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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ?AGK SIX THE LKTHBKIDGE DAILY MONDAY, MAV.18, CLUB IN MATCH The Lethbridge cricketers opened their season on Saturday last on the Henderson Park grounds in pres- ence of about 200 spectators, chiefly ladies, by a friendly match with the Slacleod club. The -Macleod captain, H. N'apper, Won the and decided to bat first. iMole and Mathews stayed together until the score reached 42, when Mat- hews was caught by McCHnton. W. Mole, who last year played for Leth- bridge, scored 125 before being caught by C. Bassett, the be- ing McCHnton. He played excellent cricket until his score reached 50, but after that lie gave three which, Lethbridge failed to take, and these proved expensive for tne home team. His hits included eighteen 4's. T. Gillespie and P. V. Sulton al- so played well for the visitors, their ecores being 27 and 24, respectively. Macleod piled up the score for eight wickets, when their captain declared the innings closed, leaving Lethbridge two hours in which to at- tempt to pass tie above total. i J. SimmonSs ana N. Mc- Glinton went in to hat for Leth- bridge against the bowling of H. Xapper and L. Napper. Mr. Clinton i-as caught before any score was') made. W. Holt followed, but after he had scored 4.' runs was out, 1. b. w. to K, Napper. A. J. Blackburne lost his. wicket X. Nappec. after he had scored 1 run. He was followed by the Lethbridgc captain, John R. Palmer, and pn.y added 2 runs when he was given'out-1. h. w. to -N. Nappcr. A.' Basson then joined Dr. Simmonds', who a fine, innings, and j the crowd thoroughly enjoyed his late cuts. A. Basson hit six and ran the Lethbriuge-score, to 118 lot 6 wickets, which brought the game very even. Dr. Simmonds reached his 50 but 'was bowled next ball bv L. Xapper. W. B. Turner added 7 and was caught. A. Lee and. Wade dismissed without adding 1o the score- J. Harris only added one when be was caught by Mole, the wicket keeper.' W. Emery, the last went- into bat and joined Casey 'Bagerntan w. JOHNSON'S BREAKS FOOL UMPS CONNOLLY That Wnlter Johuson lias ex- ceptional stuff on his delivery tills yeiir, was indicated by remarks of an extraordinary mitiire which .Umpire Connolly, 'who umpired be- hind the plate, made to Johnson Walter was not exactly satis- fied with some of Connolly's de- cisions on halls and strikes, and after one inuins he remarked Connolly as lie was going to the bench that he was n.lssing on his decisions in some instances, and Connolly replied: "Weli, .maybe I am, .Walter, but 1 never saw your balls perform in this manner. They are taking all sorts of jumps and waves when they coma toward the plate, and they are awfully jjard to judge, iet alone to hit." Walter, -who has never been known to make n kick on an um- pire's decision, mado no reply but walked smilingly to the bench. an TEAMS PEPPERY SIX GAME OF BASEBALL What was undoubtedly the most. (Me- riting game oi baseball seen on a lo- cal diamond this season, was played between the Public school ami Cas- cadcn's team from the High school Friday afternoon, resulting in a score of li-3 in favor, of High school. Cascatlen scored' a run in the first innings and that was the solo tally till the second half nings, when Jenliiugs the -ith in- and Bfandow A very gocd-lgoking young pitcher it Catsy Hagerman of the St. Louis Cardinals, secured last fail from Den- Brooklyn St. Louis 5 AitcUeson, Wagner, Schmutz ver. He is a husky specimen and his specialty is speed. Two years ago a trial with the Boston Americans, but was sent to Denver to get 'more experience. AT ;THE BUTTS ALBERTA GUN CLUB: ANNUAL; SHOOT MAY as The. Gun -dub wilt ;hold its annual programme shoot at 10 o'clock on 0. Miller llobinsou and Snyder. 12 3 Chicago........................ Philadelphia -173 (14 Cheney, Humphries and Bresnahan Mayer and Dooin. New York Cincinnati 1 made the circuit for Public. The High school came back in the 5th, how- ever, and landed two runs before be- ing retired. With the score 3-3 in fa- i vor of the High school no more runs were made until Public school came to bat in the last oi tjis 7th. Cam- eron grounded out to Sang. Richard- son, after knocking five fouls in as- many directions, fanned. Sang walk- ed Smyth, who stole second and third and was brought in by Young's liner to Dobson. Some cheering oc- curred at this point. Young was put out after an exciting relay race he- i twccn 1st and 2nd, in which the whole team, participated. Since the score was tied it ..was necessary to play another innings. High school came in strong on the swatting in the pinch and saved the day. Sang fiiert out to centre. Dobson walked, Dunsworth lined to Cameron, who muffed it long enough to enable Dob- son to make second. Then came the hero of the day. Webster, (no, Mabel, not He doesn't look like a ballplayer, but is some swatter. When it was 3 and 2 on him he lined out a beauty just inside the first base line. While they were chasing it Webster arrived at third base in a cloud of dust, incidentally chasing in 3 two runs. When McKillop pegged to si. MHR m m JACK MORRISON AT TABBR BASEBALL BENT Fromme, Meyers; Ames third to catch him napping, he walk- and Clark. ed home. In the last tlie Sth SATURDAY GAMES; New York May 25, at Hie traps south of the Ball' Pittsburg 013 I- Tesreau and .Meyers Cooper and and enued .the game. things looked promising for a while for Public school rooters, but Dun- 8 o ham nabbed Stewart's fly (which was .meant ior a home with 2 .on Park. Three events will be shot off, and a team shoot of three, Four or' Gibbon. five men will likely be arranged with 3 0 Sang pitched 1st- -class ball for High, whipping no fewer than 11 of his opponents, which; is also K. P. president, E. Green, would like Basson, who had been playing well and Cardston, and if two or more and had made 19 runs. When Emerv I teams are hero a suitable prize some of the neiehboring clubs. The; Boston 0 Cincinnati 13 0' Stewart's Ins last gamo Rudolph and and against the same team. Sang got hut indifferent support on the whole. Cen- tral school had a southpaw in the. box, Sandy McKillop, who pitched to hear from the clubs at Pincher Creek. Macleod, Carmangay went in only 2: bails remained to be! be offered for the visiting teams. bowled to reach the time for draw- ing of stumps, which would hare made the gainc a draw, but Gillespie howled the first ball and Mac- leod won the game. Brooklyn........................... 263 Chicago 1 7-1 Allen and Miller; Pierce and Bres- nahan. TRIGGER AND TRAP Davidson ENGLISH CRICKET London, Blar" more coun- ty cricket matches have been brought to. a' close, the home and away ele- vens dividing honors with two wins apiece. Of the matches started last Bryans Thufsdav, which numbered three, Cue..... Middlesex beat Cambridge University, ;Pittard Hampshire.disposed of .Leicestershire j MacLeod by an even hundred and Susses to .Notts. Northamptonshire and [skeiton Gloucestershire commenced Friday, [Andrews ice former club having an easy vie- JRoutiedge tory. The results, with the outstanrt-------------- ing'features of the games, arc as iol- LOCAL CLUB SHOOT SATURDAY AFTERNOON The Lethbridge Rifle club held a practice shoot on. Saturday afternoon, with weather conditions perfect. The scores: 200 500 GOO 32 31 ;31 30 27 ,'JO 29 29 32 25 25 31 1'li I'd Philadelphia...................... 0 St. Louis I Alexander and Dooiu Doake Snvdcr. 