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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915 THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRCT REMARKS ON THE SI An Ungrateful Cum Joo niriningliain is going to sue Charley Somers (ur barring him from tho Cleveland ball park, showing that -.loscphus surely in a. glulten for pun- Anyone burred from me Cleveland Park should send Sinners a vote of thanks Instead ot suing linn. The First Ford Car (There was an old man and lie had a wooden leg, Ho had no money, anil no money would he beg. He had a pica- of pipe and a twelve- inch board. Said he to himself: "I'll make a 'Ford.1 IA gallon oi gas and a quart of oil A piece of wire to malic a coil Four big spools and an old milk can He hammered them together 'And the d------- tiling ran. Ford. DETROIT STAR, HOWEVER. MAINTAINS HEADS NATIONAL .lunc 28. Ty Cobb, Detroit, has allowed his hatting eragc to slip below .-100 for .the first time since he gained the leadership of Thai Ty Cobb is enjoying the great-, League this' season, ac- est year in his baseball career js tn here to- day, including the records of last lit 111" shown by a glance at the ollicial re- cords. Only recently the Georgia peach collected a single a double a peac c triple stole three bases and scored a couple of runs. Pretty good, eh, for 'a [ellow who is going back. Harness races for Calgary tion are all filled, the entries having closed June 20. There will be ten races, opening Thursday, July 1 with (the 3.09 pace or 2.04 trot, and the 2.16 pace or 2.10 trot for each oi iwhich a purse is given. Melbourne Inman won his billiard match with H. W. Stevenson in Lou- flon. His margin of 230 points repre- sented only one ordinarily good break .but it was a big one, when one con- siders that he was behind throughout (the fortnight's play until the last day. It was a typical finish to an Inman match. Kitty Knew About Sheep ''Seven sheep wore standing By the pasture wall. {Tell said the teacher, To her scholars small, ''One poor sheep was frightened, Jumped and ran away. Dne from many .Woolly sheep would stay, Up went Kitty's A farmer's daughter she, Kot so bright at figures As she ought to be. ''Please, then Kitty, Tell us if you know." if one jumped over, All the rest would go." Wednesday. Cobh maintains his place in front' of his circuit, but the hat- ting slump Jake Dauhert.sufierei in the recent Chicago series lost tiic Urooklyn star first place in the. Na- tional to Fred Ludcrus. ol Philadel- phia, and Lee Magee once more leads the Federal Leaguers, having 'gone ahead of Vincent Campbell.. Uobb ids the American League witli .387. In the National League the leading ttcr is Ludcrus, Philadelphia, with 47. The leader in the Federal Lea- s Magce, .352, AMERICAN STYLE TENNIS TOURNEY HERE ON HOLIDAY Ah American lawn tennis tournament, open to the play- ers of the city, will ho nluyed on the city courts Dominion Day, commencing at 10.HO a.m. All players wishing to enter the tourney arc requested to communicate their desire to one of the t'o'ilowing persons: The Misses Henderson and Aird. or Messrs. llcArlhur, Robertson anil Oliver. ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETED FOR RAYMOND CELEBRATION String of Good Herses Entered for Track -Events (Raymond, Alta., June In readiness for. the.big cele- bration which will be held .here next Thursday, Dominion Day. All that is Tiow required to make the eyant a Success is fine weather. The-commit tees are all working energetically, end are bending every effort to carry .the festivities through to a sue cessful termination. The races promise to -be an attract- Jve feature. There has been a string pf local thoroughbreds training here for the past .month, animals owned by C. Kinsey, W, Meeks, iDe Losae Lund end C. O'Brien. Other horses are also in for the meet. FATALITY AT SAN JOSE San Jose, Cal., June acci Sent in the second event marred yes- terday's .automobile races on the San Bone driving park. Car 17, driven by iRoy Taylor, (Paul Brashear macbin the track on the first turn o the flying start five-mile race. Tin machine went through, the nnder-pin nine of a large watering tank. Tai- lor sustained fractured ribs, but wil recover. Brashear is not expected r 1IV8. AN INTO FENCE AND KILLED AT SACRAMENTO uto- Driver King Is Mangled; Skull of Brother-in-Law Fractured Sacramento, Cal., June cohds after be began a race at the ate Fair grounds yesterday, Clar- ce 0. King, veteran automobile iver, lay a mangled mass at the a'lr-mile post; Leslie Pewett, his other-in-Iaw and mechanician, was rown beside him with a fractured nil, and his car, after tearing SO et from the fence, rolled over' arid in a ditch bordering the track, le three other cars in the race fin- ned. Just how the accident occurred will ever be known. Apparently King, ho was la second place, tried