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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 4, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB Empress MONDAY THE MONGREL MASTER Jknofher of the Ms-iler Photo- plays llmt are Hhown 2 days uf overy wt'uk rosuluriy. TO-DAY The Voice in the Wilderness (N TWO GREAT Stupendous Dramatic Attraction featuring Francli X. Bushman, the Essanay Star. Hearst Sellg Weekly featuring The Driving Girls and many other good a Western Drama. For Conindy today lu> j Beim Nomiti TulnmdK'c and i Oeo. JJol.-uiy ;u Hirlr Itost in j AN ELOPEMENT AT HOME It's ii Screjim. IIS AND NORIH IflH AGAIN BAITIED TO For Second Time in Scott Cup Serier Two Fast Teams are Un- able to Reach a Conclusion-Northsiders First to Score-Daskness Intervened The Gallics and the North Letli-1 anil look- a few sorties fcridge United will have to lock horns i into the enemies' lines, followed by once again in the Scot Ciip series. Their 'attempt to reach a conclusion last night went for naught and the result was the-same as before, 1 to'though from this time on, they i. fried the enemy considerably. AT THE BUTTS fy LINE UP TOMORROW Rifle club members intending to shoot on Saturday wi'il notify a mild bombardment of the fort, Ness, Frier and Dunlop were defenders, and it was impossible tho Callies to find a weak spot, a The game wai trather disappointing for several reasons. H was a certain- Ity tbat the game could not be cd unless started somewhere near .time, yet it was nearly 6.30 before The latter for some reason, seemed to fall away and were taking things too and on several looked as though the occasions it Reds would score, but the shooting was pcor. it-he referee could give the signal to The remainder of the half was unin- j commence the scrap. The Northerne.rsj teresting and the teams crossed over pvere there in good shape, but the [without leaving the field. Dallies were away behind. Another j SECOND HALF reason, was the "failure of the league J 1 second portion of the Cue at 'phone 1383, before Saturday noon, so it will be known how many to provide for. Those wishing transporta- tion provided 'will EU state. Call for your ammunition at Wright's jewelry istore and take it with you. Two sets of tar- gets will bo used, and accom- modation he a tuple. Sec- ond shoot for Dominion oi Ca- prize: 40 per cent, of the membership required to turn out. Come and have an after- noon of good sport. The competition will be shot off rain or shine. List of Entries Toclate for Am- ateur Bouts Here Monday -Night -to supply a respectable 'ball for such i an important game, causing a fur- lli'er delay of nearly fifteen minutes. North Lothbridge won the toss, took advantage of the little [breeze, which began to make itself unpleasant before many minutes had j" [passed. It was unfortunate that the CalHos were short, for it; was ovi- I'dent'that 'the N. L. IT. were there win, and the Scotchmen would fjieed their full strength to hold them. f.They pressed the game (from the iGtart, and Mclntyre had many an- j xious moments. The Northerners had I a forward line with some ''life about up hyMin equally: good fence, hut the bailies were shaky, iand' miGscd Bannerman at right back, the first twenty minutes of play; E North Lethbridge had much the bestj tho gjme and ''ontimully their' 1 whole forward line uould attvantt in The second portion of the game opened with the Callies the aggres- sors. They were going to even up j somehow, and the life that left) the North Warders seemed to j into the Collies, for they fore- I e game from the start, ami had the blues playing on the defensive. It was not long before this ne-.v life showed" itself, for after one or two dangerous rushes, the crowd, was able to discern thruilgh .the .gathering gloom the dim-form of "Robertson racip'j: down the wing, and-centreing beautifully, the hall was securer by Linning, who with one of his well- known .shots placed his .side on level terms with -the blues. The goal was a good one, and the crowd showed its appreciation with loud cheering. NATIONAL New York 6, Brooklyn S. .New York 7, Brooklyn 2. (Second game.) Pittsburg 11, St. Louis C. Pittsburg ID, St. Louis 3. {Second game.) Boston 4, Philadelphia 7. Chicago 7, Cincinnati 0. The promoters of the amateur box- ng tournament at tlip Sherman The- atre on Monday evening, have reason to feel gratified at the number of con- testants who have signed un for tlie rarious classes. There should be not less than three