4 0 andj Jack Morrison is paying a visit to Taber today as an emissary from tbe Southern Alberta Baseball league. His business there will be one last attempt to line up the Ta- ber club for the league. If he is unsuccessful the circuit will embrace Lethbrldge, Mac- leod aiid Island. "TJife does not give the desired am- ount of variety, and to supple- ment the deficiency a number of exhibition games will lie arranged with teams outside of the league during the sum- mer. We will sec plenty of baseball here. BIG MONEY FOR SOCCER PLAYERS IN ENGLAND London, May soccer lea- gue clubs throughout England ami Scotland have been busy re-engaging and obtaining fresh players for neit season. Chelsea caused a big sensa- tion by securing the transfers of three famous Scottish league play- Hampton from Motherwefil, James A; Cronl from Falkirk and R. McNeil from Hamilton Academicals, the latter for the big price of Manchester United, 'which fell away during the season, greatly strengthen- ed its defence by capturing P. O'Con- iiell, the Irish international centre half-back, from Hull City; while Sun- derliind was fortunate to secure Dun- dee's crack centre forward, Geo. Philip. Celtic caused no surprise by re-signing all its splendid players, w.ho won both the Scottish Cup and the championship of the Scottish lea- gue. Craig, of Morton, has joined the Glasgow dangers for next season. NOTES OF THE GAME Cascaden, maile the only two tal- lies that Knox gathered in. Ferko caught a brilliant game for "he winners. Dunham and Moore took care of everything that came their way on the .initial sack'. The game, was -.'called' in the tilth innings.' II..Hamilton nuipired the game and did well, V Riciiardsou and Donaldson starred 'or Knox and the team gives promise of better things !when, a little luck comes their wav, good ball, and although he did not} ian many, certainly- put a damper cm j tlie hard hitting. K. P. Stewart play-1 cd most of the game lumseU in the' first few innings. Score by innings ATHI FTFf I FAPJ1F LLAUUE, AMERICAN Middlesex beat Cambridge .Univcr- shy'.by eight wickets, at Cambridge. The chief scorers for the winners were Hon. R. Anson, 56 and Tar- rant 84 and 63. At- Leicester, Hampshire defeated Leicestershire by a century. C. P. Mead for Hampshire, scored 92; Stone 52 and Newman GS. Leicester- shire's best scorers were A- T. Sharp 50, and J.r-H--Kjng 57. Kennedy for Hampshire, took seven wickets for 49 runs. LOOK HERE Xotts gained an easy victory over Sussex by nine wickets at Trent Bridge. G-. P. Gunn tends to uphold his reputation as Xott's high scorer, muSiirig 102, not out, against Susses, G. M. and Pay ton also batted well for the winners with S3 and 50 not out, respectively. Northamptonshire beat Glixioesler- shire by an innings and Gl runs. For Northamptonshire, Dcnton with 108, Ihowcd the best battirig form. Dip- per for Gloucestershire, scored 83, anil Green, not NaftroCo Laxatives good for eUUrn tonne tbcj ire plcuut to uke, gentle in do not irtiute tbe boweli M dcrttop i fer natiaMl or iacttutt sc- box, NOTICE TO CALUES Callie 'players are requested to turn up at tbe .Y.M.C.A. tomorrow night for training. Time, sharp. NORTH LETHBRIDGE UNITED F.C. The above club will a practice game against tlie Shamrocks tonight in Adams Park. All players are re- quested to be on hand at G.45 p.m. SONS' LINE-UP The S. O. E. team to go against the Overseas on Tuesday evening at the Rail Park will be: Stowe; Wallis and Parsons; Turn- Fauneh, Draoer, Merchant and Hook- jer. J Flayers strip at the Ball Park at l G.I10 sharp. SUNDAY SCHOOL FOOTBALL LEAGUE The following players have been se- lected to represent St. Andrew's in their opening match with tlie Wesley team on Wednesday evening, at Ad- am's Park: Miller; bunlop and Ness; ICarlfi, Maclndoe and BeM; A. Gurr, A. Ten- uant, Kamsay, Lowe aiul H. Linning. Reserves: T. Tennant and FMdes. Players are requested to atrii) at St. Andrew's church at G.30 p.m. Kick off at 6.45 p.m. OVERSEAS CLUB The Overseas Football club will line up as follows tomorrow night at tho Ball park: Lush; Harper and Brcmmn; Mn- Mullen and Shtrw; Kcaly, Corlta, Robertson, Siunn and Breeze, Reserve: J. Black. fitrln at tbn Park at C.IS n.m. SATURDAY GAMES Chicago 363 Philadelphia 473 Benz and Scbalk Wyckofi, Jasper and Schang. High .....................100 020 Public ..................000 200 Sang and Robert- son Public, .McKillop and Brandow. Monroe. Time 1.45. WESTERN