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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TBUKSDAY, JUNE 10, WH T-H15'. LETH-BRIDGE DAILY HERALD' PAO1' Black Plug Chewing Tobacco A GOOD CHEW IN A CLEAN WRAPPER A beautiful Insert packed with each plug Each Plug is wrapped separately in Soil BOWLER TAKES NINE .WICKETS FOR 13 RUNS YblWGER WILOING IS EVERY BIT AS GOOD AS LATE ILLUS- TRIOUS BROTHER New York, June is not like- ly that the name of Wilding, made famous in the annals of international by Anthony V. 'Wilding, .will disappear Irom the lisfe of fu- ture cup matches. There is a ffouiger brother who is rapidly Joikodiiig-intc) the fullness of racquet skill and who is confidently expect- ed to flU the zap in the Australasian lanks left vao.lnt by the untimely "Tftaffi'df the Tony Wild- Sn> The Hon. F. M. B. 'fisher of Well- ington, N. Z., who is a member of the Australian parliament, has at- tended most of; the cup matches on local courts. He is >a friend of Fred- erick B. Alexander, one of the first [American Davis cup players to visit [Australia. When not umpiring match- es Fisher tells of thrilling episodes in the matches in which Tony Wild- Ing fought. younger Wilding is every bit as good as his brother said "He is a bit shy of the game because of the achievements of his elder brother. He just needs a hit of Scorning on' to he duplicate of (Tony. He's a hard, hitting young fallow who knows the science and the .'strokes. Now that Tony is gone, this jfoung Wilding is to land in Dav- is cup matches, is. already a great placer." i DECLINES -COAST OFFER Toronto, June Stats, the Toronto Selder, who as! accepted terms frith ''Con. Jones decided to. re- east and play for the Tecum- jsehs in league. TO BflfNG DROUILLARD AND ,0'LEARY TOGETHER Vancouver, "B.C., June Pater DJtouillarVi of Windsor, Out v vs. Johnny O'Leary of Seattle tor'iiO-rounds on Domln- ion Bay at CoflUitlam, is the card -Pwraoter. Freddie -Howes is now arranging. IJrouiiiard is'vne of the lead- -fr ing', lightweights In the east, andi is particularly anxious to gtt'a chance at the title since 4 Jof'Bayley Knocked the crown. of Silly Allen's head In June, At Allen was the cham- plon. Since then the champion. ship ha> been held in the west by Valse, Q'teary and Burns. Winnipeg, Man.. June What is considered a record performance In Canadian crick- et was accomplished here on Jj- Saturday, when B. H. Williams, bowling for the Manitoba -Government Telephone's team against White Rose, in the op- ening game of tho Winnipeg Cricket association schedule, took six wickets in sil consecu- tive balls, taking the seventh two balls later, and capturing 9 wlofcets for 13 runs In the match. UPSET ALL IMPOSSIBLE TO FIGURE OUT PEN- NANT WINNERS IN BIG LEAGUES (By Hugh The major league baseball season is a long time getting settled. The dope is turning flip flops, batters who-never could hit .are way up, teams that are notoriously weak at hat are near, the' top, strong base, running teams .are far down the list, weak lislding teams are among the leaders in fielding. There is Pat Moran's Phillies, who have been leading practically all year last in fielding.and next to last m batting and. base running which shows pretty conclusively that pitch- ing alone has kept them up race BASEBALL NATIONAL W. L.Tct. Philadelphia 25 19 .SC8 Chicago 31 19 .568 Brooklyn 23 21 .523 Boston 22 21 .512 Pittsburg St. Louis New York Cincinnati INTERNATIONAL W. L. Pet. Buffalo 18 12 .600 Richmond 19 16 .543 Providence 17 15 .531 Rochester 18 IB .529 Montreal 19 18 .514 Toronto 17 10 .172 Newark H 19 Jersey City 14 21 .400 Montreal 21 22 .488 22 24 .478 j Rochester 17 31 .147 Buffalo 6 Toronto 17 24 .41; New York.............................10 14 4 St. Louis............................. 11 15 4 Perrifrt, Stroml and -Meyers and Smith Meadows, Neihau's, Perdue, Sallce and Suyder. Brooklyn 5 -11 2 Cincinnati 1 73 Pfeffcr and McCarthy; Douglass, Toney and Clarke. Boston 381 Pittsburg.............................. 7 .9 1 Tyler, Crutcher, Hess and -Whaiing and Gowdy Mamaux and Gibson. Philadelphia......................... 4 10 P Chicago 3 9 U Alexander "and Killiier Cheney and- Bresnahan: AMERICAN W. L. Pet. Chicago........................... 30 17 -.633 Detroit 31 '18 .633 Boston ...........................22 17. .564 Washington......................20 20 New York...................... 20' 22 Plevcland........................ 