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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'AtiE SIX -THK LETHBRIDGE HBRALU MOKDAV, UKrKMlJKK IS, 1UI.1 IHESW Australian .and American On Winning Team-Numerous Prizes Brooklyn Gets His Share.-Big Baseball Trades Ycrk. Dw. of most impcrtsul baseball trades irade .hi the National Irosue in recent the league. j Chief amoiiS tie deals is the dis- pcsal of Joe TiuXer, recently deposed 'as 'Cincinnati's intnaser. Tinker was by Brooklyn for SiS.OOO. If lie agrees to play vrilii the team that purchased him Jie will receive JK'.MO of tee the remainder of ttie nibuey to the Cincinnati club. Tiie other sensational shake-ups in the 1914 personnel of llie senior major league are: Charley Herzos, third Grover O. Hartley, catcher, York to Cincinnati, in exchange for "iloV Bescher, outfielder. Edward Kcnelchy, first tesernan; Es OF HENRY PELLATTS PALAT IAL RESIDENCE IN TORONTO-Sir Henr.r latelj New'VJiti, liuul- of -Australia, and Joe KuRler. ot Vcw York, won tie cis-day bicvrlc hsrr in' Madison Square (iardtiis, wliicli Vr.dcd luniglit. Jacob Magin it I'hilailfH'hia, and O. Lawi- crix- 'finished sccuud Edward Root oi Ni.V twk', aud lic-ggic MoXamaia, ol Australia, finished third. 'rheoth cr twins "finished as follows I'eter Drobaci, oi Hosten, and Alfred Hal- steait, of California, lourlti; Kran- cisco .Veiri and Maurice llrocco. the Italian, team, fifth; Feed 1Iin- ut yl Hoston, and Martin ItS'an, sixth Lloyd Tliomas, uf Sin Krac' cisco, and Worth Mitten, of Piv- f low.i, sevi.-nth; Frank Corry' and J.'.liordon of Australia, FINANCIAL CARTOON ifirsi baseman; J. O. Wilson, oatueld-j er: Albert Dolan, Ihird baseman, ami'" ,J. !1. Hobinson, pitcher. trades ivere outcome of iitgotiations carried on by National club owners :LI the annual TiieeUug of the league, conuluded last night. They are of such -importance that' the magnates' session ot 1913.' First Meeting of National League With New President Transacts Lot of Business Tl'e annual I'itetius of the National the league plans to broaden its presi-. ,j ii-i der.t's scope of -power. Governor Te- Leas.e. held ,n New YorK City cisjiute between two clufcs over the waiver price on a -player which one desires to release. IE a cliib has paid "several thousand dollars tor a youngster and, finding liim .wanting. decides to let him go, the club wili not have to dispose of him at the usual waiver price to another National league club claSHiing him, but can nsand n higher price. If.the clubs cac- week, tra ted iiiucli important bufiueES bcslues electius Joha K. Te- ner president. The leased added .t'JTee araead- lo its constitution, favored a r-AItta.ru IVUUtlXU', i 11. H. Mowery, third baseman, and new method o[ holding tho annual Harmen. St. Louis, to. draftics ft [layers, and decided to I'ittsburi, in escliage for Jehu Miller, j lhe auDatl] irtedule meeting in ew York on. February S. Tte leasne confirxed the ruling of the arbitration board which failed to fiatly mada incmoraljlG by the clec- "iicii .of .'Gcverabr John- K.''Tener of Pennsylvania as: president, will go down In Lifiory of most naieworthy 'liiu league ever bad. Much Surprised LEADS lrtNnIlfi HEADS LIST OF PITCHERS FOR SEASON UNDER (JEW. SYSTEM OF RE- Vj -1 CORDING eighth. Tla first sis teams were tied -tor lead when llif race proper ouded liorlly beiore. iiifdnigiit. One repre- ientative Iroiii each oi these twins Ihch entered for a firial sprint of n nile to decide, (he winner, and the KctipanU Di tlic 's'uccrcding places for Lonois'nnd prize money. Tlie starters were Verti, (iouilet, Hill, Hoot. Hal- siead'aad Lawrence. Hoot led .the riders ilu'ring Hie first three quarters nf the distance. In the last two laps, liowercx, Goullct, the Australian, whose rsprmting in emergencies that of his partner Foglcr, has been one of the features oi the race, jump- York, Dec >lat- tiiev.son. premier pitcher of (lie'cham- pion Giants and for years one of tie stars of nalldom, heads the list of Ma- liqial league pitchers'in1 the olfici not agree. President Twer tavc. avoraces for i York power to strike n medium j i. -The.New !r pitched in forty sanies victories U twenty.