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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHUR1DGE PA1LY HERALD PACK TRBEB tVMY SPOUT ftCCIUCATION CLW con ii OPENS HTPIIISBORG MORRIS WILLIAMS GIVEN HARD BATTLE BY PITTSBURG PLAYER PittGbure, June sixth na- tional clay court tennis championship tournament opened on the courts of the Pittsburg Athletic club here this afternoon. Twenty-four matches in the men's preliminary singles and (three matches in the first round were played. HALF HOIS WITHOUT A FALL A8ERG AND W. JBYSZKO IN GREAT CONTEST IN NEW YORK New York, June Absrg, Gracco-Roman wrestler, champion ot ithe world, Walilck ziiyszko, the Polish giant, met ill a title here last night and wrestled for two and one-half hours, without cither gaining a lull. As they had agreed to a finish match, both men announced that they would continue on the mat until one or the other was returned a victor. They .began wrestling for Ill- minute periods, with an interval ol one minute for rest. Will Go After Championship Open Tournament on New York Links today centered in the pearance of R.' Norris Williams, ap- ui it. i.un.u Philadelphia, the American amateur champion. He was pitted against Humtr Denny, Jr., of Plttsburg to- day and won by a score ol local man gave the cham- pion a hard fight.__________ INK ON THE SIDE TARTU K BIG NEW H SUSPEND OLYMPIC STAR Alma Richards Accused of Padding Expense Account Philadelphia, Pa., Alma Richards. Olympic high jump cham pion, and one of the greatest athletes that ever competed for Cornell, has been suspended by the registration committee of the Middle Atlantic as sociation of the Amateur Athletic Ull ion until he answers the charge of padding his expense account on the occasion of his recent participation ill the Hale and Kilburu games here Richards' expenses amounted to There are several ways of starting an automobile the most certain be- ing to leave small hoy alont in it for three minutes. There are eight methods of stop- ping an auto the most efficient be- it.ii to hit a coal wagon. Driving a car improves the eyes on his first trip a' fellow can see a delivery wagcn approaching half a mile distant. After the fourth ride he see -a cop's signal at four feet. Barney Oldfield was excited. He fighting to hold his scant lead the VanderbUt cup raee. The eat e, and 'there was trouble in INKER AND MYERS BANNED Brooklyn, N.Y., June inker, manager .of tlie Chicago Fed ral.league haseba'il leam.t and Ralpl Jfyers at the Brooklyn Fed rals, both former Northwestern lea uers, were suspended iudefiniatel; onight by President James A. Gil lore of the Federal league [or ensas ng in an altercation in tlie seeoni amo afternoon between Ciii- ago and Brooklyn. In the second half of Inn- ng Tinker tapped Myers for a putout t second. An argument followed, fter which Myers is said to have hoved Tinker. The men then, ex- hanged blows. the pits. -His 'French assistants, cx- -iited at t-he.eliance of the veteran drirer-to 'win-, -wcro delav each time he was compelled for repairs. On the filth stop Oldfield was furious. He wanted a monkey wrench'and three assistants grabtreu it from each other before he could the dirty gasoline and slow oil is the matter here ho raged. "De esprit de corps eet eea not screamed his French mechan- one from the Stutz pit, roared Barney. 'Armando Marsohs gets a daily sal ,ry sufficient to buy, him 840 street car rides. He doesn't have to do ow tap of work, and-yet he is very, ver; who is a- Cuban gent jumped the Cincinnati Nationals Louis Peds, and a court in junction was quickly secured, whic keeps Marsans from playing. His sal ary or 542 a day he has nothing to do but prae tice one hour a day'and loaf durm the others. "But I hate-loafing, sajd the flee outfielder. "I want to play ball. I makes me sick because I can t play. "If the Tigers don't win the pen nan" this said Bill Donova in banning "they, a" be arrested and put m I ve look ed at all the clubs, and Detroit i the class of the Hague. Any pitche that has behind him the sort of hit ting that mv old mates are gym ought to be ftghting to.get m there FEDERALS WILL INVADE BOSTON New York, N.Y., June r.t JEDIBS A. Gilmore of the Federal eague announced here today that in ompany with several of the league's lub owners he would go to Boston on Sunday next to meet a. group of- Bos- on men, who wish to establish a Fed- eral league club in that city for next eason. Now York, N.Y., .lime one-armed golfer, named Louis ViM'tiwel. cntiaic- master ui uiu Essex County Country club, will try for metropolitan honors at the oncm championship at the Fox I ills Golf club. "July 8 and 'J. Me lost his arm when a- small boy, ami since then has been employed by the Kssex club as a caddie, then as n'caddlo master. Ho developed pronounced ability as a player, and holds the course record at las- aex County, goiiis round in 60. SETS NEW TRACK RECORD AT AQUEDUCT WITH 1.503-5 FOR MILE AND EIGHTH New York, June 26.