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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE; FRANK CHANCE resigned as mana- ger otvthe New York American league club. resignation has been Farrell, 'president the club, but a wordy war, which at one tlms threatened to come to blows, between Chance, Farrell, and former Chief of Police William a big block of stock In thVciub, left H uncertain as to when the mana- will retire. He hnd requested to be relieved iwxt Tueiday, but It now appears probable that he will stay out the season If the club declines to pay him his full salary and relieve him on September 15. He was signed a year jjigo last winter at a salary reputed to ke upward of a year. NATIONAL W. L. Pet. Boston New St. Ptttsburg 73 m Ti U U 70 lii 87 Philadelphia Brooklyn 58 71 5S M Giants -ga-thered up a points in the past couple days on tho Braves, hutythe Boston team still has i a nice little margin in the lead. .570 .555 .533 .526 .477 .458 .460 .431 few AMERICAN W. U Pet. Philadelphia 86 46 .653 Boston 77 52 .597 1 JJctroit 70 .626 Washington ...._.......... 67 61 Chicago 63 69 .477 New 60 73 .452' St. Louis 50 72 .451 i Cleveland 43 89 .325 Note the speed of the Red Sox. Look at'them closing up on the Atli- letics. Tho Braves ore not the. only xtnes making history -in these days. The Mackmen will have to NATIONAL Saturday Games New York 0, Philadelphia 1. Nenv York 8, Philadelphia 0. (Sec- ond, gnma.} Chicago 4, Pittsbm-g 5. f Chicago 0, Pitlsburg 4. (Second Same.) Brooklyn 4, Boston 3. St; LoiilB :i, Cincinnati 1. Sunday Games St. Louis 4, Cincinnati 3. St. Louis 3, Cincinnati 2. (Second Same.) Only games yesterday. FEDERAL Chicago Indianapolis Brooklyn I Bait more i Buffalo Kansas Git) St. Louis Plttebutg 73 62 67 67 64 60 58 52 ,557 .549 .527 .504 .469 .450 113 Did you get It Look who's at the lifcop of the Federal.league today. Some I class to Tinker's learn. I WHI8T PLAYERS, ATTENTION! AH whlEtjplayera of the city are iri- to at a meeting to 'he [lell at the I North Lethbridge Realty [Co.'s street North, icn'Tuesday next, September 15, at S [p.m., for i the purpose of. forming a league tor the coming season. Dog Men ialgsry Amateur Field Trials Club holds IttfHratiAnnual Field Trials .for SETTERS, POINTERS AND POINTER GRIFFONS 'In the vicinity of Calgary, com- imenclng September 16, 1911 vDerby, All and Consolation close Sept 10th. Reason ablswttiy fses For1 full information apply to CAPT. E. S. CLIFFORD Avenue W Calgary Phone W1413. Take it to MAC He knows what's wrong; with YOUR GUN. Fifteen years' ex- perience with tho" Heading Giiu manufacturers of Europe and America. Out-of-Town work given prompt attention. 0, E, GUNSMITH Fifth Street Souil- 1032 P O Box 346 AMERICAN Saturday Games 1, New York 2. Detroit -1, Chicago '2. Cleveland 'A, St. Louis 5. Washington-Boston: Rain. Sunday Games Detroit 4, Chicago 3. SL Louis ,0. Cleveland 5. St. Louis 3, Cleveland 3. (Second game. Called: Darkness.) Only game yesterday. FEDERAL Saturday Games Kansas City 7, PULsburg-4. Kansas City: 4, PUtsburg 7. (Second game.) Chicago G, Buffalo 1. Chicago 4, Buffalo 2. (Second game.) Indianapolis 4, Baltimore 6. IndiannpoliB 1, Baltimore 2. (Sec- ond came.) St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 5. Sunday Games Buffalo 0, Chicago 1. Buffalo 5, Chicago 7. (Second game.) Only games yesterday. INTERNATIONAL Saturday Games Jersey City 3, Providence Jersey City, L', Providence 7. (Sec- nd game.) Toronto 7, Buffalo 16. Toronto 10, Buffalo 6. (Second game.) Newark G, Baltimore 3. Newark 5, Baltimore 8, {Second game.) Rochester fl, Montreal 0. Rochester 4, Montreal 2. (Second game.) Sunday Games Newark 3, Providence 2. Newark 3, Providence 7. (Second game.) Baltimore a, Jersey City R. Baltimore 1, Jersey City 5, (Second game.) Only games yesterdav AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 5, Kansas City ]0. Minneapolis 2, Kansas City 6. (Sec- ond game.) Louisville 5, Cleveland Milwaukee S, St. Paul -1. Indianapolis 4, Columbus ti, Sunday Game: St. Paul r> Milwaukee St Paul 2. (Second Cleveland Louisville- 4. Kansas City-Minneapolis: Rain. Columbus 5, -Indianapolis 0. Columbus 7, Indianapo'iia 1. (Sec- ond game.) OUT ANNEXED ID The sensation of last yeai tolfing circles of the world, Francis Ouimet of Boston, has added two dis- tinct honors to his brilliant perform- ance of 1913, when lie captured the National Open title of America, lie the amateur championship of France and America for 101-1. Ouimet made a miserable showing n England, but in the French cham- pionships, followed the play 'or tiie British title he was in rare 'orm, and captured the honors ag- Ininst the flower of the world's