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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta i FUIDAY, APRIL 1.6, 1915 I THE LETHBRJ.SGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE, Johnson Making His Last Stand RED SOX ONLY TEAM IN RACE ACCORDING TO HIS CAGO AND PHILADELPHIA NEXT LOSES STAR IN BUflNS (By Huoh Toaiu lloaton Htivclt York St. I.oviia in llio llilS til lian catching atrungtli, ifi'eat pitching power, and n wondurlu] .combination u round KUCUIH! bane. ,Uler the White Sox ihoac Atliiellcs loom up. Tliu Icniii la Ttir from a. Vi'i'cclc. It aolns again, in KMjtc of heavy IUSBRE. He hHH Shown inucli more pitching strength iliau 'iviis tyiyi'ostd to he left, and it is 11- dansf-raus. _ Washington ons'iL not to do as well H lias (lone. The team eeems LO 1130 575 90 i lii.slorv of Lhti Aineri-1 ijc l'.iil.ns n bit. can !ci.8HL- lias Die suiimul clem- Detroit, vlilrh was -Jnsl slartHig to PI- This only lo [im phice. [ccme buck, suffered a: terrific now in Seldom in tile lilatory of (.he ICJIRIIH of Iliirus. _Jeu- linr, Iho proBpucl ror hlllc-r HtrugBle haa ulso failed, to develop an> for second place been moru clearly jireuiclcd. Indications, too, urc that ihero will be u fierce fight to keep out of (Jic eighth hole. Hoston seems to have the cull fur first place. It is (lie best tuam, it Is strong in every dtii'iu'LiHcnl: incom- parable in outfield, slrrnj; at hut, lias clnss of UH? teas no i" pitching, liijd has a good infield well hacked by with class. It ii? unfortunate for tho Am- lunguc to Imvc tli-j Red Sox so an end ol" tliu etliur in class. Thn league itself is renlly Lhc only iiuijor Icarus in tne field tiny year. Alter gelling past first place; wii find four teams, any curs of which is 'ilJtely lo Finish either second or fllih. The White Sox appear to IKJ.VQ [y tue best of the argument. It, star Ilic New York has strengthened greatly, and will make n lot of trouble' lot ev- eryone, hill. power dooms it .to's'ocmijl division. SI. Louis does not seem to have im- proved n. great nearly as much as hoijcd during tbe early training season. Cleveland is not really as goad a. clul) as It was last year, although it should ploy much better ball. It has at least the merit of liusiiiiie this sin-ins, and the Icslns: of the ones who were of sympatliv will: the man- agement has helped. Let us hope ll does nol. abandon lione and fignc- Ine as It dlil last season I look to see the teams finish in Ihe order named in the table, and close to tbe percentages given. DECLINE OF CANADIAN NATIONAL GAME DUE TO..BUSINESS BRU- IDEA IN SCHOOL GAME MIGHT BE SAVED THE JOHNSON-WILLARD FIGHT IN HAVANA FOR THE WORLD'S HEAVYWEIGHT 'lie photo lalten in tho twentieth round shows .lohmson making a herculean effort, to stem Hie tide of dafeaL. Thc if; black is here shown getting under oce ot Wizard's right leads anil landing a hard rijjht to the white man's jaw. NATIONAL w, Xcu- York 3 I'liiliulelpliia 2 Pittsburg 1 Chiciigo I Cincinnati........................ I (SI. Louis 1 Brooklyn 0 Boston'.............................. 0 AM. ASSOCIATION At Kansas St. Paul ,........000 212 105-11 15 2 Kansas City-..000 10U 5 13 3 Williams, Stecle and Johnson Cifliogc, Jlcgan and Gciljcl. At Louisville.........100 100 7 n Columbus ..........1100 000 5 2 MM IN IHE 'CALCIUM CUBE Xew Yovli, April racing by electric light al the Brighton .acrussc is slowly Iml surely wan- j ing in Ihc jinmrdiato cfiorLs are tu proposition wl.ccc Lhc interest in Canada's nu- js tioual sumnier game, it promises, cic for the love of the M-t [must be born aga {boys interested. to he a proijusition where a player play anil no longer docs su long, lu.hreanic a sport oi This iacL'could not ho.more sLri r. Thc game and tlie younger I This was aUemtited.i Pet. .._ 3.000; jNorlhrup and CJemons Eayrcs and j jjcncli race track will be thc Iciiturc 1.000 jColemaii- i0f ylc Opcninj; automobile race mcet- season on June 12. .nOU Indianapolis 10 Thc track will he illuminated by ni- -500 Cleveland 1 trogen lamps and the spectacle is .aOO J and Gossctz James, Ilrcn- sure to bring Lhc that ;five and TONIGHT "A DRAMA OF.THE ORIENT" 'Three Men Who Knew' BILLY'S DAI) UNIVERSAL WEEKLY A Solig