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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. APElt M, 1MB THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACE THREE' IKHIDEATHLHICS Baseball Cub Lines Up for Action in City League North Lctfibridge an a contender fo: city league.bMebkirhonqrt will great. ftdd tb public In Uie con ten la. The KoptJ 'ere procrastinate terost ._ In deciding-to eEtar'tlie' league, but iiow. that they ''nave pledged them selves as one of'the four clubs, the> are not letting mois grow under their Wednesday evening the club called a meeting'of NOriti'LethbrldEe base In the'Kihg'ii Hotel, and the response.to. the appeal for a gathering of the wag exceedingly gratify- ing. Officers arid pafroDB were .elect- ed and much business of vital Import- ance affecting thVclub's welfare was accomplished. The following were elected patrons: McCaffrey, O.E. BKicey, T.A. Un derwocd, H. Kennedy, A: Patterson, R. TV. 'Tjbng, T." Williamson, J, Hyslqp, J. M. Pllchak, C. Marinaro, M. Foley, J. Scott, J. ailmore, A. H. H. Dleseth, E' Molt, A.I John ston, 1B. Morden and Wml Morris. The following are the officers: Pre- tlitnt.G. F. Bletcherj vince-presldent, Robert Baldry; leereUrT-ireasurer, F. A: Hugluon; manager, L. O. Green. -These'.with Mr! '9. Monroe, form the executive cpmniittee. Financial committee T. Turesotte, C. Gllles, F. A.Hulhson and I. BtaffonJ. The team will start practke Imme- diately and enter this oeoteat for the pennant with of ultimate Tictory.' TONIOHT there will ie at the. City BaiebaVl league tonight in the parlon or'tbe Y.M.C.A. at 8-p'clock. (OonwiW bj Tom ENGLISH LEAGUE-DIVISION I. W. L. C. P. Brerton It U Oldbam A...................... 16 71143 SIiMfiester C. IB 9 13 43 Sheffield Weil....................15 9 12 43 Blackburn 17 18 -7 41 Efficiency Tests Tomorrow Afternoon at the Y.M.C.A. On Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock the finish o[ the Canadian Boys' Effi- ciency tests, under the auepiceV-.of 'the Suuday school Athletic, will take place in front of.the YjM.O.A. building. In the throwing group there are iwo outdoor events: throwing f6r distance which the boy, making his throw with a regulation baseball, starts at Ihe beck line and rune to the start- Ins line, which Is fifteen foet from the BASEBALL NATIONAL w. Philadelphia Cincinnati........... Boston Plt-tsbLirg SI. I.ouis Brooklyn New York L. Pot. 1.600 .887 .'Ml) .500 .500 .333 .250 KIND'S PttlERSIRK Chicago -5 ii 2 St. Lculs .9 10 1 Vaughn, Stanrldge and Dreanahaa; Meadows, Doak and Snyder. Cincinnati 2 5" 2 I'ltUburg 8 9 0 Douglas, Clark and Adams, Brown, Dale itnd .Gibson. f boaton 4 7 4 PhllRdelphln 8-9 3 HeBB and Gowdy; Alexander and Klllifer. Brooklyn 4 8 G 10 Marquerd, RHler and Meyen; Ruck- or, Dell and Miller. AMERICAN It Is a aad counts "i? a J IVtaj: Each boy. Is allowed time g trials in turn and the. Best Uiro'w'ls Boaton recorded. The measure. Is taken from back line. If he f pea over the .start- j line, the starting line to the 'nearest mirk on the ground. The other event IE throwing at target. A line is drawn 60 feet from the target and the thrower shall stand behind this line 'when lie throws 'the ball, which Is a regulation