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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1914 THEi.LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE MURPHY A MENACE TO BASEBALL DECLARES BAN JOHNSON American League President Openly Declares War on Chicago Cubs' Boss-Can1! Dove-tail With National League Until Murphy is Eliminated-Strong Talk Chicago, 1H., !-'eb. Amer- IMH league has det-larccl martial declared U. Ji. Johnson. will slop at uQthliig to e'khuEnaic the jtreeeat ruaiiageraer.t of tlio Ctilcago National league club from organized bantbalL It la, to my intnd. essential that President Tener of Uie XuUonal league and Garry Herrmann, prcsi- iler.t of Ihe national commission, be cloihed absolute authority to remove from tho National league any ctub owner held to ue a detriment to the Mr. Johuion, roused by Cbarles W. .Murphy's threat to take legal action RgaluEl 1ilni, broke today the Bile nee lie has malnlalned since ilia Joint lea- conference Hi York, and out lined his plan to tcaiuialt. hetween tlio major leagues the good under- standing wh.ci. be aase-rled, was men- aced hy the present conduct of CuhE. ThB Ataerlcan league, Jie In- timated. :vaa prepared to po to Iho length of changing tne natlonal ieonent or of favoring fornifttton -of another major league. "I am cloLhed ahsolule power by the Aintrksti league to remove any .club owner who IE regarded as a detriment, to the de- clared Mr. Johneon. "The heads of N'atioual should have the Eame i-ower, meeting in New YorV- with Tener, Iferrmaun, Baker, Drej'- fus'and three or four otherc, f told them that it the league could not control this discordant clement here'In Chicago tbal the American league Tvould longer be ahle to dovetail "with their organization. "I told them. tiai'Tener and Hcr- inaEui fihoutd have the power remove'Diiy flub owner "a menace to the. game. .There win be no backward slep 011 the part of- the American league. We are-'-p're- paied to go to any length to gel rid qi thia influence in Chicago.11 Release an Outrage Mr. Johiison the entire base the team ttarU-d on Its training trip. "N'olhlng eoulii be more liannful lo Declared. "Kvors had Just bet-n seJit.south to look over training quarlors, and Lad been com- missioned to sign several players, men whose 1 doubt it Mur- phy could have obtained 'without tlie aEd of Kvors. Then be was dropped at a few days' notice when lie thought perfect good he had a five-year contract OJ course, JOvers dropped in. accordance witii tho provisions of hi a contract, and bo should have knonn what be was s Ing he- signed It. But we do not want that, sort ot thing in ball. We want' perfect confidence between players, owners and public. "Billy Locke the Bijna ture lo Kvers' lontract, and he lo me afterwards aud saTd that ras btaudtng on a trapdoor and didn't ;novv- (t. The aide sRrfleraent attach ed to the contract provided tbat Kr cfi might be dropped at ten days' no- Ire, hut Kvers signed the paper with out reading it. Vi'e can't afford to jet ray Ihe confidence ol a ball player ,n that inanner.: "This !s tlie big: EESUC In basehal now anii not the Federal league. think the Federal league comes to us in disguise. The Am- erican league has set out to see thlB affair through, aud we tvill not falter until It IB Ealitfaciorlljr tettled. The national agreement can be changed at any lime by a majority vole ol the Interested. It does not re- quire unanimous, vote. "As for Murphy's tlreats against me personally they arc mere vapor- Ings. I do.not reply to them, but I indicate by what 1 have eaid how far the American league Is prepared to go. The American league can not 'dovetail with the National league tin- der present conditions." ?.Iurphy iatc to day. said that he had not. heard from'hja la'ivyer In Texar, the subject of the threatened CIS OFF i Gold Watch for Mr. John Slevenson on Saturday world was in.ilignant that Svers be droiipcd a few days before EXCESSIVE DEMANDS BY GIB- BONS AND PACKEY GIV- EN AS REASON FOR ACTION A party thirty fat done io a very enjoyabif tanquH on Saturday evening at the Alexandra on which Mr. John SlevemioB, vices to item at of Hardicville, was presented with a pioRram was n-jowellfa gold huntins levp: vatch o! those present: ait ii'.ood, we are to say tt.al the manner in which you have dealt with tl.p students of thi; .rtiirihg class, evinces the tact that js'ou are lapjble of allowlr.g yo'-.r bet- itrr nat'jir to assert itself. Receive then these small tiAnis. which maLiiest