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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETnnRIDGE DAILY Monday, September 15, WORTHY SUBSTITUTE IN ABSENSE OF ANNUAL FALL FAIR-A UNIQUE PROGRAM LETHBRIDGE CALLIES DEFEATED AT CALGARY SATURDAY BY 1 TO 0 Locals Lost in First Round of Bennett Shield on Very Doubtful Goal LOOKED LIKE OFFSIDE (Special to The Herald) 1 SapL was only l. crowd at Victoria Park em Sat- urday afterooou, -when the champion. falllps of Calgary, and tbe c'nampion Callies met in the first ic-ond ol the Bennett Shield, eaiblero- fctlo oj the ehsroplocsnip of Alberta. The Callies managed to win, scoring the only'goal of tbo game itToush T. Williams, wco beat Hew- itt wlt-i a grtst shot, but most of the JBSS thojgbt hft scored from an off- side position. It was_ a ragged exhi- bition, and .the crowd got Aery little eicitement Cor their money, XeUher team phyed up to form, the. Calgary team especially being1 off color. Tfcey Vliped pretty enough foo'baH In raid- fleld. but were weak at goal. b.-iffge, on the other hanU, had a f militates "on the owing to some of their track piayeii missing tiieir train. Pslkey Kicked Off Artmir Pelhey and Tommy Bu T-ere interested specbtors, and after a_ little coartiop the champion itcppctt en tte field and kicked off 'Vzli, to stov.-'olf "Don't let him burst tbo ball. Jimmy." Pelkey was accord- ed n great reception when he sent the .well up the field with a huge HE'S EVIDENTLY SQUARED UP .The oily of Lclhbridgc. niinus its annual fall fair is like an individual lias lost !i dear friciui. The fnir in the. early, summer, oven had it achieved Ilic success Ilinl it wuuld uiuloubl- cdiy done, had not inclement weather stepped in and made a fuilmv of it. the cily would slil! miss its iuuuud fall and the sumincr of would stand to nass with a feeling to the people that it was nol as good and wholesome a season as other summer seasons have proven In he, if it were nol for the Letli- hridge Turf club. That institution has cumc In Hie rescue and promises lo till Hie place in the. city's yearly round of events left vacant hy Ihe absence of.the annual fall fair, which iibsencc was accentuated greatly by the failure of Hie fair in June. The turf cliih promises io iill the gap and fill it woll and on Tuesday and afternoons will olVer a .willstrongly tend toward milking the people of Lelhbridgc forget thai 1913 is j'oing-by. out the city indulging in its yearly, fall blow-out. Practically the only phifse of the fair thai will be missing oh iilnv and Wedncsdiiv afternoon will be the exhibits BABY OF TOKOXTO Tuesdav ARTHUR PELKY Who made sensational charges against Tonimy Burns. Pelky arrived m Calgary Saturday and according to reports.-is nicking an attempt to smooth over his recent startling ut. Linnfng ths Slip "The nail was sent to Unnins, the half-time: Calgary Caledonians, 1; Caledon- ians. 0. The teams lined up as folio1 who best Fcency, :lJnning next "beat Halg .xleyeriy.. and yrho tiot past tae post. "N'esbitt carried! tbe'ball up to the Lethbridge goal, acd cenvred nicely, but Clark was oft anS cleared. put In a dandy shot at Gllhooly from mid- field, but he TVAS right there and cleared well. Stewart bent two men, .f'Ut ht> failed to connect the ball nnd eest past. Easton, In trying to cleat, kicked- tiie ball against Williams, who had an open gosl, but be sfaot very hBr.clful; and after tating the ball sell he sent tn a rocket sbol, "wbich Gflbooly saved cleverly. forced a cuiuur uCf Cooy- tr, was "well but McMil- lan was too shot high over. Linulnc iTE8 playing e star game for took the I.eafl; Hnig. and Pefrie; mil oi inteitsu i.uia Stewart, Fteccy, Williams, Xfsbltt fancy stunts by Stan WWt- HennetL Leftbndfe lievritt: Bai-neriran jts.'Each event i> if the cn- and Claris. Holl'cnon and Me- Hil'.an: McLaughln, Mclilvena, Hais- Linbing