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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta I THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I'AGE THKEK CUASAHTEED BICYCLES rcHch for my "At with otic Imtitt ntul tny "Clcvctnml" with the olhtr. snysu wiU.kiiowii doctor. The "Clcvclntid" rims smoolhU -Isbuilt iAC i (oi- service. J rice ^"f C.C.M. Moikr F" �5S Canada Cyole & Motor Company Limited. Toronto. 31-A FOR SALE BY D. E. MACDONALD, GUNSMITH 407 5th St., 8. Phono 1032 ANOPENTEilS ATCIIY RECRUIT KEES'-^ mk 0 HOCKEYISIWASLA p High Esteem in Which Del Irvine Was Held Well Attested to at Last Rites CANADIAN LA "LAYER NED BACK AT AMERICAN BORDER RTS All American tournaiDant will ho hold at llie city tennis eotiilK Good Fi'lday, oomnienc-infi Kt o'clock. It Is open to all tennis players of the city and no entrance fee will he charged. Tills was decided at a meet-ing ot the clly club executive at Uie y. .M. C. A. la.sl night. PROFESSIONAL SOCCER STARS JOIN THE COLORS London, April 10.-The ofllclal clo.s-liig or the English football season on April ,'tO will releaBO a large number ot soccer profesalonals whose con-IractB will expire with their various -> : > ? > o o NO LACROSSE AT COAST UNTIL WAR CONCLUDES : Vancouver, April 19-Xo pro- : fessional lacrosse will be play- ? ed on the Pacific coast until : after tlie war is concluded. In ? order that recruiting may be > aided among lacrosse players > to light the empire's battles, : members of the executive of the Paclflc Coast Lacrosse as- : sociation in a meeting in New : Westminster yesterday after- : noon unanimously decided that ; during the duration of the war : it would bo best to su.spend tho : national game at the coast. : Representatives of the New > Westminster Miiito cup team ? and the Vancouver club were � ? present. ' ? ? : : ? ? > > ? ? ? ? > Winnipeg, April lii.-llundrudH of WinnipcggerK of all ages paid their la�t ruspoct.s to the memory of the late Del Irvine, Wlnnliieg hoy and Htar hocke.vlHt at the (^ongrogational church yesterday afternoon. Thr; service was conducted by Rev, W. ,i. llindley and Dr. Sinclair. Mr. llindley paid a high tribute to Del Irvine, In which ho stated lliut he played the game in true character and soul, which won him the crown ot success A iinifiiio cei'einony was performed at the family residence jirlor to tlio funeral, when Rev. Win. Hindlcy bup-tized Dorolliy Irvine, the seven weeks' old baby. .Manager Savage, of tho Portland team, of which Del Irvine was a meinbor llie past season, was god-l'atlicr, and his team-mates, Charley Tobin. Wllberl Harris, Tommy Dunderilain, K'rnle .lohnson and Tommy -MiMTay. who acted as pall-boarcrR, were present. The fniieral was one ol! the largest over lield In Winnipeg, which testified to the high esteem in which tlie late Del Irvine was held In his home clly. Known from Coast to Coast Tho death ot Del Irvine, one of Canada's foremost hockey players, at Ciiicago from pneumonia, will he a great shock to athletic devotees of tho west. He was a nioml)er of the Portland Rosebuds and made the trip east with tho team on Portland's bid fo/ the Stanley cup. The team, after the Stanley cup series, played exhibition games in the eastern States and it was while travelling between New-York and Chicago that young Irvine contracted tlie disease which was responsible for his death. Irvine was a member of the Monarch hockey team of Winnipeg when they won the Allan cup from Regina one year ago, and was considered one of tho very best players that the game has produced in recent years. His name was well-known in the west and was often printed as featuring a contest. His reputation spread to the east and west and Ills services were much in demand by professional magnates. He was persuaded to join the professional ranks last fall, after a great deal of pressure waa brought to bear upon him. He was a married man, and with the responsibility ot a