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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE, DAILY. HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL n i T 11 r .in 11 n T RlHiHit is A nui SaS Francisco, April mtchtf's youth, pvireh, anJ tie bet that he is "tie chanpioa, have in- stalled lira an tivorite at oiWs ot 10 to -1 his iO rounJ ficht tocisht vith '-Ihrlen Tommy" I Murphy, i i Tre are to be ui tfaa pinlfol coniiitioa acd tte ians air expfciine a last .contest. For eleven years Murphy has teen 'battling for a" efcince at the chani- pionsMp. Twice within tte last >ear the opportunity was almost within but on each-occasion, a mis- hap, first weather conditions and then ot an injury to llitehie, prevent- ed an cicoiaiter. Tta-e postponements have wetted the appetites ol the boxtej piblic, aid tonight's fight promises to a record ctowd. Murphy's Mends believe that he will fcc enough to avoid Ritchie's pucches, and "that he will come through a victor on points. Tie bel- tlns ti even that the N'ew Verier will last out the .long battle. Both were reported today to te well within the weight stipula- tion, 135 pounds, Murphy was. down last night to that rears and Hltchie it was said tipped the scales at 13H. Qeorqe's Xcw MatUt, Kng., 17.-The Ctaicu slakes, lor llitfe-year-olds. SOU anJ a swctpslaVe. vfsttiJay ovrr thr llou'lej Sir John Tlmriby's Kcn- 'nyjicre, a bay' by John O'Oaim 'Ooceuru, who stinted j hot favptit 'at I wo to one. Leopold liotlis vhsU's St. Gut lilac 33 to I was end, and l.oid Uosi-bety's AUirtis, 30 to 1, third. EijM ran. All thrre placed horses are fnlfird, jia the ivo thousand guineas. firsl ol.; tlic live classic races tun fceie on i 23, MI! also in the Ilfiby run jit Kpamilon Mav- 37. llraus? ol Rr- isistcut rumors that'thr Derby favor-1 lite, Mr. McCalinonfs The Tclrnrcli, is still ailing ami douMs las to whether lie will be a Derby I slarler, let Hie suiliras> siiicrable interest attached to what I i was practically the first meeting of: CHAMPIONS OF TEMISKAMING BOWLING Middle I'ark plate October, ami KING GEORGE NAVY PLUO CHEWING TOBACCO IS'IN A OLAE" BY ITSELF I It surpasses all olliefs in quality and flavour because tta ptocess by which it is made differs from U deli- ciously tweet and non-iiriuting. SOLD A "I.UO ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO., LIMITED. QUEBEC AND WINNIPEG.. WD TO ft FOOTBALL GAME AT ATHLETIC PARK LAST NIGHT ENDED 2.2 An interesting foothall jarae played last tight in the-.ball pari be- NATIONAL MATCHES GUNBOAT WITH BOMB. WELLS AND CARPENTIER San Francisco, Cal.. April Jitn Buckley, manager of Gunboat Smith, foe champion "white hope" of the woiW, has closed tor two matches if. Hie old country, and as a rc-sult will probably call oft the Lout against Jess Wlllard, which was tentatively set for July He accept term? for a rnaUh with Georges Carpenller, the ropean champion, and Gunboai will meet .the Frenchman before mm m place a fortnight later...Mtltounh the PROMISING BOXING 80UTS Djrby favorile.was not-in cither race, i BILLED AT FERNIE MAY the form was' remarkable ar.d this lias bom confirmed-so that should the iTctrarch not start for the guineas, Kcnnyinutc becomes'the logical fav- orite." BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA CLUB MAGNATES AFTER 5250.000 THAT" TURNS ON KILLIFER Jones and Joe Uvannl Will Two Other Ring Artlils Kerr.le, B.C., Interest- ing boxing contest is to lie staged in Vcrnic on May I.1 'The. contestants When Back or Kidneys Ache EAT LESS MEAT, ALSO TAKE A GLASS OF SALTS BEFORE EATING BREAKFAST Ncir Yolk, April A. 