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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1913 T II K I-13 T II 1S.U I I) G E I) A 11, Y II E It A LD. PAGE THREE LOCAL TALENT LEFT YESTERDAY FOR THE SCENE OF BIG TOURNAMENT Vour local lioxcis, J. Lusli, A. Mor- Lush anil A. iicconi- bv 1-1. Nicholson, ot tlic Her- FOURNIER AND FISHER LEADING THE MAJOR LEAGUES IN STICK WORK When ofiicia! averages wero puh'.'isli- id last Snndiiy the Chicago major lea- Imli dubs bad ylayers ai Hie ton munioii, u-licre lliey u'ill participate of ycspuciive balling JisLs. in in the provincial aTr.n'.L'v.r lllo National league IT.- aml btixlng in ret being iu n hold there tcniiKnl mid tomorrow-.; They will return on Monday. Tim lo- toiler at ilic peak of all tho Ilmgcrs. cal boxers have been train ing tot The leader of the American hatters lor several months (or this meet ami "Tus JHCIIUKS Fournlcr. ;i uMIily uut- arc in good shape and confident of In the Rowland camp, 'ivho laid bringing home somr. silverware. The crowned the pill .500 per ctiu. Xi.'Xt hoys have been training; nndcc the j Lo him in-itlie running was Ty (Juljb, direction of Physical Director with .-ISO, but Ty WHS the real le-iulur of the bo bavins been up 25 times, while the (-Indigo Fronclnraii beeu at bat only a half NATIONAL Pliilndrlphhi U Uinciniiiili i> Chiuuuf..................... 1 Muslim 7 SI. Luiiis 'i .8411 .538 Huston 13 M 2 Nen York 8 21 .Irinu'.-., ili'Hs, and Uowdy; anil Meyers. (C.iiiH: called in 7lh on account ol Cincinnati HI. l.onis Doak Dale, Ufnton and f'liilailelphia Dell and .MHler ami Killiftr. 7 10 1 II 'J Ocschgcr AfllERICAX son or the V.M-C.A The boys arc all well and favorably liiinwu exponents oi tbe art of scll-, having been entered in the local boxing tournaments held here hist v.inlcr. TJie local following arc waiting Tor tlic outcome of Die Ed- monton aflair with much interest. ROBERTSON, MURRAY AND PER. RITT GO TO BROOKLYN IN EXCHANGE FOR HOME- RUN ARTIST New Vork, N.Y., April liig deal was completed ncro this after- noon between (hu New York and Brooklyn Nationals, by which Zat'h Wheat, the cruel: left fielder of the LJrooltlyns, and regarded by many as the star outfielder of the National "icii- gue, wfll-come to tlic Giants. In exchange Wheat, Manager Me- Gi-aw of Now Yflrlc has turned over Outfielders John CMurray and Dave Robertson, toEether'ivitli Pitcher AV. D. Perritt, no the Perritt is the former SL Louis Nation- al pitcher ivho jumped to the Pitts- b.urs Federals last winter, but tvns jieravinded to jump hack to the Giants. He Jias lost all JP ivhicJi he started this season, being knocked out of the box In three innings in each of his last two games. The New York Nationals, In further cutting down Its roster, has released Pitcher l.lrkmsyer to DscaLur, Pitcher Press to Jersey City, and. luff elder Heed to Troy. score Limes. There is a considerable lupse be- tween Fournier and the ucxt Sux hit- ler, the Frenchman's nearest teani- maic being Eddie Collins, who stood al the mark. Bimny iJriei' comes next 'ivilli .1241, and Lhc rest have done nothing in the bitting department over which they may enthuse. Dauss of Delroil leads tlic tivlrlerb in the American league, having a perfect avcrajjij in three games played. Walter Johnson, Fisher of York, Loudcr- nilllc of St. Louis nud .Afitc'icll of Cleveland, all Ehare with Uauss the glory of perfect pitching. The last named four, however, had twirled only Dntroit Xeu Vorlt Philadelphia St. Louis Cleveland Morton, t'oumbfi ami cottc, HussL'll and Scli; Ml M'A .