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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE 8H fH't LKTBBRlDOB PAItT HBRALP MONDAY, JUNE m WORLD'S ME CLABBY CLASH AND McGOORTY WILL JULY 4 AT AUSTRALIA SYDNEY Svdnev, X. S. W., June Clabby, Indiana middleweight, who ITIONAL IS POSTPONED TILL I'M CAPTAIN HURT OF ENGLISH IN PRACTICE SATURDAY TEAM ON Hempstead, N June 7 The first game of the International Polo according to the press and ring fans, j Cup series was postponed today until w.s robbed ol the the next Saturdaj at 4 p m The po'sl- in his tight against Jeff Smith poneme'iit was due to the injury re- of Philadelphia; Saturday nielit, was! ceivcd yesterday by Captain Leslie matched todav to .meet' Eddie Me- St. Cheap ol the English team. The gatae was to have been played tomor- row The contest will >he decided by the Goor-tv, of Oshkosli, Wisconsin, here July 4, for the world's championship. Smith's award of the 20-rouhd _ _ _ _ _ __ _________ match Saturday was regarded as such best Ro out 01 three games and the an unfair verdict that "the Philadel- 1 teams will line, up as follows 1, Captain H. A: 3, Captain L. St. phian'was not considered in making up the contest for the title. LACROSSE RESULTS New 6, Vancouver '3. Nationals 12, Torontos 7 Tecuniseh S, Quebec 7, A ancouver C 3, ictona 1' OVERSEAS STRENGTHENED FOR FOOTBALL MATCH TOMORROW NIGHT Tomkinson No. Cheapc 3, Major F Barrelli; Back, Vivian Lockcti Sub- stitutes, Lord Wjmborne and John A Traill X6. 1. Rene- Lanion- tagne 3, J M Naterbun 3, Devereaux Milburn Back, Lawr- ence Vaterbun substitutes. C O Malcolm Stevenson and II. C Phipps The Shamrocks and Over- seas meet tomorrow night at ft tbe ball park in a citr league fixture. -The Shamrocks Lave not tasted-the CUD of defeat while their opponents ilave not ff as vet tasted the cuo of MC tory, and it would seeni that -5> the dope-.should favor 'the respecting tne outcome of the ganie.. How the 'Seas are figuring- on recording their first win Thej figure thush on the strength ot a hunch of new ers that hare been acquired tbe tlub era rejratea to hai e good 4 and' irho 'are ex- pected to turn back i ic 4 torious Shdms tomorrow night up the 'Seas' new talent in "Look Here" LOOK OVERSEAS CLUB Tlie.Qverseas'.football team for Uie game tomorrow night Lush; Jlflwards aud_Horue: Harper, liuilen and Shaw, Robertson, JSc Kane and' RUES Strip at the ball'park. NOTICE -TO CALLIES All Callie .players are requested to turn up at Uie T At C 4 on Monday, Wednesday, arid Friday of for training. Time, S SHAMROCK'S TEAM The ol tlie Shamrock's team for- tomorrow..night .will 'be: chosen from the following Hewitt, -Seaman, JJolland, McBriSe, McCormlck, Willetts, Cowan, Far- rant, Gallagher, Kane, Campbell, 'H: Thompson, R Thompson Linesman, George Field. at the Ball Park at 6.30. PROMTER DROPPED A BUNCH DF MONEY ON RITCHIE-WHITE ENCOUNTER Left Tvithout an alibi of the faintest uor him in defeat, anO ;etFeHgtli or possibility ot belief, Willie Ritchie comes out, and admits that he fpiight; like a boob, an amateur, and .deserved to lose to Charlie White in their 'encounter recently at Milwaukee He says he never recovered from a left ra the first round, and that if White had any championship .attributes he would have won right there. If Ritchie is trying to lessen :ttie credit due White for the "win, he ;Tvill little success. On account ;of his'- avarice and unsportsmanlike Demands there was little sympathy was universally'popular. The result will-have no effect ou Ritchie's match with Welsh in Lon- don, according to the English promot- ers, and Willie .will get his for NATIONAL New York Cincinnati Chicago Brooklyn.. St. Louis Philadelphia Boston S3 -'3 35 IS 12 L 14 18 18 -'3 20 25 31 PC .032 .600 550 .489 4S7 .468 .80S Washington Detroit Philadelphia St. Louis. Boston Chicago New York Cleveland W 27 2S 25 -'3 Jl 20 17 14 I, 17 19 17 21 22 25 .'4 30 PC .614 .590 .595 .523 .488 :444 lialtimore Chicago Buffalo. Brooklyn Pittsburg Indianapolis St. Louis Kansas Citj FEDEBAL 20 17 ID IS 21 20 L 15 19 IS IS 31 21 PC .603 .548 52t> 486 475 :462. Willie Mitchell ranked fifth last sea- WESTERN CANADA TV. L PC Saskatoon "Moose Jaw Medicine Hat son amonn the American league pitch- Regina ers. topping