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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1915 THE L E'T'H'BRIDGE DAILY HERALD "AGE THRCT 12th Annual Labor Day Sports Drew Big Crowds CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Girls up to 8 Ynusld, Margaret (iiirlglc'y, Doris llobcits. Boys up to lilght years Albert .Qilini.c, N1 I'atcrson, Allan nidpath. GirlsiS to 10, 1st race-Emily Mit- chell, .Marion Hurrcll, Mary Hamliw; Kcuoml race, I.oni Frache, Annie Krnprnack, Kilith JlcGunn. Bovs, S to 10, 1st ilho liundrcil yard dash, open. minsworth, .1.' Alellitig, ami A. Spuico was the order in which they hit the tape. The race was a last lively to win. Tlic csg and spoon race was nil tats'owing the Jack of icats werc rnn and the eight Arthur '.Johnson second race, Andrew Alan- skir, .Ine Koshunack, M. 1'eUuuia 3cil ran-, tido.'Janoszik, John Chu- mick, Hobcrl, Croplcy. Girh .Jean Logan, Kate Annio 1'isko 3nd race, }Jnry Morris, Margaret I'opsoh, Agnes Jar- Tic 3rd rate, Elnor Burrcll, Kate Krogofsky. Lizzie Wishart. Hoys, tun Tambor, 'Alex Hartley, A. Catching 'live Crop- Icy and H. Cropley. The kiddies were then treated to 'the fruit. Somc'stollar baseball play- ing was .seen among the cruwd. Oranges, anplcs, plums and pears werc thrown from the judges' stand and were grabbed up eagerly by the forest oi.uplifted hands. .r.ignt iiciiin -ii Ahrcn, Jack j winners ran the final. Vern Glauvil o lirsl, Doris second; and OatlirriiK! Lindsay third- and C. K. Urandow, Ilin'iiidRCS in the baby contest, had grrai. dilliculty in picking the win- ner The large platform on Hic'staml was fillfl with mothers and Ibcir bal-cs and after great deliberation thev awarded the priM to Mrs: 'luck- wcl'l's baby, not yet six months'old. one-mile bicycie race was .t good rice, and provided much en- thusiasm. A. (i. Stance, who is ac- complished in this particular line of athletics, had no difficulty in wn- ping from a licld of seven. F. Stowe was second, and II. Parsons, third. Dunswoi'th again captured the first money in the -HO vatd ironl n licld'of four. Archie Stewart was a The sports for the older people then I close second, held the boards. The first one of j Pauline Stcakley won the nan tllCEC was the Old lien's race. After driving contest, with May 1 isuo sec- hundred yards in fast i oml. time A. Nciiiig nosed out his oppon- In the musicians A. t'- cut, Harris, who put up a good Spence was first with Mike Seaman exhibition. I second. The ladies' race came oil next, and j Considerable difficulty was was won by Miss Seaman from a, ciiceii in i. awarding the prize in the field of good runners. Miss meed in'awarding the prize in the however, her sprinting ir.arricd women's race. Ihc first heat nbilities, in no mean manner. was so doss that it was considered What was probably the most ex-i a dead one. It was run again, and citing event during the afternoon save j Mrs. Knowldcn came first with Mrs. the ijiotorcyelc races, ihc iug-' Peart second. of-war between the Kentish Men and The relay race was the last on BASEBALL NATIONAL W. Philadelphia GO Brooklyn 118 Boston 65 M St. Louis 113 Pittshun; OS 118 Rn BO Now York SI) Cincinnati 57 CO Saturday Philadelphia New York 2 Pet. .5111 .586 .524 .189 .481 .-180 .192 JJomarco and Killifer; Schauor and ft 10 1 2 Kantleh- Chicago... iltBlnirs. Vaughn ami BresuahJru Kelly aL'd Gibson. t........ L G 1 2 9 2 Tim inulngs. lavender and Hargrove; Adams and Murphy. St. Louis.............. 3 12 .'1 Cinclnniiti.............. 