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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, Afkll, 20, M5 THE LET'I DAILY HERALD PAGE THREH Baseball Fans Hold Rousing Meeting A renl bftBaball mwtinj took the bftBtibal] cliamplonalilv of the tut nlffht i-i r.tf.-C.A. The will put new lite Into the compe- leagiiLTi were In'aeiflleE to The other teomi of the laigue orci.ilzatlon Tor the Knox, Y.S1.C.A. ahj board troom 'WH full af fins tod The Travelers Iftit nlghi jiioteri, and It wai probably the by E. J. Behl; North iQCQtluf ot bpMlull eathushitu bv JOK. Glllla; Knoi b> taken p'.ict here for some 'yo sirs SatiE, and the Y.M.C.A. by Harry Featurtu meet In r wore McrL'.yea, u'ts olectlans of B. B.'McCarty to the at the previous el In it of thu tlott of prudent; A. M. Murihall the executive were el- president, find the entrance of at that time. North. Lethbrldgp. team Into the committee on grounds wore uu- in the place of the Bankers, vho to report, but Jioue to be booked dropped Fridny, InaL, the Y.M.C. The presidentelect IB a The executive will deal fc'lth Hie man ot wide experience, and In deponit, Hdoilagloit Lo gamoa wlke eupcclally fltUd for the other Important matters Friday Sir.' McCarty will find n poptfar able aecond in Mr. 'Marshall. off the season with tho Mr. Mccarty or Mr. Mai-shall well balanced the present nt the meeting1, but spirit of tbe mectlhe, and It is there tonk the or aim ot the executive to see to it ing for Die tliibs adhere to the r-1ftn and North Lethhridse an a covral all the stars. ED. FA1RE CAME UP FROM BE- HIND IN LAST .1TAGE OF Call to Colors Breaks Up Cricket Clubs of the South Boston, April of Mont-, teal, n Cnimdiun, won the ItoBlon Marathon today. This the EECOIU time in ment pears Utui a Canailiai has won the marathon in this city Not so many years Tom JjOng- boat, the Canadinn Indian, got uway with the marathon here. Fnbre, a French-Canadian, whose first name ifi truly French, being Juard, -H-as not Ijy any means a dark lorsc. for he came second yeai n the marathon. Canada was well reprenenlcil in the rucc. Amons the Dominion entrants were Arthur Jam- eErai, ol llamillou, Oiil., :in Indian who won the annual Hamilton road -ace last fnfl, and Walter J. Dell, of Minimal, winner ol fourth prize In lest year's event Edward Martin- eau, Montreal c. L. Phillips. Ham- ilton, and 1'crey A. Wcycr, Toronto. Then; u-ere runners from nine Am- erican states, 75 cnlrants in Ml. The race was [or 25 miles, between Ashland and lloslon. COMES FROM I1E1IIM) Fibre's time was 2 hours 31 min- utes aiid -11 1-5 sei'omls, as against the record oi '1 hours, 21 minutes and iS seconds made }iy if .1 Kyati of New York, in 1912. Clitton j'. Hume was second, Sidney II. Hatch, nt tlie Illinois Athletic club Chicago third, and Hugh Hoiiolian, of the York- Athletic club, who set Ihc lace [or 23 milts, fourth j Padre came from behind in the final ages of the race. NATIONAL w. Philadelphia 4 .1 Cincinnati d Boston :i Nesv York a taburg..................... 3 Louis 2 Brooklyn i I'ct. Ml -BUT .1100 .400 Philadelphia............ 3 11 1 Nfw York............... o j Demaree and Kllllfcr: Tesrcau Fromine and Meyers, Smith. same: Boston.................. 7 02 Brooklyn 2 9 0 Strand anil Gowdy; Doll, Coombs and McCarthy. Afternoon Hrooli'iyri.............. 4 9 2 Boston................. 6 2 2 Smith, Appellton and Miller; Hiiti- iih aiid Gowdy. Three Keels of Intense Dramatic Interest THE SCAPEGOAT WILLIAM HENRY JONES' COURTSHIP WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY "MASKS and FACES" SAVE YOUR VOTES AND HELP YOUR FAVORITE WIN THE PONY Sh-h-h-h-hv U BALL I TO-NIGHT "What Could She Pittsb.urg............... 7 15 Chicago............... Sl-l 2 Ctuitlhener. ilm-mon and Selling; Stunriridfe, Adamu, Pierce and Brefl- St. Louis Salee -Moa and Clarke. 