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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, APRILS, 1911 Dominion of Canada Rifle Trophy With tlew to >iacni of rifle shoot i amoni mem- PUGILIST OF MERIT UNCOVERED AT MACLEOD JAMES McBRIDE HELD DICK MARSHALL MAN WITH SWORD AT SMOKER .Macleod, Alia., April tbe per- son of James MeBrlde, Macleod now boasts of a pujilist who, Kith a little training, will be able to hold his own 'with tny of the pugilistic prospects In the- west. Jimrale McCride, the pride' of Madeod, was "found" at tho crick- et and football smo'Ker, held here last night, when he entered She squared circle with DlcV Marshall, tha British Columbia hope, who a short time aro, fought UtannVtbe well-fcuown middle weight to a draw In. a fifteen round bout, and who will on Easier Monday enter the rin; at Fernlo witu Cyclone Scott of Victoria. The Maishall-Mc- Brlde mill was the best ever witness- ed In Macleod. and aHhouth the U.C. man had, of course, the better ol the bout. .MoBride held his own, and gave just about as much as he took. It is s-Hosether Ilke-iy that the Mneteod nan will keep himself in shape and In the near future try conclusions wilh other fighters possessing reputa- tions. Sword Act In addition to n lengthy and instrumental programme, another es- citlBg bout toot place between George McAllister and H. Dufreese, hoth of whom showed unmistakable science Is tbe handling of the gloves. Apart from the boring, however, the most interesting feature of 'the entertain- ment'was the fencing duel between A, Lancaster-of'the Blood Re- and one of bis Indian Following the duel, Mr. Lancaster Sire some hair-raising exhibitions irith the broad sword, such as placing a potato ou .the nape of his son's neck slicing it neatly In lalves with a vicious swing of the steel. FOOTBALL MAIN MATCH ATTRACTION GOOD FRIDAY A SUCCESSFUL MAN Iho first big football tilt of the season taies place tomorrow after- noon at the Athletic The rallies, champions ol tho Cily Football league will so up against the pU'k of North Lethbrldge. There is n murmur la tho air' that tradition ill local football cir- cles this year is going to receive a jolt in mtdrit, and it Is tho -North Lethbrtdse talent that Is joins to do it. H Is conceded that that section'of our fair city has the material to cut some ice on the football canHms, and a line- what they really can accomplish will bu available tomorrow, and the test will ba a good one, this team golns against the Callles. Admission. 25 cents; laaifs free. LOOK HERE I FREDDIE WELSH ON TRAIL OF THE CHAMP. San Francisco, Cal.. April lem" Tommy Murpby has started training at Sbancon's San- Rafael re- sort for bis lightweight championship contest with Willie Ritchie on April T.' Ritchie is training at his old camp at Millctts, Colma station. Harry Pollok, manager for Freddie Welsh, is here for the express pur- pose' of. "hounding" Ritchie into match with the British champion. "Welsh gave Ritchie one says Harry, "and the whole world knows'that the champion ran out of the Vancouver.match. "Ritchie is deathly afraid'o! being flumlllated br ray boy and Trill show- tils heels until the last mlnule, hut we will force him into 3 date." "Welsh win corns here, breakinB bis training for Cross long- enough to mite the trip on the lUh, and chal lenge Ritchie from tbe And who shall is riot entitled to a meeting wilh the Ulle-holderJ NORTH LETHBRIDGE LINE-UP AGAINST CALLIES TOMORROW The.following North Lelhbrldge Un- ited Football team to against the Carties tomororw at 2.30 p.m. wil 'be; Goal, Miller; backs, Fryer and Dun lop; half-backs, ilaclafioe, Anderson Twenty-five years aso at this time. bers ol civiliin lif-e usswiations, it tas decided 6j- the Militia Coun- cil lo cSer an individual prize, to be known as "the Dominion o! Canada lo each gazetted and efficient civilian rifle association, lor tiltoa during the scajoo ol 19H, un- der (he. rules laid ir.e sjxcliil priie oSerfd is a silver ornamentil Ejlver, 10 inches in diacieter, bfirin'g the Coat of Arms 'of the Dominion ot Canada, with an iascrtpiion that H Is presented bj [the Oovernuwnt of the Dominion fot 'skill in rife shoot ins the name ol or Iliac t (coring stats at eich f to count- 4, The priic to be awarded to the oiupoUtor maVioR the aggriv Mto raaipnittoas above mentioned. 