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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta t-AGK SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HBtALP AIM CAPITAL Awaiting Opening of Spring Meet May 23-Horses From Ai; Over Edmonton. Alta.. May t-'.-One hun- dred and fifty horses, representing stables in Montana, Washington, Cali- fornia, Mexico, New Brunswick, On- tario: Saskatchewan sad-Alberta, have ieeri entered to date for the spring I race' meeting'in Edmonton on May 23, 25 and 26, and .it is expected there willbe at least fifty additional _ en- tries from various parts of the L'nit- fed States ana- Canada. 1 Xew. Brunswick will be represented Sjy the Cruikshank harness horses: Otto Hice brings running Icrsea from Juarez Mexico: seven racers come from California with J. Stewart, and in addition to the seven Spokane harsesr Lou Childs will bring seven from California. Fourteen race hors- es arrived yesterday from the stables of Cole. Blackmail and Atkinson, of Miles City, Mont, R. Ford of Prince Albert Scsk.. WHEEL FROM LETHBRIDGE TO THE WATERTON LAKES Great interests lieing evinced in from Saturday. This is one of thi the hdvs' department at the Y.M.C. pleasantest trips in soutlar.i -V llicw line days. The boys got busy .berta, or the whole oi Albeita or the on Saturday and'cleaned up a play- Canadian .west tor that ground next to the building, aud uth- those who quality may fous.dei Hem activities are absorbing most of selves lucky, for they will see orae .the youngsters' spare time. 'hast ot the finest' sights imaginable Three .tlie youngsters syiut.- IIIUL. i week some of them took a long W- days will he taken for the tup and Icvcle hike out towards Magrath, and only the husky ones will he permit 'next Saturday every bey who owns, ted to start. Any toy who or can borrow a wheel is asked to try his grit and muscle sn join in a iaimt. The trip will be- a Earl Roberts and find o rao.e test for i-lMbiliiy to the proposed about what it means to him a hike to the lakes a w.eek full-fledged bay. NATIONAL Boston Now York, Perdue uull Whaling; Movers. Brooklyn Philadelphia Rucker and Fisher; Killifet 9 0 8 12 0 Fromme unil Alexander and Chicago St. l.ouia rierce, 'Lavender, Label 5 12 2 SHI and Ar cher anfi 'Bresnaban; Donk, VtMTltt and Snyder..- US innings.) Plttshurg aud Cincinnati, travel- ling. AMERICAN ON THE (SALT Commissioners Favored Appeal Made Exponents of Game Bowling on the green will be one of the favorite pastimes .among the business men of the city this summer. The southeast corner of Gait Gard- ens has been granted to tie bowling enthusiasts by the City Council, and sts by te y ounc, an ll' immediately set- to work HOW THEY DO THINGS IN THE PASS BASESALC SEASON WILL OPEN' AT FERNIE WITH CON- SIDERABLE ECLAT Fernie, B. C., May ll.-Tjnder the they preparation The plot will he 125 feet ecru Athletic a, o ciation the dug ot the Brooklyn 9 0 hingtoii 4 i Pennock, Brown, Bender and Lapp Ayers, Engle, Callia and Henry. New York tj 6 1 Boston j 7 4 Caldwell aud Sweeney Cad) Leis tar and- Carrigan. None others scheduled. FEDERAL Kansas City S 8 1 Indianapolis............ 4 14 1 Packard ihu Brown; .Mosely.. and. Rarideii. naltimore 490 Buf alo 1 2 Smith. Wilhelm and Jacklltscu; Brown and Allen, Blair. Plttsburg I baseball season will be pulled ofijrt six-thirty Wednesday evening, st-look-. cd at t A pro- chance for anyone.to .break into the be probahly the wlu Dc have four runners, "incmdini j Detroit outfield with Cobb, Crawford, ing corner of the park. end Q[ victoria ajenue.headed by tte Sporting Life" .and and ,.Dr. j and fellt if lhe chanco 01 a psboriie of the same place has sijnl- iied -iis 'intention of competing with does come Hirry Heilmsn will be the man dspcnded on to fill it up. Heilman hit over .300 last year at lis two running horses. .'.