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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BERAL-U PAGE SIX SUNDAY GAMKS St. l.ouis 2 MONDAY, AFR1L27, Oxford Wins Feature Race at Franklin Field, Capturing Four- mile Relay Honors in Ssnsalional Manner Philadelphia, I'a, Arril Osford Vnlverslty of KnjUr.d won the loir- mile collesa cinmnionihip of America from tte Vnivorsity of Penn- sylvania today the seusaliou- si finish ever .swu in that event iu the seventeen years t'ja race lias been run oa Franklin field. Kcgllih teauvhad to tiftt atl lie "way. and woi remarkable race by 3 scant eisht inches. The time was -IS'.OS. AYnen the runners broke for the Ittt lap. Madeira o! Pennsylvania ssve his McCunly, a lead. Jackson, the Olympic 100ft ineter champion, set out to overtake him, and for lie last half of Iho race the great English distance runner arid McCuray ran shoulder to should- JactEon finally faSins over..'he ta'pe less tian n loot in front. '.Cornell and Pennsylvania Slate col le'se were ftiso in the race, but alter the second mile their rjnuers were distanced. The collese relay cham- pionship of America Harvard, won by i Fwoud nr.d Conit'.l tb'.iii. the only Tbe time w-as I The two-mile college relay cliam-{ plonship u( Amfrica. won. by I llmois in the. gooil time of S minutes seconds. Miciisau was second aod I Chicago third. I When Ihe uieaf of her entry j ist Is considered, the University of Southern California luade a remark- able showing. Drew, htr cl.amplon sprinter, a colcre.4 lad. won ite. 110- yard dash, and also the broad jump, while Kelly romped away in first pluce in the hunhcF. Drew- won his trial teat iu IP seconds, and the final in 10 1-5 seconds. Referee Sulllvsu. speakinr o fDrtw. I said, that "after Eeeins Mm run his heat in lea seconds flat on a "water- soaked track; he waf reidi- to celieve that his performnr.ee of J 3-5 seconds la California was accurate. Ca'rdstor, Alia-. April Ihe Ulloorcers were unt In CariSston this week, us far as ltd! HeriiJ's !cvd scribe Oh. I linos" wtat you'saw. U the Cardslon school girls I'taymS bas- ketball, and you were right about the Moomers. One may see any day on tbo school -ulaysrour.d. both Hooners and stris. The sizes of both sirls and bloomers vary considerably, but the sirU iilSrni there Is "ever fa uiucli" more iu tl.e divided cover- Ins, for i! is lovely" to in Koomer's. The fair maids are developing some w'x sbow sooJ basketball before long. INDUSTRIAL ASSOCIATION WILL HAVE 600 MEMBERS AT OPENING GAME ON MAY 4 .'illshurs........................... K S 1- L'ooucr, Ooustlmau, Mcljuillan anj Colemaa, l.avrndcr and Aulier. Duly gaiues SATl'UUAY GAMKS Brooklyn 1110 031 acd Fisbtr Crutchtr and Goudv. Three Farm Horses For Sale They .must be sold. Any reasonable offer will be considered Albert-a Loan and Investment Co, Limited Phone 1214 416 5th Street South Kdraonton, Alia., April Lethbridge Cricketers Opened the Season of Local Talent ol On Saturday ILc Leihtridjf Cricket Tte lollowing are the scores Club opeirf stason with a rnalch'jS.iturfav's match, and are ,uc )Lf aircaaj. J. Harris .tlevcn acd .A. J. Jor ihE Thj, malc Blackburne's eleven- The new grounds j .Saturday last was'delatcd consider- laid out by Mr. W. H. Holt at Hea-jably owing lo mosl of tte players ot the game" includ- .I.HARRIS1 