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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LBTHBRID.GE DAILY MKRALW MUDAY. MARCH 13, 1911 RITCHIE GAINED THE DECISION OVER WQLGAST Ex-champion Gave Titteholdet Worst of it Opening Round and Tables were Turned Alternately During Fight-Ritchie Put Wolgast Down for Count of Four Newspaper Writers Decide Wolgast WAS Apparently Fouled According to and Clever Go WIs.. March Kitchie, lightweight champion of the world, earned a stade over Ad sasT, former champion, ia a ten-, round tout here tonight Tts cham- pion outbosed tfce Michigan boy ia live rounds, snd In the seventh had tt'o'gast bactins away from his pun- riies. sank to one fcneo When Ritchie landed a stover o! clows on his stomach, and took the fount of four. He later rushed at the champion, but TlHchie danced away from him. Tvice during the bout warned by Referee Stout lor fcis rough pforfe in tiie clinches, la the eighth and nintb Ritchie outfoxed, the former champion. rushed at Ritchie at tie opening ot the teiiUi and seat his right and left lo far? and body, but the Coast boy did cot ground. Foul Blow Struck was in the seventh vrfcea ihe champion delivered a hard to the Michigan boy's at cordiag lo a statement of Dr. C. A. Morier, a member of the State Box- ing Wolgast went io his dressing room and underwent "ten examination, it was in the sev- enth that "Woleast Ceil on one fcaee, with a painful look; taking.the count of four. :As it Is against the.WiECoasla law lo a the reVjlt can only be decided by" the newspaper Two Milwaukee morning pa- pers call the contest a draw.1 while all the sporting writers of the Cbi- fsgo morning papers, with one excep- tion, give Ritchie' a shade. The ex- ception called it a draw. When the champion and the ex- chamrlon camo to the centre of the ring for the first round, they wasted liitle time in sparring for openings.' Vi'olgsst bored Into close quarters at once and found the champion willing to meet htm at that game. Qpena Strong -Wolgast secured a shade Urn tetter ot the first round, playing largely for Ritchie's body. "The" champion's left Jab.waa much in evidence, hut Ad covered well Kltchle the pace Ia the second, which was hia round, and had tho Michigan boy's mouth bleeding ai tea close, when ha landed a swing to the jaw, acd followed with and leTt to the face. Wolgast broke ground. Tlie third was even, with Ritchie sending swift, short jabs to Ad's face, and the former champion playing for the body. Comes BacV Wolgast, crowding for close quart- had the better of the fourta and fifth rounds. Ritchie's jabs and hooks to the head did not stop him, and he Imded several hsrn rights and lefts to the Califomlan's body, and varied with, an occasional jab-to the face. Ritchie, however, had the sixth rourd by a good margin. Wdeast missed several bard swings, and the "champion smoUiered his rival with a volley of snappy punches to the head, ending the round with a slinging rirtt ffwlns to Ad's nose. Ritchie checked Wolgast's rush in tha sevenlh -with a, hard left, a ter- rific right swing to the face, and a left Is the soSar plexus, which sent Wolgast down for the count of. four. He shWered "Wolrast with swings inj an effort to put him put. Ritchie Leads Ritchie also took the eiehlli. open ARNOLD KRUCKMAN Head of the department of Aero- nautics of the Panama-Pacific Inter- national Exposition, wto lias the work of organizing the bis glohe- girdlins race that is to start from the exposition grounds at San Francisco in May, make the round-the- world flight for ihe largest prize of- fered for a single sporting.event. BAIL IUKDB GAME GUARDIAN HERE MAKES A THING OR TWO ABOUT SHOOTING PLAIN EVERS HANDED CHEQUE FOR A BONUS- OFFER MADE TO BAUMGARDNER ing wilt the usual le.lt jabs, and pelt- ing Wolgaat with a hard left and right to the ribF. Ritchie continued to hold lead in the nintb. His were cleaner, and he landed o'tener than ivho was warned for foush Tvortv in the clinches. Wolgast ma da a desperate effort in the tenth, and held Hie champion ev- en on points, but bis'MOKE seeined to lack Bteatn. Ritchie staggered him Mftron, Ga., March J. Ems; tiepospd-maaaget oi the Chi- cago National leasue baseball team, received tonight a cfceck for as a bonus for signing "a contract (with the Uoslon .Nationals. The di check Tras given Kveis by James E. of the Boston club; shortly here- Shafar" Says .ult'haiJ been reported Evers to receive said, as3 Kditorof Tte am frequently asked: 1 shoot peese in the sprlngl" To the answer, ".So." my attention is called Io section 21, cap. 14, Game Act, 1912. which pan, "No person stall fire at, hunt, take or kill any bird whatsoever, except wild geese, etc. To all sportsmen. 