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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 'ROMINENT BALL PLAYERS SIGN WITH_FEDERAL LEAGUE 'resident Gilmore Announces Names of Managers of ihe fearns -Tinker Will Head Chicago at Salary of for Three Issue Rosier Chtcjga, 111., Dec. Tinker, managtr of Cincinnati Nation- i ieagut club, and Mcrdccai Brown, ir.cinnatj pitcher, today signed three- >ar contracts the Federal tea- -js. Tinker will manage the Chicago ub anrf Brawn will manage the' St. c-jis club. George Stovall, formerly of 'Cleve- n3, and last'manager for the St. ou-Ts Americans, signed to manage ie Kansas City club next year. Larry chlafley, with tht Jersey City club the International league, man- ic Buffalo club, and Wm. Phil- a former Cincinnati player, but :t of for several years, will to Indianapolis as manager. The rar.chlse recently voted Cleveland Cincinnati. "I have coih- leg lu say regarding? the. reported sign- ing of .'Of Tinker and Moredc.ii lirou'ii by tiie Federal e I'rvsidoul Aarist Htruianu of iiic Cia- ciuuaii I'lsebnlJ club, today. "It is hard to believe liiai theso iwo play- ers have jumped organized baseball.'1 As cha-ruuu o'. the coin- .which ill have. Jurisdiction over ihe players tliat break ccr.tracts, or violate the reserve clause, Mr. Her- ,nd forfeited, was awarded to Tof- into.' James Gilinorc, president of the 'ederal league, announced that each t Federal club tvouid contain at least I :ivc players who appeared last year either National cr Ameri- can I unties. -The full roster of play- 'he tald, would be announced with- in a few dcys.. Well advertised play- ers from these leagues, he eald. had been chosen to manage the Toronto, Baltimore and Pittsburg teams. The r and can wbat wiu happeu amount any player is to receive Irom meant iiixt.'' the new league was riot made public by Mr. GiEmore. It wai reported that Tinker was to j receive for three ser-1 vice. "'Pic coneidcraiioti of their cases sou's High school team fiom Kobinson's nine. -JS-1-. K. .H. Dabson umpired both cntnes The sUmdiuss: Public School League w. i I Fieeuvood......... _ Central........ P.O. Hjgh SchoQ, President HciKiana reiterate! that j Robisoa he believed the Federal league has hot j Robertson.. the finatn-ial backing that vrojlil en-1 Sherlock able U ID nay salaries that "a-ould cam-1 -_________ pare "A'lth the avcraso salary ot u i'lay or in tlther of the uisjor leagues. .000 DO New York. Deo. men with regret today of death of -Frank X- a Xuown'fxom coast to mirig Bird'1 Tylfr. He died at his lioiufc Jn ilie monta; Tyler got liis nicknaioe on lie Xew York courses because of l niethcd'bl calling off bets to hijslieet TUESDAY, DECEMUEK 3U. 1913 CANADIAN BANK >F COMMERCE EDMVNI) HIKD, Central JOHN AsVt Gc-nrral "RESERVE WELLERS' CHEQUES of Commerce winl'li.' the traveller to without dcby at endi point of his journey m t uoxponsive manuei. They "re issuo! payable ID every denominations of S10, S50, S100, in the MKMieys of tlu principal countries stated irli cheque. Tlu'i- urc economical, absolutely safe, self- jeasily negoliatcd.' LETHMRIUGE 1 The Port Arthur boy -.vho was con- one of (he fcrwirdi in ihe Maritime League fail and Is shcwina up well In practice With .Ihe N. H. A. HUMMING BIRD TYL STLER IN BAD OF FAILING EXHIBITION CASHES LAST .TICKET R, T. Brymner, .00-3 niaker. Bowling Dates Back to the Middle Ages :Tlie-: luler-Sunday Boys' Indoor Games. .'oriers Council Is picmotiae'.a big door alhietlc ineet "on New Year's oming. More than 200 hoys -.from e different Sunday Schools between of 12 and 20 will fnuhfr in Y. M. C. A. gj-mnasium lo try for e'.i'anadian Standard EtBciency ,tesi will be introduced. he. In -Lethbridge. The meet will begin' at sh.arp. There is .liaidly a has j a nujrp lot erecting: history than bowl- The first oE the game being ing. baseball, .fastball ann'oth- [played on a covered nllcy is brant-bes of .alhleiics 'Tiive 'found in ntz-Stephens1 Sur- traced bscS iaio the middle jFederals Will Wage War! 1 on Class ;AA Leagtp Rumored They Are Trying lo Get Hold on Minneapolis 1 Mentioned by a Gilmore Scout Refuse lo Affirm or Deny Stories it is worthy to that bowling VC-J- or about tbe cen- i t'jry. Tlie first record o[ a match action Minneapolis.