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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTUBBIDQH ffBMALD TUESDAY, MAT! BENT ON MAKING GOOD SHOW. AT TOURNAMENT IN JULY Macleod, Alto.; May de- .termined to make a goad showing at the Western Canada polo tournament, to be'held here in the early .part of July, 'tie Jlacledd poloisfs are. coing In for'the some this season wiUi a vengeance, and iu order to show the natives that they would be prepared deliver the goods whea lha proper time arrived, a reception was held on tbe grounds this afternoon. An at- tractive pavilion been Creeled the leEt-.of the field, aii-3 of Uiis the feminine portion .of Macleod society v- took full possession this afternoon, tea belns served by ths members of the half-past four. Played Match .During the course of the afteriioon tHe polo playors divided into two the Keda made up of Messrs. 31. Proud, H. B..Bames, Geo. Scuu- t< gall and Dr. A. H. N. Kennedy, and 0'th.e consisting of Inspector r-iDann, Harry Evans, Gunn and DaTls. ;.flashed, and. the exhibition of polo forth was decidedly creditable to -S'any professional aggregation. At (he of ibe sirth chueKer each team scored two soais, one of which ;had been annexed by Proud, who with opponents .at .his-..heels dashed R Roosevelt the entire tength of the with the balj, and un- mided pierced tbe, flags- .L RepreBentitive Spectators Amonjz those iioiicod on the linea Forfeited When He Cast His Shoes to Beat Ordeman 5tr. and llrs. S.. Heap and Constance; Dr. and Mrs. trn; Mr. and Mrs. Henston and Misses Qundry and Birnle; Mrs. Proud aad Miss Proud: .Air. and '.Sirs. Colin BobinEon; Publicity Com- and Mrs. Hoflitt; Mrs. Starnes and Jfrs. Campbell; Mr. and 3ITB. X'H. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny; Mr. and Mrs- Mercer of Misees Nina Grier, Jessi Grady, Georgie'Beecher, E. Jones an Mr. and Mrs. Barnes; Mr siid J. Camnbell: Mr. an ilrs. Rehwick; Mr. and Mrs..Youns 'and Messrs. P. F. Kortwright, .Chi TCOrtTigllt, J. B. Balllift, N. McCaigf H Xapper, Beunet, Dayin and Gilles- pie. Some time ngo the Herald publish od an account to the affect tnat'Zbys (he wrestler, much peeved at hi3 manager for making n mate MriUi Ordemaii, whereby tbe Pole..wa required to wear shoes In the They met Friday night" at Minneapo Us. and that the Polo lied fiood rea aon: to fear1" a match with Ordema wearing shoes was fully sustained Here is a full account of the matcl fay George Barton, iu the Minneapo- lis News, which 2byszko -won, bu nvilich cost lilm J500 in forfeit money for not keeping to the agreemen drawn pu uy bis manager: Henry Ordemau, the Auericnn champion, lind his fling at the world's chnmuionship night at Nlcolle park, and lost because Staoisltu's Zbyszfeo preferred to forfeit S500 ra !.her ttan wear shoes throughout tbe match. Ordeman Wins Fall The Minneapolis mau gained the first full on the uuily Pole with toehold in twenty-two minutes am fourteen seconds. After Referee Whltmore bad awarded Ordeman the fall, Zbyszko angrily tore off his ahoes and thre'w them somojvherd In to left field. will not keep the LOCAL BALL TEAM OFF TO BOW ISLAND Tbe Letbarldge naseball team lei the city this afternoon for Bow Tsl .and, wbere the firsi game of.the Sou them Alberta league will be played The weather, has been too cold to ad mit of the'b'ojs getting in tlie neces sary practice, but the line-up is a seasoned one, and the team should .give a good account of itself at the gas town today.' Here is the line-up: Avrar.'Rcm rmcr, MacGiuke, Evans, Mackin, Dav- is, Williamson, .Greea, Hodsou, Mor- rifOD. It will be observed that new faces appear. Principal among them is the one named Remraer. Remmcx is pitcher, just, arrived this morning from" ?ifooEe'Jaw, where he played with, tbe professional team ot place in the Western Canada league. His in Unknown, hut baring been with the MilJera he ought to be good enough ior this league. Remmcr w.is lecured hy Manager Johnny Mackin through a. communication "to Bert Dunn, manager of the Medicine Hat Jos Jackson has made himself pop- ular with the rlghtfield bleachers by toealng a bail Into them every eame. If that Js popularity. Duck Weaver ought to be EOlId with back of first base. Are You Buying a Cycle? SEE