holberton, Whyte ind Willetts; Campbell, Gurr, J. rennant, Simm and Breeze. g o. Wallace and Jesbetf Harper, Lee and Clien- ry; Iluggett, Farrant, Draper, itowc and Bestwick. Referee: J. Gurr. Time of halves: 45 minutes. Attendance: 125. League Standing P. W. L. P. N. L. U....... '2204 S. O. E....... 3 2 1 4 Callies 3030 ON THE SI The fans in Philadelphia are cre- dited with presenting a shotgun to .Ty Cobb. The pitchers in the Am- erican League, we understand, favor- jed a bottle of bichloride of mercury tablets. f 'Jockeys must be sixteen years of age or over in order to obtain licen- ces in the east, according to a reso- Jution of the Jockey Club, just an- nounced. The stewa'rds of the Jockey ,Club were advised to adopt such a taeasure by counsel in order to elim- inate the chance pi a legal contro- versy'in connection with the child labor law in New York state. PLENTY Little drops of water Fell again today; If they keep on falling We'll all be washed away. The Chicago club has a comfortable Jead in the American, league, but Bos- Ion have been putting up a great battle and have crowded Detroit out pf second place. The Tigers have suffered a severe slump of late, and at their present rate of. travelling will be lucky to remain in the first di- vision. Chicago Nationals are running away from the rest of the clubs. St. (Louis has had the best average of iate, bavins an advantage over. Phil- (fho have' been dropping Irack. St. Louis elimbed from sev- ienth niace to second within a week }ind at the rate of going should give the Cubs a hard chase for the-top po- sition before many days. Pittsburg has been breaking even the past two weeks and is still ia the -first divi- sion. Brooklyn has taken -a. drop, heing far down in the second division. (Boston has been getting walloped nuite the Giants have been doing better. Cincinnati are in the cellar, and by the. way, they are going they are liable'to stay there. A football lilt of the kind that took place at the athletic park last night should have-brought out an army oi patrons. H was a -battle for jlhe leadership of the league and al- hough the S.O.E. were forced to >fO nto the conflict with a weakened earn, owing to indisposition of some f their players, there was no do.ibt icfoic the match but what the Sons ould be depended upon to put up first class chow oi football science gainst opponents worthy of tljeir teel at any time. 'But in spite of a good game being assured, there was inly a slim crowd present about a hird of what might ,be expeetcu. -lowever, times have changed ind nothing causes a surprise these days. The first half of the contest was of ginger and lusty cicking and withal very scientific, a half hoiir Til the second half he North Lcthbridge team had the letter of the contest, but the balance the game was more even and well ought out. ND IDLE MOMENTS The" first half of the game.was of ihe whirlwind order. There was -not an idle moment. The players .were al- l-olr.t- nil flio hull flml t.llprfi WaS hilt SCOJUO KVENKD UP North Lcthbridge didn't retain their advantage long. In three min- utes' time the Sons evened up the count when Kqrnuil passed to bUwc, who booted the ball into the net from just outside the penalty area. There were no more goals scored in this hull. The ball went up and down the field and was fought for with great ardor liv both sides in an en- deavor to secure the lead. When they were going for about a half hour aid Wallace twisted his leg and was put liors dc. combat for a period. North Lctlibridgc seemed to profit by the loss suue'rcd by the Englishmen. Ihoy pressed the attack and carried to closer miarlers: Parsons pulled of! one of the best saves of the season about this time, when Tennant boot- ed a high one which everyone thought, would go over the goalie's head, but with a great leap Parsons stopped its (light and managed to save by the smallest kind oi a margin. Wallace now back in the game, the Sons tore in again and evened up the play. Best wick bad an open chance the Sons came away, but just as he was about to kick, fell down, (it's a wonder somebody doesn't break their neck on those inikcpt grounds) lost the ball. The half time, whistle blew with uie teams going at it with might and, main and the finish of the hall gave no clue to the turn of the game ir the second half. SECOXD HALF NATIONAL w. Chicago 33 Philadelphia 2il St. Louis 32 Pittsburg................. Boston 27 New York Cincinnati 23 Brooklyn.................. Cincinnati Piltsburg Toney and Clark Gibson'. Philadelphia.............. Now York Pet. ,604 .537 .533 ,4'Jl .431 .428 12 0 5 I) and 5 10 4 J3 12 5 Dcmaree, Hixcy'ami'Kimifer; Stroiul and Meyers. St. Louis ..............................13 Chicago I1' Robinson, Perdue, Doak and del Xabol and Archer. Hrooklyn Edmonton, Alta., Junn nnnual tournament for the tennis championships of Aiberta will be held during the commenc- ing Monday, August 16, on the courts of trie Edmonton Tennis club.. The holding of the prov- incial tourney here should result in a trsriiondc-s hoom in tennis, and it is confidently expected that a record number ef entries will be received. Last year's Al- berta tourney war. a big success, but with the Increase in the num- ber of courts and players in the city, this year's affair should be still more successful. Sny- Chicago.............. Winnipeg 'Tribune': George ,l j Colliding corning Dominion Championship Athletic meet which will he held licrc next month, in con- junction with National Patriotic .Week Carnival, considerable mare at- traction will he added to Hie affair. Colliding is famous ,in all parts of Hie world by his wonderful ability as a heel and lob artist. "After'winning the Canadian title he visited Europe and won. ths world's championship ivalking event at the Olympic meet in Sweden. Since coining back to his home' in Toronto, Goulding. has vis ited many of the large America! meets and lias defeated allcomers with apparent ease. Lawn Bowling The Empire club came hack strong in their 'match with the Gait club last night, winning by a total major Jty ot eleven shots. This makes an even break in' the four inter-club Kaines played this season. New play- ers were in the majority last night mid all played remarkably well, Tilt Ecores of> last night's games were as follows: Empire Club Marnocb Ford............'........... Total R. Scott Reid Gait Club Total tor ini the manner in which North Lcthbridge displayed a superiority of ability in the second hali- right from the start. The ball hovered in the vicinity of the Son's goal. Parsons came into the limelight again with his brilliant work between the posts. He saved a near goal at the Douglas" and McCarty Tyler and Whaling. AMEE1CAN W I, Washington 27 St. Louis 21. Cleveland 31 Ohiladclphia 21 St. Louis......................... Detroit 21 26 26 3li -Hi 37 (Grassy Lake Con. Fletcher, of the .has been moved from Urassy Lako Pet. I to Sundial, where he takes charge o .672! the detachment. His place on the lo- .530! cal detachment is taken by Con. tam- .588 eron, from Warner. .536! Mrs. T. Carroll and Miss Bermce .509 i returned from Musselshell, Mont. .368 I this week and shipped their furmturi .368 to" Consort -where Mrs. Carroll wil .363 open a restaurant. Ed. Carlston, C.P.H. section lore S 3 man here for several years 17 3 Jed to. Winuifred, and his etroit and Agnew Dauss 1 taken by C. Johnson. L 1 alltl j and Stallage. I NBM- York 8 I Philadelphia (i 13 J I (10 McIIale, Pieh, Fislicr and Nuna- maker Bressler, Hush and Lapp. Boston There was only a slight breeze j Washington and this could not be termed a fac Collins Henry.. and Cady 12 14 1 4 11 3 Bochling and Kansas City St. Louis Chicago FEDERAL w. Pittsburg Newark exnense of a corner and was given good round of applause. three times in succession dur- Brooklyn :nei Baltimore Buffalo times ill peiiod in which three corn savet kicks" wenTto the blues. SONS ATTACK The Sons broke away and the tune 37 34 32 30 28 22 28 28 30 32 31 39 WE MAKE OUR OWN Q.'jALITY IS UNEXCELLED. THE OLYMFIA CONFECTIONERY 327 5th STREET SOUTH, PRIZE WINNERS IN ANNUALJLOWER SHOW The annual (lower shows oi the F. M.Riches' class James i i I'rank rjtems, Hade Rldpalh. four diticrcnl schools oi the citiwtic uri7PL.Miss lieid. kin Pet. .617 .607 .533 .'517 .500. .407! .404 .361 B II this" half was called" upon to do some-1 Packard and Easterly Moselcy and thing. He saved twice in the space Rariden. of three minutes when the Sons has, moy place is The annual meeting of the Women's Hospital Aid Society was held yes lerday afternoon at the home of Mrs J. K. Craig when the follwing of- ficers were elected: Pros., Mrs. J. C. Knox; first vice-pres., Mrs. J. Llwelyn second vice-pres., Mrs. G. H.iley'; sec.