-Dec. 30'-Tlie swne ol .that for.the season a in the Kedrral league the outlaws would be has a history.yhleh dales liack-quHc game played, indoors In America was acaiusl organized M- Mn-. inin their guas on the t AA. leagUTS. as far. A rcautafcle a'jUioritv, who ja game' iilaj-ecl in the Knickerbocker "apolis last night when an j 'ffc ,vjj. situation .shapjjlseli lias nnde quite'it :Etiidv' of the allers Iu Xew; York Citv January I U.e new league put appearar.ce ]ast njsht, according lo Bois Umore .for lh. purposfe Of inUciiewins play- sleuths, the Federal will m- lias wfliten a ihprl. history of the Tiiis acmoiiB 1.: The fame boy nnist'lfe able tolmost common, but there are others, 'and heavier than the ones usejt mp C ft. S in. irnbrder to riualify for e "jumping'1 ine'dat. A boy might alify for every inedal and at the ice time conie even fifth in the race other events. r Sunday School Competition carefal record of each hoy'a (luite a number purely local. As i ed at that time, the was very different from-the present sport, but there was mudrEtallarliy. Introduced to America. 'The gaiua was first iutroduced Into and it-was a easier matter to .knock-all tbe pins norm by hUiing one or two, making the score .or 300 ithe limit. j N'ow In Scientific Order In ISTa.'a largo number of 1 from the. N'atio'nal-'ar.d "American'1'dray'lhe report tliry wpj to or" lesser extent- sought. the American continent early In the representing a few eastern cities, is'. 1 be kept aud the result oi centuryi and PDSsibiy lhe ja meeting atoned rales and 'AM to Sunday School compe- Jon will be determined by UWns, CUP DEFENDERS PLANS ALTERED Bristol. 51. 1.. Der. departure f-rcm the original plans of the Amerl- FIRST GAME OF CROj --NEST- HOCKEY 1'rank Gottb, tho itler. never lu a wrcsll- ,n exhlbUiuii bout ni] ministration j ___ ______..... was msde by city otHcEfils cwliu-r it tvas lean ctl (hct GotchljiU return lo ll mat afief a (JotcEi incurAsd3 displeasure or effort was to conic "'p.21 pro- gram. Acconling'itQ Btory told to- day, Gotcli asTwV.rceme on and wrestle, but ;it hoth- lug was beard cliiiupiou did not appear as fs said Hint Mayor 1 there vowed that C so far as Chicago i Gotcli declined lo ccnvj preached no furtlie: have lieen given U.e: promised to come anui IMS word. It scfiiis from viiatn around tho city Ijalli" officials lnve been la'j Tcr just E' an'ur.r.o'i say that lie Is a thoro; proposition ar.d Araut tliere is iu tbe game as as he can iu; matches lie is content, bo everybody's friend ncn-money making pro! up to litDi that he isn't utmself. It IB Iiiotcd that Viol in tenu, since his latest an to coin back into the spotngl'tri attemp any Chicago matches, it a will con fine liis operalions to CStT where te always has To The Old Home In Scotland, England and tha Continent can be made at thi lowest cost. Jicw steamers, WocKly sntlhigs. Reserve acy coniuiodaiions now. For Tull ash any railway or sleainsliip agent, or. H. E. LIOMAN, General Agent, 3-19 Main St. Winnipeg, Man. sevetUeenUi. H 'Ulatlong -n-litch at that time answered 1 Lo have iwen very popular in Ins purpose. For tho next ten or fif-! r: Vort earlj in tbe eighteenth teen years, or up to 1WO, bowliog iturj'- An map of that city oi (a sort of "go-as-yon'-pkssc1? ganle. -In i tlie date of 1728 a t-owUng tlie east they ployed under the rules i I green on the north aide o: the public jof tbe Rational Bowling league, while 1 garden, situated near toe King's farin, in the west, whero a sudden boom "tnear the.foot of Murray aud Warren j'stated any rule went: 