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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGISDC TBI LBTHBKIDGI DA11.Y FRIDAY. JUNE 5. 1M4 Callies Defeated Taber Goal injCity and 'District Game Here Last Stubbornly Contested from. Start to Made Good Impression THE SCORE Callies................... 2 1 Goai Summary CalllM, 21 Second Half Taber, 12 minutes........Brown .Galilei, 15 rr-lnutes ...Linning The Teams Molntyre; Bannerman and Andenon; Glenn, Chiswick Mcllvena; Knight, Allen, Bone, Linning and Bateman and MbMahbn; P. Carr, J. Carr and Bsttersblei Brown, Foster, Col- houn, McGillvray and Cartnell. Tha Callies: took the measure itlro Tiber eleven last night at the bill park by a score of 3 to 1 what was generally conceded to be the. slickest football match of tie season that has been played here. The score eloquently attests the comparative showing q! the teams is the contest- .The .winners, appeared to lie a more si and as the game, grew iksbned Clinch oi players {kicking in, nune grew, old; proved to hmdv The he in a trifle better condition than. their rirals. Taber presented a ujro! busky youngsters mostly, and individually :and. collectively toey played a class of -football ;ia wHich defeat carries no ignominy. The Callies won the'combat' on the meritorious work v of eTcry man who composed the but special note here might be made of the play- ing.-'of Glenn, "Xicllvena and Allen, who though riot always prom- and climaxes of ihe -contest .were, indispensible units team work that- won the vic- tory. In centre-fonvard the Callies were sporting a new luminary in the person of Bone, a man oi profession- al" experience p'n tho old a fotce that mads itself Jejt the start and when he team, will be heard :ti6m: visitors' centre forward line there shone a star whose brilliancy was a feature of the Carr was always there and he work- ed to win in dead earnest as if his life depended upon the result. ..There was a good crowd of people at :the game but lliere are probably not a few exponents of the game who are sorry they missed a stellar con- test. supporters were offering five lo three .and finall? two to one lino which ended in Brown being tumbled in the dirt .when he got within shooting range, the ball roll- ing put. Jack Carr, of Taber, always very much in evidence in the thick of fray, made .a desperate attempt f to. equalize the- scoxe before the half ended, but his kick went high over bar. Toe half .ended with .the ball in bh'ihe'south line and tiie game going nicely. SECOND HALF The second session started at .7.55. Knight- was again the first to make an attempt on the firing -line, -bul there was no steam in his kick and the save was easy for Powell. The Tafjerites were given 'a free kick when Callies fouled near the line, how- ever, nothing came oi it. Bannerman took another of; his long range chanc- es from .central territory and it hail Powell guessing to save it. Taher took -possession and approached ttie Callies' goal; Bannermaa Hocked Cartnell's shot toward the coveted spot, the ball glancing off his body and giving..the; visitors a 'corner. Cartnell made a poor .attempt, on the ball skidding off be- Callies pushed .matters around the Taher goal and Powell puzzled by a sizzling! twister 'which might have :ended but for the back's timely relief, who cleared at the expense of a corner. The corner didn't proflt the Callies anything and Taher took possession. Bannerman roughly checked Cartnell and it. cost toe Cailies something. J. Carr free kick and slipped the ball to "centre, where Foster secured and passed to .Brown and as Mcln- tyre came, forward to meet the at- tack he tell as he got to the hall and Brown kicked it in, equalizing the score.. The score was made twelve minutes after the commencement of the half. .5 The; Callies, became. very zealous, in their efforts'but t.hey: were. met. by. a very determined .front. Those; Cart" hoys were presenting a stonewall de- were extremely busy on the offensive too. The game was warm- the world didn't seem to hurt Lee Magee, as many of the critics predicted. He is playing the same high class game that he put up last season, per haps a little any different. Muggins Is using, him ;ln the outfield, and he Is easily the peer of any of the fielders of the St. Louis Nationals. HERRESHOFF DESIGNED SLOOP FIRST OVER LINE IN SEC- OND TRIAL RACE NATIONAL All games postponed, rain. AMERICAN Cleveland............ 