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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE .LE.THB.glPGE DAILY HERALD KEimUARY 13, UU1 UPHOLD OFT-FLAUNTED PRINCI- PLE NOT TO TOUCH PLAY- ERS UNDER CONTRACT IHAS. MURPHY BIG MOGUL OF CUBS WILL DO AS HE PLEASES MAURICE MCLAUGHLIN DOESN'T AGREE WITH RSPECT1NG SERVICE Nc.v Ymt. friii Krjmcisco, li.-Majiice tennis champion of Ar.i- a'xi, asiec with Actnuny Wilding ol Australia. c'jarcpion cl tte that ti-.f jasic could tf letter- ed by ameniiir.i: the rules so that ou- ly or.e service stroke should be pei- riiittc.l lor cirh play. Willing receat- li- made such a a-id it was callcJ to lli'Loufhlin's attention 12-A Mile! today. baseball sitMtk-a flihiis beiieus .he [hinje would Frti It'ifloiKt! in uj.-i..-., t IIMIIIP! wake the irar.K faster, and all thehls- today the tor.- of m development has.beea no; bid for the service oi Johnny Ev-j deposed m.-.sager ol th? Chk-azoj ..To a server to one Sat'onal league club. he EJid. "would reduce by half his Charles H. Moijhma, the and his placement CHAS. COMISKEY SEEMS TO BE VERY ILL IN ANCIENT CITY OF ROME Couldn't Travel With Scheduled In Rome Cancelled Owing t3 Wet Feb. A. ConiU- key, president a' tie Chicago club of tho American Baseball league, vas sgaia confined to bis bed today, suf- fer! :i 2 from trouble. Profes- sor Glufeppo Basliacellt, who in attendance, forbade him to leave Nice tonight n-tth the- members ot tic vis- Itcg baseball teams. The teams were ot'ilged to abandon [he idea of play- Ing a- game here oivius to "wet grounds." Although the weather fine tcd.iy, the arena of tbe Stadluoi had transformed into a morass continual downfall of (he wjca. There was much disappoint- ment here. The Isst baseball game plaed by Americans in Rome took place in 1SS9. TABER AND MAGRATH TIE BASKETBALL LEAGUE- RAYMOND DROPPED TWO AMERICAN SCHEDULE The Opening Games Will Be Held in Bos- ton. New York, Chicago Detroit "would Wilding ,airns at is nuke eScrt to obtain further stated that the fact "that Jos. Tinier .had arrived ntrre irorn Chicago in time 'or an ear- Ir morning coniereace with I'tessitat and himself, tid. no bearirj the Evets1 situation. "Tinier came to Xcu- fail! .Woighmaa, "at my telejrap'ied ic- cueit, briEgitg impott-iat ivhkb sere r-jquirrf. Us endeavor to several pU'-irts vith American an- a better quality [nounced their programme tonight for j Uie coniing season, awarded to ton, Sew York, Chicago and Detroit ciiAniTV CCMTTn DDlcrvM lhe Barnes, eel for Tuesday, SHARKEY SENT TO PRISON! April U. Chicago will see the great- Former Heavyweight Fighter ar.d His Manager Found Guilty of Maintaining Disorderly Resort Tort, Feb. Thomas J. sharkey. forraer heavyweight priie- cheduled with Uis National league'Taber 3 will be played in Chicago on Sun- y.-tom we have been flihter, was committed to tlie Toaibs crs is not amour, ttcni aril will witricrat ball tonight for sentence on lis approached. We. all arc agreed tbat Frtruarr 1Si ;or rcaintaining is under contract, and the on Fourteenth iy of t'uo n-itionil league- slreeti" near Tmnj avenue. With him 'immediately altti roaWnj tliisj Teal Andrew Osoorae, who has mau- BUtemeni, Vi'eishman, Gilmoie and j aseil shariey's saloon 'for .twelve Tinker hurried from their temporary i jnree justices of the Court of quarters, and it was reported they, gpedal gessioos today found the two vrere again viewias possible sites lor mea Mf after a trb, ot a a haseiaH park in Greater N'CT York for r.ot this year. Erers .failed to appear in .the gath- ering bi'masnates, players and oth'rr followers 'el'bJsrtall. He- left his ho- tel early in tfce afternoon and could not be located in the jathering