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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1015 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TRKRB FEAT1EQF Cup Emblematic of Championship of to Winner of 10 Mile Race-Good Prizes for Winners of 5 Mile Go-Track Will be in Good Condition BASEBALL NATIONAL W. 08 lili 64. 61 .UO 57 I'd. .5117 .532 .529 .484 .171! s'o! The, second race will go five Two motorcycle races, one of which, me seconu racp win nw will decide the championship of sou-; the lirsl prize bemp a cup aim the them Alberta for amateur second prize live gallons oi luprieat- wiil be hie features of the Labor Day j ing oil. snorts nt the exhibition grounds: The track has been pin into excel- IMonday cut condition for moloruyitcs. and The "first race will go 10 miles, ami the raws promise Lo develop some will he open to all amateur riders, i new records in speed, ho far .UMG The lirsl prize will be the cup local riders, K.-.J. McKcnzie, Mori donated ai Kavmoml, representing Priest and Bert Taylor, have entered the championship of southern A I- for Hie races, and there may be moit berlu. before the entries close. Philadelphia Brtmlilyn Doston t.'hicuKo PJ St. Louis Xcw York Cincinnati kl. Louis....... Cincinnati.............. I 1- I Meadows and Snyder; Schneider and Wingo. Philadelphia......... 0 -I New York.............. 0 Mayor, McQuillan and Killil'cr; Per- ritt and Dooin. Chicago............... 1 i c 1 Humphries. Stanridge and Bresna- han; Mamaux and Gibson. Urooklyn............... II Boston 0 Douglas. Smith and Miller; Rud- olph, CSrugg and Gowdy. Kidney Trouble? STAMPEDE AT ATHLETIC PARK MONDAY AT 1 P.M. Considerable intcri'St is tak- en in the slanipcilc arranged for afternoon starting at one on the athletic park Soiiic of the best known riders in the south take part in. this stam- lipcle, inclinlini; Constable Hell of the Mounted Police, Whitney Bros, and JIusKop Hros. of and Prof. Herry.jthc well known horse i trainer, whoso work will he a special feature. Those in charge of the afiair have elaborate preparations, and promise an exciting afternoon's en- icrtainmcnt. Over fifty wild horses i and II) wild steers are being brought in, and sonic fancy roping and throw- ing are anticipated. There will be fifteen riders in all. New York, Sept. Willard, have decided that, although the cow- boy's exhibitions with a circus are a decided financial success, the public would like to see Willard in action. After reaching this conclusion, Man- ager Jones is willing to allow the champion to enter the ring, provided snmc one offers for Willard's share''of the'reccipts. Tn fact, accord- ing to the big fighter's oflicial an- nouncement, he is willing to take on each and every one of the contenders for his title, with three weeks he- each provided, of course that Willard's share in each iifiut is guaranteed as Fur some time efforts to get Wil- lard in the ring with some one of the while contenders for the heavy- weight title has meb with the an- nouncement that the public through- out IMP country was anxious to sec Willurd, and his' connection, with a everything points to a successful of amusement on Monday. The public will have a choice oE sports: that ol the- athletic events at the Exliitiiiion park, and that of the stampede at the Ball park. The sports at the Exhibition grounds promise to excel any other sports planned hy the labor commit- tee. All kinds of ath'letic sports, run niug, jumping', etc., will be held as well as the dare-devi] motor cycle races for the forty dollar cup.. In fact, the grounds will bear resemb- lance of a veritable exhibition park d.uring the whole afternoon. Special car service is being given. School children will .be conveyed to the park free. The sports will begin at 1.: The Rail park, where the SUtnipedo is being staged by a number of the lo- cal cow punchers, wi'il be turned into an old-time range, with cowpuncli he given e, and fancy roping 1irt the public1 wants to see WiHanL in action- Manager Jones says that joy Stanley Whitney. The whole af- he has been informed that Billy Gib- ternoon will be taken up with lively son offered iiir share to box Jim Coficy. W I'inl will at