Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, SEt'TEMhntX 8, 191 r, THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRBB NATIONAL w. TMltladclp.hia M -Brooklyn 70.. j Boston St. Louis Chicago New Vouk Pitts-burg Cincinnati 115 70 liO )loston Novf Voi'k Hasan and Cibw'ty Dooin. Philadelphia...... Brooklyn McQuillan and tad Miller. 'Cincinnati J'itlsburg Tonrv and Wingo Cooper' and (i-ilison. Chicago 7 12 3 II "I'orriU 1'cl. .502 .5-12 .328 .-189 .471) .-n-i .157 1 1 anil Ty I'olili is still leading the Am- erican liltt-ib and liase stealers in a i i i vii 11 in iv -a f _ Jif''C y 11" "in 5 fashion that louts good thus far tins Francisco, defeated and has it oil all 'Ills team- SlnnU- Korcst Hills, X. V., Sept. 7. A national tninis champion was rowned here today wlien William M. tUlt, I HI (111" Meadows, Robinson and AMERICAN :i a .1 i ii I ami Ai-cher; Snyiier. 78 SS Till 51 50 Boston Detroit Chicago Washington New York St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia .Washington i Philadelphia Gallia and Williams Knowicson and McAvoy. Second Washington Philadelphia Rice and Williams Haas and Lapp. 59 liS 78 SO 'Pet. .604 .BIO .595 .535 .305 .385 .206 8 5 Ii 5 Anker, :s for run-getting. Fete ami whose showing has been 'uis urchilli' watched by many, Is Rivc" lionalist i-cdil for three wins and a loss. 'hen- arc not many players in any of the leagues making great strides n tlie batting positions, the Ameri- an and Federal batsmen being the norc numerous above, tlie .300 mart. Only nine men in the National are tlie pill about over the .duu figure which shows credit must be given the- pitchers in this league as .Maurice K. llcLougii'iin, t'iso of (iulden Gain city, in a gruelling lour- in 5 Killingham, i 9 1 1 Mitchell and Si. Louis Cleveland Patke and Agncw; Euan. Detroit R ChicaRo ..................10 Datiss; Bola'n and gtanagc Russell, Scott and Schalk. KIMV York............... S Boston 5 fi Jloeridge. and Kreiger Shore, Col- lins and Cady, Carrigai FEDERAL 58 lit 53Q .5811 Pittsburg 78 Newark 07 St. Louis (ii) Chicago 70 Kansas City GS Buffalo (i' Brooklyn Baltimore '13 Brooklyn 1........ 6 Newark 0 3 Finncran and Land; Rculbacb and First game- Chicago St. Louis Hrcnnan and IVilsi find Hartley. Second Chicago 3 St Louis 2 llendriv and Wilson Watsnn Chapman. Pittshnrg Kansas City 2 0 Knetzer and Berry Cullop, ger and Easterly. 0 n 3 S Davcnpor 1 0 and Ber- more famous inteina- winning at and Ilius preventing, for another year at least, the former champion's hope of clinching perman- ent possession of tile huge silver all- bowl. With two legs already tlie trophy, Mc- to his Loui'hlin made u sensational battle to take it back to San Francisco will. ior all time, but neither physically or with racquet battery he able, to compete with bis veil as the fast fielding put up. younger opponent. FERNIE IRAN'S BODY RECOVERED -IINJURED BOY RECOVER- ING COA1. CREEK CAR- NIVAL A SUCCESS Sept, Us'-- The ileatll i.f .1. Wisniowk- wsti, mentioned m last night's wire. was caused by a fall over a iliff about 25 feel, high, at the top 01 what is illlin-r. as "The log" at tlie upper end of 3 deep gorge which is nsrd as a ladder by those going up the Three Sisters mountains. The man was accompanied by (ioacck, who had been with him "n the mountain bunting wild goats. Coroner WilKes, 1 tiiit-rtakcr Thorn- son, and Constable Mi-IJoualil went up late yesterday cv.