places usually fousd. Fiesidcot GaSatT, oi the Boston Nationals, zepoited tbut he could not Evets, although he had been oa the lookout for him. The National league and its board of diitctnis were late in entering the executive session, aad the hour for holding the meeting o! the National commission was delayed until 3 p.m. Charles Muipiiy, president'ol the Cubs, denied that he had any intea- aya. In the old days conflicts were iore frequent, and took place in. St. Liotila as Tvell as Chicago, hut the re- moval, ol" the Sunday hall De- roit and Cleveland, hss made it pos- ilble to lessen them. The season doses threo days ear-' ier-in the west than inibe east. Sun-. day, October 4, sees thV'end In the 'ormer division. Tb'e !sst games in. east are. to lie played October 7. hours. A -waiter in Sharkey's placer accused tvllh tLem, was diEcharged. RITCHIE TO MEET WOLGAST Lightweight Champion Agrees to Fight CaJillac Fighter in '.MM- wauhee Latter of March San Francisco, Cal., Feb. He Ritchie, the- world, will meet Ad Woigast from whom he took the title in a ten round bout. In Milwaukee, some time neit month. The weight is to be 13 pounds 6 Ritchie sent wore cumber of Sunday games, fif- eea in all. Every other club is glv- 3 two of tbe Sunday TVi'h St. getting tho extra one. The only four conflicting dr.tes Siicling, Veb. c-1 the best zanies of basketball ever stasfd in If-c south couiuy from the winters point of view were imllod ofl "t-e last nigut when both tie Kayaiond teares went down to defeat before the inarch of the locals. Ths score of the interme- diate game was 71 .to 13, anil the lo- cals put up the best exhibition ot team work ever delivered by them ar.ywhere. So accurate was the pass- ing and shooting liiat the team work could almost he called perfect. The senior game was as much of a hoodoo for the lads from the Sugar City as the intermediate game. score being somewhere In the neigh- borhood of 43 to 13. This match was distinguished tor Us speed on the part of both teams', and it kept the spectators busr to watch the hall 'throucnn'ut the" game. Itayraocd pkys at Stirling on Friday aight, and are determined to wio, as it is their last in at the pennant. WINNIPEG AT ST1HLING Winnipeg plays at Stirling the lat- ter part .of this month, tie date not yet being set.- The standing oi the CAVALRY SCHOOL A BIG SUC- CESS LIKEWISE THE SIG- NALLING INSTRUCTION COURSE Plucher Creek. Alia. Keb. Troopers are slill coiulus to the cav- alry Echool. Ttje attendance Is now Ueyond expectation. Tlie number Is gelling, closo to Hie sixty mark. The school U a school In every feuso ot the word. The men are glveu a thor- ough schooling In tnllllary tactics, and aro made to demonstrate -what they have learned on the drilling ground. Their day commences at C a.m. and closes at S.10 p.m. At C a.m. they arise and make their beds. At 6.30 to the stables Uroakfast at 7; at 0 mounted parado; 11.30 to stables; dinner, l-'.SO; at p.m. they have dismounted action 5 o'clock stables; 6.35 Us- IF YOU ARE NERVOUS or worried or vexed at your vital forces are slowly but surely deteriorating. Emulsion overcomes nervousness belter than anything else because its nourishing force enriches-the blood and stimulates its flow to all the tissues and bathes the tiny nerve cells in the rich plasma by which they are nourished. Shan alcoholh that ttlmulate and ttapefy, Take Sooti's Emulsion for your nervtt. lit nutritive power it the grtoteit help that nature effordt. IMU TRAIN BUMPED THE- TIES Burlington, Iowa. Keb. ton fast mall train No. S left the ulouK lUc ties for n unlly after cutter things are. at Iowa, this mom- lively with uosiug, alblr.tle. siunti, 1 singing and