once accept the oRer, and will take on lloran, Weinhart, Reich and all other white contenders at the same price. In other words, V.'illard ac- cepts all the challenges hurled at him, and is now merely waiting for offers for the matches. tunts. bowling tournaments will be staged on the Gait and Empire greens. The Bankers Cup, challenge trophy, will be played for.' One of the recruits for the cyele corps at Calgary was 57 yeari old, and another 16. Price Announcement Effective August 2nd 5530 5480 S780 TOURING CAll RUNABOUT TOWN CAR Fully equipped except Speedometer. F.O.B. Ford, Ontario, THE FORD GARAGE Virtue 1232 3r< AVE. S. PHONE 531. The waste material which tin; Kidneys arc intended to remove from the blood, if allowed to amnmilatti in the system, poison the blood and thus produce deleterious effects. If from over-work, exposure to cold, or some local injury, tin; kidneys become congested or infkinicd and cannot perform their functions, the system becomes fillwl with uric poisons. 1 Whenever a dull, heavy pain Is fell bVer the region of the kidneys for any length of time, uccoiiipanicd by a sallov, complexion, loss of appetite, clccreaku of weight, and a puffy condition under the eyes and in the anltL-s, a chronic inflammation of the kidneys must be and if not promptly Bright's Disease will certainly develop. Abbey's Effervescent Salt, sold everywhere at 25c and UOc which is a Diuretic as well as an Aperient, will carry put of the system the poisonous material which the kidney-, tvumot (jet rid of, and will relieve tlic congestion of the kidneys. i Sold by J, D, Hlginbotham Co., Limited BE RIVALS IN Qqjcjtly and Easily Boston...............10 jr. Philadelphia............ 9 5 Shorn and Cady; Sheehan and Lapp. New York.............. 0 0 Washington............ 2 8 1 Pieh and Xunamaker; Johnson and Williams. Cleveland.............. 2 5 4 Chicago............... S 7 1 Mitcliell. Jones ant! O'Neill; Benz and Schalk. Second game: Cleveland.............. 6 7 1 j Chicago............... o 7 2' Klepier, Coombe and O'Neill; Ci- cotte and Mayer. Detroit............... 2 7 2 St. Louis............... K 7 0 Jlaiiss and. Stallage; Hamilton and Severoid. FEDERAL w. u Pittsburg 70 51 Newark 115 54 St. Louis 67 :i8 Kansas City (17 58 Chicago 8" 80 Buffalo 63 67 Brooklyn 58 69 Baltimore 42 79 On Labor Day, there will be great doings at the Gait Turk and Empire green. Starting at ten o'clock sharp, :i rink tournament, open to all bowl- j crs .in the city will 1m played, and there will be prizes for the winners. Everybody Welcome Now, this is no mere dub compe- tition. In this city there are scores of howlers who have yet lo throw their first bowl on the local just bring along a pair of and bowls, if you have come, anyway. We will guarantee you a fine -day's spori. A small en- trance.fee of 25 cents will be charg-. ed, which will be devoted to prizes. I Phone your entry to S. Adams, 1251, or bo at the Gait Garden greens on Monday, at 3.30. If enough entries are forthcoming', double and .single competitions wil'i o be played. Every bowler in the city is requested to turn out in the if they cannot come in the afternoon, for this evem will wind up the bowling-contests for this season. New York, Kept. beginning of another week of play in I he two iNiijor leagues liitds the first division fluljf; in each circuit in the same rela- tive positions as ii ago. Tim Mnslon Hraves in the National league iintl Hie Boston Keil Sox in the American have respectively made lln- best showings in their circuits, with Die differ enci! that llic Ameri- can lea'jjnc jppresRnt-atives already were at the top and have maintained their position, while the world's champions urti playing an uphill and still have some' distance to Whih' StailingV inni are making a line light oi it, ground they on tlk- Philadelphia leaders during the 'seven-day period was so .small that it. will have to he bettered in the the weeks to come if the Hostonians are to go'ahead' of Pat Morsn's learn. than for some percentage points, and today they are further away from the leaders than Uicy were" last Sundays, while Bostons, in third 'place, are ap- preciably nearer to the second posi- tion holders. The