in a alight degree, the esteem v.hkh we hold'lor, you. In closing, we sii.rerely >ou will continue i-.i jour instruction ol mininp aiid lh.it perity may always bf loujid in Ihe paths of both I'ou al-d on behalf ot the students of the tiinicr class, .Alexander Muir, Joseph MiUer. Mr. SieveLsun in a very feeling manner thanked tbe students for Iheir splendid gilts on behali ol >Jts. Stevenson and hihisrlt, intimating I hat a. further appreciation oi what he had done would be that their cora- bir.ed eflorls would materially assist them in (uture ar.d onerinj his ser- tirr.e. The lul- bv Have You Dyspepsia? CAN'T "EAT SLEEP AU WAYS IN PAIN AND SUFFERING You Physician Says Thli luJipeatiuo and practically all lorms o[ Blouacb trouble are. in al- most every instance. due to hyper- aclility. Too much acid first produces pepsia and Indigestion; next the- storuaef] o-alla become irritated and It h only a short time until it eats through tlie caualajr ulcers iu rhe abdomen, Khtcb In turn are fol- lowed by caneer a'ud death; theretore stomach aro required to avoid eating food thai fs acid in its nature, or by chemical action iar.il also a silver buHei Jish to Mrs.' Chairman s John Stevenson, each presmt being ScottamJ suitably eagtaveii, flora tbe students encore s0n5, l.autte." of Xo. 6 mine class. At Ihe cocclu-1 Joseph Miller-Hecitation. Tarn o' sion nt the s-Jpper, ivhkb was heart- encore, tecitalioii, Man was ilv enjoved by all, Mr. liohert Ltv- to Mourn. who in a veiy efficient man-! Andrew Queen-Song. "The Old ner acted as chairman', tliea Know) encore, "Good-bye Chicago. Feb. I'ackev suitably ragta'-.-, _ McKarland aDJ Mike (iibbcms failed of Xo. 6 mine class. At Ihe cor-clu- Tarn to live up to their original agreement nt the tappet, ivhkh was learl- _encore, ttcilalioi of dividing 5D per cent, of the re-" ceipls their proposed ten round con- test, scheduled for York on Ml the gathering, stating tbat he felt it a privilege and nor.br to be chair- HE WILL NOT RESIGN. CHARLES asVed he had to say of the action of the National Democratic Society at New York In demanding LIs resignation, Charles Murphy tald: "I am still head ol Tam- many Hall." Slarch 9, has beru declared ofi by Promoter Oibsoa ul Ibe Fairmont uu. man on such an occasion as this. He Some "inside information" concern-! commended the students lor their lo- ng the makh became public proper- i illative, in lo become ly when it was learned 1'romoter Irriore lar.iiliar with' the various cura- Ciibson had bungled things up con-'pl" problems uf mining, knowing HOCKEY Standing Toronto CanadienE Ottawa. Quebec Ontarloc Wanderers W. 10 10 9 B L. 5 5 6 7 11 11 Goals F. 72 67 52 76 -49 .60 3. against Johnson.' He reiterated, how .Vver, tliat tiie suit would bo filed. EDDIE PLANK IS A HOLDOUT Htro of World's Seri-.s" In- NORWEGIAN SKATER WINS WORLD'S TITLE Christiana, Feb. Jlalh- create of Pay from Athletics fieson, the Norwegian champion, tiie skating championship of I'lank, tlio .lictc of tlie dual game ot last year's u-orltl'B sertes, wtien he let N'ew York down wltb only two hlta, liiij returned his unsigned contract to Connie .Mack, manager of the cham- liioa Athletics. veteran 'was offered tamo, salary, as last year, but ho uants an Iticreaee. All tho other Athletics tinvo signed. the at the International meeting at Grogner, near Cnrtstianta on Saturday and Sunday. Mathieson captured the 500 meters in 477-10 seconds; the 1500 meters in 2 minutes 26 1-10 sec- onds, and the 5000 meters in 9 mla- ulen 203-5 seconds. Tho HuEsSan Ipuolitoiv tlie meters in seconds. 18 minutes 203-5 O.H.A. Senior T.R. t- A.A. 4, T.R.C. 3. Exhibitloill 'Varsity Girlt I; ColltgUtt Qlrfs" 1 Collejlale 4, Strathcona High 4.' Current 7, Medicine1 Hat S. Winnipeg Vies 14, New Edinburgh Owen" Sound 9, Port McNIcoll 7, SarnTa i i, C.C. 2.' Northern Ontario League Wingham 11, Lucknow 5. Intercollegiate Toronto 'Varsity 5, Unlvenity School 2. siderably in arracgio? the match. Thiry, McKarland's manager, ast eight racket- demanded rdore- money thau the original Kiuse be'Irarued that- Gibbons also -as tp riceive mote. U appears that Promoter Gibson ad rcade an eflort to satisfy each ighfer quietly without letting either, linqw tie ariangmejit niaie to take care of opponeut financially. Thiry also said that the original offer was not 50 per as announced when was closed. According to McFarbjid's manager each fighter was suaranteed S7.5DO, vith a of 35 per cent. 01 ilx gate. well tbat such knowledge tended to efficiency