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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL 12, 191S f H K ti T M K I U U Hi U A I L, I 11 U A I; II PAGE THREE FEDERAL LEAGUE EDDIE PLANK BEATEN AT CH CAGO; NEWARK, BROOKLYN AND PITTGBU'RG WIN Boston Braves Look Good for Another Good Ones to Pick in of Changes and Sur- prises are in-Order in Both Leagues In all narta of Osi- nudn and the United Stales will BOOH do in Hiolr glory. The rensou; The big league season opsns two days hence. After elulit uionlha of resting, the LeauiB In (ho Natianwl nnd Ainerl- tan clreuitb will renew on Wednesday tlicir aniuuil cliampiouslilij struggles which wi'il culminate in (lia world's OcLobcr. Xotwlthetundlne thy 'war and the [act that conditions Hi'e geiiorally unsettled, thu majors look for n euccosal'iil season, Ali Ibe uuo in iiio big leagues mado money lust year, tlic chief sufferers JIB the re HUH of the international jjlrJfo and the general slump in enthusiasm being the minors. The National and Ameri- can league tetizas, all of which trained in Uio Bcuth, lire now on the home Btretcli of their spriug trips. The St. LouJe dubs, in fuel, aro ali-eady home, and some the others strike their own diamonds in the course of-a-day or two, Interest In the openiUjr of the league t'ighls is al- most as great as ever. The general ehakeup in the teams hag helped to a great extent, and speculation is, oE course, rite as to the probable out- come of the championship races. Nearly every manager has claimed the pennant for.his respective club, us per usual; some of the players are already figuring on bow they, can spend their world's scries money next October, and there is not a solitary leader of the sixteen ivfop can concsde himself anything 'worse UKUI a Ural division berth. .However, It remains to be seen which of the teams will-stand the iiacc. Bolow are the schedules for opening day in the big leaguea: National Philadelphia ?-t Brooklyn at Xew .Yoi-li; .PltlBburg at Cincin- nati; St. Louis at Chicago, Amerlcah Chicago at St. Louis; New York at Washington; Boston ?.t Philadelphia; Cleveland ;it DetrqiL. Braves Favsrites. In the rCnlJona'Mensue the majorlty of- 'are calling the -Boston Braves io repent. They George stai'Jinss au.d Ji think that "miracle agnln pull through. Stall: inga' team; If is attonger than tuat of Inst season, as lie lias the same great pitching sUff, anil the new material should 'brighten the prbe- liects. The Giants, of course, may bo looked fqtji_. good, showing, J[ "Bis Is at bis beet. He has been doing sensational Vork in llio Bering Irainlun guinea; MRP Jloger riix'bnahan and his Chicago Cubs appeal to niuiiy as u that will be we'll ill) in tlie race, while the jjitn, under "PaL" .Moraii, Lhoir new nmnugor., are alao danger- ous. Brooklyn, SI. Louis and Cinclii- mill UFO mailing iiroiuiBCs, but they slumped ao-budly lust season that little confidence is being in their hopes. Of course, there may be a, "dark horse" in the race, as was the cast last season, when the Bos- ton Braves'enriie llirbueh 011 the home stretch and 'won with eaoef aCler tak- ing three out of four Erom the Giants in that memorable series at New York. Open Race An -'open race" appears to be Uic verdict aa concerns tlje American. Last yeur It proved a. parade for the Athletics, but Connie Maclt will be without Eddie Collins, Chief Bender, Eddie PJauk, Jp.clt Coombs and others this year, and it is a cjuestlon it he will be able io accomplish jnuch in season. The