-lreas., Mrs. J. K. Craig. A great interest is being taken in the proposed Home Guard and since last week quite a number have vol- unteered to join if one is organized in Grassy Lake. William Houlston, a veteran of the South African war, wounded and incapacitated for fur- ther active service, has volunteered to act as drill master. A beautiful sample of wheat was brought to The Gazette office ycster- dav from the farm of Peter 'G-ommer- held yesterday afternoon. The. pupils have always taken an interest in this w'j phase of -the! work, and since its in- ception some years ago, the flower show has always been eagerly looked I Class Hcid, kindergap. ....idow Box Miss Pound, Miss Flell, Miss Dicseth. Jones, show has always been eagerly looked Albert McEachern. forward to by the pupils. J. K. ,isl o[ lvjnncl-s from Galbraitli rill was the judge of the I'xhim'.s and Ucnool will be published later. had his hands full in selecting the I ,_______ winners. The following are the rc- ults of the different schools. Hie rades are judged separately. Central Nasturtiums, Kindergarten Wino- ene Brandow, Jessie Chappell, K. chumacker .Miss Simmons' roon Kansas Citv changed. Hewitt for the first time in j Newark., an on the ball and there was but ittle advantage if any, shown. If any t belonged to North' Lcthbridge blue shirts, who drove- considerably more shots at the goal than their oppon- ints. SIMM SCORES FIRST The first goal of the game scored by Freddie Simm, the .very popular i'nside left of the blue shirts. Simm fastened on the hall when Nes- )itt made a miscalculation, and had no trouble in outguessing Parsons, who was helpless at the close range and easy opportunity that presented itself to Simm. pressed. The hall went up and down and each side .took a lone shot, Best- wick lor.the Sons caused .a heart-leap when ho drove the hall to the net with a' fine chance of making good, but the ball was 'a trifle misdirected. PENALTY KICK It just turned the half-hour when the Blues made :the third counter of the game. The Blues were skirmish- ing in front of the Sons' goal when Wallace got his side penalized in his ardor to stem the invasion of his ter7 l-itory and the free kick thereof by Willetts accomplished the trick and made the score 3 to 1 in favor of t-he Northside eleven. KICK OUT OF BOUNDS The Sons made a brave attempt to even up. However, their efforts prov- ed of no avail. They, met with a de- 'termined defence, and the Blues' hacks wasted as much time as pos- sible by kicking out of bounds when the Sons' attack grew dangerous, GOAL THREE Just about cue minute from jthe full time whistle Gurr fastened on to the ball in a crowd oi players ;arid kicked the final goal of the game. St. Louis........................ Baltimore........................ Groom, and Hartley 381 -1 11 1 Suggs and Brooklyn............................... 2 7 Brown and Fisher Lafitte, Wilson and Simon. INTERNATIONAL W T T Providence Buffalo Montreal Richmond................ Toronto Rochester................. Newark Jersey City............. W. 21 27 35 25 23 21 17 L. 18 24 3-t 28 34 22. 31 Pet. .592 .571 formerly Mel. Scely's place. It measures fully 36 inches and is a fair sample of a field of ninety acres With a continuation of the present hot weather it will be heading out m a week. H. J. Scott, at his own expense, this week prepared ground at the exhibition park for the planting of treets all about the place. Consider able other work will be done to im- prove the grounds ,during .the sum Neil M. Stalker and George Porter cut their first- crop of fall rye this week. They got a splendid .lot of feed and will have, another crop of grain this season. .Fall rye promises, to be a solution of the feed question in this country. is'already preparing to handle'the crop by placing all the cars that can be spared on t-he sid- ings at the different shipping points Already there are over fifty empties in yards. .exie Scott, J. Scott, Borden Hut- on Miss Dawson's room, Robt. lardy, Geo. Lockwood Mr. Frame's Helena Bisselt, Vera Alice Maildock. Annie I Jersey City.......11 Richmond 5 Providence Rochester........... 0 Toronto Buffalo........'.......-3 Montreal lolumhns.......... 10 St. Paul............ Philadelvllla, Pa., June 24.1-.Terbme lead .a.t the turn to three. By winning "j flia Fii-ct fii-o tinlac nil flip hnmpward D. Travers, open golf champion, today won the Lynnewood at the Country Viiit by defeating in the final round Max Mar- ston of Baltusrol, 2 and 1. open champion played' par golf on eight of the nine holes on the out- ward journey in .the final match to- day, while the New.Jersey champion appeared nervous at the start and was one over par in each of the first five holes. On the sixth green, how- ever, Marston ran down a long and difficult putt for a three, one below par He "halved the next two holes, arid -won the ninth, reducing Travers' the first two.holes on the homeward journey, Marston was one one hole behind at.the IStli. Taking a desper- ate chance, Marston lost this hole, and when Travers made a three, in the ,15th, .which his opponent did in four, the open champion's lead was again, increased to three. Map stpn won the 16th. but was only able to halve the 17th. Travers' victory gave him perman- ent possession of the gold trophy, which was placed in competition in after Harold B. McFarland, In 1905 bad won the original cup offered 35. years ago. Travers won a leg In 1906 and a second two years 1_ater. It. Paul............12 4 NORTHWESTERN Aberdeen............ 