1 would their attention to' tbo 1913 law, the words "wild geese" were omitted. AUo to the Uct.ttat paragraph 1. section 5 of the Act fully; protects geese ia the following manner: Sec, person shun html, trap, take, shool at, iriimd, or kill: (1) Any bird of tiose fipc-cies of the fam- ily Anatidae, etc, etc. N'ow, Sir, if anyone will tako the trouble to refer to any work on ornithology, say. Coiies. he nlll find classification as.foltows: Family Asatidae: i ducVs, elc. Analysis of sub-limi-ies: Cygnl- Inae, river ducis; ducis; mergtnae, mcrsanteis.. As the act states that "any bird.o! the areciet (I.e., .sub- of the' anstidae, etc.', be tween the day of January and the 23rd day of shall .not hunted, taken or Xllled, I think it should be clear to all thtt sqos'8 shooting in the serin? is prohibited. Trusting you cm allow me" space in your paper for the foregoing, also that "other papers .may see lit to' copy, 'and Ihantlng'' Jott In advance, 1 r main, Sir, Tours obediently, HOWARD CASE, Game Guardian. xith a rigTit.iiniwTWiL. How Boxers Compare REtcMe Wolgast 2S years......Age EJl. Tiiln......Height ...Weight'Limit.....1351bs. SDli'Sri.....Chest (nor) (ex.) 30in........Waist S9in. Biceps.......ISIri. lOlJIn. iC'in. BALL PLAYING. HARD STRAIN Hal tj V -It ITurned Gray he handed a siip 0! pa'per to the si-j SVn 1 tcU. N'ew lin ani" oad baseman, mar, if amount." the! Ems smilingly handed thi to some oE his [rifnds- A niG OFFER 26 years i Tampaf Fla., liarch ofser Sit. oE S4.000 a season xvith a bonus for !lin. Hln. iSln.' .1 12in. 61n. ff THE LETHBR1DGE BREWING AND MALTING CO., LIMITED Manufacturers of the famous AL- BERTA'S PRIDE." An ideal beverage with refrething, invigorating and tonic properties Pure, sparkling, delicious Brewed by a process peculiarly our own, therefore inimitable. Competi- tors cannot duplicate the rich, delicate flavor that belongs to this beer only If you vant the beit of beer make sure that it is Alberta's Pride "The Beer Without a Peer" THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 signing was made today to George pitcher bi the St. Louis American league team, by George StovaH, manager of the Kan- sis Citr Federal league club. Baumgardnerr according' to odvicss from St. Petersburg, Fla., where tie St. Louis team is -trainiug, refused the offer. hair ia turning said Art Shaf- l-.e check-] er toda''' lJlEC'13jfaB tie. etnln ot a baseball season. would in'- duce roe to return" to the game, and that is what 1 wired Manager. Me- Graw yesterday in reply to tele> gram asking it my- decision, was Ilnal." Snafer has been playing practice games here -with Los Anselee alumni ot the university.! He will return to Angeles coon >to engage lo MACLEOD GOLFERS ELECT OFFICERS Play for Champlonshfp Cup Good Friday and Easier Monday AHa., Starch, Macleod golfers held their annua meellag here thts allernoon, wher the following officers were elected for the year: Captain, D. G. Me Ken- zle; green ranger, Dr. A- N. N. Ken- nedy; secretary-treasurer, C. McGald dery; the committee beinj made 111 of Messrs. J. McLarly, J. CampbeH and Frpd Morria. The Chesapeake Cup will be played for on Good-Frf day and Easter Monday. TENNIS CLUB AT MACLEOD ORGANIZES FOR YEAH Anticipate Matches With Lethbridge and Calgsry Clubg During .Season Macleod, Alia., March Macleod Tennlb club held its annua; meeting at the home of.Rer. Bath-' HOCKEY ORILLIA JUNIOR 'O.H.A. CHAMPIONS AGAIN Defeated Toronto Team by 10 to 3 In Second Game or Series Orillla. Ont. Marcn into the game with the score to ainst them, the Ortllia team came back strong'in tho second of 'the home and home games last nlglit and (iereated the University ol To- ronto by 10 goals to 3, thus hiving a total of 13 agiinat 'i on'the sertfi and retaining lie O.H.A. Junior' ch_ain