CANADA Split Even Medicine Hat, Alta., Moose Jaw and tlie Med Hatters split Cleveland 1 R 0 a douMe-header on Saturday, and di- Washington 2 3 llvided the series evenly. The after- Blanding and Carisch Johnson and noon game Iasted inninss of 'brilliant ball. The second contest was not as good an exhibition. Buckles for the Hat- ters pitched good ball, but the infield worked badly, making five bulia .Rob- ins won, 5 to 1. Scores: First game: Moose Jaw............ i n 3 Medicine Hat........... 2 5 3 Williams. Detroit Hoston St. Louis 152 Xew York 271 Mitchell and Runibcr Fisher and Sweeney and fichill and Sheridan. No Sunday games reported. FEDERAL SATURDAY GAMES St. Louis 4 Hrool'lyn 3 Kueppt-r and Hartley Maxwell and Jlrennan. M 10 Harrah and Kelly; Martin and Second game: Moose Jaw............ 5 g 0 Medicine Hat........... 1 5 Jarrott and Barth. Wally; Buckles and Indianapolis 4 Haltimorc 1 Mosley and Rariden Wilhelm Russell. Regina Won Both Saskatoon, Sask., May Red Sox took a double-header from the Quakers, taking the first game G to 1, and shutting out the home team j in the second. Both games 'were reai Chicago Buffalo Hrennan and Wilso Blair. baseball, with lots of thrills. j First game: 3 3 j Saskatoon 8 ;i {Regina Ford add Kaillo and Walters; Ryan and Roth. Second game: Kansas City 7 10 1 j Pitlshurg fi M -5 Harris, Packard and Eastcrlv CamniU anil Harry. No Sunday games reported. TOUGH LUCK Captain of British Polo Team Dislo- cated Shoulder In Practice London, .May H. A. Tomklnson, No. 1, of tho British no'io team, selected to play at Meadow- brook for the International polo tro- ithy, dislocated a shoulder while play- ing at Hurlingham tills afternoon. Whether tlm Injury would prevent him going to the United. Statoa could jnot bo immediately Ity the I Kiirifecm iu attfindanr.A Hegfna Saskatoon Rhodes Waiters. 5 S 3 0 3 2 JUNIOR BASKET BALL' SCHEDULE May Cyprian's vs. Wesley. May vs. St. Cyprian's. June vs. Wesley. june Cyprian's vs. Wesley. June vs. St. Cyprian's. June vs. Knox. JUNIOR BASEBALL SCHEDULE May Cyprian's vs. Westmin- ster. May Andrew's vs. St. Cy- prian's. June Andrew's vs. West- minster. June vs. St. Cy- prian's. June Cyprian's vs. St. An- drew's. June vs. St. u- drew's. O'DAY'S "FINISH IN SIGHT Cubs' Manager Has Almost Reached the End of His Tether at Chicago Chicago, 111., May 0'- 'Day's regime as pilot of the Chicago Cubs will end'soon, according to a report which gained wide circulation about the baseball Rialto. The same story .had it that Roger Bresnahan, once manager of the St. 'Louis Ca.r- dinals, would be elevated to the of- fice. The threatened removal of 0'- Day Is said to have followed a series of star chamber sessions attended by the Cub management. "Ty" Cohb, with a salary of a year from the Detroit Tigers, is reported to be flirting: desperately with a prospective three-year con- tract with the Chicago Federals at a year. Erstwhile team- mates of Cobb are authority for story- -Mr. Weeghman, president of The Junior fcimftmeiit of tho Leth- bridge Sunday school baseball league opened Friday at the" baseball ilia- uioiul across tlio track, close to tin 1. H. C. The. St. Patrick's won the gameMiy-; 9 to 2. The. game started with Knox at, hat, and it was not long till they filled al! the bases, and no one out. This they repeated more than once during the Vaselenak seem- ed to grease up a" little and slip out of the. hole, each time. The teams KNOX V 'ST.! PATRICK'S Pitcher Donaldson Vaselenak Catcher Totile.and Drinkall Ferko First Base Dunham Second Base Cascndeu and Ellyn Short-stop Maxwell Third Base Richardson Right Field Ellyn and Gascaden Centre Field Driukall and. Ellyir Left Field Baines Moore Zubach Popson Smyth Gregg Chelae Supina FERN1E NEWS NOTES Feruie, B.C., Mar, E.' Cole, relief agent of the Great Northern Railway. IB in the city. Dr. Bonnell returned from the Coast on_.Friday. The Hon. W. R. Ross, Minister" of ahfls, is spending a few days in the