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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta J?age 6 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MoiidJi:^', May 5,1013 ORGiED DISTRICT FOOTBALL Split in Two Divisions-Leth-bridge Will Have a Team in Both FOOTBALL OPENING OMORROW NIGHT Two football organizations came to life on ?;a1urtla> ni�*it at the football nteeting in tiie Y. M. ('. A- The Soutliern Alberta Football As sociation and tiw District Leagup �nerc reorganized 1o nm in conjunction with one onotlier The association will be over the district, city and Sundar school leagues, and �ill settle all minor difli-ciilties and dispuifs The ollicers elected were : W Steveus. president,  W. Raisbeck, viw-president ; J. Hax-' ton, secretary-treasurer ; honoiary ])atrons, Messrs .Isiiies Ashcrofti. Kobt. Patterson. M.l'.P , Hon. A. .1. McLean, .M.r.F.. Dr. Stewart. M. ]M' , \V. Salvage, of Grassy Lake, and A. C. Rawonh. Delegates present were : H. Gurr. I.eihbridge ; Mr. Gilmore. Sunday ! s--hool league , W. Raisbeck, Grassy Lake, and J. Shaw, .Macleod. A motion was passed to notiiy Hcdicine Hat, Tabcr, Raymond, Cardston, i\tagralh and Pincher t reek, that an association had been formed, and requtst the support and entry of teams from them. Urassv Lake asked for a game on -May 24 th. The District League will comprise all the towns fron. Medicine Hat to I'incher (."reek, and south to Cards-ton, it the towns on the south biranch can be induced to join. Last year thu league was made uu j of only one division, hi  plans were : made at Saturday ni . s meefng looking to the format.m of thre; divisions. The towns from Medicipc Hat to Lcthbridge will comprise the Eastern division, from Lethbridge to Pincher Creek, the western, and Leth-bndge to Cardston, the southern. This plan will eliminate much unnecessary travelling expense, and the winners in each division will play o!I for the championship. Lethbridge will have two t^?ams, { one plaj'ing east, the other west. j Officers elected were : President, AV". Kyle, Macleod ; first vice-president, Chr.s. Gibson, Lcthbridge ; sec- I Olid vice-presidenl, W. Rai.sbeck, Grassy Lake ; !�;cretary-trcasurer, J. Haxton, Lethbridge. | \ committee on schedules was ap- ' pointed, and they will get to work at once to formulate a suitable schedule. W. Stevens presided at the meeting. LOCAL DOGS AT WINNIPEG SHOW E P. Tuson's English bulldog, "Lady Valeria" and J. K. Lannard's "Silver Rival" have been sent to Winnipeg for the iumual Dominion show of the Western Canada Kennel club, vphioh opens tomorrow. Mr. Tuson's Lady Valeria cleaned up on all the Winnipeg dogs at the show here, and it is thought that she will repeat the performance in Winnipeg. Silver Rival took a second at the Lethbridge show. These dogs arc in charge ol J. E. Fletcher, the well-known handler. The deferred opening of the senior city league football schedule tal'ing hint from being scored upon. Lewi.s was spiked when caught off first base and retired. Boston............... 1 i 2 Washington............ 3 S 1 BedioJit and Cady; Engel, Johnsou and Alnsmlth. "J Xatioiiai W. L. Chicago ................ 13 7 Philadelphia ............ S 4 Brooklyn ............... 9 7 St. Louis .............. 11 8 New York ............. 8 7 Pittsburg ............... 10 9 Boston .................. 1 11 Cincinnati ............. i It P.C. .650 .667 I .563; .579 .533 .336 .1:67 .223 i CHICAGO \V1N"S WEIRD GAME Detroit, May 3. -- After crashing through Detroit's defense repeatedly to scotc runs only to have the locals come back and tie the coimt, Chicago, in the wildest, weirde-st game played here this season, finally found a way to victory in the eleventh inning. The score was 6 to 1. Chicago.............. 6 C 2 Detroit............... 4 fl 3 Henry, Russell and Schalk; Hall, House and Stanage. American Philadelphia ............ 12 3 .800 Washington ............ 