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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. APRIL THE DAILY PAGE FIYH Big Lightweight Battle Today Freddie's Canadian Repiesen- (alive in Lelhbridge NATIONAL Philadelphia 353 New York 471; Chalmers aud Killifer j MtUiewion Meyers. St. Louis 1 Cincinnati 2 ItoMnson, Stctlo and Snrdcr ion and Clark, and {lonwales, Jlroyklvn-Uostpn, rain. riltsburg-Cliicago, rain. AMERICAN 2 0 7 1 Heu- l- Kclmlll am. Sweeney lender, l.os Angeles, .Cat-. April Dibit's scheduled twenty round bat' nt Vernon with Loach Cress, Is all llial atandn tclweeii FrcMIe auil the jnosl doierniincd campaign for tho.woiWa lightweight champion- ahip lhal tlie Urlllsli Lexer has over Brovu, Plant ar.d Si imt' tip. Thts Is say luff comcthlng. considering thai Frcilfilo lias been Boston 170 c'jsstiiH the litleholders ' tlie Washington B 12 fl days of Joe Cans. i Kimtf, Lcider ,acd Thomas, and win." says Manager Harry j Sunauiaker; Hoch'ling and Henry. I'ollofc, "we -will Immediately post------- caab, thU BUIU lo so as" a sidfi Only Uo games scheduled, bet lor Ritchie." done that FMJLRAL, has been ashed of Mm. Ho ODM games scheduled. whipped decisively, and KicJ; has beaten the English and Austra- lian champions, too.- In disposing of joe Hlvcrs, 'wo. drove another Up- uolchcr to cover, anci in taking on Cross we arc. making a dangerous match. But I figured tho rtek worth taking." INTERNATIONAL Kl.'st game Rochester Baltimore Ilettlug is Cress a Blight favorite. Second gamc- liochestcr...... "Ilitihie has got to meet Freddie sooner or later, ar.d we all I hope- it wiil he sooner. Arrangements j Montreal Haltiinore i Toronto 1 Jersey City.......................j 5 .'...'...I. 0 are now under way to have the two men meet in a finish fight- on the 4tli of July, either at Frisco or Vernon, and. Kilehie lias tfcn offered a pyree of. which he can to I very well dodge." This is the information imparted lo Ihc Herald hy Welsh's old manager, who was in the city over last Lewis managed Welsh's last trip lo Alberta a year ago, and is one pi the boxer's.closest frictiiis. If Richie. since he last met Welsh, as ".trie general opinion oi fight Tans seems tu indi- Lewis says that Welsh has kept, pace wiUi him. -lie has (ought a to- tal of and lost only two decisions, and Lewis proclaims him the. cleverest- fichter in ihe world fj- flay, backing "tip his claim by citing engagements. Uc outpointed Ritchie, is oa this side as Ihc champion, he is as good a mau ;is I'acfejr .VcVarlane, who is now a. welterweight, havisig pn ishu Newark liufialo-l'rovidtcce, wet gtounds. NORTHWESTERN Seattle .............T................ 4 13 Spoians 2 7 Vancouver-Victoria, rain..- Portlatid...........................13 3 AM. ASSOCIATION St. Paul-Minneapolis, Vet'ground: Xo other garne's' scheduled. tno diaws with him, ar.d lie has out- liovc.1 Australia, for the championship of the world. Cincinnati NATIONAL iv. S lie has gained decisions over Abe Atlell, I'hil Ilrock, J. Huffy, Jim j Chicago" IJriscoll anil liivcrs, anil Lewis, ivho; ijj 1 ouis was at Ilic iluting tlie fight viih Rivers nt I.os Angeles y0ri PRIZES AGGREGATING WJLL 5E PUT UP AT FAIR IN SEPTEMBER COXTIXUKD FHOM FUON'l J'.MiE VEIIA CIIUZ TODAY Washington, C., April miral Uadgcr tti'lay teat, aU was quiet in Vcra Cruz, that dis- had reasrd and that busi- ness was rfsuiuica its uoin'.al cu-rse. .MA AS1 Vera Cut, April llueita has decided not to at- tempt to Uy conclusions with the CONTIN'UED KROM FUOST PAGE him, but that all the 'money cltainej went Into (be- An tar tic J-s-iiiJ. to be used In further Vcra Is adlcatcd by a report brought to ihe city ty passengers arriving from the outlying districts. Tlie expeditions to the land In tlio far