5. Claims for tliis prize, duly lifitd ty. tho Captain 'awl Smetary )t the Associaiiou. will be forwarded !o he. id Barters through the Officer Cumumdini the Division or District PLAY LETHBRIDGE TEAM Alfa.; April foot half seasoa in tblt district will 6e op- ened here on.Good Fjiiay, when th Macleod eleven tackle the strong Ov combination 'from Lethbridge At the conclusion of the game the vis and Bell; forwards, Far- iting fodtbaWers will ba entertalne rant, A: Tsnnant, Earle and H. Lin- nbg. Reserres: Ramsay, Lowe and Kecoedy. Luiesman: C. Farrant. it a binijuet to be given by the Mac leod aggregation. CALLIES1 TEAM The. Cfllfes line-up for tomorrow's game at tbe ball parfc with tho North Letibridge team, has been announc- ed as follows: Mclntyre; bacfes, Bannerman (citpUln) and Euton; Mcnvena, and Anderson; forwards, Wll- too, Scolt, Glen, Tebnant and McFBr- laoel -Reserves: and McMillan. Pliyers will strip al the Y.M.C.A. at l.SO. TRIGGER AND TRAP BE ON DECK mcrnlnB, conihitnc- RAYMOND AND ROVERS PLAY FOOTBALL AT BARRACKS TOMORROW The Raymond boys and Rovers will claeh in a gane of foot- bail to be hc4d fn the Barracks ground on Good Friday, April 10; klclc-off at Z p.m. sharp. The Rov- efg.wjll line up as followa: Goal, Davlawn; backs, Kelly and Hooker; half-baika, Watts, Craig ar.d Adimg; Jorjtarda, Gllieaple, Jlacdo-- ald, knox, Buchanan and Kine. Tomorrow Ing'at the Albtrta Gun club will, launch forth on twenty- sixth leiion of the alluring. ..To every Tom, Dick Harry in the city and out cf the city U extended hearty invrUltan to Join the at- the tripi. are behind the ball park. Bring your flun; ahells may bt bad at a nominal price at the trapt. Once a trap ihooter always a trap shooter, and It it the only meant of developing the duck bunttn' In bringing down A thcotlrg at tbe will ycur abil- ity at a ihot a hundred cenL Take advantage the Invitation of the Gun club tomorrow. 'They welcome to the ranki. ohn J. McGraw was Just breaking In journey wnicu will v.'inu up In Octo- all player, pis her with a new record in copping fou ontract was with tbe Oleau, N.Y.. successive National league pennasls for sis months'of service and Incidentally he will receive he.was.paid J360. Ja month, whlle'turnlng the Irlct. ijOEIALLY INVADES AND CONQUERS CALGARY ntioro 31s December, claims for. the- saVvec 1SH. lie consid att which have not bffn forwarded accordance with !this paragraph. The name ot the offi address auJ the name ul the association and winner, will be OQ the salver. 1. Competitors must he duly en- rolled members of the they reprint, as shown by the last on filr at headquarters. To be eligible for tbis pme, it will be nftesiarv tor the association to hold four competitions durlpg tte cason ol 19M, Ia which st least 40 cent of the intmbers must laVo o! these competitions ntisl be fived in advance at a general neeting'of the'association nnd com- nunicated to the Officer Commanding he Division or Dislrict before the first shcot for the mem- ners of association, are to be no- tified.) Uates SQ arranged may bo changed with the consent o( the 01- fiMT Commanding the Division or Dis- lrict should circumstances n'.ake it necessary lo alter them. 3. Tbe raises, at wtich these com- petitions ate to take pbce, will be 300. SOU-and 600 yards, and tho tar- gets as specified in the Regulations EXPECT BIGGEST SCHOOL BOYS' LACROSSE LEAGUE IN AL- BERTA, THERE express office are to be clearly set forth in the' target practice rctwra In which the claim for the- salver is made. The claim, above referred to, contain.information.oi the names o! the competitors and the total of.the number'ol points obtained at each range (ired. For tbis purpose Militia Form B. SE3 may be used. (Those forms may be obtair-ed on applica- tion to the OfHcer Commanding Iho Division or District-) If this form is not available, an improvised return Lc accepted. Competitors must use tho aims and ammunition provided by the Gov- issue for the year. 7.' No. competitor, who has >vou this piize.iii a previous year shall le- gato eligible tor it.'In the event ot previous wiener making the highest score in the competition, tha saber will be'avarded to the member of the Association making the next highest srore who has not.previously been awarderi ihe salver. S.