4 4 Amos and Snyder; Dale and 0 i 0 (I ]o 0 Del] and Hill; Nehf and Sunday Game Cooper and Gibson; Zabel, Ames and Kin's rove, O'Farrell. St. rain. Louis-Cincinnati: Postponed, Monday Games :ihe Miners. The pull was the best two out of three, and the former won two straight alter a most fatiguing gruel linjr.. program. A. CJ. Spenco's team, con- sisting of Stewart. Clarke. Dunsv.'orth and Campbell won easXy from the other team. Chicago St. Louis......... 3 5 0 Pierce, Lavender and Archer; Salee and Snyder. Cincinnati.............. U 1 0 P 1 Scheidcr and Wingo; Manimaux, Kelly and Gibson. Second game: Cincinnati.............. o Pittsburg-.....'... 5 S 3 McKenry, George and Wingo; Har- mon and Gibson. Lyle Fairhitrsl and Joe Kcrko were! The committee in charge of the' sports credit for the success 'the only onro entered 101 tlie hoys 14 to 16, hundretl yunlsiracc, and the former v.-on comparative ease. Alien Hardy ami Pauline Bleak ley second, was the order of winners in the girls' 14 to Jfi, hiin- dreil .yards. It was a pretty race and winners were, given a good riin Jor tlieir money. There were.only three entries in Boston New York.............. -iinghes. Tyler and Gowdy and Meyers. liS nothing quite so comforting parched throat as Boston............... 0 2 dTiiTNunainakyr; rosier and Cady. Second game: Now York.............i 5 6 Bos Ion Cftldwdl and Njmamakcr; Kuth and Ciffly. FEDERAL w. Piliiburg ?1 Newark IM Kansas City St. Louis Chicago Buffalo Brooklyn HaltWore Saturday Games ir, 2 10 12 0 J'ackard and ...290 o Newark................ 2 i Young, Johnson and Owens; Beli- ard, Kaiserlins and Harideu. Chicago............... G Kansas City............ 1 .Brown and Wilson; .Johnson, anis and. Easterly, Brown. St.. s 1 Comstock, Hearrm and Berry; Dav- enport and Hartley. Xewark Monday Games Brooklyn 1( Kaiserling, Milliard Rariden; Bluejacket and Land. Second game: Brooklyn............... 1 Newark............... Fallcenberg and Land; Seaton Hariden. of the afternoon. Those who were on Second game: the committee were Messrs. .lones, Boston Tuck-well and Morris. They were as-j New York sisted by other1 members of the and' ir council anil labor unions. n.......- The Red Grots society ladies were 271 512 1 j Stroud pittsburg-Kansas City: Both games postponed: Wet grounds. 0 2 1 4 8 0 Tesreau and busy all afternoon piling confection- Philadelphia a Brooklyn Alexander and Killifer; CombB and -Miller. ery at the grounds: and realized good sum for Hie Red Cross. E. McKenzie Winner of Both Motor Cycle Events Riding an "Indian" at a terrific fate for the two races, five miles each, E. J. MacKenzie, we'il-known iLetlrbridge boy, cnjitured the Ray- mond Cup, emblematic of the motor cycling cliampionshin o[ Southern Al- berta, and the Wright emblematic of the city championship, at the sports hfe'id in connection with the La- bor Day the Exhibi- tion grounds, yesterday afternoon. The motor cycle races were un- doubtedly the most thrilling and ex- citing of the events yestflrflay, and also the best exhibition.of racing ever seen on track. The men who took .part in the race are in .1 high class for amateurs, antl could safely com- pete against mosL of the experienced riders. The race for the Raymond Cup etaftcd at 2.SO, and after trying out their machines, MacKenxie, Taylor Priest entered; Tnylor had the misfortune to hare engine trouble on the third lap, and was of the race. Priest and MacKenzie continn ed, with the latter always in the lead. Harry Pilling, who was appointed starter by- the riders, flagged the rac- erg a lap .too soon, and stopped on the ninth lap, whi'ie Priest went an'extra lap, making a total of ten. The Raymond donors of the contended that Priest had won. It was a mistake of the starter, anil Priest was flagged the same as 'Mac- Kenzie, so .Priest declined to take the cup, an.i decided to rim anj3xtra_mile. Mackenzie won this, and cup, Prient takinp second prize, which was