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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MOXDAN; APRIL 6, 19U THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE OPENING OF THE BASEBALL SEASON IS CLOSE AT HAND BIG LEAGUES START APRIL 14 HEADACHES ALMOST DROVEJP WILD Uilil A Friend Aimed Her To Use i "Finil-i-tiiss" Thai is the Number Joe Lally Figures We. SHoulcl Have Here and Joe Should Work Here Tqday Boosting. Canada's National Success Attending Mr. Lally All Along trie' Line-Offers Fine Medals Jpc Lally is in town. VVlio's -Icie I-ally. Joe is the celebrated lacrosse Leister. KveryLody lias heard ol the Lally brothers. Joe and Frank. Joe i-i belter known a referee FnuiV ris a cil oM Monlieal Shamrock team. It's Jor thai con- icrns'us at-presenl. -loe is not in j the rcIcTee business aijy ir.ore. business Is housliug the Canadian Na- jiainc. lie Is hem (o gel the I ramc Introduced iii (he schools. same, as. lie has "iloni- iu many other j Of Western Canada. Hi1 getting" 11.7 great .Caindian National yanic info Ihc schoulSi Jlr. Lally hopes lo l.iy U.c stepping stones that will eventually rnable. the game to he back in the.hearts bl the Canadian prop'c it oute was and even put ii cn a njora prosperous and higher piano than IL ever ha? CANDID. EXl'LAX.vriOS' "It would' be states Mr., "to suppose that I am in tills of. lacrosse for the. Rlory of II 5lpnc. I am.a manufacturer of la- crosse'si lets at Cornwall, Onl., and I want to make a. market Tor lie salc the. sticks. I will mate absolutely r.ptliltig'on'-the slickB that I am put- .ling'lh the hands of school I aid giving out at ccr.l. It is the fii- tuic.that 1 am .looking forward to, then 1 reap the benffil- cf my wora. H is a good thing' for me, it is a good tiring (or flic and it is a good; IhiQg for-the boys." .Mr- lAJVy' hopes to inlrrcst the' scliool trustees- here, in his phns lie has done in cities and towns of Ibt iveily wliere. he has been receij- cd witli -opctt; anna- -After _seruriBg tbc Eood'.uiU and rnpral support of the Uuitees of the sctiools, ilr. glove it ustally costs ihiii' tor. Is ai.d uu-re as a rult. TWKLVi; TKAMS IlKItli 1LI slinuld iliiiik is able Id 11'jL a rl-iHH suljQUl ICiilllS -ihc field. WiiiTjipr.i; dus put liO, X'aut'ouvrr HI. Virlmia 2S, Nt-w Wesiniiniter 18, Xuilli Vaiituuvt-j 4, -I, Kndrrby 2, 1, Vcmcn 1, 1, N'elsun U, Craribrunk 1, Keriiic. C, I'olpjitJU 2. 2, HilLert-si 2, Viviib 2. Cal- gary lias not rciiinlirJ up j el IrjL iiiJicalioiis pcjinl Iu n ore tbsn20 U-.itns llii'in mill [jiubuljly the BJUIC i ut KOIt WINNKttS To Ibe wiLMrs of fa.i'li ol HIPSC that arc foitncd .Mr. Lally I'as a sol of mentis to p'Ji up, gold alu ol .very swell free. H is Ihe purpose lo bnvc? tv.'o ko-uosini each place, -juiiifjr tr.d 'riicj rneJals will lo the junior and -d rule :i cup is up locally for I'onipeUiion in tlic jiivrijilc league. HOYS TO 1IOI.N CAHIKS 1 Kafh boy is a C'aiKidiao Atl.Erlit: I'nion Card, l.a- crossp must not ii.terterc with his studfes and tie tnusl ahvays conduct hitnsclf-wcll i'.; on Ilir field; bis card is at blakc on his brh.ivioiLr. A local is appointed lo alter'tlic carda, ivnich L-OJISU! shall all esses nnd giie a decision j TIIK lie ri.'iks 'jf il.r FeJ% 1! ure' tv.o lejuis suipthci Hits year i idrjiitrdlv siroiuer than .Lai nay Itoy arc 191.1 aid ihe leaders. Cir.C'inniti ar.d .St. TLr baseball IMV-I, of 1'JII ivill open before many days have passed the wilJ-ryed fan, who hj.