Gregq and Falkenberg, who vvere suooosed to be the mam supports of the :club. Mitchell .thinks 'he will do better than ever, this year, and especially if they stop calling him Willie. SHI or William, or anything but Willie: He knows that he could_shake some of his hard luck if they would call, him some- thing different. UETHBRIDGE BASEBALL TEAM AT MACLEOD The Lethbridge ball "team left for Macleod today to; play a league game. The who -went along were TVray, Seidenbe'cher, Hutchin- son, Morrison, Sang, Munroe, Daties, Qomil, Russell Qornll will pitch Calgary Edmonton 13 12 13 12 15 Ib 14 19 19 .767 500 .484 .462 406 .387 TRIGGER AND TRAP The local-Gun club scores 'in- the Championship club shoot of North America: A. H. Pilling. T.'E. Green T. Yuill J. Glenister Shot 50 50 BO 50 50 '50 F. J. McDonnell Mrs. Green, T Evans A high-wind prevented high score's, but the general average was good con- Bioke 88 38 38 25 30 6 S NATIONAL SATURDU" 0AMES St Louh 10 A New .York -u 7 1 Doak, Sallce ami Wmgo Mathnw- son 'and Meyers. Chicago r> 9 2 Brooklyn .782 Cheney and Nccdham and Archer Aitcheson, Kctilhach and McCarty Cincinnati 6 8 Boston 1 k 1 Yingling, an Clark, Taj lor, James auil Gottdj. Pittsburg 5 II 2 Philadelphia 2 10 J Adams and Marshall Oeschger and Killifer. AMERICAN g VTbKDAY G Boston i eland A Johnson, Collins aud Cadv chell; Steer, and O'Neill. Lethbridge-Weyburn Uni to be Fished Next Year 16 13 Ihl- hiladelphia fZ 10 1 Detroit i r I Brown and Lapp, Dausffand Stan age ____ York .131 :incago 1 1 0 Warhop and Nunamakci Benz and Schalk. Vaslungton 58 St Louis Johnson and Williams Mil and Agnew. SUNDAY GAMES Washington 270 it Louis i 6 3 Boehhng, and Ileuty ,1 Weil man and Agnew Cleveland 150 Boston 260 Jaihes, Bowman "and- O'Neill-and iassler Cadv. ew lork 031 Chicago 470 McIIale, Caldwell, and N7unainakct Aabeir aiid Schalk. They left the Dallas ursntos at 3 30 sideling the handicap M0RAN WILL DEFEAT JOHNSON ACCORDING TO "SNOWY" BAKER Jack Johnson is in for a walloping when he 'measures ;sEill and punches with Frank Moran in Paris. That is, f "Snowy" Baker's deductions prove correct. The Australian fight promot- that bout, and a pretty liicky hoy he er, in an interview in New York, is. 'it as his opinion that Johnson's The bout was unprofitable to all, ex- is gone, due to loose living, cept Ritchie. The gate was only Baker spent La month or more in and of. this Ritchie got j England and France, and sa'.v guarantee. White received ner-son, Georges Carpentier and Bomhar- cent. after the State tax was deducted, and the only thing 'left the promoter, Tom Andrews, was a deficit of about 13000 or ?40GG. REASON'S FOR USING Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a cohcenlraled licjuid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table bever- age, dyspepsia, is practically unknown. So is stomach (I trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal time. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle clnini, but .one that we can back up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show you. iTo those who value .strong digestive organs we "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it lo it is a'tonic. THELETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 dier Wells in action. He' is bubbling. over1 with enthusiasm regarding the prowess of Carpentier, hut deprecates the physical endurance of, Johnson and Wells. "If Frank JToran can fight like his admirers say he said "he will he the next, "icaw- weight-champion of ihe saw j Johnson -while in Paris. HR crily i the shall of the Johnson iie mi he fought Tommy -Burns in Berry, chp for any leflgttt-of time Ij' si ill retains much of Tiis Ucternebs, lj t I failed to detect latent- his movements. v "Moran, his friends say, ran punch hard. His knockout-vic-toW over 1'al-' Buffalo zer tend to prove that lie has Brooklyn the wallop. Well; if Moran will use Ford anil BIair these hard punches and mis it wilh Owens. 'hiladelphia 2 )etroit 4 Bush, Pcnnock and Schang Lapp Covaleski and Stallage. FEDERAL SATURDAY. GAMES Chicago a, 11 Indianapolis 3 McGuire; .Be'His and- Laloiide Block Wilson and -Mullen; St Louis 4 liaasas 7 Cirandall and Simons nine, Harrison and Easterly. 