and Ttnnaut, G. Sheldon. noise of the bum shows and fakers in rcspecl to'lhe former, it is unfortunate, and as to the laller, Lelhhridge lias already treated lo an elegant sufficiency of that line for .one year but the program lo ne given in front of the grand stand, which is always the big drawing card at all fairs and in fact the -whole works at many, will be one of the finest and 'most entertaining that has ever been given for the pleasure of the good citizens of Lethbridge. The turf club executive is fully alive to the respon- sibility that is resting on tlieir shoulders and Ihrty who comprise Ihc executive have proven their merits in the past and on Ibis occasion they are out lo exoell themselves. The Program Unique Besides an excellent array of harness and saddle horses the beginning Tomorrow afternoon's programme bas been officially made 'out to.the I minute. It has tieeu tb'e aim of the National Saturday's Gamtl Boston 4 14 C'jichinatl.............. 5 11 0 i Tyler and i. uailm; Amej and i King. game: 121 o i 0 Perdue Rowan wid KUcs. o 1 2 Chicago............... A t 4 and McCarthy; Archer. York.............. 4 i j 2 I'lttEb'jrg............... 2 7 1 .MaUliewson and Meyers; L'jhrfen Second game: .N'C'V Vork.............. o 4 Kromwe and McLean; llcujrli and Jlelly. St. 043 Alexander and Uooln; and Sunday Marquard and Msyerg; Cheney and This is W. A. hoodooed hydroplane. Before the Toronto man bought her she sank half a dozen times. She caught fire and broke down, twice the first he had here, but the climsx came fn Buffalo, where a cylinder and connecting rod in two'different races, ahe turned a flip in a tug boat's wash and sank In 37 feet of water. Both mem- bers of the crew were hurt. Calgary Tennis Players Visitors Here Saturday; Locals- Were Victorious On Saturday Calgary Y. M. C. A.' tennis players canie down to do bal- tle at ltu> nets with the players of iSc local "Y" club. The Calfarv boys put up a game struggle, but were best- ed ty. their lotal opponents. Tbe itong prevailing all afternoon made good play almost .impossible. ping and rough ruling latent in Killing- svorlH seeing going on ssurance given- dht by 'the Ihey will deliver Ihc goods. If-lioUdnv .luinorrjjw afternobna ru going lo raCes.- caused the visHors more Irouuio than vras exverienccd by- -the local b6ys, whicii helpeut to. explain, the result of the play. scores wore: Singles M, S: McATtbur'beat H. S. Nield, w; :--..-.-_, f f and Wallace bent Dawson and Beanettr G-2, Au effort is being made to arrange a return match. fur Saturday, September 27, when a strong aggregation win go to the northern city. K. P. beat E. S-J, 0-3. II. Benuelt beat Dr. C-l, 6-4. B. P. Wallace teat A. B. DJTCEOD, Doubles McArtiur and Dr. Stewart beat; 7 12 o CJoclunati 5 9 6 Canmitz, Seatoa and Banu, Johnson, Suggs and K Hug. BrooWyn 6 S 3 st ivoutB 7 s .1 1'ferrer, Itagon, YlngHng and Fisl> er; Kiebauss, American Chicago................ X 1 Washington......-...... 4 5 2 Cicolte and Scnklk; Honrip St Jxrals Boston...... Leveretiz and Cadr. Detroit iVew Vorfc___. Dubuc and Met sett. Cleveland ,-i 'Mladelijhla FHlkenbsre 311 ar.d 2 5 3 10 3 S .1 11 2 club, under the able leadership o? Pre- Cooper n i, ai-orv- sident B. li. McCarty. to have every- To tnls end. cey, will lie Iriterspersed with tbe rac- PATR1CKS ARE 'PEG AFTER HOCKEY Coast Magnates After Stuart, Irwln Carrie and Two MacKenzies, tries do hot appear' on the dot. they will suffer. So the riublic will be am- useil every niinute. Ten entries for the wild horsp race llave been received, and U is likely that the purse, will be addpd to, arjil two races made up. The halt-mile pony race is fillius well with entries, and as the race is a sweepstakes, It will have to bo keen. Road Men .at Water ton Lakes Ran Down a Grizzly Bear and Killed it A board corral for holding the bad-eyed, toiish-mo-athcJ frronks lias erected in [rout o! tbe grand- Winnipeg. St-vt. Frank Jfec toast hockey and the horses v.