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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAir.i' HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 19U POOR OLD BOB! Xfvr York, N.Y, March 31. Apr-elate division ot the Supreme Court tpdsv affirmed }Q ;l-f order of the lower court, i ubicb, So effect prohibits Hob- I erl Fiusiuimous from boxing In nubile in Xeyv York slate. 0- Because oi bis advanced ase, tbe State athletic commis- criMrnru THF ruled 'ha' HtKimmots IHt aot ie_mler lho rlns This order tho court sustained. Loader.. March 37.-The llth itw '.Sic Grand National WELL KNOWN OLD TIME PUG- ILIST REPAID FOR" 'BE. FRIENDING CHINAMAN thf Derby Sleeyle- vtaiiD--, a hanciicap ct run aioct lour miles a half ih? tlirfiu'.t at Liv- today by an ont- 7- Tylsr's Bauioch, a seven ytar old bay by Sur.Soire (iTailxt, oue of the bottom weights, fst. ilk'., and startles at 10J HI tf. French Lorses occupied sw- end third places, the former be-1 iiii M. II. DeMumm's Trianon- III..! 91b., starting at 100 to S, xvhilc j ilie iavctite, and wicctr in 1909. M. .Units Uenrws' Lutteur 111. Usl.l Ciijcago, 111.. March Choyn- 10 to 1, was third. p-j.jtist and now director thce filled'by 'fiery O'Moore. lhe pitaburg Sporting club, was Last sear's winner, Sir Charles a klacy o{ in wU1 Oi ton Smith's Covtrccat, was eighth. Poc; a Chinese, whom the boxer L'c-ieKcal was ftjual favorite with j bfWendM j.ears nso. Jim-Poa died Lutleu 111 10-lo 1 d ani Ms Bulbugh s listen lOst. 3ft., j., y, also at the price E their father's Twenty-sec- Daicfc Pramnt, Rorv O'Moore, LBOJEFKI. hadur. Fetlar'e Pride. BallvhacWe, j today. and 'WIlh hira Creat Cross, Bloodstone, Tbowlpin, "te ln a feff moments tno BLwpipe, Jacobus, and Couviefeull. fc'S steel doors swung open and on His Maiestv's Twelfth Laixer was ot a pile of papers was founri poa's will. It named Chovristl as ex- ecutor and guardian of Jim Pon'fi sons aud awarded him a substantial icratcr.ed ca (he eve oi the race. BOAT RACE TOMORROW part ot.a.good-sized fortune. ChoynBii's act of kiadness to Pou Wa5 iu sending his boys to d Cambridge crews both did light fce SBtti-Xed.ylllg lo CMna, irlc today, in preparation for the an- Later, when Jim Pon became esslqnal roller fkoling champiou of world tonight, when.he won an asy victory over four contestants iu the llnal heat of lha meet which an here a weefe ago. His .time for tie .mile was 3.W3. Clonl prevloualy eld the. tltla of champion of Italy. Tiia contestants finished as tol- OWB: Cloul, Rotllo RjrVheimer, Col- imbus, Ohio-, Rodney Ptterf, Si. xiuls; .Jack Woodworth, Wajhington, ar.d Alilo Jlooro ot Charlevoli, Mich. TIM JORDAN The veteran first baseman of tie N'atlonal and International Leagues who was released from tho Toronto International League teain last season has ?ot the greatest name ea a home-run hltter'of nny player la th Barne, and it was because he showed his desiro to get back to the 'bis Leisue that he was released from Toronto. He Is now trying out with th'o York Giants, aud wlrile-playlng for N'sw York'againEt Waco in an. eihlbltlo game, he played errorless ball at first base beside knocking o'Jl the oniyjiom run of the garce...A3 New York and Toronto practice on the samp ground jnd light blues over the historic Put-1" .and their little child in China, he was ney to ilortiate course. j immigration officials at Cambridge -triill have a record choynsil' ataln cam- to ,n their boat tomorow, aver- JMn agins ajainst Oifords ater-. vjnrt birth and had him age of Ii41hs. Ire-admitted. has arranged: The serious work o! training Is- now over, although both crCTs ffera hf. {Mfr 3ul today practising .atarts. ,0xto.-d ett they have yet attained. critics declare that Camhridgs whl on their form, but a gallant struggle is predicted for the flrel Toronto team. MANSHELD InSTStfC ftaexs BALZAC both UNQUIET .An oflicer or soldier is forbid- den In futute to nsV for as to orders whk'h be may be re- quired to fulfil.' It is the duty ol every uilicer acd soldier, to obey all lawful com- mands given them through the- proper ere caried sit about 16 o'clock, and couilnued hours, if wai deduced this protracted meeting that they found dlfflculllea In Ing the rill IB tbo fd by Ihe blow Riven to H bjr the re- signations of Sir Jolm ftencJi, chief of the genera) >taU, and Liejt.