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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, SEPTKMB15R 1, 1010 THE LETHBRIDOF, DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Keen Contests Witnessed In The Raymond Stampede (From Own Cor respond; til) Raymond, Sept. Tho Raymond Stampede wan concluded hist night, and must bo rated ti splendid from cvury viewpoint. grand finals were d being witnessed by ing easily fifteen hundred. Tin first money. The fivn-dtfhths mllo dnsh was a good nice, six horses starting. Lilly NATIONAL Brooklyn 44 ir, 48 .iS us us 73 unn look the lcii'1. b lather U horapa Lilly KiirgitHon is (.ho Loss Lund a Mceks horso. ivero evon bolter than the day previ- ous, and included ?i branding bntwocn tlio gangs of tins K; gar company, of Raymond, ami Hyssop s due for the of the stiim Rcjllo Kinscy won iiie applause of the crowd. There was some splendid rldinn evidence yesterday, three riders beins thrown. Tom Three Persons certainly redeemed himself. He rodo with rare and science, and mastered every ani- mal the management in the cluiite for him. It was certainly Tom's day, and he won the big purse for saddle riding and second lor bareback riding. Kay Knight, Jr., again did como fine work in the saddle. Ho successfully mastered one of ihe worst horses seen In the whole stampede. It was expect- ed any minute that ho would part com- pany with tho bronk, but the "chip of the old block" rode the horse till it was glad to run into the corral. There was no roping, this class hav- ing been abolished at the conclusion of the first There were some vic- ious steers ridden as well as horses, tho animals being turned loose in quick succession. The Hyssop boys and the Whttney-fl and MacGregor, from the Mackie ranch, all did bril- liant work. The wild horses for yes- terday's events were supplied by Hys- sop. The racing events were exception- ally good. There were some heavy entries and the finishes were close and thrilling. In the harness event the positions of the horses were the same as Wednesday, Stewart taking pcde. .As a malinger ho cannot lie ox- colled, llu kept things moving both St. Won On Errors Aug. by days. With him was associate! j rhii-ago romp very good cattlemen, who gave bin effective support. Credit is also due Hyssop brothers for bringing in the horses, "guaranteed lo buck." There IK no sailing under false colors Hyssop's hunch of mean stuff. cd over ilie locals 8 to 1 today in one of the poorest exhibitions ever seen i the local diamond. Below is given ners: a full list of win with i St. Louis.............. 1 1'ackard and Archer; Meadows Uonzales. Saddle Riding 1st, Tom Three Persons; 2ml Frank Lee. Bareback Riding 1st, D. Whitney; 2nd, Tom Three Persons. Branding 1st, Knight Sugar Co.; 2nd, Bros. Relay Race Arb Heap, Raymond; 2nd, -Bob OrgiH. Three-Eighths Mile Dash 1st C Kfnsey; Snfi.'D. H.' Kinsey: Half Mile 1st and 2nd, Lund. Half Mile 1st, Lund; 2nd, Meeks. Novelty Race 1st Lund; 2nd, Chas. Kinsey. Handicap 1st, Osborne; 2nd, Meeks. .524 Boston Detroit St. Louis New York Chicago Cleveland Washington Philadelphia -Senators Again Washington, Aug. made it three out of four from land by winning today 5 to 8. The locals drove Lambeth from the box in the seventh inning. Cleveland.......... Washington Program of Sports for Labor Day 1. Two Mile Bicycle Race: 1st Prize, Silver Medal; 2nd Prize, Bronze 2. 100 Yards Dash, Open; 1st Goods, value 2nd, value 55.00; 3rd, yards, Open: 1st, Goods, value 510.00; 2nd, goods, value Mieat. Prizes 525.00, S15.00 and 510.00. 5. 440 Yards, Open: 1st, goods, value 510.00; 2nd goods, value 5o.OO; 3rd, goods value 53.50. n 6 Green Horse Races 1st Heat: Prizes 515.00, J10.00 and 50-00. Nail Driving Competition for Ladles: 1st, goods, value 55.00; 2nd, goods, "V 50 'Yards Married Women's Race: 1st goods, value 55.00; 2nd, goods, value 53.00; 3rd, goods value 52.00. 8. Horse Race, Free-for-All: 2nd Heat. Baby Show, 1 year and under: 1st, pass to Empress Theatre, value 510.00; 2nd, Race. lst_ Dass jo starland Theatre, value 510.00; 2nd, goods, value 55.00: 3rd goods value ?1.50. 