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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TTCKSDAY, 1, 19H THT5 fE'THBKIDCE DAILY HtilcALl) PAGE THREE Captured Maunsell Cup and Championship of Southern Alberta Cricket Bowlers Were in Finished of Enthusiasts Accompahied Team to Macleod VISITORS -ROYALLY'ENTERTAINED GREAT MATCH (By Tim Lfithhridge Cricket club iour- Bpycd to.Mncleod' cm Saturday, to play the deciding match for the j he no .lUcmpt to play. A. Holt; MaunsvU Cup. Quite a number Clinton carne to the rescue. The for- mer when he appeared well set was howled by a ball which lie evidently thought wide of the -wicket anfl'ivhi'-h AMERICAN Detroit, 9, Now Vork C. Uctrc.it 2, New York 1. (Second ftl. Louis 1, Boston 4. St. Louts 3, Moslem 3. (Second Clnveland 3, Philadelphia 9. Chicago -i, Washington 3. FEDERAL St. Louis 3, Chicago 4-. Mailimore 7, Pittsburg 1. Brco'ilyn -I, Buffolo I. Louis 0, Chicago 1. (.Second! Army of Hunters Go Out Early This Morning Looking for a Bag LOTS OF BIRDS AT LAKES friends awl supporters the team, and'these besides having.a inost enjovibic outing, wore treated to one of tlie finestigaroes of crkkit WIC -he made HO .ittcmpl to play. A. iuutj scored 9 before he was caught. Then plaj'ed in West. A ihcsa whu madp thctirip were Mr. D H. Elton, Mr: U. A. ..Smith, Mr. H V. Gibbons, Mr. and Alec. Phillips ami McUlinton hit olT the required number. McOlinton U5 nut out, was an extremity useful conti'i- bution at ;i time when runs were badly net'tlwl. Lftllihritlgc won by C wickets and t thus ended a match crammed full oi uitruuiia, incident and excitement from start to 1 Oliver, Mrs. 1'cntland Liridsay, Mrs. a nutt.h wcll Worthy of thel Palmer, Mrs. W. H. Holt, Mr. and' Mrs. McLelland, Mr.......'" Jliss Lucille Eit looked an easy thing, hut cricket is a gloriously uncertain ganjR- As A -matter of'i'act, they fared so badly that ..their best mc-'i were out for 22. The "Doctor" (usually a great failed, as also did Blackhurnc, McClinton, SIcIlrpna and Basson. Five minutes lunch time the "brothers Molt fcocarne associated with tho; wickets and TVcrfi together at the adjourn- this thing of the-whale match. By patient- de- fence and skilful play 'they kept the moving slowly until the total reached 68, then A. Holt was caught, he bad scored an invaluable 30, and "the had practically won j ihe match for Lethnridge: W. Holt' contribution WHS 26, it, was indeed a performance under very trying conditions. In tlie end the Lethbridge total was 102. A last wicket; part- "-nership between J. Davis and J.tN. lee added a useful 14, -Lee being .10 not out. Lethbridge was thus 33 in front oi Macleod on the first in- nings. But the match was not yet won. There was still time for a second 1 innings. In their second attempt the Macleod' beys did much better in spifce oi.fche fact that Slole was again dis- j missed .Napper was tho hero this; time and he was ably as- sisted by F. W. B. George. These two-scored over If between them, being M not out, and George 38. At the tea Napper de- clared tho innings closed at'109 for 6 wickets. This left Le'lhbridge 77. to get to win. LefrhbrMge again made a. disastrous start, V. Holt being given out caught .wicket off the first ball howl-j The "Doctor" was howled sooni afterwards. Then Mcllvena and Me-1 Fleetwood, accompanied tlie team jind it would be hard to find a more enthusiastic supporter 'than this (food old sportsman. One bad only to look at his face to sec whether he was en- joying himself. During the day the players and their friends were lavishly entertain- ed by the hospitable-. Macleod people, voted it one of the most en- joyable days they had ever spent. The following are the scores MACLEOD FIRST INNINGS Mole c. Hiackburne, .b. Mc- Clinton 7 M. Vernon, bowled Phillips...... 10 R. O. Matbews, c. Phillips, b. MeClinton 2 F-. W. B. George, howled Phillips 5 G. C. Lewis, c. BlacJiburne, h. A. Holt G T. Dann, c, Blackburne, h. Phil- lip's 15 II. G. Napper, c. Holt, b. Phillips............................... 