10 4 .714 | Cleveland .............. 12 6 .667 Chicago ................ 13 8 .619 j Boston ................. 8 11 .421 St. Louis ............. 9 13 .408 ' Detroit ................ 6 14' .300 I New York ............. 3 14 .176 HIT ON THE HEAD BY PITCHED BALL NEW ENGLAND LEAGUE PLAYER IN DANGER OF LOSING HIS LIFE Lawrence, Mass., May 3. - Louis Cortney, shortstop of the Lawrence club ot the New England League, w'as on the dangerous list at the I^awr-ence General hospital tonight as a result of being hit on the forehead by a swift inshoot from the hand of Pitcher Lee, of Portland, in today's game. Cortney was knocked unconscious. He was revived after he had been taken to the dressing room, and seemed to be recovering, from the the blow, but later he grew rapidly worse and wad removed to the'hospital. The physicians fear that his skull i;-. fractured. CLEVELAND TRIMS ST. LOI'IS St Louis, .\l,iy 3.-Cleveland won from St. Louis here today, 11 to 8, making the series three to one in Cleveland's favor. The game included everything ine the baseball category from a home run to the ejection of a player from the game. St. Lou's used four pitchers, Stone alone proving eficrtive. St. Louis hit Cleveland's pitchers hard. Cleveland .............11 11 3 St. Louis.............. S 13 3 Basjiette, W. .Mitchell and Carisch: HamlHon, Adams, Allison. Stone and Agiiew. National RUCKER. WINS FRO.M BRAVJiS Brooklyn, May Nap Rucker notched his first victory In four attempts on Ebbett field this season, whan he boat Boston. 4 to I, today. The visitors worried ihi' star lefthander from start to finish, getting men oti toases in all but two innings, but he was given sensational support at critical points, e.xcept in the fourth, when a fujnl)le by Sieng'^1 helped in the only Boston tally. Boston.............. 1 S 3 Brooklyn.............. 4 7 2 Gervais and Whaling; Rucker and Miller. m ^ 1' BE N THE LEACy BEST OF FORMER YEARS' PLAYERS NOT AVAILABLE IS THE REASON LOCAL PRICES Graltia and Provisions Prices uald farmer?: No. 1. iSbrtherii .............. No. 2. Northern .............. No. S. Northern .............. No. 4. Northern ............... No. 6. Norlhorn .............. Ko. 1. Rod .................... No. 2 Rod .................... Ko. 3. Red .................... No. 4. Red .................... No. I Timothy, per ton ........ No. 1. Blue .lolnt, per ton ..... A Hal la, No. 2, per ton ..........$ Prairie ................................ Uviin .................................... Shorts .............................. No 1 Seed Oats ............... 74 71 67 63 58 74 71 67 63 $lf. $14 11.00 19.00 21.00 22.00 GIAjN'TS L03EI TO PHILLIES Philadelphia, .May .1.--Magee's sls-gle and steal of second, and Luder-us' double, which scored the former,' after two men were out in the ninth j inning, gave Philadelphia the victory over New York today, by to 2. New York............ 2 3 1 Philadelphia.......... 3 6 1 Mathewson and .Meyers; Wilson, Chalmers and KUlifer. HudBDii's Bsy Co. PHONE 613-WINE DEPT. FIN SHOWED HEELS TO COMPETITORS NBIW YORK ERRATIC New York, May 3.-The Philadel-'' phias again defeated the New York .�\mericans today, the score being 8 to 6. Schulz, the first New York pitcher, twirled a great game, but received miserable support. The locals delighted a big crowd with their playing in tlie fir.st four innings, but went to pieces in the fifth. Sweeney's work particularly wa-s poor, the visitors stealing .seven bases. Houck, who was knocked oit the slab yesterday, was treated the same way today. Bush, who pitched the last seven innings for Philadelphia, was strong until the ninth, when with two out, he walked Stump and Caldwell, and Daniels scored the pair with a triple. Bush then struck out Chas. Philadelphia............ S 11 0 New York ............ 