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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGK SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ROYAL PATRONAGE ACCORDED BOXING BOUTS IN LONDON (he KING AT REGIMENTAL DISPLAY OF GUARDS TyCK'FEDERALS Lost Game There on Good Friday by Close OfflO il Over People Saw First Game at falo Lost JticJeoJ, Alia.. April a liird-eaiuuJ score of 1 to 3. the Mac- eleven defeated the fast Lvlh- Overseas here oa GooJ Friday, llallimure, Md., April since the HaMimore Orioles captured the National league lias such a croud witnessed -i game of Natlcnal League Brooilrn n: UOEIOL. Phfladelpbia at New York. SI. Loais at PltiEDurs. Ciuctnnati at Arr.irlcir. Detroit at St. I-o-Jis. Chivaso at Clevtlsad. New York at PaiiaielpMa. Boston 51 xhv will witness the fl! 'baseball season io the National the- American sor, is eipcctcd to be a w jul cr.r ar.d is no reason it should not. Am is gainiiiS a strccfiw foothoW i tach year and is bfing up to i hich-t plane. The National League, tie older of tt: Iwu big uraniia- tiqss, starts ofi the year with a r.iaii at >he lelnt. John K., oi Pennsylvania, has sv.c- _____ ceaded- to the oi president. tie first ro'iufi. which was nllrd last ifar by T1'n-'-''s'_______ J. Lvcch. During Ihc Uift he; has the hrad ol aftairs_in tms leazue leser nis a nhat he is fluc.d to and by soloing opened what promises! tall In this city, as today taw the to be a most interesting football seu-f Ualtlrnorcs of the Federal league avr TR.AL Fnp ior Hrooklyn far.s. or.e. of the players who took the trip around tho world. Johnson. heavyweight if champion piiBilist, 10'lsJy a new trial the Mann act rhsrjep. under which BUT HIS M thit iv not on ly futile h'Jl foolish to Mtirnalc tbe relatirc 'MKiisth ol tieHt cluU'Kad attohpl lo iorecaBt tr.cir r.ositiori'al the fwl of Ihp'kMfOti. "CiSnerallj speakliig, am wrll plcastd'over tie '.ri 'Xa- tlrnzi and for hall for In? ol 1014. J not bfcii In receipt ol a Kjort from a single clirti ownrr -tlidt hts a pfssimistic r.c.k. OPTIMISTIC KP11MT "OpHmlJm !E the profailing jpitit in the .NatlomU leagM, and I Bay tks saras for baseball in ge as I deling Irom (voluminous carritil Sox will make a lo-.K-sr i.oise in tho: Auierk-an Iramie' thin year than tbev wonM. JAY -DEFENDED HIS TITLE FOR CHANGE! may- eral, Us j NET York, S.Y., April j (lo-jld, the worin'l open r-oittl .tennis champion, successfully defender! hli American lltlo in the round of (be annual tour- nameit here, llo dffcat'd Charles K. Sands of this city at the New York and Tennis clut-, in irraisht sets ty scores of H, C-0, he was sentenced to a yi'ar [n Iho scnitditiary flr.c. Vlie L'pifd gt.ttes of nrl'iwls revorred tbe o! tie court on certain of Iho counts in Johnson's In- dictment. .lack Kllison, tto Ciriislon wrtsl ler, on his uay hack frntn Savkatrion "J informed the Herald that he illsv J o! his jdvcrsaiy, A. H. Tlsode, in 77 mintiKs ol grappling, gelting Hie first fall in 12 minutes ami src- oail in He won tte Ural v.lllj a fctai-jcissors and bar-lock, and lhe v.-iih a hammer-lock anrt halt- r.clirn. open lo meet any in H'tHlcrn Canada. National commission with the he keei many-minor Isague otganizilions or.rl stastn. tluS 'Will the o a judgment on the pj-iec'duh, I helirvc m ael of the differrM RUP is tins dull, H Ktwu to mo ifet 6tv- 1913, ami .1 1-am not EDDIE MeGOORTY PUTS EDDIE SMITH FOR THIRD TIME Sydney. N.S.W., April JliXJoorty, IhH. American fieiiler, on Pr.lunlity, knocked out Smith, of in the tcnlh round of a I'l'-ronncl he-it. Krnilh haJ lhe y.f. in IhB first elpht rounds. Tlie ENGLAND BEAT FRANCE London, April Inl'.r K'JRtiy garrie of the si-dson played lodav tselwaen Knple.nO am rcsulti-il in Ih'j victory the former hy :jj points lo 13. Other liueby results were as ful Old Merchant 82; Kxelcr. Cardiff, ilsrleiiulnn, (r. ami Breert. Woods: backs. I'nr- neli and Nesbjlt: half-backs. Dunn, Jlcfiowan and Tilbby; forwards, Eoa, Granl. Planle, Allderley and Thompsou. Binquettid Victor! About seven o'clock the local war- riors escorted tboir visitors to the Silver OrBI, where they eclertalncd at a banquet in their honor. Mr. .1. Rogers, the donor of the tro- ihj. presided, and after a brief a'.l- dies? of welcome tlie players of both elevens vied in the rendition o! apjvro- ptlaio solos and oratorical and elocu- tionary outbursls. Lacrosse At a meeting here on. Satur- day night, for ths purpose of organ iiing a iBcrosje league, a meagre at Undance evlncad on Indifferent Inter csl In Iho gam-. However, the feiv enthusiasls who (1M lurn out electtiJ a slate of offltevs for the year if follows: W. nenwlck: vice- prealdent, A. Martin; manager, JlcKrHe: captain. Wallace; com- inlttee, Dr. Mllbtirn, E. Illogland and S. Kow-c. DAVE FULTZ tlOW AIDING DROWNS TO HOLD THEIR MEN St. Louis. Mo.. Apill tele- gram flow navicl M. Full', prfsiilrul. of lhe Basrtall fralernily, j urtiins members of the St. Ixral.