-: lotiy winter rionlhs, Mill be havpy ouce more. The season in the IMO big I Lo'jis dp any faster loan ol Na- hsl year. tioual acd. the. American-will sian In il.r American the cbanc- ofi oSU-blly Auril II. Tie! es arr f.ivuialile tu Athletics have leea In south several' mure carrying oS the Conaie into triiii fur -Viic-t has same grral-iram lhat liromiscs lo be rne of the hirtirelj ir.-de b-seljall histori in 1313 oy win fights in I'jf history oi bisftlll. Tl.einiiij ll.e world's championship. It is, teams have brcu working if in better shape lo n'.uke torth end by the tinir- thf "bell rinjs i a srcal i.jhl lor lopnuldi honors. for the opening of hostilities all oil I.ait year Connie inlo the the clubs bhoulil Lc in hrsi class con- {struggle nitii a corps that i teemed none loo siroLg. lie had I NF.WBI.-HV, ONT., May aqlu. rgi.-u Hld! "About four jfan ago, J in a In tbe critics are pk-hlns; the Giants lo re- e' n muter ol byx arlisls oi peat ihcir ct last year and it would not be surprising it tbey la.i-.Ht4 at the top of ihc McG raw's warriors sho'Aii up ucll iu ihe tl.e inan- not given lo willing f.eJinanl3 cti paper, is supretnety iliat liis outfit will be little ivas kconn. Tlit-y bcliavivl lite were loydlr >ear ll-.ey arc1 sl.onld able I-oweict, and tlieir g every hand. Tliih seasoned and lo ito heller uork than last yejr, with ilse.besl infold on ll.e diami.n'l anrl JD oullield oi the 1-ieli'st io bacV theiii uu. r: up as a likely 5, ii riot a Illtle slroujrr, limn rr tor )iislly defeated Tom rtcece In a titlo nnloh. The :final scores were'" In- Jo in, 'rtay ever-ing the .club held its 26th-an- Ilot Sprinjs, Arv., April won a liclory here ycs- tcnlay, Chanfellol J. V- dcrson rendered a decision in the in- iui.olion proceedings tetweeu thc.ied- eral league and ILe I'ittsburg Na- tional league rnalvin; permanent BENNIE ALLEN IS M STILL CHAMPION OF POOL. WOULD Kansas Ctly, April Allen of JConhis Cllj reUliiii hie title o! world's champion pocket billiard play- er, having defeated Edrrard Ralph, or Illghton-er, N'J., t" a match of SOO riolnlr. tlcck or which Vras played lasl nighL The rinal evpre GOO to 346. Allen won all turce blocks of Into eaci. Ijst night's store was 0 to 75. Allen played in exceptional rhi. Tho Xew Jersey la the ial block failed lo ghow as good nlrol as lie exhibited, la the former nes. Allen made high nins of 57 atd' 10, alph's best was H. the injunclion granted previously aga'nst the club, interfering with players under contract with the ericans today 2 to 1 in Ihr, series for 1'ilisuurg club. Tbe ''decision came. the. local .spring championship- The ifttr a Ihrec days! hcarinj in K- Xationals'now havd llirce gnmcs to Americans eery court, with a b'K anay oi legal laienl, reprcsrnling S. .11- Camnilz, Ind.'anapoiis.. April N'a- ol the Pittsb'Jrg Federal league, oa today, and one side, ar.d the Piitsburg Na- Honal league club on the other. The lar'eing have1 a "nicely halanccil; team and looii lorwaril to a scod sea-' son. The linnl score was 5- ln 2 in! pnnent-and The 'Hankers I: favor ol the tallies. LAWN TENNIS .AT- Elecltd E. Elected- Prtildenl-'- CoalhiirJl, burst Lawn'Teinie club-'liJB had Its flral meeting and appplnie'd'.'o'ljlcers for Ihc enmlnic'j'ear as prfiiilonl, Mr.. N. C- 'pjtch'Er; nrcsl- dent Mr.