XI. ed.in-jhe teams, "young blood" and-W. H. Holt, b. Simmoads quite a'iew: "dark -tunied'A. McKay b. U'adc...................... out. J. lilackbuine's learn Basson h: Vfado ,1 prq'Tcdixo'bc too strong for their J. Harris h. Simmonds 2 won the game. For Webb b. Wade is .1 "'u" iuc ul luc I 1 winners Hr. Simmonds played good C. nol oul 1 criclet and ran tipi 50 'ffibi-put. b. .Ibs. weight c i oSTevery ball and fielders on tluvboundaiies a busy time: jumping c scorers' ior the losing side, the form- Dr..E. G. Simincmds, nol out CT with 30 ruas and the latter .with' IV. Wade b. V.: B9tc The club has a busy season before Industrial Association, accompanied bv thfir wives, sistrrs and swcttr' arts, will join Ibe "fir.s" in root- for Lou Xordyke and his train- ales. His Honor" ti. II. V. Bulyfj, of Alberts, or ayor McN'auura will pitch the first II. The grounds on llie north bank the Saskatchewan river have been ut into excellent condition. Alter ,e opening, all gaiiV.-s will be played "u 30 o'clock in thp evening. W. J. ith, president ol the local coip- anv controlling thf franchise, said >day: "Vfe have a iasl team and .loaid fmisii in the first division, "ilh the support that lias been pro- by the urople of Edmonton. do our best lo land our team ie pennant-winners. We expect to urn out a record attendance at tbo game TRIGGER AND TRAP LOCAL CLUB ENTERS TEAM IN BIG. CLAYBIRD EVENT Championship of North America In voivecj Sarnfr Good Shooting on Saturday 1'biladeiphia-Xrw York, rsin. St. Louis-PUlsburg, rain. AMERICAN SUXIUY GAMES 1 4 Davis, Diibuc and Stallage mail and Crossin. Chicago.............................. 2 "llfvelatd _ Scott, Cicotle, Kabre. and Schalk Blsnding and Carisch. scheduled. SATUUDAY GAMKS New-York-Philadelphia, rain. Why Pay Rent? When you can buy a cosy, cottage of six rooms with modern improvements for 1100 will handle it Alberta Loan and Investment Co, Limited Phone 1214 416 5th Street South 12 rain. -151 St. Louis 0 0.3 Covalski and -Stallage-; Hascrman and-Carisch. FEDERAL SUNDAY GAMES St. l.ouis 3 Willttt and[ Harllty Mulling acd Drinking. Men are Not Reformed by Censure, Fines or Imprisonment Wlieii the craving for drink becoinei stronger than the power to resist, mau i lililll lllW iv Montreal, .Qm., April -2a.-Or.c ol bK.omes a 6iavG to tho habit, and the the biggest spoiling sensations the only sure, safe way lo overcome Hit year- was 'caused .this" morning ls rmnoicJ Ihe slreel tliat with meeting o! the NEAL INSTITUTE _. will mtet stroaf teams D. Taher ar.d Macleod. The executive oil tie young; men oi the city to turn out- for practice every nijlit text 1v-cck..and second teams can be cios- fixtures arranged Emery, ,-t. Wcstley, h. Holt... Gibson -nol out 7 Holt b.''McKay 4 Holt not out 2 Kilras i Tolal 06 A. J. BlacWjurn: asA S. Lee did nol hat..' ".Braiicri .treniioui erfirts to pull the Browns out of the cellar. The St. Lcuis combeii the bushes everywhere and oni; of the good looking recruits obtained is Jack who vjll be retained as a cilcher- Ht is a (ormer at the University of Michigan, the col- lege that RicVey comes f'oni. Enzen- roth has been playing Eemi-pro ball 'In Michigan for several years, and has never accepted _ any offers from professional baseball until this spring. The Alberta Gun club have entere team in the club