10 3 and 11 6 and rsosi; TACC ToS-'tlie'iettle'rayAs I haveUai ready tolil'you, we motorod over thi country l-etwoen the enrB" but tile ranehcrs aic unpaieiitly.tiiot.suffering thiough lack of transportation facilities, 01 at least they BO There are a number, or horaesteaders, but not Impressed with tho fanning inanv them, and thcib is'not muoli pioduccd Oi course, tho homestt'a.dei s that if they Jud, transportation facilities therev would lie moro prdduceili-'hut il looked to me, imrtlculaih east oj Afanyhen leg, as If nian> of them wei e proving up with'a to selling out, not Intend to be producers, are grading tnen t> imfeb from Foremost east thiough countu which is pietU wel good farmers and we wil coni'plste the balance next jeal Crop'Conditions Good Mr Burj added, I am not worrv Ing the croj) V few ago aiarhiihg reports about the damage drought, but I am sui pris ed that these were credence by people who had been in the coimtij for a long time, as the crop scare is an annual affaii, and Mas is usuallj a month The rain has come the crobs looking wellwand I that we will he as as tins Huerta Orders Port of Tcimpico Blockaded CONTIKUED-.FROjr FRONT PAGE 11 d 12 C Hen Baltimore 2 11 Pittsburg" s 12 Quinrf and Jacklitsch Knelzcr and Johnson he will not only the champion down, but-will an cx- ccilent chance to: knock him i if Johnson stays the limit lie will sur- prise me. But Moran will have to fight him. If he tries to box Jobn- son at long range" Jack will him a boxing lesson and earn the dccisi in on points. "Moran has a big advantage in age, Johnson is verging" on his. fortieth year. Jack is not'- the man he was. But it must not be forgotten, that he clinched the title by defeating Jef- lia. Johnson looks good at first WES after he had gone the pace for glance, he lacks his old-time snap several years. Now the wheel of time ...j {brings Johnson and Moran back to days the physical conditions which and endurance. "In comparison with other days the physical conditions which were when he was" a prime boxer and ban! dominant when Johnson and Jeffries puncher, he is now slow and wer.k. He has lost his vim and steam. :I feel sure he cannot keep y i fast fought. That is why I say that Mor- an, if.his pretensions to the title are at all.justified, ought to win it. WON'T STAND FOR WHEELER IN CALGARY Some Man i stroke of business on the part of the He's .the man..who put the bell in league president to send Wheeler to some other to'vvn than Calgary. He Houck, Chappell SUNDAY GAMES Chicago 7 10 Iiidianapolis 2 8 Hendrix and Wilson Moslcy Kais- erling and Kariden. St. Louis 15' 17 0 Kansas City .....................6 11 3 Crandall and-Simon) Packard Har- ris and Enzenroth. INTERNATIONAL Saturday Games Montreal 2, Toronto 5. iSIontreal 1, Tororitb'Bj- Rbcaester 'i, Buffalo 3. Rochester 3, Buffalo 4. Providence 2, Baltimore 6. Jersey City ,5, Newark 4. Sunday Games Buffalo 7, Montreal 3. Baltimore 5, Jersey 'City 2. Baltimore 4, Jersey City 1. Belly River. He's the man who put the Medicine in -Medicine HaL He's accountable for the bridge a pi pearing in Le.thbridge. He's got a corner on considerable Ball and fat. (Calgary Herald) One (question that we have not ___, heard a greiit deal of lately is about Just waiting for it'chanco. will hR uiifcil he makes one slight mistake, and then the fans Will "ride" him to death. He is too well known here to get away with any- thing. As soon aa he. makes his first appearance- locally, the fans be watching for a slight mistake, and when it does happen, wel be something doing In there wi the grand- stand. In other words, the fans iviii'bc the umpires. Umpire Nelson brought liere to handle tho indicator, but tiie altitude must have been away too high for him. as lie suddenly loft for parts and has _not since been heard from. "bpare" man was pressed Into'service. Air. Wallace Wheeler, if y6u "please, to the rescue. He immediately proceeds to get "in right" with the players by sticking some fines on .them. Now, Wheeler may be all right in uome towns, but tlixtre is one that the fans will not stand for Is, Cal- gary, Ho is through in this town as an umpire. It has certainly not tho policy Colgate did not makWnythJng more than a fail' impression here. Becker handled himself the best of any, and