10. Green Horse Race: 2nd Meat. First Aid Competition. Open to 5 man teams: 1st Prize (Note prize given unless two teams compete.) Individual Man Work: 1st, goods, value 510.00; 2nd, goods, value 3rd, Butchers' and Employees' Race: 1st, goods, value 2nd, goods, value 3rd, 55.00. 12. Horse Race, Free-for-All: 3rd Heat. 13 Ladies' Hitching Contest: Hitch up horse and half mile. 1st, goods, value 35 00- 'nd, goods, value 55.00; 3rd, goods, value 53.00. CHILDREN'S RACE_S BO" to 16 years; 1st, goods, value 55.00; 2nd, goods. of al, ages In front of grandstand. uniform: 1st, goods, value 510.00; 2nd, ilB.00.nd .10.00. 17 Horse Race Half Mile: 1st Heat. Prizes, and 510.00. ia 100 Yards bash, Open to Union Men: 1st, value 510.00, 2nd, value 3rd, value 52.50. iq Horse Race, Half Mile: 2nd Heat. 20! man teams: 1st prize, valued 525.00; 2nd prize, valued 50 Yards Committeo Men's Race: 1st, goods, value 55.00; 2nd, goods, instruments: Prize, value Xcill. Coleman; Gharrity. Music during the afternoon by the Kilties' and Miners' Bands. BIG roiling wild cattle, cowboy races, etc. ami No other games scheduled. AMERICAN >ig Crowds Are Pouring In To See Big Fight Colorado Springs, AUK. 31. Cham- pion Freddie. Walsh has reached the 137-pound notch as a result of building-up program lust week and is now on L-xactly with Charley White Lambeth, Morton. Grmld and O'- Ayres and Henry, White Sox Win Philadelphia, Aug. hit the deliveries of Hush and Nabors hard and easily won today's game 7 to 1. Weaver was put out of the game by Umpire Chill tor disputing a decision. Chicago.............. 7 12 0 Philadelphia........... 1 4 L Benz and Schalk; Bush, Nabors and Picinich. Three For St. Louis Boston. Aug. Louis made it three out ot four from the Red Sox by winning today's game 3 to 1. the Browns ware able to hit in the pinches anil were helped to one run through an error by MnNally, who is substitut- ing for Captain Barry. St. Louis............. 2 Boston.............. l Koob and Severoid; Ruth and Cady. Tigers Win New York, Aug. made it throe out of four games from New York by winning today's game 7 to 3. The visitors got an early lead through Russell's v.'ildness. Detroit 7 s New York............' 3 9.1 Mitchell antl McKee; Russell, Love, Mogridge and Walters. INTERNATIONAL Richmond 3. Montreal 2. Newark 1, Toronto Providence 2. Buffalo 4. Baltimore 3, Rochester 1. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 1, Toledo 4. Second Columbus 5. Toledo 5. Milwaukee a, St. Paul 3. Kansas City 5, Minneapolis C. Second j Kansas City 3, Minneapolis 7. Milwaukee 6, St. Paul 2. Indianapolis 1, Louisville 3. weight terms >f Chicago, his opponent in the 20-romnl title bout here Labor day. according lo an an- nouncement by Dr. Lennox, fight club physician, after weighing both men. Training efforts ol both champion and challenger from now on until the; outer the ring will directed.toward keeping on edge. Neither expects to have any trouble making the stipulat- ed weight of 135 pounds on the morn- ing of Labor day. Hard To Get Training Partners White's reputation as a knockout puncher has caused the local contin- gent of boxers to fight shy of his training camp and tlin Windy City lad is Hhort of partners -.viiiing to mi.-; it with him. At that. White is consider- ate of them, but ho hurts a lot, with- out meaning to. Both Welsh and While tackled their work today at the Temple theater gym with the same vim they have shown right along. Welsh will stage a special matinee at tho Antlers hotel for the women fi'iis of the city, who are great- ly interested In the coming battle. A special block of 450 seats has been re- served in the big stadium for the wo- men. None but women, or men es- corting women will be allowed in this section. Welsh Rules Slight Favorite The champion1 still rules a slight fav orito in the betting, but the. big is beginning to appear and this may the odds. XaL Goodwin has wired a commission of to be placed on White's chances. Hereto- 'ore Nat has placed his money on Welsh, but he is switching this time, much to the