plonship. The greatest number goals in the two game.3 nliyisd decld ed the Issue. SPECIAL TRAIN CARRIES REGINA TEAM TO THE SCSNE OF CUP GAMES Rcglna, Sash., March f pecla train leaves here tonight carrying th Vtctoriaa, hockey of and Alberta, to Wlnnlpez Seve" Introductory Sale of I Men's Suits Your choice of 50 "Shape- Keeping" Fancy Worsted and Tweed Suits for mon, sizes 36 to 42, worth in the regular way io 328. This is our first stock of Men's Suits and mako this.ex- traordinary announcement to acquaint you with our Xew Men's Wear Department. AVc are in the game and will give you bargains in Men's Wear that will he the talk of (lie town. See the big window display tonight. Try on these shape keeping suits tomor- row. mm HE runs i p. p. ZONE PACKAGES MUST BE LETT OPEN FOR EXAMINATION BY AUTHORITIES 500 pairs Men's Cashmere, Cotton or Silk Lisle Socks 5 pairs............ New shapes in duett's Arrow Collars by express today! 2 for.............. 25 dozen Ekcelda Kerchiefs on sale until Saturday night, 4 for.......... 25 pairs Gauntlet Gloves, unlined, worth SOc to 1'or......'........ 00 25c 25c SOc 'AH the writing in the world ivi'l cot change iht classification ol mall said Postmaster lligialoth- am this morning, fu answer to [lion rcjatdius the working ot the j parcels post. i Ciinsiderablt Uoublr has resulted I from the grneral impression thai I parcels post mail matter can btsfnt iin sriiw a package sealed; it always laVes the [postal late, iegardless ot what El contains. On occasions pir- f eels have bren posted In sealed con- tamers or wrappers, with the. words "Parrel Post" written over the (ace. Tho regulations prohibit tlie despatch any mail in sealed it the parcel or special rales, and all mil- ter PC- received is- despaired oaly at the lettor rate, which in cases where a parcel weighs up Io tin limit, means a very excessive Section 0, of the parcels post regu- lations, states: practicable, post, packets must be sent in coveis open at the ends, and in such man- ner as to be easy ot eiarahation. liut flour, drugs and such like art- icles, which cannot be. in covers of this kind, but such articles onlv, mar be posted in enclosed boiee, or in bags ol linen or other strong ma- terial, fastened in such a manner that they may be easily opened, so to I enable the officers ol the, post oflke readily to satisiv fhemss'lves to the nature ot tte contents." Following is aa official list ol post- i offices situated within the twenly- jmile radius ol Lethbrldge p. 0. 1st Zone I Albion Ridge, Chin, Cpaldnle, Coal- hurst, Commerce, .Diamond City, Hardieville, Iron Springs, Kfjieii, Kipp, .ilaybuit, JIasralh, Monarch; Xobleforit, Orion, Picture Butte, naymonil, lioyal Vievr, Staun- lon, Stafford" Village, Stirling, Well- ing. Total, 23. February llth, 1311. Tookes Negligee Shirts with soft col- la'r, on sale Saturday........... 00 SAYS CANADA IS BADLY MISREPRESENTED Rylands Co. Men's Wear Store '.M.C.A. BOYS WILL GO ON A HIKE TOMORROW KiU Flying Conteit Feature of Out- inj at River Bring Grub-Stake, The Y.M.C.A. have slfirted a novel flea in amusing the boys' department, kite ilring conlest which is tc JQ lield at the old country club at the river bottom tomorrow. The boys Till go on a hike with the boys' secre- tary, Mr. E. Roberts, and engage in this aerial contest. The boys wto to lake part are to at Iho Y., with all kite para pliernalta and luncb. (CoaUnued From Front taking up homealeads. The reduc- tion In the numlj'cr of ar- rivals "was duo in part to the misre- presentation of Tvoateni tanada which had appeared' In the nawipayeri ot the United States. Steps had been taVon to remove these. Tatsc nollons. The number .of horaeiteatl cntrle; areas ivere opened by thft construc- tion. of. r.eV rallwaj-s. The minister anno-jnced that existing reilrlctlonK In regard to. imml'gratioti Svould be i continued tbro-jgliout the 1914 season. All but one of. the Immigration votes were tuo House rose at 11 o'clock. I Two Italian deputies. Slunor Bal- I and Slsnor Drago, fought a duel (vltti swords. Both were wounded In' i the face. Raymond, March 1-3. The final game of the basketball tournament Wis'played ]ast night at eight o'clock at- the Optra house. 