championship ofjTr-Vter. North America, and have decided on f i following local- Cor test Kansas shooting In this June'6, Chicane June 20. July 4. July IS. August 1 an'I! Henmngs and )5- All members are urged get some practice before the first shoot in this .The team will be chosen the day. of.the EnooL A good crowd WRSl'at.the trai.s.'on >aturday were deal, and .scores were 12 H 1 A 10 1 Prcndcr- Lacrosse .'Ass'pcinlion to- Nc.d is a E.urc, sats day, a'lffllVf will be fend from Percy I vegeUblo remedy that removes all do Ouinri absolutely 'cut-ting' off" all his rfre, nit craving for drink. Three days, connections .witii.'lhe'Ws.'Foat ar.d Is all Ihat Is required In mosL cascj. rfsi-ning'is picsidcnt. The rumor, and you ean mil tho Institute and re- to thfl loss of tlircc or four weeks nif Ihc-IIJK link "'-loot place, VLIU tv and TCrite or.phone caused: jib: end- -ohspccuUtlon. The Old Country Football JJiirnley Deserved to Win Final of Cup Games From Liverpool Saturday LoriiiOD, April firstjopsn.goal lay before him. He came time-in the history of Association finely sow I'.ttr. but Sevrel football a Hritish sovereign today j was .once more Ion. quick for him rnitnessed. a cup-Iinal. King's weath- fcaving the siluaticn in cr prevailed. The crofcrl ot country arc generally so.abnor- mally conspicuous in London in cup ties, "did not perhaps over-run the .metropolis to quite Ho sur.r "degree as m Xo'me previous, years, (his cir- due, rfoutjlless, to the farl that both contesting learr.s came the same district. LancaFbire, its us in mighty num! bers The in- gool-timt- al the Crystal Palafe, .both ttafns'lin up-bcfore-.tne royal stand.. Tlic _yame. 'opt-ned before at least spectators.. Liverpool captain was uria'blc lo W. R Ferguson taking his place, and U McKinlay -taking- 'half. U. in for Burnley in tb place .T- .Dawson. play was very last from th missed a splrn did chance ior Liverpool, wbfn Mh Only, twu "If it .nspccul principal y iv is mean-'ttis breaking up of arid "-trie organization tho NEAL INSTITUTE Calgiry 820.13th Avt.W. Phone 4525.W. made'. J. W. Stalford and' B. Carlson -were Jiifh guns in the first event, each breaking eight out of ten tar- gets. E. 6. Stlcktey taid he "was shooting at them 111111 both eyes open nut somehow or other be could not get on them." The club are in receipt ol a band- some sterling silver watch fob, pre- sented br the Dnpont Powder Co., which wii! hs Eliot for some time neit lciJianap61i.s-...C... Gropibe-..' Moselev and "Tester. the first event, out of ten.Ur- 1-'i2: 2 Hairis "anil ilsonV BRICK "PREFER s GrMt.Footlil] Try. for mouth. R. V. Gibbons made his debut at the Irans, and did very veil for one who never shot at a "clay target be- fore. The scores: V. E. Green J. Oeo. Muir.. Shot at .50 50 ashioD." Thcss "players undotibtrdt; ere the most prominenl of their re pcctivc sides tltue, which readied vrith co score. Freeman scored for Hurnley tec mlnutis after th'e i.aterral, which was to he tl.c "only goal of the. ame.' uuns'i.Ev I'IKST TKAM His" Majesty, amid 3cpr.cs of great athusiasm, prpjienle4 the trophy to lie winners. Mutniey's victory was be to'lhc tnagnifKc'nt spurt tlify maJc directly sfcoccl half opened. lirigblon ar.d Hove Albion 1, riy- r.oulh Argyle 0. South Eoil Unilt-d 0, Southampton N'orlhampton 3. Heading 