golf same.consistont game that marked him last year when lie leap- ed into fame. In the National amateur title tour- nament, Jerome Travers was Ouimei's opponent, travers was not under his game, although he was short on sev- eral drives, but bis younger opponent simply played consistently perfect golf. It was one of the finest exhibi- tions of the ancient game ever1 wit- nessed, and 'was followed by an un- usually large and enthusiastic gal- lery. Travers1 was so impressed at Ouimet's brilliant exhibition that he courses. Coming back to America, lost no time congratulating his oppo- Ouimet 'was defeated for the National nent at the end. Open title, the event which brought Ouimet has played steadify throngh- him fame last year. His prestige was [out the present tournament, and al- lowered considerably, until recently lie defeated America's uest golfers in the National amateur championships, though few expected him to defeat the four-time his victory was none the less meritorious. Amateur Boxers Anxious to Meet Again The all-round anil unqualified suc- cess that attended the amateur box- ing tournament held here IjDbor Day Empress Theatre An Extra Special Attraction STANLEY' .UKVLS Where You Are Al- ways Comfortable Well-known .Raritonc Singe singing at tlie Imp ftSPECT OF Paris, Sept. Uberte mafce the following comments on the iates military communusue: "The consequences of the retrea c-f the enemy's rfc-it wing will sooi be evident, beginning with the obliga tion of General Von Kluck to renotmci his, da ring advance on Paris, with it: accompanying intimidation. The 'At tacque Brusque' on tlie capital was dream, realization of which become! more and more improbable. 'In the most gigantic battle of bio lory, the result cannot be achievei everywhere at the same time; but ev- ents up to the present justify the hopi that a few more days will produce ou decisive victory, entirely changing the aspect of the "war." Despite the retreat of tlie Germans for nearly fifty miles northeast, it is still impossible to reach the districts they recently occupied, not far north Paris, CHILDREN UNDER FIFTEEN IN GARDEN CITY IN INTEREST- ING COMPETITION by enquirers evening, has awakened an inter.est in when the next wiU'comc off.. tliB manly art that has been lacking! A number of the-boys who came Iisie since the days c-i yore, when lout second best in; the" holiday bouts things hummed piigilistically around j are of the opinion thai they can dc- these erring, MagraLh! Sept. Monday, JeptT 7th, the Women's Institute held ihcir second Annual Flower and Vege- table Show. AH (lowers and vege- m tables were grown by children under Southern Alberta Medal lourna- 15 vears A] exhibits were in place Hie promoters of winch tfl judgcd by u a. ni. asking gome .Qf thc best vegetables and flow- ers ever shown in Magrath were on exhibition and are a credit to children by whom they were gimvn. Tlie prize list called for in prizes and entries were made in near- Iv all classes ami the prise money ment been feat the, man who .was declarer! the ;ional urtier. that has ever been seen here and ''we should worry" whelihcr or. nor, pro. boxing ever slammers with other acquisitions will make an interesting brought t as well interesting entertainment il surprised and deli together, which may be at a HCaUght." The insi comes hack in Alberta as long as we near flats, Thanksgiving Day or proh- can SEC boute up to the standard of; ably New Year's. Saturday's Old Country Football Results LONG FORGOTTEN A Boston writer notes that iv is the first time in twelve years since a Bos- ton National league team "was in the j first division. That is so long ago that the players on the team then are almost forgotten. They included Fred T-enhey .at first, Mai Kittrldge behind the bat, Herman Long at short, and ao on. London, Sept. following arc thR results of today's league fooir- hall games, played on "the grounds of the first-mentionorl clubs ENGLISH LEAGUE First Division Blackburn Rovers i, Oldham Ath- letic 1. Bradford City 3, Tottenham Hot- spurs, 2. Holton Wanderers United 0. 3, Manchester The Season's Record of Macleod's Cricket Club Maoleod, Alta., Sept. Tile batting averages of the principal .perform- ers anti the results of the matches played during the season of the Macleod Cricket club: Batting Averages No. of innings out 1 an innings 125 54 Average 63.4 Times not Total of Most Name innings out runs W. 11 1 G34 H G Napper 11 3 .188 F. W. B. George 11 1 200 20.00 Vernon fl J 50 C Luwii) S 105 15.00 T. Bavin..-........ 10 US J4.00 n. G..Mathews.. 30 0 10.3 T. Gilleapie........ 