-riim; to bring back the body, but limling il a ver h St Louis. Mo., Sept. enporl pitched a no-lilt, no-run v game, here today, and enabled- v St Louis to shut out Chicago. tn 0. in the first game of a doubleheader, but the visitors, v iu a ninth-inning rally, took Luc, soeond game, 3 to 2. Only to Chicago men reached first v base in Davenport's game. ME mm ARE HI task and the night bring very they hart to remain until day- light, bringing the body to the mor- gue at 8.30 this morning. An inquest wit. be held tomorrow evening. Johnny Carlson, the tioy who lost a foot yesterday by Iji-ing run over by a moving train ;it the south end 01 the Great Northern yards here, is doing well at the hospital after hav- ing his leg dressed by Dr. Moore. The boy was trying to board a train and missed his footing, falling under the wheels. Me is the son of Mrs. Carlson, one of the oiliest inhabi- tants oi'Fernic. Carnival a Success The carnival held PLANS FOR BASEBALL ASSOCIATION Calgary, Alta.. Sent. to ruin the second game, between the Hustlers and the Jiearcats was called off. Instead a meeting was held of representatives from the Edmonton and Calgary leagues, when tentative Baltimore-Uuffalo, postponed, wet grounds. INTERNATIONAL Montreal............ Montreal............ Harrishurg........; Providence......... Rochester Kcchestor... Hichmonrl Jersey City Toronto Toronto AM. ASSOCIATION Louisville........... i Indianapolis Cleveland.-........... 9 Columbus actual time was had IS hours' Mr-rrick- Tbey were in good shape. broke the provincial high jump record I miles jn 3S 33 minutes and 27 Frascr, the, high school rug-j seconds. TI-_ by star and good all round athlete, Hours, but they had and .Joe iUldolpb, the. old-timer at the game. To the latter the honor he clearing 5 feet ii inches, u-llile Fraser fell at fi feel ,i inches, the former record being 5 feet -H in. In acknowledgement of these achieve- ments gold medals suitably inscribed will to these athletes by ,ns was the order in the evening at the club'rooms. Worthington and ff. R. Puckey were masters of csrc- inonies, and ".the Coal Creek ladies were not behind the people of other towns in thoir cheerful working for the patriotic funds. The Kernie Ex- celsior Hand supplied the music. The games and sports were inter- j fcred with 'to -some extent by the un- propitious weather, hut were well contested. Many of the aie still to be 'awarded in events which Had to be held over. COOPER WINS RACE ,LS IN NATIONAL TENNIS Forest Hills, K.Y., Sept. ice E. McLongblin, twice winner of the national tennis championship, and considered .by many tlie best player n j attempt to regain -bis lost laurels to- c [day, in the final round of the cliam- pionshin toiinianient at tile West Side of a 500-mile motor_race. Earl Coop_- Tennis club The man wil, raco tlie former champion is William M. __. Snellilis, one of the most spectacular an est [InUhBi; ever witnessed at the end of a 500-mile motor race. Earl Coop- er, of iLos Angeles, Saturday, won the first motor Derby over the 'new Twin City speedway. Cooper was less than oiie second ahead of bis teammate, Gil Anderson of Indianapolis, who fin- ished second. The official time of the two cars was: Cooper, 5 hrs. 47 mins. sees; Anderson, G hrs.. 47 rains. 30 sees. Cooper's average speed for the race was 86.35 miles per hour. in the world, will, weather permitting-, Tolinston, concfiieror of R. Norris Wil- iams, the present title holder and the sensation of the tournament. BIG RACE PLANNED St. Paul. ;Minu., Sept. Dariq Resta, Ralph de Palma, "Bob" Burman and Freddie .O'Do race 100 and i-TeQQie .uj.ioiiiit.Mi win arrangements were made for the for- on Ulo Slleuingj nio- mation of an Alberta Amateur Base-jtor lloxt Sunday for a, purse of S500Q of which will go to hall association. Messrs. Gerrie ami McPherson of the Edmonton league were named a committee to draft a constitution which will be a meat- ing to be held in CaSgary on the same day as the annual hockey meet- ing. An endeavor will be made to have representatives at the nest meeting from every amateur'league in tbe pro- MOTOR BOAT RACES Chicago. III., Sept. isats- of the series of races to decide the American speed boat champion- ships were to be raced here today, with ten of the country's fast craft en- tered in the competition. The races will continue tomorrow and Thursday, and in addition to the national cham- pionship, the winner will be awarded the