surprise of the champion and his friends. Goodwin wires thai IB will be at the ringside to witness the bout. Another prominent spectator will be Charles Cochran, who promoted the Welsh-Ritchie bout in London two years Welsh won the cham- -riouship. Expect Huge Crowd Starting to promote the match sim- ply for the purpose Of putting Colorado Springs on the map, the Hundred Mil- lion Dollar .club: has tumbled into a jonanza. The Jeffries-Johnson histor- cal scrap at Reno, and the recent Wil- lard-Moran go at Madison Square Oar- den, the first playing lo and the second to more than will be the only gate receipts to top the amount of cash that is going to push ts -way into of the Springs club on Labor day. The promoters say the bout will be staged strike or no strike. BIG CROWDS COMING. Colorado Springs, Col., Aug. Trains today hroiight the vanguard of the army Which is expected to see the 20-round championship contest between Champion Freddie Welsh and Charlie White on Holiday, Sept. 4th. It is expected that the arena will be completed tonight. It is lo- cated under the shadow of Pike's Peak is no mere figure of speech, for when Referee William Roche renders his decision Monday afternoon the setting sun will cast the shadow of the great mountain fighters and spectators. PLENTY OF Many parties left yesterday after- noon for the lakes in the vicinity of Cardston, Coaldale and Chin. Bight mile lake, to Iho north o[ the city, is also a favorite spot, but owing to the high water, it is difficult to get around. The best size shot to use for the early part of the season is No ti or 7, and amateur duck hunters will do well lo, stay to the small size. The ducks are not fully feathered out IQUCO in in-; I yet and consequently small shot, will tvere very forcibly reminded that the j Wrlls. aml having a duck season was again open, goes number of shot per shell, the without saying. In the early misty. .hming grcater. hrturs of thus morning, one _ponW have, ceen report- ed, and''no-doubt, many a Sunday din-j ner table will be decorated with nice j fat mallards. --CLOSE VOTE IN YUKON Augl In the vicinity of Lethbridgc, tars o v have seen at nearly any one of the lakes, shadowy forms, stealthily ap- froachir.g the shores, each his "pit" or shelter of some kind. As soon .as the daylight began to break in the Horizon, the stillness uiukou 'uy the first gun. In a few minutes, there was an uproar that sounded as if tho bombardment of Verdun was going on. livery hunter 'that was fortunate enough to own an auto, or could got a ride, was out after tho and Judging from the sounds from tho vicinity of the lakes, there must have been a" good number of them NORTHWESTERN 'Great Falls Butte 12. Tacoma 6, Seattle 0. Vancouver 3, Spokane 7. PACIFIC COAST Salt Lake 11, San Francisco 3.' Oakland I, Vornon 2. Los Angeles 5, Portland 4. NORTHERN Dulnlh 0, Winnipeg 4. Superior i, Fargo 2. information BO f: far obtainable is sep- arate occasions, besides addressing a publiJ! meeting in ihe evening. All Lggrcssiveness ana are uusny worn- these meetings were greatly appre- ing for a chicken supper and sale of elated by the members of the court., work to be held thanksgiving week. Much business of importance was -We have received a letter from In- transacted during the last two days. JneS, ilOWeVel, UH UCIU6 I'll! 1.11U.JVU j i :ind these will relieve the situation. anu- everywhere people arc satisfied Messrs. McLennan and Clark are pur- v.ith the results. chasing a steam outfit, Jack Hayden E. C. Cranstoun, who comes from and J. Fritz will buy a gasoline outfit Hartlepool, England, has received a and Bob Wylie will get a new machine, letter describing the recent air raid rti.iii. tli-it iliuli-icf mntflfr savs Words of Encouragement to Childless Women. over that district. His. mother says that the Zeppelins 'undoubtedly tried to get the munitions factory but were unable to find their mark andftheir 'bombs dropped wide. Some time ago an air raid in the same district re- suited in a serious loss of life but re- cuiitly the Germans have teen less successful. j GUS