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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'KlDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1915 BASEBALL THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE he will don the GOTHIC NATIONAL w. i Philadelphia '2 Brooklyn 71 Boston............... I'K St. Louis Bii Chicago "I piUsburg Cincinnati ............I'U Xeu1 Vork ...........59 in liil till US I'cl. .537 .531 .485 .480 .174 .4 lit! 3 1 1 0 Cincinnati St. Louis (L4 Dale and Wlngo Saliee, Uobinsqn and Snyder and Gonzalcs. Second Cincinnati 1 St. Louis 0 Schneider, and Winger; boat, IMUI- liass and Gonzalcs. New York J f Philadelphia Bon Scliupp and Meyers Alex- ander and' Bums. Second New York 1 f J'hiladclphia u Schaner and Dooiu Demarct and Burns and Adams. Boston ..i 2 3 Brooklyn Tyler and Whaling Pfcfier and .Mc- Carthy. ADVANCE SALE FOR BIG FIGHT PASSES York Sept. rolls oi currency arc making thcm- of scats lor the Glbbo'ns-McFarland selves evident. Gibbons has been rtll- IJRhi tomorrow had passed the ing a 10. lo 8 favorite up lo today, i SM.OIII) mark early today, according i but with the arrival of the advance i lo llic promotere show that guard irom the west, odds began to i tin- house will run over and j shorten, several wagers were record: i nrssiblv mav reach. there eel on llroaihvsy at Hi to 9 on (iib- iare seats for 1'rices range Ibons. McParland's backers arc as'.dng j from Si to anil before tomorrow for a better price, but right now it it is likely that all top price scats looks as though the boys will, enter will have "been sold. Already Isrge, the ring at even money. AMERICAN L. 43 47 53 511 118 78 82 !'ct, .66-1 .647 .509 Boston Detroit Chicago 70 Washington n Js'ew York sfl St. Louis 52 Cleveland............ 50 82 .379 Philadelphia 38 90 .297 Washington 5 9 2 New York 3 5 3 Harper and Williams Brown and [Alexander. _ Second Washington s New York 1 Gallia and Henry Picb and Kruc- gcr. Philadelphia 0 1 2 Boston 590 Knowleson and McAvoy Shore and Cady. .Detroit Cleveland Loudermilk, Danss AT and' Stallage Hagerman, Carte, and O'Neill. No other games-scheduled. FEDERAL w. '70' 9) Pittsburg Chicago Si. Louis 63 Kansas City G9 Newark Buffalo 89 Brooklyn 63 Baltimore 43 56 62 SI 61 -60 67 OS 85 Pet. .561! I New York, Sept. ,9. The hard times that are popularly supposed to bo haunting baseball magnates this year apparently have not reached the player crop. More pitchers came up out of the tall-grass at the close of last season and showed stuff enough to stick than in years. Tbe Feds un- doubtedly arc partly responsible, be- cause sixteen organized baseball big League .managers undoubtedly were more patient with the rookies this year than heretofore.. It .also is pos- sible that the requirements weren't so great this year; but whatever mav he the reason they're here. Out of a dozen classy looking young workmen, the effervescent Mr. Mam- aux of 1'ittsburg stands out like aj headlight on a lark night: Mamairx can be classed as a rookie at the start of the present season, as he didn't do enough work for Clarke last season to get his name in-tlio official list of pitchers. But he certainly is making up for. :it. ,ny..hls efforts alone, almost, the Pirates earned serious consideration as flag contenders. Take the games that he lias won out of the, Pirates' own column and it'll look rather depleted. The Pirates would be fussing with C. TIPS TO HOME GIJARDERS t'ranbrook, Sept. Quirk, one of the ffild Horw Creek pion- eers'of 1804, has gone to bis reward. Word was received in tlie city today from Portland, Oregon, that Mr. Quirk had passed away at St. Vin- Thc following circular letter sent oiii to membcrs'of the Lethbridge: Home Guard contains information oi interest to all you no doubt arc aware ibis, organization is lorined with the same object in view as that of similar organizations in Canada and lias received the recognition of the military authorities ill Kaslcrn Canada, the Lethbridirc Home Guard however has exemplified its uscful- i ness by nut only protecting the city 1 of Lethbridge but has included also the district surrounding the city. I la perfect organization has a systcni whereby 27 rural post offic- es aic now in touch with your com- mander' at police headquarters, so thai at any time should trouble arise j in the district assistance to the far- Imer ami elevator-QWIICT can lie given i iicable by the recruiting oi the Au- i toinobilc and Motorcycle Squadron, which is sulliciently equipped to move 200 armed' men in short notice to DON'T MISS THIS! Unique and Interesting Exhibit by Lethbridge Laundry Co. Show Window-Empress Theatre