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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta IIV THE DAILY HERALD PAGE nvK BAERLEIN BRITISH AMATEUR COURT 'TENNIS CHAMPION May M, "Baertnlrt, (odai won the Bri c'lampipuehip Josh tifali aipateiu comfc tennis fr championship, by defeating 4 Joshua Orane, ji t of Boston in straight sets in the flnais at Queen The .score- li-S, 61, j, 3 Tlie winner loda> became Ilia British amateur r, cjiam 4 Mill WILL INCLUDE SERGT MARTIN, LAST YEAR'S PRIZE WIN% NER-SAILS 'JUNE i Maj-sS team tor 1814 -Much will sail oa J-n first limn llonliealjjn the Allen liner Scocian, has been completed as Toi Sert.1 Hawking the winner o! the Kmg'b pji7e last is again in rluded in the team The olllcets m charge toll be J G Ross, 5th R H Montreal, commandant Lt Col CMC Gibson, 13th regi riicnt, Ilplmlton, adjutant ihe team if as follows Pruate C A'Loun,, fl clph Sergt 4 Bullock, ind Q 0 iB Toronto, Sergt f Lamnh, first C." Gi Halilax Sergt G W. Russell, O G F G, Pruate W Hidden, 46-ti High j- Toronto Sergt A Mar- tin, lOJril regiment, Calgarv Pri- J. Hendn, 77th regrmont, Tlundas berjjt D McKie, 30th TOgi- ment, Guelph, Lt C N Betlndttr Gdltl regiment, Halifax Col Sergt J fetoddtrt, 91st regiment, Ilamil ton., Pl.vate B Mitchell, 3rd R C Montunl, Sergt W A Hiw- _kins, 18th High, Toronto Srrgt J H 4rnlilronc, Blh regiment, Strgt J Aiuborkmg, 91st regiment Private 11 H falconer 7ffth icgiment, Almi Pietoll counts, IV Piper J 0 MacLeod, 48th High, Toronto Major II C Biau, 7iith regiment, Truro Q feorg! D R Mclimes, 19th A D Edmon ton Major G King, 46 rcgnntnt Btrainiirulle, A D Ivolilc, M 11 B G V Montreal Waiting men Lt J Gilker, 103rd regiment, Calgar% Lieut V 102nd regiment Okanagan C., Sergt. P. Armstrong 13th regiment, Hamilton Private 1-1.- Moore, 57111 Poterboro. Eppa Rixey iiithe principal south paw support of the Phillies since Brennan went "a1 This former good when but is incllnM. u the usual weakneu of the 'effc nandert, wild- ness with more work "hildht be, remedied, with tne depleted staff left to Dooln'i club, it looks like Rlxey will get all the work that he run Handle. LOOK HERE AMERICAN ENTRIES ACCEPTED Iloston, Mass 6 entrj of the Unioa Boat cftub 8 eight oared crew composed of former Harvard Pnllege oartmen, for the Grand Chal leiigc Tin) in connection with the Henley legatta, was accepted in a formal eommunicaticj. recehed from the Henle> stewards At t'ie same timp the entries otPaul Wlthington ami Tudor Gai diner for the Diamond sculls, nere icceptfld is ,1 former Crimson oarsman Gardiner is now a scnioi at Hanard, and probabh be a member of the meet Aikf or Schnapps and Ginger Beer-- Stlmuintof.thc vital orgain or tho body Every U a of renewed ana visor A DARING DEF] It Ea said that it takes nine tailors to make a man tf >C Ridpath and his staff of form fitteis are out' to shoot tills old aajing into oblivion, and -dhow that fy tailor la As good or better than any man, be his "pro uhat at aquatic sports, if n6tliiiig else Mr Ridpath i dnun fhp wjumt let to three WGH of ooie firm la the citi, ami defy them to meet him and Jiis staff iH a canoe race at the lake.'a'hundrea'-pQimdisacfcrpf flour to be the stake which tlie losers must hand over to the hospital The I.H.C. staff. Bros. signified theh desire to tckojip