0 T. Gillcspie, c. Mc- Clinton J7 2 1 NATIONAL York 1, Pittsburg 1. Chicago Cincinnati 3. (July games scheduled. AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 5, Cleveland 4. Kansas City 2, Indianapolis 1. Milwaukee 1, Louisville 0. St. Paul 3, Columbus 10. INTERNATIONAL Newark 1, Buffalo 2. Newark 2, Buffalo 5. (2ml Jersey City 0, Rochester 3. Jersey City 4, Rochester 5. (.See- cml Providence 5, Montreal 1. Baltimore 3, Toronto 7. WESTERN CANADA BAD SHUT-OUT Me-dirine .Hat, ters celebrated their return home by whitewashing the Eskimos. A down- pour of rain cut off the game in the fifth. Seven of the Hatters' eight hits wftrc fnr extra bases. The score was 7 to 0. QUAKERS RETAIN: LEAD Saskatoon, Aug. .man- aged to rclaiii a narrow lead by breaking oven with Millers, who went momentarily to the top oi the league by tak'ing the afternoon game. The Quakers had this cinched till NTorth- rup blew up in the eighth, allowing six runs on five hits. Scores 8 to 5 and 5 lo 2. REG1NA S, CALGAHV 2 Rogina, Aug. Sox shatter- ed their chances of the pennant by losing one to the Bronks, though they won the other. The Sox won tho first and bad the second easy till Me- j Quarry b.lcw up in the sixth, filling i the bases. Before Kennedy and who were both put in, could retire the side, four runs came in. The score ended 8 to '2. Was your slumber disturbed this morning about 2 o'clock by the buzz- ing of benzine buygiRB, etc., passing up the street like a mill stream? That was tho army of. dare devils advanc- ing to the field of operations at five- mile, eight-mile, fifteen-mile, eighteen- mile and the thousand-aml-one other mile lakes In this vicinity where the ducks at IhiB season of tho year cio congregate for the express pleasure of 'beiug shot mostly missed. The duck shooting season opened today aud never beJ'oiv has there been such Ji crowd of enthusiasts in the bagging business. Duck hunters were at every lake and slough before tiio first sign of daybreak and the roads wore thick with them making thy grade to the various stamping grounds on foot, on bicycles, on horseback, in cars, in rigs and every other means of con- veyance. There are a million ducks and near- ly as many hunters. There is going to be an awful killing. AT THE BUTTS With n number of new Koine of whom werf shooting over the! ruugo for thu linn; ynd others Jwil not shot for yeans, tlie fol- lowliitj scort'B wore made: 300 T.IIO .Mcl.eod....... :iO 3ij McChcsiicy..... Uryans 30 0 ue Pittard 2'J 30 K 921 J10 Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer .Resort, .with 18 miles of Navigable Water for J Launches and Row Boats Collins A. D. .Stafford Burnett Ban-..... Stewart..... 1S011 Jiidson...... Johnaon Lloyd iVIng Slltt....... Marks...... 26 2V 23 27 21 20 20 11 IS Good Trout Fishing Rates and per day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel Stage leaves King- Edward Jlote] at Pin- cher Greek every mortiing for the Lakes. The above scores are the first of a series of four to be shot in competi- tion for a silver salver called the Do- ion of Canada, Prize, highest ag- gregate of four scores winning. Three remaining competitions to take place the first, second and third Satur- lays of September. TENER WARNS JOHN McGRAW j League Head Tells Great Manager to "Lay Off" the Umpires In resentment of criticisms of the National league umpire staff by John McGraw, Governor John K. Tener, pre- sident of the league has ordered tho manager of the Giants to "lay off" the j arbiters, under penalty of a long-gus- j pension, a heavy fine, or both. It was learned that the Giants' leader had been censured by the National league president, following the publication of an attack on the umpire staff, in which .McGraw -had specified the al- leged shortcomings of the officials, excusing only William Klein. KOJ1 YAMADA IS MAROONED Japanese Biiiisrdist Can't Utt Out c-f Germany BRiCKLEY TO COACH THE VIRGINIA ment. When play, was resumed, pair accomplished-the finest Byes Leg byes Total............................r.... 69 LETHBRIDGE FIHST INNINGS Dr. Siinonds, .bowled Dann G A. J. Blackburne, c. Lewi's, b. Dann 1 A, N. McCIinton, b. L. Napper ft H. Mcllvena, c, II. Napper, b- L. Napper 7 A. Holt, c, Vernon, b. .Napper... 