-By winnint, the twenty-sixth renewal of the his toric Brooklyn handicap at Aqncduc today and establishing a new trad furlongs bay geld record 2-5 'for nine 1! T. Wilson's 5-yoar-old ing, Tartar, by Ogdcn-Yankcc Sister carrying 103 pounds and ridden Jockey Johnny MeTaggart, accom plished more than his owner am trainer expected from him. I hen were only half a dozen starters, bu it was by far the best lot of thor oughhreds brought together in tl east tills season. Short Grass, the English horse owned by Emil Hire, was the onl one to decline the issue, although sev en carded overnight. Andrew Miller's Roamer, whic made his first appearance here thi year finished second, and Harr Payne Whitney's Borrow, the to weight, running in the silns of L. t> Thompson, was third. These tw the first and second publi choices, while the winner was tl outsider in the small field. The Lie mont pair, Rock-view and Sam Sic Jleekin, and J. W. Messervey's Addle M were well supported, but did not live up to expectations at any time during the race. CAMPI B.EATS SULLiVAN New York, June -Eddie Campi ew of San Francisco, easily defeated Kid SuMivan of Brooklyn in their Jen- round bout in Brooklyn, tonight. are featherweights. BASEBALL NATIONAL W. L. l'..C hicago t. Louis........ M hiladelpliiii 3" Ittsburg....... 29 oston 28 STew York...... irooklyn 2i'. :iucinnati Saturday Games Brooklyn.............. Philadelphia............ 'I 3 Coombs and Miller, Alexander and Wilfer. Ioslou .._........... New York.............. Gil 4 Rudolph and Oowiiy; .Marquard and Meyers. O linclnnnLi 302 (i II! Dale, Lear aand Clark, Wiugo; Mc- Quillan and Gibson. St. Lo.uis............... 4 7 1 Chicago................ 3 0 J Bailee and Snyucr: Vaughn, Zabcl Mams and Archer. Lavender, Bres- lalmn. Sunday Games First game: Chicago 4 Cincinnati 1 Cheney and Bresnahan; Lear, Ben ton and Clarke. Second game: Chicago 5 Mnciunati...............' 5 Humphries, ...Lavender and Bresua ban; Schneider and Wingo. Pittsburg-St. Louis: Rain. (Only two National games sched ulcd.) AMERICAN Chicago. Detroit Boston New. York'.. Washington St. Louis i Cleveland Philadelphia b. 21 2C 32 28 22 22 I'.C .66' .58 .50: .52 .50! .37 .37 .36 BAN JOHNSON WOULD SINK IN TOLEuo Toledo, Ohio, June Ban Johnson ot the American league will purchase worth of stock in an American association hall club for Toledo if local business men will raise the remainder of the amount ne- cessary to obtain the Cleveland team: Johnson made this offer while at- tending a banquet tendered him and Saturday Games .St. Louis.............. T Detroit Wejiman and Agnow; Covaleslue Cavet. Bolaml and Stanage Baker. Jhicaeo......... Cleveland........ 13euz and Schalk; Neill. Philadelphia Washington Bush'and Lapp; Shaw, T6II- LWIIUUlfi UH..II....V--------------. They President Tener of the National lea- gue here last night. ORDmOFAFFAIRS ON HOLIDAY EFFECTING THE CELEBRATION In order to be definitely posted, on the order oi affairs for the celebration here Dominion Day it will be well to bear the following in .mind regular holiday schedule, .will bQ Foot-Toggery, 3rd Ave. No entrance fee will be charged, with the tion of the Motorcycle race. FIXING TRACK Motor cyclists can rest assured that the track "at the Pair grounds will he 3 4 Walker and O First game: New-York.............. Boston................ Warhop and Sweeney; Shore and Thomas. Second game: New York....... 5 8 1 9 Foste Boston Brown and Sweeney: 22 4 6 Wood, Maj Sunday Games Cleveland Detroit......... Coljmbes, Jones, Harstad NSil; Dubuc and Stanage. St. Goodyear. Laminated Tubes For Automobile Tires These thin layers oi pure rubber together into extra-heavy unit tube Leak-Proof InnerTubes That Outlast Any Tire Heavier-20% Lower Priced Layer on Layer Here something every motor- 1st should know. Goodycar Laminated Tubes are not built ot one thick piece rubber. In o.single piece: ot thick rubber Hows may be hidden. And the flaws may go clear through. Goodyear Tubes are made of many thin lay- ers-each of pure together m one solid, extra-heavy tube. ___________ In these thin sheets any tiny flaw shows up and we correct it at once. These thin, pertect sheets, wrapped layer ou layer, make a tubethatcan'tleab. And the valve patch can't leak. It is part of the tube, not stuck ou. Please remember that. Many a lire trouble is due to a leaky tube. Made Extra Thick Goodyear Laminated Tubes are also extra-thick, They were always so V CANADA Laminated Tubes 1 Built I-" Bat this year we have added an extra 14 per cent on the pure rubber.-The result is, these Tubes outwear any tire. Don't Pay More On February 15th, despite this added thick- ness, despite the war tax, too, on all our raw materials, we cut-our Tube prices.20 per cent. Now these Laminated Tubes, built extra- thick, cost about the same as others. There is not even a price reason for taking a lesser Tube, y Always Gray Pure rubber must be gray. A colored tube has much'mineral matter. That heats up through' friction and weakens tbetube. Goodyear Laminated Tubes are not they are always natural gray. Whatever, tire yoa uset get Goodyear Tubes, made in the big Goodyear factory at manville, Ont. They will outlast your tires. And they will convert you to Goodyear Fortified Tires, No man can use a Tube like this without wanting his tires built by the same standards. Any dealer will supply .you Goodyear Tires'or Tubes. THF GOODYEAR TIRE RUBBER CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED Goodyear Service Stations-Tubes and Tires in Stock LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. FORD GARAGE-LETHBRIDGE; LETHBRIDGE AUSO CO.-LETHBRIDGE NEARBY TOWNS-SHIELLS HARDWARE CO.-TABER. AM; ASSOCIATION Saturday Games Indianapolis'................... Chicago James i Schalk. and Aguew; 2 7 12 li 3 and 0'- S 8 0 S 2 and I Columbus Cleveland Louisville............. Milwaukee............ Minneapolis............ Kansas City............ St. Paul.............. Sunday Games Milwaukee......: Minneapolis...........- Second game: Milwaukee linneapclis :ausas City......... t. Second game: City ,r...... t. Paul CONTINUED "FROM FRONT PAGE. reguiai urauh. ut LUU effective until 1 p.m. Between- the j in fOj- the holiday. ough o e instead of wondering when bis "Chicaeo looks pretty good, turn but "caeo oo was lucky us: Boston hasn't jot Detroit's offense. There are no otherteims to consider as far -as -the n.r is concerned. 'But the boys had better not get too chesty, at that. If they make any rune remarks about my team I may hop in there myself at Detroit, to show them that their hatting averages arc false I may he through, and probably an hut after some of the pitching I'vi- seen in our league this year I m not entirely convinced that I couldn t get by as well as some of the men I've watched _ Come to Mac's AND (JET YOUR GUNS, RE VOLVSKS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our PrlMi in rlleyqle Repair! ,nd Cannot Be Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT. D. L enccuive uuuii hours of 1 p.m. and four cars will run to and from the loop at the park. One of them, a blue line i-ar Rill run direct to North Leth- bridge, making an eight-minute sche- "children's Specials-Three cars-will leave the corner of 9th street and bth avenue at 13.50 for the accom- modation of the children pi 'tlie south side, who are asked to congregate at Central school, running t'.irect to he park. Two ears will leave West- minster school at 1 p.m. for the ac- commodation o! ths children of North Lethbridge schools, running direct to -he park. Three adults will he in charge oi each car, and every child n Lethbridge is invited to attend ;his great patriotic demonstration. Parents or guardiar.s may accompany children, but adults will be charged regular fare. Children of 'the south side are requested to gather at the Central school at 12.30, and children of the northside at Westminster school at IS.45. FA 1 RIOT K- The patiiotic demonstration com inences at the lair gloundi, in front of the giand btind at 1 30 A pro gram of the procedure will he hand "d out to e erjono free of charge containing the words, of the songs to be simp; ind list of athletic ind