city. A. WaUinger, government agent, 'ranbrook, was in the city on Friday, Norman Henderson of Nanaimo, is renewing acquaintances in Fernle. Robert Spiers 'was seriously hurt at the mines at Friday by a fail of rock.. J." Silv'erwood. was. thrown .from his jicycle when crossing' .Great XorUiern He'received painful njuries, and was taken to the hospl- :al for treatment. N. E: Sudflaby's new driig atoro was ormally opened for business on Sat- urday. A very good, baseball was played on Friday evening between the llerks and the Scouts, resulting in a score of 6 to 10 in favor of the lat- ter. Pascoe and Plckett pitched for he Clerks, and Hoffman and Mac- dbugal for the scouts. A game of lacrosse is to be played between Fernie and Coal Creek on Sunday. Arrangements are being made to hare Billy Weeks and ,Toe Uvanni neet here on July 1- to decide the riddle-weight boxing championship oi" anada. CHEW SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW JUICK Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Quebec Wlnnipi) Railway Line for Pincher This Yeai CONTINUED PROM FRONT PAGE dary; liul I a innot opposed to the road, we want the and now -hat they liave been given a.ywr'a extension of time, I sincerely they will proceed to construct, Mr. Reid: That .information .wag given to me, and I shall urge that they proceed with the work at telegram having beeu shown, to today, 1 shall communicate imme> diately .with them and ash them to carry out the promise they in their.telegram. Ferliapi that will iiave a little effect in Ihductnc them to proceed. Mr. Oliver: Fur wliat.length of road was it said, the'finances had been ar. ranged for, arid what section of Is it build? The telegram did not go into tails: it Just said: 'Have made finan. clal arrangements for the building of he road.' Mr. Warnock: I think they are Hmnd to commence on the first hun< ired miles south. That what Ins subsidy was given for last year. Mr. Held: They will commtnca where the subsidy is given; there is no doubt about that. The-bill'was reported, read the. ;htrd time, and passed. ___ J. M. Aikin Gives Lie to Carrick CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE two or three years MacKenzie Ss "Mann would lie back ia Ottawa, and .heir strongest argument then would be that the government had become a partuer in tho enterprise. Wants Reil Invettfgation Mr. German maintained that real investigation, had been made into the standing of the Canadian North- ern Railway last, session. The state- ments ot" MacKonrie anfl Mann 3iad been accented by the said. Tliey had been accepted again, this session. It was necesiary in-tha public interest that there should be a real investigation, to how far the forty-fire millions would go toward the completion, ot the en- terprise. and Rvan; Cadrcau and the Chlcaso Federals, intimated thai overtures might be made to the Georgian.. Calgary, One Apiece May and Bronks hroke even on Saturday. In the first game, the Eskimos made seven off Kessclering in the first inn- ings, anil l-ioomis, who. succeeded him, fared Mttte better. Scores: First ganif.: IS 1 Calgary............... 6 10 7 Spaulindg and Lemieux; Kesaclcr-. intf, Loomifi, Oago and Ryan. Second Kiinie: Edmonton............. 3 4 0 Cttlgary......... 7 5 RuHgcll, .Clrtytou and Spencer; JfL'lUlf. lUld JpUtiS. o BASEBALL UNIFORMS HAVE ARRIVED HERE Tho uniforms of tho Leth- bridse Baseball club have ar- rived. The team will don them at Bow Island on Tuesday af- ternoon in the opening game of tho Diutrlct league. They will he distributed this even- ing at the Hall Park, and some of the boys will bo seen cavorting around in them. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more ly dnink Hum at meal time. The prejudice agninsl strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride the ol' all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one thut we can back up by proof. Come to our brewery and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;