Boston Hed Sox look the best bet In the American. They ran second last season, and Billy Carrl- gun made such good progress with his young pitchers that he will" require a lot. of "attention. The" addition of Until Shore and one or two others will hely Ihc Deantown club. They arc much stronger than in 1912, 'when i they annexed the championship and Clilcugo, April PUnl making his debut us a Federal teat- uer, ivjts Uic victlJii pf an eight Innlu hatting rally which gave Chicago cluster of throe- runs niul n 3 to 1 vl wry oior S', Loula In Uic opcnln Setne oi tho scnHon ioday. Pltche l-lendrlx opened Ibo eight with a.two hugger, mid Plmil; Jlelded Hnuford' bunt too late to catch llendrix n third. MJIIIII Hcorinjr Hendrix, nn after twilling, who twice previous! had doubled, struck out, a hit by -Wil son and a Kfjucezt; play by KeJde counted Hanford and Mann. Muyor-ylect William Hule Thompsoi rcfw ihc fii'Bt liiiH- Score: n. II. E St. Louie.............. 3 -I Chicago............... 'A 7 and Hartley; Hen drlx nnd AVilson. Newark Wins Its First Game Baltimore. Mil., Aiiril signalized its entry into the J-'edera league Ijy deR'atJjig UyHiinorR her1 Ioday, 7 to a. Ten liits were made ol" Quiun, who was relieved by Smltl In llic eighth inninp. was effective, excepting In tha lirsi aud seventh innings, LliougU none ol Ualtimore's runu ernor Golilsborough ball into-the diamond. earned. threw the firal Baltimore Batteries: Faltenuerg and Quian, Smith and O'vvens. Ragged Game at Brooklyn Brooklyn, April defeated Buffalo, 13 to !l, In a i jamc befure a big crowd at the open- ng at tlie Federal leoguc season here. The contest dragged along [or more :.han three hours, Seaton'a slow work :n the box and many, changes in Ihe being chiefly responsible. Score: ft. K. Buffalo.. 9 10 greatest of infleltlers, should Ihen defeated the Giants. The Chicago "o" 13 While Eddje Schultz. Ford and Blair; Seaton, Upliarn, LaFilts nnd Land. Ovation Tor Jim G Kansas City, April pitching for Plttsh.nrg, kept hib hits well scattered, lightening in pinches, and the Kansas City Federals lost the first game of the season, 8 to 0. Jamea A, Gi'iroore of Chicago, pre- sident of the Federal league, and G. W. Gwinner, .president of the PltU- burg club, an ovation by the largest crowd that ever attended a Federal game here. make a good, showing, and It surprising 1C Lliey do not finish one, livo or three. The Athletics are al- most sure to bo.factors, arid many .liink that Bill Donovan will transform the New York Yankees into winners.- Washington must, of course, he con- sidered one of the strong teams. As onK as they have Waller Johnson in uniform the Nationals will command attention. Hughie Jennings and his Detroit Tigers nre'certain to be risi't uy in the championship hunt from start to finish. Ho has developed same .excettfjnt .youngsters, and wMIa the illness of his firat ME'eman may atfect the Tigers to some extent, there IB every reason to lelieve they will not be" far. behind be leaders at any stage oC the race- ?he St. Louis Browns should be hlsh- ei1 'than they have been since ,1905, when they ran the Tigers-and-White Sox to the -wire. Little hope ia held Dut for Joe Birmingham and his Clei-e- :nd Indians, London, April Following ;acc the icsuHs'or. the scheduled league football played today on- the ground.s of the first-named clubs FIRST .DIVIBION Blackburn U. 4, "Tottenham H. Boitoo W. 0, Newcastle 'United 0. UrodfonJ 2, Aston .Villa, 2. "Mancliester p.. 2, .Middlcsbiongh 'l. Notts County 0, .Burnley- "0. Oldbam Athletic. 