baseball covered ,wlth chalk. Each contestant is allowed ten throws. Iln. the. running group, the sprints, in order to avoid the variation In In- door tracks, must be .run outdoors. T.he distances are 50 yards, to be run oft In 73-5 10S-5 SKI. sees.; the 75 yards dliil the 100 yards 13 M sees. The boye who competed ID'the Indoor evehtn Saturday urged to turn' out on Saturday aid complete their group tMts. LEAGUE WIN SEAM NEXT YEAR Cleveland New York.................... St. Louis..................... Chicago 3 Philadelphia 2 St. Louis.............. Chicago .778 .625 .571 .556 .500 .333 .333 .250 S 0 0 "VVellthan, Loude.rmilk and Agncw; Fuber and Schslk. Washington---- New York..... Shaw and Sweeney. Detroit............... 5 Cleveland 3 Dubuc 'and Baker; Mitchell, man and O'Neil. 13 0 -I 2 Henry; McHalc and KCK> ICLTEO, RAN INTO FENCt AND HAD TO BE DE- STROYED Toronto, April 22. I'lcuarationb (ot racing lit Woodliiuc track con- tinue. The truck was in excellent con- dition yesterday, uutl some of the trainers sent their charges along lasl- er than at any.oliier time this sea- son. An unfortunate accident hciell Chas. Lavender's two-year-old colt, Kaso, liy K els ton-Sou. Ki'so was be- ing worked at the outside of the truck and to bolt through the entrance tu tin: course. He ran into thii fence and was very budly in- jured, it being necessary to destroy him. The exercise hoy sustained broken arm, in aUUi'.ioii to a severe shaking up. The -DaVles horses were all sent along at' a good rate. Southern Maid went a halt in 3-j. Jlavim Belle and Recoil worker! together, going a half in''.52 and finishing out six fur- longs in 3.21 2-5, pulled up. Knight's Differ anil 1'errual wore sent the distance in 1.22. The tbreo Daries youngsters, Hock Ore, Sight and ISarly Peep, stepped a'quarter in .213-5. WASHINGTON LEADER SAYS JOHNSON ALONE IS Philadelphia 6 Boston Wyckoff, Shawkey, and McAvoy; Store, Comstock and Cady. FEDERAL Newark......................... 7 Chicago 5 Patrick, the Van-IPiHiburg 5 oouver hockey magnate and president -fltool.'lyn G uf the Pacific 'Hockev Mcague, .Buftalo 5 who .is-in-the city, .is authority for Kansas City................. 3 utatsment that Seattle will posi-'St. Louis 3 y be a member ol. tie big prods-1 Baltimore'..................... 3 .G3G .625 .633 .500 .3.75 circuit next seaaon. The league.DOW is composed of Van cwiver, Victoria and Portland, and the'inclusion of Seattle .wilt rouni illt 'a strong four-rJaarn circuit am naure plenty of competition. Proles atonal hoctt? a' big 'hit in Portland during the past season, and 11 f.ns down there an'alre.'dj' doping Bradfoid City............... 18 8 It 40 olit thsir hflvin Burnliy Siinderlwd....... W. Bronnvick flradfoid 'AttinVilla'.-... 17 IS 'IT 15 14 10 11 "3D H It 15 15 6 40 5 9 S7 36 out. thftlr chances-of'having a winnei neit year. Ice skating also has prov. en a popular pastime. "We.planned-to-start up here last says'Patrick, ".and had the Ghelsea t 13 12 30 Bolton W: U 18 7 49 -U. i Couaty Mancheiter Berb'f -.County 11 ii 11 .c.Seattle-proposition all lined up ant 13 15 9 3- "P the contract 11 15. 