6 8 2 Houck, Bush and Thomas; Schultz, Keating, Kleppfer and Sweeney, MADE GOOD TIME AGAINST ADVERSE CONDITIONS IN 15-MILE RUN New York. May 5 -Wm. Koleh-mainen, the Kinni.sh piol'essional runner, easily outstripped eight other contestants in a la-mile professional race at Celtic I'ark, Long Island, yesterday in the teeth of a strong wind and on a track that was onlv fairly good. The winner's time, 'which was 1:20:14, was remarkably fast, considering the restraining breeze, and Kolehmaincn, under favorable conditions would undoubtedly have bettered the time. DETROIT WINS Chicago, May 4.-Easterly's error enabled Detroit to ' check Chicago's winning streak today, and the visitors won, 2 to 1. A singlo, a sacrifice and a triple gave the visitors their first run, and a single following a fielder's choice. In which Easterly threw wild to Lord in an attempt to catch Crawford between home and third, brought in another run. Score: Detroit............... 2 8 0 Chicago............... 1 C 2 Dubiic and H. Stanage; Whlto, Laoge and Easterly. REDS WXDN WITH EASE Chi-ca^o, May 3.-Cincinnati batted Overall and Lavender opportunely and scored an easy victory over Chicago in the final game of the series today, 9 to 4. Clark-j made four hits in as many times at tat, driving in five runs. Egan made three do'iMes and a sin-,Tle, and forced a man out in five times at 'bat, scoriag four runs tor lis team. Cincitinatl............ 913 0 Chicago......u....... 4 9 0 Benton. Suggs and Clarke; Overall, Lavender and Archer. Theodoi'e Goulatt (a right hand pitcher Boeurod from th� New York Glanta. He and Demai^e were the best recruits John MoQraw had this spring. Qoulalt was With tha Marion Club last year, of the Ohio State league, and was their leading pitcher. (Special to The Herald) Taber, May ti.-Taber will not enter a team in tho District Baapball League, Including Lethbi-ldgo and other Cro'w's Nest line towns. Most of '^abe^'g good players are not available this year, and a team capable of holding up the reputation gained by tho Club In the pa?t two years Is out of the quefitloil with the mulerinl on hand, and It has been rieoldod not to enter a team from hero at the lengue meeting la Lethbridge on Wednesday evening. NATIONALS BEAT INTERNATIONALS BalUmoro, May 4.-The New Y'ork OlantB defeated the Baltimore Inter-natlonalB nt Back River today, 7 to 1. GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES PIRATES BBAT^N'BY CARDINALS Pittsburg, May*^.-Poor fielding by Plttiiburg and the eaty manner in which St. Louis Collected hits oft of O'Toole, made it f&i-ee out ot four for the visittws today. Kotietchy starred at bat. Pittsburf"hit"Steele hard in the first two innings, and Harmon j took his place In the third and held things nicely. St. Louis............... 614 2 Pittsburg.............. 311 0 Steele, Harmon-iand McLean; O'- ToQie, Robinson a^A Simon. CANADIAN TENNIS EXPERT LEAVES FOR ENGLAND H, G. Hayes of Winnipeg Off to Compete In Davis Cup Matches Lager Beers Drewry'� Ale per doz. $1.50 Budwei^er per doz. $2.00 Schlitz per doz. $2.00 Lethbridge Beer at Btrewery Prices iis� Winnipeg, May 4.-H. G. Hayes, the Winnipeg tennU expert, and a member of the Canadian team to play in the Davis Gup matches, left tonight for England, to compete tor the world's tennis Lojiors. He Is in splendid shape, and hopes to get considerable practice before playing the first matfcb against South Africa. HITS OPPORTCNELY St. lx)uis. May 4.-Hitting the ball when hits meant runs gave the St. Louis a victory over Cleveland, 4 to 3. Score: Cleveland.............. 3 9 S St. Louis............... 4 5 1 W. Mitchell, Steena and Land: Baumgartner and Agnew, Alexander. TOTAL OP THIRTY-TWO HITS. Chicago, May 4.-Chicago lost the farewell game prior to their departure for a long eastern trip today, when the St. Louis team hatted the ball for a total of twenty hits, and won, 10 to 8, after thirteen Innings. Score: St. Louis............. 10 20 0 Chicago.............. 