Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
?AGE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, Al'ItH, lull Enthusiastic Meeting of Clubs Held Here-Lellibridge, Macled. Tabsr and Bow Island Included-C. J. Eckstotm Made President-Important Ru'.es Adopted Toronto Boy Forces Two Opontnts To Quit in Pint .Round Secured from the llttsb'jrg N'ation- NATIONAL St'N'UAV GAMES OHectft" St. Louis i Uallcruis. Cheney and nry and Snyder. 9 13 2 7 9 3 relist Ciucinnati i 9 Cooper, AL-lJuill.in and llil-scn Hen ton, Adam and Clark auii Uouiolea. i SATURDAY GAMKS Xc-w York 0 11 'llrooklyn 'J 93 Matlienscn, Kiomiiie nr.0 Meyers 'McLean, llajon and jjlller. 3 Representatives of the i-lubs c.t tl.e Po'Jihecn Allvna were in session heie at the Dallas lijlel Sc.r over two hours Saturday aJtcrnCi-r. 2ad completed plans let the ciinijc season. An organization was which tus every indica- tion ol prbvinj suwc-ssiul in its aims. sauies i.ill he a lew days before l-rmpirr The sched- ule was left- in the h.itivls oi the sec- retary to draw up. rach club Ibe particular dates they were aniisus to have reserved ar.d the they wished Tbe lirst lil-eli he played at How Th- cl'As represented at the ntciine island May 19, anil the pittf ,m v-rc I ethbridee. Madeod, Taber th; 30th .it Tata, the 1 cthhridge and v-tc' e.uh ripre- and How Islan seated by two or Jiai-looil i-luljs leinj visitors KI mure delegate. _M3clcuJ liaw a, The luectins was conceded to the v..jif most ol their ir.cst enthusiastic g.ithenns of the e3mes Wcilufsday, tlat day Hoston, Mass.. April na- tional champions survived the ellraln- j Philaddi'liia 5 10 Perdue, Crutcber and shall and KiilifiT. .Pitlsburs S 14 I 1 Cincinnati y 5 3 Adams, Cowl'and dibson John- sun, Kcwan ar.d ClarV. Cbicaso 2 0 S St. Louis 500 Pierce, Stack and Archer; Kobiu- sori and Snyder. AMERICAN SUSUAV tiAMUS Louis......................... 5 0 1 :nd that lias been telil for years. C. .1. Kcislorm was elecled presi- dent oi the lej-te. Mr. tlckstorin was the city at the tirr.e and it Has cot wbeiLer or cot h: take the otVce, bit leis he. was elected unanimously acd the considered its-el! lucky ii Jlr. Ec'-storm would act. Later Mr. KcVstorr.i in this coar-cetion an! he was veiy icluctant summer months heing a hi.'-holiday there. Lethbridge, too. will have H'eiinesrlay games stiould the half-holiday idea come into lorce hire at all. Kjcb cluli ol the vill tc re- !atiou bouis of the Nntloaal Amntci 'champioushlps night. Hitchin. of Toronto, litleboder in tho j 125 pound class, forced two opponents to quit lieftrtv either bad finished one wbQ is showing William et. of New Vort, Cleveland qvirrd to deposit with the secretary- tbe Leafs .of the Torcato treasurer '.be sum of 525 as a pv.ir- aaier ol jood laith the league. A pcnnr.nl einWemalie- of the clam- tVani Iri (he oihibition games, by an opponent's default. Detroit TOUnu. 11 miHiu uancL, vt pound chamclon. went through Knhler and 0 Nelll 6 7 Bohlei 0 3 9 3 and Stanagc. Cleveland bosera won seven of the elgbt bouis In tbev -rere enler- ea. Toronto boxers won in four con- tests, and New York boxers were vie- torious in four out of five. The finals, will decide tile national lies in eight classes for another year, will be fought tonight. SATUKDAY'S GAMES Washingt 7 1 140 Johnson and Air.sruitb ICeatin; and Sweeney. Reach Line Is Probably the Most Popu- lar Line of Baseball Goods in America Today The Majority of the Big League Players use either a Reach Glove or Bat The American League uses the Reach Ball exclusively. ciiovos Mitt..........S1.00 lo Bats......