other events, which have alreadj been published Uter the program >at the fair grounds had been exhausted thechil drcn will line up in parade order and match to tm, lake which be at 1 o clock, if the plans of the torn mittee work out on schedule time. TUP BKD The Ynmlic Club hive prepared i bif program of events for the enter tainment of the people a1 the lake which will conclude, the day's celebra- tion IMPORTANT Gel your entries m for the ath etic events before the lit If the commit- tes get a sufficient number for an> event before the hohdaj no more will lie received on the day o! the vents So be sure by getting )our mme m now to the secretary Win Stevens, City Hall, or to W J Nelson, 6UU- Tho citv is getting it in shape for the celebration events. B. J. MacKenzie has entered for the five-mile dash, open to-spced demons of city and dis- trict. HERALD ROAD RACE Runners for the Herald road race are requested to submit their names without delay. The rice starts at the Herald office at 1.30, and the run- ners will' go via 4th .Ave. to loth street, along 13th street to 7th along 7th Aye., to park entrance, along outside entrance to cooling shed, ou to race track and then run four times around the track. it. Louis Cansas Ciiy Chicago Pittsburg- Newark' Brooklyn.'.. Baltimore Buffalo MANY FAMOUS FRENCH ATHLETES ARE KILLED War has considerahly reduced the number of French athletes. Their champion association football team wimier oi the cup of the Associative bportive Francaisc has ail hut one of its men in the Foui phjcis were killed, "lUj wounded anil of the remaining lour one has been awarded the legion o! honor and the other .the military me dal Bon. capti n of the teim a tiepanel Ivv ce and cvempt cd. from further .military service. The Association Sporting Perp liin rugby France, has had si two American games sched FEDERAL w. 20 24 P.C .59 .647 .533 .512 .460 .400 !344 Second game: Cleveland udianapoliB. jOlunibus Second game iirtianapolis Columbus Saturday. Games First game: St. Louis............. Baltimore............ and Hartley; Owens. Second game: St. Louis............... S S Baltimore 1J CrandaH and Hartley; Johnson and Jacklitsch. Chicago Brooklyn 20 30 and <6 9 1 4 McConnell, Black and Fisher; I flttc. Herring and Simon. Jj Wilson, nn champions out of its nit-n killed Among the athletes fallen in hattie are Jem Uumi holder oi the norlii'-. hour le ord foi miming Lane, captain o! the French intcrna tional ruphv Icaius mil I nncois I a her the test professional road cyclist in France. LOOK HERE NORTH LETHBRIDGE U FC k nraetlco gime is being arranged for tomorrow evening at 7 m in Adams Pirk All plaVers arc re quested to he on hand pioroplly Second "game Ol i BrooOjn Hendrix and Wilson; neran and Land. Kmsas Cily 3 Newark b 1' Cudop (jiiioras and Brown Re bach and Rariden. INTERNATIONAL R-ochcstei Rochester Toronto .Tersey City Richmond Jersey City Richmond Buffalo Montreal. science which prevented him .being iiised as a supple tool by a corrupt, government. Mr Cook took up the statements of Mr! Bowser as to the area pi lands open in the province to pre- emptors. That gentleman had repoat- eJ that there were 92 millions ot their position against ail opposition that might be brought against them. He stated that Mr. Cotesworth, the eminent English expert, had been em ployed by a very largs -corporation "be aho, with, great .credit and profit to his a Cook w g clients. This man had been brought from England by the McBridc gov- ernment to examine -into-. the cml service of the province with a vww to improving the same. In pursuit of that examination, Mr. Cotesuorth had discovered that large areas 0 the public domain was passing out ol the Ms'session 01 the people, oi the ince into the hands of speculators, mr! recommended that, a short clause, confining staking of public lands portions tint had been: surveyed, inserted in the land act. NORTHWESTERN Saturday Games Vancouver Tacoma Spokane Seattle Victoria Aberdeen Second game Victoria Aberdeen (11 Sunday Gaivss Spokane jattle Second 'game: Spokane Seatt'ie Vancouver. Tacoina. Second game: Vancouver t Tacoma. Aberdeen Victoria veyor general's report covering that subject and published hut a week- or j... statements of _i_i._ tnB mmions of acres, and Mr Cook ask- ed his audience what had become of the odd million acres m the short time' of.two. -weeks. Going into the manner in Tihich, these fraudulently acquired borh the supreme court of B C and nf the Dominion had so declared Cook showed by official documents and original letters that in one instance out of many, the Vic- he Land Pirates had become notorious tiras 01 the rapantj of these govern- ment the land sharks, had been robbed of every cent the) had and iiitii u, oioii uut CE the country by the taking up of public subscrip- tions. There ale over nine million dollars due the government for these lands, .o.....