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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNKSDAY, APRU, 21, 1915 THE LETHdniDCE DAILY HERALD PACE That hour extra daylight will look good tn the sport loving Ira- tcrnltj- ol Lctlibridgt. Many a football game, many a baseball game and many other games have come 'to an unsatis- factory siding through the Inter- vention of darkness during llus Jattcr -hall of the summer season. That hour of extra daylight would look good at any period ol .the playing season lor that niatr tor. Games played in the evening al- ivays occasion a rush on the part of 'the players and spectators, and the events are robbed of a good deal or their vintage. To he able to sup iu time for the game and your leisure going to the scene o[ the contests he ol immense' advantage to sport, and all good citizens of Lcthhridge who are closely identi- fied with athletics would be pleas- rd lo see the hour of extra day- light come to pass. New Jess Wlllard appeared ill Ilio WMl- clicslor A.C. 0[ White Plains, Dut did not box his scheduled as there .was leas limn his J750 guarantee in Ilio house. Tlie management then put on several bouts between mediocre boxers, anil wliou Hie norforuiers and veferee went for their pay they found that Ilio club managers had all- scomled wllli the recc-llite. ff ff "HOUQH HOUSE" BURNS LOST TO ROY TEMPLE AT 'PEG St. Paul Boy Had Advantage Weight >nd Reich Winnipeg, Man., April Temple ot St. Paul outboied "Rough House" Burns of Vancouver, la a- ten. bout here, tonight, before a email crowd. Temple had an advan- tage of Tveljtit, rwob and height, and Van the dtverer. but the Cinadluu tha BRirefiBOT. and had much the tetter of the in-flihtlne. It was a case of i outpointed in n short bout, There WAS not much doubt with the crowd that had the bout been B. lonrer. ooe that Burns hare cot the dMlilcn. But In the short 10 Temple got In many more la.pt, though Ineffective, than bin op- ponent. The bout WRB fait and clean througlitut. CRICKET MEETING 1 TOMORROW NIQHT A central neetlBg of lie Lethbrlage Cricket n'.ub la called (or Tiursiv at 8.30 In the Alexandra Cafe, by kind permission at Mr Lee, manager. All those Interested In cricket ire requested to at- tend; aa the plans for the com- ing fiction 'will be dlHCUSsed, aDd ulr.hu set apart for prac- BASEBALL NATIONAL w. Philadelphia 5 Boslon'......................... '1 Chicago 4 PlUsburg :i York 2 St. Lours a Brooklvn...................... 1 Philadelphia Mew York.................. llayer and Killifcr Meyers. Brooklyn Boston 1'effcr, Itagan 3 Schaucl ret. 1.000 .UG7 .rni. .-120 I .333 .286 12 I o and 3 .1 and 0 3 7 3 Mc- MA IFQTIP FOUR NIGHTS nHlltOlIb STARTING NOTE THE PRICES 25c 35c 50c B. E. LANG PRESENTS THE JUVENILE BOSTONIANS 20-CLEVER GIRLS-20 OPENING BILL TONIGHT "THE ISLE OF SPICE" THURSDAY NIGHT "My Tango Maid" New York's Latest Dance Revue Friday Night and Saturday Matinee "KING DODO'r TTful Muilcal Succet SATURDAY NIGHT POPULAR 25c, 36c and 60c Bargain Matinee Saturday ADULTS CHILDREN iCo Seats Now Selling at Hedley Drug Co- Calty Luquc, and G'owdy. St. Louis 020 Cincinnati 2 11 0 Perdue and Siiyder; licnlon and Ciarlt. Piltsburg 8 13 3' Chicago 6 7 2 Madiiux and Gibson Cheney, Zab- hcl, McMillan, I'iercc and Uresnahau. 110 me 10 OUT SMFIT Detroit Boston Clc.olaiid N'ew York St. Louis Philadelphia .Chicago AMERICAN W. L. 2 2 3 3 3 3 5 'RED- WATSON GAVE WELSH STRENUOUS GO AT WIN- NEAPOLIS Vet. .71 .COO April 20. Freddie Welsh gained a populur decision over 11 Red'1 L'orueU U'atson at Hudson, IVis., toniglit in a 10-round bout. The eidici gave t'hc clover and sliiity y-IL champion tlic bout by a shade. son's aggressive tactics proved asur-' 500 prise. He sought a knockout against" HJC champion lightAveiijM, but was uriable'tu land his haymaker, Welsh .286 covering up and laughing. The Cali- fornian forced tlic .isi.liting in the uarly stages and [orcrd to as- 12 0 simi'late considerable punishment. He jj 2 gained two ot tbe earlier rounds and adjudged even. The last gieiter cleverness came into play.1 2 Welsh closud Watson's leit eye in one of the early rounds and the scrappy westerner (ought under that Welah'E fast work was a revelation to tight fans of the twin cities. The men hosed at catch weights and D. Tonight at A TWP REEL FEATURE MASKS iind FACES An Adaptation from "Peg Woffington" The Escape on The "LIMITED" REAL COMEDIES Netty iinrt Cheap Vacation SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT Mr. Stirling James THE EMINENT BARITONE VOCALIST A REAL SINGING TREAT! Washington 232 v Foster ;'Giiiiiu, [our and Aiiififtith. Sew York 2 Philadelphia 6 12 0 Warliofi and Su-eenef Shaivkcy and McAvoy. 