-iil ne iti nates, arc In TVinnlprg. looklag 'JP of the spectators at all times, any likely material from the local for (iieir coast tc.iras. They Pincher Creek, Sapt 12.-rWord has corno from Lehcs that a big S-'izzIy tag" been shot just on the outskirts tho'.parjc. A gang of arc close to thfe bo'-indiry, Uruln 'came, out and snlflod the new trail a (eet behind the men. He then t'Jraed and took to (lie wcQi'5. Foreman West and one of tlie gangi Ctitsholm, seized rifles anil gave cbaae. Ho withia shoot ng distance several times duriiis the chasr.1 but they were In ttic park en- closure dare rot After hiui down they look off the hide, hung it up, and-cuttiug uiT The track has been harrowed thor- will be floated t Half and bill through LeUftridge's defence, bat his ibot >ras off range. Banner- rran tnisklcXt'd. but recovered clever- ly, and he cleared. Feeney next put bat he lootert to be pHelit. He didn't wait for the whistle but sent [n a great shot, Triiich Ker- itt coaW not get at, with the result tbai Oilj-ary was one up. KBS called, with Calgary leading by- 1 to 0, but it was a even half, and was value for a Stconi Half Young Llnolng was gettiDg KnocJced ebout soiae, and he waa ed oBt, and bad to be carried from the Held..' came le an eifort to land Harry Stuart.: morning. Several of the. runners and (no Monarch goalkeeper, and Del Jr- i harness horses were on Ihc Job this Kin, the crack Cover-point of the same mornlnc, and the drivt-ra told the Her- club. They wr re aUo after Bills' Mac- j that tfte In perfect con- Jfenzie and RiJb" Currie, from tbe champion Wlntilpegs, and are in hopeg or Iruidfnj. MacKnnzle, speeiy young boy. About teu inlnuu-s liter lie MOOSE JAW GETS BIG BOXING BOUT ajUn, but wag Htnplne bidly, ar.d took up the outside left rttlon, go'tif inalde. Tcn- nanl beat Wilson and sent across on ope? -goal, r-rcllivenK wa3 loo and mifsed a Rood chance. Cal- i JSary did some pasiinv, and the defe-nce barf some diffi- in saving their charge. Cal- gary's shocking was off. and Hewitt not froabled often. Stewart made effort when set for running Ihs ball clean over tte.Ilnfe, and It raa only the elsht foot toco which pulled him up. Benaelt was putting In eorae good work at tnfs tent across twice, but We IniMe ata al Milllvsnt McLean, sect iinir ceatre, but RaliOKk tu too ticrf, and mleKd the of e Hfetlne. Wllllnrna bad a tmt. Hjslll, Sot tin goal- tlttnt difficulty. Cal- tie ot tic second latf, lure scored again, but JXbbrMje played well, M t nr In inellNllve- line. fjalttied with Jloose a-r. Sent- Caponi, of Chicago, and Phil Harrisou, former- ly of York, liut of.Mooso Jaw, have been matched to b'ox'h'erc to Moose Jaw direct from SVinnineg, where lie rntets ack Ulllon, of Indian- apolis, on September H. Groat inter- est U manifested here on-r.llie meet- ing of tne two men. They will box al pounds. Franrisco, Sc-pt. rnent has been made today that Joe AyeretJo has been signed >j? for ft here on Thanksgiving day ciihtr Willie Ritchie or some other light i Ing and bucking hor.-e riding by the weight. AZEVEOO MAY FIGHT RITCHIE diticn. lust flnoagh .cushion to give It proper reailency. and Eome pretty apcetJy races p.rc sure to lake place. A large number of horses from neighboring towns have and tour move lots from Medicine Hat csTiie In this The partitocks ate the scents of great activity, and everyone is busy Ettllng tlvelr stort Into shape. Tomorrow's official lime card ap- pears below: heat 2.25 pace. heat 2.10 pace. hMl ponr race. heat 2.25. lical 2.15. beat pony race, heat 5.25. Third beat 2. 