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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ?AGE SIX THS fcETIIBRIDGE DAILY HER ALP '_'__ SHUT MONDAY, APRIL IH, 1911 AQUATIC CLUB SEEKING A GOOD LOCATION AT THE LAKE Result of Football Match Be- tween Lelhbridge and Medi- cine "at Tesms Tbo simr- c-: Jooita Hat on Oood Friday il at Medicine between tae If thc of the executive can be is lcl world of cairieJ out liiis v'l'- live Ucior !n the I-ethbridge. Tbey are afier better jud larger aK-oinrnoiUlion at Hen- derson I'atS Lake, au.l tali cud in view the executive have formed their permission lo erect the firft uiitl ol hle In a ilcrlsion handed down today by Ftrttr.il .ludge Clarence W. Ses- sions, denying the application ol Chicago Federal league club lor an injunction tn restrain ('atd.cr Killiiw Irori playing tritli the Thil- adclfira National league club. Con- Iracts of nalute held by Judge Sessions to he "lacking in the necessary ol dcfiiiiler.ess, cer- tainty and inntiiatitr- "A'contract the de- cision, 'but il hrokfi hy either party, tho other is without remedy, because -Use courts are helpless lo fcirce its and closing at Ited Deer on August SI. Thn tracki, dates, nau'.es end addressee of secre- taries, and purses lollon': Edmonton Exhibition association, Spring mi-cling. May 22 lo 27: J. Stark, Rdmonloii. Alia.; harness. 53.- 10: running. Saslotoon Turf club, June 4 to C; II. W. I'lant. Sostatoon. Sasli.-, har- ness, running, Yorkton Turf rlub. Juno 5 to 11: R. G. Clement, Yorkton, Alln.; har- ness, SI.WO; running. JSOO. Herjina Turf club. Juno 1C to 19; J. 0. Currie, Reglna. Bask.; harness, running, Moose Jaw Driving club, June 22 to YV. A. .Uunus, Moose Ja'w, harness. S5.-00; running. Calgnry Indiislilal Exhibition, Juna lo July 4: K. L. Richardson, fal- Alia.; harness, running, Exhibition aSEOcIalion, July C lo .1. McNIchol. l.eth- bridge. AHa.; harness, S.M50; run- ning, Swift Current Agricultural society, July C to S: K. T. Graham. Swift Cur. runulce. rent, Sask.; harness, ins were just as eager for the rod this, they soon obtained, put In a good shot which waa Celts were bring back a decisive victory. hope discussion Iho soal was allowed. From the start forged ahead. Bcslivick eluding his man "straight fcr the soal almost Ecorinsc Ltthbridge Evens lip The next feature of -tie game a splendid pass from LUffling to Bes nho centred to f. Farrant, wh turned the trick for LcthbriiJge, this concluded the first half. On resuming P. Farrant broke away and made a effort, the goal keeper inaking a splendid save. Ltthbrldje Ahtad End to end pliy for the neit 20 minutes was witnessed when Linning nking a nico pass eluded the bscSs nnd scored the best goal of tho game. Hat Score From now oa Lsthbridja penned the Hat in their own iialf, whcn'F. break away'resulted in another dispute; a player being over the lice, be was still nlowed in play and from a melee in -Medicine Hat equJllzed which sent Iho crowd frantic. The Hit boys had a ipler.dij bal team, their outside leJt being e. credit to them. The outstanding feature of Iho Leth tridge- team was the saving by Heidtt. The team a whole gave a splendid exhibition of football. in attack, but their shoot ng -KBS icdllfereul Only one of the five forwards did crediiaKe work in his respect. The one in particular was A McAlee, woo on three occasions nearly counted during the concluding session. The Hibernians were nirticnlarly well served by the defense. From the goal out to the half hack lino there was not a ireaWlns. Tile custodian diu brilliant service for ihe Edinburgh side all over.- However, the game not oi a high standard and finished with the same score ss. it started. SEASON OPENS FOR BAKER be called tntre. Lelivelt anile, but has played Philadelphia, April. Baker has begun his home run hitting early. In the third game of the series aetrceen and Phillies Monday rut the tall over the right strength and cunning, Biruiy to start the been nursir.g a lead. Tabei- c.me to De fine shot which vlfa tta, 5, n recent exhibitions In accept able fash- Ion. Also he has teen slamming out hits. Gregi'i Usual Lam: Arm Vean Grezg has developed a sorp Us breech. Juiije Sessions ctnled the apulica- tion solely because the petitioner, did not come'into court- with clwn hands. i-nricr a moral, if not a legal ;lth Iho PhilaiM- induced him to by oilcrins ean uregg nas ,ef, wing, and until it regains Its held Phj no. ohlig------ -piay uui me wu-a got tbe a ]ongct term ol employment and the hall awsy. The Sons forced two murh larger, compensation. tiers which were both placed nicely "in 3g doing a, wilful wrong was Me tie Tuber defence] ,jono to j'he Philadelphia clnh, which wall "at the National League have an'additional1 worry to end.with defences on either side from end __ but the sal the less initrtd and harm- could mv i-----.-------- obtain legal says Ihe. park. The Atheltics won the game. Without Creiz .t- i; to 1 making th'e series stand two j the Nap pitching staff would to'one in their favor.