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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL IS, W5 THE LETHiUUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE BASEBALL WILL FIGHT IT OUT VANCOUVER CHAMPIONS OF AMATEUR LACROSSE C.A.L.A. Dlicardi Mann Cup And Will Put Up Another Saskatoon, Sasif., April Again th-iy succumb to the President' llnyilon of the Cun- ol the warriors ol HIE adlan Amalour Lacrosse IIBBO-. ,j cUitlpn this morning notified tin! Urninplon Excelsiors, who Tim Heal -Estate brigade proved m [Or tho Maun worthy ol their opponents' steel for lialf tlic issue, then faded away he- lore the heavy, swatting ot the men of the .press hi' nn Indoor baseball tilt late yesterday afternoon at the Y.J1. v C.A..'Thc score ended 38 to 10. The Real'Estaters leaped to tlie flout- with fbnr tallies in the first The- Herald was puzzled by Cup, anil the Calgary Cllluooks that Hie Mann trophy has been repudiated by tlin NMlonal as- socintlon as emblematic ol v Canadian Amateur Lacrosse chu'miilonahlp and that another trophy will bu purchased to re- uluco the Mann CUD. He has also pjinoimccd that tlie C.A. chnmplonslllli nnd cilnlleiiser for tlie Canadian title must meet the Vancouver team. the' deceptive ofiering ot Pilcher Ross UA. recognizes the-Vancouver v for. Hie fii'st few innings. However, A.C. as liulilers of .the Dominion v they finally commenced to connect clmmnlonslilii nnd that any and clean up. Carley ilill the twirling for the-Herald and was strong in pinclics null was well supported in tho field. I 'I'Jie championship of the leasue "'ill he's.tiled next Wednesday. The Her-j------ ah.' incl Business Won will C'Klil it out They, have each won three and lost .two. The teams UT> as follows: Herald: Kane, Frey, Nlchol- scn. Carley and Buchanan. Jtail .Estate: McArthur, Carson, FUlier, Ross, Rutledge and Pickle. .Batteries: Carley and Kane; Rons and JtcArthur. NATIONAL PlUsburg........ 1 Chicago 1 Nmv York........ 1 liulelphla...... 1 ClnclniMitl St. Louis )3rooklyn.......... 0 Boston-.......... 0 1000 1.000 1000 .000 .000 .000 .000 G 0.11 and I'.Uuolph Plilludelphla Alexander ana nraoklyn.............. S U New York..............16 18 I'ffofer aud McCarty; Tcureau A' Meyers. S 10 Pillsbiii-K........... Cincinnati.............. 2 8 -1 McQuilleu and Gibson; Ames and Dooln. St. Louis............... 2 8 S Chicago................. 7 9.1 Snllee, Nleliaus and Snyder; Vaughn and Al-cher. AMERICAN Philadelphia Washington Cleveland.. Chicngo Hoslon...... New York.. Detroit...... St. Louis noston........ Hlffaclelphia Shore and 1000 1000 1000 1000 .000 .000 .000 .000 0 0 3 7 Cady; Pennock an STAW If today you're grouchy, tired, and blue, tee CHARLES CHAPLIN LAUGHTER "A Night Gilt" LAUGHTER _____ _ And Your Through, The Originators of All Competitions _ 1913 Pie Eating Contests 1914 Country Stores 1915 A Shetland Pony Popularity Contest For The Boys And Girls Voting Starts Monday Next There is not tlie accustomed activ- ity ticiliB shown Ihia spring in Lcth- Cleveland bridge football circles. City League Detroit Secretary Haliwan: has solicited E S 1 8 Mitchell and O'Neill; Covelaeski an ._ Stallage. formation tLroiigh tho Herald respect- ing prospective cluhs.'hut has not re-! chicago ceivecl any response to liis appeal. (St. Louis 7 13 li 7 in.