0 14 Chicago .250 lilanding and O'Neill; Scott and, Schalk. All other games postponed, rsua. FEDERAL Indianapolis 7 13 2 St Louis li 8 S .Moseley. and Rariden Keupper and Simons. Chicago 4 13 i Kansas Clti 571 Sherman, KhVe and Wilson Block, Stcce.and Easterly; Baltimore-Pittsburg, rain. rain. AM. ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 6, ..Qplnmbus S. Milwaukee. 6, .Minneapolis 2 No other INTERNATIONAL Providence 2, Baltimore 1. No" other NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 4, Portland C. Tacoma 6, Spokane 16, WESTERN C1XADA All games postpoaed-rain. TIPS FOR TIPSY OOLF (By Hugh 8. Fullsrton) Speaking of the Sandwich tourney, and Uie' breaks ot luck that .made and uninado champions, an incl- dent at course re- oentljr that Illustrates a litayer may so 'beyond his gait. There was a match, between two who Qorraftlly nlay at or near 100 strokes They raaeissd the- couis? just as a rain stoim.broke, and abandon- ed the of plajing in of splitting a quart of Scotch After confaumod tho Scotch, the 8Un' suddenly came Ironi clouds and the aftei- noon so they iient rather unsteadily to tho tee. One of them took the Hirst hole In Uiree, sinking a .twenty-foot1 be went -around over the a clean S3, scarcely missing a. putt The orders for that brand of were quadrupled. Hie, N Y June 4 -Sailing under j Brookhn ilmosS perfect weather conditions the Lom! NATIONAL w few York 23 incinnati J i 21 itlsburg Herreshofl-desinTed Resolute defeated Cnlcaei> Alexanders Cochran's Van'tie >es-! Philadelphia terday in the second trial race for 75-foot sloops, candidates for Ameri- L Pet 13 639 1? 603 21 18 19 13 22 23 21 22 20 .53.8 the result before the -match com- menced. The game was a little late in starting- kick-ofS at 7.05. The Cal- lies immediately commenced to feed Knight, who took a shot at ,the first but it -was slow and wide. Tbe ball was kept to the cen- tre of the field for the first ten min- utes -without anything of note occur- ring the teams were both playing a cool, and -steady game. Heading the ball was very much in vogue on all sides. The Callies commenced to press the attack and kept the Taber backs on the alert. Fourteen minutes had passed and Taber was in posses-: sion and making things hum In the Callies' home. The Taber right pass- ed to the inside who was right onj top the goal; Anderson intercept- ing up and there was lots of excite- ca's cup defender in the races set for roent for the spectators. The Callies I September against Sir Thomas Lip- fquled twice in rapid succession in their vim for conquest. Allen and Linaing did some quick manoeuvering and got one tb Powell which the Taber goalie saved nicely. A minute later and the Callies were one goal Boston 17 10 27 .500 .489 488 459 270 fflB DISPIAT OF By n ST. PATRICK'S SHUT OUT KNOX TEAM BY 4 TO 0 SCORE Oil Stock Brokers Kimball Larson, Limited Cardston Investment Co., Ltd. JOINT STOCK BROKERS Handle High Class Stocks Special Lease In Township 1, Range 11, near location of pro. Segur Wells. Cardston OH Co. hive made for Make application for while they are only 25c. par value SEE OUR BLACKBOARD AND LIST OP SNAPS SiS FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE I junior league game was played at the bairacks last night that''will he talked of for some time b) the ttho took part m the game and those who were there as spectators St., Patrick's defeated Knox by 4 to and as the score attests it- 'was a smart little game, replete witu all that gees to make baseball the game that it_is The game went the full course of nine innings, thanks to the .effective manner in; which Umpire Shauiun ept the. boj s on the e aud (ILC also to 'the speed in which the sides were retired time after time. The longest hit of the'game was a ;wp-base swat by Popsori, but he didn't score. Vasleniak scored a run-in the first and one in the third, and Moore came across with one in-the fourth and one in the sixth, completing the tallies 'or the games. The sides were, repeatedly put out .n one, two, three order. WAS the star periormer, short for Knox He accented 11 kinds of chances successfully Nchon, Fullrrton Richardson, Max- well, Zubacb, Ferko, Supjna, 3Ioore ton's challenger Shamrcek IV. The