'GaiTney, president ol tSf lloslon Na- tional leacuc clu'j, has opeced a suit j (or damages against Hrcsi- i dtnl James A. Gilniarc anil bis Fed-) FULTZ ISSUES STATEMENT Catcher Expelled for nl. who are to boj, fifteen rounds for tract J.jmping'-Presidcni Up- the Canadian nilddle.welslit.mie. These aspirant braids Owners for Action New York, N.Y-. April met -m Medicine Hat some limo nao', Jones winning. Uvannl claims that 'the decision was Itweea the liorers n'.A the chance to make good his claim la fee. which resulted rounds for a piirse. 4 flcs" of basebaM cluh owners In in. I on IncomJieaEub cluh hefore'-ne; was induced to Pittshurg St. Loais 1 McQuillan, Doak and Gibson jarman and Wingo- A1I other games oS; rain. AMERICAN St. Louis Detroit James and. Crdssin i Hall, and Stan age ar.d Baler. Chicago Cleveland Benz anil Schalk Carisch. Other games postp'oced, 5 10 3 Cavel 4 1 4 0 and FEDERAL nets, but nothing resulted. By this .time lie Rovers were just beginning to ieel good, but the only'thing they got was a comer, but they did not give up hopes, ior tbe nest minute the Rovers were seen running down pass to Billr Buchanan did the trick, making the score a draw! There' was no scoring alter this, but- some nar- row escapes Iroai loth sides. The game-was clean all through.and Pzr- tte referee, handled the game satisfactory. The Rovers hope to in seat fu- ture. "Billy Buchanan viw hero oa 1h Pays Tax Alter Deducting 10 Per Cs for Training Expenses Chicago 3 Kansas City 2 Hecdrii and Wilson Packard Castel. 82 6 1 and 9 1 6 1 and Katdin; Groom Indianapolis St. i.ouis Falkeaburg kad Simon. Indianapolis 8 Other games postponed; rail AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 6 15 Kansas City 5 3 sign with Hanlon and Knahe. 'PHILLIES SUE FOR Two suits were filed la.the I'nilftl States District 'court yesterday Cadillac, Jlich'., April Wo1'' against officials aniTproruoters ql tho the revenue collector at Grand for damages and Rapids, shows ibat the Cadillac tJ.e Other prayed for-an injunction to Hist earned a total oi during rcstrain the Federal league officials the ten months a'. 1913, during which conspiring to.Induce ball pky- the income lai law was In operation. 'els to Area's their cnutracls'and leaVo From this sura Woljasl deiiuetefl 10 (he service of the 1'MladelpSia Xa- per cenl. lor training expenses and .tional league club, the complainant. ducing nlayers to violate agreements. The magnates, more than.- were blamed for. his junvjing-to lha Federals. Kftlifer is back with Phil- adelphia, and the United .-Stales court has hold that he is thp property of that club... manager's fees, paying a "tax; on at total of about J45.000. His las am-1 ounted to Leihhridge is going to make a noise 1 ly organize aatS draw up a schedule the baseball worlii ibis seaEon. oi games. idea o! the Lethbridge St. Paul 8 0 6 3 Columlus 2 6 Louisville i.................. l 5 PACIFIC COAST Oakland ........_................. 2 11 3 Portland 490 Sacramento Venice........................... 10 7 Los Angeles San Francisco NORTHWESTERN Vancouver Tacoma Victoria Portland Seattle Calaary, made ifhowlng againet Lang. miserable HABIT WITli-PELKEY' Canadian Pug Is Knocked-Oul by Bill Lang In -Australia New York, April Glbjoii today received sorno Interest- ing details of Arthur Pelker's Aus- tralian debut, when he was knocked out by Dill Lang, the heavyweight. Gibbon's-information was that the (3------- ..._ ._... .-._ _ wlio lumoed to notice -when Not a soise that indicates proicsslon-.lsb lo make it constllutional to, McCarlhy v.