- Hhr: Scott, Jasper, Faber, Cicotte In response to an enquir) Dl tnc _e Herald tins morning. The "shining .tehls" of the much- L'lasf seaWdubs to heralded-Bankcrs' baseball team have nest., transferred- from the cllr. and as a has fallen a mcctillB tonight ill am Mr. Halferan Sclinlk Weilman, Pcrryman aad Sci the .ereid, Agncw. life'., was North New The Northenders Washington ino Warhop and Sweeney Johnson am i Ainsinith. FEDERAL 3I.C.A. Delegates from the .Travel- south side. team., the. Y.M.C.A. and Hie Football enjoyed to Kansaa the league to take the place of the were teen and, .me, x.m.u.A. team ana me Knccv-tMDi will benreient. An elfprt! ous season oi its existence in Letli- will be ,made. to .get a fourth team In i bridge last year. The competitions Eknlt.ra. attended. Things have changed .since last year, of _______________ The call to .the colors has ljecn heard in the icalm of football JEANNETTE BEATS LANOFOHD aud tlle rc5ponse has should Boston, Anii! Jeannetle of A number .of the boys New York defeated Sam Langtord o[ who to kick the ball around the tllI9''clly in '12-round bout tonight. The nesro.heary.welghtB mixed freely, 'iyui LiBgtoTA'B apparent lack of con- Buffalo.. Baltimore. .33; .33d '.261 tage. on igiva hii opponent in advan- POBKY FLYNN OUTFIGHTS REICH Athletic'park ore now turning their kicking proclivities' towards- getting Kaiser Bill's leaving the teams shorthamled. However, there is no doubt lootball material here yet to muster up teams enough for a and the game old tluffalo................. 1 Baltimore.............. a 1 Krapp and Blair; Qulnn and Oivens Newark............... 7 0 Brooklyn .8 12 lloran aud Huhn; Wilson, Uuhain and Land. New April Flynn that Is the..only game to an of notion outfought Al Ilelcli or New'countryman.will come to pass m due York in n 10-round bout here tonight, time. Flynn Tveljhed '198 poundi and 'Heidi But 206. busy. But it is time to make" a stare. Gel When aslied. hop he. happened to. Willard was never' m take up boxing, Jess the new four .and a half .years, in. the ling or champion and right now the moat in training. He. hopes to end his talked about man. in the world, said 'career with the same record. He's so "I first got-ideas of tikiaj.up the well put together that'll! .doesn.t sport wlien.I titard that Jim JeBrics, look his six feet six and a half inch- the famous tighter, had heen knocked es. He has a thin, keen dark oat by Jack'Johnson, cplol'c'd man. .in complexion, has gray- eyes-shaded I.-got it into'-iny head on ac- by long a high forehead and count of my eitraordihaty' sizo I wavy black hajr parted on the side, have, a good chance' to defeat He has .a sensitive-mouth and a well the -negro, providing I made a care- turned chin. lul study of the'game. 'Up to this He doesn't .look like a prize fighter; time I had never.seen a boxing match lie. doesn't ..act biie, nor are his jn- niy hands. I _____ and saw Carl llorris, an avow- his fighting spirit, that ties too much ed'-wiiite "as'poiiuK inclined to take things easy and not didn't look very hard to me I decided hurt the other has acom- to start learning at once. I iparred Jnon school education, received' in the idea always in Kansas, with" a year in high school. PIT mind of pome day being fit to The.T he punched cattle for a couple of 'years, leaving go into hotse and mule handling. WILLARD USES GOOD, PLAIN He wai. a 'good man at this, anil made enough money to. marry and Ld a pair of gloves on stincts those of.a fighter. In fact, his I- moved to; Sapulpa, handlers complain it's hard to arousi riieet Jobnwu. ;WLLARD .WILL DRAW COLOR LINE ..I've'done it and I'm pretty ngro. I ah- Johnson is the flrat neg ever lougnt'and I'll never fight [is.or a [a? than .the prize St. Louis Kansas City CrandalLand Hartley Packard and Easterly. FIELDER JONES PICKS WHITE SOX TO WIN IN AMERICAN Veteran Manager of St. Loull Fedi Alit> Likes Giants and Braves In National Chicago, April Jones, manager of tlie St. Louie Federals, has picked the Chicago White'Sox-to land the pennant in the American League. 