Resolute's victory1 over the' Philadelphia 25 Gardner boat came after a -25J-mile :Detroit race on the waters of.' Long Island j St. Louis sound by a margin ol i'i seconds. On' Boston estimated corrected time this was in- j Chicago the lead, the result oi a delight- creased to 3 minutes 13 seconds, fnl display of footwork on the part j TllB yachtsmen not so much of Linning he carried the ball: clean j concerned with the time as .they were through the Taher defence and right i satisfied at having seen the two cup into tie goal mbnth, where he select- defense aspirants competing under far AMEBICAN W L Washington 27 16 15 18 19 22 S5 23 ..23, New York....... Cleveland Pet .628 .581 .513 The famous pitcher who with Catch- been reported- to cave signed Federal i firmed, be a bad bloiv for the Wash lngton t th crefllt JonnBon.a Richardson, p.; :Drinka Nelson, .176 If.; Dunham, lb.; Bllyin, cf.; Fuller- .433 Whitney, rf. .328 ed a hole and sliot through it with beautiful accuracy. Powell had no chance to save and Linning must hi given credit for eool and collected judgment in his successful manoeuver This winning goal was made fifteen minutes from the start. The Taber forwards took a couple of shots at Mclntyre which were easy picking. Lethbridge followed with a similar volley on one occa- sion Knight transferred to Bone who headed in, which Powell saved. Chis- wick drove a hard one at Powell from long distance which the Taber joalje just picked oft in timj. The Dallies were: now -apparently killing time kicking .put of hounds. Taber carried the ball up and Mela tyre was __ ed and Foster kicked the ball off to leave the goal to clear: fierson's foot, handling right past The Taber team charged the Callies the non-plussed Mclntyre and netting it. Referee Gurr saw the act goal in a body and Mclntyre was on his toes in anticipation 'and when by the Taber inside right, blew his I things looked most dangerous for the whistle and discounted the goai, to the consternation of' the :Taber backers who .Tvere quite .numer- ous in the stand. Taber- continued to PKBS the attack and Mclntyre stop- ped a hot one from McGillvray. Easton scored the'first goal of the game for the Callies 21 minutes after ______ tha kick-off. He secured it'close to the making, but it the side line about eighteen yards j not materialize. Bone made the pcn- local team it was 'discovered that the visitors were very much offside. The Caliics broke away and made it in- teresting for the Taber goal tender. In an awkward position he gave the Callies a corner kick in clearing..On the kick-ia a Taberite committed a penalty and another goai for the Cal- I :_ IV out; in front of him stood Bateman about to try conclusions, but Johnny with a neat little piece of footcraft heat his man to it and with a pow- erful kick sent the ball sailing high and straight to the Taber goal, where it hounded over the. head of the .Taber goalie and found place in the net. Taber took the sphere up Brown took possession and just as he was a resting slty kick allowed the Callies and kicked well, but Ppwell potmceii on the ball "and cleared instanter, sav- ing the situation for his team. Lin- ning later took the ball up the side line and' passed to the goal front, but there was no one there to take it. Taher was pressing the attack as full.time approached, but they could gain nothing over the local celehri- down about to do or die he fell in a heap The ball went up an. .and -the Callies recovered nreat frequency. Chiswick shot brought the, ball down to the Taber i a beauty which Powell saved and .goal. Bone -was on it and. kicked vi-j Linning picked one over the liar Powell was in the way I which were the final spectacular and pushed at. Bone, stunts. of the game. took another kick at the ball, and .again Powell saved and desperately .cleared.- The local -team the in- cipient of a corner..Bone headed to- .ward the goal and It went.wide. Tahsr broke away, -carried the ball P. W. L. D. F. A. down and centred, then, the ball was Callies ..43 Miicked-behind. Up .the.field again jour, Sh'amrocke 3 neyed jtha pigskin.' Anderson kicked N.