Biswold, who is in charge of the j Alberta Pacific Elevator expects to has accepted a position t Merld's store. Total E. H. Hardy, formerly a C. P. lirakeman at1 Hat, died at Southern North Carolina. Motherhood is woman's natural desti- ny, hut many women are denied the happiness of children simply because of some curable derangement. Among the many triumphs of Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegetable Compound is its marvelous power to overcome such j derangements, as evidenced by the fol- j lowing j Worcester, suffered from female ills, was advised to have an operation, but a friend who had PHOTY MEETS (Special to the Herald} Pincher Creek, Aug. Pros- of Macleod met in the. Pres- iiB'in'lf "Vegetable j byterian church, Pincher Creek, Tues. Compound and who j day and Wednesday of this week. has six children, told me to try it It has helped me so much that I am now we'll and have a baby boy who is the picture of health, and I thank theVegetable Compound for my restoration, tohealth." Excellent reports were received, al- most nil of the fields served by stu- dent missionaries ilufing the summer. The members of the Presbytery were exceedingly gratified with tho worK done on those fields and planned as i'ar as possible for the continuance of such work and the breaking of grounil in new fields. Arrangements were made "for the Arrangements were iimuu iui me -Mrs. BERT GARVEV, .20 Hacker bt, I nf Mr. calbraitli of Coat "hurst, also to enable Mi Mirali of Nobieford, to prosecute his studies at Edmonton during the next year. Worcester, Mass. In many other homes, once childless, there are now children because of the fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound makes women normal, healthy and strong. Write to tlic B. Pinkbam Medicine Co., tynn, Mass., for others in the mattei owmi wUI be confidential. White's insistence that his Rev: .John White of Macleod, hav- ing tabled his resignation of the pas torate of that congregation the Frcs byterv after hearing Mr. White and ng to Mr ,s resigna- Giielilh Junction railway municin- aily-owned will earn more than, the estimates for tlie year. BACKACHE, ITOBAGO AND 1 EKEUKATIC SMOOTHS, Bear .3fr. Edifor-I wish to state thai I suffered greatly from backache, lum- bago and rheumatic troubles. I used the latest discovery of Doctor Pierce for backache and kidney troubles, 1 can cheerfully recommend tha "Arniric Tablets" to anyone suffering from any of these maladies. "Yours truly, J. F. NOTE- B is nov.- asserted with con- fidonce that these painful effects due to uric acid in ihe system are entirely eradi- cated. A new r.medy, called has been discovered by Dr. Pierce, and_ia the cause of drainage- outward oi tuo uric acid with which it comes in contact within the' body. It will, ward off back- ache, headache, and the darting pains and aches of articular or muscular rheuma- tism-of those diseases which are caused by too much urlo acid, such as gout, asthma, sciatica, renal calculus -Au- uric" prolongs life because oU peoplo usu- ally suffer from hardening and thickening of the walls of tho arteries, quo to the excess of uric, acid in the blood and Br Pierce, who is director and chief physician at the. Invalids' Howl and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. has been testing this wonderful medicine lor the relict Of over-worked and weakened kidneys. Tho relief obtained ny sufferers has been so satisfactory that he deter- mined to place "Amiric" with the prin- cipal druggists In town where could got -this rcady-to-uso medicine. "Anuric" is not harmful or polsonons, but aids nature in throwing oa. thosa poison- within tho body which cause so Sich suffering, pain and. misery Scim- thh remw remedy Is 81 times tists assert wii1, ruuivuj 10 powin, than lithia. Send 10 cents for Iiuge trial package __ building up repntntion "AnUrlC 18 UUIiumH up good K, Dr Pierce's othor well medicines which have wtt- tble during nearly fifty years, snch tt Doctor Piorce's Favorite i for the Ills of women, Doctor Pleasant Pellets, the liver and Doctor Plercs'a, Dlwverv for red ;