and also to the Kelfue- and safety ot concerned in mining. Mr. Robeit Livingstone then referred lo the sterllcf qualities ol 3li. Kteven- aon aM called on Mr. John Living- stone to read the follow in 5 addiess, after which he presented Mr. Sfevea- son the gifts his studrnis Mr. Jobn Ettvenson Dear your IrienJs and stu- dents ot '.he rhming class held at Hardferille, to manifest the kicti which we hold for you. And aS.the- lectuies (or the class are now completed, we think it is an opportune tlrno to eiptess our appre- ciation o! escellent manner in which you riaTt discharged your dut- ies ss lo the students of this mining class. We admire you for the way that every mining problem you brought be- I lore, the, students ot the class, as ev- it heart. K. W. HonaU-Becitatioa, Selection om K Spline. .Joseph "Tl.c Wee Ihackil Moose." Charles "I'm Long- ing tor the Bear Old Hone." Dur.can "Tha Star ol Robbie eacore, "My Leaves the Harbor Tomorrow." Anthonv- ol (he Earth." This waa the last item on the. pfo- in the stomach develops aelility. Un- fortur.ately. such a rule eliminates most foods which are pleasant to the taste as well as these whlcb are rich In blood, flesh and nerve building pro perties. This Eg tha reason why Ors- peptlcs and stomach sufferers art usually so lacking in that vital enerty which can only come from a well-fed body. For the benefit of those suffer- era who have been obliged to exclude from their diet all starchy sweet or fatty food, unil are trying to keep up i miserable existence oa gluten pro- ucu; 1 would suggest that you try a meal of any food or fooda which jou may like in moderate amount, talcing minediatcly afterwards a teaspoonfnl i( bisuraled magnesia in a little hot or :old water. This will neutralize afiy icid which may be present, or which may be formed, and Instead ol the usual feeling of uneasiness and full- iGet, you will flnd that your food .grcea idlh you perfectly. Blsurated naenesit li douhtlesi the. best food and antadd known- Drugt only upcet the stomach. mtfneiEa hai no direct action otrtht A role ol thanks then Btomtch; but by n tendered to Mr. Robert Livingstone, who had acled so ably as chairman, ip which all present heartily joined. This concluded very enjoyable 'even- ing long to he remembered by thosB present. Tns entire" patty. we're, ihen the quests ol Mr. John Livingstone at Starland, which was thoroughly enjoyed hy all. WIN FANS WILL (SET SERIES OF HOCKEY GAMES ON SCHEDULE MEMBERS OF TORONTO.'Y.M.C.A. SHOW THEIR HEELS TO COMPETITORS To our uiiuiy Customers mid Friends: I'lonse (akc notice that on nnd after rebniary 1914, we Uie nmlcr- .sltfncfl Wholesale Dcailcrs o[ (his have decided (o do a Strictly CASH business. Phone orders to be sent COLLECT on only and monthly ac- counts will he discontinued. The Hudson's liay Co. The C. C. Piigniielo Wine Spiv.U Co, J. H. Keuler. Lethbridfje Wine and Spirit Co. Wholesalers Ltd. Baltimore, Md., Feb. joint annual indoor alhlclie meet 'of John Hopkins uaivcrsity and Filth Ilcji- mcut Maryland National Guard, here Saturday night, brought togcther-lho argcst ar.d hesl field of contenders hat have ever competed in" these Drock, of Canada, scored in tho me mite relay race and SSO-yard open landicap. one mile relay race was voa by Toronto Y.M.C.A. (Trcssi iter, lifock, Tail, Phillips) frpni Car isle Indians (Sauirrels, Corint, Flen- itt, Time, 3 minutes' 2-5 seconds. Toronto allowed the Indians yards' handicap and won by five, yards. in the S80 'yards open handicap, Cooke, of University ol Virginia (four won second, Tressldcr, To- ronto Y.M.C.A. (five Ihird, Wilson, Hallimoro Y.M.C.A. (three 3.J5. University of Virginia iron the meet, scoring 110 points, Georgetown second with 12 and John Hopkins third wilh six points. Fcrnie, Feb. letter was re- in Fernie from the sporting Jitor of the Lethbridge Herald ask- 'ng the local baseball tcthusiasts as to 'Jhe. probability ol rernie supplying a professional club o compete in proposed Crows Kfst baseball leagiie, embraces the irincipal towns between Xelson ant Lethbridge, inclusive. Manager Clar- the is Ewling ou! opinion of the local enthusiasts with vien- to calling a ir.eeting in ihe'near future to decide what ac- tion Fernie will take in this matter HOIMCRY SE1UES A series Of five games.ot hociey for the Ilerchmtr !B.be played be- twten Ctaniirook and Fcrnie. Ihe firs to (ake place on Tuesday- the 17th Arrangements are being 'made to have Dlairmbre participate with a view- to decide the championship of the Crbivs Xcsl Pass. Ulairmore is lo CALIFORNIA ATHLETES Sydney, Australia, Feb. forala athletes on Saturday won five ol tho -eluhl championships of the N'ew South Wales athletic meet. George, L. 