hours of fistic enter- tainment, if all the boxers who have signed up are in line, and or.ly those j who have given assurance that they j will be there are being considered. In all amateur boxing tournaments there are a few who suffer from cold feet at the last few moments, and are ready to take the slightest excuse to with- draw, and tills tourney will probably be no exception to the rule. there are still a number boxers' expected to enter the lists, who probably more than make good disappointments that may oi He knows what's wrens with YOUR GUN. Fifteen yeara1 ex- perience with the Leading Gun manufacturers of Europe ;tnd America. Out-of-Town worlc given prompt attention. GUNSMITH. Fifth Street South. Phone I032. P. O. Box 346. FINE PROGRAM FOR LABOR DAY CONTINUED FUO.M FUOXT PAGE name in now. Louis Moore, secretary of the 'iocal council, P.O. Box 44-1, or G. M. Harris, chairman, will receive entries. The baud will bo in attendance throughout the day. This is the program FOOTBALL Cole-man Invincihles o'clock prompt. 1st 2nd 3rd 100 Yards 510 Boys, 'Hi years under 3 2 1 j Yards 15 10 5] Girls, 16 ami untier 3 z 1 onday The Last Won! jn Filmtlojn POWERFUL' KEELS O Callies 1 j Wile' cycle gold medal cur "ni medal. i the present list, which is a good and race ........7'30 4 2i I sufficient one. i J ouag ladies rare i The weights are much varied, and k will u-ltl, In I raC'C The Sinking of the Steamer Roland A VIVID PRODUCTION OF ss of Ireland and Titanic Disasters TO- NIGHT COME EARLY COME EARLY The battle the next minute, was on again furiously and uolwifchs'tand- Doth sides played. The referee I AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston 3. Philadelphia Boston C. (Si game.) Washington 4, New York 10. Only games today. FEDERAL Baltimore 5. Pittsburg 2. Baltimore 1, Pittsburg 4. (Second a manner that meant business Hoi- Soou louwm" lu? a llle I 'lierton feeding then ivilih good ]udg- was to for-the game to he1 Imcnt and playing a star ggmt Sev-! but "c was Anxious for u fin- era! exciting ocoiirrod to keeP track ol these earl5 stages and m one ln-lBamc for wlllle lt was ,Elanre the crowd got read) to cheer i'ufelos.s' "Owevcr, and the whistle as after- some nice cross passing the Ior tlnle' wltn was put to .Canldweil, who was in splendid position wit-h an open goal and only Mclntyre to beat, but utes to go. This necessitates a third game to f ?oal didn't matenaliye CauM-i who meets. the S. 0. E. ivell muffwl it. The Callies got out at this juncture ami they looked to final. It has been suggested that I the final game iie postponed and this) Lmmng to start something the Ill? 'to played ln lts m Monda; sphere Ira oiling quickly Ifrom Baston! TeT "nwise course, a: Ho Chiswicl the latter placing mrans the final wl" not De cely for the' forward but the at !t dark now 'or shot went wide Lethbndge I game'. The best plan would came down field with a rush, __......._ ___ _ AIMII 'be to get this game settled on Sat- teif "backs" "being easily urdav "'Bht, so that the competition passed and the outside right took; ca" be Pi Slonday by the ball well down to the corner "nal flag and twisted across a lovely cen-i THE TEAMS Itre, Tennant trapped nicely and de- Anderson, Eas- Brooklyn 10, Buffalo 2. Brooklyn 1, Buffalo 5. ;ame.) Indianapolis 5, Chicago 4. Kansas City 12, St. Louis 9. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 0, Buffalo 4. Providence-Toronto: Rain. Newark 1, Rochester 10. Jersey City 1, Montreal 0. AM. ASSOCIATION St. Paul 15, Columbus 6. Kansas City 2, Indianapolis 7. Milwaukee 11, Louisville 6. Only games today. (Second WESTERN CANADA AWFUL WORK Medicine Hat, Sent. lost the worst game of the season. Dunn left JIartin in aftpr he blew up, and Inered a strmtinj; grounder Mhichj lon Brannan, Chiswick, McMiiiau; the Eskimos pounded him all over had Hclnljre looking lor somewhere] Hpbcrtson, Glen, Linning, Allen, Me-, the lot, getting 19 hits for 83 bases, to hide A beautiful goal Ilvena. j Both teams playeil loosely. Score 14 1 his gave them an incentive to try'. N. .L. U. Dunlop Frier, N7oss j to 2. another rush, the forwards getting i Bryce, Holberton, Whytc .Tennant I SASKATOON PENNANT WINN'.RRS down the field Holberton lifted Caldwell, Tennant Gurr, f Saskatoc-n, Sept. Quavers a nice one the opposing halves, Linning. but f asion judged the bail well and! I difficulty will be mei with in arrang- j ing the classes, and will have to be made up in order to Pcond U've all tbe aspirants a chance to show I their abilitj. Here are the entrants and classes as arranged to date: Bantamweight, 105 A. J. Chaplin, Lethbridge. R. .McCo'ilongh, Lethbridge. A. Hozleton, 'Lethbridge. H. Tinnins..Letbbridge. A. Norman, Letbbridge. Featherweight, 122 J. McOuiness, Lethbridge. A. Wood, Lethbridge. G. Parsons, Lethbridge. 