Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, June THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD S-P-0-R-T-S LACROSSE MEETING AT TABER Southern Division Organized Last Night Dr. Leech Chosen President Lethbridge, Taber and Medicine Hat in it-Schedule Drafted The Southern Division of the Pro- Tincial Lacrosse League met at Taber last evening. All' clubs of the divi- sion were represented. Dr. S. W. Leech, Taber, was elected president and- secretary The executive chosen were Messrs. Leech, Taber; Hatcher, Medicine Hat; and McNabiv Lethbridge. It was mutually agreed that the schedule be opened with ten men to a team but that the number may be increased'' during the season at the discretion of the executive. The grounds to-be shortened making qnly 100 yards" between goals. It was decided 'that each team on, league, scheduled trips wauld pay the' expenses of travelling, the home team to keep the procedy of the game. A marked cheque for must be in the hands of the executive: secretary at least 'one. week before thai date of the opening game as a forfeit in case of default. Such cheque; :ib: rbe is- sued by each team. Both a judge of play and'a; referee shall officiate during league matches the visiting team to provide judge of play and pay his travelling expenses. Schedule July Hat at Taber. July, at Lethbridge. July at Medicine RAIN STOPPED FOOTBALL GAME A wet bunch of football fans went home from the wNoulti-bc game be- tween the Sons of England and Over- seas last evening, and altnough wet they were glad that it rained. The game started late, and shortly after the first half the much-expected rain started, and it was called oft. Heathfield managed to put one over on the worthy Overseas and if the rain had not set in they would, perhaps, have been beaten. What was played was well played and the "Seas" are pleased with the worthy Sons. Hat. August at" Medicine, Hat. August Hat at, Leth- bridge. August at Taber. MUSCATO WON THE ASCOT CUP Western Canada League Games June Bronchos fairly, walked all over the Maroons in ton-Ight'-s -game, and by the way, forc- ed them to exchange positions in the league race. Yesterday Calgary occu- pied' place, while Winnipeg stood a notch above. Today the po- sitions are'reversed. The ground was muddy and the Bronchoa showed plainly they are bet- ter mud. horses than the Maroons. The' score was 18-2 .when the end of the onesided swatfest came to a fin- ish. It was an awful score, the biggest that has been seen on the local ball lot this season, tout the game "was wonderfully free from errors and the fans enjoyed the encounter, although it. was a little- too much one-sided to arouse much enthusiasm. Manning pitcned class ball for the'winners. For five whole innings the men from-.the Peg, meandered along without getting a single soli- tary bingle that could go for a hit. Then, -in th> last four periods, after qur boys .were, .twelve runs to the good. .he. let .dawn a bit and they ac- cumylated.thr.ee '.kits. But they were scattered, not more than one clout in. any-one inning. Syfert, on the opposite firing line, was certainly, no puzzle. The score: 100 000 232 Calgary J. 400 440 19 2 Summary- Home runs, Wilson and twojb-ase hit, Flannigan: three-base hits, Chick. O'Brien-, and Freer; sacrifice hits. Krueger, David- son r stolen Ki White; first base on off Syfert 6, off Manning 2; left on bases, Cal- j gary 10, Winnipeg 6; struck out, by Manning 7, -by Syfert 1; double play, Morgan to Duggan; wild pitch, Sy- fert: hit by pitched balls, -Moran, Flannigan; ti me2.00; umpires Barn- stead and Glass; attendance 500. SASKATOON TOOK THIER USUAL WALLOPPING Moose Jaw, July play was a better quality than 'Monday's, but the Robins again got' an early start, held it, and the game was con- sequently without the thrill that dis- tinguished the first game of the ser- ies, not that "it-Tv-as for a single mo- ment devoid of interest pitched for the Robins, and. while oc- casionally a little 'wild, he showed good control, and until the fifth it looked like a shut-out, and even then it was not until, the eighth "that he passed Gragion, -his only slip. The Robins had on their batting clothes, and everybody got a hit and every- body got a run. The weakness of Saskatoon was evident, for the big southpaw was not in form., and there was evidently no The crowd had fun baiting Letcher during Ms round in the bos, but in truth Letcher is play- ing the game of his Ufe, both in the field and at bat, and when put in the box nobody got a mnvand -while Har- per walked, was the only one to hit him. The score: Saskatoon .000 100 041-- 6 S. 2 Moose Jaw 313 060 l? 3 Pennybaker, Letcher and -Carney; McQuary and Ascot Heath, England, June The feature of racing today was for the Ascot Hunting Cup, a handicap of sovereigns, seven, furlongs and 166 yards, won toy W. 