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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1911 T H E T. E r Fi B R I D (; E I) A [ L Y H E II A r> D PAGE FIVE ' liiis Lad? Knows Howjojeap We She always keeps Gin Pills in ttie House ]25 Sealers Perish 3ig Ice F m oe yrad at RUBE WADDE MURPHY TRAINS FOR RITCHIE At San Rafael Preparing for Battle on April 17 Snn Fraiioisco, Oul., April 1.-Miir-1 U'ln Tommy .MiiriJliy, tlu; liglilwciiiil |)iigilist. iirrivi.Ml lioro yesterday iVDiii N'inv Yorlt, ami Icl't lor Sun Itiirai-l, ('ill., wlii-rn 111; IjrRan lifilit trainini; i'or liiK -O-round Ijout, on April 17 vvilU Champion Willie Ritohio, 'who Is du wond'-r'nl ball piayer.s, nut time has coHcIimI ils loll. for'mer li'iits, as Hi' :t':(l lo 1)1' uiH!:-uali.'. ; bonus b.nd bcm Hi icj-s. T;;i;-, r.i!U�n:i � dif.iciiliy vlmn )!;. .1 t lie .-�t'inu a iid �� (";t.knt-i.;,.^, Ma:-. "I think GIX TILLS an- l!ie i,i:c:,i things for tliain tlu!^' ciiorl. ;ujd a lar lend iiy liic i load ;idib-l In t VV:- se) cijcoiilu i Tiif .-^fnilb'. .-�1! i'i\::;t 'va^, i. 1 � M i.n' Uic south. , a coa^t "ii and iuiald h i: n-aclied |'u":ida>. An iifMi- .iMi Ik was rounding; (';il.f IliiC" r;i!) iii'o nn lin'iinpsc fi'-l.J dr:!'I \ro from ili-' f .'.i hraiini* cca.-t a;r( .i'.iou! i!ip f-ir';" liiii'- a bli/xaid '�(t-.i'l(i|m(l tli slii|i. ��uttiuu" off obsfiva-i ;)!;;-; !n3t.^r-,t. R,-;ll-f, Pci--,ian;nt Cure-Package Mailed rra to All Plafn �.Vr.->.p:ier Trial In Si;:i(l;;-. i' am "I, 1^ McGRAW WAS SARCASTIC Player Rapyed Him and Gets Fine of S50.00 as Result The Py.-.iiTiid Smile. 7;Iaay >�:]-'r c-i' i'ilt.-- ii;ivr^ been c'l? : !!;!.! v.- U-xi,- Hyram;'! Pill Ic i.j.ii,. V. ii;;(.-ir ;i;ii!c-;' trcT.uneii!. ^Vi,ad b" hure ;, on v man slill liiK'f.-And his name !-� Clarke, ni.anagr'i- of I pennants m ang thill la-fof the greater Pittsburg, only ill the linr-np. Wi.aner. Freil � c'lih now. v.-as ��, liii! h" plays ~ ..-�i.'fened his wonderrul hat- MO WON FR Crucial Encounter in Baseball League at Y.M.C.A. Last Night-14-15 i'rav.ford. Stallage, tiie catcher, who ioined them in ll'OX, still is on a roster, and so are .\Ioriarty and lluf'i who .joined a year later. These fi\e art- all that remain of the bnmlre'.l'; of nUiyers who htive �worn tiie l.h--troit regalia-these rive tilone liace survi\ivl the crowd that sliowed its player in tliOFe he(ds to the other .\merican b.aguers ,yrt longer. .Ace a luilf dozen years ago. joints and dimmed Who hasn't heard of the wonderful ting orbs, t'nb machine-the baseball outfit thai Only Mathcw:-nn :i.d \MUse. pllch- always will be regarded as one of the ers, remain of the collection of ball greatest and most wondei-fnl in base- idaycrs tl\ai; broue it tlie nennani to baVi history? In lOOll, 190", Kiu.s. and .\'ew Yorlc in lO'il :!.;i| i;m,". Tbero 1910 they landed at the cre.st of Ihi^ are only four men on tic Pirates' pay- Xatlonal league-and landed tiiere roll today wb.o v�'y.' lii'Tc in 1909, without much exertion. ICveept in when the f^ittslnirgiiF mibhed the Na- 190.s. In those days it Inolced hb if tionnl lea.gue buni-y. ;:tid also tlie that grand old machine was good for world'.s chamnionshi Tltose men t 1 ; bIx to ten years more. Rut what has are Pit'dier Adam.