3; Bhcllicld -U. Suuderland 1, Bradford City 1. AVest Bromwich.A." 1, -Evertp'n 3. Sheffield W. 3, ChpJsea.2. SECOND; DIVISION The Arsenal- 3, Bury 1, 3, .prinisby- Town :fl. Clapton Orient. N. ti. 1. Derby County 1, City 0. .Fulham :2, Glossofc o: Hulf-Gily.2, 3. Leeds- City 1, .Nottingham Forest 0. Lincoln City 1, Hudderslisld 'l 1. Stocfcport County, 1 Barnsfey a. i 2, BlacKpool, 0. I AGE WHEN CHAMPION LOST Kansas City Allen and Main, 'Packard and Easterly. K. K. -B, D 0 0 7 5 O'Connor; Sayi FITZ RAVING AGAIN He Can Whip. Willard Two Monthi' Training John L, Sullivan Jus- J. Corbett... ;31 Kobt. Fitzsimmons. .37 Jaa- -I. Jeffries... .35 Jck Johnson.. Age' Years "when in the Beaten, King ..34 "14 S. S. A. L. MEET Here Is a description of another of the events qf the indoor athletic meet of .the.S.S.A.L, at the Y.M.CX April Throwing at a a round.tpreet, l.feei. radius 2 feet.'.-ID Gillirighani, 0. South amp "ton 4, Brighton ,an.d Hove Heading 1, 'Cro'ydqn Common titter City 0. Bristol 'Hovers lr u. 1.HJI wall .Athletic 1, Portsmouth 1 Queen's .Pork' Rangers TQWTI' 2.-; Sou tli end U..2, Crystal Palace-i, Watford, Norwich-City i; 8. Leigh SwmtonV.a. Hull 30, 7. "Leeds fi, Hj-jlVakeJield.Trinity 7. rSEMi-- .YTuddcrsrield'27; St. Helens 'Rochdale rHorneta 5.: April lO-'-rFollpwing- arc the results of Scottish League loot-: .ball; games today on the, gro.ijnds'jjfr the first Aberdeen O.T.- v ,l. Hamilton A: is, Rotas ..3; J l; I.: 'i Put n, tile ceutre draw, a circle 1 foot In'dia- meter, radius Gin., to be known as the lull's eye.1'. Between the outer-edge of.the bullVeye and the outer'edge of drav Cn'O circles, eaca Slit. apart. The space next the bull's .eye and the and the outer 'the "out- er." Place the'.UrgGt-sp tlie lower edge of.the outer 3 .feet froni the ground or floor. 'Draw'a lirie: feet from tha target: The thrp'wer shall stand behind .this line when he throws the ball.: Die a'refulatlon size and 6 6z. In weight, and 91n. In clrcumfetr cuce." Cover., chalk .or oa the: target vlieii' the-ball hits-'it. Each contestant is allowed ten Ihrtfws. It- the rnntk onHhc' target, indicate! that Ibe ball touched circle, it shall be counted' us having struck the space cpunttner the Ipwjer, scor, bull's, -eye. .shall ,scbre..twi Inner 8 a an .outer 3l-'polnte... One credit Is t'our scored.." Washington, B.C., April ed'and defiant, Bah FtlziimmOQB pnei- ed., down PenDsylvaiila avenue 'today, Avith his fourth de- claring he Is wiping to bet flO.OOO tbat he can lick Jess after two months' training. Fltz waa married at the .NationaL; Hotel here Thursday night tb-Miss Tinio' Zillena, .-a. pretty French igirl, said to speak 24 .languages, .'w.ljlch she may have .occasion, to use-when Hob becomes pidiled and .holsteroiia ALMOST FAINTED IN THE STREET li Billy Fiir'Of Dealh-Unlll Brought Rillef. CHATHAM, ONT., April 1913. "Some two years IIRO, I R from Jndijfeslioii. OUR my_ t-ye caught a billboard t-tivts" and I naid to my self "if I'rult-a-iivwj will Iniild me up like tljol, it is good enough for I bought ionie. ,..Aflcr takinjr these wonderful tablets for only Uirce weeks, I found 'myself -wonderfully improved. In i short time longer, I cured myself entirely. My ciue waa HO cue, cither, Gas would often fsny in my stomach and I ivas in daily tear that it would pet around my li'.'ari and kill me. "I'mil-a-lives" is Hie ouly remedy for C. T. ft box, 5 for 50, trial size 250. At all dealers or sent on receipt