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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 25, 19K, PAGE THUD BnSEBtl NATIONAL Lethbridge C. R R. Eleven Captures the Ewert Trophy Defeating Med. Hat 3 to 1 Chicago Miiladclphia 'itlsbufp, llrooklyn Hoslon St. Louis Cincinnati New York Chicago Ilostoil..... SPORTS DECEIVED RIME KICK IN THE SLATS lupltcr Pllivlns made a Kill- here yesterday ot the many scheduled sporting events. On y the foolball match at the Ath- luli'c I'arlt went through accord- liiU to arrangements. Trap shcotiiis, lawn bowline. alMind to6 take a tacit seat while the "upper deap" poured forth the mailing of ll million or more in wheat, etc. 20 n 15 I'l 14 15 12 11. P.O. .C25 .1107 .500 .407 .109 .429 .107 :i II 121 I for ttnir, wluMl a drop centre lino aiiow- i cil the hall to go over his lllc'toft "uiial" tot ever Wat llcw- ami groat amusement. Ne-.v York si mini was scored by iioston 'l i-tlibridcc after about trn oi' ul-iv iii- tlie 'lirat lialf, at. Louis nnd toiiM.cvciand it taking the bull Philadelphia All oilier games postponed: rain Boston'1.'No oilier, games. AMERICAN W. L. 23 32 MRMUDA SALISBURY GREENE ROME CO.. BERUK. ONTARIO GWLAKE A The liwcrt Cup comes to l.cili- hridgc. The emblem oi the inlci'-city football chanipionsliip was captured K tin- Lethbridgc U. 1'. II. eleven its' hack, Hcstwick ami v figuring in a pica- oi c-a -xiiii- u. scclircl1 fov Lcthbridgo opened rain i their third goal, and .dosed in a >JvcigaNot the fa grounds were in poor shapi time and they nccanip worse I Saturday-Washington (i, Cleveland fame crowd saw the U (ri innings) Philadelphia 2, De- ri hardly be expected in i troit 5 iioston 3, Chicago 11 ild nare ee ro o prevailing weather coadi-i yock 3, si. Louis 0. 5, DeUoit 10 Cleveland 1, Washington 1 Boston 2, Chicago -1 New York 3, St. Louis nc local team was as Hewitt i Holland and Kaston inaiim-i. .in Hewitt' Holland anil i-.as.iun. supremacy... ]U and Holljcrton Knight, The Arrant, Linning and Best, to being shut out oi the scoring dt-iviiu. .__________ Local Intermediate Soccer Team Beat Indian Boys at Macleodin Holiday Match Pittsbuig Chicago Kansas City Brooklyn St. Louis Baltimore Buliaio Baltimore St. Louis FEDERAL W. L 20 Lcthbridge 'Rovers defeated the. Blood Indians in a game of football at Jlacleod on Victoria Day: The score was -1-0. Taylor, the inside od two.'and Buchanan, the centre for- ward, scored, the other two. The four goa-is were.scored in .the first hall. The rain marred the game tp a cousili making good play very Mneii credit is due to the Rev. Mr. jitddleton for his work the Indians, and with a little, practice, they will be able to hold their own. A re- turn 'game is .expected, in. the week in June in Lelhbridge., While in Jlacleod, the Rovers.-dined it the Silver Grill, wher receiv- 21 IS 18 15 14 13 -10 increasing enormoudy Can we tell you the Reason Why? "A Trial Package will bring Enlightenment" THE DEMAND Toronto. Ont., liny result of the historic King's Plate, run here Sal unlay after- noon at the Woodbine race track, was as follows: Kail Montague, Pepper Sauce, Time, 2.091-5" The running OL' the King's Plate, the feature race of the opening day at Woodbine, brquBht out one of Ihe hest v fields that has ever contested the event. Tartarean came from behind in the home stretch, anad belt her stable v companion, Fair Montague, by a neck in the final strides. Twelve horses ran. only two v dropping out. Tartarean and Fair Montague are owned by v Charles Millar, a well-known barrister. v WHITE TO MANAGE VENICE Old White Sox .Pitcher Takes "Happy -'rio'gan'a" Place Los Angeles. Col., May 24.-O. Har- ris White, nitclier of the Ven- ice GbaSt-lea'gue team, was made act- ing manager of tile according to -an'announcement by Ed Maler, pre- Grassy Lake, Hay 2-i.