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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBSIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, Al'HIL 15, 1914 Made Galla Day of it at Brooklyn-Giants and Cubs Given a Terrific Drubbing PiKsburg Easy Too-Cobb Wins Game for Tigers-Athletics Trimriied by Chance's Yankees Games iti the National League MADB IT GALA AFFAIR April Tho NsliOEJl leaguer sexson was opened to- day with a hurrah. Govesoor .Tobu K. Tencr of Pennsylvania. of tho organisation. Ihro'-vin; ou'. the first tall, the- coateetlcR teams rais- ins new American flar, a b'atid ptey- ing. and Brooklyn. fetal'tig Boston, S There was an fhoa ot flowers presaged to Mana- ger Robinson, who !hse big cruvid of fans bj Etevin; them lial tho team apparently was far ahead o: last season in and all round work. Thry outplayed the vlsl- in every cepartcent today, b2'- Ung hard and running baass weiS. Reulbach pitched brilliantly durin; ifco seven. lnnlnjs lie occupied tit taken c'Jt -when tbe same appeared safe. Boston's two runs were; the result of a scratch bill hit by Deal, a sicgle Whkliog, and Cratcher's do Ecore: .Boston CM 033 Brooklyn Batteries: I also with Pitlsburg last year doubled, rcorir-e Butler fjora sec- ond. KxceKeiu fielding by the loads held ihe visitors to one rim. Score: 021 HO 11 2 Tyler. Crutch, Gowdy and Whallns; Kenlbach, and Pillstmrg St. la-Ms EslUrles: GriTirr sz1! 010 005 OGO--1 5 1 inj'Coo o 3 Adams' and CUbsoa; TOUGH ON PITTSSURG SL touli, Mo., April traded to the St. Lo-jis team during tie winter by Pittsburg played a pro- minent part in the defeat of the lat- ter team here today by a score of 2 BADLY BEATEN Ohio, April mei here Us! ay in it? opening of tie season, after-playing fo tiro hours ail-i e'gfct' minutes in a drizzling rain. The score was 10 to 1. The rain, nMch shortly tefore the USIP fpr siartins of the same, not only liept attendance, i-u Laener loss coutrol. Ke avowed eight bases oa tails, made four pitches tit two men. besides having four hits registered off him. Benton. on tbc other appeared to like tbe wet going1, Rud held tbe-visitors to two bits. Scores: Chlcaeo 00? 000 521 ClncmDatT 600 203 Batteries: Cheney. Koeslner Archer; Beaton and Clark. GIANT3 PALL HABD Philadelphia, Pa., April home runs by Ciptain Magee turned the scales cf victory to Philadelphia oter New York in tfai opening same of the National league season her today, the final score being 10 to 1 In four trips to the Ma-ee Iween ?cott, for Chicago, and Mit chell, tMrvslimVs left-zander. The Sox at iaet routed .Mitchell, anil Blinding finished same. Anoth- er Chicago batiiuj two more runs for good measure in the eighth, en timely hits. Scoro: ClevilKf.il.. OQLi CW S 0 Chtw....." O'jfl OvJ 7 1 .Mitchell, h'.ar.iiin- ar.d and Schalk. WALTER JOHNSON FORM Boston. Mass.. Auri' ohosoa pitched ball for Vashingtou today, aud ihe Senators won tho opening game or tho eeasou rom 3 to 0. A bi? crowd cu oyed tbe con test, with weather coudi- oas almost perfev'. Rsy Collins' pitching 1x23 elective, icepl In Ihe ihltd Innings. Then Yasblagton combined three singles wiih a base on bai's, and, scored all hree runs. Score: Vashingtoa 600 300 7 3 in the orenins game ot the sea-1 cared a base on fcalli, two home nins It was "Chief Wilson's stinslng Einglc in the after two men were out that sent Butler across tbe plate with the winning run lor the lo- cal: leim. la the first inninr, Jack anJ a single, his hlia driving in sis runs. Score: Xen- York Ml 000 1 T Philadelphia. 