-, ''ateliir dibson, InaOOr iiappened'.' Tl;e machine has been Old Man ^^'agner and "llam" Hyatt, smashed, its main cogs removed, and atllity. lot the wonderful club that hnng iiir Plank, neiider ai;:l IVivis are the ISO many records in 1900, 1907, and .inly ones left of tiie l'Oiy> ,\tlPetirs, 'l9(iS. only one man remains-Frank ,\H the others liave coik. their senar- Schulte the veteran outfielder. .\nd ate ways, and laudi d. at last, in oh- .M.ilr:. .\aiir>;; ing t'*' iloii-.;( DDHOl 10 iril I.-.lohit .1. lite N'ew York ved the foilow-� o'.vcers of the iiivi-i'yy.i lo'i 0' tliat took pU.ie i:a ve. in ��aiiie, puspeiiib il him inili-tluilely and fill d iijm S'"".0(i." P.a; Xewmaii. tnanacer of the liihi.--ton club, '-".nocked .\Ic(lra^y d^uvn as till' result, it is .said, of remark.-, on t h" coaching line, wliicii >;ewman re-sciilcd. Muiont. Ti-\.. iV . maiM�:>']� (ji' ;a::;. today re--' 'i.'uraiu from ili Texas b-aui � 'vfler a tiiorou:;h tile de:dor.-ihl-- affair on our grounds yesfrday, v,-for My iiart -.viiicii .\i-v.'m:in Free P-^ PV"..\.\iin l.ilM.'G f'OMPAN^'. -r;i. Py.-.^y-iu Ridg., .Mar.shnll, ;\!icli. Kimiiy send me a i'-impb-. o;' Pyrc-e I'.'criidy, it oiine by mai', in plain v.-i-aopor. mid i' fri;l Street ntv Ptatr Atlanta, fia , .Viudi land .Anirrican l'-a'.;ie won from tiic .Uhinli-social ion clnh here, 1 1-The Clevc-teani today � Hoiilhern as-1. In the wcn-ds of the poet the game den in 19111, and he was two vears !''^^^^-^^ f'"" '^V end of the year. �ilh that club. Illness.began to g2i\an ninth, whc ii Ihere v.-as a ekance to sew th.inci- up. >raek setit Plank to bat for himself, and the (Hants v.-on in the tenth. Soreness, resuiling from the disagreement, is said to have grown iiiul resulted in .\!iirji'iiy's ri-lea;;.- lo Pallimore and his snbsequont jump to the Federals- Simple Remedy is Favorite Here The :--iii!p!e mixture of buck-lliorn bark, alycorine. etc., kao.vn as .-Vdler-i-ka, the remody wiiicli b:'came lamous by curing appendicii Is, is a great" favorite v.iih l.i-tlibridge people. Adlor-i-ka acts uii BOTH the lower and upii'r liowel ami drains off such ^in�)1ris�ng ainouul ol foul matter from I lie lif:dy that A SINGLE liOSF, iel!e\-(y. sour stomach almost l.M.MKniATFLY. ,1. D. llig-iiiboUiam it Co., druggists. was sent lo Texas in an efiort prolonK his life. Waddell wa.s horn in Butler, Peniia., October 1.'!, I87(L PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE SCORES I'"i i .�\t San Francisco- R H Venice............ 1 10 2 San Francisco.......... 7 12 0 Batteries-Klepfer, Decannier and Bliss; Standridgo and Schmidt. At Los Angeles- Lois Angeles...... Oakland.......... Batteries-Ryan an deicutcd ! the Ma'-on S'outii .\tla.iilic league-team li lo 1. Loiiis-.ille, lyy., .\pril 1. - Louisville today (lelealed the riiiciniuili Xalional leaguers in a hard-fought game, ti to b. OTTAWAS WILLING TO TRADE LE3EUR low to Hair Beautiful London.. April 2.-.V scries of aero- _____________ Granbrook, April 1.-foe Lally, of plane races from seven l^uroiiian cay-| Cornwall, and well known for his ac-tals to Monaco l>ogaa simultaneou.sly tivitip.s in lacrosse circles, spent the ship. Uorald- 1 0 �.\ -t 3 (i 7 Kvans ....... ..... i 1 0 0 t) 0 1- ,3 Nicholson ... . ..... n 1 0 1 0 0 1- Kane ... ... .. .... 1 0 0 1 I 0 0- ;s Frey ......... ..... 0 0 0 0 t 1 I- Bonnell ...... ...... 0 0 0 I 1 0 0- Hig-3.ins ...... ..... 0 n 11 0 0 0 0- 0 t'arlcy ...... ..... 