10 1 01 27 v 10.1 I-. Napper 53 17 7 S.o League Matches Taber at Mac'ieod: .1S4 rims; Tuber, 33 and 43. I Pthbndge at Lethnridge: JIncleod 145 for.eisht wickets; Lethbridgc, 235 for wichels Taber at Taber: Taber, -H and 332. .Iwethbridre at Macleod: Uetbbrldge, 102 and for four wickets; Mac- leod, 69 and 109 for sis wickets Friendly Matches Granum at .Granuin: Macleod, for five "wickets; Graniun, SO. Calgary at Macleod: Calgary, 73 and 51 for nine wickets; Macleod, 117 Calgary at llnclooil, 201 for four wickets: Calwiry, 107 tor G. Calgnrv 81 lohn at JIarleod: Macleod, 2J8 for eight Ca'gary St. John, 92. Letnhrltigc at Mnclcod, 237 for eight wickets; 120. Lelhbrldgo at Maclood: Maclsod, 171; Lethbridge, 18. Chelsea 0, Newcastle United 3. 2, rUiddlcsbroughrS. MEnchester City ,1, Burnley 0. Notts County 1, Bradford 2. Shetf.eld Weiinesriay 5, Aston Villa 2. Sunderland 2, West Brotmvieh Albion 1, Sheffield United 1, Second Division Woolwich Arsenal 3, Fuiham 0. Uirminghani 2, Barnsley'0. Blackpool 3, Bury 4. Bristol City -1, Preston North End 0. Clapton Orient 3, .Stockport Coun- ty 0. Derby County 3, Wolverhampton Wanderers 1. Grimsby Ton'n 1, Leicester Fosse 0. poi the children ghtc-d at what .titute try 'to make this Fair larger each year. The prize list is twice as large as last year, and next year it will be larger, and this is a good opportun- ity for children to show 'their ability as well as earn a little money. FRENCH RE-TAKE. NANCY London, Sept. 13, 3.15 dis- patch to Reuter's Telegraph Co. from Paris says that the French have re- occupied the city of Nancy. There are many indications that the farmers and stockmen in Southern Alberta have become unduly alarmed at the prospect a shortage of feed for the coming, winter, and have been selling their animals at a price much below what is warranted by present con- ditions. The late summer rains have improved the pastures amaz- ingly, and have been productive of a large amount of green feed on fields from which nothing was ex- pected. Furthermore, the Livestock branch of the Agri- culture is in receipt of a large number of requests from northern farmers, who are prepared to buy cattle and sheep or to take a bunch to winter either on a each basis or on shares. A list of these farm- ers will be supplied to any person making application for the same. Where animals are within trail- ing distance of the place, which has been- selected for wintering, the Provincial Livestock sioner offers to spy out a route over which they can be taken, and along which hay and water can be secured. He also offers to visit each bunch once a month during the winter, and advise the owner of the manner in which they are being cared for. Stockmen who desire to avail themselves of the above assist- ance should communicate with the Livestock branch of the depart, ment of Agriculture, Edmonton. FOR MUSIC- LOVERS- AT Music-lovers generally have been, en- oying a rare treat during the last few ays at Cronn's RathBkeilar, for Mr. >onn has been fortunate.enough to ecure the services of Mr. Stanley Jar- is, the wfc'il-kndwn baritone, for some me. Like Jiis famous kinsman, Har- Id Jarv'is, a favorite in England, tlie nited States and Canada for many ears, Mr. Jarvis stirs tlie heart with uch songs as "The Veteran" and leathless Doubtless many Mil take advantage of- the opportun- .y of hearing this artist, who is a val- a-ble addition to the musical circles f Calgary Standard. Mr. Jarvis will appear at the Em- ress all this week, appearing tonight or the first time. "The Adventures of iathlyn" wfi! also bo. shown tonight nd tomorrow. TO-NIGHT 2-reel Headliner The 2nd Clue Thrilling detective Comedy drama Shorty's Escape Real novelty photo Your favorite Mr. Pete Murphy Singing the later songs Comedies Keystones Select musical program Concert Orchestra HARVEST FESTIVAL The annual harvest thanksgiving ef- fort will be held by the local corps of the Salvation Army, on Sunday, and September Sfltfc and 21st. The officers. and. soldiers are making a great effort far: all previous records this ies of special services ar- ranged, which ol an, interesting character. T In connection with; this vpnprt a Harvest Festival' Fund raisctt throughout Canada aadfyhofmeinbers the local corps are .anxious (that as tins jcar the all depend upon greater, the mil be literal, both i and the good ork m any way donations of .oath or any, saleable article, fruit, vegetables cooking should'gst in'touoiiwithrthp Captain either by mail A 'Tag' is being distributed afe bli- the houses to he attached to gifts of all kinds. RELIEVE NPN-BMPLOYMENT DISTRESS London, Sept on. Saturday to apply the iHBO.OOO sub- scribed to the London andyMiddlesex Patriotic fund to tlie relief.of'dlstress arising out of rfr- suit ot tie war, ag well to the