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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1915 THE L'ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD- PAGE THREB BASEBALL [8, NATIONAL W. I'd. Philadelphia 07 51 .588 Brooklyn......... Ii7 57 Boston 05 .53-1 Chicago 51) 60 .4'Jli Pittsburp; 50 liii St. Louis fiil Kantlehener and Gibson; Cheney nnd McCarty. Bt. Philadelphia........... n 1 Doalc and Snyder; Kixcy anil Killi- for. Second game: Bt. Louis............... Philadelphia............. Ames and Gonza'ics; Demaree and Bart. Boslon............... Dale and Wingo; N'clif and Whal- ing. Second game: Cincinnati............. -J Boston................ :j Schneider and WlDgo; Hushes and fjovdy, AMERICAN SPORTS AT RAYMOND PROVE BIG SUCCESS tlalgary, Alia., AUK. wan imil iiuvij itoinu out with the plain statf-ini.'nt that thoy vt'i'il have Canadian this sou- son, as usual. Kvidentiy it, is Alberta's -turn to speak, and nothing uffi- ial can be Biven out thu annual Raymond, Aug. 31. E yesterday in connection with Kuvmoml fair and carnival were pronmmccd success, and Uie mantis- i v incut fed justly proud ol the set The various events were staged with despatch, no long, tiresome wails being experienced. took; the championship cup lor amateur baseball, defeating in a fast and exd! game the l.eth- hl-idBc M, the score being The teams were well and (he playing at limes was m the gilt-edge class. Ourril-was on the Slab for the Oarde.i City squadron ami twirled a winning game through- out. His receiver, Mercer, gave him I... excellent support, anil the worked charmingly. Hang was also m good form, and Williams, who went _. in the box in the lilh, also made an According lo an agreement between til'.: three Lethliridge men who comnuted in the mo- lor cycle race at Raymond yen- terdaV, the trophy given to K. .1., will be again competed for at this l-aiior Day sports in l.etlibridgc on Monday. The Raymond track wan not in good condition for a motor cycle ram. and it was agreed that the race run yes- terday should It" considered as only an exhibition race. meeting of the Albc which in to he held safe lo venture the A'iborla Rugby Font pioneer provincial nu: ern will be d the same ol'd stand t) not altogether likely In; any ".-Viberia niK son, for it will lie a Job to rustle two teai Hary or Edmonton, 1 almost certain, there ior rugby learns in Edmonton and the n They will nlny off t 61 60 L. Bl 51 511 57 5fl 07 67 79 .560 .541 .528 .538 .386 Chicago............... s Pittsburg.........., 14 Hendrix and Wilson; Alien and O'- Connor. Second game: Chicago............... j> J. Pltisburg.............. Brennan and Wilson; Comstock and Berry. Kewark............... and 'ii'ar'ioenV'Anderson end Blair. INTERNATIONAL 1 JMSW Bufl'alo............... 3 Jersey Sity 8 Toronto............. 3 Harrisburg 7 Toronto............. 0 Harrisburg 1 Rochester.......... -1 Providence 3 Rochester.......... 3 Providence AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas City 5, St. Paul 4. Milwaukee 2, Minneapolis -I. Columbus 0, Indianapolis -I, Cleveland 5, Louisville fr. Cleveland 0, Louisville 9. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 10, Tacoina I. Spokaiio 0, Seattle '1. VCHICK EVANS IN GOLF TOURNEY Detroit, Aug. 31. One of the strongest western contenders for the amateur sol! championship be eliminated in the round of match play at the country club to- day. The drawings which followed the competition of yesterday's 36-holc qualification test picked Charles Ev- ans, jr., of Chicago, to oppose E. Sawyer, ot Wheaton, III. Of the 16 matches to be played, none can com- pare in interest or importance with the clash between the two noted nrans. Other pairings include George S. I .yon, of Toronto, who qualified yesterday with a card of IC-i, against J N. Stcars, of WAliuuisport, Pa., ,who made 168. Arctic wea'ther prevailed yesterday, especially during the forenoon round. Dozens unusually scores were turned in. Robert" A. Gardiner, of Chicago, had the best mark, 7li for the first 18 holes. He shot a 78 in I ;the atlwnoon. Favored by a smiling sun ami a tight hut steady bicczc the regatta at Hcnii'-Tsun Lake yesterday after- noon was onn of the nia-s' successful that has ever hecu staged by the Lethbriclgc Aquatic association. The contestants themselves had "a of a time" in more than one sense of the as the hiceze had ;i tricky habit that resulted in many a spill; and judging irom the shrieks oi laughter ;iml rounds of jipplause from the' enthusiastic crowd uf spectators, they certainly enjoyed themselves. The events'.were well