family upon his shoulders he listened to the persuasion ot the professional hockey promoters. He was a star of the Portland team of the Pacific Coast league, and played a:n important part In their capturing the championship of the Pacific Coast league. Ho participated in the Stanley cup series In Montreal, and was a star during the aeries. When arrangements wore made for a series of exhibition games in New York between Portland and the Ca-nadiens, he accompanied the team, and although suffering from a cold played In all ot the games. The first intimation received in Winnipeg of his Illness was on Monday, when it was announced that he was seriously ill, but not necessarily beyond hope of recovery. T. A. Irvine, his father, and his wife, married but little over a year, left with the little baby girl, horn a tew months ago, to be with him in Chicago, as tho physicians declared his condition guite serious, and wore at his bedside when he passed away quite peacefully at 11 o'clock Thursday night. The remains were conveyed to Winnipeg for Interment. BILLY FITZGERALD April li).-"Hilly' Fit?.- N LEAD IN THE A� LEAG AMERICAN 1, I' c, �T.'.d .711 �Hi:.', .r.Ti ..'illO Now York......... :! Hoaton........... .'. Miicago.......... St. Louiii......... I WnHiiingtoii...... Detroit.......... Clcvchtiul......... J Philadelphia...... o Recruit Makes Good New York, April in.-New York look the lead in tho American league today by defeating Philadelphia, the ! scorn being 2 to 1. Marklc, a recruit I from tho Texas league, pitched for , the Yankees and held the Atbletirs � lo three lilts. Philadelphia ......... 1 I! 1 I New York............ i; ( 0 Crowell, Meyers and .\ieyer, .Murphy; Marklc and Niinamaker. One Game Apiece lioston, April IB.-I^eonard, pitcii-Ing his llr.st game of the season, held Washinglon to three hltsi this afternoon, and Boston shut out the visitors "J to 0. WnBhingtoii won the morning game of the Patriots' Day program. .') to by bunchlni; hits in the lltth inning. Morning Game- Washington .......... I r, 0 Bo.ston .............. 2 7 J Booliling and Williams, Henry, Foster and Cady, Agncw. Afternoon Game- Washinglaii .......... 0 " 0 Boston .............. - li (J Gallia. Aycrs and Henry; l^eonard and Thomas. Wellman Beats White Sox Chicago, April li).-St. Louis lieat C)iicap,o today, tripling the sooro. Tho pitching ol' Wellman was a fcadiro of tho ;;iime. St. Louis............ i! 10 1 Chicago.............. 2 4 0 Wellman and Scvcroid; C'icottc. Russell, Wolfgang and Schalk. Well fitted adds to the appearance of your new spring wearing apparel as also to your comfort. We have in stock or can get from our catalogue for you anything you wish for all ages. A special line of ^kuffers for children's wear now in stock. Toronto. gciald of St. Catharines, pecrlc.s.s home llelder of the lacros.sc world whoso generalship and scoring ability are known from coast to coast, ran foul of a United States immigration oltieer at Niagara Fails, who refused to allow him to cross the border. Last spring "Fit^" Wiiii engaged-Ki!  coaci! for Hobart College of Geneva. N. V.. and made good, and Hobart wanted him again, but yesterday he was refused admission to tho States. When he protested he was taken before a board ot tliree olliccrs, to whom his appeals were of no avail, and he was summarily told to "beat it." Filz-gerald'K friends desire to know if lie is to be refused admission to go to an American college to teach Canada's national game, wliy should American baseball player.^ be permitted to enter Canada, and play before Canadian spectators foi- Canadian money? Fitz-gei-ald lias wired the laculty of Hobart College explaining his jiosition. What the objection to Fitzgerald is, is a question. NATIONAL SHERLOCK BUILDING THIRD AVENUE S. Philadelphia Cincinnati .. Hoaton ... .' St. Louis .., PitLsburg .., Chicago .... Prooklyn .., New York .. w L P. C. 4 I .SOO i; .714 2 n :\ .:m\ :; 4 .4;.'S '1 4 .