other amusements, umil 7 o'clock, when the: lecture, which deals .y all a'semble for'. AU equipment remained unriElit. ils with, the drills I Two. hours1 T rc" league is as'follows: W..L. Stirling (both i 0 l.pOO Raymond 3 3 -iW firsts SUNDAY SCHOOL BASKETBALL LEAGUE PAYS 3 3 1 .4 .400 .100 .200 i Weslsy Wins Junior Division Close Race Arr.or.g Seniors the and Instructions gtven that day. Oc- casionally explanations are given of the work to be. put on the.following tlay. Theso lectures nre over at S.AO, when the men are dismissed. The non-coms, are all quartered III tile armories, and are all singing highest praises ot the accommodation j afforded them. Tho Signal school in connection with tha 23rd Alberta Rangers and the Cadet Corps, -n-hlch started llere on January 5, and was held for a t month, was closed last week. All the pupils did exceptionally well: Sergt.: Henderson made 93 per cent, on ex- amination, and Corp. Lnrum made' 97. The Cadet Corps came with flying colors, 59 per cent..of the pu- pils having passed., Edgar .Cox, who necer handled a flag before, made a possible. He wrote on all papers and made 100 per cent, on each. The school has been under the manage- ment of Sergt.-Inst. Massey and In- spector A. A. Gen. Capt placing ilie locomotive and five on the' ral'i. WOMEN TO PLAY AT MU1RFIELO Tho Scottish women's golf vliani- luuship wiM be played at MulrfU'ltl during tlie Aveok, beginnlDg Jutie S. It will be the first tinio a woman's conipetuion hns ever been placed over the course, wliioli Is the houto of the Honorable Company of Kdiu- lurfili (Jolfers. Sunday Kamourasia, P. Q., Feb. parish church ol this village was com- pletely destroyed by fire last .nig'nl. The church rvas valued at. -to the si tan'di Lexington. thfee-yeaV-olilDotting elai-' lion, brought" high the 'an- nual horfe saleB today, when he was purchased by John W. Trimble of Mount Sterling. Ky.. for J13.500. j-Mainleaf Teas one o' the leading performers in the trotting world while a two-year-old, and his former owner, Jamee H. of Ken- lucky, hid received several offers jholding down second pqsltfon, while jb! the fire is not known, but it is Pet. supposed tp1 Hare. originated from an '.'40 '1.000 Tho convent, which St' Cyprian's 3 .250 is 'situaUi' close-to the church, was Knox 1 .3 .250 Uavsd with great difficulty. The senior division of .the Sunday _ _ School Basketball league, will r.ot hej concluded until March 12. In IWs di-j vision the race is nJost evcitinp. Knov A Is in the lead with three wins and or.e loss the Baptists BIB To oiii1 nuuiy Customers ami Friends: Please- take notice tiial on and at'tci1 February 23rd, 191-1, we the under- signed Wholesale Liquor Dealers of this city, have decided to do a Strictly CASH business. Phone orders to be sent COLLECT on DELIVERY only and monthly ac- counts be discontinued. The Hudson's Bay Co. The C. C. Pngmiclo Wine Spirit Co. lion of retiring from protessioDal tofoy that the financial terms or that he tneK.of any move Ritchls will leave Sai to.'iorce him out ol the National j "oa Wednesday for Pas> league. He said, ''I am in the game he expects to Itabt to slay, it has secorae the national ,.r the tendon In WB let pastime to kick Murphy out o! base- (oot before heglnnlnE 5erious train bail at least four times a year and I ftm getting used to it. I am the roa'sler of my soul, She real and only rioss of my oall club, and T am" going to rra it'In the way 1 see fit. Tte receive with a great deal of____ happiness, because they help to to take care of it prettf'. well, the ball park with haters of Murphy, I and I am'not going to let any one 'io my business for me. Evers and 1 could cot agree and o! us had to