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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ?AGE SIX THE DAILY HK THURSDAY, AHRU, 16, 19H At a Hireling of Ilie Lclhbriilge Rillo Association held kisl week, i! was decided lo ask the olhrr and sporting associations ami clubs of this city, lo join in a unitfil movement for a reguhir weekly lialf-lioliday for Hie employees of the slopes, warehouses, ollioos, Irades, etc., of lliis city, during Hie summer months. P. J. Collins on behalf of Hie Hille Assoi-ialion lias directed a letter lo the vai ious alhlelic bodies of the cily.' making an appeal for instiiitl nclion in the mailer. The promoters of Ihe movement feel Ilirtl a stren- uous and united campaign could achieve much in this mailer, lo the Lenefil of both individuals and the asso- ciations of this cily. II would mean additional facilities for healthy pleasures for Ihe individual, and membership lor the various clubs. KITE FOR EVERY BOY IN LETHBRIDGE A Kite (or evtry loy in Ltthbrldga Prldny and Saturday of this week wll be "kite day" iu Leihbrlilge. Tna boys1 ill leiou of Y.M.C.A. are tf.- deaYorlng 10 popularize Xlle (lying. and have made arrangements lo make a kilo lor every boy In Leihbrldse ra i Friday of ibis vcek. an! Ihea help I j him ISy il on Saturday. The only re-j qulrcment necessary for any boy lo; obtain oce of these !s ttihl- boy to turn lo ibo Y. M. C. A. to-' uorrow morning wlih a ball of heavy j twlno and a for defraying COEI of matclMl used lu ihe construction! of hip Un Saturday a tile living contest !ias beau jilanned. Bfery boy' Of.-': a kUe is asked lo be on band s in the ,VcsIel. L: ju a.m. at ilic Y.Jl.C.A. building. Tlll, meeilns ii of Bueclnl Imnort.ucc when ihe party will Marl to llendor-[ Bnd ruu i-jniout" Lnio. Tilu-re Ihe day will be-; _______j spent in hile flying, baseball oili- er A good-sized lur.cb. should 20 wiih each youngster, and don'l for- set ihe tile. All boys are invlied. PJD Francisco, Cal., April 16. Tlut Willie Ililrliir is erne of Ihe filesI lijhlircigMs tbe world has Icier seen and that he inAs with (any of the old time champions, is i tte upinic-n ol trircu, who 111 be recalled as tlie oilginal Yoi-uj Corbcll." (ireen, wlio U boxing instructor at the Olyiiipij club, saw Hilcbic in !lion for the firs! time I when 'he atprarcj bf.'ore Ihe cluii meti'jfrs ar.d six rounds witlij sparring partners. i "Ritchie is Just as good as Joe jGans and I Ihiuk would be cap-' I aMe of holding his own with Hie old i master when Ihe'laltcr was lu his' In fact, in one important re- Ititdiie Is the belter mm. Gans was inclined lo be lazy, and il was his rule lo compel Ihe other fellf-iv to ilo the bulk of the If liis opponent did no) fighl tlicic SHAMROCK FOOTBALL CLUB I was little action. Ililcbie on (licolli- There will s. rueeling of Ihe liUy.ler hand, is aggressive al all times, era members of Ihe StamiockjH his oppoceot reftscs to lead, Football club loffiorrow eveoluc nl fakes a hand al it himself. In my __ COLLAR, LOOK HERE opinion. Hitchte is Absolutely certain (o defeat Tommy Murphy ivhen thry nifel Friday sai'cl Cirwn lo-l upoa Hunt a IN STOCK lirantford Porferl, Cyrus Standard. Phillips Cycles fitted with DeimluTO Hercules cr Eaillo Coatlcr Hubs. Dunloi> Tiros, Hick ;uid KOld lined. Ueuullii! 3. A. Cycles built (o order. Two .or Throe Speed (iears fitted. CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS Cvcle5 and Sewing Machines Repaired. Uaty Carriage Ticei filled; full line of lurpssorlcs. LETHBRIDGE CYCLE COMPANY 110 5lli STREET SOUTH, day. BASEBALL FANS ATTENTION: average roast Ever, Leball to 1. ,J cily rtcW- opinion of ins any desire to lake an Interest lnir'l br.lbe belling on (lie fominr, Lout. that President Wilson was displeased with Charge O'Sliaugli. lor his elo.le association viili firnrrjl lluerfa. Secretary Tumulty I'rcsiilrot alvrnys Iiail of the Charge in y nuisl ivomplltnciilnrj' manner and is being'. HLO difficulty ol his nnsltlori. I brought- iiol fllutic by Charge 0'- Tl.e from O1- [acs Knalighr.essy, but hy Ihe diplomatic .Slinuglmrssy apparrntlj1 no longer ale (Continued Iroisi Kroat is Mini- of nalion. He orfiBiilzallou- ol tbe District lea- I sue team, is cordially to ol- A Xevv Jer.sry inrcnlor has equip-1 tend the meeting (o be lield lu the si a li.