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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1914 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Undei1 auspices Letlibridgc Trades and Labor Exhibition Grounds, Monday, September 7th Races Tug-of-War Field and Track Events Show and other interesting features. vs. Lethbridge Gallics. All Kvenis Open. Post-.Entries for Events. Highest Boxing Touriiainoiil; ever held in West in the Evening; SPECIAL KATES OX ALL KAILWAVS Admission to Uroiimls under 11, with Free. HAND IN ATTENDANCE. For Further Informal ion Write: L, Moore, Secy, Box J-J4. G. M. IFarris, Cliiiinnan. First Open Bowling Competition' to be He'd on Gait Garden of Competitors and'Order of Play Everything is in .readiness for to I Dr. Cragg awn' on: , the G..Heaton H. Turner A. Perry M. Weir" sbtlry mi til Me Mlili v nnc .greens arc in first class condition, and there interesting 'games 'for tlie spectators. So groat has beet the'entry >list that the coin-! nut'tee have been obliged k> make p two (list group of players j will atari- at, .10 o'clock sharp, while: Itlm second. lol, .h'egin at: 11 o'clock, j Valuable prizes have been secured for the winning rink ahd the "runners Ihc entrance fee has been nlac- K el a'l 21C to tost of prizes Those players .w.hosc names teJ hero are requested to bo sharp Mr Bnttler (n time, as the absence of one play- "Mr Prnmtc er hold 7 other men idle. There j W. Whiddinston vlll be tor ev TV plaver, and j J Pftts is all bowlers'.have 'been grouped w Ih e> penenced nlnvers The games' V M Me Upme ill continued in the McMiIlen arid to a .final. Here is the R. S. Howson cnllv list as neii as you 1 Olner v ?re rn the ,nd c-annot be on hfmi phone-W.'Adams, 1251 tonight Rev. Cobblediek vs. Hiigh Scott. Empress MONDAY THE MONGREL MASTER Another ot the Master Photo- plays that are shown 2 days of every week regularly. "The Voice ii TO-DAY IN TWO GREAT Stupendous Dramatic Attraction'featuring Francis X. Bushman, the Essanay Star. Hearst Selig Weekly featuring The Driving Girls and many other good a Western Drama. Empress Fur Comedy today will be seen N'orma Talmadge and Geo. Dclany at. their best iu, AN ELOPEMENT AT HOME It's a Scream. Judge Jackson W. Steelc C. B. Bowman Dr. W. H. Marts. SCOTT CUP REPLAY MONDAY MORNING L. A.-Carley Dr.- Mason K. Slew-ail Dr 0 T -Mans 11 O'CLOCK T. .Graham. J. Nelson Kirklmm Clar Ccok Jarvis. I ngltsh sure 10 O'CLOCK SHARP C Carrerrv p I li Peat I Urd E 7 Owens S. 'Jackson vs.' S. Adams Scol t Stitt f? ft son Scott laoates Adam Kirttbam Fairbrother iVFarncch Tile second replay for the Scott Challenge Cup, between the Uallies and the North Leth- bridge United will be staged at the Ball Park n the holiday morning at 11 o'clock. North Lethbridge team v.-JH strip lit the- Ball Park at 10.43 James Wilson of Fenlie will referee. [Promised at Boxing Tourna- ment Monday Night o CRACK GOLFERS IN SEMI-FINALS Trav-srs, Oulmet, Travis Win Their Matches in Third Round at Manchester T Himi'lun halriiv (iJUCll IP J Haddhngton two clubs If von ato one of them be there at 10.30 sharp. BUCKSHOT Denver, i Ch--hc Uh.te Oa-rv ten rounds, Colorado Denver, j Jack Johnson reallv goes Lil-or vvar hell do eicagli road work I getting hatlv to Paris to put him in lim Piigh ifj reported on his wav fehape ____ Ol me irom fjuope He must have At-Heast we can't A PEEP 'INTO THE'-PAST. 1S91 Bob l.nocKed out Dan Creedoi, New Or- arc .to lie shot if leans, second round. The'purse was taught in the war 7onc This is a proving cverj thine; evcrv- tieat chance for the citv editois thing has advanced excsptmg in left Disturber.IV. liesr hu Manchester, vt., Sept. to- day jAayers of the highest rank were the survivors in the match play loi j the United States Golf association am- ateur championship over ths links of the Ekwanok Country club, completing the third round. Jeroina D. Travers of Upper Mont- Two.othjr rinks be chosen Irom nt advimced -iu players who Have been invited t" to.