Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE SIX r v r T f l v, LBTRBRIDGE DAILY HKRALP lElIGEIOOKSCAL OF MONO M EIGHTH INNING A SCREAM got away with Ray mond In UL exhibition baseball tilt las night at the park here, by a score o 11 to 6. Wltti Ssns and O'Brien la a pitch duel, tie game went for three ful without a score, and there was coma good fielding done thi la the fourth acd fifth Lsth fcrldfft jot to.O'Brien, and trough over three runs in each session, In the sixth Lethbridje tacked on an other. Raymond failed to tally until the fifth, when they annexed one tcored Rjaia in the seventh, and In. the eifbth started a wild scene that had no parallel in, the annals of tkaeVall in these parts. You have heard about of "stellar playing that was "worth, tlie price ot admis- sion. Welt, here iras- a period of non-iteUar stuff that was better to begin tilth the not igtnallr "wre n.a fr tne Eng ANOTHER HOMER Calgary, June the third time in three days a home ran in the last innings tied the scgre be- tween the Eskimos Bronchos. ENGLISH CRICKET London, June [ave Gloucestershire, a decisive beat ng at Coventry, in a county cricke ixture, by an innings and 197 runs Two centuries were made by the win ners, W. G. Qualfe and Charlesworth Kuhn clouted the ball for the' circuit maltlns 134 115, respectively. C. JOHNION SAID TO FAT AS AN BE ALDERMAN PuU Nil Trainer to Work en His Window-Fight. Monn Soon Paris, Jane "alder- nan front" today is believed here to >e Prank Moran's biggest hope of an- nexinr the heavyweight champion- ship when the pair meet on June 27. Johnson's weight is claimed to be 220 pounds, but this Is doubted. He ooks much heavier. Practical admission, of this came to- lay when Johnson put three husky middlowelghts to work at his training uarters with instructions to pay all jtheir attention to pounding his pro- truding midriff. Long runs in heavy sweaters along the Bols de Boulogne and stiff work on the bag are also being tried. at his Entry training quar- ters, is plodding along steadily and apparently is full of confidence. He weighs 204. Walter, who relieved O'Brien in the last three innings, had-a wind-up like an eight-day clock. He had spetd and good breaks. There was a good turn-cut of peo- ple at the game. The local team return the game to- far at Raymond. ASCOT RESULTS The. Slity-firat Triennial Stiites of about seven, furlongs, was won by his Mtjaity'i gunny Lake, a chest- nut oolt by of the Loch, who started an odds-on favor- ite at 12 to 2 on. Mr. Ruisell's Poly- cratei, 18 to 8, 'wan >eoond, and Lord Faimouth'j 7 L, third. and sent Vivian ahead of him. Edmonton.................. ii Calgary JS. Baker made 7B. Good work with 2 the bail also featured the match, F. Stallcop, Kraft and Lemieux ;iGage Frink and Kuhn. THRILLING TIB Medicine Hat, June in- nings full of thrills resulted in the Quakers and Hatters ticing 'with sev- en runs each. Martina, the Hatters' new fielder, 'got three" hits' lor eight bases and drove jn four runs.. Bill Hurhy stole home, putting.the team ahead in the ninth. Bo1 and Buckles were rather support was sensational, ninth with the scores tied and on, Hurley put Sammy Beers in and ie prevented further scores. Saskatoon 7 Hat...... 7 Northrup, Beers and Walters Duck- es -and Earth. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo at Jersey City: .Rain. Toronto at Newark: Rain. .Montreal 6, Baltimore 3. Rochester 1, Providence 4. NORTHWESTERN Portland 0, Spokane 5. Vancouver 0, Victoria 17. Seattle 1, Tacoma i, C. Qf, 4 .j. 3, j., POLO TROPHY New York, N.Y., June The Westchester Cup, the In- ternatlonal polo trophy, left American shores today In the possession of Lord WlmBome and the British polo players, when they sailed for England on 'board the Olympic. In the party were Lord Wlroborne, the Duke of Penaranda, Major JE. Field taking five Gloucester wlck- mtest run J5CO preserved h} "if "'ub The course w s round the Isle Wight and the it 11 v is a for the America out ot i of fourteen British yachts th in, one to show any speed at all was tlw Aurora, which finished second, twen- ty-four minutes behind the America, Near the Needles the America to do this thei win sectional i lic in an internation i honors k-.mmQnly supposed. ,ear befoie ,........______. The-Davis cup finals and the nrf-1 ''ue Sreat London, sr- '.iiit-ion, in 1851, qd and saluted.the royal yacht Vic- tional challenge, round will be ploy, an English suggested to. toria and Albert, in which QUMH IJ some New Yorfc tiiaihcss men that a toria had gone :down the .Solent to visit from ,-ii the then famous meet the yachts. The story is told at Newport, V, soou as the pre1ir.fi arles are coiripleted. AIRMEN IN LOf-iS Fl. HT London, June .irmen, in eluding Walter L. Brock, won th recent aerial Derby m md London started today in an "aeroplane, rac :rom London to Manchester and back The competitors left the Hendon aero drome at intervals'in the-order of th landicap times, the limit man Btartini "irst at S o'clock in the morning, am :hft scratch man. at about naif-pas seven. The course was a'distancc o 322 miles. The prize for. the fastes ime was a gold cup and whili !175 was posted for the winners of the landieap. and Mrs. Barrett, Captain Cheape, Captain Tomkinson. anc! John 8ts for .36 runs, while F. R.'Foster took _rou want a clinking drink one that will give you a ingof delightful freshness and Anyone contemplating sending ex- hibits of any description to ths Pan- ama-Pacific exposition at San Fran Cisco next year, are asked to commun Board of Trade, who will see that they to collect all the smaller indi- exhibits together to combine into a provincial exhibit. (HOLIJWD3 QltO P I is as pleasing to the palita most delicata cocktail, andwilldoimmeasurnblegood in stimulating the vital organi ofthe body to healthy activity. Vasily euperiorto ordinary gin at all ketett and rtlail NATIONAL AMERICAN Phiiail'jjphia Detroit New York....... 19 Cleveland..... 