tl'" challenge T et the s Ba> Campbell the banks, the newspapers, and oth erg line im and alt race together, thp lastin tho race to foot the bill foi thq 'sack; of flour. SECOND. GAM_E -.IN; FOOTBALL -LEAGUE" TOMORROW NIGHT The secouil encounter in tlio lioot bal'league schedule will take plate on Fiidi3 eveninfr at the Ball park when the Cherseas maet the North LetbbridgfMTliited These two teams have- ilreadj met in a iriQndl> game 311 i which the scraped thiough the odd goal Tho qual ity of football-provided .qn that occa- sion and tho determination of the .North Lethbridge. the result should make this name worth seeing Tho Kick off has been ananged iorf lj 4fi_p m f ffljiich should not interfero the Hendersoir Paik icthlties-' tine up ill represent Nortli Letli bridge United x j Dunlop and "Ves? Bijce, 1 Maclndoe ind IBevendgo A pennant J ind Clavlon Reset es Kamsav and, Linesman W Ilutton Plajers sttip at the Ball Park it 6 10 n m prompt. j the Southwestern Jeagup werejjot at Piji-isburt; all dissatisfied with the luck Kan'safc Cili l Alacleod has had so far stnte I Adams and jnaat endorsed I Hogiu and Listeil} by adding that thej on the con trarv, more deteimined than r; i MACLEOD FOOJBALL PLAVEM Rat, Lei Broken While Cat- With Telephone Poit Alta, May doctor able accident happened here jester (daj when Jack prant one of the tast- iest members of thf) Macleod Football team, liad his leg broken so ehirply that some dirtlralty be met with In" having it Crant, who mounted, was herding a numbfr of cattje when he collided a phono post in such a v.ay 9.3 to cause the limb to snap SHAMROCKS TO PLAY AT TABER TOMORROW NIGHT Tho SlmmiocU fooibail club will piny a CJtv District football game at Tabetytqmorrow at The ShanjtyckB vljl joiimey to Tuber bj aufopj leaving' liefe In the nftcinoon ThpVo a rumor 1n tho air here tlmt Talier Id going to spilng a surprise on itjo local football sup hot coptendora Iho hoiiou'lu tho left guv FAVORITE CAPTURED THE CHESTER CUP Chpstor, LaigUud May The Chestei Cup, a llindicai) of two miles ind quarter inn here todaj won the favorite Faii'ie's five-year-old bay colt, iAIenpo, by I 1171bs, and stalling at 3 to 1 agst C Buinh All necj, 308Jua, Ou to 7 abst, Sli William "Cook's Qravelotte, 100 to G aest, was third. MACLEOD'CLUB MADE APPLICATION TOO LATE NOT ADMITTED INTO LETH BRIDGE CITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE Brookhn 1 10 1 New, 3 7 0 Rucktr and Miller llpmarec, Fronime and nil J.-hn'i f ClllCiKO 02.3 Pitlsburt, _ 1 t 1 Ohene> and 'Vrcher Vtlains nattier Psople who knew him in. 'his pros have not' forgotten a faithfui and efficient lie tins ho lie is to the Tlos ton club proobsed that a fund be started Cor his benefit through the AMse 'expenditure of which his life saved. The Boston. newapa pers.have agreed to. co-operate in. the matter, ind Tohn Aloinll, tlie old Uoston has consented to act as treasurer of the Eiinfl. T. ANDREW'S-'BEAT ST PATRICK'S LAST NIGHT IN BASEBALL MATCH The St. de: (eated at the Overhead bridge last nlglil by a score of'ii to. Batteries Vic and Too Qillia uink and Forgo. FRENCH AVIATOR KILLED Habit, Morrocco, Jlay Llm Saint Laguo wai killed, and Pioneer Rbnnorau otl Injury, Tacoina PACIFIC COAST .Portland Los Angeles rranusco li t 1J0 (00 671 .520 .500 TJii. CA 01 Romo