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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta riTE'LETHBKTDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, May 1912. A.tli THE LOCAL AND-WORLD'8 FOREMOST EVENTS INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL LEAGUE OF FOUR TEAMS i City League Executive Met Last Night and Decided to Open Senior Schedule May '14, Week Later Than First (Announced At i meeliut, of Ule Football On account o( the bill park being Uagui. held in the Halhs hotel list next the whole of the Hit Callus Overseas ind s 0 each enteved a team in the la tTmediate League, Hit A Mt A had prenoibli signi fiu'd their intention of eiitciing thus S. 0. E. WANTS GAME CH'TSlnE VICTORIA DAY The S. 0. E; Football Club of Lethbridge .would like to arrangr an out of-town game lor Kay 31th, write C. AVcst- (i25 Dtli St. DEAJHtOTHE o. as Qn been put (or een wit first Lame taking Ma, s aE. v, DISTrtlfM VAGUE It that the City Lea- njikint; >A. league JQ date. gin- uouid. not.-enter a team in the Ibis n a in the ughtTdirectior District league, hut in order that and will tht. quahtv iLotabrjdufr In, rtprcsented, per- ball in thib ciU inven to individual The neccsbau prutice that tlie c ''vb games uill invohe dereloR the placets ind bring forth material thit will -.oon fce spottid the semoi clnls A committee of-three has breii ippoiatci. to "iraw up -ralet, etc alid. report neit Thursdn Vm other' wish u> enter. TJieJQDtuall trophies that have been put up ire. jty championship. I District champion- for Generosity of Mr, Eckstorm thlhs wishing to enter are adused to irnd at, once to this l-ontoall _Uf1gue, ure 01 JJcranI I championship. Chant) cham- jdonship, tnteuiiediatf -1 hampionship Trophy DETROIT TIGERS ON-THE TOBOGGAN 'Much Interest tie sli ing that nill he mafia In the Detroii In the American League r this That the Tigers not C the once powerful Rggregntion tlJej A ere is apparent "of feobb ard Crawford the team t to tft a ordinarj one East season the Detroits .seciirecKa, .the -smri arm n as II it'WOuld the- pennant, But Vthletics not to1 he denied.' 'men did not get a'-very good.start, but ther calibre fold In the long run and once thej gained the upper hand of th'c Tiger dra.u steadilj aj and 01 about as they pleised Tin the Timers did not the Jump on' the RB they did last.year and Jt of many of those uho wise, to the game t bat the team will, be if it lands in third place The Boston Red Sox look to bft atronger than the Detroits and are picked (io'heat them out in the -face honors Managei Hughey Jen- nings doee not bhare the view of eome his team is going says tiiat the Tigers wil lie in fight to the h t ind thit he. ind all or me ot teams kuow that thev Iwen a fight-before the sei on end Jen ingR'claims that his eteran are in igt afc good hape a tbev were and that his pitching tiff ha been tered up to the "acqui ition of e, of high cla s Pay Day Specials BUCHAN'S Foi Satin day find Monday e rue ofteinig cxcepliona! linigama in lines of oui laige and complete stock ol ifEN'S WEI4.E, and will not last long al these piices it will bo fo mteiest to hi on hand mid ypt 3rovus Yon s 3-pioce iSiuts, up to 50, .01 onh Alms Shoes im Bih Oveialls in stnpp .mfl black elastic M 25, i01 Sods, lemilar Ijc ,'lor 25c. Shuts, ipsuiki M 00 toi only 75C. A shipment ol nmbiellas ]iist to t, "Wiitcjpiool KamroaLb, Irom S8 00 up, BUCHAN The Men's Man 406 Fifth St Next to Bryan Block Rochon' Sporting Editor. Lethbrldge Herald: Dear football, frater- nity of the city have good reason of tlie. position the has arrived at, when three .leagues can be formed lu a city cf this size, to say nothing of the district. If present arrangements carry, and there is 110 doubt they will, we shall have soccer galore: the first ami second divisions of the City league, and the schools league, which seems bound to ma- terialize. But while congratulat- ing ourselves, we should 'not lose sight of the man who has made this state of affairs possi- ble: I refer lo Sir. C. J. Eck- storm, who has so often shown his Interest in snort ot all kinds, and has now informed the City league that they are welcome (o use the Athletic Park for all their games, and uo recompense asked Generosity like this Is.bound to have a good' effect on the games played, and the hearty thanks of the league are accord- ed to Mr. Eckstorm for his