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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 191-1 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD1 PAGE THREE PLENTY OF DUCKS LAKES FULL OF THEM 'Cardston, Sept. is the place to huiit ducks. Many parties left town early this morning to take advantage of tire lirst day of the open season, and not one has as -returned without a goodly showing nf the much-hunted birds. They re-port that the. lakes are. literally covered them. It mat- -ic'rs'not where you north, vi'csl or will lind them by the thousands. Perhaps the largest hag brought in ft hus far, in comparison with the SINCE ADVENT OF FEDS (By Hugh S. Fullerton) What effect has tho Federal 'league had on baseball? I do not mean on the financial or business part of the same, but upon the playing and the players. I skirmished around all last week asking managers, club owners and' some players that question. found them practically unanimous IDEAL CAMPING GROUNDS NATIONAL. New York 03 50 Huston 51 St. l.oitis 6-1 57 UhiL'iigo fi.'l 57 Philadelphia ,13 fil Drooklyn ft.'i (i2 Cincinnati 51 fil I'Utsburg S3 lift Saturday was wind-up day for the camp at where between 30 and 10 boys and seniors jiliave been disporting themselves lor the past 10 days or more. The change of site from Sentinel to Water ton was highly appreciated, since Ilic Waterton Lakes are fast be comini; one of the moat popular summering places in the province. The natural scenic beauty is unsur- passed tven by Banff, while the op- NATIONAL, Chicago 8, Ciiicirtnati V. Louis, rain. Only games today. AMERICAN St. Louis 6, I3oston 7. St. Louis 2, Boston 3. (2nd g Detroit 3, New York 2. Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 1C. Chicago 5, Washington I. AMERICAN 1'Iiiladolnliia 82 U Boston -If) Washington lil 57 (Detroit (il I Chicago HO fi3 York flii [IG i SI. Louis 55 C6 Cleveland 39 84 .5531 .520 .525 .465 .461 ..158 .452 .683 .fl85 .517 .504 .'188 i in declaring that the coming of the for fishing and mountain climbing are all that could he de- 1imi! spent, was t bat of Messrs. j Feds has reduced the quality of the j Thorpe and Spencer Cahoon. Only, a half day was spent among the lakes 1b the oast, yet their string which It hey brought, in numbered exactly fifty-three. Alter the first shot by Thorpe nto a Hock a-l rest upon a lako, fourteen lay This will give'one an idea of the numbers to be seen..-......-> Duck hunting this year is good, but reports say (hat chicken hunting will he hotter. MoLOUGHLIN EXPECTED TO REPEAT IN ALL-COMERS' I LAWN TENNIS TOURNEY Newport, ILL, Sept. re- peated Itself on the Casino courts to- day, when Maurice B. McLoughlln of Ban FYancIsco and R. NTorrls Williams 31. of Philadelphia, won their places In tho finals of the all-comers' tourna- ment for the no-tional singles lawn ten- nis championship. The seml-fimtfs were played- before the largest'crowd ever seen at the Casino. The betting tonight was -1 to I thnt McLoughlin would capture the title tomorrow for the third time. The. odds were somewhat shorter on Wil- liams''ability to tafce a set from the champion, as he did ia the finals last won. his place in the finals by defeating1 the former Cham- pion. William J. Clothier of-PJiiladel- phla In straight sets [Williams came through with a similar tictqry over Blia Fottrell of San Francisco, The replay match for the Scott cup between the Dailies and the -Nozth kethbrirtge United is scheduled to take-place tomorrow evening at Uhe ball park at 6.15 .o'clock sharp. An excellent game of high class baseball being by ;U least 20 per cent.; that it has made the play- ers listless and inclined to loaf on their jobs; thnt it lias made many of the players and that it lias rendered more difficult for mana- gers "to maintain discipline and keep their teams hard at work. Players Independent Now "It's.the toughest thing I ever went declared one peeved mana- ger. "I was a ball player myself, 1 know their troubles and I always have tried to Hi? nlaynr's end of all arguments. But this season has been the limit. They loaf, and if they are called they give you the laugh ami mention the Feds. If they want to go joy riding they go, and the threat of a fine cither makes them get fresh and threaten to jump, or makes them loaf. "The worst feature, however, has been that they lay off twice as often as they used to do. A spike cut that they used ,to tie up and forget, is worth ii 'week -now, and if they don't feel just right they report sick, and drop out. just when the team needs them most. I have talked with a lot of managers, and their experience .is jibout the SJJTIIQ as mine hus Athletes "Lay Down" on Owners His talk set me T got out Uie records of the last three years, and looked up'the number of games the regular players have been in. The manager was right about it. The play ers have been laying off in other years.. Scarcely a man in the three leagues lias been in every game. Roughly figured, It appears to me that only two teams could have had their regular line-'ups in the field in GO per cent, of their games. Twelve American leaguers have been