'M. G. Sing- er's Moscato, seven stone 1 pound, 100 to 6; Sol Joel's Longset. 6 st. 12 lb., 33 to 1, was second, and J. E. Joel's Spanish Prince, 8 st. 8 lb., C to 1, third. Lord Derby followed up his success of yesterday with Sted- fast in the Prince of Wales Stakes, by carrying off the Ascot Derby Stakes, sovereigns, one mile and a half., with King William, who started second favorite at 2 to 1. Mr. Fairie's Phryxus, 11 to 10, was sec- ond, and Sir Ernest Cassel's Porphrio, S to 1, third. CANADA SATISFIED WITH PRESENT PRIVY COUNCIL Views Expressed on Pro- posed Imperial Court of Appeal Zealand maintaining that no such court would be satisfac- tory unless it included representa- tives of the overseas dominions. Hon. Edgerton- Uachelor, Minister of State for External Affairs'of the London, June the conclu-1 commonwealth, spoke of the present sion of yesterday's session of the Im- ft' THE BLUE STORE Will be closed to-morrow. Don't fail to read page 5 to-morrow S14 Our Phone No. 514 Salespeople wanted-call to-morrow on cases affecting his own dominion, domin- pcrial Conference Premier Ward, of New Zealand, moved a resolution to the effect that there should be more, uniformity throughout the centers andj Kinsdom. dependencies of the empire in the i inSs wcre of accident compensation. He said it was: desirable that the principle somc considered anomalous position whereby tnc but on appeals from all thc Privy Council took appeals from j jons overseas courts and the House of said that in view of Lords took appeals from the United !thc of law prevail- Council find- ing in Canada they would prefer to Standing of Clubs Today V WESTERN CANADA Moose Jaw 23 11 Edmonton....... 22 11 Calgary. IS 12 ERRORS BEAT BRANDON I j Edmonton, June by [Brandon were responsible for their defeat by Edmonton tonight, the score -being S to 6.: Had it not been for several wild Schaetfer LETHBRIDGE KNIGHTS RETAIN THE CUP C. F. P. 'Conybeare with the Leth- bridge caravan of the Knights -of Pythias, returned from Grand Lodge at Claresholm in their special car this afternoon, and brought with them the honors of the meet. All. through the proceedings the Leth- brulge Knights were very much in evidence: and last night their ritual team carried oft the high honors .of the lodge by defeating Claresholm in. the ritual-competition. The competi-, tion is held annually and the compe- tition is for the possession of a chal: lenge cup donated by Mr. Mclnnis, of Edmonton, when he was Grand Chancellor some years ago. Last year, the Lethbridge teani won it from Cal- gary and were again successful in de- fending it for the year last night. During the evening a grand D-O-K- K. parade was held at 7.30 and .the celebration took' the town by storm; Fifteen tyros walked the burning sands closely guarded by the war- riors of the tribe and were after ini- tiated into the mysteries, of the Dra- matic Order of the Knights of Khor- payment by the enrployer of compete sation for injury sustained by em- ployees of work should be uniformly enciorsed throughout the empire. lit. Winston Churchill said the home government would net ob- ject, at all to the prouosals that there should be more uniformity, the .Unit- ed Kingdom being already at the head of the line on this subject. Sir "Wilfrid Laurier saitl he had no objections to the resolution, but pointed out as regards Canada it ,vas a matter for the different prov- inces. Mix Bachelor, while agreeing to the The Privy those of a Doara rauicr the existing systems. Hon. than a court. Premier Asquitli said j F s said Sputll Africa not send a. resident judge. Premier others an that advantage. a drawback, One never whether: the privy council was unanimous or not. Asquith said he would much prefer the suggestion