US BEFORE YOU DO All the beat makes Jn elect, ...IU BraaUorjJa, ..Cjrus PtUllpe, Mi Slindird Cj-claa. BlwcUciliona, the Best ot -i Bat allowautas on old nm- chlnei. or payments. B. S. A. Cycles built to order; 2 ud 3-epecd Gears fltted; full of accessories. Ptatlnt and Enamel- Lethbridge le Gb. 110 5th St. 9. shoes on. Ordeman pan nave my shouted the Pole. This act was greeted with jeering by the crowd, arid number of eicited spec- tators worked their Tray to the ring- side and threatened Zyb with vio- lence If ha didn't don the shoes ag- ain." ;It required the efforts of sever- al'policemen -to save tbe ;FpIe from being manhandled. A ion? followed. Referee Whltmore ruled that when Zbyszko forfeited iis he fulfilled his part o( the contract regarding the 'wearing pr.'footEear, that'If Ordemah refused to wrestle under the circum- stances, it would be necessary for him to award the match to the Pole. Nortk'showa Pluck' The crowd yelled to Ordeman-not to Continue the match unless Zbyszko put on his shoes again. Rather Ihan iave the contest end in a fiasco, the plucky wrestler said he would go. through -with the contest, and let hit opponent "wrestle barefoot- _.' Ordeman and Zbyszkp tore Into one another like a couple of 'wild.iiillV In the second. boiiL The sounfl of one crashing the other to tbe mat could be heard fully a block away from tlie ring. Several times Ordeman had his opponent in tight places by using the toe-hold, but the Pole managed to kick his feet free. Following a lively mii-up, Zbyszko I secured a crotch and half-Nelson. Just as Ordeman nearly extricated himself from this hold, tlie Pole shift- ed to a crotch and and put Ordeman into a bridge. Tjbe' ZBYSZlvO Norsk and aqulrmed and ought for all_.there, was in. niin'ib get free. After putting up aa game a Ight as local mat fans.ever .d, Ordeman'B should era were Eorcefl o the mat In thirteen mlnutea and ourteen The third 'bout-vTas-a. repetition of tie Becottl, eadh.' man trying desper- tely .to pin the other as quickly as osslble. The gement to Orderoan and'-tlie local nan responded' to' the tiest" oE his biHty. He clamped several toeholds n Zyb, but the Pole vai perspiring and the Norsk unable to etain his gr'p on Elippery set. It was anybody's match for thirty liuutee, when Ordeman. to egairi. hls-feeli.BllpDed Into a crotch nd' ialf-Neleon. as he-would, be American champion, could not ear himself free, losing the fall and out in thirty-three minutes. Ordtman May Retire Ordeman was broken-heartod after be match, and said be iro'uld proba- ly never wrestle The crowd surged field at the coiiclu'sion of the match, nnd it was necessary for n Bqiiad or police. io escort Zbyazko to "h'is dresfilog- Frank theKcnly regular old guard of the.Cubkutat hangi on, except a fine lelder and a hard hitter.of the cleap- p It'always looks to the aa If Schulte never exerted Imself very much, in fact, he didn't eem. to care.much. Hank O'Day, with hja driving methode may be able "to change this, but that remains to be S3C71.- Frank's old team matei are scat- tered wide. Slaglfli Stein- feldf, KJinn, PheUter, Overall, Richie and Howard, have ad bllppecf out of the big while the rest are all gone from Chicago, -i i ENGLISH London, aiiiy three county cricket matclies -Saturday, 'concTud.ed. NATIONAL New BV l. Cincinnati -.........IQ'i'lS 5 Dcnmrce, AVillse, Schautr aiid er Douglas, Behtoo, Yingliug and Clark. Philadelphia 232 Chicago............................. -i 71 Mat-shall and Douin Vaughn and Brcsuahaii. Poster 451 PUtsQurg l. tf l James and CJowdyjlAditiis, Jaii ami Gitfiou and' AMERICAN St. Louis ,10 0 New York 2" 5 3 Jamrs and Agnew Hale and Nunamaktr.. Chlcnjb Philadelphia Russell and Sclialk Crossin, Me 1 3 li Bfnrtcr am Detroit .0 2 Boston 2 t Main, Covalcski and Stanasc Fos tcr anil Thomas' Cleveland 3 Washington 3 6 Hogerman, Mitchell and Carisch James, Ayers and Henry. FEDERAL ndianapolis............ Brooklyn Mullen and Wnrrcn ;on and Land. 0 3 SottlMs. 