140 -1 8 -I and Snjder; bear AMERICAN While tho good old Vinglisli game of the inroadti made in their cricket is. nol lively to (loutish' in [ranks bj-'thc recruiting officers, Alberta this season as it; they Jiave sUll a plc-nteoiis supply St. Louis Buston has done in the couple oi year locally, MIC Hpprt will he followed UHual. That' is the indication. Macleod, and other- places with the club weiro wnnt play their matches, .have suffered deplsL-Jon in their cricJcet club rost- ers, due lo reeruitins, und the tivoh- abllifcy of these points being able iu muster a team iu not what you cricket talent left Lo form a repre- sentative team and will be open lo play matches, [irohably with Calgary and" iretficinc Hat, if. ihe indicatiqns t the .Brighton'Beach ram track eqine time durfns .the Bummftr tfilnet. ah oppo- mant picked by the that- Inilitet- on aipearini at .the the when tae nnpoijtien .known to bin. 125 or, 13-j pounder. He is. reckon- led good enough to give away weight! I Morns Sadowski it the .local J representative booked proTin- cial bouts. He is going to 'boi at the 105; His clpert clean- up ..of the bantam class in the tour- nament here .qualifies him for 'a trip to Edmonton. All these boys will be at the ioaiglit' training MANN ;CUP -CONTROVERSY Cue TWIRLEH TWO BROKE RIBS IN BATH Chicago, 111., April Lav- ender, one of the pitchers of the Chi- cago National league baeebaV. club, aent wcrd to the Baaeball park, where he .was to pitch against Plttilnirftos day that he had fallen against the bath tub in bin home, and had broken'two ribs. Manager Roger Breanalian 'Lar. ender became II] last night, ahd'wbile groping around in the dark bath rcom, stumbled and fe'.l againet tbe tub. It was said he would be .out of the game tor Bpme lime. COn.TS BEAT KELLAR New York, :N.y.; o[ 'Cleveland COWLEY POLO CLUI Tiie Swiih-A'-Urli Palo Hub at Coyley on Aaril 17 for .the election of (fflceri. F..S. of LiTingBtone t.iln, and H. Van Dunn, oauic'r the Union of eecratary. Playeri .tlirn'out fqf the I tint tint Ajirll :u I pmapects Vancouver.-B.C., Auril 19.-jAl the annual meeting or (he Paciftc Coast Amateur LacrosEc asaoclalion It was' h1 uuanlmouilv decided to wpuort the I ,v V.A.C. Mann CUD holders )n their Se i ut nor? fence or. tho trseiiy: The cup will bei pounda and Kellar 172J4 April defeated Terry In -a ten-ruund .rternbon.. Ccrta Brooklyn..................... (i Ohicaho.......................... 5 5 Pittsbui-B :l Kansas City................. 3 Baltimore 3 Hulialo 2 SL Louis 2 on Vi-cn anj better cultivated to conserve the moisture than in previous years. If the rainfall is not less than'last year there should be a fair crop if "con- ditions are normal it wilt a big crop, and if as favorable as 1909 it will he ji "bumper." TA11ER. Taber, April is a 20.pec emit, increase in acreage over last year in the Tabcr district. Miout 75 per cent, oi the crop area is 20 per cent, in oiU.s anil 4 per cent. I'd. in liarlcy. Verr little liny. The seecl- .857 ing is about h'ali over, anil the gcn- .71-1' era' ron'lit-iqns excellent. In the en- Talier district north to the Bow .500 and east to How Island there will .5001 be about ItiO.ODO acres in crop. .333----- BARONS U j liarons, April arc [acres in wheat in thiy STOP Tonight BULLY KEYSTONE COMEDY ___ And Five Other Reeli of Flrat Claaa Including tha War Weekly SONG BY MR. VAUDREY PETRIE LOOK AT THE PICTURES The Famoui Comedy Draml TOMORROW AND THURSDAY "The Man From Home" By Booth Tarklngton and Harry L. Wllion, featuring tht admirable artietc CHARLES Five Part Paramount Production. DUET BY and PETRIE. THE EMPRESS- _ ORCHESTRA EVERY EVENING LISTEN'- TO THE MUSIC Baltimore... Newark........; Bailey. Smith End Owen; Raride.n. Bfooitlyn.........'