-Gener- >l Sir John Spencer Kwirt, adjutant- geiicral to forces. Tbo two fon- erala today seemed determined not lo withdrew their resignations, as Ibny they JjBd received a In the government's repudiation of tbe guarantees which they save, cither for safeguarding Gougb, regarding lie or to support the civil Ulster, lower in the ordinary execution a! into its duly, or lor tho protection of the lives and property of the Itihibitants case .ot oi the pi-ace. ION! NEW SKATING CHAMP tatian Skater Dtfeatt Four Contest- Iittl In Final Hot "That is au c'ritor issued by tho atuiy'council xcKlay, wiiich has uow leen approved aud which regulates tho cotjdLic.t ar.d discipline of the army in future." ASQUiri! TO KXPLA1N l.ocJoa, March solution ol the difficult problems confronting the Detroit, Mich., March I British governriienl was rcacW at foal of Milwaukee, became Iho Cabinet council this morning. aud- Belfast, Ireland. March fragetlo arson squid fitly today RITCHIE MEETS MUHPHY APRIL 17 San- FranciEW, March Qeording to a wlrd recelvfl ffoin Wllile Rilchle, the chamBl'm, he will reach here on April 4.. The champioii is appearing at .a Detroit theatre this week. Last weet; lo- appeared 'at the Ilayrcarket The- atre In and attracted it.wis aaao'iuced that another ing ot the minister's would discuis lhe luatlfr lelorc Premier Asquith made his appfaranrc in the House oi Count! ens. lobbies oi tbe Houses 01 Par- liament weie. crow'dci! anil many rumors were in circulation. (lOUGli 'llu'lliVlKSS TO LONDON' Dublin. irelaiil. March Hriga- dier- General Hubert (fough, com- mander of Iho third cavalry brigartc, hurriedly, left the Curragh Caiup fo[ London this afternoon. London, March Field Marshal Sir John French, who has tendered his resignation' as liead of tho llritleh Army, was called into tho. meeting of the Cabinet ministers today to dis- cuss his. position with them. At noon. It nnnounce.1 that the statement ou Ihe subject which Pre- mier Asqulth h'ad promised to give to the. House oij.Commons had been poBlponed until five o'clock this after burned down Abbeylsnd', the- tplen- did counlry residence of MaJor-Qen- era! Sir Hush McCtUnoal, near- White Abboy, on Belfast Ixiujh. Tin ho'-ite, although fully furnlsheil, VI'EIK not occupied, except by carriafce-rj. The low Is 176.000. The suffragelles recently Ibreatcued to start war againH tho VJlcter Vii- _. leaders becauae of the refusal of Sir Edward Canon, lo iiipporl the iuffragctlB movemeut. .Tho grounds ot Abbeylands, vhlcb is only four miles from Carrlclcferisijs, Uritlsh army station, have beep used recently for drilling Ulilec UniorLiet voluuteeri. He meets Tommy Murphy i here on April 17. Rift Hard to Repair The session ot the Cabinet Minis ENGLISH UNIVERSITY SPOUTS London, March tJn! verally today won the annual ithlellc coulest atalcit Oxford Unlvertlty by six" events lo four. V. o! Oxford, iron UK 120-yard' hurdlee in iti-5 Mcondl. Havens is from liutsim BruriBWict, N.J. 11. B. Aiklnion, of -Cambridfe, Hi- lly -svbn the half-mile In 1 nlpuU 562-5 seconds. riicc hid betn expected to be lbe cloiut event ol IhB day, bul AlVImon no trouble in defeating the Amorieta Rhodes scholar, Norman S. ot 'Brbwu Unlversily, by twelvs yardB. JiMMY CLABBY PAYS FOR BEATING POLICE With One Thousand Del lari For His Share In Street FI5ht to have Jim Pen's ItttSe grandson Join in cccrdauM vM Jila Poa.s- to bave both Ned YlnB's wife and moth- er care of ia China, -C-1 START NORTH National League Team Will Return Hcme In Two Squads AQUATIC ASSOCIATION PRIZES PRESENTED WELL ATTENDED CONCERT AT NIGHT -Martin, Texas, March New York National leagua team squad broke training camp here today. The teim will return home in two squads, 1 to'know. that-UTeir efforts had tin- ally borne good fruit and the best was yet to