133 B. Welsh, Lethbridge. U. Parr, Nobleford. J. Wood, Lethbridge. Other entries probable. Special Wsioht, 140 Kid Cole, Coalhurst. J. Lush, Letbbridge. Welterweight, 145 N. Cartmell, Coalnurst. .1. Davis, Kipp. R. McDonald, Coalhurst. Other entries probable. Catchweight, 150 R. McCormack, Letbbridge. T. Cauldwell, Lethbridge. Special Contest T. Lush. Lethbridge. T. Kalllday, Lethbridge. D. .1. Stewart, Lethbridge. J. McKenzic, Lethbridge. i hcroe race classes 1 race 14 and un'fi'er 320 Yards Hoys, 1-1 years and under Girls U years and under.. SSO Yards Old man's race Ladies1 nail iiviviiig contest Baby slum', cine year and under Sack race Tug-of-war, (i men 3i Five-mile race, for Herald trophy. There are a host of races for' _ ior which have Pie Eating Contest Keystones' and Gripping Dramas Too Late to take yoiir Vacation if yon go to Southern Alberta's I'amous Summer llesort, with 18 miles of water for luiUiclies and Lakes Admission 25c., children free. C..HI. Harris, L. Moore, Chair. Sport Com. Sec. ,j. .j, LETHBRIDGE, AOIOS! VIVA, CANADA! the ball burst with a bang and the, game was off for a while. A new hall was eventually dug up from Bomcwhcrc. and the fun but the Callies had had An in ten-few with B. B. Johnson as to -what he thinks of George SialUngs' success, would be the handed the Millers, their competito-s! t ttcre1are or mbre en for the pennant, thsir third consecu- c'asa ft flt8t-and second iue shut-out, making it four out ol medal W be S up" Where there five for the series. Russell had..the are entrants, a..first medal tetter of Harrah on the mound. His Wltl be the The .-medals are la aying, through the columns of The Herald, "Adios" to this litth cindad ou the plains, I do so r clue t- ntly, hoping to return some day if the luck of a soldier stays with me, for I am going to hit a blow for a country that has been good to me, since I landed in Vancouver, over a jyear and a half refugee from Mexico. There is something about the Can- adian West that gets into a man's soul and tells him to he has rdd angre" (blood) in his" veins Don't -J HOME RUN KINGS Charleston; Ohio, Sept. Baseball records fart to show where two players on one team Hudson's Bay have performed as Calb'ert and Kelly have, for Charleston in the Ohio State lately. On tlires occasions within a week they have clouted home runs in the Wine same inning on the first hall pitched. On .the first occasion Kelly preceded Calbert at hat M 4 and hit the ball over the fehce. is Calbert was next up and sent ths ball Into about the 'same place. On tho next two '-occa- Combination Oiler l.llottle.fine old Highland sions Cnlbort' precfkled Kelly, and when be hit a home run his performance was duplicated im- Kej 1 Bottle Rare Old Port mediately by Kelly. 6 BoEtles Complete YORK BACK Special Adventurers, of England PER-FECTO CIGARS N.Y., New York regained the lead today by taking a 'double-header .from Brooklyn while j far was losing In Philadelphia. scores were 6 to 3 and 7 to 2. PREFERENCES kept Brooklyn's hits I! for in the first game. Teareiu. 29% REDUCTION ON ALL G. B D PIPES FOR effective In the second game, while New York batted hard. Jn the ninth inning Burns knocked a home j with the bases full. i was on reporter has nerve enough, to ask for win nailed the Pennant to the Quak-1the fccst Jookills Pieces of jewelry that d enough1 it. J ers' mast Score 3 to 0- 'OCQn UP here for ath ____ __. HIT AT RIGHT TIME i leiic event, and are'worth going after Rcgina, Sept. outhibtho'The first prize Iliedal is or silver and Red Pov, but the latter made with Wue eliamel iiilaid. The swats at right time and' wqirBecond prize, .medal is gold-plated out, 5 to 3. i bronze ot the same design as the _ Two of the medals, a first and la on display in Ewart's i jewelry slore window. The other mehas been select- ed to plaj-' for tho S. In the final of-ifa'Scott Cup: :Hewitt; Holland and Firth; Turn- and Lee; Fauiich, Far- rant, Draper, Wllletts and Bestwick. PlaJ-ers'are asked to bo ffi readiness to ,on Monday, it hcing Impos- "i state the time until tho result iallle-N. U U. garaa Sinking ol a real ocuin hnci ut, seen HI the Six IVwJ "AtlanUs" at Starland foe lirce days coi.iinencmg Monday ;