of price by Fmjt-t-tives Limited, Ottawa. New York, April Yv'iUurd, vorld's heuvy weight champion, arriv- tl at 10.30 o'clock and was greeted at Use railroad sta- ion by a. Jiirge and enthusiastic rowd, in ivhich wore juany women. WHY ENTERTAINING HUNDREDS OF PATRONS NIGHTLY WITH THE BEST PICTURES AND MUSIC IN THE PAT- RON DELIGHTED WITH THE SHOW AND THE MANAGER NOT PINCHED. uie no matter how large the crowd, he oomfori.and of every Man, Woman ind Child'In the.Theatre. u s TONIGHT 23rd AND FINAL EPISODE OF MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY 'tl tl-n'tl -WHERE1 DOES THE.MONEY GO? ,DOE5 JIMMY NORTON MARRY FLORENCE? r Tonight "The Strange Case of Princess Khan" A Sellg !Mnitcppleco SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEES MONDAY AND TUESDAY AT 4.13 FIVE CENTS tliis was jiiopcrly a. 1'Jlil cornmLtice nt will, in llic'regular course be dealt with in the VJ15 report. Of all Uic appoiiiluicnts by the 1914 mghfc CoUncii( UUUC uavc given greater sat- isfaction and IjcUei' service than the appointed policu commission. Judgo Jackson and Canon have given of tlicir time vciy freclv, and he spectal made tlie run Irom Plula- unpr0aclicd the policing oi tho huut and tliirty-fivclcity with fearless impartiality, ninutes. The throng paraded bcliind he champion up Seventh ,-ivcmie to a ocal snorting club, where tt'illaul inl attention and good- common sense, ivJij'ch has put the police force on the highest plane, bringing to it the pro- parred three-exhibit ion with j found respect oi the "whole commun- sparriog partner, Waller ud demonstrated the blows he used conquering Jack Johnson. In his xliibition the 'cowboy showed mark- d improvement in his work in com- arison to bouts m which he pavtici- ated here. In Chief police force gunctally, the commission have had skilful aiil jti carrj-ing out' 'the commission's policy. The chief is a clean, careful, energetic and incor- ruptible officer, wlio has carried out the poliey oi the commission, with great credit to himself. U'c must not pass on without word of. commendation to the lire de- partment. This is directly under the mayor's control. This is very efficient and has.done the work required of it lo pcrfertion, and the mayor takes this opportunity of thanking the ciiie( anil his men for their faithful, ener- getic and.successful discharge'of their A good many inlet-city compcti- duty., ons have taken place in the past Jt ls not necessary here for .the etH-een tiie tennis dubs of LctJi- mayor, as commissioner of triage aiuT Medicine Hat and news of mafc a report because the audit Hat tennis ccalm will no doubt tlie best statement and report oi interest to local dcrolces of ie game. Here is an excerpt from "ie Medicine Hat News of tlie Medicine at Tennis club was held in ie city liali on Tuesday, April Gth id the 'officers; for (lie coming year was well atten'd- I arid while "there ;was a good deal "discussion "as'to some uf Hhe -plans ir. .the jjcncrsvl cling ..was one ot co-operation. It as-plain1 to .be. seen that -all the embers -nrc gpiiig to work for the tercst of the'cliib and this year that can he made, and the mayor and his fellow commissioners most earn- estly urge the Burgesses to give it the "closest scrutiny and study each individual is callable pf, with the full assurance on the part ol the Com- missioners, that they and all city onitjtils shall be'1 at all times most girc any help or expjana- Lion, that will assist the individual to a full and complete, understanding