Feature "THE FLOWER OF FAITH" A REAL COMEDY "The Death of Simon Lagrec" A burlesque on Uncle Tom's Cabin with Billy Ritchie, Chaplin's rival MEET MG AT THE ISC HMPRES3 A A BARNYARD v lOc TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Mystery Tlie Secret of Dr. MUHII'M Sanatorium Her Winning1 PimcJi, and With (he U. 8. Army at San Francisco A SPLIT REEL KEYSTONE In the Sage Brush Country A TWO PART WESTERN PICTURE Other Good Empretg Orchestra. .000 ;jt is wllcn thc .public scliools ly tliaii hy the present, j were given sticks :mil au attempt imfcrtaiii .fate of thc .game this sea- imaile iojorm some kind of an. inter- bpn. Althouirh Uic bcason is drawing; school league, This ulun, howcvav, hear, no pliins have been made and j frusiratcd hy i-lic .scliooJs Ihc liig associutiojis Eire .unccvlain jntr up too "early "in the summer anil ttlioufc entering tCAins lo compete hoys leaving town for-tlie suni- honors. Hov-'ftvcr, Jt is prnc- vacation, 1L is pointed out Uint lieally ecrluin UiaL there will only j this coulil be .reiucdicd by having two lie one league in the. field this year. short sratotis for -example, Irani But what, teams will this jway 1 till thc end 01" June, and from league .they The Nationals stale that again have a team, but the tlie end of August till' the cud Snptcinbet-Thsn the parenU of il.A.A.A. liiivc not .determined- what younger hoys must" he .stam! they Inkc, wlnle the Sham- game can he rocks arr 'enter an 'ama- .l.'ur team.if the league arrangements ncc featisfactory.' JlLAMt! ASSOCIATION liin'c Jaciossc players and en- ihusiasLs place the blame for the dc-! Lhc luck This is Ihelopm- cline of inLiMTst in of many lacrosse men. of the shown the a perfectly manner and tiliatjili is a splen- did muscle builder. GROUNDS CAUSE TKOUBU3 Tho main liinilraRCO Lo. the young- sters taking has- been the at-the floors of. .the big ama- hig...associations lo give us-four Sat- uuriays during the summer for leur-athlciie associations. They were i-csj) on bible for the introduction of protpssionalisni into.the game, and as ii result the play becanift so raggetl and so brutal that the public .110 longer takes the interest itjlid iii the. game. lacrosse and we Imvc Rood a lacrosse league running iu junior very short time ns any baseball'or hockey leagues in the city or Do- said a well known follower of the 'ga'me. -JOHNSON AND tylLLAK-D'VIE FOB PLATJD- ITS OF HAVANA CROWD At .St. Louis .........00-1 000 5 1 Chicago .............010 010 5 1 Doak and Glenn, Cheney Stand- uidge and Archer. At Pittsburg 100 5 1 Cmdnriali .........000 001 8 0 Harmon and Cribson "Benton anil Sea-ton. Ion, Voght and..RasaliT. Minneapolis Milwaukee six years ;igo 'country, d.-tck' to favor. was tlie talk oi the Baseball Dope Lee Meadows j spectacles field. He Is [a pitcher, and a'goo'd oiie. He says !lie has.worn spectacles while playing football and .has never suffered any matinee card nt aprinl G' events and a scratch hattle between thc most famous and daring luiights of thc wheel and thc endur- ance battle at night under the pow- j eriul glow of tlie lights, the motor- T fsts will liave a series ot heart pal- Cardinals wears tllat wil1 lonB Coming as the (irst event following 500-mile classic, the At DrooWvu 000 ODD 000-0 feign. stars and the best of the Slanager Rowland of the White Sox [crican talent that will hattle New York'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.OOO 001 a i; 1ms decided to hold on lo'Ed Wnlsft. [giory ovet the Rucker, Kagnn and Marnuard iTlie'.Wg'MIow will coach young, and Jleycrs. ;men'and do a'turtron the moun At Philadelphia ......000 ..COO "2 Boston...............BOO 100 .7 a Meyer aml-Klllilcr Hughes, Strand and dowdy. AMEKICAJY w. )hicago 2 I'hilartclphia. 