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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE L E T H B RID AIL Y HER P TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1911 Meadow-brook Club, Westbury, L.I.., the two tram. was: ou the tienl. Subs.. C. Humsey, .Malcolm Steven- son, H. C. Philips. Field O. K. brisk wind indicated that the field would be dry and fast by game time, AMERICAN POLO .TEAM 30 o'clock. I CHANGES The brilliant society crowd j Xew York, Jime l to- todav's contest. Thous- i rlid. Devereaux Lethbridge Ball Team Defeated at Bow Island Yesterday-Had Weak Line Up LINE-UP fo- todav s Thous- i rail. Devereaux Milburn Motor cars made their way j positions in the .morning over the i compared To W I back. There were no other change ,oor snowing. lhe Canadian Oarsmen at Henley Make Impression; Barry Helps Dibble Henley-on-Thames.England, June la. Winnipeg eight have arrived at Henley from'London, where they hatl given "their new boat a brief trial oa Putney Reach. They made a favor- able impression on their first p'earance on the regatta course, form they displayed in their world's champion, and is showing par- ticularly good form. The initial row indicated oarsmanship of very useful fluality. In a hard five-minute THINK WELL OF DIBBLE Henley-on-Thames, England, June 8_The Winnipeg crew were rather late in getting afloat yesterday, owing an accidental tear in the boat's ta.ivas. -which Sat Scoles, Dibble's trainer, repaired. Showing consist: ncpfiil nualitr In a nara trainer, icyauc-u- thirtv strokes to the minute enl the crew did useful work of Sly rowed a" long and lively stroke, detail character, aud were well to- arid the crav, in the words or an Eng- lish lowing expert, "are. likely to prove "a useful lot." This'morning they put in hour's routine work with a gether in a trial over the first ha.lf of the regatta course, which they cov- ered in three minutes and thirty-nine :hlcaso 'H 0 Boston.. 5 S' I Cheney and BreBiiahan; Hess, Rud- olph aud Gowd.v. The Lethbridse ball dub went to How Island yesterday with a crippled line-up, and the inevitable happened. They were cleaned, 13 to 1. The regular team could not be mustered for the trip, it being impos- sible for some of the boys to leave their -work. The team was composed as foKows: Davis, c.: Muuroe, p.: Wray, 1st b.; Oorril "nd b.: Campbell, 3rd b.; Evans, s.s.: Gillis, l.f.: Dixon, c.f.; Russell and McPhee.-r.f. Mimroe pitched a fair article of ball for Lethbridge, but was not accorded the support necessary to hold the Is- landers. He allowed approximately eight clean hits. Frink pitched stellar ball for Bow Island, aud let Lethbridge down with about five swats. He got -excellent support at short from Godfrey. Bow Island established an early lead, getting two in the first and six In the third. Lethbridge fell down m "Three-Finger" Brown has at last their defence about every other inn-1 got back to ,he Iam, town that he Cincinnati-Brooklyn: No game, wet rounds. St. Louis-Philadelphia: U'ct grounds. AMERICAN Washington li 10 2 7 10 1 Boehling, Eugle, Collainore, Shaw and Henry; Steen, -Mitchell and O'- Neill. Davies scored the lone tally secured by Lethbridge in the second inning. the- regular Lethbridge pitch, or was stationed at the keystone sack. He was saved for the game here tomorrow night with Macleod. started his major league career Fonl ana Blal The Chicago Nationals exchanged Eleven jnniugs. Jack Taylor, a pitcher, for him. Tay- lor was all in, while Brown's fame good l IMPORTANT POINTS IN A POLO MATCH was in front As the leader of the St. Louis Feds he has the fans with him, as they have rather soured on the Car- dinate and Browns, and the poor I class cf ball they have played in re- cent years. creiv were aEloat this I match is divided into 8 periods, and after a stnms paddle to or cnutkers, oi 7i minutes each. siting point, did a fine ;i( the and gymnastic tne a-. in which they indulged on the voy- age over to keep them in condition, had the desired effect. Dibble, the Toronto sculler, is prac- tising daily, coached half" of the course, which they covered in 3min. 40sec. Djhble. with Barry In attendance, is scuiling well and rowing men speak The play stops, only nly when ijie The pay so, goes out of bounds, behind 'the goal l NATIONAL Pittsburg................ 