south, and that arvnao who contrib- it. had the satisfaction of knowing thai it nould be used to further the cause of science, at the Fame time gaining a knoxjedfie of Actartlc K first hand. The committees appointed at last night's meeting are follows: Working Kardie, rtev. G. H. Cobbledleh, Georse WJiel- an, diaries Chris. Gibson, C. F P. Coayboare. K.C.; Judjo JackEOu, J. X. rutchle, David U. HI IS HUH YEI COXTINl'ED FROM b'ROST PAGE o: the D'iblia Parliament. of opinion there may be- about.ihg duiation or lEnal coadliions of tha lusion, but there are none which cannot bo solreJ by constitutional means, and that long before the term ot the proposed exclusion has e-1. "Hour can sycn a situation jiieilfy recourse to unless the real ab- ject Is different from the avowed on- JectV said they sav- ticneral Maas, former Major BcrncH. R. n. Davits, and commandant at- Veil Cruz, and his the ot Ihe Cranbrook, April directors! mpll ihfir way faithei into and o' Women's Civic o! Craubroak Uislritl Agricultur-! the interior from Solc'dad, Tlle "eccptloa committee con- al asVjciatlon have dcmU-d eo hold "jcadels, who escaped from toe naval Moror Hardle. O. B. Mai- race in at tlie l-JuH Koolenay I academy, alter the battle lougM Hev. u. H. ColiMelici, Rev. A. Fall Fair vllilcb will If at Cian- broot, D. C., on Tuesilay ml Wcd- Sept. 15tli cii.'l ICtb. 10H. (here in'the second day's Cameron, C. F, Conybeare, K. Tlie American forces are io'.eraut oi c-' w- c- A- J1- A. ReH, nt'.iost all Mexicans who enter their I'ursc's to the value oi SISOiJ will be ijnrs and it is not improbable that put up "and the.l'ari-Muiucl machines j any Mexican ofliccr inishl with sale- will be run to control the betting, ty openly cuter acd depart from ths A lacrosse tournament will also be arranged. This is the aRricul- Fl.'ETCllKR event In .Ihe Hnsl Kootcnays DHITISH and over SlOOO'an; to be h-acded outj as money. .April The sciiuie AMERICAN AVIATOR KILLED Los-Angeles, Cal., Ai'ril les C. Hoystone. an aviut.or, felt from an altitude of 800 feet at Domloguez (junction. Eoutli of here today, and so badly 'injured chat he died shortly afterward, v.-hlle being laben to .1 hospital. Although constdsred a rather new zyer In the American League JXn- ie Walsh ranks as a veteran on the ew York Americans. Obtained from LOOK HERE te.iday by Urar Admiral Krank F. 1'lrlrtcr, of property o! the Utit- tcriuinal company at Vera Cruz, is by the British For- eiRh ofiice as quite uithin tlie Ad- miral's rights. Officials here regard Judge Jacltsoo, David H. Blton. J. D. HiglDbotham, W. Lloyd, Her. Fathor j Rev. Canon HcMUIen. Dr. Stewart and Colonel James Ereiyono ,ts Inviua lo attend ins meeting nfght in the choir room ot church, entrance on Klerenth sireet. MOOSE JAW BUILDING UNDER CONSTRUCTION COLLAPSES Sloefe Jan-. Sask., April por- tion of the Douglas building, a rem- the Admiral's action as ccniilig structure ou ?lalu in the ordinary routine ol such dr- slreet .ba' collapsed.. The contract Conttructlor, Co. it will be torwacded to in the ordinary course. UHITISH ADMIUAL IIAKMONIOUSLY'WITH II. S. SCHOOL LEAGUE I C., April 28.-Ad- ot the Hoard of Mana- reporleit that Admiral football eectlon of tbe CradocV, of llrilish Cruiser Her- Sunaay School Athletic league had ditpatclifd Ulajor ClatV he Philadelphia AthletlcB during the be Held tomorrow night In the Y. M. j and a detachment o! British Hoyal winter his work has been one bright c. A. at S o'clock. This will be the j Marines iorly miles inland from Tani- i Ciims'.ances. ItVas staktl today that if the terminal company presents 'a have Bowing on tbe bulldinc. claim to" tlie lirilisli Foreign ofBce, ?'E'0- basement is Bad For Kidneys AXE SALT'S AT FIRST 3iGN OF BLADDER IRRITATION OR BACKACHE end first