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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i'HE LF.TIIRRjI'GH DAILY IlKUALtt Armed With Through Ticket to Europe He Can't be De- ported from Canada UoatrMl, Ju-.c 27 JolnvKi, tte awoapacKd b> s uiie, Lurillc Joiasor.. to sAll for. Hute oa the '4irm Ur.e Ccna'.hiin, B5-diT iL-tifJ-i Canadian inscitra- .ikti Jobssc-a hte iciay.iilh 3 VWT taiirg fcclion, should t; ii-I -.0 ro-ualv srili -.tf il its l2v.s. Tic rfilo lijilist. in 10 a detnand oi ti.-It; !o purftisri in Br Ihis bit ci Joh-i- toii o( th? are GONBOAT SMITH PUT IT OVER RODELL Al'TO POLO, A SPOKT DKyClUBHD IN AMKH1CA AS I.' T15H RISKS OF A lU'liL-FKIIIT, ItfUUV liAMK AXU AKKOri.AXK BOER ONLY LASTED ROUNDS IN BOUT NEW YORK THREE AT YoiV, Jane 37. Smth. of I'ilifoiciR, leiiugbt ileifit- j ei CK-0. IlwMl. African i Boer, ia the third rousd of a loixd a; Square .Ulw Koifrtl tad knocked drin Jvtce lieieree John i tht j tw act iLrtitr than to 5( ih.: h- ih: country oa ih; ship on wmrh he is.bocfcrd to sail- Ktl'T VNDER COVER Qvt-. -toe soon it Sfrrtune oSctalU to the that Johnson in Cas- tda1 ras made to locate htm. AH day the -IraiaisEatign tials sought him, but It j was not un- til he'vas in t'afir oSces that they had an opportunity to question him. He had kept well usder cover all day atd cliicns to bare dtncsr while ildfofi in a motor car. To the immigration he said that CD Jur.e 23 he purchased tfcro-'gh ticicts in Cbicaso lor Joha Arthur Johr.son acd that te boarded a train Iroa Chicago on Tuesday r.igU vith his frite, that he leit the train at Hamilton azd motored io Toronto, There he aga-n entered stateroom" jt.si before tfcs trsic parted fot Montreal, and arrived heie Thursday 'morning. Asked if he was questioned ty officials at tht Caaadlaa border, bt repikd that he had no with officials of acy character and that he eipsri- enetd no diQculty crossing the line. A FAKE STORY Johnion characterized the Toronto story ol tbe baseball team a-id mous- lathe as a "rank stating-thaf te was fully aaris-d of bis .flights ana privileges belore leaving Chicago. Havicg answered the quss tsons satUUctorUy, Johnson was al lowed 10 depart, it is undsr stood luither InvestUation will be before he goes aboard the Corinthian. The immigration oGcials stated ;s, Juac Tit- ij-.orites ate the sec- ond .day's races of the rjjrt Turf clu'j's at the incS, they did in ;he (our. Th's talterncon some esc'elleat tussles fcr premier and thirj choices tr.e favcr- ItGo tte had a good chance to break oven in the mone; aiter the'.'isbicess durins third. Oal> ta the first race o! '.be S. Was aerlcusl> ill fur nome time, lias rccovereJ, and filait lu huiiSng ti> ilio Vio- minlon amateur lille for il.c thr.y, anil tln-s set a record that is nol likely IQ be s'lri-usdoil. His im- proved eifcht will lu-lp the Laiuli- tou jiiaj'T to a gootl exttnt. Krllz Mar tciPil iiUo U. II. Hulton of Montreal, fiho uon Ihc ago. atul OenUJ Lees, of Otlawa, who bas a several lir-cs. Tbe hns not >ot rccchM ilie eiitriPS of K. aiul U. UntrJ, playere, but It ts yroli that they too will compete, r.s It is played with an air-filled ball about the slzs'of a'baskttbalU The machines used are racing cars, strippsd to the chassis, and the occupants of each car consist of the driver of the car and the mallet-man or jockey. The first exhibition or this new "thriller" wlil be held at tht Toronto ExhlbitEon grounds under the auspices of the On- tario Motor League. Bars, P. Pigsott, Winnipeg, 1-1-1; Al- viu, C.U, Barry, Winnipeg, 2-2-1; Cot J. Moir. Wlanipes, 4-3-2 Tlce Six farlong dash, purse 5500 Lore Matches, Anderson and Lunny, Re- gina ifon; Heary WaJbank. Tam 0- Saanler stable. Walla Walla, second; Marigot. P.