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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, SEPfBMBlER 2, 1915 THE L'BTHBIMDGE DAILY HERALD TAGE THRBB BASEBALL G7 U7 (ill (ill NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn Bos-ton Chicago 1'iltsblil-K St.. Louis New Yurk Cincinnati 55 Cincinnati 33oston................ Toney and Ragaii, find Whaling, Cowdy. Bt. Loulr. Pel, .363 .540 .5311 .471! .147 Tyler 10 1 1 SalloeYnd Snyder; Adams, Cooper Murphy. Second gamo: SI. I.imia.............. 2 rittsburg Perdue, .Xlcliaus and Console" Harmon anil Gibson. Philadelphia....... Kew York......... McQuillan, Mayer ptromUanil Schant'. 6 8 1 Burns AMERICAN v. Boston Dclroit Chicago Washington York St. LOUJK Cleveland Philadelphia so K3 73 64 55 S3 Prt .lie.' .lie- .59 Raymond, Alia., Sent. sec- ond day's sports ill tbo Carnival were more keenly competed.for, ook Champion, Ferguson, I: C'hin- i f'onv Lucille, 1; Al- ld easily better than any other day dui fair and carnival Tho broncho bucking In particular exceeded any- thing that has yet beoa seen in the aoiilh country. The Whitney boys of Luthbriilge roiie and uroiiu over 30 horses. Hoping exhibitions were also given. The racing card of the day was a tool! one, eight fast races run. The results of these were: Th.V.'efMghtl! mile Liiml's Cora. I; Kinsey'a Miss Averton. 2. I D.unbar, Milk Klve.O. 1; KinseJ's Jack, 2. Walk. Irot and (Stir- "udics- 1; I'hili- iiair-mile. Uoyal, 1; Signci, Iti'lav rare Kuan, I; Kinsey, 2. WIHEUJSS WONDER WORKER INVENTED COLLEGE rilOKKSSOK Mow Tork.............. iWashingtan............ Caldwell and Nunamaker; nnd Henry. Boston.......... (Philadelphia...... Foster and Cady; end Lapp. 4 0 7 0 RUBE" MAROUARD Former who liought by Wilbcrl lioMnso 2-j'lO now com'pliited by the trades and Wvckoff, Nabors B 10 2 2 S 4 Koob and Sov- Cleveland Rt. Louis Carter, and J Detroit Scot4, Bcnz and Schalk; Coveleskl, Bolanclsand SUnage. FEDERAL Plltsbiirg Newark St. Louis Kansas City Chicago Buffalo BrooKtyn i Baltimore St. Louie iPittsbiirs W. 70 05 SI (X all L'. 52 51 50 57 67 Pet .57' .SCO .545 .539 .528 .468 _ C. Tag- W. Sadowski's bor council for "itie'innual labor day j prize 'iril, L. lst ,Um to the grounds. Fruit, candies and toys are also to be distributed amomst the children. The motorcycle race will be the big track event, and the Itack is being pul into shape lor Ibis race. Tlie prize will Ire the trophy, presented b; race at. t'ii'c carnivaT there on Tues- Tlic ladies oi Ihe Heil Cross will serve refreshments in booths on the grounds during the entire day. The following is the list of events ior Labor Day Entries to be made to S. n. 1 UCK- well S19 Oth St., K., Lethhridgc. Tim sports commence al one o'clock sharp, and will be run on1 in the fol- lowing order 1. Old Man's Race, years and presented WOK! Waller Ackroyil's apples have bffii lor pivi-ii publicity on many i bul very few people mini outside I points have had liie nliiinrtiinitV 'viiilinn I'is. ol-rhard at .Magralh anil observing I he wonderful st fines inane in fruit culture. In li.i: lirst place Tur. krovd is :i wheat lilililT. He IS a inline'-, 'riirrc's a (lifieiTa'T. He is in tlk- country to slay so lie has sur- rounded his iioinc with troi-s until tmiav it is almost bidden irom view bv folium-. trees have .provided of Bedford, Mass.. who devised a wireless 'rings bolls, fires a canon, blows horns and toi m-lnilci. Tilt invention may be used to direct town he is raisilli; nearly all hinds; will-fair. of ior home use only, lie sets to place some im-thei----___-------------- market As ior appk-s, manv ui trees arc-loaded with large, luscious I iruit His orchard is no small affair, here are a hundred tries at anv Marquard member of the New York Giants but. as frequently happens, he mav Kxperienee' has taURht attention thorough! and currants be gels in plenty, apples, lal'fri' and load trees. Our irrigated district eat dlitc more thaii alialia, Krai 'Barons, Sept. l.