381 Now York............... 3 C 3 Adams aud Gibson; Marquard and Meyers. Mew York.............. 1 6 Detroit................ 4 10 Warhop, Keating aud Sweeney; BoeMer aud Stallage. Wyckoff aud Lapp; Beuz, Cicotte, Jasper aud Mayers. Boston................ 2 S 2 St. Louis............... 0 3 2 Wood and Cady; Leverenz, James and Leary. FEDERAL Pittsburg.............. 4 11 2 Indianapolis............ S 10 Knetzer and Berry, Roberts; Kais- erling and Rariden. .Buffalo St. Louis Ford aw 450 2 12 2 Blair, Crandall and Simon. Chicago............ s Smith and Russell; McGuire and Wilson. Brooklyn-Kansas City: Rain. i FOOTBALL, BAS.EBALL AND Tabulated Score and "Notes Letffifidge-pacleod Match Played Here Saturday Afternoon I field of members li Lethbridgs Dr. E. G. Simnionds, run out N. H. McClinton, st Mole, b non Hi'McIlvena, by Dann...... J. R. Palmer, by Dann F. Basson, by Dann......... A. J. Biacliburne, c Bennett, .Matthens................. .1 Davies, not H W. Turner, c Gillespie, b Vernon. J. Skeltun, b Byes......-.............. Totai (for S J. Harris and J. X. Lee did not bat. Macleod W. Mole, c Basson, b McClinton.. 4' JI. V. Vernon. b Mcllvena...... R; G.'Matthews, b Davies' F. Yv. B. George, not out...... E. C. Lewis, c Lee, b McClinton T-. Gillespie, i) McClinton..... N. Napper, b McCliaton...... A! X. Allen, b McCllntou..... t. Dann, c Lee, b McClinton N. Bennett, not out Byes.................. have been month dabbling in "oil." Their fielding on Saturday proved they had not much, "left on their hands." That (he Macieod captain under- stands the game from A to Z there Is no doubt, when he instructed his men to "stone-wall" the bowling of McClinton and .Mcllvena. McClinton not only led his team towards victory by his splendid bat- ting, but sorely puzxle'i the visiting team by bis consistent bowling. F. W. B. George of Macleod saved his team from defeat by his useful 41 i innings, and also won the name of S sportsman" when he urged his 1 captain to send in the batsmen with- out delay, giving the locals a good line or by hitting 'the boards. Time I out is deducted. A deciding period is plsved in case of a tic. Between period there is a 3-minute interval for changing ponies except at halt' time when there is a1 7-minute interval. Captains toss for ends at start of game, then ends change alter each i goal. _ i'oal counts one point. A .foul count's minus 1-2. A safety (hitting behind own soal, accidentally; or to save opponent's making goal) counts minus i-4. Foals are called for crossing an opponent at a dangerous angle for CROSSE CLUB PREPARES TO CAMP Fernis, B.C., June game of football between ;.Coal Creek and Fernie, held at the football grounds on Saturday evening, resulted in 3 to 2 in favor of'Coal Creek. The game the was the hardest fought one of match between tho Coal Co.'s team aud the Scouts re- sulted in a score cuMJ to 6 in favor o.t the Coal Co. Batteries: Coal Co.; in front oi another player a gallop: ior humping at an dangerous to player or paiy dangerous horse- or ior careless or manshiu. The hall is of bamboo or English willow root, uncovered except ior white paint, 31 inches in diameter and'not over 5 ounces in weight. The match commences throws the ball between WESTERN CANADA This Is Awful Edmonton, Alta., June two Kierd contests Regina proved victor ious. The first game took three hours i to play and six pitchers were used. Afternoon game: Regina Edmonton..............15 15 10 Bottoroff. Reese, Ryan and Sinitett; Russell, Kraft and Lcmleax. Evening game: i" 11 t 1f d Edmonton.............. Bottoroff and Sinnett; Spaulding Todhunter and Hovan; Scouts, Hoff- man, MacdougaH and Dunlop. Medicine Hat The lacrosse match between Fernie .jaw and Coal Creek resulted In a draw. The Fcrnio Alpine club held their Stallcop and Medicine Hat Goes Up Moose Jaw, Sask., June de featilig the Jlille'rs twice, the Mad Hatters went into second place in th league tab'le. The visitors