'The White Sox should win the pennant fu a said Jones! "It a runaway race, as Manager -Rowland lias a: great team. "It should toe a runaway for New York and Boston In the National Lea- said Jonee. "Those are the only .earns which J see In the old league. do not look for the Cuba to be a strong .factor in the race, although .hey look a lot 'better than- most' of :he other in the league. _ Pitts- mrg is shot to pieces and'..the Card- DaJa have notiiine to boast of. "As for my own that is liard- ir to pick. I might just as well claim lie pennant as anybody else, for our earns are more evenly balanced than n any other league in the'country." GUNBOAT SMITH 'WINS FIGHT Oulfightl Ohm-ley Wiinert Round Contect. NOSE CLOGGED FROM A COLD OR CATARRH In Air ei. To ring, .usually prodqcess.' In equipment, only. Cbrhett, .to'Vlioni he bears slight resemblancey-'is his eaual. Thoqc who. "dope" .can this fact .to :thcir; Uie. .in whicli .the championship passed recently :'lonjest heavyweight championship fight 'since i i .1 tnc tinK pa'sscd under Mariiuis of Wint.rflieE! Your .clogged rules. 'It: went Hwcnty- the air pass- six rounlis. Corbett'.beat Bullivan in of your, head are-clear and, you tlvcntv-onc' New 'Yorlr, April imith, 'Callforaia heaATwelgbt, out- fought Weinert of Newark, N. J., in a 10-round toout in Brooklyn Smith liad tlie honors in five rounds, Weinert in three' and two were even. The welslits ivere: SmiHi 180; Weinert 177. Settlers Need the Railways Badly CONTINUED PROM FIIONT PAGE. change of opinion within tlic past few days. Jfr. illcheijcr trcmeni'lously concerned about the length of route nud freight haulage, but lie foi-got tbat the name authority fixes the freight rates en all lines. lie said (lie rnte Je from point to point, not by the mile. The opiioution dispultid (his, but the Minister utuck to his point. The opposition said there is an- other railway projected into Grant! let this company wait. As- suming that the C.M.K. do their best, there Is no good reason why Grand Prnirle should have to be satlelled. with one railway. Mr. Tweedle speaking, said freight rates arc based on the haul nnd not tho amendment of Michener, 16 for, 30 against. Mr. Weldenharamer WUB paired with Mr. Walker. Uon. Mr. Stewart and three Liberal members were iibsent, addressing a Laurier club meeting. Tbe main motion car- ried on the same division. The House then went into coimnit- tcc and mucndeti the bill to the first reading. j Hon. Sir. Mitchell thoii introduced his resolution lo- increase Uic power' from three to' four mJJJJoDB, and to raiae the rale of intorest, if noces-' sary, from to 5 por cent.. Mi1. Mit-; explalnetl that Ontario, British I Columbia, and other provinces being n the imirkeL with 5 per cent, bonds, Jl was thought inadvisable for Alberta not to have yower to borrow at that rate. Another division was taken; the re- solution-carried 30 for, 16 against. Mr. Mitchell then moved his resolu- tion amending1 the Alberta Insurance between points. He had no doubt the I act, providing for the imposition of a railway department would take care I ai' companies Mug business j of the freight rates, but the people of Alberta, This Is not new taxation, tbat district would have to pay In freight charges, the big interest charg- es on Uic-road. Mr. Tweedie repeat- ed his .opposition to further assist- ance to the railway, and made a vig- orous attack upon J. D. McArthur. Hon. Charles Stewart said lie had been In. the House aioce 1909, and very little new ground had been broken. It is merely to replace the license fees j declared ultra vires by the courts. The i new tax corresponds to the license im-1 posed. The mcticu carried without, discussion. A A BARNYARD Paramount Night The last opportunity