--K! Buclianrm; Dr, Rosrl; aecrelary Aisdmrn Lrijh. flue Harninnnd. Udiins James ..23..- .31. gained an fasj- victory 11 to 5. Baltimore, M.I., April S. Rulb's pitching was chiefly responsible, lor ths Baltimore Internationals' vic- v. hich j tory over llrosklyn Nationals loday by 10 lo 6.. "St. Mo., April i.-Pills- hurg Xaiiprals today defeated El. r -it, II. Mit'jach, II. A. Wright. 27'..: "on. I'-' L. Xaismilh.'. '65-: lirern, .HOS 2nd r.s ,33'' :Avc., solilh, 535 a: 0.. Stick-j Ity. aoi Avc sb.uUi, 1756 i and Ml. Wrld Stafford, Jas.j Joseph U'rsterns ti to 3.. At York Americans, C UrooVlyn.N'alior.als. 1: 3; ph'il. lies, o. courl's decision holds that a basehal contract is properly and entitled lo .consideration us properly rights thai no person lias a right l-o iadccc. a rhird party lo biealc a conlracl that interference willi labor contracts will he stepped by injunction, tha' a person to hreat a con tract to the injury of'a principal Is malicious, and lhat a contract partlj vo'd by reason ol being iii "tfitrain ol trade is col wliolly. vohl. iGIrnKlcr, Thos.' Vuill. Sue- StaRord, K. J. Schl, C'. F. Smilh, j J. W. McDonald. V I The' firsl big shoot' of Ihe season Atlanta. Ca.. April tal.'c place Friday morning, AMERICAN! GOLFERS WIN [ball foursome match, dispatches from VirV, X.T., April Fred .Herrsshoff dcfutcd John Rail and Captain Mch- yeslerday. In four- IreaBurer Miss Ipnbclh who had been commejicitij jl.30 p'r.IocK. This is the IKeltN. The club la n live I'mconsclons since he collated the members ure looking lo nislit nt the end ot n fen- Kvent. No. 1 1Q targets another good year of tennis. -1 round Iwjl hero 'wllli John EJECTS I 'Kvcnf -No. 2 ._...: Ifp targets ot New Yort, riled Ciirlv 'lOvcnl Xo. 3 25 targets in tin- citr, whcthc'r ir.crn- no1' are CHEW SUGAR TOBACCO MILD. SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY I Manufactured by i ROtK CITY TOBACCO CO.: Juotec Winnipeg TREMBLAY .'THREW BAYLES Otlawa, iOnt., Arrl] Tremblay defeated Dayles in their lightweight 'irrcitllng ranlcli .-il St. AJine's hill in two 3lraieht fallB. before one Iar5- c'sl crowds ofrtho won the fjrst fill lilth'a crotch anil hick chancery in it', mlnntM.'qnd the second wilh a teg and head hold In IS minutes.'] The malcb was .with TrcmblHy Ihc aggressor for the greater uarl of Iho time. lot'ofclover 'ivrcslllnfc', hut (he. eV-ehnmitlon'prov- ed loo fuel nnd tot strong for him. dcfc.llcd Trcniblay some IlinJ ago al N'ew re- -iiLll sfjuaiefl (ID thn .count, hettvceii said pr.cumonla caused dcalh, und that a ininuto c.xp.mina- llon of his body phou-cd no.marks ol I. crious punishment.. -_-[ only a wsy of noilfjln.i! soiiio rccrulu 'conrlfsv. i lhc T' nilly lllj j J-ondon s.ild. John Bill Is a onc-lime Brllleh amateur charanton. The Americans won In Ihe by one hole, and In the afternoon V> to 1. .-The gun cli.'.i always' has Ihc wcl- lnioklns Ihe conlract laboi ironic hand rxlrndcd to visitors lo Iho Kcd srouu ir.ay rily who will he accorded every lhal the Irainliis lrll> Is nol ft alght-. seeing Jannl..' LOOK HERE -Them is ;LO iiLurc "alluring sport than' trap shootinff "and the club gives j a special iinilullon to hcglnncrs to coint (o ttcir Viirinns'shoots. KING BACKS SPANISH POLO OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLU? i A'phonjo Would A moetlns of ihc Sn-.okcr cornmlitr'c -Mlnlsle; be Iicld In Iho Y.M.O.A. on Tucs- (lay, April 7, at B p.m., lo sellle lip smoker. Algo playcrj nro reiuealwl j Play Hlnlell II Let Him I Cnl., April King AIplionso ot Sjiain jjersonally will te- lenm which will "represent to (urn up for Irnlnlnp on WcducEday al (hc Inlwnalloiial polo loiim- nigjit al 7.30. mentlu San Fronclaco, lor which the Panania-E'nclflc exposition has appro- II pOBSible for Qlcl tbuhtry Football I.oiulon, April f.'