1 lYiishiiigtoii L Cleveland 1 3oston 1 York I 3etroit SI. Louis 0 L. Pet. u .500 -.500 .500 .500 .500 .500: At Boston.............001 101 Philadelphia ......000 12 .3 1' ..Collins, May'and Carrigan Bush, IVycfco'H anil Sciialig, JIcVov. At Vcw York..........100 G -t Washington .......000 ion 5 0 Fisbsr ,iijil "Nuhgniakcr; "Harper, 3entley anil Henry. Jleveland 4 Detroit 5 Stsin, ilorton and O'Ncil inil Stanage 1G hox- d ac- caslcDally, It lie can return to any- like his old form. Jini Thorpe may win one of tne out- fieW positions on the Ne'iv Yorl: class of racing that A m- for Hoosicr bricks. The kings of. chance tha.t-gaLh.er at tne wesffirn track [je. invited and given guarantees to appear at the seaside in the big meeting, and the .........he hilled staged -cting, will Giants -tlite season. Tlie Indian has j should ellipse anything ever been, showing well in the practice si tbe course. games, and McGraw is highly pleased with bis work. It be nq.surjirisB if he should be seen in the regular line-up. INTERNATIONAL OPENING DATE New York, April the clubs in the Iniernatipnal league'-were rcp- The New York writers are pleased reseated.. at the meeting held here at thV showing ol Poll Pcrritt, the ]yesterday 'when the playing schedule former St. .Louis vVirler. Perritt for.Jihc as prepared makes the staff of .the Giants the strongest and best balanced in the country, they -assert. In M athewsoa, Maro.uard and Perritt, Mc- Graw has a real big four. Jake Daubert, who sprained his ankle iii-a recent game iu the south, win be but of the game for another week at 'least. The Brooklyn slar sprained the same ankle last season, md was Jaid .up for some time. Whoa Bill Phillips, who was at tbe liclra of the Indianapolis.'team, win- hy President E. G. Barrow, was adopted..-The schedule calls ior 140 games. On April 27, Toronto will open the- season at Ricllmonii, V'a., Buffalo wilt piny at Providence the following day, and on April 29, Montreal will be at Newark.and Rochester will play at Jersey City. The league's season will close September 18, but Hie lull list of playing dates will not be made public until next Friday. peunimt IllcCnffcry, S. E. Lrntcn to be the beat thing in its par team in Montreal; J. .J. Lannin Bos ticular class Broncho Billys Did .Rochester; J. J. riers of the Federal league last season, 'will :nianage the .-_.....- Newark, to city il lias been" ton, and Alviii Smith, Richmond trauaEerrcd. Phillips, who -during his [Va., ejected.as. a new board ol career as a manager" has wpn eight i directors, jenuants in various leagues in the NIGHTS DOORS OPEN a.oo Majestic Theatre MATINEE DOORS OPEN 2.00 B. E. LANG PRESENTS THE FAMOUS JUVENILE BOSTONIAN OPERA COMPANY FOUR NIGHTS COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, APKIL 21 Opening New York and Chicacjo Musical S-jCcs-S "THE ISLE OF SPICE" EVERY GIRL AN ARTIST EVERY ARTIST A GIRL Tango Maid" Introducing all the latest Society Dances including "The Fox "The Mentation "The Bear Hug" and "The Tango> Tease" Dodo" Saturday Afternoon and Evening the famous Musical Comedy V, You are invited to s'ay "Au Revoir" to all your old favorites, including Pataio J-Ienry, TUom Jiellen, Ina Mltcuell, Hill etc.. who are ED route for the Klondyke, j_. TIMELY PRICES WILL PREVAIL: 25c BARGAIN MATINEE: CHILDREN, BEST SEATS 10c your teita TOMORROW at the Medley Drug ..Store. STAHLAND The bill advertised .lor .Startand- to- night and Saturday, promises to be one of tlie most varied aqd intereating thai been produced In tbis home of features. There 'will be no Jess than .iyp two-reel features; namely. Flower of ft Sejig special which lias elicited much', favorable comment throughout tlie continent 'Three Men .Who an ,Jmp Ori- ental drama, abounding with thrilling mysteries and sensations; the .Unlver-. eal- by picture'.fans. Chicago St. Louis............................ 0 Fabcr, Daley and Sch'alk Hocn, past elevpri years, has 'high hopes of Dauss another 'successful year in his. new jlio'me.. j Joe Boehliog is counted uuon to 14 0 have n. great year box lor the .6 A Sena Having- rehearsed it all md Alexander. Qauingardniir, Agner.Leary FEDERAL Brooklyn j Newark Kansas City Uullalo Bt. 1. V. L. Pet. Baltimore ,800 .Ml ..600 GOO .350 1 .200 IJrooklyn 14 4 Newark LOO li 5 Billiard, Brandon anil llaridcJi Land and Buffalo Baltimore BBdcnt, Smith and Uhur winter .before a mirror, Joe now has "a balk motion u-hicli ranks with. Ihat of Ed AVaVan in his lia'iraiest days. With his usual amount of of tha ball, and his .