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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE tETHBRIDGE" DAILY HERAl.I) FRIDAY, APRH, 21, 1911 Country Club Elects Officers for the Year-Arrangements Made to Convey Mem- bers to Links NATIONAL Cir.cinnaU 151 Chicaze-............................ 2 1 J Douglas, Inprsoll acil tlati La- vender and Archer. Philiuetphia 71 New Yurk 11 2 Mavct, and KiT.ifcr; roiu, Sthaupp anil McLean. Si. Louis J'ilisjurS The gro-ir.Js tbe l-cthbriilje jGi'vsoL. Country Club will be lie icfre o! iia I Albcna (ioll Ibis year. Kdraentos bad tbe I'iuinpion- j fillips Jast year and Calgary had tbem Car'.hy Tiler nnd Ciuudy. tic year The dates lor tbe contests bave not yet been decked, t bey be Au- fusi- I'hilatMphia 3 The city will be the ruecca ci jolt j Cole, s-'chultz and Sweeney exponents from all pans cf Alberta ;6nj a number ol golfers from other! points outside oi tbe province will; 5 le ia o'-t niidst to take part ia tbe open events. The Country Club rcwntlr beld a Ainsmitb. meeting for'tbe purpose ot electing j officers for ensuing year and j Chii-aco arranttments for 1be r-'r time cterebnd here ia August. Cicotte and Sclulli The elec'ed were 0. M. PROUD'S "LAPY WON FOUR PRIZES CALGARY SHOW RUTH' AT Maeleod. Alia.. April tulations ;ue being these days upon Ur. 0. M. I'rouJ, manager of tbe lot-al branch ol Ihe I'csun bank, anil P2e_ ot the town's best known players, till Ibe excellent 1 9 2 ing mad? by his handsome saddle 5 o rnare- "Lady Hulh" at the bis Horse r; Ailaius and in Calgary. Considering tbal the was the best ever held ami tbat the in Ibe 1 73 classes was keen, Mr. 982 1'rocd's mare pulled no mean teat t'ljiflcr and Me- fa aaocxins four first there be- ing tuenty-nir.e entries in one of tbe classes in uhicb she was shown, twenty-one iu ar.otber, acd in an- other, fifteen. ''Lady who ac- 6 I cording to Ueorjf Pepper, tbe well 1 0 knoun Eastern horseman, is good Hush enough to win in be: vlass at the shows in the cast, was first in ttie class for saddle horses over 1 ii.3 but not exceeding 13, first in tbe C 3 jlighlircUht polo poay class, first in J. Shepherd. Power. Board L. M. John- stone, A. Barcsley, G. It: Tinuins, J. V. Jlc-Vicol, Dr. McXallr. Greens CoraniiUee-J. VT. StcXlcbl, J. C. JJeW, D. A. Dim. Arrangements have been completed to transport to the links.on Satur- days and Sundays club members ivho hare no Starting tomcrrovr ices Harder and Berry. cars will be provided leaving corner ol 3rd Ave. and '13tn street at 2.30 St. sharp. Johnston and Cany Jcteoa and! the ladies' saddle "class, 15.! ar.d v.hile ia tbe light weight Hunter cbss up to carrying 150 pounds she 1 61 'carried ofi tbe badge ot premier bon- 4 10 0 jots. "Laiiy Huth" would be a credit Mitchell aEd j to any stabli1, but sle is only one of the splendid string of equines owned Carisch. Detroit 3 4 1 St. Ixj-dis........................ I 7 1 Wain and Stsnage; Tay- lor and Cross ia. FEDERAL a S 3 Pittshurg 6 14 4 Marcen, Charelle, Lafitle acd Ow- BOLSTERING UP-MACLEOD 'BASEBALL 'TEAM Maclecd.' Aha., April ia'anager" of the ilaclecd basebatt team; is away .this" week oa a still hunt for players to take tHe places of McCarter, aui Peters, splendid work here last the way for hfgbly favorable offers this year from other places- There is some good ball material "shaping up well in (own at pre- sent, so if Mr. Anderson s-jc- cecds in. his scouting iiou, the fan? Mil cot te.dls- appolnted. Louis 3 Indianapolis 8 0 5 2 Krupper acd iiartely Falkenberg Uufialo Baltimore -1 10 3 Moore, Krapp anil Blair and JacSclitsch- Kansas. City I Chicago 9 Johnstone. Stone, Hogarr and Eas- tetly'; ilecGiic and IVilsoii. .Montreal Jersey City Btifialo 5 Baltimore........................, 3 A Triumph in Bicycle Value by Mr, Proud, from wfcooi more will le heard later. HE LIKES BOXING GAME Commander Evans, tlic Antarctic explorer, is a boxing fan. Last Tues- day night, he witnessed a ten-round, no decision contest ai Retina, be- tpreen BIHy Farrei'of Moose Jack Willianis of Reglna. nnd Jos Boehllng, the sersatTonal stfuthpaw, has dtvdoped UNITED MINE WORKERS .WILL GIVE A LOT OF MONEY IN PRIZES FOR THE MAY DAY SPORTS AT FERNIE ole, U.C.. April ts a list of urlzes for Ibo May under Ibe aiui'kci of the U.M.H'. of A., Gladstone local, .No. IS: 1st Itoys' race, under sixteen years.............S 5.00 Uojs' race, under fourteen years............ 