-Most of the far- mers have mmmenred cutting, and tliis wefk will see a lot of the grain up in the shock. s-, by Mcl-eod Hros.; 2nd, pipe, h A. Ott.: and Marquard and agon between them. ise of rasp- 1 hal'dlv a Davenport and Chapman; Roggs, Hearnc Ferry. Baltimore.............. i1 Brooklyn.............. 4 G 2 LeClnir, Bailey and Ogden; Falken- Wfltse and H. Smith. Isswark............... Buffalo 5 12 4 Kaiserllng and Bariden; ScUultz Allen. INTERNATIONAL Toronto 4, .Harrisburg 7. Toronto 2, Harrisbnrg 0. Buffalo 4. Jersey City 1. Buffalo 2, Jersey City 2. 9, Richmond 5. Montreal 4, Richmond "N Rochester 4, Providenco 5. AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus 2. Indianapolis 1. Cleveland 12, Louisville 4. Milwaukee 13, St. Paul 3. Kansas City I, Minneapolis 2. Kansas City 5, Minneapolis 10. NORTHWESTERN Spokane 5, Seattle 1. Vancouver-Tacoma: Postponed. 41 .75 .3-12 by W. J. Nelson; 3mi prize, box oi ci'sars, presented by Alexandra Cigar 7 12 0 Stand. 2 10 3 1. Women's-Hace 1st. fn prize, Standard Furniture Co., 2nd, value presented by Simpson Co. 3 Boys' race, 14 lo 1U pair of "shoes, given by Hufncr, the Shoeman 2nd, value 53.00, Palace Clothing Store. Girls' race, 14 to 16 value presented by Higinboth- am Co.; 2nd, hat, presented by Miss rfcotl. 5. 100 Yards Uace-lst, Oil faint- Musicians' presented hy R. Ibcy, ni the Ciourlay Piano Co., LethbridKi1. Bicycle value Su.a sented by White Lunch 2nd, S3 5U presented hy Lcthbridse Cycle they "have oullived their usefulness as ball players. On the contrary of them may have as many j satisfied Company. Blind by o mae iom -Mr. drew sowed II) 'acres pi to clubs, prize football, presented" by Alterta Sad- dlery Co. Greasy by (t. M. Hatch Ior boys under 10 years. Greasv presented by they ___ Graw and Mack are n, realize the. i only tii'for the buffalo tn'roam aliout 'Blooming White Sweet Clo. _. _. one teamr Lorn; sojourn with j Ihcn we found it was an-ideal ranch-1 jaml in'ihe suriiiR, and he has taken kli-ihle to cause a man to loss his ing country and now we know it to j the second crop. This clovct ap- "oen" and inafalive and even beba banner grain raising district, patently does very well, on beay Mi I le mav b- honestlv trying to i Time will prove, we believe, that it; day land, ami n it continue to do him to bis; can raise fruil just as Ontario raisis- as'we.l. other years has done s ineffective Un-1 iruit as well as grains and livestock. I this year it will certainly make a cianv s ijui. Catching Live pre- sented by Dave King, Geo. Houlf and G Gwatkins. Baby Show (2 [rom 1 to 8 months, prize presented by A. E. Smith. 2nd class, (i to ISjnonths, prize presented by IIr. Allison. A list of the donors whose names ine isivcn bv City Sign Works; u, value bv "3 Macs." do not appear above will be found m 6 Era and Snoo'n Race, girls HI i an advertisement on another page to 1-1 years-! st, Box of poaches, Many other events for valuable value. 53.50 2nd, box of candy, prc- prizes given by other merchants will senlcd by Palace Candy Store. I lie arranged on the grounds. TRIGGER AND TRAP EVANS FWLSTfl The following are the results oi the Irap shooting on Saturday afternoon lasl; City Championship Shol. at Broke J. H. McDonnell, first 50 V E Green, second 50 G. Muir 511 M. Clallivan -50 Chapman "II E. -Seh'l 50 Oliver Trophy Handicap V E' Green, first 25 J. H. McDonnell, Ihird.. 25 M. Gallivan 25 K. Johnson 25 H. Chapman 25 E. Sehl I Detroit, Aug. Sawyer 1 if H'hcalon, 111., finally crushed ar indent hoodoo at Ihe National -Am iteur Goli Championship tournamcnl liere today, ami "Chick" Evans, ol again failed to achieve one of his greatest athletic ambitions. Sawyer eliminated Evans 6 up ani 5, in Iho first round of match play I was his firsl important victory over the western champion in several years, and Ihey have opposed each other on many occasions. perately" fighting to win a title he has never captured, played an errali .game. Canada lost all chance to take Ihe wnalpur honors when George R. Ly- nn, of Toronto, went down to. de- feat at the hands of J. X. Stearns, third, ol Williamsport, 4 and 3. IS SOME- JOB Lee Magce. of Ihe Tips Tops is finding out lhat leading a ball club in a trifle harder sinking on the bench and saying "What does our know about Dupont Trophy for Mer. T Ncive, first 25 S. Stanford 35 G Rice 25 E. Wigs 25 J. J. McDonnell 25 Brewery Cup V. Green, first 50 G. Muir, second............. 