000 204 13 Marquard, Fromme an Meyers; Alexander and Kiliifer. Games in the American League COBB -TURNED THE TRICK'. Detroit, April Bon (ires were" flicVe'ring through the liaze-in centra field in the last half of tte thirteenth when TT CoVo drove a triple to1; Uie board; .Thicli co'jnted for two 'rune, aid a rime hoice with the enabled Detroit to the gline cf the from Sr. -Loots, 3 to. 2. It was a. pitchers'. ha (tie from niiij to NeJther.team scored un- til the flniVInnfnss, wteu good, bad ball S'.; two runs, in a inspired a Tfser rally which 'brought tack acetDOrlea ot champioa thlp days." Tor tveKe insincs-Uie 67eo. KacU team threat niaiP to ccore: on raora thin one occasion nuinsrs -j cut down at tha pTaU. In the e'.et Cobb rislsefl a broken leg ic ss r.tteKpt to d id? the Mraecla; the Ihlrleenth Aguew Kored ths sec- rails. April Johnson pufijlist, will return to Chi for tLe re-trial of tic charges rsl him unfier the Act. II 'igurcs White Sox antl Sena- tors to Give Philadelphia Team a Run for It (By Hugh S. Fulltricn) Tais is ibc ctazt'S of the yeai ivhcu cu record with so 03 CKto'kT, to von- r iiot: we lo be so gitally 1 haro "Joyed'1 the teams of the ueriLi'i, Xr.tloaal Federal lea- icj tLlB with sTeat itu allowance for all things, id cfter a niora careful ptreonal study the teams thuu asyoae bas >r EiaOe us uu the American lea- gue first. Athletics Strongest Connie Mtck'e Athletics ought to again ruther easily, with only two team's" havine an outalde chance ol b'eatlnK them. These ore Chi- cago'find Was Detroit seems to me [ho probable surprise of the American league. The fcaclxbone of tho Tigers nover TV as broken nor will be wliile Crawford Ccbb and Dush remain able bodied The pitching staff collapsed and drop pid.lhe Tigers toward tbe tail end The regular team this spring looks than It did when It TTBS win pennants. Jf the live out ol towu but has an- "P w their promise and gke Danes thorizcti his Paris rrprwcjitative, j ahij Dubuc the help they this loaton.. 000 000 Batteries: Johnson and AinsmlUi; Tolllns, Kelly and Carrigan. VICTORY POJl CHANCE New York, X.Y., April York's major league baseball season was opened auspiciously today, Frank Chance's men defeating the Athletics, S to 2. It was the rirst time In years ;nat the local Aciericaa leaguers had their opening game. game was York's ail the Kay, Bush being driven from the box after tivo stormy Innings, in which he yielded five four runs i four bases oa bail5i .nonrdman, m young left-hander from Drown Univer- sity, who replaced Bush, also was bird. Score: Philadelphia 001 MO 5 2 New York 400 P30 H 2 Batteries: Bush. Boardrnan- and Scbacg and licHale and Sweeney. Hcnrr WoU. to say thnt after hi: v.-itb Frank he would for America and plaw himself at the dispositicn oi the court. ENGLISH FOOTBALL LEAGUE London, April the results of League football games Played today: Oldhain Athletic, 2; Sheffield Wed- nesday. 0. Kest Brorawich Albion, 3> Chel- sea, 1. LeeiJe City, 0; .Clantou Orient, 0. Hufidersfield Town, 2; Banker, 1. Southern "Division Northampton, ?i Watford, 0. JiiUwaU Atbletic, Hani Un- ited, 3. oifd run for SL Ixiula by a nj slide, and was carried off th leld with a.tplke woucd in his foo Duhuu pitched wonderful ball to .wclve innings. In the thirteenth h wrencccd his weak fccee "while field ing a bunt, ar.d-gare way lo Dausi Score: Si Louis OOP 000 COO MO S Detroit 000 GfiO O'jO 000 S Batteries: WeHman, James and A; new; Bausa, Dubuc and Slar.age. BAT T J NG RALLY WON G A M E Chicago, IM., April batting rally in ihe pevealh turnod ritfeat into victory for the Chicago Amcricaos In tha oiiesin; gsne of tofiny, ChVeUnd losing thrilling ccutcst (V (fie 5 lo 2. A Lwo-baac ay T6m who saut inlo bat for 3orile aerosj the plato with the ulng IUD. Tjp to siilh the gaae ras an afrtliht pilchfn? be- Federals GoodGame HANDS ACROSS THE BORDER The Canadian and, United States amateur athletic. officials. are likely to "form the amatuer cards of both countries will ue recognized ty each other. team is the most dangerous to tbe bamplons. -Lay aside the fact tbat the s weak, that the iufield is uncertain aod wobbly, the White Sox gerous. Chicago has a great catch er, and any manager vbo failed t run brie-lwo-tbree vlth that pitchin staff does not deserve to be mana '.la addition to Scott, Ruesell, C :otte and Benz; Callaban seems 1 r6 packed up another star In Jas per. Bostcn, on paper, rank's second. O the Held It not. H has a grea outfield, a strong catching staff (for Cady to come back this sea son) and