8 12 2 Perritt, Sallee, Willis, Gathers, Con-etchy and .McLean; Ritchie, Humphries and Archer. ADAMS THE TOHOiLB SHOW Cincinnati, May 4.-^Adams and Fromme took part In a groat pitchers' battle loday, the former gaining the decision, and Pittsburg defeating Cincinnati by a score of 1 to 0. Only three hits wi?re made during the game, Adam.s allowing two of these and Promme ono. It so happened that Adams obtained the only hit that w-as made off Fror.ime, a triple that followed closely on a base on balls ana thus enabled tfie Pirates .to get the only run. Score; Pittsburg............ 1 1 0 Cincinnati............ 0 2 1 Adama and Kelly; Fromme and Clarke. International CaNTiElSTS L.AOKBD CLASS '"oronto, May 3.-"The Leafs and Ute Birds spilt a double-header today. There was little class to cither game. The scores: Baltimore............' 8 12 1 Toronto.............. 4 12 1 Roth and Egan; Brant, Goulalt, Herbert and Graham. Second game: BaltimorB............... 1 7 4 Toronto ............... G 10 1 Smith, DanfoTth, Johnson and Ber-geh; Hearne and Bemis. Newark............... 6 12 0 Rochester............... '.J 8 0 Caskeli, Ensman and Higglns; Keote and Jacklltsch. Newark............... 1 3 1 Rochester.............. 8 10 2 Shact, Barger and Hlggins; Hughes and Jacklltsch. Montreal .............. 1 1 0 Jersey City .1'........... 2 6 2 Smith and Burns; Doesoher and Crisp. Buffalo.............. 6 8 0 Providence............. 2 6 3 Holmes and Lalonge; Mitchell and Kocher. Sunday Games Jersey City, May 4.-Montreal grabbed today's game from Jersey City, giving the Royals three out o� tour played. Score:  Montreal.........5 9 o Jersey City............. 5 9 0 Dale, Masson and Madden; Vie-bach, Thompson and Crisp. Providence ............ 7 11 0 Buffalo............... 0 4 0 Reisgle and Onslow; Frill, Cadore and Lalonge. Association Saturday's Games Minneapolis..........10 11 0 Toledo............... 1 C 3 Morldge and Smith; CoUomore and LlvtngfBton. Kansas City ........... 0 4 .1 Columhus.............. 8 9 0 Zaibel and Krltchell; McQuillan and Smith. St. Paul............... 5 9 3 Louisville..............10 14 3 Gardner and Jamos; Northrup and Clemons. Milwaukee............ 2 6 4 Indianapolis............ 2 i:! 2 Dougherty and MarBhall; Harrington and Clare. (Tie called in fourteenth Inning.) Sunday Games Indianapolis........... 7 10 4 Milwaukee.............. 3 5 2 Schardt and Clark; Slapnlki, Noel and Hughes, Marshall. Louisville.............. 1 3 2 St. Paui............... 9 10 2 Karger and .^. Her; Powell, R. demons, Northrup and V. Clemons. Toledo..............'. 8 13 2 Minneapolis............ G G 1 Henderson and Livingston; Young, Omatead, Hogue, Burns and Smith. Columbus .............. 4 5 2 Kansas City............ 1 C 2 Cole and Smith; Morgan and O'Connor. NO WINNIPEG MARKET TODAY Winnipeg, Alay :")--Today i.i .\rhor Day and tlir Winnipeg Cfrain i-Jx-change is closed. following arc the .Vniorican quota-l.un^j  Minneapolis Wheat- Open Close May ....................... 87 li 871 .Inly ......................... 90 89i Sept.......................... HOJ 90-i- Chicugo . :^l;iy ............... 91 90J .Inly .......................... ill noj Sept........................ 90 i 901 OUR BROOMHALL LETTER Liverpool (BTOomhall), May 5.-Tlio innrkr! opened with moderate realizing, duo (o the favorable American crop advices, and 'a bettor political outlook, witli pricas % to M lower. Following the opening there was freo covering, and prices advanced lU to %, with May leading the advance. World's shipments lighter, with n comparatively small percentage to tho United Kingdom, and an expected Inrse docroaso on passage with lociil BtockB here docreasing. Russian ail--vices less fnvorable, and Plate offers firmer, with Buenos Ayres' close veiy firm. At 1.30 p.m. the market was steady^ unchanged to % higher than Saturday. Russia-In the \oIga region ihe spring croiis hsive suffered damage from freezing n'.ul the weather is now unseasonably cold. In the south and in Rouinanla rain is wanted. LONDON BOND MARKET Lonrioi). .May ,5.