'Under these "Utreets 173a tbe locality jcoaiiltlocg. the boom preat of the Al- _ I bavlng the largest GreeEi at llie foot qf '.ivod but a fc-s- years.. In 'points idll win tbe meet. [Broadway, and known bj the ?ame 1S50, or with ths hlrth of 'Oie Amcri- natne at the present day, was leased Howling Congrea, wbich at once from the city government and laid wiped out lhe old rules, and o-jt as a public bouHns green. From j luted r.ew ones which trough tho the I3iat the sport was intro-1 playing of the to a can Cup defender candidate, Jtsee best records in every event, makes the beat record class will score five( fkU'.fioT bis Sunday Schbol" for just many events as he eicelts in. '-'-'will count three points, and a1 count one point, Tho Sun-j under I conBtructloa here, developed today when orders were Driven (o add. an- 1 other foot of lead to the keel that wri I cast on Uec. 12. U la understood that thfl change means merely the carry- Ing of uallfiEt dutside instead of in-' side, and that tbe waterltae will not be altered. The "re eight of the keel'wlH Le in- creased from to 75' tons. A coffer tno of the ex- nen Back or t Kidneys Ache .T LESS MEAT, ALSO TAKE .CLASS OF SALTS BEFORE EATING BREAKFAST duc'ed into America it has realty never diet! out, though the outdoor game has lone; since siren way to the in- door. Ha order, things began, lo wake, up again, aud the hosier from'that day to this has he en looked upon as an Important factor hi-sporting circles. dam to tra lead is to be built at once. A uuraoer ot. bronze were to have fcraied the keel ulatei have airuauy becu received from the mills. These will have to he disca_rd; Frank veriui Blairmo Tbe Xest no played the oponlnc Chrlstipas 'Day, Bloirmore I team meeting Frank' on the. ice. The game at 8 o'cloc? Jarse oE the Uioirniore people hut confidence that IheSr would (tirn anything in sigh only took very monie-nta everybody trhlch iras tlio brlleain. Blairtnore's team was in cd and new keel v' made, wIU, a number of.other In the bolh EIiefid and tfc! key ler's itba first htn. ition wt it PREFERS Georgo firaSgs. ot l! Boston Braves, says he r gards Joe Tinker as n er he v ouldn't tJiinfe of-adins "Ra bit" MaranriJlo ibeormCr nifl ager of the npds. ;V IN HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAYQY SEATTLE "Ttittre StoriH o In Ihe tre and sloica oa Loih BalUJIr.s ttbolutelr cone re lc, 8 we 1 nn J icaiKo. EUROPE AS FLAX- El >Vldi S2 B? .1GHT INCORPORATE ALL THESE THINGS Walter .Johnson's right Kddio eyes. Ty Cobb's legs. Eddio Plank's left arm. Jobu -McOraw's tongue. Connie -Mack's brains, Oermany Schaeter's pmlle, Charley Doom's voice. BAND Every night at the cosy Roller Rink Opens 7.30 ;6' man OT who eaU neat. Tilarly can make a mi.'laVe by I :.'ng" tbe Sidneys occasionally.; a.wcH'tnoftn authority. iUsij acid which excites the kM-1 they become over worked Irom' get sluggish and fall lo! ir'ite and poisons from the j ad.'1 then we get pick. Nearly all 1 suraatisnx headaches, live; tro-.ibiel 1 urinhry.'disurdera come from h kidneys- I he rnoment you fee! a dull aclie in kidneys or your back or if is cloudy, offensive, full fjf 'Imcnl, irregular ot passage dtq by a sensation ot scalding, I> .eating" meat nr.d Kct about .four -lad Salts "from any pliarm- ".ia'ite'a Xc-sl I'aflR cup, Thf _as follou-s; goal; 1 Lyi'tf, point; C. Fotd, c.-p.; centre; C, McUor.ald, I.w.; r.w.; H. JtcGraj Brleco, goti: diner, point; It. Rord, c.p.; dard, eenirc: W. Tuciitr, l.w. kett, r.v.'t V. Orace, rover, H, Benson of Hlalrmoro aa and W. J, .McGowan of V Judgo of play. srd i-h THE BREWING AND MALTINii COMPANY, LIMITED After exercise, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE" Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifier of lost energy cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying- THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTlNCi COMPANY, Limited i PHONE 554 ;