0 II 0 1 0 0 0- I i this morning. There were four cn-I tries for the fiighl from London, j Pierre A'erricr was the lirst to start, 1 leaving IJendon at daybrrak with a mechanic as passenger. After reaching ICastbotirnc, on the channel, hov.--ever, \>.rrier abandoned his flight, owing to the dense fog, Tlie competitors starling from London must make stops at Calais and at nijon, their time limit is fifteen days to complete the flight of 800 miles. Before ^�errie.r started, he declared h.'s intention of (lying back to Lon-tlon A'ancptivcr, fL I"., April I.-Saska-I00U, cbampi(m.-; of the Twilight league, ira'-e a coinbinaliim of N'ancoiivcr Northwestern league regulars ami Colts a fa:-t game here toilay, the Bravers winning by two to nil". Dim bie steals accounted for both \ ancou- Tho nita\^as are willing to Iradr- ' Lescur for .X'ei'rhhov and Houan for 1 Ki-miai'i. while lb(> Patricl-:s v.ill place ; lOfiiie .lohnsou ,-:nd several oth.ers In : Tie marl;ct. They will also Insist on i a suii-l agreement lo the effect that j vilnyers traded to ibe coast or vico ' versa must go whore ordered or hang up tiieir sticks. day in this city and addressed about ; ^.^^ runs. laij boys at the public scln.td and , ' _ oat lined the plans for Hie formafion ' of school lacrosse leagues, which arc:REGlNA HAS HIGH AIM to he kopt strictly amateur. i FOR 'PEG BONSPIEL HONORS Lacrosse sticks will he furnished at ! --------- cost and twci\e gold medals will be; I^ff^ina, Snsk.. April L-.1. W. Mae-given by :\Ir. Lally to (he winning ;elected prcsldenl of team in each locality. Kach boy \\illit'�'�"V'''''^ '^"'?' f^n''''-'^ ^ave round trip in ten days. BOB MUST STARVE already, or;;;anizfd and only aw'ait action by the other towns when a lea-gi.e v.-iil bo formed and schedules drawn up. As iWRACK V/ON NEWBURY I SPRING CUP HANDICAP .Bob Filzsinimons must starve. Sn says the N'ew York appollate court, - I which lias confirmed an order of a 2 2 (1 4 .1 1 ,S-1") ' lov.-er court barring the former world rroft'ssioiial Mcii-r- 1 2 ;i 4 .'"j G 7 i champion fighter from participating .McArUiur rtiilpalh .. Fisher ... 'Icnnings Canicriai . Lovcll ... Steuart . ... 0 0 0 0 0 1 0- 1 ..... 0 1 0 0 0 2 1-1 ... 0 10 0 0 0 0- 1 ... 0 1 - I 0 0 1 2 0- ;i ... 0 1 0 0 0 1 0-2 .... 0 1 0 0 0 1 0- 2 KEEPING UP TENNIS COURTS hr boxing bouts in New York state. Rob recently declared noon oath that , If the (ornmiKsion did not iiermit him j'* ;o box he would starve to death, and i '*' lie has no reserve fund. How to Prepare Them Spring Playing for I London, April 2.-The Newbury Spring Cup, a handicap of S12.r)00, lOne mile, was won today by Lord :Rosebery's Wrack. 7st. lllb., 1 tn I. J. B. Joel's Bluestone, SsL lOlb.. 100 to S, was second, and Sir 11. f^aw-sou's Brancpetb, 7st. lllb., 100 to 7. third. (By GranlL:,nd Rice) | ^*J,'";'j; ,f j^^f excessive oil we recall it all dimly, and as ; ;,nd malves the hair delightfully soft, through a glass darkly, Corbctt nev- j lustrous and fluffy. To stop the hair er ha.d a ehaucc witli Sullivan; Fitz- i from falling and to make it grow ag-simmons never had a look-in wlth|ain rub tlio lotion briskly Into the Corbett: Jeff was a boob to tackle I �calp with'the finger tips or a medium Fitz.. and Johnson was to ho pie for if'f/'^"f''-, ^^PP'J-"j^i't and morning ' i .