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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TMB LITIBKIDGI DAILY THURSDAY, MAT M. 1IU PLAYS MASTERLY GOLF CHICAGO PLAYER TAKES MEAS- URE OF BRITON WHO WON FROM TRAVERS OUIMET BEATEN Sandwich, England, May 20. e S. Bumell Tubbs, of the LitUestone'Golf.club, today de- (eated Francis Ouimet, .two down, leaving four Americans in the tournament. Tubbs won the match.. In the first nine holes, which concluded on Ouimet. Ouimet negotiated- 18 holes in'SS strokes and and Tnbbfi in 81? TUBBI then defeated Hms 3" up and 1 to plav, winning his way throusn'the UrSd round Sandwich, .Eneland, May zer Hale of. Chicago, was tho, only American to suffer defeat in the sec- ond round of the play for the British A.rthur Lockirood, tMImont Springs, Mas.s., defeated their oppon- Chicago, the former western cham-j didn't hurt Joe Benz, from the way pico, "and Harold Weber is working this season. A year ago he would have none back the min- ors, but Connie Mack .refused to waive on him. Callahin Is very glad now that he held on to him for the Chicago Americans. Benz is taking his turn regular now with Scott, Ciccrtte and the only spltballer on the White Son, unless Ed Walsh- comes back or Jas- per comes forward. ents As Francis Quiinet, Woodland Golf club, Mass., opfn cham- pion, and Frederick Herreshoff, Xew .YorS, did not compete today there ttill remain five of the 10 American entrants to continue the struggle Hale was put but of the running oy Ivo Wlitton, the .Australian cham- pion, DT four up and three to plav Whitton faultless golf, reach ing the turn in. 37, as did; Evans in ;his mateh. PLAYS STEADY GAME Evans met; a masterly player in Carl Brethiirton of Hansicorth, an adopted son of Charles A. Palmer, who defeated Jerome D. Travers in tie first round, hut, plavmg with re- 'markahle sieadmess and with smiling imperturbability which not even the loss of a 'hole through the intrusion of a spectator .disturbed, the Chtca- gpaR won the match by' two up and rise to play. Weber played the first round today because all those who .had -been. BALL HAS NEW PROMINSNT-BU31NES.S MAN BUYS FRANCHISE AND WILL r BACK SALARIES Victoria. B.C., pror, tracted" (Conference' of fern league directors here today, the drawn for that founu were not able basenal, Sjtllaaon In Victoria was sav- ,to complete the plav. Lockwood h, entry br.jMhull a ,o compee e av. ocwoo he Played in the second round having mer drawn a bve fur the first Evans and Kale plaied in the second round MATCH ATTRACTS BIG. .CROWD -Evans -and Bretherton attracted a great crowd of spectators and the coast" guards, holding the peopie back with rope at difficulty in keeping "the greens clean There seemed to he no more pnpUUr golier on -the course thanjthe smiling Chicago player The putting of both was indifferent t the eleventh hole Evans was put c" his game br a spectator walking across the green He got into a bunker and-firetherton -Avon-the: hole. The twelfth and: thirteenth holes were halved The fourteenth hols. elt in token of same, holds Cadreau and and Wally. 3 5 4 4 12 5 Walters; Concaunon he now 'will be .anticipated with much inter-! Pittsburg lest. New York NATIONAL .17 S 14 ..--..16 WATCH OUT FOR-TABER CRICKET TEAM put a strong team in the field against Lethbridge on Monday In the Southern Albe'ta Cricket league They realize that rho> will have to IB .on. their best'.behavlour ttf.win, and are having 'regular practice week. will be: selected febm tho I following: i j Messrs Paries leapt) Brearev E. and' R.' .Powell, Tuffleyi Bar- I tram, :Thompson, Lament, Sprowle, j Jones, -Rufldi Makinson, 'West 'and Brown. FREE FO'R- ALII PACE'ENTRY AT DETROIT'YEAR'S BIGGEST Eleven Named for the Nev.ton Stake.at Michigan Fair Cir- cuit Meeting In September Detroit, illcli.. May of tho big stables and many newcomers are included in the entries to the stakes to be raced al the Michigan state fo.lr grand circuit meeting on September 14 to 18. The. entry, list was given out tonight. It not only sihows tffen; ty-two entries In tho J50CO trot and twenty-five in the pace, but has tho biggest entry of the year in tho free for all pace, eleven being named. Western Canada Leagur. Changes Medicine Hat, AHa., May Brown, wJio pitched for the 'Hat last 1 year, has signed with Moose Jaw. The Millers released .Pitcher Caiyi, and signed TJollcnder and Wihr, released by Reglua, LOOK HERE NOTICE .TO .CALLIES A practice game win he.hdd oh the ground on FKday night. Strip in te r. M. C..A. at 7 sharp An important meeting of the Cailie executive will be, held after the gam'.. Cincinnati Brooklyn 12 St. Louis........ 