- rOLE'Y" WILL GIVE PETERSON A HATCH Has Been Handing Out Line of Talk Jud'Doesn't Like Jud i-'oley, tne Nev.1 Dayton scrap- per, week-ended ia the.city oil .a busi- ness jaunt, reluming to tho south this uiornins. says he liad Intended to' pass uii.tbo ring for the time being, but has practically been compelled to take on a -vresUing bout ivith Art PeterEbn. a -veil-known heavyweigpht oi Peterseu has been hand- OLIVER AND CRONKHITE WILL REPRESENT CITY AT PRO- VINCIAL MEET ed to the front, and von easily g more than a dozen yards. dope that went against! and a match lias hcejl _ arranged between the two for Chrisl- Thc leading teams hail corcied Eve at Warner. Poley. although 751 miles'flat when tlie track first ot all, thinks he lias cleared Tor the sprint. TLis bettered !rOTg0ttell more about wrestling than 'tlic .record made hy and cver knew, an XTncnn in Inr 13- 9l'nd 9 L_'.._ tforan in, IMS 13 by pr.c the and 9 other icains I au'l his record ._ L- ..fiv- as asaiust eleven eamesMsr; t protest of tlus Xeir purcbasing abldo if itj. club asaliist surrendering a quarter J "wishes _ upon bis'iwreeiitase of'vlc- share cf Its 1512 wortd series receipts Aootber amendment prclnnits, howeveF' 'adopted to other Eove'n It was j owacr. manager, .orient bf out: fc today-that tlie National Corn'mlssion negotiating with a--player 'of rule'rdiuirin; the apportionment was and Iho sith- lieW from tuc Xen Yorfe club nas ordered'divided., As a chirr, ii decided lliat the local club should receive one-eigbtli Eharc ot the-money. Tie club's protest against surrendering tbe'diiarierEharc ...0---------2 1 without sscunng r.crmlisior, Irom Uij-i player's. OTntr'tb do so. The.'third amendment was tcctr-] Dec. .Tinker, jiie- 1913 "world's series receipts. iser" of the CiBcinuati chibj amounting was referred to league, tonighl is xatiooal Ccmciission. the league beir.? in doubt wtellier'Hie arbitra- tion bpard'5 decision applied to the protest pcred _ tho" National league, tonighl isj whether he vrill accept I for reporting to the clgb." j Tinker's face failed to conceal Ms' fuipfise when told of the offer tbal liad been made for Ills services, "rHc declined, hoover, to state "whether he would agree to deal, unlit he received am ofiicial account 'cf the transaction. happened to lie :astcd. the learn in the league 1 cspettod to oc fent. Tbat is, too'-much money to let me give any'effiiand answer, and I'never dreamed that Ercoklyn would bid for me." it'is expected that Ticker will tee W. ifurphy, president of the Chicago clnb soon Murphy.re- tarns to Chicks- tomorrow, and lie indicated Trould either accept or refuse the offer after he had seen the Chicago Tinker expressed no interest In of tlie trace by Pitts- Imrg for Konctchy than he did in'his ovnVffalrs. Ife Miller 03 ont of the sreatost tirst basemeu in he league. ..Tiug aside-ui.thc case ot. Xew York city tie rule (hat no fhal] have two National league, clubs. This was adoptc-d because .Brooklyn is uilbin tie greater city. The nreeting afiiosrncd witiioui an The new drafting rule which meets r.ith liie Itagae's support, vras intro- duced by Charles H. presi- dent' of tho Brooklyn club, it is de- the "etemtnl cf the .in compiling ue the iieragc of ri as that the American rtar, baaeS UIH jas. ,.u o vrliiM ,iu.... witliilrawn at-Tarious stag s. prize ior trip winners while went to tlie to the third, S600 to Us'tputftt "tlVc 'flrtli' S800 (o _and-S250 to" tiic scvcnib. r'iic not IE qu uiv- game of islno and'50 yartl swims, ar.d is entered thi.s year in the 25 and 50 vard-swims, thc nO yards breast "stroke, imd the .50 yards backstroke. .for hard .wor chance-in the 'drawing, and to iiacaser ClarXe "made l23t Euai- Eecond division clubs a free selection j raer- noy jiiiter. released recently by L of.players before, first division c-lubs, j Philadelphia: .to Montreal, in nianper streugthening the lea- j c.uit baseball, and would prac- Siie'ia general. 