- Moot-, third. Aitcblson, Time Jiiles City, Half mile run, heats 2 in 3, prize Jsnsle. J. San Jose. 1-1-; Ruby. H. Oiborne. Prince Albert, 2-2; Ray. Esan, Hatton, Spofeano 4-3. Hamilton, pat, June 2fi-' rr Spott oday was as reri'fcat the r. Two Iror went niifi out s liick was outVun m la'tHycar- race, and Hawthorne could only third plsce fcehicd Hoiioa actJ Cai- ttey wwe actir.g mdepetdtatly of tb; sarv. Tbe plate vras the United Slates authorities, and at the American irp.migra'itja ouices it was said no official communication 'vith reitreact to Johnson had re- ceived from H'asiingion or Chicago. caturc of the day end Lcochares dorfgcd ir.c competition ar.d Haw- tliotr.e and IfonOn- Thejcnmei was a but tentftr in the rice WILt ARREST JOHNSON Montreal, June Johnson, the colored "pug" today he give hiraaalf y> IT wanted. He sajg he TT83 offlclaily In'oriESd that h? free to trflfel whta on bail.' IT not deUlntd. he will sail for B-jc- qu Sunday. However, an order has received froai Ottawa to.ar- rest him oh raiuest. of the linited States authorities JEANETTE Orle'c3, AND La WELLS Joe Jeanelte, of N'ew Yort, and Harr? ot Orleans negro loclay for a ten-roiled bout on Julr 1. not a GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National AXOTHBR FOR GIANTS. Kew Yori, Jurx Yoit DETROIT PITCHER WlbP Detroit, JUDO 27. VieittKfa's aea'.n defeated Boston here 3 to 1. piicbiug too much ior De'.TOitxo- Tcsreau ar.d James pitched well, but Lday and St.'Louis won again 3 to 3. the local twirler received tetter talking sK men dur- port. Xew YorkgQt only one man on'in? his pitching. ite base alter this, and hs irrnt out stealing. Eosioa.................... I 8 3 New York James aad Vhahns ard Merers. 60 and Rariden MADS MAXY Philadelphia, Jur.c "27. Brooklyn made a speeialt) of iwc-baggers here this altemoon, and easily defeated the home team 6 to 1. Brupklvn................. 6 SO Philadelphia 1 31 Stack and Fischer Uiennan, May- er aad KilUfer. First Leal vear-olds, foaled in Canada Mftidea leys Kirc Hive i; Slipper Day, second; Mclzen, Ini.-T. third. Time 1-5. I Second 2 year j olds 5 won Diamond Cltist'er, .second Tlir'xa, third- Time 3-5, Third Purse 4 year olds and up; Mils Oriff won 31 y Fellow, stconii Dy naralle, tfilrd. Time 3-5- REDS THIRD STRAIGHT Cincinnati, June ior his vrildness Henton pitcbed good ball and ak a result Cincfncati tte third-straight gaine from Chicago, 5 to 1. Hentoa only fo'-r hits, gave bases on balls. 2'Chicago I -11 Cincinnati 5 71 St. Louis S 76 Detroit 3 10 4 Weitman and Agr.eiv liail, Dauss and Stanage- y AT HIS BEST _ Jurie'27. JVashin an5 ThiUOelphia 'dividtj today's do'j- ble header, the (orraer winning the first game 1 to 0, and the visitois the second, 11 to 5. Johnson was at his best in (he first. Brown, too, pitched a fine rhiladelphca H'ashington and Lapp 0 2 Johnson H 5 3 2 3 0 and 10 Philadelphia Washington Hbuck, Hush and Schang Hughes Gsllia, Harper and HCEEJ- and Wil- liams j Smith and Uiesnanaa Henton and TWELVE TN-VJXGS St. Louis, June feated St. Louis this altemoon 4 to 1 3 in .twelve innings, St. Louis tied in the ninth, when Cooper passed Kcn- etchjr and hit Erans Camratz here him. Commers rontinued fm RED KOX WON" HOTII Boston, June York drop- ped two to the world's champions today. The scores New York................. 342 Boston................. 10 15 ar.d and Gossctt Leonard and Carrigan. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES Easy for the Hal Mcdictnu Hat, June Hat defeated Hegina today by a 6 io 1 score. Schneider and Johnston's ed the feature. Tho Hat'a twirler secured two long doubles I Craig Buldle Falls Before En- glish Crack-Canadian Defeated, Too tuurtutiunt whoa CMIB McJoii, Tho firft In of (he uctcrrJons tle oi Auiertnu In h bun (..