that cases from a par- ticular dominion should be fixed to Lord Loreburn, Lord Chancellor, ex' heard at a time to suit the con- venience of tlie judge from that do- minion. He thought this would sub- plained at length the nature of present jurisdiction. Whatever of final court of appeal was desired stantially meet Sir Joseph Ward's by the overseas dominions His Maj- view that when cases from a particu- esty's government would wish to give! lar dominion came on it would' be an effect to it as far as was possible. His j advantage to have a local judge pass. own idea was that they should add j The government would be to jto the highest court of appeals both j for United Kingdom and the col- onies by selecting two English judges of the best quality that a quorum be fixed at say five, and that the court Imperfect Kidney Actioi Closes Rheumatism Rheumatism with its kindred ailowatf Wry Neck, Neuralgia, etc., usually results from lodgments of uric acid in the joints and muscles. i: Now the chief function of the is to properly filter this poison from the blood. Only when they tail to do this li Rheumatism probable. 'V Kidney weakness itarts in ways. A sudden chill, after perspiring freely, sometimes settles in the kidiKys an unusual strain may cause it-'' Poisons which should be filtered out pf the system are pumped back into the blood, causing Uric Acid, the real cauM of Rheumatism, Lumbago, Wry Nick, Neuralgia, etc. In the early Stone Root meet that view as far as possible, Two Courts of Appeal Lord Loreburn said that as he un- should sit in the I general proposition, said that it was a.matter -within the province of the various states. Premier Botha, of South Africa, said that the Dominion had already'the same court in'its full strength tried to get a uniform law, but had i for both classes of appeals. Sir Ward said he and his of .Lords Kingdom ap- peals and the privy council for ap- peals.from the Dominions., In that way they would have substantially succeeded. Deportation of Undesirables Hon. Mr. Churchill theri proposed that it 'be granted that where aliens are' deported under the Jaw of any dominion to any part of the United it is desirable that some system be devised whereby the Do- irinion may effectively co-operate in the measures necessary to the United Kingdom for the final dispos- colleagues would .have no objection to Canadian or South African judges sitting in New Zealand, but, it would hardly be practicable for New Zea- land judges to come over to deal on- ly with New.-Zealand cases. Canada Satisfied Hon. L. P. Brodeur said in Canada they had .well satisfied general agreement that .there should be for the whole British Empire one final court of appeals in two- divi- sions, one for the- United Kingdom consisting of the same persons now entitled to sit, and another for the overseas dominions, consisting of persons now entitled to sit on the judicial committee with such further additions as might be agreed upon and to be further strengthened by two 'English judges. Premier Fisher thereupon with- drew his resolution and substituted one to the effect that the conference recommend that the proposal of the government be embodied in a com- munication to be sent to the domin- al of such aliens. He said that the i before the privy council. In view with the existing-system of appeals j i0ns as.- early as possible. The sub- hohic office" had alreariv bad an unof- of the dispositions of the British ficial working .arrangement i-.ifli j North America Act and of the dii- Sonth Africa, but wanted some meth- ferent. periods- and'practices of the by which, when a cio- various provinces, it would be some- minion, deported an undesirable alien, j what-difficult to mate, a change. Ev- to a port in the United-Kingdom full j eryone who had practiced before the notice be given to the home govern- j judicial .committee, must be impress- ment to make the necessary steps to deal with -the matter. ed with the great breadth of mind prevailing amongst its members. Not stituted resolution was then unani- mously agreed to. Sir Frederick Borden has been in- disposed for a fortnight, but was able to attend the conference yester- day. Sir Wilfrid Laurier attended, though against medical advice. He is suffering from neuralgia and throat trouble. Premier Botha saJd'they recognized only might a. change be objected to desirability of the United King-j by some of the provinces, but it dom not being permanently saddled' would be a reflection on the present v.