- Plank' and-very, very problem stical, though Wycfeofl aKowed the Phillies hut Tour Diandlns and Steer, might he excitement irrv lo carrv Idetences ou c----" tni -i a trier from start to IinlEli, ana Old Countiy Football riAYED GOOD TKIDAY April lO.-The following are Ihe results oi scheduled ioottall plavcd today on the grounds oi the first named cluhs FIRST-DIVISION Hurnley 2. -Ererton 0. Liverpool 1, Derby County 0. Manchester.City 3, Villa I. Middlesboro' 2, ShelTieid Coiled 3. I'. 0, Ulsckburn R. 0. 1'restoa N'otth Knd C, liradiord City I. Kur.derlanrl 2, Manchester U. 0. Toitcnhar.i Hotspur 3, tiollon W. D. SKCON1) DIVISION liirmingham 2. Clapton Orient 0. blscVpcol 1, Leicester Kotsc 0. Ihs Federal league club was "taioto with unfairness and injustice, if no1 actionable in the- opinion JuiJge Sessiuas. Aftej: asking Ihe question, "Are tl: plalnlifls in court >vitli clean 'the court asked and answcml it Atriciiltural July 10 lo IS: Dr. A. Hell, Winni- peg. Man.: harneaf. runntnf, J5.S95. luterproviceinl fair, July ?0 to at: W. I. Smale. llrandon. aMii.; harness, >7 400- runiililg. Keglna In.luslilal Klhlllltlon. July 27 to August 1; O. T. Khierkin, lie- glnn. Sask.; harness. JS.500; running, 5 Saskatoon InduElrlal ossociallon. August to f; C. U. Visitor, toon. Sask.; harnets, J6.B50; rucninr, MCO. Eihibllloa association, 10 to 15; .1. Rliirk, Edmon- ori. Alia.; hanieEe. running, Xorlh' Ballleford Asriciiltuul clutlon. 18 to W. W. Coop- er. North Ilattleford. liarnefE, Red'ueer Agricultural society, Aus- ust IS to 51; James Mar.n. Re.l Alta.; hainesf, running, 'Some of the hest harness and run- ning hovseB in Cantila will he seen at Ihetc races." said Secretary of the Kdmonlon Eshibllion The J.e'Jihrldge hoys have been In-j nrlsto! City 1, Leeds City 1. viled to give lledcille. exhibition against HARRY STEINFELDT ETP.ICKEN Cincinnati, Ohio, April l2.--Harr? Stcinfeldt, famous as Ihe third base- man for Ihe. Chicago Cubs during Iheir penoant winnir.K days, who has been seriously Sit at the home of 111? father-in-lar. in Bellevue, Ky., is r.or reported as paralyzed, and it IB doubt- ful If he trill ever cet on his feel ag- ain, Ihough late reports of his roken fingers put him out of com- mission for a month. Turner is the same young-old man at third. His arm Is in shape, his fielding is as sensational aj ever, auc he Is expected to hit up to bis Ik-It. Olson at shoit will prove a FINE HOLIDAY SHOOT Judging by Ihe enthuiiejm display- ed at the momlnj; sflioot held by Ihe elhbrldge Gun Club over the traps t the Athlellc Park Friday morning, his year 'lie a The spirit of get it while, the get- ting is good look hoM ot ttf plajers un tho St. Louis Cards Drowt.s last wet't ar.d they decided to tor a share of thc receipts til tha spiinj GAMES SATURDAY very good sui) for Chapman. Barr ing speed on the paths, tho Naps ar not etrftcted io lose anything whil the Swede is in the game. The ontlleld with Graney, I.elfco'i( I and Jac'KEon. fields with the best o them, and is counled on to hit wit [hcbeflt of them. With O'Xoll and Carisch to do il and toe youngsters nil Inrs and Bassltr to help out, nirn CHEW TOBACCO SWEET, MEtLOW and JUICY Manufactured by BOCK CITY TOBACCO CO. I I I I Winnipeg Ixindon, April are tlio results of Saturday's schedulexl foot- bali saints, played on Iba grounds o'. the Hrat noir.ed clubs: URST DIVISION' Uolton Wanderers 2, 1; .lunrtty Derby County 1: 2. HlKCklurn llovers 0; Liverpool 0, Aston Vllia 1; Manchester United Manchester City 1; New Castle Unit- ed.I, MUdleshro'.igh 0; Oldb.am.Alh lellc 3, liradlord City 1; rroaton North Hnd S'nuffle'.d United 1; SheKte'.d.. Wedncsvlay L', Kvcrton West Albion 1, T.otlonhjm llolsrur 1. SECONTl DIVISION 2, lliidrlersfield rown 1; liri-iol Ciiy 1, Urirntby- toini C; Clap- ton Orient .i; murk- Iicol 1. Olouup J; Leeds City 0, Wool- wich Arsenal 0; Leicester I'os-i; 0, lianiL-ley 2; KotlR County 3, fj; Siockporl County 2. Lincoln CHy Wolveibampton Wandtrcra 1, Hull Clly 0. SOCTHEMN LEAGUE I'oitsmouth 1. tlriitol Hovers 0; i exceptionally well fortified be-hfn the bat. TRIGGER AND TRAP .Iht artions and conduct tiflS' do not squaie one oi the vital and fundaniriilal principles of equity-1' LOOK HERE ij-' bird reat one for the Siileeu shooters Th CHANGE OF DATE Shamrock Foolrmll clun Inei u? among them a number of not hold Us meeting on Wedneidiiy rros who iraowcd more than a. smal- .nislit, as has been announced, bill on ering of real class. V. K. C.recn led olf the day's iionors breaking 43 oat of a 50. The day nlghl in Wesley hall. ind grounds, "nil we espect to Improven-.ents costing about this season. Wo hnro cut out thi hoolirealiers entlrels' and installed pan iriuluel which arc giv- ing all around." 'Jimmy l.evandrr boat of Ihe new shols .en on the firing breaking 30 it of Burnett brothers were on le firliig foT