6 11 1 Holihan of Milwaukee, refcrccd. Cicottn and .Schalk Dauss and Mc- 1C Kee. Cleveland 9 11 2 St. Louis 035 Morton and Kpan Perriman, Rem- nacs, Iloch and Agnew. MANAGER "BILL" CLYMER Formtr mannger of tho Buffalo In- tero.itioni.1 baiefbalL team, wtio IB now manager of the Toronto team in the oajne latgue. The pic- ture was taken at the Southern train log camp at Durham, N.C., where he IB preparing- the tetni tor the coming FEDERAL w. Brooklyn 6 Chicago 5 Pifctsburg Newark Kansas City BuHalo ffi'S CGI! MANDOT BEAT OROUILLARO Mempbis, Tenn., April Mandot of New Orleans was awarded decision over Patsy Dcoulltard of Windsor, Ont., at the end ot au eight round bout here tonight. The men ire lightiveights. Fielder Jones Criticises the Methods of Baseball Moguls BY FIELDER "JONES, I who have put their money into the Manager St. Louis Feds, Former Federal league were fans who loved jUaoBger Chicago White Sox and baseiball and who did not propose President NorttrwestMn League. seeing a lot oi nickel-grabbing, 'sclf- Tiah, unsportsmanlike people wieck Then Is nothing the matter -with gamer riljn reputation and game is batter than it then 8et ollt o[ it with a tuw millioi ever haa been; the playelt are hjgaer doiijjB ,eacll_ But they have not ruined hasehall. They have injured it. as a business and it will be a long time recovering from the effects of their, rule. The game a bit. No oth- tio'cr i" world could have ci- has igted under. the control of such peo- class, quite as skiliiU, and there are more really good.' ball playeTs than there BTM has CLUB OWNERS TOO trouWt with baseball -is that the greed; tbe. selfishness and of the owners people. BaKbeU Is honest, Hud tbere is a big portion ol the public tbat has come to sus- pect it. The business methods of tKc owners hive created discontent, sus- picion ud disgust among the patrons St. Loula Baltimore Brooklyn Buffalo" Pet. AT THE ORPHEUM Four mojc days of the Farm Festival. Last evening Sergeant Bill Smart was the winner OL the Or- pheum lamb which he is going to keep as the mascot ol the regiment when he sails for Europe. Bring your coupon tickets, probably you will be the lucky winner of the pony.or in gold. The young cow is still here, ftlso two other, worthy' prizes. Dal? Entrup, the comedy musical duo, and will he seen in an entirely new act. ibout Miss B. Partello, the silver voiced won vocalist, will also he heard in cntire- 6 11 London, April. city suburban, handicap of .625 one mile and a quarter, was ______, .....___... 57! today at Bpiom by the top weight, ly-new songs. Today the [ourth epi- 556 Jl 9' Joel's ycar brown s'otie of Geo. Randolph Cheater's won- '429 colt, .Black Jester, by Polyraelus-Ab- tlcrlul serial "Runaway June" will "3-5 surdity, carrying nine stone and be shown. starting at 11 to -1. Lord D'Aber- "339 ion's live year old colt Diadumenos, ._ ST.RLANQ seven stone .twelve pounds, 100 to 7, i w 5- vu.HBond, and, J. Buchanan's [our n.Si ,d- fering aomethmE out or the ordinary In Mr. Stirling James, baritone vocalist, -who Lantte and Land Schultz and Al- X lot 6i public money'was len. St. Louis J er 1 twelve: pounds, 100'to 3 was third th.f, i-t ___' will, make on the I winner and the result was received o Ienet7 'Em' FruitltinrtR 'rre3s Tncntre, CoJgary; the Victoria r (uiLidnass m_n._. his first appearance to- night In a retertolre of classical and pcpu'iar songs. Mr. James has o VAUDEVILLE OF QUALITY R P H E PHOTO PLAYS DE LUXE ORPHEUM LAMB TO BE USED AS MASCOT BY BATTERY BOYS I That the Orpheum