19 8-i St. Louis 18 27 Philadelphia 16 31 .500 .476 .443 Jersey City Newark 'Providence 2 Richmond B 3 AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 11 Cleveland 12 -Kansas City Columbus St. Paul Indianapolis Milwaukee Louisville NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 7 "Ahenleen 1 Spokane Victoria U A. H. McKeown, one of those terested in the formation of a home guard in Lethbridge, has written the following letter to Major-Gencral Sam Hughes, minister of militia, asking-.for recognition of the corps here. He expects a icply shortly. Others interested in .the organization of the guard here are Major Burnett, Dr. Lovering and other former mili- tary, men I have been requested by a large number of old service men like my- self, and citizens of Lethbridge, to take the above matter up with you with1 the object of forming a body of Home Guards with'the proper sta- s. I will endeavor to explain our posi- tion here. We are close to the bor- der pf the United States, and have a large "number of citizens of the ene- mies' countries who are employed in our- mines also have a many interned prisoners and since the departure of our troops from this vicinity, with only the guards left, and the Royal North-West Mounted Police having so much on their hands at the present time, it seems to us NORTHERN Cleveland Philadelphia .310 8 2 Mitchell and O'Neill.; Bush, Wyck- ofi and.Lapp and Schang. in the The Chicago -White Sox, the alien- ed "hitless second in bat- ting and Washington, which we fear- ed lacked the fielding steadiness to win, leading the American league m fielding, and the Yankees, who looked St." Louis Washington Wellman, Ferryman Shaw and Henry. Chicago iperior......... Virginia First Fargo Grand Forks Second game- Fargo Grand Forks and 'Fort William .13 New -0- 18 2 Cicotte and Schalk and. Paly Mc- Hale, Oottrcll and Sweeney. Detroit..................................15 Boston 0 Dausg, Steen and Baker Collins Pennock and Carrigan. FEDERAL good in fielding, in base running and in pitching, hitting within a few points of the alleged slugging; clubs, '.Pittsburg and the Athletics, supposed to be Brooklyn crippled in batting strength, ranking Newark third. Imagine Pittsburgh's, Federals lead- Kansas City 28 28 25 W.- L. .Pet. ing their league in fielding And the Orioles, down in last .place and still third. in batting- From the 'dope of 'the first and a hall of, the season it is evident Chicago St. Louis Baltimore Buffalo Newark Brooklyn Moran, Buffalo Baltimore............................. there are' be some startlins i changes in'the standing of the clubs Scatcm antl Ilatt- if weather ever settled down to The clubs are. not going on form as yet. Chicago's Cubs have surprised themselves: The team is hitting some 15 points above its real gmit; aiid the. piicheK are going St. Louis stronger than they'will later Kansas City New York is just starting and is _Crandall and Hartley .598 .568 .543 .535 .522 488 .386 .362 7 5 .and Kariden 10 .19 21 23 20 24- 22 21 22 27 30 17 17' 17 7 _ Ford, and: Blair Suggs and Jack- litscli.' showing a lot of improvement which ought to continue when the cripples ret back into the line-up. The Boston Braves have suffered a lot through the absence of Evers. With Evers there the team probably would even now be out in front In the American league Detroit's bid seems'real. The team is playing a lot of baseball, and getting fair pitching. While the White Sox now are regarded at the Boston lied Sox most dangerous competitor the Chi- cago bunch has been winning on won- derful pitching rather than on good ball and, if this continues, Detroit's hitting power will tetl Ked Sox are awakening to the fact' that they will hate to hustle to get by with the pennant. The has bMn very slow getting going and all has not been harmonious. 'Gard- ner's illness has been a heavy handi- cap 4 The Yankees have kept hustling, but hare revealed weak In fielding and evidently still lack the hitting putob to caiiy them Easterly. Henning and 1 Boniface, postponed, WILL BE THE FIRST BOUT UN- DER TOE NEW BOXING BILL IN MINNESOTA Chicago, June is quite likely, according to information received here, that the first, big bout under legalized boxing in Minnesota will be staged next month with Mike Gib- bons and Jimmy-Clabby as-the prin- cipals. Promoters of three cities, St. Paul, Minneapolis and 'Duluth are angling for ,the match, according to Larney Lichtenstein, manager, of the Hammond scrapper. Lichtenstein practically has clinched a match for his protege Joe :Welling with .Ad. Wolgast and the bout will be held in Benton Harbor or Kenqsha. Willie Ritchie, former lightweight champion, resumed his trip westward yesterday, but before departing iiouuced that there would not! be any- thing doing in the way of a match with Charley White at Milwaukee as planned by. Promoter Tom Andrews. Ritchie notified Andrews that he did not care to fight during the hot 'wea- ther It is not likely that the Cali- 'ornian will make any more noise un- til next falK that it is imperative that we should do our part for the protection and as every niove -of the enemies' sym- pathizers seems to be 'different, we 'never know what the next move will -be. The 0.