19 CATARRH OF THI BLADDER RSi'lFN M 24 Hours American t boats would enhance the of the regattas during the The'imitation brought to tile notice i3eorge L. Schuyler and John Stevens, the leading yachts-1' men .7.4 that time, with the result iVilliam.-Brown, tho principal so' liuilder ii' New York, undertook build from the designs of his part- George Steers, for tlie sum of a schooner of not less than 140 tons, which he guaranteed to that the Queen asked the signalman of the royal yacht whether the racing vessels were in .sight, urid receiving a. reply in the inquired "Which is first "The was the answer. ''.And which is second "Your Majesty, there Is no second.'' After the race the owner of ths Brilliant lodged a :protest agaihsf the America on the score "that shu had failed to round the Nab Light vessel, bat as the sailing instructions h'av.e.the fight "of rejecting her in the supplied to Commodore Stevens not mention the Nab as a mark 'acht Laverock in race of about six event, of her defeat. Brown's offer was taken up, and so the America was-bililt. On June 20, 1851, the America sailed for the oth- er side: The very day she reached tin. Solent she soundly beat the British a little friendly miles to Cowes, and the British yachtsmen became so scared that for a time no owner rculd he Induced to tackle the re- loutrtable Yankee. After issuing an abortive challenge o race tlie America against any Brr ish yacht of any rig for'any sum up o Commodore Stevens, in espair of arranging anything in the did ot up- the coiirsei the protest, was not held by the committee. And so the cup. which was destined to become the most famous trophy in the realm of .sport, was Drought over here, and for. more than years has defied1 all.attempts at recap'turo. Sir Thomas' Lipton, with Shamrock is_ going to make another at- tempt 'to get back ths cup this fall off Sandy Hook, but so fer American yachtsmen have shown no more feat of. the British challenger than did the old commodore of the America of any of the British raciag craft in 1851. REV. HI MIL Calgary, 'June closing ion of the Alberta Baptist confer- nce, counted by the delegates est that has ever been held, the was istinguished by the election of Rev. R. McOill, of Strathcona, to the o'sltion of by the assage .of a score of resolutions, robably the most interesting of Inch from a general standpoint was mt recommending the amendment of ie assessment act to encourage land settler, the CITY AND DISTRICT Macleod Club Officers The officers of Maclcod club for th. ensuing year are: Colin McLeod, pro jsiderd; -George Skeldlng, vlce-presl dent; F, Morris, secretary. Excursion to Foremost An excursion of business men ol the city to Foremost, the end of steel on the Lothbridge-Weyburn, is being planned. The Foremost men are very anxious to see the Lethbridge men and the. trip will probably be mado In two or three weeks. M IN Niagara Fails, Out., Jans 20. American delegation here received a telegram today from the consul of .gov- eminent at El Paso, Tex, that General Villa has ioiiieu a statement addressed to the American people, saying that lie haa proclaimed General Angelo as provisional president of Mexico. Milk River Resident Diet The funeral of the ?ate Mrs. Sarah Jane Adams, late of 1JI1K Hirer, Js to be held today at Soicn, Iowa. Mrs. Adarns paaaed away at tho homo of iier daughter, Mrs. F. M. Warren, at Milk River. Deceased was a widow, 78 years of age, and had been visiting ler' daughter for over a year. f'ittuburg........ 22 Cold Tjre Setter The cold tire setter purchased by the Economical Carriage Shop a cou- ple "ot'months ago, is creating interest among owners Of carriages and wag- [ons.. This machine does tho best work and win set four tires In aii lour. It sots them "cold." This firm has built and'nold nine milk and de- very wagons this season. INSPECTOR BEYfE June Beyte, of the R. N. W, M. P. headquarters here, loaves this evening for Chester- field Inlet, where he has been didert-ri to establish the new northern detach- ment. Accompanying him are Ser- geant Caulkin, Constables Pasley and Kennedy. They go to Ottawa tliencu to Halifax, where a steamer has been chartered for them. They take three years'" provisions with them and one- of their chief duties whllf in the Hin- terland will be to trace the murder- ers of Radford and Street. Pioneer Dead Thomas Douglas, a pioneer settler of Tantallon, Saak., and a brother of Senator Douglas and an uncle of W. VV. Doiigins, Tuber, is Mayor Schobf to Lecture Arrangements, have been made for a octuro by Major Schoof on tho poiltl- al aspect of the Mexican trouble In VoBloy hall a week from Monday ov nlng.