�v.v:, 1 1 .X0. I :; .2."iu Cardston is Giving Full Support to'Oil Exploiters (I'ONTINUI-d FliO^t FitONT PaUE) Don't overlook that big football melee tomorrow afternoon at the Athletic park. A picked eleven from the Kilties battalion will battle with the S. O. B. team. Hostilities will open at 2.30. You'll have to get around early to get a front seat. It is a patriotic affair and the proceeds will go In that direction, but It is not on that ground alone that a good turn out of enthusiasts is anticipated; the conteat will be an exceptionally good one. The Kilties have had plenty of practice and they have exhibited no mean amount of skill. The Sons' firing line will be composed of a team of old and seasoned stalwarts who, though short on practice, will give an excellent account of themselves. Jimmy Gurr will handle the big doings. Superbas Win a Game Brooklyn, April 10.-Brooklyn won its tlrat game of the season today, defeating Now York T to ". .Manager Robinson benched O'.Mara and Getz, sending Olson' to short and Mowery to third. Olson's batting and lieldint; were the features. Brooklyn gave Smith faultless Bujiuort, while tho liiants were weak in tlie nekl. New York ............ 11 Brooklyn ............ 7 !) u Tesreau and Rariden; Smilli and McCarty, Meyers. Bender Stepped Into Breach Philadelphia, April lit-Wildness on the part of Boston's pitchers proved very costly t'oday, the home players hitting the ball, hard after haismen had been given passes, Philadelphia winning (i to �>. Bender made his lirst appearance as a National leaguer in the nintli and prevented Boston from scoring. Boston................ .'> n 0 Philadelphia ......... i! 10 1 Hughes, Knet/er, Tyler, Reulbach and Gowdy; Mayer, Bender and Burns. .No other games were scheduled In the National league yesterday. said is not satisfactory to those wliom it is intended to serve on account of its infrequency and from tho fact that letters posted at any of the above mentioned places on Tuesday do not leave Cardston until tho fnllowliig Monday, and whereas the above mentioned placpH receive and send tlieir mail through the central postollice at Cardston, your petitioners pray as follows: 1, that Aelna. Kimball and Taylorville be supplied with a triweekly mail. 2, that the mail be car- Our Easter Specials The brightest and happiest of Easter styles-in Fit-Reform Spring Suits-at $18.50, $20, $22.50, $25. up. 124E McKelvie & McGuire SOUIITIS NOWAPROFESSIONA Uoston, .\pril 10.-Francis Ouimet, former national open and" amateur golf champion, was othclally notllled by oillciala ot the United States GoU' associattnn tha4. he will bo Ineligible to play in amateur competition this year, It was learned last night. Out met recently oiioned a sporting gooils store in this city In partnership with .Tolin 11. .Sttlllvan, Jr., another goiter. Oiilmet, who rocoived the notification through M. L. Crosby, a member of tiio e.xocutlve coinmlttoe of the association, saUl that he did not purpose to play professional golt, hut would continue In privuite piay. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Toledo-Milwaukee ............ I 4  Toledo................ " :i Hovlik, Sbacklel'ord ami .Mien; Kai-serllng and Sweeney. At Columbus- Kansas City......... 4 G 'J Columbus............ .'i 0 S Hiiniphrtes. Reagan and Hargravo; Blodgotl, Link and Coleman. At Louisville-- Minneapolis .......... n 8 I! Louisville............U! IT 1 Hoiiper, liiiig, lOngloman and Owens: MIddloloii, Perdiio and Williams. At Indianapolis- St. Paul ............ 