-138 Careful amazinsofution worked O the COMMENCING WEDMHSD AND THURSDAY MEXT TONIGHT! Alice Joyce hi "The Theft of (he Crown Jewels" See the Three Thousand Dollar Gown See the Million Dollar Jewels LAST NIGHTS OF Miss tt. Portillo Soprano Vocalistc Universal Weekly Full of Wiii- Bon Wilson in "The Killers of the Silhouette" A Two Reel Drama of the Canadian Rocky Mountains Harry C. Willis And "Jerry" A Real One Keel "Comedy" AM. ASSOCIATION '.Indianapolis fi. '2. Cleveland ii, Columbus 2. Kansas Oily Hi, M. Paul 7. -VifinraiJolis PEARY'S ESQUIMAUX AND DOGS One of the uinst, sensational moun- tain dramas will foe seen at Slarland tonight when "The Rider of Silliou- 3 tu'ij-m-] production ai'Lcd in ilic ('muulian Hookies wnl he slrwn, I fi ItJTH M11 startling picture play, no less j I than r-ighlmi of Ilic Esquimaux and ulnfllUl forty of Ihu Kstiuiiuaux dogs used by Pcmmck and Ik-nry and Ainsmitli. St. Lcniis Detroit Wcilman Uolaml and Dakcr. .Yew York Ho.sLoii New York, April York by Hit; .score i to .8 here today dogs used by Admiral Koberl 1-1. Peary, in his dash lo I ho Pole will be seen and two thousand icet ol thrilling excite- ment will be guaranteed. Alice Joyce in "The Theft of the Crown Jewels." and maker two iiames each. In the National Fisher of Chicago and Zimmerman of Brooklyn lop the hitting list with .500 each, i Orcli of Cincinnati. Cravatli of Phila-! del jili ia. and Larry Doyle o[ Vork arc ii'il in the AOQ class with the cluh. Little ilolly O'Mara, sborLstopper for Brooklyn, who for ;i brior season .wus I3ill Joyce's lUssola payroll, lias a mark of .308. Hippo Vaughn of Chicago, Alexan- der and Mayer ol Philadelphia and Mamaux oC Fittsburg, all tied in pitch-, ing, with two games won and nine lost. Neither JMnMiciVPOn, Rucker nor Lrojurd, Collins and Cailj ami II S -I H 5 Shore, FEDEKAL Brooklyn PiLlsburg Kansas City Hallimnrc St. Louis...... x. iviCIi in line-up. Innpire Eason had in communi- calipji PrcsiiJpnt Tener of the National league, and according lo a (.statement by Secretary John A. Hey- jthat he had .receivp.l instnicLions lo thc'_ganie _Lo Uoston it NEW THEFT OF CROWN JEWELS DISCOVERED MEET ME AT THE EMPRESS! Tonight and Tomorrow The Mystery Don't miss the episode cf THE ROBBERY OF THE RUBY CORONET PRODUCING A NATION'S PRIDE Showing Armor Plate and Cannon in the making THE CLUBMEN'S WAGER THE FATAL BUMPING With Fatty Arbuckle being bumped Many other attractions, including THE JUVENILE JOHNSTONS In Popular Songc and Dances PARAMOUNT TO THURSDAY Monday and Fail "THE MAN FROM HOME" Wednesday and ROSE OF THE RANCHO" Possilily one oi the mos.i, sensation- al robberies in history is "Tbc Theft c-lif .BOO: cd-at tonight and toinprroir niyhi-. In this most remarkable ot two-reel prodiicLions Alice Joyce is settings and scenic effects in this 10' .357 .Urobklvn MERKLE BREAKS ARM Xcw York, April Metkle. the Giants' first baseman, broke his left' arm in the sixth inning of the game totlaj" with he ,.._a- Fell Irving to 'field a wild throw by I weeks. Beth batters and pitchers arc Jlarquard. still to .he developed. Bill Dell had ivoj] a game afc the time Llio averages 'were coniitilcd." In the Federal league. Cooper o[ Brooklyn and Rarideii of Newark were tied at .500 in hitting strength, with 10 men hatting in the .-100 class. .Uost o[ these are jumpers from organized ball. Jim KeUey, formerly of Great Fulls, is shown us batting but .219, which is considered nretty weak for the Federal league, while Hendrix of Chicago, G. JobnsoE of Kansas City, Kaiscrllng of Newark each twirled two winners. These figures cannot be considered ns providing an accurate line upon either -batting or pitching ability, and it is a certainty Ibat some of those players who now stand at the top of each class will be found a considerable distance down the lino before sea- son IIEIB progressed another four Uailcy, Conley. 