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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNB THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE nmn PIACE TO GO on the program lor day that the demonstration 01 triotism the mggrai iucwn the most dewrvmg ol concern in the Bay's proceedings. 'Don't let a little inclement weather flampen the spirit of patriotism. Don't let the he marred by your absence. everyone turn out and pay their respects to the Hag at this time, .when beautiful and bounteous senti- ment for the Dominion and the Em- pire should reign supreme. However, it is not going to ram. It is not on the program. The com- mittee iu charge of the celebration hare 'at no time given thought to the question and have prepared no aner- J.tive iu tingency. PATRIOTIC All Arrangements Com pleted for Big Day at Fair Grounds and Lake It'll take a-mighty bad day to nut the great patriotic celebration hero Dominion Day hors de combat Such is the state of enthusiasm that ex- ists lor this, the outstanding occa- lioB of the year, in a period of the most momentous in-the history of the British Empire For it must not re ,o.t sight of in the whirl of cngag- STANF_OR_D_ EIGHT FEET BEHIND the event of such a con- ALL'S WELL The committee met last tor .the last time before the proceedings .tomorrow and everything is in apple- pie order. Everything on time and strictly according to schedule is their watchwort. ABOUT CHILDREN important fact to bear in mind In connection with the procedure. The children after receiving an orange on their way from the fair grounds, will disperse go where they please. HERALD RACE Three entries have been received for the Herald read race and anotker is likely. The- three lined up for the big event are Messrs. Johannessen, iAdolphson and Parsons. HUHItY HURRY Shetland pony race entries are slow in comiig in.. Owners of Shet- land: who contemplate going m the dash ihoaM-md in their names to Mr. Nelson at the Foot Toggery, Some of the otter entries are slow too. Hurry up. fi :NEW ONE 4 new eveat was added to the pro- tram almdr published. Mr. R. A Wright hal kindly offered to put up a mug-for-competition in a habj ahpw, open to babies between 4 an' 12 months of age. Programme of aportt milei; Herald Road race; race starts at Herald office, runntai via Fourth avenue to Thirteenth along Thirteenth street is Seventh avenue, along Seventh av- enue entrance, altnt inslae road to CoeliHB Shed, on to race track anad then running times round tract. Greasy tint person to climb pole without assistance in any torm takes possession ef ham at top. yards, footrace. yards, girli' race, 12 and undar. yards, boys' race, 12 and Under. yards, egg and spoon race, adults. face, 18 and under. yards, four-legged race, yardi, foot race, adults. yards, girls' race, 16 and yards, boys' race, 16 and Under. miiss, motor cycle race. pony race. Jrarte, club relay race. four runners must belong to in- dividual clubs, either or foot- i progress a tnd an exhibl- the TM.C.A., Also FINISHED STRONGER .THAN LEADEflS AND MAKE IT EXCITING Poughkccpsie, N. Y., June an.-ln L triangular battle oi blades unctiual- ed in American rowing history, Cor- lell won the varsity four-mile race lore late yesterday afternoon from Leland Stanford by eight feet. Syra- cuse exhausted by the struggle, slid over the line third, two lengths in front of the Columbia crew, which had wrested fourth place from Penn- sylvania in the last miles o! the great Hudson .regatta. Stanford, represented on he Hud- son for. the first time, nearly MOO miles from home, and practically SOCCER GAME DOMINION DAY The football match between tho Cullies ami the North Letbbi-ldge -United scheduled to be played at the Bali Park on Dominion Day, has biwu cancelled, owing to the sports at Henderson Park. All the soccer fans will bo at the big celebration- BASEBALL NATIONAL w. L. Chicago 3'j Philadelphia ..............'1 yt. LouiK.................. 31 Pitlsburg 3d Boston ...........i......... 29 New York Sincimiati 2-1 Brooklyn 20 Pet.. .501! .534 .531 .528 .'173 .430 First Bailie-- New York 3 liudolpli anil Uowcly Scaucr and JMeyers. Second Boston New York 2 0 1 0 Strolld, 10 0 Whaling Perrit and and Huglies and Meyors. Brooklyn.............................. Philadelphia 'J Dell and Miller Chalmers ICillifer. first game- Pittshurs -St. Louis Harmon and Gibson }lcadows, I Conselman and Snydor and Schang. Second r Pittsburg 4 St. Louis f> I1 Cooper and Gibson On ncr and Cionzales. ChicagOrCincinnati, postponed, rain 8 FOURTEEN RINKS ENTERED F01 OPEN EVENTS HERE TO- MORROW mes rom overlooked as a contender in the pre ol experts, forced the Ithaca