to see DANIEL FROHMAN'S beautiful film version of the century old classic "CINDERELLA" The favorite Fairy Tale of our childhood, featuring the most, popular actress in the PICKFORD "THE Keystone full of laughs THE EMPRESS ORCHESTRA TOMORROW AND MYSTERY Episode of the Sanatorium The Empress Theatre always has and will continue to give the people of Lethbridge the Best Picture Programme in the picture world, and in doing believe that they arc giving more value for money received than showing inferior pictures and giving barnyard premiums ac an advertising dodge. The following bills were giveu a second reading: Act respecting pro- vincial loans; act amending tbe stock Inspection ordinance; act to regulate driving and trailing of sheen; act to Tie leader'of the opposition IE ma-: ninend-tne Mines act; Married Wo- 1ns practical.? same speeches Home act, the he. did five years ago. He said if the opposition would drop party feelings they would admit tbat the guarantee policy hftd accomplished a great deal, notwithstanding that the C.N.R.- bad fallen down to a consider able' extent. It was all right lor the opposition to clamor about slow procedure. They were not" the' government, and were not-confronted with the problems. He disputed that, '.the government hac forced settlers In remote settlements and if tliey were to examine Hie re quests for roads and bridges lhe> would think differently, -llr. Btewnrt drew attention to. the fact tliut the Goose Lake line.waa.tjullt la one .year The Calgary Tofied branch 1ms been built, and It is ridiculous for the op position to say the C.N.R. have done no worn. Tbey Save fallen down iu some hut the opposition should lie fair. 'Ho" thought MacKeuzie Jlann bad undertaken too much work In Canada, 3iit every man IB feeling the financial nincn.. MacKenzie Mann had done more in railway building than any other, railway corporation in "western Canada, and if It were not for the jard..times, the opposition would not le making the attempt they are to make political capital. Replying to the attacks on provln- jlal-credit, Mr. Stewart, said if there was one thing proud was the splendid position of the prov- nce. They did not go onto their knees to the Dominion govern- ment. .TUcy were in a better position .ban any other province. If his friends jpposlte were in nuwer, they would be mighty glad to be able to present as avqrahla a sheet as this government. Dealing with the cost of railways, Mr..Stewart asked.liow much the 011- lositlon could build roads (or? Mr. MIchener; "About-half." .Mr. Stewart: "That is about as near he'truth ns you ever get." Mr. Tweedie asked if'.the govern- lent: ever made esti- mte the cost before giving a gunr- ntee............... Mr. Stewart replied that no govern- ,ent in Canada ever did. and. proceed- ns said no railway 'was ever built for he estimate.' It it-cost J13.000 to uild a railway from Calgary to Al- aek, It would cost twice ns much to uild the Edmonton nnd D.unvegan ne. He said that every road guar- nteed, cost more than the estimate. Mr "Prove It." Mr_ Stewart: "Pcove It yourself-, on raoile the statement that they can e built for less." Continuing, Mr. Stewart said the act respecting indenting of interstate estate's. Mr. Cross explained tbe for giving married women the right to pro- tect their Interests and property. Un- der the new law, the women 'would have" greater 'rights' than' women In portions of the Empire Mr. Cross also explained his act to protect tbe right of tbe province In escheated estates.- He said the prov- vigorously crcisct its rights against the claim of the Do- minion government. General French Commends Canucks CONTINUED FROM FHONT PAOE they were Hopped by i barricade of sand bagi and timbers.. Thla party, as well othert, then pulled down the front face of a German parapet. A number of German! killed and wounded, and a few prisoners taken. 