outplayei the locals at all stages. Daniels aijc Whisman, centre fielders, featured il the field and at bat. Scores (firs ALL AROUMD Continues Every Day ThisJWgek Big. Savings AU Over The Store You Save On Everything You Buy PlacingtheBlarne_ CONTINUED FUOM FRONT PAG E nud. The plans and'details of the hip will he-produced, and skilled witnesses .will lie called to explain comment upon these phases he case. Explanation l be called hoard the i-'mpress oi Ireland in case' of emergency proper and sufficient 1 Had a boat drill and a bulkhead door drill he held on hoard and if so what was the carrying capacity, of respec-.. tivc boats What was the, number and. description of the lifebuoys and life jackets ou board the Where were they carried Were they! in good condition and adequate for the purpose intended What installation for receiv- ing and transmitllng messages hyv wireless telegraph were on board the Impress of Ireland How many op- >rators were employed on .such in-' stailations Was the number of op- erators sufficient to enable messages' to be read and transmitted continu- ously day and night J. At or prior to the sailing of Impress of Ireland what, if any, to the Ciull anil it: was only at the ustructions as to navigation were waterway given to the master or known by lini to apply to the voyage Were lieli instructions, if any, proper and ideqiiatc, having regard to the time il the ou as to the and life-belts d other liie-saving furniture of .the press, and as to how these were landled, and made use of. Moreover, t is intended to afford tlic fullest invitation is extended ihe people, ,to give whatever nforma'iion- may be available, and to assist the tribunal in everj- way. "The accident, happened seven hun- Ircd miles or rnqre from the point vhere the St. Lawrence expands iii- .icginning of tlie great which forms such a magnificent trance to this country- The en- St. Lawrence is, of course, not free from those perils which' arc incident to all navigation in touch with the land, but the government has taken care to provide an adequate system of lights, the .channel is well buoyed, and marked where required in order to assist to make it safe so far as may be artificially .done. It is antici- pated with confidence that nothing St. .Lawrence can he found to suggest a reason for attrib- uting this disaster to any peril spec- ially" incident to'the river or river lavigation. "The .question of pilotage is not .nvolvcd. The ship had dropped her pilot, anil .was in a seaway thirty miles in breadth. .She lies upwards of two miles, from the south shore from hich she' .iiTskiiig her offing so at the difficulties of navigation, first tramp on Sunday, when they pro ceeded to Island Lake, about eigiu miles up the Lizard range, and erect- ed suitable protection for their an- nual camp, which takes place In the week commencing July 1. TO REMOVE FOUR TONS FROM SHAMROCK'S KEEL Goscort, England. June is understood that Chas. E. Nicholson, designer of Sir Thomas Lipton's 14 sporting chance to win. Total (for S wickets) L. Napper did not hat. 11 Manager Lee of the Alexandra 131 Hotel took part ir. the game, mak- two good catches, and, like a busy 145 man, nisbed back to the hotel and j prepared lots of good things for the which both teams took Notes on the Gams -rue have attended the match on Saturday and heard what tlie Macleod visitors had to say about ihe beautiful grounds and surroundings. banquet ill part. the Lethbridgo team deter- I mined to make this city the home of i the cup, and .Macleod ambitious to re- jtain the trophy, their future fixtures 'should prove interesting. referee throws the ball between the SnamroCK iv., purposes to remove players lined up in midfield on their labollt fom. tons of 'iead from the keel respective sides of tlie midlinc. Lt tne new challenger for the Ameri- ca's Cup. He thinks this will mater- ially increase the 'sneed of the yacht. When the ball crosses the end line it is out of bounds and the side de- fending that goal is entitled to a "knock-in." The hall is placed at the point where it crossed the end line, j but not nearer the goal than IDiect. j S'o opponent must conic within J feet oi the ball so pla-cd until stroke of the mallet puts the hall in- to play. NATIONAL LISTEN TO THIS! Here Are Some Bali Players Admit They're No Good Macleod players also suggested a "day match" at Lethbridge during Cricket league are: Fair week would increase the crowd. 