-Injured Jinec' having mended- eotirely, BoehliriE should be a- sure winner tlijs .season. EMRRES3 "The Secret of .Dr. Munn's Sana- this 'week's enlscdo of "The i -llysicry.1-' oromises to MANAGER ASPIRES equal, if not to surpass tlio best of the 1 FOR .LIGHTWEIGHT CROWN (previous episodes, and. to. furnish en. 1 I ousb thrills to-hold attention through- Scotty Montleth, -manager orient.. .V Johnny Duntlee, wants to-nialeh his' After' the of Ziidors and man wRh. Fi'eddie 'iVolsh. He Is wii'i- i Howard frcra the spnhtofium, Madame Welsh the i.Dnval'. becomes more aniibus than Freddie wants Cor a "A" 2Q-ronnd -hput-. between, and Dundee 'rould draw close to OlJOj" says Montleth. know Dundee can, whip .Wfeleh la a' bout. Two years. asp he ton rounds In-New. It was six months before "Welsh" won tlie cham- pionship, and he was at his very besL. Chicago Jjfchson ami. seven tiv and -Mr. had th'e time "of his Iffp keeping on lits ever. to.accomplish, hor-purpose, espe- cial ly as Jim Balrfl has set o.ut. Ior has hardly departed, however, hefore Ztidpra and Howard Uisaiipear, and-after Q long and excillng Eearch, nre.. again found at tho'saiiatorni.n... ATcanwIille, ,Baird is followed to South Africa by Brnce, one o[ the couaiJlratoi-s obtains a very valuable diamond found in the niineg. This .Is'tnkcn hy Bairtl; their arrival in New Yprlc, Briic.e'. uianages i get iiosscssiob dis and-'ffeet-" (to a; appears. i GET BtUE ENVELOPE J Besides this, there .will-be li split- in. :i't' reel Winning Punch New'York, N.Y., April (and: "VVitlr the U.JS..Arniy at San TVan Kansas'City Planfc, Willelts MeCrfl'tv, of luo N'cw ycrS Ihc first part of which la sure JacJi Jolinaon and Willanl Introduced lo tlie crowd at Oriental (Ight wan Left to .Announcer Fred Jlccti, Jack Johneon, Jess Willard, Jack CurLoy, and If. D. Drown, toanaecr of thc rtxcc track :-XL- ,Yc the Chapinan .Johnson .'and Easterly." .the Etfe'ol be aniusHigi -l-'iflf his Jlpclieetcr Jgbod views of th -Gome Exeuce They Mrs. don't allow Huenlto, Falm- be amusing; while the.last.will good views of tho..greit exhibition In the Sage llruslf Coiidlry-'.ia a, Ucpart money-for clptJica. CrabBhaWrr-Is-'that the iirourni '.outin't ualf-drfiieed? 'liclder J'lcz alid Sb Williams; --First .-Baioman Third JiRHemari ortstop Boftlty, of 'more, than usual, interest, a'uU a comedy with: Billy the who made laughter famous, en- titled "Who KllVefl Simon Lu-Greu. a.; burlesque on Tom's ,Cahin, complete P. programme calculated to pleaise oven the most AT THE ORPHEUM Tlie Ijth at tbe popular today Is one of extra special merit. Ama.teur night, will be, the feature at- sharing honors with pur farm festival big acCd been secured, and .the. opportunity should -net be missed of 'seeing this Great array of local stage aspliants Last evening; two pairs oi ning pigeons were drawn from the farm festival.1 Wbat-wlli be tonight? Bring your coupons and seo ORPHEUM Vaudeville Amateur Night Toraght New LAZfO Colored Entertainers In a Sketch ALFRED DARBY True Sleight of Hand Per- former OF THE TBIBE Stirling Frontier Feature Farm Festival 8 PrijM.. Left. Including Pony 1ff_y6u can't in _ gold. There are ou'iy more days left" of the art! best competi- tion that ever, in the. city, we atlll hive tbe pony, young cow the sheep ductri nod cblckeua -.glve ___ __ the of pntertRiDsn lyhg have yet been j seen at the Orpheumi will be heard Iu I entlreli' nen- and catchr 'songs, ..par- 8O3TONIANS AT to the scarot> ol attractions Mi C P Walker ailed on the pop ular Juvenfle BoBtoniana'to conte Into fho Canadian uest The jumpfed from Helena Mont, to Saskatoon for the lut month it has plnMng to packed Offering tiro bins each The rompunj arrhes In ........_____. fewilt Current and Crtftk, and feature, of .the sure to. please after nlaving four nlghta and a Sat westerners. Other.-attraotions end urdny matinee Jor a week (he Empress orchestra--completa an it the Grand In ClUMnfr the. exceMont programing tmpire. two Half AT THE ORPHEUM Tbe Great Singing Venlnloqultt anl pure ilelgtit of hind Tommy AtkinB and then to Prince Ropart route for (heir secotul toqt through the iqondylie Thev trmrei u fir north Jnuneiu and the trip tuw In all twelve w eeka of which nine and truel three lislh- will EurelT turn out nell lot Ihli attraction ttto year n rtey Jor the famow "Wile tend an laelr ;