'The service performed by the dis-' trnguiehed eo'rpi hie continued to be very valuable, since I had occasion to refer tg tnem in my jait dispatcher "They have tuen moat ably organiz- ed and trained and were commanded by tltut.-Coi. F. D. Farqiihar, who I deeply regret to aay, wai killed while luperintendlhg some trench work on March 20. Mil loss will be deeply THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR PLAY HOUSE ORPHEUM VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES WHERE EVERYBODY GOES First In War! in First In First in Everything Worth While in the Amusement Line! ALL FEATURE DAY TODAY Farm Festival The biggest thing ever attempt- ed by any Theatre anywhere. Last evening two Pekin Ducks were given away. Bring your coupons tonight and see how lucky you are. SRC if you can't win the Pony or in Gold. Country Store 12 useful prizes will be given away tonight. First prize will be one Alberta bred Turkey. Other of useful Grocery and Toilet Country Store Coupons are good for the FARM FESTIVAL. LAST TIME TODAY OF THE CURRENT EPISODE OF RUNAWAY JUNE Geo. Randolph Cheater's Wonderful Motion Picture Serial. GRUNDY 4 LAZZO In entirely new aonga and monologues RUGGED SHORES A beautiful tea coaat juit a little different from most CURING A LAZY WIFE A comedy on new and original flnei that has to be seen to .be appfsclated ALFRED DARBY In an entirely new Sleight of Hand THE HOSE'OF YESTERDAY A stirring drama of human In- a little better than the best THE ORPHEUM CONCERT ORCHESTRA "The Best in the They play REAL MUSIC Raymond Man Writes pii Growing- Alfalfa MAJESTIC THEATRE Four NlghtB Starting Wednesday, April 21 With Bargain Matinee Saturday. (Conttnueil from Page If >yqu wheat, crop of 30 buibels to tbe will cost you .per acre to prepare, and cultivate snur land, plant your crop and har- veat'and At la cents per your gross in-. come per acre. and your net -income.' will. lees f 12.00 "yields of bay weighed. It was round or fip.50. Therefore "lOSMilbs. ot al- that the yields of hay with 10 and I.I' falfa 'seed p'er at 15 cents per pounds of seed per acre .were practi- ]b., is ;just as profitable as 30 bushels cally heavy as when more seed was of wheat! per acre n't 75 cents per used: We have always used about bushel. Thin last.very ory year, the lOlbs. per acre .with excellent results. aU.Ifa.seed 6rop, .on non-irrigated, H alay bc to Eamc to land weiit SQMbs: Der. acre in several kn0w how. seeds cates, and on Irrigated west are a -La'st BUmmer B. E. LANG PRESENTS THE FAMOUS JUVENILE BOSTONIANS THE NEW. YORK AND CHICAGO SUCCESS "THE ISLE OF SPICE? ArtlJt A Girl An. Artist" -p, All tht old livoritst including Pattle Henry, Dixie White, Thorn Hellen, Ina Mitchell, Dorii Canfield, Billie O'Nell, etc. CHANGE OF BILL NIGHTLY. Seau on'aale Saturday at the Hcdley Drug Store. Tlmolv "Pl'icnf Nights, 50c, 75e. iUUUJ Adults-25cj Children 10c. call breathe freely. No more hawk-, beat Corbclt -in. 'fourteen.' .in 1897 Ing, sauffliiiff, mucous discharge, Jclirk's tent h'itesimmons ,'in clei'Cn h'eadaclie, struggling -for jn i889.; Johnson' beat Jeffries in lilflit, your cold or catarrh ri! teen ;in I Sullivan was champion lourtsen up! Oat a- small years, Corbstt lasted" .Fit? only tlbttle'of Ely's Cream Balm from your .two. Jedrics -sketched- tn er. clo is young, a clean liver, anibllious, Klvin? you InsUnt strong and is daily adding to -'Elj-'s Crsam Balm li flghliiig :enuipmont. hasn't orerf .cold and catarrh. 