veterans, favorite in the betting, to a last effort of nerve and strength in order to win. CHEER FOR STANFORD From the time Stroke Maurcr ro Stanford drove his blade into water Stanford was a factor in the struggle, and as the prow of the car- dinal shell crept up on the faltering Cornell oarsmen in the terrific drive at the finish, thousands were shriov- ing and cheering the far western :rew on. Syracuse, which had been fighting with Cornell for the lead, was unable to stand the terrific pace of the last mile When the Stanford called for a last desperate ctiort from his giant crew, the cardinal boat cit The draw for rinks and players who are taking part in the Lawn Bowling Tournament was made last nielit. Fourteen rinks were entered ami a bvc in each draw was made, of Taher lias not made any entry Chicago Boston Detroit Washington New York Philadelphia St. Louis Cleveland so "there "will be an .wo more rinks to made up irom [ate entries. Each skip will collect 25C. from their players to cover the eiidit prizes for the. two winning rinks. To avoid delays all players arc renucsted to be on the grounds sharp at 10 or 11 o'clock, as their names appear herewith 10 O'CLOCK DRAW swept easil rivals, but were made asily by their "Salt city ut Coach Courtney's oarsmen of sterner stuff, and tnough wobbling and exhausted, had just enough strength to hold their lead until the finish line was passed. DOPESTERS ARE UPSET In the long drawn out struggle down the course, all forecasts and ex- pert predictions went astray. Crews selected to fight in the fore, wallow- ed in the ivake of eights not consid- ered to have a chance for first place. Had the cardinal oarsmen started their last spurt a trifle sooner, the have been changed and the race they rowed long will he re- membered in the annals of intercol- legiate regattas. TWO WINS FOR CORNELL Cornell's victory gave the Ithaca aniversity an edge on the colleges entered, for the Red and White junior eight previously had won the event for the second crews while the ireshman race had been taken handily by the Syracuse youngsters. TRIGGER AND TRAP The Stevens Arms, Dupont Powder and Dominion Cartridge prizes wil' be shot for tomorrow at the loca. traps, commencing at 9.30. Arrange- ment have not yet been completed as to how the prizes "will -be put up. This will be done on the spot. A handicap open to all comers will be staged, also an amateur shoot and a non-member shoot'. There will he a full supply oi shells for everybody and guns will be sup plied by the club. J Torrance W. Whiddington R. Howson Rev. Cobbledick Skip N. Feat J Campbell W. Stcele S Adams Skip J. Aitken..'' J. Kennedy Judge Jackson Dr W. H. Marrs Skip R. Nimmons W. Willetts Mr.. Archer Dr. G-ibson Mr. Easton J. Levie Nelson Skip Mr. Hazel C B. Bowmaa J. R. Oliver D. Johnson Skip AMERICAN 33 38 30 23 32 22 .66 .589 .58; .52i -.511 .43- .36; .38; St. Louis Chicago Hamilton, Perryman and Severoid Faber.and Schalk. Cleveland-Detroit, postponed, rain. Philadelphia., 2 i- Washington Wyckoff, Davics and Lapp Boehl ing, Hifiner and Henry. New York 3 8 Boston 5 lu Caldwell and Nunamaker; Ruth am Thomas. S. Kirkham J. Tennant W. Scott IT. Scott J. Reid Mr. Perry R. Smith W. Shover F. Ford FEDERAL W. L. St. 35 3-1 Chicago 38 28 Kansas City 37 Pittsburg 34 Newark 38 Brooklyn................... 30 Baltimore................ 2-1 BuaBlo 33 Skip Skip Skip 11 O'CLOCK DRAW Mr. Cook E. English Mr. Jones K. P. Stewart, gkip. Mr. Meyers J. Baldry Fairbrother Mr. McNabl) Skip Gibson Hamly J. Aird W. Clark, skip. Harron Wales T. Haddlington R. Scott, skip To play winners Johnson vs. Adams game.- i men to be lined outside fence on opposite from Brand stand. Competitor' mutt ready to start ftt schedule hour. While sports are i Hind'boxing contest toy members of will be'given on the platform baby eenteit, at 3.o'clock, lw sB- presented by Mr. R. A. Wright, jeweler, to babies from H to 12 aontln old. CLAItyl to 12 months eM. to -iron wonn m wili procession, maintaining an average of 41 tollowtd in order by Veterans. j. hnnr.- snveral miles and school boys, to Exhibition .rounds entrance gate, where oranges will be preMBted to children, then to Jake, whtre the aouatic spirts will CARRIER PIGEON RECORD Fort Worth, A new world's record for flight by homing pigeons was claim- ed today by the Fort .Worth, Fanciers' association. Four birds; liberated at New Orleans, covered the 579 .miles to Fort Worth in 14 hours, v- miles' an- hour, several miles faster than the best previous record. E. Sharman Allan Jack S. Jackson Dr. Geo. Marrs Ship Empire rink to be skipped by J. Marnoch To play winners- of Marrs vs. Reid' game Pet .50 .56 -.56 .50 .40 .38 .34 Kansas City 2 9 Brooklyn o 9 Cullop, Blackburn and Brown Fin neran and Land. Newark................................. 