15 Philadelphia H Chicago...... 13 Boston.......... 4 R 13 11 15 12 17 IS P.C. .680 .686 .552 .522 .500 .478 .433 .182 AMERICAN Detroit WaahiHStbn Phlladolplila St. Louis.. Boston.....'. ST. MARY'S EOOTBALL TEAM York .The-following players are requested to turn out for St.'Mary's vs. minster tomorrow, -May J. JIason, Riley, T.: Holland, J. Ward, Jones, C. 14 14 12 13 10 11 10 14 IS 13 IS 20 .667 .593 .683 .500 .480 .480 .419 .280 Grist, P. Parrant, Clayton, A. Mar- cliant. Players -strip at St. Mary's Parish hall at 6.46 p.m. .prompt. S.S. JUNIOR BASEBALL The Knox and Wesley Junior base- ball teams play tonight at tho Bar- racks. Mr. Shover will umpire. FEDERAL Baltimore St. Louis.. Indianapolis Chicago.. Brooklyn Buffalo.. Kansas City.. Pittsburg.. POLICE STOP BASEBALL GAME Scranton Magnates Will Seel! to En- force All Blue Laws if Games Are Prohibited on Sunday 16. 15 13 14 .10 11 11 8 7 13 13 10 12 18 1C .S3C .520 .519 .500 .478 .407 .360, WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon.. Calgary..... Moose -Taw Medicine Hat Reglna Scranlon, Pa., May 21. Wilien the Baltimore Syracuse and Scranton teams of tiie j Buffalo New York Slate 'ieaguVattemptecf'to Rochcstef INTERNATIOXAI jr. 9 15 0 12 10 play, ball last Sunrlay, Toronto ped by the police. Tlio _b'atterj' was Providence placed under arrest after fo'ne man had j Newark been retired at first. The arrest had. Jersey City been .expected, and .the. team owners say Obey will so into com't .and mandamus on tho officiala. Baseball offlr-lalH 'deelaro 'tii'at im- ICBS they aro allolwedlo oh'Sun- will prooecd to enforce the old blue.laws of the state, oven to tho oxlr-nt. of thp US'1 o? automo- biles olid fiUiJtt .cars ju- Montreal .625 .545 ,545 .476 .375 .333 NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 25 Seattle 22 Spokane 19 .Tacomr............... 1U I'ortbml..................... 15 21 21 .11) 25 .735 .505 ,543 .438 .417 .286 Sandwich, Bag.', Ilay W. Kvans, jr., of Chicago, was beat- tu by 4 up and 3 to play by C. B. Mai-Farlane, a Scottish golier Har- old Weber ot Toledo, vat (Mntcd by Captain Cecil K. Hutchiion of the Royal and Ancient club, St. An- drew's. up and 4 to play. Harold D. Hilton, the present title holder, wal put out of the coniMt tor the British uaitcur golf cham- pionship today by Edward Blackwell ot St. Andrew's, Scotland, who beat him by. 3 up in the fourth round. ITCHE AND WELSH MA1EIHO FIGHT Chicngo, 111., May Rit- chie, champion lightweight, today re- ceived word that London promoters had accepted his terms for a match ,n the British capital with Freddie Welsh, the English lighter. Ritchie said he would sign articles as soon as they reaeiic.il him. His demands included a guarantee of or fifty per cent, of the gross receipts, for the "advertising and 'for the, moving picture rights, a.total of The has not been sc-t but the match prob- ablv-will be Ritchie's next one after ,is bout with Charley White at Mil- waukee Tuesday night. Winnipeg'! life Friday E. E. Hall, President Hall, Ltd., Financial brokers. T. J.-Cherry, President Lake of the IVootls Milling Co. A. M. Fraser, Capitalist: D..W. JIcKerclier, Barrister. Aid. G. Grain Merchant. J. A. Banfield, Furniture E. B. Haltiicr, Investments. H. B. Lyall, Manager, Manitoba Bridse. ami Iron Works. J..H. Elliott, U..J. Whitla Co. B.. Coyne, Coyne, Martin, Barristerji...... f-. E. Drewry, Redwood J. R..J, .CAR NO. S-, Jas. McDiarmid, Pres., Jas.. Mc- Diari'nid Co., Ltd., Builders and Con- J. B. Pepler, Atkins .and Pepler, Investments. "C. D. Sheparrt, C. H. Bmlerton Co., Ltd., Real Estate Investments. ".'JI. V. Christfie, G. F. Stephens President, Winnipeg Board of Trade. Win. Martin; President Manitoba Gypsum Co. C'apt. Win. Grassie, President Win- nipeg Industrial Bureau. W. J. Prcs., W. 