eTCellenl pltchlr.r U does' not play the same and suffe ed from Inexperienced management Cleveland, of course, looks good. always docs. But tbe Fed raid cri pied its hgpec, and the breaking BACK TO AM. erican-asioclation ASSOCIATION umpira la the. Am again this'year. Fa., weather, a parade tors recognized tne .Owens up to the big show to Arril H- -Ideal j officiate, hut failed and 'went'lo the .nrt many ?pecta- j Intornalional. g o[ tbp RULE IN NATIONAL Chapman's leg hurt it in strength an In 'spirit. Tta left-banded pitche are great, but without rlebt handc of prominence, team cannot go fi WaihlnQton Formidable pick Griffith's Washinglo team to grab the pennant I expe it to fairly Trtll up' In tbe rac more consistent ttan some ot ers. A runner rounding llilrd in tbe Federal league se-son here totlay, Brooklyn defeating PiUsburj In ten fnnfcgs, the game being a pitVJiera'j XatEonal league this year, who touch' battle Lctween Seatoh and Knctzcr. A coaeljer in any way, whether by Score: nccEiient or design, wilt be called out tlrooklyn Ot'Q 000 000 000 (JOfj 000 Batteries: Seatcn Knot- zer and Berry. Tbis was Inn only Federal k-agne ame scheduled. AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland v Indlanapolia............ i WE can show you dozens oi new Spring Suits that will just about meet your ideas of what perfect tailoring ought to be. NOT to J35, McKelvie McGuke EL Pan! Milwaukee fiaaaE City CohimVJs-ixjutsvtlic: rain. s Infield fly Mile rematna cd, after a gocd deal of dobale." LACROSSE BOOMING A revival In lacrosse Is re- from Ontario tbat gives great i-rornise to be success of i isis It lltoly enjoy the lilggefl boom 1ti the history of th in Canada, with the West tat ins a b'S Was Rich-Now Poor New B. HollLrj. rctsibtr of DOW dffucct. bat Dace V eirhingebo'-utof H. aoO Co.. toslay lhal hrlilJ tuly HoUiai Co. lecenlly for about ts.ooo.ooo. ________ The above item which appeared in the newspapers recently in a striVme manner the fickleness offortune. And it proves that some of your money should be invested where it cannot be lost in spite of business reverses. An Imperial Endowment Is Iiwoimral. It continuts to in valut no whit conditions or of money muket may be. And It will continue in force evfji ikongh you jliould at any tirac te temporarily lo the premiums. Ltl telt you thia in goodbeallh. To raprrovv you be vmtnsurablc. Addicat: THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of Canada HEAD OFFICE TORONTO B. WiM, KsJrict Maufef, OF CANADA. Abread Like UKNititailCorreidts Wherever you go jour Travellers'Cheques Issued by the Union Bank of Canada, vill be accepted freely at fuD value. This is plainly slated on the cheques, In ail th> leading.currencies ol the world, so thero can be no mjUkc. Issued In denominations ot 520, ISO, snd J200. vilhcut your signature, and therefore safe io cziry. B. KING, Acting Manigcr G. R. TINNING, Manager GRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDCE BRANCH HERE'S Iff It is fhc intenlfon of flic coromU- ce of Kural Hdatior.s lo survey the >otato market conditioas antl to Ijo ared to poiiularizc tlie Lttbbridjo jolato in the markets year. BOARD OF TRADE WILL SUPPLY THREE POUNDS TO EACH APPLICANT WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD EAT C ban c e has f m proved th o Yan' and has the team in con- dition. The St. Browne, too, are much strengthened. Is bulldirig a club from fresh raalerial acd handling it well. 1 Summarized, it looks as if ttie Ath- leliM will win handily, with Washing- ton, Chicago and Cleveland gllng for second wilh Boston. and Detroit batlltus for honors right close behind them, and Yanka and Brown? closer up than (hey wore L year, fighting' to keep out uf the The committee on Rural Relations ol the Letbbridgo Hoard o! Trade has accepted the o! the nonunion came, (f i: LAND EROOKLYN FHDS 0[ Qrovcr formorly catcher for tne f.leveland AptrlcaDB, signed a ;J contract on fiaturrtay night tc play "i'-vith tha Brooklyn Federals. TRIGGER AND TRAP XOKTIIW'KS'rKRX At Vancouver: Tacoma............... S II "10 At Spokane: Victoria............... 