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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AHW. M.. 1017 TIW UlTJIIinilW. DAILY HI'.IIAU) PACB THRTB "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. .McManus HELLO -DIMTY. COME OH OVER WITH tHe s.ktit, HV ElXKET Big League Baseball lioslon Chicago Cleveland Now Vork SI. Louts Philadelphia 'Detroit Won. s 10 s c i c 4 n Los I, A 0 S C 7 7 10 P.O. .CC7 f New .Yort .C25 St. Logle...... .500: IJ05tOII .COOTChicago ,500 [Cincinnati..... .457] Philadelphia .SGU .333 Brooklyn...... Won. IxjsL. H C nilvKliVG'S SKCOXD THOROUGHBRED GIFT TO CANADA i Chicago, April shut oul tlic Chicago Americans today, win- ning 3 lu'O. In tlic aUtli Young's sin- gle, Cobb's nnd a sacrifice by Veacli net led llic visitors two runs. Detroit, 3 1 5 1 Mllcliell and Spencer; Faler, Hus- Foll and Schalk. Used Eight Pitchers. Cleveland.'April won R long drawn out game from Clcve- lauiriodny six 16'five. Eight plluhers look part. Cl eye Irani overcame; lead "four" liana eighth, only lo lose tlio lead In-tho ninth, Kavan-made-a" sijcclucular pickup of Chapman's 'hit and Hipped Hillings, who bail rbumlcil Infra. In Iho ninth, ciilliug'short a Cleveland rally. 003 100 12 14 3 Groom. ICoob, Davenport nnd Lnmheth, BocI Covclcskle and- O'Ncll, Billings. SATURDAY GAMES Detroit OQfl.000 OlH 000 Chicago ODO dpi 000 000 Coyclcskle, Jones and Spencer Stallage; Scott, DanCortli, Faher ant Kchalk. II. H. E G JO Johnson and Alnsmilh; Shore r Acncw.' R. II. E. Philadelphia 000 000 u '2 New.York......'. 7 2 'iliisli qud Meyer, Schang; Caldvlcll anil Alexander. H. St', Louis.. Cleveland .001 000 000'- 1 Sollioron autl Sovcrold; I Smltli, Gould and. O'N'eiL Washington Hostb'n Vfi: .CG7 .COO .COO .471 .451 .359 .300 Cirlsgn Holds Cl'ncy't. Cincinnati, April licit! Cliiclnnatl Eafe today and Plllslmrg won 3 to 0. 10 0 Cjnclimall ._, 000 COO -4 1 Carlson and Flaclicr; Schneider and f Single Won the Eleventh.' -SI.-Louis. April single in the eleventh scored 'llcndrix "wllh Lhe winning run today, ClilcnEo'lieat- "ng St. Louis'6 lo 5. SL. Louis look itlYAfUagc of Ileiilher'a.anil Aldridgc'a Hired Innings, anil by mix- in'tlnTclv'slneles', niide-Tour runs' Chicago 10- 1 SL. Louis 101 020 001 11 Ilculiier, AIJriilgc, Ileridrli" anil Ames, etcelc, Wat- son, Pierce and'Snyder. SATURDAY GAMES. H. H., E. Iloston 10 0 BASEBALL MccUng Tonight Will Decide on Jmporlant llusiness Up All fans ana baseball -play- v ors are to on deck lonlgtiL at Lhe Klk's Club lo v hear further reports on the. baseball prosiiccta for the year. Tho mailer of "uniforms la to.lie decided. -.Finances will be further dJEcussed. Tlio v (pjcsUon-of Jiialerial 'lor the v team will also be fully consid- v crcd. Though no' practice v games have ycl been staged owing tlio cold weatl'Tj Ilic executive Is busy looking v up material for a, liusky nine, v and when Old Sol docs get hack on inc. ]ob. everything .will Lc ready for Uic trainiiig season. lie on hand loulglit. ff f, Brooklyn 3' 2 and Gowdy; Pfeffcr and Itoy- crs, Miller. 