o'f it." The, mayor .and- commissioners take his opportunity to thank all the 'the cftizens for the help they-, have the start of the liest organized a aild criticism oi n all their most important undertak- ings; the individual" citizens who have helper! them with their- personal and and the papers who have" treated the commis- sioners and: commission government .with great consideration ;and given valuable'.assistance in forwarding-the city's best' interests 'during thr-year WELSH GOT DECISION ADril. Wag ner failed to" capture -the lighhvejgh crown "from Freddie' Welsh in thei ten-round match here last night.' _ Welsh7 did: ali -the leading, 'and ivas awarded a newspaper .decision by a, fait The bout jn'tts very tame until in the "tcntlij when the champion cut loose and mussed up his opponent JESS GETS BIG OFFER New fore -.reaching where an- other grest cheered Willard, iiao'. been .offered tor his share thealricBi-'recfiipta next year." WiHaril: rptuzed'' to "discuss or. state 'vho'liad 'hia'de: th'e bfferv' There 'IB the .other One? CANADIAN HENLEY IN AUGUST Toronto, is p'roba b-ie .that be held oil AuEult'G and 7 this year, fol lo'wing the lisimj custom. 'A meeting ofitlie.vekocutlye: vaa: held yesterday In-Toronto and'started preliminaTy ar anticipated there will be'a'n unuBually large number of Aibericaiv con Orlando Heron, stated tlia't not agaii be for the pr.eBldency, NEW' HURDLED RECORD: tJ.Yi, ucyr -in Uie 120-yard -.low hurdles" was; established, touiglit by John J. Eller of; tlie Irish-American Athletic'ciub, .at., the-, games; of St. college, held in Brooklyn. "El- ler ;inade' the in 13 seconds. The old i record was 13 4-5 seconds, made byVJ- Loomlis of the' Chicago troliowing- arc the finalists in tire- English' clip' for (he Past :lil- iorri years, hrstirncntloneii-club win1 ning': >.'.v.'..'v' B6ry and J 501-TotteaBam- Shofficld "U- 1902-Klieineia. U. Southampton 1903-Bury: arirt IJctby County. Bolton 1905-Asion Villa arid Newcastle. 1 Ion' and. Newcastle. VJOS-Wolverhampton ui The Man Who V Back A Thric Part Featur. of and Excitement of African Cia Dr. A Scraamlnply Funny Comndy. from tht Superba Fun Factory The Romance of Goy-: One of tht Punnieat Camtdlo ever produced, inv'ctinjiunctipn ii'Ilh iMilllpn. ['.gf''tbe..ward, bpssj -in .a tp. piirae-'which.'had 'eenfaVen. by" tie. leader of a gang, rlc Jalfs. in of the" gangster. He' "Visiles; to marry the, young woman, and det'ernllheB. to lead" an honest the .gangster aiid bosR'managedrtovhave him Imprisoned for a: term {.of The -boss dies, and everjthlng'ehds Happineas" IE dlconiT. edy of. loyii'oif '.with those i'.p.eople tamporttrjly. iimpins ia'i.est lit war find general -Iwili ibe' ebown by the' Bresck hue been 'retained, and will give his orlBlnal and inimitable iucapa st. Mary be here on of her enyifpnment.'.- .He, dlEqpVerE that Bhe.: is lesh 'and blood the story, are .connected her; rOne ot'.the m'pst remarlcah Ie.. scenes f.sver carrying th'e fleeing {he PrlncBsa, sndi faltendants. vdaaheli through a brpXen bridge-jnto if This1 picture and a' pretty, love fin- 'Mr. Hutchlhga (n Sjty.; manager'-'of.'1 ihf West Sadillery Co.'of Calgarj. iilin the Tllltlng brldn' Saddlery, Mr Hutch!, optimMtir, for (be Weduoidty and Thunday. ,r uch m botneatinji too m fornii Whea you .wl and dull misery .in' It'senerally metns beej'- IDE ipi> much meat. well- authority. Meat forms Bicidf overworks the MdnsyB In their When Your kidneys relieve your.etomiicli tongiiB Is the.Weatlier luve ;