Blk. SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING V. of his death cast a gloo many old-timers in this ially days'. over the (m u e Bouthi uarnwcll on the city, espe- 1 and .Monarch on the west. Full the early instructions where to assemble, etc., alarm he given, is in the pos- C ran brook, B.C., Sept. rook's fall fair was formally declared open at ]G o'clock Uiis morning. Ex- hibits in all departments are weil up to the usual high standard-of excel- lence, general satisfaction being ex-, pressed on all sides. v The feature event at the grounds today was the. harness race in half- mile heats, 2 in 3. A large snip of money was waged on this race by sev- eral owners cf the competing horses. Uoran's Dutle won the first heat, with Burton's Tojisy second. Herron's othy ran into third place. The second1 heat went tn Tansy, taking' second Dorothy was again the taileiider. In tlic final heat, in which a considerable amount of excitement Dude came under the wire first, with Topsy a close second. Dor- othy also ran. It is estimated that some changed hands on this race. In the f.hildren's sports, the follow- ing were the winners: Boys under eight MacDonald, 1; Gordon Brechio, 2. Gii'ls under Carson, 1; Connie Bassett, 2. Boys under MacKin- non, 1; Russell Leask, 2. Girls under Taylor, L; Mary .Vann, 2. Boys under Druinmond, I; Gordon Argue, '2. Girls under Taylor, J; M. St. Eloi, 2. the old miners jlr. Quirk came into lilast Kootcnay with the big rush to the j session of all-guards. Perry Creek country, when four j thousand miners from j Efficient instructors have been se- learning.tif the rich strike, sought the u arc required fields of this district. Pat; lo attend, with their rifles, as many Quirt made money by Hie barrel in I drills as which at present the diggings at lite creek, and let a wee-s be said .by-, the same token, he spent i evriljngy at 7.30 at the Roy-! it freely-. It took a pack train PoHCe Barracks, iii-1 days to make the journey from Wai-: ierspuraEri- wilh route marching ac- la Walla to Perry Creek, the journey bv convenient being some- -ISO 'miles. Freight rates and weather permitting and later on .47-1 .33G F'Bilcral games scheduled yester- dav. INTERNATIONAL Jersey City Jersey Providence Richmond Kichmond...; I.Toronto 5 Montreal L >i Kochester- 1 Buffalo -1 Buffalo St. Paul............. 6 Columbus fl Louisville Milwaukee Mihvauke .Kansas City-Indianapolis, rain. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver......... I) Seattle Tacoma............. 3. Spokane PROM .R.SGINA. ATHLETES '-30Q. HAVE GONE Herzog' tor, the.cellar. Even the great Messrs. Alexander and Johnson lose a Httle of their luster beside. Mam- iJJ-iaux. Dale and Dell, Too Gene Dale of the Reds and AVheezer Dell of the Dodgers are two more chuckcrs who came up this season and have earned their spurs. have bean lingering around between .625 and .6511 all which is a pret- ty hefty mark for rookies to make their first year out, especially with clubs that haven't -been contenders all the time. Dale-has been the stead- iest pitcher the Reds have haiK The Dodgers, with Wilbert Robin- son and his weil known penchant lor 3 j developing young pitchers, have been 8 j exceptionally fortunate in getting good pitching this season. of Robinson's and been giving him a good 5 brand-of. slinging, and it is to .this 3 that Brooklyn fans owe their pen- nant hopes. Smith has made with a vengeance. Recent averages show he has been pitching .700, bJ.l. Sfsler a Real Wonder Karl Adams, the long, lanky young- ster who came to the Cubs from Jack Hendrick's Indianapolis team, also has shown stuff enough .to stick under the Big Top, though his work hasn't been of .a .sensational nature. Boland, Tigers is another whose curves have puzzled the slug- TO THE WAR Regina, Boat -cjub, which has cleaned all aquatic championships in Saskatchewan for years, 'made a wonderful showing in the recruiting world .today, when 14 vice, at the of Sergeants Otton and Roy of the 79th Cameron. Highlanders of Winnipeg, recruiting station yes- terday. JSleyen party, success- fully passed the medical.extrainations. The majority pi the hoys are con- nected with prominent business hous- es and banks-.in ..this-'city, anil have taken art active "part 'in' rugby, la- crosse and'baseball', as. well as row- ing. This makes about 300 athletes lent from-Regina since the war was ieclarcd. gers in Ban Johnson's loop consider- a-bly. Kooh and Sisfer of tlie St. Louis Browns are a'lso worthy of mention. Branch Rickey thinks he has a wonder in this Sisler, ami the youngster's work certainly has been RUGBY WILL BE PLAYED BY "BIG FOUR" AS USUAL