3 Victoria 1 Spokane............. 6 Seattle 3 BASEBALL- .TpNiOrit" The Commercial Travellers and Knox will meet on the diamond at the Ball nark to- night, weather permitting. Much speculation is .Being Inoifige'd In o'rT this Threatening weather kept the clay- bird shooters away from the traps last night. At least the usual-num- ber were absent. encounter. The' Travellers .are about 'GRIFFITHS, Joe Mandot, southern lightweight champion, has been matched to box twelve rounds with Johnny Griffiths in Canton, Ohio, on the afternoon of 'July 5. The boxers have- agreed to make 134% pounds at 10 o'clock. Tommy Walsh, manager of Mandot, closed the deal yesterday. Mandot will receive a guarantee of ,wlth a privilege "of'30 per cent, of 'the receipts. President Gaffney, of savs that Bill James, who is piling 'up' a skinny lot of this season, is working his head off to.get into Condition. TRIGGER AND TRAP who were on deck H. Pilling G. H. Muir J. H. McDonnell E. H. Oliver Shot at. Broke 50 50 50 50 45 40 37 31 KETCHELU TO FIGHT WOLQAST Stove Ketchelit Chicago light- weight, has. gone to Denver, Colo., where he, is matched to .box ..ten rounds with Ad. Wolgast, former lightweight champion, before the Col- orado A.C., on June 30. The .winner may be matched .Champion Freddie Welsh over the same route on a later date. At this time last season the Ath- letics were irJading the American Lea- gue by some sixty lioints. Since that time they appear to have lost sever- al player's and much prestige. .4781 T T .477 Opportunities Here Ar< Best in World CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE .354 6 AM. ASSOCIATION Louisville Indianapolis 2 Kansas City Kansas City GUNBOAT SMITH TO BOX YOUNG WEINERT Heavyweights Matched for Bout at Ebbct's Field on July First New York, N.Y., June match between Gunboat Smith and Young Weinert, heavyweights, to fight ten rounds at Bbbet's Field on July 1, was announced today. As Smith obtained a referee's a 20-round bout with Jess Wlllard some time ago and Weinert won a popular decision over Jim Coffey at Philadelphia, the match was regarded possibly as having some hearing on the campaign for the heavyweight championship. -It was also announced that Freddie world's lightweight champion to fight Charley White of Chicago ten rounds here, July 3, million left to spend around home and there you are. Mr. McGraw fig- ures that' the threshing expenser which will come out of the half mil ion -will be circulated about tha larticular district anyway, and is ust as good as the farmers them elves had it to sRcnd. In this dizzy fashion Mr. Mcfrrav goes on piling up figures and 'esti nates .and dollar marks. Then, he i nthusiastio about the mixed farming possibilities of the country. He in stances the case of a New Dayton armer who left the States som years ago, broken in health -and look ne tor a place to spend the shor term of life he thought was left to lira He came to the New Dayto section three years .ago with 6 hear of cattle and a forlorn hope. Toda he. has 46 head of fine looking stor and regained health of body ai spirit. "There is no reason why a man particularly a young man, with capacity fo'r doing a reasonable day' work cannot come "to this countr; and get wealthy on the farm, eve though he has no money, is Mr. Me "raw's opinion. tYALE HARVARD Regatta Course, New Lon- don, Conn., Jcne won the junior 'varsity eights race by one third of a length over the Thames course today. Yale men led Ir6m the start to the finish, and though Harvard made a game rally in the last quarter of a mile, the Crimson could' not overcome 'Yale's lead. CARDINAL SENDS THANK? Save St. Paul's Church, Toronto, Flour for the Belgians Toronto, Ont., June deacon" Cody" of St. Paul's Anglican, ceil Arthur Alex Me- church has received the fallowing let-, av Miss Buchanan's room, Gladys; ter from Cardinal Mercier (Iloman rce'l'i, Scott Sinclair, Margaret I Catholic) thanking him for the gifl oliuson Miss Boles' room, Jim of flour from St. Paul's Church to ackson Harold lieid, Bobby Blunt. Belgians: Gay's room, Erna "Dear ryans, Norman Hart, Bruce Bran- ow; Miss Dunn's room, Cecil Clarke, iObt. McKay, George Marshall. Hardy's room, rEd- th Bawden, Bruce Waddell, Myrtle {ose Miss McN'abb's room, Avis tacey, Sam Bissett, Reia Whitney liss Trenholmo's room, Bert Har.