Is liked Ijy the fans. Now, for the good of baseball in ovory city, let Mr. Flem- ing appoint airumplre on hfs staff that not only has the respect of the fans, but of the players. Last year Johnnie Mackin made a splendid .impression, and was liked all over the'circuit. He is at present residing in Lethbridge. He is- a good umpire. At the of the season Smick Meyers was also used as an umpire. And wliat Is more, he more than made good. Smick is in Vernon, Either of these men nre (fiway abend of Wheeler, nnd oan ho or this column to fcn'ock anything that (readied enslly. It .won't1 help baacball did not'dcservo it, but for the good of jln daJgnry'to let Wheeler handle tho tliis city, it would he vi'games hcfo- CALGARY DROPPED TWO Hegina, Juno Sox took tlic Bronks into corral for a double-head- er Saturday.' and went into 'third place in the league, while Calgary bumped into the cellar. First 3 5 2 Regfna.............................. -4 (i 2 Lor.mis, Kcssclring ami Jones Ber- gcr and SinneHc and Roth. Kpcond Calgary 4 Hegina 0 il' J. Kcsselring, Battiste and Jones; Reese and Roth.. HARD LUCK ON ESKS Moose Jaw, June Hoods took first nf a double header from the Kskimos.. Hnin stopped the sec- ond game in the fourth inning when the visitors had a big lead. Moose Jaw 6 12 3 Kdmontou 2 7 2 Ilnrrali and Wally; Killcun 8ptnccr. Saskatoon at Medicine Hat, double header postponed on account o( rain. It did not appear Jiere that Huerta'a changed'position been contingent upon any change of plans for the cargo of the steamer Antilla, steam ng for Tammco "ftitb, aims for the Constitutionalists It had been sug gested that possible or assure upon lie owners, of thg ghjn might cause ;hem to dhert her One th'ing, was plain President WHsbn' "was determined open to'the of the world tind the Am erican- Hnipa were" evidently ready to orce it. the Antilla's cargo, would have Tjeehi .cbhsldered as .commerce had'the situation come to the point of bieak, all ofliclals here declined to saj The gunboats Zaragossa and should arrived, at- Tauipico about'five o clock this mornins Fol lowed by the United States ships Sec raniento 'and Tacoma tbey passed Vera Criiz vesterdaj In the absence of any- hew 'Secretary Daniels'wired Rear Admiral Badger for'a report of their position The possibility that Huerta's decision not to blockade the port may have divert- ed them; was. takeir Into the reckon- ing heie General Huerta's" despatch anounc- ing the' suspension, 'of the blockade was received'at the Spanish Embassy, early today, and its purport was imme- diately" communicated to Secretary Bryan afcTiis numu The despatch re quested the Spanish "Ambassador to inform the 'American government that the 'suspension of' the blockade had been decreed- >by General' Huerta, that official notification would be publish ed'in the official'paper tomorrow, and that orders had been given to the to return to Puerto Mexico. General 'Hiierta'S action in calling off the -blockade was inspired, it was stated; -by a'sincere desire not to jeo- pardize the of mediation. In. diplomatic "circles Huerta's ac- tion; as- conclusive evi- dence'of sincerity that be lias placed the fate of his government and the settlement 'of the Mexican problem fully in the hands' of the South Am- erican mediators and his ropresenta tives at Niagara Falls, Ont. TbeAvires between Washington, Ni- agara Falls ,and .Mexico City have been .official despatches tlie. receipt Saturday afternoon of the despatch announcing the proc- lamation of the blockade. Represen- tations on the. serious nature of the crisis precipitated by, his action, and the decision to keep Tumpico open were -made to Huerta from-'scveral quarters, 'with, appeals to sacrifice a possible momentary advantage for hla jovcrnment., in- prevent the collapse of: the peace; conference at Niagara Falls. SCREAMED; WITH THE TERRIBLE PAIN St. THOMAS, ONT April ist. lo "In 1911, 1 WAS rfitH Kidu Trouble and not able to get out of ray chair Had tried many without satisfactory results, -Thf pain was excruciating and iny Krttuns could be heard on the street. tOqe day a friend from Ottawa came to ace inc, and yhen he found me in such prior health, Mid lie would send tue a, iatuple of "Fruit a- which he did ana I taking them The