-Tlm tion ol the Queen's birthday in this Iowa was a success as usual. I he children's sports were in the morn- ing Immediately after this it began .u rain heavily until 12.30 and then here was a continuous -drizzle until i p m Soon ailer the crowd, which had collected during the morning, be- gan to vend, its way to the (air 'i-uumls Tlierc were people Irom la- icr liunlettc, vi'iimilred. Koremost mil tin: surrounding districts. l-'Vcry- oiie had an eiijoyalilc time, and claim- ed that Grassy Lake was a good ilace to spend a holiday. The following were the prize wm- l.'i-cc ior all pony Thacker, 13. Clark. Pony race-Miss 13. Haisbeck, Miss Craig, Miss J. Haisbeck. Ladies' half mile pony F. Sandy, Miss Craig. Uuegv Hod, C. K. Devlin. Free'for H- Sandy, Miss "pSi'ibition racc-C. Berlin. 100 yard Walker, Tom Walker. The football game, Grassy Lake vs Talier, was an interesting one. Robt. McLachlan as referee gave fair decis- ions, and the game was a clean one throughout. -The score was 3 to 1. in favor of Grassy Lake, but it was no walkover, for the Taber team showed good team work, and was on the ag- gressive a good part oi the time. The baseball game, Grassy Lake vs liurdettc, resulted ill a score of 8 to Ii in favor of tht! latter. Probably one of the most interest- ing events of the day was the basket- ball game between the girls of Grassy Lake and a team from Taber. The- score was 7 to 3 ia favor, of Taber. The game was a hard fought one and the Grassy Lake team promises to be good one. The dance in the evening was at- tended by a large crowd. The hall was filled to its utmost capacity. The music was good and everyone had an enjoyable time. SALADA1 CEYLON TEAS "ARE DELICIOUS TEAS" Many Citizens and School Children Celebrate Victoria Day One ol the most eloquent and spiring sermons ever preached from a Letlibridgc pulpit was given-bundaj morning at St. Augustiii's church by Rev Canon MurrAright. The whole service was patriotic in spirit and was for an Umpire Da! cele- bration The headquarters stall oi the 7th Brigade paraded to the church under Captain Magrath, and gave a nilitary touch whjch added to the mpi-esslTcness oi the ministers vords, which were in part as ioi- ows "It is never easy to estimate what ontribution our generation is giving to the world. We today are (ace to ace with responsibilities which no Empire has Had any parallel to m the past. Never before has bmpiro Uav been filled with such meaning. The last ten months have put the Empire to the test and such a great andtruw unity has been manifested that the world has stood amazed. The preacher then analyzed the causes oi the Empire's greatness and unitv "It is not the lust 01 power, ho said "it is not the dream of conr most it is not the aggrandizement ave come to the assistance of their mother with a loyalty and fierceness that has confounded the enemy. "Thcv told us there would ho civil war in' Ireland. There has not been and there never will be so long as tho is threatened by an cn- Smith and .lacklitch; Grooine and Hartley. slflent the Tigers. He succeeds the Slate Wallace L. Bray, known as "Happy" Hogan to the baseball world, who ago. will be retained on he'roster 'as i'liianager" until the end of the season. White is 35 --years old, and began ilayinfrbseeball at Georgetown .univer- sity Washington, B.C., where he was jorn He made-his start in profes- WOMAN RIDES CAYUSE IN SEATTLE HOTEL LOBBY .1 6 0 it hall Tiie at e ver r, onsilerable ed the very hest of service, ana.thc .onsilewoie, Use cult. the Indians' right Cllll. fc..