Lamb, which waa drawn from the Farm Festival last evening, will see some of Europe, IB the intention of SERGT. BILL SMART, who was the winner of thia worthy prize. The Lamb will be the Battery boys' Mascot when they aall for Europe. There are only Four More Dayi left of the Festival and we still have the Pony and Young Cow. BRING YOUR COUPONS AND SEE HOW LUCKY YOU ARE. Entire Change Today Dale and Entrup, Comedy Muel- Miss B. Partello, Silver Voiced cal Dug in Entirely New Act Voenllet FOURTH EPISODE OF 6EO. RANDOLPH CHESTER'S WON- DERFUL SERIAL STORY RUNAWAY JUNE THE ACME OF PICTURE PERFECTION Charlie's Smoker, a Screaming Willie Walrui and Awful .Comedy featuring Charlie Do Confession, m side splitting Jok- Forrcst er Comedy A Twentieth Century Pirate A Beautiful Victor Drama fojturlng J. Warren Kerrigan 8 5 3 Holycrates, Woodivild, Brennan, Brown and Fisher Groom St. SSieamer Canrlytult and Sir Eager, Florist, Ci- Kansas City 3 Pittsburg............................... 1 Main and Easterly 1 Camnitz Berry. iHon gar and Jaruac II. 5 0. 7 0 and. COAST AM. ASSOCIATION Louisville 3, Cleveland 5. Indianapolis 8, Columbus 7. Uinneartolis 1, Kansas City 0. St. Paul 11, Milwaukee 6. PRODUCES ONE MORE PLAYER One more player has been contrib- uted to the big leagues by the Pacific Const In the person of Pete Stand- ridge, -who hns pitched hlmeelC into a steady Job with the Cuba. Stanridge was christened A'ifred at an early age, but.hifl parents did not read the future Correctly, or they would not have Df- ffxed that handle to a professional hall player. He had not been in the Theatre, Wmnfneg, and lovers of real singing will be wise to take tlie oppor- tunity of hearing Something good. Tlie star feature ot the pictures will be "Maakg and Faces" a tvo-reel ad- aptation from Reade's famous uovel, "Peg Wofffngton." This picLure ahftiiTida with emotional acting, excel- lent reaJistic scenic ef- fects and a spectacuiar duel "with swords, in which experts with that particular weapon are seen at their best. i "The Escape From the another of "The Hazards of Helen" series, and two comedies "Mllly and fame fifteen minutes before his and "A Cheap Vacation" will Buhetituted the less euphonious but ccmplete one of the strongest MATCH mm TrundlBTB From Comt to Ceaat to to Engage'in Telegraphic Tlit- more appropriate "Pete." A BACKACHE burning, highly colored sure signs of weak or infiammed Kidneys.. Gin Fills cure all Kidney and Bladder Troubles. J2.50. all dealers. Kg They; have done almost averjr- cdiild to rliiE it is CAKN'OT KILL BA61EBALL EN- TIRELY will- happen it' these fellows keep control is a 'question. :I don't Now York, April [torn all the United and Can-i ada hcvc created intetnaMonal intcr-j in their work on; the. alleys dur- ing the Chicago and New York tpur- naments during the last alx weeks and they will continue their strug- gles Tor supremacy ou the alleys at tour- N'ext Hostou iu the Atlantic'Coast ney up to the middle-of May. 7-7 iiocp COQLLUI is a 1 uoa L "CJ "K LH- who .have ,auiported the..game loyally i thinli they can kill-baseball. Mayne .Saturday, however, the members ol lor yean. they J. can' as a business, but if they to b.s.b.11 to to. lyge on" i some h.bitAThe method; of The minor leagues have bnn made bf. "fall rllVa" hv ftiB mninrc nnll 61 the miinates have cured ao many i fans ot the habit that .the burineu bas suffered and perhaps will sutler. wore.. The fellows who are chiefly to ijlarne for. the conditions now erlat- them. iuvaii hv tll. a terrible anj among I do not think tlmt there will be the leading athletic clubs IL'OIK Maine to California will be particularly in- terested in the annual "ocean to ocean" telegraphic bowling contests which will be rolled sitnultawously east and west for the Col. Robert E.: Thompson trophy. This prize is to become the property of the club .win- M much to do with it as a windmill JIM with i cyclone. r________ ___...... Federal letjue was created as the part of-those who run protest agataft the verr thinji baseball, backed bv the national ccm- tbal'.were.ruining thi> game. The roeo mipisloa which