- a. bill vent thrown the last ses- vMth this mside Qf governor-m-council to extend the time of pavmenl lor the lands Taking ad- vantage ol these favors the holders- I of these fiauilulentlv acquired lands mends ol members ol the government eot tins a to when, the imt je-ir s uivevs vver- to be made and armed with this insie ino land pirateb went out and staked the be t lands within the areas, pro posed to be suncjed beforr the pub he had HH knowledge of the being sunejed The ne.t dav att-r Mi Colesworth as aboic he received a. let- ter from the provincial becrctarv Di Youuge telling him that the govern ment had deudcd to dispense with his IIlcllli liau r----- ggf nafl Slavcu III LUC irtvuab services and enclosing a check for the snouid have his chance, amount of his agreed remuneration I --------1 t.. Hmmr all Icsi whit had alreidj been advanced f s 1 1 his in lieu of notice to quit Mr Cook bv dwelling the particulars in this transaction made it uerfecllv clear that the advice o! Cotesworth to take steps to stop_ the vvholesile grabbing 01 ill the surveven linds even before thes weif sutyey ed was his undoing with his employ Despite these damaging facts, menl hers oi the government Mtt their lenpficiines under the svstem had undertaken to discredit the man whom thej hid selected as eminently, fitted foi tlit work assigned to him Mi Bower Ind gone so far va? ti. east ttiEina unon h'm bj insinuating that In. wis a Jew Bv slioK ing upon a large screen an exact top} of Ur Aounge's letter to Kolilin premier of Manitoba recom- mending Cotesworth is an cminentl) NURSES TAKE POISON IF CAPTURED Petrograd, June Bourse azettes Warsaw correspondent re lates that umver al horror has been aroused among the Red Cross nurses by charges maile 1 one ot them of Indescribable ill treatment bv German officers The nurses have now taken the niecautlon of Sunplylnr themselves with quick poison for immediate me if thes should Ian into bunds ft.. fitted man to go over il seivice in Manitoba giving him i veij high recommendation as a mm oi integrity with signature as prov racial s crctarv, Cook succeeded in bringing out most distmcth the worse thin absurdity o these mm now to dis credit the man who has, done the scdrchuiK work that is m tte pamnlilot Ihe Crisis ni B 0 tint this ininistciial association is sowing broadtast throughout the province Mr Cook stated that Cottsworth was a born Englishman with Quake eanntion and that lie had rnslish m 01 ulese could hold on to them until such time as they could dupe innocent people to- pav lush puces out of which they j could pay these over-due monies to a magnanimous government Mr. Bow- ser. had stated in the House that the- speculator should have his chance, i nd it seemed that he was doing all n his'povver for the chance It would be impossible to enumer- ate all the points brought out by Mr 3ook, but the above are samples of' i he ammunition he is using in KiUr ampaign a discredited government. 4t the close of a mofctj interesting alk made impressive by the manner. ind matter of it, Mr Cook asked lor i signatures to his petition and scores aflixed their names to the paper, among them being many Consent t rom being a government backed br almost a unanimous legislature, these exposures bid fair to put in the shade ihe speculations at Winnipeg, and reduce to oblivion the ment that has so outrageously aMlfei the trust imposed m them iMt own supporters suit for has bv Mr Lucas, a member ol UK lature for Yale district, against beri, of the ministerial association and Mr Cook, for alleged muwpre-, sentations, but Mr. Cook and association court the gation The legal so manoeuvred at, to until after September tlie prosecution, not the diMMi. Mr Cook and Hie represents are prepared to campaign going until an i j secured and they ike whole ptprlneV or, hmes if neceosarf IB to tbeir object. .'O ;