-aa killed In the -rtl5m Lut there is going to ss some- i have a paid battery if any of J hicp doing in baseball that will j'tsams so wish will be thoroughly rtis-' s make .the. professionals sit up ar.d 'cussed. of the -Macttml club ike notice. That was the impression-Las teen given o'Jt by Manager Gco. jailed at the ir.esting of the fans heMJ Adrlison, and they are altogether in at- the Dallas hotel last r.ighl when I favor ol the proposition. What the entative pjans were arranged, which other clubs will lo say is prob-: I they meet with the approval o' the i eague ar.d carried out will give the-j 'Lethtridgc'trill have to enter the! city toe fastest lir.e-up ol ball the fprcgomy; circumstar.c-i crs that it has ever boasted oi out- wju a uttle hnsccial hacting. Th; j .da ol the proSessional ranVs. lgatc rccejpf5 majr and they may not! LeUAridge in amateur baseball Ihe team's way. Hut in the event always been handicapped by failure in this respect a little dearth of good pitching talent. H is (guaranteed money will be a very the object of Ihc team promoters handy asset. So it Is th'e purpose of BLOW BY BALL CAUSES DEATH YorV, N.Y..X April Irst dealh dua to baseball so far re ortcd.fp New York ar.d vicinity tht easori; (jccurrefi yesterday. -The vie Ira, John Nelron; eighteen yean '.was'Injured-in ori Satur ay. He" vaB'playing first.base a ball thrffwn to that base stnick hlra n'the temple. He complained of ee la bis bead yesterday )ealh was caused by( Uie burstiug o a blood vessel- IGOTHAM! SMddras V-M leek fcl Jennings is 'a confident cuss lie has !iis Tigers' practicing jumpiu (slandin'g and Most manage; ire satisfied if they can keep thei athletes (rom doir.g any kind ol jump. LOOK HERE RIFLE CLUB; NOTICE The bollibrldgo Hill" club will not shoot tomorrow owing to Iho failure ot ammunition to arrive In time. Xo man or woman eats meal jgulavly can make a mistake by ushiiig the kidneys occasionally, ays a well-known authority. 'Meat >rms uric aciti which exclles Ihe kid- eys. tlioy become over worked front le get sluggish and fail to Her tho waste and poisons from Iho tood then wo get sick. Nearly ?.ll heumallsm. headaches, livor troubla crvoueness, dizziness. BleepleBaoesa nd urinary disorders com9 from iBh kidneys. The moment you feel a dull ache In ho Sidneys or yo-jr back hurts or 1C he urine lull ot edlment, irregular of passage or at- ended by a sensation of Bcaldlnp. stop eniliig meat and set about fo'.ir ounces of Jad Salts from any pharm- acy; lafce a i.ablespoonful In a glass of'water before breakfast and in a e-w days' your kidneya will act fine. This famous silts is made from the acid of sra'pes nnd lemou Juice, com- >lned with lilula, and hss been used tor generations to flush and Etlmulato tho kidneys, also to neutralize: iho acids In urine'BO. It ,no longer Irritation Ilius ending bladder weak- ness. Jnd Salts IB inexpensive and cannot injure; makes a delightful efferves- cent lithln-wnter drink which every- one should take now and then to keep the kidneys'clean and active and. the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications. For sale by J. D. "Hlglnbotliam Co., OUGHT TO HELP SOME Frank Farrcll, owner of tho Yan- kees, has espendeJ more than'J10.- 1n buying players'lo holilo'.