11 3 11 Sea- Ctinsas City JaHimorc............. Stone, Heiming Quinn and Russell. St. Louis lufialo 5 1 and 2 3 Easterly 375 Lancashire and Surrey being successful counties. r Yorkshire visited Leyton Croot and Hartley Anderson and Blair. Chicago i 9 15 0 iltsburg McGuire- and Wilson; Walker, .dams and Harry. WESTERN CANADA 'HBAdY-'HITTIN'O-. Calgary, May A triple, a dou- Ic, and seven -singles opportuncly cd by tUe Bronks, and six singles ecui-ed by tlie meand yio- ory for the four to three. Barth, 'irhd'iras -substituting" BEEBE SOME BATTLER Philadelphia Lightweight Hat Fought 692 Boutfl in Twelve Kid Beebe, an Italian of Philadelphia, has taken part In 592 ring contests' mostly in the Quaker city during the lait twelve years. Thai is an average of about one six- round bout a. treek, yet Beele sho'ws no sign of going back, and he is able iTe any man of weight a bat- tle. Perhaps some of his strength aod endurance are due to the fact hat be does not dissipate In any manner, using neither liquor nor to- tacco. Outside of a bruised ear, he shows no marks of the tremendous amount of punching be has undergone n hla Ions ring career. Beebe is ambitlouH to make his re- cord six hundred conteatg before re- .ring from the squared circle. FULLERTON SLAMS King Midas iiad Just made another ouch., he remarked, calling a errant to shore! in tbe gold, "WilJte iiie hasn't much, an. me." Dave Fultz, having ordered Connla lack to move ihe score board, Mack will now do as he pleases about it. We are commenclag to "believe that lie Athletics really are In a slump. They are commencing to blame tbe olored score hoard lor their [allure o ML Tie Terrapins having signed Pish, why doa't they go after Dealer and Crabbe? There are 410 games of baseball layed by amateur teams In Chicago arks every Saturday and ret it takes tea years to find one Cobb, It Mr. Upton Sinclair really denires o rescue a mournlnff array he might 111 tbo Brinks, either at' the West Wo parJf in Chicago, or at Cleveland. ..The early bird also If) llauln to LOOK HERE BASE'BALL GAME Men'3 Bible class of Wesley church will play another gome of hall tomorrow uight on the grounds as last week. The Crawford Peaches arc after revenge this week, and the -Young Bucks are defiant. The same teams will bs played. Everybody come and bring your -equipment." The Dlace'is Fif- teenth street and Fifth avenue South, time 7 p.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE FOOTBALL and scored iu winning by an inning and h. 'The wlri- nerB1 chleC scorers were 106; Hirst, 81; Dolnliin, 66, and-Den- ton, 54; while Booth captured six of the Essex wickets at tin average of 16 runs each. At Manchester, 'Lancashire, won. from Derbyshire by the. jin of 35 runs. Siiarp ifjis the'.prin- cipal scorer for Lancashire, with 105 and 56, while L. Curgen- ven made (14 and 81 not1 but, respect- ively, for Derbyshire. Surrey scored a nine wicket victory, over Worcestershire at the Surreyites' Drtnctpal .-Hcdtira being with 118, Hayward 61- and Hitch 55.' the jfor'Flicgcr, lifted the spheroid fence with Medicine Hat 3 Westminster Junior team line-up for game against St. Cyprian's. 10- nlght: C. Jackson; 1L Mcllvenna and Alan Walton; F. Ingram, W. Mallen and E. Wilson; C. Bains, W. Coffee, R. Mallen, H. Chaplow nnd A. Radley. SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE BASEBALL Tonight the Wesley and Kuo.v inter- mediate baseball, teams 'will meet was espectefl that yesterday the Barracks In .a Sunday school league fixture. Mr. Shover will umpire. The Junior Knox and Wesley teams ill play a, baseball rixt.ure on Thurs- day evening at the same place. AMERICANS OUTCLASSED .IN ST. GEORGE'S CUP FINAL Sandwich, England, .May erican golfers were outclassed by- Scotch and English players over the Sandwich links in the finaK'round foi- Uie St champioii; grand challenge cun. With an aggregate of 116 nine better than Ills neal-ist Ameri- can competitor, Jerome Travere, the American amateur champion, j John Graham, Jr., Scotland, Tor second .tlrna won ths coveted trophy. In doing so Graham also lowered hy two strokes the play for the cup. Trayere, for the 3G holes, turned in a card of 155, Francis Ouimet, the American open champion, 158 strokes to cover the course; Char- les W. Brans. Chicago, 150; "Fraaer Hale, Chicago, 1GC; Harold .-Weber, Toledo, 'i07; and C. E. Inslee, Onelda Community cluh, New York, 1C9. Travera proved a he Calgary Hickej1 arid Bliss Kesselring' Ryan. 7 0 AWFUL W.ALLOPIN'0- Moose" Jaw, May Quakers gave the ,110me team an awful drilling as the pitchers could not hold them down to fifteen mis of all dimensions, Saskatoon ............'