1.00 Girls' race, under twelve years...............J.OC' Members of tbo unlou. over lj >ears........ Cno hundred round foollall Married ladles' race rice, oj-eu...... Siuslo latllos' race JOO.Oi' 10.CO 15.00 30.00 2nd l.GO 2.00 5.0 LI 15.00 10.00 ?10.CO 10.00 Tiiy-of-war, six on a sidy 110 yards so.OO Ic-CO SCO Chir.r.mcu's race...................... HnaJ 100 yards1, over 15 years........ 10.00 r-.OO LOUg Jump............................. 15.00 10.00 Squaw race. 100 yards................... C.OO 4.00 100 yards' dash, members District Ii 13.00 lo'oo 5.00 Motor .cycle race, two wiles................ 10.00 25.00 Pony race, 11 lian-.te......-.......... 15.00 One hundred doTvars vlll lie givenfor senior lacrcsso there Is an oulsWo team. -Entrance. Thirty-three dollars for Junior lacrosse. Thlrly-turee dollars will bo given (or junior football, v Senior football is confined to teams oMhe C. K, p. Many valuable i-rizes iu useful articles have been coctribuled by the local merchants. CARDSTON GOING IN STRONG FOR LAWN TENNIS .Cardston, Alia., Apiil i ac-Hvitles. Tim cleclrlo lights Instnll- is taking bold In Cardston, and, ns far as can be seen now, thcra be three, thrivin; clubs in tho Tcniplo City. K. X. Barker, one of ibe en- thusiasts, has wade some improve- ment on his cinder court. A covering of clay lias been added, and with ex- cellent resu'lt. ftanc made a new court at house. This will be. ready for play in tbe course of a weeS. The Ariult ed last fall ni an experiment, have worked out satisfactorily, und will used ngalll. The r.rass has been lilt- ed, anii the court levelled, making an excellent earth court. The member- ship of this club will be large. Other at Cardstou are prom change of pace lo htlp out his famous Me class court on. the I'resbylcrlan Unquestionably the find of last year, the National youngster ap- pears lo observers to ts a "one-sea- son largely ttcauss ht threw curve after curve. Now that he has a larger variety to hsnd up to "the batter Ms worth will be greatly. Increased to Clark Griffith's t-am. church grounds, will be conducted his year separate from other class INTERNATIONAL Ualtimore City Providence.. Toronto Buffalo Montreal Hocbester P.C. l.UOii .C07 ,WT .CS7 .333 .35; .333 .COO INTEEXATIOXAI, S 13 .0 FEDERAL w. L. St. 7 Baltin.ore.'. 4. Ba'falo., .3. 1 Brooklyn.. Toronto 11 Providence ........................13 Vancouver Sealtle Portland Spokane 10 5 3 5 0 i ImHanapolls...... .V Kansas City...... 3 Cbicas P.C. .57! 2 .ij.i? 2-' 3 MOO 5 5 S .373 3- .'OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL I-or.-dbn. April League malrhcs played yesterday resulted aa folioivs: First Division llarchester United, 2; SbeifitVi United, 1. Southern Lesgui Plymoulli, 2; Poflimouth, 1. LOOK HERE ROV-S WANTED Boys intend taking up la- crosse are reijuested to leave ilicir names with Mr. :EarI UoijerU, ai ihe- Y.M.C.A. Jmmvdtately. Sutjiiar school h'avo" lined a j (tain of players, and-3 toam io o> jjose then.1.; In. ihcjiit'd is the npst move of the 'promoters of tnt scncoi boys' lacrosse league, T.IIO fxpect to have the schemes of JOB Lally lately "lauacfced. hero, broughl to a locus 3 Tho ttanl to" oppose Kncx wh] gtvo tnc'samc a start. Get in line, boys; ail under twent> years of age. TRIGGER AND TRAP Tho Alberta Giih clnb nicmbors and jircspiictive are cju5sto3 [o at tho trans tomorro'.v afternoon at 1 o'clock. Vlsitciis verr n'clcomp. RIFLE CLUB .MEMBERS Ttie Lethliriilgc wi'l l.M [nnir regular Snturrtay sbco: tomorrow at 1.30. j Victoria Tacoma 0 2 AM. ASSOCIATION Clevdatd 3 What a pily 11 iras (or the r.ara-l SHAMROCK FOOTBALL CLUB Craphcrs tliat Jimmy rtMr.'t! The nucllne of tiio Sharoiock Fcol Eiay in tile trite ring lonr enough Iorhill club rclfcduled, for tonight has flsbt George Chip. j bcfn poitroncd. until Mor.t'ay night. yuu wish to enjoy Wheeling, buy a FORT GARRY The best valse In on the market. Tho "Fort Rirry." A sigh'ly raachina with all tte latest Depar- ture Coaster Brake, Front Itlir, nraVe, Slotal Xor.