0. Cillinebaiu I, Crystal Palace 1. i--------- Norwich City 1, Coventry City l.'E- Carl60n...... Watford 1, Queen's i'ark Kangrrn 0! T-BvanB........... Cardift Citr Town 0. !B- Oliver.. T. Yulll.. SCOTTISH KOOTIULL 1.7. McDonnel.. Glasgow, April V" gue foothall Rarr.es played .today ic- sultfd as iollows Hamilton Academicals 2, Third -anaiks 0. Queen's Park fj, St. Mitren 0. KiljnarnocV 1, Aberdeen 0. Kalkirk 2, Jlotlicrwe.il 0. Third Lanark 0. Airdrieoniacs 1, Hiliurniuns St. Miritn'l, Ayr United 1. Critic 1, Parlick tlilsile I. Clyde 3, Moiton 0.. Hamilton Acadcraiccls-Dutnbarlon, Piushu'fg-Brooklyn, grounds. B'Jfialo-Uallimcre, rain. AM. ASSOCIATION SATURDAY .GAMKS' Kansas City......................... 1J anijther- for lie; great Ameri- 'aon: Minneapolis Broke I Milwaukee......... jst. IM'ul i Louisville Indianapolis ,37 E. J. Sebl..... J. H. Welsh E. O. SIlcMey 50 50 60 50 50 25 33 .30 SO K 14 15 13 Cleveland 1 Columbus SUNDAY GAMES Minneapolis Kansas Cily can 'reason: Charley famous gridiron to foot- ba'.V like baseball much better than Enid1, captain-elect of the football team. "When spring -otball "practice is over I am going lo try for n place on1 the nine.'1 I Hrlckley his hid csperienco oil Iho catch- on his freshman" Inc. Ho is also rated a clever outfielder. His bro- ther; George Urickle'y.-ls a member ot Hie Philadelphia, Athleljcs. CliieE of Police H'tlutz, of Gary, Ind., Is highly pleased with Ihc Eervice given, by I'ue recently in- stalled iVftl'.e. police deparimlTt. LOOK HERE 11 0 80 CRICKET CHALLENGE; he UMiirMSB Cricket .club Issues hereby a challenge" 10" any aggriwa- tlc-ii In the cily'for a game. 22 lo piny XI. Columbus Cleveland St. Paul lihvaukce Kirsl ndi.inapolib............... Louisville postponed. j .lJundec-Kalkirk, postponed. j The Hangers 3, Hearts, of Midlothian 2.1 cinent'eil to (urn up at the Y.M.C.A. CALLIES TONIGHT Callies Football tenm is re rcfrnd Lnilinnapolls [.GUhvillf; 2, o. Uaith Hovers I, ijui-en's i'arfc 0. played-tfar h'tst garae, j ml Burnley palpably had more ol the plajyr.nd .thtir own goal keeper only was 'on to clear. .Their own came by T. V. lloylc pul- ling to W. N'esbill, who kicked toll. C. Krccraan, tte Utter adding ifce finishing touch-with a pciftclly easy EOsl- Burnley's was o'.wly thie.itetied, the fecond half hc- icg comparatively all Hurtiley's. April following arc the rMults of Saturday's loolball malctM: P VISION' Astof Villa t._, ....---------------J e; K.VO.'. Oldbam 'A'. Preston North End 2, ..Manchester pity 2. Sheffield fl'ejjwsday Totttnnara SECOND-DIVISION' Hradlord I, Blackpool I. Jlrislol City (i, Kulham 1. Oiltnt C', OtimsTif Town n. 0, Woolwich Arseral 2. "flull City 3, liifmirisham 2, Town 1. Stockporf Coniiiy 2, Notts-Korrst Wolvcrlibinplop 3, Bury 0. SOUTHERN -1 BELFAST CUP GAMES Dublin, IrelatiJ, ng are the results of (osliioiifil llel-i UnfMiI. 2; tlflfall Celtic, 1. Gle'ntoran, 3; Distillery. 