'P. W. Lethbridge 2 1 Macleod faced a stronger team than] Macleod 2 1 Lethbridge liad able to pui In Taher........ _____ Montreal, CJue., June The standings in the Southern AV members of the Montreal team have, requested the management to be sold P. L. P. i or traded to some oxher club in the lunette ftr Irsinsferred N'ew York Cincinnati Piltsburg St. Louis Chicago Philadelphia livooklyn Boston 27 IS 20 S3 3-1 23 27 2fi 2li 20 22 23 20 25 17 29 L. Pet. j i .5U3! .511 .500 .5W 0 P. i or traded to some oxer cu pjiUjduiphia International league, or transferred to; 3 some ether league in organized base-1 2 (libail. Kt. Lo'Jis 21 1 St. Unilon Chicnio AMERICAN 32 12 29 '.1 14 1 4 10 3 Buckles and Barth: Kurfcss. rah and Vv'ally, Parkins. Second game: Medicine Hat........... s ]1 j Moose l Lind and Bliss; Peel and Parkins, Wai'iy. Bad Bill Hurley Calgary. Alta., June bnltlni, with the result that Knowl- ton imposed JG5.00 in fines, featured the game, which the Quakers won, here tonight. Hurley attacked Knowl- ton and will appear in police court. Saskatoon.............. _ Calgary............... .Cadreau, Kallio and Walters; Fnnk, Gage and Kuhn. INTERNATIONAL Rochester 3, Baltimore 2. Providence 0, Montreal 4. City 6, Toronto 5. AM. ASSOCIATION India'napol's 3, Minneapolis 1. Kansas City i, Columbus 3. Louisville 2, St. Paul 0. Cleveland I, Milwaukee 2. NO'RTinVESTEKN Scai'Jo S, Tacoma 2. Spokane Portland 3. Vancouver 10, Victoria they may have been, were due to the proximity of the .and or lack-of sea room. The pilot district extends, from Quebec to Fa- ther Point. "That" is'the pluce where the pilot was put down, and thn evi- dence is that she- had at thai time discharged hif-r pilot-, the oflicers were in charge of her, and the regulations for the prevention of collisions pa .apply to the case." These ate, the questions on which the inquiry .is required When the impress of Ireland left Quebec on or ahoiit the 28th of May what was the total number of persons employed in any capacity or, her, and what were theit respec- tive ratings? wab the. total of tlie year and dangers likely to he encountered during a voyage? When leaving Quebec-was the vessel in charge of a pilot? If so. when and wliere 'was tlie pilot dis- charged, and what was the conditipn of the weather at that time? After the pilot left the Km- iress of Ireland was a double watch lent, on deck? At what time in the morning of the -'9th.of ilay did.tha J5r.ipretss- of Ireland first sight the light or lights of the Norwegian steamer StorV stad; and in what position was the Kinpress then; and what time did the Storatad first sight the light'or lights of the Emnress of Ireland, and in what position was Hie Stbrstad then? At this time were the vessels cross- ing, SO as .tn tnvnlvi> risk of collision, within the meaning ot" Article ,of the regulations Tor preventing collK sions at sea? K so, did the Empress of Ireland cpinply with the provisions of the said Article 21, of the said rogu- lations? After the vessels had sighted each other's lights (lit! the'atmosphevc between them become foggy and misty, so that could no longer, bo seen. If so. did .both..vessels -com- ply with Article 15, anddid they re- spectively indicate on their steam whistles or sirens, the courses they were taking by sffihals set out in Article '28 in the safd regulations? Were the circumstances of tho case such as to bring into operation tho provisions of Articles 2" and I'll lici Him Case SUCH as lu HIIU UlJtl Uliun ratings-; was the. total tho n.