- hack, proved his worth in the last halt, while Collier, the Rovers' goa'.keeper, was repeatedly called on to save, which he did in excellent style. tlle of the ante-room for dressing .purposes. The Hovers iinecl .up as follows: Collier; Kane and Pearson; Watts, Allen and Kelly; Davidson, Taylor, Buchanan, Jiacdohald and Gillespie. Kalisii's. City C- Jlpseley aiid. anil: Brown. Louis' BuHalJ-S, Kansas-City 2-; Chicago llrooklyn' 2 Baltimore-Pittsburgh liu. I- Baltimore 0, Chica- go 2-; second. Baltimore 2, Chicago 1 Bufialo 9, Kansas .City i; Newark Louis 10. jorn e Philadelphia, SB- tional'AoaSueiin 1901 'and 1802. He INDIANAPOLIS PUTS ON LID Indianapolis. Hid., May i contests between Lightweight pion Freddie Welsh-and Melburn Say- lor, and George Ghlp and Jack Dillon, which are scheduled to be held here Hay 28. not be permitted, owlns to ail announcement of Mayor Josoph E. .Bell, which became public yester- day. S. 0. E. PRACTICE The S O. E. football team will prac- tice tonight on the Barracks. grounds about 7 o'clock. ACCEPTED WITH THANKS of Militia Hughes, commenting today on the otter of baseball parapher- nalia for the use of Cauidian trocps in France, made through President Ban Johnson of the American le.igue said 'Of course we wlil accept the gen erous offer. I have wired my thanks aud accent-nice to Pre sident Johnson The Cin-ldians arp greatly pleased ith the of for and the spirit m which jt is made." INTERNATIONAL Providence................. Rochester..............T Newark.................... Toronto..............-....... of territory that is -brought the 01 iUtlllUl. V linou sons oi the Empire nocking from the sons ui four corners of the earth. uphold the ideals ol freedom, right- eo'usness, integrity _ which are t fl Y I Newark Toronto Richmond uffalo rsey City ontreal last-year. LARRY PIPER RELEASED Bill Henry is the only surviving Western Canada leaguer with the Ab- erdeen- Black Oats, Larry: Piper hav- Irie been harided his walking papers on departure of Piper cuts-down the native-born Canadians In tho Northwestern league to two, the thin red line being composed of Jack -neatly and' Walter Cadman both '-with Seattle. Hank O'Day and Big Si Northrup .who opened the season with St. Joe in the failed to malic the grade, and were let out. "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Runabout Price Yoar neighbor drives a Ford-why don't you? sellitt- more Forda in Canada this year than ever'be- Canadians-demand tim best in motor car service at the lowest possible cost. The "Made in Canada" Ford is a 'a luxury. Runabout Town Car price1' on application. All' F-rd'cars'are fully equipped, including electric head- 'lights No cars sold unequipped. Buyers of B'ord.cars will share in our proflts it we sell cars between Aupist 1, 1914 and August 1, 1M6. THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE BROS. 1232 3rd AVE. S. -PROPS. PHONE-633. rsey City ontreal AM. ASSOCIATION ouisville inneapolis olumhus ilwaukee idianapolis t Paul icveland ansas City i HARVARD'S FIRST WIN Ithaca, N.Y., May won the Varsity rowing race from Cornell Saturday for the first time m the his- tory of Oavuga.Lake regattas. The Crimson crew was victorious by naif Cornell's fast freshman eight, which defeated Yale and Princeton last weelt, won its race with Harvard's first year crew The time of the winners was: Harvard Varsity, 10.412-5; Cornell Freshmen, 30.52. Seattle, May cow boys dad in picturesque chaps anin the north. Mr.'Manley is a big mining operator in the Iditarod and Airs. Mfinley; a jolly little woman, is a true northerner. She delights in the "Arctic sun, and is of the type equally at home ihushiiig behind a dog team or on a ballroom floor. To prove that she is an outdoor woman, and has not forgotten to ride in spite-of her winter season on the Mrs Mauley leaped on the cayuse, and rode rim out into the lobby, while the guests yelled and clapped their ap- .iroval. ideals of our Empire, are also those oi the GCanon Murrel-Wr gut was prophetic in his statement. He declared that we are but instruments in tori s ,ands and that the future has a de- inite end; that after tins great time of trial was and mar abolished 'the ideals of King British flag eir.y.1' This statement brought great api plause from his audience. Mr. Conybeare expressed the hopa that this war would end in a t ion of the nations of the wor d, S among which would be Britain. 