30 A. Basson, bowled Dann 0 W.'Hoit, bowled L..Napper 'Jfi F.'Phillips, I.b.w. L. Napper 13 J. R. Palmer, bowled L. Napper 2 ,J. Davis, c. Gillcspie 4- J. N. Lee, not out..................... 10 Byes.......................... .._.. 1 -Leg byes 1 Wide balls t 102 NATIONAL W. L. Pet. New York................... 63 .10 .D58 Boston 63 r.i St. Louis G-l .529 .Chicago............ ..........-62 57 .521 Philadelphia................. 53 Gl Cincinnati'.................. 54 1.3 .462 Brooklyn 53 fi2 .461 Pittsburg 52 63 .453 Among the many foreigners strand- ed in Germany on. account of the Eu- ropean war is Koji Yaniada. the cham- pion Japanese biliiard player, who wjis seen in. a matcli against George Slosson in Spokane last fall. Yaniada was in Berlin when hostili- ties began, engaged in an international tournament. The last word from him was three 'weeks ago, when he wrote that he was leading und expected to win, and that he would leave on Aug- ust 15 in time to arrive in New York to begin the contests of the Champion Billiard Players' league, of which he is a member. His friends here -are worried over iiis silence, especially so since Japan has now become entangled in the war. The .fact, however, that Yamada was educated In Berlin may serve as a pro- tection until he is able to malve his way to this country. President Burton' Mank of the lea- gue is trying thrpugh consular ser- i-f.ce and otherwise to get in touch with the champion and aid him in re- turning to this but thus far all efforts have failed. Harvard Football Star Starts Work at Blue Is In Splendid 'Condition for Coming Season Charlottesvllle, Va., Sept. ginia's football squad is going to have the services as coach for the few early days of practice of Capt. Charles Brickley, Harvard's great half-back and renowned drop-kicker. Bricltley Is spending the summer in tbe Blue Ridge camp, which is con- ducted by a brother of Joe. "Wood, tbe head coach of tlie Old Dominion grid- ironers, for the coming season. Brick- ley has promised Wood to give him his assistance before joining tiie. Crimson candidates ia September. "The Millioii Dollar Mystery" TOMORROW STARLAND Val Cartier Camp, Quo., Aug. According lo Col. Creolman, command- Ing' officer, an attempt was made to wreck the Canadian Northern train, which brought the 2Iol Battery of Westmount, now known as tlie 4th Battery, to Val Cartier. The train, carrying the men, horses and guns, and the staCE of the corps, left Mon- treal about 2 a.m., and a number of men were asleep, when about ninety miles were covered, suddenly the en- gine bumped something on the track. The train was stopped and the crew found that a rail had been thrown aside by the engine. Evidently, it had been placed on the track with the object of derailing and "wrecking the heavy troop train. Practically none of the men or offi- cers knew of tho incident. It was re- ported to Col. Ci-eelman, who, this morning gave the story. GERMAriV'G B'G JOB Have Captured Tons Commerce Yet of the Exchequer David Lloyd George an- nounced in the House of Commons yesterday that German, men-of-war on all the seas have captured tons of British shipping. "There remain tons to be said the Chancellor amid de- disive laughter JAP COMMITTED Sent Up on Charge of Murder- ing Japanese Rancher Cranbrook. B.C., Sept. Kamzak Murato, a Japanese, had his preliminary hearing was sent up for trial for the murder of Sarra Moto, a Japanese rancher. "ATLANTIS" A Vivid Description of the Empress of Ireland and Titanic Catas- trophes Produced at a great cosf recently, no better, tho Empress of Ireland anfl. Tltaftiic disaster could have been taken than tho sinking of tho steamer in the wonder- ful six-part feature that comes for a three-days' engagement at Starland Theatre, commencing next Monday afternoon. The story concerns a young doctor, who, through worry and study, is com- pelled to take a. Ions rest. His "wife develops symptoms of derange- ments, and Is taken to a sanitarium. Leaving his three children with his mother, the doctor plans to travel. His adventures are many, and Includa tlie mishap to the an ocean lin- er, from 'which he is finally rescued. In America, ilie doctor falls in love with a young sculptress; ho learns of the death of his wife, and returns to his old home with the girl that has nursed him back to life. RS. SOMMERVILLE AT v- EMPRESS THEATRE Mrs.