inter- cut, -i uurs truly P. T. ROBINS. Pres. City Football League. Club "Formed 'to Glorify the Deeds of French "Jesse James" Paris, May extraordinary club, lionnotlst society, lor the automobile anarchist, .has been. I'oniMd Jiere. Tils object'of tho club Is llonnot, wh stole automobiles and murdered ;polic men and detectives. His adralrei shout "Long-live Death t tho Tlio club sings a'sons, 'mocking th police, somewhat like' tliat tho British Islos its "Tho Peeler am "Friends of Honnot'are-'d reeling preternatural hatred agalus tho pojlce. Yesterday the- magistrate condemned three anarchists to prlsoi for shouting 6'n the boulevards, "Lout Live The terms of impris ouuleut .3, and.6 mouths. The anarchists' committee memorize and repeat tlonnot's last will and tes lament, which runs as follows: "I am a celebrity. Flauio tlion tru'm- MIS, -my1 name to the four corners of :he elobe. The publicity around my lerson must render jealous those who ake trouble to secure notoriety ind fall. Do I regret what 1 have done? Yes, perhaps; but if I could lontlnue, in spite of my regrets, I vouW continue. 1 must live my life. I Lave a right to live.- Every man has right to lite, and as your-Imbecile rimlnal society presumes to forbid le, so much the worse." The millionaire anarchist, Froinen- :n, is leading the movement for the lorification of- Bouupt. The anar- lists ass-emble in Fromentiri's villa' Chicago t Choisy le Roi, twenty miles from j Cleveland Complete Supply House COMPOUNDS for ouch iiartfyiUuv'iCOndltions HYDRAT1TE. Tho Integral method of cement' moriiir.- Tho water repelling 'agent, s DEHVDRATINE; J'lnatlo Waterprooflng'tor tuasonai-y, etc, made' ly six tor different co'iulltlbus. 30NDSIT. scientific method for 'providing a bond bo- old tiuid new concrete.' .i': 5YMENTRIN. Flat, 1 washable Interior walla and .'ellngs. iYMENTRF.X. Klnis of Cement Coatings lor exterior surfaces lud.conorotojloors. Large supply carried in 'stock. Writb or'phono for prices Mine Mill Builders Contractors, Supplies and Machinery The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. Phone 1044 312-4th Street. South. Results of Games Standings Today Chicago, .New York, and Detroit were tlio winners in the Am- AllUOllill eriean yeslenlay, the .standing golilB Cincinnati inehanged. I ii B Oincinnatl, Boston, Plttsburg and 'nosion N'ew York won .in tlio National. Pitt fhii-Vo Jiirg wont. 1111 into fourth place with Jhlcago, Urooklyn taking .a drop. ,f The Toronto team so far Is provhi, Pnihnoi i_ disappointment in'the International Testerday the Leafs put up a mo.1' lismal exhibition against I3sUhnore nd thereby go down another notch 'oronto and Montreal are in the A.11IC11C.111 nth and eighth place respectively. 11 HI aris. called Her! Nest." F-rom- ntin is supposed to have gone to Mor- eeo -to found, an anarchist hich will be called the Red Nest No. American 6 to 5 Boston Boston......040 000 Oil l t'ashlngton .v 130 010 5 7 i Hall and Nunamaker; Brown and leni-y... 3 to 1' Chicago ..'001 200 3 C 000 000 1 bt Louis S' 10 .800 II WO .-I2S Ire fb'u'd "of can have- thonfi to-day at jforiy con'Ui iipleqa.' SpinnBh two pounds 30c eacli.-.-'iSti-aWbufrJeB lire' declining.In'price and nlft sollinn 19- day at'30'cents a': pint li'dx No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern Nortliern' No. -I No. 5 NO. c No. l Alberta Hed.. No. ,2 Alberta lied''. No1. 3 Alberta Red No. Alberta Hod No. B 'Alberta Ited V No, u Alberta lied Barley, -No: 3 No. .1 Bran, per. .ton Shorts, jper.-ton Oats, per ton, sacked..... 28.00 Rolled ontu 29.00 Butter and Eggi: Dairy butter........... oijo' 0.81 0.70. O.pa O.Jt; 0.7B D.14 51.01) Creamery butter Eggs, fresh Vegetables: Potatoes, per cwt. Potatoes, per ton Heets, per Ib. j Carrots IS Turnips Chicago Boston Wjxshington Plilladolplila !leveland Detroit St. Louis New York 11 10 S 8 10 i.0 4 10 il 3t ;oo .41? 3H pt b pei Ib PAPKE BEAT AN EASY MAEI York. Mar Papbe, c rmer champion, tically knocked out Hilly heitcli, a 'onner New York policeman, m the second round of was scheduled to IJR a ten-round ;hout, at. the Na- tional Spouting club here tonight. It was Leitch's first fight as a" proie; sinna.LJ3oth.mcii weighed in at J.63: pound; Ihe moment tin, men quired oEV Papkc ru heri Leitch to cor ner and diove a hard right to the head. Leitch fpll to one knee ami Kfahbed the rope to him He got .up, hut Papke was all over him and hortH refore Ihp hell pipio again floored the former with a right Leitch n-as -still groggy when the .smarted, and after he was. knocked down four times hi; seconds threw up the ponge WtLLi English Lightweight Champion Match- ed to Meet'Toronto Boxer Walsh, Lange-aiid and Easterly. 