-.'................10CI> Americiui League Philadelphia 0 Boston.................. 1 Pbnk rmd Schang lon and Thomas. Mail-Orders Promptly arid Carefully Attended To The Red Cross Drug and Book Company Limited Phone 555 Third Avenue One oi Ib; bows oi contention that lerfy. pcrr-lescd the mretlrii; in'.rojj--. The. Hon. Archie. McLean na- fcclion into the ru'.rs. ol the league atirhio'tiEly elected honorary president a paid battery oe allowed if a along with Hobt. 1'alterspn, c'vb so if. Macleod and Leth-.and J. IV. Reid, Bow Island. trifl-e were in favor, now Island was j The delegates were: in-l to be andKldrd, while, Tabsr i Bern- Swcnmimson, ait r some derate, was willirift'lo. be-' Rogers, Heattie, I'eid. that-Tabcr might ;tand for one! Kihitb, raid r'ayer. but no more. It was fin-1 M ally settled lliat or.e paid player he itt. allowed, each team in the league it Evans, they so wished; it is optional .with nnd Monisotj. Morris V. B. Green...... J. GlenisiE-..... E. .Carlson-..... T. Evans.. iessrs: Murphy and Hew- -j' H J. .McDonnell G. Mulr......'. 7.. 3. SeAl..... K. O. Stickler Oliver.. Professional. NIK UK 115 Athletic dub. Chicago 125 A.C.iKaE5as (jjtr 135 Hatch, Vancouver! (.5 AX1. 'Fiske, Watson and Wilson; 545 .Hatch, Vancouver Harris, Packard and Kaslcrly. A.C. luS Vaneou-1 HI; Louis A.C. Indianapolis New- Westminster's Famous Lacrosse Team is Disbanded Lfn Turr.bull. Clifi "Grurapf" Con Jones' imported stars won the tiplin- and protaloly .Tom Trnnie, oi coist has been su-' 4h? prcine in lacrosic. dob, 'will depart shortly for ejstcii) wh'er'e they will play with (he toruntos oi .the. Dominion Lacrosse association. This announcement conveys an n DKBX I.AKT WOUD IX I LACIlOSSIi 1 All rnorls un-ilie rari of eastern IcIuKs' to Inle tlic silver bowl away inl- froM Salmoabellies failed aud for fiortant fact to the Canadian lacrosse seasMis New Westminster l.as passing of -one ol the cecc-'th: last'word in lacrosse, greatest tcaius in the annals of the i -fnl.s wor.ileiiul machine, howerei; national paslir.-ie. is crumpling. the leaves begin Erei sioce Hie Salir.onbellies :n- vill be; Veae; Harper and Corless; Banner- man. n'n.i rjlark, Hoierlsoii. llrcnnaa, Blmni and JoJiur.toEi. lltsGnea: Lush. a'.itl Kick-off at p.m. CITY FOOTBALL" LEAGUE There will bo a rneetlns of thi1 Kootb-dll r-liiljH Iclr.OFfOiv nipht Hritt-1 1, Millwa.II Alhlelic I. M'tltiyr Tr.v.n-I'oilsinouth, post- SCOTTISH LKAUUK Ayr I.'. 2. Aheritwti I. rumburtoii 1, Alrdrieoniaris fj. .1, Hibernians 0. tywrn's Park 0, Dundee I. 'niistlcs 1, Kalliirk 2. Hamilton Academicals 1T St. Mir- rcn 0. i, lU.ith Hovers 0. Kilmcrnoci: u. Mar (cm 1. P.aiiiers 2, Third Lanark 0. The biggest hy the Coinrnlsslone'rai'lhis mornlnB was the practical assurance given by them Lelhbtldge Aaual.ic aEso; cittioti'that they Vdu'id' undertalie fto j ralac 'do lo tlic ;.f on- struclion of boil house at Hender- son Parii lake. Kvcr sinco the regalias al tlic lake iajt summer, fact, before that time tho aquatic association has been anj liendlng every effort toward tho es- tablishment of nccommoili lion at- the park, so