- furihei-lionors '.vitliout bv the different members of competltlon m I up over W. P. Seeley of Brooklawu. Francis Ouiraet. former national open champion, was also an easy, win: ner. He ended his match with Robert A. Gardner of Hinadale. a former am- ateur champion, on the llth green of the afternoon round, 9 up. J. Travis of Garden City; 'an- other former amateur W. C. of Oakmount, title-hold' er in 1910, survived their difficulties. Each ft as forced to an extra hole The match between Fownes and R. R. GOrtou of; Braeburn carried most of the gallery. Fo'wnes star ted- -the afternoon round 2 up, but Gorton Even- ed the match at the sixth hole. '.The advantage', alternated after that. Wisconsin's boxihg law' is pronounc- j.ed a success by the gate leieipts those ihterfes'feri in Big Amateur Boxing Tourney w Medal Contests Southern Alberta Championships Under Police Supervision Sherman Theatre Big String of Boxers Signed up for Bouts from Lethbridge and A icinity Labor Day Night COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK The' big evening attraction of the Holiday. miss any of the Bouts. They're going to be good. Admission 25, SO and 75 cents Sent plan at Alexandra until Monday; at Sherman Theatre all Monday. Get jour tiuket-> caily. 1V, WAR BULLFxTINS, TO BE ANNOUNCED All things aic iii apple pie. order for' the. Southern Alberta amateur touhiainenl at tho Sherman theatre, Labor Day com- mcncins 'at18 o'clock. Knuugh hoxi talent lias been enlistLM! lo ensure lengthy "evening's entertainment and patrons arc tu get a good rim for'.tlieir money Tile promoters are being commend- ed for tht''reasonable charge-foe ad missumVTIiev had an eye to the pres- rnt state "-of money stringency and madt the- puce tht of all -i, 0 and 7j cents Bl blNLSS The bouts- will be conducted in a and businesslike manner. TKc -VesuTts '.will be decided bv two judges with a icferee Ii the judges 'disagree', the referee shall name the niasier of ceremonies winner's hamc known. Efficieni pfiluaK heen appointed in ;each .respective.capacity The nuinfcei'.o! rounds in "each bout shall be three, VvHh a" minute rest 'betweeni.eaeh rounftl It will be the business of the pro ilioteii. to keep >the game igoing and LUrta'I aits ccn UP boiit-s AVAK BULLETINS A pleasing feature ?be the war news announcements .between the. houte. Arrangements have been made to1 secure all the latest and import- ant which will- be- exclusive. There ill not be1 a paper and Alondrv, so ths neub of be greath ap pTtCiatei at Uie bouts, no doubt The list .of entries to date Bantamweight, 105 A. J. Chaplin, Lethbridge. R. Lethbridge. A. Hozleton, Lethbridge. H. Tinning, Lethbridge. A. Norman, Lethbridge. Featherweight, 122 J. ircGulness. Lethbridge. A Wood, Lethbridge. G. Parsons, Lethbridge; :Liahty.ef3ht, 133 E. Welsh, Lethbridge s U; Parr, Nobleford. J. Wood, t.ethbridge. Other entries probable Special W.3inht, 140 'Kid Cole, CoalhiirBt. J. Lush, Lethbridge Welterweight, 145 N; Cartmell, Coalhurst ,T. Davis, Kipp. R. McDonald, CoaihursL Other entries probable. Catchweight, 150 R; McCo'rmack, Lethbridge. T. Cauldwell. Lethbridge Special Contest T. Lush. Lethbridge. -T. Halliday, Lethbridge. D. Djinloy, Blairmore. 'Heavyweight J. Stewart, Lethbridge J. McKenzie, Lethbridge. J, McDonald. Afternoon 1.30 to 5.30 MONDAY Evening 6.30 to 11.00 tlio Greatest on the Continent. Usual Admis- sion Prices. Atlantis be shown lor 3 days Special Matinees Daily. I NATIONAL Kcw York 1, 3 Boston (i, PhiladelpUia 5. Chicago 2, Cinsiiiiiati 3. 