-i Am-j ricans to stand by Ihclr j Ith the local team, posted on I aturday at the training camp (if t. Ixjuls Americans. The lelcgrjin was addressed to IJer-1 1 I'rall. second baseman, and reada "Slrongly ai'.vise playets not to! jmp tht-Ir contracts. Will not he al-! swell lo play, and wf.l tavc to re-; urn hoaus money, Will alto hr ci- II from the Fraternity. Mignatm 3 players to ffght tholr bat- dno players arc the who snffer. Don't let them raako goats out of lhe boys." IN NINTH ROUND Buffalo, X.Y.. April Jesse Wil- lard of Kansas knocked out Dan Daly of Newcastle, Pa., in Ibc ninth round of a ten-round match here tonight. With the exception of rour.d Wil- lard showeil to hetter advantage throughout.' A smashing right upper- ciil alter one minute of fighting in :he ninth routil 'out Daly down for welshed '-M FAVORITE WINS FOR CHANGE London, April Kemplon rk Kaster mcetinR today, the Queen's Park Knster today, the Queen's' handicap of won hy I1. Nelkc's China'Cock, ivlio started at the uniisiialjy short price of I la 1, Ihls being duo "largely to the double success the sarhe owner achicvcil In the Lincolnshire Handicap with Out- ram and the Mrerpool Sprin; Uup wilti Chfnn Cock. G. D. Smith's Don- fire, 11 (o t, T-as second, and l.o.-d Carnarvon's Klvoli, 20 to 1, third. SOUTH BATTLEFORD ASSIZES OPEN South liattleford, Fssft.. April Tho criminal docket for the Supreme Court, which opens here is an. exceptionally heavy one. Onn murder charge will be heard, Uiat asainst J. Hanson of Fort Pitt, and a'.so one charge of iitlctnpteil munler, ferrcd against Wm. -Trottler Lloydminstcr, woo H accused of hav- ing attempted to kill norcsticn Trolllor, his sister, and Oliver Duslo. school R costs mor.ey than -tlie singlti school syaleni, but educational re- sults more than compensate for Ihe'. extra outlay. If Brc-golng to get. educational results we inust make up our minds tliat we -will have to spend more money to get them." As lhe nrovllfce Throws older, and nnris become more Imuroitrt consoli- dation will become more general. When Lelhbridae Led )lr. Uoyle spoke of viiafliaii litca done in large cenlrcs for techni- cal education, and iialil l.ellihridge tribute for being the first city In Al- berta where a thoroughly equipped technical institution had heeti oalah- lliht-d. Educational Expenditure This province was spending In eiln- calion a much larger amount per cap- ita than any other province In the Dominion, and double lo what Is es- nendfd In Ontario. Cood vsluc has .-eceiveil fi-r outlay. A re- syonsibllily lesls with lhe'nubile to pay for Ihe increased efficiency in trlumlion wiihoul the drain he- Ing on the Irrasliry. To encourage the publlr- in this direction should bo the aim of nil teachers. The Rutheniin Trouble Dwelling, in conclusion, on tlie re- cent agitation In the stt- llenwnt i-ast of Kdrnoiilou for uilni! in their own language, and for employing Flnlheiituu leachers, >tr lloyie referred to it us the worx of agitators, who saw in llic know- ledge of Knglisli given to the young e danger 10 the uccupalion nt the agi- tators In Iheir protcssioii of inlerpri- lers .md fO-l.nvKns in Iranssrlloiis made. would remain m UIB language to be taught t.n.ler tho tein of onr i.allonal education. <'dlic. fjii'en'i I'ark, 0. Varlick Thistle. 1; Hangers, 1. Thin! 0; Clyde, 0. ATHLETICS FOR FULLERTON Fullerlon will iillnw that o this rn-'r i- Is Hf-'i at Ihe Stadium. )y two leatm in thf? Amerki n illy- a knorted Smlliil a chance Atnletic CATARRH THC BLADDER DUTCH WATCH THEIR INTERESTS IN MEXICO The flasuc, NclherUudB. April 11. XclhMlands sovrrnmtnt lo- lay (he warship Kcrlrnaer o prLcccil from Cnracr.o (o Tnrniiico, lo wiilch over Duith inlercrts Take the Neal Cure for the Drink Habit Dovrcr. b'..t finrt rcfolullons to stiji dr nk us arp not of much atsfHnmo when the <-ravlrB for ako- liolic flliniilanls oiiuos on. If you nro repeal- ed failure.-! I" flun-ab-'olult.' fa HtailNK you In the face, you should act at into Ccine In Iho N'esi where In 'lays ri-nt will remove Ihc i raving and nt- tor llio of inlnfiil hvpotlcrmic Injcc- ;