7 .10 2 Indianapolis .......... I 0 2 Flnneran and Land; Dawson, Aid-rich and Scliang. proving oi tliis field, and whereas, neither of the said companies have endeavored to sell stock, but are using their own funds entirely tor the development work, and whereas tho.expenditure of nitiuoy ill and around Cardston. Carilstoii lends encouragement to tlie volume ot bu.'4lneMS done and is a benofit to the wliole community, and whereas, it through the efforts of the said L. H. D. Syiuilcale and Mr. itobort .M. McFarlin, or oth-ers, oil or gas i.s discovered in commercial (luantities. It will most mu-tin-ially bonellt all persons livin'; ia Cardston and tho Cardston district, [and whereas, tlie Dominion Oil Company. T^trt., CaU;avy, made tho llrsl, star! at drilling south of and near Cardston. be it thoreforo Resolved, that this board strongly commends the good efforts ot the said coiiipanies and others, and sincerely GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HAIR She Mixed Sulphur with Restore Color, Gloss, Thickness. It to riod from and to the above places on Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays. ' hopes for their absolute and complete ;!. that this arrangement be made with-i success, and he it [urthcr resolved, out delay as the best interests of the that this board heartily ofl'ers its ser- � JIM MITCHELL WINS 'PEG BOWLING HONORS Jack Forgie Makes a Perfect Score in the Last Game of League Race Wlnnipog, April 10.-.llin Mitchell, i'ormorly ot Vancouver and Calgary, won In tlio Individual championship of the Winnipeg Senior Bowling League with tho splonilld average of iao.2. Tho league wound up tonight, and Jim Mitchell needed a score of 004 to got an nvuragu ot an ovon 200, hut tho pins woro falling bad, and he failed to roach tho charmed mark, ,la(!k I'^irglo in the last game of tho league nuulo a poasiblo llflO. - COAST LEAGUE At San Francisco- Vernon .............. U Oakland ............ '2 7 it HesM and Whaling'; Boy,", and Bl-llott. At Los A'igeleB-- Saii Francisco......... 1 7 ?. LoB Angeles........... S 11 0 Brown and Brooks; Porrltt, Hogg and Boles. At Portland-Salt Lake............i;i 14 n Portland ............ 0 12 4 Hughes and Hannah; Noyes, Hlg-glnbothain and Roche, Fisher. community at large, of and Iributiiry^ to tlie above places urgently need the mail service requested." It was moved and passed that tho lioard render all possible assistance. Another petition, along similar lines with 32 signatures attached, was received as follow.s; "Owendale, Wool-ford farmers, ranchers and settlers petition the postmaster-general to place postoffico on Sec. 18-2-211 W. 4th. At the present time wo are getting our mail at Wooltord, which is some nine miles from the point above mentioned, but there is considorabie territory to the east, north-east and south and south-east that a new post-ofllco would serve and from which at present, the distance to Wooltord is too .great. We are informed that it Is the intention of the department to ' place a post-olllce on tho Bar K Two, lease, further east, thus the same mail carrier could leave mall on the sec-tlmi mentioned above without going out. ot his way. We would respectfully suggest that Mr. W. R. Rlcknioy-er be appointed postmaster and Mrs. Rachel Rlckmoyer assistant." As it was realized that this district wa-j very poorly served, it Vt'as moved and passed that tlip Board render alt assistance possible. It was brought to tho ntlontlon ct tho board that the local assessment for school purposes was to be placed-at tour mills higher than last year, as an extra $7,000 was required for payment on debentures. In connection therewith it was considered this was an opportune time to readjust the assessment and it was moved that a committee be appointed to act in conjunction Willi tho council as an equalizing hoard. The jianies ot IC. N. Barker and J. Emer Harris were submitted and adopted. Tho suggestion will bo placed before tho council at the next meeting. Tho present unsntistactory condition ot the Btroots was discussed and it was moved that tho council bo asked to co-oporato with the movoraent now under way to put roads In shape before tho arrival of Iho rainy season, l.tnder the offer now ponding the town's expenses would only be cost ot labor and necessary culverts. ARROW COLLARspring Claitl, riilio