-V few days' use and you cannot find .lerines. : ,| fjiagie loose or straggling hair. They So, after all, why shouldn't -Moran :-^yill be locked on your �calp as tight take ,^. chfitice-so long as it's France | as a vise. D-andruff wiU disappear and and not U. S. soil that has to take i itching cease. In ten days you will care of the fumigating aftermath. | And line downy new hairs B-prouting: _ : up all over your scalp and this new Ty Cobb delighted the fans at New | j'^f' "�''^^ Svo,v with wonderful rapld-Orleatis in a recent game when he : ' ^,,,,^�(31 y,, the above, fanned m his urst two trln.s to the , r^jj^ prescription Is very inexpensive pan. A part of Comiskey's concrete structure wanoci cave in if Cobb did this trick on the south side iu a tight game. LEVINSKY AND DILLON 0 ,a 0 0 17 1-11 j '.Ictiuings played the first two in-1 niiigs as a substitute until Cameron : Jack Dillon is on his way from Hot ^l>riiigs, Ark., tor Butte, whore he a.rrivcd on the scene. I meets Levinsky. Leviusky will be in Batteries: .Carley and Kane, Stew-1 Biiile early next week to start con- art and McArtbur. idiiionin.g. Dillon and Levinskv have ' ^.p^^^u The features of Hie game were : I fought once, the Hebrew cooping the TheViallcry work of both sides and i decision. the liittitig of Jennings. A treatment for dusty courts that has been found e.iisaii and effective consists in applications of calcium chloride. This sa'lt, which cost!^ less tiiati a cent a pound when purchased in iiuantities, reiiuires to be apidied Old Country Football and we know of nothing ao effective and certain in its result. advt. I witri considerable care, otliorwi.se a dark brown overmoist and dirty sur- ENGLISH LEAGUE London, April 1.-Following are the results of postponed league games HINTS TO BOVi/LERS LOOK HERE The New York - - - Cafe - - - 420 5th Street Soirfh CANDIES, TOBACCO, FRUITS, ETC. ROOMS TO RENT Chinese Noodles and Chop Stioy By Eddie Garner, Champion of Spokane) The majority of bowlers try to gat the ball away too nuiclc-1y and throw themselves off. Take your time. Many others try to put too much on the hall. They try too many ways to throw it instead of perfecting one dependable delivery. Too much speed doesn't give the pins time to mix. 'ITie medium-speed ball Is the best, as it works on all the inns. I use a rubber tip on the toe of the right foot because this enables mc to keep ti perfect step and I never slip. If sever,;! hundred pounds are shov- � eied on at a single application, as has oftoit bs.u recommended, the grax'c! > will become wet and sticky, ana the ! court will be out of service for five idays or a v.eck, a very undesirable 1 SUNNDAY SCHOOL ATHLETIC situation at the height of the playing i LEAGUE MEETS TONIGHT !Reason. Four hundred pounds of ca'l-i The atinual meeting of the Sunday ieium cliloriilo will keen a court free .J j School Athletic league will take place from dust for a season, and i: ap-.1,1 in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium tonight i pijed as follows not a day need be lost at S o'clock. AU Sunday schocvis are'from play, and the players may be asked to send two reiireseiitatlves |spared the inconvenience of dirty played today on the ground of lirst-mentloned clubs: the First Division Aston Villa, 2: Preston North Knd, Newcasflo United. 1: Liverpool, 2. Southern League Gillin.gham, 0; Reading, 0. i SCOTTISH FOOTBALL ! niasy;ow, .