floor s'ab.'Tvcra poured in SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE A meeting get's of trie football cectlon of the and when the strain, of the slab ab- ove was put on It last iveek portions where it htd been most ei posed to tie weather gave way. teadied an outfield that It evtn greener to big league ball than him- ;elf. In 94 with the Athletics last year, he hit .255, but Judging from his work this sprfnfy he. will better that considerably. In 1912 mark was .354. schedule will be drawn up. All Sun-1 Orange 11111, and was tipected back day schools desirous of entering1 taigbt. teams, please take notice. The Hcrmionc- sent thirteeD leEugecs i aboard.tlie Des Mqines today. CLUB- j Admiral'reported that it inadvisable to send an Am- s. p. E. FOOTBALL There be "a practice of the S. [would 0. B.-footbill club, tomorrow eveniug ctican ship to the'Yucatan district, I al the barracks at.0.30. it .might start anti-American anuary, 1912, in weather and >perottons "were disconUnued. The lab t protected from tlie frost CANADIAN BONOS LISTED l.bndon, April o? MalEsonneuvc, Que., 5 per cents.) and he City of Winnipeg 4tt per'centt., now appear on tie official list ns eventually cs kidney troublo la so mo form or Eays a weltknovrn auUioriir, bccavise tho oric acid la meat excitss Ihc kidney E, they become orwwpfkeaj get elugglah; clog up all sorts oT distress, particularly back- ache and mlmy !n tho kiiJnfljr re- gloa; rlieumalic ttvlogee, Bevera achre acid stomach, constipation tor- pid liccr, blaflder and urinary Irritation. The moment your back hurts or kidneys aren't acting right, or II blad- der bothers you, about four ounces of Jad Sails from any good iihanh- acy; take' a tablespoonful In a glass ol water before breakfast (or a-'few days and j'our.kidneys will then fine. This famous salts IB made from, the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with Htlila, and has been used for generations lo flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them to mat activity; also to neutralize the acids in the urine eo It no longer Irri- tates, thus ending bladder Jad Salts cannot Injure any erne; makes a delightful Uthla- water drink which millions of- men. and 'women take now then to keep tbe kidneys and urinary clean, thus avoiding nertoas kidney disease. J. D. Illglnootham Limited. .250 raonlli, states that tl.e referee's opin- ion after .the was -ihat Welsh I h.vl-put up the cbyerest chjeaKo oriioving ever seen in California. rictroit Tuesday night Welsh ir.crls I.earh Cross on the Vcrr.on "Hob" Washington Yuri: W. I'd. 7 1 .636 7 1 .630 l.C'Ais says Ijpt.your He'll win_ sure, pop. i St'" I Freddie is a vsyelarian, the wealth- lest, man in the ring loday, and he formerly work-til lor tlie K. lie is recosniicu in as the FEDERAL world's champion. W. .650 '.sbo .500 .155 Cleveland 5 .441 8 .273 St. l.ouis Huti.ilo...... Djllimort SPOKANE PLAYERS ON THE WATER WAOON j Brooklyn Chicago...................... Doesn't Know What to Do City with the Rainier Gilt j Indianapolis 1'ct. .805 .GC7 .571 .100 .100 In regard to Ilic reports from Tam- pico, that Ainczir'an citlu'os Ihe'ie. were indignant because of the- depar- ture of the American battleships from Iho river, Secretary ol the N'avy Dsn iels said today that his action hai: fceen takea'alter Admiral Cradocl had informed ;Aflmiral he would' receive Amcri cans from Tainplco aboard the Her BROAD 'CHALLENGE'ISSUED'FOR taking a pus it ion at. sea. This ar- Cricliet Club IB Urulj anticipating the greatest season of their garte by the nitures whicii have been arranged and the oLher plans Ihat the cluti-lmve on fooL The. games arranced for, which include exhibition and league are as follows: Saturday, .May 1C, 2.30 p.m., Jlaclcod, friendly at I.ethbiidge. Prldny, May 22, 10 a.m., John's, Calgary, friendly at Calgary. Saturday. May 23, 10 a.m., Calgary- C. C., friendly ot Calgary. Monday, a.m.. Tabor, league nt LethbriJgc. Saturday, Juno 13, 2.30 p.m., Macleod, Leagua at Lellibrirtge. Wednesday, June U, 2.30 p.m., Taber, friendly at Taber. Tuesday, June 30, 10 a.m., SI. John's, Calgary, friendly at Lethbridge. Wednesday, July 8. 