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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBRIPGI! DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, MAY PAGE FIVE Football Season in Full Swing Here Now---S. 0. E. Held Dinners Down in first Half Elut Faded. I-, L Considerably in Second Session t re of the a II ckson and Barri Kullop an Tasterlj t 'Hat Medicine Hat, Alta, Mas Bma took the i opening from "ledicinc Hat, bs a score of 1 to nil Both teams plajed m mid season illO thp.SOO were on edge contlnualll Regina made the Onl) taPi} In the seventh when Morsa on second muffed a hot 'grounder The 'Ilafters outfoHed He cum but Butteroff W at critical tjmes, and hilil perlect sup port Score Medicine Hat 052 ReRiua land and Blis nott Cleveland Kansas Citi .1 Louisville Minneapolis Indianapolis'-. PauV SPEARMINT bush. It's Dame Nature that gives this tidbit its cooling, refreshing benefits. She causes the pure, natural mint leaf flavor that's nat- ural aid to your teeth, appetite, digestion. 11 NORTHWESTERN 7 lo R [oill heae e a or e ous cno, t to coun oi e ons il Sons' net, lult it went wide and then kick went Wilson and JI Ithr LtlliM were jacked up for a foU incn; oal ah T be Sonis crow df n Mclntvrr and rotjvcre un had brought the ball f0r a period of well nigh ten mlllutes Alartmilale made a stienu- ous cno, t to count foi the Sons hill k went Wilson and JIc- ichargLu the Sons' goal wah a The SOHB crowded Mclntvre and U1 slight when the ball went within dangerous, where dorm the field again howeier, Stowe 'the cool and deliberate methods in eMdenct and Mcintyre kept the Sons irom qaine legislcring The Sdns kept the Cal lies' busi and then the tide tuined 1 Callies took the ball down ind 'I he lait ten minutes ot the gaino gamer'ma'rked hitting Cal gars took the second game of the series from Moose law, Score U to b Moose Jaw. Calgary 0 Id il J Kesscrlins w-as cbnsiderahle .promiscuous auu i tuun. picking 1 Ue final whistle blew ab fslbwe to leave ins st.i-, Llimlllg ,iitpcted a lie'ie shot which lion and attack an adientureous ,ho 0{ the goal Callie flfU feet from the goal where- used his hands to good adiantage aaii cleared up a tiijn dangerous srtua SCORL MRS I The first count of the gime was made III 25 minutes Heshuck hndcd the hall in thc Callies' net af Oanii; Galvln and Kell! and 'Jones. Tie at-Edmonton Edmonton, Alia, ,Ms.5 and Qdakers resulted in a tie the game belns called to darkness icore j 0 Saskatoon t Edmonton 4 C 4 Noitlmip, JCalio and Walters Kil- eci, Slallrop and Nelson The! linc-up Bannerman nnd McMillan, "Glenn and Clarke .McIHciu, Wlen, son and Linning c Parsons nnd Wai linuea tne nail in inc VJMIIH.-I unu di vjmn 1er Molnljrc failed to handle- with 1 ice f Lee, and HI Lee, __.. Lmi' trnni thf i Tvtii Knnnch- Dranci. Best IcrMoInjre aie o ane- wi ice v nrei-ifcion U H'e'll-aiined kick-from thejMiitiiidalc; Faflneh, charging Sons and Hooker LOOK HERE GATHERING OF SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE ATHLETES TOMORRO'W AT THE Then will be a grest rally of Sun day School League athletes tomorrow .vening at the Y M C A The success that the league hai enjoyed tor the pait two vears should be incentive enough for the perpetuation of this moit excellent athletic endeavor, hut the tame enthuslaem is not apparent this year among the athletes that has characterized the two years gone by. An effort to the league will be attempted tomorrow evening, when the following gentlemen will jive short talk anent the aiml and purpose of the organization' Rev Canon Me Mlllen, Rev A. G Cameron, Rev 0 H. Cobbledick and Mr. C. E. Bran- dew. The principal lines of athletic en. deavor of the league are. Football, and-basketball, i weaker sex have been Identified with the lea gup on the basketball field, and girls and boys and young men and youno ladiei are urged, -to atiend thlt gath- ering tomorrow night. It open to all comem. NOTICE TO' OALLIES Cullie players we requested to Portland 5 151 Spokane laooma COAST Oakland San Francisco Saciamento Los Portland, Portland dirt not arrive. game