chosen and well entered for. The canoe events were 'without exception hotly con- tested and in no case did the winner obtain a walkaway, the whole field arriving practically together instead of siraggling "out for half the length of the course as has been the usual thing at previous regattas. This is significant, for it means that new aquatic talent is being developed which is .giving the old hands at the game a very close run for their mon- ey. As a pirooi of this, the- Rowman Cup, whicli goes to the highest man in the canoa events each year, won this year by Krnie Rntler, who was never a dangerous rival of pre- vious champions. Out of nine canoe events Ernie wen six: first; places and one second, a remarkable achieve- ment. The diving events took place from tlv.1 new diving pier in front oi the clubhouse. This, branch oi aquatics lias been neglected in the past, chief- ly owing to there being no fainlitius, but from yesterday's results the club has some most promising diving tal- ent. The '-Vinr-ers The following is the list of win- ners, the names being in order Single Canoe Butler, T. C. Ridpath. Long Donaldson, 31. Robison, Geo. McKillop. Canoe Butler, Capt., W. .At. Frame, P. Ingram, C. Sherlock; T. C., Ridpath, Capt., R. A. Smith, R. Barrowman, Geo. Dixon. Bun Eating Cameron, Jimmie Crugan. Everybody hot some of the buns, though. Fancy Diving H. D. Donaldson. (He also broke the spring Gunwale Hutler, C. Sher- lock, T. C. Ridpalh. Crab Canoe Butler and A. Clark. Duck Dodd. Tilting T. C. It.tdpath and R. Crawionl Frame and C. .Sher- lock R. Harrownian and R. A. Tail-End Canoe Haee-Wade Itid- path, C. Sherlock. Men's Tandem E- Butler and A. Clark 1'. C. Ridpath and R. Harrowman; Win. Frame and C, Sherlock. Mixrd .Tandem Canoe E. Butler and .Miss A. Hawden C. Sherlock anil Miss L. Bawdon, T. C. Uidpath and Miss Jones. War Canoe Chief Rid- path and tribe1; Hig Chief Barrow- man 'and tribe. After the canue and diving events had been concluded, sails were un- furled and Icaboards set up and the lirst sailing races held by the Aqua- tic Club, run according -to the classi- fied system, took place. The different canoes were measured and the sail areas taken and canos put in its own class. The contest is then be- tween the canoes of each class, and are consequently very interesting. Yesterday the different classes all sailed three laps on a three-leg course. The breeze which was quite fresh in the early of the after- noon, died down and several ot the sailors found themselves becalmed and paddled in. Some of them may not he in yet. The only 'sailors who finished the long course were R. A. Smith in the Arethusa (Class and Roht. 13ar- rpwman in the Thistle (Class None of Class C finished. The Thistle finished a good leg ahead of the Arethusa. HOME-RUN BAKER WILL JOIN FEDERAL LEAGUE York, N.Y.. Any. Run Balicr will sign a control with 1 tho Newark nefore the mid- dle of Uie week, some un'look- ed-for hitch occurs. Baker will sign for three years, and will gel a yearly .salary o[ Federals put i Baker in the game immediately he signs his Newark contract, nnd take n chance on the iron-bound document h-iU by Connie -Mack. CATCHER IS KILLED Peoria, 111., Aug. catcher for the Portsraan semi-profes- sional team, died of inuries received in a game vesterday. ca.ught n double-header for bis team yester- day. Three men slid into him at the plate and in the middle of the sec- jomi game he retired, complaining of an inury in the chest. No one thought 'it serious, and no physician was called. BALDWIN BEAT ARENSON Kansas City, Mo.. Aug. Baldwin of Des Moines knocked out I Charles Arenson of Kansas City in the ninth round of a scheduled 10- tonight. Areuson was floored in tbe seventh and the bell saved .him. The men are feather- weights. FULTON BEAT PELKEY Ea.u Claire, Wis., Aug. Fulton of Rochester. Minn., was aw- arded a newspaper decision over Ar- thur Pelkey, in a ten-round bout here last night. Pelkey. was floored four times in the fourth round, twice 'for the count of nine. JOHNNY DUNDEE WON Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. Dundee, New York lightweight, had better of his fight here night with Ritchie Mitchell' of .Milwaukee; according to experts at the rings'ds. He floored Mitchell. Cranhrook, B.C.. Aug. fhe strains of music furnished by mem- bers of their own baud, 32 Italians left Cranbrook Sunday afternoon for New York, where they will embark for their native land to enter the gi- gantic struggle now being waged in Europe, and assist to wrestle victory from the barbaric Hun. Hundreds of people filed along