2.30 p.m., lesgue nt Taber. 2.30 p.m., Mneleoil, friendly at Mcclsod. Wednesday, Aug. o, 3.30 p.m., Taber, friendly at l.Mhbrldge. Stturday, Aug. 29, 2.30 p.m., .Maclcud, league at >facleod. Saturday, Sept. 5, 10 a.m., C'algary C.C., frijncJly at Otiier matches with Plncner Creek and Medicine Hat are also being arranged. Tho secretary, J. .Harris, P. 0. Do'x 531, Invites correspondence vilh any otter team's who would care to arrange. tnatchcE. Tbe club also n challenge for their eleven, to play two nmtches with any other .-.venty-lwo players selected from baseball, tennif, football teania, .mtrchanta, bankers in Lethbrldco or nay non-members of too Crichet club. Hero Is a ohanct to got to know what Is Iri cricket. anyone desirous of captaining such twenty-two players, get In touch witb the secretary of the Letlibrldge Cilckot. Cluh. The raatcues in the fixtures marked "league'' are in connection with the SpoVnne, Wasli.. April year ftgo last spring the Hainlcr beer pco- jiln anthorhed the official scorer [o I mall ihcm the oddicss of nny ball jXcwark Player that hit [ho hart over their big sign on the led liclil, that they mtght deliver n.c-ase of their with conipllmenls. Joe Kagncr put Iho hall over fbnt last Wednes- day. Yeatc'.'rt.iy Iho scorer called to Iho screen and askcfi him where he wanted the hccr delivered. 'Ceo, I don't saW Wanner, scratching hlfi head. "N'ono of Ibe [.onisijlic up at tho Ixiver, whero I live, Milwaukee INTEKNATIOXAL W. I'ct. 0 1.000 Monlteaj liuflalo Hcchrfifer -.600 .500 .400 .IPO .100 Southern AlbciU league and tho wieners receiio a beautiful cup (at prcEent icld by Macleod C. C.) to whoru it nas i.resenlefi by B. II. MaiiTi of Macleod lo be competed for yearly by all Ihc teams entering tiic Southern Alberta League. Tho executive committee especially Invlles iadles to their rcatc-.ies. Kefrtthmcnts will be served comfortable sr-als provided about 'iW grounds which are situate dlrcclly In front r.l Hie main exhibition hall al the Henderson Park street car terminal. demonstrations iQ Tampico Icss "I will go in and bring the refugees to you11, the Hritlsh Admiral wasrc- ported to have said to Admiral Mayo. FUXSTOX LANDED AT 10 TODAY Vera Cruz, April trans- ports bringing ihe filth army brigade comprising the fourth, seventh, nine- and twenty-eighth infantry regiments under brigadier General Kredcrick.Funston, were rnado last at the docks shortly before IB o'clock (his morning. ilrljadier Grr.era! Funsion. accoi.i- 1 by Captain. Harry }IcL..P. :iuse, chiei ol staff ol Rear Admiral ?letchcr, immedio'tely came ashore .0 .confer with Hear Admiral Fletch- er hefore calling'on Rear Admiral Badger, eonimander-in-chtef ol the Atlantic-' fleet. SEEKING SAFETY S THE UNITED STATES Washington, C., April Federal'generals anil their commands who weio driven hack by Constilti- tiotalist5 .Irrim ihe southern part oi ths Slate of Kucvo-I.ron, arc at- tempting to cross the United States border, about thirty miles above La- redo, Texas, according to a state- ment to the Siate- Department lo> STARTERS AT NEWMARKET Stake of Two Thousand Guineas to Be Run Tomorrow tire drlnklr.g 1 rton't Ihlnk nny of the boyn down :it tlio Kair- mont 1 don't know of n mun on the club thAt'3 drinking a drop." lie.started hack (o Iho bench, turn- Ins, ha caKrd; "If they will wait till fall, whin the season's over, may- be 1 can find a for It." ASSOCIATION I'd. Indianapolis Kansas Cily......... St. Paul flcvclan'l ?iinncanolis Cn'tuithus tendon, Arrll Si.