11 to.5 New York New York1.. ;000 421 12 1 Philadelphia ..'00-1 100 5 10 5 Vaughan, Hoi'f, Quiun and'Street; Morgan, Danforth and Thomas anil 1 St. Association 5 to 2 Louisville Ulock; Knhler, Lonisuile OiO 000 Minneapolis 000.'Oil 4 Spencer Patterson Egan. 1 to 0 Detroit Detroit.......100 000 G St. Louis 000 000 0 a 1 .Worfcs and. Bailey, Lake and Kritchel. Lauderalilk and Owens 8 St. Paul Indnnapolis 0 0 000 1 10 Paul inn -sim m n Web and Clirl e Leioj 1ml Mur Callage, ner Ib. per pound Parsnips, per 'pound Cattle on the Hoof; Steers per pound Cow, per pound Dressed, per pound Sheop; per .cwt. Dressed, per cwt HogG Dressed, per Ib. L' net cwt Poultry tteeae live 1urkeys Fowl Ducks hay CulthatPd. hay in bulk Hides reen per Ib Xational 10 to 0 Cincinnati SI loin's 000 000 044 Cincinnati -----'410 000 15 0 Harmon and Wingo; and McLean. 11 to 7 Boston Boston......11-10 001 1-1 4 Brooklyn 004 000 i e'sr io-' A1" an v of the English i lightweight champion, announce-d to-! day that Wells had been matched to meet Milliard -Lang at the New Stad-, 21st and would le e New 1 ork hortlv to. begin training for the Toronto match. McDonald also issued a statement, yaying that-he was "not surprised .at Wells' putting up such a poor show ing on Friday" when Wells met Pack- ey JIcFarland, McDonald said that Wells wi to hive met lick Cira> in Roch" ter on 4pnl 11 ind igam in PittBburg on Atril but that-.Carey wired and said that "Plttsburg hndj w.rea and called their bout off Mea 010 m 201! 000 h to 1 Cclunibus 100 100 0 Ml -ukee 000 000 1 Parker ind Smith SUpmck and Scnlk 3 to 1 Toleuo Oil 000 I t, Kaubi Citv 000 000 t PI intl Powell amhO Connoi iSueLP pUt each nlb Shearlings t j Hor e hides grec i BriTin Hogi; ind Goud; I Hini Spokan estorn Vancouver........ ji Portlfind.............. 5 Gevvais and Lewis; Veasey Horse hides dr .40 'to -i60 0.30 1.85 to 27.00 to 38MO PJffc 0.3% o.iji 004 01 003' 0.11 012 009 014 OIS2 016 008 to DOS to oouy Oio to ctjs 0 25 to 0 7fi "o to 0 rO to 0 60 1W to 200 1 00 to 17a ft ginin mar ft ere Close 103% 101% liwrfc Schardt, Yingling and Envju and 'Hig gins 6 to 0 Pittsburg Pittsbnrg 112 000 (i 11 1 Chicago 000 000 051 "O'Toble aiid" Gibson; Jlclntyre, Rue] o ch ind Archer 6 to 4 New York while Wells had signed to meet Pack- ey, and was left no time to g-e't 'a fight before- tue nmtch, although Boilings Wells' tralne'r, wanted Well'3 to have policeman a couple of lights before meeting Me- Farland. Moore and Graham Myera and Wilson. Tesrean and SIX CLUBS IN IT Winnipeg, is a pos-1 Blbility that the new, central inter- national baseball togue'will be a six club organization. This morning the following telegram received bj President' Blackburn from Porks, N, D. 'Grand Forks, May Grand Fork; Is ready to come in, how about Bran Winnipeg Is willing to help the wheat city out by -turning over several players to facilitate matters QUERRIE. WILL STAY WITH TORONTO CLUB 'It will take the city of Vancouver with a fence around it, to get me away from Charlie Querrie in regard to .the offer from the coa t I am per omlly interested m the Tecu nsen cljb tontui nil Queine, nnd I have sent back jt ._ to the coast 4 Close CALLS TIGHT SKIRTS A CRIME' German Scienti t Says They Make Women Knock Knetd Ntu York' Alav Jllle sheal-h kirt and sijnilar fashion atrocities' ,01 rteent date are di cus ed it length In an article which Dr. Karl Francke. the eminent Oermpn scientist, has conttlbutcd to a Munich medical pub litltlon The heath skirt he ijs is ruining, female figures, stunting de- and pioduclng a race of knock Kneed women The doctor the, limbs cannofc. :be straight unless the nm lie- lie allowtfd' evercl e which is only possible with wide whirls. The time must come; says Dr. FriincKo. when it -will be. a crime to wear tigllt skirts. OLD TIME M. P. DEAD Dr. D. W. Carroll tor nearly, fifty vears practicing at ingersbH, dled'sud doiily while on a business visit in tlio lown. BLACKSTOCK MAY OET'.IT' Geo. Talc Ultidkstpck, K. ,C., may bs iffered tho chairmanship of tlv3 public icrvlce commission, when1 It la vacated ii' Morine. ;