'Concurrence by the tjce "medlcint'in Cjiifa'rnfa) (Governor Tencr announced the'ap- as his private'secretary nf American. the N'ational Com- mission] anrl Miner __.....__________.._ _ leagues, is necessary befi-re thc. rale ix-roy sporting editor of bccomts cSectiTe.'" die Philadelphia Public and One of the amendments atloplcj was j formerly secretary of the Philadelphia looked as an instance of. SatTonal league club. BOSTON PROMOTER POLE TO PARTICIPATE. JN SERIES OF BIG "MATCHES' WILLARD KNOCKED OUT vBUFFALO MAN }IN- SECOND Nearly tags Aids Kansan'in Stowing Gsorge Davis Away Buffalo. X.Y., Dec. Wil lard" of hnoclieci nut George (One-Round) IJavis of Uuffato In the [second round, here, last night. A rc- crowd "-witnessed the bout which was to have been a ten- round affarr. Willara weished. 232 and Dnvis 187 pounds.' Davis had the belter of ihe tirst J round, landing bard a'nd oftea on the il'head and body, "with lefts ami (At of ihe second round, Wll- laril suot over a Ftiff right to tbc mouth, nhich ouencd nn Davis' lips. He landed on tbc same sjot a mo- ment later, acd then brought ni> a smaablne right.uppercul to trio cljln -The annual indoor meet, in which eiitranU compete for the Arrr..- Elrong. Shield, will bo held in the Y. tlie nights of December IS and 10. arranse- menls liavr.- not yet been made, but the competition is .for .the all-round championship in Indcor evenls. The entries nre lilliaR lip 'fast, and it Is desired that ail "who inlc'nd to com- pete 'ih'o'uld communicate with Physi- cal Director Gilmoro at once. Laxatives ire especially good for children because they are to lake, genUn in action, do not irritate the bowels nor develop a need te coniinual or increased dosts. J5c. box, at your Druggist's. N.Moul Drut CVrakJ O.. 157 Floslon, Dec. '13. the j mijhty I'olislt who is- no.w I DESIGNER OF SHAMROCK VERY CONFIDENT 'competing in an open tournaoient Nicholson Knows Sandy Kook Condi- great admiration for the yacht -He j Paris, has been offered." one of- thc tlons-ls Sifcr.i Abnut DesEgn. wondered very much-If Mr. Uanan largest guarantees ever made to a would bave a cup defender and ex- 'v.restlcr other than a worlds cnarn- pressed an opinion that from arT'Am'jpton lo return to America to York, Dec. welt In- erican point CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN -PACIFIC Ibat put the local nan-down for the EXCURSIONS TO EASTERN CANADA o.w I mlDUtes MM tiie knockout rxill V DECEMBER 1 to 31, VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY DA' ?'fnt Cla.s lio'nd Trip Fares from LBTHIIRIDBE to. TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA, WINDSOR, MONTREAL, OTTAWA; BELLEVUE, KINGS- ST. JOHN, MONCTON HALIFAX Return Limit 3 Months of 'Fort'William' MONTREAL Lcaler, Corresponding from otl.er poinls and to all stations in ALL STEAMSHIP LINES REPRESENTED when he defeated lilli 'winning Then he met defeat at the hands of WHIST LEAGUE NOTICE Tiiprc not he n meeting of Whist league tomorrow, night. All sames h.ive been postponed -tiy'an order o' the secretary. Shamrock IV. .Of course Nicholson' standpoint, he hoped that, such hold dim little'ahout the new yacht would rot be I but lie talk- lenglii alrout tbe Tto r.cf-. Shsmrock has lec-ri: tie-, American yachts said about the niles much i to goverti the measurement of the lias made nsny ieatt; of models in ths ryjchts and the conditions which trie races arc to DC CHEW under sailed. .tank ticYorc lip finally -selected one for the dfef'cn'kr. Xou'.lhat lias hope lint Champion.1 plight lie to meet "lhA ultimate winner. _ H'ith Fricslctisfty, Afacrg and oilier stars ncnv in this EetUing ttif- Whicii is thc tcr iran of the baiicli, the winner o'.j the final uunir! he cnllflcil to a tiiftlcji with Ooich if the laltqr will come out oE his retircrnenl.' MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO Nicholson la vcrr optimistic about Iha linen siirtod inrc will.1-0 taken fucccss of h'.s ney yatlit, Ijul al the that no Intorrnsilon leaks out o.' the same time he la not boastful and he 'yardn'aboul thc peculiarities of rncdel, fully Ibe difficult if there ere nr.y, or about (he Ker.nral )3 on lianJ. diinensloiis. II Is generally The Xcw Vw.'k yachtsman v.