-Following arc the n.iiotations of active provincial and municipal debentures: Province of British Columbia, 1917, �Wi per cent., 101-103. Hamilton, 1934, 4 per cent., 89-9!. Montreal permanent, 3 per cent., 70-72. Vlclorltt, sterling debentures, 1920-CO, 89-91. Winnipeg, 1914, per cent., 99-101. NO CHANGE IN CATTLE PRICES Liverpool, May 5.-John Rogers K, Company, cable that there is still no change in the market for cattle at Birkeniiend, and Sa'curday's prices aro well maintained today. NOTICES Northern Saturday Games St. Paul 7, Winnipeg 6. Winona 6, Diiluth 2. Minneapolis G, Grand Forks 0. Superior 8, Virginia 1. Sunday Games Uuluth �, Winona ti. Superior 3, Virginia 1. .MlnneapoliB 9, Grand Forks 1. OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL Ijondon, May 4.-The Northern League final rugby resulted in a win for Huddersfleld over Wigan by a 29 to 2 score. In the Belfast Charily Cup semifinal, Linfiold defeated Cliftonville, 3 to 1, while Glentoran lost to Belfast Celtic, by a 1 to 2 score. Nortlnwestern Sunday Ganfies Portland 4, Tacoma 0. Victoria 2, Vancouver o. Seattle G, Spokane 4. Saturday Games Vancouver 3, Victoria 3. Seattle IJ, Spokano 2. Tacoma 7, Portland 0. THE S. O. E. TEAM The following Is the team elected to represent the S. O. E. in the scheduled match against the Overseas on Tuesday: Hawkins, Holberton, Frier, Chlswick, Firth, Hall, Jackson, Gallagher, Jordan, Bestwick. Dress in the hall at 6 o'clock sharp. OVERSEAS LINE-UP The following players are requested to turn out for the match with tho Sons oi: England tomorrow night; - Hewitt, Patterson, Home, Ness, Million, Shaw, BunncrnKin, Cauldwell, Brown, McMillan, Urennan, Simm uuu Turner. All players are requested to be ut the Ball park ;it G.15 sharp, as fines aro now exacted from teams lor late starts. The team will be chosen on the ground. AQUATIC MEETING TUESDAY Tho Aquatic lub will meet tomorrow night at 8 p.m. In J. B. Wllkle's office in the Hull Block. All members are requested to attend as important business in connection with the summer's plans nt Henderson park, will be taken up. CHEW WON RACQUET CHAMPIONSHIP �Philadelphia, May 3.-"Jock" Sou-tar, of Philadelphia, today won a professional racquet championship of the world' *by defeating Chas. Williams of England, the title holder at the Rac-qaet Club, MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO, Quebec i ; : : Winnipefl MAKE GOOD .MATCH Leo Kosslck Has Been Booked to Meet Mickey Mclntyre at Saskatoon Saskatoon, May 4.-MI<:key Mclntyre, the Nova Scotian, 'who defeated Billy Griffiths, of Cincinnati, at Calgary on Tuesday, hsis been 'matched with Leo KosElok, for a fifteen-round bout here on May 16. Kossick aind Mclntyre have met three times. On the first occasion Mclntyre was the victor, while Kossick won via the foul route the second time. The third bout was a good draw. Tommy Bu-nia will referee the bout. Th^t P8i8cint)itiiig.Fitsyor. that you get in "Flor de Claro" Cigars is the result of 20 years experience in blending Havana tobaccos. In "Flor de Claro", you get the sweet, rich, mellow flavor of the choicest Santa Clara tobacco-but none of the heavy, bitter taste of ordinary Cuban cigars. "Flor de Claro"- Is A Elena To Please The Popular Tasfe It is a delightfully mild, yet satisfying cigar-a fine looking cigar-and a generous sittote for the money. The flavor will certainly appeal to you. Aak your cigar man for "Flor de Claro". J. BRUCE PAYNE UMITEO. - GRANBY, P.Q. f he Asf as you omoke a "rior dc Clnro". Wc ore (jivln? nw.-iy $1,000. in muh to I lii; clKiir Biiiokcra of Albertu, AUiininum la^�-�Lainp-'l j.v:. inu�l J15.-arc- rolJed* lu "I'lor clc Cliirij". T)n;i;<- UicH will hs rcdcemcil by yo\ir (lealijr, Wulcli Ihe nkh uk you smoke. f 76 8292?16824586? B1-+?C ;