-mils cLjiupiori'lilp thlb .iluriu'gti, or rhlhidelpMa, vu-ut Letoro cue of (ho >cuuu retroiOJUitKcs of British talent. '1 !sc fccte was t' i. 0-2, C 1. lugretn ;i inudc-1 of steadiness In the A'uerlcau's siroS.vj lat'U-J power. In thy sinpJ -s niilcii, Uojiti- la, c.ujitaSn of CuuihrMgo I'ul- uraity tousi, LJ rov.cH. Victoria, CO, captain o( the Caiuvlkiti Cap team, straight C I, 7-5, (Jsfar KJ cutter, oce oi ilio ciat'i lHj; era ot the Clt-ruMU is Cup beat A. Gas-. former c'hainp-on, three to one, Ftoro btlus; 30, 1-j, U til. FIELDING AND BOWLING FEATURE CRICKET GAME Gentlemen of Philadelphia Give Touring Antlpcdcan Experts a Close Time ol It Philadelphia, June boiling kepi tLe scoro of both they did cxcelJent two ycarpagoj was to and the golfers 1 oyporiunUy ol Toronto been awaiting an meoUng them agahi, wore modelled nfler ome of the courses !n Knglnnd, and will be especially hard for an un- tried player. The Ottav-ra entries Mil Include Gerald Lees, Jack Detlln, Carllon Monk and-J- J. Corrle. JOE JEANEHE EASILY BEAT ALF. BENEDICT FIGHT SCHEDULED fbfl FIFTEEN ROUNDS ONLY WENT THREE .lujilm. Mo June Iltuc- ilict oi IlrooMyn, pavcj from a knockO'Jl at tl.c hands ot cttc Urc last nijtil Jean- (tic tcfctec cr.ilcd the f.glil in the third round. fifteca rounds, jaw sent Henc- wiich were good for home runs at any jdicl (or tfcc cour.t of nine in otter Ume and tbe JUgina ihlrd sack-Ufa; lhird lountl- aild l.low ir got three, a iloubSe and singles.'floorcd later- Tho game was plaieil in a sea of mud which made first ball an im- possibility. Score: Medicine Hat 9 1 Ucglna S3 St-'ineifier and Bliss; Baker Heer. Umpire ikDonalil. It ivas to have A hook to th blcJ Irccly in the first round ai the result ot a blow to the mouth. FRENCH SPECTATORS MOBBED REFEREE CONSIDERED AMERICAN HAD WON FIGHT ON ao-ROUND GO Paris, June relerce in a tucnty-rotmd fight here tonight be- tween Frank Madole, an American lightweight, and Albeit Uadoud, a Swiss, was mobbeii in t1.c ring by the spectators when he declared inc i a The crowd considered :hat the American was entitled to [he decision on points. The police had to be called in to clear the hall. NEW MOOSE Moose Jaw, Juna 27. Pitcher Con- cannon, a big Icil-liontfer. purchased by the Moose Jaw club, left Seattle to. day for Moose Jaw, and will join the Tlobin Hooda here on Sunday. lie has been wiih the Portland Club al! season, and "was secured from ger N'lck durins tho sent pre- do-All In Uib orbing uf bceti a Ihret: match between the Australian trickei- era, and the (iuntlcmen of today at and an Innings and a half vere completed stumi's nore drawn for the day. Thy ocal were all out for runs Io tho first while tii'i Australians only 105. The sec- ond innlnus tho rhlladeiphians uern all out for 57 runs. The match willi be concluded tomorrow, when the alJani tnke their second fnninge. Pcarce, for 1'hlladell'hta, and MMley) of Australians were the most ef- fective of the bowlers, each boftifc refilled with nickels in the opening innings. It wos decided tonight to testa an- other inatch between the same play, ers trr.medlatcly upon the conclusicn o.' their match. Trap shooters of the locr.l club will turn out in full force (his evening, at G3Q, when tlie final for tho Steven j j trophy iviH be pnllcJ off. The follow- ittg Is (he standing of the eJioatcrs anJ condltlotis: j! P. 16? J. II. Welch 163 E. O. Stfcklcy Kill' T. Yuill....................... 