six gallonfi of motorcycle oil, don- ated by H. A. Mavity of the Prairie City OK Co. The second race for the city trophy was the better one of the two; Tay- lor's machine had been fixed, and on trying it out found that, everything was going smoothly, so ho entered again finished second to MacKenzie, winning the case of [the Arca'de Pool "MADE IN CANADA- Price Announcement Effective Hugust 2nd TOURING CAR" RUNABOUT S480 TOWN CAR Fully equipped except Speedometer. F.O.B. Ford, Ontario.! THE GARAGE Virtue rd AVi. PHONE 6 10 0 Cheney, Chicago 5 n I St. Louis.............. 4 12 3 ilcConnel'i and Wilson; Willett and Hartley. 1 0 Buffalo Baltimore.............. Anderson, and Allen; .'..eclair anil Second game: Philadelphia............ 3 a 2 Brooklyn 7 14 0 Rixey and Killifer; and Me- Carty. AMERICAN ff. L. Pet. Boston S3 .41 .671) Detroit 85 45 .654 Chicago 77 53 .592 Washington (fl 58 .536 New York 55 65 .173 St Louis 50 "S .391 Cleveland 79 .388 Philadelphia 36 S7 ..293 Saturday Games Boston............... 3 fi 3 Philadelphia............ 2 6 2 Leonard and Carrigan; Bush and, Lapp. New York.............. 3 11 S Washington 4 S Brown and N'u'namaker; Beohltag and Henry. Detroit............... 2 5 3 St. Louis.............. "14 0 Dubuc and Baker; Weilman and Agnew. Detroit............... 2 70 St. Louis.............. 1 4.1 Boland and Stanage; Koob and Sev. eroid. Cleveland.............. 570 Chicago...............' 0 5 2 Callamore anil O'N'eill; Faber and Sehalk. Sunday Games Detroit............... 4 S I St. Louis.............. 2 7 2 Coveleskie and Stanage; Hoft and Agnew. Cleveland.............. 60 1. Chicnso.............. 0 S -3 Coombe and O'Neill; Scott, Davis and Sehalk. Cleveland 3 5 3 Chicago............... 452 Carter Walsh, and Sehalk. Detroit 11 St. 5 12 1 -lames.- Oldhara and Stanage; ler and severoid. Monday Games Washington 5 11 3 Philadelphia 1 Ayers and Henry; Sheeban and. McAvoy. Second game; Washington Philadelphia Second game: Baltimore.............. 2 5 2 Buffalo S 10 1 Suggs and Owens; Krapp, Bedient and AKen, Ahotil. two tiionsaiul people v.'unt to i tht: Stanipedi! at the hall yai'k yester- day, and a splontlid or ing and roping. The crowd got their iiioney'ii worth, as there was .-..icUiIng (loins the whole afternoon. It is evident that the LeUibridge dis- trict still lias many of the hcst riders in the connlry. The affair demonstrat- ed tho calibre of the local rid- ers. A bis bunch of horses that did some wicked bucking were brought in from tlio Hyssop and Whitney ranches, also a bunch of range cat- He. There were no long waits, and "Charlie Clmnlin" worked hard all afternoon pulling off some original and amusing atunts. The local riders are contemplating putting on another Stampede in Oct- ober, probably on Thanksgiving Day. and will probably make it an annual event. Stanley Wnitney, Canada's fancy roper, gave an exhibition of roping that pleased the crowd. .Mrs. Whit- ney also did some clever work with the rope. Another feature of .Mr. j yesterday was twirl-j iug a rope- while seated on his horse, j winch lay down, and at command the horse again rose with the rider in the saddle still twirling the rope. Among the riders yesterday was Constable Hell, who rode several horses successfully, but who was thrown by Skyrocket, a gray outlaw from the Hyssop ranch. Stanley Whitney roile his horses successfully, among them being Hat Many veteran smokers wouldn't- think of leaving a cigar store without a package of QJhidrtB (10 for MADE in CANADA i. 10 on Zi.. CkicW CANADIAN CHEWING GUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO dared there was a strong odor of ligh explosives, and stated'that the iiesperian had a six-inch' gun on joard-which "hr.d been