Baker street Sun- day afternoon long before train time to have a 'vantage point from which lo hove a last view of the men about to leave the city. It was an inspiring sight to the many- Cranbrook citizens to witness the long line of men pass down the street, with the tho.ught that some three hundred men have already Jeft this little city to fight in the cause of freedom. At the station the men sang their native battle songs. As the train pulled out there was many a .moist eye among the Italian residents, who, perhaps, were gazing for the last time on friends. About September 6 another quota of men will leave. The Concluding Features ot the RAYMOND FAIR AND CARNIVAL Will Take Place TO-MORROW, SEPT. 2nd FINALS OF THE RACE MEET GOOD RIDING AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS Don't be! AH you need is a wax-wrapped packet of that sooth- ing, cooling Life THE PERFECT GUM takes on a rosier line when-you have Wrigley's to comfort you. It keeps the teeth clean and bright, It prods a lagging appetite. It puts a poor diges- tion right. Carry it with you. IA Li1 r- '.i -Z. tW.wA, if Chew it after every meal CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE lent means, conspire together and., w'ith Thomas Kelly, R. M. Simp- son, Victor W. Norwood and oth- ers to this informant unknown, to defraud the province of Manito- Big Bail Demanded Winnipeg, Man., Aug. expected to the report of the Mathers Commission on the1 parliament buildings scandal oc- curred this afternoon, when four ministers of t'te late government: Sir Rodmond FJoblin, premier; Dr. W. H. Montague, minister of pub- lic works; James Howden, attor- ney-general, and George R. Coldwetl, minister of education, submitted themselves to the au- thorities at the police station. They were released on bail each, being personal security. For Sir Rodmond, Aime Bernard, present leader of the Conservative party in the legis- lature, and D. E. Sprague, ex- chief license commissioner., were bondsmen for the other for Dr. Montague, W.. H, Cross and J. W. Montague; for Mr. Howden, George Hamilton of Neepawa and Stephen B. Stone- house, and for Mr. ColdvveM, Alex. Reid and Andrew Simpson. The ex-ministers will appear in the city police court tomorrow morning to answer the charge or conspiracy to defraud the public. They wilt then be remanded, and an early date will be set for the preliminary hearinn. More charg-., es may and very likely will be laid, according to R. A; Bonnar, K.C., who is.acting for the. pros- ecution. Warrants had been issued for the arrest of the, but came forward voluntarily they were not served. Taber Has Sent 50 Men to Front Taber, Aug. oi men at the front or in active service regiments totals 50. Tiic num- ber lias recently been ny the enlistment ci several members anil ionnci mVmiiei.s of '-lie Hank of Com- merce staff here. Thus far only one Taber man, Joe Mangun, has lost his life in action. None of the others have so tar as learned, been. wound- ed. MARQUARD GOES TO SUPERBAS New York. N.Y., Aug. a fresh consideration of-S2500 paid to the league e'iub, .Manager Kobinson of the Brooklyn, team obtained' tlie services of Pitch- er Rube Marquard, today. The deal was consummated at noon in the of- fices of the Kew York club. It is said the Brooklyn club assumes the re- sponsibility of the salary and con- tract which the player had with New York. The contract, according to Sec. rotary Foster, is binding until the close of next year's playing season, Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVOS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Prices in Bicycle and Goods Cannot Bi Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE D. MacDonald Phono 1032 5th Strut Raymond Man Hasi Joined Avlaf'ors SIWAL CAPSULES M1DY f the BLADDER, reUavcdin 24 HOURS Each aule bears tfieftUJDYj Raymond, Aug. Cro.we, the popular, teller of .the Bank of-Mont- real here, can no longer, rema.ih at home when the call to his country's service is daily ringmg. -in his. .ears. This week he received Ottawa all.olhcers papers 'enabling him to enter the.. Canadian Aviation and lie .will'leave Raymond .-tot. the cast some time between the 8th 15th of September. After training in Toronto for some time he will go to Ottawa, there to he given a commission, GEORGE BACK IN FORM George Davis, strong man, etc., of the Braves, has not been pitching up to form because of a In his right leg. The trouble has dis- appeared, and George will work; Ib turn hereafter." ________ For Men, Women and Children Any kind of Shoes BLACK, WH1TB, TAH 2 in. 1 gives tlio "Shine of ;