..........11 15 o Moose Jaw...........: 070 Beer and Walters ;-Gavin, Canri and Kelly. ..CLEAK-UP INT SEVENTH May rally of the Eskimos in the seventh" netted six runs and defeated the lied Sox, tlie final scnic being 7 to 3. Good support saved Bearmaii, ,who wns 3 7 "The reatest oil strike that That is what the scientists say of the Calgary Field. Here Arc extracts from the news dis- V: v "TVt oil It It U of l blullh color, diie to Mdlunnt. tp Mttli It out of well pric- tlepjlr impure fuollne." "Tbi oil ibootlns 64 fwt tin Iwr." Titt Dlmnun 'oil itart more 1WKI% over -'-V.-'- ''A. IMHIiDIATILY ADJOiNlNCj: THt DIN OMAN AND WITMJN A THROW Of JT It ONI OF THi Till Of THE Gas and Oil Development Co. Ltd. This IB tbe site of Well No. one. Oil In tills veil IB a certainty. Beeldee this, Lbe Herroo-Elder Co. has aor'n, UB various' looar coverinff every part of Ihe anticline. .Tlio Herrpn-Elder Co. his kest Its with the public. Before 'oU'was had advertised a bonus ol stock with every pur- chase cf ten shares or more. This Oder vaa kept open, according to Its promise; until Saturday at 9 p.in. ot lucky Inveit- loolc advintije or It. The Herron-Eldsr Co. nukeg no more proraLsce. At tbe present time stock li Helling at pur, i.e., fl-00 per share in lota of ten saarw or more. This price may be advanced at any lime without previous notice...Tour order, accompanied by' remittftnoe, VlU'bd filled'at thta pHcip if tbe stock has not advanced before your order reaches Calgary. If Uie stock hue advanced, your money will be promptly refunded or applied on stock at the advanced rale, as you may direct Opportunity is knocking at your door now as she bas never before.. Are you ready tp The difference be- tween poverty and riches IE generally spc.lt by the one time Is NOW! The foMowjng. order blank la for your convenience. Fill It 1n pencil, writing name and Make all remit- tances payable to The Power Cities Investmemts, Mind S14 Flrtt St. West. FISCAL AGENTS. Calgary, Altl. THE POWER CITIES INVESTMENTS LIMITED. 814 Flrit street Welt.-' Caljary, Alberta. "Gentlemen: Please flnd cocloowl for which please iflauc to me....................... Bharee o[ Herron-Elder. Gas Oil Dsvelopment Co. Ltd. stock at ll.ffO 'Signature..................................... Address................................. CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE BA5 Edmonton I DottorfT. flerges and jiTian and Spencer. ?2 12 0 Beac- SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE CORRECT SCHEDULE GAMES S. S. BASKETBALL LEAQUE The basketball schedule or the Sunday school league, published yes- .erday, was Incorrect. This Is the cor- rect BCbedulQ of sanies: May Cyprian's vs. Knoi. Slay vs. St. Mary's. June VB. St. Mary's. Juno vs. St. Cyprian's. .Tune vs. Wesley. June Jlary's vs. St. Cyp- rlan'e. June TS. St. Cyprian's. Juno Mary's VB. Wesley. June Mary's va. .Knox. June Cyprian's VH. Wesley. Juno it. Knox. July Cyprian's vs. SI. ,7 "would imurovo hla first round score of 77, hut lie required 78. around, making hla total 155. to get Qulmet cut two strokes yesterday off ;iils score of 80 Thursday, mailing his to- tal 35R. In the. general competition Oulmot finished In 13th nlace, while Evans wns tied with fourteen other players for Utli place. D. Hansom, Crowborpugh, required ten moro" strokes, which, .brought lila aggreBato score up to 1B4. Harold H. Hilton, Iho BrltiBh nraatour champion, flniubcd up the roliod with 15S. NATIONAL W. U. Pet. Pitlsburg New Youk Cincinnati Brooklyn Philadelphia 15 12 10 11 11 St. Louis'.................. 13 Chicago 11 Boston 4 .652 .COO .593 .550 .521 .401 .407 .200 AMERICAN Detroit, id Philadelphia H Washington H W. U.Pct. St. Louis New York Boston 13 11 ill Chicago 11 Cleveland 8 .070 .030 .5SS :500 .178 .455 .306 FEDERAL W. L. Pet. Baltimore H St. Louis Chicago.................... Brooklyn Tndianapolis Buffalo Kansas City Pitlsburg .007 .580 .612 .520 .455 .333 WESTERN CANADA w. L. per Saskatoon S 4 .602 guts' 8 7 .833 Medicine Hut (I 7 Edmonton 6 7 .462 isc Jaw 6 8 .128 Ueglna 57 .417. 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