-ill Is imclically 'JOOJcerlaln Itial D. McCalmonfs The Tet- 3 .'-100 rnrch. will not run in tlio TOous- 'ana Guineas on Wcdncsfttoy. lit New- market. The probable starters for this the llrst of the "claEaics" Ml .667 .MS .500 .son .ssrr .331 .300 o! the season of IfU, nrc ns follows: .Ills .Majesty's Sunny Lake; B. Ddrycn's Prlril6.-ll.: 1-ord London- NORTHWESTERN iV.'L. I'd. 3 .786 .613 .571 Tarnma Victoria rorlljnd .500 .308 Corcyra; Kir II Thurs- Kennymorc; Sir K. CossEl's Hapsburs; Cnjilaiii 1'oroDter's By George; Kennedy Jones' FA'ansdalc; 0. hllwar.ln'a Flying Orb; .T. n, Joel's] Hlnck Jealur awl Parhelion; A. M. O. 3lnger.'a Sir Kagcr; W. Hail Walk- er's White Bo? -ind Carrldiforjus; Conrogeo-js; Ixrd St.' Dai Id's My I'rlncc; ti. Hulfon's _ Sol JoeVa Folydaraua arid j Pujfomlu; Neumann's Laniua St. Cyr! W. Astor's Trola Tennis. LEFT-HANDERS SOME OOE? tlefore cnlpylu'g his lo I.cthbihlsc, James Stewart of Lcs wr.vkea stallion Joe McUrfcor mile la Tho annual hill climb of tho At- lanta, Oa., Motorcycle, clab will tcka I'lace Hifi latter part of and coasting contests be ftmcng the features of the meet, as well as (By Fullertcn) they arc funny folks; they are most ec-cen-trlc. You cannot tell about those blokes, or'whin they'll turn a lilefc. One day they will have Eaecd to I lie ball like a lifll. The nc.U tbey aren't worlli a durn, tliey'ro pounded off the hill. They start a with speed and curve; tho best you've ever SCOT; then in tho eighth, they loge their nerve, and walk 'bo-jt seventeen. In warming up they're simply grrcat. Control is on tho job. They hit the first thtee (it tho plain and onoifor Ty Cobb. Tiioy drive the manager to drink and mafcc his nalr turn gray; whenever they attempt to think they think a different way) They Ait upon Ihc bench and twist, and beg and flead anil roar, BEd when they're ordered out lo pitch t'ooy their arrn U Pore. :Thoy're seldom la their beds at night and alwiys raislpK onhi'. Tint mis "ilKi'l go for Dr. he Is very sane. 0.' T, P. OFFICIAL RESIGNS Winnipeg, Man., April nergmnn' general manager of the Grind Trunk Pacific and Grand Trunk hotel Byslem, tendered his re- signation to the Corporation early last week, to take effect on May 1. f has, however, gono Into Immediate effect, as last t'riday Mr. Berjinat lelt for the cast. NEAl THREE DAY DRINK TREATMENT Sweeping (he Coiind'.v 'Xc-thlng succeeds llkc-succesa.1 Th best evidence or merit In any cry Is the actual results oblainei The ICeil Trcjlmetil has demonslra ed Us ;isht to (ht litlo "World's Most Successful Orink Remedy." The N'enl Treatment removes 2ppetltq for drink, and retlorcfl Ih I-atient to a normal, healthy conditio all alcoholic eliminatee from his system, N'o hypodermic Injections aro en I'loyeil. the trcalriienl consisting of piifefy vegcfabro'Veriicdy taken into nally. phc-iie or writo for fu informatloii !o tho Institute. 8 EGGS Were shipped into Alberta i the Past Year B B The Lelhlmdge propqrlion, al rate of 35 dozen, represents a dsily loss of 5172.50 lo our district fijr each day of Ihe year. I have 40 Icn-acce Irncfs 5 miles north of the dly, wilh' full water righf, for s.ile for per acre. The cnnuot be bought for less than per ten at laygc tracts. These tracts are ideal for poultry with ideal .sites (or. rcsetvpii-s, thus.insuring a good water supply, and natural'giis win be nuppWed upon tlie Gas Company's main being half n mile north. Terms art easy. 'After firs! payment .of fa matte 1 will fake balance in poultry and eggs at Lethbridgfe mar- ket price. An Aula be of tnrf ill 10 to eniblt them to ttt theie Eckstorm DALLAS HOTEL I LKTHBRnKJ? ;