Phillies, with five games won and two lost, made their chief g-Mn at the expense of1 the Cincinnati 3, from whom they -took' four straight games. These more than made up for the two out of t'hiec which they dropped to Chicago early in the week. In the American league the Bostons bearded the Detroit Tigers in an ex- citing three-game series, of the contests running to twelve and an- other to thirteen innings. Moving on to Cleveland, the Ued Sox met with a setback on Friday but more than made this good Saturday by taking a doubleheader from the Indians and topped oli the series with a Sunday victory hy 1 to .0. Qiw Din WINS GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP Detroit. Sept. A. Gar- John Anderson of Mount Vernon, V., in a final mat'.- holes, 5 and L Pet. .53B .586 ,527 .485 .457 .317 Baltimore............ 2 7 1 Brooklyn............... 3 72 Johnson and Owens; Finneran and Land. St. Louis................1 73 Pittsburg............... 3 10 2 Groom, Willett and Hartley'; Allen and Berry. Chicago 0 3' 4 Kansas City...... 4 4 1 Brown and Wilson; Cullop and .Easterly. Newark............... 1 4 2 Buffalo............... S 12 0 Moseley and Rarideu; Krapp and Allen. INTER1VATIONAL Toronto ff, Richmond 5. Rochester 2, Harriaburg 5. Buffalo 4, Providence 8. AM. ASSOCIATION Lo.uisville 1, Columbus 6. Kansas City 2, .Minneapolis 14. Milwaukee 2, St. Paul Cleveland G, Indianapolis 5. Seattle 4, Spokane 8. Vancouver 2, Tacoma 3. O'LEARY WON AT VERNON Vernon, B. C., Sept.'3. Johnny O'Leaty, Canadian lightweight cham- pion, tonight won the decision over. Hector McDonald, of Vancouver, af- ter 10 sensational rounds. O'Leary leaves for Calgary tomorrow where- he will box; the "encampment cham- pion at an early date, AUTO TURNS TURTLE WITH FATAL RESULT Montreal, Que., Sept. man as killed outright, .another sustain- ed Injuries from which he probably will and two others sustained minor yesterday, when -at automobile belonging to Marcel.Rob- turned turtle on the Laval Rapids road, a few miles from the city. The victims are: Jules Bisson, aged '64 years, hilled; Marie! Robin, years, owner and driver of the ai'ltCh mobile, fractured skull, fractured ribs and leu, condition critical, Ixniis Nolin aud W. .Messier sustained minor iijuries. SANTAt W5UIES MIDY of thd BLADDER relieved in 24 HOURS NEW NAMES WILL APPEAR IN GOLF LISTS Favorites Beaten; semi-Finals Being Played Today at Detroit Detroit, Mich., Sept. two contenders for the national ama- tear golf championship were elimin- ated yesterday afternoon, but not un- '.il eacli had forced his opponent to i ilay every hole on the Country club I .course to win. Max R. .Marston ofi Springfield, N.J., won from Howard Lee, after a struggle which lasted 38 holes. Slierrill Sherman of Utica, New York, sprung the surprise ot the I day by defeating James D. Standish, j champion of Michigan, one up. D. E. Sawyer of Wheaton, 111., a tournament favorite, never had a chance with Robert A. Gardner of Chi- cago. Gardner was victorious, 7 to 6, The south also lost its hone for cham- pionship recognition, when John G. Anderson of Mount Vernon. N.T., woa from Nelson Whitney oli New Or- leans, 3 to 2. Gardner will play Marston in the semifinals today, and Sherman meets Anderson. Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED, Bicycle Repairers Our Prices in Bicycle Repaln and Goods Cannot Be Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone' 1032 5th WILL BE GREAT MEET Montgomery, Ala., Sept. ors of the Southern Field Trials as- sociation have decided on the week ci: December 13 as the date for the trials at Letohatchie, Ala. Indica- tions, it was said, pointed to the great- est meet in' the history; the organ- ization. LET UGK! At the BALL PARK LABOR "MADE IN BIG WILD WEST EXHIBITION Commencing at ONE o'clock Broncho Busting (Bare Back aiid Saddle) Steer Riding Steer Bulidogging Bucking Mules Wild Horse Race Fancy Roping, Featuring all the best local riders, including Prof. Berry, Const. Bell, of R.N.W.M.P., Whitney Bros., and the boys from the Hyssop Ranch Just Bring In Your Bad mi SEE THE BIG PARADE AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP General Admission, 25c Grand Stand, lOc ;