-ith the'-off-scourings of the Europe- j which had given satisfaction. an population and were willing to co- operate in any .scheme which would :iueet the object in. view. Mr. Bache- lor suggested that the resolution be niade reciprocal, whereupon it would fee agreed to be amended, however, to read, 'Where aliens are Brandon Saskatoon 20 14 26 24 NATIONAL Chicago 32 IS New York 32' 19 Philadelphia 31 21 .596 Pittsburg 23 .22 560 St. Louis 27 23 .040 Cincinnati... ..23 28 .451 Brooklyn 18 32 .360 Boston. 12 40 .231 AMERICAN Detroit 37 15 .712 Philadelphia.'.. 31 17 .646 Boston 26 22 .542 Chicago 2-i 21 .533 New York 25 22 .532 Cleveland 20 32 .385 Washington...... 17 33 .340 St. Louis 16 35 .314 and Holmes being the' worst offend- erS> tbe Ansels stocd a chance of 600 OUL Ryajl started out in the !o8S i box for Brandon, but was replaced by .235 Smitil in the fifth after a disastrous- spasm in the fourth when Edmonton got three runs. Smith pitched fairly W6l! after the sixth' when he bad '627'p00r support, with the result that PRESBYTERIANS MAKE IMPORTANT CHANGES Ottawa, June resignation: of Rev. E D. McLaren, as general secretary of the Presbyterian Home Missions, has resulted in a re-ar- rangement and strengthening of the officers, by the "assembly. Dr-. Mc- Laren, when he tendered his resigna- tion, stated that it was due to the, nervous strain on account of the amount of work the position entail- Attorney-General' Findlay of New Zealand, said the presence of a resi- dent colonial judge would obviate the necessity of sending over at great expense counsel from, for instance, New Zealand to see that the privy council instructed, on the pecu- liar features of New Zealand law.- In any. fair conception of the burdens of Empire court of appeals', the domin- ions would no doubt willingly as- court it was resolved that it was j sume the salary of one of their own desirable that -Tune 3, the birthday judges: attached to the court. of King-'George in each succeeding Premier Morris said very few ap- deported an- other." The King's Birthday On motion of Rt. Hon. Lewis Har- VISITORS WILL SEE SIGHTS TOMORROW year should be duly honored and cele- that would effect to four more were scored. Whisman ed- The committee accordingly recom started out for Edmonton, but was replaced :by Dickinson 'in the fourth. mended a radical-change, and thc-as-r sembly approved. Rev. A. S. Grant, brated. throughout the empire, and j they were generally satisfied with the present If there was, however, a desire for a change on the part of the dominions who were more largely concerned in the wor-lc of the judicial committee lie 'would not feel himself justified "in voting against the such, jneasures be taken be necessary Lu give fu this, resolution. An Imperial Court of Apptal The official report of Monday's ses- sion of the Imperial Conference when :posed Imperial Court of Appeal, has now -been, published; Two resolutions dealing uith the matter which was brought forward by Australia and Netf Zealand, the former urging that the present powers of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council be invested in such an Imperial Court of The program of the convention of the Western Canada Associated Boards of Trade for tomorrow will be: 9.30 Sessions. 12.30 Leave for Whitney's for lunch where J. S. Dennis of the G.P.R. will -deliver a lecture 2.15 Whitney's farm for sight-seeing trip, taking in the Exper- imental farm, some irrigated farms and the coal minee. Smoker at the Chinook Club. Automobiles for the slght-seeicg trip will be supplied by Lethhrldge- Weyburn Realty Co., F.- S. Mason Land Co., W, A.- Blenner-Baseett, Mr. i ler, H. J.- H. Sksith, Dowsley-Mulhern' Land Co., C.-'R. John Tayloiv Hyde Saunders, F.- A Maiw-ell, Dr. Husk, and will assemble' at-- the T. M.- C. A. at 12 o'clock sharp.