\|iiil 1.-The pcslpoiied ! 'Scottish. I'-agiie football games played ; todiiy resulted as follows: i Third Lanark, 1; Celtic, :!. .Motherwell, 0; Hearts, 2. Queen's Park, ll; Dumbarton, 0. St. :\lirern. 1: Partiel; Thistle, 0. IRISH CUP Dublin, Ireiand, AinU i.-lit the first round of the Irish gold cup competition, Linfield today defeiatod Glonavon by tho score of 2 goals to 1. e Tea Puts Life in Don't Stay Gray! Sage Tea and Sulphur darkens hair so naturally that nobody can tell from each team. halls, raciiuels ami shoos: A solution of five Dounds of the salt and ;ten gallons of water Is sprinkled over Clever Drug Combination Stops Colds QUICK The lime to stop any disease is right in the start before it has a For RIFLE ASSOCIATION The Lethbridge Rifle asBoclation ! each court wilh tle> aid of a watering wiVi hold a. meeling tonight in As-' pot dailv. This ai.-plicalion is so sine II i''*-'' ijuilh .<;� L-indfiay's offices at R o'clock u, show no lentlency to "s?nw up-i'l';'^"''' ^" -il"-'-^'' JHverybody iuteresled will please be tiie courl and small Icndeuey to soillcoldy, "Gripijc" and those lieadiiches �iu attendance. |i...lls or raciiuels.-Outing Ma.ga;'.lne. dm' lo congestion caused by a cold,  -_______^_ -ve believe there is nothing lliat will ^"SmmaWSaamaBmsmBmasm.. onlv six'plavers"who were'wlih the ; ."t ont-l.alf so quickly as Weeks' ,, ,llrcak-up-u-Col(l '.rablels, now sold by times the sold i,'; TONKinr ^ HEAR THE STARLAND ORCHESTRA Highlanders al tae start ol las-. i ^ C,,., druggists, son are still witn the llilltoppers. If, -pij^,,.,, mue lablers are a <-!ever Chance keeiis this up, Iie'i'i -.ooa Imve i ,,,|,jii)(,a|jou of jiositlcu, (luick-actlng :peo|ilc not to accept substitutes. In-the tllle of the iH'St weeder iu tlie ; ii,,.,-p,iienla-so si'RK ACTING that ! Hist on the genuine Week.s' Break-up- yet 10 our of 20 stojiped nuic'ily. Weeks' Brctik-up-a-cold Ta.bIots arc the modern, luuuly, inexpensive and SCHK remedy for all colds, for "Gripiie'' and for headaches. If yours happens to be an exceptional case and yon do not get PUOMPT relief, your druggist will refund your money -he is auUiori/.ed to do this. It is needless to warn intelligent American leaguo ler in tlie j ia^redienta-so si'RK ACTING that j Hist on the genuine Weeks I while Ihey will not cure every cold,, a-Cold Tablets. 2u cents. advt. You can turn gray, faded hair beaulifuHy dark and lustrous almost over night if you'll get a 50 cent bottle ot "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy" at any drug store. Millions of bottles of this old, famous Sage Tea Recipe are sold annually, says a well-known druggist here, because iit darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that no one can tell it has been applied. Those whose hair is turning gray, becoming faded, d r y, scragglx and thin, have n surprise awaiting them, because aUer one or two applications the gray hair vanishes and your locks become luxuriantly dark and beautiful-all dandruff goes scalp yHchiiig and falling liair stops. Tills is the age of youth. Gray haired, unattractive folks aren't wanted around, so get' busy with Wyeth'8 Sago and Sulphur tonight and you'll bo delighted with your dark, handsome hair and your youthful appearance within a fe^v days, .Sold by J. D. lliglnbotham & Co. 0 4567 52603975 ;