to pass le leading car, and as he turned his CORBE1T QUITS STAGE ,San Francisco, Cal., June J. Corbett, who re- turned yesterday from Austra- lia states that .he will. drop stage work entirelx for the et present and devote ail his k> time 'to the development ot Tom'Cowler. his young heavy- B> weight. C'owler surprised me with fr Us work in says ff the ex-champion of the world. ifr "Ha dM enough when he knocked out Lea Gordon Coghfll and Ben Boyle." THIRSTQUENCHERS MANY SATISFYING DRINKS MAD FROM (WONTSERRAT UIME y- JUIOE Within the pale, yellow peel of fresh cultivated Lime is one of th niost fascinating juices that evu tempted the palate of thirsty souls. On a blistering hot when tl whole body is relaxed with heat, ha a .wineglass of Montserrat Lime Juic a HtUe sugar and broken in a glas of water, makes a summer drink tha nil! linger .in. the memory. flood wine cannot be made fro wild irapes, neither can a wholesom palaUblo Juice be pressed from wil .Montserrat' Umo .Juice is mat from cultivated Limes, and the ]ui< is wholesome, refreshing and pala able. All druggists and groce have MonUerrat. Renll Orderlies keep the bone regular ind healthy. Their actio Is mild and soothing So only by J D Hlginbotham Co Lt( The Slon, lOc, 2Bc and 50 BASEBALL NATIONAL w- u 3hleago 81 2.'1 St. Louis 211 Pitlsburg........ Philadelphia ........80 Boston.. New York i3rooklyn Cincinnati 31 P.O. .690 .632 .527 ..120 Ala ATI .441 .430' First gairie: Boston 2 B 1 New York 3 12 1 Ragan arid.G'owdy; Jlalhewson and Meyers. Second, same: Boston New. York Tyler and Whaling; Meyers. Cliicago Cincinnati Zabel and Bresnahan Wingo. Pitlsburg-St. Louis: Postponed, '.TO 3 5 10 .2 Tcsreau and 2 S a -1 1 Toney auad 31 AMAZING TIME MADE IN MILE OF 97.06 MILES Brooklyn............. Philadelphia.............. Snlffli and Mccarty; Kixey, Baum- sardner and Burns. D: A. THOMAS Prominent Welsh colliery owner, vho has been appointed Lloyd George's agent for munitions in .Can- ada. Ho will lilieiy visit all cities ind towns in Canada where munitions can (be made. Chicago, June 27.-A11 competitive speed automobile records for the 500- mile race were shattered in the run- ning of the first Chicago 500-mile derby. They were not only beaten by Dario Kcsta, who won with a French car and captured more than in prize money, hat by the nine other drivers who finished m the meet. Kesta's official time was 5.07.20. The previous record made by Ralph centl Ihieago Boston Detroit Washington Xew York Philadelphia utomobile out lost control of it asaed into the fenced and De Palma at Indianapolis, was at the rate ol recently, miles an Resta averaged 97.00 over the jiamu distance and J. Cooper, who finished tenth, bettered lie Palma s mark, averaging !I0.3 miles an hour. Eighty thousand persons witnessed the race. The veteran Harry Grant drove .the entire race without, a stop and finish- ed in fifth place averaging 9n.OC miles an hour. The previous non-stop re- cord in competition was 305 miles. Porporato was second, Rickenbacker third and E. Cooper fourth. Twenty- one cars started and eight dropped out in the course, of the grind. AMERICAN Jleveiand New York..... Boston....... iFisher, Pieh and .585 .648 .525 .371 .3G7 .367 3 I) 0 2 8 2 Xunamaker; Shore, Collins, Maya and Cads'. Second game: New York Boston McHale and Nunamaker; Gregg, STAGE MONSTER OPEN LAWN BOWLING TOURNAMENT HERE ON DOMINION DAY IXTEEN RINKS .ENTERED FOR THE TOURNEY-BANKERS DONATE. SILVER CHALLENGE CUP FOR COMPETITION. Mays and Thomas. Philadelphia.............. 0 6 I 2 7 Crowell and -Lapp; Johnson and Ainsmith. St. 2 hicaEo.. -1 'Loudermill, Ferryman, Sisler and Agnew; Scott and Schalk. 3 s Detroit 6 0 Hagcrman, Harstad and Egan Dauss, Covaleskie and Stanage. There will be plenty of excitement n the morning of the holiday, when 4 blowlers from all over the city will take part in the largest lawn owling tournament ever held in Canada. The Gait and the mpire clubs are work-ing together to make this tourney a splendid success, 'aber has been invited to send along couple of rinks, which witt swell be entry list to 18 rinks. The Bankers' Challenge Cup will oe on isplay on the grounds that to- ether with the eight prizes tor the rink and "runners up." A 1st of the players, and the rinks they lay on, also the time of each draw, fill be JOurid In Wednesday- night's Herald. There will be two rinks left pen for any players who wish to try he game. -Make your entry ..to Mr. Vlarnoch at the Ejmpire club, or to V. Clarke or W. S. Adaams tonight r Wednesday evening on the. green n Gait Park. Bowls will be supplied o non-members as possible. 25 cents to cover priz- eto. Exciting Contest Last Night Another interesting game of -lawn bowls was played last night on the green at the ISmpire club. With a lead of ten shots against them, Me- Nabb's rink gradually pulled up, and a well-played