leltVBinialo late last night for Toledo, where she was to load coal for Slihvaukeef-She -was a steel steamer o! SjOOD grps1! tpas, 268 Icet long and carried a 'crew of 16 men The vessel iyas iy James Mitchell, of Cleveland FIRE STARTED BETWEEN DECKS AND WAS SOON BEYOND CONTROL FEDERAL St Louis Baltimore Indianapolis Brooi Hn Chirago Buftalb Kansas Cit> Pltteburg 31- 10: 0 1, 7 7 G y s 11 11 PC ell 503 S 2B 4'J WESTERN CANADA Lne, Pa Maj 7 steel height steunei 01 Home, Btiflaio to lolcdo, Mas burned to the -niter's edge oft S i tJds lodav 'J lie escaped in boals> 'Hie fire uai between decks, shortlj after midnight brIMato McNuniii, of Cleveland, and all hands tfcrc sununpned to fight tht fiame't -nhicli gained rjlpfd and sflon weTL hejond control Alter a struggle, in which the crew was hampered bv the dense smole and healed deck plates, Cap- Ham Ujlliain Dunn ciders to beach tile Thomas Cunning- ham, of "Milwaukee, the chief engi- neer, remained at rhib post until the ship wns grounded Tile crew then made its wa) to shoie The is a total loss Calgary Saskatoon Medicine Tint Edmonton Moose Jaw L 0 1 2 j PC 500 000 000 Venice Oakland ENGLISH, CRICKET- 1 DOMINION LACHOfiSE 0 UNION WILL REMAIN A FOURCLUB (LEAGUE Toionto Out, Ma) clubs, as in the comprise the Do- minion.: .Lacrosse this question being definitely decided on fjTtui da> at tlie adjoin ned annuaJ mcetint of the D LA GeOige Kennedy of Alontieal mth lus Irish Canadlens for this sea >oii, the being filled by Que bee Jn all nrpbablWV Ottawa will 1 j be admitted next season, maklnj a su club league .After.'a lively .discussion it TS-RS de- teimuied that L-ilbnde i9 the ot tlie Nationals The tetiirifS. of.jthe Union Na- tionals Toronto, Tecumselis and Quebec; CTARLAND TONIGHT LAWRANCE CATARRH OTTHI BLAODEB London cricket opened vltfi gamei. at Konnlngton and Leicester on Saturday onened tho Reason at the Oval', -with Northamptonshire, the game ending yesterday in a draw. The principal scorers for Oio former Mere Haj'nard 55, and Wilkinson 02, Avhlle for tlie latter, Wojlftf, H'llb fdr the past lew lias plased fo" Kent, contributed S2 not out S G Smith, Ii8 nnd 73 not out, R. Ilaj wood, J S fceuton, 61, and G J Thompson, filj Leicestershire, illaiing on Ihelr homo eroiinds, fincncd tlie well by defeating by the scoio o[ inns lor the C T Ii. Wood made :120; S. Coe, and tho rrench army aeroplane In W Shlpman, 66, woio Ihe principal which Ihnv fljing today Uqorcrs while .1 H cd niivi im'iiiuii 5 uti.ui ui .ju'jectj tilt of tile EssoK for 26 tuns REASON'S FOR USING AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BlER" is a concentrated Iiouid food, Tdn khd'Coffec arc in no foods. 4 '.L f J In coiinlries beer is used as a table beveiN dgs, dyspepsia is priyicnlly linknow n.1 So is stomach lioiible'iti'generaH.'Tn Geim'anV beer is more frequent ly (hank at The prejudice' ngainsl sirong stimulants irfjfio wise impaired tbe, v'alue Wde most nutritious of all liquid'foods. tt _ '1 Ins beer is absolutely pure. This is ho idle claim, but one thfll back up by proof.' Come to our Breweiy and you. f To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend i> to convalescents because it is a tonic, THE IJETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTINQ COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;