15. race .Wild race. Indian race. Intervening, there will be rop- h steak for o meal, returned to carap, packing both 3teat and hide, alonz. The hide will bo tanned by Jlrs. J. G. Brown and the meat has been distributed to lovers of the "wild tasto" In their solid food.. THIS PITCHER WAS TRADED FOR HUNTING DOG St..Louis, Hop- per, v.'bo was traded to a scout last 3'ear for a hunting dog, made his ma- jor league debut here yesterday after- noon, and was pounded for eight runs by the Philadelphia club, ivhlle Sea- ton for the vislteors yielded but (o'o scores. TO PERFORM AT THE RACES ibcsl In the west. Old Country Football Roupd Third Lanark, 1; Partlck Thistle, 1. Clyde, 4; Queen's Park, 4. Irish Leagut Hellasf, 4- poliemlanj, I. Shelbourr.e, 3; 1. Linfleld, niatlllt-ry, 1. Oleimon, J; CIKtonvlllt, 0. Rugby Swaneea, .Dridgeccl, 0. Northern Un'Cn Leagus Barrow, 51; Dromlsy. 0. Es'.Iey, i; 10.' Bradford, II: Keighloy. 4. E-fOUghton, 0; Swlatoa, J4. Hull, 19; DfnTED-jry, o. WaXefield Trinity, II: Halifax, 3. Hudderrileld, 31; Leeds, 10. Wdncs. J; Hull Kingston floverf, i Hunnlet, 'i; Salforrl. S. H: Wlgdn, W, St. Helens, 21; Oldtiarn, U BASEBALL LEAGUE WINNERS Clubs Which Hive Captured 1913 Criamplcnthips to Date Western Canada- First half.....-. Second Half..... Northern Canadian So. Michigan Sirothern........ Central...... Eastern Association Wisconsin-Illinois Tirrea-1......... Saskai.oon .law Wjnona Oltiwa Batllo Creek Atlanta .Grand Rapids Hartford Oskoah ......Quincy Houston BRITISH GOLF WINNERS Vardon ana flay Ptay Great Game Four-Ball Match Kew York, Sent Harry 1 t 2 Binder International Saturday Jersey City 3, Newark 0. Toronto 8, BufiaJo 2. Buf- falo 4; Toronto 4. Providence 12, Baltimore 3. pt'ovidfiic. i, Baltimore 1. Rochestct-ilontrfal, Sunday 4, Roch- ester. 3. BochtsUi 4, Montitil 1. N'eirark 8, Jcrstr. Citj, Jtrstf City 6, Newark 1. Association Saturday '2, Louisville 1. Ijjuisvjlle 3, Witratipo- lis 1. Indianapolis 3, Kansas City, 1. Columbus 6, Milwaukee. .S. St. Haul 4, Toledo 1. St. I'iul 10, To- ledo 7. Sunday Oamre yiuneapoHl 10, Louisville 3. Columbus 10, Milwau- kee 2. St. Paul 3, Toledo 1. St. Paul 5, Toledo 2. Indianapolis Kaaui Cily 4. don and Edward liay, the TJritlsh vU- itors defeated Alee Smith and George in a Sf-holc professional four- all match the Nnkd of the Bal- usrul Club today. Practically clinched the match by ornlng up in five up at the end of he morning round." After luncheon Smith and Ixjw made a game fight the maloh proper- ended on the Oth gref-n whtre the visitors won by and C. Going to Ihu Bisth holt Kay, after nittlng lila drive clear p.croas to the icventh fairway, lofted back over Hie rccs at a seemingly Impossible angle. after driving into the hazard in ront of the island Juth green Ray ilayed out of Ihc v.-atcr to within cct ths pin aud won the hole in hrce. STANLEY I.neal rotifiU-ritlcr nnd roper of "Shimpcde" wlio will lie seen in some of his'sfcllor sltints loinurrow afloriiuoii nnd jiwday iifteriiooii ill Ihc race Irnck. Norfhvrei5tcrn Saturday Games Vancouver 7, .Portland 4. Seattle 0. The Hriions {Victoria 2, Tacoma Sunday 2, Spokane 1. Sea'.tle 3, Spokane S. Tacoma 4, Victoria 0. Tacoma 3, Victoria 3. Vancouver 5, Portland 3. Portland 7, Vancouver 1. BASEBALL TABLES National CHEW New York Chicago i'ittsburg Hrooklyn lloston Cincinnati St. I.oais W. U. P.O. 90 45 SO .621 78 59 .569 H 76 72 55 57 M 48 71 .529 .W ,833 SUGAR TOBACCO American w. P.O. (Philadelphia 87-18 .ftii Clcvclar.d _. 81 J7 .587 'Washington 78 58 Boston 60 61 .513 Chicago 71 68 .511 Detroit 58 78 .437 HI. Louis 52 88 .371 York -18 81 .369 SST. SECUREO BRANCH St Ixjuls. Sept. Ricfcey bit night signed a contract W raanajd MILO. SWEET, MELLOW'and JUICY Sf- club.'or the American ikague, dnc] will aaaumc charge o! Urn [team wltbln the fciv weekf. The terms o[ the contract were not made, Manufactured ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Xnown. During his caretr as a tnaj hall player Rickey caught for (he St Louis and New ;