2, St. Louis 1. j TOURNAMENT BOXERS TAKE NOTICE The boxers who1 are entered for the tournament Monday night are requested to pbaerve the fol- io vying Competitors are ...requested to be at'the.Sherman Theatre, if possi- ble1 between 7 and. 7.30 to mie'i the promoters, where .the entrants will weigh m, take their instructions, and, prepare for the. bouts. must try and ap pear for the bouts with regulation athletic costume, in shoes without or in socks. A bathing suit wilt answer the purpose of a costume. The promoters will prbvidc.for those unabls to se- cure their own costume. CHESS PLAYERS NOTICE A Huff el I of Royal Vieu H anxious tbf hwTof any chess .enthusiasts that might lie in town, for t'ue ob AMERICAN Washington I, York p. Philadelphia 2, .Boston St Louis 1, Detroit 1 Chicago-Cleveland, r.un FEDERAL Kansas Citv 1, St. Louis 0. Kansas City 1, St.; Louis ond Indianapolis 0, Chicago 1. Bicokhn 7 Baltimore 1, Bufialo 2. AM. ASSOCIATION No games scheduled today INTERNATIONAL Newark 3, Rocliester 8 Baltimore 3, Buffalo 1. Providence 2, Toronto" 3. (Sec- WESTERN CANADA WON" 5 TO 0. Medicine Hat, Sept 1 Man Buckles did his usual stunt, al- though ths Tironks' six errors helped score some, two of the five being earned, SUM OLT Retina, Anllcrs took the firfat of (He -gJlmes to w in the pennant 1 IIP could not hit Concannon, uhile Uottorh was found, in four innings AfcMumU Mill second S4cker, made pretU un- asstbled double Scoit, 4 to 0 QI Saskatoon, bcpt I Heu- iU htld the Quakeis lo tour hits to ilaj, while Noithrup touclKd for IN HEAS1T OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE "Twelve Slorirsof Sold Comfott" In the centre of thinffa-llicntrc! and stores on both sides, guildintc filccl ancl marble. EDROPBAK J.yop With p.r NATIONAL New York Boston Chicaso St. Louis 1-ittsburg C nc.nnati Philaiiclpliia Brooklyn tib (IG 52 B'i 59 (.1 bl 62 L Pot 61 -.561 .550 520 512 MERCHANTS TO INVADE Fast Auto Drivers to Show on Hohday Afternoon Marfenrl Jta Sept The Weat- ein Can-Ida racing team, a bunch of dare-devil auto drivers, ten. in, mim- bei, nnir ret-encn shown m Cal- gary, are, going to give arr .exhibition "tfacleod on the holiday afternoon' 'at oclocl This be the big at- traction or the day, and the town will turn out to see merchants hurn-up the gasoline. The -racers will show neit at .Leffi, bridge. 56 56 .54 51 AMERICAN Philadelphia Bostcn Washington Detroit Chicago York St. Louis Cleveland FEDERAL Indianapolis Chicaeo Baltimore Brn'oklyn Rufia'o Kcnsr.s St Louis Pittsburg 18 fit IJ8 i.7 427 The team is headed by Miss Lil- lian Bennett, driver 171'ot worlh This damtv little girl jggi will be seen m actual competition 458 with tne tm6s tne 451 team, and she will also do an exhi- I ition mile m a iavorite Regal :Racer. The following is a list of the seven rac ng cars and their drivers Miso Lallan Bennett and her little Regal 5.2 J racer Hex Thomas and his Ameri- Dreadnought, "Cap" Beunett and hij specially cans-tructed Stearns, Flying Franv Fitch and his Russel J'aul Didsmore driving the Fautail Special Warn Lathrop with his Vppuscn, and Earl Kirby at ths wheel of the big red 1 his line up constitutes one ot the biggest and most complete outfits ol racing cars and drivers gather- ed together in Cajiada The racers next at Leih- 311 443 LETKBRIDGE HORSE WON AT CARDST0N The Bookmaker, owned Skinnard of Uiis city, and driven by ]fl safeties and Tski noi won first of it Kiirman WM c-ssj ill the dual scrips 4 lo 0 i the Tree for All at Cardslon, v in. ning In tbioe heats Patriblic Nev York women aic mi; (o eat vegetables Tnstoad of meat U that the tho'-c who oideroft lobster haven't lor- jrolten what lite. be- led ownV! of dogs ank chang mg thtit namet Irom Kaiser to JoKrpj and Point are te rifling the question bridee Regularity cabbage tastes ol whether or not ilwc a dog named is an to1 jou of the it an. absolute for good health Unlen tttt waste mittcr from the food wWcfc collects there is got nd ol at a day, it decays and tlw hole liody, cauMne biliousceM, fcsfion and sick headaches. Sam other harati nwnenl imnite the delJcaM Wnj of db Dr Morse's Indian the bowels rfTectivdy witbwiit tawg, NcLeowi or trifMf. Utt Indian Root i ;