in 100 or more games. Wilson of St. Louis was the only National leaguer played in 100 games up-to August 6, and only three Fed leaguers had been in 100 gam PS A study of the figures of the stars A party ot five with Guide Robert- son, took a two days' trip to Wall Lake, H. C., where 'the. fishing is un- rivalled. The route, which was trav- elled with horses, led through the re- mains of Oil City, one oi the first oil camps in the province, where the oil can he seen oozing out of the INTERNATIONAL Haiti more-Toronto, rain. -Jersey City 0, Rochester 2. Jersey City 1, Kochcstcr 2. (Sec- ond Providence 1, Montreal 0. Newark-Buffalo, ruin. FEDERAL Kansas City-Si. Louis, rain. Brooklyn-Buffalo, rain. Indianapolis 4, Chicago 0. Baltimore 1, Pittsburg 2. AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 2, Cleveland 0. Milltaukee 2, Louisville 11. St. Paul 3, Columbus 1-1. St. Paul 5, Columbus 6. (Second Kansas City 3, Indianapolis I. FEDERAL Indianapolis (17 52 j Chicago fifi 53 Haltfmort! fil 54 1 Brooklyn 38 5i; i Huffaln' 57 57 I Kansas City, iili B3 j timing jour opponent Miat is to lea anticipate his blow oy catihmg him in his prepara ion and at. one. and the same -time frustrate and punish his intended impact. When your opponent leads with left, step frrnaid. and duck to the right at the same inst-ant thus nib ulo fo pass over your left shoulder, and on his face wi.th left This is called a straight left counter. When your opponent leads at; your head with his right ihand carried -high in anticipation of your counter at his head, duck low to your right in order "to allow his left to pass over, your and counter straight- at his unprotected bodv The left thr straight is a most efieotitc weapon when "nulling1' or fighting the retreat. To do this you "must? get your opponent to come after you, and this can be K 0 BROWN TO MEET GIBBONS Chicago Middleweight Gsts Another Chance at Cleyer Mike Greek Knockout Brown of 'Chicago gets another chance p.gainst Mike Gib- bons when he meets the St. Paul phan- tom in a 10-round scrap at--Battle Creek Labor Daj Brown upset a few buckets of dope at Boston in the spring when he kick- ed Dob itoha all. over the ring for 12 rounds. That brought him a match in i GEO. JOHNON MAY PLAY WITH. do not know where Boston is go- ing to finish. But I can promise my team will light to the end, and when I hs grind is over, 'the Giants for one, will know they have'been through a battle. You're Not Too Late to tnkc. your Vacation il' you go to (Southern Alliert.Vs Ifiimoiis .Summer Kosbrt, with 18 miles oi water for launches ami rowboats. Waterton Lakes Is tho place that assures you a good holiday. BEST TROUT FISHING IN THE MOUNTAINS ACCOMMODATION AT THE NEW LAKE HOTEL Rates: and per day Stage !eavea King Edward Hotel at Pinched Creak, __ Cards ton, Sept. witness- ed the getting under way of perhaps the best Fair Cardsfon has ever seen, considering existing conditions. It is far more successful than was over hoped for by either-officers or j i farmers, _v The exhibit, hall is virtually packed to the utmost with excellent exhib- its in farm produce, floral articles, ladies' work, fine arts, children's work, domestic and culinary works. The stables and stalls aro filled ,to overflowing with some of the best, horseflesh and cattle ever on exhibit here. So many more entries were received than were expected, that nastily improvised stalls were used outside. The pens gave a good show- ing of pigs and sheep, but not a large a number as in former years. Excellent competition was shown, in nearly all classes. Especially de- Take it to MAC Ho knows whut'a wrong Tvlth YOUR GUN, Fifteen years' ex-- perlence with the Leading 'Gun manufacturers of Euroyd and America, giyen prompt Attention, 0, E, GUNSMITH. Fifth.'Street South, Phons 1032. P. O. Box 346. "MILLION-DOLLAR This Famous Picture Will be the traction at FEDERALS Sept. H Indian pitcher, who Chicago, 111. Johnson, the jumped from the Cincinnati Nationals to the Kansas City Federals, won a court victory, when .Judge Dever is- sued a temporary -injunction restrain- ing the former club from the further prosecution of an injunction suit now pending against Johnson in the Court- of Common. Pleas, Allegheny County, Pa., pending tiie settlement of a. cross bill filed here by the ball player. NORTHWESTERN WILL CURTAIL ITS SEASON Vancouver, B.C., .Sept.- di- of the Northwestern league the same ciU against Gibbons decided to curtail the season bv u as to t> been expected.Mike jabbed Itwo eehSl The commission slanted the league permission to close on September 13, Instead of Sep tember 27, as onginallv scheduled Un and tapped his' to a i Aictoiy over Tommy Walsh's fighting Greek. But 'Brown made it a good battle and the scrap at Benton Harbor should be an interesting one, even- if Gibbons does figure to outbox the "knock-'em- dead" fe-Iow The old timers used .that a counter hit Has 'a lilt and a half This can be understood, as when' a opponent leads at jou and >ou duck or parrj his lead, }our straight left counter catches him as he is coming forward, and gams force by tliedou- WAS GREATEST TENNIS MATCH Clash Wat "La.t Word" Tennis matches..may come'and LOUIS BUYS BUCKLES Tbe St. Louis Cardinals, according to thg Victoria Times, have purchased Medicine Hat's iron man, Lefty Buck- les. St. Louis c'iosed the deal last week, but the price is nqt made pub- lic. Owner Kingpian, -of the Victoria Bees, will put In drafts for a brace of outfielders and a young catcher from the Western Canada league. A guess at the three men brings forth the names of Walters, Williams and Povey. A Lame Excuse said the student, "I want to talk to you about, changing my course of study." 