-.up his learn slnca lasl'summer. Ma-iy changes have been made in the Iht-' up -by Manager. Frank and it U confidently believed by anpportein of the team that Iho Peerless Loder has struck n winning combination. here this year to get hold ol an art- ist who can mate this deficien- cy and pay him his price. A pitcher who can deliver ths goods in approv- ed style, hut not a world-beater, is the man sought; one who can at least pitch alongside Peters, the Maotcod Iwirlcr ol last year. With there w man of his calibie on the firing lino call made. the promoters to maVe a canvas the city, asking for a small donation in case of failure. If the gate re- ceipts pay Ihe leara's way no one will be called upon, out otherwise the donors will be called upon to make- up tb.5 deficit. It is altogether likely ill never to be a the playicg of the fielders will made comparatively easy nnd we have the material right here and lol< ,D! it. I The clubs of the league will likely j .te ''.etribridge, Talcr, linw Islar.d ar.rt Taber is doubtful, the oth- ef three' being1 assured. They Lethtridge entering a team in league to Uie south as well as Crows N'est line was mooted, was left undecided. TI.e meeting was adjourned until next week. Mr. C. J. occupied Hie chair and there were about a dozen g' i j meet here in a It" to thrrough-j of Ihe old guard present. 9 0 BASEBALL VERY PilUCH ALIVE IN FERNIE TOWN Lejgje Organized There Five Teams Including fc-rnle, B.C., April prepar- ation for the weekly-half-holiday, a meeting was held In Fernie on April H by some baseball enthusiasts, who formed the City" Baseball league. Five teams ing, which tends'lo show that base- ball la far ftoin'dead In Fernla. Thi) officers ot Ihe leacue were el- ected aa follows: President, M. A. Kastntr; vico-prealdent, W. Ingram: necretarr-trcMurer, ,i, ,W. (Julnney. A meeting ol the cxc-cullve Is lo ue fceld la it few daya lo drnw up jchedul.e. BASEBALL AT MAGRATH School Team Defeated the Town Nine With Considerable Eate Jlagrath, Alia., April (Irst baseball game rlayed here this sea- son was witnessed on the High School diamond, when the High boys and the fatuKy claahr.d with a town aggregation, the latter going to IgnoWe deleat in a score aornething like 13-S. It was a fast eihlblllon, and moments keeping up the enthusiasm of the fans. Pearson did Ihc for- Ihc High School tirlgadc, ar.d seem.! cd lo deliver Ihe goods. lie was ac-l corded fine support, the schrwl team I Ijelng In far belief shape than llicirl onpor.enlB.. However, tbe lown hoy_ made a fairly creditable showir.e, and we predict a big BiirprlBe for the stu- dents when the two teams come to- gether asa'.n. The teams lined up as follows: High School: nice, 3rd b.; "llrown, l.f.; Rcolt, S.B.; Head, b.; 1'cttr- son, r.f.; Dow, 1st b.; Worff, Tay- lor, r.l.; n. Town: K. Ashe, James Mercer, Shaffer, Rasmussen, Barrcir, 'A. Mcr cer, F. Ashe, nirlo. Do n3t conrfe.nn the Tango until you tee it danced CORRECTLY ordinary Sale Down Go The Prices No More to be Repaired--WHY! IJeriiuse you get at Goodman's Store a pair of Men's Shoes, well made and guaranteed to wear good, at Tllis slloc is everywlicrc from to lji-1.00. Can you afford to miss this JJargain! Wlial do yon think of these Specialst MEN'S SUITS Tweed Suits in nil colors, good yalnp at now arc blue Serges, strictly band tailored garments, nil tbis season's make, value -S21, now We luivc'ft largo (luantity of Boys' Suits long pauls, value uj) to -S9.50. Ji'or.quick, sale, pric.o......................S4.50 51.00 HATS now spring style, going at. Men's Work Shirts, strong and roomy, 2 for Largo vuvioty of 50c Tics, now. til. cacli. 15c ilcn's (Jolton Sooks, double toes nnil liool, vnl- uo 20c, iO pairs for .00 Hoys' Overalls, gooil value Boc, at. .450 Tliis 8nlu is for 10 days only. If yon want good goods at right wricus, bo bore do not miss Ibis opportunity. One of thcsp fchoeVdnly lo a cuslonior piircliasiug 82.00 worlii or more of goods in llic store. Note ihc address: lien's Oxfords in tnn and palenl, made in best factories in C'nnada. Regular 50 to 1'or quick sale 3rd Avenue Next to The Royal Bank GOODMAN'S ;