'sufferer: politics. His 'father bpeh icekllig. It's Just splendia., ran, Init lie lias Inticpcnilent pnhlical AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OPENS Clilcago, 111., April Chivington' of the, American 'a'ssocla- tion, announced the umpires, for .the opening games of the Benson tomorrow us follows: Murray and Doyle at.Kan-. ______________ City: Owens and Knapp at Cleve- 1802; 'intzBironiuns'lan11: Johnson and Connolly lit Col- forfiyie D: Hlglnbolliam ft Co. toes with Ins breeding umbus; O'Brien and Irwin at Mjl- wankee. ED. WAL3H IMPROVING LOB Angeles. Cat, April Walsh, the dhicago-Americftn league Ititcber, was told- today by the .uiciii: cal expert 'who has baen treating' his arm that he would be in.shape to re- turn to Chicago three weeks and take his regular turn in tlie.bp.v. SPEAKING OF. LUCK The more we tlilnknf Tom Jones; Success" In tbe boxing mere fivmly convinced hecoiiie' that he was iioru tvllli a il much more.. According to this, a crop 100 .average" sized seeds and liad of much more profit- the druggist weigh them-for me: They uads would cost double the estimates a wheat, crop. An altalfa 4 lins or it tool! 25 aceds efore ready tor rolling .tock cropTMtores fertllily to the soV., to-weigl] one -since there' are OmlhlUn government WOUla Over a -ivlivat crnn (llminiBhfm thfi the trunk lines, be be -willing to' take- over the branch lines at twice the amount of the guarantee. Mr. Stewart dealt with the tremendous engineering difficul- ties in the Peace River, vicinity, and said the policy of: the government while, .a, wheat crop diminishes the ,000 ,b wm ,5x (ertillty. ;Epme- .may tear that the 7m_ seeds to Ih6 pounlj; I( pricEvof alfalfa .seea- will go down. I' so In lime, will be manv befofe. the! price is the we sow an-acre evenly with' lOlb. of we will 40 seeds on iFWnis foot of surface..; J ftemost profit Hon. Oliver Answers -Charges producuon; CONTINUED FROM FRONT. PAGB same methods as used by porch clinjk> ers and thugs.' He said that he ha'fi been the subject of blackmailing at- tack during the. past feiv. had done iiiu 710 bairn, any more'than the present attack .Therquei-- tion of. introducing blackmail Into itics, he aseerted, was a dang-erpua precedent. Dealing with, tbe charges ajiamflt Robert.Cruise, JI.P., Mr. Oliver siit- facta to show that tbeT lichted if tho C.N.R. .could use tlie prlcVof'seed liropplng, let guarantees this of ius which is .one of tbe Grand Prairie want 'i railway hadli', I greatest-seed jirod'ucing aiates. ..Seed the alfa'ifa Bcctl crop is. growing; (he and they don't caro; where, it from. "It would he'sulcidalof the ernment to reluse this opportunity) of e geltiag (hese road this ytfa -.V_ -pl-Qt-OMlhll Ss ttan" the' alfnlfa beea-'for many'years.- i In regard to .the "pasturing _ _____ 'or niatters i 'method of raising seed; 1, make should have discusned bcJore, but claim to be its originator. I first saw, Jlrs. for his squatter's n Taking-up the accusations In connea- the .southern Alberta .Land' Mr. Oliver .comnielely the attitude of the department'.ot .thie'. Interior. The present government.' shall lliave to'take them nji here- Tho. waa evidently deliberate nnlrilthsi with the cvlflSllt ]inCj intention of mislondlng. the counLry, i seed crops; from the sair nnA-bcimirclilhi the characters ot Jlieiupd-'imve no .rtitfiiiiental ilibfter'ilian dealt 'with, and Mr. Oliver sliowedtimt-.' .this'was ol.a.slufE ;that rompaniea- Mr." U.oadley, concluding, palntei nnr- they find that continual are much ime piece ot are liefV- effects om In I uroujlit.up sereraltlmes. to the Hie the. alfalfa jland.' ilicve. this is merely '.he. beginning of. and'ln.the'cpunlry.' Another that- cpines -a'.falftt seed railing in sunny 'southern declaring- Ibsl-the dcpart elit ;