come, Honors'e Victort Tho Bowman presented to Mr. T. U. Bldpath.. The cup IB em- blematic ot the all-round points chara- plonshlp, and along with the cup'goes a life-memhershlp association. Second prize In this competition'went lo Mr. R. A. Crawford, who wag lhe recipient of ftn elegant gold given, by Mr. James Aird.' for- the rowing compe- tition was presented' to Mr. Frefr. Uyton; cong, Miss Freeman; orches- who were responsible for the tral selection. Miss Aird, -Mlaaes o: the lake, and then called upon! Tracy, Mr. Scott and-Mr. C. Aird; Commodore D. A. Smith to outline monologue, Mr. Uaer; pong, asiociai.lon's work since birth, and Mr. Kilner; song, Miss Young. God Iho possibilities of the future. Mr. j Save the King. Smith ot tho trials end trihuli-j The Aquatic- assoclatioi, members lions that had bcstt the cffoils of the are grateful to who look part ID asfoclalloa at the slarl, but was plena-1 the programme. fccow the Echeine wtu bo sue- Mr. Ward paid. "I'm sot liacdnj i. thins. I've ejperimented In ray business and it onlr with 'wonderful They knon their share will OB greater If a bljl degree of elfldency apd'. econ- my Is attained. They all work to- ward one standard, with the result that much more Is accomplished Ihan couM otherwise be done." B.C. LACROSSE ASSOCIATION ADMITS VANCOUVER Kew Westminster, B.C., March 26. Vancouver Athletic club waa vdiaitted to roeinberdDin In tho B.C. lAorotift asioclatlon at the annual bieetlai tuld here this afternoon, the thfe .Vancourtrs this privilege ty lictulmo-as rote of the Westminster club dcltgatcn, lbe lurrivow of ths meeting, which will bo held in Cal- gary on Kaater Monday. "Scotty" Matheaon, of the Calgary Calllef, a very good suggestion In the go'lnj on record tfitil slrongly in favor of hating an Inter- mediate provincial championship In addition to the fenlor serlefi. The In hockey nt isnt could he duplicated by the foot- ballers, ths champions of the vnrioun dlvlilpns pitying In and finals for the provincial title. Mr. Matheson euggeats the Wilow- ins divisions ct th9 province: dltlrlct, Hc-d Edmonton district, mlnBter district, Crow's Xest district, ftod poFsihly the Crow's Kest ard Medicine fntermedlate Edmonton, High River, Xocky Motiv lain nod OEelcben. SHAMROCK FOOTBALL CLUB ORGANIZED A large and enthusiastic gathering jsr.d R. W. Ixing, O.i'.it. freight agt-nl ol Irishmen was held last nisht In the and Thomas of tho Western new Wesley Hall, when tho Shamrock'Transfer Co., vice-presidents, 'Al Football club was organised. John1 liitcntling mcmbGrs ploaao corornunl llorat, of tho firm of Campbell, Wll- calo wllh the Secretary, .1. Moohey Homo was elected Thlrteenlh street South. DANNY MAHER TO, QUIT TURF OPENING OF American Jockey Has Retiri Decided to Ixmdori, March Maher, the American jockey, who has Just re- covdred from a long illceis, has de- cided to retire from tho turf. The Evealng News nays that hh physi- cians asserted It would be tbngerouK for him to train THE FEDERAL LEAGUE MO., March 13 was decided on as the opening da; of Ihe federal league, and lhe pro- gramme wli! probably he ae. follows: Chicago at St. ISrooklyn at Pltlsburg. IndlanapolM'nl Kansan ciiy. Uuffalo nl Your Easter. Suit. Satur- day at the Semi Ready store Sec what you can buy Saturday at the Semi Keady store. Your, choice of my entire stock of-Suits ranging iu price from to the first four Siut-s sold Salurclny for And any Suit after at a special discount of 25% off. So buy your Easter Suit on Salunlny. Special No. 2 I Imvc also decided to -handle "no more Shoes. I have some nice Palenl, Boots and Low. Shops in tan and black, liotlr button and Inc'fl in nearly all sizes. These goods wei'c worth in tlic regular way froiii to' Satur- day you choice of stock foi Special No. 3 I will also sell any stiff cnfl' Shirt in the house, Snturdiiy-only ni 90c each. These goods arc nil new, regular to 9OcEach Only .1 pair io a customer. Special No. 4 T have a lot of nice Tweed Hats worth in tlio regular way from to Saturday special Each THE SEMI-READY STORE S. C. BATEMAN ;