Montreal, Que., Sept. inter- provincial "Big Four" Football .union will carry out schedule this fall aa us- ual. If the decisions reached at the last meeting of the union, he'ld in To- ronto Saturday last, are carried out. At the meeting, the Hamilton and Ottawa representatives were in favor of playing. Argonauts of Toronto were against a schedule. Tbe Mon- treal club asked time to consider and the Question was postponed in favor. At a meeting last night in. the MiA.A.A. clubhouse, a. decision was reached1 to play, and- the secre tary of the "Big Four" was advised of the decision -by them. The schedule, which has yet to be formally ratified, will be as follows: October at Argonauts; Ottawa at Montreal. October Hamilton MontreaLat Ottawa. October at Montreal; Ottawa at Argonauts. October Montreal Hamilton at Ottawa. November at Ottawa Montreal at Hamilton. November at Hamilton Montreal at Argonauts. WILL REQUISITION ALCOHOL1 STQCKS (Paris, Sept. made by'tlm Ministry- of War yester day of its intention" ,tp requisition stocks of alcohol, amounting to 20( gallons or more for the manufacture of powder, -Makers of drugs or oth er products will receive each montt sufficient! quantities alcohol for their business. Garden Vfidcr The Art Neeiilcwoi'k Club Will be given at the home of the President, J. B. Ren- ter, 1M5 6th Street South; on Thurs. Sept. 16 A sale of ftjiet W6rk will-be heU in the .afteraaon (nothing over 11.00) and in the evening there, win ;be DANCING And Drawing for We Hand Embroidered Tray PROCEIDS IN AID OF THE RED CROSS FUND. Saiberg Grain Co. Members Winnipeg Grain Exchange Now Open for Business Lethbridge Office: Ground Block Western Hay and Grain Co, C. M. LICENSED V Baird and Botterell, Winniptg and Calgary. HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF GRAIN Latest quotationi at all t'imei 'dirtct from Winnipeg, Chieaga and OFFICE, TO ALEXANDRA HOTEL. were" a ton or 7fi cents a .fl ctjcc at the" butts. pound. Whiskey cost fca.OO a glass ,_. and nails a pound. Pat Quirk, i nances like most of the earlv pioneers o[ charge is made for membership this .countrv, was a "native oi Trn- i but, any male citizen who cannot and, being "born in Clonmd. County attend drills is being so- I'ipperary. He left about two years do for Portland, where be has since_ made his home with the Sisters oi Parity of that city. !J.it Quirk has ;one to his reward. A better man icver breathed God's pure air. He 'as 90 years of age. Ceiebrate Anniversary The Granbrook branch of the Over- seas club will celebrate the fifth an- niversary of the founding of their or- der in this city next Tuesday even- ng, wlien they mvite tlie citizen; jtanbrook to an. evening of social oymentiat the Maple hall on that evening. Special preparations are un- ler way for something out of the or- dinary in ;the line of entertainment. Wlndermere Fair The final arrangements in regard to to become an honorary mem her of the organization, the fee for such membership being placed at 51.00 iunds collected from that source are- being expended for print- ing, stationary, postage, ammunition, gunny sacks for fire fighting, etc. Executive Committee j Your executive committee with Mr. A. H. McKeown as chairman, will be glad to receive suggestions from any: in ember, ii they will put the same oi j 'n when they will; receive the j en_ consideration' of the committee, as it it; the object- of your committee to ivy to make: "-Lethbridge Home Guard as efficient as possible and i with that object we ask your co-op-; cration, bearing in mind that this is j new organization which can only .he Windermere District Agricultural Fair are about complete. The exhi- ritiion 'takes-'place on the fourteenth and fifteenth of this month on the he perfected by time and experience. .To Enlisted Guards You are a credit to your King and you -are doing your. hit for ,._ n grounds of -the Dominion Government i the Empire by being p Experimental station. One prize of Home Defence, for service special merit has been given by an outside capitalist of cash to be awarded as the result of a poll to she contented settler in the dis- trict; prepared CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE. Text of U. S. Note The-following is the text of the note sent Austria: "Mr. Constantin D.uniba, Ausiro- Hungarian; Ambassador at Washing- ton, has admitted that he proposed to iiis 'government plans to instigate strikes in American manufacturing plants engaged in the .production of munitions of war. Information readi- ed this government through'a copy of a letter of the Ambassador to his gov- ernment. The 'bearer was an Ameri- can i citizen, named