painted a ser- vice grey, and not have been conspicuous at short range, and pro- jably would not have been observed, at ail through the periscope of a sub- marine." of tad ones, as was also Sam Woolly Hyssop rode hi The Ambassador's message contin- ued: "Some wounded and invalided soldiers were aboard, travelling on in- otlier passengers." cablegram from oi nau ones, as 'was mso ouiu untmi'. Woolly Hyssop rode his horse sue-! Consul I-'rost stated that the Hesper- eessfmly, as did Ollie 1'orrett. Pro- fan she was tor- fessor Berry managed to stay with iged to stay the horse lie drew, as did also Kec McLean, Frank Whitney and Dave Whitney, the latter of whom drew a couple ot bad ones. Tom Coin anil William Hyssop Tom Coin anil William Hyssop N Y., and IJarney gave a couple of pretty exhibitions of Grand Rapids, N.Y. Both w roping do.ublc. once with one man tjle struck." bind the saddle, and once with two Promis. viol! pedoed. "The Allan Hue believe-there were no American tho mes- sage said. "Two American stewards were saved; Francis J. Dallas of B.uf- falo, N.Y., and IJarney McMillan, ere below B 9 1 0 2 Harper and Williams; Xabors and McAvoy. St. Louin-Detroit: Both games poned: Rain- Monday Garms Cleveland ,v....... 1 9 2 Chicago 7 12 0 K'lepfer, Carter and O'Neill; Cicotte and Sehalk. Second game: Cleveland.........'..... 0 2 Chicago.............. 11 0 Brcnton, Collamore and O'Neill; Benz, .Tones anil Meyer. New York INTERNATIONAL 5, 'Providence 6. Montreal' 3, Jersey City 5. Montreal-2, Jersey City 2. Richmond 0. Toronto 1, Richmond 3. Rochester 3, Harrisburg 4. Rochester -I, Harriabiirg 5. Sunday Montreal 1, Jersey City 4. Jersey City 1. AM. ASSOCIATION Saturday Milwaukee 2. St. Paul. 3. MK-waukee 1. St. Paul 5. City 3, Minneapolis 4. Kansas City S. Minneapolis S. Cleveland 4. Indianapolis 4. Louisville-Columbus, rain. Sunday Game! Milwaukee 3, Minneapolis 1. Kansas .City 2, St. Paul 5. Louisville 2, Indianapolis 1. V Monday Games Cleveland 4. Columbus 1. Cleveland 2, 4. Louisville 0. Indianapolis 5. Louisville 3. Indianapolis 6. Minneapolj's B. St. -Paul 2. Minneapolis 2, St. Paul 5. Kansas City a, Milwaukee 4. NORTHWESTERN Monday Games Tacoina B, Spokane 2. Tacoina 3, Spokane 5., Vancouver (i. Seattle 5. Vancouver 0, Seattle a. 'HEADQUARTERS "MOVED Chicago, HI... Sept. head- quarters of the Federal league will be moved irpm Chicago to New York on, Mo'nday, September 6, according to formal announcement made here oy Janies A. Ollmore, its president. Mr Gilmore said was ne- cessary, because a club will be plac- ed in New York and a ball park built. men in the saddle, 'with one foot in a stirrup. '.Burner Gwatkin and OMe Porrett also rode double, and manag- ed to stay with their horse. Bill Brown, the colored hoy from the Hyssop ranch, was .one of those who were "unseated, but gave a nice, exhibition of riding. OIHe Porrett, Constable Bell, Joe Cass, Dave Whitney and Burney Gwat- 1 kin gave a great exhibition of steer riding. The steers from the ranch did some real bucking, tout the boys all managed to stick to the hurricane deck. Professor Berry ,.U1OT.U. tried to bulldog a steer, but although he gamely made the attempt (lid not manage to put the animal on its back. .Frank Whitney, who does some real fancy work with the rope, displayed his ability in front ot the grand stand, although he was handicapped by using balled ropes. riders, promoters and the public, were well satisfied with the way the Stampede went off, and no doubt a big crowd will turn out to see the exhibition in October. German Promise Violated Paris, Sept. general ehorus of "We told you so" arises in the French press, commenting on the Hes- perian incident. Nowhere Is surprise expressed, hut everywhere