- In; case of tics, ic., Dominion Rific Association Rules will govern." Calgary, Alia., April Ijlly, e" Cornwall, lacrosse- promoter, reached .Calgary tula moruinj, and once started work ou ols local caui- piilsu, to boom school lacrosse ID this city.' The school and (he school botrd sightly anticipated Mr. Idlly In city, but he will cooperate with them fn tnaklug iho Calgary Rchool lacrosse, leagua tho biggest thing ol IU kind in Alberta. Mr. Lany la well pleased with his lu the southern part of tbo province. Starting at Uellovne, ho placed live teams In Iho Crow's Nesi district. Lethbrtdge, JIacleoJ and edlelne Hat were, then lined up, but aber had to bo passed, because ot ck of time. At tlie 'Mat, Hie boys arc o anxibuE to get etarlcd that they moot wait .for their slicks (o arrive y freight, and havo demanded that ley be shipped by express. There be a dozen teams In the Gas City, o It will be'up to Calgary to have to kce-5 up the gool work. Messrs. Burns and ol the, lat, have advanced (250 lo help oys get going, and Mr. I-ally redlcts that In a few.ycars Mefliclno tat will taho Us plato with1 Cornwall. Hew Westminster and Hlgli ntver, as borne of lacrosse." GEQRGE CHIP PUT -AWAY IN QUICK ORDER OBSCURE BOXER NAMED McCOY GOT IN LUCKY WALLOP IN FIRST ROUND OUTLAWS WILL KURT GATE RE- CEIPTS OF ORGANIZED TOO MUCH TO LAST HE IS STRONG FOR A STAMPEDE HERE YorS.. NX Airil the not too dlni aid distant less'the present dope is sanized baseball wtil clu'tch'the hKk-' ling Federal league -to1 its issoffi, and peace will reign again the land. Ann1) uhieis the sisns point'wr the conEqlidalion Vill in the formation of wb'.twelYO-rtub leagues, the American league .absorbing lour o[ the National league tac'slng on, to its cir- cuit tbe other four. Looking at it any.angle you wieh, it seems the ending, o! j war, no matter the compromise' will cost every one Involved, will be for the best interests- the mag- nates. And because.the Federal lea- gue will insist clubs retain a major league-status and because the organized baseball persons norr main- tain tbero is not rcorr. for three major league organizations, Iho difficulty will be overcome by forming trco leagues. A disastrous iin'anclal season races most of the organized major league lubs tbis season, and It Is possible bat Ihc dry to far as Income is oncerned, will continuo for two or hrea seasonE. AH this IB the result of the activity of tho Federals. The] Feds In their fight for players, fore-! ed the organized clubs to boost sal' ailes to the highest notch In history a point where it seemed almost ruinqua.. But the organized people, facing tho alternative of .having their ,1nbs wrecked by the invading Feds, or of maSIng their payrolls top-heavy In the extreme, chose trie lalter and wheedle' away from orctnlzed hue- bali sixty players-'oi' major league cal- one-'sixth ef the' organized no laughi matler. --.