11 the'rink, when the war brolie-oul and I had to return to Vancouver. the required'capital-is how and this city, will cer- tainly be in our league nex't Patrick says that one oi the -hand, sommt rinks in the. country will be elected here. The support that -Port- land, gave to the game assured the 'of the venture, Patrick be- liwis. i 16 10 31 B 17 11 27 7 It 13 26 7.17 12 2s II. 7 51 W I :BaTniley- Uolietb Arwtwl 'at 7 i H 1 '41 Hudaersfcli Clapton; Orient Bl iS.tockport Burr Bi'ietol Citr UeKa CitV UpCTln Glty GriiiisbT .Towii Leicester Po. 11 Ii 11 12 IS .'15'H H 12 IS II .11-11 It 11 H-H. H ii' It II ii H 17 5 41 5 41 7 41 7 U I H -I..31 55; I 31 I 31 s at 34 4 SS e 3i I H WINNIPEG CUUi OPENC SEASON IN THE COURTS First Gun Hal Fired in Pulferd'a Injunction vs.'Northern League ap- an Injunction to restrain of the Northern Baseball leagui frein playing irlHjln mllei the eltr. whioh territory is cIniLoei by A Blackburn, John En. inger and Oswald Montgomery, ot the n i., m their I 18 It ai'leicjuslye.rninchise, was heard before II. II i M'Juilite at the court of King's 8 .273 070 -1LIAIU 3 6 0 Smith, Conley. and-Owen; Uedient and Blair.. Buffalo Brooklyn................ o 2 2 Newark...... 3 3 3 Wilson, Watson and Land; Morla and Rarlden. tans lioast of tlie greatest slabhist of all times Perry Johnson, the Coflc-y- ville thunderbolt. Manage i1 Griffith joes BVBU further than" this. He claims that the best- equipped pitching sta.lt in liaseball, and says that bis kids, as he calls them, are going to demonstrate to other teams that such jB-the-case. Have you ever stopped lo consider what the Nationals' pitchers would would bring if put under the ham- mer 7 Furthermore, liavc you ever giverf it a thought as to the price these thirteen slanbists cost, the Washington baseball club. If you haven't, then you will be interested to note the following Manager Griffith has set.a price on Walter. Johnson. "If I were to put Johnson on sale, he would bring at least said Grifi. "Ayers ITAKLAN: TONIOHT BEST PROGRAM EVER A THREE REEL FEATURE THE LAW OF THE RANGE Universal Weekly With AM The Litest WAR COMEDY Bill's New Pal A Laugh GatUr A TWO BEEL FEATURE "IN THE LATIN QUARTER" SOM'ETHINQ UNUSUAL SPECIAL MATINEE ON SATURDAY DOUBLE VOTES WILL BE GIVEN AT MATINEE MK. STIRLING JAMES, BARITONE XVI 3 V I, I worth S20.000 Dent- AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland 7, Louisville 8. Indianapolis S. Columbus 4 St. Paul 8, Milwaukee 12. NORTHWESTERN Vancpuyer 8, Victoria 9. SDokane 10, Aberdeen 1. Seattle 4, Tacoma 3. EDDIE DURNAN TO MEET HAONEV Australian Sculler Aaka Per a Match In Terante Thle Toronto 6nt, April Dur- nan of this oily, professional Bculllai champion of the United Stain ani received a yesterday rom Frank Haguey Aui rajia, who Is' now In'New York, aik UK for a, match here this aeuon. Tom Flanagan aiao received a similar com mnicatlon In connection w.'ts the pro. Hagney claims -to hive .plenty 01 >acking, and Oilman replied last night hat he was willing to meet.tbe Aui radian here upon- any reasonable terms. Durnan's LV. vz vurrun BC-UIQ. courtor Kings terms. Humana Interests are beinj I 24 IB j bench, but the hearing was adjourn-: looked after by jimmy Hlce of -New Watiord SCUTHBn.N LEABUK t jiven. (Tortt, the former -Toronto oarsman The proceedings consisted of the 21 8 8 of affWiVlta and Beedinc i 20 10 7 the jndle our Cardld cilr 21 12 1 4i I ;kj .aiujieptinr th.t the West Ham United II 11 g i4 Willwall ........