-aa' however, ttat thc ShaiiiroeV will lio jnnirii surprised at the knoilcJjie n MH yacht nnrt that, this rtrao {linjPACKEY Nicholson shotted of coi.ilifions on challenger will not bo liiis slrlc of (he Xtlantlc and of tho as lias happened so when the i models and speed the Arcericsn BrilUli Invc font a yulii ftifl lie talkiil of them as t.islly cuo. For sailing In (heir is.-Hei-ausu of Ills' i an a wnll Informed yachtsman on this OKII watern. former dial have ,how, ,n5l jack at B-O-JM. and (he one yacht hp ad- had 11 (hn rail thsy cnul.l but on Mollda.. -md'lhe jraired ir.orc than all Iho v.-lr.da on thb side arc different. for T.nt--weighing SI rater which built There Is a dampness In Item com- frora desizns by G. Hannn makes tlK-rn licivler, while tnei [laftnn al lhn I'achoy anil railed liy Mr. llanan so.succws- are d.-y. In a twenty-five rnlle on McFARLANO. .1 MORE ANXIOUS THAN EVER TO ''QUIT KINO Dyspepsia Trtlets Ijilekly Put Disordered Stomachs Right It'l revelation lo llie chronie dyspeptic (o fctl ro 'liKoinloct bead; meal, vrlien that ii foIIOTied Na-Dm-Co YiMtt. He is Imjly prepired (or the tlui'ost nacic relief tix UWtt 1 on o. gives hra from various discomfort! Janyar to wblck he is accustomed iftef Mting. Excursions to Unitied States DAILY' DECEMBER to 31tt lass lloon-l Trip Fora frora ''limit Tlifot'.Moutlis. forrc.'ponrllng rares Ift nOlnU ;ln .NKIIHASKA uibcoNbi.s. Excursions to Los Angeles, Tickets on Sale JANUARY 3, 4, snt) 5, 1914 thnt are feel as" if 13. Return limit, April 30th, I9H- RETURN FARE FROM LETHBRIDGE llaslon at the appointed time, Me givft thc needed to stoXMcris that MILD, SVVEET, and JUICY I I M-inufjcfurc-t) by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. VVInniptJ MeFarlancl in Etrlouely consldfflng fully last aMMr.or. Xlehobon had this side heeri from ,hc irlclurw ol this HboKlnB licr.tliiotopsail, but in R U-cnly-llii1 i jceri j model when oat of the am) also on the other side wilt often ap- Aatins of his iir.tlcr tail, and he cxi.rejfed pear u.ider lov.-sr zalla only. 10 a more flashy bitioti of boxing and Ihe crltlcliipi fe preas, caiiscil .Me thai hc'probalily HOCKEY AND RUGBY MEETINGS -CALLED AT RED DEER FRIDAY .bcru Husky Voolbaii union will bo jw.lvcd thc press, cause.! .Me heltl there In Hie afternoon, and an I'arlanJ lo re-mark inccHns'Gt thn Allicrta -Sm' b- In tho even- In Catza'ry, Dec. Deer willlic'.lng, important chanjrcs .In the con- on li.u map asnin r'l-Mav ncM. Utltntlon of both being wlicn the. anmu! raccline ot llio Al-iSdieduled fowjtit last Ko-itli I'.rnce nio" ctun- Iff charpt'S (r, _ pro'eat .ilainsl It. K. Trun'j." rcweakcutu. Cofiuinlng in themselves tin active yrhicijple; needed for digealir.g evcrf lind of food. N'a-Dru-Co Djipepju Yauleti enable even the ireateet tloinftf lo gel the rood out of what f J eaten, .pteventirtg ihe accumulation of i.udijjelcd (ood and gai. With little .help foi a while, the ilixcslive organs Uieir do wort ttrot-eily, and your troubles arc over. lf B, Santa llarbara, nivcrsidc and bjr of MgMsccing trips, hot l s berth rnd meals on train or si mnei au'i n nclnrn is by regular service, rncals Excursions to Vancouver, Vic- toria, New Westminster, B.C. j and your troubles arc over, t 'rlck'cln on Kale II. 12. IS; Januar Oclijcc.IIOK HQ n Ile.lnrn llmil. April 30, I8H. ftf Nt-Dtu-Co Tablets from LefHDRIDOE TICKET (frllT, Nalionil TlniiJ '.''.-i-'. p :p "DAWbuD, 'i Aaent, Calflary, ;