'Talk to your mother, directed ;he father, who -'was reading the sport- ins cape. said .the son, "I made mistake when I elected chemistry; But it is not too late to change even yet. I want to take The mother searched the eyes of her son sharply. Then she said: usual business conditions brought ab j Nope You'll have to up out the European arc the rea sous gnen for the moie some bettei excuse for staying out at nisht' serving of mention are the i91'i colts and the single drivers. In both these classes competition was so keen that the judge was hard put to it to nr- rivc at a decision. Perhaps a dozen fine young lusty colts were pub into the circle and one might be led to remark that whatever crops had fail- ed this one certainly- had not. The judge demanded that the driv- ers he put through their faces around the race track before a decision be jivon so difficult, was it to decide intween' the half dozen entries in thi: ilass. The racing program was a good one, and some excellent races wen seen this afternoon after 3 o'clock Perhaps the best horse on the track was the grey, owned by J. Leavitt of Leavitt. A large number ot strange lorses were to be seen while the Blood ihdians had a string oi speedy s which would do credit to any racing stable. The races between the redskins were perhaps the most inter- esting oi the day. The lair grounds present a busy ant active scene. Hundreds of people aro there, while Hhe usual crowd "shark" stands and "skin games" are present to fleece the innocents ol "their hard-earned "mazuma." Tomorrow will be the big day of the fair. Races, roping and broncho busting will be .features, while sev- eral matched races with fairly large stakes will furnish considerable ex- citement. Dr. Morse's :n4ian Root Pills are made according to a formula in use nearly a century ago among the Indians, aod learned from them by Dr. Morse. Though repeated at- tempts have been made, by physi- cians and chemists, it has been found impossible to improve (be formula or the pills. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pillsareahousehold remedy through- out world for Conttipatioa and all Kidney and Liver troubles. They act promptly and effectively, gad Cleanse the System Ton have seen ther first four fsodes of this thrilling adventure. Da not miss Eipisode No, 6, "At thg torn of the in which, the Countess plans a cunning scheme. This causes Florence to despair. Jou.es, learning of it, secretly removes from, its hiding place, a tin box labelled "Sid. Har- greave." Cautiously, he steals away with it, hires a swift motor boat, and starts out to sea. The band's spy sees Jones remove the 'box. After losing sight of oim, the spy Joined by Braine. traces him, hires a. speeding motor boat, and locates him desperately try- ing to bury the box on a nearby lonqly island. They frustrate this plan, 'pur- sue him and in a whirlwind chase close up with him. The scene ends with the pursuing motor boat a mass of flames, Uie pursuers struggling .in the sea, Jones speeding away., safely, and the box, still unopened, hot- Every moment p? this thrill you. Daring exploits" and hair- breadth, escapes will be portrayed'as each episode of this marvellous mov- ing picture Is shown at this theatre. "AT THE EMPRESS" "A1 'Militant a Master photo-play In five reels Is the offering' today. Nellie, crossed in lovi, be- comes a suffragette. She falls love with Lord Ascue, a prominent M.P. and anti-suffragette. The triafc and tribulations of both until they both find there is. something" more noble even than a suffragette makes a.story to thrill. .The bursting; of in. Lord Ascue's home is one of the thrill- ing sceaes of the picture. EMPRESS TOWIGPtT TOJIOEKO'W Militant'Suffragette Pathe Photoplay in Five Acts fl ill Create a Sensation. Interesting from Start to Finish THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY Mow step hack and his onrom- ing again. "Twill tht Cain" cinder blown bv the winds that tramp infinitely. Voii have heard of brll liance steadiness, but here uas a match of brilliance plus steadiness steadiness plug' brilliancy. Tor one wild, rushing, charging hour of thrills and throbs, fhe. wonderful Australian fought the off But when he Raw that McLoughlin to fight the thing out along the same un beatable lines if it took. all 'summer and fall, the eminent visitor wiseh silted before Ins legs came erlcan Exchange The) go FcJ not (he pain oi parting, it-is tllEJ' Who stay behind that A Strong Link in the Chain oC Mvsterv KEYSTONE COMEDIES Mr. Pete Murphy, 'Irish Tenor' TONIGHT ;