- The party will proceed to Whitney's farip where tion to each dominion having a rep- I Whitney has kindly consented to peals came from Newfoundland discussion took place on the pro-i resolution: There could be no objec- start your kidneys working prop- erly so that the Uric Acid and Away goes your Rheumatism with. it. Perhaps these early warning twinges have passed unheeded, and y.our Rheu- matism has become deep seated. Muscles all snarled up in knots M it were. Then you'll need Nyal's Rheumatli) Cure. Ask your own druggist about remedies. His opinion 19 worth while. and guaranteed by ALBERTA DRUG BOOK CO, J. P. HIGINiOTHAU A CO. JACKSON A COPE W. P. J. ALEXANDER LETHftRIDGE START uwe TO PCACC Winnipeg-, June 14 -The Peace er country will soon ham for yesterday the C. NL JL. ttarted work on construction: of thek line' Into this. new section of 'the'" West Thiar line -will extend northweat of Plains, at present the Weatmca. us of the C. N. R. GOT A CERTIFICATE At the recent examination herd at Fernie B. C., for mine managers, iMr.. A. W. Baxter, of this cityr was succosa- in gaining a first class "mine- man- ager's certificate for B. C. NEARLY BLEW TOP OF HEAD OFF Fort Wflllam, June tow, aged 45, the Asfryrian residents1 df this cll probably fatally injured tUtf attempting to get a picture n operation. gM ex- ploded almoBt iblowinv- top A head off. He WM talMb W pl'tal where little hie resentati-Te on a permanent court of appeals. Premier Asquith asked whether the other dominions would approve of Sir Joseph Ward's suggestion that f put his lawn 'at service for an open-air'lunch, and the afternoon'and evening will -be spent- sn; eater-talning the v'sklng Quebec. "La Likezsl organ, each dominion should appoint a resi-jis opposed to a dissolution of Parlia- dent judge -vho sit not only ment just yet. Rather than pwidh a- efy City Engineer AntoniMD of For-t- Ar-tiiur.- bos resigned. !f I Hail I'd wash it eway with Gist soothing D. ReJftf of skin. complexion as nothing elae dfc' Yes, if I mad any Knd of bte TD S. D, D. Write the D. D. D. Dept L H., 49 St, TLniCnto, and will sand a trial- fct-- tie free. Jacksoa k Cope, local i Snapper Garrison, a local 'man, ofS- ciated satisfactorily to both teams. The score: Edmonton 100 340 6 2 Brandon 002 101 9 6 EASTERN Won Lost Rochester Baltimore Toronto Buffalo' Montreal Jersey City Providence Newark 32 28 27 22 21 38 15 13 .14 19 20 19 22 23 30 30 P. C. .696 .596 .574 .537 .488 .452 .333 .302 No official umpire again tonight, and j of Toronto, was appointed general su perjntondent of missions, the assem- bly thus reverting to the position held by the late Dr. Robertson. He will be paid a salary ji year, and will also have a secretary to he appointed by the Home Mission committee. Rev. Dr. Carmichael, Win nipeg, will continue superintendent for Manitoba and Saskatchewan, but his salary has been increased to 500 a year, and the was OPERA COMPANY ISSUES CHALLENGE TO LOCAL BALL TEAM SCENE FROM THE WINNING MISS AT MAJESTIC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CANADIAN LEAGUE Won Lost Berlin 14 6 Hamilton 13 8' Guelph 11 10 Brantf'bfd' 10 12 St. Tbomae S 13 London 8 '15 P. C. .700 .619 -.524 .45'5 381 .348 Spokane NORTHWESTERN Won Lost 37 16 36 19 Vancouver-... 32 22 Seattle ;42 30 Portland '..v ..SI 31 Victoria n 41 P. C: .698 "The Winning Miss" Opera Com- pany which appears at the Majestic. Friday and Saturday, have a ball team by heck, and have issued a challenge to any of the city league teams for a game Friday afternoon. also empowered to appoint aiv assist- ant for him. ENGLISH CRICKET London, June games concluded today resulted as follows: Northamptonshire beat Sussex >by an and 107 runs. Hampshire beat Gloucestershire by an Winnings and nine. -Lancashire beat Wor- cestershire by 372 runs. Drury -beat Dorohestershire ;by an innings 337 runs. Cambridge beat the Indians by an innings and 21 runs. DEGREES FOR PREMIERS. Cambridge, England, June orary degrees were conferred upon Premier' Morris' of Newfoundland', Pre- mier Boilia, of South Africa, and Pre- mier Ward of New Zealand here to- day. EX-REEVE ARRESTED FOR PERJURY Colborne, June Hicks, ox-reeve of Colborne and chief wit- ness in the Matthews murder trial and i last April, was arrested today charg- ed with perjury. Kicks'swore he saw Josie Brlmacomb alive at nine o'clock on the night of the murder, although oe Toronto team Is giving I the other evidence tended to. show Roc'ne9ter a flne wrestle for the., hon- j that the woman was killed ftt eight ore in the Eastern league, o'clock.