-16 10 ID 41 11 41 15 111 Portsmouth Southamptca EieliBt City........'......... Brighton Qgcenjs Park >acree to make "motion for early declilon b> trial, ana -that John Bnrmeiker; H.; C. Webb and other helden of Northern leacue franchlMs, .16 U j 41 jBhenM be called H 5 si! ..15 14 g SliAUTO MEET 'TO 7 871 11 is 12 at City ......I....'-... CrjstaJ Palawi Bristol Roteri I Cejmmmi 13 16 8 34 '11 13 It 14 ia 19 21 1-31 i ao i-j7 JO I 13 8 M SCOTTISH LEAGUE Celtic Hcarti. 30 Morton Ayr UerUd Ftrtiek Tkkrtle ITalUrk Hamllto. A. 4 .It 4 7 II 17 1 7 II 11 11 441 .HELD AT U- W; outJoBe' by places like x New.. York, Cilcato and other Importest ceatree pa r ertcan continent, IL____ Co bar, aa aiitonieMIe lipw, at the local demenitrate of the cere they can ianqV eltr antOMoeOe dMlers handle Between dif- ferent aiakee of and each Ii ta arrange fer a gen- dtoBlty ot Ike, Tajrlaui nunfectund by the they rex-Meet, 10 that, apartf .'riea1 outalde final, a Teri at- Blkenleeji Dmibutoi W.14 U 15 15 11 1 1-7 I 41 I II eureaV T M II U 11 U U I M t ....11-11 -I 14 S II 11 II 11 CmOKET TOMORBOW TL'RNOON AF- MoUMnll, LetkernUe Crfeket ctab 4 HI open lu KMen tftemenn, wltk 4 pnetlee fMH. ..J i who ie now coaching the Columbia university crews. WRESTLED FOR fBOO BET .Montreal, Que., April Tremblay threw J. B. the iightwKsht chaiinian wrestler, twice in succession In: a con- the Canadian Athletic olub at aahmer park. The tint fall wan obtained In one minute witn a crotci and further arm hold and the second in BI5i mloutei by a. hannieilock. The contest was laid to have iieen fer a >Me bet of JEOO. JOHNSON'S CATCHER IN JAIL Waakiiujtoii, D.C. A.ril Alnamlth. premier catcher of the Washington Aiierlcan league baee- ball team; was lentwoced (o 50 dcya Ip the worthouse, .without the option et, a fine. In Mice court con- viction of an aaeailt avon a street car motoman. Joe Bnf el. a pitcher, win d'IIO for seult. Aiipee.li were CHALLENGE FOR MANN cui> WITHDRAWN Btmaipton, Out, fire mfeelng.rroealMt year's acrveee leu, two it treat, a third ud othera for petipMl, rejiilni to play, ke eieeuttre aad nlarera.of Ihe Ki- eetaler LcenMe etak kaTe decided to withdrew tti' (TkHlii.jB for the HIM A MMv ulU kUd llochling, Harptr, Engel, Gal- lia; J5000 Hopper, 53000, and prob- ably more, -to'.sayl nbihiiig-ol my jr promlBing yo.uiigsters who would' bring a-goodly 'sum'." Despite' the iact that-Griffith-has nameli these I iglirea, Ije says that he would not sell them for this price. Summing it up, it is about a MAJESTIC II THE POPULAR SHOW II AT PflPUHB PRICES B, E. LANG PRESENTS THE FAMOUS JUVENILE INIMITABLE! SUNNY JORDAN "The Girl with the with the Juvenile Bostonians at the Majestic todny and tomorrow ;HILD AVERTS LYNCHING OF FATHER Po'sftivciy or-.c of the most thiilling ind realistic spectacular leaturc pic- ures will be shown at Starlanil to- night, when "The Law oi the Range" 000 cost less than a three reel 101 'Bison1 production any staff in baseball- Johnson cost DC scfeeneii. This three reel senr railroad, lare. Think of that.. sation -s replete with ,amazing