1'bis he said would be a great factor, in the peace of the world. The speaker concluded his addresl by exhorting the younger generation to honor the flag of Britain. "You can best honor it, he said, "bv being yourselves honorable and. upright.' Db not forget that the flag which each ol you holds in your hand is not meaningless-it is not merely. InmtinE-it represents the glory and honor oi the British Empire. Do nob dishonor it.by your own lives or Sol had apparently disap- peared for the day, the remainder ol the musical .program..was cut off and the most truly patriotic Victoria Dav celebration that has ever been held in Lcthbridge closed.by the sing-., hie of "God Save the King." Before the-school children ,eft thB grounds they were presented with or- whicli-wcre kindly donated by] icn ais anECS WHICH were MIIUIJ These ideals thB foiiowing gentlemen Messrs. Kingdom of Rotlinson, P. Colpman, J. Hor _" n Rnxcman. tOm W1B CH.LUI lorn of God and of the British Em- pire would he the ruling factors of livilization. "But .we, have our vices, .too, he continued. "Cross materialism is the jbief. It was "us that gave our en cmics conHdence They thought that the Empire was enenated by its rush after wealth, pleasure _ But what a -wonderful 'comeback It, shows that we have not gone too tar have not lost our ideals It is true that we. have ample cause lor encouragement It is with profound satisfaction that we see the sons ol tho Empire upholding the finest tra- t___ _. _ l' T Brymner, C. B. Bowman, S, H. A. McKillop, F. W. owner and'W. A. Buchanan. The city commissioners kindly pro- ided street cars to conVey: the chil- rcn home in the rain. The committee of ladies in chargo i the celebration wish to thank the bauds who furnished music lunns the morning, and also those gentllmen who so kindly donated tho iranges. CONTINUED FROM fKOKT-PAOB ditions oi the Empire The speaker expressed his'- abhor- He BASEBALL IN THE PASS Michel May Nest .Base- ball team defeated Michel hy 5. to 0, in a game on Sundae ________ ff ff -fr FISH SWIMS UP LEG OF MINISTER While He Was Officiating at a Baptismal Service. NORTHWESTERN ancouver berdeen iotoria acoma 'ictoria 'acoma spokaue BASEBALL TOMORROW NIGHT AT ATHLETIC PARK tjt The disappointed fans, who were looking forward to the opening of the ball season jes v are to be rewarded w ith -1r the opening game tomorrow at v 7 o'clock at the Athletic Park Knox and North Lethbridge will c'ash and point to a last game VERY MUCH LIKE WORK Methodical Routine of Soldier's Life In World's Greatest War S. S. ATHLETIC LEAGUE London Ma> is a meth 1 odical writes ah English soldier.; who -served in several Indian cam- paigns, and also in the "South African war. and who Is now at the front near Ypres In South he explains, "we rode gaily cut in .the morning, never knowing whether we would meet an enemy over the first-bill, .or never see ono ail-day. go to fight by the Ii o'clock omnibus from Vlamcr- unghe We know that we shall be in the firing line at a certain hour, and out of it'at another. It is all cut and, dned 1 The Germans are even more meth' odical There is a town behind our line (hat they shell regularly every Sunday from 11 to 3, and every wed nesday 2 30, at no time TbU Uw vat in tot nwMM, A schedule ot games has been drawn up for the football and baseball Athletic league. They follow: Junior Football May Andrew s St Shelbyville, John Rees, pastor of the Mt. Pisgah Baptist church, east of here, had fish for sup- per one evening recently. It was fine a bass'as ever graced the table of the most successful diciple of Iiaak Walton. It weighed one pound dress- ed. Mr. Rees' became possessed ol he fish in a'most unusual way. The minister, members ot his congregation and 30 converts, had assembled on we banks of Lewis Creek for