1 R. II. E. New York 001 1 Philadelphia HO 000 O0.v-r2 .7 '2 I After a strenuous journey, lasting almost a monlli, Spey tho gift from King Gcorgo V; lo the N'allonal Dreecllng Bureau has arrived In, real stabled'at'Blue Bonnets. Pearl Is not as large a type aa Annier, but has fine bone, .and grand legs. Spey Pearl" was bred and trained In stable, Lut was never, raced. Ho will bo located farm on the L-szs They've Met Numerous Times Bcforcr-Would he Battle of (he Old-Timers in.those days, too. They met in''theAring" (our: ''limes. Drill, won'two twenty-round one .was a'ten-round no-decision niatcli in which. Britt wn's givcii ihe news- paper tho other Nel- son'knockcd htm out In tho cightcflntli The fight drew a liousc by.'the, way. [IfLOfttSlPLESS; II. E. 12 1 C 3 ASSOCIATION Kansas CUs'-lndianapolls, iiosliion- cil. ralii. ..Milincaiiblis-I.oulsvlUc, pojlponotl, rflln. SATURDAY GAMES. SI. Paul C, 11, 3; Columbus S, 10. 3. Milwaukee 3, 7, 1; Tolciln S, II. Killlrcr: Cincinnati PittEbiirg mid 000 000 and (By RalJorl L. Jimmy Drilt is coming back! Wlisita- yuli think that? Sir'Jamca not gone ilippy.' Sanders anil- Wiogo; Grimes ami Pisclicr. k Clilcngo-SL Louis, -.poslponcil, rain. PACIFIC COAST SUNDAY.GAMES. At San Francisco..morning Vcrnon. 4, 0, 2; Oakland -I, 7, 3. Cull- ed in eleventh by agrecluciil.v Attcrnoon 0M10r -1; Oakland S, 12, 3. AC LOB. Angeles, morning game Salt I.ahc S, I.O5 Anseles i; 5, 3. Aflernoon Late 7, 9, i; 1.03 Angeles 3, G, 2. At Francisco 1; Portland 5, S, SATURDAY GAMES. Vernon 3, Oakland 5. Kansas City at Indlanaifolls. [IOEL- _J San' Francisco I. Portland 3 (first poncd.. rain. Minneapolis, nt Loniivillc, poslpou- rain. Ncw- 7. 0; INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES. FirsL I, 3. 0 ark 3. 7. 1'. Sccoiid 3, Newark 2. 7, Toronto 3, Providence 2, S, 2. Montreal S, 13, 3; nalllmo'rc 14, IS, SATURDAY GAMES. 'Toronto 4. 4; 2; Newark 2, 5, 2. flrsl o, 4, 1; Ualtl- more 4, II. 0. .Second 2, 6, 3; Dal- (imorb 5, 0. -First 6.. 3; Provldonco if, 11, 1. Second ganic-'-llocheater 3, Providence 2. Montreal 5, 0, 1; nlcliruond 4, 11, 3 S (second NORTHWESTERN SUNDAY GAMES. At 2, C, 1; Tacoma 3, -1, Spokane s, a, -Bulte 5, 1. C; Spokane onlj- wnnls "to meet Rattling Nelson in Ihe ring again, lhat "is all. The warmed blood of Lhc clever Californtan of twelve years "flgo, anil he wants just.a final fling at Ins famouioltl rival heferc he hangg up'the gloves forever. "I am.not smiled-the Ira- maculaic Ilritt tlie .other day. in the Friars club. "I know-l am not as good as 1 once'was, aiid I know .that some of Ihesc ycungatcrs ninyi'ucat mo, so 1 am soiug-to con Rue ray at- tcnlton to tlie-nAlller only. If Iiohl Freddy WelbV-lu a ten roiirid go -why, I may surprise you at: lliat, because you know 1 could whip' Nel- son. "I am not moved niiy pecuniary motives in my desire lo return to riitg. As a matter of Tact, I auly lose money if fight Nclso'.i again. Tlie liiefltrical' cneaseroents that I will have lo cancel for a'match will be of greater monetary "value Ihan thu share ot a Drltt-Nclsonrrlglil purac nowartays., 1 am in good con- dition. Look al mo! 1 have been boxing right-along ever sinco I loft (lie riiig. In tlic gym I can go aboitl as fast as evrr, and I figure thai, box- Ing under the stimulus 'and cTcltc- mcni "of a real fl'thl'I. stoulil bo ablc- lo give nn excellent account, of my- George, Lojig's b'cauttfQl Bashlqnl Manor farm, sit'uat'ed a short distance from Louisville, Ky., -was-the-scene of a mosl terrilic encounter. week when Free" banco, a thoroughbred stallion, by the imported horse Alvc acbt, was kicked to" death by Halpb younger horse. k Stalilchamlii wlincsscd the sanguin ary-.'