-Alberta is not behind in its contri- bution-to .the race meet. .Calgary Is well un to the mark with its quota Portland in Me Northwestern AV. McDonald has four runners: Reed land he fielder alio. .t- Meyers two, James NoMe, jr., bateman he looks like a .brings three harness horses, and. J. m and may eei., chance to'play (Wall conies with three. The McKen- 4ie string will uphold the honor of .nilud of the outfield. "Vermillibn, .and Georse C-. Allen Is bringing four horses from Wetaski- >in.i jT Clark ot Edmonton .will race -lour, harness horses, including Dr. Craps's Grey Ghost: AI Vance has live harness horses-in training, three belonging ot Tofield. In isJl Alphadell, and Dotty, a iwpular included in George 'Kayvrood's four. "-J.. r.'Dompiir will enter eight har- be iormcil at the north enu ut avenue required for tne chief McDougal, and ex-May- 'or Bleasdell clad in.the uniform ot It is planned to have a tournament {.ne Athletic .Association, then the on May 25. when it is likely ths.t some city band, Crows Nest Pass outside twirlers -will visit the city, Coal Co's. married and single teams Marra' and W. S. Adams have the Scouts, Clerks, Uartendtrs, and 0 Brenan 7 4 4 1 aud been working on the sohemB.fpr some time past, and their plans were con- niors, all inhc HocUS summated Football and Curling clubs rounded UP fifteen of the members of Tne order o marcw H be ness horses, including Dr. B. P., with down out up a strong plea. It was pointed 'out that the granting ot the to the b..t the club would uot in any way .inter- fere with the appearance of that sec- tion of the nark, in fact, it Tvould be 'the means of beautifying it. I When it was put up to the commis- I sioners in this way, they aprreed to It. j land an .expert on bowlirs; greens, who at ting as: pitcher, ex-mayor at NATIONAL W. L. Pet. handle the'LBthb-iage'basenall team ness norses mciuuing ur. D. r., a mark, of Search Light andiin the Southern Alberta league, and The Fnct. T. E. Cumraings is train- Ing ten horses for the meet. These are from the Wheat City and the Cap- ital stables. Rusty Coat and Prince Jlupert of the-first named string are well known here, and figure promin- ently on the race meet hanger. Mc- .Clintock. Neville, Dorbie, Herfflia and Gole will represeni the Capital sta- bles. track at tlie Erposition grounds jfe in' excellent condition, and work- cuts'are being made daily. The leather is ideal for training, the tem- perature ranging from 5S to 6G, occa- -cionsHy- rising to 72 degrees. AV. J. Stark, manager of the Edmonton Ex- hibition association, which has charge o'f the meeting, reports also that the There are about twenty members In Brooklyn the club, which is lookinc for re- Philadelphia there is every reason to believe that crujts. Bowling ijreen Is sim- Cincinnati he will he seen at the helm.' ilar to curling, and all the'curlers In St. Lotus It has been a nrobiem with Johnny the city and others are asked Uncap............ 15 9 f 9 IB ire in existenc 9 Id 8 13 3 12 .789 .600 .600 .600 .476 .391 .381 .200 here arvas Won by a gelding, when Old Ilosbbud, owned by H. C. Apple- gate andi Co., of Louisville, and rid- den by .1. Mc.Cnhe, raced under the wire in the event at Churchill Downs track on Saturday, afternoon, a vie- 'tor by n'bpiit eight lengths. Hodge, owned by '1C. Spence of Missouri was secr-nd, atid'.nroiixe Wing, o'wned. by A. ilumphrcy, Jr., of l.onlBvillo, was third. Old Rosebud was a to 5 tavorlto. the report said. H1TKKTA SHOWS NO WEAKESIN'G Washington, May response to till- request of the stale dcpnrt- mcnt through foreign rliplomatic channels hero" for information as to actual conditions in Mexico City, was received today. The message stated that the situation in Mexico City was not tlie people were not particularly alarmed over reports that tlie bandit leader, Za- pata, might swoop ilown upon the city, and that there .was no.apparent weakening on'the part of General Huerta. It Is so light fllid eaBi'-ran- ing. long distances do not fatigue. reach _., ol'rice, irysii- PUNISHMENT OVERTOOK. HIM Arcola, .Snsk., Hay Morse, arrested in London, England, on a ciiori-o of false'iiretencea liru- forrcd in Saskatchewan a year ngo, WIIR convicted nt the Asslxes liere, j snd soiitciiod to four yosru. J n cause 'arrive home re- by the open air. Above all else, the llrantford Wheel is reliable. Wherever, you so, you're certain It will bring yon back." p Why not examine one of', theie wheels here to-day? Lethbridge Cycle Co, Lethbr' ;