Sb.aw .was-a gut, ;havmg been signed while a member of .the Pittsbnrg.Col- sides of life among the stern ranch- fegians. Bentler was a green country'men of the southern states. The.iuci- lad and reported Ibr a trial. Boehling i derils when the tiny the was'with'thc Richmond Battle Axe Jviicnimj nl-hcr t.ne. shooting j team. Hc'pitched'a game in Washing- ton, 'and made 5'ieh a Favorable im- of the notorious cattle king, and the I pruiion that Griffith secured his.ser- court rooni all events outj the ordin'ary run ol film scenarios. ilt Another, feature of an'.unusual and' entirely different character, also be screened. This -feature, entitled "In the Latin comprises two Jfary'a College when he signed his contract, while Harper was picked UP "oft" the sanil lots at 1-Iackensack. N. J.Thormahlen, Clarke, Rusael and. of intense dramatic intereat, vlho stirring every..ounce oi Bentiment and _. thejromance in. human nature. ,Depicting life in its entire true light among the make gooa-ajd further increase ol stan- -T r f me in us entire-vtue tignt auiuua UPC ?nd_models of the Latin qu.r- TONIGHT AND TOMOBROW MATINEE RAYMOND HITCHCOCK'S GREATEST SUCCESS "KING DODO" NOTE Special Bargain Matinee Saturday, 3 o'clock ADULT3 26c; CHILDREN TH'E KIDDlii CCME SATURDAY NIGHT Farewell Performance, Delightful Operetta Night 35c, tenta New at Hadjty Drug CD. MEET ME AT THE TONIGHT THE MYSTERr EPISODE OF THE MIS8INO MILLION RECREATION and THE YOSEMITE A SPLIT REEL KEYSTONE THE BABY'S RIDE OLD JACKSON'S GIR3D A RANCHING IN TWO PABT8 SPECIAL TONIGHT! THE JOHNSTON TRIO The Premier tana and GrMlMt Child Act Ey.r In THE EMPRtM ed V.iighan and Walter, and Bohemian .community. This west by fis considered' by t-ht they have "THE' MIMING MILLION AT THE EMPREM The feature toalgit will ,ne episode o( "The Weala[ of the JlO.ftOO.OOfl MTitety. Ufhaj-aad Walter, and v'tu OM ,o( awl hat -it was a J1200 transaction, pieces with them, and their return just bought from the Richmond A Universal Weekly witli all the! HnVe. to. rescue Zudora from :'oth' itf and Balrd, lively Mine with 1E6K -tnf Ayets i, ,j jverVtAelt'wVr'new.s i tne t-hosr. inimitatile Billy Ritchie come- promises to have m traded for Hopper, ...and J1300idies....... spent in sccurinr, :Lpng. There- ore it'will be seen, that'the pitching BOSTONIANS ARE BETTER THAN EVER horse justice "-iii- ]termingled.. The Keystone is Hiirn'to Caff .of the Washington, baseball, club but and you could not tuy.pne who was on-last year's team or this amount. SPEAKER IS HARDEST MAN TO PITCH TO IN AMERICAN .BALL LEAGUE According to Bill Steen of the Naps, Trll Speaker cf the Boston Red Sox B the bardeBt batter; in-the league to Itch, to, regardless .of .the fact that Domle Biiish of Detrplt 'draws more passes than any player In' rid Ion the strength of Ws baaes. "on aMr r'eilprd, Is regarded, m the tpugh- eilL .blri In' to'e'busfneBfl. for o .ir'prik on: wsn't strike, at a ball on he'.tfiijde (nil he slain's balls on tlie the. He hits 'em when they, are .