'J. Boyd, Confestioners and Bakers. F. W. S. Crispo, Supt., Union Bank oi Canada. D. M. Neeve, Manager, Union Bank of Canada. M; Bull; Pres., City and PTovincial Loan Co. L. C. Mclntyre, Paulin Chambers Co..'Manufacturing Confectioners. C. F. Roland, Commissioner, Win- nipeg Industrial Bureau. W. J: Bulman, President, Bulman Bros., Printers and Lithographers. W. H. Cross, Prcs., Land and Ag- ricultural Co., r.r Canada. CAR NQ. 4 A. W. Blake, London, Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. John Stovcl, President, Stove! Co. Ltd. E. C. Stovcl.-Stovsl Co., Ltd. T. G. Thompson, ThomTJsoh Sons Co.. Grain Merchants. W. li. Walker, Stewart Walker. L. 0. Barr, Vice-President Swift Canadian Co. 'Baron Rudt Von ial German Consul. John Erzinger, Wholesale Tobaccon- ist. D. H. Cooper, National Trust Co. AC'Il.. .Cadillac.1 Motor Sales Dr. P. W. Bonthuis-De-Vries, Man- aaing Director Netherlands Mortgage. Co. Fotrtst News-'Editor-; 'Wiii- :hipeg Telegram. r John In- Gco. W- Allan, Munson, Allan, .Laird Davis, Barristers, etc. The party left Winnipeg on May 19, and will be back on May 27. WhiteStar I DOMINION UNI ,j Front Montrenl From Liverpool Btt. M liwrwtte Sit May gat. Sat. June 23 gat. JUM 13-Oauada Sat. May 30 And weekly thereafter Bock early and secure choice of accommodntlonfl. Secure prepaid Ucketa for your friends coming from Eur- ope. We Have eiceptloual fa- cilltloi for tallnt care of this olaaa of biialneM. Ask about our 4 weeks' trip to Europe for (190: WEEKLY FftOfy NEW .YORK, SOCTON, PHILADELPHIA Hy the Followinf Linefl: American Line (one class cabin steamers 11.) White Star Leyland Line, Atlantic Tranaf port Line. Heil Star Line. Beitli- ing lists now open for air sum. mer BBillnss. For space, rates, Eailicgs, etc., apply to W. M. McLEOD, C.W.P.A. 333 Main Street, Winnipeg. Or to any railway or steamship asent. ARE ALL LARGE, NEW, FAST. SERVICE ASSOLUtELY HIGH GRADE. RATES THE VERY LOWEST OBTAINABLE. Sailings from. Motitrtal and Glasgow every Saturday. Tickets' for' your' friends in Europe can be' purchased from aiiy -Railway or. Steamship Agent The Idtal'Way toUheiC'ontlntnt'.' H. E. LIOMAN, GeneVal Agent 349 Main St., CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE CUNARD LINE CANADIAN SERVICE ONTRE.V ri.YMO tjTIt-- T.ONDON _ ?WnIflcent New Twin-Screw Htemners "ANDAMAN "ALAUNIA'.' "ASCANIA" "AUSON1A" niiiiaiMff) One-Cliiss' and Thlfil onsstngt'w, only lire carried.- modatJo the YcrinirlBh, Cftfc, .SmokJnif Servlccn also befwccn, NCIT York, Mcdttcrraiieiio. Adrlstlc. qucenstown, Liverpool. Xtw York, FlfilucuMrcl, Liver pool. TbeTasteHt Passenger and..Mall Servlcg (a. the TS'orld. AQU1TANIA LUSITANIA MAURETANtA For Information apply to' niiy Railway or Steamship Agent, or THE C17NARM BTKA3IS1HP CO.. LIJIITKD 3C4 MAIN, ST.. T. S. B. Mitchell, Agent, Lethbridge. Debating Home Rule Bill Again CONTINUED FnOJI FRONTPAGE ivoiild he satisfy curiosity regarding the terms of the bill.' G. D. Faher, Unionist, pressed the Prime Minister on the point as 'to whether the House of Commons would know something ot llio terms ot the amending hill before-they sent the existing Home .Rule hill to 'tuo upper ho'-isc. Uonar Law, the Unionist leader, pursued the matter, saying the Prime Minister had" suggested something would he revealed af the character of the amending hill in the .debate on the.present Homo .Rule hill. "Did the Prime Minister tlicn pro- pose to open that "No, I Jlo not propose to do was (lie Prime Minister's curb.ieplK. This enters the Home Rule .bill' on the last stretch. House i Considers C. N. Resolutions GoSriNUEl) FRQJji STANDISftflfo --W COLLAR they are at cndTof 'their', respiirc- Ics and must depend upon the govenii Ineht 'for assistance. these cir- cumstances they should be ly treated. .During the afternoon there was some warm cross-firing between Hon. W. T. several of tlie oppo- sition members' regai'd to seven million of stock received last year liy the government by c way of security! for loan then given to the Stoplmn Tisy.a, the Hungarian Premier, and Stcplicn Rakovsky, a niemlier of the.. Lower J-ioiise, fought a' duel with rapier's afternoon. fouglit'; live bouts were ,wouniled, Count''riszk 'inHhc right; arm Ilakovsky received a .slit in tltc ab- domen. The duel thereupon was stopped but the duelists left the field itiiout .cfictlina a reconciliation. ;