-ovisions of Articles 27 aud number of bcr passengers, ir so, did Hie guistcd sexes and classes, and dis- ransters Of vessels take prompt eliminating between adults and chil- prolier means or measures to comply wltli tlie of Ihe Did the steamer Kmpress oi Artlde? Ireland comply with the requirements of the Merchants' Shipping Acts, 189! Iti.lWII, and the rules and rcgu- htbns made thereunder, with regard tc> the safety and otherwise of pass- enger steamers and emigrant ships In the actual design and con- struction, of the Kmprcss of Ireland, what special provisions, if any, were made for the safety of the vessel and j lives oi those on hoard in the event of collisions and other casualties Was HIP Kmprcss oi Ireland Unlliciently and efficiently, officered and manned Were the arrangements for said Article? 1131. In what position in the River St. Lawrence, and at what time on the morning of Slay 29 did the col- lision occur? At what time did Hie Empress of Ireland founder, after tlie casualty occurred. What messages for assistance it out by the I'Jmurefls of Ire- land after the casually', and at what tim i respectively, were the messages out received iit Father Point (.TI. ncie Llie ai liiiiK'.'nicrii.i Joi 9 niaiiiiing and laiuicliing tlie boats on aml Lady welyn. station? Were prompt measures taken by tlloei! ou shore to .render assist- ance? What assistance was' rendered by the government steamers Eureka A baseball tilt is hilled here for tomorrow night. The ancient enemy, Macleod, is comirin. here to give bat- tle to the local celebrities. Maclecci Tonight the Overseas and Gallics will meet at the Ball Park. Since the 'Seas defeated the Shamrocks last Week, their stock has gone up, and if they don't put it over the flyinu Scotchmen tonight, It Is generally the has strengthened up considerably opinion that the Callles will be given a.hot run for the honors. The Sham- rocks have beaten the league leaders, and the Shams, going down before the 'Seas latterly makes the doping out of the. winner tonlghl a problem. Watch out for a good battle. Tlie players admitted to President I.icbtenbeim tbat they were not cap able of playing baseball of a winning; York 18 calibre in the international Cleveland 17 ami aslied to be transferred for the I benefit of the club. The team is at j FEDERAL the bottom. Mr. Uclltenheim has not decided .582 l .501) j .538 .520 .442 .367 .327 Baltimore BASEBALL AT THE BARRACKS There .will bo an intermediate. Sun- day, school league baseball game at, Jho Barracks tonight. iince their last appearance which was manifested last week, when, with Noble in the box, beat Bow Island in a 12-innlngs game by 5 to 4. Gorrlt will be on the firing line for thc'locals. and he will be In good form for the game. .Mi. i.icilienneim iiuv what action he will take, it is prac-: uuinio tically assured tbat sweeping changes ie Hr'ookiy'n' v Kansas Citv f. I St. Louis Pittsburg Sir Tummart "I never felt more confident In my life." Itecat'.- ing that Willie Uitchle said the same thing renews our confidence. GERMANY WILL NOT COMPETE FOR CUP Berlin, Germany, June Germany today decided not to partake In the competition for the Dwlght F. Davis Intcrna- tional lawn tennis trophy this year. 2li 20 21! 20 25 23 23 24 28 2-1 30 21 27 .505 .565 .52! .405 .402 .444 .438 INTERNATIONAL; Haltimore liuffalu llochcster Providence Toronto NcVvark .Jersey Oily 3fi 32 25 24 IS 25 11 XI 57 10...602 10 17 22 .511 .280 '.275 CANADIAN Toronto 5, Brantford I. St. Thomas 7, Ottawa I London 10', Erie 5. Peterhoro 5, Hamilton 0. There was an awful happening at Montreal on Saturday when the Na- tionals and Toronto met. Montreal won by 28 to 10. Cameron split Le- moureux's head, and was ruled off and fined Rollie Zeider and Art Wilson of the Chicago Feds, have tied up In one of the Lorimer banks closed by the otate bank examiner. They read extras telling of the bank's suspen- sion, then went out and pounded out three of the Chlfeds' six hits agalns't Baltimore. .Roscdale defeated Montreal on Sat- urday In a N.L.U. fixture, 12 to 6, and not a penalty was Imposed, showing that lacrosse can be played clean. li iL 'C-flLN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS iNSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. J.ODGB voum Wills, Tillb TJetds, MoJ-tgages, Inaijrnnce Poifclce' or other valuables in one oi dicse boxes J iflR TirTiTIIER Lethbridge1 Brapch R, T. Brymner, ;