50 .1. H. McDonnell, third: 50 M. Gallivan.................... 50 H. Chapman 50 K. D. Johnson 25 Dupont Prize .for. Ladies Miss Nellie Doyle, first. 35 Jliss Winn Kelly 25l- Miss May JIcKenion 25 36 SB 21 19 is 19 15 14 COBB HAS SLUMPED BUT STILL HEADS THE' LIST IN THE AMERICAN 13 8 8 i 16 >n 13 38 35 10 of" uieMne s iieToi then as berries currants and-we are noV He also has Mil acres of oats on I veTeir hehin but both V-! inclined to add appirs. We do not this farm on fall plowing which .will have leit behind, but both All possibilities of our mallB ilom 80 to 100 bushels per the hcst that is in i club his work becomes ineffective. Un-! irmt as well as grams and consciously they drop -into a rut j Mr. Ackroyd's success mi A bcrta is suited lo r fru._ nTi'ih is ttaS-! His iruit ,S as good as any His ap- selves Change of environment oitcn I pies are not dwarfs but as large and Li____ i.n. im_ -is; U" fill hi eXIIL'Ct LO lOOa" niEciiis that fruit cult what lie finds im-1 luscioua as one do's for a player possible to do 101 himself, and the downward slidn of many ;i star has t been checked'by his transfer to pas-1 niore or I ess of an anlateur. great' forage crop. In travelling through the conntry reaped in the west. At present about 65 per cent, ol the crop is in stook and threshing will be fairly general by tkt end oi the present week. 25 Percent of Wheai af( Magrath is Cut j luscious as one would expect to look class shape. The farmer el upon. Further, Mr. Ackroyd does not j trict are beginning to s pretend to he a iruit expert. He is j fanning on s'-ientilie me tures new. HUBK'S RECORD the Xew York Giants lieve the department of agriculture I should seriously consider apple rais- ing in this section of Alberta. Ex- ascer- JOItllHl ifrW I U1K. I.IIU.III..T in "-E, ItlOS from Indianapolis, at a record! pcrimcats should be........ _. nrvVnfSi I nnn I tain the best varieties for this coun- P For io.years was known as "the I try. Men like Mr. Ackroyd should he Ml Mill lemon" assistance and advice. It would Pitched to a pennant! not he long until Southern, Aliicrfa , 27 and losing on-. be mill on" sees considerable summeriallow- ine and v.hici, is generally in first Maurath, Sept. .1.-Strong am class shape. The farmers in this dis-! Dowler, grain merchants ol Oal -ee that sood! gary, are openiiiE up offices in ln< us on s-icnlinc methods pays. I Wood Block. This firms to teini The "weather has been ideal tor! locally by anil already ine weatner nas imen iitciu IUL t harvesting Harvest, help is beginning Fred Karrcn and AmO! to net a little scarce, and there, are are experienced buyers, farmers in town lootirg ior men this morning and are unable to get them. HON. ROBERT 13 CHIRPY considerable, anioimt of Magrath' buraper crop has been contracted for 25 Per Cent Cut It is estimated that about twenty ___, live per cent, of the wheat crop il Winnipeg, Aug. Kobeitt :this district is cut, and witti'a fm Rogers in an interview tonight slat- more days of warm weather th Chicago, Aug. The National league has .only eight batters in the .300 class, according to averages pub- lished here today. Snyiler, St. Louis, remains at the lop oi the list1 with 325 Doyle, Giants, is second, with .323. Following arc Uulerus, Phila- delphia. .319 Dauberl, 312 Merkle, New Vorv, .307 (Iron. Cincinnati, aiiil Robertson, New York lied with .306. The stolen base honor rests ivilh Carey, Philadelphia, wh" has galhered 29. The leading nin-iun-ite -in sten IMII vou sie.nn attain in ms the lonr is one ed been pat- in view oi the recent dc.'rat oi the; struction Tlie wb I MS the door s oinei lus teen pal provincial elec- j {er scras to have arisen out entcd by an buglioh i.ncntoi. of nropertT pitcher is llamaux, I'ittsburg, with 19 wins, II losses. Ty Cobb Gliil leads the American wiih .