- ard, Agnes Hamilton, Nora and Reverend Archbishop of Toronto has told me ot your splendid effort for the relief of the misery of my compatriots, and what has Seen your success: "In a short time yon have succeed- ed in raising the magnificent sum of 16700. "In the name of my faithful people, whoui you have generously assisted in ara, jigllUl, l-tilllllfuJH, I.ULU ..w.. vuu llam gcllcluuolj igton Miss B. Sharman's room, their distress, 1 offer you my thanks Mag Dims Alex- Twaddle, nder Lettuce, lanet Twaddle. Window Boxes Miss Sliarman s oom, Miss MciVabb's room. Fleetwood Miss Benuington's room, flowers, largery Whelan. Jean Wood, Thurba larris." Vegetables, Margery Whelan. Miss Birch's class, (lowers, G. Han- on, G. Bennett, Bessie Smith. Vege- ables, Thomas Andrew. Miss Halpenny's room, (lowers, Ralph Nichols, Sam Donaldson, Mar- gery Borne. Vegetables, Robert An- rew, Viva Elton. Mr. Brandow's room, flowers, lie Sellens, Doris Tuckwell, Kate Roberts. Vegetables, Winnie' Sellens. Miss Jepson's room, flowers, Helen Schumaker, Doris Kipp, Elva Huff, vegetables, Frank Alexander, Reggie; iunce, Noren Arnold. Miss Waterman's room, flowers, Jarlc Donaiu'son, Allen Donaldson, Kathleen Forter. Vegetables, Dena Stotyn, Lennox Watson.: Miss Curiie's room, flowers, Arthur Forman, Margaret Hill, David Smith. Tegetables, Jack Weller. Window fJurrie's room, Mrs. Brandow's room, Miss. Water- man's room. Class Cu'rrie's room, Westminster Plants Miss Plett's class, Iris Glariville, Ethel Larson, Sarah Cun- ningham. Miss Reid's, kindergarten, Madge Annette, Leeta, Joe Lakie. Miss Hyssop's class, Fred Holmes, Myrtle Stevenson, Teddy Jones. Miss Dunsworin's class, Margaret Roberts, George Gianville, Arthur Bedster. Miss Pound's class, Thomas Mar- tin, Elsie Smeed, David Kerr. Miss Diessth's class, Adam 'Donald- son, James Wishart, Jesse Crabb. H. H. Bruce's class, James Thorn son, Erika Olander, Harry Buchanan. for y.o.ur magnanimity. "Among the names of her 'benefact- ors Belgium will be "pleased to 'in- scribe yours in a prominent place. "Accept, I pray you, dear and rev- erend sir, the assurances of my most devoted sentiments., (Signed) "D. .1. (Card.) MERCIER, of. Malihes.1' Your System Demands an occasional corrective to Insnn good health and strength. Success is almost impossible for'the weak and ailing. Enjoyment is .not for the sick. Impaired health: and serious sicknesses usually begin in deranged conditions of tta stomach, liver, kidneys or boweli. are recognized all over the to be the bent corrective of of the digestive organs. They tone the stomach, stimulate the liver, reg- ulate the bowels. They cleanse tha system, purify the blood wl'. act in the best and safest way For Health and Strength FOR SUMMER HOMES DRINKING WATER RENDERED I'M MUNE FROM TYPHOID-BY MONTSERRAT. Most epidemics of .Typhoid ,ar traceable to impure water. City, people going'to the .country fo the summer even for ends very often bring 'hack Typhoi germs owing .to vegetable decomposi- tion-in lake, river and well water. The Bacteriologists at McGill Uni- versity have proven that a small quantity of 'Montserrat Lime Juice will destroy Typhoid germs in water, in twenty minutes. Typhoid can be prevented at. home or at the country cottage by using Montsermt Limo Juice. It makes the water absolutely immune, besides pro- viding a wholesbme, cooling end thirst assuaging beverage. Keep a pitcher of this healthy bev- erage in the ice fbox. MONTSBRHAT LIMB JUICE is for jale ai all druggists and grocers- Advertisement, CANADIAN Summer Excursion Circle Toiir .Through.' Revelstokc arid Kootcnay A splendid vacation trip for others. Very low fares from all stations. .Good for thiee months, from Calgary: To Eastern Canada To points in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova and Prince. Edward Island at low fares. Liberal limits, stop-, overs and diverse routings., Panama-Pacific ami San Dcigo Expositions- Pacific Coast-Excursions Reduced fares from all .points.. When going to the expos- itions or tlie Pacific Coast, it will profit you to travel through your oivn Canadian Rockiest-visiting Banff, Lake Louise, Glacier, thence via Vancouver. T A- special Calgary to Seattle, Inly 10th. Corresponding fares from other point! Particuliri from nearett Aatnt or from R. DAWSQN, r District PMMnjir Ajtrrt, ;