they control 'dozen minor leagues the aniiual competition twice, -iccesiarily in succession. Two ago, the initial contest was the Illinois A.C. ol year the Cleveland A.C. of result ol' solfishncrs, Cleveland, 0., took the honors. .The policies and unfairness on consists ot three games ol ten Irames, for-'teams of five "men each... The Pacific coast time of 7'o'clock p. m. -will find the western clubs in action, the Rocky Mountain and Cen- tral teams being on their alleys at 8 anil 9 o'clock respectively and the Eastern teams at 10 o'clock. The scores at the end of eich five frames will be telegraphed from all over tho wide circuit to the committee at the Metr York Athletic club, where the result be announced at.an-early .bout, .Suodsy, Aptil 25. Only NMde Vome Bralni Ad flrolgul picta hit kid brother the future lightweight chamulon at the world. If Ad co-uM lend him bis brnhis, ar the brother could lend Ad pair of hauda, back ellker COB Will buy you Guaranteed Ptcyclt, .Made In Canada. Coaater ..bralce, Roller Chain, Mudguards, Mail .order houses cannot match tills Blke'Jn quality or, price. Come and ces MAC before you your money out of town, THE INDIAN The World'j Prlcei from D. E. MacDwald INDIAN MOTOCVCLE AGENT. Phone'1032 Street of the reason. MEET ME AT THE SLMPRESd ICc Tonight and Tomorrow JES6E L. LA3KY prelenta the admirable Artllte Chas. Kicliniiin In the Famoui Comedy THE MAN" FROM HOME By Booth Tarkington and Harry L. Paramount Picture, in Five Parti The Joke, on Yellentown A Weaterh Comedy DUET. BY MESSRS. FLEMING AND PETRIE "THE PERFECT DAY" THE EMPRESS ORCHESTRA 9 I' f. BOSTONIAPiS TONIGHT "The Isle of in v, the1 BcstODiauE open their gEgdinc.it a1, tie LiiLijestic Theatre) tonight, is the same.splendid musical' comedy tbat broke all records for long 'he same hotel, and tries to. revenue Empress Orchestra, comptew a rune at the Whitney Theatre, Chi- Kimselt on I-lawcastb i--. stealing.liis gram, not to he excelled. cago, and this Is the first season tha. wile. Pite [-re-vents, v! e ce, but bis It has ever been .presentei at IBBB prescmo en-s the pla s ui the" Haw- than two-dollar prices. No expense castle s, who dcuart, leaving tlic TOHONTO'S TAX BATE r. has'been.spared in mounting this pro- .Mn. to Pilsc. Toronto, Ont., AprilI 20.-The. boajd diction and it is claimed that the "Tho Joke Oh Yellentown." a first ol costml tills morning pawed a 22, scehhy eflecta and costumes used by class western comedy, with" a duet by mill tnx, plus one millwar tai. mak-. the Bostottians are If sup- Messrs. Fleming and Petrie, the pop- lag total of 23 mills. This must; erior to those used" the orleinal "lar local vocalists, and music by the now pass the couMil. f.; company. This piece Is a most happy ielection tor the present Bostonian lr- eanizatlon, as every member of the cast has a part that fits her perfectly. This, season's roster includes Patsie Henry, Dixie White, Thorn Hellen, Ina Mitchell, Doris Canfield and BUlce O'Neii.-an'oC whom are well and fav- orabty known here. PARAMOUNT PICTURES AT THE EMPRESS "The Man From. a picture .rsion of one of the most success.ul comed.es, is the story of a rural ro- mance which is transferred to the shores oi the Mediterranean. Pike, a country lawyer, is in love with Ethel Simpson, the daughter of a very wealthy farmer, and is ap- pointed her guardian at the death of her lathet. Previous to this however, Ethel and- 'her brother were sent -abroad to complete 'stud- ies. and meet Lord Hawcastic and his sou, St. Aubyn, at Sorrento, i where they went from Russia. Haw- castle had met a government clerv, :IvaoofI, while in and, detect- I ing him stealing government money 'and giving it to the revolutionists, turns 'him over -to the. minorities, and floprt with his Vile. The castle's 'and, St. byn being atfrarteil bv the and Ethel by the- title, they decids to marry, Ethel wri ting Pike Arriving in Pifec meets Graiij Vnsili, whose automobile broken and .helps him into town. lyanoff, who has escaped frejaj Siberia, diaaccs to Iind his 'way Scenes from the big Paramount Ptcinrti lit the toMCht, "Tta 41 Pronv f ;