1 Spofcane............... S f, At Seattle: Portland............... 1 Seattle............... 2 S PACIFIC COAST At San Francisco: 1.03 0 f) j San 'j 0 At Venice: .Sacramento............ 7 7 j Venice 285 LOOK HERE REFEREES, ATTENTION! All cereons desiring to referee ler tlie. Oil? Football league this aeaaon, are minested to communi- cate v. [th the Secretary, Thlt Icenlh street OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB risers are requested to turn up at the V.1I.C.A. on Frldsy, April 17, for SCHOOL LEAGUE Tho board ot managers of the Sim- A MAMMOTH COMPETITION The Alberta Gun club contemplate, entering a team In tho Telegrapilc Eipwimental Farm to supply farm- ers and gardeners -in this vicinity vrith'a select variety of seed pota- toes. It is the policy ol Uw committee to develop a potato which may bo arid on tho market under tbe [.ethbridj-e trade mart. The sou- thern portion o! Alberta Is especial- ly adapted to growing potato For Etvtral years the Experimental Farm lias developing anil ac- climatising ,1 tulcr ior this locality with the a! Gold Coin tlie seed potatoes have, fo 'snvcral years been treated Jor scab 'and. other diseases which afirct the potato crop ur.til Ihe supply of seed potatoes now oiiered to tho growers A-Physicians' Advice may te said to I.e. pare and Al in every reject. Furthermore these po- tatoes have, been grown in a Club Championship of North America i manner as to develop unifonn competition, ia to be conducted (juallty v.llh due rezard to the hy E. R. Galvln, Wilmington, Del.. I re.iiilrcmenta ol a critical market, who lias divided the N'orth American I Fanicrs and gardeners receiving continent Into divisions, namely: Eastern, southern, central, western nnd Cana-JEan. Each division will nhoot a schedule of elx matches, at sample uotatpes arc required to plant and cultivate them as directed and to report results after the crop on a form ivil! be the conclusion ol Thleti tho winning f'jrnlsUd by the Kspermienfal farm, team of each division slioot n tte supply lasts the.se scod 'polatces to the amount ol three Beriee of three matches, to fee 1 the "-world's serifs" for the club champlonpSlp of Xorth America. pounds each, be. supplied at any post'office in Houthrrn Alberta hy Parcel Tost free o! charge to growers aleJ suitable troph uv day echool leagi..- wlitch was to have tonildw Iho above proposition, and it [mllei at oncc SCTn Ms (r.wne and 8 'very probable thai wli: address on a postal card addressed convened tonight at tbe Y.M.C.A., hns been poatfoncd until night at 8 o'clock. FEDERALS WON'T SURRENDER PLAYERS III., April fllckard, o( the Kedsral lugne, slat, ed positively Ibat the Federals will not surrender their clnlmc to Bland- Ins, Kahler, Williams and naurngard- ner, becaoae of lac court decision at Grand BapMs, and intimated that this feature of tbe caco might be repealed. Hlanding, Knhler, Williams and Eauir.sardner sacn Jumped fcacfc organized baseball after signing Ti-lth the Federals, aa did Kllllfer, and It was bL'iievcil In tiiseball circles that Federal officials would not soelc to thetp If tbo co'jrt ruled ad- versely In thn case. These casc-a worn no', touchfti on Judge Ses- sions' ruling. "We regard tho court's decision as a great victory for the said Kttfcard. "We have contend ed that the reserve clause vrotild not stand up. The court's puts an effective quietus on (ha Ulk thtt PrSo'dcTit Euhets aiid other magniiirs In baseball vouM try. en join Tinker, Seatoir, Brennan or any of tbe other Btarit who over lo us, ar.d vrno not Dodfir -con- tract" ie represented In this International 6 vent. r.ethoridge Hoard of Trade, Alberta. drugs instead ot setting rid of the acld-tho laiiBO of nil tbo trouble. Get a little- blauratcd magnesia from your druggist, eat what you want at your ncvt. menl. Mte some of the blsurnteil masnesla as directed above, and see If I'm not right." advl. C M E W PLUG TOBACCO M[ MOCK TOBACCO CO. LTD. QUEBEC- WINNIPEG ;