1C5 JRS. OlonlBter 164 A. Stafford 16.1 Marks 10-: 0. H. Malt J'H V. K. flreen.................. IS1 H. Pllllns US Steeplechase; jear ofils ar.d up ahout miles won frcns Gummel, seo- Una, third Time 3-5. Fifth liace M'cnivoitb Plate parse S1.200; 3 year oHs and up; six wnn Calgarr, secoi.d; third. Time, 1U2. >Si.vth furlongs maided 3 year oJtJtf and won Hilly Collins, secoad Issy Ham, third. Time 2-5. Seventh Racc-Jlilc en turf; 3 year olds and w'on Daisy ealers Gladly St-K You iTE great fielding and hit tor three sin- gles in four trips to Ihe plate. PittsbUEg St. Louis 7 t flanis, Cooper, CaTnnitz, Kobinson anri C'oletnao Hrtrfe, Vmltt, EJar- mon RtA Wingo. (J2 New York Hoslou Fisher, arcd ...6 S 2 Sweeney Ucdient ard XunamaVer. 2 1 0 Chicago................... 3 60 FaH-enhere, Kbnrling and Carisdj and O'.Veil; Cfcotle, Russell and b'cbaltc. GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES International Toronto Platl, second; ihitci. Timejlia'tirr.orc WALTER GET JOHNSON MAY NEW MAJOR RECORD Gaw -anri JJemis; and Itgan. ........-5 81 1 72 Danlorlh, Hoth Montreal Cily brtak JCQ! Maitcrn I' 10 Associatian and Hughes Walter Johtiion may Wood's won and lost record, but 1 Brandon and Viclls. It he continues In hh [.retent shape' he tvill set a mark that is probably unequalled. lie t.aen the al's winner. Ilh team hns fcl- dom storeil htavily (or him. IlJt with hifi record of kbul-outs and low set-re anri four months left to the season, the big Washington hurltr looks good to set a mark for tile smallest oi pained Madden lur.s that stand for This Is test evolved for the effici- ency of pitchers. Hvfalo.................... 8 i I Providcr.ee........... H H 3 KriJI, Mam (tow fly and longc Heijlcj, Stir.c, and .1. Onstow. Milwaukee Minneapolis JsichoUon and Smith. Lrjuisvillc Smith and Livingston. Toledo 2 Columbus 1 (Icorgc and Devetglit, Smith. is o 15 4 Canadian L-Uavra Bcilin 0. Cadfh 5, Pet- etboro 2. Pcttrboro Ouelph "1. Branlford 5. St. Thomas 1. London 7, Hamilton 5. Clements; 3 Merj 7 3 6 3 and 8 (1 7 fJ and MAKING OLD CY YOUNG LOOK PRETTY CHEAP Released WHFi Others From Minnta- polts Association Team to Min- neapolis Northern Lea305 Cut Minneapolis, Minn, June joiing Insurrection was started in the Minneapolis Association baseball club Efifs Horning, when Cy Young, J.ou- ilcll and Smith, fjftchers ot that club being rtlcaeed to the Mtnneapo (fa cl-jb ot Northern league, fused lo join that organiallon. Mana gcr Jot CftnfUlon dccldn] early today to rekaso the men to tho Northern league club, and the clir rna'Ie, CoiTC'iiionfling cnls tn sal arlcs nlao appeared, and the thro ptlcliora slated that they not go to the smaller le.igne. At ttic same limp, Ilalph Com stock, slnr of the Xorthcrn kaque filching was recalled lo the Minneapolis Am- rrlcan association team. Kansas City 3111 HI. Paul 17 II 1 Rhodes and Critchcll; Kcigcr and Miller. Northwestern Potllai.d 0. Seattle 5, Tacoma 2. SpbVant-Vicloila, rain, Analogous don't >on think that every- body Bhotild learn to awlm? not. What would you tblnk ol a fish that Insisted on try- ing Io learn to walk on dry Boston Transcript, LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS If you, like many Canadian sportsmen, prefer American shotgun shells, when buying be sure to get the Mnd which arc made in Amer- ica, and not shells bearing an American name) and label, but which arc not loaded there. All Winchester loaded shells are made the works of'thc Winchester Repeating Arms Co., New, Haven, U. S. A., under tho same skillful management and by the same ip-to-date and careful system, of manufacture which have made Winchester rifles the best and most generally used sporting arms in the world. the W brand of loadei shells may cost a few cents more over the counter, but any difference in price J3 more than made up by their superior quality and general dependability, They are AMERICA'S AND SOLD ti BWST-VSED ;