-Leth. U. 3 2 FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDING m away behind and; Powell, made Is-'0- E...... iy picking of it. Brown and An-' Taber Person took a sprint up the side Overseas more favorable conditions than those! Baltimore prevailing in yesterday's, initial con- Brookl FEDERAL lyn..................... test, when the Vanitie was returned Chicago victor hy a margin of many minutes Buffalo in winds of the flukiest nature. Nau-; Indianapolis...... tical experts felt that tonight they St. Louis had a tetter line, on the ability of the Kansas City two sloops than could be -formed from Tuesday's race. ME WH HI HIED OFF PRINCIPALS CANCEL TITLE CON- TEST AFTER DISAGREE- MENT OVER REFEREE AND STAKEHOLDER Pittsburg 14 1G 19 18 18 18- 19 23 .19 23 13-30 L. Pet. .611 .515 .513 .500 .500 .452 .452 .384 NORTHWESTERN Seattle Vancouver Spokane.-. Tacoma.. Portland.. Victoria.. W. 34 33 2S 22 15" L. 17 17 30 -31 34 P.O. .067 .060 .seo ..423 WESTERN CANADA W. L. Pet. Saskatoon JUedicine Hat Moose Jaw Caigary Kejina Edmonton N'ew York, June TUtchie- Welsh bout for the lightweight cham-i_ pionship, which was to have beep held i in London this month, off yesterday after a disagreement over the referee and stakeholder. Boh Ver- non, representative of the club which Was to have staged the bout, and Emile Thiery, acting for Ritchie, met itere with the idea of putting through the final details. Everything went! Macleod vs. Cayley. 6 16 15 17 .433 14- .417 .414 .793 .467 .464.1' St. bach, 2b.; terkc-, c.; Moor, lb.; rf.; the league. l onnBona and Aaslcmak were the oovs who p.tching for the place they- hold in successfully connected the ball at the swatting station. Richardson' for Knox and Vasleniak for the winners pitched- in great form. The line-up Ridpath, 2bi; Maxwell, ss.: MARTIN'S JUNIOR CAPTURES THE MANCHESTER CUP TO MHfllF HUT IV> IMUU-IUIIIL. Hill TO PLAY WITH ESKIMOS FOR COUPLE BASE- BALL NEWS SCHEDULE SOUTHWESTERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE FOf? JUNE Macleod, Alta., June nle for the Southwestern Football league for the month of June has been arranged as June vs. High River-. along smoothly until the matter of naming the referee and stakeholder. "We will want to have John Kelly act as referee and George Considine declared Vcrn'on. "I won't agree to said Thiery. "We want Hilly Gibson, of Xcw York, as. stakeholder, and Eu- gene Corri, official- referee of your club, 'to act as third man in the No compromise was effected aiter a icated argument. Both principals left the room where the meeting .was held declaring "tlic bout is off." CATARRH OPTMt BLADDER liDindli June vs. Npjiton; Naa- ton vs. Claresholm; High River .vs. Staveiy; Cayley vs. Macleod.. June vs. Caytey. June VB. StavelVi Al'l matches to be played on ground of first-named club. Johnny -Mackin, manager of ohe Lethbridge Baseball club, has gone to -Medicine Hat to help Deacon White out. Deacon has three of his Eski- mos disabled, and as the rosters of the Western Canada league teams are very limited, the shortage of talent puts toe Edmonton manager up ag- ainst it for men. Johnny promises to be back here in time to go to Macleod with tho Lethbridge team on Monday, w-liere a league game is scheduled. The next league same takes place here a week from today, Bow Island vs. Lethbridge. .A practice of.the Jocal club will be held tonight at the Ball Park. First Baseman ilcRae diaa ieft.tbe city. Ills position will be easily filled. Betting Was 5 to Thousand; Dollars Manchester. Jung Manches- ter n handicap for three-year-olds, and-upwards, was run today over the Cup course of one and a half miles, and was won by Theo- Martin's fivcyear-old brown Junior, by carrying ISOlus., and starting at 5 to 1. Lord Cadognn's four-year-old, The Cm-rash, lOSlbs., was second, at.3 to 1, and H. 'A. Crallaii's fiveyear-old The Culler, Oolbs., third. at 4 to 1, V BETWEEN JOHNSON AND LANG- FORD IN GETS FORTUNE WIN, LOSE OR DRAW London, June 5 thousand sov- ereigns, the largest sum of gpld evrr deposited to insure a glove fight, were pobted in the offices of the Sportsmau this afternoon for the ap- proaching match between Jack John- sun and "Sam Langford The cash was handed over By Gorrard Austin, representing the syndicate promoting the fight He was accompanied by a body- guard of .commissionaties .in .uniform, ivho closely guarded six' bags, each containing sovereigns The money represents Johnson's share -whether be wins, loses, or draws Austin, it was announced, had been assured that the flght would take