festlHi jfere so apparent with the first few doses that I continued to take "Fruit lives" arid iv as completely restored to tnv normal atate of health I would, strongly anyone suffering with Kidney Trouble to take "Fruit a. tives" and1 cure 5ocva box, 6 for 90, trial size, At all dealers or from Limited, Ottawa, Solemn Memorial Service for Salvation Army i Vkdms ,A Saturday Games Taconm 5 Spokinc I Portland 4, Vancouver J Seattle 1. Victoria, 0, Sunday Games 10. Taconm 0, Spokane u. AM. ASSOCIATION Saturday Games Minneapolis 1, Milwaukee 8 tit; Paul 0; Kansas City -1; Louisville 12, Columbus 9 ImltanapQliB I Cleveland 5 (Sunday Cleveland V Iiul I unrolls 12 Unj.svilld JO, CtfnmibuH Mifwaiikvm City 4. MinneitppJia fl, St Paul I. .liLj ueic not 'Ihcii pi.uers for the Kingdom God in this dislutft aud proMnce are [teing answeied in a the> and uc ittle anticipated Ihej bv the id in and so mam others ha.te passed made. deeper iraprebsion than could been possible We sor- row our Army friends and the others been so bereaved But ue also that on thib dark road, blessing will tot be absent It is light for Us to before our God acknowledging our dependence upon Him and trust- ng Hun m the midst of our tears to ner-rule all for the furtherance ol His purpose In a sense tliev had finished their vork i had no clear light as to ;he nevt steps and asked out prayers Sj-mpathrze ulth our- bro'thcr, Captain tulte, jtross the ocean to His heart is doubtless filled ulh mingled awe, and gia- itudr HP feels as if he has been matched fiom the deep and thanks God for the sake of his ones, is comrades, and the uork so dear o his heart He doubtless )ields him elf lo God, and prays that ho return to do better work than for his Lord and ours I Knou rom his pmate conversation how he our friends one. Lot us remember ..him -and brave Irs. Tutte- in our mtercessipnsi.-'f he ntemational congress ot 191 i- will ive a unique sacredness and solemn louer, and uhen tht delegates re- uin to tlieir places m so manv parte if the it doubtless be to arrv with 'them memories which ill do much to deepen the work of od And, infaofai is aic to eccive, we of the various churches share- in the blessing, the rmy of GcU is one. As we think of -thbse: have een translated higher say in the mils of the familiar song 'c ask them whence their A ict'ry came They .with united b'reath ,Ascriber their conquest to" the Lamb' Their triumph to His death; "There uas something unusually solemn and tender about that mid: night fareu ell follow ing upon the torchlight procession, "Feelings too :icep for expression filled .the, [hearts of all present" .when tho bandsmen with bared .Heads play- ed the farewell tune, You Till We 'God Be With as tho tram slowlj loft the railuaj station shall for many a "omo see the smiling faces of oja bpMrd friends as thej stood on the car platform waung gnodbye to us all "More than .one of us were too nuich moved to say much for a while. Well, the .prayer of the song 'is an swercd. God is with them in thc'full- est they arc with Hini. "When we sec them, again-we shall find them s.miling with the gladness of the heavenly home and of the Sav- iour's nearer presence. "May it he. true of lis'all _that{ we shall in that sweetest sense meet at Jesus' feet We shall iirid" thein' there' surrounded by many'1'''who'." were led to the Christ through their in- .stnimeritalitv How lie with us Shall we empty-handed, go "Had they known of. this service, we know'the-kind of message .they would have sent., They would have siid "Irll the dear I ethbiidge Fnends to make surt that Jesus ih theirs' How sad if whil" uo mnm from In dia arc found .it the Ust in the Kingdom, in Ciiiud.i who lived in the midst of the of the inouiu miss the lo the celestial citj Kcv. Cameron read the Scripture lesson ant. spoke of Liic- that h id come to ihi% norld thro igh the siifltnng and bereavement caused by the calling of so many fi'onr the Held of-battle. Hcv-.-A; C. Mryan, of-Si.-Andrew's church led in'the praj'er -of invoca- tion, KtV Cobbltilick led in pravor, and Canon McAHllen pionounccd tlio bcneiliction, S3 BASEBALL. LEAGUE Wesley aud Ihtermedlutos play, tomorrow, night at'the Barracks. AVenloy-and Knox .Iiinlbrs [ilaj' on Tliuraday night. Games ftt (i.30. ;