INTERNATIONAL No games pl-ued NATIONAL JOHNSON BACK IN GOOD GRACES OF FRENCH Palis, M-u Fiench boxing fcdclation, thc prmcipll authoritj m St. Louis which for a Chicago Ilin" refused to recognize Jack John- Boston Pittsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn 'iork Cincinnati. W. 13 8 6 6 7 tr 3 Pet. .867 It's the clean, pun, healthful con- fection that old or young, strong or weak, can enjoy with- out limit without harm. How else can you get so much enjoyment for a nickel? BUY IT BY THE BOX of twenty It costs less-of any irejn untU used Chew it after every meal Made in Canada 7 Scott St., Toronto, Oat. PUBLIC SCHOOL TEAM TURNED TABLES ON HIGH SCHOOL, NINE THEATRIOAU rlv Organized and Ready to Meet Any Combination Out side of City League 10 Theatnca1 Baseball club met .11 ...IB Sherman Theatre last night for K P Stew ait "came back" with the purpose of organizing Tho offi a jisterday aftelnoon when ceis elected are President TEAM i .The hoys are ihriuging out some new material this 5 eai, and thev ex- pect to a strqng aggiegation on the field Among their players is a light handed pitehei and a southpaw er nnd he pitched the Public school team to an cas, Cascaden's secretari manager, teim 'rom the school, 8 2, Bondl S to his credit, K r'15 p added "three more m one-tn o-thrce .389 .353 .250 n son as the champion ot the woild, todav accepted his claim to the title The of the fight be- Johnson anjl Frank Moran, 01 AMERICAN W. L. Pet. Detroit Johnson anjl Frank Moran, 01 Pitlbburg, which will take place on Philadelphia Junt 27, has bi, n asiurtd that Iheo- dorc Vinne, a prominent member 01 gt j_ollls the bovine; icdciatioii, has signed a Cnltago tonliact last night lo stage the match succeeding Cnule Hattrot, tired 13 7. 7 turn up at the YMCA tomoiiow niglit tor training Time SO OVERSEAS CLUB The team that will plav against North Lethbriuge on Tnd-iy a38 138 133 oOO 474 18D 281 order m the last innings, thus strik- ing out 11 men during the seven m- nn- game lie wis there alright I C Jennings, K. P Slew art and did most ot the hitting for the Pubic school F C ran in three runs in loin tines ac hat R I Dobson pitched t' rce iilnmgb tor Cascaden, but hem? hit bomewhat vas relieved >by Sang, who was not ip to the mark Scott V Robertson and A G Cameron showed borne new ricks in sliding It's bad for the rants, though ttatson did some ilassj' ball juggling St. evening will be comnosed o lowing ptoers Luss, Corliss and Shaw, muu, and McGuiness linrker, Robljrtson, Breunan, Pimm thq fol- Billiiioic Indianapolis Banner FEDERAL w Louis- 11 __ TOBACCO 'BiilTalo Kansas Pittshurg, L. .Pet; t, 617 .6-13 .563 138 482 412 INTERNATIOXAI Kewaik Baltimore Rochester foiontn Jcro-v CHj Buffalo providence Montreal Pet .'iOO .015 .600 155 m .417 100 NORTHWESTERN Spokane Vancouver Seattle Tiicoma Bortiand 1, Pel 8 570 9 ,526 U 333 U Mi in light field C irtston The theatre boys are reads to meet any nn.siacnt O'Connor outside the Citv league and are con fraasnrer 'T B Hughson fident they would cam- off honors C Char'lton, captain, E with am team who care to meet them. ssj im" o Urandott caught a good game The plaj was marred an acci- dent when A Reid was nit on the icad hi oie 01 K P's "bean balls and was dazed for some minutes Dunham substituted The lineup wis as lollows Crillis ss T C Jen- nings, 111, K P Strwait p A Or Camcion, 3b 9mvtli, 3b Ocoghe- gin, n C T Bramlow, c Rich- ardson 'li doling, cf Dunswoitli, 2b it lace 3b K. II Dobion, p anil ss S Fullertou, If R n Sang ss and p A Robertson, c, N Ciscnden, lb', A, Rud ind Dunham, ct, 0. Score by innings public 3'2 HO 0-8 High -OH Monroe lime 1 hour 20 minutes. REDOLIFF VICTIM IDENTIFIED Medicine Alth, Slav viotim of the accident on Saturday at Rodcllff, has hoen identified us Elnri LastlwKa, of Ilodellff His head and arm were crushed by train iftalmacaan in and made to your measure, in the wide, roomy English dtyle by tailors who will give you a garment of the most pronounced distinctiveness. Both quiet and striking effects tailored to perfection. up. McKelvie McGuire ;