- C: of the Royal North-West Mounted Police is heartily in accord with the move and we have at least one hundred trained men will to do their duty providing we have your authority and assistance in the matn ter, and it would be necessary to make us a responsible body. The citizens and press realize the nf tins Ktpn owing our geographical situation. Your early reply will greatly oblige, Your obedient servant, A. H. McKEOWN. CORNER LOTTERS PLAY BALL A junior basebaM game was played on a corner lot off Westminster road ast night -by the Wigginers and Northern Lighti. The latter won by a score or 44 to 7. 8. Vere .umpired he game, and got safely away with his IjtV _ LOOK HERE FOOTBALL GAME 'TONIGHT The North' Lethbridge United play a City league rtitch at he Athletic" toniiht. A doM and Ilvelyg'lime Is eipectid. Don't miss it CYCLEJLUB HEBE A Motorcycle Club is in the em- bryo stage in Lethbridge and within a week an organization wu. be per- fected. Vincent Parks, Fred Downer, jr., and C. E. MacDonald, the local agent for the Indian motorcycle, are the promoters of the they expect to start with a membership roll of'fifteen. It is the. purpose of the club to hold meets and country rune in connection with other Motor- cycle clubs of the province.< It is reckoned that there are in the .of' fifty motorcyclists in the city and vicinity and there is no .reason why the club should not be.a success Irpm the start. Motorcycles are becoming as pop- ular as Ford autos and that is going some. In the past three months there have been more motorcycles bought around -here than in the same num- ber of years since motorcycles have been brought to any stage of perfec- tion. A meeting to organize the Leth-. bridge club will be held in a few days. I The date will be announced in these' columns. MAY OET CLUI Superior. WIs., June b.r the apparent lack of local interest In baseball, Owner A. L. Steece an- nounced that he Is considering the transfer of the Superior Northern lea- gue team to Brandon. The Commercial club then offered bonus. FORMER OOVT. MAN OUILTV OF SEDITION Calgary, Alta., June Trttlnor, a former employee the Al- berti government telephones, was found tulltr by a jury before Mr. Jus- tlct aimmons, this morning, of .utter- ing hunuaje at AUCTION SALE AT McKILlOP'S" OLD STAND, THIRD AVENUE SOUTH, ON SATURDAY' NEXT 'AT. 2.30 AND 7 O'CLOCK. FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored by H. A. McKillop with to Mil by PUBLIC- AUCTION and Absolutely Without Reserve on the premises above, the Surplus Stock of High Class GLASS WARE CHINA AND CROCKERY and Tea Sets Irrtiio Standard Patterns and Designs; Willow Pattern Dishes and Dessert Services; Berry. Sets; Fancy China in large Quantities; of every description; Cups and Saucers in great variety; Hani Painted Vases; Glass Berry Bowls; Glass Jugs; Tumblers; gar Cruets; Sauce Bottles; Salt and Pepper Shakers; Toilet Sets; and a quantity, fine- quality White Wear, suitable for Hotel; Camp or. Kitchen, ware. This splendid stock .will .be on view at: the place of sale om Friday Afternoon from 3 till 6, ami the public are cordially to call and inspect-the numerous items. Parties having incomplete sets have an. excellent opportunity of making1 up their shortages at this auction. Mr. McKillop hai handed over to the'Auctioneer 97-PIECE SERVICE which will be drawn for at the evening tale, .Every purchAMr entitled to a chance. "Every Item of this atock to Wad- dington. "I will do It with my little to 'McKtllop. AUCTION SALE of Furniture, Horses, and Harness in K. of P. Hall Store, 427 5th Street South, next to Market Building, Saturday, June 12th, at 2 O'clock Sharp. j Consisting 'of the of every size; Kitchen Cupr boards; Chiffonier; Buffet; Dressers; Centre Tables; Chain; Writing Dstki; Pictures; Reclining Chairs; Kitchen Chairs; pining Room -Chairs; Extension Tibiae; 3 Coot Ranges; Oaa Stoves; Coal Oil Stoves; Sewing Baddlac; Dishes; Cooking Utensils; Step Ladders; Extension Car- penter Tools; Ropee; Palnta, etc. V SPECIAU HORSE SALE ON NIXT LOT TO K. OF P. STORE 1 Heavy Draft Team, weight 2800 pounds; 1 Bar 1400 1 Single Driver, weight 1000 pounds; 1 Otitntf Wagon; 1 Top Sets of NO RESERVE GUS NEIDIQ, AUCTIONEER TERMS l j ;