.-'......1013 0 DiltrVio............. 5 10 15 and Land; oerab, B. Smith and Allen, Blair. 3 H 0 Bt Louis............... 1 7 4 Connell and Fischer, Walson, Wil- Irtt; Herbert and. Ciandall, Hartley. Kansas Pitrshiirg............-.-. Packard and Easterly; Dickcou and Borry.' 4 ll 6 2 6. -0. never better The prosuccts ate for "a" vllla Las' evenlas the large big crop. audience rendered such appreciative applause as-bas never before been CAH.MANGAY eh. no any performer nt the 'Orphi Ciirnjangay, acrtage Today they will be seen in the same under crop "tins rear in the toaorrow they liave. an .entire gar ilistrict is about oE change.- Don't raise the .opportunity is in wheat, 6000 in oats heartae one of tns best-musical and 1500 in barley, the balance jn acts that has visited the city. The flax. The .increase in acreage is about other acts are equally gocii. 20. pci cent; 'There is no winter iit. About C5 per cent, of seccting is coinpieteri, and is proceeding under excellent .conditions. -AM. ASSOCIATION liwilanapoiia 6, Cplnmbiia 'I. Minneapolis 5, Kansas City 9. St, Paul 4, Milwaukee 0. SEEDING CONTINUED FRO3I FKO.N'T PjOE. AT THE EMPRESS Including a cracking good Keystone, there are five I'e.e's of rim-clan'abort ip I PoimSa. The-Cleveland-boy tcok the piayE wjth a Avir" Wral'lV'nf ukf. It by court I rcund. .and Wif'in proceeding. .Vwcpuver, Victoria iiid New WeBt-i m.hiter'.clubs will cornpeie for Ilia cb.impiejuiliipe fljriiln-thiH setson. Van- couver will onen the on May. IB tt Xc'ir Weitminater M. Oppenhcim. er of Vancouver wiis president H. cf 'Vancouver lecr'a- spring: acres -61 wheat, 8.SOO ll acres ol oati, 450 acr'es.ol barley, 100 f, GOES TO RICHMOND this "Bc.bl.y-s are 'i tiry-trwiuriuf: Ifwai'-ascldtd to aE-tlri leaeuc Jnit He'refuBed flllate with Ctnadlnn Amateur Ui- his contract this year. uwcfatfon. .acres ;0f acr.es "of tim- certain amount of atfcontioi) to a season's'iise, OUT shop is in cliargo of first clftss nic- 'and s equip- ped vcith modern -ma-. Lit in put tar in ehape MVK unrnMeeary runnlni ex- f kith M. TEN i New, York, N.V.. Aviril, The tournament of tile jtfpnal Dqwling afjEoclatiqn came to a 1 close late yeiterday, the follow- Ing lillei had been decided: Tbomaii.J. Scanuoll ol KBIT Vork Athletic' club, 1D35; an av- of !15 for nine earaM. Singles George Now York, 676.k, Walter JOB.' A: Sniltli, RulherJprd, M.-J.; 1238. Aiirahl Bowling club ew Tort, OtD COUNTRY .FOOTfJALl. j ..Following- are .addltionih pl'd'Cow try foothairgaine'e played' .Amalwir Cu.i Final Bishop Auckland-O, Clapton I. fc Ni. v- cb CAFIPETPAUL NOTICE The games the A.O.F.- Tenth street and S.O.E. wlnnen, w.'.l to played tomorrow night In the a. O.E.- '-Gomes will "commence -at All players sharp. Spec- o'clock iharp. queetefl to i-i'. It'pra cnrdially Inylteil. Merthem Lcaeui S.'inlon 11. Brbiiiilitpnril, Silferd 3. HUH si, wikwwd WMliw Helena 3. i. 16, .L'rtmley 'i. IONAL TO TRAVIL MJS93 MILES TlKvN'atiooal for the c.ubs to travel 8S.B93 The bhiba -.will 'cover, niqfeTniiieaee than llle eauteni.. iMsnfl." leads wl'tb .mjleE, and thb N'ew Vork Gfante iiare the least .tnin.i fo'r.ibV PiViiring on. tennis nnd: lou'r others, including .manaiier, U-aln- and tlilli. Elves si to- tal of players and liic league....: At n cent'n mile the. mlrilttiura HUrpad 'nilU-nrs chargi-, the. aurn'Up pi- ponded .liin clubi.-between April 1 and Oclbbfr j 7. amount .to and berihi will tit many tk.ra.andi to OOWLKV the roaaqn. 