- Jf. H. Sommerville will give her noted lecture on "The Social; Evil" at the Empress tonight only, Fol-' Ing" is a glowing testimony of herj address rrcti'Hev. DrVJohu. L. 'She makes.a- strong for the; better care, guidance, and efiiicaUou our more innocent girls, showing she does so that indifference ot par-j ents and ignorance on. the part young girls are factors "which, i render more assistance to commer- cialized, vice than all other elements put together. 'The slides used were all and Illustrated weftl what the lecturer imd to say about her-subject, and al- though the pictures wera'drawn large- ly from the life of the larger Ameri- can cities, yet they represent a state of affairs which is air too common, in our own. land, "I consider that Mrs. Sommarville ia doing a good and useful work.by fear- lessly throwing light on. tbe actual conditions that and hope that she may ibe well received in every town that she visits." Rev. Dr. Nicol writes the above from the -Presbyterian -Manic at Swift rent, Sask. TONIGHT For The Last Time TONIGHT; AMERICAN Philadelphia 82 Boston 67 Washington Detroit 61 Chicago...................... 53 New Vorlt 56 St. Louis 55 Cleveland 30 m PEDEKAL. MACLEOD SECOND INNINGS I W. Mole, howled Pliillips.......... 18 H. Vernon, c. Lee, b. McClinton j Brooklvn T.-GHfespio, run i Iliansas City .4631 .462 .317 Massire Reels Great' Eeels Keystone Comedy in a Cabaret" F. W. B. George, c. Blsckjiurr.e, h. Phillips IS Mr. Pete. Murphy singing "Sunnjvbrook'Farm" Many Other Good Attractions .a H. NappeiY not- out R, G. Mathews, l.b.w.; B. Mc- T. Dann, bowlcjl, Mcllvena Cf. C. Lowis, not out................ Bves............................ 51 St. Louis Pittsburg 48 Total 109 A. D. Ferguson, G. L. Stevens, N7apper did not hat, innings, declared closed. LfeTHBIUDGE; SECONU INNINGS NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 86 5- Seattle" 85 Si 1 Spokane 78 fi( GO 8! Victoria 5fi 8i Hauptmann's famous novel in 6 reels, MONDAY NEXT Ballard 85 WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon 68 5 0 Mcllvena, bowled Danii 13 Dr. Simonds, bowled Dann W. Holt, c. Mole, b. Dann A. N. McClinion, not out A. Holt, c. Ferguson, b. Unnn F. Phillips, not out Byes Moose Jaw................... 63 Medicitic Hat 63 Kcgina 64 HMmonton 52 Calgary...................... 35 JACK Total................................. 80 A. Hasson, J. J. N. Lee, J. R. Palmer, A. J. Blackbiirnc, did not bat. CONNAUGHT CUP SERIES Toronto, Aug. AH arrangements now completed for the Cont -light cup finals which arc to be Maytd diirlnj the week commencini; pept, 7th at Winnipeg. Tho present imiiBemtnt, la .to dirtdc the Horiep Into two aectloai, east und west, tiacli MtctlM wilt play on iengns principles (he winners of the reapectfre will play off in one grand final. In' addition' to holding the, Cnn-nanght r-ip for one year the winning team i II receive .twelve solid gold medals the runners up will receive twelve sliver medalp. At present only the of the eastern section have been de.er-niincd. Tliesn are Quebec; 'arid' St. Paiii' New Ontario. .4V3 .318 MUNHOE TO FIOHT UNDER ENGLISH COLORS Jack Munroe, who gained consider- able fame in the pugilistic woi'ld by fighting such men as Jim Jeffries, Tom Sharkey and Peter Maher; has enlisted In the Princess Patricia Light Infantry, which left Ottawa, Out, yes- terday, to join, the English army. .Munroe "was knocked out fr. the sec- ond round of his championship fight with Jeffries, KB appeared in several ring engagements, following .his de- feat by Jeff. Following his retirement from the ring, Munroe accumulated a snug for- tune in the mining busings iu the Co- balt fields Empress Theatre Where You are Always Comfortable Pathe Masterpiece "A Militant Suffragette" In 5 parts. Showing at the Empren tomorrow, and running for 2 Tonight, for the last time Adventures of Kathlyn MRS MARY H soMERviLLE A.jid a Good Comedy. There will be no advance in price for this MONSTER PROGRAMME Tonight Only, 8.30 ind 9.30. _____ ;