1 G .1 .11 1-1 1 Smith and Owens ami Kiiisel Scalon and land. Fiist St. Louis............................. 2 Piltslnirg 8 Davenport, Herbert and Chapman Diclfson and Ttciry. Second St. Louis J) 15 PiUsburg 7 13 fllllit 1 I -ti, aim amui; tiiLi-La ill MliPSC yct began. Oroom, Cramfcll. .S Icy; Iloggc, Harger, Leclait ami 0'- l Connor and Berry. (Only games INTERNATIONAL Rochester 0, Jersey City 5. Toronto 5, Richmond 0. UulTalo 1, Providence 4. Montreal -1, Newark 1. Big Shoe Special For SATURDAY A Genuine Bargain! Men's Shoes for In Gunmetal, Vici Kid Patent Leathers, Lace and Button Styles. This season's goods in all the Newest Lasts, comprising such well-known makes as "The Just "J. T. Bell" and the "Brandon" Shoe. All sizes. Regular Saturday Special SEE OUR WINDOW HUFNERJHESHOEMArf 506 3rd Avenue S. HERZOG DISCARDS AN OLD RULE .Inflelders Are to'Be Shifted Five Feet to RiQht Jlerajg of the Reds will make a radical change in bis infield, ureaJnug away rrom the fixed rules of baseball. He intends to shift each in fielder, five feet to the of -slieiu he ordinarily stands. "I inn said Herzog, "that I make (lie move. It's a "nervy risk to take, but the practice to date has inride it seem a cinch to me. at first base, vril'l average toward second. Olson will play five feet nearer second base, but corres- pondingly outward on- the grass. I shall step five feet clo'wn toward third and Groh, at third, will take a posi- tion five feet nearer Ms station, al- most on the dead line with .the bas, but deep iuto the -left garden, to bal- ance. "I think the shift -will work-out per- fectly, and save a lot of close games LACROSSE PICKING UP Altlmugli- Jncrosae prospects are not any too bright tor tbc seniors this year throughout Canada, tiie intermediates, juiiiors and juveniles" promise to have banner season. In many of the- large cities, both in the east and west the seniors have been hit hard by the, and this Jias.aJso tended io iske players. Several prominent men, real- izing that tbe national game .was suf- fering, started movements- in al. Vancouver and other plac- es, to encourage the younger players. Knowing the put lacrosse on Q frmi .foundation was to start wild tbe beys, leagues have been formed to enable youths to gradually work their way m> tbe 'ladder from juvenile enior Tribune. COLT WINS NEWMARKET RACE Newmarket, England, April Joel's Pommeni, by Polymelus out of ilerry .Agnes, Two Thousand juincns Stakes for entire colts and rillies foaled in tho Newmar- ourse today, favorite. Pommern was tbe Shoe Repairs While You Wait! BEST EQUIPPED REPAIRING STORE IN THE CITY MODERATE PRICES QUICK AND RELIABLE Shoes called for and delivered Frank Miles .511 4th Avenue South Phone 1717 At a meeting held last night the members CL Wesley tennis court club elected their nfiicers for tlic ensuing year. Sir. V. Pctrie ivas chosen pre- sident, lUiss Trcnholm vice-president, and Douglas Cobbl.edlck, secretary- tlic ensuing yeat- adopted and evcry- treasuior for were a thing arranged so as" to mave the court's first year one of great suc- cess. In the near future a schedule will-he up and it is hoped a tournament will take place later on m the summer. ZBY-SZKO WINS EASILY Montreal. Que., April Mraldeck wrestling claim- ant for tjie'woi'id's championship, beat Russian'giant, In straight falls at Sohnier Park tonight, in a mixed style match. The first fall was won by Xbyszko In 16 minutes, Graeco- Roman style, and the