11 was not liard tbe CHICAQO CUBS WILL NOT BE SOLD AGAIN THIS YEAR APPARENTLY Chicago, 111.. March cago National league baseball club not be sold this year, in my he- John R. Thompson said today, after receiving the report of bis em "who bad a conference dar in Cincinnati witb Charles P- Jaft. Taft wouid not fiot 2 for the stock ho bolds In the Mr. Thompson paid, "and as far as my agent could delermine, he has not seriously" concldered telling his In- lereaf He as much aa said to my re- preaentativc that he had as much pro- perty Interest in Chicago as any resi- dent, and (hit he could be regarded as a Cbicasoan." to tell the contesting learns by Crowe's picscnt. The Knight Acad-j emy contingent had located on' the] west title of the building, (he j second warders had congregated on! the east side and btlore the game! were practicing Ir.s "veils." Chi-] u CTOird lbal j determir.fs the fame value alter all, and so we call-ins fhc beat game- of the season. Tlie game was close and turned twice in the. last five minutes JEFF TAYLOR FINALLY OUT OF OXpORD BOAT nhen the opposite crowds in turnl fairly wenl "mad." Tr.c score wis j IS Io 21 in favor of (he Second Emery Bar r us, paraded the hall wiUi the nne trophy cup, awakening Ihft livelical interest in Ihn U will now held by the Second Ward for a! year. evecing closed with a dance, which was vtcll TONIGHT AT THE "Y" Protect Your Gun ursl Hall, yetterfay. -when, the oHl-i lo play for the Allan Cup' cere (or llio year v.-ere elected roolers ro'itlne business for tho cast rear lhcm- wiped off tho slate. More than a score of the local s! eirr.c VERY SOFT were on hand, and It was decided lo trtts Ca1- Winnipeg, Man., March The gary and snd other oul ;Icgina team arrived in Winnipeg this of towns Mr. J; Whittle be i mornir? for their Allan Cup ganie (o- In? specially appointed to eeo that. the Wllh Hie this matter Is cairied out, A large mercury ahoiil -10 above, the ice was number of new entries for the club, so 50ft the visitors could not havo hcen received and evcrvlhlng There Is no water on the points to a most successful season. ico but. If the Icrapefatnro does Following the tendering of a vote j not fall before evening, H Is fared of to Miss Nina Orler for thej that the Ice "111 seriously militate will' he another indoor base- ball clash al the Y.JI.C.A. tonight. Ixjr.don, ilarcli Oiford arid the Telepliote rr.tn crew for the University tjoatrace, come together: The telephone1 reconstituted at Henley, omlta O. acquired a strong Taylor, Toronto University and Trlrv anj fuliv expect to the ncws- Ily. Ills place Is taken by a paper mm a trour.clng. We shall stc, South Wales man. The game is free. On sec it. able mannec In which she- performed the secretarial work of tbe pan year, Judge V. McNeil wan elected hon. ornry president; Ilev. nathiirst Hall, president; Nina Orlcr, Becrelary. treasurer; the coramittet consists oi ner. Jlathursl Hail. Mias Nina Crier, Mlsj f. darkr r-.r.rt Mcajri. R. F. ISarnei and J. Whittle. against both teams. Thd (u all probability, will forced to line up Mill further weakened, as Stan Marplen' Injuries which he received In tho gurr.e wjth Ker.ora Thirties are likely to enforce a Bub3titutc fating his place. If xo, .Tack Ilultandckimne will his tilacc on the left nlnz. Old Country Football INTERNATIONAL RUOBY TEAMS London, March following teams have been selected to repre- oent Irelind and Wales In ths Inter- national Hugby match lo be played to- morrow Belfast: back, V. p. Montgom- ery three-quarter backs, A. Forsler U. V. Jackson M. Abrahams (FlGcllve J. P. Quinn {Dublin V. MacSamara half- backs, n. A. and W. 8. Colopy (Bectlve for- wards, P. O'C'onnell (Bccllve Flanr- crsj, S. Parr (f. V. Kil- leen P.'Tyrcll (ueen'fl Coleee, J. Taylor, Belfast J. C. Dowec (MonkBtown) and J. J. Cluna (Illack Hock back. R. F. Williams three-quarter backs, Ivcr T. Davles W. 11. Kravn3 J. Welter 0, li. Hirst (Xcwjvorl) and H. l.lord half-backs, Clem Lewis and Flev, A. navies (Lisn captain; forwards. Jones II. Wailo T. Williams (Swan T.'c. Lloyil Kdgaj Mor- gan and J, I1. Jones (Ab ._... Whediei rifle, iliol gun, rcvcKf r, old a new, Thau the good gun oJtW 17 leading futim aaatt- rccommCTid pKk VilV tray guo llity tnipl Ailc M hwtcn. 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