-j-Followini: arf Ihc corrected irsulls schr- dulcd jamcs in the HoUlhcrii Kaolli-jll lirlstnl Hovers I, IlriShldn and Alhioif (P. .tjr-rllijr! 'S'o'udi Knd I'ril.O.v '.f ,'j I'nflfd 1, .Vnr'tli'jmpton I. Millii-all Tovn 0. A. CardiH n. I'.irk II. Kxclpf Clly 1 IIAMKS TODAY April B. The tollowing rcstporieil loofhnll games were player] IOMJ- .v KIIIS'I1 DIVISION IllilnifV I, 'Sliddlcsbroliuli 3. fnitc.l 2, Doltori Pljmo'.itli Argylo.l, 0. rr; u.-. SCOTTISH CrjvUI (ViVtHlrj (''ill 1.1 Iluml.arUn 2, liailfi llovn's i. priated ihc .monarch lo overcome prob'ablc of his cablnal, based on the 'dancers of flsineiinallon, he would be, a member of Ihc tea rn. This announcement, waa made totlivy hj1 CukjiL fl. Drown. United Slutea com- rnlsslener for Ihc exposition, 'who re- iiirr.ed rccrnllj- from abroad, where he wai informed ol'.ljie king's plm! unil AlphonVp himaelf. HEAR THE STAHLAND ORCHESTRA EVERY EVENING GOVERN_Ofl OENEnAL AMONG THE BOX .SCOUTS The Duke of Connanghl Ii shown here among Ilia boj- ffoul friends. Tnc scout In Ihe foreground with his moulli open. Jlp singing "O.- Canada." Uuke IB Chief Seoul for Canada. UI.CAN WILL HAVE BALI, TEAM Alberta, 'will have a base- all leani again ihis. season, and mij a member oi a league composed of ckie, L'arrnangay, Champion and ulcan. Ait enthusiastic meeting.was eld last, week, when a committee as appointed tc. attend to the ar- ingenitnis. The While Sox will sweaters lead of coats Ihl.n season, probably sIdericB It treason to wear ulsters. WELSH HAS CLEAR TITLE FOR A CO WITH WILLIE RITCHIE Freddj- Welsh's over Jleil-' can Joe Hirers nt .Uncle Tola Carey's Vernon jlrea Ihe' V.'nellsh lightweight chunplou :.a clean claim for a championship bailie with' title Rllcile. i This bittlo with afforded figoodlineon coraparn with Ritchie: Ritcifn won orer. Itirers.In tnie chanplonshlp. tljla- bi- atopplnz ths Meilwa cyctoos In eleven walla WeTnh1- oiit- foughl him everj- round but two, contenting hlraielf -with the popu- A' bout thesa boys would, no doubl Curaiia come Intar- eEtlog (ighilnj. U Iirlo be that Borne eort of agreement-will b'o reached between them to nt a. very early and tiiit Illlehie's-'propoapd bout wllh Jln- my for-.ten rounds at Ihe Qiieensberry Athletic club, of Buf- falo will nol Infljence them Iii ar- ranging for-. chaoiplonanfp "rU-BRU-00 DYSPEPSIA h one eipliMtta lor rtifl ouipben letters that rccctrc priising N'a-pra-Co Dyepepfcii TibleU, vid is tlttL.thtM tablet! Krlalolf cure 1117 kiid of itocacli Uoabfe, Here Ii t 'typical teller from KIM Ijliu Annsnorthj, N.S.: "II fa with I Trrile V Morm TOM taL jour 'Ka-Dni-Co Djtptpjia TihMi Save proved ol great volW lo me. 1 tried remedy after remedy bnl your tibltU caring such. Mes M Mine I decided 1o ihna t Ur trial. They prorcd MtvjfjHrlory my Tbe of Tablets It siict' i. ncvni m can only come to iui. hovat: tfondy, iccordinr to in uceptlon-. good for from ing re- dienls, W expert ckennti. If I root led wilfi your Xcwck your abost Tab Ids. W NatioMl Dnr Cbcntnl of r.jnrted, AoJ'to ;