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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SEPTEMBER 9, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE "Ah-a With the aid of WRIGLEY5, Uik! a good follow- Many work as well as tfljL this refreshing, mint- flavered morsel helps them to "follow through." It steadies breath soothes ?the thirst- quickens digesJon. It's big value for little the: most helpful pocket companion you can carry-with you on a hot day. Aiways tasty, fresh and clean in the NEW SEALED PACKAGE BUY IT BY THE BOX and hare it alwayi on hand MADE m CANADA. Wm. Co.. Ltd. 7 Scolt Street. TORONTO. Chew it after every meal LAWN BOWLERS BIG TIME OF IT MONDAY N- Tournament Great Success-Splendid Turnout of Old and New Rink Wins, Marts' Runner-up Gait Gardens bowling green, was the of .a -.splendid day's sport am- ongst the lawn bowlers of this city on the holiday. The greens were filled 10 capacity which speaks for a game that is, pratAieally aew -to 40.out of the'65 men entered in .the tourney game was well con ;tested and each7.rink so, evenly bal- anced that the last bowl decided many a game Many old country bowlers made :their-first. appearance on the green, and to their consistent plnving imust he given the credit of aiding the .winning rinks .to iilay such.. splendid games The first round began at 10 30 sharp, and plaj continued until 6 when Dr.W.H.Marrs' rink and the rink skipped b> W 's Adams fought it out in the'finalsifor.-the Thermos bottles were donated by tl.e club is a Alter a. see saw contest the rink com posed of P Fox, J Aird J W Owens and W S Warns w ore iinallj victorious by. a score .of 17 to 12. Herewith are ghen tne names of the skips of each rink, and the results of each game: 10 o'clock draw, first round Skips Dr. G. T. Marrs 25, R. Wynne 18. Skip Hush Scott 13, Rev. Mr. Cob- Wedlelt 11. Skip Di n T- P n" Skip ;W. S. Adams 26, s. Jackson IS. 11.30 draw, first round: Skip W. Clark 22.M.T. Petts 16. Skip J Oluei 18, P bkip J Marnoch 18, R Scott U Second round (12 ends) Skip Or. W. H. Marrs -IS, ,T. F. .Llvie 10. Skip W. Clark 10, J. Marnoell 13. SKip .1. Oliver 18, Dr. G. T. Marrs 17. Skip w. S: Adams 15, Hugh Scott 10. Semi-finals Dr: W. H: Marrs IS, W. Clark 14. W. S .Adams 17, J. Oliver 13. P. Fox .T. steele Aird 0. B. Bowman J. W. Owens Judge Jackson W. S. OTTAWA CANADIAN 4. LEAGUE. CHAMPIONS When Otta'wa defeated Peter- boro on the .holiday, they cinch- ed the championship of the.Ca- nadlun baseball league for the third time in succession I DUL'UTH WINS PENNAffT WInona, Minn, Sept 8 Duluth team, managed bj Darbj 0 Brlen won the pennant in the Northein baseball league, which closed Us season today New attendance records were estab luhctl In several towns and the sea was R success noncaster, Eng., Sept. 7. The Champagne stakes for two-year-olds, six furlongs, straight run today .was .Won-by-Lord Cadogan's St. Donis Red started favorite at 11 to 10 Col Hall Walker's "Mi I ly" to 4, uas second, and Major Lod- cr Sunfire, 7 to 1, third Other itartors were quct-tl at 20 to 1 AT THE BUTTS The second competition for the Do- minion of Canada prize was shot off on Saturday, under almost perfect eon. ditions, 'with the following results McLeod One Bryans Pittard Collins Emery Ban- Marks Johnson Pilling Church' Gibson Judson Burnatt Roy Stitt Taylor Siinmonds Dawson Kirkham Smith, gins Adams Wing, ?airbrother faterson, D. C. ibbons McClintou Patterson, R. J. 31 31 31- 31 201 15 24 18 28 23 19 IS ".I an 21 11 17 19 11 in 10 21 16 14 7 33 32 29 29 23 30 26 28 25 21. 22 27 'o 14 H 16 10 18 2 10 9 16 2 2 S 2 0 91 lS-r-49- A. number of -ncjv members were down again getting accustomed to tbe ;se of the Ross rifle action and sights and some of them nut up very credit- able scores for the first time. Others of find it more difficult to adapt themselves (o the only persistent and consistent practice ev- er-made a rifle .shot. Stick to It. boys. We. hope Saturday to en- tirely obviate- the slig-ht de'iays that occurred at the. taYgets and thereby finish earlier Members runnings cars or rigs will please advise Air." One how many they can accommodate, and members wishing transportation will do likewise before Saturday noon, BEECHER WOULD TAKE TWO TO GET ONE AT RIVERG-r-JOE WON 20-ROUND FIGHT Los Angeles, .jCal., Sept. 8. Joe Rivers of Los Angeles, was awarded the decision over Willie Deecher in a 2Q-round'fight atjyer- non arena ycsterriay Rivers was conceded a clean cut victory on points, according him the betttir of IS out of the 20 rounds Contrary to .the.'