place as he had receiu-d Johnson's guarantee to sign articles as soon as the money was forthcoming The flght t probably will take place in. London in September or October. AEROPLANE EXPLODES IN AIR Two French Aviators Met Death Bod. Being Horribly Burned Dijon, Prance, June 5. Two French Army aviators, Lieutenant Girpnnis and Sapper Rioiii, wore.kill- ed while Hying nbar here today. Peassats, watching: an aeroplane wthich had risen the military aviation station, and which was flying swiftly at an altitude of halt a mile over the forest ot.Casquette, heard an saw a burst of flame. A few moments later the fragments of the aeroplane, to. which the aviators were strapped fell among the trees and the foodies of tho men were found horribly burned and mutilated. In Inter-Stake Contests at Cardston Taylor Stake Emerged Triumphant WESLEY PRACTICE The "Wesley intermediate Sunday soliool team will practlco'nt the Bar- racks tonight at 7 o'clock.. TRIGGER AND TRAP TRIGGER AND .TRAP At the Gun club traps; im-Wodnis-. day night a practice shoot was and good scores were made, connfd- erlng the high wind. Scores: Shot at Broke A. M. rDowaley.... 50- ;n D. McSwaln so 29 H, McMillan. 75.' .57 A. B.; Stafford..... ,13 J. GlenlBtor H. Pilling.. loor', 85 E. 0. Stlckley...... 50 "28 L. Hammond...... 25 5 W. Scott......... 25 4 AND BOATS AT FACTORY PRICES 1 bavo tbo Eiclunlve Agency for the OLD TOWN CANOH COMPANY. If you contemplate getting a Canoe for tbo call and get my prices. Canoes up, f.o.b. factory. WILLHAYTER 611 15th Street South Or Priwe 1117 after 6 p.m. (By Grant Young) Cardston, Alta., June Mutual Improvement association of the Mor- mon church held their first annual in- ter stake contests at Cardston yes- terday. This day 1ms recently been inaugurated in the cJiurch, arid repre- sents ths resivit of the year's work: of this particular branch, each the fif- teen 'wards in Alberta selecting theii best material for oratorical contest, story telling, quartette singing, chorus work, and nil kinds ot track and field sportB.; TSIa .material is carefully trained, ward competitions or try-outs being held, and tbo winners of these trjr-ouls compete in district try-outs, which represent three or four wards in the'same--locality; then the win ncrs of Uie district try-outs compete in the stake annual There are two stakes of the Mormon church in Canada, known as'the Taylor stake and Alberta stake, and tho 'winners of all .of the .competitions of each oC these stakes come together once a year, ae the gladiators did of old, in mortal combat. the flrat of these annual affojrs was that held at Cafdnton yesterday, and in. gumming up the tola! of the the Taylor ntako, ed by llaymond mostly', was found to hold a comfortable majority, winning eleven out of, sixteen events. In the 6rat9rical content .Grant Young of Raymond won for Taylor against Mr.' gkelth of Cnrdgton. Mlse Grnco Brand., of. Stirling won the story .telling' contest, also forj Taylor1.' Cardston defeated .Itnymond in; the "qiinrtet't'oi and iscorod tho .first points for The junior boys' chorus from Aetna followed Card. (ton's lead, and won from llio Flay' mond laddies. The girls' .chorus from itagrath scored again for' Taylor, giv- ing the 'Taylor stake threo events out "of five in the indoor competitions. At 2 o'clock hundreds of people as- sembled at the baseball park for tho long-awaited track and field contestn. Cardslon had b.een training some old 'varsity stars, and were very confi- dent of an easy victory. However, a surprise to everyone came in the first event, the three-man relay race, when the Cardston stars fell before the speedy beet diggers, of Itaympnd. Tho results of .the other events were as follows: 100 yards' Skousbn, for Taylor. 220 yards-" Skonspn, for Taylor. 440 yards' Holmes, tor Taylor. .880.yards' ..Gibiis, for Al- berfa. .One Gibbs, for. Alberta. Uniting Walker, for Taylor. Throwing Wulkor, for Taylor. Shot, Smith, for Al- erla. High Nye, for Taylor. Standing broad Nyc, for Taylor, lOfL Sin. nurinlng hr'o'ad Skouson, for Taylor. Pole for Alberta. Aoiflit fifteen hundred ucoiile as- iombled.from tha Cardston district. A special train left 'Lethbrldge ;'nt o'- clock- taking on the Raymond and Magratli pebpic. Tho Judges were D. M. niton for., orations and stories, and Mr. Mannar- man for tjio musical ;