'Parker, California sprinter, captured tha 100 and j lo- ry-thing was sketched and explained i 5'ard dashes; Ruric Templelon, Olyin n such a way by you that every dub, San the polo tudtnt was able'to grasp very eas-1 vault: Reginald Caughey ot Callfor ly'evejl'.'.import.ant point of the I nla the shot-putting contest, and Teni iroblems solved by. the instructor, [pleton the 120-yard hurdles. Jimmy As the labors ot an instructor tend Powers ol the Boston A.A. won the at times to piece item in an unpleas- mile run. Dc >cld- ty of the food and thiit re- moving the of Uie acid IrriU- Uon -which the delicate stomach lining. It doec than could be.done by an'? As a pbysiclan 1 belleVe In thtuaft'of medlctno whenever neceiBAryi but I In- irith. cannot see the nenae o flamed and irritated stomach drugs of getting rid ot the acid cause of all the Get a little bburatad .from druggist, eat what you want at your next meal, take Borne, of magneela an directed abort, aid you will find you ileep well belching gas, sour ttomach, bloatinr. indigestion and other II rely removed." A new world's record wn at New York on Saturday for thft 28- pound thot put. Patrick niade 36ft. play a return match in Kernie on Thursday 19th to the game filaycd in Blairraore on Ibe llih. CURLED NEW RULE FOR GOLF HANDICAPS Base Rating on PFayers With Chicago, III.. Feb. for the official rating of tho .Weilern Goif will be computed by a new system this year, it 'was an- nounced by Secretary n. n. Stone, ho today issued a call for reports on IOT; mark players! lie has naked tho commlllcej of tho various chibjs to compare their players with eome well known golfer who has figured prom Inentlr In open, tournaments, If, tor example, Warren k. YVobrl believed lo bo five strokes better than Ihe cli'b'merhber sclteted and Ihe 'western amateur champion rul- ing ill Eoralch, Ihen Ihe player select- ed will ho given fin allowance of five. By compiling a list of ihh kind, western golf offlclaln to mini mir.c tho dlFfictilly often experienced at Ihe teo when players Iho first lime and want lo-'compel'e. Such players fan he intelligently iimler tho sysiem. LOCAL COMPETITION There were io games In tho local competition last ntght at the curling ring, Ihe tee being loo sofL arc heller today, and the games scheduled for tonight are BS 7 p.m. Boyd vs. X. T. Macleod. Bruco vs. Wales. Franklin is. Shepherd. Wm. Scott vs. Stacey. 9 p.m. Hugli Scott vs. Nimmons. Simpson vs. Stewart, Robinson Tleld.' n. ft. Mncleod VB. Davldjon. Out of It Here The scores made by the local curl- ers in the deferred points competition of Fernie will not, tn ill probability, then] in tho Jewelry class, It Is rneit. At Taber and other' points the scores made here have been bentcn. HE MODERN CARPET Him Kolehmainen wat cfefexted hy W. J. Cramer In a two milt scratch at York on Saturday. t f> START BOYCOTT ON CUBS tf .J Chicago, 111., Feb. f-r movement against patronizing ft Iho Cuba was heavn today by followers of busebill who havo been aroused by the charge of Johnny More than 150 employees mem- bers of Ihe Board of Trade signed a petition lo 'r-rmflno ft their support of "our national ff gaMo" to the American Federal league s, C- rt THERE are few whodo not know the itory of the wonderful carpet on which the owner hid but to sit, wish to be at tome place and, lo I immediately he found himself there. Same ifenU of thii mrore would be apprtciiltd by mtnjr a manulacturcr in jompinj the deinind for product. into l thouiind- places, a thousand miles awiy (ram his factory. Apparently to such man there it no meini of "fertkii thtte" and pUcini his name and his foods into that territory, except by slow, laborious Vit-by-bit acqutintinci- mouth-to-mouth tettlmoniali. But he hat orerlooked the modern Carptt of It is Newspaper Advertising. Fincifull you My? Did you ever' fwar of Edwardi1 the fenia! old cook Yrha Eormt mark jumptd riikt Ireland to a placn in Cuiii in t of liear Oiu? The "Vrtw wk< for thii Htfpti prtr nifht, 11 it WITI, from a trull town in Ontario to ptaericaHy. etery- town snd Yilltfc in Canidi. SuniJuitt (abn adraDlaft of this Mtfcra Carprt tf TO THE MANUFACTURERS OF CANADA If you have a name and a product ttut yon with placed in demand throughout it, taft at once o! trie modern carpc.t of tttmftftr Adrertiiini. ;