-IM sooner pltch-'to Crawford, olllns and.pqbb and Biker any day Ian 'to :siys. Steen. ;other Tbis episode action and excitement than shown. .Jackspn'i .is another picture with plenty of a story of the ranching country, with BEST EQUIPPED RCPAIRINO f IN THE CITY MODERATE PRICES OUICK AND RELIABLE MM For aed Delivered (e Any Part the City frank Miles :l11.4ih AyMwi Seulh What is that turmoil at' the back ._ of the .house Hose (Patsie) Henry ainuse, with an educational feature in breaking in on" tlie scene in the mid- j The Yosehiite: die of the. second act of "The'Tango.! eitra at..the Majestic theatre special attraction will be Celebrated Johnston --Trio -.01' child artists, in d.ane'ci managemnhtV r nisiit. I'ats'ie, as Mr. Hamniersley, Dutchman and manager oi the; Tivpli company, niaile-this startling and un-j announcing_______ ique .entrance: in-Hie kiUltiigj bMh made .vitb'.ibe }'icr her way through the interposing batr. tery of strutting, down the. mount ntre oi thr stage, .where in Monday, and Tuesday, with WnyEr of the blundering Dutch- in '.'Mrs'; iS'SBackj; .-anil ic remained the point of'at- Ed." Abeles in Monty" "lor Wdoraday and ThiirjB'iy: aisle, mounting the platEorm and tak- ing, the the of.thi man rsmain traction.'throuiiiiout the play! While .the -Bostonians' efforts were centered uiuuiici the. 'in imitp.ble, -Palsio Henjy, others oi the..coni- pany'.whq vied' with .Patsy, [or. the' honor pf phasing the people, and they: were' -1 weakly: This prpgfam'wfllihegin ORPHEUM Vaueevlite end Amateur U( ot Tffl irta- ihv TWT er HO or the Yennai J Cow? Brine 7001 Th. Brand of three part Weaterner, Aunty's A aeramuic, :come4y-. dra.ua. Her Blrthlay A grip- Bint drama ot Intense Inter- est. Dale and Tbe comedy mualca-1 duo, .ia an .entirely Beth Sllrer .Voloed ORPHEUM _ pixie their mistake1. .White, in :tjie character ol "B( has a habit of doing something funny- w-ith'every.'little nipvcmehtl .'Do you something in '..Tonight is aniateiirs' nlgSl .'at the play house; ,i, flue' 'array pi ttis" great stellar long acting tonight that Doris "lie's Devil." Shejj in this. as well as eiceHeht" in ;ner -other' songs. don't fail "jaifray-of local hav'e been .lined left of'the the pbo'Cprtie cow. Hring..your-couppnH tpnight, .probably yqujiwill- luckv one. An new be presented today, Bale and the comedy musical will be Mitchell, wMch brought forth rounds of dt- The Hostonian Opera.-; Co; is a good siugj and pleas- ing comedy and the nomiiat prices Majestic .is sure of packed houses-tonight ar.d- tbmnr-: row. The crowd night filled the': theatre. Tonight and: tomorrow raa- the Boltonims will .present "King Dodo" Saturday aljht, Fan- CURTAIL, RACE .MEET London, April It undf ratands that toe, Adoet rac. meet will, ke cnrtalM thla yeor to tkreo days." The meet will" pisbeblj .bisiiln Wedneeday. June anad the five handicap whleh for haTe. FEW FOLKS HAVE GKAY: Wall-knawn leeal drugglet wye kedy using old time c< Biff Tii ine1 Hair that loses ItJ color and lustre! or-when ft grar, dull-aod llfeiect, IB caused, by a lack of sulphuV in the Oiir grudmother madji up a mliturt ot Tea and Sulphui to keep her lorkt de.rk.and beaatlful, and-thooaanis of Tonen and inea wb'oV. value toan even color, that bemntlfol dirk shade oi hair which Is ip iv'e; oily this old-time reclpf. :B5Jr N'owadays we get. this f.imons ture t j aaklag-at nay dnur liire bottle of "Wyeth'B Sagn iW: Bnlplinr which the heir evenly, teU-tt ;