-j- _' Xew Tort, N.Y., April L. Mc- Coy or Broolljn knocked "out George C.. Chip of Philadelphia, a leading claimant-for the middleweight title, In the firft round of their tea-round match nlsht. knockout came after, one min- ute 'irid forty seconds' fighting. The result was a great surprise, as' Mc- Coy had been considered oalr a fairly good middleweight. In the first round Chip assumed the tfensivc and was forcing McCoi around the ring, when the latter land ed his first knockout I was a left-hand uppercut, which. land ed on thti end of Chip's chin. Chip !ell on his his head striking the r, and he was unable to rice a the referee's count of .ten. He vaa carried lo bis corner vhere ha was still dated several rain utes after Uft th- ring H was -Chip's first appearance in local _" Chip xas considered the logical a: plnmt to the. mlddleireljht lei van-nt by tbe death'-of. Stanley Ketch el. Ha twice knocked out Fran Klatia of one ot the oee of- thei present-day who had flcfcslcd Carnsnlie Iho French middleweight champion. WELLS AND COFFEY New York, N.Y.; April oents have been completed for a fight between Jim Coffoy, Ihc "Dublin and nombardier tor the leavyweight champSonehlp of Grent Britain, according to advices received vestcrday. June 27 has been Hot as the dalo. The contest will bo held in London, under the auspices of the, National Sporting club. CLABBY OFF FOR AUSTRALIA 3an Francisco, April my Clabby of Hammond, Ind., the middleweight, left yesterday ifllh hie manager for via the liticr Ventura. -He tald he ban atreed to fight three bouts ia Austra- lia Steve Kelcbell and Joe Walling, Chicago light weljh Is, and Johnny Schlff of Los Angoief, featherweliht, went with Clabby. I docs a Ixitbhridjc Stampede sound to you Tbia is the tali thai Stanley .YVhit- r.ey brings hack with him today af- .fec an absence ol sii on the I'acific Coast ia an engagement with i- See us for your Easter Sait> Hat or Shoes, and save many dollars Men's Fine Suits for Easter II he Panfages VaudcTtlle circuit. Whit I? an enthusiastic Stampede fol ower, aad last year carried ofl tho :eU at Witnippj as tV.e chsir.pion aacy and trick roper ot the world. It thinks tha', there are enough rid- :rs ropers in Alberta to stage an ntcrcsling stampede ot their own, and of course, being a. lora! boy, Stanley wants it staged here. He Is going to start things moving along that lir.e anyway, and it there an enough loyal supporters in town, will see a leal wild west show this summer. It is Mr. Whit- ney's Idea to htic5 the Albtrta art- ists here cither belore or during the in July, and he will bfml every cdort to this end from r.ow on. There are a few wild cayuscs Telt on the. prairies yet, Mr. Whitney Will Split Patronage The existence of the Feds this year In some of the cities that bad to go the limit to' hold their- players a splitting of patronage, and of course, will reduce the Income ot the organized clubs affected. Older or- ganized clubs, whoeo cities wtve nvaded by tho outlaws 'wilb a fran- chise will feel the elfecl I'irnuch the lact tbat tho Feds grabbed off f.nJn-5 ihlnlta "ho 'could corral skcrs. a few ornery is practising with Us top- arrl has many new liuus If shou' At otflple'this summer. stars. The Philadelphia tionala is a sample. Fcils Eaar Knahe, Doolan, SoatOTi, and !iy lo KilKf club inn lose five of Us best players ,nd not feel tho effect. Tho also raided the Class AA teams of organized baseball, and did it so ef'ecltially that they alreoit have wrecked tome ot Ihe cluba. This has caused the Class -AA club: for help from the organized majors and the organized majors are bound under the ruling of the national agree rnent, to (Jo something lo protect thi mlnorz. It's almost lime for..Ihe oriftnUei oguls to cease thejr foolish Rhojt that "Tho Federals arc a Tlio: no one knows It belle than do the organized people. NVhei any new baseball crganirailon rlso up and Ibrce raoaths1' flm Regular S17.50 Regular-320.00" Eegular Eegular Pxcgular 627.50 Regular Price ..........Cut Price Price, ..........Cut Price ...........Cut Price Blue Serge Suits S15.00.......'.... .Cut Price ICeguiar 620.00 v.......Cut Price Regular Regular Regular 830.00 .Cut Price ........Cut Price .........Cut Price Men's Fine Pants ..........Cut Price ..........Cut; Price ...Cut Price ...........Cut Price ...........Cut Price ..........-Cut Price ...........Cut Price Big cut on all Florsheim Shoes in stock Regular 82.50 Regular Regular Regiilai'85.00 Regular Regular Nifty Blaster Hats. Stetson make. Reg. and for OLIVER BLK. Fifth Street L. KEEl LETHBRIDGE, Alta, ;