.expectation of those familiar with the tactics of the two fighters, Rivers stood up to "Pee h r aud took punishment which his superiority as a ring general might have enabled him to avoid. In spite of Beecher's greater capacity for punishment, Rivers had him a trifle groggy in the ninth, round, but "ailed to follow up his advantage Patterning his ring methods somc- ivhat after the peculiarities of Bat- tlirtE Nelson, Beecher smiled at swing ing, crushing Mows "and seemed glad to take two stingeis. for one chance at Rivers with a good punch On points Kivers was hardl> di-s- iiod the decision bv any one, hut as i strong, slow slugger and a game, uiiutlding fighter in the primitive sens3 of the word, Readier had much claim lo be ranked the better man. Those Speed Merchants to be Here Friday Arc you going to give an exhibition here, That was a question put to Mr. C. H. Wooers, advance man for the West- ern Auto Racers, billed to show th-sir opeed at the Fair grounds next Fri- day afternoon. Yes, we certainty WZB Mr. Mooer's answer. Mr. Mooer continued: "We were all broken up over 'Cap' Bennett's fatal accident at Macleod on the holiday af- ternoon; but that, while a sad and ter- rible blow to us, is not going to stop us from completing our tour. We've got to rlek our lives in this game, and every man In it is aware of the fact, or should be; and when a fatality overtakes us we are not altogether dismayed. We'll bi. here Friday after- noon, and no mistake, and we'll be on deck prepared to show the people- of Lethbrldge something they have nev- er seen before in auto driving." The above cut shows the late John "Cap" Bennett, In a race with other- westerners of his nett in front driving a Stearns. BENNETT SHIELD The draw for the second round of the Bennett Shield has been made, and brhlga CalHes are drawn to meet the Calgary Callies next Saturday at Calgary. O NATIONAL New York 3, Boston 8. Brooklyn -1, Philadelphia 5. Cincinnati 3, Chicago 4. Pit-tsburg-St. Louis, rain. AMERICAN Philadelphia 0, Washington 2.' Philadelphia 9, Washington 1. (Sec- ond Hoston 6, New York 5. Chicago 1, Detroit 3. Only games scheduled. FEDERAL Pittsburg 4, Brooklyn 12. No other games (Second INTERNATIONAL Newark ii, Providence 4. Newark 2, Providbnce 5. Jersey-City 15, Baltimore 0. .Jersey City 1, Baltimore 0. (Sec- ond Toronto 4, Rochester 14. Montreal 4, Buffalo ,1 This is Positively Your Last Chance .to- Production ATLANTIS A Vivid Production of Empress of Ireland and Titanic Disasters i AM. ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 15, Minneapolis B. Kansas City 3, St. Paul i. ColUKbus -1, Cleveland 3. Columbus 6, Cleveland 7. (Second Only games scheduled. BOSTON ON TOP IN NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston New York Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Eittshurg Cincinnati Brooklyn The Most Sensational Photoplay Ever Pro- duced, with a Beautiful Love Story Sunning; Through the Entire Production. AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston Washington Detroit Chicago New Yorr St.! Louis Cleveland 80 It 78 51 65 60 67 63 63 66 58 -71 57 n, 42 87 WHITE BEATS. O'BRIEN Denver, Colo., Seiit. bite ot Chicago defeated Danny O'- Brien of Seattle In :ono round of a scheduled 10-round bout here last night. O'Brien .never had a chance. ie was khoclted twice, taking a count of nine each time The referee ;ave the decision to White. The men are lightweights. CROSS OUTPOINTS TILLMAN Hudson, Wis., Sept. Cross of New York won an easy victory over Johnny Tillman, in a tame 10-round bout here last night. Al- though he showed flashes of ahiiity, Tiliman was disinclined to remain within tile reach of Cross FLYNN KNOCKS OUT NORTON Kansas Sept Fiynn, Iho Pueb'.o firemau.'i defeated Al. .Norton, the young California heavyweight, here last night, knock- ing him out In the sixth round of their scheduled )10-ranncl bout. TRI-STATE LEAGUE WINNER Harrisbufg, Pa., Sept. Tri- State. league baseball seoson closed to- day, with Harrisburg the winner-of the pennant. Allentown finished in second place, then come Heading, Wil- mington, Trenton and Lancaster. filBBONS BEATS BROWN 'Beaton- Harbor. Sept. X Mike Gibbons ofSt Paul won the de- cision over George Brown of Chicago at the' end of a 10-round match here yesterday. Auto Races Henderson Park Fri. 3 p.m. Thrilling, Awe-inspiring Contests tlic World's Foremost -Drivers Daredevil Drivers with their Seven Side- Skidding, Space-Eating Eacing Cars A Thrill Every Minute Admission only 50 cents No Extra Charge frtr Grandstand. Empress Theatre I TONIGHT EMPRESS TOMORROW! MONDAY AND TUESDAY The Finish of the Kathlyn Series, in tills Kathlyn Williams, Iho popular Sclig Star, wll! be at hor.bcat. WHERE YOU ARE ALWAYS COMFORTABLE THE SuNGS OF Great Reala, a Comedy, Drama. Alaa Two Good Dramas, THE WIDOW OF RED aids splitting Cemsdy. thcrs Is a compltts change of Program TmlgM. and Thursday, Next Week THE CURSE OF GREED In 5 Big Acts the Oreatest Drama of the age This Is an- other of the Master Photoplays that the En., press regularly two days it each week. t, 1 '1 SO ;