who was--travelling- under an American passport. The Ambassador has ad- mi'tted that he employed Archibald to beltr official" dispatches from him to his government. reason of the admitted purpose of iUr. Dumba to conspire to cripple legitimate industries of the people oE the United States, and to interrupt th'eir legitimate trade, and by .reason of the flagrant violation'of diplomatic propriety in employing an Amenjcari icitizen, protected by an American passort, as the secret bear- of official 'disatches through the lines of the enemy of Austria-Hun- San', the President directs me to in- form your excellency that Mr. Dumba no longer acceptable to the govern- ment of the United States as-Ambas- sador of His Imperial -Majesty at Wishington, believing that the Im- perial and Royal government will rc- the government of the- Un- ited States has no alternative but to request the recall of Mr. Dumba on account of his improper conduct. "The government of the United States expresses its deep regret that this course has become necessary, anil assures tlie Imperial'and Royal government that it sincerely desires to continue the cordial and friendly relations'which exist'between the Un- ited States and, Austria-Hungary." Confers With Bernitprff Now York, .N. Y., Sept. Constantin Dumba, Ambassador to the United States from Austro-Hungary, whose recall hag asked by Wash- ington, spent a good part of last night In conference with the German Am- Count von 'Bernetorff, at the latter's hotel. The two envoys were still there early this morning, when Count von Hohenlsch, an at- tache of the Austrian embassy, in answer to for aa ex- pression -regarding the action of the United States government, made the following statement: "The action :of Mr. Lansing and the titjpdrtment had been anticipat- ed in no surprise to Dr. Dumba." for any part of the district when required. Strongly encourage your friends to i join Uethbfidge Home Guard eith-j er as active oi; honorary members there should' be no' shirkers in Leth- bridge. i respectfully, JOHN .SKELTON, Officer Commanding Lethbridge !j Home Guard. God, Save the .King. MCCARTHY -SOLD TO THE CUBS NOTICE. OF REMOVAL! To All Readers: We are pleased to announce that owing to our increasing business we have removed our Grocery Store from Fifth Avenue Xorth to more commodious premises at 546 13th Street North and by strict attention to orders, telephone or to receive a share or your patronage. All our lines of Groceries are up-to-date and are. sold'aVths cheapest prices, and we also receive daily a shipment Fruit, which is on sale at the lowest'market rates. Our week-end prices should be seen, and we are confident that you will save many cents on the dollar. We take cents, so that you receive your goods at rock bottom prices. The Lethbridge Supply Co., Limited 546 13th STREET NORTH. CRANBROOK GOLF TOURNAMENT Cranbrook, D.C., first open tournament of the Invermere and Country club came to a close on the afternoon of Labor Day.. There were five leading competi. tions, consisting in the Lady Eliza- beth CUD for teams six players; Ule Invermere Golf and Country club cup; the open foursome; ladies' -competi. Those Each of the main competitions had Final details of -the contracts were cups, to the' winners The following were. the. results: for teams of mere: Darker, 1; Wedii, 0; 1; Forster, 0; Mackinuon, 3; Stock- daleT'S; total, 10. Cranbrook: Staples. 2; jrcEwan. 2; Laldlaw.'O; Supple, 3; Dr., Green, 0; iBeale, 0; total, 7. r Any team winning this three times becomes the owner of the handsome cup. Invermere Golf and Country club cup, IS holes, under handicap medal Invermere, 95-6, 89t; Crutteiiden, Calgary, 91-scr., Oi. jj The person winning, this- threeitimes Becomes the owner of the cup. "Open foursomes, match fenden and Miller, Calgary, 1; StocVS dale and Cuthbert, Invermere. competition, nine hcfles medj Si W. H. Cleleand, Inverj mere--.Miss Pitts, Invermere, 2. Consolation son, Cranbrook, 1; G. C. H: Messrs. Irving, C. Wedd, C. C- Bar- ker, A. D. MacKinnon and Outh- bert. were the committee completed Lauv cjllzaueui tui Lacuna 1 six plavers. open to all- western clubs, Afternoon tea was served each Invermere. in the clubhouse. FALL FOR CHILDREN Good stout neat appearing Shoes for School Children are a necessity at this season of the year for health and comfort. Wo have n- full range of the best in Hie mtirfcct in .Children's Shoes and can give .yon satisfaction. Bring the Children of all ages'to us lo suppl.y all their Footwear. Yon will bencrit in the long run in Extra Value''for money paid. Classic Shoes our Children's Special W. J. NELSON CO. Sherlock Block ;