.V conflict between the thorough brcds but were powerless to_ inter Seattle and Great Falls game post- poned, rain SATURDAY GAMKS. Croat rails' 3. Seattle J. llutte 3, Spokane 12, Tacoma 7, Vancouver I..-- self. "Do you know I goivbul the old moving picluro, reels of one of our ihe other nighl and had thesii' H is quitp a sensation Glasgow, Apr. aro Llic rcsullF-of (oolball games1 In Ihu Scbltisli lenguc, played loday on llio grounds of Ihc first named clubs: Clyde 0, Cclllc 6, Dundee 2, llauficrs 1. Queen's 1, Hearts 1. Morion 2, Aberdeen 0. Third Lanark 2, I'nrlfck'0. JfnmlHon 3. Ilalth Hovers 2. KL'Mirron 0, I Airdrlc 1. Falklrk _J PHILLIES PROTEST IS UPHELD President Tener Decides Umpire Branfield Was Wrong. Philadelphia, Tcner of (he National baseball league ordered replayed the gariia of April 17, between riiiladelphia -and Boston, which was protested by Manager Mor- an of the 'Philadelphia team when Boston Tvaa declared Uni- plre IJranflcld decided a .Philadelphia runner out for wnlklnf Rway from sec- ond base under.lho Impression he was 6uL President Tcncr said Ihe dcci slon-waa erroneous. STOP RACING IN ENGLAND Apr. 30.T-Thc Times says IhaC hone racing In England Is to be cut to Ihc view lo saving roodstuffa that now dlvcrlod to 'llic racing 'stables! Thfi refilrlctlons amounl to1 a vir- tual suspension of racing for llio ptr- lodol the war. f 'v1 run off to moves you made thir- teen years ago. It was Just like meet- ing phi again. .It, was Ihe first llmo'I it Tor twelve ycnn. There was Willie Drill. God bless him; oil Hill Smith. Vlcoree dead and gone. Little Tlv anil Spider Kelly TVCTO in my: tlic old friends around.1 Yes, I was knocked put iii thai -I should pay, dropped, from exhaus- tion. 11 was to. be-a flnlsli nnd'I fought (oo fast in" attempting lo win early. They say Iho couldn't believe nieT- ho wasn't a dub. Nelson's ancestors won that battle for him. Tlioy won It by going lo bed every at 7 o'clock Instead ot staying up late throwing dlco wilh Ihc bartender. Jt is aTl p.ist nowr AVe made altogether something like a quarter of a-million dollars out of "our contests. I want to box him lime just for -_ Drill is correct when he says ho could whip Xclson. Not lhat he always did, but tHc fact remains (hnl Dritt gave Nelson- Ilic worst whip pinga nc ever Iho Dalller fere. To enter Uic same enclosure where" the horses fought lo, Ihc tlcall would'have been equivalent to torn milling'auicidc.. When Free Lance Cell exhausted coup de with-a-few well tllrecleil kicks at his head. After causing the death of hii permitted grooms to Icat him back to lus slall'-and- has showi no-signs of viriousncas thcn. Eacli of Ixinc's stallions had a scp aialc padAock on his great .tarm. A slaWchanci'carelessly left tiie gale o Free Laucc's paddock open; Fre Lapce, iviiincT ot tho Lalonla.Derb iii 1313, wandered from Ms" cnclosiir inlo -Hint of his strc, Alvcscbl, (lien passed'on, making no molest Ihc imported tlioroughbrcd. He the'padrloc in which Ilnlph .was- quartered an broke down the gate. This" nccon pllshcd, lie charged the younger horsi The fight that. _ensiied was comuat, as dcspcralo as those whlc frcriLiently occurred, between .leader of rival licrds of wild hbrecs wlie hey met on the plains. Rearing, ihcy struck out willi Ihc 'orcfeet nnd getting'-In qi .hey savaged each olher.. Employees >f Ihn Loiig farbi fmnlltally "endiiav- separate Urn Infuriated Ihor- oiighhrerta hut dared not venture I'llc the enclosure. The battle