that! they might have something especially good U offer members. .The rczaltaa and aeiuallc' sports urovtd very popular the public, and the otlendaiice nt each or.e was fo large that the j street car c-arnlnEB on these occa- EJODs wore.considerably swelled, Ihus returning a profit lei the city in street railway earnings. The granting of their reuueEt this morning, mode Mr. Wlltile nnd ang rr.ented by the prefier.ce of ten mem- bers of the.club, is considered as an exlremely good InvcEltnent for the 3 icily on this account., I Mr. M'llkio pointed bul lo He ceiin- 1 cil that thn city had large invcst- 3 merits nt tho lake, and .that Hie only j way In v.-Slch 'lionellit would accrue 4 would he throusb Increoscfl the street car line, Ihc Influence the regattas greatly- stimulating irafllc on the IleJ line. Choosing Good Lootlon The plans for the- building aert presented to the rouucil, and the suggested is to the north of the pav- 'close lo'the'.car Sine. Thii sile v.-lll be thoroughly gone over b] the niemberfs. with Commlssionc-l Grace, before a decision Is reached- The location was picked oul on ac- count of its proiimlly to the end ol the to sewer and w.ilei connections, should they he Ir.slnlled Inter. The plans show only one unll a'. He boatliousc, anil the wilt be atliled to lalcr on. The mera hers of the clnli felt (bat when the) had Ihls adjunct, there would be no difficulty in obtaining sufficlcnl rtd- dlllons to their rocnioershlp mil tc make tile sclE-sustaininJ nnd tho club will undertake the ad dllton lo Ihc building as their rc- ctliita Tvarrnnt. Tlie' total cnsl ol the" prcsneciive building will b( the club paylnc half. Construe tlon will ns soon illrt Is decided Ibl Columbus Indianapolis SUNDAY Paul Kansas.City 1 Second gam I Si: Paul I Kansas Cily (Louisville Cleveland 8 I Hatlf-p us 20. Cnltcd Services 6. flloucfslcr in, llallr 3. Bicet-r Ilrislol o. 13, Mosplcy 0. Cardiff 'is, 'LUnelly 0. Ncwprrl 8, lievc-'nport Albion 0. KING GEORGE WILL ATTEND CUP FINAL SATURDAY NEXT London, April King has Ills sludifta of the association gama have het-n hitherto conflnc-J (o con' tests the Army find Navy, Ills Mnjoly's visit lo the CryaKI 17 12 Columbus his inlenllon of witnessing Palave on Saturday will te tiie rlnal matiili btlwwn Liverpool jinpular, am] will revive public aud liurnlcy, for (ho Knullsh cup on; lercat which woned owing io Kiel Haturday next. TM3 icil' ho the first purely character of !o 1 wlt- at tho V. M. C. A., at S o'clock pliactj. tc-lng his j by Hie King, Ihc rushy game cnnlfst. both Llverfiool am! Itiirnley helug In tl-.c north counfy.of Minneapolis-Milwaukee, rain. XOll'J'ilWKSTKKX OAMKS Taroma S, Vancouver Sro'car.c 11, ViclorU 1. HcUlte 2, Portland 0. 'PACIFIC COAST SATf.'linAV'H OAMI'.S Ksn l-'rincisco 11, l.oa Angflrs 1. Venice 3, Kacrainrntrj 1. OaUtind 0, Potllanel I. A GOOD SPORT N'ew York, X'.Y., April row Wilson has arcoolei) an Invlla tlon to' be hcaoiary of Iht American Olympic commlllt-c cf Ua IN STOCK Ilnnlford Perfect, Cyrus Slindafil, f'yekt fitted wllh New Hercules er Kadlu Coaster Hub.', llutilov Tiien. tind Belli lined. Genuine II. S. A. biilH lo orelcr. or Three Spe-cd Oenrs fitted. CASH OR EASY PAYPrfENTS Cyclfj and Sowing Machines .llcpalrcel, Haiiy Carriage Tires liltcel; full Uric of accessories. LETHBRIDGE CYCLE COMPANY 110 5th STREET SOUTH.