1. tonight at y.45 for training. SHAMROCK FOOTBALL CLUB Thtro will he a practice of tho Shamrock Football learn lonight Meet al the Y.M.C.A. at OVERSEAS CLUB Overseas P. C. are training at the 6 82 3 IXTUKNATIOXAL SATUHHAY GAMKS Toronto-Jersey rain. Mc.ntreal-N'cwark, rain. Uochrstcr-llaUimore. iMndros.'Stripe.sj. IccK' bullonhole HON. J. C. DOHERTY HAS GIVEN NOTICE OF RESOLUTION FOR THE APPOINT- P.1ENTS Ottawa, Or.L. Aurll i3 Blvcn by Hon. C. J. noherty of a rt solution he will move providing for Increases of salary for a number of Quebec Judges, and for the appoint- mer.t of additloml judges In western jnaila. The proposal provides for IhR in1 rease of salaries of jurtires in ie Supreme Court of Quebec frum OOO to IVOtiO, and for tho li'ary ol n atlillllonal ]udso of the same court t It la alao proposed lo in- rease the salary of Ihe senior Judge. f the circuit court of Ihe district ol lonlrcs! from JMOO to per nn- um. and for the increase of the ry of the three other jutlges of Iho ame court from WOOD lo 11300. It 13 nlio proposed to appoint three additional judges of tiic Supreme court Iri Alberta ,il a falary of SMM nnd an additional county court itilgo and a Junior county court Judge n ManitoSia anil four additional dis- trict court Judr.cs In Saskatchewan. postponed, v-ti grounds, llutialo holh AT THE-BUTTS clasr aro to be Thoee wishing to Join this class forH'tundfnce tbe etiinmer months please advise Sl-NHA OAMr.h- NcwatV-Mcnlifal, wet grounds. CITY FOOTBALL I There has been a meeting of Iho [City rW.ball league called for to- made a( s o'clock In the Y. All clutts arc requested to The following tcorts a few r.ii-mlierg of Ihb'RIflc club oniM.C.A. u.y Kalurday oltetnooir. (-cn- jliave a rcprcscnlatlve present. lona were good until the 610-yanls1 "V. I Not ao oorry ise was rcat-hed, .when ft strong tricky wind made shooting dif- ficult: Davidson Gue ICvcIrr Cily 1, Utislol Itovcrs 1. MIHwali A. 0, Town 2. 1'orlsnioulb -'j, Ueslliain I'nileil 1. [Cunning.. 20d 32 29 21 27 29 500 M 24 29 IS T-t 81 CM 2S-8C it a like a fashion hook, xoj promptly ray. "And have a closer look." You pick your .way across Ihc street Tlnougb all Ihe mud and suls'i Inapccl Ihe giri from head to ft.i. Then eadly murmur City Journal Jtr.sty CilyTorcnlo, wel grounds. I'rovidcL'.e-l'uftalo, rain: Only three games, scheduled, XOKT1IWKSTKUN SATUKDAV (JAMIvS Seattle S. Vancouver 1. Tacoma 3, Victoria 2. Spokane 3, 1'oillaml I. PACIFIC COAST SATl'ilDAV (1A.MKS Oakland (i, San Krancisco 2. Venice 7, Portland 1. Lc's 3. Sacramento 2. SUGAR TOBACCO MILD. SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Ouehec I 1 BOW CITY NOTES llow Cily, Altn., April 22.-A (east of gowl thing? was1 provided by tho Iriends of the How City church on Buster Sunday evening. The buiH- Inp was croKdiiil and Iho choir ren- dered two anil a. .oolo w.ns silvcn by Mr. I-'. Brewer. An Inspiring I'hstvr sermon was preached by thn Ilev. J. A. Sinclair, an.l the 'Oplo certainly appreciated tho necinl ctforls that were made on heir behalf. Dually us good rer- e.ipcctril in the future, FO urn up in good iiuniiitrs and mako hlngu a success. A ladles' Aid society fonnrd on l-'rWay laat, Hie ofllccra being lOni- [losod of Indjcf, -wilh Mis, Serogglc HE iiresldrnt. _ Mr. Smith has taken up Ihc ap- r-ncy for liic Fonl cars, and we un- derstand he lias one already. Mrs. Huron's flslfr has nrrlvcd from Bntlinil, lo slay In Canada lor R sliort while. We hope she will Ilka this district. nre glad lo welcome Mr. Char- is Leo back afler hla holiday In Old Country. lie certainly looks If Ui.o clisngc lia'n beric-fitcd him. Very ilt.v'c liitHincss is tjt-lng doilo IVH nt tlie niino, prolinlily oJi o' the busy F.eaEGii for Ilia ;