-h hooi wj'tb. a snivel lo per- M NATIONAL Brooklyn Phlladelphli CinclnBU SL Louis.. New York Botlon.. 1 1 1 1 .1 0 0 KOO CbJaio 0 Plrtiburg Evens Up Si.'lonl3, April Tbs PittElmrs by timely and UirODEh errors of the SL Louie club, turned the tables on the locals to- day. 5 to 1- Errors and tiEE5 on balls helped tha visitors, the home club jnaWog lire errors behind Sallee, who pissed six. Score: PitUburg 010 000 S .1 SI. Louis COO 100 1 6 5 Batteries: Cooper and GlbEon; Sal- lee, Hooper and XTIngo, Snydef. Boston-Brooklyn, rain. rain. rain. AMERICAN Chicago........ N'eT IMroit.......... Bosloa Washington...... Philadelphia...... St Cleveland........ .fir mil it to be detached from I wiiicVly and so shaped that, if tangled in clothing or flesh, it Pot. ;te easily withdrawn. 1000 -________________ las llolel thlB evening at S o'clock. Lethbriiige Is going to pul a te.-in In the league Ihis year lhaL a III he a credit to the cily, ar.d the sunjiort 6t tbs Individual farris soilcltcd. Tuouih Ihr at 2 to 1, there is little Murphy money in sight. GIANTS' STRONG OUTFIELD j fircJ Tljc Glanls will bavc a fist outlield j STVTF5 thlB season In George Duins. HUSI.XMSP Murray, nr.d Don Bcscbcr. Burns luvc younjsler has been slalfs "mean bnsinrss1 H' j in i being delnycil or inlcrccptcd. (House ofticials said lliey.werc coining Friends of Llucrla in the L'uilcd with regularity. Stales, Mexicans and others, have John jjr.j ,vas nt sialo tflegrnjihrd him Hint for Ihc hesl I nrparlmenl, conferring willi Srcir- iuteresi of Mexico the salute sliould! tncv Hrynn. IIUUHTA CON'SUI.TS WITH IMS ADVISKItS N'o .advices were received cilhrr at the. Stale Ucp.ulmcnt or Ihe Mexi- the and i Alberta football Association to Affiliate OL'U .500 Whivt SDK Lead League Cbicajo, 1IL, April hil- ling bv Chlcaeo, coupled wilh the sen. talloDal fielding at Weaver, enahlcd the locals to make it two straight] With Ihe Dominion Association Outcome of Meeting, at Calgary (Calgajy la alEiiale with Hie Do- Cleveland. lodBv. 2 lo 1. The niinLoa Kcolball association, hut wish game -vas a pitchere' battle heUeeu ,o to llie amateur standini Cicotte and Steen. Score: Cleveland Chicago OW 001 7 2 100 BOO lta-2 1 naileries: Steen, Cress and 0 Neil; Clcolte and ScSalk. Bostoa, B.i, at Bo.ton Asril Bonded as far as possible- Tbat was tho de- cision handed out by Ihe jeprescnla- at the annual general rheelina, [held at Calgary Monday- The final j decision was come to cin a ruolion 11. J. Encll, HeU j A, SItlvilie, Leth- The lallcr cily will bare it the year llowing. LF.THBIILDGB SO.MK GUIEVANCLS j Although Lethbridge rep- resented by a Lethbridgc man, they had a rood A lick Mel- yillf, of iny lively wilh imp'ojlani siandlng cstremely cold.weaUier lor bridge, which wa5 unanimously, car- baEeball. Washington Boston FEDERAL, Pilljbrjrg-Brooklyn, rain. BaldcorfrButfalo, rain. played fastball today, the locals 2 to 1. A Before the rp.olion was pul, Ilnrrc PACIFIC COAST At San Francisco: LOE AaEeleE............ 1 K San 3 4 Al Los Angelea: Venice................H IS XORTIiWESTEIW At Tacotrja: Vujcouver............. 3 6 Tacoaifc............... 1 3 Al Spcfcaae: Victoria............... 2 4 S 11 At Enttle: Portland............... 4 7 aealllt 2 13 thermometer In the Ballantvne, as repreaenfalLve ol the grand, stand reftislered live desrees'Alberta oranch of tbe Amateur. Alu- letic union at Ibc annual meeting oi (Tthe federal body in Montreal, held in siXoiemhcr, gave a spler.did presenta- Shaw aid Henry; ol entire proceedings at Ihe above freezing. Score: 010 OOQ 000 1 Boston 010 Ml 2 7 and Thomas- Philsdelphia-New York, rain. SL LoulE-Delroil, raia. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis Kar-Eas Cily Cleveland TndlaDapoll.s 4 6 5 10 along In splendid sbane. He had js lor the sreat year In 1513, and is due for Oj ,a wlthoul loss ol successful one this year. Mur- rny Ig a vetelan, but can hold uu Ills end Ibo best. Bob Heschcr Is the leadliig base atealcr of the N; tlonAl 'eagup. and ivtll prove mighty useful for McGraw. Tlien" liiere i3 to Tall back on, providing tional dignity. UNCI.B SAM OKCK HIS I' Tb'ey pointed out that the I'nitcil States ontc saluted Ihe o! Spain and tho flag oi llrazil. linuse ofTicials .had .r.olliirig lo say on1 Ihe can embassy on Ite allituac ol llu- erta who understood to tor con- sulling nicmbrrs ol tlic. Mexican scti- alc. bo does not malie good aL Ihlrd. j gtnrral situation beyond dc'ayins pnb- A statement or bill Tonn llidl a C'alirornian has palrated folded arid'sralcd so that Ihe address at the top is on the dotside, savins exreusc. of' an envelope.' dope. Kirst ith of all'lKV iria'do a Viet Iht appointing Harry same belween al Calga: the Callits ftbridse people wjjiied to.'hiDSv.ii-hy Incir se- lection was not used. It. was pointed out that It rcry laV in tte day for such s in any case 11 was the secretary thai hail appointrd ite rcleretjv. SORE AGAINST CALGARY meeting. He said thai there three essentials upon which the Ama- teur Athletic union were To decide. were (1) the to govern football, holri professional and amateur (3) the right lo rein- slate professionals the fight to against Old Country prolfssinn- als. -Mr. Ilallinlyne..continued Ihab it was absolutely impossible for the an> ale'jr unicn to accept this so that the split- occurred. They coujd not accept, even had wished lo, as their constitution was ir. Ii it were only a question o[ playing 3 k A 3 i against Old Country professional _ teams, that .could be easily arranged. INTtRMEDIATE SECTION GAME LAWS EXPLAINED [Wlicu Vou May and May Nol Shoot Game of Fox Industry Bred New Tte Herald has jusl received EWr.e selves in los farming, il is inlerest specific inlormallon from the ofhce of, ing to know that there is now the chief game guardian 'at Kdmon- jcloEC .season on foxes-, toa, which irill prove oi interest lo.inj April 1st to It was unanimously agreed to in- C ALLIES Some-body in Leihbridge. must have stayed itp all night concocting some stufi' against the old Calgary bines: and whiles. Bight" bick of, the ref- eree complaint, it was "stated liiat owing to the fact ol the players who tccvk part! io tic game a( Calgary lost the'train back to Lcthbridgc, they had .incurred some considerable expense, and Ihey. want- ed the Calllcs ol Calgary (o. reim- burse them to Ihe extent of some- thing like 470. The application waj received with a broad smile, by the es, and Mr. Ballantync re- thai surely Leihbridge WAS cot in "Sure, they're in said Jlr. Melville, and then he proceeded auguratc an inlermrdiatc compell- jo deliicr himscll of "an oration lion, and Sir. Ward promised to put the fact thai the Calgary Callios bad up a' trophy for same. The expansion j Icea threc-quarlers ol an hour late in of Hie leag'Je territory was aHo talk- hurn'ng out that day, acd that they ed about, and it was intimated had a fare too litlle to tfie vis- l.acombe had nsked for sdraission to illng team.'The nalUr ivas Hi ll.c cenlral assncialion. The Cnlgary I thrown out. leicgalcs emphr.siztd the fact that in (be Maclecd, -Strathn-.orc Mountain dislricls there liocky yrere pros- All residents ol tbe province rcsirt-'fco person may hunt, Irap, lake, Ing lo tte south ol (he 55th paraljfl. ?.t, or kill any loxes are not Urmeis residing oa Ibeir first obtalnir.g a spicial per- !ann! or mtmtcrs ol such farmer's' mil' lo do so. Secllcn 27 ol Ihe Act larcily residing with hira on Ihe farm I gives particulars willi respecl to such require a license bclore. hnnlirg orlrermils. It is also Hltgal Inr any shoo'Jng any game bird. This in- person to export beyond Ihe bouml- INTKHMF.DIATI-: On Ihe [notion ol J. K. MatheFon, pects of verv hralthy leases. As a i T' S' .re.ull of the raising of this question !les' .1 was unnn.mously lm. I Medicine Hal has bceu n, a-r1ECj. T f? 