-188. Cobb also leads in stolen bases with 7.'1, and in total bases i with 221. He has also scored Yonkevs, X. Y. Aug. 31.-Thc thoroughly ,__ A irrneratoi to produce .Grand Circuit trotting meeting hers iu five years opened today at Empire j horses, and public form com- pietfily upsc-t. I Tn Che race for trotters, which was the feature of the pro-1 gram, Axworthy, hither-! to unbeaten this season, was defeat-' ed in crushing style by Peter Scott, j In the heaviest soing the colt that i won the fastest three heat race on record at Cleveland a fortnight ago j could do no better than take third i I A generator to pi i St I il.b l-U ill 1 he" misunderstanding of property right! I he replinl.l H. Ostlind, town solicitor, cam c to stop me? 1 amrin lasl night to attend the monthl aasoltitelv safe in my present consti-' council meeting, but owing to tb tuencv I" will not contest any oilier! rush oi harvest work only two com it-iiUc- constituency for 1 fejl sure there' oilmen and the mayor turned oltl "'to I would be no iloubl as lo the issue in I anil -the scheduled meeting was post poned for one month. fron BEDROOM OF GERMAN OFFICER NEAR WESTERN FRONT the The I money when the -heats were in and There was no betting at the meeting. iwllll 231. lie lias greatest number of runs, 116. i leailinR pilchcr is DREADFUL DEATH i with 17 wins, 5 defeats. OF BERLIN CITIZEN JACK TAYLOR WILL WRESTLE AT SARCEE CAMP Calgary, Alia., Sept. Tay- lor, heavyweight wrestling champion of Canada, will be seen -.1 action this next Friday night at Sarcee-Cap.m He will not meet Charlie Challcnder, the j much-tallied Chicago who; SMI JOHN L. IN NEW ROLE Imagine' John who twenty yearn ngo tire chamiilon three-finger ex- perl on ryo ur Scotch of the world, having a row In order lo.get n ehance lo make a speech at a prohibition fonvcntlou. Berlin. Out.. Aug. II, Brubacher. one o-f the most respected citizens of Benin, of the Dominion Button Co.. met with n tragic death some time Friday night was not discovered until Sat- urday night, when his fawlly returned The Westminster school swimming i from JIusUolw. The of Sir. Bru- races were belli at the Lake on Tnes-] holier was found in the bathroom, r'ai'lcd'to'pnt in an appearance '.ml, ,lay afternoon. They were keenly con-! literally cooked by lioiling water week mil who evldcntlv Is still in i tested ami qooil events. The results I squirting from a leaking pine above wm go {h8 as tofiows: I the gas healer. II was evident thai 50 vards on the back (under had been asphyxiatcil ny Andrew Queen, Geo. Dood, 2; Wade fumes from one of the two heaters in local man. Harry Heinz, formerly policeman on tha Calgary force. The po contest will take place at the ai-ena at Sarcee Camp on Friday night and is being promoted by Scrgcnllt-.MnJor Wilson of Ihe 50lh and J.1ck Slavin. ROWING COACH WILL FIGHT Now York, N.Y., Sept. 1. N'ickalls who roslgneil as rowing coach of the University of .Pemisyl- v-.nln to return and fight tor Britain, has. accorring lo a dispatch receiv- ed bore from London, Deceived a pro llillpath, 3. the room, one lor warmth, and the illp'ltil o liie mum, (under Mnlkeli rtber for water heating purposes, and m I nrprenmfi before he COIIHI 3; Tom Martin. 2: .A...Inrvie. S. yards (under Kiilpath, ,1.lliches, 2: J. Kergan, 10U yards (under Queen, 1- Gco. Dodil. 2: Wade Hidpath, S. had been overcome before he could escape. His body had been exposed to the shower for L'4 hours, lie was 51 years old, and was former-y- one of the foremost football payers in Canada. CROWELL A STAR The Alhletles seem to have pickeit a real star in Pitcher of 80 balionnry appointment as n second University. Ho did fine ta the Iloyal Field Arlil-: first three starta for the Mack- lerj JAP STATESMAN DIES AT Toklo. Sent. .Jlarquls Kaoru Iliouye. one of the elder statesmen of Japan, died .today, of miphrltis, at the lane of SO years. Qm.rlc-1-s of (iennmis on the woslerfi front contdning comfortable beds of birclnvood mam fueltH'cd ;