0 1 Chicago 1 't Brown and Fisher Moseley an Rariden. St. Louis............................ 4. 10 Buffalo........................-.......... 5 8 Broom, Watson. and Han ley Ford and Blair. Pittsburg.................... Baliiimora Knetzer and Berry Jacklitsch. 7 1 Bailey INTERNATIONAL Rochester........... 2 Buffalo......... Newark............... 6 Richmond...... Providence-Jersey City, postpone R. Norris Williams Wins With Ease Pittsburg, June Norris Wil1 liams had an easy time winning his two' matches yest'erday for the clay court tennis championship, as had al- so M. W. Washburn, except----- match with Lawrence Curtis, wiui Harvard player, who gave a good ac- count oi himself in the second set. against a touring gifts' George M. CiTurch, .the Princeton en- Ainstpn. a imnkev nl AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas 6 St. Paul No other games scheduled. NORTHWESTERN Seattle............... 7 Vancouver Spokane........'..... 0 Aberdeen 14 Tacoma DEFY AMATEUR UNION Regina, Sask., Juno Lea er Baseball club, -'leaders of the Ci league, defied the A.A.U. tonight an played against the Victorias, the tea that was professionalized by the Sa katchewan 'governors recently E try eliminated C. L. Roseman of De- troit, very easily. W. H. Y.-Hackett of Boston was put down by F. C. In- man of the West Side Tennis club, while Dean Mathey, the other mem- ber of the four men who-are to play in California, had no trouble winning his two matches. ENTERTAINMENT TOMORROW The Aquitic have com the necessary plans for the Day Regatta at the lake. The program will be commenced at :BW Sharp; 'weather permittinf, rollowini is a list oftte events Single canoer-NoTice. go, open. tlpwt-Bouble, open, i under Novice. The course selected for'the sailing .shall also, mark the sides of, the competitions will be in the' larger course for other races. _e Inba oaef tXtmlKvi uiuuo w in portion of the lake east of the bridge. The remainder of the competitions will on the smaller por- tion of the lake west of the bridge tion of tlie law wesi oi me where a will be marked with buoy The war canoe race will be .from the bridge to the west wall .of .the lake and return, and each boat must round its respective buoy at this, west j club. Prank Mastell, a hockey play of note, and Hammond, t premier-track athlete of the provinc refused to forsake the simon r" ranks. Public fee'iing is strongh favor of the A.A.U. governors, and the fans do not lake kindly to ama teur players posing as professionals. CONNAUGHT CUP SERIES Toronto, Out, June a large- crowd-at the 'Varsity the Lancashires defeated the Earacas in the final for the Toronto series of the Connaught Cup by the Let's see whafnhlstory Away Back Between Times Today The Stone Age man held a pebble in his mouth for moisture and to prevent thirst. Forlorn makeshift of an arid land. Roots and herbs served better where plant life existed. Early Spanish explorers found the Aztecs used "chide" pleasant and agreeably welcome relief from tropical heat. Refined Mexican Chicle, its merits proven by the test of time, is the basis of Studied processes, special machinery, immaculate factories and the waxed wrapper sealed air tight make it the Perfect Gum in the Perfect Package. MADE m WOT. Wriglty Jr. Co., Ltd., Toron Two delicious flavors cooling, soothing Peppermint and the toothsome tang of fresh Mint Leaves. CIS it everv meaf-J ON 1 SIDE score of 2 to 0. Both teams, me onugt; tu tat; w.cou well, and put up a typical cup tic lake and return, and each boat must contest. The winners now enter the Ontario series. The novelty competitions will bo hold off the west side of the ..bridge. The finishing line for all distance canoe races will he parallel with the bridge and between two ports the shore, each placed about ,ten.feet west of bridge, at each end. The starting line for the gunwale and tail-end races will' be between two buovs placed directly west of the finishing posts respectively, and rAoi.t hallway between the bridge and the extreme wall ol the lake. It if iateried tint two slarn of canoe touching, the. west wall and finish at the aforesaid line, west of the bridge. FABRE Montreal, WON MARATHON Que., June ten- In all the canoe races each canoe must keep to its own ,water on riiK bn of Richmond A.C. won of'being disqualified on going off-rts pabre now takes th course and fouling opponent -Rcsnec- vm H ft second time COUiae iiuu luuiinjj -----i. i tive courses will, be .in lines parallel with each arch of the bridge. It is thought that as all