Wrigley trophy. The events will be run over a 30-mile course. the winner, ?2500 to second place driver, to third and to fourth. Announcement of the race was made here yesterday. NORTHWESTERN Tacoma..............21'Spokane Vancouver-Seattle, rain. THUNDERER WINS FUTURITY New York, N.Y., Sept. er, owned by.L. S. Thompson, won the rich Futurity Stakes for two-year- olds nt Belmont Park, Sunday. Bromo, a stable mate, was second, and R. F. Carmen's Achievement, third. The distance was six furlongs, and the time 1.11 4-5- Achievement was an added starter. EFFECT OF STORM IN SOUTHERN STATES K1LBANE AGAIN A WINNER Cedar .Point. Ohio, Sent. Kilbane of Cleveland, featherweight champion, had little'trouble in defend- ing his title against Alvia Milner of Loraine, Ohio, in a 12-rouud bout, here, yesterday. Milner was on .the defensive most of the time. CLASH OVER BOXING SHOW Columbus. Ohio. Sept. 0 of the iXational Guard was called I out here today Sheriff Elly of Al- len county, to prevent promoters from staging a boxing show ill which plllon of Indlananolis and "Yankee" Gilbert of New York were to appear iu the principal bout. SENT BACK AGAIN Nearly all of last spring's second Alexanders have been sent back to the minors. The only Alexander left is the original. Tlicsr pictures the wreckage (inhesion's sc.nvall .uul of pavilions and buildings built on it caused by the West Indian hurricane lasl week. The damage amounted lo tens of millions and 200 lives were lost. ARE VERY LOVING 7Am and Brcsnaban are getting along nicely, as usual, just like a hyena and a leopard. POLO BEATS IT Polo goes baseball two better, and plays quadruple headers. Some of these, days K sport will be invented which will never exceed its normai or regular limits. Come to Mac's AND SET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OH RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Price! In Bicycle. Repairs and Goods Cannot Be Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D.LMacDonald 9th StrMt -1032 Perfect Gum- is small in cost, big in benefit. Joy immense for 5 cents. It's toothsome, soothing, refresh- ing. Made clean clean air-tight against all impurity. No wonder its sale exceeds all others. They've rhymed King Cole Till the poor old soul Has had to take a rest; NOW throned in state King Spear the Great Reigns wisely and with zest! Teeth, breath, appetite and digestion all have steady, ready friends in these Wrigley mints. Two flavors. MADE IN CANADA MM. WRIGLEVJR.C New Factory ONTARIO'S'LATEST.GOLD FINDS Loan of is Authorized for New School at Cardston to the current issue sol the Liberia the Cirdston school district has been authorized bv the1 department of education to borrow the sum of SoOOOO for tlra erection 01 a new brick school build- ing h is understood that work ib being commenced on the new build ing. Map shows -the-location of gold dmoveiies neai Uatheson ind their position nil'i regard to Cobalt ind other mining cinips Tlie KowUnah is shown on the mip, the new Held being neir the C N H as well is, N.T.H. .lines O- Magmth Flower Show M.igrata, arnL Children's j Flower and X'ehelable Fair was iiclHj i yesterday in the liall. The 'Women's Institute, under vyhose aus- pices conducted, has 'worked [hard to make the event, an unnuali-- success ami the large minrter.pt- !entries ivtjie' ex- Mreme. Mrs. Harold'Wood, president i of the Institute, asserted-- that., the ilinc of exhibits surpassed those.'.of illagrath's recent agricultural-- laif. The liennett boys captured the rrize for the best showing of vegetables, while the little Parkinson girls swept a good part, of the prize list in flowers. The Paulscn boys also had a fine lot of flowers. The. fair-closeil with a. dance ior the kiddies. Claiulr Hughes PHONE 1S07 -Crsar-'-L and Wesley Church; Teacher of; Singing, Theory, Sight Singing, Eor Training Pupili prepared tor Old Country or Canadian .Examination. 327 11th Street South.