'Mr. Petrie 'wHl Hlng.'' and.in first could not appearance.. The gfnen the land is par excei COALDA1.E April There lie the love ;of a; country -lawyer lor.hia daughter'of 'a'Veal-hy Marni- er, while, tho jli'j; who abfORd to complete her education meets some of the ubbjlltv.; and much" AT STA'hLAND proved to be one of the .very best things ever seen fn tbJB city, was .screened at last nlgnt, when the three-reel--feature, "Could She Do was shown. de-. pictB the struggles of a.young lady.lpf bfrth and refinement, who, being left suddenly alone in the. woi'id .through the -suftden-. death of her lather; who dles-panallees after an unlucky spec- ulation, sets out to make ber o'wn way. A'rbniantie love etorj; runs through the and .the' interest.IB not. abated from the. start to the'finish. '.''A comedy of the refined order, with Sydney Drew playing the was thoroughly enjoyed :by air thoae who appreciate good clean comedy, without. the usiia'i slapstick: and the lORPHEUM Vaudeville and Fin-inFestival There are only five rnore.diyi left. Bring your eouponii and ace how lucky-you are. Dili Muii- cal DL'O. Tils beat ever, Voloed Tricking .the thrtllloe three part (eatun. Hazing the Bcreamincly funny, comedy. The Champeen comedy iburlesque Holrne'B. June. CHAMPION FILES SUIT FOR MOVIE' FIRM: eif Champiott Jeaa filed a auit Jo the day damages and tor accounting frum tbe Univeraal Him' thereby. 'She cdntemulHtes rriarrylne 'acres in wheat .here, 3000 acres im ic sba -of .Lord wao'.j's ____ ____. _..... ..-_ .i.eraly a fortune .hunter, the time- jiii oats, SOD barley1 j-Iy" arrival of the lawyer in'Itafy-eV the same.acreage -seeded last yeai., poEeB.ihe ichemera.', iplrlBu'e Ton-per .nl the.eenling is done: r-flBureiB collapse of the -fortiine The hnd.. splendid >hapo and hunter's and greatly helps, the AlfaUa fields are! lawyer, nvho -wins .the girl, nlmielf. coming along very' fast' with about a The 7play Is' huniorous "Hrtua- io'uiTir.eu gtpwili- lloni, .and. ia the bejit of "Sbmedy succesaeiif LAKB Grassy Lake, un- crop; acres-woulit be a Very .cpiiervatire estima'le, by: seed...siin- tilifOjaiiil was KroVn Mid lejcored from other iourc- acres will be nhdet v.beal, 1000 tinder oats, ley aiMl 3000 ol nal. It seaiori is acreage of ConiMRijile cprai vjfiU alsg. A will be" a duet by' .Messrs. FIcffljnj- .and P'etrie, the popular Lethbrliigo PRPHEUM uiu ujiini auu i-nc western drama.'Thc I The that on airthe sensation, that la neceiaary M'ry 8. Wlllurd an.agrer to nialte evervbbdy idnj ror the: with the defendant to I old'daya'of old. V. th. "llftsks land .adaptitloa much-read noral, _ Pony popularity'con- teitViitarted off n-Ith a ready, the coupe.Ut.Qn eroui caudidatet Verr keen, and very, warni' contest fqr. of the pony la'aeBured, ;l-; FAMOUS JUVENILE K3STONIAN8 MA-ls'fTIC, managemeht "thp 'MijMilc Theatre announce IB. the iiext atltrac. tipn, ihe Bpsr, tbnlans. world- famous' beeauie they are the only such orgacfkatloh that hu the Arctic Circle id the and are recosuliced.jiiji. the nibfct wJd elytra veiled" compaiy op cpmpflny have a very, tiroiigin- pertolre ItiJEj teaaon, Including such' A utrong.blflj will be presente hoiHe today. The, farrn" festival is. nearing a plqie- 'there lire i only well-known of pbrtq" and- liiem.Wleft'tiw) 'The complaint "tha tlqiitof.the igreenient and ifibrder defend his righln, the dcfpndlrjt T: mkde aa'ieB of the.fllina tbiconcema at Hc'utldius: prices, 'dlSTifi; thV.xyaiue theiv in of pleaBlng I city, ciimmenclng on Wsilnisiilay.neit, tnted'at the popular play- April '2i: "'The' Hfe left, 'Ineludlns: ih.'youni e cow, tlie, sheep .the puny. Who wlll these .wqrtby nHza nlsntii anil Saturday and different play-will be ted ti wlivpe oo.e at the Hadley, MCONP CABIN BATM TO WO. ALL. METAGAMA MI88ANABIE (Ntw) ..May 30 HITAOAMA (New) 3 'MlMANABIK 17 fjif ;