continued until Ralph felled the Derby winner wllh n terrific blow and then quickly finished Turn." It Is hcllcvcd tlio vic- tor will recover from Injuries sus Inincd in the struggle. Free Lrinco was tho most highly re- garded horse ever raised by Long, who Is ono of Iho most prominent breeders, Importers and raceis ot horsca In the blue grass slate. Offers of were recently refused for Free Trance, Ixmg .holding out for hla price of Ralph la by Rcmpronlusr. out of Hash ford Ucllevjirul was bred He raced cucccssfully and 'was a. Ken- tucky Derby favorite BS a two-ycar- old> 'but an daring the spring training caused his retire- of painted wood. complete anil up-lo- [Mncinnali, and Ihere are over in the Mill Creek., valley, where the irena is most of this popu- aiion being employed in factories and of salt, pounds oc sugar, 'six ounces of saUpeler 100 meat. Hub this Into meat every, day for a week, afterivard ,once. a week. After coc-h rubbing cover' Ihe meat nitli tlie salt weeks should be enough "for bacon; five or six weeks liaras. A? lo (tie sugar cure let meat cool a day, then rub a. mixture o[ one part brown sugar Lo four :parls "salt Inlo It. Let it lie a Then pack into a Larrcl and weight the meat down. Jlake a urine of sixteen' pounds o[ fine dairy salt, four pounds sugar or molasses, anil, if ycni' 'wish, sis of meat, f Put enough waler into tbia to an ess- Pour tho brine Into1 toe bar- rel. .In two weeks the smaller-piece's will be readjV -Tbe larger ones takp five or six weeks. Hang the meat lit the sinokeliouso antubuild, a [ire.un.- der it. Uso apple jabiper for1 corncobs (or sraohlng. Alter.a-Treek; take out and hang up. Do not let any water touch the. meat -after it lsy smoked. l houses there, "II will be possible for me In put on bouts ot 10, 15 and 20 rounds lo decision. This means thai cham- pionship contests IE ay ho staged there, so you sec I will he In n position to handle some big malches. If at t find that ic will bo necessary to 'Increase my. seating capacity, I have the oniion on 60 feel ot ground, next lo the arena, running the full, length ql the place, and with Lhis V double my seats." Will Match Big Guns DishopMsayB ho intends to match a number of the big guns of tho ring before the summer Is over, lie saya ho will ask terms'from Jess Willarri, Johnny Kllbanc, Mlko Glbhons, Freddy Welsh; Pete Herman and other cham- pions and near champions.' "It any ot your local boxers wisa 16 make rippllcalion for matches, they may address me at GH Vine says gary. Kews-Telegram'.' ounces of sallpeler per pounds Tlie United Stales Eoveraraaiil, fol- lowing the policy of Great lias come out strongly In favor.of a con- tiiiuatiou" of. horse We Have For Sale" should''boom at Toronto this j-car. James_'J. McCaffrey evi- dently, inaclc a good -moire -when he selected N'a'poleon..Lajoic as manager. CUBING MEAT. At Uio sliort.contso heltl under Ihc Iho Washington State col- lege nl Norlh VaWmR .recently, Pro- fessor Tbornber. suggestions o'n curing meat on Iho Tarm. Dry best for hot weallie'r for preserving small pieces of meal smoVlag. Use silicon pounds One Cadillac iii good repair S2o9 OneBco convcrlcrt truck .One Ford converted truck Two Fords in good working order Oiic 1017 Ford, only run SOO inilcs .t.i i.> We guarantee all of'tlic aliove to be in good working order. BAALJM MOTOR SACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLM AN, MjV ;