-rjsi EpoliOi, good easy Spricg Compression Sat'- rtle, Mtlal H'ibbci Tralals, Eilension HaciJIf'bars .Call In and look It ovc-r. It's a hummer tit tbis price: Hudson's Bay Co, j Kansas City....................... C Mmr.eapulis 5 PACIFIC COAST I Venice NATIONAL w. i, AMKRICAX Detroit.. e 7 Xcw York for Saturday, 25th last, we offer GllIXESS'S STOUT (DoR-.s lu-aiul) Tho standard all over Ibe World, and with our Trade always in great dtmaul. We have- It In Pints nnd Halt Pints. Dozen Hnts t Dozen Half Tints rp a f Trico rgB "Albcila's 1'rlilo" Cases of 21 Quirt Bottler Price Dozen Quail Hottles r, j p ilowat has Islus well. The athletes of Ibe Mutual (lie Mission Improvtraent assoclatlou are busy urepcrlng {or their annual meet In May. Baseball aiid football 'devotees are iislng tbe streets In tbe day time, and tho public ball ground in the ev- ening for practice. CLARESHOLM WENT DOWN TO DEFEAT BY SCORE OF 3 TO t Macleod, .Uta, April a vote of 3 to 1 Ibe Madeod lootl'all- rrs put jl over a uiclied team parad- ictg as tbe pride Clarrshohu on tho AlUlc'.ic grouniis lipre libt uljlit. vrncn the teams lined up it looked as though tbe visitors ueje going to vengeance ou Ihe locals and thr nnncrr in Ihe game start- ed, beighlenej this impression, al- tbouRh Grant drew first Hood lor 3larlcod, with a splendid shot Ironx deep lett. TniratAs (be latter end ct Ue hall 1'lauto notched ar.othcr, Clarcsholm re-taliating on a corner kick. At the close ol tbe second halt Plaute secured the third tallv tor JIacleod and the game ended with tho loc-als two to Hie For tbe lue- ;ils Dunn, '.Irant, McCowan and I'lanle played a star game v.hilo Keith several times saved tbo nets by being always in the right- al tbe right time. PAT CONNOLLY WINS Arnerlcus Injures Himself in Fall to the Floor Vancouver, B.C., April Connolly was awarded the decision last. over Gus Scboenlin (Amer- after nearly an hour's xrcsll- Injj'. Scboenlic over tbo roues and slipped from the nlaltorm. injur- ing bis ribs by bittlug tbo edge of tha platform as lie fell.' Early in the sec- ond round both men wrestled them- selves out of tho ring, and onto tha floor. Schoenlin look tba first .'all ill 37 minutes anil G seconds. The report that Kid Gleason Is hurl must bo an error. Xothing could burt Half Dozen Quart Mottles Prico Q-jartor Dozen Quart Koulrs CSECS of 2) Pint Price 6, Per Slnglo Dozen Pint Hollies p 4 nf Prico .pliSa fColtlcj E-DAV CO. India Pale Ale The Best cf Appetizers. In the best Hotels and Clubs DOW YELLOW CAPSULE Iu3 the call C, C, PpiefD ifline end Spirit Company PHONE i Illlllll All you _have to do is to ask for Schlitz in Brown Bottles, Sunlight grows hops, but spoils the beer. "Beer acted upon by light soon takes up the very disagreeable, so-called 'light and also a repulsive, skunk-like says no less an authority than the Wahl-Henius Institute of Fermentology, the scientific authorities on the subject. Beer so they say, "is offensive to the palate of most consumers." Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives the best protection against light. The Brown Bottle protects Schlitz purity from the brewery to your glass. Why don't you, too, drink Schlitz? More and more people every year are demanding it. We started in a hut. Today our agencies dot the earth. Our output exceeds a million barrels a C. C. PAGNUELO Sff that CrOWH or cork wine and Spirit Co. branded" Schlitz phono The Beer Wade Milwaukee famous ;