the thought is expressed that "now Am- ericans will realize the of Ger- many's word." Le Temps says: "Except for re- sults, the crime exactly parallels the attack on the Lusitania and the Ar- abic. If Americans were tempted by love of peace to entertain any illu- sions about the value of concessions offered by Count von Bernstorff, the Hesperian incident must recall them harshly to the reality." The Journal des Debats says: "Be- fore the ink is dry on Germany's pro- mise it is violated. Surely 'this will convince even America." The Liberte comments: "German promises were intended to influence Wilson to obtain a .pax-Genmanica. When the attempt was shown to b2 fruitless, German behavior resumes the usual course." The Lanterne says: "Treaties, con- ventions and contracts are (or -the nation of 'kuitur' merely boob'traps. But will Americans always be No Doubt Torpedoed Washington, Sept. of- ficers of the sunken liner .Hesperian joint affidavit forwarded to the -Slate department to'daVr-declared that, from fragments of steel "which fell on the deck, it was .undoubtedly shown that the ship was struck by a torpedo. Had Run on Board' Commander Main'and the first and in neriect second officers of the Hesperian' made m pcntct whjcl, werc by Am. Come to Mac's AND SET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Priew In Bicycle and Goods Cannot Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AOENT D. E. MacDoniW Phonf IWZ, R. Nimmons W. Willctts J. Livifi R. Scott Tomatoes arc rotting in the' fields in Kssex Ont., due to the market being overstocked. menta flew about the deck, with large quantities of water. They 'also With a eteen th-at condition and sec- at Queensfown. ond annual Labor Day UoiUiiK lour that the torpedo naraent provided a great s bpo feet Scotch "me o' bowls The large cii-jlow the water line, and that steel -frag: try list made it necessary to play Ion both the Empire and Gait Gar- dens, the two rinks from the Empire club being I eliminated from the first round, the-games in the second or other rounds were played on the Gait Garden greens. A of old country howlero made the. game more interesting., their playirix to- gether with the brilliant worn of Livie, Stcete, R. Scott, Oliver, Wil- letts, Crawford, KirkhaSi and Hugh Scott contributed io as line a day's sport as could te desired. Below is given in part the rinks and also the names ot winners and runnels up in each event. The singles will be con- tinued Tuesday evening, v.'heii all those desiring'to play will report at 7 o'clock sharp on the Gait Garden greens. Preliminary Stcclc................10 Cobblcdicf S J. R..Oliver.....17 F. Ford ........12 First Round Stcelci...............I" Clarke B Or T Marrs.....11 Adams 3 R. Scott...........11. .Oliver ....10 R. Howson.......17 J. Marnoch .12 Second Round Howson.............12 O. T- Marrs 8 R. Scott............10 Sleclo 8 Finals P. Fox W. Scott C. Aird 12 Howson 8 The doubles rcsultsd in favor of Messrs. Livie and Scott, who played a steady, consistent game, the run- ners up being Messrs. Stccle and F. Ford. Clanrte .PH.ONE 1507 Organist and Choirmaster oT Wesley .Church, Toafher of Sinking, I'lano Theory, Sight Singing, Ear Training Pupils prepared for Old Country or Canadian Examination. 327 11th Street South. HERALD SPECIALISTS IN JOB LETTER- HEADS ENVELOPES BILLHEADS STATE- MENTS LETTER I CIRCULARS DODGERS. J POSTERS WINDOW CARDS ,J BUSINESS CARDS CALLING r CARDS MILK TICKETS BREAD TICKETS ULOTTERS MENUS PROGRAMS LIEN NOISES BADGES MEMORIAL CARDS RECEIPTS VOUCHERS INVITATION CARDS. INVITA- TIONS STOCK CERTPFI. i GATES PRIZE LISTS CONSTITU- TIONS ETC., ETC, j LEGAL FORMS OF ALL KINDS AGENTS. FOR HICK COMPANY Herald Job F. T. ROBINS, MM. PHONE ;