'rovln- member ol the champlclislup year. Tjc ,rom (ljr I ELECTION OK Terence districts were: Pres. Mceres, Tlie following oflicers were eltcled H.. J. Snell, lind Dctr Jmr.e. I'residcr.l, II. Ward, Kttaon Gow and -I. K. Mathrson, Calgary ton; lion Vice-l'resldenl, j IT- H. S. Davics and A. Quinn. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS MEN'S FINE OXFORDS We have a large and complete line of Men's Ox- fords to clear in order to make room lor the new goods constantly coming in. v These comprise the 20th Century, Slater, Craw- ford and several other .Metal standard makes. They come in Box Calf, Willow Calf, Gun and patents, in Blucher, Bal. and Button Styles. Regular Stock Prices, and 1 Friday and Saturday Specials All One iconton Msasrs. I'earsun and Il2l- Calgary Ward, I-JImonlon, ?.nd -Vclvjilc. Lethhriilgr. eludes wild Although tho open teaeon for ducks and swans is a live wilhoul -oblalning 'a little later in year, bein? Ihe 1st j permit, which in [he case ol animals ol September where formerly H was'reared on lur farms will cost S15.00. Uie 23id of August jr.d exlcnding un-! In the case ol animals r.ol reared on the 31st o! DfccnfMr, tht shoot- fur faims the fee is IlM.Olflot each Ing ol wild geese, is permitted any I KrA every black or ailvei' fox lo b; season ol the year escepling and 115.00 lor each and ftnd bclween one. hour after sunset and animal o( an) other species of U.e one hour before, sur.risc. The flesh of this bird must not be tralficcd in without first outaining the llccnsg loi family, relating Copies ol tho regulations loses inay he had on ap plication. .You will also find hy re- provided for by sretlc-n 16 of the Act. Itrrinj lo the protlslous of sectlnn The Kesldent's Bird Game License, I 7A. ol the Act ihal any persr.n tres- which In previous ytats cost the I passing on a foj (aim contrary to sportsmen 11.25, !2 ?5. j ai.y -smmj. nuii'-c in io a pcn- SOMBTHIN'O NEW ally Of Dot ICES than 150.00 and not As i great many ol the residents'more than J200.CO with costs fn each tbo province are jntereslicig them-'case. oa of the other cilies include in Alberta, and it was asrecrt lo hold ucxl year's meet- ing at Med Deer. This was adnylcd on i motion made hy II. J. Sr.cll, scr- by Mr. Mccres, as against an arneudmenl by A. Melville, ami O. Taylor thai il be held al l.elhhrirlse. llecr; president Jamrs (TOW, vicc-iircsidenls, A Small, l-Jdnirmlcn; ff. II. lladley, lied Ttcti; U'. Sirens, I.eihhiidgo; ficorgc Tay-; lor, Calgary all the chairmen nl fhc otlier districts. j (Icorge Taylor resigned the stcrft- taryshlp, .ind was lhanknl lor hi: services. -I. K. M.ithrson, ol Cal- gary, was In fill the and lie agreed to do so meantltno. lo the Amalcur Athletic ur.lon Me.ssrs. Oow and Mafhcson- A CRISIS AT TULSA RACE TRACK] LOOK OUT FOR BUSH Donnle Buri, tbe shorts lop of the IWrolt Tigers, 1s A cindldaie for leftdlas tsBo-aleallnp honors In the AiocrJcan this naasou. Husb will TIFLTB A bard comMiiallon (o can turn U.e Donnle h a runner and htH Ihc JinacV of evading a baiomaft dov-i) to jvfrfcc-tlon. To help him along he ban livo of the greatsd batamen tn up he-hind likn. They -nm Ttilsa. April was expected In tbe light Leiden the 9tete aorl Ihe Tulaa .loch- ey rlub at. the raccroureo this t I 'j JtA Cpbb, Cblllno Mllnn, bul lliinks and Samuel Uraivford. afternoon. the course under martial IaT br order tlovernor Cmlte, and In face or Ihrcati Afl- General Canton Ihal he woiild nhool the horses If racing IH Hflcmpt- fl is rsclnj ts had happened. Al ihe. rate track every entrance. WSB guarded by soldlore and aavc lioraemen wi-rc pcrmlltcd lo cn- Ur the and I'OCBC were searched for !t was Blaltd tlial altomeyn for Ihe .locke'y club Feekliig Suprcrc-o Com Intervention at Oklahoma CUr 10 block Oovernor Crulce's progrant of the cinb loday madcj la of enforcing sutc MEN'S SUITS Friday and Saturday Men's and Blue Serge Suits, Fri. and Sat. 12.5O Men's 18 brown and grey worsted Suits, Fri. -Sat. See Our Windows 12.5O MACLEOD BROS. THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST 322 FIFTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA BLOCK ;