baptiama services One half of the converts had been baptized when the nreacher felt an unusual sensation because of move- ments up one of his trouser legs.. He halted in the ceremonies several times as the movements became more ant moio annoying Finally, the fish man aged to net the belt line, anc into the folds of the preacher's shirt The minister held It there until th services were finished. Then he car ried his "catch" home. A Question of Degree 'What is for wanting t learn to dance'" "Well, it looks foolisher to sit sti and look forfiish than it does to get o jour teet and look foolish ton: Star. Cyp- June Cyprian's vs. ter. June is St An June Andrew's vs. St. Gyp- June Cyprian's vs. Westmin- July An drew's Junior Baseball Mas 27--Knox vs St Patricks 5-ntrtcV. Tune, is. St Patrick t June 21-St Patrjck'3 Wesley. July vs.' Knox, Ready Help in of phyiictl tnmbki cunMd br indigestion biliousness rtwltaig from torpid liver, inactive boweb, fa al- ways given, quickly, cerUinly, safely bythenostfamousoffamRytemediai PILLS oice and light back tilt s tear. Yet, vith the exception oi the beiumui strains ol hand music, all was quiet unW just previous to the departure when the gave the hoys parting cheer which was responded to t a renco of the Oerman atrocities said t "ITlicro is a cup of sorrow be- ing held to our lips, but wil drink' it, with calmness There is an other great awakening coming to oui cmies. Tim will fmd that instead being terrorized bs their hideou rocities the British fighting blooi? only lired to a greater heat Oanon Murrel-Wnght spoke of tn< eat sacrifices which we who ar aying at home ha.ve made and ar aking- There are things ave done but there is one thing ive not done yet have lken G'od" seriously and earnestl to' this war on our side, he said raised his hand and 'sraf revailed. Hosts invoked Gods aid nd as long as he did so his people anquishKi their opponents It is the asi that we at home can do to come lere everv Sunday and petition God or the'welfare of our soldiers" That i true patriotism If are going o do our part in this -.ar we should rowd God's house everv Sunday and nvoke his aid on the side of the ight DrivesHoreesOfTRange soldiers And so with flourish of flags, handkerchiefs and the ouris o hands, the tram drew away During: their star here the hoys have been the Hie of the town, and, many a regret is felt by Cardston- aus at their departure An party oi fourteen under command of Lieut lajlor left Friday rooming to prepare foi the reception ol their com. rades. CONTINUED FROM KKONT PAGE WOMAN IN. BAD CONDITION by S Kirkham, inspector oi weights and measures, has been here for two or three days testing scales, A C Price, general manager oi the Middle West Luirber Co was a isitor m town on Mr Haue who occupies, the same posi- ,ion with the Citizens Lumber Co as in on Tucadaj Jlr F II Jolmion, who has large nterests in this distnct, is in town or a few dajs on his. was to Hock Nopp has a contract to scrape off a new court for the Earner Ten ms club Work is almost completed Lewis Peterson is figuring on build- ing a new barn on Ins torn near fyrcll's Lake. Moat My bothered I tad lot the Ljrdte Uble ud I Bow feel -I u better and my puu toje left me. Yon can my if like. lamproudof wh.t yoarrOTe- ve done for MMT have one or 21 An Honest 'it mart be rimitud by wery minded, person, a 1 LnM SJ. rf Aw MdnniAtn. hkwk to Cabjars, May 22-Calgary figured with sad prominence in the casualty lists from yesterday prominent footballers, Charles Spauldlng and Thomas Deakin, and Wm Alfred Linsett, a Calgary law student, were reported killed In ac- tion; W Goodfellow, ot 130 Garden Crescent, was reported wounded, and missing, George Bennett, brother ot H B Bennett, M P was dwlarcd to be again dangerously 111 with, enteric, and Harry Clung, a railway mail clerk of the 10th, ww wound- ed Compound, K termed both by every thfaiio. ;