se'cond in 14 min- utes catch-as-catch-can. He outclassed tbc Russian throughout. LARHY CHAPPELL BACK TO Cbicaso, III., April MILWAUKEE Comisltey of the Chicago American league cl.nb nondunced, yesterday, that Larry Cliaupei'i, oulfielder, who cost the White; Sox two years ago, had been sold to the Milwaukee team, The price paid- for the player wss not given. ;An" unofficial report save 000 as.the SUPPRESS DOPING Now April "Whatever the racing associa- v .tions and olficials can- -do to aid the federal officials in-sup- pressing the use of narcotics _ on" race, horses .should be done Sucix was the answer of .An- of- the-stew- arda the service; and uvliJUs It may take, some time to'remove the evil, .rayed m movies, they arc only mere incidentals to the wonderful jewels and gown worn ho Miss Joyce. The jewels from a leading Broadway gem dealer anil cost one million dollars, while the gown, designed by "Lu- cille" (Lady Duff is aumit- rlid by all critics on icniinine attire to be the REca-tesl creation yct in gowns. A two-reel Canadian Mountain Mountain drama entitled "The Rider; In S and a Universal "Weekly, !uU of war nuns and a leal joker comedy will complete the pic- ture bill. JHss 13. Portillo will appear in a new repertoire of and Harry C Willis, and Jerry, "will have some j newies. ORPHEUM Vaudeville and Pictures HERMAN and BROWN Versatile Entertainers GRANVILLE, THE MUSICAL Clever Musician HOI30 TENOR Popular Songs CHILDREN OF THE WEST Remarkable Western Feature TIT FOR TAT A Comedy full.of Fun AMATEUR NIGHT Large array of Local Talent ORPHEUM There iviJJ be a comjtJefe charifje in the pictures and. vaudeville to lay at the popular playhouse. Herman Grown will be seen in new cfciracter songs and patter. These iwa artl toe kidnap. tamers have wan the bearts of her rescue------- theatre-gtera of .Lethbridge, and their chanffe will be heartily welcome. Gnu- vllle has uew musical numbers, as also has the Hobo tenor, who gets bis well- merited applause. "Children of: the Wept" is a three- part western feature of the early clays of Indian uprisings.' Tonight the regn'iar amateur con- test will he held. The has secured quite a auinber of gr-r'a and hopes the patrons pleased with the array of local talent. MAKING ARMOR AT PLATE THE EMPRESS "The'Robbery of the Ruby which will be shown tonight and to- morrow, wil'l one of the sodes of "The 3fy8t3iy." Plans are made to rob a wealthy U-D- man of a ruby coronet, "which lies been given her, but her butler tittiils it first The conspirators get ii irom him, wlille Hunt and Baird recover the coronet Is found. "Producing- a iVatJon's Pride" "is. a timely picture which unusual In- terest at the present time, as it showa the manufacture of armor plate arid, cannon from the handling, of tne cie through to the finished product, and, nleo gives e. vidid demonstratloo. of the UBS of these monster In "The Clubman'a lour club- meQ give a tramp a to ciiange, ivitii the result that the gets iuto many comic scrapes. 'Tue Fatal Bumping" is one of the farjoua. Keystone comedies, with the inimit- able Fatty Arbuckle. Besides.other excellent, pietures.ithe Juvenile will give a. of'prcgremhie in'song and dance. .To- mbrrow positively, he their 'laet appearance for this engagement, d tbe. opportunity to see them f'jpuld not" ha lost- The comedy success, '-The Man. From which was to have .heeri shown .last positively, stolen property.' There Is much gen- shown nest Monday and Tuesday., Pint in the a Leadir. Brantford Bicycles It Is belter to pay the price of a Good Bicycle Yuan the'pcnalty of.a poor one.' Standard Hygienic Cushion We alto itock "Wheel