competi- tors in-the boat races will be facing forward the bridge wil! not be an interference at the finishing line, and the ielecW will be the belt available lor sjectatorss' x mile road race for amateurs for a tro- phy offered' annually by the Montreal i run from Dominion Park of Richmond' A.C. won in 33 Pabre now takes the cup, he having won It a second time. WILL- TRANSFER CLUB Newark, N.J., June special mooting of the Internationa! league will be held here today for considera- tion of the proposed temporary trans- fer of tug Newark club to Harrigburg Says the Coquitlam Star "A Vancouver paper announces a la- crosse match between J'ort Coquit- lam and Port Moody. Not guilty Our limit for "rough" sport is a 20- round contest. We draw the liae. at lacrosse." GETTING A LAUGH The "funnv" fan could get no laughs No matter hoft- he'd speak.; His sallies caused no merriment Upon the bleachers bleak, Until a foul hall, glancing back, In zis-zag fashion soared, hit the jokesmit-h on the beak, Then everybody roared. Ball players and revivalists clashed over possession o! a baseball diamond m the suburbs of Loi> Angeles, and the mnalists. triumphed It happened The Airojo Scco nine armed at its park one morning to hud a pulpit erected in the pitcher's (fad pews on the plate wild cries were no i match for the oratorv of the revnal- Dsspenth the) attempted to plai a game hut the pitcher found xlt impossible to hurl cuncs while stand- ing beside the preacher and the bats- man had no loom to swing his ash aiiion? the pews So the team, al- though leading the County IcagUb, surrendered and the rcMvalists, still hold j'tlie. field. Connie Mick coasts of having the two oldest coaches in the came nnen Harn Davis and Lajoie are out out of the coac'ung lines, the com bmed ages of Mack's coachcrs is well over the cighlv mark Here is one of the oddest coincidenc- es, m the instors of baseball Four times since 1006 the Pittsburg Pir- atei, beaten the Chicago Cubs two games, in one day by scores o! 1 to 0 In 1006 Chicago, as a pennant chaser lost two games in one after- noon bv a score of 1 to 0, am! pen- nant chancei practically were wreck- ed In 1908, when Chicago was fighting for the pennant it eventually won, the teams met on Decoration Pay, andJPiUsbvJtiiwon.twiovl to 0. The following yeaf, Lite in the season, Chicago stopped oft at Pitts- burg en route east, and lost games 1 to 0, and Pittsburg won the pennant on those occasions On Dec oration Day this 5 ear the Puatcs won, two games from the Cubs, 1 to 0. "That's My Corn" What a Confession! Something hitsashpe. There's a flash of pain, and the victim says, "That's my corn. "My pared and coddled for years, perhaps It's ns need- less as dirty hands. A Bine-jay plaster, applied in a jiffy, would end that pain m-lanlly. And the B B u ax that's in it would terminate the corn in two days. No pain, no 'soreness, no inconvenience. The corn loosens and corner out. It disappears forever. ll's hard to prevent corns while liming dainty feet. But it (isn't hjrd lo end them A'milhc-n corns a month are ended in this1 easy Blue-jay -vay. You do yourself injustice whan yoq suffer from a corn. Half your friends have proved this. Blue-jky; Ends Cdrns v IS 2S nnU-at DnftMt Saitlpla Mailed Fne MIES PARTS OF CANADA BUT .GEORGE GOULD1NQ NOT BE AT WINNIPEG MEET Winnipeg, Sune 2S lot the Dominion athletic which are to be held in Winnipeg on. Julv 2 and 3 in connection with the-1 National Patriotic Week celebrations- haie closed but the fui list is not available, as some entries from the west are still in the malls. is sending three great ath- R Herbert and J O'Hara, sprinters, and L Cade, weighf. 'hrower Ontario will be leprescnted by John iressidei, hah mile champion, J JIcGavin, sprinter. George Gould- ing champion waller, will be pre- vented from attending by busmen reasons _ R A Hammond, sprinter, and E. B Hastamps, hurdles, will represent Saskatcheiv an Dr Bncker, champion broad jump- er and Rov Halihuiton, sprinter and hurdler, will be Alberta's tnes British Columbia will send J. H. Gillis, weight thrower, and A. Gieggor Brandon will be represented by J. Quiglcy in the middle distance events and M Crown in the five mile .race. Among the local entries are Army Howard, J Beckett, Alex Robert; son, Joe Keeper, and a numherA ot others Another entry from the province bj J McNeil, Gilbert Plains, who rwill perform in the sprints The full lilt of Brandon I- net SOCCER PLAYER DIES Regina, Sask, June foot. hail world of Regina suffered a greet loss through the of Davidson, who pawed at Camp ywtordw had been a Hrtlng ia football for severs! w one of most gxwnlu cliy. ol which won m ;