go. Whether he plars with Boston or was best for the club. Tern-jnol, Svrecney ar.ri Perdue are-going psramentally unfit to manage team, to play for me." for tie stallion governments. from two foreign APPROVES OF BASEBALL AS ouUide oi that, a valuable man. I felt that I enough about the paid" their gate rcor.ey to help do h'Jsicess for me. Evers and 1 make llurphy rich. "As for- Evcrs. I did wliat King George's POPE SPORT Rome, Feb. Pope in bless- ing the Giants and White base-. ball teams'at the reception at the s'atican yesterday, made special re- ference'-to'the physical and rnoral value of the American national game, executive eod ol the business to be j aa compared to certain diversions of he Idle rich. Cbarles Comlskey of Chicago, who was laktn ill on a train, waa able to attecd. When he came back he said: 'Although 1 am Etlll very seedy. It was the greatest day of mr lite. The Pope's genial, yet vsr.eraMe pre.'enre. nspirea a reverence which none could resist." Knpv n and St. arc tied [or- third. j There will he tonight KHOT. A and the Baptists sr.d Knox B ar.d St. CyprianV come together. sanies will have much to do with the standing ar-d they will he j hotly contested. of ths seniors IV. t.. Pet. Kfibs A Baptists Knox B Sf. Cyprian's Wesley........................... 1 2 .750 1 .B671 .405' .400 .333 CURLING NEW BOXING REGISTER Tacoma, Keb. the boxing contests of a smoker tomorrow night, each of the Judges will hold In his machine to register Ihe'num- ber of blows struck. At the end of the contest the boxer who has scored tho i greatest number of. blosvs will he giv- en the decision. II is said this will be tho first time in the history of box- Ing that a device of this kind has icen used in determining the winners i 'J.' LOCAL COMPETITION There were Eome contests at the Curling rink lak and the hest of the lot was that between the Wnnless in.inclbles and the Wales rowc-r.'uj following. This match went to an extra end fnr decision, and Wan- less came off victorious. The results last night: in limited rounds of r maic-hcs. KING GEORGE NAVY PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF1 It surpasses all other: in quality and flavour because the process by which it is made differs fiom ij deli- sweet and non-irritating. SOLD EVERYWHERE: (Oc A PLUG CITY TOBACCO Manufacturers, QUEBEC HOCKEY U'anlesa Anird Shepherd mmoirs Kreeman Wales......7 Stewart.....10 Skelth......10 Davidson ,.31 U. n. Macleod. 0 ourown desk. Sprinkle alittle Ion a toft cloth and then go over every inch ol the desk. Yoti'fl see dud, dot, fiaga pri J. B. Rculei1.. Lclhbridgc Wine Spirit Co. and e WhoJcsnlers Ltd. Any Suit or Overcoat Ontario; Wanderers National Standing Goals L. F. A. S 52 37 69 49 66 46 69 43 W. Ottawa...... 9 Toronto...... 9 5 9 5 iQuebtc...... 7 10 10 Held ......H Hamilton N'.T. Macleod 5' Clark jyd Stacey Tonlght-r-7 p-m. McCulloch j-'reemao. Marrs va. .lotmson Hold. Kcoit va. Clark. 9 Dnico T3. Franklin vs. HHelth. N'olfcn VH. V.'ales. Hhcrihtrd va. O.H.A. Ir.ternitdlate London 7, Sarnla 1, Dur.nvlllo 9, Niagara Falls 2. O.H.A. Junl6r Berlin 4, WOodMock 0. 'Varsity 3, .Hamilton 3. northern Ontario League Elmira 12, Llttowel 5. GOES TO FEDERAL LEAGUE Detroit, Mfch Keb. Joni-s, former oulllfldcr of the Uctrolt Am- erican league learn, and with tr.o Toledo team of the American as- sociation, announced (oflay iliat lie had signed a two-year contract wjtli tho HUslinrg club-la. the I'edcral A Cure For The Drink Habit The Trentment Is rapidly gain Ing recognition as (he Surest am Safest Hcmedy for this greatest of al bad hanlta. ('clients leave the Institute in thrc to five days r.'. the outside abaolulcl. freo from all appetite or